See also: Lynch (Patrick) [d. 1818]
Lynch (Patrick) ... d. 1818
Irish schoolmaster, private tutor, author and editor.

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Mac Bruaideadha family
Mac Bruaideadha family
(fl. late 16th c./early 17th c.)
Irish Gaelic family of historians and poets based in Co. Clare.

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Mac Mathghamhna (Muircheartach) [of Clooneenagh]
Mac Mathghamhna (Muircheartach) ... of Clooneenagh
(s. xviii)
Husband of Máire, daughter of Isibéal Ní Bhriain and Somhairle Mac Domhnaill, with whom he resided at Cluain Fhíneach (also written as Cluainíneach, now tl. Clooneenagh, Co. Clare).

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Ó Gormáin (Tomás)
Ó Gormáin (Tomás)
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Secondary sources (select)

OʼDonovan, John, Eugene OʼCurry, and Michael OʼFlanagan [ed.], Letters containing information relative to the antiquities of the county of Clare: collected during the progress of the Ordnance Survey in 1839, with letters and extracts relative to ancient territories in Thomond, 1841, 3 vols, typescript ed., Bray, Wicklow, 1928.
– Clare County Library: text with introduction by William Nolan (1997): <link>
Holmer, Nils M., The dialects of Co. Clare: part 1, Todd Lecture Series, 19, Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1962.
Internet Archive: <link>
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