From A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland 1837
(Those marked with an Asterisk (*) are Subscribers for large paper Copies).
*YARBOROUGH, The Right Honorable Lord
*Yates, Benedict, A., Esq., Moone Abbey, co. Kildare
*Yeats, John, Esq., Dundalk, co. Louth
Yerbury, John, Esq., Shirehampton, Gloucestershire
*Yore, Rev. Mr., Queen-street, Dublin
Young, Rev. Arthur, J.P., Clogherney, Omagh, co. Tyrone
Young, David E., Esq., Ballygibbon, Nenagh, co. Tipperary
Young, Rev. E. N., Quainton-rectory, near Aylesbury, Bucks
*Young, George, Esq., J.P., Culdaff-house, Moville, co. Donegal
Young, Rev. G. H., Killough, co. Down
Young, Rev. James, R.C.C. of Baldoyle, and Howth, co. Dublin
*Young, Mr. James, Capel-street, Dublin
*Young, James W., Esq., Culdaff-house, Moville, co. Donegal
*Young, Rev. John, Rector of Killishil, Ballygawley, co. Tyrone
*Young, Rev. J., A.M., Multifarnham-glebe, Mullingar, co. Westmeath
*Young, John, Esq., North Earl-street, Dublin
Young, John, Esq., Shamrock-lodge, Ballymacarett, Belfast
Young, Rev. J. R., A.B., Rector of Tidavnet, Monaghan
*Young, John T., Esq., Philpotstown, Navan, co. Meath
*Young, Owen, Esq., Harristown, Castlerea, co. Roscommon
*Young, Richard, Esq., J.P., Lakeville, Crossdoney, co. Cavan
*Young, Richard, Esq., J.P., Coolkeragh-house, Londonderry
*Young, Rev. Robert A., Lackland, Rathdowney, Queen's county
*Young, Rev. Robert, Steele-grove, Carrickfergus, co. Antrim
*Young, Robert, Esq., Glenview, near Glanmire, co. Cork
Young, Samuel, Esq., Bantry, co. Cork
Young, Rev. Walter, M.A., Lisbellan, Enniskillen, co. Fermanagh
Young, W., Esq., Capnagh, co. Carlow
Young, W., Esq., Mount-hall, Killygordon, co. Donegal
*Young, W. B., Esq., New-mills, Glasslough, co. Monaghan
Young, Messrs. J. and R., Ballymoney, Ballymena, co. Antrim
Young and Murdock, Messrs., Upper Gardiner-street, Dublin
Yourell, Michael, Esq., Newelswood, Clonee, co. Meath
Yourell, Mr. Patrick, Quarryland, Clonee, co. Meath
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