2 edition of Grattan family links with Cavan found in the catalog.
Grattan family links with Cavan
T. S. Smyth
|Statement||by T.S. Smyth.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 90/05084 (C)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 376-398 ;|
|Number of Pages||398|
|LC Control Number||90888023|
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Poll Book for Cavan. A list of the freeholders who had two votes at a County Court held in Cavan to elect knights to represent the county at a parliament held in Dublin on 19 May X √ Religious Census. Instituted by the House of Lords, these returns were taken by the incumbent of each parish who listed the heads of.
Grattan, C. Hartley. The Three Jameses: A Family of Minds: Henry James Sr., William James, Henry James. Introduction by Oscar Gargill. New York University Press, Book II is devoted to Henry James Sr.
Habegger, Alfred. The Father: A Life of Henry James Sr. University of Massachusetts Press reprint ISBN X; Lewis, : June 3,Albany, New York, US. Some County Cavan links with Montreal – Philip O’Connell. The burning of Ballinagh May – Seamus Ó Loingsigh.
Drumlomman in – John P. Wilson. The Grattan family and County Cavan – T. Smith. Review of Supplement to Irish families – a guide – Rev. Charles J. Travers. Review of Dinnseanchas – Rev. Dan Gallogly.
The book from which the list of placenames was created was based on the townlands listed in the Irish census and a man who we all knew as John Broderick a.k.a. Sean Ruad (R.I.P.) was responsible for having the whole book typed up by helpful individuals over a number of years.
Exploring family origins in Enniscorthy: Longford Noel Farrell National Library of Ireland: W.H. Grattan Flood: History of the Diocese of Ferns: Waterford Downey National Library of Ireland Ir f 1: W.H.
Grattan Flood: History of Enniscorthy, County Wexford: Enniscorthy Flood National Library of Ireland Ir f 1. The caption says that they were Irish, and when the arrived in Canada, they spent "14 years in Cavan", then moved to Cartwright in Their 2 eldest children were born in Ireland. The Cavan this quote refers to would be Cavan township, Durham, Ontario.
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This post follows on from earlier posts I've done on the Grattan family of Kildare and Offaly, and their links to Hon. Henry Grattan. I've taken genealogical notes taken from, amongst others, The Peerage online website, and also from family notices posted in newspapers over the centuries, which help to clarify the various families and relationships.
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