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Fingal (Ireland)

LC control no.n 98082962
Geographic headingFingal (Ireland)
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Geographic subdivision usageIreland--Fingal
Variant(s)Finne Gall (Ireland)
Chontae Fhinne Gall (Ireland)
Chontae Fhine Gall (Ireland)
County of Fingal (Ireland)
Found inBates, P. 1798 rebellion in Fingal, 1998.
Fingal County Libraries homepage, Sept. 16, 1998: (Fingal County Libraries, Dublin, Ireland; county of Fingal covers an area of 173 sq. miles and stretches from the River Liffey and the city [Dublin] boundary up to and including Balbriggan; county has a population of 167,000)
E-mail from Official Publications Librarian, Trinity College, Dublin, Sept. 16, 1998 (Fingal is an administrative county within the geographical county of Dublin, which now consists of 4 administrative units, the administrative counties of Fingal, South Dublin, and Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, and the county borough of Dublin (county borough means borough administratively separate from county))
Wikipedia, 19 June 2009: under County of Fingal (the County of Fingal, in Irish Contae Fhine Gall; Fingal is a county in Ireland formed from part of the historic county of Dublin; it was raised to county status on 1 Jan. 1994 with the division of the old County Dublin into three new counties)
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