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Irish Genealogy and History Shownotes. episode 127
From the Irish Roots Cafe at www.Irishroots.com

Among Todays Topics:

1)  Shannon is the Irish Family Name of the Day
2)  Ali and Paddy Monaghan
3)  Searching for Moloney, Henaghan, O’Donohue
4)  Irish History Broadcast in preparation
5)  100 watt light bulbs banned in Ireland
6)   Translate your page into Irish !
7)   Nova Scotia Records Online
8)   Fitz Names in Ireland

Timeline for this weeks audio broadcast:

This Weeks Topics:             1:15
Notes from Mike:                1:54
Fitz Names in Ireland:        5:48
The Magnificent Seven:     11:12
Irish Name of the Day:      15:29
Websites of the Week:       19:45
Curious News and Notes:  20:57

Total Time: 25:27
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Notes This Week:

Audio Books in Progress
1)  We are finishing up the ‘Missouri Irish’ audio book this week.
It should be coming out later this year !  Here is a link to the
hardcover book to show you what it will contain:
http://www.irishroots.com/id4263.htm

2)  I have begun recording segments for our new Irish History
broadcasts as well.  Peter Adams, hedgemaster joins us for this
project.
We plan 100 chapters to be completed, and available online
as well as on CD.  We will be covering genealogy and immigration
of course, along with ancient and modern history.
If you have topics you want to see covered and answered in this
‘audio book’. Please do let us know.

3)  A Question from Lorre Wells on our fan page on facebook:
Here is our fan page address in case you want to look in :
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=67116438598
Mike,
I have a question. If there is always room for one more, then
why do you have Katie bar the door?
Great question Lorre…. of course we have to keep the chatter
down during the podcast, so I have Katie bar the door to the
Cafe during our session,  keeping out some of the noise from
the rowdy crew on the veranda !

4) So we are well underway with a regular blog appearing
on Irish Central. Here is my page there:
http://www.irishcentral.com/opinion/blogs/irishrootscafe_blog/
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Books of the Month:
Master Guide to the Spelling of Irish Names
http://www.irishroots.com/id4918.htm

Names That Begin with Mac, Mc, and ‘O’
http://www.irishroots.com/id4608.htm
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Beginning Your Irish Family History Search
Part 5 of a 10 part series

Fitz Names in Ireland

Variant Spellings of this surname ‘Prefix’ in Ireland are :
Fitz-, Fits, Fitts, and Fitch.

Dropping the ‘Fitz’
We would not want to leave out all the ‘Fitz’ families
when discussing Irish family names now, would we ?
I’ve noted earlier that the Mac or ‘O’ before so many
Irish names can be dropped or added at will.
One must remember that the ‘Fitz’ prefix has been
dropped altogether in some instances too. Hence
Fitzgerald could become: Gerald.

Keep the Fitz, drop the rest !
Sometimes a name like Fitzgibbon can even be shortened
to ‘Fitz’, Fitts or Fitch !  There are examples of nicknames
like ‘Fitz’ actually replacing the full name of Fitzgibbon.

Hidden Fitz Names
How many hidden names can you find when you delete
this prefix? The following are some of the ‘Fitz’ names I
documented while writing the ‘Book of Irish Families,
great & small’ :

Fitch
Fitts
Fitz
Fitz-henry
Fitz david
Fitz edmd.
Fitz edmond
Fitz gerald
Fitz gergald
Fitz gerold
Fitz gerrald
Fitz gerrold
Fitz gibbon
Fitz harris
Fitz henry
Fitz herbert
Fitz herbert
Fitz herbore
Fitz hugh
Fitz imons
Fitz james
Fitz john
Fitz martin
Fitz maurice
Fitz merie
Fitz morish
Fitz morrice
Fitz morris
Fitz morrish
Fitz nichas
Fitz nicholas
Fitz patrick
Fitz phillip
Fitz richard
Fitz simmons
Fitz simon
Fitz simons
Fitz stephen
Fitz stephens
Fitz summons
Fitz sumons
Fitz symonds
Fitz symons
Fitz thomas
Fitz walter
Fitz william
Fitz williams

Not Really Irish ?
Well, there you have it.  A brief introduction to Fitz names
in Ireland.  The same rules apply to Fitz, as those we have
given to Mac, Mc, and ‘O’.
A few zealous souls will always remind me that the Fitz
names arrived in Ireland with the Normans in the 12th
century.  One or two even feel the need to say that the name
is obviously not ‘Irish’.
Just remember that after 800 years the old saying might apply.
Some of those who settled in Ireland, after several generations,
‘became more Irish than the Irish themselves.’

Next week: Using the 1659 Census of Ireland to find family.
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Time to raise our eyes skywards, give thanks, and  ask for help !
Here are todays “Magnificent Seven” :
1)  Michael Dempsey of Oshkosh, WI, your Kings and Queens
County Ireland genealogy book has shipped.

2)  John OShea of  State College, PA, your ‘Families of County
Cork, Ireland’ book has shipped.

3)  Arlynn Murphy of Wheaton, IL, your Co. Tyrone and Co. Clare
genealogy books have shipped.

4)  Derek Walsh of Dublin, Ireland your Irish Families;
Co. Wexford; and Families of Co. Kerry books have shipped.

5)  Maureen Maloney of Wakefield, MA, welcome new member !
Looking for descendents of Patrick and Mary Bridget(Moriarty)
Moloney from the area of Murroe Parish and Barrington’s Bridge
/Lisnargy. Our ancestor is John Joseph Moloney/Maloney who
was born about 1864 and left Ireland about 1880 to the US/Boston/Wakefield, Ma.  He had a number ofsiblings.
Mary(1858), Catherine (1861), Patrick (1866), Michael(died at birth)
Michael(#2 1871) and Martin (1874) who died in Dublin.
If there is anyone connected to this family, please contact us.
Roger Maloney

6)  Welcome Ann Blackshaw of Auckland, New Zealand-member !
My Maiden name is Henaghan.  I have family & rental records
advising that the Henaghans lived in Belmullet, County Mayo.  My grandfather left home and travelled to Glasgow, Scotland where I
was born.  I would like to find out what happened to his sisters
who went to USA (Boston comes to mind for some reason).
Love your podcasts. Kind regards, Ann Blackshaw (now New
Zealand Citizen)

7)  New member Dwaine O’Donohue of Maxville, Ont., Canada
Searching my O’Donohue (however spelled) ancestors from County
Clare. Could we have been moved there?
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Irish Family Name of the Day:
Shannon

Todays family history in honor of member:
Marsha Hogan or Worcester, MA
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Related Spellings of the Name:
Shanahan, Gilshenan, Shannen, Shaneghane, MacShannon,
O’Shannon

Varient Spelling Groups:  714, 1859, 1860, 3117
(Taken from the Master Guide to the Various Spellings
of Irish Family Names) http://www.irishroots.com/id4918.htm

History of the Name
Irish families of the name of Shannon may stem from one
of at least three separate origin there.  They may descend
from O’Shanaghan , O’Seanain, or from MacGiolla Seanain.
No research we have uncovered has connected this name to
the River Shannon.
The O’Seanin family was anciently found in counties Carlow
and Wexford, but it is not found numerous there in either
1659 a.d. or 1891 a.d. records.  Spelled as Shannon the name
was most often found in Antrim, Clare and Roscommon in the
1890 index.
According to Keatings History Shannahan was Anglicized
mistakenly into “Fox” and “Shannon”….

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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Coming Up Later in this episode:
Who won the Rose of Tralee this year ?
It was not the running favorite we mentioned last time….
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The Free Master Index Search of Irish Names
at Irishroots.com finds the family name 81 times
including the following examples :
http://www.irishroots.com/content/view/21/45/

1) Dover, N.H., stronghold of the Shannons (J7)
2) O’Shannon in Families of Co. Limerick, Ireland
3) C.; J; and T. Shannon in Irish Families on the California Trail
4) Shannon in Missouri Irish, the original history…
5) Shannon in the 1659 Census of Ireland
6) Shannon in the Birth Index of Ireland
7) Shannon in ‘Surnames of Ireland’ with 200 family maps
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Websites of the Week:

1)  Nova Scotia Records now online at:
www.novascotiagenealogy.com

2)  Shannon genealogy : genealogical record and memorials
of one branch of the Shannon family in America. with search
index. Hodgdon, George Enos,. Shannon genealogy :
genealogical record and memorials of one branch of the
Shannon family in America. Rochester, N.Y.: unknown, 1905.
Shannon family, including Shannon, Nathaniel, 1655-1723.
http://search.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=BookList&dbid=14261&o_iid=9972&o_lid=9972

3)  Michigan Irish Festival, Sept 18 – 20
Muskegon, Michigan
http://www.michiganirish.org/

4) Muhammad Ali Video in Ennis, County Clare
http://edition.cnn.com/2009/SPORT/09/02/muhammad.ali.ennis.ireland/#cnnSTCVideo

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Curious News and Notes

1)  Well, the production of the 100 watt light bulb is now banned
in Ireland. Next year the 75 watt is banned and the 60 watt will
be banned in two years. In 2012 the 40 watt is banned.
http://www.rte.ie/news/2009/0831/lightbulb.html

2)  It’s a baby boom in Ireland, the most born since 1896…
Jack and Ava are given as most popular last year….
http://www.examiner.ie/ireland/baby-boom-births-reach-113-year-peak-99913.html

3) Muhammad Ali is touring the UK and Ireland to raise money
for Parkinsons Disease. Paddy Monaghan, a bare knuckle boxer
struck up an aquaintance with Ali in 1963 which has endured.
Ali descends from Abe Grady of Ennis in County Clare, and he
visited recently.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/northern_ireland/8230750.stm

4)  It was the wettest summer since records began in 1866
at Valencia Observatory in County Kerry, and elsewhere it was
one of the sunniest on record….
http://www.independent.ie/weather/now-its-official-soggy-summer-is-wettest-since-records-began-1874370.html

5)  Google can now translate web pages into the Irish language
www.translate.google.com

6)  Charmaine Kenny, born in Kildare and the London Rose entry,
has become the 50th Rose of Tralee.
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2009/0827/1224253339306.html
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Irish Genealogy and History Shownotes. episode 125
From the Irish Roots Cafe at www.Irishroots.com

Among Todays Topics:

1)  Warburton is the Irish Name of the Day
2)  Philadelphia Irish
3)  Irish vs. Scots-Irish  3rd in our series.
4)  McGillycuddy for Rose from County….
5)   Potato famine blight appears in US
6)  Eileen McGuinness has 3 generations in 3 minutes.
7)  Smelly item at Bunratty Folk Park in Clare

Timeline for this weeks audio broadcast:
This Weeks Topics:             1:05
Notes from Mike:                1:59
Book of the Month:             2:45
Irish vs. Scots-Irish:           3:48
The Magnificent Seven:     11:22
Irish Name of the Day:      14:23
Websites of the Week:       16:52
Curious News and Notes:  18:00

Total Time: 24:01

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Notes This Week:

1) Computers 101: Using Federal Census Records on Ancestry.com
Wednesday, September 23, at the National Archives in Kansas City.
Join Archives staff for this FREE class at 9:00 a.m.! Even if you don’t know computers.
Reservations are required. RSVP by email or call 816-268-8093
kansascity.archives@nara.gov

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Books of the Month:

Kings and Queens County Ireland, genealogy and family history notes.
http://www.irishroots.com/id4624.htm

The Most numerous families in Kings County (Offaly) the 19th century:
(with added variant spellings from the book above)
Kelly…..Kelley…..Kellie
Dunne…..Dunn…..Donne
Daly…..Daley…..Dailey
Egan…..Eagen…..Egane
Molloy…..Mulloy…..Malloy
Mooney…..Moony…..Muney
Carroll…..Caroll…..Carol
Walsh…..Welsh…..Welch
Kenny…..Kinny…..Kenney
Murray…..Murry…..Morray
Dempsey…..Dempsy…..Dimpsey
Kennedy…..Kenedy…..Canady

Maher…..Mahr….Mawher

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Beginning Your Irish Family History Search
Part 3 of a 10 part series *

Irish vs. Scots-Irish
You should determine if you are of native Irish origins,
or if your family settled in Ireland from Scotland,
England or elsewhere.

The Scots-Irish

The north of Ireland is just across the water from Scotland. People
from both countries have intermingled for thousands of years.
In more modern times, Scottish families were settled in Northern
Ireland sponsored by the British Crown in the 17th century. Many
stayed only a generation or two in Ireland and moved on to America,
etc.. They are sometimes referred to as ‘planter’ families, having
been transplanted from Scotland to Ireland.
(One good record of the transfer of lands between the Irish and
Scots-Irish in Ireland, is found in ‘The Conquest of Ireland, The
Plantation in Ireland” published in a 4 book set by Rev. Hill.)

Ulster Presbyterians
By religion, most of these ‘Scots-Irish’ who immigrated, were
Presbyterian.  Northern Ireland, from whence they came, is in the
province of Ulster. Hence the term Ulster Presbyterian is often used.
They are generally credited with coming to America earlier than the ‘Irish’,
making their mark in the late 1600’s and 1700’s.
The Scots-Irish are noted for the settlement of the Appalachian frontier. You
might say they were know for being hardy pioneers, like Daniel Boone !

Irish Catholics
The native Irish arrived in much greater numbers, in the
1800’s, peaking around 1847 with the coming of the great
famine in Ireland. These Irish were the largest foreign born
group in America for the years 1800-1850 en total. They settled
mainly in the cities, and there were soon more Irish in New
York City, than there were in Dublin, Ireland !  During the
hard famine years, they are found in the first ghettos in
every major city in America, (with the exception of Salt Lake City).

Exceptions to the Rule
Now, either of these two groups can be found coming into
America, Canada or Australia at any time, but the time frame
given above is helpful.  Religion is often a quick tip to the
origin of your family too – but it is not a perfect thing.  On the
frontier you might be lucky to have one denomination
available to you – and after a generation or so, the distinction
might fade. You can find both groups making a switch
occasionally. You can also find two ‘Rev. Hogans’ preaching in
the same area, but with different religious affiliations.

Records
Records are sometimes better kept for the Scots or English in
Ireland.  These families are also found concentrated in areas like
the pale around Dublin or in Northern Ireland.  Church records
are also key to research in Ireland, so determining your ancestors
religious affiliation is important.  Birth, death and marriage records,
often exist only in church records.
Surnames
There are many names recognized as Irish, or Scots, or English.
Names that begin with ‘O’ are generally of Irish origin. Names that
begin with Mac or Mc can be Scots or Irish in origin. Names of
English origin do not begin with ‘O’ ’ , ‘Mc’ or ‘Mac’.
Almost every English name can be found in Ireland, and these
names were adopted by Irish families for several different reasons.
The Irish also dropped the O and Mac from their names at will.
So take care when making assumptions about your surname.

Your name can still be a big help to finding your family in Ireland.
We’ll deal with that a bit later.

(Based upon new podcast series in production from the Irish Roots Cafe)
© 2009 Michael C. O’Laughlin, IGF

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Coming Up:
Phytopthora Infestans raises its ugly head again
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Time to raise our eyes skywards, give thanks, and  ask for help !
Here are todays “Magnificent Seven” :

1)  Josephine Byrne of Vaud, Switzerland, your ‘Names in the
Land Grants’ of Ireland has shipped along with your others.

2)  Joshua D. Mullins of Mosinee, WI. Your hardback ‘Families of
County Clare, Ireland’ has shipped.

3)  Richard Milligan of Apache, AZ, your ‘Book of Irish Families,
great & small” has shipped.

4) Elizabeth Gravel of Russell, Canada, your “Families of Co.
Donegal, Ireland” has shipped.

5) Big River Distribution of St. Louis, Missouri, Your “Missouri
Irish, the original history of the Irish in Missouri” shipped.
…. and thank you for distributing this title of ours !

6)  Jacqueline Arends of Washington, your item has shipped,
thanks for the call, and good to hear from you again. She has
been with us since 1989 according to my notes…..

7)  Gould Genealogy, of Australia, thank you for ordering and
stocking many of my books.  Lots of folks in Australia listen
in and order the books.  They will have some books in stock
in the next month or two.

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Thanks to all of our members – without you these
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Irish Family Name of the Day:
Warburton

Todays family history in honor of member: Hugh Watson
Warburton family name (grandmothers). Traced back to
Richard Warburton of Garryhinch in the Kings County.
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Related Spellings of the Name
Warburten, Warburtin, Worburton…..

History of the Name Warburton
see sources below.
Minimal given in Irish Families, great & small

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 for Warburton of Kings County is given
in the Irish Book of Arms.

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Coming Up Later in this episode:
Old Irish Famine Film
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The Free Master Index Search of Irish Names
at Irishroots.com finds the family name 15 times
including the following examples :
http://www.irishroots.com/content/view/21/45/

1)   The Irish Book of Arms
2)   The Book of Irish Families, great and small
3)   The Families of County Kerry, Ireland
4)   The Milesian Families of Ireland
5)    R. Warburton in Kings and Queens Counties Ireland
genealogy and family history notes…
6)    Co. Fermanagh and Louth genealogy and family history….
7)    The 1659 Census of Ireland

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Websites of the Week:

1)   The Irish Diaspora in Philadelphia, Part I

http://germantownirish.blogspot.com/2009/08/investigating-irish-diaspora-in-philly.html

2)   Irish historian, Dom McGlynn, on the Brennan’s of Donegal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1s05Akyk9dI

3)  Clara, County Offaly, Ireland. old family video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouj8H0s2cxU

4) Old Irish Famine film set to music
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ks9e7GaORA
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Curious News and Notes

1) Leprechaun WHAT ?
Bunratty Folk Park in County Clare, one of my favorites, has perhaps gotten a bit off
track. “Leprechaun poo”, now sells there for €2.95 “guaranteed 100% organic”.
http://www.shannonheritage.com/Attractions/BunrattyCastleFolkPark/

2)  Fungus which caused Irish Famine blight is back and this
time in America, hitting tomatoes and potatoes.  Among the areas
hit are Rhode Island, New York, ad Massachusetts.
Home gardeners have gotten seeds that are infected with the fungus or oomycete
called: Phytophthora infestans.
http://www.irishcentral.com/news/US-crops-wiped-out-as-Irish-famine-blight-becomes-epidemic.html

3)  The first Ford plant built outside the US was in County Cork,
Ireland in 1921 and made tractors.

4) Three Generations born within 30 minutes.
Eileen McGuinness is 85 years old and has 16 children. She recently had
a grandson, a great grandson and a great great grandson born within
minutes of each other in the same hospital in Dublin.
http://www.independent.ie/national-news/three-generations-of-same-family-born-within-minutes-of-each-other-1861010.html

5)  Timber circles some 4,000 years old found in Co. Tyrone
by Ballygawley. Radiocarbon dating has confirmed the statement.
No one really knows what the circle was for, but some say feasting,
others say commemorating the dead…. take a guess….
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/northern_ireland/8202364.stm

6)  Margaret O’Keefe was the last official Rose of Tralee winner from
County Kerry, back in 1964.  Odds were 3 to 1 that Karen McGillycuddy
would become the next Rose from Kerry.
http://www.theirishworld.com/article.asp?SubSection_Id=2&Article_Id=10889
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his field including numerous hard bound books; guides;
newsletters; podcasts; videos and hundreds of articles.
Today, he hosts the first weekly broadcast on Irish Family
History at www.Irishroots.com

The founder of the Irish Roots Cafe, he also publishes
great works of history, including ‘The Annals of Ireland by
the Four Masters’; and Keatings ‘History of Ireland’.

He recently completed the Irish Families Project,
a 34 book set on Irish Family History, published by the Irish
Genealogical Foundation.
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