The Wall Family In Ireland

The Wall Family In Ireland

The Wall Family in Ireland 1170 - 1970

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In this work, the Wall family — originally of Anglo-Norman stock — is traced from a fief in Normandy through England and South Wales to Ireland. One of the first knightly families to occupy Irish lands after the Norman invasion of 1170, their history is followed, generation by generation, through the succeeding eight centuries.

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The Author Hubert Gallwey

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Hubert Gallwey’s scholarship is impeccable. Educated at Ampleforth and Christ Church College, Oxford, where he read modern history, he subsequently joined the British Army. He was commissioned in the Royal Artillery in 1937, served during the Second World War and eventually retired from the army in 1959 with the rank of Lieutenant – Colonel.

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Book Reviews

Deservedly, the first edition of The Wall Family in Ireland 1170-1970 received excellent reviews and generous praise from a number of eminent historians like G.A. Hayes McCoy and E. McLysagth. Extracts from the Hayes McCoy and McLysagth reviews and those of Eileen  O'Brien ( Irish Times ), W.D.O'Connell ( Cork Examiner ) and  Jean Sheridan ( Leinster Leader ) are set out below for your information.
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Irish Genealogy Review

The Wall Family in Ireland 1170 to 1970
The Wall Family in Ireland 1170 to 1970
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