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Home of Coriundi in the second
century A.D., this county was part of
the territory called Caellan or Galen,
meaning "wooded country." This area
was controlled by the FitzGerald
clan. Lesser clans or septs included
Bermingham, Aylmer, White,
Wogan, O'Byrne, O'Morohan
(Morrin), and O'Cullen.
25 Most Common
Names in Kildare:
INDEXES TO IRISH WILLS (5 Volumes), Phillimore and Thrift
Volume I (Carlow, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Offaly, Wicklow) 2 fiche.
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- Irish Wills, diocese of Kildare
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- 0icp0078 KILDARE DIOCESEAN WILLS 1661-1800 (surnames Adamson through Cuthbert)
- 0icp0082 KILDARE DIOCESEAN WILLS 1661-1800 (surnames Dalton through Evoy)
- 0icp0085 KILDARE DIOCESEAN WILLS 1661-1800 (surnames Farrell through Lyons)
- 0icp0091 KILDARE DIOCESEAN WILLS 1661-1800 (surnames Magrath to Young)
- 0icp0095 KILDARE, ARDKILL, DESCRIPTION 1837
- 0icp0114 KILDARE, ARDKILL, GRIFFITH’S INDEX 1851
- 0icp0107 KILDARE, ARDRIE, DESCRIPTION 1837
- 0icp0089 KILDARE, ATHY, JACOB/BOYCE MARRIAGE 1886
- 0icp0610 KILDARE, CADAMSTOWN, OMORE TOMBSTONE 1779
- 0icp0104 KILDARE, DONAGHCUMPER, GRIFFITHS INDEX 1851
- 0icp0098 KILDARE, LEIXLIP, GRIFFITHS INDEX 1851
- 0icp0064 KILDARE, SELECT TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS
- 0icp0083 KILDARE, VARIOUS TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS