Ireland History Genealogy 400 Vintage “Out of Print” Rare Books 3 DVDs

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Ireland History Genealogy 400 Vintage “Out of Print” Rare Books 3 DVDs

This CD is designed to work on most computer operating systems, including the MAC.

Here are some samples of the books you will get on the dvds 

These are full version rare books… Very readable even though pages are yellowed. see photos from the ebooks below!! If you are wonder why I only have 300 below and 400 on the dvds… well several of the books have more than one volume listed..it is only 3 dvds

 If you have ancestors from Ireland or you are a historian then this DVDs is a real treat, the reference library on these DVDs is invaluable. This is a must have for your family tree search or your reference on Irish relatives. you get 400 books cause there are several volumes of some books. 

  1. A Catalogue of Graduates who have Proceeded to Degrees in the University of Dublin Volume 2 – Author, Trinity College – (1869) – 214 pages
  2. A Catalogue of Graduates who have Proceeded to Degrees in the University of Dublin Volume 1 – Author, Trinity College – (1869) – 742 pages
  3. A Compendium of Irish Biography: comprising sketches of distinguished Irishmen, and of eminent persons connected with Ireland by office or by their writings by Alfred Webb – (1878) – 628 pages
  4. A complete body of heraldry: containing, an historical enquiry into the origin of armories, and the rise and progress of heraldry, considered asa science … The proper methods of blazoning and marshalling armorial bearings … The arms, quarterings, crests, supporters, and mottos, of all sovereign princes and states; as also the atchievements of the peers, peeresses, and baronets, of England, Scotland, and Ireland. An historical catalogue of all the differentorders of knighthood … The arms of the counties, cities, boroughs, and towns corporate, in England and Wales; and of the abbies and religious houses founded therein: as also those of the royal boroughs in Scotland; and of the societies, bodies corporate, trading companies, &c. in London. The arms of archiepiscopal and episcopal sees in England and Ireland, and of those heretofore established in Scotland … A discourse on the origin, use, and abuse, of funeral trophies. Glover’s Ordinary of arms, augm. and improved; an alphabet of arms, containing upwards of fifty thousand coats, with their crests, &c. and a copious glossary, explaining all the technical terms used in heraldry .. (1780) volume 1 -534 pages
  5. A complete body of heraldry: containing, an historical enquiry into the origin of armories, and the rise and progress of heraldry, considered asa science … The proper methods of blazoning and marshalling armorial bearings … The arms, quarterings, crests, supporters, and mottos, of all sovereign princes and states; as also the atchievements of the peers, peeresses, and baronets, of England, Scotland, and Ireland. An historical catalogue of all the differentorders of knighthood … The arms of the counties, cities, boroughs, and towns corporate, in England and Wales; and of the abbies and religious houses founded therein: as also those of the royal boroughs in Scotland; and of the societies, bodies corporate, trading companies, &c. in London. The arms of archiepiscopal and episcopal sees in England and Ireland, and of those heretofore established in Scotland … A discourse on the origin, use, and abuse, of funeral trophies. Glover’s Ordinary of arms, augm. and improved; an alphabet of arms, containing upwards of fifty thousand coats, with their crests, &c. and a copious glossary, explaining all the technical terms used in heraldry .. (1780) volume 2 -532 pages
  6. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, enjoying territorial possessions or high official rank; but univested with heritable honours – Volumes 1 thru 4 – by John Burke – (1835)
  7. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Ireland Volume 1 by Sir Bernard Burke & Arthur Charles Fox-Davies – (1912) – 936 pages
  8. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Ireland Volume 2 by Sir Bernard Burke & Arthur Charles Fox-Davies – (1912) – 1236 pages
  9. A Guide to Books on Ireland – by Stephen Brown – (1912) – 394 pages
  10. A Historie of Ireland, written in the yeare 1571 by Edmund Campion – (1809) – 252 pages
  11. A History and Genealogy of the Family of Bailie of North of Ireland, in part, including the parish of Duneane by George Alexander Bailie – (1902) – 120 pages
  12. A History of Ireland in the lives of Irishmen, Volumes 1 by James Will – (1847) -518 pages
  13. A History of Ireland in the lives of Irishmen, Volumes 3 by James Will – (1847) -488 pages
  14. A History of Ireland in the lives of Irishmen, Volumes 5 by James Will – (1847) -505 pages
  15. A History of Ireland in the lives of Irishmen, Volumes 6 by James Will – (1847) -504 pages
  16. Lives of illustrious and distinguished Irishmen, from the earliest times to the present period, arranged in chronological order, and embodying a history of Ireland in the lives of Irishmen (1847) Volume 1, 518 pages
  17. Lives of illustrious and distinguished Irishmen, from the earliest times to the present period, arranged in chronological order, and embodying a history of Ireland in the lives of Irishmen (1847) Volume 2, 474 pages
  18. Lives of illustrious and distinguished Irishmen, from the earliest times to the present period, arranged in chronological order, and embodying a history of Ireland in the lives of Irishmen (1847) Volume 3, 490 pages
  19. Lives of illustrious and distinguished Irishmen, from the earliest times to the present period, arranged in chronological order, and embodying a history of Ireland in the lives of Irishmen (1847) Volume 4, 518 pages
  20. Lives of illustrious and distinguished Irishmen, from the earliest times to the present period, arranged in chronological order, and embodying a history of Ireland in the lives of Irishmen (1847) Volume 5, 504 pages
  21. Lives of illustrious and distinguished Irishmen, from the earliest times to the present period, arranged in chronological order, and embodying a history of Ireland in the lives of Irishmen (1847) Volume 6, 514 pages
  22. A History of Ireland in the nineteenth century : being a supplement to Haverty’s History of Ireland by Dillon Cosgrave – (1906) – 162 pages
  23. A History of Presbyterianism in Dublin and the south and west of Ireland by Clarke Houston Irwin – (1890) – 388 pages
  24. A history of the city of Dublin (1854) Volume 1 – 464 pages
  25. A history of the city of Dublin (1854) Volume 2 – 390 pages
  26. A history of the city of Dublin (1854) Volume 3 – 408 pages
  27. A History of the County Dublin; the people, parishes and antiquities from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century, Part 1 by Francis F. Ball- (1902) -162 pages
  28. A History of the County Dublin; the people, parishes and antiquities from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century, Part 2 by Francis F. Ball- (1902) -178 pages
  29. A History of the County Dublin; the people, parishes and antiquities from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century, Part 3 by Francis F. Ball- (1902) -164 pages
  30. A History of the County Dublin; the people, parishes and antiquities from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century, Part 5 by Francis F. Ball- (1902) -240 pages
  31. A History of the County Dublin; the people, parishes and antiquities from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century, Part 6 by Francis F. Ball- (1902) -236 pages
  32. A History of the Irish Settlers in North America, from the earliest period to the census of 1850 by Thomas D’Arcy McGee – (1851) – 252 pages
  33. A History of the Royal Dublin society by Henry Fitz-Patrick Berry – (1915) – 570 pages
  34. A Political Index to the Histories of Great Britain & Ireland; or, A complete register of the hereditary honours, public offices, and persons in office, from the earliest periods to the present time Volume 1 by Robert Beatson – (1806) – 508 pages
  35. A Political Index to the Histories of Great Britain & Ireland; or, A complete register of the hereditary honours, public offices, and persons in office, from the earliest periods to the present time Volume 2 by Robert Beatson – (1806) – 458 pages
  36. A Record of the Descendants of John Alexander, of Lanarkshire, Scotland, and his wife, Margaret Glasson, who emigrated from county Armagh, Ireland, to Chester County, Pennsylvania, A. D. 1736 by John E. Alexander – (1878) – 242 pages
  37. A Record of the Families of Robert Patterson (the elder). emigrant from Ireland to America, 1774; Thomas Ewing, from Ireland, 1718; and Louis Du Bois, from France, 1660; connected by the marriage of Uriah Du Bois with Martha Patterson, 1798. Part first, containing the Patterson lineage by William E. Du Bois – (1847) – 118 pages
  38. A Record of the Searight Family : (also written Seawright) : established in America by William Seawright, who came from near Londonderry, in the north of Ireland, to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, about 1740 : with an account of his descendants as far as can be ascertained by James A. Searight – (1893) – 248 pages
  39. A Short Guide to the Principal Classes of Coduments Preserved in the Public Record Office, Dublin by Robert H. Murray – (1919) – 72 pages
  40. A Short History of Ireland from the Earliest times to 1608 by P.W. Joyce – (1893) – 612 pages
  41. Account roll of the Priory of the Holy Trinity, Dublin, 1337-1346, with the middle English moral play “The pride of life” from the original in the Christ church collection in the public record office, Dublin – (1891) – 278 pages
  42. An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Arms Belonging to Families in Great Britain and Ireland : forming an extensive ordinary of British armorials, Volumes 1 & 2 by John Woody Papworth – (1874) – 1125 pages
  43. An Ancient Irish Parish Past and Present, being the parish of Donaghmore, county Down by Joseph Davidson Cowan – (1914) – 428 pages
  44. An Authentic History of Ireland, and its people by Michael McAlister – (1880) – 376 pages
  45. An Historical Account of the Macdonnells of Antrim : including notices of some other septs, Irish and Scottish by George Hill – (1873) – 534 pages
  46. An Inquiry Concerning the Primitive Inhabitants of Ireland by Thomas Wood – (1821) – 322 pages
  47. An Ulsterman for Ireland; being letters to the protestant farmers, labourers, and artisans of the North of Ireland by John Mitchel – (1917) – 62 pages
  48. Ancient Irish Deeds and Writings: chiefly relating to landed property, from the twelfth to the seventeenth century by James Hardiman – (1826) – 106 pages
  49. Ancient Laws and Institutes of Ireland Volume 1 (1865) -400 pages
  50. Ancient Laws and Institutes of Ireland Volume 3 (1865) -400 pages
  51. Ancient Laws and Institutes of Ireland Volume 4 (1865) -666 pages
  52. Ancient laws of Ireland: Uraicect becc and certain other selected Brehon law Volume 5
  53. Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland – Volumes 1 by Michael O’Cleary – (1856)-648 pages
  54. Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland – Volumes 2 by Michael O’Cleary – (1856)-646 pages
  55. Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland – Volumes 3 by Michael O’Cleary – (1856)-672 pages
  56. Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland – Volumes 4 by Michael O’Cleary – (1856)-620 pages
  57. Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland – Volumes 5 by Michael O’Cleary – (1856)-634 pages
  58. Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland – Volumes 6 by Michael O’Cleary – (1856)-638 pages
  59. Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland – Volumes 7 by Michael O’Cleary – (1856)-420 pages
  60. Armagh Clergy and Parishes : being an account of the clergy of the Church of Ireland in the Diocese of Armagh, from the earilest period, with historical notices of the several parishes, churches, &c by James B. Leslie – (1911) – 512 pages
  61. Ballybay Moffetts, a Brief History of the Crievagh House, Ballybay, County Monaghan, Ireland, branch of the Moffett family by George Moffett – (1908) – 134 pages
  62. Biographia Britannica literaria; or, Biography of literary characters of Great Britain and Ireland Volume 1 by Thomas Wright – (1842) – 576 pages
  63. Biographia Britannica literaria; or, Biography of literary characters of Great Britain and Ireland Volume 2 by Thomas Wright – (1842) – 528 pages
  64. Biographical History of the American Irish in Chicago by Charles French – (1897) – 852 pages
  65. Biographical Sketches of Ancient Irish Saints, etc by Hubert McLaughlin – (1874) – 272 pages
  66. Bolton Families in Ireland, by Charles Knowles Bolton- 1937 – 162 pages
  67. Brief Account of Family of Robert and Susan Everett Massey, of Gorey, Ireland by Robert R. Massey – (1912) – 36 pages
  68. Brief History and a Complete Record of the American Descendants of John and Mary Smith : who lived and died in county Derry, Ireland by Sarah Wilson Smith – (1892) – 104 pages
  69. Calendar of Ancient Records of Dublin : in the possession of the municipal corporation of that city – Volumes 1,2,4,7,11,12,13,16, 18 by Sir John Thomas Gilbert – (1889)
  70. Calendar of the Judiciary rolls, or, Proceedings in the Court of the Justiciar of Ireland preserved in the Public record office of Ireland Volume 1-3 – (1905)
  71. Celtic Ireland by Sophie (Willock) Bryant – (1889) – 300 pages
  72. Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross : taken from diocesan and parish registries, mss. in the principal libraries and public offices of Oxford, Dublin, and London, and from private or family papers Volume 1- 3 – (1864)
  73. Cork, its Trade & Commerce : official handbook of the Cork Incorporated Chamber of Commerce & Shipping : with classified trade indices in English, French & Spanish – (1919)
  74. Court Book of the Liberty of Saint Sepulchre within the jurisdiction of the Archbishop of Dublin, 1586-1590 by Herbert Wood – 124 pages
  75. David and Margaret Mitchell, Emigrants from Ulster, Ireland, to the American colonies in 1763 : an account of their lives with a genealogy of their descendants by James Mitchell – (1907)-496 pages
  76. Dod’s Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage, of Great Britain and Ireland, including all the titled classes by Charles R. Dod – (Volume yr.1918, pt.1)-1136 pages
  77. Dod’s Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage, of Great Britain and Ireland, including all the titled classes by Charles R. Dod – (Volume 1866)-808 pages
  78. Dod’s Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage, of Great Britain and Ireland, including all the titled classes by Charles R. Dod – (Volume 1872)-866 pages
  79. Dod’s Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage, of Great Britain and Ireland, including all the titled classes by Charles R. Dod – (Volume 1915)-1006 pages
  80. Dod’s Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage, of Great Britain and Ireland, including all the titled classes by Charles R. Dod – (Volume yr.1920, pt.1)1112 pages
  81. Dod’s Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage, of Great Britain and Ireland, including all the titled classes by Charles R. Dod – (Volume yr.1920, pt.2)1212 pages
  82. Dublin Castle and the Irish People by R. Barry O’Brien – (1912) – 460 pages
  83. Dublin Explorations and Reflections – (1917) – 302 pages
  84. Dublin, a Historical and Topographical Account of the city by Samuel A. Ossory, Fitzpatrick – (1907) – 420 pages
  85. Dublin, an Historical Sketch of Ireland’s Metropolis by Thomas O. Summers – (1860) – 206 pages
  86. Early Christian Ireland by Eleanor Hull – (1905)-324 pages
  87. Early Christian Missions of Ireland, Scotland, and England by Elizabeth Rundle Charles – (1893) – 440 pages
  88. Early Irish in Old Albany, N.Y., with special mention of Jan Andriessen, “De Iersman Van Dublingh” by Franklin M. Danaher – (1903) – 54 pages
  89. Ecclesiastical History of Ireland – (1898, c1885) – 910 pages
  90. Fairbairn’s Crests of the Leading Families in Great Britain and Ireland and their Kindred in Other Lands by James Fairbairn -(1911) – 772 pages
  91. First Newry (Sandys Street) Presbyterian Congregation, its history and relationships by W. Gordon Strahan – (1904) – 162 pages
  92. Francis Guy’s County and City of Cork Directory – (1875-1876) – 800 pages
  93. Gage Families : John Gage of Ipswich , Thomas Gage of Yarmouth, William Gage of Freetown, Robert Gage of Weston, William Gage of Canada, Gage family of the South, Robert Gage of Ireland by Walker M. Gage – (1922) – 92 pages
  94. Genealogical and Historical Account of the Family of Palmer of Kenmare Co., Kerry, Ireland – (1872) – 40 pages
  95. Genealogy of the descendants of Henry and Jane Simpson Moffett : of Lislea House Lisnadill, County Armagh, Ireland by Linden Byron Moffett – (1916) – 104 pages
  96. Genealogy of the Descendants of James Breakenridge, who emigrated from Ireland, July, 1727 by Cornelia A. Gould – (1887) – 82 pages
  97. Genealogy of the Family of Martin of Ballinahinch Castle in the county of Balway, Ireland by Archer Martin – (1890) – 22 pages
  98. Genealogy of the Greenlee Families : in America, Scotland, Ireland and England : with ancestors of Elizabeth Brooks Greenlee and Emily Brooks Greenlee, also genealogical data on the McDowells of Virginia and Kentucky, Volumes 1 & 2 by Ralph Stebbins Greenlee – (1908)
  99. Genealogy of the Wallace Family : descended from Robert Wallace of Ballymena, Ireland, with an introduction treating of the origin of the name and locations of the early generations in Scotland by John Hankins Wallace – (1902) – 160 pages
  100. Genealogy of the Wilson-Thompson families : being an account of the descendants of John Wilson, of County Antrim, Ireland, whose two sons, John and William, founded homes in Bucks County, and of Elizabeth McGraudy Thompson, who with her four sons came from Ireland and settled in Bucks County about 1740 – (1916) – 418 pages
  101. Genealogy of Welsh History, with chronological data, and a reference to gentry of Wales, England, and Ireland by J. Harris – (1852) – 10 pages
  102. General History of Ireland by Geoffrey Keating – (1861) – 556 pages
  103. Hamilton Memoirs : being historical and genealogical notices of a branch of that family which settled in Ireland in the reign of King James I by Everard Hamilton – (1920) – 168 pages
  104. Handbook to the City of Dublin and the surrounding district – (1908) – 538 pages
  105. Historical Record of the Eighteenth, or the Royal Irish Regiment of Foot by Richard Cannon – (1848) – 142 pages
  106. Historical Record of the fourth or Royal Irish Regiment of Dragoon Guards by Orme Longman – (1839) – 136 pages
  107. Historical Reminiscences of Dublin Castle – (1904) – 134 pages
  108. Historical Sketches of Ireland, ancient and modern by Edward R. Seaver – (1867) – 214 pages
  109. Historical Sketches of Monaghan, from the earliest records to the Fenian movement – (1895) – 152 pages
  110. Historical, the Earliest History and Genealogy, covering nearly three hundred years, from about 1600 to 1891, of the Dinsmoor-Dinsmore family of Scotland, Ireland, and America ; with that of many of their descendants, and additional facts relating to the sixteen first settlers and their families of Londonderry, New Hampshire, who emigrated to America in 1719 ; also, statistics concerning the McKean and Bell families; with a poem, “The heroes of the siege of Londonderry, Ireland, 1688-89” by Leonard Allison Morrison – (1891) – 66 pages
  111. History of Clare and the Dalcassian Clans of Tipperary, Limerick, and Galway … with an ancient and a modern map – (1893) – 424 pages
  112. History of Congregations of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland and Biographical Notices of Eminent Presbyterian Ministers and Laymen, with the Signification of Names of Places by W.D. Killen – (1886) – 314 pages
  113. History of Ireland, Volumes 1 & 2 by John O’Driscol – (1827)
  114. History of Kilsaran Union of Parishes in the County of Louth by James B. Leslie – (1908) – 406 pages
  115. History of Sligo, County and Town, with illustrations from original drawings and plans , Volumes 1 – 3 – (1882) – 1234 pages
  116. History of the Ancient Ryedales, and their descendants in Normandy, Great Britain, Ireland, and America, from 860 to 1884 by G.T. Ridlon – (1884) – 916 pages
  117. History of the Boyd Family and Descendants, with historical sketches of the ancient family of Boyd’s in Scotland from the year 1200, and those of Ireland from the year 1680, with records of their descendants in Kent, New Windsor, Albany, Middletown and Salem, N. Y., Boston, Mass., Northumberland County, Pa., and sketches of those from the southern and western states from 1740 to 1912 by William P Boyd – (1912) – 346 pages
  118. History of The Dublin Catholic Cemeteries by William John Fitzpatrick – (1900) – 276 pages
  119. History of the Irish Presbyterian Church by Thomas Hamilton – (1887) – 232 pages
  120. History, Antiquities, and Present state of the parishes of Ballysadare and Kilvarnet, in the county of Sligo; with notices of the O’Haras, the Coopers, the Percivals, and other local families by Terence O’Rorke – (1878) – 568 pages
    Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania, 1682-1750 : with their early history in Ireland by Albert Cook Myers – (1902) – 572 pages
  121. Index to the Marriage Licence Bonds of the Diocese of Cork and Ross, Ireland, for the Years from 1628-1750, preserved in the Public record office of Ireland by Herbert Webb Gillman – (1896) – 126 pages
  122. Index to the Prerogative Wills of Ireland, 1536-1810 by Arthur Edward Vicars – (1897) – 534 pages
  123. Ireland and Her People; a library of Irish biography, together with a popular history of ancient and modern Erin, to which is added an appendix of copious notes and useful tables; supplemented with a dictionary of proper Names in Irish Mythology, Geography, Genealogy, etc by Thomas W.H. Fitzgerald – Volumes 1 thru 5 – (1909-11)
  124. Ireland and the Celtic Church; a history of Ireland from St. Patrick to the English conquest in 1172 by George Thomas Stokes – (1892) – 370 pages
  125. Ireland by Emily Lawless – (1912) – 448 pages
  126. Ireland by George Fletcher – (1922) – 318 pages
  127. Ireland from A.D. 800 to A.D. 600 by John Ryan (1922) – 302 pages
  128. Ireland in 1839 and 1869 by H.S. Thompson – (1870) – 128 pages
  129. Ireland in Travail by Joyce Mary Nankivell – (1922) – 328 pages
  130. Ireland Since the Union; sketches of Irish history from 1798 to 1886 by Justin H. McCarthy – (1887) – 400 pages
  131. Ireland Under the Normans – Volumes 1 thru 4 – by Goddard Henry Orpen – (1911) – 1,394 pages
  132. Ireland under the Ordinary Law : a record of the agrarian crimes & offences reported in the Dublin Daily Press : for the six months running from 1st October, 1886, to 31st March, 1887 – (1887) – 36 pages
  133. Ireland, her Wit, Peculiarities, and Popular Superstitions, with Anecdotes, Legendary and Characteristic – (n.d.) – 534 pages
    Ireland, Historic and Picturesque by Charles Johnston – (1902) – 458 pages
  134. Ireland, its Saints and Scholars by J.M. Flood – (1917) – 152 pages
  135. Ireland, the People’s History of Ireland – Volumes 1 & 2 by John F. Finerty -(1907)
  136. Ireland: Past, Present and Future by R.R. Jackway – (1859) – 94 pages
  137. Ireland’s Crown of Thorns and Roses by Frank J. Ryan – (1904) – 834 pages
  138. Irish Catholic Directory by the Catholic Church – (1920) – 876 pages
  139. Irish Celts : a Cyclopedia of Race History, containing biographical sketches of more than fifteen hundred distinguished Irish Celts, with a chronological index by James O’Brien – (1884) – 524 pages
  140. Irish Emigration and the Tenure of Land in Ireland by Dufferin and Ava Fredrick – (1867) – 442 pages
  141. Irish Local Names Explained by Patrick Weston Joyce – (1885) – 118 pages
  142. Irish Marriages, being an index to the marriages in Walker’s Hibernian magazine, 1771 to 1812. With an appendix, from the notes of Sir Arthur Vicars … Ulster King of Arms, of the births, marriages, and deaths in the Anthologia Hibernica, 1793 and 1794, Volume 1 & 2 – (1897) – 502 pages
  143. Irish Names of Places by Patrick Weston Joyce – (1869-1913) – Volumes 1-3
  144. Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of the Irish Nation, Volumes 1, 2 by John O’Hart – (1892)
  145. Irish-American History of the United States, Volumes 1 & 2 by John O’Hanlon – (1903) – 682 pages
  146. Irish Rhode Islanders in the American Revolution. With some mention of those serving in the regiments of Elliott, Lippitt, Topham, Crary, Angell, Olney, Greene, and other noted commanders by Thomas Hamilton Murray – (1903) – 106 pages
  147. Isaac Greene, a Lancashire Lawyer of the 18th Century, with the Diary of Ireland Greene (Mrs. Ireland Blackburne of Hale) 1748-9 by Ronald Stewart-Brown – (1921) – 112 pages
  148. Jones Family in Ireland ; a chapter of hitherto unwritten genealogical history, with a slight sketch of their time by Robert Leech – (1886) – 108 pages
  149. Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society – (1892) – 606 pages
  150. Journal of the Waterford & South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society – (1895) – 100 pages
  151. Landlords and Tenants in Ireland by Finlay Dun – (1881) – 308 pages
  152. Leabhar Chlainne Suibhne, an account of the MacSweeney families in Ireland, with pedigrees by Paul Walsh – (1920) – 222 pages
  153. Life in Old Dublin, Historical Associations of Cook Street, three centuries of Dublin printing, reminiscences of a great tribune by James Collins – (1913) – 228 pages
  154. Life in the West of Ireland by Jack Butler Yeats – (1912) – 132 pages
  155. Map of Prospect Cemetery, Glasnevin, County Dublin, Ireland : indicating burial places of noted persons and communities and containing some illustrations by Glasnevin Cemetery – (1904) – 64 pages
  156. Military History of the Irish Nation: comprising a memoir of the Irish brigade in the service of France : with an appendix of official papers relative to the brigade, from the archives at Paris by Matthew O’Conner – (1845) – 444 pages
  157. Minnis Family of Ireland and America by Elizabeth Austin – (1913) – 198 pages
  158. Miscellany of the Celtic society – (1849) – 496 pages
  159. New Ireland by A.M. Sullivan – (1878) – 535 pages
  160. Notes and Documents relating to the family of Loffroy, of Cambray prior to 1587, of Canterbury 1587-1779, now chiefly represented by the families of Lefroy of Carriglas, Co. Longford, Ireland, and of Itchel, Hants, with branches in Australia and Canada being a contribution to the history of foreign Protestant refugees by John Henry Lefroy – (1868) – 334 pages
  161. Notices of the Ellises of England, Scotland and Ireland, from the conquest to the prsent time : including the families of Alis, Fitz-Elys, Helles, etc. by William Smith Ellis – (1866) – 750 pages
  162. Obituary Prior to 1800 (as far as relates to England, Scotland, and Ireland) Volume1,3,44,45,46,47,48,49 by William Musgrave – (1899-1901)
  163. Old Irish life by J.M. Callwell – (1912) – 380 pages
  164. On the History and Antiquities of the Parish of Dunmore by Rev. J. Neary – (1913) – 42 pages
  165. Paddiana, or, Scraps and sketches of Irish life, present and past Volumes 1 & 2, by Adam Blenkinsop – (1847) – 590 pages
  166. Pagan Ireland by Eleanor Hull – (1923) – 264 pages
  167. Peasant Proprietary in Ireland, a Rejoinder by Richard J. Kelly – (1886) – 28 pages
  168. Pictures from Ireland by Henry Arthur Blake – (1888) – 224 pages
  169. Picturesque Scenery in Ireland by Thomas Creswick – (1881) – 184 pages
  170. Pioneer Irish of Onondaga (about 1776-1847) by Theresa Bannan – (1911) – 364 pages
  171. Prehistoric Ireland, a Manual of Irish Pre-Christian Archaeology by Patrick Power – (n.d.) – 104 pages
  172. Priests and People in Ireland by Michael J.F. McCarthy – (1902) – 716 pages
  173. Priests and People in Ireland with Latest Statistics by Michael J. McCarthy – (1914) – 650 pages
  174. Recollections of Dublin Castle and of Dublin society – (1902) – 316 pages
  175. Record of the Smith family descended from John Smith, born 1655 in county Monaghan, Ireland by Joseph Smith Harris – (1906) – 286 pages
  176. Records of the General Synod of Ulster, from 1691 to 1820, Volumes 1-3, by the Presbyterian Church in Ireland – (1890-1898) – 1745 pages
  177. Records of the Tercentenary Festival of Dublin University held 5th to 8th July, 1892 by Trinity College – (1892) – 350 pages
    Records Relating to the Dioceses of Ardagh and Clonmacnoise – (1886) – 430 pages
  178. Register of Wills and Inventories of the Diocese of Dublin in the time of Archbishops Tregury and Walton, 1457-1483 : from the original manuscript in the library of Trinity College, Dublin – (1898) – 346 pages
  179. Registers of the French Church of Portarlington, Ireland. Ed. by Thomas Philip Le Fanu – (1908) – 208 pages
  180. Roscommon Soldiers who Died in World War I by Irish Connection Family History Research Group – (n.d.) – 32 pages
  181. Royal Book of Crests of Great Britain and Ireland, Dominion of Canada, India and Australasia : derived from best authorities and family records, Volumes 1 & 2 by James Fairbairn – (1883) – 1,010 pages
  182. Scandinavian Relations with Ireland During the Viking Period by A. Walsh – (1922) – 100 pages
  183. Scotch Irish Pioneers in Ulster and America by Charles K. Bolton – (1910) – 418 pages
  184. Scotch-Irish in New England by Arthur Latham Perry – (1896) – 62 pages
  185. Searches into the History of the Gillman or Gilman Family, including the various branches in England, Ireland, America and Belgium Volume 1 & 2 by Alexander Gillman – (1895)
  186. Short Sketch of the History of the Parish Church of St. John the Evangelist, Killowen, Coleraine by D. MacLaughlin – (1900) – 50 pages
  187. Sketches of Celebrated Irishmen, Irish character, etc by Henry Giles – (1896) – 402 pages
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