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The families of County Clare, Ireland over one thousand entries from the archives of the Irish Genealogical Foundation by Michael C. O"Laughlin

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Published by Irish Genealogical Foundation in Kansas City, MO .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Clare (Ireland),
  • Ireland,
  • Clare.

Subjects:

  • Names, Personal -- Ireland -- Clare.,
  • Clare (Ireland) -- Genealogy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesFamilies of Co. Clare, Ireland, Co. Clare, Ireland
Statementby Michael C. O"Laughlin.
GenreGenealogy.
SeriesThe book of Irish families, great & small ;, v. 3
ContributionsIrish Genealogical Foundation (U.S.)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS497.C55 O43 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination172 p. :
Number of Pages172
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3542792M
ISBN 100940134985
LC Control Number2001524021
OCLC/WorldCa43398868

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rows  Hereunder are family names and their number as recorded in Church records .   Families that came from County Cork, Ireland Irish Family History and Genealogy with curious news and notes from Ireland. from the book 'County Cork, Ireland, genealogy and County Clare Author: Michael O'laughlin. Registry of Freeholders for the County of Clare. Applicants to the Registry of Freeholders, Borough of Ennis. Applicants to the Registry of Freeholders, Co. Clare. Journals: Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead, Ireland. Books of Survey and Distribution.   The Families of County Clare, Ireland: Over One Thousand Entries from the Archives of the Irish Genealogical Foundation - Ebook written by Michael C. O'Laughlin. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Families of County Clare, /5(2).

Families of County Cork, Ireland (Book of Irish Families, Great and Small Volume 4) [O'Laughlin, Michael C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Families of County Cork, Ireland (Book of Irish Families, Great and Small Volume 4)3/5(3). See also “Families of County Clare, Ireland, a part of this series) The Irish Families Project for Clare The Master book to the 34 volume Irish Families series is 'The Book of Irish Families, great & small'. That book gives hundreds of family histories from County Clare, and . 'Families of Co. Clare' greatly expands upon the coverage given in that book and adds several hundred new families. In this way both books compliment each other. 'Families of Co. Clare' is the 3rd volume in the series, which covers every county in Ireland and Northern Ireland. The Families of County Clare, Ireland: From the earliest times to the century; family surnames with locations origins, including Old Irish, English, and Anglo-norman settlers and settlements Genealogy Research Family Genealogy Irish Prayer Irish English Clare Ireland Forever Book County Clare Irish Culture Irish Roots.

Some of the Danish families who settled in Ireland were those of Dowdall, Dromgoole, Sweetman and Palmer, in Dublin, Meath, and Louth; Gould, Coppinger, Skiddy, and Trant, in Cork; and Haroid (modernized Harold), of Limerick and Clare. Of those Danish families, some took Irish sirnames, and more of them prefixed "Mac" to their names, as did. It covers thousands of families from all of Ireland. 'Families of Co. Cork' greatly expands upon the coverage given in that book and adds several hundred new families. In this way both books compliment each other. 'Families of Co. Cork' is the 4th volume in the series, which covers every county in Ireland and Northern Ireland. County Meath & Westmeath Genealogy, Family History NOTES and Coats of Arms. Produced as part of the Irish Families Project. It includes the complete census for Meath and Westmeath, County Maps, complete listing of modern parishes and placenames as well as some older place names, plus coats of arms of families taken from the Irish Book of : Michael C. O'laughlin. 7. O'Grady, chief of Cineal Dongally, a large territory comprising the present barony of Lower Tullagh, county Clare. The O'Gradys had also large possessions in the county Limerick; and, in modern times, the Right Hon. Standish O'Grady, Chief Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland, was A.D. , created Viscount Guillamore. 8.