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Irish Family History Advance Show Notes  174
Among Todays Topics at the Irish Roots Cafe:

1)   Family of the Day: Powers
2)   Irish County of the Month:  Waterford
3)   Searching For: Conlon
4)   Curious News:  Irish Potato bright spot
5)   Web Page of the Month:  Irish Hedge School
6)   Curious Note: Waterford Crystal is back (video)
7)   One minute podcast: What were hedge schools ?

Listen to all of our podcast series at www.Irishroots.com
We have three types of podcasts:
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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
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Notes This Week:
What’s happening today at the Irish Roots Cafe

1) Thanksgiving is upon us and all is well.

2)  The Hedge School singers have been making the
first public appearances, of course, thoughtfully in
crowded pubs with lots of noise around….

3)            Our Web Page of the Month
Check out our new hedge school page here, it will
show you what we are and have been doing lately !
http://web.mac.com/irishpat/IrishRootsCafe/Hedge_School.html
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One Minute Podcast
Let’s listen to one of our 7 podcast series’ on Song; Recitation;
Travel; History; Irish-America; and Irish language.

Todays Podcast extract is from:
Irish Hedge Row History lessons.
What were the hedge schools ? (episode 3 I think )

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Irish Song /recitation:  http://www.irishroots.com/content/view/99/153/
Irish Video Shorts:  http://www.irishroots.com/content/view/104/157/
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Hello Fada, Irish language: http://www.irishroots.com/content/view/106/159/
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We publish more Irish genealogy books than anyone in the world !

Book of the Month:

1) County Waterford, Ireland, genealogy and family history notes.
http://www.irishroots.com/id4578.htm
Here is an excerpt from this book, giving most numerous
families in Waterford.  I do this in all of my county books,
from various sources.
The 19th century birth index of Ireland finds the following
families most numerous in the county (Possible variant
spellings after each name have been added) :

Power…..Powers…..Powre
Walsh…..Welsh…..Welch
O’Brien…..O’Bryan…..O’Brian
Murphy…..Murphey…..Morphy
Ryan…..Ryane…..Riane
McGrath…..McGragh…..McGraw
Foley…..Foly…..Fooley
Flynn…..Flyne…..Flinn
Morrissey…..Morrissy…..Morrisy
Kelly…..Kelley…..Kellie
Phelan…..Phalen…..Phalan
Sullivan…..O’Sullivan…..Soolivan
Whelan…..Whalen…..Whalan
McCarthy…..MacCarthey…..McCarty
Butler…..Buttler…..Butteler
Tobin…..Tobyn…..Tobbine

Most of the old Irish names can have the Mac or ‘O’ before
the name dropped or added at will.  Additionally many old
Irish names were translated or ‘mistranslated’ into English
from the original gaelic.
Two more basic resources for the 19th century are the Tithe
Applotment Books, and Griffiths Survey of Ireland.

end of extract from “Co. Waterford, Ireland genealogy and
family history notes.”
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Irish potatoes making a big comeback, bright spot….
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Time to raise our eyes skywards, give thanks, and  ask for help !
Here are todays “Magnificent Seven” :

1)  BT Gormley of Johannesburg, South Africa, your Irish
Book of Arms, has shipped !

2) William D. Green of Youngstown, OH, welcome as a
new member !

3)  Thomas Tracy of Ohio your Irish Genealogies has shipped !

4)  Welcome Edna Powers of Morgan, CA as a new member !
Look for information on husbands G-Grandparents. Both
born in Ireland; Michael Powers (b@Oct1937, 1853 to USA,
d@1916) married (1869) Elizabeth Walsh (b18May1850 to US
1854 d23May 1917).  Both lived in Chicago then settled in
Elmhurst, Ill. Can not find any information on Elizabeth
Walsh parents, Thomas Walsh or Nellie
Cunningham coming to US.

5) Janice Austin of Rockland, MA, your Families of Cork and
County Cork Genealogy, and birth index has shipped !

6) Kathleen Fulcher of Rhoadesville, VA, welcome as a member!
I am researching my father’s family, Conlon. I believe my
great-grandfather, Michael Dillon Conlon was born in Boyle,
Roscommon, Ireland (abt 1890) and his wife, my great-
grandmother Cecilia Joyce was born in County Mayo, Ireland
abt. 1889

7) John Blake of Anaheim, California your ‘Families of Co.
Galway, Ireland’ has shipped !

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Irish Family Name of the Day:
Powers

Todays family history in honor of member:
Edna Powers

Related Spellings of the Name
de Poher, Powre, Powers, Poor, Poors, Poer

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

History of the Name
One of the 60 most numerous names of Ireland, Power is
spelled as Poher, le Poer, and Powre etc..  It is said to have
been taken from the French “povre” meaning poverty stricken.
The family arrived in England in 1066 with William the Conqueror,
arriving in Ireland with the Normans in the 12th century.
In 1177 King Henry II granted the county of Waterford to Robert
Le Poer, the Kings marshal.  The Le Poers from the 13th to the
16th century held the titles of barons of Donisle and of Carraghmore,
Viscounts of Decies, and Earls of Tyrone.  Numerous in their
original lands in Waterford and Kilkenny, the name became
spelled as Power, and they held most of the baronies of Decies
and Upperthird. Their lands were called “Powers Country”….
(partial extract from the Book of Irish Families, great and small.)

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)   DelaPoer as Powers is given in the Irish Book of Arms.
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Coming Up Later in this episode:
The top 3 destinations for the Irish when they get on a plane !

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The Free Master online index at www.Irishroots.com shows:
Listings for the name Powers 48 times, here are a few examples:

1)   Powerstown in The Families of Co. Dublin, Ireland.
2)   Powers of Wexford in the Annals of Ireland by the 4 Masters, etc..
3)   P. Powers in Irish Families on the California Trail.
4)   Powers in the Families of Co. Limerick, Ireland
5)   Genealogical History of the Milesian Families of Ireland
6)   Co. Waterford Genealogy and family history
7)    Co. Tipperary Genealogy and family history notes.

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)  Powers family from Michael Powers b. 1727 Ire, d. 1807 in CT.
http://powersgenealogy.home.comcast.net/~powersgenealogy/

2)   Mahon Falls, Comeragh Mountains, Waterford, Ireland

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZxrEn4C374

3)  Waterford Crystal factory is open now – House of Waterford
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93aznSPZPEE

4) Colcannon: Irish Mashed Potatoes recipe (Video)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyqlYIWjnnQ

see also our Irish Video Shorts at:
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Curious News and Notes, From Ireland today

1)  Reports now give that Susan Boyle, the amazing singer
discovered on TV not that long ago, is the first solo singer to
simultaneously have the number 1 album in the U.S. and
the UK, TWICE in 12 months !  Susan is billed as Scots-Irish and
her parents were from County Mayo.
Only the Monkees in 1967 and the Beatles in 1969 did the same
and of course they were groups….
http://www.rte.ie/ten/2010/1118/boyles.html

2)  Gary Leahy now has 3 gold medals for bow making from the
largest competition in the world.  No, not the bow and arrow, but
the Violin, Viola, and Cello bows. ( Cost 3000 – 10,000 Euro ea.)
He uses Brazilian wood, and Mongolian horse hairs for starters….

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2010/1117/1224283526855.html

3)  Paddy Gleeson of County Clare held the titled of the oldest man
in Ireland until recently, at age 106.  He credited lack of drink,
an odd cigarette, and being nice to all as keys to a long life.

http://www.theirishworld.com/article.asp?SubSection_Id=2&Article_Id=16453

4)  Roberta O’Brien was the Naval services first commanding officer
in Ireland and has completed her first two year rotation as ship’s
Captain.

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2010/1113/1224283235344.html

5)   Dohop search engine has recorded the top ten destinations of
the Irish by plane.  Dublin is first, then Orlando and Las Vegas,
London, Budapest and a few more listed here:

http://www.theirishworld.com/article.asp?SubSection_Id=9&Article_Id=16438

6)   Rare demand for Irish potatoes appearing.  A bumper harvest
in Ireland and not in Europe, leads to Irish Potato boom.

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2010/1112/1224283151464.html

7)  If you are just starting out on a genealogy search, remember
services like Ancestry.com, have billions of records.  Just be
sure to know who you are looking for and when !  date of birth
or death is always helpful, but then, that may be what you are
looking for in the first place….
They offer a 14 day free trial.

http://www.ancestry.com/

…….So end the notes from the Irish Hedge Row today.
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Show 143
Among Todays Topics at the Hedge School:

1)  The Family Name of the Day is Sullivan
2)  National Hedge School Launch Feb 13
3)  Say good by to Waterford, also the book of the month
4)  Worlds oldest Irish newspaper abroad is where ?
5)  The Irish in Scotland resource
6)  Guinness now delivers water
7)  Sean Nós song and dance fest

Listen to all of our podcasts on the iTunes Irish Provider Page at:
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This Weeks Audio Timeline

Todays Topics:                    1:00
Notes from Mike:                 2:00
Irish Hedge School  :           4:00
Waterford Book :                 6:30
The Magnificent Seven:        9:30
Sullivan 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
Our Enhanced podcast with photos and links is also free at:
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Meet Your Irish Hedge School Podcast Hosts
At the Launch of our U.S. Workshops on Feb. 13,
Saturday 1:00 to 3:30, at the Irish Museum at
Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri
History – Language – Song – Genealogy included
Reserve your place today !
http://web.mac.com/irishpat/IrishRootsCafe/Hedge_School.html
email us or the Irish Museum info@irishmuseum.org
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Notes This Week:
What’s happening today at the Irish Roots Cafe

1) Working on launching our Hedge School here.  It does
take a lot of time to put these things together.  We will start
with one or two fields of study.  It will be available in up to
3 ways. First, as free podcasts on iTunes and here at
irishroots.com.  Second, in audio format, either downloadable
or on CD as .mp3 files.  Third, some fields of study will
have a hedge teacher available as a ‘private’ consultant, don’t
you know now…. so, this will be interesting!

2)  We now have our first audio book up and running. It is
‘ Missouri Irish, Kansas City, St. Louis, the Irish Wilderness…’
Molly is the narrator.  So if you need some entertainment
while driving down the road or falling off to sleep, here is a
new opportunity for you !

3)  We are doing our international launch of the Hedge School
on Saturday, February 13, on up in Kansas City.  The Irish
Museum there volunteered the space so there we go. Hotel
rooms should be reasonable if you book soon.  We will have
workshops sessions in several areas, including:

Basic Irish Language
Irish History through Song
Genealogy, DNA, Sean Nos, Rare Books

Workshops themselves run from 1:00 to 3:00.
This includes a general opening session with all the
Hedge Teachers.

Meet the Hedge Teachers
Afterword meet with the 3 Hedge teachers:
Peter Adams, host of Hedge Row History, Irish Song….
Renata, host of Hello Fada on the Irish Language
Mike, founder and host of this podcast and author
of many an Irish book.

Private Collections Displayed
The Hedge teachers will also have displays of their private
collections of genealogy books (Mike), Irish jewelry from
Renatas an Stór, and a travel table by Peter.  Visit with us
as the sessions finish, and you might find some more travel
tips, genealogy clues, or Irish Language notes of use !

When: Saturday Feb. 13. 2010
Where:
The Irish Museum and Cultural Center
Downstairs at Union Station
phone the Museum: 816-474-3848
Admission: $15 includes workshops, materials,
meet and greet after, and Displays.
And do remember, you can plan your trip to Ireland or
perhaps get a nice piece of jewelry for that special
someone while your visiting at the displays after the
sessions.

We may even adjourn to a pub after all is said and done !

You can also reserve a spot by dropping
me a line from the web page if you like,
or on Twitter or Facebook

Schools were outlawed for the Irish with the coming
of the penal laws in Ireland.
Outlaw schoolteachers then taught outdoors, by the
sunny side of the hedge, in nooks and crannies, by the
side of the road, when ever and where ever possible.
Students would carry turf to school for fueling the
fire on a chilly day.  They ‘carried the sod’ so to speak.
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Photo Enhanced version:      http://www.irishroots.com/podcasten/rss.xml
Irish in America:                http://www.irishroots.com/podcast2/rss.xml
Irish Song /recitation:    http://www.irishroots.com/podcast3/rss.xml
Irish Video Shorts:         http://www.irishroots.com/irishvideo/rss.xml
Irish Hedge Row History:       http://www.irishroots.com/podcast4/rss.xml
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Book of the Month:

1)  County Waterford, Ireland genealogy and family history notes.
Part of our 34 book set on Irish Families, this book is just for research in
County Waterford.  Not a large collection of family history, but rather a guide
and primer for researching any family in Waterford.

Names on the Map of the Four Masters shown in County Waterford
( map found in the Annals of Ireland by the Four Masters, IGF edition)

Barron
Butler
Comerford
Dalton
Fitzgerald, B.
Lombard
Magrath
Morris
O’    Baire, C.
O’    Begley
O’    Bric, L.
O’    Brien, C.
O’    Conran, C.
O’    Crotty, C.
O’    Dennehy
O’    Felan, P.
O’    Flahavan
O’    Flannagan
O’    Geary
O’    Mullane
O’    Mullany
le    Poer, L.
le    Poer (Power)
Sherlock
Talbot
Wadding
Wall
Walsh
White
Wyse

For more about the above book go to:
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Coming Up:
The sailors cure reborn in County Sligo
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Time to raise our eyes skywards, give thanks, and  ask for help !
Here are todays “Magnificent Seven” :

1)  Welcome Gail Dolly of McAlpin, Florida as a new member !
The Dolly family in Galway and the Barron family of Belfast

2)  Elizabeth Robillard of Bellaire, Texas, your Book of Irish Families
great and small has shipped !

3)  Sandra Tremulis of Redwood City, CA, your Book of Irish Families
and Kings and Queens County Ireland genealogy book has shipped.

4)  Welcome Denise Tanner of Louisville, KY, as a new member !
I am looking for a Shaughnessy family that lived in Glenduff and Ashford
areas of County Limerick.  Specifically I am looking for a Patrick (Henry?) Shaughnessy (abt 1811-abt 1848) of Glenduff, his wife’s name.  I believe
his father was George O’ Shaughnessy of Ashford (1780-1785).  Patrick’s
wife and children immigrated to America in 1851, settled for awhile in
Janesville, WI, then moved on to Iowa and Kansas.  Patrick Henry
Shaughnessy (1834 Glenduff) is my great Grandfather. His mother
died when they reached America, so he helped raise his siblings:
Mary. Schanna, Catherine. John (Jon?), Thomas, and Michael, all
born in Limerick, all immigrated to Wisconsin

5)  Welcome Ruth Stewart of San Jose, CA, as a new member !
Michael & Mary Hines (Hynes) first appear in the census of Ramapo,
Suffern, NY in 1855 stating they had been there one year.  He goes to
work for the Railroad. I’ve looked at all available sources without any
information on where they came from in Ireland.  I’ve currently found a
daughter, Celia, married to Frederick O’Donnell indicating they were
married in Ireland so I’m trying to find out as much information as I can
about this couple and their family.  Both common names adding to the
difficulty of the research.  Continue to search for their home in Ireland.

6)  Welcome Kathy Trapp of Darien, IL as a new member !
Researching Frost (of Meelick House, Co. Clare), O’Halloran of
Limerick, and O’Shaughnessy of Meelick House.

7) Welcome John J. Hartwell of Oxford, Massachusetts,

Check out our online search list at:

http://www.irishroots.com/content/view/21/45/

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Sponsors are welcome and needed.
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Irish Family Name of the Day:
Sullivan

Todays family history in honor of member:
John B. Sullivan of Shoreline, Washington

Related Spellings of the Name
O’Sullivan, McSullivan, Soolivan, Sulivane, Sullivane, Sullivant

Varient Spelling Groups:  #1686, 1907, 1936, 3121,
From The Guide to the Various Spellings of Irish Family Names
http://www.irishroots.com/id4918.htm

History of the Name Sullivan
The O’Sullivan name is the third most numerous name in
all of Ireland, following only Kelly and Murphy in prominence.
The main branches of the Sullivan clan are as follows.  First,
O’Sullivan Beara, of Co. Cork and known as “princes of Beara”
in earlier days.  Secondly, O’Sullivan Mor, who were lords of
Dunkerron, and thirdly, O’Sullivan of Conc Raffan, chiefs of
Knockgraffen in Co. Tipperary.

copyright 2009, 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)  O’Sullivan with a boar and a stag and two lions, sword & serpent
2)  O’Sullivan Beare with two Boars….
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Coming Up Later in this episode:
1.3 million Irish church records online free
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The Free Master online index at www.Irishroots.com shows:
Listings for the name numerous times, here are a few examples:

1)  In the Irish Book of Arms of course
2)  In ‘Surnames of Ireland’ with 200 surname maps
3)  O’Sullivan in King James Irish Army List
4)  O’Sullivan Beara in Families of County Cork, Ireland
5)  O’Sullivan arrested by town marshal – j7 (JAIHS)
6)  O’Sullivan Branches, in Families of County Kerry, Ireland
7)  P.; M.; J; Firehouse in Irish Families on the California trail

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)  1.3 million Irish Church records online, free of charge
Department of Art, Sport and Tourism
www.irishgenealogy.ie

2)   The Irish in Scotland blog
http://www.irishscotsgenealogy.com/blog/

3)  Oldest Newspaper for Irish abroad is in Argentina, 135 years.
“The Southern Cross”
http://www.thesoutherncross.com.ar/notacomp.php?id=1052

4)  Internet Genealogy Magazine features Irish Roots podcast !
http://internet-genealogy.com/SampleUC_1.htm

5) Hedge School Launch Page: History-Genealogy-Language-Song
http://web.mac.com/irishpat/IrishRootsCafe/Hedge_School.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)  Ruptured pipes meant no water in parts of Ireland, so
it was up to Guinness to refit their 30,000 litre trucks to
pump water.  Dublin seemed to be the largest in need.
http://www.independent.ie/national-news/guinness-delivers-pints-of-the-clear-stuff-across-capital-2016426.html

2)  Voya Seaweed Baths in Strandhill, Co. Sligo.
They started out in 1912 on the shore, until blown away in the 60’s.
The baths were known as a ‘sailors cure’ and are open again.
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/magazine/2010/0123/1224262672858.html

3)  A sad day for Waterford as the Waterford Crystal visitors centre
closed at Kilbarry last week.  In better days some 330,000 visitors
a year showed up, and 3,000 people worked for the companies here.
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2010/0123/1224262926773.html

4)  English no longer required in Irish primary schools.
A law has been withdrawn forcing English to be included in the
all Irish language schools.
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2010/0121/1224262783290.html

5)  Sean Nós song and dance is real at Temple Bar TradFest
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/features/2010/0122/1224262838963.html

6)  National University of Ireland dissolving after 100 years, as
recommended in the McCarthy report.
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2010/0121/1224262782579.html?via=mr
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A one of a kind resource, Mike is the most published author
his field, including books; newsletters; podcasts; and videos.

Note his 34 book genealogy set ‘The Irish Families Project’. _________________________________________________________

The Hedge School has 8 Broadcast series, including :

The History of Ireland
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