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Mary Ann Lyons
The Proclamations of Ireland, 1660-1820: George III, Part 1: 1760-90 4
By: James Kelly , Mary Ann Lyons
31 Dec 2013 - Irish Manuscripts Commission
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The Proclamations of Ireland, 1660-1820: James II, 1685-91: William and Mary, 1689-1702; Anne, 1702-14 2
The Proclamations of Ireland, 1660-1820: George I, 1714-27 and George II, 1727-60 3
The Proclamations of Ireland, 1660-1820: Charles II, 1660-85 1
The Proclamations of Ireland, 1660-1820: George III, Part 2: 1791-1820 5
By: Michael Farry , Mary Ann Lyons , Daithi O Corrain
16 Oct 2012 - Four Courts Press Ltd
Irish Migration to Europe 1601-1789
By: Thomas O'Connor , Mary Ann Lyons
01 Mar 2002 - Four Courts Press Ltd
A Guide to the Sources for Irish Material Culture, 1500 - 1900
By: Toby Barnard , Mary Ann Lyons
01 Jan 2009 - Four Courts Press Ltd
Church of Ireland Records
By: Raymond Refausse , Mary Ann Lyons
01 Jan 2006 - Four Courts Press Ltd
Big Houses and Landed Estates of Ireland: A Research Guide
By: Terence Dooley , Mary Ann Lyons
20 Feb 2007 - Four Courts Press Ltd
Gearoid Og Fitzgerald
By: Mary Ann Lyons
21 Oct 1998 - Dundalgan Press (W.Tempest) Ltd
Death and Dying in Ireland, Britain, and Europe: Historical Perspectives
By: Mary Ann Lyons , Kelly James
06 May 2013 - Irish Academic Press Ltd
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