Carn (County Kildare)

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Michael Dowling & Bridget Doyle Co. Kildare/Co. Carlow 26 Dec 2018 18:26
Martin Family Cole Alley & Tripoli 2 Oct 2013 5:10
Tracing the Martin family 1 Oct 2013 7:36
Sinnott of Bunarge and Bush, Carne, County Wexford 1 May 2013 1:37

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