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the parish of Lusmagh, on the Leinster side of the river Shannon, in the King's County.
The O'Maddens are a branch of the Clan Colla, and of the same descent as the O'Kellys,
princes of Hy-Maine ; and took their name from Madudan Mor, one of their ancient
chiefs. 29. OHuUachain or O'Hoolaghan, sometimes anglicised " O'Coolaghan" and
MacCoolaghan, chiefs of Siol Anmchadha. 30. O'Maolalaldli orO'Mullally, anglicised
"Lally." 31. O'Neachtain or O'Naghten, anglicised "Norton." The O'Naghtens and
•O'Mullallys are given by O'Dugan as the two chiefs of Maonmuighe or Maenmoy : an
extensive plain comprising a great part of the present baronies of Loughrea and
Leitrim in the county Galway. The O'Naughtens and O'Mullallys are branches of tlie
Clan Colla. When dispossessed of their territories, the O'Mullallys settled at TuUach-
na-Dala near Tuam, where they had a castle : and the head of the family having after-
wards removed to France, a descendant of his became celebrated as an orator and a
statesman, at the time of the French Revolution, and was known as ''Count Lally Tol-
lendal :" taking his title from the ancient territory in Ireland, Tallach-na-I)ala, above
mentioned. Several of the O'Lallys were celebrated commanders in the Irish Brigade
in France ; and one of them was created " Marquis de Lally ToUendal," and a peer of
France, by Napoleon the First. 32. O'Connaill or O'Connell, chiefs of the territory
from the river Grian, on the borders of Clare, to the plain of Maenmoy: comprising
parts of the barony of Leitrim in Galway, and of TuUaorh in Clare. These O'Connella
and the MacEgans were marshals of the forces to the O'Kellys, princes of Hy-Maine ;
and of the same descent as the O'Kellys, namely that of the Clan Colla. 33. Mac-
Bldeadhain or MacA.odliagain (anglicised " MacEgan") were chiefs of Clan Diartnada,
a district in the barony of Leitrim, county Galway ; and had a castle at Dun Doighre,
iiow " Dimiry." The MacEgans were Brehons in Connaught, and also in Ormond ;
and many of them eminent literary men. 34. MacGlolla Fionnagain or O'Finnegan,
sometimes rendered *'Finucaae;" and O'Cionaoith or O'Kenny, chiefs of Clan



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laitbeamhaim or Flaitheamhain [or Fleniing], called also Muintir Cionaith, a district
in the barony of Moycarnon, county Roscommon. Of the O'Finnegan family was
Mathias Finucane, one of the Judges of the Common Pleas in Ireland, who died A.D.,
1814. 35, O'DomlinaUain or O'Donnelan, chiefs of Clan Breasail, a district in the
barony of Leitrim, and county Galway. 36. O'Donchadlia or O'Donoglice, chiefs of
Clan Cormaic, a district in Maenmoy in Galway, already defined. 37. O'Duibligliiiid,
chiefs of the Twelve Ballys or Townlands of Duibbghind, a district near Loughrea, in
the county Galway. 38. O'Doccmlain, chiefs of Eidhnigh ; and O'Gabhrain or O'Gauran,
chiefs of Dal Druithne, districts about Loughrea. 39. O'Maolbrighde or O'Mul-
bride, chiefs of Magh Finn and of Bredagh, a district in the barony of Athlone, county
Roscommon, east ot the river Suck. 40. O'Mainnin, O'Mannin, O'Mannion, or OMan-
niug, chiefs of Sodban : a large territory in the barony of Tiaquin, made into six
divisions, called "The Six Sodbans." The O'Macnins or O'ilannings had their
chief residence at the castle of Clogher, barony of Tiaqirin, county Galway, and after-
wards, at Menlough, in the parish of Killascobe in the same barony. The other chiefs
given by O'Dugan on the "Six Sodbans" were Mac-an-Bbaird, MacWard or Ward ;
O'Sguira or Scuny ; O'Lennain or Ltnnon ; O'Casain or Cashin ; O'Gialla or O'Gial-
lain, rendered Giliy, and Geallan ; and O'Maigin or Magin. 41. O'CathaU, or Cahill,
O'Mughroin or Moran, OMaolruanaidh, Mulrooney, or Rooney, the three chiefs of
Crumthau or Ciuflfan, a district comprising the barony of Killian, and part of Ballymoe
in the county Galway. 42. O'Laodog or O'Lacdhaigh, anglicised " Leahy," chiefs of
Caladh, a district in the barony of Kilconnell, county Galway.

Tbe following chiefs and clans not given by O'Dugan are collected from other
sources :— 43. O'Daly (who were a branch of the O'Donnells, princes of Tirconnell) had
large possessions in tbe counties of Galway and Roscommon. The O'Daly s, it appears,
settled in Connaught as early as the twelfth centuiy. 44. O'Coindealbliain, O'Con-
gMollain, O'ConniaLlain, O'Ccnnollain, O'Connellan, princes of Hy-Leary in the tenth
and eleventh centuries ; but brancbes of this family in the twelfth and thirteenth
centuries, settled in tbe counties of Roscommon, Galway, and Mayo. Pedigi'ees
this ancient clan are given in the "Ecoks" of Leacan and Ballymote ; and also in tl
"Genealogical Book" of tbe O'Clerys. 45. O'Halloran, chiefs of Clan Fargal, a lar|
distiict on the east side of tbe river of Galway, near Lough Corrib. 46. 6'Callana
and O'Canavan, whom O'Dugan mentions as hereditary pbyticians in Galway. 4'
O'Duththaigli or O'Duffy, families of note in Galway and Roscommon. 48. O'Brien,
branch of the O'Briens of Thomond in tbe county Clare, and lords of the Isles of Arran, ol
the coast of Galway. 49. MacCnaimhin or MacNevin, according to the "Book of Leacan,"
chiefs of a district called Crannog MacCnaimhin or Crannagh MacKevin, in the paris
of Tynagh, barony of Leitrim, and county of Galway. This name "MacCnaimhin'
{cnaimh : Irish, a lone), has been anglicised *' Bone" and " Bonas." 50. MacEocliaidli,
MacKeogh, or Keogh (a bracch of the O'Kellys, princes of Hy-Maine), chiefs (
Omhanach, now "Onagh," in the parish of Tagbmaconnell, in tbe barony of Athlon(
county Roscommon. 51. MacGiolladuilDli or MacGillduff, anglicised "Kilduff," chiei
of Caladh, along with the O'Leabys, in tbe barony of Kilconnell, county Galwa;
52. O'Lorcan or O'Larkin ; O'Gebenaigh or Gevenny, Gebney, and Gibney ; O'AireacJ
tain, anghcised " Harrington ;" O'Fahy, O'Fay or O'Foy ; O'Laidins or Laydon, am
O'Horan or Horan, all clans in Hy-Maine, in the county Galway. 53. O'Cobthaigh (
O'Coffey, a branch of the Olvellys, princes of Hy-Maine ; and chiefs of a large distri(
in the barony of Clonmacnoon, couoty Galway. 54. MacManus ; Keou, MacKeon, c.
MacEwen ; O'Common or Cummins, and O'Ronan or Ronayne, clans in the count;
Hoscommon.



(6) The Xew Settlers in Galway.

In the twelfth and thirteenth centuries several new families settled in the town of
Galway, and other parts of that county ; the principal of whom were Athy, Ber-
mingham, Blake, Bodkin, Browne, Bluudel, Deane, Dillon, Darcy, French, De Jorse,
Kirwan, Lynch, Lawless, Morris, Martin, White, etc. The De Jorses came from
Wales to Galway in the reign of Edward tbe First, and having formed an alliance with
the O'Flabertys, chiefs of W est Connaught, got large possessions in Connemara in the



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barony of Eoss ; and towards the borders of Mayo a territory whicli is called " Joyces'
Country." These De Jorses changed their name to " Joyce."



(c) The Modern Nobility in Galway and PiOSCOmmon.

The following have been the noble families in Galway and Roscommon since the
reign of King James the First : —

In Galivay : De Burg or Burke, earls and marquises of Clanrickard ; Bourke,
viscounts of Galway, and barons of Brittas ; Bermingham, barons of Athenry : Butler
and Gore, earls of Arran ; De Massue and Monctou, viscounts of Galway ; Le Poer
Trench, earis of Clancarty, viscounts Dunloe, and barons of Kilconnell ; Vereker,
viscounts of Gort ; Dillon, barons of Clonbrock ; French, barons French ; Browne,
barons of Oranmore ; Blake, barons of Wallscourt ; Trench, barons of Ashtown.

In Roscommon : Dillon, earls of Roscommon ; Wilmot and De Ginkle, earls of
Athlone ; King, viscounts Lorton ; Coote, barons of Castlecoote ; Crofton, barons
Croftou ; Mahon, barons Hartland ; and Sandford, barons of Mountsandford.

In the reign of Elizabeth, the Lord Deputy Sir Henry Sydney, a.d. 1565, formed
Galway into a county ; which took its name from the chief town, called in Irish
Gaillimh [Galliv], anglicised " Galway," And in the same reign the same Lord Deputy
formed Roscommon into a county, which took its name from the town of Roscommon,
which in Irish is Ros-Comain (signifying the Wood of Coman), and was so called from
St. Coman, who founded an abbey there in the sixth ceniury.



5.— ANCIENT IRISH SIRNAMES.

As many of the ancient Irish sirnames are not recorded in O'Clery's, or in Mac-
Firbis's Genealogies, or in the Linea Ajitiqua, or in the Betham Genealogical Col-
lections, we have collected from "The Topographical Poems of O'Dugan and
O'Heerin," "The Tribes and Customs of Hy-Fiachra," and other works published by
the Celtic and Archaeological Societies in Ireland,' the following Irish family names,
and the modern anglicised forms which they assumed :

The Name Has been modernized.

Clan Shane (a Sept of

the O'Farrells) ... Shaen.

MacAindris Andrews, Mac Andrew, Anderson.

MacBlosky MacClosky, Closky.

MacBrehon ... ... Judge.

MacCarrghauma . . . Carron, MacCarron, MacCarroon, MacCarhon, and Carson.

MacCionnaith ... MacKenna (of the Meath Hy-Niallj.

MacConboirne . . . Bourns.

MacConin ... ... Kennyon, Canning.

MacCoshy ... ... Foote (*' cos :" Irish, <Ae/oo^).

MacCrossan ... ... Crosby, Crosbie.

MacFinnbhair ... Maginver, Gay nor.

MacGallogly ... ... Ingoldsby.

MacGilla Sinin ... Synan.

MacGillicuskly ... Cuskley.

MacGilla Kenny . . . Kilkenny.

MacGilla tSamhais ... Maclltavish, MacTavish.

MacGillimore ... Merryman.

MacGiolla Phoil ... MacGilfoyle, Gilfoyle, Paul.

MacGuiggan ... ... Maguiggan, Goodwin, Godwin.

MacGunshenan ... Magunahinan, Nugent, Leonard.



856



IRISH PEDIGREES.



The Name
Maclnogly

MacLaighid

MacLave

MacMahon

M a c M u r c h a d a (of

Ulster)

MacNamee
MacNebo
MacOscar
MacParthoIain
MacR eachtagain
MacSimoia
MacSpallane ...
Mac Speallain

MacTaidhg

MacTyre

MacUaithnin ...

MacUalhairg

Mag Aedha

]SJ agilsinan
Muintir Ceallaigh
Muintir Lideadha

JMurtagh

O'h-Aichir
O'Aimirgin
O'Banaiu

O'Barraiu

O'Beirne
O'Brachain

O'Breadhdha

O'Breen

O'Brien

O'Breithe

O'Bruadair

O'Byrne

O'Cain* [O'Koin] ...

O'Caolloaidhe

O'Ceadfhada

O'Cearnachain

O'Ceathaigh

O'Ceiria

O'Ciardha

O'Ciarmhaic ...
O'Cindellain ...
O'Cinnfhaelaidh

O'Clumain

O'Coilen

O'Coillighf

O'Conagan

O'ConaingJ

O'Conaill

O'Conaighain ...

O'Counowe

O'Conor

O'Cornain

O'Cribbain



Has heen Modernized.
Ingoldsby {See *' MacGrallogly.")
Lye, Leigh.

Hand (" lamh :" Irish, a hand).
Mathews, Fitzursula.

MacMorrow, MacMurray, Morell.

Meath, Mee.

Victory, Victoria.

Cosgrave, Costello.

Bat, Bats, Batson, Bateson.

Rafter.

Sims, Simmes, Simpson, Simkins, Simcocks, Simon.

Spenser.

Spenser.

MacTagiie, MacTeig, Montague, Montagu.

Wolf, Wolfe.

MacHoneen, Green, Greene, Tonyson, Tennyson.

MacGolderick, Goderich, Golding, Goulding, Waller.

Magee.

Magilsitnan.

O'Kelly and Kelly, in Londonderry.

O'Liddy and Liddy.

Mortimer,

O'Hehir, Hehir.

Mergin, Bergin.

Banan.

Barrington.

Briun.

Brahan.

Bray, (of Imokilly, co. Cork.)

O'Brien.

Brine.

Broghie, Brophy.

Broder, Broderick, Bradner, Brothers.

Leycester, Lester, Lyster, Warren.

Coj^ne, Koiu, Kain, Kean, Keane.

Cayley, Kaelj^ Keely.

Keating, Keatinge.

Kernaghan.

Keaty, Keating.

Kerrin.

Carey, Keary.

Kirby, Berwick.

Cunningham.

Kinealy.

Coalman.

Collins, CoUings.

Wood, Woods.

Conyngham.

Gunning.

Connell, O'Connell.

Conway.

Conway.

Conyers.

Corbett.

Corbett, Cribban.



* O'Cain : Quite distinct from " O'Cahan."

t O'Coilligh: See also No. 103 on the «' O'Mealla" pedigree, p. 689, ante.

• X,- * O'Conaing : The chief of this family was seated at Caislean Ui Chonainj, now
in the county Limerick.



'■ Castle Connelll



ANCIENT IKISH SIRNAMES.



857



Thi Name
O'Dowling
O'Drum
O'Duibhdiorma
O'Duibhraic ...
O'Duineadhaigh
O'Echtighearn
O'Faelchoin
O'Fearceallaigh
O'Feehily
O'Finntighearn
O'Flaithri
O'Fodhladha
O'Fraechain
O'Gaoithin
OGathlaoich
O'Gormog
O'Gowan
O'Griobhtha
O'h-Aghmaill
O'h-Aidith
O'h-Ailche
O'Haughey
O'Hay ...
O'Hease
O'h-Eitegein
O'h-Eochagaia
O'h-Eoghain ,
O'h-Heraghty
O'Hooneen
O'h-Iomhairt
O'h-Irt
O'Hurley
O'Labbradha
O'Labiif
O'Lairgnen
O'Laodhog
O'Laoghain
O'Lochain
O'Lorcain
O'Luain
O'Luane
O'Kelaghan
O'Maoilbloghain
O'Maoilcallain
O'Maoileoin
O'Maoilgaoithe
O'Marcachain
O'Mearadhaigh
O'Mellain
O'Mordha
O'Mughroin
O'Mulclohy
O'Mulfaver



Has been Modernized.
Du Laing, Laing.
Drum, Drummond.
Diarmid, MacDermott.
Durack.
Doney, Denny.
Ahern.

Wolfe. (See also " MacOVre.")
Farrelly.
Pickley, O'Feely.
Finueran.
Flattery.

Foley (of Waterford.)
French, Ffrench, Frenshe.*
Gehan, Gibson, Gettins.
Gately, Keightley, Catley.
Gorman.
Smith.

GriflFy, Griffin.
Hamill.
Hatty, Hetty.
Halley, Ally.

Haugh, Hoy, Hoey, Hawe, Howe.
Hay, Hughes.
Hussey, Oswell.
Magettigan.
Haughion.
O'Howen, Owens.
MacGeraghty, Harrington.
Greene. (See " MacUaithnin.")
Howard, Ivers.

O'Hir, O'Hayer, O'Hare, Hare.
Harley.
Lavery.
Guthrie.

Largan, Lorigan, Legge.
Lee.
Lane.

Loughan, Duck.
Larkin, Larcom.
Loane, Lamb.
Lamb.
Callaghan.

Mullowne, Mullowney, Malony.
Mulhollan, Mulholland.
Malone.

Mulgeehy, Wynn, and Wynne.
;Markam, Horseman, Ryder, Ryding.
O'Meara, O'Alara.
Mellan, Millan, Mellon.
O'More.
Moran.

Stone, Stoney.
Palmer.



*Frens7ie: A friend informs me that he has met this sirname variously written, as follows :—
Freynsce, Freynsh, Freynsshe, Frainche, Freinche, Freusche, Frenshe, Frensch, Frense, flfrench, and
French.

+ Oh-Tomhair: Among the peasantry in Ireland this sirname is anglicised Howard ; but, among:
the gentry, Ivers.

i Oh-Ir : This sirname is derived from Slior/ht Ir, a branch of the " Reynolds" Family. (See
). 118, p. 345, ante.)



858



The Name
O'Mulfover
O'MuUaville ..
O'Mulrian
O'Mulrony
'Mulligan
O'Muineog
O'Murgally . .
O'Murphy
O'Neill
O'Pvourke
O'Seagha
O'Sedua
O'Seisnain
O'Sewell*
O'Shaughnessy
O'SuUivan
O'Sumaghain ..
O'Tackney
O'Taicbligh ..
O'Tiompain ,.
O'Trehyt
O'Tuathlain ..
O'Turraiu
O'h-Uisgin
O'h-Uallacliain



IKISH PEDIGREES.



Has been Modernked.
Milford.
Lavelle.

Murrian, Eyan,
Moroni (of the county Clare.)
Baldwin.
Monagban.
Mori 63%
Morphie.
Neele, Xeely.
xvooke.
O'Shea.
Shade.
Sexton.

Walker, SeweU.
Sandys.
Silvan, Silvers.
Somers.
Tackit.
Tully, Tilly.
Tenpenny.

Eoote. (See " MacCoshy.")
Tolan, Toland, Thulis.
Troy.

O'Hiskeen, O'Histeen, Hastings.
MacUallachain, MacCuolahan, Cuolahan, Nolan.J



6.— CELTIC FAMILIES.



I



In page 412| of MacFirbis's " Irish Genealogies" the following Celtic names are-
designated Maghaidh Saxonta ("magadh:" Irish, mocking, jeering)) meaning that it
was only in jest these names were said to be of Saxon origin :



1. Auchiniek

2. Barclay

3. Barde

4. Biset

5. Blaire

6. Boyd

7. Cambell

8. Cleland

9. Crawfurd

10. Currie

11. Dasse

12. Dowglas

13. Dun

14. Foorde



15. Gordon

16. Grakane

17. Gray

18. Guthrie

19. Haliday

20. Hay

21. Ireland

22. Jardan

23. Johnston

24. Kar

25. Keith

26. KiUpatrick

27. Lawder

28. Lennox



29. Lindesay

30. Little

31. Lundie

32. Murray

33. Newbigging

34. Oliphant

35. Ramsay

36. Ruther

37. Ruthven

38. Scot

39. Scrimager

40. Sebon

41. Tints

42. Wallace.



t
\



■'O'Seu'ell: This simame in Irish is 0' Siubhail [Siuhhol :" Irish, walking ; Heb., "shubh,"ft^
walk; "shebhila," a^ja^A).

■tO'Trehy: In Irish this simame would be O'TreatJiain (" treathan :" Irish, another word for
foot).

t Nolan : This is not the Nolan or Nowlan family, which, at the time of the Cromwellian Settl»'
ment of Ireland, was transplanted from the count}- Waterford to the covmty Galway.



GREEN WERE THE FIELDS. 859



7.— GEEEN WERE THE FIELDS.

This poem was first published under the title of " Catholic Lamentation.^* It is one of
George Nugent Reynolds's Poems, and was composed, a.d. 1792. It was meant to
describe the afifliction of a poor Irish peasant — one of the old race — who was turned out
of his small farm, for sectarian reasons. Others of the Poems by George Nugent
Reynolds, bearing on the poor *' Irish Exile," are given in Volume II. of this Edition.

I.

Green were the fields where my forefathers dwelt, O ;

Erin Mavourneen, sldn leat gb hragh 1
The' our farm was small yet comforts we felt, O ;

Brin Mavourneen, sldn leat gb hragh I
At length came the day when our lease did expire.
And fain would I live where before lived my sire,
But ah ! well-a-day, I was forced to retire ;

Erin Mavourneen, sldn leat gb hragh !



Though the laws I obeyed, no protection I found, O ;

Erin Mavourneen, sldn leat gb hragh !
With what grief I beheld my cot burned to the ground, ;

Erin Mavourneen, sldn leat gb hragh !
Forced from my home — yea from where I was born^
To range the wide world — poor, helpless, forlorn ;
I look back with regret, and my heart-strings are torn ;

Erin Mavourneen, sldn leat gb hragh I



"With principles pure, patriotic, and firm,

Erin Mavourneen, sldn leat gb hragh I

To my country attached and a friend to reform,
Erin Mavourneen, sldn leat gb hragh I

I supported old Ireland, — was ready to die for it ;

If her foes e'er prevailed, I was well known to sigh for it ;

But my Faith I preserved, and am now forced to fly for it ;
Erin Mavourneen, sldn leat gb hragh I



But hark ! I hear sounds, and my heart is strong beating,
Erin Mavourneen, sldn leat gb hragh!

Loud cries for redress, and avaunt on retreating ;
Erin Mavom-neen, sldn leat gb hragh !

We have numbers, — and numbers do constitute power.

Let us will to be free, and we're free from that hour ;

Of Hibemia's brave sons, oh, we feel we're the flower,
Buadh leat Mavourneen, Erin gb Bragh !



EREATUM.



O'EOUEKE. (No. 3.)

Of Innismagrathy County Leitrim,

The Owen O'Rourke, to whom Hardiman refers in his Memoir of Carolan^ i
Vol. I., pp. liii. and Ixii., was not Owen (No. 128), son of Tiernan Ban, as \i
some readers might suppose .from reading pp. 752-753, supra ; but his ! ■
younger son Owen, brother of Hugh, who is No. 129 on that pedigree.
The said younger son Owen, who "lived on the banks of Lough Allen,"
is the man whose name appears on the souvenir referred to in Note,
p. 752; his father Owen (No. 128) lived in the parish of Drumlease.



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INDEX OF SIRNAMES.











PAGE








PAGE


Abernethy 288


Aylmer .... 806, 834, 836


Acheson ,






. 817


Aylward


,


.


. 815


Acline .






. 395










Acosta .






. 77


Baber






. 579


Adams .






. 76, 545


Bacon






. 609


Adwick .






. 818


Bagg






. 815


Agar






. 836


Baggy






. 534


Agnew






. 360, 669, 823


Bagnal






. 577, 725, 818, 8:^9


Agnue






. 360


Bagot






. 132, 844


Ahearne .






. 156, 813


Bailey






. . . . 761


Ahern






. 148, 813, 857


Bailie






. 761, 862


Aherne ,






. 706


Baily






. 761


Alcock .






. 815


Baird






. 349


Alder






. 398


Baker






. 132, 362, 453


Aldridge .






. 433


Baldwin






. 115, 858


Alexander






. 217, 669, 824


Bale






. 608


AUan






. 361, 815


Balfe






. 607


Allen .


75,1


38,3


51, 617, 626, 677


Balffe






. 832


Allibone .






. 385


Balfour






. 770


Ally






. 86, 857


Balioll






. 773


Amory .






. 480


Ball




'. 2'


18, 286, 573, 816, 834


Anderson






. 622, 855


Banan






. 856


Andrews .






. 79, 473, 855


Banfield .






. 728


Angus .






. 311


Bannim .






. 440


AnketeU .






. 133, 147


Bannin






. 814


Annesley .


. S(


)4, 8(


)6, 820, 823, 839


Banning






. 561


Anthony ,






. 275, 815


Barber






. 657


Antisel .






. 141


Barclay




24


H, 660, 677, 779, 858


Antonie .






. 275


Barcroft .






. 78


Antony .






. 275


Bard






. 349


Archbold .






87, 615, 834


Barde






. 348, 858


Archdall .






. 661, 818


Barden






. 349


Archdeacon .






. . 141


Bardin






. 349


Archer .






. 641, 834


Barding .






. 349


Archibald






. . 642


Bardon .






. 349


Ai'lington






. 462


Barie






. 275^


Armstrong






533, 677, 845


Barker .






. 684,815


Arnald .






. 427


Barkley .






. 806


Arnold .








. 427


Barne






. 362,607


Artho








. 477


Barnes .






362, 607, 832, 849


Arthur








. 477, 748


Barnewall




362, 607, 759, 810


Ashe








. 251


Barnewell




. 74, 362, 607


Ashlin








. 789


Barnwall




. 831


Ask








. 462


Barr




. 346


Asken








. 326


Barre




.346


Astle








. 839


Barret .




. 834


Atby








. 854


Barrett . 122, 142, 336, 736, 802, 806,


Atkin








. 483


810, 850


Atkins








. 402


Barrie 275


Atkinson






251, 402, 818


Earrington . . ." , 425, 845


Auchinleck






. 858


Barron . . . ." . .815


Audley .






. 820


Barry 120, 122, 176, 187, 200, 258. 275,


Aungier .






. 657


276, 277, 278, 482, 659, 767, 803,


Austey


.






. 627








810, 811, 834



862



INDEX OF SIRNAMES.









PAGE


Bartlet . . . . . .76


Barton






. 251, 349


Basnett .






. 765


Bassett .






. 135


Bat






. 856


Bateson .






. 856


Bath






. 244, 249


Bathorn .






. 483


Bats






. 856


Batson .






. 856


Batten .






. 604


Battle .






. 363


Baxter .






. 250


Bayard .






. 77


Bayly . 3


95,4


57, 4e


)0, 628, 761, 822


Baynes .






. 266


Beacon .






. 810


Beamish .




12


n, 136, 137, 810


Beary






. . 90


Beaton .






. 293


Beattie .






. 363


Beatty .






295, 363, 832


Beaty .






. 363


Beaumont






. 606, 655


Beck






. 234


Becket .






. 792


Beddy .






. 189


Beds






. 214


Bedford .






. 832


Beecher .






. 200, 201, 810


Beechinor






. 706


Beeky






. 808


Beirne3 .






. 607


Belcher .






. 88


Beleasis .






. 618


Bell






77, 608, 615


Bellew .




6S


55, 816, 831, 834


Bellingham






. 295, 780


Bellini .






. . . 334


Bellsang .






. 115,727


Benezet .






. 561


Bennet






. 147, 834


Bennett .






. 225,449


Bennie






. 364


Benson






. 677,825


Bent






. . . 779


Benzey .






. 364


Beolan






. 365, 655


Berauger .






. 437


Berdan .






. 349


Berdon






. 349


Berens .






. 362


Beresford


2


53,3^


29, 629, 815, 834


Berford .






. . . 832


Bergin






. 333, 856


Berkeley .






. 457, 839


Berkley .






. . . 811


Bermingham




! 180, 435, 598, 834


Bernard .


! 1


21, 140, 154, 712, 811


Berrie




. 834


Berry






. 303, 678



Berwick

Betham

Bethune

Betts

Beul

Bewley

Beytagh

Bhaday

Billingsley

Bingham

BiQuey

Binnie

Birch

Bird

Biruey

Biset

Bishop

Bisset

Black

Blackney

Blackwood

Blain

Blair

Blaire

Blake

Blakiston

Blanchard

Blanchfield

Blane

Blaney

Blayney .

Blean

Blennerhasset

Blennerhassett

Bligh

Bliss

Blood

Bloomfield

Blosse

Blount

Blundel

Blundell

Blunt

Boal

Boat

Bodkin

Boggin

BoghiU

Boiseleau

Boland

Bole

Bolton

Bon an

Bonass

Bone

Boneville

Boon

Booth

Borlace

BaiT

Bouchier



255;



PAGK

270, 803, 856

644, 645
. 285
. 465
. 849
. 761
. 363
. 567
. 806
577, 752, 764, 850

364, 466
. 364
. 364

670, 815
. 303
. 858
. 206

529, 818
400, 526, 530, 677

618, 839

290, 821
. 587
. 155
. 856
286, 490, 788, 834, 850
. 626
. 153
79, 506
. 587
. 587
. 816
. 587

810, 818

147, 224

247, 832
. 90

155, 655

460, 623, 816

. 251

223, 823
. 854

266, 839
. 479
. 573
. 815

501, 538
. 678
. 365
. 226
156, 365, 655
. 573
. 815
. 604
. 179

179, 431

. 253

. 431

94, 526, 674

620, 653
. 483
. 806



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INDEX OF


SIENAMES.




863


PAGE




PAGE


Bourd 670


Brislane .


. 371


Bourk 142


Briun




. 856


Bourke 89, 181, 465, 513, 523, 534, 680,


Broad


,


. 671


687, 707, 806, 835, 848, 855


Broder


.


776,856


Bourns 372, 855


Broderick


. 595, 776, 811, 856


Bowen






. 179, 431, 845


Brodie




. 371


Bowes






. 478


Brody


, ,