MORE O’FERRALL OF BALYNA, CO. KILDARE FROM ‘THE LANDED GENTRY & ARISTOCRACY OF CO. KILDARE’ BY TURTLE BUNBURY & ART KAVANAGH (IRISH FAMILY NAMES, 2004). Descended from two great Catholic Irish families, the More O’Ferrals combined with the marriage in 1751 of...
MORE O’FERRALL OF KILDANGAN, CO. KILDARE FROM ‘THE LANDED GENTRY & ARISTOCRACY OF CO. KILDARE’ BY TURTLE BUNBURY & ART KAVANAGH (IRISH FAMILY NAMES, 2004). Major Ambrose O’Ferrall’s youngest son, Charles Edward More O Ferrall, was born on 17th May 1805. As a...
An epic tale that brings the Galvin family from rural Ireland to faraway lands where they live and perish in Australia, New York, Peru and Chile, with a nod to the Valparaiso earthquake and the Galvin brothers role in bringing rugby to Chile. Unlimited access for €1 a...
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