2 edition of Genealogy of the Earls of Erne found in the catalog.
|Statement||[compiled by John Haughton Steele].|
|Contributions||Steele, John Haughton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||106|
* CREICHTON, CREICHTOUN, CRICHTON: Genealogy of the Earls of Erne Compiled by John Haughton Steele (Limited to 60 copies, Privately printed, Edinburgh, ) - OL * CROCKETT, De CROCKETAGNE: Genealogical Chart of the Crockett Family A Huguenot settled in Ireland; descendants changed name to Crockett; descendants in Ireland, AmericaAuthor: Peter J. Clarke. Fermanagh was a very attractive county dominated by Lough Erne, which had many noblemen's estates around it. It had a fairly large electorate - a poll book of lists 3, names - as there were a number of protestant settlements, both Anglican and Dissenter. At the beginning of the century the Corrys and the Irwins .
Fermanagh (Irish: Fir Manach) was a kingdom of Gaelic Ireland, associated geographically with present-day County Fermanagh. Fir Manach originally referred to a distinct kin group of alleged Laigin origins. The kingdom of Fermanagh was formed in the 10th century, out of the larger kingdom of Uí Chremthainn, which was part of the overkingdom of l: Enniskillen. George Earls was about and became a weaver and farmer in Carrickolagh, Slavin, parish of Inishmacsaint. DNA testing of George Earls' descendant Gordon Earls (see below) has shown that this family is connected to ours with an estimated common ancestor 18 generations before Gordon which would mean that common ancestor was born about in the mids.
Lough Erne is the perfect place for angling and watersports – waterskiing, rowing and wakeboarding are some of the most popular. The lake even hosts stages of the World Waterski Championships each year. Upper and Lower Lough Erne have more than a hundred islands dotted throughout their waters and the best way to see them is to set sail. Complete Milesian Genealogy of Meanmach, founder of Clan Mac Meanmain Legend has it that the most of the Irish are descendants of Milesius. After the arrival of the monasteries in Ireland, the monks attempted to record all of the pedigrees and legends that had previously been passed down by word of mouth.
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Genealogy of the earls of Erne; Description. Histories of Scottish families; Description: A selection of almost printed items relating to the history of Scottish families, mostly dating from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
The Genealogy of Descendants of John Clough of Salisbury, MA- Volume II. Generations with Addenda. Note: InThe John Clough Genealogical Society published a revised Genealogy which contained all of the information previously housed in Volumes 1 and 2 plus all known corrections and additions gathered since the ’s.
Hailed as a hidden gem above the shimmering waters of Lough Erne and surrounded by 2, acres of land managed by the National Trust, the present Crom Castle was built by John Crichton, 3rd Earl Erne, in the s and is still owned and occupied by the Crichton family. Florence Court House, another beautiful historical building connected with The Earls of Erne, is also on the agenda for a visit.
Other suggestions could be a trip to the famous Belleek Pottery factory or to play a few rounds of golf at the five-star Lough Erne Golf Resort. You may also wish to avail of the facilities at Colebrooke Spa. The only other thing of interest to note is of one line of Ulster Creightons that became noblemen and soldiers, and built the famous castle Crom at Newtown Butler, County Fermanaugh, home of the Earls of Erne.
Abraham Creighton, who was created Baron. Earl of Enniskillen is a title in the Peerage of was created in for William Cole, 1st Viscount Enniskillen. He had already been created Viscount Enniskillen in the Peerage of Ireland in and had inherited the title Baron Mount Florence, of Florence Court in the County of Fermanagh, which had been created in the Peerage of Ireland in for his father John First holder: William Cole, 1st Viscount Eniskillen.
The River Erne, from the Lower Lake to Belleek, a distance of three miles, has had it's bed deepened and all the fords taken away, so that steamers can run through to Belleek all the year round, summer as well as winter.
Direct water communication has thus. View book: Erne: Genealogy of the earls of Erne Compiled by John Haughton Steele. Steele, John Haughton, T. and A. Constable: View book: Erskine: Life of John Erskine, Baron of Dun Containing remarks upon the religious and political affairs of Scotland during the sixteenth century.
By James Bowick. Genealogy of the earls of Erne Compiled by John Haughton Steele. Steele, John Haughton, Annandale family book of the Johnstones, Earls and Marquises of Annandale Genealogy and Family History - A mix of. surnames on fermanagh gold The complete list of Surnames on the site starts below.
You should find this helpful especially if there are likely to be variations in name spellings. Earls of Erne, 1st edition Ireland Earls of Erne, 2nd edition Ireland Historical notices of Old Belfast and vicinity Ireland Trial Chart Higgins family of Broomhedge, Antrim, Ireland Ireland, Antrim Genealogical tables of the clan Mackenzie s: Findon Tables Scotland Royal Descents Scottish Records.
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(For that see 'The Book of Irish Families, great & small', the first book in the Irish Families series by O'Laughlin.). The Maguires of Fermanagh By John O'Donovan From Duffy's Hibernian Magazine, Volume 2, Num April, THE famous and truly Irish family of Maguire, the chiefs of Fermanagh since the yearderive their name and descent from Odhar, the eleventh in descent from Colla-da-chrich, great-grandson of Cormac Mac Art, monarch of Ireland about the middle of.
Contination of a list at the General Ireland Queries (Genconnect-Rootsweb) website of family histories available at the National Library of Ireland, some may also be found in large genealogy libraries elsewhere. The Earls of Erne: The Creighton or Crichton Family: The PRONI holds The Erne Papers (D/).
The Erne papers comprise c, documents and volumes,some of them relating to the family and personal affairs of the Creighton family of Crom Castle, Newtownbutler, Co. Fermanagh, Earls Erne, but most of them relating to the. The Earls of Erne have enjoyed Crom Castle for over years.
Now we can, too. The castle is an idyllic realm of rolling parklands and wooded islands set within the Upper Lough Erne. The West Wing of the castle has recently been opened to the public for week-long or long weekend visits, however.The estates then passed to the Townley family.
Later the castle was occupied by the Haires, eventually the castle was burned down in and Mrs. Haire was buried in the ruins. In the estates and the town passed to John, First Earl of Erne.
Under the direction of the Earls of Erne, Lisnaskea began to improve (FS p). Genealogy profile for Sir Thurstan de Crichton Genealogy for Thurstan de Crichton, Knight ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
home of the Earls of Erne. Abraham Creighton, who was created Baron Erne of Crom indied in InJohn Creighton, 3rd Earl of Erne.