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Irish Family History Show 180

with curious news and notes from Ireland.
Among Todays Topics at the Irish Roots Cafe:

1)   Family of the Day: Harris
2)   Book of the Month:  Fall of Irish Chiefs & Clans
3)   Searching For: Sullivan of Cork, Ghee, McNally, Cody
4)   Curious News:  New Zealand, 15% Irish ?
5)   Web Page of the Month:  Co. Clare
6)   Curious Note: Island in Michigan with Irish roots.
7)   One minute podcast:  Battle of Kinsale, O’Donnel, O’Neil

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This Weeks Audio Timeline

Todays Topics:                    1:00
Notes from Mike:                 2:00
One Minute Podcast:           4:00
Book of the Month:              6:30
The Magnificent Seven:        9:30
Irish Name of the Day:       11:30
Sources:                            15:30
Websites of the Week:        16:30
Curious News and Notes:   18:30

Total Time: 25:50
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Irish Family History and Genealogy
with curious news and notes from Ireland.
From the Irish Roots Cafe at www.Irishroots.com

What’s happening today at the Irish Roots Cafe:

1) Working on our first Audio Book CD.  We have an audio
download of Missouri Irish on the web pagee.  Now we are
finding out all about the ins and outs of all this digital
production.

2)  Which reminds me we produced our first DVD a year or
so ago, ‘Return to Irish Roots’.  Now, that took some time,
with video and sound, and visuals.  I think I remember
about half of what I learned.

3)  Next project might be a CD or DVD series on the counties
of Ireland, with family history in mind…. what do you think
about that ?  I’ve got all the information and illustrations,
it’s just the production money I’m after !
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One Minute Podcast
Let’s listen to one of our 7 podcast series’ on Song; Recitation;
Travel; History; Irish-America; or Irish language.

Todays Podcast extract is from
The Hedgerow History of Ireland.
Some history on The Flight of the Earls, which also ties into
our Book of the month.  This began the final fall in many ways
for the Irish ‘aristocracy’ in Ireland and the old gaelic order.
The beginning of the century saw the Battle of Kinsale and the
end of the century the distasterous Treaty of Limerick, where
30,000 – 40,000 left in exile for the continent.

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Book of the Month:

1)  The Fall of Irish Chiefs and Clans.
(also the lead volume in ‘ Conquest of Ireland’.
http://www.irishroots.com/id442X.htm

With names of Catholics and Protestants Affected.
Includes Irish , Scots Irish, & English settlers

Master Volume to the Conquest of Ireland Series
It contains the record of the great change in land ownership
and power in Ireland. It tells the story of the old Irish families
losing their land, and the new settlers who assumed it. A
one-of-a-kind genealogical record. The specific names and
locations are given. It is a primary source of information for
those fortunate enough to refer to copies of the surviving
volume by Rev. G. Hill.

Rare Manuscripts & State Papers
The author introduces his work as follows “The contents of this
volume (vol. 1), may be described, in general terms, as a
compilation from State Papers relating to the Plantation of Ulster…
the Calendars of the Carew Manuscripts, and of other important
collections of Irish State Papers”. Before the Carew Manuscripts
little was known of the seven year struggle (1595 – 1602). For a
time before 1588 English rule was actually rather mysteriously
popular, and Shane O’Neill was finally defeated in 1567 by the
O’Donnells rather than the government.

All Lands Lost
Quoting the text we find that:
“With only two, or perhaps three exceptions, every native landlord,
and every native tenant within the bounds of the six counties was
dispossessed and displaced; and although a few of both classes
were afterwards permitted to share slightly in the great land-spoil,
it was only in some other and less attractive localities than their own”.
Indeed many would eventually come to the shores of North America
and other foreign lands as a result of this loss.
Of the main families the records show that the Maguires (or McGuires)
who occupied Fermanagh; The O’Hanlons who occupied ONealan
and Orior; The Macanas or the McCanns of Clann Breasail (Clanbrazill);
and the MacMahons of Monaghan; the ORiellys, the O’Cahans and
others, had a long and distinguished history. How had several
families in the area ‘disappeared’ by the 19th century ?
Volume 1 shows Ireland and her families as they were before the
fall, and as the plantation began. The 19th century historical
footnotes are a history unto themselves. The new surname index
added to this volume is invaluable to researchers. The latter is
available only in this edition, published by the Irish Genealogical
Foundation. Due to its historical importance, this volume has been
printed and made available on its own.

Juror Lists, Rent Rolls
Among items of interest to family researchers are the lists of jurors,
the rent rolls, and the lists of those applying to undertake the
settlement (undertakers), and the lists of soldiers. The actions
taken on the land then, are still evident today. If you would
understand Ireland, you need to understand how this all began.
(See Index at end of listing).

This volume includes the following sections:
Ulster Before the Fall.
The Orders to Begin the transfer of land
The Project of settling new landholders
Doubts, Delays, and problems
How The Authorities Worked
Specific Names, Results and Arrangements
(New IGF surname index).

The largest and most important volume in the series, it lays the
ground work for understanding who and what was involved in this
settlement of Ireland. This book documents the families and conditions
before and during the settlement of Ireland in the 17th century.
Specific individuals and sources are given here, of great interest to
family researchers and historians. Among items of interest to family
researchers are lists of jurors, rent rolls, list of those applying to
undertake the settlement (undertakers), and list of soldiers. The
actions taken here are still evident in Ireland today, and it would
do every interested person to understand how it all began.

Specific list of jurors and list of those with lands are given thusly
“6th July, 1609.. applications are made by: James Carmichaell, of
Pottieshaw, in name of David Carmichaell his son, with Mr. John
Ross, burgess of Glasgow, as cautioner, 1,000 acres”.
“George Murray, of Bruchtoun,with Alexander Dumbar, of Egirnes…
2,000 acres”.
(end of extract from ‘The Fall of Irish Chiefs and Clans’.
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Time to raise our eyes skywards, give thanks, and  ask for help !
Here are todays “Magnificent Seven” :

1)  Daniel MacMurray of Pauma Valley, CA, your Co. Down
Genealogy and family history notes, has shipped !

2)  Jeremy Stampa Orwin of Abergavenny, UK, your Irish Book
of Arms and the Book of Irish Families great & small has shipped!

3) Thomas Cullen of Chula Vista, CA, your Irish Book of Arms
has shipped.

4)  Glen King of Edmonton, Canada your Families of Co. Galway
has shipped.

5) Andrew Gibbons of Hornsby, Australia your Mayo and London-
derry genealogy books have shipped !

6) Sheila Sullivan of Cookeville, TN, weclome as a new member !
The Sullivans who came from south of Ireland (Cork?). I believe
first to be in U.S. was Timothy Dennis Sullivan (my gr grandpa).
want more about the family in Ireland.

7) Patrick J. Harris of Carbondale, IL, welcome as a new member !
John Joseph Harris, Glenbeigh m. Margaret Ghee Longford,
Annie McNally Carrickmacross m. Michael P. Cody at St. Joseph’s Church. they lived on Church after married.

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Irish Family Name of the Day:
Harris

Todays family history in honor of member:
Patrick Harris,(above)

Related Spellings of the Name
Fitz Harris, Harrison, Harrise

Varient Spelling Groups: 828, 829, 1245
From The Guide to the Various Spellings of Irish Family Names
http://www.irishroots.com/id4918.htm

History of the Name
Families of the name of Harris are usually of foreign extraction
in Ireland.  Most were planter families of English heritage.  Milesian
families gives the name as one of Limerick and Tipperary arriving
in 1642 in England.  The census of 1659 finds the name in Limerick,
Dublin, Antrim and Cork.  In more modern times the 1890 index
finds the name in Dublin, Cork and Antrim.  Harrihy has been given
as a related spelling on occasion.
One pedigree of Harris of Devonshire England, shows one of the
family who died at Cahirenony, Co. Cork in 1636, and who was
buried at Kilcredan, Co. Cork.

copyright 2010, IGF, based in part upon
The Book of Irish Families, great and small
http://www.irishroots.com/id4098.htm

Irish Family Coats of Arms From the Irish Book of Arms
A Brief search in that work shows:
http://www.irishroots.com/id4861.htm

1)  Not given in the Irish Book of Arms.
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Coming Up Later in this episode:
Byrne family tied to big genetic mutation….
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The Free Master online index at www.Irishroots.com shows:
Listings for the name 100 times, here are a few examples:

1)   Harris in ‘King James Irish Army List’.
2)   Hugh Harris in Co. Armagh, Ireland, genealogy & familly history notes
3)   T. Harris in Co. Monaghan, Ireland, genealogy & family history notes
4)   Wm. Harrise in Co. Tyrone, Ireland, genealogy & family history notes.
5)   N. Harris in Irish Families on the California Trail
6)   Harris’s Hibernica in Annals of Ireland by the 4 Masters
7)   Harris in ‘The Fall of Irish Chiefs and Clans’

You can use this free index to search for your family name:
http://www.irishroots.com/content/view/21/45/
Remember to leave off the Mac or O when typing your name.
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Around the World, in Irish Ways.
The Web Page and Video of the Month.

1)   What one Harris Family Does in its spare time in Ireland. (Video)
Sort of a one car demolition derby I think….
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=556vnRsTOgU

2)   The Flight of the Earls  (Fall of Irish Chiefs..)   (Video)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BD4vKn99m98

3)  Clare County Library, genealogy section (web page)
http://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/coclare/genealogy/genealog.htm

4)  1901 and 1922 census online, next 1926 ?  An Irishmans Diary
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/opinion/2011/0103/1224286666643.html

see also our Irish Video Shorts at:
http://www.irishroots.com/irishvideo/rss.xml
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Curious News and Notes, From Ireland today

1)  The Council of Irish Genealogical Organisations has given and award
of excellence to the County Clare County Library in Ireland and I agree.

2)  Charles Byrne was a true Irish Giant, tied to a genetic mutation d.1783.
http://dnanews.org/irish-giant-charles-byrne-1761-1783-dna-anomaly/

3)  Beaver Island, Michigan has an Irish heritage, tied to Arranmore
Island in County Donegal, Ireland.  Charlie O’Donnell was among the
first and they spoke in Irish, and song was plentiful.
http://www.irishcentral.com/roots/Notre-Dame-Professor-leads-study-into-Beaver-Islands-Irish-heritage-113260139.html?utm_source=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

4)  Restored Irish Records Index 1500 – 1920.
Results of the government call for public to donate records after destruction.
Parish registers, pedigrees, histories, probate and court records, etc…
http://www.lineages.co.uk/2011/01/12/irish-records-index-1500-1920-6/

5)   John Fitzgerald part of early Irish in New Zealand, which was 15% Irish …
http://www.irish-genealogy.com/new-zealand-irish-genealogy-history.php
Shout out to NZgenealogy on Twiitter.

6)   Royal College of Physicians of Ireland archive launched.
Searchable database.
http://scottishancestry.blogspot.com/2011/01/irish-physicians-catalogue-goes-online.html
Shout out to ChrisMPaton on Twitter.

7) The Irish Cultural Center of Phoenix Arizona is very active.  You might
want to check out the web page.  Includes Celtic Studies and Academy.
http://www.azirish.org/

…….So end the notes from the Irish Hedge Row today.
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Irish Roots Cafe: Genealogy and History, Shownotes. week 107

Among Todays Topics:

1)  The Irish Family Name of the Week is: Webb
2)  Mass Irish Grave in America from 1832
3)  Waterford Furnace closes for first time.
4)  Book of the Day: Fall of Irish Chiefs and Clans
5)  Video of the Day: The Ryans and Fannings of Tipperary
6)  Nutt House in Ireland overun by squirrels
7)  St_Patricks_Day_Parade,_Montreal,_2009

Timeline for this weeks audio broadcast:

http://www.irishroots.com/content/view/97/152/

This Weeks Topics:             1:05
Notes from Mike:                2:20
Book of the Month:             6:50
The Magnificent Seven:     10:40
Irish Name of the Day:      14:35
Websites of the Week:       19:20
Curious News and Notes:  21:25

Run Time:  29:39
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Notes This Week:
1) I’ve signed onto another place on the web.  For the few
days I’ve been on Twitter.  I must confess I could not understand
the appeal before I tried it.  You can only write a sentence or so as
a message and post it to those you have OK’d.
The neat thing is it is quick, you can connect with other family
researchers across the globe, Irish newspapers, genealogy podcasters,
family history magazines and writers, genealogy web page creators…
Just do a search for a name and the choices appear for you to OK.
So it looks like a worthwhile endeavor to me.  If you get on to Twitter –
look for me as: IrishRootsCafe, click here: http://twitter.com/IrishRootsCafe

2)Mike,
Hello, I’m researching my family Millsaps. I was able to trace my
American ancestors to Thomas Millsaps, born around 1702  Armagh,
Tyrone, Ireland. And his father William Millsaps born about 1649-1679
Tyrone county, Ireland married Elizabeth Wood. My problem is that
I can not find info past William b.1649. I found name variants Millsop
in England around 1660’s , but I don’t know if  there is a relation. I
can’t find free resources. Could you help? Thank you,
gina Zimmerman
(There is Millsop in Ireland, and that name can be interchanged with Millsaps)
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Book of the Month:
The Fall of Irish Chiefs and Clans
( Also serves as volume 1 of the Conquest of Ireland – Plantation in Ulster)
http://www.irishroots.com/id442X.htm

This is the first volume to the set entitled, Conquest of Ireland, An
Historical Account of the Plantation in Ireland. It is hardbound and
gold stamped, with decorated endsheets. It contains the record of
the great change in land ownership and power in Ireland. It tells the
story of the old Irish families losing their land, and the new settlers
who assumed it. A one-of-a-kind genealogical record. The specific
names and locations are given. It is a primary source of information
for those fortunate enough to refer to copies of the surviving volume
by Rev. G. Hill. Rare Manuscripts & State Papers

The author introduces his work as follows: The contents of this volume
(vol. 1), may be described, in general terms, as a compilation from
State Papers relating to the Plantation of Ulster… the Calendars of
the Carew Manuscripts, and of other important collections of Irish
State Papers….. Before the Carew Manuscripts little was known of the
seven year struggle (1595 – 1602). For a time before 1588 English
rule was actually rather mysteriously popular, and Shane ONeill was
finally defeated in 1567 by the ODonnells rather than the government.

Some examples of historical lists and names also included are found in the
following sections of this single volume:

Page 1: Ulster Before the Plantation
Page 60: Orders of Plantation
Page 90: The Project of Plantation
Page 117: Doubts and Delays
Page 153: The Commissioners at Work
Page 191: Results and Arrangements.

The lists are varied in the work, including landlords and names of
tenents and some possessions, lists of those applying for lands and
the lands they sought, undertakers name (those who undertook the
task), and so on.  The more modern footnotes contain a treasury of
names and relationships as well.
I have noted it before, my video short on this work is at:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkZRTykt4u0
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Coming Up:
Waterford Crystal Furnace has held molten glass for 20 years…but now…
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Time to raise our eyes skywards, give thanks, and  ask for help !
Here are todays Magnificent Seven :

1) Renewing Member Marybeth Delaney of Warwick, NY
Searching for Peter McAliney.  I have records from 1798 in Ballinamuck,
Co. Longford, looking for links in Donegal. Researching Inishowen link.

2) New Gold Member Rich Cummings of Pittsburgh, PA  Researching Webb.
I have several lines of descent that i am working on, non successfully.
i guess the major one is the webb family of county cork. father was george
webb, son John born circa 1840 and emigrated to wales abt 1866. i am stuck
been on line, buying everyone’s books. probably a protestant family, looked
at bannons, lots of webbs in cork but just can’t connect john with his father
george. i know that john died between 1867 and 1901, huge year range.
i keep thinking that the names of john’s children will be a clue, but no success.
now what?

3) New member Patricia Young of Victoria, Australia. researching Day, Daily.
Daniel Day m. Mary Daily. They both lived in King County as far as I know.

4)  New Member Diane Berge of Maple Valley, WA. searching for Nunan, Reedy, Donovan, Horn. Researching Nunan in County Cork and Reedy in County Clare.

5)  New Member William O’Reilly of Dearborn, MI. searching for O’Reilly
Your Irish Families and Mc Mac and O names book has shipped.

6) K. Moore of Toronto, Canada. Your Co. Down genealogy book….has shipped

7)  Diane Schweitzer of Saint John, IN, looking for Ansboro or Ansbro
Your County Mayo Genealogy and Family History Notes has shipped

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Irish Family Name of the Day:
Webb

Todays family history in honor of member listed above:
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Possible Related Spellings of the Name:
Web; Webbs; Weber; Webber

Varient Spelling Groups: 2038
(Taken from the Master Guide to the Various Spellings
of Irish Family Names) http://www.irishroots.com/id4918.htm

History of the Name
Families of the name of Webb in Ireland are given to be of settler
origin when found here.  They are among the families found settling
in Ulster in the 17th century, centered in Co. Antrim at that time.
Not unexpectedly the family is also found in Dublin records, and
the name is often found outside these areas as well…….

copyright 2007, IGF, based in part upon
The Book of Irish Families, great and small
http://www.irishroots.com/id4098.htm
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Irish Family Coats of Arms
Here is some of the information given in the Irish Book of Arms
http://www.irishroots.com/id4861.htm

1)  illustrated arms shown for Webb of Kilmore, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary
(Large Bold Cross with a star in its center…..)
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Coming Up Later in this episode:
Oonagh Nutt changes her opinion of wildlife.
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The Free Master Index Search of Irish Names
at Irishroots.com finds the family  times
including the following examples :
http://www.irishroots.com/content/view/21/45/

1) Mr. Webb in Londonderry Lands and Families
2) Webbs, in The Families of County Limerick, Ireland
as well as Webb of Ballygubby, Balyhennesy and Rathgonan.
3) Wm. Webb, in Co. Sligo Genealogy and Family History Notes.
4) J. Webb of Co. Armagh Genealogy and Family History Notes.
5)  Webb, several times in Co. Tipperary genealogy….
6)  Webb, in Missouri Irish.
7)  Webb. in Families of Co. Kerry, Ireland
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Websites of the Week:

1)  Webb Family History
http://www.ancientfaces.com/research/surnames/W/Webb
Including:
Webb Family Photos (56)
Webb Military Photos (3)
Webb Mystery Photos (3)

2)  Video: The Ryans and Fannings of Tipperary
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYEeCVyZIKQ

3)  Video: St. Patricks Day Parade Montreal, Canada
http://www.flixya.com/video/1928047/St_Patricks_Day_Parade,_Montreal,_2009
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Curious News and Notes
1)  We read in the Irish Times that a Ballymena gentleman got
his ear bitten off in a ‘sectarian’ attack in that town in Antrim.
Luckily the ear was picked up and sewn back on at the hospital.
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2009/0327/breaking67.htm

2)  Kestrel on endangered bird list
Once upon a time it was the most common bird of prey in all of Ireland—
but it is now on the endangered list.
The number of swifts, skylarks and mistle thrushes are also decreasog,
according to BirdWatch.
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2009/0327/breaking73.htm

3)  The massive furnace which has been in operation, stocked
with molten glass continuously for over  20 years, was emptied
and shut down for the first time a few days ago.  It marks the
end of mass production at Waterford Crystal at Irelands Kilbarry plant.
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2009/0327/1224243552875.html

4) One of the benefits of operating under EU law is that they
banned the cutting of turf in Ireland, designating certain areas
as special places of conservation.  Some 32 bogs and 800 working
turf cutters were affected by the ban which is to expand to 139 bogs
by 2014.  The ban was temporarily reversed last week until the end
of the year.

5)  Who was that Belfast woman who cared for a baby elephant in her
back yard during WWII ?  None other than the elephant angel, Denise
Weston Austin, one of the first female zookeepers in the Belfast Zoo.
Many animals were sacrificed, fearing escaped animals from bombings.
http://www.herald.ie/national-news/elephant-angel-is-identified-1689080.html

6)  For you wild animal lovers out there – beware.  Oonagh Nutt of Moira
County Down, thought the visiting grey squirrels were cute at first, but
then they chewed their way through the roof, tunnelled through walls,
lived under the floor boards, and relieved themselves in the attic.
Oonagh then said that – Up Close they are quite frightening, they look like
puppy dogs with big hands, they growl and bark at you, they’re vicious things.
They’ll go for you……. Listen to Oonagh tell her story on this page:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/northern_ireland/7963370.stm

7)  It was 1832 and nearly 60 emigrants came to America from Donegal, Derry,
and elsewhere… they worked the railroads but within a few weeks were all
dead, but from what ?… They were buried in an unmarked grave along
Duffys Cut.  They recently uncovered some bones, and believe they have found
John Ruddy, an 18 year old boy who came to America from Donegal. for more see:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/northern_ireland/foyle_and_west/7961564.stm
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newsletters; podcasts; videos and hundreds of articles.
Today, he hosts the first weekly broadcast on Irish Family
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The founder of the Irish Roots Cafe, he also publishes
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