A COMPENDIUM OF IRISH BIOGRAPHY

From A Compendium of Irish Biography, 1878

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Cade, John
Cahill, Daniel William
Cailte MacRonain
Caimin, Saint
Cairbre Lifeachair
Cairnes, David
Cairnes, John Elliott
Caldwell, Hume
Calhoun, Patrick
Callaghan or Kellachan
Callan, Nicholas
Callanan, James Joseph
Campbell, Alexander
Campian, Edmund
Campion, Maria
Canice, Saint
Cannera, Saint
Canning, George
Cantwell, Andrew
Carew, Sir Peter
Carew, Sir George
Carey, John
Carey, Matthew
Carey, William Paulett
Carleton, Sir Guy
Carleton, William
Carmichael, Richard
Caron, Redmond
Carpenter, Archbishop John
Carr, George W.
Carte, Thomas
Carter, Thomas
Carve, Thomas
Cathaldus, Saint
Caulfeild, Sir Toby
Caulfeild, Toby, 3rd Baron Charlemont
Caulfeild, James, Earl of Charlemont
Kilian or Celeclerech, Saint
Cellach, Celestin
Chenevix, Richard
Cherry, Andrew
Chesney, Francis Rawdon
Chesney, Charles Cornwallis
Chichester, Sir Arthur
Ciaran, Saint
Ciaran, Saint of Saighir
Clarence, Lionel, Duke of
Clarke, Adam
Clarke, Joseph
Clayton, Robert
Cleburne, Patrick E.
Clement
Clinton, Colonel Charles
Clive, Catherine
Clyn, John
Coemghin or Kevin, Saint
Coffey, Charles
Colby, Thomas
Colclough, John Henry
Cole, Sir William
Colgan, John
Colles, Abraham
Colman, Bishop
Columbanus, Saint
Columcille, Saint
Comerford, John
Comgall, Saint
Comon, Cormac
Comyn, John
Con na m-Bocht
Con of the Hundred Battles
Conall Cearnach
Conall Eachluaith
Concanen, Matthew
Connlaid, Saint
Connor, Bernard
Conor MacNessa
Conroy, Florence
Conway, Thomas
Cooke, Henry
Cooke, Thomas
Cooke, William
Coote, Sir Charles
Coote, Sir Charles, Earl of Mountrath
Coote, Richard
Coote, Sir Eyre
Corbet, General William
Corcoran, Michael
Cormac MacArt
Cormac MacCullinan
Cornwallis, Charles
Cosby, Francis
Cosby, Admiral Philip
Costello, Louisa Stuart
Cox, Sir Richard
Cox, Walter
Coyne, Joseph Stirling
Craggs, Robert
Crampton, Sir Philip
Crawford, Thomas, Rev.
Crawford, Adair
Creagh, Richard
Creagh, Peter
Croghan, Colonel George
Croker, John Wilson
Croker, Thomas Crofton
Crolly, William
Croly, George
Cromer, George
Crommelin, Louis
Cromwell, Oliver
Crone, Robert
Crosbie, Richard
Crotty, William
Crowley, Peter O'Neill
Crozier, Francis Rawdon Moira
Crumpe, Samuel
Cuchulaind
Cumian
Cunningham, John
Curran, John Oliver
Curran, John Philpot
Curry, John
Cusack, Thomas

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