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Our “Tribes of Ireland” book is coming out at the end of next month and we are “locking down” our readers names to make sure we include all of your ancestor names for publication.
Armstrong, Atkinson, Blackie, Caulfield, Clarke, Crozier, Davitt, Devine, Donnelly, Doyle, Eldon, Finnegan, Flanagan, Gamble, Gibson, Gilbonney, Gillon, Gilpin, Gregory, Haddock, Hamilton, Hinton, Hughes, Irwin, Johnston, Keady, Keenan, Lonsdale, MacTavish, Magee, Martin, McArdle, McCalla, McCann, McCarron, McCartin, McConnell, McConville, McCrum, McDonald, McGrann, McGwin, McIllenden, McKee, McQuade, Moore, Morrow, O’Brien, Oliver, O’Neil, O’Neill, Quinn, Reynolds, Smyth, Toner, Traynor, Vallely, Wilson, Winters, Woods
Here is a shot of the Eamhain Macha – or Navan Fort – which gives Armagh its name. Located just outside the City of Armagh.
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