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4 edition of families of County Clare, Ireland found in the catalog.

families of County Clare, Ireland

over one thousand entries from the archives of the Irish Genealogical Foundation

by Michael C. O"Laughlin

  • 265 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

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

    Places:
  • Clare (Ireland)
    • Subjects:
    • Clare (Ireland) -- Genealogy.

    • 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 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination167 p. :
      Number of Pages167
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6887051M
      ISBN 100940134373
      LC Control Number00503398

      This is an incomplete index of the current and historical principle family seats of clans, peers and landed gentry families in Ireland. Most of the houses belonged to the Old English and Anglo-Irish aristocracy, and many of those located in the present Republic of Ireland were abandoned, sold or destroyed following the Irish War of Independence and Irish Civil War of the early s. Welcome to Mount Ievers Court Mount Ievers Court is an 18th c. Irish Georgian country house nestled in the Co. Clare countryside just outside the town of Sixmilebridge. The house was originally the site of a 16th c. tower house called Ballyarilla Castle built by Lochlann McNamara. The tower house.

      Family History Report (pages 5 to 7) The earliest available Land - Property Records which we have for the area in which the family lived were the Tithe Applotment Books of the mid 's. Tithe was a tax on all agricultural land (originally a tenth of the produce) and it was paid by people of all religious denominations towards the upkeep of the Established Church of that day (Church of Ireland). The Families of County Clare, Ireland: From the earliest times to the 20th century; family surnames with locations & origins, including Old Irish, English, and Anglo-norman settlers and settlements #Irish #Ancestry #Genealogy.

      Download County Clare Ireland Genealogy And Irish Family History Notes From The Irish Archives in PDF and EPUB Formats for free. County Clare Ireland Genealogy And Irish Family History Notes From The Irish Archives Book also available for Read Online, mobi, docx and mobile and kindle reading. Get this from a library! The families of County Clare, Ireland: over one thousand entries from the archives of the Irish Genealogical Foundation. [Michael C O.


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Families of County Clare, Ireland by Michael C. O"Laughlin Download PDF EPUB FB2

A special section is included for further Irish Family research, complete with addresses of research centres in Ireland and a list of books and resources in Co. Clare and Dublin. this is the first stop to make for finding your family in Co. Clare. This is a new second edition, containing all information from the first printing, plus new material/5(5).

The Families of County Clare, Ireland: Over One Thousand Entries from the Archives of the Irish Genealogical Foundation Volume 3 of Book of Irish families, great & small, Michael C. O'Laughlin Volume 3 of Families of Ireland Series: Author: Michael C.

O'Laughlin: Contributor: Irish Genealogical Foundation (U.S.) Edition: illustrated: Publisher4/5(1). '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 Surnames with Locations&ingOld Irish,English and Anglo-norman Settlers and One Thousand Entries from the Archives of the Irish Genealogical Foundation: Volume 3 of the Book of Irish Families,Great and Small — OriginalFirst Edition.

Overtime there has been a slight increase in the percentage of Roman Catholic to % in Inthe Church of Ireland decreased to % with % and % being Presbyterian and Methodist, respectively.

General County Research Information [edit | edit source] Further information about County Clare is available at the GenUKI site. English, Book, Illustrated edition: The families of County Clare, Ireland: over one thousand entries from the archives of the Irish Genealogical Foundation /. This illustrated, well indexed book, was created exclusively to help you find your family in County Clare, Ireland.

A full color detailed map of the county from the 's appears on the cover. Focusing specifically on families within the county, it includes an introduction to research and sources in Clare. Hereunder are family names and their number as recorded in Church records at the turn of the century () for the 46 Clare parishes and St.

Mary's Limerick City parish. Combined list of surnames which occur in the Census of Population of County Clare, the Griffith's Valuation of County Clare, and the Tithe Applotment Books (ss) for County Clare, including the number of occurences for each surname collected in each source.

looking for family history in County Cork, Ireland: Books of the Month: 1) Families of County Cork, Ireland. County Clare, and the O’Donahues of Glenflesk, County Kerry. He also bears. 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 5/5(2). 's Clare Genealogy subsite offers free access to thousands of records compiled by Dr. Jane Lyons. Begin tracing your Irish ancestry. Author: Michael C.

O'Laughlin Publisher: Irish Roots Cafe ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: Get Books. The Families Of County Clare Ireland Families Of Co Clare Ireland by Michael C. O'Laughlin, The Families Of County Clare Ireland Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format.

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This site is like a library, Use. The county was badly affected by the Great Famine of The population wasin and by had shrunk toO people died between and and thousands of.

Apart from some very useful history, including on the Cromwellian Settlement, the Plantation of Ulster, the arrival of the Huguenots and Palatines in Ireland, etc., John O’Hart’s Irish Pedigrees, or, the Origin and Stem of the Irish Nation provides approximately family pedigrees, some of which include valuable information on births, marriages, deaths, and emigration.

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, Ireland: Over One Thousand Entries from the /5(2).

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.

A map of the Civil Parishes of County Clare is available at Irish Times site. A map of the Catholic Parishes of County Clare is available at Irish Times site. Civil Parish - Church of Ireland.

pp. Entries for over families in Co. Clare. Illustrated with b&w maps and figures. Volume III of the Book of Irish Families. Green cloth with gilt titles. DJ has some very light shelfwear. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.County Clare Clare genealogy. Civil Parishes, description of parish, townlands and map of each parish.; The Church of Ireland, The archives of the Church of Ireland (Anglican), and particularly parochial registers of baptisms, marriages, and burials, are a primary source for genealogists and family gh many registers were destroyed in the past, especially in the fire in the.Edward MacLysaght, the former Chief Herald of Ireland, writing in his book, Irish Families, began his discussion of the O'Dea family as follows: O'Dea is a name associated alike in the past and at present almost exclusively with the County Clare and the areas such as Limerick City and North Tipperary which immediately adjoin it.