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* AARON: Walter Aaron was brought out of Ireland about 1680 and sold (aged seventeen years) for six years
   Essex County Court Files Vol 47, leaf 37
   Quoted in The Essex Antiquarian - Vol I (Salem, Massachusetts, 1897) - OL

* ALEXANDER: A son of Thomas and Rebecca Alexander died, aged six months. They were strangers in Salem, and in the charity house, he having come from Ireland
   Bentley's record of deaths (Salem)
   Quoted in The Essex Antiquarian - Vol III (Salem, Massachusetts, 1899) - OL

* ALLINGTON: William Allington was created Baron Allington in the Irish Peerage by Charles I in 1642

   extract from 'Notices of the Stanhopes'
   By Mahon (Unpublished, London, 1855) - OL

* American Revolutionary Naval Service - The Continental Frigate Raleigh

   Irishmen: James Sullivan, Patrick Lynch, Philip McCann, John Wall, Thomas Smith, James Wright, John McLindon, John Quin
   From The New Hampshire Genealogical Record Vol III (Dover, New Hampshire, 1905 - 1906) - IA

* ANDREWS: Col. Timothy Patrick Andrews, of the U.S.Army

   b. 1794 in Ireland served as aide to Commodore Barry; from 'Genealogical Notes'
   By Lawrence Buckley Thomas (Baltimore, 1877) - OL

* ARNOT, ARNOTT: Sir John Arnott, Baronet, in Ireland

   Mayor of Cork 1859 - 1860; Irish Arnots: James Arnot of Fermanagh, James Arnot of Arnot Grove, King's County, James Arnot of Rich-hill, Co. Armagh; from 'The house of Arnot and some of its Branches' pp 251 and following
   By James Arnott, M.D. (Edinburgh, 1918) - FHB

* ATHEY: George Athey, b. 1642

   original Patentee of Lands in Maryland; Lineage Book (p.166)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

* ATTRIDGE, HILLING: A Supplement to'The Attridges of North America'

  William Attridge, b. Durrus, Co. Cork, 1795; mar. Rebecca Hilling, b. Bantry, Co. Cork, 1796); emigrated to USA in 1838
   By Paul T. Atteridg (Silver Creek, CO., 2010) - FHB

B

* BACON: William Bacon lived in Dublin, Ireland in 1639 and soon after 1640 in Salem, Mass.
   From The Essex Antiquarian - Vol V (Salem, Massachusetts, 1901) - OL

* BALL:

   - The Ball - Bruen Genealogy
     'The Balls in Ireland'
     By M. W. Coultrap (Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1938) - FHB
   - Ball Familes of Maryland - A Study
     John Ball from Tyrone moved to Maryland 1686; land called 'Coallen'
     By Claudette Maerz (St. Louis Park, Minnesota, 1995) - FHB

* BARNIVALE, BARNWALL: Barnivale

   descendants include Sir Reginald Barnewall of Crickstoun Castle and Thomas [Barnewall], Viscount Trimlestown; extract from 'The Roll of Battle Abbey' in 'The Patrician' Vol I
   By John Burke, Esq. (London, 1846) - OL - Barnwall baronets in: WikipediaBaron Trimlestown in: Wikipedia

* BARR: Michael Matthew Barr

   landed proprietor in Pennsylvania, d. N.C.; Lineage Book (p.211)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

* BARRAN: John Barran, a native of Ireland, mariner, lived in Salem, administratrix appointed of his estate 1783

   - Probate records
  From The Essex Antiquarian - Vol VII (Salem, Massachusetts, 1903) - OL

* BARRETT: Capt. Patrick Barrett
   b. Ballyknock, Downfeeney, Co. Mayo, 1832; mortally wounded at Williamsburgh, Virginia, 1862 aged 30; mar. Ellen Sophia Colman, 1 dau. Mary Coleman Barrett, b. Dunkirk, 1860; extract from 'A Record of the Descendants of Robert Dawson, of East Haven, Connecticut'
   By Charles C. Dawson (Albany, New York, 1874) - OL

* BARRYE: John Barrye, late of Ireland now of Ipswich, was appointed administrator of the estate of his kinsman William Balden of Gloucester (or, Ireland), tailor, Sept 2 1717

   Probate records.
   From The Essex Antiquarian - Vol V (Salem, Massachusetts, 1901) - OL

* BASSENET: Query on Family of Edward Bassenet of Eaton

   the first married Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin
   By D. X. Notes and Queries No. 86 (London, 1851) - OL

* BATEMAN: Bateman

   discussion of Bateman families of Kilbrittain, Bandon, Co. Cork; excerpt from 'The Maternal Ancestry of Mary Rae Thompson' p. 15
   Related families: Elkins, Magher or Meigher, Sullivan, Curry
   By John E. D'Anieri (Canada? 2009?) - FHB

* BLAYNEY: Maud, daughter of Evan Blayney of Castle Blayney

   m. Ievan Teg (or the Handome) of Dolbran and had a son; from 'Genealogical Notes'
   By James P. Parke; Townsend Ward (Philadelphia, 1898) - OL

* BOLTON: Query regarding Theophilus Bolton, Archbishop of Cashel

   in the early part of the last century; from 'X. X.'
   From Notes and Queries Vol III No. 64 (London, 1851) - OL
   Reply in No. 65 from H. Cotton, Thurles

* BROWN: Charles, son of Thomas Brown, late of Ireland, baptised 1725/6

  From The Essex Antiquarian - Vol XI (Salem, Massachusetts, 1907) - OL

* BRYAN: Honorable James William Bryan

   son of Lawrence Bryan and Catherine Powers, natives of Ireland; b. Millersburg, bourbon county, Kentucky, 1853; from 'Martin Genealogy, Vol I, biographical sketch XXXII'
   By Thomas Arthur Hay (New York City, 1911) - OL

* BUNBURY: Isabella, dau. of Abraham Bunburry of Kilfeacle, Co. Tipperary

   b. 1799, d. 1882; mar (1) Major Hamilton George Maxwell, Indian Army, 1 son, 1 dau.; mar. (2) Gen. Sir. Abraham Roberts, G.C.B., 1 dau.; extract from Maxwell of Ardwell in 'Descent and Alliances'
   By Charles Croslegh, D.D. (London, 1904) - OL

* BURGH, de BURGH: Burgh

   extract from 'The Roll of Battle Abbey' in 'The Patrician' Vol I
   By John Burke, Esq. (London, 1846) - OL


C
* CAMPBELL: John Campbell 1674 - 1741
   of Lancaster Co. Pennsylvania; Lineage Book (p.23)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

* CAVENDISH: Lady Mary Cavendish not of the same family as Sir Henry Cavendish

   Reply to Query by C Notes and Queries No. 86 (London, 1851) - OL

* CHADWICK: Birth of Sir Andrew Chadwick in Ireland

   Reply to Minor Query by F. R. R., Notes and Queris No. 74 (London, 1851) - OL

* CHUTE: A Genealogy of the Chute Family in America
   with some account of the family in Great Britain and Ireland
   By Wm. E. Chute (Salem, Massachusetts, 1894) - IA

* CHRISTIE:

   Alexander Christie of Aberdeen, a quaker, who settled in Moyallan, Co. Down, d. 1722 in a Review in: The Genealogist Vol II (London, 1878) - IA

* CLARKE, BERMINGHAM, PATRICOT, O'PATRICK: Patrick Clarke de Dromantin

   arrivee d'Irlande en 1711; also Femille Brindejonc de Bermingham; famille Patricot (O'Patrick) all mentioned in 'La Famille de Baritault'
   by Patrice du Puy (Paris, 2010) - FHB

* CLEMENS: The Clemens Family Chronology 1610 - 1912

   List of records for 'upwards of one hundred different Clemens family lines... from Germany, Holland, England, Wales and Ireland'
   By William M Clemens (New York, 1914) - OL

* CLOGSTON: Request for information on Clogstons who came from North of Ireland to New Hampshire
   from Dr. Harwood, Chasm Falls, N.Y.
   From The Essex Antiquarian - Vol I (Salem, Massachusetts, 1897) - OL

* COCKAYNE: Some Account of the Family of Cockayne
   Lords Viscount Cullen (of Donegal)...; 'Topographer and Genealogist' - Vol III
   By G. E. Adams, Lincoln's Inn (London, 1858) - OL

* COCKBURN: The Records of the Cockburn Family

   some mention of Irish branches incl. Rev. Wm. Cockburn, Archdeacon of Ossory; Shanganagh Castle, Bray
   By Sir Robert Cockburn, Bart.; Harry A. Cockburn (London, Ediburgh, 1913) - OL

* COLDEN: Cadwallader Colden

   b. Ireland, 1688; extract from 'De Peyster and Watts'
   By J. W. De Peyster (USA, 1854) - OL - Cadwallader Colden in: Wikipedia

* COLHOUN: Enquiry re Early Members of Colhoun Family of Co. Donegal

   Irish Emigration Database

* COWDEN: Mathew Cowden 1707 - 1773

   of Paxtang, Pennsylvania, Justice; Lineage Book (p.184)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

* CREANE: Request for Information

   Simon Creane's arms and wife's name; dau. Eleanor Creane mar. Hon Oliver Lambert son of the first Earl of Cavan
    By Y. S. M. Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 11 (London, 1856) - IA

* CROSBY: Crosbys in Queens County, Meath, Tyrone

   extract from 'A Crosby Family'   By Nathan Crosby (Lowell, Massachusetts, 1877) - OL

* CUSACK:

   - 'An Historical Memoir and Genealogy of the ancient and Illustrious House of Cusack in the Kingdom of Ireland' written in French by Chevalier O'Gorman mentioned in: Proceedings of the RIA Vol III (Dublin, 1847) - The Genealogist Vol IV (London, 1880)

D

* De BURGH: Elizabeth De Burgh an Irish heiress - royal connections
   married Lionel, Duke of Clarence; dau. and heir Philippa ought to have inherited the throne of England instead of Edward IV
    By Tee Bee Notes and Queries No. 68 (London, 1851) - OL

* De SCHULEMBERG: Life Peerages

   'Erengard de Schulemberg, Duchess of Munster, in Ireland, was created April 30, 1719...'
   By Tee Bee Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 6 (London, 1856) - IA

* DEAN, DEANE, ODLUM: Records Pertaining to the Hamilton, Dean and Botts Families

   from old family bibles; Richard Deane mar. Mary Odlum in Fullamore, King's County, 1755; 7 children; arrived at New York 1763; extract (p. 160) of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record
   By Theresa Hall Briston (New York, ) - FHB

* DILL: Matthew Dill 1698 - 1750

   Captain, Associated Regiment of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; Lineage Book (p.187)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

* DOWSE: Request for information on Samuel Dowse

   who emigrated from England to Ireland in 1689
   By K - k Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 5 (London, 1856) - IA

* DREIGH, DRY: Irish Dukes

   Reply by Artebus Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 6 (London, 1856) - IA

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* EVELYN: The History of the Evelyn Family
   some who lived in Ireland incl. Richard Evelyn of Dublin, Collector of Revenue of Naas; mar. (1) St. Catherine's Dublin, 1715, Jane Mead, dau. of Benjamin Mead Esq., and sister of Alderman Thomas Mead, Lord Mayor of Dublin in 1758; mar. (2) Elizabeth Cadden, dau. of Francis Cadden, Esq., her tombstone in Irishtown Churchyard reading 'MacCadden'
   By Helen Evelyn (London, 1915) - OL


F
* FAIRFAX: Sir William Fairfax, whose son Sir Thomas was created in 1629 Viscount Fairfax of Emely
   in the Peerage of Ireland; from 'Genealogical Notes'
   By Lawrence Buckley Thomas (Baltimore, Maryland, 1877) - OL

* FARRELLY: Hon. Patrick Farrelly of Meadville

   a native of County of Caven (Cavan) in Ireland who d. at Pittsburgh on his way to Congress, 1826; his family; extract from 'Family Memorial of the Spicer family'
   By Elisha Thayer (Hingham, 1825) - OL - Other Irish mentioned in this book: Jacob Patrick, Sr., b. Kirkpatrick, Coleraine; Henry Conboy's father b. in Ireland; Catherine Collins b. Tyrone; James Nolan, b. Wexford, 1814; James Scott of Scotch-Irish descent b. Tyrone? 1822; Mattie Wilson; Mr. Surpless of German, French and Irish descent

* FITZGERALD: Irish Knights of St. John of Jerusalem

   1536/6 5 Fitzgeralds executed at Tyburn
   By J. G. N. Notes and Queries Series 2 No. 9 (London, 1856) - IA - For more Irish Knights of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem see Wikipedia:
   Leonard Greenham Star Molloy, D.S.O., M.P., b. Naas, 1861;
   General Sir Garrett O'Moore Creagh, V.C., G.C.B., G.C.S.I., b. Cahirbane, Co. Clare;
   James Hamilton, 3rd Duke of Abercorn

* FITZPATRICK: General Fitzpatrick, b. 1749 d. 1816

   second son of John, Earl of Upper Ossory
   From Notes and Queries No. 78 (London, 1851) - OL

* FOLLIOTT:  Request for Information

   Where can I find pedigree for Lord Folliott of Ballyshannon (extinct)
   By Y. S. M. Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 11 (London, 1856) - IA - Reply by Alfred T. Lee

* FRANCIS: Sketch of Francis Family

   Very Rev. John Francis, Dean of Leighlin and descendants; extract from 'Memoranda relating to the Mifflin Family'
   By John Houston Merrill (Printed for Private Distribution, Philadelphia, 1890) - OL

G

* GALBRAITH:  Request for Information
   1. Who was Rev. Humphrey Galbraith, James Leslie's grandfather?
   2. Who was James Galbraith, of Magraclin, Co, Donegal, M.P. for St. Johnstons
    By Y. S. M. Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 11 (London, 1856) - IA

* The Genealogical Magazine - Vol IV

   some mention of Irish people and families
   By The Genealogical Magazine (London, 1900 - 1901) - OL

* GIFFORD: James Gifford, son of Samuel Gifford of Belfast

   and Rosanna Fraser; mention of Frazer, Duncan, Gibsonextract from 'A Record of the Descendants of Robert Dawson, of East Haven, Connecticut'
   By Charles C. Dawson (Albany, New York, 1874) - OL

* GOODWIN, COOKE, GERALD or FITZGERALD, GILES, HANDCOCKE, HIBBARD, JONES, LUTHER, LAWNDEY, MERRICK, PERRY, PINNE, VAUGHAN, WALTERS, WANDRIK: Traders' Tokens issued in Youghal

   with notes on the issuers; extract from 'Trade Tokens issued in the Seventeenth Century - Vol II'
   By George C. Williamson (London, 1891) - OL

* GORDON: Gen. James Gordon of Ballston, New York

   b. Killead, Co. Antrim; mar. Mary Ball; d. 1810; from 'History of the Ball Family'
   By Leonard Abram Bradley (Printed Privately, New York, 1916) - OL

* GOUGH: Tour of Ireland in 1813 and 1814 by 'An Englishman'

   actually written by John Gough, of Society of Friends, bookseller in Meath Street, Dublin
   By [Greek writing] Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 14 (London, 1856) - IA

* GRAHAM: Request for Information

   on Rt. Hon William Graham son of Alderman John Graham of Drogheda
   By Y. S. M. Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 11 (London, 1856) - IA

* GRAVES:

   - Graves of Waterford in: 'The Family of Graves' by Sir John Maclean, F.S.A. in: The Genealogist Vol IV (London, 1880) - IA

* GRAY, ORMOND: Gray Genealogy

   Families of Gray Genealogy; Among the emigrants, 140 families, who came from the North of Ireland in 1718, to Boston, was on John Gray (p. 150); Descendants of Robert Gray b. 1697 in Ireland of Scotch parentage (p.156); Matthew and William Gray settled Union City Pennsylvania; James Gray, weaver from north of Ireland mar. abt. 1690; Israel Gray (p.175); Prof. Elisha Gray (p.185); A. M. Gray of Herkimer, N.Y., Robert Gray, d. Londonderry, Ireland, 1744 (p.285); James Gray, b. Bangor, Co. Down, 1781 (P.286); Samuel Kerr Gray (p. 284); Eliza Ormond (p. 302); Colonel George Gray of New York, a native of Co. Tyrone (p.313)
   By M. D. Raymond (Tarrytown, New York, 1887) - FHB

* GRAY: Gray, Maker, Ramsdell

   John Maker mar. Molly Gray, who is said to have been of a wealthy Irish noble family, and ran away from home, coming to America
   From The New Hampshire Genealogical Record Vol IV (Dover, New Hampshire, 1907) - IA

* GREELEY: Milton Family 1800 - 1993

   Ann Greeley, b. Orinmoor, Co. Galway, 1835; mar. Peter Milton at Chicago; 11 children; other Greeley relatives in Chicago
   By Donald Edward Patrick (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1993) - FHB

* GRIERSON, GREER: Short Account of the Grierson Family
   Section on the Irish Griersons; some mention of Greer in Ireland; typewritten with handwritten corrections, comments
   By Robert Grierson (Scotland? early 20th century?) - IA

* GRIERSON: Constantia Grierson

   Request for information on 'this remarkable Irish lady'
   By C. M. C. Notes and Queries, Series 2 No. 10 (London, 1856) - IA - Reply by W. H. W. T. 

H

* HADLEY: Simon Hadley 1676 - 1756
   of New Castle, Delaware; Justice; Lineage Book (p.146)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

* HAMILTON: Anne Hendricks Hamilton, dau of Thomas Hamilton

   who was son of David Hamilton and Margaret Carlisle of Belfast, Ireland who had emigrated to America in 1762; from 'Scruggs Genealogy'
   By Ethel Hastings Scruggs Dunklin (New York, 1912) - OL

* HARDINGE, GOUGH: Fragments of Family History

   Ancestry of Lords Hardinge and Gough; extract from 'The Patrician'
   By John Burke, Esq. (London, 1846) - OL

* HARMAN: Request for Information

   arms of Sir Thomas Harman, Knt., grandfather of Very Rev. Cutts Harman, Dean of Waterford?
   By Y. S. M. Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 11 (London, 1856) - IA

* HEARN, HEARNE: Hearne of Savannah, Georgia

   who came from Waterford; extract from 'Addenda, Hearn History' p. 799; also Rev. William Edward Hearn, Rector of Kilderbrumberton, Co. Cavan, p. 803
   By William Thomas Hearne (USA, 1912) - FHB

* HEATH, MARSHALL: Rear-Admiral William Heath, mar. Rebecca Marshall

   of Fahan House, Co. Donegal; extract from Heathiana; follow links to 'Fahan'
   By Sir William Richard Drake, F.S.A. (Privately printed, London, 1881) - IA

* HERBERT: William Herbert of Muckross on the Lakes of Killarney

   was President of the Bank and Mayor of Alexandia, Maryland; from 'Genealogical Notes'
   By Lawrence Buckley Thomas (Baltimore, 1877) - OL

* HERRING: The North Carolina Herrings

   descended from John Herring, b. North of Ireland 1684; d. Lenoir County, 1760; extract from Lineage and Tradition
   By Ree Herring Hendrick (USA 1916) - OL

* HOUSTON: Houston family

   descendants of John Houston, Scotch-Irish from Co. Antrim; extract from 'Memoranda relating to the Mifflin Family'
   By John Houston Merrill (Printed for Private Distribution, Philadelphia, 1890) - OL

I

* Indexes to Irish Wills Vols. IV, V
   By W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L.; Gertrude Thrift (London, 1913?)
   Vols I, II, III are listed in: Other Resources - Wills, Deeds

* INGOLDSBY, INGLESBY: Ingoldsby Genealogy

   mention of Irish with these names
   By Frederick W. Ingalsbe (Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1904) - OL

* Irish Brigade

   Query on 'Capitulations'; any history published?
   By 'K' Notes and Queries No. 80 (London, 1851) - OL - More books on this subject are listed in: Military

J

* JOHNSON: Sir William Johnson Baronet
   b. Ireland abt. 1714; Styled the 'Indian Tamer'; extract from 'De Peyster and Watts'
   By J. W. De Peyster (USA, 1854) - OL

* JONES: Mary Jones m. Thomas Lloyd

   she was dau. of Colonel Roger (or Gilbert) Jones of Welshpool, Governor of Dublin in reign of James II, who defeated the Marquis of Ormond 1649? she d. 1682 and was first person bur. in Friends' Burial Ground, Philadelphia; from 'Genealogical Notes'
   By James Parke; Townsend Ward (Philadelphia, 1898) - OL

* JOY: Mention of Notable Joys of Ireland

   also Irish Joy families who emigrated to America
   From Thomas Joy and His Descendants (New York, 1890) - OL


K
* KEARNEY, MIHILL, NEVE, PEENE, PRINCE: Traders' Tokens issued in Cashel
   with notes on the issuers; extract from 'Trade Tokens issued in the Seventeenth Century - Vol II'
   By George C. Williamson (London, 1891) - OL

* KELLY: Request for Information

   Who was Captain Kelly whose dau. Sarah mar. James Lyster?
    By Y. S. M. Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 11 (London, 1856) - IA

* KISSACK: Seed of Isaac
   A Family history of the Kissacks of the Isle of Man; mention of Kissacks in Ulster
   By Reginald Kissack (Douglas, 1983) - FHB

L
* Le FANUVerses addressed by Etienne le Fanu
   some mention of the Dublin family; Journal of the Huguenot Society of London
   By Etienne le Fanu (Privately printed for the Society, Aberdeen, 1902) - IA


   Some mention of Irish Lyon and Lyons families
   By Reg Lyon, Lyon's Families Association of America (UK? 1999) - FHB

Mc
* McCOY: James McCoy, d. 1801
   of Uniontown, Pennsylvania; Lineage Book (p.150)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

* McKEE: William McKee 1732 - 1816

   Captain of Rockbridge Co, Virginia; Lineage Book (p.105)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

* McMICHAEL: Thomas McMichael son of James and Susan McMichael, b. 1849

   near Isle of Inch near Londonderry; mar. Lydia Paul Shoemaker; 2 children; extract from 'The Hallowelll - Paul Family History' ; bottom of p.96
   By Mary Paul Hallowell Hough, A.M., M.D.; Anna Hallowell Penrose (Philadelphia, 1924) - FHB

* McSHANE: Francis McShane 1717 - 1800

   Commissioneer in Hunterdon and Essex Counties, N.J.; Lineage Book (p.149)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

* McSPARRAN: The Old Narragansett Glebe

   James McSparran was the son of Archibald McSparran who came from the North of Ireland; from The Narragansett Historical Register Vol I
   By Esther B. Carpenter (Hamilton, Rhode Island, 1882 - 1883) - OL

M

* MAHON: Mahon Family Lineage Clarified
   By Sean Neary (Letter to the Editor of Independent, Dublin, 2012) - webpage

* MARSH: Some Notice of Various Families of the Name of Marsh

   See March of Wiltshire, subsequently Ireland
   By George E. Cokayne (Exeter, 1900) - OL

* MARTIN: Henry James Martin, Esq., M.R.C.S. of a French Huguenot family

   which emigrated 1685 to Drogheda, Co. Louth; extract from 'A Crosby Family'
   By Nathan Crosby (Lowell, Massachusetts, 1877) - OL

* MASTERS, MOORE, QUIGLEY, RENOLDS, REYNOLDS: Traders' Tokens issued in Carlow

   with notes on the issuers; extract from 'Trade Tokens issued in the Seventeenth Century - Vol II'
   By George C. Williamson (London, 1891) - OL

* MEANS: Robert Means from Protestant Ireland

   mar. dau. of Rev. David McGregor of Londonderry located in Amherst; extract from 'A Crosby Family'
   By Nathan Crosby (Lowell, Massachusetts, 1877) - OL

* MELOY: Henry Molloy mar. Anna Dawson in Southington, Connecticut, 1798
   son of Edward Meloy, b. Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, 1734; 5 children; extract from 'A Record of the Descendants of Robert Dawson, of East Haven, Connecticut'
   By Charles C. Dawson (Albany, New York, 1874) - OL

* The Milesians

   Query from W. R. M., Notes and Queries No. 79 (London, 1851) - OL - Replies by Hibernicus and Kerriensis No. 83


   on wife of Colonel Stephen Moore of Clonmel
    By Y. S. M. Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 11 (London, 1856) - IA

* MURRAY: Mention of a declaration of the presbytery of Ballymena, Ireland in relation to Rev. John Murray

  From The Essex Antiquarian - Vol XI (Salem, Massachusetts, 1907) - OL


N
* NELSON: William Nelson 1735 - 1804
   served with Braddock's Army 1755Lineage Book (p.271)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

* NICHOLSON, NICOLSON: Family of Dr. Wm. Nicholson, Bishop of Derry

   who d. 1727 and his nephew Rev. James Nicholson, rector of Ardrahan, Co. Galway, d. abt. 1776
   By Andrew Nicholson, Notes and Queries No. 74 (London, 1851) - OL

O

* O'BRIEN: Maria Wright O'Brien, b. Germantown, Pennsylvania, 1818
   mar. Fernando Cortes Candee, 1842; Maria was dau. of William O'Brien, b. Carlow, 1792 and Anne Greaves, b. Bernah, Co. Tyrone, 1798; extract from 'A Record of the Descendants of Robert Dawson, of East Haven, Connecticut'
   By Charles C. Dawson (Albany, New York, 1874) - OL

* O'BRIEN: Michael Morgan O'Brien

   who in 1780 was a dealer in Continental rum, a prosperous merchant... native of Ireland... appointed U.S. Consul to Algiers in 1804; extract from 'Memoranda relating to the Mifflin Family'
   By John Houston Merrill (Printed for Private Distribution, Philadelphia, 1890) - OL

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* PEMBERTON: John Pemberton's wife b. Newton Clanebois, Ireland
   Friends; settled at Abington; descendants; from 'Genealogical Notes'
   By James P. Parke; Townsend Ward (Philadelphia, 1898) - OL

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* A Quaker Family through Six Generations
   The Passmores in America - an English family
   Mention of Irish: Elizabeth Carleton Shackleton; John Farlow; John, James, sons of James Oglevee from Northern Ireland; widow Agnes Patterson (nee Passmore?); Josiah Kirk descended from Roger Kirk; Ellen Jane Richey, dau. of James Richey and Eliza Nichol; Christopher Pennock of County Cork; Joseph Dickinson of Donegal
   By Robert Houston Smith (Lewiston, New York,  1992) - Borrow this book from OL

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* RICHARDSON:  Request for Information
   first name of Richardson of Rick Hill, Co. Armagh?
   By Y. S. M. Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 11 (London, 1856) - IA
   Reply by Alfred T. Lee

* RIDGE:  Request for Information

   who was Major John Ridge of Abbeytown, Co. Roscommon whose relict mar. Sir James Dillon, Knt.?
    By Y. S. M. Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 11 (London, 1856) - IA

* ROSS: Alexander Ross 1682 - 1748

   colonizing agent in Frederick County, VirginiaLineage Book (p.202)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

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* SEMPLE: Genealogical History of the Family Semple from 1214 to 1888
   Mention of Sir James Semple of Letterkenny whose dau. mar. Sir Francis Hamilton whose dau. mar. into the noble House of Southwell who now possess the estate; William Semple who fled Scotland from persecution to Ireland; Robert Semple in 1755 prosecuted a claim to the family estate of Carbery in Ireland
   By William Alexander Semple (Hartford, Connecticut, 1888) - FHB

* SHAKESPERE, PORTYNGALE: Comptrollers of Customs in the Port of Youghal

   By J. F. F. Notes and Queries No. 86 (London, 1851)

* SINCLAIR:  Request for Information

   Who was Sir James Sinclair, father of Rev. James Sinclair of Hollyhill, Co. Tyrone?
    By Y. S. M. Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 11 (London, 1856) - IA

* SMITH: James Smith, signer of the Declaration of Independence

   b. Ireland abt. 1720 also James Thomas Smith, soldier, journalist, b. Ireland, 1847; Lieutenant in Union forces;  extracts from 'Origin and History of the Name of Smith'
   By Unknown author (Chicago, 1902) - OL

* STERE, STEER: A 'Way' Family History

   William Steer a Quaker family from the north of Ireland who emigrated to Pennsylvania; also Nathaniel and Dorothy Cartmill; Robt. Turner of Queen's County mar. 1665
   By Clifford L. Stere (Canfield, Ohio, 1997) - FHB

* STEVENSON: William Stevenson, d. 1809

   of Statesville North Carolina; Lineage Book (p. 111)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

* STRATTON, STRATFORD: Stratton, Lord Baltinglass

   Stratton is a misprint for Stratford; query, editor's reply
   By H. C. C. Notes and Queries Series 2 No. 12 (London, 1856) - IA - Reply by F. H. 

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* TORRENCE: Hugh Torrence 1701 - 1784
   b. Co. Londonderry, d. Franklin Co. Pennsylvania; Lineage Book (p.21)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

* TOWNSEND:  Request for Information
   who was Colonel Richard Townsend ancestor of Mr. Townsend of Castle Townsend, Co. Cork; wife's name?
    By Y. S. M. Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 11 (London, 1856) - IA

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* Vancouver Island War Brides Association
   Lists of WW1 and WW2 brides arriving in Canada - mostly English but some Irish
   By the Association (Vancouver Island, 2011?) - FHB

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* WALKER: Samuel Walker 1714 - 1793
   a soldier in Augusta County, Virginia Colonial Militia 1742; Lineage Book (p.29)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

* WARREN: Request for Information

   Richard Warren, Esq. whose only child Elizabeth mar. Anthony Lyster of Lysterfield, Co. Roscommon, Esq.
    By Y. S. M. Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 11 (London, 1856) - IA

* WELDON: Weldon Family - Request for Information
   from Sir A. Weldon, Bart., Kilmorony, Athy; from 'Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica' Vol II 4th Series
   By W. Bruce Bannerman, F.S.A. (London, 1908) - OL

* WILSON: McLain Family History

   Elizabeth Wilson b. abt. 1759 in Ireland, d. Muskingum, Ohio
   By Allen Donald Tallman (Bountiful, Utah, 1995) - FHB

* WILSON: William Wilson 1722 - 1801

   of Virginia; Lineage Book (p.144)
   By Alice C. Hendricks, National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists - Vol VIII (Washington, D.C., 1949) - FHB

* WYBROW:  Request for Information

   arms of Richard Wybrow of Punchinstown [Punchestown?], Co. Kildare, d. 1720?
    By Y. S. M. Notes and Queries 2nd Series No. 11 (London, 1856) - IA

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* YOUNG, YOUNGE: The Young Family
   Discussion of deeds mentioning Young and Younge of Dublin; 'The Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine' Vol I
   By Susa Young Gates (Salt Lake City, ) - IA

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* BARRINGTON: Extracts from the Diary of Edward Barrington of Fassaroe, Bray, Co. Wicklow
     with Memoir by his daughter Selina ffennell
     By George Barrington; ed. by his dau. Amy Barrington (Dublin, 1916) - irishtimes.com list of Family Histories for 'Barrington'; copy in NLI

* BLENNERHASSETT: Pedigree of the Blennerhassetts
   Manuscript held at Trinity College Library, Dublin

* Book of English and Irish Pedigree

   translated from Authentic Irish Manuscripts
   By Dermod O'Connor (Belfast, 1819) - Linen Hall Library catalogue 1917

* BOYLE: Memoirs of the life of the Right Honourable Charles, late Earl of Orrery

   and likewise of the family of Boyle; similar vols.
   By Eustace Budgell (London, 1734) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919; copies in Linen Hall Library, Belfast; Trinity College Library, Dublin; Dublin City Library

* BUTLER: Some account of the Family of Butlers
   but more particularly of the late Duke of Ormond, the Earl of Ossory...;Similar book
   (London, 1716) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919; copies in Linen Hall Library, Belfast;  Trinity College Library, Dublin

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* CALDWELL: The de Coville Family of France
   Cauldwell family of Scotland - their English, Irish and American descent
   By Mrs. Leonora Caldwell Benson Hill (Washington, D.C., 1913) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919; microfilm copy in New York Public Library

* CHICHESTER: Pedigree of Sir John Chichester

   with an abstract of the title of Lord Spencer Chichester and his eldest son Sir Arthur Chichester to the Manor of Dunbrody, Co. Wexford Manuscript (1546) - Linen Hall Library catalogue 1917

* COLE: The Genealogie or Pedigree of the Right Worshipfull and Worthie Captaine Sir William Cole of the Castell of Eneskillen in the Countie of Ffirmanaugh in the Kingdome of Ireland knight

   By Sir William Segar, Garter and William Penson, Lancaster (copy from original roll, Private print, London? 1870) -  Library of Congress catalogue 1919; copy in New York Public Library

* COLLET: Mary Collet, dau. of George Collet of Clonmell, Ireland

   mar. Christopher Pennock (Quaker?)
   By Caroline Pennock, delineator (Philadelphia, 19--?) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* COOTE: Historical and Genealogical Record of the Coote Family

   in the Peerage of Ireland
   By Rev. A. de Vlieger, M.A. (Lausanne, 1900) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919; copy in Trinity College Library, Dublin

* CORRY: Belmore, the Lowry Corrys of Castle Coole 1646 - 1913

   By Peter Marson (Belfast, 2007)
   - copy in Dublin City Library
   'The History of the Corry Family of Castlecoole' by the Earl of Belmore in: Irish Family Histories - Castle Coole in: WikipediaEarl Belmore in: Wikipedia

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* DUCKETT: Family of Duckett of Duckett's Grove, County Carlow
   Ducketts Grove in: Burke's Landed GentryWikipedia

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* FALKINER: A Pedigree with Personal Sketches of the Falkiners of Mount Falcon
   By Frederick Balwin Falkiner (Dublin, 1894)
   An Index to the above by Valarie Albert (Magna, Utah, 2006) - FHB

* FINDLATER: Alexander Findlater (1797 - 1873)

   food and drink merchant - Alexander Findlater in: Irish GravesMount Jerome Cemetery

* FITZMAURICE: George Fitzmaurice, Playwright

   (1877 - 1963) - George Fitzmaurice in: Irish GravesMount Jerome Cemetery

* FLEETWOOD: An Irish Branch of the Fleetwood Family

   Reprinted from the Genealogist N.S. Vol XXIV, Apr, 1908
   By Sir Edmund T. Bewley (Exeter, 1908?) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919; copy in Dublin City Library

* FRENCH: John French of Braintree Massachusetts

   Notes on the Frenches in connection with France, England, Ireland, Scotland and the United States
   By A. D. Weld French (only 300 copies, Boston, 1885) -  Library of Congress catalogue 1919; microfilm and offsite copy in New York Public Library

* FRY: Annals of Major Oliver Fry, R.A.

   formerly of Frybrook, Boyle, Co. Roscommon (1773 - 1868)
   By William Harloe Phibbs Fry (limited number for family circulation, London, 1909) - Whyte's auction of the James Fenning collection of antiquarian books, Dublin, 2012

* FULLER: Fuller Pedigree

   An example of the 'Trente deux quartiers' in heraldry; Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 2nd Series., V, XVI p. 88 - 89
   By J. F. Fuller (Cork, 1910) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

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* GALWEY: The Galweys of Lota
   (Cork) with preface by His Grace the Lord Primate of all Ireland
   By C. J. B. Bennett (Dublin, 1909) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919; copies in Cork City Library; Dublin City Library; Trinity College Library, Dublin; Linen Hall Library, Belfast

* GARVEY: Genealogical Memoranda relating to the Families of Garvey, Blennerhassett, Shortall, and de Poujade

   possibly of Armagh castle?
   Reprint from Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica N.S. Vol IV (London, 1883) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919; copy in New York Public Library

* A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Ireland

   By Sir Bernard Burke (London, 1904, 1912, 1958) - Snippet view of 1912 ed. on GB; 1899 ed. available in Nobility and Landed Gentry

* GORDON: Gordons in Virginia

   with notes on Gordons of Scotland and Ireland
   By Armistead C. Gordon (300 copies, Hackensack, New Jersey, 1918) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919; copy in New York Public Library

* GRAVES: Robert James Graves, Surgeon

   1796 - 1853 - Robert Graves in: Irish GravesMount Jerome CemeteryWikipedia

* GRIFFITH: Sir Richard Griffith
   geologist; known for 'Griffith's Valuation' - a valuable tool for genealogists - Sir Richard Griffith, 1st Baronet (1784 - 1878) in: Irish GravesMount Jerome Cemetery - Wikipedia
   Griffith's Valuation in: Wikipedia

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* HEARD: A Pedigree of the Family of Heard
   chiefly of the County Cork
   By Gilbert King, Esq. (London, 1892) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* HOVENDEN: Lineage of the Family of Hovenden - Irish Branch
   a reprint of two pamphlets issued some years since by a member of the Irish family; Hovendens of Queen's County; Thomas Hovenden of Tankardstown, d. 1657; his son John Hovenden, the Forfeitor; Thomas Hovenden, the Innocent, testator of 1695
   By Amicus (R. Hovenden) (London, 1892) - Library of Congress catalogue; Grenham 'Tracing your Irish Ancestors' - 4th ed. p.316

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* Ireland's Memorial Records 1914 - 1918
   being the Names of over 49,000 Irishmen who fell in the Great European War
   By The Committee of the Irish National War Memorial; decorative borders by Harry Clarke (100 copies Dublin, 1923)

* Irish Family History

   Part II Clan Eoghan, or Eoghanachts, descendants of Eoghan More or Eugene the Great
   By Richard Francis Cronnelly (Dublin, 1864) - advertisement in Part I; also Library of Congress catalogue 1919

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* JACKSON: The Family of Michael Jackson, emigrant from Ireland
   Citizen of Hartford County, Connecticut
   By Horace Mortimer Jackson (Kansas City, 1909) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* JEPHSON: History of the Jephson Family

   from an old ms. 1786 descent and connection with the most noble and illustrious families in Ireland and England
   Printed by J. Davies (Bath, 1870) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

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* KAVANAGH: The Genealogical Table of the Clan Kavanagh
   Journal of Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 4th Ser. Vol. II (Dublin, 1874) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* KENNEY: Pedigree of the Family of Kenney of Kilclogher, Co. Galway

   extracted from Burke's 'Landed Gentry' with additions
   By J. C. Fitzgerald Kenney (Dublin, 1868) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919; see 'Royal Descents' in Irish Family Histories - Pedigrees

* Kirk: Thomas Kirk (Sculptor, 1791 - 1845)

   Thomas Kirk in Find A Grave - Irish Graves - Mount Jerome CemeteryWikipedia

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* The Landowners of Ireland
   An Alphabetical List of the Owners of Estates of 500 acres or £500 valuation and upwards in Ireland, with acreage and valuation in each County
   By U. H. H. de Burgh (Dublin? late 19th century?) - Snippet view on GB

* LEVINGE: Jottings of the Levinge Family

   complete edition
   By Sir Richard G. A. Levinge, Bart. (Dublin, 1877) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919; see Irish Family Histories for earlier work by same author

* LOVE: Love - A Partial History of the Families of Joseph Love, of Augusta County, Virginia, and his brother, Samuel Love, originally from Ireland

   By Mrs. E. L. Connally (Atlanta? 190-) -  Library of Congress catalogue 1919

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* MACLAY: The Maclays of Lurgan
   descendants of Charles and John Maclay who came to America 1734
   By Edgar S. Maclay, M.A. (Brooklyn, New York, 1889) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* MacLOUGHLIN: The MacLaughins of Clan Owen - a Study in Irish History

   By John Patrick Brown (Boston, 1879) - snippet view on GB

* MACNAMARA: The Pedigree of John Macnamara, esquire, with some family reminiscences

   added The Pedigrees of MacConmara of Moin-ui-g Cianachta (Co. Clare)... Macnemara, counts of France
   By R. W. Twigge, F.S.A. (Ireland? 1908) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

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* McCARTHY: A Historical Pedigree of the Cliochd Feidhlimidh the MacCarthys of Cleannacroim [Co. Cork]
   from Carthach, twenty-fourth in descent from OilIoll Olum to this day
   By Daniel MacCarthy (Glas) (Exeter, 1880?) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* McCLARY: A Sketch covering four generations of the McClary family

   beginning with the immigration of Andrew McClary from Ulster in 1726
   By Horace P. McClary (Windsor, Vermont, 1869) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* McDONNELL, MacDONNELL: The ancient Franciscan friary of Bun-na-margie, Ballycastle

   Co. Antrim, associated with family of MacDonnell, Earls of Antrim
   By Francis Joseph Bigger (Belfast, New York, 1898) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* McWILLIAMS: A Family History - Vols I, II

   Williams (McWilliams) and Corbett families from Ireland
   By George L. Williams (Privately Printed, Port Washington, New York, 2006) -  Vol II previously available on HT


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* MAGENNIS: Notes on the Family of Magennis
   formerly lords of Iveagh, Newry and Mourne in the Kingdom of Ulidia, Ireland
   By Edmund Francis Dunne (Salt Lake City, Utah, 1878) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

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* MATTHEW: Genealogy of the Earls of Landaff of Thomastown, Co. Tipperary
   Ancestry of Arnold Harris Matthew; Appendix The Ancestors and relatives of the 1st Earl of Llandaff's mother Mary Matthew's
   By Rev. Murray A Matthew (Dublin? 189-?) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* MILWARD: Pedigree of Milward, of Tullogher and Ballynelinagh, Co. Kilkenny

   By C. Milward (London, 1880) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* MORRISON: Sir Richard Morrison - Architect

   1767 - 1849; Sir Richard Morrison in: Irish GravesMount Jerome Cemetery - Wikipedia

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* NEEDHAM: Tables of Descendants of Francis Jack Needham
   12th Viscount, first Earl of Kilmorey
   By Robert Needham Cust; Beatrice Frances Cust (Hertford, 190-?) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

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* O' DEMPSEY: An Account of the O'Dempseys, Chiefs of Clan Maliere
   By Thomas Matthews (Dublin, 1903) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* O'Kief Coshe Mang, Slieve Lougher and Upper Blackwater

   including parish registers, reprints of Smith's histories of Cork and Kerry and the Annals of the Four Masters, transcriptions of gravestone inscriptions, copies of Marriage and Death notices
   Family History Library Catalog - familysearch.org
   Index to Cork material
   Index to Kerry material
   Cork Past and Present - Cork City Council - Lordship of Coshmaing in: Wikipedia

* O'NEILL: The O'Neills of Ulster

   their History and Genealogy; illustrations; some notices of northern septs; introduction by Francis Joseph Bigger
   By Thomas Mathews (Dublin, 1907) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* O'SULLIVAN: Genealogical Notes relative to the Family of O'Sullivan

   reprint from Betham's Baronetage of England (London, 1805) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* OWEN: Jacob Owen (1778 - 1870, Architect, Engineer)

   Jacob Owen in: Mount Jerome Cemetery

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* PHIPPS, PHIP: Notes on Phipps and Phip families
   of England, Ireland, the West Indies and of New England
   By S. T. Weston (Lahore, 1911) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* PIGOTT SANDES: History of the Family of Sandys of Cumberland
   Afterwards of Furness in North Lancashire, and its branches in other parts of England and Ireland
   By Edward Seton Sandys (Barrow, 1930) - Description only in: Google BooksSearch this book in: Ancestry.co.uk (subscription required?)

* PILKINGTON, KIRWAN: Harland's History and Pedigrees of the Pilkingtons

   branches in Queen's Co., Westmeath, Kildare; Kirwan family of the Galway tribes; Appendix of Irish deeds registered; first published as 'Genealogy of the Pilkington Family of Lancashire' 1875 - see also revised ed. 1912
   By R. G. Pilkington (4th ed. 125 copies, Dublin, 1906) -  Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* POLLOCK: A Record of the Descendants of John James, Charles and Samuel Pollock

   who emigrated from Ireland to Pennsylania abt. 1750
   By Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden (Harrisburg, 1883) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* POYNTZ:

   - Query from C.P.S. regarding Poyntz of Brenock, Co. Armagh and also of Toby Poyntz, M.P. for Newry 1639 - 1641 in: The Genealogist Vol II (London, 1878) - IA

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* REDMOND: Genealogical Chart of the Redmond Family
   mention of Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland 1859
   Coat of Arms of Gabriel O'C. F. Redmond (Dublin? 1882?) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* Register of St. Catherine's, Dublin 1636 - 1715

   By Herbert Wood, M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1908) - Copy in Linen Hall Library, Belfast

* Register of the Liberties of Cashel 1654 - 1657

   Ed. by Hugh Jackson Lawlor; James Mills (Parish Register Society, Dublin, 1907)
   Copy in Linen Hall, Library, Belfast - Extract in: Tipperary Genealogy

* Register of the Liberty of the Deanery of the Cathedral Church of St. Patrick, Dublin

  By Unkown Author (Dublin ?) 

* ROCHFORT, ROCHEFORT: Notes on the History of the Family of Rochfort or Rochefort

   with genealogies of the principal Irish branches of the house
   By R. Rochfort Forlong (Oxford, 1890) -  Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* The Royal Lineage of Our Noble and Gentle Families - Vol III
   By Joseph Foster (Privately Printed, London, Aylesbury, 1883 - 1886) - other vols found

* The Rudkins of County Carlow

   reprint from the Genealogist N.S. Vol XXI p. 145
   By Sir Edmund T. Bewley (Exeter, 1905) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

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* SELFRIDGE: William Selfridge and his wife Agnes emigrated to America
   in the 1600's with son Edward, who was b. Ardstraw, Co. Tyrone, 1701; extract from the Family of Rush...and Brown
   By By raymond R. Brown (Fullerton, California, 1971) - IA

* SHAW: Appendix with genealogical chart of the Shaw family of Counties Tipperary, Kilkenny and Dublin together with other lineal ancestors of GBS

  missing from 'George Bernard Shaw - His Life and Works - A Critical Biography (Authorized)'
   By Archibald Henderson, M.A., Ph.D. (Cincinnati, 1911) - OL
   - described in Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* SHIELDS: Family Album: a Source Book - Vol I
   Scotch-Irish family from County Cork
   By Gloria Brewer Jones (Baltimore, 1984) - Previously available on HT

* Some old Colonial Families of Virginia

   Cro'Martin of Ireland
   By Cynthia Martin Polk (Memphis, Tennessee, 1915) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

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* TAAFFE: Memoirs of the Family of Taaffe
   Pedigree, correspondence of Theobald Taaffe, Earl Carlingford... contains the rare suppressed leaf: p. 195 - 196
   By Karl Taaffe (Not published, Vienna, 1856) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* TOMLINSON: The Family History and Genealogy of Robert Tomlinson and Ellinor Coyle

   of Armagh, Ireland and York County, New Brunswick
   By Marita Gladston () - previously available on FHA

* TRENCH: Trench Pedigree
   By Henry Trench (Dublin? 1878) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

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* Visitation of Ireland Vols. 3, 6
   Lists of Pedigrees
   By Joseph Jackson Howard, Frederick Arthur Crisp (Printed Privately, 250 copies, London, 1898 - 1912?) - Note: Vols. 1, 2, 4, 5 are available in Irish Family Histories - Pedigrees; Vols 3, 5 listed in Linen Hall Library catalogue 1917
* Visitation of Ireland - Six Volumes in One
   List of Pedigrees
   By Joseph Jackson Howard and Frederick Arthur Crisp (Reprint, USA? 1973) - Preview on GB

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* WARBURTON: Memoir of the Family of Warburton, Garryhinch in the King's County
   with proofs of the pedigree hereunto annexed
   By Richard Warburton (Dublin, 1848) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* WHITE: Ancestors and Descendants of Isaac Newton White... - Vols I, II
   Early ancestors include Stephen White and wife Mary Bigger of northern Ireland (Vol I not found)
   By John A. Mead (USA, 1995) - Vol II previously available on HT

* WILLIAMS: A Family History - Vols I, II
   Williams (McWilliams) and Corbett families from Ireland
   By George L. Williams (Privately Printed, Port Washington, New York, 2006) - Vol II previously available on HT

* WINGFIELD: Muniments of the Ancient Saxon Family of Wingfield

   By Mervyn Edward Wingfield, 7th Viscount Powerscourt (London, 1894) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* WOLFE: The Wolfes of Forenaghts, Blackhall, Baronrath, Co. Kildare, Tipperary, Cape of Good Hope, etc.

   also the old Wolfes of Co. Kildare and the Wolfes of Dublin
   By Lieut.-Colonel R. T. Wolfe (2nd Ed. Guilford, 1893) - Library of Congress catalogue 1919

* WRIGHTSON: Family of Wrightson

   Richard Wrightson, a Captain in King William's expedition from whom Alderman Wrightson of Dublin family
   By James Dallas in The Genealogist Vol III (London, 1879) - IA

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