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Erenagh

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History of the McInerneys
century saw establishment of an airchinneach (erenagh) line directly related to the McNamara deirbhfhine.
Fifteenth Century Conflicts in the Rectory Of Kinalucin
Catholic Church Eastern Orthodox Anglican
Inch Abbey
Full page photo print
Many of the Erenagh families became priests or monks. The parish is named in Archbishop Colton's Visitation of the Diocese of.

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Times Past in Longford by David Clarke
The family were 'Erenagh' of Granard, the lay Lords of the church. This gave the family all the rights and privileges granted to church leaders at the time.

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Erenagh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
McInerney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Erenagh Road, Downpatrick, BT30 8AN - Residents, Businesses
Who lives in Erenagh Road, Downpatrick, BT30 8AN? And what businesses operate in this area? How much are people paying for property in Erenagh Road ?
Son of the Erenagh
Mc Inerney and its variants Mc Nerney and Nerney are the surnames borne by a number of renowned erenagh families of Ireland.
Clare Genealogy: Family Histories - Donated material: Survey of the
In east Clare, the mid-twelfth century saw establishment of an airchinneach ( erenagh) line directly related to the McNamara deirbhfhine.

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