County Mayo Ireland, Genealogy and Family History Notes, Color Map

Curious News and Notes at the Irish Roots Cafe
with Mike O’Laughlin

County Mayo Research
Just arrived today, is the new edition of
Co. Mayo, Ireland, genealogy and family history notes.
This is the 20th volume of the Irish Families Project.
A large color map of County Mayo from the 1800’s is
now found on the front cover, for the first time.
It also contains notes and family history from
our library here, including coats of arms with
genealogical notes, and names from the Books of
Survey and Distribution
.

Irish Pedigrees
We also include some notes on Mayo families from
Irish Pedigrees and the Landed Gentry by O’Hart.
Moore of Ballina, Jordan, Kane, Gibbons, Bourke,
O’Malley, O’Neill, O’Donel, MacHale, MacDonnell
and Crean are included. We also included the index
to the Map of the Four Masters for Co. Mayo families.

Sketches
A few old sketches appear here, such as Grace O’Malley,
Cong Cross and Abbey, Mountain Dance, and Carrig a Hooley
Castle.

This book is intended as an introduction to genealogy
and resources in Mayo, and works well with the Master
volume to the set, which includes family history from
every county in Ireland (The Book of Irish Families).

About the author
The ‘worlds most published author’ in Irish Roots and clan
history, since 1978 he has authored: 60 books,
40 CD’s and Videos, 300 podcasts, and over 1,000 articles.
Having written books on every county in Ireland, he also
publishes rare works in both Irish and English, including
‘The Annals of Ireland by the Four Masters’ and the
‘Irish Book of Arms’. His works can be found at
www.Irishroots.com

About Mike

Mike is the worlds most published author in his field, with over 40 books, 700 articles, two newsletters, a blog, 200 podcasts and 170 videos. He also publishes rare books like "The Annals of Ireland by the Four Masters" and Keatings "History of Ireland". Mike also sings in the Irish (Gaeilge) Language, with 3 albums to his credit. Mike descends from the O’Loughlins of Kilfenora, County Clare, and the O’Donahues of Glenflesk, County Kerry and also bears Sullivan, Buckley, Kilmartin, Llewellyn and Kelliher roots. He has led tours to Ireland and maintains a 3,000 volume Irish library.
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