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Add your Clans here ...

PostMon Jul 07, 2014 12:19 am

You want your clan listed? .....Then....If you have material regarding a Clan not yet represented here please post in this section..... feel free to start a NEW TOPIC here for your Clan - admins will be glad to THEN MOVE THAT TOPIC where it belongs along with rest of the clans ..Feel free to ask questions :D..clans will be put into alphabetical order!
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PostThu Jul 10, 2014 8:36 pm

Any more clans wanted added?
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PostFri Jul 11, 2014 3:26 pm

Could you please add the Quigg clan. Thanks
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PostFri Jul 11, 2014 3:54 pm

Yes joe will do great to have you aboard :)
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PostFri Jul 11, 2014 11:53 pm

josephquigg wrote:Could you please add the Quigg clan. Thanks

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PostSat Jul 12, 2014 12:21 am

Christ i forgot ...thanx aoife
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PostSun Jul 13, 2014 5:45 pm

Facts of records
From 1864, any person whose marriage was to be celebrated by a Roman Catholic clergyman was required to have the clergyman fill out a certificate containing the information detailed below, and forward it within three days of the marriage to the Registrar. In practice, as had already been the case for other marriages from 1845, the clergyman simply kept blank copies of these certificates, filled them in after the ceremony, and forwarded them to the Registrar.

It is still important to remember, though, that legal responsibility for the registration actually rested with the parties marrying, not the clergyman.

The information to be supplied was:

the date when married;
the names and surnames of each of the parties marrying;
their respective ages;
their condition (i.e. bachelor, spinster, widow,widower);
their rank, profession or occupation;
their residences at the time of marriage;
the name and surname of the fathers of each of the parties;
the rank, profession or occupation of the fathers of each of the parties.e
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PostSun Aug 17, 2014 8:58 pm

Il put them up not Betty
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PostSun Aug 17, 2014 9:49 pm

do you have lots of material Betty, so that you need subforums for both clans? Or would threads do? Threads you can start yourself :)
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PostSun Jan 11, 2015 7:44 pm

Hi I have researched my family back to my great grandfather Hugh Devine who came over to Scotland but I do not know from where I have read in the singer Sydney Devines (who was a full cousin to my father ) book that he came from Strabane
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PostMon Jan 12, 2015 7:27 pm

Hi gerry would you like to put up what you know of your family tree .. We have a family trees section if you would like me to open a new topic on your own tree ?
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PostThu Jan 15, 2015 3:43 pm

Hi Tricia thanks for your reply I am not sure how to navigate site as yet but I am sure I will learn . My family tree I have research so far is , I am Francis Gerard Devine born Newmains 2/ 9/1954 father John Gemmill Devine born 19/5/1918 my mother Elizabeth (Fullarton) Devine born 6/1/1922 Father side grandfather Francis Devine Died 4/1951 grandmother Mary (Dunnery ) Devine Died 4/1956 grandfather's father Hugh Devine (irish) grandfathers mother Jane ( Gemmill) Devine. Grandmother's father Mathew Dunnery grandmothers mother Harriet Dunnery.Mothers side grandfather John Fullarton grandmother Alice (Donnelly)Fullarton grandfather's father James Fullarton grandfather's mother Rose Ann(O`Brown) Fullarton grandmothers father Owen Donnelly (irish) grandmothers mother Mary Ann (Lynch)Donnelly . All routes to Ireland but I am stuck there thanks again
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Rose Ann (o`Brien) not o`Brown





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PostThu Jan 15, 2015 6:34 pm

gerryd » Thu Jan 15, 2015 3:43 pm wrote:I am not sure how to navigate site as yet but I am sure I will learn .


Some hints are to be found here: viewtopic.php?f=6&t=158
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Thank you Aoife
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gerryd » Thu Jan 15, 2015 2:43 pm wrote:Hi Tricia thanks for your reply I am not sure how to navigate site as yet but I am sure I will learn . My family tree I have research so far is , I am Francis Gerard Devine born Newmains 2/ 9/1954 father John Gemmill Devine born 19/5/1918 my mother Elizabeth (Fullarton) Devine born 6/1/1922 Father side grandfather Francis Devine Died 4/1951 grandmother Mary (Dunnery ) Devine Died 4/1956 grandfather's father Hugh Devine (irish) grandfathers mother Jane ( Gemmill) Devine. Grandmother's father Mathew Dunnery grandmothers mother Harriet Dunnery.Mothers side grandfather John Fullarton grandmother Alice (Donnelly)Fullarton grandfather's father James Fullarton grandfather's mother Rose Ann(O`Brown) Fullarton grandmothers father Owen Donnelly (irish) grandmothers mother Mary Ann (Lynch)Donnelly . All routes to Ireland but I am stuck there thanks again



Il put it up now gerry and leave you link to it on here ok
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PostFri Jan 16, 2015 2:01 am

Gerry click on this link below and it will bring you into your family tree
viewtopic.php?f=34&t=399&p=4671#p4671

For future reference go in family trees and yiur name will be there on Tree Topic :D
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PostMon Mar 09, 2015 9:36 pm

I am trying to learn how to navigate this site. My last post didn't show. I want to add Clan O'Neill. I am looking for any info that others may have on my genealogy . My ancestors immigrated to Clay County and Nicholas County, West Virginia in the early 1800's. My 4th or 5th great grandfather was Jeremiah O'Neal born circa 1807 and died in 1844. His son was my 3 great grandfather , John Neal, born 1780 in Virginia and died April 10, 1844. He was married to Mary Ann O'Dell. All I can find out about my 5th great grandfather , Jeremiah O'Neal, is that he was married to Catherine Jones and he immigrated from Cork,Cork, Ireland. His father was Murdoch O'Neil (different spelling from his) , born circa 1700 in County Tyrone and married to Margaret Hill. Story was that he was a wealthy landowner. I have hit a roadblock with he & his son Jeremiah because I have so little info. I plan on devoting more time to research soon. But if anyone recognizes the little history I have, that would be a real blessing.
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PostTue Mar 10, 2015 8:09 pm

cdneal818 » Mon Mar 09, 2015 9:36 pm wrote:I want to add Clan O'Neill.


A whole subforum for Clan O'Neill already exists here: viewforum.php?f=9
If you intended to add an O'Neill family tree instead feel free to click the "new topic" button here: viewforum.php?f=34
As there are already other O'Neill family trees please chose an unambigous title for your tree :)
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PostThu Mar 12, 2015 12:04 am

Ahhh Cindy you are here we found you lol.. Click link aoife put up
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Could you please add the name Turner to the list of clans
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TonyR69 » Tue Apr 07, 2015 9:27 pm wrote:Could you please add the name Turner to the list of clans


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PostMon Apr 13, 2015 3:29 pm

Welcome Tony hope you enjoy our website plenty to read
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Hi Admins,

I would like to know more about my family, Clan McGinn. I have traced my family back to my Great, Great Grandfather Thomas McGinn. He appears in the 1861 British census aged 27. the only other info on that is he was born in Ireland. His death certificate names his parents as John and Ann. I can find no record of them and assume they perished during "An Gorta Mor". I would be grateful for any help you can give.

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weetam1661 » Wed Apr 29, 2015 7:47 pm wrote:Hi Admins,

I would like to know more about my family, Clan McGinn.


Hi Tam,
created a subforum Clan McGill for general information regarding this great Clan here:
viewforum.php?f=51
plus started a new topic in the family tree forum for you to publish your personal family tree as far as you know it already, and hopefully to find some help and elaborate further on it:
viewtopic.php?f=34&t=492
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PostFri May 01, 2015 11:17 am

I think My clan is ready to move ,,,,,not quite sure if I have done it correctly if it is could you move it for me please ?
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PostFri May 01, 2015 6:07 pm

Ann you don't have to out your family tree on this part of website ..you can put it on Family Trees ..or both ..its up to you x
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Aoife » Sun Jul 06, 2014 7:19 pm wrote:You want your clan listed? .....Then....If you have material regarding a Clan not yet represented here please post in this section..... feel free to start a NEW TOPIC here for your Clan - admins will be glad to THEN MOVE THAT TOPIC where it belongs along with rest of the clans ..Feel free to ask questions :D..clans will be put into alphabetical order!


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Tricia » Thu Jul 10, 2014 3:36 pm wrote:Any more clans wanted added?
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Ok Jean Dougan it is
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PostSat May 09, 2015 11:40 am

can you add my clan for me probably more Robbs' than Baxters' Thank You Anne B .... :D
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Will do Anne no problem :D
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]This interesting Irish "clan" surname derives from the Olde Gaelic "O'Leahtobhair", and is often confused with "Lawler", a name which almost certainly has a different origin. Lawlor derives from "Laloir", the most ancient anglicised form, and as such the Clan were prominent landowners in County Leix. In the late 16th century an alliance between the O'Dempseys and some English settlers led to the destruction of the "Lawlors" and their kinsmen the O'Mores, the surviving chiefs being driven out to Kerry, although the names Lawlor and Lalor are still common in Leix in the 20th century. The name means "The descendant of the sick one", which seems a strange etymology for a warlike clan, and may originally have had another meaning entirely. The epicentre of the name is the famous Rock of Dunamase, County Leix. However, in England it is possible that some "Lawlors" derive from the Huguenot (French) "Laulloir", which has almost exactly the same English pronunciation, an example being Pierre Laulloir, a witness at the French Huguenot Church, Threadneedle Street, London on August 28th 1703. As Lawlor the first recording is that of Dennis Lawlor, a witness at St. Anne's Church, Soho, Westminster on February 14th 1719. The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Harry Lalor, which was dated 1577, recorded as the hero of the massacre of Mullaghmar, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth 1, known as "Good Queen Bess" 1558 - 1603. Surnames became necessary when governments introduced personal taxation. In England this was known as Poll Tax. Throughout the centuries, surnames in every country have continued to "develop" often leading to astonishing variants of the original spelling.

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Brill Kevin :D
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PostSat Jul 23, 2016 3:59 pm

Hi Tricia im trying to find more information on a family member Corporal Edward Sharkey the information i have is his army number 2945, 7th Bn.,Leinster Regiment died age 28 on 4th September 1916 wife was Ameila Conway of 8 Colligan Street Belfast .. looking to know more about what happened around his death as he died on 4/9/1916 but world war 1 took place on 3/9/1916 and im looking like war records to see if i can find out how he diedas we are going over to visit his grave and if you would have information on places to stay and see whilst over there Please and Thank you
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PostSun Jul 24, 2016 1:33 am

Britain declared war on Germany 1914

First Name(s): Edward
Surname: Sharkey
Service: British Army
Corps/Regiment: Leinster Regiment
Rank: Private
Service No.: 2945
Service: British Army
Corps/Regiment: Leinster Regiment
Rank: Acting Corporal
Service No.: 2945
Gender: Male
Medal: 1914/15 Star
Medal: British War Medal

2945 Corporal
Edward
SHARKEY
Died of wounds on the 4th September 1916 - Age 28
Rest in peace in Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Ext.


Leinster Regiment 7th Btn.

7th (Service) Battalion, Leinster Regiment was raised at Fermoy in October 1914 as part of Kitchener's Second New Army and joined 47th Brigade, 16th (Irish) Division. They moved to Kilworth in January 1915 and crossed to England in September 1915, undertaking final training at Blackdown. They proceeded to France on the 18th of December 1915 landing at Le Havre and concentrating in the Bethune area. In 1916 they were in action on the Somme during the The Battle of Guillemont in which the Division captured the village and The Battle of Ginchy. In 1917 they fought at the The Battle of Messines and The Battle of Langemark, during the Third Battles of Ypres. In 1918 they were in action on the Somme 1918 suffering very heavy casualties. On the 14th of April 1918 the 7th Leinsters were disbanded at Tincourt with the men transferring to 2nd Leinsters and the 19th Entrenching Battalion.


Edward died of his wounds and as you said buried in France ..il keep digging
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