Families of Co. Donegal Ireland: From the Earliest Times to the 20th Century : Irish Family Surnames with Locations & Origins Including English, Scots, & Anglo Norman Settlers and Settlements

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Irish Roots Cafe, 2001 - Donegal (Ireland : County) - 170 pages
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"This work represents the largest compilation of Irish family names and Irish coats-of-arms ever bound together under one cover."--Jacket.
 

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Contents

Hearth Money Rolls
18
1659 Census
20
Tracing Donegal Roots
23
Families of County Donegal Ireland
35
Appendix
129
Index
157
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Page vii - ... were chiefs. CINEAL ENDA, (1) race of Enda, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages, a branch of the southern Ui Neill (qv), seated near the Hill of Uisneach, in Westmeath ; and (2) race of Enda, son of Conall Gulban ; a branch of Cineal Conaill (qv) seated in the present barony of Raphoe. CINEAL EOGHAIN, race of Eoghan, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages, whose territory originally comprised the present counties of Tyrone and Derry and the baronies of Raphoe and Inishowen in Donegal. The O'Neills were...
Page vii - TIGHEARNAIGH, race of Tighearnach, son of Muireadhach, son of Eoghan, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages ; a branch of Cineal Eoghain, qv CLANN AODHA, race of Aodh, clan-name of the Maguinnesses of Co.

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