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McMahon - Irish Surname
McMahon – Irish Surname
1st June 2017
Dunne - Irish Surname
Dunne – Irish Surname
1st June 2017
Product Details
Dimensions 3 x 1 x 3 cm
Product Type

, ,

ISBN

9781852172718

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

Irish

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With a history stretching back to roots firmly seeded in the ancient soil of the Emerald Isle, the Nolans of today can lay claim to an illustrious pedigree.
One of their distinguished ancestors is an Irish hero of truly mythic proportions and, by the sad time of the eventual collapse of the ancient Gaelic order, they had imposed an indelible mark on the frequently turbulent drama that is Ireland’s long history.
Their descendants have achieved fame and distinction through a wide variety of endeavours and pursuits.
In the world of literature, Christopher Nolan is the acclaimed Irish author born with cerebral palsy in 1965. Able to write with the aid of a special computer and helped by his family, his impressive literary output includes the 1981 Dam Burst of Dreams and Under the Eye of the Clock, winner of the 1987 Whitbread Award.
The inspiring tale of the Nolans is recounted here.

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Nolan – Irish Surname

The origins of the family name Nolan and their place in history

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With a history stretching back to roots firmly seeded in the ancient soil of the Emerald Isle, the Nolans of today can lay claim to an illustrious pedigree. One of their distinguished ancestors is an Irish hero of truly mythic proportions and, by the sad time of the eventual collapse of the ancient Gaelic order, they had imposed an indelible mark on the frequently turbulent drama that is Ireland’s long history. Their descendants have achieved fame and distinction through a wide variety of endeavours and pursuits. In the world of literature, Christopher Nolan is the acclaimed Irish author born with cerebral palsy in 1965. Able to write with the aid of a special computer and helped by his family, his impressive literary output includes the 1981 Dam Burst of Dreams and Under the Eye of the Clock, winner of the 1987 Whitbread Award. The inspiring tale of the Nolans is recounted here.
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Product Details
Dimensions 3 x 1 x 3 cm
Product Type

, ,

ISBN

9781852172718

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

Irish

Full Product Description

With a history stretching back to roots firmly seeded in the ancient soil of the Emerald Isle, the Nolans of today can lay claim to an illustrious pedigree.
One of their distinguished ancestors is an Irish hero of truly mythic proportions and, by the sad time of the eventual collapse of the ancient Gaelic order, they had imposed an indelible mark on the frequently turbulent drama that is Ireland’s long history.
Their descendants have achieved fame and distinction through a wide variety of endeavours and pursuits.
In the world of literature, Christopher Nolan is the acclaimed Irish author born with cerebral palsy in 1965. Able to write with the aid of a special computer and helped by his family, his impressive literary output includes the 1981 Dam Burst of Dreams and Under the Eye of the Clock, winner of the 1987 Whitbread Award.
The inspiring tale of the Nolans is recounted here.

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