Líon alt a bhfuil an ghné seo luaite iontu: 5
Scríobh Tiarna Dhún Búinne aiste in Irish Genealogist, Vol 8 No 1 1990, ‘The Family of O’Brien Butler’, agus b’fhéidir a bhaint as an abairt seo thíos nach raibh de cheart ag an gcumadóir ‘O’Brien Butler’ a thabhairt air féin: ‘Some there be, of other families, who have betimes chosen to call themselves “O’Brien Butler” – notably among the Butlers of Caherciveen whose Thomas (1861–1915) wrote under the name of O’Brien Butler and, when in India, composed the first opera ever to be produced to a libretto in Gaelic
In Irish Genealogist, 1983 (‘The MacCoghlans’) cuireann Kenneth Nicholls síos air mar ‘that remarkable adventurer to whom we are indebted for so much information regarding Delvin MacCoghlan in the early seventeenth century and before’
Tá cuntas ar a mhuintir ag Kenneth Nicholls in The Irish Genealogist, 1983 (‘The MacCoghlans’) agus tugann sé ‘a remarkable and successful man who played a prominent part in the affairs of his day’ ar Thoirdhealbhach; feisire Parlaiminte ba ea é
Tá eolas ar chúlra mhuintir Sall tugtha ag Paul MacCotter in Irish Genealogist, Iml
Tá cuntas air in: The Irish Genealogist, Iml