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Australia
See also: Irish-Australian Family Histories
Emigration to Australia - PRONI Home-coming Series
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Australian Dictionary of Biography
   Many Irish-Australians listed
   By the National Centre of Biography (Canberra, ongoing project, 2012) - ADB Website - Search by text: e.g. 'Ireland' 1,349 matches or by name: e.g. Beale 2 matches

Australian Dictionary of Dates and Men of the Time
   containing the History of Australasia from 1542 to May, 1879
   Irish born and descent:
   ADAMS, Philip Francis, family moved from Strongford [Strangford], north of Ireland, 1838
   BALANCE, Hon. John, b. Glenavy, Co Antrim, 1839
   BELL, Hon. Joshua Peter, b. Co. Kildare, 1826
   CORRY, Somerset Richard, Earl of Belmore, Viscount and Baron of Castle Coole, Co. Fermanagh
   BENNETT, William Christopher, b. Ireland, 1823
   BOURKE, Lt-general Sir Richard, K.C.B., b. 1778, d. at his seat in Limerick
   BOWEN, Sir George Ferguson, b. 1821
   BURKE, Robert O'Hara, b. St. Cleram, Co. Galway, 1820
   BURNS, John Fitzgerald, M.L.A., b. North of Ireland
   BUTLER, Hon. Edward, Q.C., M.L.C., b. Co. Kilkenny, 1829
   CAIRNS, Sir William Wellington, K.C.M.G., b. 1828 of Parkmount and Rushpark, Co. Antrim and Cultra, Co. Down
   CALLAGHAN, Judge Thomas, b. Dublin, 1818
   CASEY, Hon. James Joseph, C.M.G., b. Tromroe, Co. Clare, 1831
   COLLINS, Colonel David, first Governor of Tasmania, of Irish Descent
   CONOLLY, Rev. Philip, first R.C. clergyman of Van Diemen's Land
   CORDNER, William John, b. Dungannon, 1826
   CRANE, Martin, D.D., b. Wexford, 1818
   CRUMMER, Major James Henry, b. Birr, King's Co.
   DALY, Sir Dominick, 7th Governor of South Australia, b. Ardfry, Co. Galway, 1798
   DAY, Edward Denny, b. Kerry, 1801
   DENIEHY, Daniel Henry
   DUFFY, Sir Charles Gavan, b. Co. Monaghan, 1816; mar. Miss M'Laughlin, dau. of Belfast merchant
   'Eva' otherwise KELLY, Eva Mary, writer, dau. of gentleman of Co. Galway
   FALLON, James Thomas, b. Athlone, 1823
   FAUCETT, Peter, b. Dublin, Pusine Judge of Supreme Court of New South Wales
   FITZGERALD, John Fitzgerald Foster Vesey, b. Dublin 1818
   FITZGERALD, Hon. Nicholas, M.L.C. b. Galway, 1829
   FITZGIBBON, Edmond Gerald, native of Cork
   FLANAGAN, Roderick, b. Elphin, Co. Roscommon
   FORREST, Rev. John, D.D., b. Buttevant, Co. Cork
   more...
   By J. H. Heaton (Sydney, 1879) - OL

The Catalpa Expedition

   Rescue of Irish political prisoners from a jail in Freemantle, Australia
   By Z. W. Pease (1897) - OL- Watch a video about the Catalpa

Colonial Gentry

   A Genealogical and Heraldic History
   By Sir Bernard Burke, D.B., LL.D. (1891) - OL

A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Colonial Gentry - Vol I - 
Vol II
   features many families of Irish origin in Canada, Australia, etc.
   By Sir Bernard Burke, C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms (London, 1891) - OL

   mention of the Irish in Australia
   By the Rev. E. A. D'Alton, LL.D., M.R.I.A. (London,  1920) - OL

   from 'The Glories of Ireland'
   By Brother Leo, F.S.C., M.A. (Washington, D.C., 1914) - IA

   By James Francis Hogan (1887) - OL

   A Dictionary of biography - the Commonwealth of Australia and the Dominion of New Zealand; many Irish born and of Irish descent
   By Fred Johns (Adelaide, 1908) - OL

* Queensland and Emigration
   from Duffy's Hibernian Magazine
   By Unknown author (Dublin, 1862) - OL



Great Britain
Moving Here - 200 years of migration in England
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* ALMOND: Almond of Loretto
   The life and letters of Hely Hutchinson Almond of Glasgow; his grandmother the Hon. Mary Hely-Hutchinson was the daughter of the Provost of Trinity College and Secretary of State for Ireland
   By Robert Jameson Mackenzie, M.A. Oxon. (London, 1905) - OL - Hely Hutchinson Almond in: Wikipedia

* ANGLIM: Anglim Odysseys - An Anglim Family History
   Anglims in Ireland, England, United States, Australia
   By Christopher Anglim (Silver Spring, Maryland, 2011) - Word doc - LCC

* ARRELL: The Arrells of Ulster
   Part III of The Arrol, Arroll and Arrell Families; Castledawson, Magherafelt, Knocklouchrim, Cabragh, Bellaghy; descendants in Northern Ireland, Canada, England, Scotland, New Zealand, Japan and United States
   By John Arrol, Edited by Robert N. Arrol, M.D. (Danville, California, 1994) - IA

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* BELLEW:
   - Bellew from "Family Records and Pedigrees"
     Compiled by Lavinia M. Squarey (1909) - IA
   - Bellew
     extract from 'The Roll of Battle Abbey' in 'The Patrician' Vol I
     By John Burke, Esq. (London, 1846) - OL - Bellew (surname) in: Wikipedia - Bellewstown in: Wikipedia

* BENNETT:
   - Bennett of Banffshire, Scotland  in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - Corrigenda et Addenda

* BLACK: A Clerical Tradition: The Story of the Black and Related Families
   in Scotland, Ireland, USA and Australia
   By Robyn Jessiman (Wagga Wagga, 2001) - FHB


   with their English and American Kindred
   By Charles Knowles Bolton (Boston, 1937) - IA

* BRAY: A Barltrop Chronicle
   John Bray b. Ireland 1792; bef 1817 moved to London
   By Roger Barltrop (Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex, 2000) - FHB

* BRAMSTON:
   - Bramston of Screens, Essex, England in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BRODERICK:
   - From Most Rev. Charles Broderick, Archbishop of Cashel, b. 1761 4th son of 3rd Viscount Midleton in: Crisp's Visitation of England and Wales Vol V

* BRONTE: In the Footsteps of the Brontes
   By Mrs. Ellis H. Chadwick (London, 1914) - OL - Patrick Bronte in: Irish Graves - Wikipedia

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* CASEY:
   - Casey of England, late of Munster - Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CHADWICK: The Chadwicks of Guelph and Toronto and their Cousins
   family in Ireland, England, Wales, Michigan, Canada
   By E. M. Chadwick (Privately printed, for family use only, Toronto, 1914) - OL

* CLIBBORN:
   - Clibborn of Bath, England; and of Dublin, Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

Correspondence between HM Government and the Provisional Government of Ireland relating to the Liability for the Relief of Irish Refugees
   HMSO (London, 1922) - OL

* COPINGER, COPPINGER:
   - History of the Copingers or Coppingers of the County of Cork
   and the counties of Suffolk and Kent, England; Including Pedigree from Stephen Copinger, M.P. for the city of Cork, 1559, Mayor of Cork, 1564 and 1572
   By Walter Arthur Copinger (Manchester, London, 1884) - FHB - Library of Congress catalogue 1919; copy in Cork City Library

* COWELL:
   - Cowell of Scotland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

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* DEANE, DENE, de DENE, DENNY: The Book of Dene, Deane, Adeane
   A Genealogical History; families in England and Ireland incl. Archbishop Dene, Deane of Torrinure and Berkeley Forest (with pedigree), Deane of Dromore (with pedigree of Lord Muskerry), Denny of Tralee, John Deane of Tully, Roscommon
   By Mary Deane (London, 1899) - OL

Dissertations on the History of Ireland
   To which is subjoined A Dissertation on the Irish Colonies established in Britain
By C. O'Conor, Esq. (Dublin, 1766) - OL

* DONGAN, DUNGAN: Dungan-Cannady
   1470 John Dongan, fishmonger, Baliff, Dublin. Family emigrated first to London 1500's then to Rhode Island in 1600's
Surnames in Ireland: Dongan, Walsh
By Bruce Barnes Cannady (USA, 2006) - FHB

* DONLEY: Elizabeth Durrah and Oscar Wilkins

   Arthur Donley, b. Kilyman, Ireland, 1779; m. Catherine Hyde, 1782, England
   By Loraine Durfee Crow (West Valley City, Utah, 2005) - FHB

* DUIGNAN:
   - Duignan of Walsall, England in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* DUNN: Dunn: a Family History circa 1810 - 2001
   Some descendants of Martin Joseph Dunn, tailor from Dublin, in England, USA
   By June A. Noble (USA, 2001) - FHB

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Emigration from Ireland
   being the Second Report of the Committee
   Mr Tuke's Fund (London, 1883) - IA

   540 Descendants in Canada and USA
   also the Descendants of:
   Michael Brett and Ann Scully - 43 descendants in USA
   John Sweeney and Mary Dineen - 436 descendants in Australia, England, Ireland, Venezuela, USA
   Martin Fahy and Mary Morrissey - 102 descendants in Australia, England, Ireland, Scotland, USA
   Bryan Fahy and Margaret - 500 descendants in England, Ireland, Philippines, West Germany, USA
   Philip Fahy and Bridget Cunnane - 78 descendants in England, Ireland, USA
   James Fahey and Margaret Costelloe - 128 descendants in Ireland, USA
   By Verne Raymond Spear (Edition limited to 1600 copies, West Hawley, Massachusetts, 1984) - FHB Note: LARGE FILE!

* FORBES: Genealogy of the Family of Forbes

   ...Ochonacher, the progenitor of the Forbeses, who came from Ireland to Scotland about the end of the twelfth century and for killing a bear took the name Forbear, now pronounced Forbes
   By Mr. Mathew Lumsden of Tulliekerne (1580, reprint Inverness, 1819) - OL

* FORSYTH, FORSAYETH: Memorial of the Family of Forsyth de Fronsac

   Family of Forsyth of Failzerton, County Ayr were obliged to leave Scotland and settled in Ireland - descendants in USA; Forsayeth of Whitechurch House, Cappagh, Co. Waterford; related families in Scotland, New Zealand, Canada and USA
   By Frederick Gregory Forsyth de Fronsac (Boston, 1903) - OL - Scottish Clan Forsyth in: Wikipedia

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* GERALDINES:
   The Geraldines in Merioneth
   Wynne, of Peniarth, Pedigree [Geraldine connection]
   Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica Vol I New Series
   by Joseph Jackson Howard, LL.D., F.S.A. (London, 1874) - IA
  descendants of the Geraldines
  By A Persone of Qualitie (Edinburgh, 1829) - OL

* GREENE:

   - Pedigree of the Family of Greene
     formerly of Greenville, Low Grange and Newtown House, Co. Kilkenny, Moorestown Castle, Co. Tipperary; Old Abbey, Co. Limerick; Kilmanahan Castle, Kilnamack; and Dungarvan, Co. Waterford; and now of Millbrook, Co. Kildare, Gaulstown House, Co. Meath and of The Shelleys, Lewes, Sussex, England as Registered in the Office of Arms, Dublin Castle. Also the Unregistered Pedigrees of Greene, formerly of Garryduff, Co. Tipperary and of Colonel Wm. Sheppey Greene
     By Lieut.-Colonel J. J. Greene, B.A., M.B. (150 copies; Dublin, 1899) - FHB - Library of Congress Catalogue 1919; copy in Linen Hall Library, Belfast
   - Pedigree of Richard Greene of 'The Shelleys', Lewes
     Family history of the Irish family of Greene from which he is descended; illustrated
     By Richard Greene (17 copies, Lewes, 1900) - FHB

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* HANNA:
   - Hanna of Ireland and Scotland in: Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* HARTE:
   - Harte of England in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* HARVEY: Genealogical Memoranda relating to the Family of Harvey
   beginning with William Harvey of Dunmore b. abt. 1674; descendants in England
   By Unknown author (Privately printed, England? 1894) - FHB

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Ireland in London
   Profusely Illustrated
   By Francis A. Fahy (1889) - OL

* Ireland and the Making of Britain

   By Benedict FitzPatrick (New York, London 1921) - OL

The Irish in Britain

   From the Earliest Times to the Fall and Death of Parnell
   By John Denvir (1894) - OL

* The Irish in England

   By William G. Todd, D.D. (London, 1857) - GB

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* JOYCE: A Joyce Family History
   of Dorsetshire, Southampton and Isle of Wight; family said to have originated in Ireland
   By Brian Charles Joyce, C. Eng. (England, 1984) - FHB

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* KELLS: Kells Family History
   Kells of Ireland, descendants in USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand
   By Robert A. Kells, D.D., Edward W. Kells (New Jersey, New York, 1934) - FHB

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* LANCASTER:
   - Lancaster of Sockbridge and Barton, Co. Westmoreland, England in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* LANGFORD:
   - Langford Data, from Ireland - Vol. 1 - Vol. 2 - Vol. 3 - Vol. 4 - Vol. 5 - Vol. 6 - Vol. 7 - Vol. 8 - Vol. 9 - Vol. 10 - Vol. 11 - Vol. 12 - Vol. 13 - Vol. 14 - Vol. 15 - Vol. 16 - Vol. 17 - Vol. 18 - Vol. 19 - Vol. 20
     Richard Langford, b. Barragh, Co. Carlow; mar. his cousin Elizabeth Langford; descendants in England, Ireland, USA
     By Frederick Langford (USA? late 20th century) - FHB

* LYNCH: The John Lynch Family of Woodlands, Arva, Co. Cavan

   John Lynch, Clerk of Sessions, Arvagh, b. abt. 1820; mar. Isabella Savage of Ballinagh; 5 children; descendants in Ireland, England, USA
   By Donald Patrick Brosnan (Published and bound privately, Tuson, Arizona, 1998) - FHB

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* MacCARTHY GLAS:
   - MacCarthy Glas of England in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* McCORMICK: McCormick Family
   of Manchester; from 'Fragmenta Genealogica' Vol XII
   By Frederick Arthur Crisp (100 copies printed at his private press, London, 1906) - IA

* McKERLIE:
   - McKerlie of Galloway, Scotland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

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* MILLER:
   - Miller of Scotland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* MINCHIN: The Book of Minchin
   Families in England, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, India
   By Dorothy Minchin-Comm (California, 2006) - FHB

* MORAN: Generations of Morans - Branching from Mayo to the World

   1855 - 2007; William Moran, son of Martin Moran and Anne Kelley, b. Rosturk, Co. Mayo, mar. Mary Ginelly Burrishoole, 1882; descendants in Ireland, England, USA
   By Kathleen Moran TullyKathi Woodward Moran (USA? 2007) - FHB

* MULOCK: The Family of Mulock

   Thomas Mulock or Mullock, of Ballynakill, or Ballinakill in the parish of Dononaughta, Co. Galway m. mid 17th century...; branches in Ireland, Bath, England, Canada
   By Sir Edmund Thomas Bewley, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S.A.I. (Dublin, 1905) - OL

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* NICHOLSON:
   - Nicholson of Moreton-in-the-Marsh and of Lydney, Gloucestershire, England in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

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* O'BRIEN:
   - O'Brien Family
     From a Bible with Apocrypha of 1632 begining with Donatus O'Brien, b. Barnsley, 1736, d. Dublin, 1761; from 'Fragmenta Genealogica - Vol X
     By Frederick Arthur Crisp (100 copies, Printed at his Private Press, London, 1904) - IA
   - O'Brien of England, Branch of Viscounts Clare in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

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* SHERLOCK: The Sherlocks of Ireland and Wales
   numerous Sherlock families discussed from Meath, Kildare, Dublin, Wexford, Waterford, Cork; also Wales, Canada, USA, New Zealand
   By Arian E. Collins (San Diego, California, 2011) - website

* SINCLAIR: A History and Lineage of Descendants of a Scottish Family by the Name of Sinclair

   who migrated from Scotland to Ireland in the Seventeenth Century. They settled in Newtownards, Co. Down and Belfast... There are descendants in Ireland and England...New Zealand, Australia, Nova Scotia and United States
   By Mrs. St. Claire Lappe Daub (Springfield, Delaware) - FHB

* SULLIVAN: A Family Chronicle

   An English family with Irish ancestors
   Edited by Gerturde Lyster (1908) - OL

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* REILY:
   - Reily of Redland Grove, Clifton, County of Somerset, England in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* Royal Family of England in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

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* STANE:
   - Stane of Forrest Hall, Co. of Essex, England in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* STEWART:
   - Stewart, High Stewards of Scotland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

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* TAYLOR: Taylor
   in Ireland, England, Wales, Canada, United States, South Africa and Australia; Andrew Taylor b. Lurgan St., Dublin, 1807 who started the Dublin and Glasgow Steam Packet Company
   By Robert W. Becker (New York, 2001) - FHB

* TEAPE, BUNCE: 
Teape - A Genealogy

   with special reference to those outside the U.S.; descendants in Ireland, England, Australia, New Zealand; Elizabeth Bunce mar. John Pepperal Teape, 1816
   By Jesse H. Day (Athens, Ohio, 1983) - FHB

* TROTTER: The Trotter Family

   Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Vol. IV; John B. Trotter private secretary to the Hon. C. J. Fox, London, 1819; son of Rev. Edward Trotter, Vicar of Kilmore and Mary Dickson
   By Frances Joseph Bigger (Belfast, 1898) - IA

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* USHER: The Usher Family in Scotland
   Ushers who came from Ireland to Scotland and vice versa
   By M. N. Usher (Austria, 2000) - Website


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* VICKERS: Eight Generations
   I appear to be ultimately of Irish Gaelic stock in the male line...
   By D. C. Vickers, B.A., Dip. Archive Admin (Manchester, 1998) - FHB

* VILLIERS:
   - Pedigree of Villiers of Danbury, Co. Stafford [England] and of Kilpeacon, Co. Limerick in: Miscellanea Genealogica Vol II 4th Series



John Leech - Artist and Humourist


New Zealand
* ARRELL: The Arrells of Ulster
   Part III of The Arrol, Arroll and Arrell Families; Castledawson, Magherafelt, Knocklouchrim, Cabragh, Bellaghy; descendants in Northern Ireland, Canada, England, Scotland, New Zealand, Japan and United States
   By John Arrol, Edited by Robert N. Arrol, M.D. (Danville, California, 1994) - IA - Northern Ireland in: Google Maps

* BOYD:

   - Boyds of Loughros Point, The Rosses, America, Australia and New Zealand - Vol I - Vol II
     Co. Donegal; 20 family outlines, thousands of descendants
     By James Wilson Devitt (1,972 pages, Pittsburg? 1994) - FHB

* BRENNAN, BRENNEN, BRENNENN: Brennen Family Chronicles

   Families from Counties Down and Antrim. Some other surnames: Miller, Gibson, Palmer, Earls, Kerr. Descendants in Ireland, Australia and New Zealand
   By Christopher Earls Brennen (1991) - FHB

* BROWNRIGG: The Spedding Family

   in England, Ireland (Ballynamudagh, Windgates, Co. Wicklow), Australia and New Zealand
   Surnames in Ireland (Spedding Family): FitzGerald, Adamson, McCabe, Livesey, Deey, Hutchinson, Buckley, Brownrigg, Cunningham, Neeson, Foster, Abraham, John, Moriarty
   Brownrigg Family: Alcock, Annesley, Redmond, Springett, Hyde, Graham, Watson, Craig, Noyes, Worthington, Cosgreve, Symes, Brandon, Burroughs, Stanley, O'Dwyer, Maghallin, Mostyn, Collison, Owen, Plunket, Key, Lynch, Bentham, Hewson, Coddington, Tottenham, Nott, Cahill, Nugent, Warren, Siree, Halahan, Taylor, Hunt, Sweeney, Wheeler, Quin, Esmonde, Hardy, Lyndon, Meade
   By Captain John Carlisle D. Spedding (Dublin, 1909) - OL

* BUNCE, TEAPE: Teape - A Genealogy

   with special reference to those outside the U.S.; descendants in Ireland, England, Australia, New Zealand; Elizabeth Bunce mar. John Pepperal Teape, 1816
   By Jesse H. Day (Athens, Ohio, 1983) - FHB

Colonial Gentry

   A Genealogical and Heraldic History
   By Sir Bernard Burke, D.B., LL.D. (1891) - OL

* DUNGAN: The Dungan Source Book

   Dungans of County Dublin; places called Dunganstown; Appendix on Dongans, Dungans in Australia and New Zealand
   By Thomas P. Dungan (20 copies only, Privately printed Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2010) - FHB

* FORSYTH, FORSAYETH: Memorial of the Family of Forsyth de Fronsac

   Family of Forsyth of Failzerton, County Ayr were obliged to leave Scotland and settled in Ireland - descendants in USA; Forsayeth of Whitechurch House, Cappagh, Co. Waterford; related families in Scotland, New Zealand, Canada and USA
   By Frederick Gregory Forsyth de Fronsac (Boston, 1903) - OL - Scottish Clan Forsyth in: Wikipedia

* GLEESON: Price family History

   Jacob Kennedy Price, b. Frankfort, Pennsylvania, 1882; arrived in NZ 1845; mar. Waverley Catholic Church, 1865, Julia Gleeson, b. Tipperary to Patrick William Gleeson, Butcher and Jane Elizabeth O'Connor
   By Graham Bernard Price (no details) - FHB

* IRETON: The Iretons of New Zealand

   Richard Ireton b. 1875 and Sarah Howard, b. 1874 of Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow; settled Wellington, later Palmerston North and Auckland; Thomas Ireton of Rathdrum emigrated with his wife Elizabeth Ryder in 1922; list of Iretons in Australia and New Zealand
   By LaRoux King Gillespie (Kansas City, Missouri, 1992) - FHB


   from 'The Glories of Ireland'
   By Brother Leo, F.S.C., M.A. (Washington, D.C., 1914) - IA

* The Irish in Nineteenth Century New Zealand

   Extract from 'Under the Southern Cross - Papers to be presented at the Third Australasian Congress on Genealogy and Heraldry' p. 266 ff
   By Rory Sweetman, M. A. (Hamilton, 1983) - FHB

* JENNINGS: The Jennings Families 1800 - 1985: West Cork to New Worlds

   John Jennings b. 1843 son of George and Rebecca Jennings of Toughbaun; emigrated to USA 1888; other children George, Richard, Edward, Hester to New Zealand 1876 - 1910;Jennings families in Ireland, USA, Australia, New Zealand
   By Gregg N. Jennings (Columbus, Georgia? 1985) - FHB Warning! Large File!

* LORD, DARBY: The Descendants of Michael Lord, Fencible and Ann Darby

   mar. Dublin; 5 children; bur. Howick, N.Z.
   By Rex D. Evans (Auckland, 1993) - FHB

* McAULIFFE: McAuliffe Genealogy - Vol I - Vol II

   Timothy Joseph McAuliffe b. Knockacummer, Ireland, 1916; d. New Zealand, 2000; collection of McAuliffe of Co. Cork data, some handwritten
   By Judith Ann Wood McAuliffe (New Zealand? 2012) - FHB

* MAGENNIS, GUINNESS: Pedigree of the Magennis (Guinness) Family

   of New Zealand, and of Dublin, Ireland
   By Richard Linn (Christchurch, New Zealand, 1897) - FHB
   Did your ancestor work at the Guinness brewery? Search the Guinness Archives 

* MINCHIN: The Book of Minchin

   Families in England, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, India
   By Dorothy Minchin-Comm (California, 2006) - FHB


   A Dictionary of biography - the Commonwealth of Australia and the Dominion of New Zealand; many Irish born and of Irish descent
   By Fred Johns (Adelaide, 1908) - OL

* O'HALLORAN: The O'Hallorans

   Merchant Men of Antrim and New Zealand
   By Turtle Bunbury - website

* ROOKE: 
Rooke Papers (48) 

   Dublin family with Australia and New Zealand branches (pedigree in 1958 ed. of 'Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland')
   By National Library of Ireland (Dublin, 1998 - 2010) - official website - Search the library's current Catalogue on-line

* SHERLOCK: The Sherlocks of Ireland and Wales

   numerous Sherlock families discussed from Meath, Kildare, Dublin, Wexford, Waterford, Cork; also Wales, Canada, USA, New Zealand
   By Arian E. Collins (San Diego, California, 2011) - website

* SINCLAIR: A History and Lineage of Descendants of a Scottish Family by the Name of Sinclair

   who migrated from Scotland to Ireland in the Seventeenth Century. They settled in Newtownards, Co. Down and Belfast... There are descendants in Ireland and England...New Zealand, Australia, Nova Scotia and United States
   By Mrs. St. Claire Lappe Daub (Springfield, Delaware) - FHB - Newtownards, Co. Down in: Google Maps

* SPEDDING: The Spedding Family

   in England, Ireland (Ballynamudagh, Windgates, Co. Wicklow), Australia and New Zealand
   Surnames in Ireland: FitzGerald, Adamson, McCabe, Livesey, Deey, Hutchinson, Buckley, Brownrigg, Cunningham, Neeson, Foster, Abraham, John, Moriarty;
   Brownrigg Family: Alcock, Annesley, Redmond, Springett, Hyde, Graham, Watson, Craig, Noyes, Worthington, Cosgreve, Symes, Brandon, Burroughs, Stanley, O'Dwyer, Maghallin, Mostyn, Collison, Owen, Plunket, Key, Lynch, Bentham, Hewson, Coddington, Tottenham, Nott, Cahill, Nugent, Warren, Siree, Halahan, Taylor, Hunt, Sweeney, Wheeler, Quin, Esmonde, Hardy, Lyndon, Meade
   By Captain John Carlisle D. Spedding (Dublin, 1909) - OL - Windgates, Co. Wicklow in: Google Maps

* TEAPE, BUNCE: Teape - A Genealogy
   with special reference to those outside the U.S.; descendants in Ireland, England, Australia, New ZealandElizabeth Bunce mar. John Pepperal Teape, 1816
   By Jesse H. Day (Athens, Ohio, 1983) - FHB
 
From The Irish Catholic Directory - 1920

South America
Society for Irish Latin American Studies
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* DUFFY: Linajes Argentinos de Origen Irlandes - Los Duffy
   extract from 'Boletin Mensual del Instituto Argentino de Ciencias Genealogicas' No. 110, p.25
   por Eduardo A Coghlan (Buenos Aires, 1981) - FHB

   from 'The Glories of Ireland'
   By Marion Mulhall (Washington, D.C., 1914) - IA

* KERNAN: Notes on the Descendants of John Kernan of Ned, County Cavan
   near Killeshandra, bur. Thorn Hill, Longford; and of Jane Brady his wife who came to America 1804 with 4 youngest dau. and son; descendants in USA, Brazil and elsewhere
   By John Devereux Kernan (Englewood, New Jersey, 1949) - FHB

* ORR, McCLEMENT: Ulster Pedigrees - Descendants in many lines of James Orr and Janet McClement

   who emigrated from Scotland to Ballyblack, Co. Down, abt. 1607; descendants in Ireland, USA, Canada, South America
   By Ray A. Jones (San Francisco, 1977) - FHB

The Story of the Irish in Argentina

   Some Account of their first Coming, Settlement and Progress
   By Thomas Murray (1919) - OL

General
 * ARRELL: The Arrells of Ulster
   Part III of The Arrol, Arroll and Arrell Families; Castledawson, Magherafelt, Knocklouchrim, Cabragh, Bellaghy; descendants in Northern Ireland, Canada, England, Scotland, New Zealand, Japan and United States
   By John Arrol, Edited by Robert N. Arrol, M.D. (Danville, California, 1994) - IA

* BROWN: Family Tree Relating to the Brown Family of Ballywalter

   Co. Down; descendants in Ireland, Canada, U.S.A., South Africa
   By Mr. Frederick Brown (Ballywalter, 2013?) - Irish Emigration Database

Colonial Gentry

   A Genealogical and Heraldic History
   By Sir Bernard Burke, D.B., LL.D. (1891) - OL

* Emigration
   Transcription from the 'Dublin Penny Journal'
   (Dublin, 1832) - LI

* Evidence on the Subject of Emigration

   taken before the Select Committee on the Employment of the Poor in Ireland
   in the Session of 1823 (London, 1823) - IA

* IEVERS, CRAWFORD: Ievers and Crawford from Ireland to Ceylon

   of Mount Ievers, Co. Clare
   By Turtle Bunbury - website

The Irish Abroad

   A Record of the Achievements of Wanderers from Ireland
   By Elliot O'Donnell (1915) - OL

* The Irish Abroad and at Home

   At the Court and in the Camp, with Souvenirs of "The Brigade"
   Reminiscences of an Emigrant Milesian (1856) - OL

* Irish Emigration and the Tenure of Land in Ireland
   By the Rt. Hon. Lord Dufferin, K.P. (1867) - OL

* Irish Emigration during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

   By Thomas Addis Emmet, M.D., LL.D. (New York City, 1899) - IA

The Irish in South Africa

   from 'The Glories of Ireland'
   By A. Hilliard Atteridge (Washington, D.C., 1914) - IA

* KERNAN: Notes on the Descendants of John Kernan of Ned, County Cavan

   near Killeshandra, bur. Thorn Hill, Longford; and of Jane Brady his wife who came to America 1804 with 4 youngest dau. and son; descendants in USA, Brazil and elsewhere
   By John Devereux Kernan (Englewood, New Jersey, 1949) - FHB

* KNOX: Our Irish Ancestors

   Edwin Baldwin John Knox moved to South Africa in the 1870's
   By Paul Francis (Australia, 2010) - website

* McKEE: A History of the Descendants of David McKee of Anahilt

   Descendants scattered in Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and America
   By Prof. James Y. McKee (Philadelphia, 1892) - OL - This title is the eBook of the Month for March, 2012 - for short review see eBook of the Month Archive

* MINCHIN: The Book of Minchin

   Families in England, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, India
   By Dorothy Minchin-Comm (California, 2006) - FHB

* PIGOTT: Pike-Heads and Pick-Axes - A Book of Pigott Families

   in England, Ireland and Australia; Stray Pigotts... Musicians of Dublin; Pigott of Dysart and of Chetwynd, Co. Cork; Pigott's of Loughrea, Co. Galway; Pigott of Slevoy, Co. Wexford; Antigua, West Indies; Pigott of Dublin and New York; Pigotts, Missionaries in Ceylon; Pigotts emigrate to New South Wales
   By Chris Pigott (Potts Point, 2000) - FHB - Chris Pigott blog

* Protestant Emigration from Ireland

   Transcription from the 'Dublin University Magazine (Dublin, 1833) - LI

The Religious Mission of the Irish People and Catholic Colonization
   By John Lancaster Spalding D.D. (1880) - OL

* TAYLOR: Taylor

   in Ireland, England, Wales, Canada, United States, South Africa and Australia; Andrew Taylor b. Lurgan St., Dublin, 1807 who started the Dublin and Glasgow Steam Packet Company
   By Robert W. Becker (New York, 2001) - FHB

* The Tenure of Land in Ireland

   Chapters include " Irish Emigration - is it a calamity?", "Irish Emigration - has it been caused by Landlords?", etc.
   Abridged from the work of the Right Hon. Lord Dufferin, K.P. (1870) - OL

* VANCE: An account, Historical and Genealogical ... of Vance in Ireland

   some descendants in USA, Canada, Australia and elsewhere. Vans in Scotland, anciently Vaux in Scotland and England, and originally De Vaux in France
   By William Balbirnie (Printed solely for use of the Vance Family, Cork, 1860) - FHB - Cork (city) in: Google Maps






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