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« Reply #27 on: Saturday 26 October 19 17:33 BST (UK) »



Copy of confirmation of arms to the descendants of John Pringle of Caledon, Co. Tyrone and to his great grandson, Capt. John Pringle, Deputy Governor of the Counties of Armagh and Tyrone, Nov. 15, 1814.

Dublin: National Library of Ireland, Genealogical Office: Ms. 106, p.70



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A history of the Pringle family compiled by Margaret Pringle afterwards Mrs Mc Bride, 19th c.

Belfast: Belfast Public Record Office, D. 391


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« Reply #29 on: Saturday 26 October 19 17:34 BST (UK) »



'Genealogical tree [and notes] of the Pringles of Caledon (Co. Tyrone)', by John Pringle.

Belfast: Queen's University Library


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« Reply #30 on: Saturday 26 October 19 17:38 BST (UK) »



Post-marriage settlement relating to lands of Cornecrew and Ballynahonebeg, Co. Armagh and railway shares, John Henry and Georgina Pringle, 1st part, E. Bootle Wilbraham, and J. Leman, 2nd part, with conveyance of same, June 16, 1848.

 Belfast: Belfast Public Record Office, D. 453 (5-6)



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« Reply #31 on: Saturday 26 October 19 17:41 BST (UK) »



Collection: Pedigrees in Society of Genealogists library; Pringle of Ireland,


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« Reply #32 on: Saturday 26 October 19 17:46 BST (UK) »



Notes by Lorton Wilson on the families of Berry, Stirling, Bacon, Mc Morran, Wilson, Crowe, etc., of Derry, Down, Cavan, Monaghan, Offaly, etc., 16th to 20th c.

Belfast: Belfast Public Record Office, T.1021


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Wilson Genealogical Collections: Vol. IV. Abstracts from parish registers on parochial returns relating to the Wilson and allied families, Berry, Molloy, Hallowes, Fetherston, Lackey, McMorran, etc.


Dublin: National Library of Ireland, n.3092, p.2713


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« Reply #34 on: Saturday 26 October 19 17:55 BST (UK) »



Research into a number of Irish families, containing abstracts of prerogative wills, genealogies, etc., made by H. A. Richey, 1900.


Format:    Manuscript


Subjects:    

Baird, family of
Breakey, family of
Brown, family of
Bullingbrook, family of
Clarke, family of
Crozier, family of
Davison, family of
Duncan, family of
Dunne, family of
England, family of
Gilden, family of
Glover, family of
Goulding, family of
Hall, family of
Hayden, family of
Hodgkins, family of
Hunter, family of
Hurly, family of
Kelly, family of
Lindop, family of
Mc Murtry, family of
Madden, family of
Magennis, family of
Mathews, family of
Mercer, family of
Meredith, family of
Norton, family of
Parke, family of
Poe, family of
Ponsonby, family of
Richey, family of
Sadlier, family of
Seaver, family of
Sheppard, family of
Sillery, family of
Simms, family of
Solomons, family of
Standish, family of
Sweeny, family of
Thompson, family of
Treanor, family of
Varian, family of
Walker, family of
Wallace, family of
Wilson, family of




Dublin: National Library of Ireland, Ms. 8316




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