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Blarney Castle, Co. Cork
Blarney Castle, Co. Cork
 
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Blessed David Gonson
Blessed David Gonson
 
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Bonnie Prince Chalie
Bonnie Prince Chalie
 
204
Bookplate of Chief Justice James Reid
Bookplate of Chief Justice James Reid
He appears to have simply copied Scottish Reid arms for his personal use. TO BE CHECKED.
 
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Borris House, Co. Carlow, home at the time of the MacMurrough
Borris House, Co. Carlow, home at the time of the MacMurrough
https://borrishouse.ie/accomodation/
 
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Bowen's Court, Kildorrey, Co. Cork - constructed in the early 1770s, demolished 1960
Bowen's Court, Kildorrey, Co. Cork - constructed in the early 1770s, demolished 1960
https://www.archiseek.com/2016/1770-bowens-court-kildorrery-co-cork/
 
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Boys - Rongahere School c1905 - Charlie Sharp back row, 5th from left, with cap
Boys - Rongahere School c1905 - Charlie Sharp back row, 5th from left, with cap
Back row l to r: Ernie Cruickshank, Bob Hewitt, Jim McGovern, Ted Stivens, Charlie Sharp, - McKenzie, Jim Adams, teacher Miss Woodhouse.
Front row l to r: - Dawson?, Dick Adams, Matt Tilson, Pat McGovern, -?- , - Hewitt?, Ernie Bunn.
 
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Boys of the Royal Hospital School, Greenwich - 8-9 years after Thomas was at the school.
Boys of the Royal Hospital School, Greenwich - 8-9 years after Thomas was at the school.
 
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Braefield Glenurquhart c1910
Braefield Glenurquhart c1910
 
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BRASIER Richard signature from 1754 marriage licence
BRASIER Richard signature from 1754 marriage licence
 
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Bridget Moroney
Bridget Moroney
 
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Bridget Moroney
Bridget Moroney
 
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Bridget O'Donoghue, funeral card
Bridget O'Donoghue, funeral card
 
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Broadsword and pistol owned by Ensign James Grant of the 77th [another James Grant]
Broadsword and pistol owned by Ensign James Grant of the 77th [another James Grant]
Useful to see type of weapons carried by our James Grant. Sold at Morphys Auctions Denver Colorado USA 26 Sep 2018 Lots 11 and 34. Lot 35 contained various papers concerning this James Grant.
 
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Bunratty Castle, home of the O'Brien Earls of Thomond
Bunratty Castle, home of the O'Brien Earls of Thomond
 
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Burton Brothers photography studio in Dunedin about the time Sarah took baby son William to have their photo taken in 1867.
Burton Brothers photography studio in Dunedin about the time Sarah took baby son William to have their photo taken in 1867.
Burton Brothers shop, circa 1870 [sic - must be earlier given royal 'patronage' advertising], Dunedin, by Burton Brothers. Te Papa (O.034223)
 
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Buscot Park
Buscot Park
Built doe Edward Loveden Loveden between 1780 and 1783
 
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Butlers sketch showing John Henry Catons original hut next to his
Butlers sketch showing John Henry Catons original hut next to his
 
219
C H Howorth - Paradise Falls NZ - one from our collection
C H Howorth - Paradise Falls NZ - one from our collection
 
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Cahir Castle, Co. Tipperary
Cahir Castle, Co. Tipperary
 
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Calvert Richard Jones
Calvert Richard Jones
https://biography.wales/article/s3-JONE-RIC-1802#?c=0&m=0&s=0&cv=0&manifest=https%3A%2F%2Fdamsssl.llgc.org.uk%2Fiiif%2F2.0%2F4671526%2Fmanifest.json&xywh=49%2C902%2C2907%2C2346
 
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Cape Helles Memorial, Gallipoli
Cape Helles Memorial, Gallipoli
 
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Cappard House, Peterswell, Co. Galway - home of the Galbraiths built c1800
Cappard House, Peterswell, Co. Galway - home of the Galbraiths built c1800
 
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Capt Edward Fearon (1813 - 1869) - the leasing of his Awatere Valley station, first to John Henry Caton, eventually led to his financial ruin.
Capt Edward Fearon (1813 - 1869) - the leasing of his Awatere Valley station, first to John Henry Caton, eventually led to his financial ruin.
 
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Captain George Kay of Tannachy
Captain George Kay of Tannachy
 
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Captain John Edgar Ross, WW1
Captain John Edgar Ross, WW1
 
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Captain John Rose of Holme
Captain John Rose of Holme
Grant Fencibles
 
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Captain Robert Campbell of Glenlyon
National Galleries of Scotland - Creative Commons CC by NC
Captain Robert Campbell of Glenlyon National Galleries of Scotland - Creative Commons CC by NC
 
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Captain Robert Larkan
Captain Robert Larkan
Captain Robert Larkan (ca.1756-1841)
A half-length portrait to the right showing Larkan in his captain’s full dress uniform (over three years) of 1830–33. [https://www.rmg.co.uk/collections/objects/rmgc-object-14303]
 
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Captain's House, Whitstable, Kent - home of Captain Jasper Rowden - rebuilt by him 1778
Captain's House, Whitstable, Kent - home of Captain Jasper Rowden - rebuilt by him 1778
 
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Captain-Lieutenant Lullum Batwell, 46th Regiment
Captain-Lieutenant Lullum Batwell, 46th Regiment
Painted by Strickland Lowry, ca. 1780, Oil on Canvas
Courtesy of Lane Fine Art, Ltd, London
Light infantry officer Lullum Batwell commissioned this portrait of himself when he returned home to Ireland in 1780. Batwell served as the captain-lieutenant of the 46th Regiment’s light infantry company in 1777. As a member of the 2nd Battalion of Light Infantry, he fought alongside St. George at the battles of Brandywine, Paoli, and Germantown.
 
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Carberry Tower, Inveresk (as it looks now), home of Cecilia Ker and her first husband, Mungo Rigg of Carberry
Carberry Tower, Inveresk (as it looks now), home of Cecilia Ker and her first husband, Mungo Rigg of Carberry
 
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Carla Thorneycroft
Carla Thorneycroft
 
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Caroline Bay, Timaru (l to r): Norah O'Donoghue, Sarah Schaab, Mabel O'Donoghue nee Schaab) with son Ernie O'Donoghue
Caroline Bay, Timaru (l to r): Norah O'Donoghue, Sarah Schaab, Mabel O'Donoghue nee Schaab) with son Ernie O'Donoghue
 
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Caroline Courts, overlooking Caroline Bay in Timaru.  After the farm at Salisbury was sold, Vic and Nancy O'D bought the upstairs flat on the left as their retirement home. Nancy's bedroom was front right and Vic's was behind at the back. Access to the flat was by a staircase at the rear.
Caroline Courts, overlooking Caroline Bay in Timaru. After the farm at Salisbury was sold, Vic and Nancy O'D bought the upstairs flat on the left as their retirement home. Nancy's bedroom was front right and Vic's was behind at the back. Access to the flat was by a staircase at the rear.
 
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Carrigogunnell Castle, Co. Limerick
Carrigogunnell Castle, Co. Limerick
The ruins of Carrigogunnell Castle dominate the lovely pastoral land surrounding the volcanic peak on which it was built mid 15th century on the site of an earlier structure. The shattered limestone keep was once over 50 feet high with 5 stories and a spiral stair, and there was a later house adjoining the tower with additional buildings, all fortified by a strong wall. The land had been granted by King John to Donchad Cairbreach O'Brien in 1209 and had been a very important stronghold of the O'Briens for centuries.



It was destroyed following the 1691 siege of Limerick -- although the garrison sheltered by the castle took no part in the actual siege and surrendered without a fight, the English did not need the castle so they destroyed it with a large quantity of gun powder, attesting to the sad shape that it is in today. [http://www.megalithicireland.com/Carrigogunnell%20Castle.html]
 
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Castle of Mey, Caithness
Castle of Mey, Caithness
 
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Castle Taylor, Ardrahan, Co, Galway, home of the Taylors of Castle Taylor
Castle Taylor, Ardrahan, Co, Galway, home of the Taylors of Castle Taylor
https://holdhard.tumblr.com/post/116031463783/castle-taylor-ardrahan-galway-and-its-owner/amp
 
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Castlemaine's coat of arms
Castlemaine's coat of arms
 
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Casualty list mentioning Ernie's death
Casualty list mentioning Ernie's death
 
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Caterina Anguissola
Caterina Anguissola
 
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Caterina Pico
Caterina Pico
 
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Caterina_Sforza by Vasari
Caterina_Sforza by Vasari
 
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Catherine de' Medici
Catherine de' Medici
 
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Catherine Elizabeth McGruer, wife of Digger Taylor
Catherine Elizabeth McGruer, wife of Digger Taylor
 
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Catherine Ewing
Catherine Ewing
 
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Catherine Rose
Catherine Rose
 
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Catherine Warneford nee Calverley by Thomas Gainsborough RA
Catherine Warneford nee Calverley by Thomas Gainsborough RA
 
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Cecil Frances Howard, Countess of Wicklow
Cecil Frances Howard, Countess of Wicklow
https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/term/BIOG153639
 
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Chappie (Walter Leslie) Taylor on horseback
Chappie (Walter Leslie) Taylor on horseback
 

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