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Concise history of Lisburn and neighbourhood
|Contributions||Largymore New National School (Lisburn), T. H. Jordan (Belfast: Firm),|
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|Number of Pages||67|
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A Concise History of Lisburn and neighbourhood; comprising the social, industrial, religious, and educational life of the people, written in commeration of the building of Largymore New National School, also as a souvenir of the "Mayflower fair" bazaar, May, A Concise History of Lisburn and neighbourhood; comprising the social, industrial, religious, and educational life of the people, written in commeration of the building of Largymore New National School, also as a souvenir of the "Mayflower fair" bazaar, May, Author: Greene, W.
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(Continued.) The Irish in Killultagh. Before passing to the British settlers I shall give from the State Papers a list (about ) of the Irish in Killultagh -- Neale Galt O'Neale, formerly Lord, who married first a daughter of M'Quinlin, Lord of the Route, second, O'Neale's daughter, Una ny Neale; third, the Lord of Iveagh's daughter, Rose ny Magennis.
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