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The book, a history of the Stewarts, an old Gaelic Hebridean family brought to north Antrim by the McDonnells in the 16th Century and became one of the leading families in north Antrim. The book has much more, however, it includes accounts of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, the battles and.
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Kildare Ireland (by George V. Stewart the Administrator) who came to Ireland C to work for Sir William Hort of Hortland (formally known as Sculloguestown) Co Kildare Ireland. May 31, · In office, the Stewarts were efficient, popular, and prosperous.
They held the appointment for about years till the 7th High Steward became king. Their troubles started when they mounted the throne. Because of their position, the Stewarts were known as the clan without a chief.
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Stewart is a Scottish surname (also used as a masculine given name) possibly of pre-7th century Old English origin, derived from stigeweard, the genitive prefix stige meaning "hall", and the suffix weard meaning "guardian" or "warden" (whence also the word steward).Region of origin: Scotland.
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After Bush vs. Gore in and just after the 9/Ballintoy means 'town of the north' and the parish church, located a short distance from the town, appropriately enough, is one of the most northerly in the diocese of Connor.
Modern day Ballintoy ecclesiastical parish is located in the barony of Cary, County .