Ireland

This index page provides links to Irish  blog articles,  family history research,
local history notes,  timelines,  and  transcripts and extracts  featured on this web site. 
This page is a work in progress.

Blog articles:

Family history research:

  • Allett of the parish of Donaghenry, county Tyrone
  • Anketell of Anketell Grove, county Monaghan (related surname)
  • Burke of Claremorris, parish of Kilcolman (Clanmorris), county Mayo
  • Campbell, Gordon, & M'Kay of Lislea, parish of Kilrea, co. Derry
  • Flavell and Gilmore, parish of Drumcree, co. Armagh
  • Ferguson of Farriter, parish of Killeeshil, co. Tyrone (related surname)
  • Garvan, Girvan, or Girvin, parishes of Aghaloo and Keady (related surname)
  • Huggins of Glenarb, parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone
  • Jones of Derryanvil, parish of Drumcree, county Armagh
  • Kennedy of Carland (Gortnaglush), parish of Donaghmore, co. Tyrone
  • Kilpatrick of Lislea, parish of Kilrea, county Derry
  • Ledlie of Carnan, parish of Arboe (related surname)
  • Marshall of Glenkeen and Blackwatertown, with related branches at Aughnacloy, Dundalk, Killeeshil, in counties Laoise (formerly, Queen's) and Tipperary, and at Wark, Northumberland (related surname)
  • McCormick of Tattykeel, parish of Kildress, co. Tyrone (related surname)
  • McDonnell of county Mayo
  • O'Brien of the Bawn, parish of Pomeroy, county Tyrone
  • Reed of Brigh, parish of Ballyclog, county Tyrone (related surname)
  • Sharp of Ballinacory (related surname)
  • Shuter of Drummond, parish of Pomeroy, co. Tyrone (related surname)
  • Speer or Spear, parish of Donaghenry, co. Tyrone (related surname)
  • Stevenson of Stewartstown, parish of Donaghendry, co. Tyrone, and
    Stephenson of Killyfaddy, parish of Lisnadill, co. Armagh
    Clark of Maghera – surname related to Stephenson of Killyfaddy
  • Templeton of Stewartstown (related surname)
  • Thompson of Creevelough, parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone

  • We will remember them:
    • Nicholas James Mervyn Archdall (1879–1915), Major, Cameron Highlanders
    • George Flavelle, Royal Irish Rifles, Rifleman
    • T.H. Flavelle (d.1918), Private, Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry
    • John Donald Hamill-Stewart (1845-1884), Lieutenant-Colonel, C.M.G., 11th Hussars
    • Gilbert M'Clelland Kennedy (1895-1915), Second Lieutenant, 6th Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
    • John Houghton Stewart (1895-1916), Lieut., Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
    • Hugh Stewart (1882-1918), Lieut.-Col., Royal Army Medical Corps

Local history notes:

Timelines:

Transcripts and extracts:

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"The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there."—Lesley Poles Hartley (1895–1972), The Go-Between (1953).

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