2 edition of Records of Anglo-Irish families of Ball, compiled from public and private sources found in the catalog.
Records of Anglo-Irish families of Ball, compiled from public and private sources
William Ball Wright
|Statement||By the Rev. William Ball Wright.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||111|
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New York:William Morrow and Company. [This is a general reference indicating sources of original records]. BELL, Robert Bell. The Book of Ulster Surnames. Belfast, Co Down, NI:Blackstaff Press. FALLEY, Margaret Dickson. Irish and Scotch-Irish Ancestral Research: A Guide to the Genealgoical Records, Methods, and Sources in Ireland.
Ussher was one of the first autho William Ball Wright, `The Ussher Memoirs; or, Genealogical Memoirs of the Ussher families in Ireland', compiled from public and private sources online, p.
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Likewise, the families didn't flle the area according to Niall Harringo, they did flee the area, as documented in a several sources. Cite more if necessary.
In the same way, the New York Times was not the only paper which speculated that the Records of Anglo-Irish families of Ball were in retaliation for the northern 'pogroms' of Catholics, this was the general theory at the.
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But my search there, kindly assisted by Mr. Ratcliffe, of that Office, failed to find any such originals. Unfortunately, those in the Formulary book for the most part give only the initial letters of place 1 See Ramsay's Genesis of Lancaster, ii, p.