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Surname specific links

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Ireland Links

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Some References (All are unsolicited and direct quotes.)
"Eddie produces beautiful prints of coats of arms, of excellent quality and design". Clans of Ireland Newsletter, May 1999.
"Thanks for your fantastic service and I truly I am excited to receive the final artwork". Jill
"You are correct: the nice paper and superior printing really make a difference! I am in the process of getting one of them framed right now. That is my father's Christmas present. I would like to thank you again for the work you did. I will be happy to recommend you to anyone I know that is interested in their heraldry". John
"I just recieved the Mundy Coat of Arms, it came out fantastic, you did a great job." Ed
"It is beautiful! My children and many of my relatives will be proud of this. Excellent work, and thanks again". Wally
"I am a rather old guy who respects excellent work and tells people. Your work is excellent". Harry
"Wonderful customer service and extremely fast turn around - put me down as another satisfied customer. Feel free to use the testimonial. Good luck in your web site." Gordon
"It is beautiful and I really think this will be the best birthday present my dad has or will ever receive". Tracy
"I am so pleased!! Thank you". Betsy
"Nice work. Worth the price". Joe
"Lovely job, brilliant!". Leo
"I received the Rafferty coat of arms in fine shape. It was gorgeous. Thanks again for the good work". Charles
"Received the prints .... They're great! Mom is very pleased". Lois
"Just the Ruane Coat of Arms alone, was well worth the price paid. You are truly a Master of the Graphical Arts". Fred.
"Many thanks for your very rapid response in sending the Glennon graphic. It is as excellent as I had hoped". Tim
"Thank you for your very prompt service and the handsome arms sent to me for Muscott/Muscote". Keith
"I got the print of the Foley coat of arms. It's great and arrived in perfect shape.... I'm having it framed". Luke
"I have received the Hickey coat of arms and it is wonderful". Timothy
"Thanks for the Graphic, I love it". Marty
"I had the other crest done at the Loon Mountain Games. It was good, yours is great! Thanks, I'll send you more business!". Maurice
"The two coats of arms arrived today in perfect condition, and I'm delighted with them. You did a splendid job with these prints. They were beautifully done.". Richard
"Thank you so much for the graphic! It is really wonderful!". Robbie
"And they look AWESOME. You do very nice work". Louis
"Received our graphic for Dorrell. It was lovely. Thank you." Dede
"Thank you so much for your prompt response. The coat of arms is absolutely beautiful. I'll be sending in another order soon." Liz
"Thank you very much for your patience and that of your personnel. I am looking forward to future business with you with a great deal of pleasure." Jack
"The package arrived today and I am very pleased. Thank you. You have been a pleasure to do business with." EO'C
"Great! Great! Great! and Wonderful!!!!! Many Thanks" Chrissie
"This is superb work !" Carsten
"This is good work, you are very talented. I love the general look of the crest , the colors are excellent and you have captured my ideas perfectly." Betty-lou
"Just wanted to let you know that I received my order. I am very pleased with how it turned out. Thank you much." Pat
"Once again your packing talents have defeated the postal gorillas.......... :):):)" The cups and other glassware exceed outstanding." Bill

Eddie's "highly recommended" list of other researchers top
These are all people I know and trust and am happy to recommend

Records Ireland

If you want Irish records or archives searched, this is for you!

Gorry Research

For genealogy services - this is your man!

Ulster Ancestry

A research service based in Northern Ireland offering family research in the nine counties of Ulster.

Custom Wax Seals

Personalised Laser Engraved wax seals and sealing wax

Heraldry Colleges, Societies and Authorities top

Ireland

The Office of the Chief Herald

Canada

Heraldry Society of Canada

England

College of Arms

South Africa

State Herald

U.K.

Heraldry Society

Birmingham (UK)

Birmingham and Midland Society for Genealogy and Heraldry

Cambridge (UK)

Cambridge University Heraldic & Genealogical Society

Australia

Heraldry Australia, Inc.

South Australia

South Australian Genealogy & Heraldry Society Inc.

Canberra

The Heraldry & Genealogy Society of Canberra Inc.

U.S.A.

The American College of Heraldry

Françe

Conseil Français d'Héraldique

Sweden

Heraldiska Samfundet (Heraldry Society of Sweden)

Scandinavia

Societas Heraldica Scandinavica

Sweden

SHF - The Swedish Heraldic Association

Slovakia

Slovak Genealogical-Heraldic Society

Slovenia

Heraldica Slovenica

Japan

Heraldry Research Institute (Tokyo)

Luxembourg

The Luxembourg Society of Genealogy and Heraldry

Belgium

Fédération Généalogique et Héraldique de Belgique

Poland

Polish Nobility Association (founded 1918)

Lithuania

Lithuanian Nobility Association

Russia

Russian College of Heraldry (re-established in April 1991)

Heraldry top

Irish Heraldry

The best ever (in my opinion) article on Heraldry in Ireland, by Pat Brennan.

Heraldica

Francois Velde's Heraldry Site.

World Civic Arms

Large site with coats of arms of countries, regions and cities

Heraldic Bookplates

Cyber Journal of Heraldic Bookplates

Heraldry Links

Links to heraldry related sites

Heraldry Links

Heraldry Links from the Heraldry Society of Canada

Heraldry on the Net

Links to heraldry related sites

Heraldry FAQ

Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask

Heraldic Archive

Information relating to British heraldry

Hardin's Heraldry

Heraldry in Sweden

U.S. Military Arms

Heraldry of the Armed Forces of the U.S.A.

Flags of the World

A site devoted to vexillology which is quite similar to heraldry

Clans top

Clans of Ireland

The official body with which to register Irish Clan Societies

Irish Clans

The Tara Hall of Irish Clans

Surname Specific Links top

Adair

 

 

Bellew

Bryson

Brady

(Mac)Brennan of Connacht

Butler - Irish Family History

 

Ely O'Carroll

O'Carroll 

Casey 

Cassidy

Coyne

Connolly

Clan Cumming Society Canada

Curtin 

 

O'Dea

McDermot

Dempsey

O'Dochartaigh (Doherty) Clann
If you are named, related or interested in the O'Dochartaigh (Doherty) Clann, this is your connection to a thousand years of family history and to other clannfolk on the Web. Over 140 names are derived from O'Dochartaigh (with or without the 'O') Darity, Daugherty, Docherty, Dogherty, Doherty, Dority, Dougherty, etc.

Dillon

O'Donoghue

Duignan / Dignan

O'Donovan

 

 

 

 

Fogarty

Farrell

Flynn

Furlong

Flannery

Fox

Fitzgerald

Fitzpatrick

Flannery Family Genealogy

Gallagher

Gallagher

Garvey

(Mac)Geoghegan

(Mac)Guire

Gillen

Grogan

Geraghty

Geraghty

(Mac)Gillycuddy

(Mac)Guinness

Gavigan Family

Heffernan

Higgins

Hynes / Hines

Harrington

Hammill

Lennan (and variants)

McSherry Legends

 MacLochlainn / McLaughlin

 

Maguire

Mullally / Lally

McManus

Murnanes of Tipperary, Cork and Limerick

 

 

Sinclair Clan

 

 

Shinnick / Fox

Stillman / Styleman

 

O'Toole

Tiernan

 

Vesey

Vessel

Vogler

Family Name History top

Uasal

Irish Nobility and Genealogy (some great history, lots of links)

Irish First Names

Web site which lists hundreds of Irish first names (nice)

Genealogy top

Galway GenWeb

Galway section of GenWeb

Westmeath GenWeb

Westmeath section of GenWeb

Irish Genealogy

Go Ireland - Genealogy Section

Genealogy Research

The Irish Ancestral Research Association (TIARA)

Cyndi's List

If genealogy is your area of interest, this is a good place to start

Ireland top

Irish Railwayana

Irish railway memorabilia

Townlands

Sean Ruadh's Irish Towlands database

www.litriocht.com

The largest Irish language bookshop on the Web

Culture Ireland

Web site devoted to Irish Culture

Doras Directory

The definitive directory of Irish web sites

Bit O Blarney

A Bit O' Blarney Irish Website - Irish goods for sale

Irish Music International

World wide online service for Irish music.

Swift Guide

The Swift Guide to Ireland

irlguide.com

Definitive website guide to Ireland

Cheap Hotel & Apartments in Dublin

A directory of hotels and apartments in Dublin city centre.

Swift Guide

The Swift Guide to Ireland

Visitor Links
Coats of Arms
Coat of arms of Bulgaria Graphics of Bulgarian Coat of Arms
A Davis Coat of Arms Graphic of a Davis coat of arms
Family History
Murtaugh Family, Pittsburgh, PA Family dedicated web site. The Descendants of Harry Murtaugh, Co. Mayo. Family Heraldry, History, Tartan, Geneology.
Lusk Family Tree Website devoted to the Lusk family.
Healy Family Network HEALY FAMILY NETWORK - Genealogy - Family Roots - Celtic & Irish Links to Ireland by EEHealy.
O'Dochartaigh (Doherty) Clann If you are named, related or interested in the O'Dochartaigh (Doherty) Clann, this is your connection to a thousand years of family history and to other clannfolk on the Web. Over 140 names are derived from O'Dochartaigh (with or without the 'O') Darity, Daugherty, Docherty, Dogherty, Doherty, Dority, Dougherty, etc...
MacLochlainn / McLaughlin History and genealogy of the MacLochlainn / McLaughlin families of the Inishowen peninsula, Donegal, Ireland
Garland-Gernon Genealogy A site having historical information on the Garland and Gernon Familes of Ireland, with a lot of records from various sources.
Navin , Nevin, McNevin Irish Family Clan History of the Navin , Nevin, McNevin Irish Family also belonging to Clan Cian
The Butler Society
Genealogy
Moore Family of Wiregrass Georgia Family history beginning with JOHN O'MORE, I, born 1588 Glasgow, Scotland (but of Irish descent) and Mary FENWICK. Our particular families ended up mostly in present day "Wiregrass" America (southeastern GA, AL and northeastern FL).
teapot genies A free internet television site with a program on Family Tree which has a series on Ireland.
Genealogia da Familia Rondina Rondina's Family
The Curtin Clan Genealogical and Family Centre This is site is dedicated as a genealogical resource to all those named or interested in the surname Curtin, which includes variations such as Curtain, Curtan, McCuraane, Curtayne, Curteis, Curten, McCurten, Curteois,Curties, Curtin, MacCurtin, Kyerty, and Courtayne.
My Family Web Site Some Surnames include: Chambers,Schoonover,Sullivan.Campbell, Gordon,Smith,Baggett,Gaston,Thomas, McIntosh,Ganfield,Hucker,and many more
Keeney.com has ''key-knee'' bbs and chatrooms 'keyknee' bbs and chatrooms for keyknees ... as a Kinne or Keene or Kinney or Keeney or Keeny or another favorite spelling, we claim the same ancestry. by d@k of cowcreekgeek ~;-)
ULSTER ANCESTRY A RESEARCH SERVICE BASED IN N. IRELAND OFFERING FAMILY RESEARCH IN THE NINE COUNTIES OF ULSTER
Dorough/Dorrough Genealogical Web Site The descendants of Abner B Dorough who was born in Dublin in 1680
Anna's Homepage My website is a compilation of all of the information I have been able to dig up on my ancestors over the past 2 years. It includes pictures, obituaries and search links. Surnames include: VILLARREAL KEHO LAUT RICE LEDDY DALEY EMMONS GARBIS BELTON MEAD McBREARTY
Conway, Meagher, Maher, Dwyer, Mackey, Donovan, O'Sullivan
Jenkinson; Munsey; Reed/Read; Dayhuff Family Lines
WILLOWS TREE
Phillips, Goonan, Lonergan, Fahy and Hayes
Keltie-Kelty Genealogy Page
Abraham, O'Rourke
Heraldry
Coats of arms from Ireland - this site
Ireland
Cheap Hotel & Apartments in Dublin A directory of hotels and apartments in Dublin city centre.
irlguide.com - definitive website guide to Ireland Check it out !
Cesh Corran B & B Irish approved Town House, overlooking historic Boyle Abbey. A convenient and elegant retreat to relax and enjoy the West and North West. Rooms en-suite, Central heating, private car parking, TV, Hairdryer and tea-making in rooms, cot & high chair All diets catered for. Packed lunches. Barbecue, freezer facilities, tack and drying room. Fishing guide on request. Bait fridge for guest use. Bed breakfast, fishing, gun sports, walking, cycling, golf, archaeology, historic sites, scenic drives, lakes, river, festivals, traditional music, coeliac, vegetarian, cholesterol diets.
Irish Ancestral Pages
Butler's Castle (Kilkenny 1391-1935)
Kilkenny BUTLER RALLY 2003
Offaly History & Archaeology The Offaly Historical and Archaeological Society
Miscellaneous
Irish Baby Names The site has interesting information on 200 Irish boy and girl names and make sure your speakers are turned up as Frank McCourt, Pulitzer prize-winning author of "Angela's Ashes," helps with the pronunciation of each one and gives the meaning and an associated tale.
Clan Cian Thuaidh Lartharach Clan Cian Thuaidh Lartharach is a regional website of Clan Cian. Cianachta or Clan Cian, is one of the ancient to modern, recognized Clans in Ireland. Dating from the 200's A.D. It is dedicated to the preservation of the Eile O'Carroll Territory or Carroll Kingdom of Eile O'Carroll's History. Representing Carroll~O'Carrolls, inclusive of all the related, Family Septs, Dependent Family Septs of Eile O'Carroll and other Parts of Ireland, and Worldwide.
Magilligan G.A.C a web site base on the history of the magilligan Gaelic team and the history of the magilligan area
Conway, place of settlement in Quebec

 

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