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MAC GIOLLA-DOMHNAIGH, Padraig. Some Anglicised Surnames in Ireland. Dublin: Gael Co-operative Society, 1923. 67 pages. Facsimile of original edition.`The Gaelic origin of many Surnames that in the present day wear an Anglicised appearance is clearly shown in this informative and intensely interesting publication.' Example names include Addy, Adams, Andrews, Armstrong, Agnew, Archibald, Beatty, Bronte, Bigger, Bell, Bird, Crow, Campbell, Clarke, Condon, Comerford, Downey, Dunlap, Davison, Erskine, Fletcher, Fox, Fullerton, Galbraith, Gunn, Heron, Hardiman, Hanna, Johnson, Kettrick, Kennedy, L'Estrange, Lyons, Leckie, Munroe, Mellows, Montgomery, Meharg, Neale, Nugent, O'Docharty, Patterson, Prentice, Quayle, Quilliam, Reynolds, Reid, Savage, Sorley, Thomson, Tyrie, Tosh, Vallely, Walsh, Weir, etc., etc.

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