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County Wexford Genealogy & Family History book on eBay
Posted by: Tara Hawkins (ID *****2044) Date: January 25, 2003 at 11:50:54
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Just found this on eBay and thought someone might be interested.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2703619634&category=1113

"Irish Genealogy & Family History, indexed, maps, coats of arms, illustrated.
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County Wexford Genealogy (Geneology), Family History NOTES and Coats of Arms. Part of the Irish Families Project, it includes the complete 1659 census for Wexford, County Map, complete listing of modern parishes and placenames as well as older place names, plus coats of arms of families in Wexford taken from the Irish Book of Arms. Source section gives you the address and location of records for more research in Ireland. Includes local sources in the county itself. Many families are noted and pinpointed as to location
Among the most numerous families here in the 19th century were Murphy, Murphey, Morchoe, Doyle, Doyel, Walsh, Welsh, Welch, Byrne, Burn, Bierne, Cullen, Cullan, Callen, Kavanagh, Cavanaugh, Kavanah,Brien, Brian, Bryan, Roche, Roache, Roach, Kelly, Kellie, Kelley, Nolan, Nolane, Nolin, Redmond, Redmon, Redmonds, Connor, Conner, Conor, Kehoe, Keyhoe, Keehoe, Ryan, Rian, Ryane,Bolger, Bulger, Bolgir, Whelan, (Whalen),(Walen).

Other noted families of Wexford included O'Dea, O'Leary (O'Leery), Kinsella, Dugan, Parle, Sinnot (Synnott), Devereux, Esmond, Stafford, Meyler (Miler)and Bolger. Major towns include Wexford Town, Gorey, New Ross, and Enniscorthy .... about 52 pages in all


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