1 edition of Roovesmore Fort, and stones inscribed with Oghams, in the parish of Aglish, County Cork found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Augustus Lane Fox|
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|Pagination||17 p., 3 leaves of plates ;|
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The opening words of the four Gospels are.Other articles where Book of Ballymote is discussed: alphabet: Runic and ogham alphabets: the Middle Ages; the 14th-century Book of Ballymote reproduces the earliest keys for translation. In many cases the ogham inscriptions run upward.Joseph FULLER of Kinneigh [c] mc Catherine WISEMAN [c ] Paul Turner notes: Joseph died ae 70 (b).
A dau. Mary Wiseman Fuller is bap in Kinneigh; a son, Edward Wiseman Fuller, is bap. in Ballymoney; both being of Joseph and Catharine thus we must assume this is the same parents/family BUT not all these children say they are the son or dau. of Joseph & Catherine.