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A little book of Irish family names
|Statement||Ida Grehan ; illustrated by Clare Williams.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
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Intertwining history, genealogy, and myth, with delightful illustrations of each family's shield, A Little Book of Irish Family Names comes alive with the legendary story-telling skills of the : Ida Grehan. A little book of Irish family names Item Preview remove-circle Profiles fifty-six Irish surnames from Ahearne to Walsh, discussing the meaning, origin, and history of each name.
Includes illustrations of each family Pages: This book contains two main sections. The first gives us a list of first names currently in use in Ireland and their history and meaning.
It is moderately thorough, and contains a number of names which are not Celtic in their roots/5(4). Get this from a library. A little book of Irish family names. [Ida Grehan] -- Profiles fifty-six Irish surnames from Ahearne to Walsh, discussing the meaning, origin, and history of each name.
Includes illustrations of each family. The Complete Book of Irish Family Names by Michael C. O'Laughlin. Publication date Topics General, Genealogy, Ireland, Names, Irish, Names, Personal, Reference / Genealogy, Reference Publisher Irish Pages: A magnificent world class illustration of Irish Family History, this book is the culmination of 4 decades of research by the I.G.F.
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This book traces the origins of the Irish people from pre-history up to the present day, focusing on place names and surnames. It looks at of the most common Irish names and is illustrated with photographs, coats of arms and clan tartans.
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