A Genealogical History of the Milesian Families of Ireland
The Classic Work by DeCourcey giving the origins and places of settlement of families in Ireland, for both the old celtic families (Milesian), and the new settler families in Ireland. The first genealogy work of its kind and scope in Ireland. All new index and commentary included in this IGF edition.Compiled and edited by B.W. DeCourcy, with added materials.
Irish Septs, Family Mottoes, chiefs, territorial holdings, pedigrees, dates of arrival, Ancient name in Gaelic, Founder, Meaning of Name, Title of Chief, counties of settlement. (chart format)
Early Work on Irish Families This book, first published in the 19th century, is a classic. It was one of the first popular genealogy books to appear in its time. This is the I.G.F. edition, from 2002. Following is the introduction to the book, written by Michael C. O'Laughlin, along with the table of contents.
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DAIRINE OR COREOLUGADTH TRIBE
DAL FIATAGH TRIBE
HY FOGARTA or CLANNA FOGARTAID
DESCENDANTS OF CUCHORP
SOME TITLES HELD BY FAMILIES OF NORMAN DESCENT IN IRELAND
A LIST OF SOME FAMILIES WITH THE WORTHIES WHOSE NAMES THEY ADOPTED
RESIDENT IN IRELAND OTHER THAN MILESIAN ETC