2 edition of A fragment of an Irish MS. history of the McDonalds of Antrim found in the catalog.
A fragment of an Irish MS. history of the McDonalds of Antrim
Written in English
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According to the account in this book his was a Scotch-Irish family who were colonized in Northern Ireland during the protectorate of Oliver Cromwell. Clearly incorrectly, it reports that about , Matilda Carson McGough, a widow with five or six children, in company with other emigrants, relatives, and neighbors, settled in North Carolina. The following list of names and information as to occupation and their addresses were transcribed by the Rev. P. O Gallachair from Ms in the National Library of Ireland & MS 1A National Archives of Ireland, and published in the Clogher Record.
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Somhairle Buidhe Mac Domhnaill (Somerled of the yellow hair, son of Donnell, anglicised Sorley Boy McDonnell, or MacDonald in Scotland) (c.
– ), Scoto-Irish prince or flaith and chief, was the son of Alexander MacDonnell, lord of Islay and Kintyre (Cantire), and Catherine, daughter of the Lord of nell is best known for establishing the MacDonnell clan in Antrim Resting place: Bonamargy Friary. McDonald surname history MacDonald is extremely numerous and widespread throughout Ireland.
It is commonly a confusion for MacDonnell (q.v.), and shares the same origin, coming from the Gaelic personal name Domhnall, meaning "world mighty". Dick and Mac McDonald open McDonald's Bar-B-Q restaurant on Fourteenth and E streets in San Bernardino, California. It is a typical drive-in featuring a large menu and car hop service.
The McDonald brothers shut down their restaurant for three months for alterations. In December it reopens as a self-service drive-in restaurant. McDonald’s, American fast-food chain that is one of the world’s largest, known for its hamburgers, especially Big Macs.
Its other popular items include Egg McMuffins, Happy Meals, and Chicken McNuggets. Learn more about McDonald’s, including its history. The majority of McDonalds can be found today in Ulster. Variant spellings of the Irish surname McDonald include MacDonald, Donaldson, MacDonny, and others.
Learn more about the McDonald family name. Our Framed Irish Family Name History, (#) has more information on the McDonald surname.
There is a wide selection of McDonald coat of arms. Notes. Brian MacDonald: According to the MS. Vols. 4, and F. 6, in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin, the possessions of this family stretched along the foot of the mountain range, upon the marshes of the Pale, and bore the name of "The Clandonnell's Countrie," as late, at least, as Dr.
O'Donovan in his edition of the Four Masters, Vol. V., p.writes: "In Col. McDonald is primarily a Scottish surname, however, the form MacDonnell (Mac Domhnaill) is found in Ireland. The Irish MacDonnell's have three distinct origins: * A Scottish clan from Argyle (Lord.
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Teachers: Introduce your students to curriculum-linked topics and take them on a. Antrim % Tyrone % Fermanagh % Armagh % Down % We have records in our Genealogy Collections for the McDonald surname.
Meaning and Origins of the Surname. We have no additional information on the origin of the MCDONALD Family surname at present.
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from unknown Ireland County; in Australia from unkown Ireland County; in Canada from unknown. Get this from a library. The MacDonnells of Antrim on the Continent: O'Donnell lecture delivered at University College Dublin, 10th May [Micheline Kerney Walsh].
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It can be both. The root personal name in both cases is the name Domhnall (Dónal is reformed irish spelling). This was one of the most common male personal names in the Gaelic world, it appears to derive from the reconstructed Proto-Celtic ‘*Dumno.
"Deputy Court Cheque Book" (votes cast) D/L/1: PRONI [Unpublished] Map: Map of Glenarm, including tenants' names: The Glynns: journal of the Glens of Antrim Historical Society No.9, Belfast: National Library of Ireland Ir g 2: Spinning-Wheel Premium List: Online: Also FTM CD 27 "Irish Flax Growers" Spinning.
A list of passengers from Londonderry to New York, on the ship AMERICAN, sworn at Londonderry, 31 March Hi, got this from GENIRE and transcribed from a book called "Handbook on Irish Genealogy" by Donald F.
Begley, posted by: (Alison Davies) Patk. Various census fragments. NAI Thrift Abstracts. May be on the / Irish census cd Tynan parish, c. in ‘The History of Charlemont Fort and Borough, Griffiths Valuation of Ireland Census of the Church of Ireland parish of Shankill, Co’s Armagh and Down, with the local Clergymen Creggan Upper.
4 Bunting, Edward, A General Collection of the Ancient Irish Music (London, ); idem, A General Collection of the Ancient Music of Ireland (London, ); idem, The Ancient Music of Ireland (Dublin, ).
The year of publication was not printed in Bunting's first book, but in his third (p. 5) he writes that it ‘was the first and only collection of genuine harp music given to the world.Alexander McDonnell (), Irish chess master, unofficial World Champion; Sir Alexander McDonnell (), 1st Baronet, was an Irish civil servant, commissioner of national education in Ireland; Alasdair McDonnell (b.
), Northern Irish politician, deputy leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party.Irish Census Fragment Larne, County Antrim. Genealogy documentary sources are scarce for the 18th and early 19th centuries due to the destruction by fire in of most of the public records of Ireland.
Name, Position in Household, Marital Status, Age, Occupation, Birth Place. Census Return Fragments For Larne, County Antrim, Ireland.