Irish Genealogy

Irish Pedigrees (Volume 1)

The first volume of Irish Pedigrees includes the MacDonnells of Antrim, the O'Byrnes of Wicklow, the O'Cahans, the O'Connors, the O'Donnells, the O'Harts, the O'Kellys, the O'Murphys, the O'Neills, the O'Reillys, and the O'Tooles. The pedigrees are divided into sections based on their common ancestor.

  • Heber Pedigrees (MacCarthy, O'Brien, O'Donovan, O'Sullivan, etc.)

  • Ithe Pedigrees (Barry, Nicholson, etc.)

  • Ir Pedigrees (Guinness, Moore, O'Farrell, Reynolds, etc.)

  • Heremon Pedigrees (Harte, Kavanagh, MacDonnell, MacSweeney, O'Brien, O'Byrne, O'Donnell, O'Hart, O'Murphy, O'Neill, O'Reilly, etc.)

Street Directories

Henry Shaw's Dublin City Directory, 1850

Dublin Street Directory, 1862

Ulster Towns Directory, 1910

Essays on Irish Population and Ethnology

1861 Census: Decline in the Population of Ireland

Census of Ireland (1821, 1831, and 1841 compared)

Irish Ethnology

Ancestry.co.uk

Searching for Ancestors in Ireland

County, City & Borough Directories

Antrim 1862

Armagh 1862

Armagh City 1862

Athlone Borough 1862

Bandon Borough 1862

Belfast Borough 1862

Carlow 1862

Cavan 1862

Clare 1862

Cork 1862

Down 1862

Fermanagh 1862

Galway 1862

Kerry 1862

Roscommon 1862

Sligo 1862

Sligo Borough 1862

Tipperary 1862

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Popular Rhymes and Sayings of IrelandPopular Rhymes and Sayings of Ireland

In Popular Rhymes and Sayings of Ireland (first published in 1924) John J. Marshall examines the origin of a variety of rhymes and sayings that were at one time in vogue around different parts of the country, including those which he recalled from his own childhood in County Tyrone. Numerous riddles, games and charms are recounted, as well as the traditions of the ‘Wren Boys’ and Christmas Rhymers. Other chapters describe the war cries of prominent Irish septs and the names by which Ireland has been personified in literature over the centuries. The book is also available as a Kindle download.

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Annals of the Famine in Ireland

Annals of the Famine in Ireland

Annals of the Famine in Ireland, by Asenath Nicholson, still has the power to shock and sadden even though the events described are ever-receding further into the past. When you read, for example, of the poor widowed mother who was caught trying to salvage a few potatoes from her landlord’s field, and what the magistrate discovered in the pot in her cabin, you cannot help but be appalled and distressed.

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Ireland's Welcome to the Stranger

Ireland’s Welcome to the Stranger

This book, the prequel to Annals of the Famine in Ireland cannot be recommended highly enough to those interested in Irish social history. The author, Mrs Asenath Nicholson, travelled from her native America to assess the condition of the poor in Ireland during the mid 1840s. Refusing the luxury of hotels and first class travel, she stayed at a variety of lodging-houses, and even in the crude cabins of the very poorest. Not to be missed!

The ebook is available for download in .mobi (Kindle), .epub (iBooks, etc.) and .pdf formats. For further information on the book and author see details ».

The Scotch-Irish in America

The Scotch-Irish in America

Henry Ford Jones' book, first published in 1915 by Princeton University, is a classic in its field. It covers the history of the Scotch-Irish from the first settlement in Ulster to the American Revolutionary period and the foundation of the country.

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