1 edition of Hearth Money Roll for Co. Dublin,1664 found in the catalog.
Hearth Money Roll for Co. Dublin,1664
Copy from the original, now destroyed, in the Public Record Office, Dublin, by Capt. G. S. Cary.
|Statement||copied from the original by Capt. G. S. Cary.|
|Contributions||Cary, G. S.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||467|
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Typescript copy of the Hearth Money Roll for Co. Armagh, and of the Co. Armagh Poll Book forthe former from the original (now destroyed) in the Public Record Office, Dublin and the latter from the Johnston Mss.
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COUNTY KILDARE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. JCKAS Vol. I, No. 1 () The Seal of the Co. Kildare Archæological Society [note], Hearth Money roll for County Dublin,document: The Book of Survey and Distribution, County Kildare.
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