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Ó Domhnuill, Uilliam, -1628 (Personal Name)

Preferred form: Ó Domhnuill, Uilliam, -1628
Used for/see from:
  • Daniel, William, -1628
  • Domhnuill, Huilliam O', -1628
  • Domhnuill, Uilliamo, -1628
  • Earlier heading: O'Domhnuill, Huilliam, d. 1628
  • O'Domhnuill, U. (Uilliam), -1628
  • O'Domhnuill, Uilliam, -1628
  • O'Domhnuill, William, -1628
  • O'Donnell, William, -1628
  • Ó Domhnaill, Uilliam, -1628
  • Earlier heading: O'Domhnuill, Huilliam, -1628

Bible. N.T. Irish. 1681. Tiomna Nuadh, 1681: t.p. (Huilliam O'Domhnuill)

InU/Wing STC files (usage: Uilliamo Domhnuill; U. O'Domhnuill; Uilliam O'Domhnuill)

DNB (Daniel, or O'Domhnuill, William, d. 1628; Archbishop of Tuam; translator of the N.T. into Irish)

NUC pre-1956 (O'Donnell, William, Abp. of Tuam, d. 1628)

Dictionary of Irish Biography, viewed March 30, 2023 via WWW (Daniel (Ó Domhnuill, O'Donnell), William; 1570-1628; Church of Ireland archbishop of Tuam; translator of the New Testament into Irish; matriculated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge in 1586 and went on to graduate BA (1590) and MA (1593); graduated MA (1595) from Trinity College Dublin; died 11 July 1628 at Tuam)

William Daniel (bishop) Wikipedia, viewed March 30, 2023 via WWW (Irish: Uilliam Ó Domhnaill or Ó Domhnuill; Irish clergyman who served as the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Tuam from 1609 until his death in 1628; born in Kilkenny; one of the first appointed Scholars of Trinity College Dublin, and afterwards one of its first elected Fellows; while at Trinity, began work of translating the New Testament into Irish)

OCLC, viewed March 30, 2023 (access point: Ó Domhnuill, Uilliam (William), -1628; O'Domhnuill, Huilliam, -1628; O'Donnell, William, Abp. of Tuam, d. 1628; O'Donnell, William, ABishop of Tuam, -1628; O'Donnell, William, active 1593-1628, Archbishop of Tuam; usage: Uilliam oʹDomhnuill; h-Uilliam Ó Domhnaill; Uilliamo Domhnuill; U. O'Domhnuill; hUilliam o Domhnuill; Huilliam O Domhnuill; Uilliam O Domhnuill; Daniel, William, abp. of Tuam, -1628; Uilliam Ó Domhnaill)