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IRISH FAMILY HISTORIES A - H
Genealogies and Family Histories A - H
Including links to family history websites
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A
* ACTON: Acton of Kilmacurragh, Co. Wicklow
    By Turtle Bunbury - website - Acton of Kilmacurragh in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Charles Acton (critic) of Kilmacurragh in: Wikipedia

* ADAMS:

   - A History of the Families of Adams and Peers
     Adams of County Cavan
     By the Rev. Benjamin William Adams, D.D., Maxwell Richard William Peers Adams (Calcutta, 1891) - FHB
   - A Genealogical History of the Family of Adams of Cavan, etc
     Reprinted from 'Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica'
     By the late Rev. Benjamin William Adams, D.D.; ed. and revised by Maxwell Richard William Peers Adams (London, 1903) - OL - Adams of Northlands, Co. Cavan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

   Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Vol VII
   By John M. Dickson (Belfast, 1901) - OL

* ALEN: An Account of the Family of Alen, of St. Wolstan's, Co. Kildare

   Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society
   By H. L. Lyster Denny, B.A. (Dublin, 1905) - OL

* ALEXANDER, McCLINTOCK: The Alexander Family of Boom Hall

   Rev. Robert Alexander, b. 1795, and other Notes of the Families of Alexander and McClintock
   By Rev. Robert Alexander; Introduction by Very Rev. R. G. S. King, M.A., Dean of Derry (Londonderry, abt. 1870) - FHB

* ALLEN, ROY: The Allens of Ulster
   John Allen of Killynumber, Kilcronaghan, barony of Loughinsholin, Co. Londonderry; descendants in Ireland and Canada; Appendix on the Roy family of Cookstown, Co. Tyrone
   By R. A. (Canada? 1995) - FHB

* ALLISON: The Allisons of Magillegan and Limavady, County of Londonderry

   and Nova Scotia and New Brunwick; chapter from 'The History of the Alison or Allison Family in Europe and America, A.D. 1135 yo 1895'
   By Leonard Allison Morrison (Boston, 1893) - OL - Allison (surname) in: Wikipedia

* ANTISELL: The Genealogy of the Descendants of Lawrence and Mary Antisell

   ...Including Some Records of Christopher Antisell of Sraduff, Birr, (King's Co.) Ireland
   By Mary Elizabeth Tisdel Wyman (Painesville, Ohio, 1908) - OL - Read a review of this book from 'The Grafton Magazine', Vol I 1908 - 1909 

* ARCHER: An Inquiry into the Origin of the Family of Archer in Kilkenny...

  Transactions of the Kilkenny Archaeological Society
   By Kilkenny Archaeological Society (Dublin, 1867) - HT

* ANDERSON: Descent and Alliances - Anderson, of Killeshandra, Co. Cavan

   family histories of more than 20 related families including Crossley, Coddington and Evans
   Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL

* ANGLIM: Anglim Odysseys - An Anglim Family History

   Anglims in Ireland, England, United States, Australia
   By Christopher Anglim (Silver Spring, Maryland, 2011) - Word doc - LCC

* ANNESLEY: Descent and Alliances - Annesley, of Cloughmagheryeat

   family histories of more than 20 related families including Crossley, Coddington, Stanhope, and Evans
   Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL

* ARMSTRONG: 
The Armstrong Family Tree
   By Brian Russell (UK, early 21st century?) - website

* ARMSTRONG: Chronicles of the Armstrongs

   Many Irish Armstrongs listed
   By James Lewis Armstrong, M.D. (Jamaica, Queensborough, New York, 1902) - OL

* ARRELL: The Arrells of Ulster

   Part III of The Arrol, Arroll and Arrell Families; Castledawson, Magherafelt, Knocklouchrim, Cabragh, Bellaghy; descendants in Northern Ireland, Canada, England, Scotland, New Zealand, Japan and United States
   By John Arrol, Edited by Robert N. Arrol, M.D. (Danville, California, 1994) - IA

* ASHE: Descent and Alliances - Ashe, of Ashfield

   family histories of more than 20 related families including Crossley, Coddington and Evans
   Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL

* ATKINSON: Descent and Alliances - Atkinson, of Cangort

   family histories of more than 20 related families including Crossley, Coddington and Evans
   Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL - Atkinson of Cangort, Atkinson of Ballynewry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* AVERELL, AVERILL, AVERY:
 The Averell Averill Avery Family Vol I - Vol II
   mention of family in Ireland, England, United States
   By Clara A. Avery (USA, 1906) - IA

* AYLMER:

   - The Aylmers of Lyons, County Kildare
     Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society Vol IV 1903 - 1905
     By Hans Hendrick Aylmer (Dublin, 1905) - OL
   - Donadea and the Aylmer Family
     Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society Vol III 1899 - 1902
     By the Rev. Canon Sherlock, M.A. (Dublin, 1902) - OL - Aylmer of Courtown, Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Hendrick-Aylmer of Kerdiffstown in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandSee also: Irish Pedigrees

B

* BAILIE: A History and Genealogy of the Family of Bailie
   of North of Ireland. Also Scotland, United States
   By George Alexander Bailie (Augusta, Georgia, 1902) - IA

* BAILLIE: Descent and Alliances - Baillie, of Innishargie

   family histories of more than 20 related families including Crossley, Coddington and Evans
   Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL - Bailie of Ringdufferin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BARBER: Genealogical History of the Families

   Histories of the Scotch-Irish and of the Presbyterians in the Revolutionary War
   By Newton Whitfield McConnell (Tennessee? 19--) - Borrow from OL

* BARCLAY: The Dublin Branch of the Barclays of Ury

   from The Barclays of New York : Who they Are and Who They Are Not, - and Some Other Barclays
   By R. Burnham Moffat (New York, 1904) - OL

* BARRY: Barry and Allied Lines

   Gorham, Russell, Fitzgerald, O'Brien, Winter
   By Jerome Arthur Ringrose (For Private Circulation, London, 1914) - FHB

* BARTON:The Family of Barton

     Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society
     By the Rev. Canon Sherlock (Dublin, 1905) - OL - Barton of Straffan House, Co. Kildare by Turtle Bunbury - websiteBurke's Landed Gentry of IrelandBarton of Glendalough House in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandHistory of Straffan House and the Barton Family in: K Club websiteK Club in: Wikipedia

* BEERE:
 Beere of Dublin
   By Turtle Bunbury - website

* BELLINGHAM: Descent and Alliances - Dawson and Bellingham

   family histories of more than 20 related families including Crossley, Coddington and Evans
   Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL - Castlebellingham in: Wikipedia

* BERESFORD: The Beresfords' Origin and Arms

   The Ancestor No XII
   By J. Horace Round (London, 1905) - IA - Beresford (surname) in: Wikipedia

* BEVAN: Bevan of Co. Limerick

   By Brian de Breffny (Dublin, 1986?) - LCC

* BEWLEY:

   - The Beginning of the Bewleys
     extract from The Ancestor No IV
     By O.B. (Westminster, 1903) - OL - Bewley's in: Wikipedia
   - The Bewley Heritage
     some mention of Irish branch of the Bewley family
     By Donald Dean Parker, Sr. (Brookings, South Dakota, 1947) - FHB

* BINGHAM: Genealogy of the Bingham Family

   including Binghams of Irish descent
   By Theodore A Bingham, M.A., (Yale) (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 300 copies, 1898) - IA

* BINGHAM: Memoirs of the Binghams

   including the Earls of Lucan and the Barons of Clanmorris
   By Rose E. McCalmont (London, 1915) - IA - Bingham (surname) in: WikipediaBingham of Bingham Castle in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BLACK: The Black Family

   Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Vol VIII
   By Isaac W. Ward (Belfast, 1902) - OL - Black (surname) in: Wikipedia

* BLACK: Black - A Family History

   Andrew Black, b. York Road, Belfast, 1904
   Related families: McNiece, Brownlee, Liddell, Higgins, Nesbitt, Crawford, Simpson, Ervine or Irvine or Erwine, Meharg
   By Andrew Brownlee Black (Newtownabbey, Co. Antrim, 1994) - FHB

* BLACK: A Clerical Tradition: The Story of the Black and Related Families

   in Scotland, Ireland, USA and Australia
   By Robyn Jessiman (Wagga Wagga, 2001) - FHB

* BLACKER:

   - The Family of Blacker of Carrickblacker in Ireland
     By Latham C. M. Blacker (Dublin, 1901) - FHB
   - Descent and Alliances - Blacker, of Carrick Blacker
     family histories of more than 20 related families including Crossley, Coddington and Evans
     Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL - Bible notes on the Blacker Family in: The Genealogist Vol III; Blacker of Carrickblacker and Woodbrook in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandOneilland East in: Wikipedia

* BLAKE: Blake Family Records, 1600 to 1700
   ...together with a brief account of the fourteen ancient families of tribes of the town of Galway...
   By Martin J. Blake (London, 1905) - OL - This book is reviewed in the 'Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society', 1906;Blake in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandWikipedia

* BLAKE: 
The Blakes of Menlo Castle
   By Turtle Bunbury - website - Menlo in: Wikipedia

* BLAYNEY: The Family of Blayney

   Notes relating to The Blayney Family of Montgomeryshire and Ireland
   By E. Rowley-Morris (reprint from the Montgomeryshire Collections, London, undated) - FHB

* BLENNERHASSETT: Disconnected Blennerhassett Families in Ireland
   By Bill Jehan (Ireland? 2011) - website - Blennerhassett of Ballyseedy, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandBlennerhassett of Kells, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland; Blennerhassett in: Wikipedia

* BOLTON: Bolton Families in Ireland

   with their English and American Kindred
   By Charles Knowles Bolton (Boston, 1937) - IA - Bolton of Mount Bolton, Co. Louth in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland; Bolton of Castle Ring, Co. Louth in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland; Bolton of the Island, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BOMFORD, NORTH:
 The Bomford Family of Ireland and Allied Families
  By Peter Bamford (pdf version 2005) - website (The Irish Bomfords 1617 to the Present) - See also Irish Bomford Family Trees including the Irish family of North

* BOURKE, O'NEILL: The Ancestors and Descendants of James Bourke, Co. Clare and Anne O'Neill, Co. Limerick

   being the 2nd mar. for Bourke in Montreal, Quebec, 1848; 1st to Mary Donovan; descendants in Ireland, USA
   By James Burke (Syracuse, New York, 2007) - FHB

* BOWMAN: Genealogy of the Malcolm and Bowman Families of Carrickfergus

   Family Papers in the Irish Emigration Database

* BOYD:

   - Boyds of Loughros Point, The Rosses, America, Australia and New Zealand - Vol I - Vol II
     Co. Donegal; 20 family outlines, thousands of descendants
     By James Wilson Devitt (1,972 pages, Pittsburg? 1994) - FHB

* BOYLE:

   - Memoirs of the Lives and Characters of the Illustrious Family of the Boyles
     particularly of the Late Eminently Learned Charles Earl of Orrery
     By Eustace Budgell (London, 1737) - OL
     also an impartial Account of the Life, Character... of Rt. Hon. Henry Boyle, Speaker of the Hon. House of Commons... twelve times sworn on of the Lord Justices of Ireland
     By Philo-Patriae (Dublin, 1754) - OL

* BRADSHAW: The Bradshaws of Bangor and Mile-Cross in the County of Down

   Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Vol. VIII; continued p. 54
   By Francis Joseph Bigger (Belfast, 1902) - OL

* BRENNAN, BRENNEN, BRENNENN: Brennen Family Chronicles

   Families from Counties Down and Antrim. Some other surnames: Miller, Gibson, Palmer, Earls, Kerr. Descendants in Ireland, Australia and New Zealand
   By Christopher Earls Brennen (1991) - FHB

* BRERETON: Brereton a Family History

   ...of England, Ireland, and America
   By John Brereton (San Francisco, 1919) - IA - Brereton of Rathurless, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BRONTE:

   - The Brontës in Ireland
     Or, Facts Stranger the Fiction. Illustrated
     By Dr. William Wright (New York, 1893) - OL - This book was reissued by the Bronte Society Irish Branch in 2004 with a Foreword by Ruth Baker and an introduction by Edward Chitham
   - In the Footsteps of the Brontes
     incl. 'The Bronte Irish Ancestry'
     By Mrs. Ellis H. Chadwick (London, 1914) - OL - Patrick Bronte in: Find A Grave - Irish Graves - Wikipedia

* BROSNAN: Brosnans of Glounlea, Co. Kerry

   John 'Sean Buidhe' Brosnan, b. abt. 1750; mar. Currow, Co. Kerry, 1790, Ellen O'Connor; 6 children
   By Donald Patrick Brosnan (Published and bound privately, Scartaglen, Co. Kerry, 1988) - FHB

* BROWN: Family Tree Relating to the Brown Family of Ballywalter

   Co. Down; descendants in Ireland, Canada, U.S.A., South Africa
   By Mr. Frederick Brown (Ballywalter, 2013?) - Irish Emigration Database

* BROWNE CLAYTON: 
Browne Clayton of Browne's Hill Co. Carlow
   By Turtle Bunbury - website

* BROWNRIGG: The Spedding Family

   in England, Ireland (Ballynamudagh, Windgates, Co. Wicklow), Australia and New Zealand
   Surnames in Ireland (Spedding Family): FitzGerald, Adamson, McCabe, Livesey, Deey, Hutchinson, Buckley, Brownrigg, Cunningham, Neeson, Foster, Abraham, John, Moriarty
   Brownrigg Family: Alcock, Annesley, Redmond, Springett, Hyde, Graham, Watson, Craig, Noyes, Worthington, Cosgreve, Symes, Brandon, Burroughs, Stanley, O'Dwyer, Maghallin, Mostyn, Collison, Owen, Plunket, Key, Lynch, Bentham, Hewson, Coddington, Tottenham, Nott, Cahill, Nugent, Warren, Siree, Halahan, Taylor, Hunt, Sweeney, Wheeler, Quin, Esmonde, Hardy, Lyndon, Meade
   By Captain John Carlisle D. Spedding (Dublin, 1909) - OL

* BRUCE:

  - Bruces Settled in Ireland Descended of Newtoune
  - Bruces of Downhill
     extracts from 'Bruces of Airth and their Cadets'
     By Major William Bruce Armstrong (Printed for Private Circulation Edinburgh, 1892) - OL
   - An Account of the Bruces of Newtoune - Continuation
     and the Irish Branch descended of that House, and now Representing it in the Male Line
      By W.B.A. in: The Genealogist Vol III (London, 1879) - IA - King Edward Bruce in: Irish GravesBruce of Benburb, Co. Tyrone in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandBruce of Miltown Castle, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BUNBURY:

   - Bunbury of Cloghna and Cranavonane near Leighlinbridge, Co. Carlow
   - Bunbury of Johnstown, Co. Carlow
   - The Bunbury Family - The Mclintock Bunburys of Lisnavagh
     By Turtle Bunbury - website - Bunbury of Cranavonane, Co. Carlow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BUNCE, TEAPE: Teape - A Genealogy

   with special reference to those outside the U.S.; descendants in Ireland, England, Australia, New Zealand; Elizabeth Bunce mar. John Pepperal Teape, 1816
   By Jesse H. Day (Athens, Ohio, 1983) - FHB

* BURKE: 3,500 Years of Burkes

   England, Ireland, America
   By Eugene, Lois and Bob Burke, illustrated by Amy Burke (Oklahoma City, 1988) FHB - Burke of Ballydugan, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandBurke of Ower (now Teeling), Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandBurke (now Maxwell) of Issercleran, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandBurke of Springfield, Dalkey, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BUTLER: The Butlers of County Clare
   By Sir Henry Blackall, Q.C. LL.D. (Ireland, 1952/3) - CCL

* BUTLER: Ballintemple: Dark Knights, Blue Bells

   By Turtle Bunbury - website

* BYRNE: 
The Byrne Family of County Wicklow
   By Carol ByrneDwight A. Radford (Oakland, 2010) - website



C
* CAIRNES, CAIRNS: A History of the Family of Cairnes or Cairns and its Connections
   Scottish planters in Ireland; family includes John Cairnes, M.P. for Augher, Sir Alexander Cairnes, Bart. M.P. for Monaghan, the WestenrasLords RossmoreElliotEdwards family, GoreEarls of CastlestuartMontgomeryMooreLawlor, etc.
   By H. C. Lawlor (London, 1906) - OL

* CALDWELL: The Hume and Caldwell Families in Fermanagh

   Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Vol. V; Gleanings for former Fermanagh Articles
   By the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Belmore (Belfast, 1899) - OL

* CAMERON: Descent and Alliances - Somerville and Cameron

   family histories of more than 20 related families including Crossley, Coddington and Evans
   Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL

* CAMPBELL: Descent and Alliances - Campbell, Ravara near Belfast

   family histories of more than 20 related families including Crossley, Coddington and Evans
   Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL

* CARDEN: Descent and Alliances - Carden, of Carden - Irish Line

   family histories of more than 20 related families including Crossley, Coddington and Evans
   Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL - Carden of Barnane, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandCarden of Fishmoyne, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CAREW: The Origin of the Carews
   The Ancestor No V
   By  J. Horace Round (London, 1903) - IA - Carew of Ballinamona Park, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CARROLL: Extract from the Carroll Tree

   of Moira, Co. Down; American Visitor's Quest
   By Thomas Henry Webb (Belfast, 1912) - Irish Emigration Database quoting PRONI quoting Belfast Evening Telegraph

* CARSON: The Carsons of Ballybay, Co. Monaghan

   By David M. Carson (Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, 1990) - FHB

* CARSON: A Short History of the Carson Family

   originally of Monanton, Tullycorbett, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan
   By James Carson, son of Isaiah Carson (Belfast, 1909) - FHB

* CHENEY: The Cheney Family

   Queries; Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society
   By Lieut.-Colonel G. H. Johnston (Dublin, 1905) - OL

* CHADWICK: The Chadwicks of Guelph and Toronto and their Cousins

   family in Ireland, England, Wales, Michigan, Canada
   By E. M. Chadwick (Privately printed, for family use only, Toronto, 1914) - OL

* CHESTNUT, CHESTNUTT: John Chestnut of County Antrim

   and his descendants in N. Ireland, USA, Canada; b. Ballagmore, Co. Antrim; mar Rachel Wallace; 7 children; 2 children and some grandchildren emigrated to USA, Canada; possibly a Huguenot familiy
   By Elen Chestnutt; Lola Chestnut Higby; Wendell Blaine Chestnut (USA, 1999) - FHB

* CHICESTER: The Irish Branch of Chichesters

   I. Lord Belfast, and Earls and Marquises of Donegal; II. Barons Templemore; excerpt from 'History of the Family of Chichester from A.D. 1086 to 1870'
   By Sir Alex. Palmer Bruce Chichester, Bart. (London, 1871) - OL

* CHUTE: A Genealogy and History of the Chute Family in America

   with some account of the family in Great Britain and Ireland
   By Wm. E. Chute (Salem, Massachusetts, 1894) - OL

* CLAYTON: Clayton Family of Thelwall, Co. Chester: afterwards of St. Dominick's Abbey, Doneraile and Mallow, Co. Cork

   A paper read before the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 1880; also included are many handwritten notes, pedigrees,letters, newspaper clippings and photographs
   By J. Paul Rylands, F.S.A., etc. (Liverpool, 1880) - FHB

* CLELAND: Seven Centuries in the Kneeland Family

   in Scotland, Ireland, America
   By Stillman Foster Kneeland (New York, 1897) - IA

* CLEMENTS: 
Clements of Killadoon, Co. Kildare
  By Turtle Bunbury - website

* CLINTON: The Clinton Family II

   From The Ancestor Quarterly Review of County and Family History, Heraldry and Antiquities No. X
   By Exul (London, 1904) - OL

* CODDINGTON: Descent and Alliances - Coddington, of Oldbridge, Co. Louth

   family histories of more than 20 related families including Crossley, Stanhope and Evans
   Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL

* COCHRAN: Chronicles of the Cochrans

   By Ida Cochran Haughton (Columbus, Ohio, 1915) - OL

* COGHILL: The Family of Coghill, 1377 - 1879

   including Sir John Jocelyn Coghill, Bart. of Glen Barrahane, Castle Townsend; Sir John Coghill, LL.D., Master of the High Court of Chancery in Ireland; Marmaduke Coghill, b. Dublin, 1673, Chancellor of the Irish Exchequer
   By James Henry Coghill (25 copies privately printed for presentation - this copy is annotated, Cambridge, 1879) - FHB - See Monumental Inscriptions in Lucerne in Irish Genealogy ResourcesMarmaduke Coghill in: Wikipedia

* COLE: Family Histories and Genealogies Vol I Part II

   By Edward Elbridge Salisbury, Evelyn McCurdy Salisbury (Privately printed, New Haven, 1892) - OL

* COLE: Genealogy of the Family of Cole
   of the County of Devon and of those of it branches which settled in Suffolk... and Ireland
   By James Edwin-Cole (Printed for private circulation, London, 1868) - GB

* COLLEY: The House of Corkagh
   Illustrated history of a great house, the families who lived and worked there
   By Joe Devine (Dublin, 2003) AAI - Short review of this book on AAI

* COLQUHOUN: Descent and Alliances - Colquhoun, of Colquhoun - Irish Line

   family histories of more than 20 related families including Crossley, Coddington and Evans
   Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL

* COLVILLE: The Colville Family in Ulster

   Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Vol. V; continued p. 202 and subsequent vol(s) (see Journals - General)
   By John M. Dickson (Belfast, 1899) - OL

* COLWELL: The John Colwell Family of Latnadrona, Co. Cavan

   descendants in Ireland and USA
   Related families: Flanagan, Smyth, Galligan, Coyle, Drumm
   By Donald Patrick Brosnan (Tucson, Arizona, 1997) - FHB

* CONDON: The Condons of Clonleigh, Barony of Condons and Clongibbons

   from Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society; continued in later editions
   By P. Raymond (Cork, 1892) - OL

* COOPERHistory of the Parishes of Ballysadare and Kilvarnet

   in the County of Sligo. Illustrated
   By T. O'Rorke, D.D., P.P., Archdeacon (Dublin, 1878) - IA

* COPINGER, COPPINGER: History of the Copingers or Coppingers of the County of Cork

   and the counties of Suffolk and Kent, England; Including Pedigree from Stephen Copinger, M.P. for the city of Cork, 1559, Mayor of Cork, 1564 and 1572
   By Walter Arthur Copinger (Manchester, London, 1884) - FHB - Library of Congress catalogue 1919; copy in Cork City Library

* COPPINGER, ROCHE: John Coppinger's Engagement to Mary Katherine Roche

   and other family documents A.D. 1553 - 1555 from 'The Roche Manuscripts' quoted in 'An Olla Podrida; or, Scraps Numismatic, Antiquarian, and Literary - Vol II'
   By Richard Sainthill (London, 1853) - OL

* CORRY: The History of the Corry Family of Castlecoole

   mention of Lowry family
   By the Earl of Belmore (London, Dublin, 1891) - FHB - For The Lowry Corryssee: Not FoundCastle Coole in: WikipediaEarl Belmore in: Wikipedia

* COTTERELL: Cotterell Family

   From a Bible dated 1549 'John Cotterells Book' preserved in the Diocesan Library, Cashel, his children born 1670's and 1680's at Court m Sherry (Courtmacsherry, Co. Cork), Bandon, Co. Cork and Stepney, London quoted in 'Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica' - Vol I
   By Joseph J. Howard (London, 1874) - IA

* County Carlow: Some Account of the Respectable Families

   Surnames of Residents: ASTLE, BAGNAL, BLACKNEY, BROWNE, BUNBURY, BURTON, BUTLER, COLCLOUGH, EUSTACE, EVANS, FELTUS, HAMILTON, HERRING, HILL, KAVANAGH, ROCHE, ROCHFORT, RUDKIN, RYAN or O'RYAN, SHEPARD,STEUART,VIGORS, WATSON, WHELAN
   Extract from ' History and Antiquities of the County of Carlow'
   By John Ryan, Esq., M.R.S.L.(Dublin, 1833) - OL

* COURTENAY: The Courtenay Family in Ireland
   Compiled by Philip Crossle, et. al., Newry, Co. Down, 1904; additional material added by St. John Courtenay III (Arlington, Virginia, 2002) - website

* COWLEY: Some Notice of the Family of Cowley of Kilkenny

   Transactions of the Kilkenny Archaeological Society Vol II 1852 - 1853
   By John G. A. Prim (Dublin, 1855) - IA

* COX: The Cox Family of Ballynoe, County Limerick

   By Noel Murphy (Limerick, 2012) - LCC

* CRAWFORD: The Descendants of Matthew Crawford of Raloo, County Antrim

   b. abt. 1760; mar. Jennett or Janet, 8 children born in Ireland; 4 children emigrated to USA
   By Stewart Baldwin (Auburn, Alabama, 1990) - FHB

* CREICHTON, CREICHTOUN, CRICHTON: Genealogy of the Earls of Erne

   Compiled by John Haughton Steele (Limited to 60 copies, Privately printed, Edinburgh, 1910) - OL

* CROCKETT, De CROCKETAGNE: Genealogical Chart of the Crockett Family

   A Huguenot settled in Ireland; descendants changed name to Crockett; descendants in Ireland, America
   By Mary Lewis Turner (USA, late 20th century) - FHB

* CROFTON: Crofton Memoirs

   An account of John Crofton of Ballymurry, Co. Roscommon... ancestors and descendants
   By Henry Thomas Crofton; Rev. William Ball Wright, M.A.; Helen Augusta Crofton (York, 1911) - FHB

* CROMMELIN: Genealogical Records of Jean Crommelin

   Family of French Protestant refugees in Ireland; part of a collection of inter-related family histories
   By Samuel Small, Jr. (Philadelphia, 1905) - OL

* CROSBIE: 
Viewmount House, Co. Carlow
   By Turtle Bunbury - website

* CROSLE, CROSLEGH, CROSSLE, CROSSLEY: Descent and Alliances

   family histories of more than 20 related families including Coddington and Evans
   Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL

* CULLEN: Descendants and Biographies

   Martin Sheeran and Marie (Mary) Cullen Sheeran, b. Ireland abt. 1803; John Dardis, b. Ireland 1807
   By Betty Brown Sheeran (Fall City, Washington, 2001, 2002) - FHB

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* D'ARCY, DARCY: The Genealogy of the Darcies of Clonuane, in the county Clare, and Kiltolla, in the county of Galway
   descended from the family of Darcies of Platten, county Meath
   By Darcy Burke, D.D. (written 1752, published Dublin, 1796) - FHB - This book is the eBook of the Month for January, 2013 - see short review in Main Index

* d'ARMAND, D'ARMOND, DeARMAN, DeARMENT, DeARMON, DEARMONT, DEYARMON, DeYARMON, DEYARMOHD: DeArmond Families of America and Related Families

   Many references to Irish born relatives
   By Roscoe Carlisle d'Armand (Knoxville, Tennessee, 1954) - IA

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* De BURGH: The de Burghs of Oldtown
   Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society
   By Lieut.-Colonel Thomas J. de Burgh (Dublin, 1905) - OL

* DELAFIELD:

  - The Delafields and the Empire
     Some mention of Delafield in Ireland. The Ancestor No XI
     By Osward Barron (London, 1904) - IA
   - Delafield Family
     Richard de la ffeld received large grants of land in Ireland from King John in 1201; Descendants lived in England and United States
   By John Ross Delafield (USA, 1913) - FHB
   - Delafield Family History - Vol I - Vol II
     Anglo Norman family to 1100 A.D. in Ireland; related families in England, France and a few in the USA
     By John Ross Delafield (Privately Printed, 200 copies, New York, 1945)

* De PENTHENY-O'KELLY: De Pentheny-O'Kelly of Tara

   Letter to the Editor of The Ancestor No V
   By Walter Rye (London, 1903) - IA

* De SOUCHE, De ZOUCHE: The De Souche, or De Zouche, Family

   Claude de Souche of Poitou, with his wife, four children, a brother and 9 other persons fled 1702 and settled in Dublin; descendants emigrated to America; extract from 'Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of London', Vol II
   By John James De Zouche Marshall, L.S.C.S.I. (London, 1889) - IA

* De VALERA:
 Irish Historical Mysteries: Eamon de Valera's Father Vivion Juan de Valera
   By Sean J. Murphy (updated 2008) - website

* De VERDON:

   - The de Verdons of Louth
     The Journal of The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland
     By the Rev. Denis Murphy, S.J., LL.D., M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1895) - OL
   - The de Verdons of Louth
     The Journal of The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland
     By the W. H. Grattan Flood (Dublin, 1899) - OL

* de WOGAN: Mémoire Historique et Généalogique sur La Famillle de Wogan
   Pays de Galles, Irlande et France; in French
   By Le Comte Alphonso Charles Albert O'Kelly de Galway (Paris, 1896) - FHB


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* DARDIS: Descendants and Biographies
   Martin Sheeran and Marie (Mary) Cullen Sheeran, b. Ireland abt. 1803; John Dardis, b. Ireland 1807
   By Betty Brown Sheeran (Fall City, Washington, 2001, 2002) - FHB

* DAWSON: A Collection of Family Records... bearing the name Dawson

   - Family of Henry Dawson of Long Island, native of Dublin
   - Families of James and Thomas Dawson of New York City, born Corlea, Co. Donegal
   - Family of Robert Dawson of Philadelphia emigrated from Ireland
   - Family of Elias Dawson and Elizabeth Morton of Philadelphia, married at the Grange meeting, Charlemont, Co. Armagh
   - Family of James Dawson, Pennsylvania, emigrated from north of Ireland
   - Family of William Dawson, Pennsylvania, native of Dromore, Co. Down
   etc., many more Irish born persons mentioned
   By Charles C. Dawson (Albany, N.Y. 1874) - OL

* DAWSON: Descent and Alliances - Dawson and Bellingham

   family histories of more than 20 related families including Crossley, Coddington and Evans
   Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL


* DAWSON: Genealogy of the Dawson Families of Castledawson
   Family Papers in the Irish Emigration Database

* DEANE, DENE, de DENE, DENNY: The Book of Dene, Deane, Adeane

   A Genealogical History; families in England and Ireland incl. Archbishop Dene, Deane of Torrinure and Berkeley Forest (with pedigree), Deane of Dromore (with pedigree of Lord Muskerry), Denny of Tralee, John Deane of Tully, Roscommon
   By Mary Deane (London, 1899) - OL

* DENNIGAN: 
The Dennigans of Tomiskey - An Outline Family History
   County Longford
   By Tom Coughlan (Ireland, 2009) - website

* DENNY: Tralee of the Dennys
   a chapter in Selections from Old Kerry Records - Historical and Genealogical
   By Mary Agnes Hickson (London, 1872) - OL

* DEVENISH: Historical and Genealogical Records of the Devenish Families

   Of England and Ireland
   By Robert J. Devenish and Charles H. McLaughlin (privately printed Chicago, 1948) - HT

* DEVEREUX: An account of the Anglo-Norman family of Devereux, of Balmagir, County Wexford

   Reprinted from the 'Irish Builder'
   By Gabriel O'Connell Redmond, M.D. (Dublin, 1891) - OL

* DICKSON: Genealogy of the Dickson Family

   ...with notes of the Scottish Emigration to North Ireland
   Edited by William Brown Dickson (Montclair, New Jersey, 1908) - HT

* DINSMOOR, DINSMORE: Among the Scotch-Irish

   With a History of the Dinsmoor, Dinsmore Family of Scotland, Ireland and America
   By Leonard Allison Morrison (Lowell, Massachusetts, 1891) - OL

* DIVINE:
 History of the Devine Family
   Eamon Rue Devine lived Dunfanaghy or Rossgull, Co. Donegal, abt. 1760; James M. Divine, b. Montana 190?
   Compiled by Thomas Edward Divine (New York, 1998) - website

* DONGAN: The Dongan Family in the County of Kildare

   at the commencement of the 17th century; Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society
   By W. FitzG. (Dublin, 1905) - OL

* DONGAN, DUNGAN:

   - Dungan-Cannady
     1470 John Dongan, fishmonger, Baliff, Dublin. Family emigrated first to London 1500's then to Rhode Island in 1600's
   Surnames in Ireland: Dongan, Walsh
   By Bruce Barnes Cannady (USA, 2006) - FHB
   - John Dongan of Dublin
     An Elizabethan Gentleman and His Family; descendants in USA, Ireland, elsewhere
     By Thomas P. Dungan (Baltimore, 1996) - FHB

* DONNELLY: Descendants of Dominick Donnelly of Clogher, Co. Tyrone

   b. 1725 and lived to be 100 years old; mar. Rose McKenna; 5 children; extract from 'Charles Francis Donnelly, A Memoir'
   Surnames in Ireland: O'Sullivan, McNamara, Conway, Ward, McCarthy, Barry, Martin 
   By Katherine E. Conway; Mabel Ward Cameron (For Private Distribution, New York, 1909) - OL

* DOUGLAS: A History of the Douglas Family of Morton in Nithsdale

   and their Descendants in Scotland and Ireland
   By Percy W.L. Adams (Bedford, 1921) - FHB

* DOWNEY: A History of the Protestant Downeys

   of Counties Sligo, Leitrim, Fermanagh and Donegal and their Descendants. Also of the Hawksby Family, Counties Leitrim and Sligo
   By Cairncross C. Downey (New York, 1931) - HT

* DOWNING: Genealogy of the Downing Family... 1509 to 1901
   England, Ireland, United States
   By W. C. Downing (Philadelphia, 50 copies, 1901) - HT

* DREW: The Drews of Dromlohan, Kilcornan, Co. Limerick

   Drew families in Ireland, Australia and USA
   By Carol Baxter (St. Ives, New South Wales, 1996) - FHB

* DREW: Genealogy of the Family of Drew

   Capt. Francis Drew of Drewscliff first settled in Ireland towards the close of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I; purchased the estate of Meanus, Co. Kerry; Pedigree (in Latin); extract from 'Topographer and Genealogist - Vol II'
   Ed. by John Gough Nichols, F.S.A. (London, 1853) - OL

* DUNLEVY, DON LEVI, DONLEVY, DUNLEAVY, DUNLAVEY, DUNLEVEY etc.:A Genelogical History of the Dunlevy Family

   By Gwendolyn Dunlevy Kelley (Columbus, Ohio, Issued for private distribution,1901) - HT

* DURDIN-ROBERTSON: 
Huntington Castle - Chostly Tales and Worthy Fellowships
   By Turtle Bunbury - website

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* EARLS: Earls Family Chronicles
   John Earls m. 1826, Mary McCloy in Glenarm, Co. Antrim; ancestors, descendants and relatives in Ireland, Canada, Australia
   By Christopher Earls Brennen (1991) - FHB

* ECHLIN:

   - Memoirs of the Ancient Familie of the Echlins of Pittadro, in the County of Fyfe, in Scotland, now transplated to Ireland
     By George Crawfurd (late 19th century Dublin (?) reprint of 100 copies for private distribution; Original Glasgow, 1747) - OL
   - Echlin Memoirs
     being a 2nd edition of the above with corrections and additional material
     By Rev. John R. Echlin, M.A. (Dublin, late 19th century for private distribution) - FHB

* EDGEWORTH: The Black Book of Edgeworthstown and other Edgeworth Memories

   1587-1817 Includes Genealogical Tables
   Edited by Harriet Jessie Butler, Harold Edgeworth Butler (London, 1927) - AAI - Short review of this book on AAI

* ELLIOT: Elliot Family

   extract from 'A History of the Family of Cairnes or Cairns'
   By H. C. Lawlor (London, 1906) - OL

* ELLIS, ALIS, fITZ-ELYS, HELLES, etc.: Notices of the Ellises

   of England, Ireland and Scotland
   by William Smith Ellis, Esq. (Not Published, Surrey, 1857) - IA

* EMMET:
 Thomas Addis and Robert Emmet - Vol I - Vol II
   with their Ancestors and Immediate Family
   By Thomas Adddis Emmet, M.D., LL.D. (New York, 1915) - OL

* ESMONDE: An 'Authoritative' Ancestor

   From The Ancestor Quarterly Review of County and Family History, Heraldry and Antiquities No. 1
   By J. Horace Round (London, 1902) - OL

* EUSTACE: Eustaces of Co. Kildare
   County Kildare Archaeological Society
   By the Rev. Denis Murphy, S.J. M.R.I.A. (Co. Kildare, 1892) - OL

* EVERARD: Everard's Castle, now Burntcourt Castle near Cahir, County Tipperary

   RSAI Journal
   By the Rev. John Everard, P.P. (Dublin, 1907) - IA

* EVERARD: Fethard, County Tipperary: ...with some Notice of the Fethard Everards

   RSAI Journal
   By Thomas Laffan (1905) - IA

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* FAHEY: The Descendants of Redmond Peter Fahey and Cecelia Haverty; and John Sweeney and Mary Dineen 1810 - 1984
   540 Descendants in Canada and USA
   also the Descendants of:
   Michael Brett and Ann Scully - 43 descendants in USA
   John Sweeney and Mary Dineen - 436 descendants in Australia, England, Ireland, Venezuela, USA
   Martin Fahy and Mary Morrissey - 102 descendants in Australia, England, Ireland, Scotland, USA
   Bryan Fahy and Margaret - 500 descendants in England, Ireland, Philippines, West Germany, USA
   Philip Fahy and Bridget Cunnane - 78 descendants in England, Ireland, USA
   James Fahey and Margaret Costelloe - 128 descendants in Ireland, USA
   By Verne Raymond Spear (Edition limited to 1600 copies, West Hawley, Massachusetts, 1984) - FHB Note: VERY LARGE FILE!

* FAHY: The Fahys of the Pond

   Roger Fahy b. abt. 1812, and Nora Whelan Fahy, Rine Burren, Co. Clare; descendants in Ireland, USA
   By Kathleen Fay Field (Des Moines, Washington, 1988) - FHB

* FANNING: 
History of the Fanning Family - Vol I - Vol II
   In Ireland and America
   By Walter Frederic Brooks (Worcester, Massachusetts, 1905) - IA

* FENWICK:

   - Letter addressed to Roger Fenwick, Little Isle, Skibbereen
     giving details of family history; quoted in an Appendix to 'The Life and Services of Commodore Josiah Tattnall' by Charles C. Jones, Jr. (Savanah, 1878)
     From Edward Fenwick (London, 1726) - OL
   - Hon. John Fenwick
     a continuation of the above family history adding the marriages from the family record in America; extract from The Tattnall and Fenwick Families in S.C. 'The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine' Vol XIV No. 1
     By D. E. Huger Smith (Charlestown, 1913) - OL

* FIFE: The Descendants of John and William Fife of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania

   b. Fifeshire, Scotland emigrated first to County Tyrone; see Appendix for descendants of Matthew Fife of Castletown, Strabane, Co. Tyrone
   By Joseph Vance (Chester, Pennsylvania, 1960, 1978) - FHB

* FINLAY: The House of Corkagh

   Illustrated history of a great house, the families who lived and worked there
   By Joe Devine (Dublin, 2003) AAI - Short review of this book on AAI

* FINN: 
Finn Family History
   Finns of Aughadown, Co. Cork
   By William Casey (Ireland, Late 20th century?) website

* FITZGERALD: The Earls of Kildare, and their Ancestors

   From 1057 to 1773
   By Charles William Fitzgerald, Duke of Leinster (Dublin, 1862) - OL

* FITZGERALD: Dromana

   The Memoirs of an Irish Family
   By Therese Muir Mackenzie (Therese Villiers Stuart) (Dublin, 1907) - IA

* FITZGERALD:

   - The Origin of the Fitzgeralds Part I - Part II
      From The Ancestor Quarterly Review of County and Family History, Heraldry and Antiquities No. I, II
   By J. Horace Round (London, 1902) - OL

* FITZGERALD, FITZGIBBON: Unpublished Geraldine Documents

   Edited by the Rev. Samuel Hayman, B.A. (Dublin, 1875) - IA


* FITZPATRICK: Descendants of Bryan Fitzpatrick, Lord and First Baron of Upper Ossory
   A Roll of Descendants to the fifteenth generation 1485 - 2000
   By Steve Zalewski, Ronan Fitzpatrick (Dublin and Bend, Oregon, 2002) - FHB

* FLATESBURY: The Family of Flatesbury, of Ballynasculloge and Johnstown

   Journal of the Kildare Archaeological Society
   By Sir Arthur Vicars, Ulster King-of-Arms (Dublin, 1905) - OL

* FONTAINE: A Tale of the Huguenots

   or Memoirs of a French Refugee Family; lived at Cork then Bere Haven, Co. Cork, where they engaged in fishing; some descendants in Virginia, USA
   By James Fontaine; translated by 'one of his descendants' (New York, 1838) - OL

* FORDE: 19th Century records of the Forde Families in the Vacinity of Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo

   By Dennis Ford (Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey, 2000 - 2008) - FHB

* FORKIN: Descendants of the Forkin Family: Village of Culmore, Kilkelly, County Mayo, Ireland

   Descendants in New Jersey
   Surnames in Ireland: Forkin, Dillon, Phillips, Kilkenny, Molloy, Hallaran, Killeen, Swift, O'Grady, Duffy, Horan, Conry, Somers, Halligan...
   By William T. Conry (Freehold, New Jersey, 1997) - FHB

* FORKIN: Kinship of James Forkin

   of Culmore, Kilkelly, County Mayo; mar. Catherine Murtagh, 1837; descendants in Ireland, USA
   By William Thomas Conry (Ireland or USA, early 2000's) - FHB

* FORSYTH, FORSAYTH, FORSAYETH:

   - Forsyth of Nydie
     Forsayth OF Failzerton, Ayrshire, Scotland and Mardyke, Co. Cork; descendants in USA
     By Forsyth de Fronsac (New Market Virginia, 1888) - OL
   - Memorial of the Family of Forsyth de Fronsac
     Family of Forsyth of Failzerton, County Ayr were obliged to leave Scotland and settled in Ireland - descendants in USA; Forsayeth of Whitechurch House, Cappagh, Co. Waterford; related families in Scotland, New Zealand, Canada and USA
     By Frederick Gregory Forsyth de Fronsac (Boston, 1903) - OL - Scottish Clan Forsyth in: Wikipedia

* FOSTER, FORSTER: Foster Genealogy

   see esp. p 50 and following 'Foster of Ballymascanlon'; John Foster M.P. for Co. Louth; Sir Thomas Oriel Forster, Bart. of Coolderry, Co. Monaghan, etc
   By Frederick Clifton Pierce (Chicago, 1899) - IA

* FRENCH: The Families of French of Belturbet and Nixon of Fermanagh, and their Descendants

   By Rev. Henry Biddall Swanzy, M.A. (Printed for private circulation, Dublin, 1908) - OL

* FULTON: Fultons of Lisburn

   with Sketch Pedigree
   By Sir Theodore C. Hope, K.C.S.I., C.I.E. (Printed for private circulation, London? 1903) - OL

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* GABBETT: History of Maunsell, or Mansel, and other families
   Co. Limerick
   By Robert George Maunsell (Cork, 1903) - OL

* GAGE: Gage Families

   including Robert Gage of Ireland
   By Walker Miller Gage (Chico, California, 1922) - OL

* GAILEY: Family Records of the Gaileys and some of their Connections
   By William Gallie (?) (Dublin, 1870) - transcription - Irish Emigration Database

* GALL BURKE: The Family of Gall Burke, of Gallstown, in the County of Kilkenny

   The Journal of the Kilkenny and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society 1860 - 1861
   By John O'Donovan, Esq., LL.D., M.R.I.A., Corresponding Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences, Berlin (Dublin, 1861) - OL

* GARDINER:
 The Gardiner Family, Dublin and Mountjoy, County Tyrone
   By Sean J. Murphy (Co. Wicklow, 2010) - website

* GERMAINE: 
Germaine of Lisnavagh
   By Turtle Bunbury - website

* GILLMAN, GILMAN: Searches into the History of the Gillman or Gilman Family
   Including the Various Branches in England, Ireland, America and Belgium
   By Alexander W. Gillman (London, 1895) - OL

* GORDON: Gordon Family History
   Descendants of Nixon Gordon (1821 - 1902) of Tynan parish, Co. Armagh; Ireland, Australia
   By Unknown author (Australia, late 20th century?) - website

* GORDON: The Gordons of Salterhill and their Irish Descendants

   beginning with Rev. James Gordon of Comber, Co. Down with descendants in Virginia
   By J. M. Bulloch (Privately printed, Keith, Scotland, 1910) - OL

* GOUGH: Story of an Irish Property
   Gort, Co. Galway
    By Robert S. Rait (Oxford, 1908) - IA

   Section of "A Family History comprising the surnames of Gade, Gadie, Gaudie, ..."
   By Hon. Mahlon M. Gowdy (Lewiston, Maine, 1919) - HT

* GRACE:
   - Memoirs of the Family of Grace
     By Sheffield Grace, Esq., F.S.A. (London, 1823) - HT
   - The Origin of the Grace Family of Courtstown, County Kilkenny
     p. 319
   - The Origin of the Grace Family of Courtstown, County Kilkenny (No. 2)
     The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland
     By Richard Langrishe, J.P., F.R.I.A.I., Vice President (Dublin, 1901, 1903) - OL, FHB

* GRAVES: Genealogy of the Graves Family in America Vol I
   Irish Branches also covered
   By John Card Graves, M.A. (Buffalo, New York,1896) - IA

* GREEN: The Family of Green of Youghal, Co. Cork
   being an attempt to trace the Descendants of Simon Green, Merchant; mention of AllinsPratt
   By the Rev. Henry Diddall Swanzy, M.A.Thomas George Hennis Green, M.R.I.A. (Printed for private circulation, Newry, Dublin, 1902) - FHB

* GREENE: Historical Facts and Incidents relating to the Family of Richard Greene
   with particulars regarding his ancestry and ... near relatives; Ireland and Canada
   By his son Josias Greene (Acton, Ontario, 1907) - OL

* GREENE: Pedigree of Richard Greene of 'The Shelleys', Lewes

   Family history of the Irish family of Greene from which he is descended; illustrated
   By Richard Greene (17 copies, Lewes, 1900) - FHB

* GRIBBON, MEYER: The Gribbon Family of Coleraine

   Book II - Gribbon since 1725; Descendants in Ireland, England, Wales, Australia
   By G. Rex Meyer (Beecroft, New South Wales, 1998) - FHB

* GRIERSON, GRIER: Short Account of the Grierson Family

   By Robert Grierson (no details) - FHB

* GROVE, WHITE: History of Kilbyrne, Doneraile

   including the Grove and White Families between 1600 and 1914
   By Colonel J. Grove White, D.L. (Cork, 1915) - FHB

* GRUBB: The Grubb Families of America
   The Irish Family
   By George F.P. Wanger (Pottstown, Pennsylvania, 1863) - IA

* GUINNESS, MAGENNIS: Pedigree of the Magennis (Guinness) Family
   of New Zealand, and of Dublin, Ireland
   By Richard Linn (Christchurch, New Zealand, 1897) - FHB - Arthur Guinness in: Find A Grave - Irish Graves - WikipediaArthur Guinness II (1768 - 1855) - 14 members of the family in: Mount Jerome CemeteryGuinness Family in: Wikipedia

* GUNNING: Three Generations of Fascinating Women
   and other Sketches from Family History. Names mentioned: Talbot, Lennox, Whitworth
   By Lady Russell (London, 1905) - OL

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* HAMILTON: Hamilton - Long Story: Ireland to America
   from Tullyard, Co. Tyrone; William Hamilton mar. Eliza Patterson, 1855; descendants in Ireland, USA, Canada
   by Barbara Ellen (Hamilton) Gillett (McCook, Nebraska, 1992) - FHA

* HAMILTON: Hamilton Memoirs
   being historical and genealogical notices of a Branch of that Family which settled in Ireland in the reign of King James I
   By Everard Hamilton, B.A. (Dundalk, 1920) - IA

* HAMILTON: The Maymore Hamiltons
   Foreword by the Duke of Abercorn
   Compiled by John Leslie Hamilton (Privately printed posthumously, Ballymoney, 2000) - FHB

* HARRISON: Descent and Alliances - Harrison, of Ballymena

   family histories of more than 20 related families including Crossley, Coddington and Evans
   Compiled, Arranged and Annotated by Charles Croslegh, D.D. (Printed privately, London, 1904) - OL

* HARSHAW: James Harshaw's Diaries

   b. abt. 1799, d. 1867; of Ringbane, Donaghmore, Newry, Co. Down
   transcribed from originals in Public Record Office, Belfast by Marjorie Harshaw Robie (Massachusetts, 2012?) - FHB

* HART: The Family History of Hart of Donegal
   Including Irish Harte not proved to be related to the Family
   By Henry Travers Hart (London, 1907) - IA

* HARVEY: Genealogical Memoranda relating to the Family of Harvey
   beginning with William Harvey of Dunmore b. abt. 1674; descendants in England
   By Unknown author (Privately printed, England? 1894) - FHB

* HARVEY, BOYLE: A Journal of a Voyage from Philadelphia to Cork - 1809

   With a Supplement by her Grand-daughter Dora Harvey Develin; pedigree of Henry Harvey of Rathsillah, Co. Kildare
   By Margaret B. Harvey (Philadelphia, 1915) - OL

* HASSARD: Outlines of the History and Genealogy of the Hassards and their Connections

   families in England and Ireland
   By H. S. Hassard (York, 1858) - OL

* HASSARD: Some Account of The Family of Hassard

   with a list of descendants in England and Ireland
   By the Rev. Henry Biddall Swanzy, M.A. (Privately Printed, Newry?, 1903) - FHB

* HAWKSBY: A History of the Protestant Downeys
   of Counties Sligo, Leitrim, Fermanagh and Donegal and their Descendants. Also of the Hawksby Family, Counties Leitrim and Sligo
   By Cairncross C. Downey (New York, 1931) - HT

* HAYES, BROWNE, SMYTH, SHAW: Descendants of Richard Hayes
   Sir Henry Browne Hayes of Vernon Mount, Cork convicted and transported to New South Wales; short pedigree included - website Vernon Mount on: HousetorianIrish Georgian Society

* HAZLITT: 
Four Generations of a Literary Family Vol I - Vol II
   The Hazlitts in England, Ireland and America
   By Carew Hazlitt (London, 1897) - IA


* HEMPHILL: Descendants of William Hemphill
   b. Tyrone 1772; settled in Northampton, New Brunswick, Canada; descendants in Canada, USA; mention of County Antrim Hemphills
   By Annie Currie Dyer (Woodstock, New Brunswick, 1974) - FHB

 * HENNING: The Hennings of Newry

   By Uel WrightNorman P. McClelland (Phoenix, Arizona, 2011) - FHB

* HENRY: The Henry Family of Kildare

   Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society; including pedigree
   By Rev. Canon Sherlock, M.A. (Dublin, 1902) - OL

* HENRY: The History of the Henry Family of "Flower Hill" Ireland
   and their Descendants with Genealogical Sketches
   By Margaret Birdenia Henry, Mattie Henry Miller (Los Angeles, California, 1926) - HT

* HENZEY: Collections for a Genealogy of the Noble Families of Henzey, Tyttery and Tyzack

   (de Hennezel, de Thietry and du Thisac) from Lorraine; Henzey of King's County and Dublin
   By H. Sydney Grazebrook, Esq., F.R.H.S. (Stourbridge, 1877) - FHB

* HERLIHY: The Murphy Herlihy Families 1835 - 1992

   numerous photographs, pedigrees; families from Cork some of whom emigrated to USA
   By Paul CallananLou Murphy (Cork; Santa Clara, California, 1992) - FHB

* HEWETSON: The Hewetsons of Ballyshannon, Donegal

   RSAI Journal
   By John Hewetson (Dublin, 1910) - OL

* HEWETSON, HEWSON: Memoirs of the House of Hewetson or Hewson of Ireland

   1498 to late 1800's
   By John Hewetson (London, 1901) - FHB Library of Congress catalogue 1919


* HICKEY: The John 'Sean Gabha' Hickey Family of Knockduff, Cullen, Co. Cork
   descendants in Ireland, USA, Australia
   other Surnames: Brosnan; O'Connor; Cronin, Looney, Buckley, Howard, Sweeney
   By Donald Patrick Brosnan (Tucson, Arizona, 1998) - FHB

* HOMAN-MULOCK: The Family of Mulock
   Thomas Homan Mulock Molloy, later Thomas Homan-Mulock of Bellair, King's County m. Frances Sophia Berry; 15 children
   By Sir Edmund Thomas Bewley, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S.A.I. (Dublin, 1905) - OL


* HORE, HOARE: Families of Hore and Hoare
   with pedigrees from 1330, unbroken to the present time
   By Edward Hoare, Esq. (London, 1883) - OL

* HUGGARD: The Thomas Huggard Family of Essex County, Ontario

   b. Abbey Lands, Co. Kerry, 1858; descendants in Ireland and Canada
   By R. E. Huggard (Toronto, 2011) - FHB

* HUME: The Hume and Caldwell Families in Fermanagh
   Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Vol. V; Gleanings for former Fermanagh Articles
   By the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Belmore (Belfast, 1899) - OL

* HUNT: 19th Century Record of the Hunt Families

   in the Vicinity of Ballyhaunis
   By Dennis Ford (Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey, 2010) - FHB

* HURLY: Notes on the Cathedral of Emly and the Family of Hurly

   extract from 'The Topographer and Genealogist Vol III; Hurly of Knocklong, Co. Limerick
   By John D'Alton (London, 1858) - OL

* HUSSEY: Dingle of the Husseys
   a chapter in Selections from Old Kerry Records - Historical and Genealogical
   By Mary Agnes Hickson (London, 1872) - OL




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