Pedigrees of the county families of England, authenticated by the members of each family. The heraldic illus. by J. Forbes-Nixon. Vol. I - Lancashire. by Joseph Foster

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Lists the Pedigrees in alphabetical order giving family tree and family arms * {t}Author: Joseph Foster. County Genealogies: Pedigrees of the Families in the County of Sussex - Ebook written by William Berry.

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the Pedigrees by any reference to a Register have been authenticated by leading members of the branch of the family to which they relate.

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Notes. O'Naghten: While in the Third and present Edition of this work we give the pedigree of this family, we were, until lately, unable to trace the pedigree of the "O'Mullally" family. Gerard: On the death of his brother Colonel James Lally, this Sir Gerard succeeded to the Chiefship; he appears to have passed through the Irish war, and, after the capitulation of Limerick, to have.

County Genealogies: Pedigrees of Hertfordshire Families (London: J.R. Smith, ca. ), by William Berry (page images at HathiTrust); County genealogies.

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The further history of this family is given in detail by Lodge down to the yearof which the following is a short summary, concluding with the further pedigree of the family down to the year Upcoming Gaines Family Reunions.

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