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This section updated: 23 Feb 2015

Irish-American Family Histories N - Z

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* NAUGHTON: The Naughton Family - From Ireland to Iowa and Beyond
   William Naughton and wife Catherine Tivinan of Moat, Kilbegnet, Co. Galway had 5 children; emigrated 1864
   By Michael L. Naughton () - FHB

* NEAL: Neal - Then and Now

   Henry Neal, b. Ballynacree, Co. Antrim abt 1712, d. 1790 East Marlborough, Pennsylvania
   By Doris (Neal) Bash; Kathy (O'Hearn) McCord (Albany, Oregon, 2002) - FHB

* NEALLEY: In Memoriam Elizabeth S. Grimes
   nee Nealley
   By William Salter (Washington, D.C.?, 1890?) - IA

* NEELY: Neely, 200 years in America
   descendants of James of Co. Galway and Ann Neely and Edward and Susannah (Goldsmith) Neely
   By Marie Davis WilesEarl Harrison Davis (Plattsmouth, Nebraska; Visalia, California, 1974) - FHB

* NEILL: Family Tree of some of the Descendants of Capt. John Neill
   Brothers Lewis, William and John Neill took passage from Lurgan, Ireland and settled near Lancaster, Pa.
   By Myrtle Lane (Mrs. W.E.) Denham (Miami, Florida, 1956) - FHB

* NESBIT, NISBET: An American Family - the Nesbits of St. Clair
   Nisbets crossed over to Killyeah, (Killyleagh?) Ireland from Scotland. later emigrated to Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania
   By Charles Francis Nesbit (Washington, D.C.?, 1932) - FHB

* NEWMAN: Old King William Homes and Families
   An account of Some of the Old Homesteads and Families of King William County Virginia
   By Peyton Neale Clarke (Louisville, Kentucky, 1897) - OL

* NEWSOM, NEWSOME: William David Newsome Family
   collection of mostly handwritten papers of a Mormon family of Utah;  I was b. in the Town of Arklow, Co. Wicklow, 1834, served 7 years at the Drogheda Iron Works, I went to sea; mar. St. George's Cathedral, Grahamstown, South Africa, 1862 Catherine E. Morrisey, dau of John Morrisey and Kate O'Brien
   By Kate Morrisey Newsome (Provo, Utah, 1892) - FHB


   - Nicholson in America in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Nicholson of Detroit, U.S.A. in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Nicholson of Philadelphia in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Nicholson of San Francisco in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

   - Nicolson of Stamore, Guilford, Co. Down; and of New York in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* NIVINEvans Whiting Davis
   of Scotch-Irish origin
   By S. E. Nevin? (Philadelphia, 1922) - OL

   - The Ancestry of Richard Milhous Nixon
     By Raymond Martin Bell (Washington, Pennsylvania, revised 1970) - Borrow this eBook from OL
   - The Nixons: An American Family
     By Edwin P. Hoyt (New York, 1972) - Borrow this eBook from OL - Richard Nixon in: Find A GraveWikipediaThelma Catherine 'Pat' (Ryan) Nixon in: Find A Grave - Wikipedia

* NOLAN: Nolan-Miller Family History
   Nolan ancestors left Ballinasloe Co. Galway; settled New Jersey 1843, then Norwallk, Wisconsin
   By Lewis Earle Nolan (Memphis, Tennessee, 1997) - FHB

* NORTH: The Caleb North Genealogy
   descendants who came from Ireland to Philadelphia in 1729
   By Dexter North (Washington, D.C., 1930) - Borrow this book from OL

* NOWLIN, NOWLAN: The Nowlin-Stone Genealogy
   Nowlin of Pittsylvania County, Virginia... and of the earlier Nowlins (Nowlans) of Ireland...
   Edited by Mary Nowlin (Salt Lake City, Utah, 1916) - OL

* NUGENT: Nugent Family - History and Genealogy
   Descendants of Christopher Nugent; Ancestors of the Author
   By Allen L. Nugent (USA,early 21st century?) - website

* O'BANNON: The Family of Thomas O'Bannon of Fauquier County, Virginia
   and Barnwell County, South Carolina; b. abt. 1738, grandson of Irish immigrant Brien Boru O'Bannon, d. 1762; family history and legend to A.D. 350 A.D.
   By Elizabeth Willis DeHuff (Augusta, Georgia, 1969) - FHB


   - The O'Briens of Mechias, Maine
     Patriots of the American Revolution; together with a Sketch of the Clan O'Brien by Thomas Hamilton Murray
     By Rev. Andrew M. Sherman (Boston, 1904) - IA
     and in the Colonial and Revolutionary Wars; American Irish Historical Society. Includes O'Brian, O'Bryan
     By Michael J. O'Brien (USA, microfilmed 1996) - FHB
   - O'Brien of America, Branch of the Marquises of Thomond in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* O'CALLAGHAN, CALLAGHAN: The O'Callaghan's (Callaghan's) of Ireland

   Simcoe County, Ontario and Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan
   Related families: Murray, O'Reilly, Horan, Down, Scully
   By Patricia Syfers CallaghanBrian Thomas Callaghan (Topinabee, Michigan, 2008) - FHB


   - The O'Connor Chronicle 1780 - 2002
     Denis O'Connor, b. Balloughtragh, Co. Kerry, 1780; mar. Mary O'Sullivan, 1807; descendants in Ireland and USA
     By Claude J. Sinnen (Shakopee, MN, 2002) - FHB - Large File!
   - The O'Connor family
     families of Daniel and Mathias O'Connor of Corsallagh house, Achonry County, Sligo, Ireland, A.D. 1750, with notes on the Hagadorn, Furman, Williams and Eaton families, of New York
     By Watson Burdette O'Connor (Brooklyn, New York, 1914) - OL
   - O'Connor Gailleach
     Patrick O'Connor, b. north Kerry, abt. 1800, mar. Mary Moynihan; descendants in Ireland, USA; related families: CroninHickeyMcCarthyO'RiordanO'Sullivan; index
     By Donald Patrick Brosnan (Tucson, Arizona, 1996) - FHB
   - Where The River Runs North
     The O'Connor, Gwinn, and Fox Families of the New River Gorge
     By Lynne Kershaw Waid (Dallas, Texas, 2002) - FHB

   - O'Connor Faley of America in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* O'DONOGHUE: The Light of the Future (The O'Donoghue Story)
   Michael and Mary O'Donoghue emigrated from Killarney, Co. Kerry 1839; settled in Wisconsin
   By Deborah Bozell Donahue (Ormond Beach, Florida, 2000) - FHB

* O'DOWD: Toner - McBride - King - O'Dowd - Horton - McGough 1795 to 2000

   Ireland Minnesota and Beyond; All immigrated from Ireland
   By Margo Horton-Davis (Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2000) - FHB

* O'DRISCOLL: O'Driscoll Quarterly

   Vol. 1 No. 1 -  Vol. 5 No. 1 - Vol. 7 No. 1
   and variations - Driskell, Driskill, Driscoll, Driscal, Driscall, Driscole, etc.
   By Sandra J. Black (Montgomery, Alabama, 1990 - 1996) - FHB (other vols. listed)

* O'GORMAN: Descendants of Daniel O'Gorman and Mary Foley
   Descendants in Ireland, Canada, USA, Australia
   Surnames in Ireland: O'Gorman of Co. Clare, Foley, McGuire, Purcell, Quealey, Mahoney, McHugh, Keon, Brady
   By Blane Gerard Ryan (Edmonton, Alberta, Late 20th century) - FHB

* O'GRADY: Footprints of the Past
   Many related families: Murphy, Sullivan, Breen, etc.
   By Mary Patricia O'Grady Johnston; James Morgan Johnston (USA, 2012) - FHB


   - A Brief History of the Families of John O'Halloran
     and Fanny Lacy of Inishbofin, Co. Galway
     By Mary Lyden (USA, 1996) - FHB

   - Ancestors and Descendants of Clifford Bradley O'Hara
     and Helen Elizabeth Hanford O'HaraJames O'Hara b.Omagh? early 1800's mar. Jane PhillipsGeorge Deegan, b. Athy, Co. Kildare
     By Clifford B. O'Hara (Riverside, Connecticut, 1989) - FHB
   - Descendants of Roger O'Hara
     b. 1814 and Bridget Gilmore, b. abt. 1823, of Tubercurry, Co. Sligo
     By Thomas M. Whelan (Marstons Mills, Massachusetts, 1997) - FHB

* O'HARE: The Descendants of Patrick J. and Bridget Hanrahan O'Hare
   Patrick O'Hare b. Lurgankeel, Foghart, Co. Louth abt. 1825; mar. in Amboy, Illinois
   By Janice Nelson O'Hare and Michele Gorman Robbins (USA, early 21st century) - FHB

* O'HEARN, CURLEY: An O'Hearn Family History
   Daniel O'Hearn mar. Ellen Curley, 8 children; they emigrated 1831 to Troy, New York later Illinois, then Iowa
   By Suzanne O'Hearn Mills (Atlantic Beach, Florida, 2000) - FHB

* O'KILLIA, KELLEY: David O'Killia, the Immigrant, of Old Yarmouth, Massachusetts

   with his descendants and allied families 1652 - 1962; Kelley genealogy
   By Eunice Kelley Randall (New Bedford, Massachusetts) - Borrow this book from OL

* O'MELVENY: Genealogy and Recollections
   Surnames in Ireland: O'Melveny; Moore; Whiteside; McKee; Hall; Roddy; Gregg
   By A. A. Moore (Printed Privately, San Francisco, 1915) - OL

   - O'Moroney of Clare, and America in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* O'NEIL: The John and Nannie O'Neil Family
   Pioneers of Midway, Utah; Emigrants from Dalry, Scotland; Had ancestrial ties in Ulster, Ireland. John O'Neil b. 1828 son of James John O'Neil and Elizabeth Margaret Cummings of Grey Abbey, County Down; converts to Latter-day Saints
   By Arthur D. Coleman (Salt Lake City, Utah, 1963) - FHB


   - O'Neill Blennerhassett Hoffman
   and related families; Thomas Talbot O'Neill, b. 1842, of Knockwaddra, Tralee, Co. Kerry, mar. Anne Blennerhassett; their dau. Jane O'Neill mar. James Hoffman; descendants in Ireland, Wisconsin
   By Richard E. Bartz; Helen Anna (O'Neill) Kolash (St. Paul, Minnesota, 2004) - FHB
   - The O'Neills of Noble County, Ohio
   - The Hugh O'Neill Family: From County Carlow to Ohio
     Hugh O'Neill, b. near Dublin, 1773; mar. Deborah Joyce, Kilkenny, 1784; emigrated to New York, 1806; settled Monroe Co. Ohio
     By Ronald L. Darrah (Indianapolis, Indiana,1990, 2005) - FHB

* O'QUIN, O'QUINN: O'Quinn Cousins, by the Dozens

   By John Kenneth O'Quinn, Sr. (Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1999) - FHB

* O'ROURK, RIORDAN: O'Rourk - Riordan Notebook

   Irish immigrants; 2 O'Rourk daughters mar. 2 Riordan brothers; 26 children
   By Sarah Jane Hewett (Rapid City, South Dakota, 1994) - FHB

* O'SHEA: The O'Shea's of Coolbaun

   Thomas O'Shea, b. Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, emigrated to Ontario 1842; descendants in Canada, United States
   By Phillip M. O'Shea of Middletown, Rhode Island (100 copies, Decorah, Iowa, 1985) - FHB

* O'TOOMEY, TOOMEY: The O'Toomeys of Croom and Their Descendants
   in Ireland and USA; Daniel Toomey b. Bruff, Co. Limerick, 1794, mar. Catherine O'Brien, 1819; emigrated 1849 to Chicago, Illinois
   By Thomas Noxon Toomey ( Printed for Private Distribution, St. Louis, Missouri, 1920) - FHB

   John Ormsby, b. Ireland, 1720; settled in western Pennsylvania
   By Oliver Ormsby Page (Albany, New York, 1892) - OL

* ORR:
   - Descendants of Paul Orr and Isabelle Boyd Orr
     5 of their children emigrated to USA; settling in Missouri, Indiana, Pennsylvania
     By Lettie Hickman Wilkes; Jessie Stemmons; Harold Campbell (Mt. Vernon, Missouri, 1954) - FHB
   - Five typical Scotch Irish families of the Cumberland Valley
     Surnames in Ireland: OrrClement, CraigVance, Boyd, Watson
     Places in Ireland: North Down; Bullyblack (Ballyblack?); Clough County of Antrim; Derry; Killeade; Ardmore Co. Antrim; Ulster; Donegal; Burt; County Antrim; Bangor; Killyleagh
     By Mary Craig Shoemaker (Albany, New York, 1922) - OL
   - 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

   - Oulahan of Ireland and America in: Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

     'he and his wife Mary and 4 children emigrated from Donegal', a Scotch-Irish Presbyterian family; settled Chester County
    By Frank Sylvester Parks (Washington, D.C., 1922) - OL
   - Genealogy of the Parke Families of Massachusetts
   - Genealogy of the Parke Families of Massachusetts - Additions and Corrections
     By Frank Sylverster Parks (1909, Early 20th century, Washington, D.C.) - OL
   - Genealogy of the Parke Family
   9 generations from Arthur and Mary Parke of Saxon-Scotch origin of Ballybegley, Co. Donegal; 1720 - 1920
   By John P. Wallace (USA, 1920) - OL
   - The Parke Family
   A chapter from Genealogical Notes; Quakers; embarked at Dublin on the ship 'Sizarah' ..and thence to Philadelphia
   Edited by Thomas Allen Glenn (Philadelphia, 1898) OL

* PARKER: Parker and Denny
   Richard and Janet Parker emigrated from Ulster; settled near Carlisle, Cumberland county, Pennsylvania; section of "Pennsylvania Genealogies: Scotch-Irish and German"
   By William Henry Egle, M.D., M.A. (Harrisburg, 1886) - OL

   - The Patten Families
     various Patten individuals and families immigrated to New England early 1700's
     By Howard Parker Moore (Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1939) - FHB
   - Descendants of Isaac Patten, Sr. and his wife Jane Norris
     An Early Pioneer Family in Sullivan County, Indiana Includes Patton
     Related Irish families: Spence, Campbell, Brown, Gardner, Sankey
     By Ernest C. Swanson (El Paso, Texas, microfilmed 2003) - FHB

   - Builders of Freedom and their Descendants
     A Genealogy of Related Families whose Ancestors were Champions of Liberty
     Related families: Carr, Fulton, Bellinger, O'Bannon, Milhouse, English, Pollock
     By Isabel Coroneus Patterson (Augusta, Georgia, 1953) - FHB
   - A Sketch of the Pattersons, 1752 - 1907
     William Patterson emigrated from Ireland to Philadlephia
     By Thomas Patterson Proudfit (Washington, Philadelphia, 1908) - FHB
   - Our Family History
     William Patterson b. 1815 mar. Mary Kirk abt. 1837, emigrated to Thornton, Ontario; descendants in Canada, USA. Includes Parker, Crozier, Patterson, Pattison, Lennox, Westgate
     By Donald Dean Parker, Sr. (Canada? 1899) - IA
   - The Patterson Family
     A Geneological History; John and Mary Patterson and their 3 children of Co. Donegal emigrated 1808; settled where Allegheny City Pennsylvania now stands
     By Robert A. Patterson (Carrollton, 1909) - OL
   - The Patterson Family
     a Scotch-Irish family of Bucks County, Pennsylvania
     By Unknown author (USA, 2011) - website
   - A Record of the Families of Robert Patterson (the Elder)... Thomas Ewing...
     ...Louis Du Bois, Part First
     By William Ewing Du Bois (150 copies, for use of family connexion only, Philadelphia, 1847) - IA

   - Biography of James Patton
     A memoir of a settler in North Carolina with an appendix of family members. "I was born in the North of Ireland, County of Derry and Parish of Tamlach."
     By James Patton (Asheville, North Carolina, 1850) - OL
   - John Patton and his Descendants
     By J. W. Patton (Jackson, Tennessee, 1922) - OL
   - Thomas Walton Patton
     A Biographical Sketch
     By Fanny L. Patton (Asheville, North Carolina? 1908) - OL

   through England and Ireland to the Colony of Pennsylvania...
   By W. M. Paxton (Platte City, Missouri, 1903) - IA

   - Martin - Trimm Family History
     John H. Trim mar. 1819 Eleanor Peden whose ancestors were from Broughshane, Co. Antrim
     Related families: Mills, McDill, Hart, Miller, White, Campbell, McCoy, McConnell, Moor, Finney, Chester and possibly Trim
     By Mary Ann Moore (Prescott, Arizona, 2004) - FHB
   - The Pedens of America
     ...an outline History of the Ancestry and Descendants... Scotland, Ireland, America
     By Eleanor M, Hewell (USA, 1900) - OL

* PENDERGRASS: The Pendergrass Genealogy
   Robert Pendergrass, b. Ireland abt. 1790, settled Caldwell County, now Lyon County, Kentucky
   By Odell Walker (Kuttawa, Kentucky, 2007) - FHB

* PERCIVAL: The Family Tree of Pius Roger Percival
   b. Ireland abt. 1806; mar. Minnie Wallace; descendants in Canada, USA
   By William Roy Percival (Northville, South Dakota, 1960's?) - FHB

* PEWTER, CHERRY: Peter Pewter and Susan Cherry of County Clare

   from 'Ancestors and Descendants of Early Settlers of Greene Co., Illinois'
   By Lela Margaret (Black) McCreedy (Biloxi, Mississippi1998) - FHB

* PHARR, FARR: Pharrs and Farrs with other Descendants

   from 5 Scotch-Irish pioneers; also some other Farrs and misc. data
   By Henry Newton Pharr (Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1955) - FHB


   - Phelan - County Laois, Ireland; Kent County Michigan; Nevada County, California
     Descendants in Ireland, USA
     By John A. Phelan (2003) - FHB
     I found that my great-grandparents on my father's side were born in Ireland, worked and were married in England then emigrated to America in 1847 with their first-born
     By Thomas Wayne Phelan (Salt Lake City? 2009) - FHB

* PHILBIN: Family and Descendants of Patrick Moran and Bridget Elizabeth Philbin

   Bridget Philbin, b. Bellmullet, Co. Mayo, 1848 to John Philbin and Catherine McCaffery
   By George Dingledy, Rita Fedewa Dingledy (Indianapolis, Indiana) - FHB

* PICKENS: Memorial Tribute to John Smith and Martha Pickens
   Two Scotch-Irish families
   By Grace Smith Pettijohn (Indianapolis, Indiana, 1912) - OL

* 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

* PINE: Brances of the Robert Pine Family

   b. Dublin abt. 1765; settled in Virginia
   By Laurence James Pine (Chino, California, 2001) - FHB

* PINKERTON: Index of Pinkertons of Early Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

   and surrounding counties; descendants from Ireland and Scotland
   By R. Bruce Pinkerton, PHD (Newark, Delaware, 1993) - FHB

   - Descendants of Thomas Plunkett
     Thomas Plunket of Co. Roscommon, d. Ireland; m. Elizabeth McDermottroe
     By Cathy Joynt Labath and others (updated 2006) - Celtic Cousins website
   - Ten Thousand Plunketts - Vol. II
     Peter and John Plunkett emigrated abt. 1732 from Galway Bay to Grande Terra Island (French West Indies); moved to Culpepper, Orange County, Virginia 1739
     By Emma Plunkett Ivy (Atlanta, Georga, 1974) - FHB
   - Plunkett of Massachusetts, USA in: Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* POE:
   - The Origin and Early History of the Family of PoĆ« or Poe
     deals with WilliamThomas and Anthony Poe who settled in Ireland in 17th century and the true ancestry of Edgar Allan Poe
     By Sir Edmund Thomas Bewley, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S.A.I. (Dublin, 1906) - OL
   - Poe
     extract from 'The Bard Family'; David Poe, b. Dring, Co. Cavan, 1742, son of John Poe and Jane McBride; d. Baltimore,Maryland, 1816
     By G. O. Seilhamer (Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, 1908) - OL

     By Annie E. Current (New Castle, Indiana, 1906) IA
     Col. Thomas Polk and his brothers, Ezekiel and Charles were the descendants of Robert Polk who came from the North of Ireland between the years 1735 and 1740. Included Polke
     By James Polke (Kentucky, 1886) - IA
     Robert Polk, the emigrant, and his wife Magdalena Tasker, of Moerning Hill, Ireland
     By Mary Polk Branch (Chicago, 1912) - OL
     mention of Keys family, Tasker
     By W. H. Polk (Louisville, Kentucky, 1912) - OL

   - Pollock Genealogy - A Biographical Sketch of Oliver Pollock, Esq
     1776-1784 Of Scotch-Irish descent
     By Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1883) - OL
   - Pollock: A Record of the Descendants of John, James, Charles and Samuel Pollock
     who emigrated from Ireland to Pennsylvania abt. 1750
     By Horace Edwin Hayden (25 copies, reprinted extract from the previous title, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1884) - FHB
   - Pollock of Coleraine and America in: Corrigenda et Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* PORTERFIELD: Some Virginia Families
   By Hugh Milton McIlhany, Jr., M.A., Ph.D. (Staunton, Virginia, 1903) - OL

* POTTER: The Bard Family
   Captain George Potter, an officer in Cromwell's army in Ireland; John Potter of Conococheaghue emigrated to Pennsylvania; William Potter, American Ambassador at Rome
   By G. O. Seilhamer, Esq. (Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, 1908) - OL

* POWELL, COSBY: Powell Family
   John Powell of Ballymackleduff, King's County, Ireland mar. at Grange, Co. Tyrone, 1728 Rebecca Cosby; Quakers; descendants emigrated from Northern Ireland 1848
   By Laurel Shanafelt Powell (St. Ocula, Florida, 1994) - FHB


   - Memoranda of the Preston Family
     By Orlando Brown (25 copies 'for the gratification of a few collectors', Albany, 1864) - OL
     John Preston, b. Londonderry; m. Elizabeth Patton, sister of Col. James Patton of Donegal with whom Preston removed to Virginia 1740
   By John Mason Brown (Printed for Private Distribution, Frankfurt, Kentucky, 1870) - OL
     Section of "The Preston Genealogy" by L. A. Wilson (Salt Lake City, Utah, 1900) - OL - See also Irish Family Histories
     extract from 'The Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine' Vol I
     By Miss Annie Lynch (Salt Lake City, 1910) - IA


   - Memoirs and Geneology of the Prunty Family
     By Ardyth Wassenaar (USA, microfilmed 1990) - FHB
   - The Prunty Family
     The Descendants of Abbegail Kallahan and Felix Locklin Prunty
     By Diana (Prunty) Ruzicka (Yorktown, VA, 2001) - FHB - NOTE: LARGE FILE

* PURCELL: From Ireland to Oregon - One Purcell Family
   descendants of Thomas Purcell believed to be from Ireland
   By Aloa Dereta (Bountiful, Utah, 1996) - FHB

   - History of the Families of McKinney-Brady-Quigley
     Joseph MacKenzie, b. Ireland immigrated abt. 1750 Hopewell Township, Cumberland ounty, Pennsylvania; name changed to McKinney; James Quigley came to America in 1730 from Ireland
     By Belle McKinney Hays Swope (Newville, Pennsylvania, 1905) - OL
     born Willmount, County Tyrone; emigrated abt. 1849; 25 children
     Surnames in Ireland: Quigley, Sheares
     By William A. Quigley (Murray, Utah, 2005) - FHB

* QUINLIN: The Quinlins of Perry County
   Thomas Quinlin, b. Co. Kilkenny, 1801; came to America 1849; mar. Julia Ann Roach, 1853 who was b. Co. Tipperary
   By Bob Lawson (New Albany, Indiana, 1984, updated1990) - FHB


   - Compiled Genealogy of Eleanor Morgan Riddle
     William Quinn came to Phillipsburg (now Monaca) from Ireland. He later moved to Ohio
     By Eleanor Morgan Riddle (Pennsylvania? digital 2008) - FHB
     Descendants of John Quin of Newry, Co. Down b. abt. 1710, d. abt. 1777 in Frederick, Frederick County, Maryland
     By James Philip Keller (Computer generated, USA, 2002) - website

   - Origin of The Ragan Family of Lincoln and Gaston Counties, North Carolina
     Morgan Ragan, b. Ireland
      By Robert Allison Ragan (Charlotte?, 2011?) - FHB
   - The Ragans of Gastonia 1795 - 1995
      Builders of the New South and Pioneers in Southern Textiles
      By Robert Allison Ragan (Charlotte, 1995) - FHB

* RAINEY: Family Monographs - The History of 24 Families in Middle West Side of New York City
   James Rainey, b. Dublin, abt. 1840; m. aged about 20; came to New York 1862
   By Elsa G. Herzfeld (New York, 1905) - OL

   By Charles Henry Pope (Compiled and Printed for The Family Only, Boston, 1900) - OL

* REID: A Family Genealogy
   Reid-Baskin Line - Captain George Reid b. 1719 in Ireland; d. Abbeville, South Carolina 1786
   Compiled by William Henry Beck (Georgia, 1957) - IA - 'Book Notice' of this book in the 'New Hampshire Genealogical Record' Vol II 1904 - 1905

* REILLY, JENNINGS: Reilly and Jennings Family
   James Reilly immigrated from Ireland to Canada, moved to Nebraska then Kansas; very feint
   By Carrie E. Jennings; Ona Reilly Thomas (USA, microfilmed 1982) - FHA

* RENNICK: The Rennicks and Allied Families of Co. Fermanagh

   Descendants in Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia
   By Joan R. Jones (Carroll, Iowa, 2003) - FHB

* RICHARDSON: Genealogical Records of Joel Richardson
   Lawrence Richardson, who came from County Antrim, settled in Leacock township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, where he died about 1748; part of a collection of inter-related family histories
   By Samuel Small, Jr. (Philadelphia, 1905) - OL

* RIDDELL, RIDDLE, RIDLON, RIDLEY, RYEDALE: History of the Ancient Ryedales
   and their descendants in Normandy, Great Britain, Ireland, and America, from 860 to 1884
   By G. T. Ridlon (Manchester, New Hampshire, 1884) - OL

* ROAN: Roan of Derry
   Archibald Roan, weaver, a native of Scotland, settled in Grenshaw, Ireland abt. 1690; son Andrew Roan settled in Derry township, Lancaster county, Philadelphia; section of "Pennsylvania Genealogies: Scotch-Irish and German"
   By William Henry Egle, M.D., M.A. (Harrisburg, 1886) - OL

     Alexander Robinson emigrated in 1781 from County Armagh
     By W. Carvel Hall (USA, digital 2009) - FHB
     b. northern part of Ireland
     By Patricia D. Mitchell, Corinne B. Bowers (Dallas, Texas, 1997) - FHB
    Scotch-Irish family of Thomas Robinson settled in Derry township, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania; section of "Pennsylvania Genealogies: Scotch-Irish and German"
     By William Henry Egle, M.D., M.A. (Harrisburg, 1886) - OL
     A Scotch-Irish Family
     By Thomas Hastings Robinson (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1902) - HT

* ROCHE: Metcalfe Lineages
   including lineage of the Irish Roches; James R. Roche emigrated 1816, d. Washington, D.c., 1861
   By Howard Hurtig Metcalfe (Decorah, Iowa, 1990) - FHB

* RODMAN: Genealogy of the Rodman Family 1620 - 1886

   John Rodman, a Quaker, b. New Ross? Ireland, emigrated to Barbadoes, d. there 1686; son Thomas Rodman emigrated to Newport, Rhode Island later Burlington County, New Jersey - mar. 3 times
   By Charles Henry Jones (Philadelphia, 1886) - FHB
   - Rodman of Ireland and America in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* ROGERS: Some Virginia Families
   By Hugh Milton McIlhany, Jr., M.A., Ph.D. (Staunton, Virginia, 1903) - OL


   - Rosbrugh, A Tale of the Revolution
     or life and labors and death of Rev. John Rosbrugh
     By Rev. John C. Clyde, A.M. (Easton, 1880) - OL
   - The Rosebrugh Family Story
     or Rosbrugh, Rosebrough, Rosborough, Rossborough, Rosebrook, etc.; William Rosbrugh emigrated from Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh to Northampton County, Pennsylvania, abt. 1735; some descendants in Canada
     By Harold Rosebrugh (Galt, Ontario, 1965) - FHB


   - The English and Scotch Immigrant Ancestors of the Clapp-Cheney Family
     including Scotch-Irish
     By Charles Henry Pope (Compiled and Printed for The Family Only, Boston, 1900) - OL
   - A Genealogy of a Russell Family
     James Russell, of Wiltshire, England was a Captain in Oliver Cromwell's army, which went over to Ireland in 1649
     By Isaac S. Russell (New Market, Frederick County, Maryland, 1889) - OL

* RUTLEDGE: Family Genealogy
   By Publius B. Lawson, L.L.B.(Menasha, Wisconsin, 1903) - OL - 'Book Notice' of this book in the New Hampshire Genealogical Record Vol II 1904 - 1905

     of Wigtown, Scotland, m. Katherine Rutherford, 1702; settled at Newry, then Chester County Pennsylvania
     By Emma Siggins White (Kansas City, Missouri, 1902) - OL
   - A Family Genealogy
     Compiled by William Henry Beck (Georgia, 1957) - IA
     Thomas Rutherford progenitor of the family in Paxtang was Scotch-Irish; section of "Pennsylvania Genealogies: Scotch-Irish and German"
     By William Henry Egle, M.D., M.A. (Harrisburg, 1886) - OL

   - A Brooklyn Family
     A Brief History of Mary Elizabeth Ryan of Dublin and John Francis A. Stewart of Newtownstewart, Co. Tyrone
     By Patricia Mansfield Phelan (Freeport, New York, 2000) - FHB
   - A Long Way from Tipperary - Seven Generations of the Ryan and Boyle Families
     By Martha M. Ryan (Rockford, Illinois, 1992) - FHB
   - Ryan of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* RYLE: The Ryle Family History
   Thomas Ryle b. Garrynaneaskagh (now Snipefield) Co. Kerry, abt. 1770; related families: Barden, Callahan, Courtney, Culligan, Murray, O'Rourke, Sullivan; descendants in Ireland and Iowa
   By Gerald M. Ryle (USA, 2002?) - FHB


* SAMPSON: Sampsons in Ireland
   section of 'The Sampson Family'; descendants in Ireland, USA
   By Lilla Briggs Sampson (Baltimore, Maryland, 1914) - OL


   - The Family of Thomas Scott and Martha Swan Scott
     A Century in America A Sketch - Illustrated
     By A Grandson, George Tressler Scott (For Complimentary Distribution Only. Privately Printed, Montclair, New Jersey, 1956) - FHB
   - Our Clan
     A Biological and Genealogical Account
     Edited by Thomas Jefferson Scott, D.D. (Privately printed, Coytesville, New Jersey, 1920) - HT
   - The Scotts of Southwest Virginia Vol I - Vol II - Vol III
     James, b. 1736 and Rachel Scott of Ireland settled in Wythe County, Virginia
     By LaVerne Thomas, Kay Lee Wrage Gunn, Rev. Pike Thomas (Marion, Virginia, 1999) - FHB
     and related families; b. Donegal, 1751; emigrated 1790; settled Washington County, Pennsylvania
     By Orion C. Scott, M.A. a great grandson (Berwyn, Cook County, Illinois, 1917) - FHB

* SCULL: The Scull Family
   Nicholas Scull with wife Mary ________ emigrated to Pennsylvania 1685; extract from The Hallowell - Paul Family History p.148
   By Mary Paul Hallowell Hough; Anna Hallowell Penrose (Philadelphia, 1924) - FHB

* SCULLY: William Scully: Ireland and America, 1840 - 1900

    William Francis John Scully, of Kilfeacle House, Golden Vale, near Cashel, b. Co. Tipperary, 1821; mar. 1. Margaret Mary Sweetman of Dublin; mar. 2. Enriqueta Angela Lascurain Chynoweth; America's 'most extensive landholder'
   By Homer E. Socolofsky (reprint from 'Agricultural History', USA, 1970's?) - FHB

* SEARIGHT, SEAWRIGHT: A Record of the Searight Family
   By James A. Searight (Uniontown, Pennsylvania, 1893) - OL

* SEXTON: Family Genealogy
   By Publius B. Lawson, L.L.B. (Menasha, Wisconsin, 1903) - OL - 'Book Notice' of this book in the New Hampshire Genealogical Record Vol II 1904 - 1905

* SHAHAN, SHEEHANE: An Early History of the Shahan Family 1678 - 1920
   Cornelius Sheehane came to Maryland from Ireland 1679
   By Elizabeth Shahan (Maryland? 1993?) - FHB

* SHANKLIN, SHANKLAND: Reward for Family Tree Information about William Robert Shanklin or Shankland
   of William of Orange's Officer, Battle of the Boyne, 1690; Scottish Clan McGregor
   By Ronald Lee Shankland (Sarasota, Florida, 2011) - FHB

* SHANNON: Shannon Genealogy
   ...one Branch of the Shannon Family in America
   Compiled by George E. Hodgdon (300 copies, Rochester, New York, 1905) - OL 'Book Notice' of this book in the New Hampshire Genealogical Record Vol III 1906

   ...they left England and went to Ireland to avoid religious persecution; "a certificate produced to this meeting by John Sharp of the kingdom of Ireland wch was read and accepted"
   By W. C. Sharpe (Seymour, Connecticut, 1903) - OL

   An account of Some of the Old Homesteads and Families of King William County Virginia
   By Peyton Neale Clarke (Louisville, Kentucky, 1897) - OL

* SHEARER: The Shearer-Akers Family
   Shearer brothers from County Armagh immigrated abt. 1740; settled New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina
   By Rev. James William Shearer, D.D. (Somerville, New Jersey, 1915) - OL

* SHEEHY, SHEHY: Daniel Sheehy and Some of His Descendants
   and his brother Roger Shehy. Daniel Sheehy, b. Co. Tipperary circa 1749-59
   By Lois Ann McCollum (Glenwood Springs, Colorado, 1989) - FHB

* SHEERAN, CULLEN, DARDIS, CASSERLY: Lineage of Sheeran and Allied Families
   of Ardcard and Boyle Parish, County Roscommon and St. Mary Township, Waseca County, Minnesota; Dardis and Allied Families of Killucan Parish, County Westmeath and Blooming Grove Township, Waseca County, Minnesota
   By Betty Brown Sheeran (Fall City, Washington, 2002) - FHB

* SHEIL: The Sheil Family of Maloy... from Ireland to Ringgold County Iowa and Beyond

   James Sheil b. Kill, Co. Kildare, 1815 mar. Elizabeth Cunningham, b. New York, whose parents were from Ireland
   By Michael Sheil (Maryville, Missouri, 1994) FHB

* SHEPHERD: History and Genealogy of James and Sarah Shepherd

   and their American Descendants; James Shepherd b. Parish of Drumlane, Co. Cavan, 1730; mar. 1st Sarah Morton b. 1757, d. 1822 bur. Montgomery cemetery, Jefferson County, Ohio; related family of Dobbs of Co. Donegal
   By John Franklin Shepherd (Toledo, Ohio, 1912) - OL

* SHERLOCK: Sherlock Family Genealogy

   Edward Sherlock, b. Ardillis, Co. Kildare, mar. Margaret Lee; 4 children; emigrated to Royalton, Vermont
   By Wallace James Sherlock, Sr. (USA, 1987) - FHB

   - Sheridan of Ireland and America in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* SHERRARD: The Sherrard Family of Steubenville
   John Sherrard was born in Ireland near Newton Limavady...
   Surnames in Ireland: Sherrard, Johnston
   By Robert Andrew Sherrard (Philadelphia, 1890) - OL

   And his Descendants in America. Illustrated
   By Robert J. Shields (New York, 1903) - HT
     transcript; 1. General James Shields, U.S.A.; 2. General Shield's Kin in Ireland; 3. General Shield's Kin in U.S.A.; General Shield's Ancestry
     By Kevin R. O'Shiel - Irish Emigration Database
   - The Shields Family
     of County Tyrone
     By John A. Shields (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1917) - IA

* SIMPSON, DAWSON: Early Records of Simpson Families
   In Scotland, North Ireland, and Eastern United States; related family of Dawson
   By Helen A. Simpson (Philadelphia, 1927) - FHB

* SINCLAIR: The History of the Sinclair Family in Europe and America for Eleven Hundred Years
   ...a genealogical and biographical history...
   By Leonard Allison Morrison (Boston, 1896) - OL

* SINNETT, SINNOTT, etc.: Sinnett Genealogy
   Michael Sinnett of Harpswell, Maine, his Ancestry and Descendants, also records of other Sinnetts, Sinnotts, etc., in Ireland and America
   By Rev. Charles Nelson Sinnett (Concord, New Hampshire, 1910) - HT

   By Mary Elizabeth Synnott, Edited by Josiah Granville Leach, LL.B. (Philadelphia, 1905) - OL

* SKELLY, BOYCE: A Whin Bush Grows in Ulster
   Genealogy of Skeely - Boyce and allied families Cope, Gordon, Strain
   By John Tucker Abbott; Anne Skelly Abbott (Privately printed Bedford, Massachusetts, 1987) - FHB

   - Skipwith of Virginia, USA in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* SLOANE: Ancestors and Descendants of Alexander Sloane
   of Killyleagh, Co. Down
   By Lillian Horton Altpeter (Madison, Wisconsin, 1986) - FHB

* SMILEY: A Brief Account of the Ancestry of the Smiley Family
   From Scotland the Smileys settled in Co. Donegal - Thomas Smiley killed in the Siege of Londonderry 1689; decendants in USA
   By Claribel Smiley (San Antonio, Texas, 1970's?) - FHB


   - Ancestry and Relatives of Milton Smith and Matilda Stringer his Wife
     Joseph Smith emigrated from Ireland; Pedigree showing Scotish Irish and Irish ancestry
     By Unknown author (handwritten, USA? 1886?) - OL
     who lived and died in County Derry, Ireland
     By Sarah Wilson Smith (Allegheny City, Pennsylvania, 1892) - IA
     Patrick Crowley b. Co. Cork, 1817; mar. Mary Smith in 1846 Knockamore Parish, Co. Waterford; 14 children; emigrated
     By Carol Doran Barlow (Privately published Roseville, California, 1999) - FHB
     see Part II Thomas Smith The Irishman and Kindred Families 1733 - 1982
     By Katheryn Hutcherson Campbell (Dallas, Texas, 1982) - FHB
   - Genealogy of the Descendants of Robert Smith
     b. Ireland abt. 1723; emigrated from Belfast to Philadelphia abt. 1736
     By Edward Uhr Smith (Cottonport, Louisiana, 1971) - FHB
     Surnames in Ireland: Smith, Bell, McNee, Morison
     Places in Ireland: Moneymore, Londonderry, Dublin
     By Jonathan Smith (Clinton, Massachusetts, 1900) - OL
     Two Scotch-Irish families
     By Grace Smith Pettijohn (Indianapolis, Indiana, 1912) - OL
   By Joseph S. Harris (Philadelphia, 1906) - OL
   - Smith
     extract from 'The Bard Family'; Robert Smith, son of McDonald 'the Smith', was born near the waters of the Boyne, Ireland and died at New London, Chester County, Pennsylvania, 1748
     By G. O. Seilhamer, Esq. (Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, 1908)) - OL

   - Autobiographical Notes, Letters and Reflections
     My Grandfather's name was Joseph Smyth, a tanner in the town of Belfast, Ireland where he died at the advanced age of 96...
     By Thomas Smyth, D.D., edited by his granddaughter Louisa Cheves Stoney (Charlestown, South Carolina, 1911) - OL
     Smyth b. Tralee, Co. Kerry, 1809; mar. Bandon, Co. Cork 1825; settled Hopkinton, Massachusetts later Teteagouche, Bathurst, New Bruswick; 13 children
     By Patricia Knowles Turner, Katherine Smyth Gauthier (Seattle, Washington; Bathurst, 1982) - FHB


   - The Descendants of Rev. Robert Smythe
     b. Belfast, abt. 1793; bur. Shueyville, Johnson Co., Iowa; sister Mary Ann Smythe and brother James Smythe remained in Ireland
     By Daniel E. Page (Akron, Ohio, 2002) - FHB - Large file!
   The Story of William Smyth of Giant's Causeway, Co. Antrim and Cauphin County, Pennsylvania and some of his Descendants... and related Families, including:
   Johnston, McCalmont, Milliken, Allison, Todd, McCreight, Lamb, Martin, Neil, Laird, McKibben, Elder
   By Alice Lillian Smythe McCabe (Lawrenceville, GA, 1992) - FHB

* SNODGRASS: The Snodgrass Family History Book
   John Snodgrass b. Co. Tyrone, abt. 1736; with wife Mary Snodgrass settled in Washington County, Virginia
   By Don L. Norwood (Dallas, Texas, 1999) - FHB

   - A Brief Biographical Sketch of the Somerville Family for Seven Generations
   The Somerville family emigrated from Ireland to America about 1785
   Written for the Reunion in Point Pleasant, West Virginia (Ohio, 1904) - FHB
   Who Emigrated to America from Ireland, in the opening years of the 19th Century
   By Frank Montgomery (Newark, Ohio, 1897) - OL

* SPARROW: Sparrow Family
   George Sparrow, Protestant, b. Balingarry, Co. Tipperary, abt. 1800; mar. 1820 Mary F Burke; emigrated 1834; descendants in Ohio, Missouri, Montana, California; one son went to Jamaica
   By Ruth Varney Held (San Diego, California, 1965) - FHB

* SPEER: From Ireland to Iowa - The Family of Robert Speer

   emigrated 1768, settled in Adams County, Pennsylvania
   By Barbara Ahart (Canon City, Colorado, 2003) - FHB

* SPELLISCY: Martin and Bridget Spelliscy from Co. Clare
   3 generations of their Descendants - STRONG, McGRAW, CROSSMAN, FERGUSON
   By John Roland Crossman (Greendale, Wisconsin, 1983) - FHB

* STACPOLE: History and Genealogy of the Stackpole Family

   James Stacpole, b. abt. 1652, possibly an Irish immigrant lived in Kittery Maine; Stackpoles in Ireland, England and America
   By Everett Schermerhorn Stackpole (2nd Ed. Lewiston, Maine, 1920) - OL

* STURGEON: A Genealogical History of the Sturgeon, Elder and Allied Families

   of Kentucky; Samuel Sturgeon b. Ireland abt. 1680 and with his large family migrated to America in 1730; settled in Donegal township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
   By Edith Louise Wood (Louisville, Kentucky, 1968) - FHB

* SPENCE: A Genealogical History of the Spence Family of Western Pennsylvania

   By J. Kurt Spence (Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 2003) - FHB

* STANFIELD: The Samuel Stanfield Family
   of Colonial Pennsylvania. The descenants of Samuel Stanfield and Jane Andrew from Lurgan in the north of Ireland
   By Jackie L. Fisher (Privately Printed, Seabrook, Texas, 1996) - FHB

* STANTON: Morans, Stantons, Blackmores
   Ixonia, Wisconsin Families; Moran (Co. Meath); Stanton (Co. Mayo); Blackmore (Co. Tipperary)
   Related Families: Gelshen, Hayes, Boswell, Rutledge, Quirk, McNally, Kane, O'Brien
   By Joseph L. Druse (East Lancing, Michigan, 1999) - FHB


   - Archibald Steele and his Descendants
     immigrated from Ireland
     By Newton Chambers Steele, M.D. (Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1900, 1901) - OL
     including Scotch-Irish
     By Charles Henry Pope (Compiled and Printed for The Family Only, Boston, 1900) - OL
     b. Tipperary, 1749; mar. 1 son; emigrated, settled Welland County, Ontario; mar. 2ndly New York
     By Doris F. Brainard (Ontario? 2000) - FHB

* STEEN: The Steen Family - The Steen Family - 2nd Ed. (revised and enlarged)
   in Europe and America; mostly Irish Steen families many of whom emigrated to America
   By the Rev. Moses D. A. Steen (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1900, 1917) OL

* STEER: A Genealogy of a Steer Family
   descendants of Joseph and Grace (Edgerton) Steer, Quakers emigrated 1736 from Co. Antrim
   By Isaac S. Russell (New Market, Frederick County, Maryland, 1891) - FHB

* STEUART, HARRIS: Colonel George Steuart and his wife Margaret Harris
   their ancestors and descendants with appendixes of related families
   By Robert Stewart, D.D., LL.D. (Lahore, India, 1907) - OL

* STEVENS: Ancestry of Charles Marvin Stevens
   Surnames in Ireland: FoxDonlon?; CarewHandleyFlanagan of Co. Cavan; Fitzpatrick of Co. Cavan; Fahey of Co. Roscommon or Longford; Mulvihill of Co. Longford
   By Joanne Marie Stevens (Meridian, Idaho, 2000 - 2007) - FHB

   - Boyer Stewart and Related Families
     James Stewart born northern Ireland c. 1740
     By Sandra E. H. Mumah (Portland, Oregon, 1999) - FHB
     William Stewart b. 1738 of Fort Stewart, Green Hill, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal
     By Dr. Robert F. Miller (St. Louis, Missouri, 1909) - IA
   - The Ancestry and WWI letters of William Galbraith Stewart, Jr. 1896 - 1935
     of Wilkinsburg, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; descended from William Stewart of Fort Stewart (see previous)
     By Robert Cady Gates (Springfield, Missouri, 1995) - FHB
   - From Ballymoran to South Carolina, Robert Stewart, 1775 - 1820
     British Soldier, Merchant and his Ancestors and some of his children
     By Joseph Douglas Cawley, Jacqueline Boss-Cawley (Centennial, Colorado, 2008) - FHB
     John Stewart  fled from Scotland to County Down; son Robert Stewart followed locating in Dromore, Co. Down; his son Samuel Stewart removed to Marah Creek settlement, Adams county, Pennsylvania; section of "Pennsylvania Genealogies: Scotch-Irish and German"
     By William Henry Egle, M.D., M.A. (Harrisburg, 1886) - OL
     Their relatives, their descendants; of Scottish lineage, they emigrated to Haldimand, Ontario, 1826; descendants in Canada, USA
     By Edna (Stewart) MillerCarlton Ross Stewart (Canada, 1980) - FHB
   - The Stewarts of Owen and Grant Counties Kentucky
     Elisha Stewart b. Ireland, abt, 1760; d. Owen, Kentucky, 1823
     By Cameron Huddlestone (Palm Harbor, Florida, 2012?) - FHB
   - The Stewart Story
     John Stewart b. Londonderry, Ireland abt. 1711; settled with parents John Stewart and Elizabeth Clark at Londonderry, New Hampshire
     By Ramona Anderson Chamberlain (USA, late 20th century) - FHB

   - A Collection of Stones and most of them... Gems
    The Descendants of William and Jane Stone, Immigrants from Londonderry, Ireland
     By Ilona Hindrichs Stone (USA, late 20th Century) - FHB
   - Derry Stones - The Family of William and Jane Stone
     of Londonderry Ireland. William Stone, Sr. b. Londonderry abt. 1740, d. Williamson County Tennessee 1811
     By Lavorne Brunson (Fairbanks, Alaska, 1998) - FHB

* STOREY: Descendants of Alexander Storey and Elizabeth Craig
   from Ireland to Butler County, Pennsylvania in 1796; with related families Campbell, Kincaid, Moore, Rankin, Sloan, Steele, Sutton, Walker
   By Betty Andrews Storey (Hales Corners, Wisconsin, 2004) - FHB

* STRAIN: The Descendants of James Strain of Northern Ireland - 1997 Register
   b. N. Ireland, 3 children, the first Mary Strain b. 1835 mar. Thomas Boyce, 9 children several of whom emigrated to Dover New Hampshire
   By The Marshall-David Library (Tucson, USA, 1997) - FHB

   - Genealogies of the Stranahan, Josselyn, Fitch and Dow Families in North America
     James Stranahan, b. North of Ireland 1699; emigrated to New England 1725
     By Henry Reed Stiles (Privately printed, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1868) - FHB
     First Directress of the Graham Institution
     By Rev. Samuel T. Spear, D.D. (New York, 1867) - OL

   Strobridge Morrison or Morison Strawbridge (a Scots-Irish family)
   By Mrs. Mary Stiles (Paul) Guild (Lowell, Massachusetts, 1891) - IA

   Surnames in Ireland: Gregg (Belfast), Stuart (Larne), Young
   By Eugene Stuart Gregg, Jr. (Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, 1975) - FHB

* SULLIVAN: Descendants of William M and Artemese E. Green Sullivan
   The Sullivans from Ireland first settled in Virginia then Tennessee
   By G. Wayne Bradford (Smyrna, Tennessee, 2012?) - FHB
   - Early Sullivans of Maryland
   also Sullivant
   By Raymond B. Sullivan (Hanover, Pennsylvania, 1967?) - FHB
   - Materials for a History of the Family of John Sullivan of Berwick, New England and of the O'Sullivans of Ardea, Ireland
     By Thomas Coffin Amory (Cabridge, Massachusetts, 1893) - OL
     A Collection of records and correspondence. Also MacCarney
     By Unknown author (Indianapolis, abt. 1900) - IA
   - A Direct Sullivan Bloodline from Daniel Sullivan Sr. to George W. Sullivan
   - The Sullivans and Allied Families
      By George W. Sullivan (Texas, 1993, 1995) - Borrow these books from OL
   - Names of Sullivan Family and When Born
     facsimile of hand-written record of John Sullivan 1820 - 1898 of Mitchelstown, Co. Cork later of Petersburgh, Canada, Albany, New York and Chicago, Illinois; 15 children; mar. 1 Mitchelstown, 1845, Mary Touhy; mar. 2. Chicago, 1860, Ellen Doherty
     By Louis D. Melnick (Evanston, Illinois, 2006) - FHB
   - The Patriarch of the Valley
     Isaac Wilson Sullivan, grandson of immigrant to Boston, b. Kentucky, moved to California
     By Emma A. Street-Hively (Calistoga, California, 1977) - FHB
   - A Sullivan Family History
     Florence Joseph Sullivan, son of Florence and Margaret Sullivan, b. Ireland, 1835; d. Wapella, Illinois, 1896
     By Mary Alma Sullivan, BVM (Chicago, 2005) - FHB

   The Sullivan Family
     of Sullivan, Maine
     By John S. Emery, Esquire of Boston (Bangor, Maine, Reprinted 1891) - IA
     Daniel O. Sullivan, b. 1799 mar. Johanna Cronin Newcastlewest, Co. Limerick, 1824; emigrated to Parishville, New York, 1850; 6 children
     By Carol and Bernard Hall (Lynn Haven, Florida, 1997) - FHB

   - A Genealogy and Family Memorial
     the family came first to North Carolina, settled near the Lucas family with whom they had been connected in Ireland; the name was originally Sullivan
     By Joseph Sullivant (350 copies printed for private distribution, Columbus, Ohio, 1874) - OL
     and some of their descendants; John Sullivant, b, Ireland, 1640, immigrated 1655
     By Diane Marie Snyder Smith; Dr. Johnny Mack Smith (USA, 1997) - FHB

* SWAIN: Descendants of Robert Swain
   of Greenville, South Carolina
   By Unknown author (USA, late 20th century?) - website


   - Swan Family
     of English origin, Richard Swan emigrated from Ireland to Pennsylvania; section of "Pennsylvania Genealogies: Scotch-Irish and German"
     By William Henry Egle, M.D., M.A. (Harrisburg, 1886) - OL
   - Swan Gleanings - Vol I
     Alexander Swan b. Ireland, 1727; settled Hanover Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania; d. 1778
     By William A. Yates (USA, 1977) - FHB

* SWANTON: The Swanton Genealogy - Descendants of Patrick Swanton

   of Boston, Massachusetts 1716 - possibly of Irish descent
   By Louise May Swanton (Newton, Massachusetts, 1976) - FHB

* SWEENEY: Lineage of Barney Sweeney

   b. Louisiana, 1844 of Irish descent; 15 children
   By Edith Faye Sweeney (USA, 2012?) - FHB

* SWIFT: Ancestors, Relatives and Descendants of Patrick Joseph and Catherine Swift

   including McManus, Zink, Sheehan and Girard families; P. J. Swift, b. Lettergreen, Newtownbutler, Co. Fermanagh, 1841 son of James Swift and Brigid McCoffery; mar.; 11 children; d. Greenfield, Iowa
   By Donald F. Lovely (Bloomington, Michigan, 2010) - FHB

* SYNAN: The Synans of Virginia: the Story of an Irish Family in America
   William Synan b. County Cork, abt. 1800; settled in Virginia abt. 1812
   By Vinson Synan with  Clifton Synan, Joseph Synan, Vernon Synan (Chesapeake, Virginia, 2003) - FHB

   John Tague and Bridgett Finegan of Ireland
   By Laura Moody Johnson Thompson (USA, digital 2010) - FHB

* TALBOT: A Talbot Family History
   John Talbot, b. abt. 1810 and Julia Meara; 4 children b. at Honey Mount, Tipperary emigrated bet. 1850 and 1860
   By Ora Ley Flaningam (Midland, Michigan, 1994) - FHB

   - From Sea to Shining Sea - A Taylor Family Saga
     Matthew Taylor of Londonderry emigrated to New Hampshire 1720
     By Ralph A. Taylor (Seattle, Washington, 1987) - FHB
   - 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

* TENER: Tener - A History of the Family in France Ireland and America

   Part II The Teners of Ireland from 1700 down to the later part of the 19th century and their immigrations to America; little known branches still remaining in Ireland
   At the request of the late Hampden Evans Tener, II (Privately printed, Montclair, New Jersey? 1949) - Borrow this book from OL

   - Andrew Thompson of Wythe and Bland Counties Virginia and Descendants
     born in Ireland and emigrated to America early 1770's
     By Brian J. Cragun (Privately published, Rochester, Minnesota, 1994 - 1995) - FHB
     genealogical notes on all known descendants of John Thomson, covenanter, of Scotland, Ireland and Pennsylvania, with such biographical sketches as could be obtained from available published records, or were supplied by the friends of those individuals who were too modest to tell of their own accomplishments
     By Addams Stratton McAllister (Easton, Pennsylvania, 1917) - OL
     6 generations of Thompsons whose Scotch-Irish ancestors probably came to New England in 1718
     By Henry Joseph Amy (Eastchester, N.Y., 1966) - FHB
     ...descendants of John Wilson of County Antrim and ...Elizabeth McGraudy Thompson ... who settled in Bucks County
     By the Wilson-Thompson Family Association (Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 1916) - IA
   - Our Clan
     A Biological and Genealogical Account
     Edited by Thomas Jefferson Scott, D.D. (Privately printed, Coytesville, New Jersey, 1920) - HT
     Scotch Covenanters settled in Ireland; John and James Thompson settled in Chester County, Pennsylvania abt 1730 - 1735
     By Heber Samuel Thompson (Pottsville, Pennsylvania, 1887) - OL

* TIBBS: Tibbs, Bennett, Crull, etc. Families of Monongalia County, Virginia
   Irish born: McCurdy, Slaughtery, McIntyre, Dalrymple
   By S. Earline Tibbs Pugh (2000) - - FHB

   - The Tiernan Family in Maryland
     The Family of the Tiernans belongs to the County of Meath...
     By Charles B. Tiernan (Baltimore, 1898) - OL
   - The Tiernan and Other Families
     By Charles B. Tiernan (Baltimore, 1901) - OL

* TIPPIN: A Brief History of George Manton Tippin, Sr. of Ireland
   York County, South Carolina and Washington County Indiana and His Descendants
   By Ernest E. Tippin, M.D. (Wichita, Kansas, 1952) - FHB

* TOBIN: Meet your grandfather, a Sketch-Book of the Hagood-Tobin family
   By General Johnson Hagood (300 copies privately printed Charlestown, South Carolina, 1946) - IA

* TOMBS: David Tombs - A Patriot - His Ancestors and Descendants
   b. Co. Antrim, 1763; emigrated to South Carolina 1768
   By Shirley Tombs Jennings (printed privately, USA, 2005) - FHB

* TONER: Toner - McBride - King - O'Dowd - Horton - McGough 1795 to 2000

   Ireland Minnesota and Beyond; All immigrated from Ireland
   By Margo Horton-Davis (Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2000) - FHB

* TOWLE: So Many Ancestors - Our Towle and Knutson Genealogy
   Andrew Alex Towle b. Dublin, Ireland, 1816; d. Weeping Water Cass County, Nebraska, 1894
   By Juanita Belle Anderson Towle (USA?, microfilmed 1994) - FHB

* TOWNSEND: Vernon Townsend, Australia to America

   Family originally from Castletownsend, Co. Cork
   By Mary L. Thurman Miller (Fullerton, California, digital 2009) - FHB - See also Irish Family Histories I - ZCastletownshend in: Wikipedia

* TRIMBLE: A Genealogical Record
   of John and Mary Palmer of Concord, Chester (now Delaware) Co., Pennsylvania
   Surnames in Ireland: Sharp, Johnson, McFarlan, Heald, Foster, Hamilton, Cassin, Kent, Donaldson, McCauley, Pennock, Perdue, Headen, Pim, Brown, McCartin, Herron, Barry, Reynolds, Young, Thompson, Hollingsworth, Calvert, Humbles, McKay, Davison, Passmore, Morrissy, Forrester, Trimble, Faddis, Lightfoot, Jackson, Harlan, White, Starr, Simpson, Patton, Forsythe, Frazer, Harris, Smith, Huey, Gleason, Ellis, Curtin, Monaghan, Pennock, Collett, McGee
   By Lewis Palmer, (Chester, Pennsylvania, 1910) - Ol

* TROUSDELL: Information on the Trousdell Family Tree
   New York immigrant John Trousdell of Ennis, Co. Clare
   By James Trousdell (Bath) - Irish Emigration Database

* TYRRELL, MULLIGAN: Some Descendants of Ethel Nora Mulligan and Charles Francis Tyrrell, Sr.

   Skeletal chart showing Peter Tyrrell mar. Bridget RyanPeter Mulligan mar. Mary HartyJohn Keannely mar. Mary Anglum; all of Ireland, all emigrated to USA; Michael O'Melia mar. Ann White
   Compiled by Elaine Hattie Picht Tyrrell (USA, 1992) - FHB

     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
   - Five typical Scotch Irish families of the Cumberland Valley
    Surnames in Ireland: OrrClement, CraigVance, Boyd, Watson
     Places in Ireland: North Down; Bullyblack (Ballyblack?); Clough County of Antrim; Derry; Killeade; Ardmore Co. Antrim; Ulster; Donegal; Burt; County Antrim; Bangor; Killyleagh
     By Mary Craig Shoemaker (Albany, New York, 1922) - OL

   Andrew Wakefield immigrated from Ireland 1783
   By Stanley W. McClure (USA, 1984) - FHB

   - History of the Walker Family
     A Mr. Walker of Scotch Irish parentage married Amelia Forsythe of Dublin; when widowed she and 5 children emigrated to America 1775; purchased a farm on the Juniatta River, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania
     By Minerva Carr Muir (USA, 1916) - FHB
   - Walker Genealogy and a History of the Walker family
   John Smith Walker moved from Ireland to Scotland then to St. Mary's, Ontario; descendants in Canada, USA
   By Margaret McNickle Ainlay and John Albert Ainlay (Evanston, Illinois, 1954) - FHB

   Moses Wall of Roscrea, Co. Tipperary, b. 1796; emigrated to Lower Canada, 1819
   By Randy Calvin Wall (Mounds View, Minnesota, 2005) - FHB

   - The Ancestors and Descendants of Robert Wallace
     great grandson of Peter Wallace, Jr. who emigrated from Ireland 1724
     By Edna Wallace Seivers (USA, 1989) - FHB
   - Genealogy of the Wallace Family
     Descended from Robert Wallace of Ballymena, Ireland
     By John H. Wallace (for private distribution, New York, 1902) - OL
     Surnames in Ireland: KavenaughMillerWoodsWallace, Lapsley
     Places in Ireland: AntrimDublinMonasterevinCastle Dunshanglin (Dunshaughlin?)
     By W. H. Miller (Richmond, Kentucky, 1907) - IA
     Peter Wallace, b. Scotland, m. Elizabeth Woods, 1705, dau. of John Woods and Elizabeth Worsop; widow settled in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
     By Donald Sheridan Wallace (Bellevue, Washington, 1989) - FHB
     Samuel Wallace, b. Tyrone abt. 1730, son of John Wallace and Martha Hays (see Hays above); Samuel settled in Allen township, Cumberland county, Pennsylvania; section of "Pennsylvania Genealogies: Scotch-Irish and German"
     By William Henry Egle, M.D., M.A. (Harrisburg, 1886) - OL

   Richard "Michael" Doran b. Ireland abt. 1830; m. Eleanor "Ellen" Walsh
   By Carol Doran Barlow (Roseville, California, 2000) - FHB

   son of Samuel Walsh and Elizabeth Allison of Killingsly, Co. Down
   By Rev. William Walsh (Newburgh, N.Y., 1903) - FHB

* WALSH, PHILBIN: The Thomas Walsh and Mary Philbin family of County Mayo
    mar. 1853; 11 children; 6 emigrated to New Hampshire and Rhode Island, 5 stayed in Ireland
   By Virginia Morgan Travis (Dallas Texas, 1997) - FHB

* WALSH: The Walsh Line
   from a 4 page book entitled 'The Mitchell Line 1811 - 1929; The Walsh Line'; Michael Walsh b. Athlacce, Kilmallock, Co. Limerick; m. Margaret Fitzgibbons
   By Major J. C. Fegan, U.S.M.C. (Washington, D.C., 1929) - Borrow this book from OL

* WARNE: A Genealogy of the Warne Family in America
   Thomas Warne... lived somewhere in Ireland; One of the Twenty-four Proprietors of East New Jersey
   By Rev. George Warne Labaw (New York, 1911) - FHB

* WASON: Wasons of Delphi (Indiana)
   Hugh James Wason, b. Belfast; emigrated to Brooklyn, New York with his family 1812
   By John Edson Wason (Evergreen, Colorado, 2000) - FHB

* WASSON: Descendants of Wassons originally from Ireland - Vol I - Vol II
   Descendants in USA, Canada, Australia between 1748 - 1996
   By Jonnie Elizabeth Hart Holland, Nellie Mae Adams Conklin (Willcox, Arizona, Shawnee, Oklahoma, 1996) - FHB

* WASSON, WAUSOUN: Wasson Genealogy: Ancestry of John Robert Schmidt
   James Wausoun of Scotland moved early 1600's to Co. Antrim; family moved 1770's to New Hampshire then New York
   By John Robert Schmidt (USA, late 20th century) - FHB

  Surnames in Ireland: OrrClement, CraigVance, Boyd, Watson
  Places in Ireland: North Down; Bullyblack (Ballyblack?); Clough County of Antrim; Derry; Killeade; Ardmore Co. Antrim; Ulster; Donegal; Burt; County Antrim; Bangor; Killyleagh
   By Mary Craig Shoemaker (Albany, New York, 1922) - OL

   Descendants of Matthew Watson (and his wife Mary Orr who left from Coleraine, County Londonderry)
   Compiled by Mrs. Julis Draper (Watson) Bemis and Alonzo Amasa Bemis, D.D.S. (Spencer, Massachusetts, 1894) - OL

* WATSON: History of the Watson Family in America 1760 - 1914
   family emigrated from Co. Tyrone abt 1729 to Franklin County, Pennsylvania, later to the Carolinas
   By Clayton Keith (Louisiana, 1914) - FHB

* WAYNE: The Waynes of Pennsylvania, Wilmington, North Carolina and Charles Town, South Carolina
   Anthony Wayne and wife Hannah Faulkner both of England settled in Co. Wicklow and later in America; son Gabriel Wayne, b. Ireland abt. 1694, m. Elizabeth Hall (Hawl), b. Ireland, went to Pennsylvania with her parents
   By Hugh S. Wayne (USA, 2003) - FHB

* WEEKS: The Weeks Family of Prince Edward Island
   Stephen Weeks, b. Ireland, 1765 immigrtated with wife and 8 children to PEI 1822; Descendants PEI, elsewhere in Canada, USA
   By Ralph D. Smith (Daytona Beach, Florida, 1994) - FHB

   Robert Weer (or Ware) born Ireland about 1743
   By George Tuttle Gosforth (Annadale, Virginia, 1988) - FHB

   In 1654, several lads were sent from Ireland in the ship 'Goodfellow' to be sold as slaves in New England. Among them were Philip and Edward Welch; extract from 'Some Temple Pedigrees'
   By Levi Daniel Temple (Boston, 1900) - OL

   David Welch b. North Ireland bef. 1740 came to America abt. 1770
   By June B. Welch (USA, 1988) - FHB

* WELCH: A Welch Family History
   The Ancestors of Billy Dwain Welch
   By Charlotte McCoy Sullivan (USA, 2008) - FHB

* WEST: The History of the Joseph West Family
   b. Co. Kerry, 1816; belonged to the Church of Ireland; came to Indiana 1852; his brother William West and wife Elizabeth Fox and 4 children emigrated to Canada, later Illinois
   By Charles Martin Standard; Luella Jean (West) Standard (Dallas, Texas, 1997) - FHB

* WHAYLEN, WHALEN: The Charles Patrick Whaylen Family
   b. County Kildare, 1818; mar. abt. 1838, Mary Carrigan; emigrated bef. 1840; lived New York, then Iowa; 9 children
   By L. P. Fauskee (USA, late 20th century?) - FHB

* WHEARTY, HAGARTY: The Descendants of John and Ellen Whearty
   John Whearty b. Swords, Dublin, 1827; mar. New York, 1853, Ellen Hagarty b. Tipperary, 1833; 10 children
   By Marian Scott Bradley (no details) - FHB

* WHELAN, WHALEN: The Whelans of Ballyporeen: Genealogy and Family History
   Patrick Whelan emigrated to Springfield, Massachusetts
   By Thomas M. Whelan (Marstons Mills, Massachusetts, 2004) - FHB

* WHITE: 2,177 Descendants of Arthur White
   of Beaver County, Pennsylvania 1767 - 1999
   by Dennis B. Ardinger (USA, 1999) FHB

   Early ancestors include Stephen White and wife Mary Bigger of northern Ireland (Vol I not found)
   By John A. Mead (USA, 1995) - FHB

   William White b. 1687 moved with his family to Londonderry, Ireland 1687; mar. twice; emigrated to Chester New Hampshire 1725
   By James Clarke White (printed privately, Boston, 1915) - FHB

* WHITE: The White Family
   John White, b. Co. Tyrone, bet. 1685 and 1706, settled in the area of the Mason-Dixon line
   By Derick S. Hartshorn (USA, 2004) - website

   born in Ireland, emigrated to Pennsylvania 1736
    By Ida Whiteside (USA, digital 2010) - FHB

   John Wiggins, b. north of Ireland; settled Beaver creek, Paxtang township, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania; section of "Pennsylvania Genealogies: Scotch-Irish and German"
   By William Henry Egle, M.D., M.A. (Harrisburg, 1886) - OL

   By William Amel Sausaman (Edition of 100 copies, Springfield Illinois, 1971) - IA

   Co. Tyrone; m. Mary Waugh or Burke; emigrated 1840; descendants throughout USA
   By Lillian Thelma Willahan (West Valley city, Utah, 1993) - FHB

* WILLIAMS: A Family History - Vol II
   an update(?) of the Williams (McWilliams) and Corbett Families from Ireland. 
   By George L. Williams (Printed Privately, USA, 2006) - FHB - Vol I not found

* WILSON, McGINNIS: Charles W. Wilson - Julia Ellen McGinnis Family History

   Related families: Brady, Wasson, White, Ross, Lahey, Murphy,Fitzgerald, Walsh, Gorman, Shorthall, Maloney, Delaney, Dowling
   By Jean Ellen Wilson and others (Fort Pierce, Florida, 2001) - FHB

* WILSON: Descendants of John Hugh Wilson
   born Londonderry, Ireland 1689, d. Letterkenny township Cumberland, Pennsylvania, 1773
   By Mary H Ash (USA, undated) - computer generated

* WILSON: Descendants of William Wilson 1722 - 1801 and Elizabeth Blackburn
   He emigrated to Philadelphia 1737; settled Shenandoah County, Virginia
   By C. J. Maxwell (Dallas, Texas, 1943) - FHB

* WILSON: Genealogical History of the Families
   Histories of the Scotch-Irish and of the Presbyterians in the Revolutionary War
   By Newton Whitfield McConnell (USA, 19--) - IA

   ...descendants of John Wilson of County Antrim and ...Elizabeth McGraudy Thompson ... who settled in Bucks County
   By the Wilson-Thompson Family Association (Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 1916) - IA
   Benjamin Anderson, b. 1699 at Bush Mills, Co. Antrim, emigrated 1720; married Hannah Wilson of County Down, settled on a farm near Boston
   By J. F. Pringle (Cornwall, 1892) - IA

* WILSON: The Ulster Ancestry of President Wilson
   Thomas Woodrow Wilson (1856 - 1924), President of the United States
   Extract from The Northern Whig (Belfast, 1918) - Irish Emigration Database website

   By George W. Hoyt (Connecticut?, 1998) - FHB

   By James Bayard Hale, Colonel, U.S. Army, Retired (USA, 1964)

   Hugh Wilson, b. Co. Cavan, m. Sarah Craig; emigrated to America; settled in the Irish Settlement abt. 1736; section of "Pennsylvania Genealogies: Scotch-Irish and German"
   By William Henry Egle, M.D., M.A. (Harrisburg, 1886) - OL

   Compiled by Joseph G. Wardlaw (Yorkville, South Carolina, 1910) - HT

* WOODS: History and Genealogies of the families of Miller, Woods, etc
   Surnames in Ireland: KavenaughMillerWoodsWallace, Lapsley
   Places in Ireland: AntrimDublinMonasterevinCastle Dunshanglin (Dunshaughlin?)
   By W. H. Miller (Richmond, Kentucky, 1907) - IA

* WOODS: A Short History of Descendants and Allied Families of Robert Woods of Ireland
   Robert Woods and two brothers emigrated from Ireland 1730 to Charlotte County, Virginia
   By Weightsill Arno Woods (Virginia? details not available) - FHB

* WOODS: The Woods-McAfee Memorial
   ...of Ireland and their Descendants in America
   By Rev. Neander M. Woods, D.D. LL.D. (Louisville, Kentucky, 1905) - OL

* WREN: Ancestry of Winifred Wren Dolle
   handwritten pedigree with notes; Edward Wren of Latrim Co [Co. Leitrim] Ireland, married in Halifax N.S. Canada
   By Winifred Wren Dolle (Ohio? aft. 1943) - FHB

* WRIGHT: A History of the Wright and Brierly Families, their Ancestors and Connections
   Surnames in Ireland: Wright, Burdy, Brierly, Bell
   Places in Ireland: Newry, Dublin
   By William Henry Wright, Edward James Wright, Norma Pellett (Chicago, 1906, updated 2006) - FHB

* WYLIE: History of the McTeear, Brown and Wylie Families
   William Wylie, b. Co. Derry, 1773; came to America 1791
    By David V. Brown (Butler, Missouri, 1902) - OL

* WYLIE: Wylie Genealogy
   Samuel Wylie of Scottish lineage emigrated from Ireland and settled at Baltimore 1759
   By Ernest Gray Wylie (St. Louis, Missouri, 1906) - FHB


   Surnames in Ireland: Gregg (Belfast), Stuart (Larne), Young
   By Eugene Stuart Gregg, Jr. (Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, 1975) - FHB

Thomas Young, Gentleman - Vol I - Vol II - Vol III - Vol IV
   Descendants 1725 - 1998; probably emigrated from Ireland (or England) to Pennsylvania, later South Carolina
   By Melton P. Meek, M.D. (Lawton, Oklahoma, 1998) - FHB

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