cure of souls" a history of St. Brigid"s Church of Ireland, Stillorgan by John A. Ingram

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  • St. Brigid"s Church (Stillorgan, Ireland).,
  • Church of Ireland. -- Parish of St. Brigid"s, Stillorgan.,
  • Stillorgan (Ireland) -- Church history.

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Includes bibliographies and index.

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