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County Kildare, Wicklow, & Carlow Genealogy
County Kildare, Wicklow, & Carlow Genealogy
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Family History
NOTES and Coats of Arms


Finding Your Family in Counties Kildare, Wicklow & Carlow This illustrated, well indexed book, was created exclusively to help you find your family in County Kildare, Wicklow & Carlow, Ireland. Focusing specifically on families within the county, it includes an introduction to research and sources in Kildare, Wicklow & Carlow. The most numerous families from birth records are given, as well as rather rare Kildare, Wicklow & Carlow families found in heraldic records. Included you will find a full page county map from the Atlas of Ireland, along with a listing of modern parishes and old townlands, along with the address and location of records for more research. Published by the Irish Genealogical Foundation, this book was originally made for members researching in Kildare, Wicklow & Carlow.

What this book does This work includes copies of actual records (some worn, torn and faded), from the IGF Library. It also includes rough sketches of family coats of arms and notes from centuries past - seldom found elsewhere. The resources provided here will help research any family in the county, including old Irish families, and settler families from England, Scotland, Wales and the continent. This book is a hands on guide for finding your family in Kildare, Wicklow & Carlow - some family history is included - but it is not a gigantic collection of family histories . (For that see 'The Book of Irish Families, great & small', the first book in the Irish Families series by O'Laughlin.)

The Irish Families Project for Kildare, Wicklow & Carlow The Master book to the 29 volume Irish Families series is 'The Book of Irish Families, great & small'. That book gives hundreds of family histories from County Kildare, Wicklow & Carlow, and the surrounding areas. "County Kildare, Wicklow & Carlow Genealogy and Family History Notes", volume 16 in the series, expands upon that coverage with added families and new resources just for Kildare, Wicklow & Carlow. (In this way both books can work together as a set if desired, or they may be used independently for research.)

Most Numerous Families The most numerous families in Kildare County in the 19th century were: (variant spellings follow the name)
Kelly.....Kelley.....Kellie
Murphy.....Murphey.....Murphie
Dunne.....Dunn.....Donne
Byrne.....Burne.....Bierne
Nolan.....Nolane.....Nolin
Connor.....Conor.....Conner
Smith.....Smythe.....Smithe
Farrell.....Farel.....Farrall
Ryan.....Riane.....Ryane
Moore.....More.....Moor
Carroll.....Carol.....Caroll
Neill.....Neale....O'Neal
Bolger.....Bulger.....Bolgre
Doyle.....Doyl.....Doyal


And In County Wicklow :
Byrne.....Burn.....Beirne
Doyle.....Doyal.....Doyl
Murphy.....Murphey.....Morphey
Kelly.....Kelley.....Kellie
Kavanagh.....Cavanagh.....Kavanaugh
Nolan.....Nolen.....Nolin
Brien.....Brian.....Bryan
Kehoe.....Keyhoe.....Keehoe
Lawler.....Lawlor.....Lalor
Toole.....Tool.....O'Toole
Dunne.....Donne.....Dunn
Farrell.....Farel.....Farrel
Redmond.....Redmon.....Readmond

And in County Carlow :
Murphy.....Murphey.....Morphy
Byrne.....Burne.....Beirne
Doyle.....Doyal.....Doyl
Nolan.....Nulan.....Nollane
Neill.....Neale.....O'Neal
Brennan.....Brannan.....Brennen
Kelly.....Kelley.....Kely
McDonald.....McDonnell.....MacDonold
Kavanagh....Cavanagh.....Kavanaugh
Whelan.....Whalan.....Whalen
Ryan.....Riane.....Ryane

TABLE OF CONTENTS
List of Books, ISBN data.
Chart of the Suttons of Castletown

P a r t O n e
Introduction to Sources; Birth Index..
National Resource List ..
Local Resource List.
Names in other sources .
Passenger List extracts.

P a r t T w o
The complete existing returns from the 'census' of 1659,
also showing the methods of spelling family names and place names at that time in history. This census is organized by barony, townland and parish. The baronies included are Ophaly; Naase; Clane; Connell; Salt; Reban and Narragh; Kilkae and Moone; Ikeathye; Carbery; Kilcullen; Catherlagh; Rathvily; Forth; and Idrone & St. Molins. The full names of tituladoes are given, such as Clement Ryan, Bryan Kavanagh, Peirce Butler, Thomas Ewers, Thomas Eliott, Edward Fitzharris, Garrott Kinselagh, Jonathan Freind, and so on. Furthermore, at the end of each barony there is a list of 'Principall Irish Names and Their Number'. In one barony the names of Bolger 13, Byrne 64, Brenan 16, Bane 11, Curren 22, O Clovan 5, Duffe 12, Dillan 65, Foly 10, and so on are given. This is repeated for each barony. Different surnames appear in different baronies, thus providing a clue for researchers. It is important to note that the spellings of place names and family names changed over time. The researcher should be aware of minor changes in the spelling of his name. Also in this section are extracts from the Topographical Dictionary and Keatings History, along with wills for the diocese of Leighlin 1652-1800.

P a r t T h r e e
Coats of Arms and Genealogical Notes.
Arms connected in some way to the county, as taken from the
Irish Book of Arms. The original listings provide specific
locations for families, and clues for future research. Among those in this section with rough sketches of coats of arms are
Joshua Allen; Aylmer of Kilcock; Borrowes of Gilltown; Bourke of Naas; Burdett of Ballymany; Clements of Killadoon; O'Coonor Henchy of Stonebrook; Cooke Trench of Millicent; Anne Crofton of the line of Croker of Backwestern; De Burgh of Oldtown; De Courcy of Robertstown House; Eustace of Kilcock; Finny of Leixlip; James Fitzgerald of Carton; Margaretta Foster; Greem of Millbrook; Dr. George Lewis Jones of Kildare; Kennedy of Baronrath; Lawless of Cloncurry; Mansfield of Morristown Lattin; Palmer of Rahan; Wogan-Browne of Castle Brown; Arthur Wolfe; Joseph Leeson; Alice Howard of Wicklow; John Henniker; John Stratford of Baltinglass; Richard Wingfield; Bayly of Ballyarthur; Somerville of Clermont; Spedding; Stoney of the Downs; Deane of Glendaragh; Tynte of Tynte Park; Warren of Ballydonarea; Henry Maynard, Baron; Bagenal of Carlow; Burton of Burton Hall; Delany of Bagnalstown; John Dawson, Baron Dawson; Kavanagh of Borris; Robertson of Huntington Castle; Vigors of Burgage; Philip Wharton; and Wolseley of Mt. Wolseley.

P a r t F o u r
Family History Notes from the works of O'Hart...
Among the families with special entries here are those of: Dowling; Earl of Carbery; Kavanagh; Kelly of Hy Maile; MacDonald of Wicklow; Nowlan; O'Byrne; Ryan of Idrone; O'Murphy of Carlow; and O'Neylon of Kildare. Also given are names from confiscations.

P a r t F ive
Finding Locations.
County Maps.
Index of Place Names, ancient & modern.
A sampling of place names to assist in finding locations in the county, as taken from the Master Book of Irish Place Names. Included in the selection are modern parish names and older townland names.
Surname Index
Illustrations:
Sutton Family (4) ;
Wicklow Waterfall (14);
White's Castle (C-27);
Carbery Castle (C-27);
Carlow Castle (C-28);
Lye or McLysach of Rathbride.

Families on the 4 Masters Map
What families were in the county in earlier days ? This might provide a clue to the locations of your family today. Here are some of the families given on the Map in the History of Ireland by the 4 Masters (Connellan translation. 2003, I.G.F.) E. = Earl, L.=Lord, C. = chieftain.

In County Kildare:
Aylmer Birmingham, B. Burke Delahoyde Fitzgerald, D. Fitzgerald Fitzgerrald, E. Fitzhenry Mac Donnell O' Carey, L. O' Colgan, C. O' Connor, P. O' Cullen O' Dempsey O' Dunn, C. O' Kelly, L. O' Murrigan, P. O' Toole, L. de Vesey, L., and Wogan.

In County Wicklow:
Archbold Butler, B. Cheevers FitzEustace, V. Fitzgerald, L. Fitzwilliam, L. Furlong Hughes O' Byrne, L. Mac Murrough, P. O' Cullen, C. O' Dowling, C. O' Doyle, C. O' Gahan, L. O' Horan O' Kelly, C. O' Teige (Tighe) O' Toole, P. Talbot, and Walsh.

In County Carlow:
Butler, B. Carew, B. Chevers Coke Eustace Fitzgerald Grace Lombard Mac Gorman, C. Mac Teigue O' Bolger O' Cahill, C. O' Cavanagh, L. Mac Murrough O' Doran, C. O' Doyle O' Doyne O' Gorman O' Kinsellagh O' Moore, L. O' Nolan, L. O' Ryan, L. Sarsfield Strongbow Tallon and Wall.

. The Final Word A hands on guide to find your family within the county Kildare, County Wicklow, and County Carlow . New; Full size 8 1/2 x 11; 76 pages; heavier parchment type cover; lay flat binding; illustrations, some of which may appear faded with age as in the originals; County Map; Local Sources; Coats of Arms; and record extracts. Many families are given with family history notes, specific locations; coat of arms; and seats of power. Some are only mentioned. A must for any researcher. ( For a large collection of family histories within the county we also recommend "The Book of Irish Families, great & small", by O'Laughlin.)

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