The Story of an Irish Sept: The Origin and History of the MacNamaras Nottidge Charles MacNamara

ISBN: 9780951955116

Published: March 1999

Hardcover

365 pages


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The Story of an Irish Sept: The Origin and History of the MacNamaras  by  Nottidge Charles MacNamara

The Story of an Irish Sept: The Origin and History of the MacNamaras by Nottidge Charles MacNamara
March 1999 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 365 pages | ISBN: 9780951955116 | 3.40 Mb

From the publisher:This very important book deals with the history and fortunes of an Irish family who are now spread throughout the world. The book is so rare that many libraries in the world are unaware of its existence. Only a few copies areMoreFrom the publisher:This very important book deals with the history and fortunes of an Irish family who are now spread throughout the world. The book is so rare that many libraries in the world are unaware of its existence. Only a few copies are known today, most of these being in private collections.

At a time when many people are interested in finding out more about their ancestry, very few families can boast a book of this calibre detailing their family history. The book would be more widely known today had the family name of MacNamara been included in the original title.The author, whose full name was Nottidge Charles MacNamara, was a member of The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland from 1893.

He was a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and was surgeon major to the Indian army. He was vice-president of the Royal College of Surgeons from 1893-1896. He died in 1918.His book was reviewed in the Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries in 1897. It contains photographs and drawings of the most important sites, castles and abbeys with which the MacNamaras were connected either as builders or as benefactors.The MacNamaras are credited with building at least 80 castles in the County of Clare. (A book detailing the history of the castles in Co.

Clare, 220 in total, is at present in hand.)The new publication contains old family photographs and pedigrees. It also has a dust cover depicting Bunratty Castle and some of the most important buildings associated with the MacNamaras in their home county of Clare. The book has a hard cover with gold lettering on the spine and runs to approx 365 pages.



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