A COMPENDIUM OF IRISH BIOGRAPHY

From A Compendium of Irish Biography, 1878

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Dallan Forgaill
D'Alton, John
Daly, Denis
Daly, Richard
Danby, Francis
Darcy, Patrick
Dargan, William
Dathi
Davies, Sir John
Davis, Thomas Osborne
Davis, William
D'Aguila, Don Juan
Dean, Hugh
De Barry, Robert
De Barry, Gerald
De Barry, David FitzJames
De Barry, David FitzDavid
De Bicknor, Alexander
De Blaquiere, Peter Boyle
De Burgh, William FitzAdelm
De Burgh, Richard, Lord of Connaught
De Burgh, Walter, 1st Earl of Ulster
De Burgh, Richard, 2nd Earl of Ulster
De Burgh, William, 3rd Earl of Ulster
De Burgh, Lady Elizabeth
De Burgh, Ulick, 1st Earl of Clanricard
De Burgh, Richard, 2nd Earl of Clanricard
De Burgh, Richard, 4th Earl of Clanricard
De Burgh, Ulick, 5th Earl of Clanricard
De Burgo, John
De Clare, Richard, Strongbow
De Cogan, Milo
De Cogan, Richard
De Courcy, Sir John
De Ferings, Richard
De Ginkell, Godert
Delacour, James
De Lacy, Hugh
De Lacy, Hugh, The Younger
Delane, Denis
Delany, Patrick
De Loundres, Henry
De Marisco, Hervey
Denham, Sir John
De Oviedo, Matthew
De Palatio, Octavian
Dermody, Thomas
Derrick, Samuel
De St. Paul, John
Desmonds, The
Desmond, Maurice, 1st Earl
Desmond, Maurice, 2nd Earl
Desmond, Nicholas, 3rd Earl
Desmond, Gerald, 4th Earl
Desmond, John, 5th Earl
Desmond, Thomas, 6th Earl
Desmond, James, 7th Earl
Desmond, Thomas, 8th Earl
Desmond, James, 9th Earl
Desmond, Maurice, 10th Earl
Desmond, James, 11th Earl
Desmond, Sir Thomas, 12th Earl
Desmond, Catherine, Old Countess
Desmond, James, 13th Earl
Desmond, Sir James, 14th Earl
Desmond, Gerald, 15th Earl
Desmond, James, 16th Earl
Desmond, James, Sugan Earl
Desmond, John
Despard, Edward Marcus
De Vere, Sir Aubrey
Devereux, Walter, 1st Earl of Essex
Devereux, Robert, 2nd Earl of Essex
Devlin, Anne
Dickinson, Charles
Dicuil The Geographer
Dillon, Sir Henry
Dillon, Theobald, Viscount
Dillon, Thomas, 4th Viscount
Dillon, Arthur, Count
Dillon, Theobald, Count
Dillon, Wentworth
Dillon, James
Dillon, John Blake
Dillon, Peter
Dobbs, Arthur
Dobbs, Francis
Dod, Charles Roger
Dodwell, Henry
Dogget, Thomas
Dogherty, Thomas
Doherty, John
Donat, Saint
Donlevy, Andrew
Dornin, Thomas Aloysius
Douglas, John C.
Dowdall, George, Archbishop of Armagh
Downes, George
Downie, George
Downing, Sir George
Doyle, Sir Charles William
Doyle, James Warren
Doyle, Sir John
Doyle, John
Drelincourt, Peter
Drennan, William
Dromgoole, Thomas
Drummond, Thomas
Drummond, William Hamilton
Drury, Sir William
Duane, William John
Dubdalethy
Duchal, James
Duff, Mary Anne
Duffy, Edward
Duggan, Peter Paul
Duhigg, Bartholomew Thomas
Duigenan, Patrick
Dun, Sir Patrick
Dunan
Dungal
Dunkin, William
Dunlap, John
Duns Scotus, John
Dwyer, Michael

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