A Genealogical History of the Dunlevy Family: Don-Levi, Donlevy, Dunleavy, Dunlavey, Dunlevey, Etc

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Evans Printing Company, 1901 - 335 pages
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Enlightening Irish / English information for those related to the Ray family (and many others) of Ohio, USA. Douglas Scott Trickey (b 1950-)

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My grandmothers maiden name is margaret dunlevy, she was born and raised in monongahela,washington county pa. Her father was charles avery dunlevy
And his father was charles L dunlevy. Charles
father was bart who was born to andrew(1795 birth). If it wasn't for this book I would have never known I was a descendant of mary barton. I thank you 



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