Annals of Ireland

Grace (James) (of Kilkenny)
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Latin compilation of annals for the history of Ireland, written by, or at least attributed to, one James Grace of Kilkenny. It may be thought of as consisting of an introductory history ending with the foundation of St Mary's Abbey near Dublin; regular annals for the period 1074-1370; and a series of obits for prominent families, the Lacys, Burkes, Butlers and Geraldines.
James Grace [of Kilkenny]Grace (James) ... of Kilkenny
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[ed.] [tr] Butler, Richard, Jacobi Grace, Kilkenniensis, Annales Hiberniae, Dublin: Irish Archaeological Society, 1842.
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