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  • Genealogical Research in Dublin
    and got the original handwritten records to view Within two hours I had also searched the Surname Index to the 1796 Flax Seed Premium Entitlement Lists aka Spinning Wheel Lists and the 1829 Tithe Applotment Lists for the four names and parishes on my family list At the National Library I started reading Parish Registers on microfilm That was a task The film is difficult to read as would be the originals Some of the ink had completely faded so many records are lost In over two hours I had only looked at about 10 of the film The baptismal records show the childs name and the sponsors only Did not even get to the marriage records I do know that I can get microfilm at the Mormon FHL Monaghan Catholic Registers Another interest in the general history of County Monaghan lead me to a search on the Ordnance Survey done c1838 I was able to get a copy of O Donovan s Letters Containing information relative to the antiquities of the counties of Armagh and Monaghan collected during the progress of the Ordnance Survey in 1835 The Ordnance Survey Memoirs will be published this summer I had a grand

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  • Using the Internet for Genealogical Research - Monaghan and Ulster, Ireland
    your county Hearth Money Rolls Monaghan Maps Google has street views of Ireland Ulster Sites for Family Research Kevin s Cavan Touring Northern Ireland Two great resources for finding ancestors in Ireland are The Tithe Applotment Lists Those on land expected to pay tithes to support the Church of Ireland The lists only include names and parishes The dates for the counties are as follows Antrim 1824 34 Armagh 1825 35 Carlow 1821 37 Cavan 1823 27 Clare 1814 43 Cork 1823 37 Derry 1823 28 Donegal 1825 36 Down 1823 37 Dublin 1823 37 Fermanagh 1823 37 Galway 1824 44 Kerry 1823 37 Kildare 1823 37 Kilkenny 1823 38 Laois Queens 1823 38 Leitrim 1823 38 Limerick 1823 38 Longford 1823 38 Louth 1823 38 Mayo 1823 38 Meath 1823 38 Monaghan 1823 38 Offaly King s 1823 38 Roscommon 1823 38 Sligo 1823 37 Tipperary 1823 38 Tyrone 1823 38 Waterford 1823 38 Westmeath 1823 34 Wexford 1823 38 Wicklow 1824 37 Griffiths Valuation a property assessment of all properties in Ireland took place during the years 1848 to 1864 They began in the south of Ireland and ended in Ulster It lists the lessors not the same as the owner and lessees of all property in the country It is the primary 19th Irish reference in which the poor are likely to be found FHC Film 0844991 Griffith s was actually taken in the counties as follows Antrim 1861 62 Armagh 1864 Carlow 1852 53 Cavan 1856 57 Clare 1855 Cork 1851 53 Derry 1858 59 Donegal 1857 Down 1863 64 Dublin 1848 51 Dublin City 1851 Fermanagh 1862 Galway 1855 Kerry 1852 Kildare 1851 Kilkenny 1849 50 Laois Queen s 1858 60 Leitrim 1856 Limerick 1851 52 Longford 1854 Louth 1854 Mayo 1856 57 Meath 1855

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  • Monaghan History
    County Cavan Ireland History books and journals from and about County Monaghan Monaghan County Library online has a history and genealogy page Monaghan History On this page they have a pdf file Tracing Your Ancestors The Clogher Record published annually in the first quarter of the year Clogher Historical Society Greatest resource for history of the area and their publications Beyond the Big Bridge Paula McGeough Coleman This book has been republished A local history study on Oram a townland area three miles east of Castleblayney in Co Monaghan It contains graveyard inscriptions with maps from 5 cemeteries both Protestant and Catholic It includes writings from children from many local schools in 1938 cures a list of all families names and their origins in this broad area approx 100 local customs Flax corn threshing recreational games of long ago football teams other sporting activities poetry and local verse Paula McGeough Coleman Oram Castleblayney Co Monaghan Ireland Cost 25 Euros plus p p Email for full cost Old Books Thanks to an Irish correspondent I have found and ordered several books by William Carleton and by Patrick Kavanaugh The web site www bibliofind com now Amazon has many member bookstores with great resources Ring Dial The Ring dial was the hedge schoolmaster s next best substitute for a watch As it is possible that a great number of our readers may never have heard of much less seen one we shall in a word or two describe it nothing could indeed be more simple It was a bright brass ring about three quarters of an inch broad and two and a healf in diameter There was a small hole in it which when held opposite the sun admitted the light against the insode of the ring behind On this was marked the hours and the quarters and the time was known b y observing the number of the quarter on whcih the slender ray that came in from the hole in front fell from William Carleton s Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry William Carleton was born in Tyrone and schooled in Monaghan He wrote about these areas in the mid 1800 s Patrick Kavanaugh was born in Co Monaghan and wrote about the area in The Green Fool an autobiographical novel circa 1920 ties Poetry was his forte and he is honored with a sculpture in Dublin The purchases were made at a cost less than the shipping from Ireland At the Ford of the Birches by James H and Peadar Murnane Ballybay Tullycorbet and surrounding areas Published Sept 1999 Cost 30 or 50 including p p Order from Peadar Murnane 7 Main St Ballybay Co Monaghan Ireland Some of the following may be available in larger local libraries around the world Clogher Record published annually since 1953 See Clogher Historical Society The History of the County of Monaghan by E P Shirley 1879 no ISBN A reprint has been made It would also be available at major libraries

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  • Using the Internet for Genealogical Research - Monaghan and Ulster, Ireland
    room here Kennys Bookshop Galway Book Links Online Read Ireland Dublin Irish and Celtic Thingies Irish Myths Legends Ulster History Park Visual History of Human Settlements in Ireland Sad to hear it is closed Irish Telephone Book White Pages Ireland Townland Database from Sean Ruad Irish Times Ancestors Ireland Times Placename Search Currency Converter Check Euros now Gaelic HomePage do you speak Irish Irish Genealogical Foundation in the US Tiara

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  • Irish Ancient Names / Irish Naming Patterns
    signifies the helping warrior and is derived from cu or con as above and cobhair cowir aid The name has been angliciaed Conn and latinized Cornelius and Conquovarus and the root of the sirname Connor O Conor and O Connor Wherever cu a hound commences the name of any chief it means figuratively a swift footed warrior as Cuchonnacht Cuchullan Ulladh ulla sometimes inflected Ullain Irish Ulster Cumidhe Midhe mee Irish Meath Cu Ulladh meaning respectively the warrior of Connaught the warrior of Meath the warrior of Ulster etc It may be here observed that Ulladh meaning the province of Ulster but now represented by the counties of Down and Antrim was so called because it was the territory into which the ancient Ulla were driven by the three Collas in A D 333 The name Cuchonnacht has been anglicised Connor and Constantine CONN latinized Quintus and anglicised Quinn is derived from conn wisdom It is by some derived from cu genitive con a hound or swift footed warrior CORMAC signifies the son of the chariot etc and is derived from corb a chariot and mac a son DIARMAID signifies the god of arms and is derived from dia a god and armaid the genitive plural of arm of arms As an epithet it was applied to a warrior and was equivalent to one of Homer s heroes Dios Krateros Diomedes or The god like fighting Diomede The name has been anglicised Darby Dermod Dermot and Jeremy or Jeremiah and became a sirname as MacDiarmada anglicised MacDermott in Ireland and Mac Diarmid in Scotland DOMHNALL donal is derived from domhan dowan the world and all mighty and is the root of the sirnames MacDonald MacDonnell Daniel MacDaniel and O Donnell DONOCH DONCHA or DONCHU is the root of MacDonough and O Donohue and is by some considered to be derived from donn brown and cu a warrior This name is more properly derived from the Clann Domhnaigh see the MacDonongh pedigree and is anglicised Donogh and Denis in Ireland and Duncan in Scotland EACHMARCACH oghmarchagh and Eachmilidh oghmili have almost a similar signification the former is derived from each a steed and marcach a rider the latter from each a steed and mileadh a hero EIGNEACHAN enehan is derived from eigean force and neach nagh a person and may signify a plundering chief EOCHAIDH is derived from each or eoch och a steed and signifies a knight or horseman It is pronounced Eochy Ohy and Aby This name has been latinized Achaius EOGHAN signifies a young man or youthful warrior and as a personal name has been anglicised Eugene and Owen FEARGAL is derived from fear fhar a man lat vir and gal valour and signifies a valiant warrior This Irish word is the root of the Latin proper name Virgil and of the sirnames O Farrell O Ferrall and Freel it also became a Christian name in some families as Farrell O Rourke etc FEIDHLIM or FEIDHLIMIDH signifies great

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  • Using the Internet for Genealogical Research - Genealogy Resource Links
    sites to learn about techniques for tracing family genealogy Beginning a family search Get all the information you can while you can ancestry com includes early American records Pay Service and SSDI Searches the Social Security Death Master File Interesting resource for US citizens SS started in 1937 The Mormon Church and their Family History Libraries www familysearch org Search the LDS archives CyberTree Genealogy Database FamilyTree Maker many offerings

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  • Cromwellian Adventurers for Land in Ireland - 1642-1646
    Cannockt Babb Bernard Braket Canting Babington Best Branckstead Carpenter Babbington Betsworth Brand Carrill Baily Bewley Breakeing Carter Bainford Biddolph Brenley Carwithen Baker Bidle Brentley Castle Ballam Bdolph Brereton Catlin Ballard Bigg Brereton Caulier Bancks Biggs Brett Chamberlain Page 2 Chambers Crickmore Dyke Ffountain Chandler Crispe Eames Ffountaine Chaveney Croane Earle Ffowler Chaveny Cromwell East Ffox Cheney Crooke Eastwicke Ffrancis Cheny Crossing Eaton Ffranklin Cheswick Crow Eden Ffreeman Chewning Crowley Edlin Ffrench Childe Crowther Edwards Ffrere Chillingworth Dabbe Debbe Elderby Ffyenns Clapham Dacres Eldersy Fish Clapp Daire Eldred Fisher Clare Daniel Elie Fletcher Clarke Darnely Elliot Foster Clay Dashwood Ellis Francis Claydon Davenport Elliston French Clement Daves Elinston Gallile Clerke Davey Emes Galton Clercke Davis Enderbe Gardner Clifton Davy Evans Garland Clotworthy Dawes Evelin Garnall Clutterbuck Dawson Evillin Garnar Clutterbucke Day Ewelin Garner Cobb Deards Ewer Garrard Cocke Deathricke Eyres Garth Coish Debbe or Dabbe Farrington Gastrell Colbron Delany Ffalder Gay Colchester Dennis Ffane Gearing Cole Dent Ffarmer Gerrard Coleman Deskeene Ffarrington Gethinge Coles Diline Ffarthing Gibbs Collect Dingley Ffarwell Giles Collins Disney Ffawne Gill Collyer Ditton Ffeatherton Gipps Combe Dodd Ffielde Gitting Cooke Dornelly Ffenton Gittings Coomb Dover Fferris Glanvill Coombs Dowleing Ffewster Goad Coop Dowleingg Ffigg Goddard Cooper Downe Ffinch Goddesden Corbet Downing Ffisher Godfrey Corke Dowse Fisk Godsden Cornish Dowys Ffiske Gomesden Cory Doyley Ffissenden Good Coulson Drake Fflasher Goodard Cox Draper Fflesher Goodier Coxon Dringe Ffletcher Goodwin Coysh Dryden Ffoard Goswell Crandley Ducane Ffolliot Gouch Crawley Duke Ffoote Gouge Cressy Dun Ffoster Gouing Crew Dupree Ffoulkes Gould Page 3 Gower Hazleburt Hurste Lazinley Gowrdon Hazlerigg Hussey Leader Graant Hearne Hutchins Leaver Grannow Heathcocke Hutchinson Lee Grantham Heathcott Hyland Leete Graves Heathcotte Ingram Legatt Greenhill Heather lrens Lenthall Greensmith Heecocke Isaacke Levering Greenwell Henly Ivatt Levit Gregson Henman Ivery Lewellin Grocer Henson Jackson Lewillin Grove Herrage Jacques Lewin Gulson Herring Jaques Lewis Gunston Heveningham Jeffryes Liffkens Guxton Hiccocke Jenkins Ligh Guy Hickman Jenner Lincolne Haddilove Higgens Jenny Ling Hale Higgins Jessen Linge Hales HIldesley Johnson Lipplate Hall Hill Jones Lisle Hallows Hinde Jordan Litle Hamon Hippesley Joseph Litmaker Hampden Hitchcocke Jurin Littleton Hampson Hoare Keddermister Lloyd Hampston Hobbert Kendrick Locke Hardening Hobson Kendricke Lockier Harding Hodges Kentish Long Hardy Hodgson Keynes Longe Harlnett Hodilow Kilby Lordell Harmon Holland King Lorrard Harrington Holman Kingston Lorring Harris Honnor Kinnaye Loton Harrison Honnywood Kircombe Loughall Harryman Hopping Kirkham Lound Harsnett Hotchkis Kittlebutler Loupe Hart Houghton Knapp Love Harte House Knight Low Hartford Howard Knightley Lucas Harvey Howe Knowles Lumley Harvy Howell Lacey Lunnery Harwell Howlsted Lacy Lyon Hastings Hoxton Lacye Macomber Hatt Hoyte Lake MacWorth Hatton Hubbard Lamb Maherly Haughton Hubbert Lambell Mallock Haule Hublon Lambelle Maltas Haward Hudson Lambert Malthies Hawell Hughes Lamott Man Hawes Hukins Lane Marlow Hawkes Hull Langham Marriot Hawkins Humphreys Langley Marryot Hayden Hunt Laughall Marshall Hayes Hunter Lazingbye Martin Page 4 Martinere Nicholl Pettit Rayment Mary Nicholson Peymoyer Raymoun Masham Nobbs Pheasant Read Massey North Phillips Reade Mastall Northcott Pickering Redferne Mathew Norton Piggott Reene Matthew Nosworthy Pike Regmerter May Nutkins Pim Reynold Maynard O

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  • Travel Ireland - Scenic Views
    Address Your Posty Your name Your e mail Recipient s name Recipient s e mail You will be notified when your recipient picks up the posty Important Check email addresses carefully Posty will not reach the recipient if you sent it to the wrong address Send Preview posty first Recommended You may want to correct something Send without preview Faster Use if you are sure you typed all correctly or

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