Guide to the Collections of the Genealogical Office (Office of Arms), Dublin (as filmed by the AJCP)
National Library of Australia View Catalogue Record
- Genealogical Office (Office of Arms) of Ireland. Office of Ulster King of Arms
- Collections of the Genealogical Office (Office of Arms), Dublin (as filmed by the AJCP)
- Date Range
- 1854 - 1940
- Collection Number
- 20 items
- Language of Materials
- Australian Joint Copying Project
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Scope and Contents
Grants and confirmations of arms 1854-1940, with illustrations of coats of arms, to the following Australians and New Zealanders: Sylvester J. Browne, David H.R. Burtchael, James J. Casey, Austin F. Coghlan, Charles V. Creagh, Sylverius M. Crumpe, Norman L. D'Arcy, Rev. Harry Darling, Seymour G.P. Davies, Richard Day, Frederick J. Eyre, Frederick P.B. Fitzgerald, Lieut. Gen. John Fulton, Patrick J. Garvey, William P.C. Greene, John Winthrop Hackett, Hans Hamilton, Joshua A. Hargrave, George Higinbotham, Sir John Kirwan, Sir Linden M.S.K.L. Macassey, Sir John Madden, Arthur W.C. Martin, Joseph Meek, Charles Moore, Henry P. Moore, John F.L. Mullins, Osborne E. Norris, John B. Payne, Thomas L. Murray Prior, Frederic W.C. Roche, James S. Rowan, Lieut. Frederick P. Rowley, Ralph S. Smith, David Storey, Frederick P. Toler-Rowley, Robert A.B. Vance, William A.W. West.
Registered pedigrees compiled 1842-1955 for the following: Agnew (Tasmania); Bagot (Melbourne); Barnewell (Upper Thornton, Australia); Barton (Havelock, Victoria); Browne (New Zealand and Ballarat, Victoria); Carleton (New Zealand); Coghlan (Sydney); Davey (Rockingham, Queensland); Davies (Australia); Deacon (Australia); Denham (Gippsland, Victoria); Dillon (Townsville, Queensland); Dobbin (Sydney); Dowse (Australia); Exshaw (Australia); Eyre (North Adelaide); French (Victoria); Foster (Victoria); Garvey (Wellington and Sydney); Glascott (Richmond River, New South Wales); Goff (Renwicktown, New Zealand); Haly (Tuabinga, Queensland); Hamilton (Melbourne); Hutton (New Zealand); Macgillysacht (Sydney); Mecham (New South Wales); Minnitt (Van Diemen's Land); Molony (Australia); Mulligan (Australia); Newton (Auckland); Nicholson (New Zealand and Australia); Prior (Queensland); Rathborne (Ngeruawahia, New Zealand); Richardson, later Richardson Bunbury (Australia); Rooke (Sydney and Wellington); Sadlier (Tasmania); St George (Australia); Seaver (New South Wales); Twohig (Sydney); Vance (Balmerino, Victoria); Warburton (Palmerston North, New Zealand); Wentworth, (Sydney); Westropp (New Zealand).
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Example: M Series: Journal of Capt. James Cook, 18 February 1770, British Library Add. MS 27885 (AJCP ref: http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1234)
Filmed as part of the Australian Joint Copying Project, 1976 (AJCP Reel: M984). Original microfilm digitised as part of the NLA AJCP Online Delivery Project, 2017-2020.
Existence and Location of Originals
Genealogical Office (Office of Arms). Dublin Castle, Dublin, Ireland. For further information see Genealogical Office at Dublin Castle (http://www.nli.ie/en/heraldry-collections.aspx).
Existence and Location of Copies
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This finding aid is a revised online version of the original finding aid prepared by the Australian Joint Copying Project (AJCP), published by the National Library of Australia in 2018. The original AJCP finding aids were unpublished typescripts or photocopies available from libraries that held copies of the original microfilm.
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Adelaide, South Australia; Agnew Family; Arms, Grants of; Bagot Family; Ballarat, Victoria; Balmerino, Victoria; Barnewell Family; Barton Family (Havelock, Victoria); Browne Family; Browne, Sylvester J.; Burtchael, David H.R.; Carleton Family; Casey, James J.; Coats of arms; Coghlan Family; Coghlan, Austin F.; Creagh, Charles V.; Crumpe, Sylverius M.; D'Arcy, Norman L.; Darling, Harry, Rev.; Davey Family; Davies Family; Davies, Seymour G.P.; Day, Richard; Deacon Family; Denham Family; Dillon Family; Dobbin Family; Dowse Family; Exshaw Family; Eyre Family; Eyre, Frederick J.; Ffrench Family; Fitzgerald, Frederick P.B.; Foster Family (Victoria); Fulton, John, Lieut. Gen.; Garvey Family; Garvey, Patrick J.; Genealogy and genealogies; Gippsland, Victoria; Glascott Family; Goff Family; Greene, William P.C.; Hackett, Sir John W.; Haly Family; Hamilton Family (Melbourne); Hamilton, Hans; Hargrave, Joshua A.; Havelock, Victoria; Heraldry; Higinbotham, George; Hutton Family; Kirwan, Sir John; Macassey, Percy S.; Macassey, Sir Linden; Macgillysacht Family; Madden, Sir John; Martin, Arthur W.C.; Mecham Family; Meek, Joseph; Melbourne, Victoria; Minnitt Family; Molony Family; Moore, Charles; Moore, Henry P.; Mulligan Family; Mullins, John F.L.; New South Wales; New Zealand; Newton Family; Ngeruawahia, New Zealand; Nicholson Family; Norris, Osborne E.; Palmerston North, New Zealand; Payne, John B.; Prior Family; Prior, Thomas L.M.; Queensland; Rathborne Family; Renwicktown, New Zealand; Richardson Family; Roche, Frederic W.C.; Rockingham, Queensland; Rooke Family; Rowan, James S.; Sadlier Family; Seaver Family; Smith, Ralph S.; St George Family; Storey, David; Sydney, New South Wales ; Tasmania; Toler-Rowley, Frederick P., Lieut.; Townsville, Queensland; Tuabinga, Queensland; Twohig Family; Vance Family; Vance, Robert A.B.; Victoria; Warburton Family; Wellington, New Zealand; Wentworth Family; West, William A.W.; Westropp Family
Originally cited in Australian Joint Copying Project Handbook. Part 8: Miscellaneous (M) Series. Third Edition, published 1998. Entry 182, pp66-67.
Biographical / Historical
The office of Ulster King of Arms, the heraldic authority for the Kingdom of Ireland, was created in 1552. The holder of the office, which was not part of the College of Arms, was responsible for granting arms to individuals and corporate bodies who had substantial historical, cultural, educational, financial or ancestral connections with Ireland. As a result of the Irish diaspora, there was a long tradition of Irish individuals and families who were living abroad seeking grants of arms from Ireland. For many years, arms and attested pedigrees were necessary as proofs of gentility for anyone seeking commissions in European armies. Some sought new grants of arms, while others requested confirmation of the arms that had been used by their families in earlier times.
The Office of Arms, which was located in Dublin Castle, was not abolished when Ireland became a self-governing dominion in 1922. However, following the death of Sir Nevile Wilkinson in 1940, the position of Ulster King of Arms was left vacant. In 1943 the British and Irish governments agreed that the Office of Arms and its records should be retained in Ireland, while the post of Ulster King of Arms would be transferred to the College of Arms in London.
The name of the Office of Arms, which remained in Dublin Castle until 1987, was changed to the Genealogical Office in 1943. The title of the Genealogical Officer was changed to Chief Herald of Ireland in 1946. Like his predecessor, the Chief Herald authorises the granting of arms to Irish bodies and individuals, including the descendants of Irish emigrants. The office of the Chief Herald is now part of the Genealogy and Heraldry Division of the National Library of Ireland.
In 1943 title of the Ulster King of Arms was changed to the Norroy and Ulster King of Arms. The Norroy and Ulster King of Arms, who is responsible to the Earl Marshal, is the heraldic authority for Northern Ireland.
Ulster Kings of Arms, 1820-1940
1820-53 Sir William Betham
1853-92Sir Bernard Burke (editor of Burke's Peerage)
1893-1908 Sir Arthur Vicars
1908-40 Sir Neville Wilkinson
The volumes contain copies of grants of arms, with coloured illustrations of the coats of arms. They were copied at the time when the grants were made.
Grant of arms being Vance quartering Balbirnie to Robert Anstruther Balbirnie of Balmerino, Victoria, on his assuming under Royal Licence and as representative of his uncle, the late George Washington Vance of Coagh in Co. Tyrone, the name and arms of Balbirnie Vance.
Grant of arms to the descendants of James Moore of Ballymacarne in Co. Cavan, son of Charles Moore, and to his son, Charles Moore of Coogee in New South Wales, Mayor of Sydney 1867-69, with mention of the heraldic monument erected to John Moore who died 30 Aug. 1765 at Annagh in Co. Cavan.
Grant of arms to William Alexander Erskine West of Delgany in Co. Wicklow, and later of South Australia, eldest son of Rev. William James West, Rector of Delgany, by Elmena Erskine, co-heir of Alexander Erskine, on his assuming under Royal Licence the name and arms of West Erskine.
Confirmation of arms to the descendants of Thomas May of Youghal by Susanna Roviere and to their grandchildren, Richard Day of Auckland in New Zealand, Robert Day of Cork, and Rev. William Tottenham Day, Rector of Rathclarin, Diocese of Ross, the three sons of Richard Day by Mary Anne Collins.
Grant of arms to Sylverius Moriarty of Hobart in Tasmania, eldest son of the late Commander William Moriarty R.N. by Alphra Crumpe, sister of Dr Francis Crumpe of Tralee on his assuming under Royal Licence the name and arms of Crumpe.
Grant of arms to Thomas Lodge Murray Prior of Queensland, late Postmaster General, son of Col. Thomas Murray Prior and grandson of Thomas Murray Prior of Rathdowney in Queens Co.
Grant of arms to Sarah Beck of Cork, relict of Richard Edward Beck, being awarded the Hyde patent of arms via her mother Sarah Hyde and Grandfather John Hyde.
Confirmation of arms to the descendants of James Casey of Tromroe, Barony of Ibrickane in Co. Clare, and to his son James Joseph Casey of St Kilda and Port Phillip Bay in Victoria.
Confirmation of arms to the descendants of John Payne of Giltown Lodge in Co. Kildare, and to his son John Budds Payne of Maretimo, South Yarra in Victoria.
Grant of arms to Elizabeth Catherine Carroll of Kensington Gate, London, daughter and co-heir of Theophilus De La Cour Carroll of Mayo, and Catherine Irwin, his wife, daughter and co-heir of Arthur Irwin of Willowbrook, Sligo.
Confirmation of arms to Thomas MacMahon Cregan of Ardcregan in Co. Clare, and of Limerick, and his descendents.
Confirmation of arms to Lieut. Frederick Pelham Rowley of Adelaide and formerly of Carriganough in Co. Tipperary, son of Capt. Thomas Toler Rowley, son of Thomas Taylour Rowley of Maperath in Co. Meath, by Eliza, daughter of Daniel Toler of Beechwood in Co. Tipperary, and grandson of Harvey Rowley by Sarah, daughter of James Johnston of Cordoolough in Co. Monaghan.
Confirmation of arms to Frederick James Eyre of North Adelaide, South Australia, son of Thomas Eyre of St Helen's in Jersey, by his second wife, Elizabeth Mary Jarvis of St Helen's, which Thomas was the natural son of Thomas Eyre of Eyrecourt in Co. Galway, Brigadier General in the South American Patriot Forces.
Confirmation of arms to the descendants of Sylvester John Browne of Victoria, natural son of William O'Flaherty of the island of Garumna in Co. Galway, son of John O'Flaherty of Parke in Co. Galway.
Confirmation of arms to William Watson of Dublin, son of William Watson, of Dublin, son of William Watson, of Dublin, son of Thomas Watson, of Dublin.
Confirmation of arms to the descendants of John Fulton of Belsize, Derriaghy in Co. Antrim, and to his great-great grandson Lt. General John Fulton of Outram, Dunedin in New Zealand, son of Major Robert Bell Fulton, Bengal Artillery, son of James Fulton of Lisburn in Co. Antrim.
Confirmation of arms to Sir John Madden of St Kilda and Frankston in Victoria, Chief Justice of Victoria, son of John Madden of Melbourne, son of David Madden of Fountainville, Cohorduggan in Co. Cork.
Confirmation of arms to William Pomeroy Crawford Greene of Mount Oriel, Iandra, Greenethorpe in New South Wales, son of George Henry Greene, MLC of Mount Oriel, son of William Pomeroy Greene of Collon House in Co. Louth, and of Victoria.
Confirmation of arms to the descendants of George Higinbotham, Chief Justice of Victoria, youngest son of Henry Higinbotham of Tullymaglowny in Co. Cavan, who was great-grandson of Thomas Higinbotham of the same place and to the son of George Edward Higinbotham of Croydon, Surrey.
Confirmation of arms, later cancelled, to the descendants of Ralph Smith of Milford in Co. Tipperary, and Kilmore in Co. Dublin, descendant of Ralph Smith of Ballymacash in Co. Antrim, High Sheriff of Antrim 1679-80, and to the grandson of the first mentioned Ralph, being Ralph Sneyd Smith, son of William Sydney Smith, both of Milford, Christchurch in New Zealand.
Confirmation of arms to the Hon. John Winthrop Hackett of Western Australia, eldest son of Rev. John Winthrop Hackett, son of Capt. John Hackett with mention of descent from Edmund Hackett of Fethard.
Grant of arms to Frederick Pelham Rowley of Curriganough in Co. Tipperary, and of Adelaide, son of Capt. Toler Rowley of Maperath in Co. Meath, by Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of Daniel Toler of Beechwood in Co. Tipperary, on his assuming under Royal Licence the name and arms of Toler-Rowley.
Confirmation of arms being Mullins quartering Lane to the descendants of James Mullins of Sydney and Elizabeth, only daughter and heir of John Lane of Bandon, and to their eldest son John Francis Lane Mullins of Sydney.
Confirmation of arms to the descendants of Thomas Davies of Rossleven in Co. Clare, and Moate in Co. Galway, eldest son of Walter Davies of Lahinch in Co. Clare, and Moate, second son of Thomas Davies of Newcastle in Co. Galway, of the Davies family of Cloonshanvoyle in Co. Roscommon, and to the grandson of Thomas Davies of Rossleven being Seymour George Pilkington Davies of Victoria, second son of Thomas Pilkington Davies of Rossleven in Victoria.
Grant of arms to the Hon. David Storey of Randwick in New South Wales, only surviving son of Robert Storey, eldest son of Edward Storey, both of Aughagaw in Co. Monaghan.
Confirmation of arms to Frederic William Castle Roche of Cavan, Yass in New South Wales, eldest son of Frederic William Roche of Dalby in Queensland, youngest son of Stephen Benjamin Roche of Abbeyside, Dungarvon in Co. Waterford, son of James Roche of the City of Cork.
Grant of arms to Arthur William Cecil Martin of Whatcombe House in Dorset, only child of William Martin of Viewbrook, Malvern in Victoria, and of Knowhead in Co. Antrim, son of Arthur Martin of Ronghan in Co. Antrim.
Confirmation of arms to the descendants of Major James Creagh and to his grandson, Charles Vandeleur Creagh, CMG, late Governor and Commander in Chief of British North Borneo, son of Capt. James Creagh, RN, all of Caherbone in Co. Clare.
Grant of arms to Frederick Paget Butler of Garryhundon, Brookstead, Darling Downs in Queensland, on his assuming under Royal Licence and in compliance with the will of Frederick Louis Fitzgerald of the Manor of Graney in Co. Kildare, the name and arms of Butler Fitzgerald.
Confirmation of arms to the descendants of James Rowan of Ballymacreny in Co. Down, and to his grandson, James Stephen Rowan of Longreach in Queensland, son of Andrew Rowan, formerly of Newry in Co. Down, and later of St Kilda and Yering in Victoria, with mention of descent from Rev. Andrew Rowan, Rectory of Dunaghy in Co. Antrim, c. 1661.
Confirmation of amended arms to Ralph Sneyd Smith of Milford Street, Christchurch in New Zealand, mentioning the confirmation of arms 29 Oct. 1844 and 3 Feb. 1914, made in error.
Grant of arms to the descendants of Robert Moore of the City of Cork and to his grandson, Henry Percival Moore, son of Robert Walter Moore, both of the City of Adelaide, South Australia.
Confirmation of arms to the descendants of Thomas Meek of Tullyish House in Co. Down, and Meek's Place, Belfast, and to his grandson, Joseph Meek, of Tanderagee in Co. Down, and Woollahra in New South Wales, third son of Charles Meek of Belfast and Longhans in Co. Down.
Confirmation of arms to the descendants of Joseph Garvey of Ballingtogher in Co. Sligo, eldest son of Patrick Garvey of Toolulane, near Dunsandle in Co. Galway, and to the grandson of the said Joseph, being Patrick Joseph Garvey, MD, son of Patrick Samuel Garvey of Wellington in New Zealand.
Grant of arms to the descendants of Richard Augustus Norris of Co. Cork and to his son, Osborne Edward Norris of Sydney in New South Wales.
Grant of arms to the descendants of the Rev. John Livingston Macassey of Carrickfergus and to the grandsons of the said Rev. John, being Percy Seaborn Kettle Livingston Macassey, Crown Solicitor, New Zealand, and Sir Linden Livingston Macassey, son of Luke Livingston Macassey of Carriffergus.
Confirmation of arms to the descendants of Nicholas John Kirwan of Sandymount House, son of Martin Kerwen of Woodfield, son of Richard Moy Kirwan of Woodfield, son of Patrick Kirwan of Cregg, all in Co. Galway, and to the second son of the said Nicholas, being Sir John Waters Kirwan of Perth, Australia.
Grant of arms to the descendants of Richard Darling of Belmont, Roebuck in Co. Dublin, and to his grandson, the Rev. Harry Darling, Canon of Bunbury in Western Australia, and of Bective Rectory in Co. Meath, son of Richard Sisson Darling, MLC, of Trinidad.
Confirmation of arms to the descendants of William Charles D'Arcy who settled in Victoria in 1854, grandson of Rev. Joshua D'Arcy, second son of James D'Arcy of Hyde Park in Co. Westmeath, and to the second son of the said William Charles, being Norman Lavallin D'Arcy of Pastoral House in Perth, Western Australia.
Confirmation of arms to Lionel Becher Somerville-Large, son of Rev. William Somerville Large, and Elizabeth Townshend, daughter of Becher Lionel Fleming of Newcourt in Co. Cork, grandson of Richard Large of the City of Cork and Elizabeth Somerville.
Confirmation of arms to the descendants of Augustus Chaine-Nichson, son of Augustus Nichson, son of Graham Nichson.
Hans Hamilton, 21 Dec. 1940. Confirmation of arms to the descendants of Lieut. James Wilson Hamilton, RN, who settled in Australia, who was descended from Hans Hamilton of Carlow, brother of James Hamilton of Sheephill in Co. Dublin (ancestor of Lord Holmpatrick) and to the son of the said Lieut. Hamilton, being Hans Hamilton of Melbourne in Victoria.
Pedigrees in the form of family trees, compiled by personal request.
Pedigree of Barnewell Family, Baronets, of Crickstown in Co. Meath, of Athroneen and Ballybritten in Kings Co., Roskeen in Queens Co., of Ballyard, Killarow and Ballyhost in Co. Westmeath, of Moyrath, Grenanstown and Boyne Lodge in Co. Meath, and of Upper Thornton in Australia c. 1560-1892.
Pedigree of Goff Family, Baronets, of Horetown House in Co. Wexford, of Glenville in Co. Waterford, and of Renwicktown in New Zealand, 1762-1906.
Pedigree of the Dillon Family of Dillon's Grove in Co. Roscommon, of Drumranny in Co. Westmeath, of Quarterstown and Ballydaniel in Co. Cork, and of Dublin, 1180-1800.
Continued on MS 182a, ff.67-68.
Pedigree of the Garvey Family of Toolubin and Athenry in Co. Galway, of New Zealand, of Tunstall in Co. Stafford, and of Sydney in Australia, c. 1790-1948.
Pedigree of the Hutton Family of Dundrum and Baldoyle in Co. Dublin, of Scart in Co. Limerick, of Toronto in Canada, and of New Zealand, c. 1662-1925
Pedigree of the Macgillysacht Family, also Lysaght and McLysaght, of Tallybrack and Camus in Co. Limerick, of Shandangan and Ballymarkshan in Co. Clare, of Mount North in Co. Cork, Baron Lysaght of Clogheen, Kilmacoon, Hazelwood and Carrigmore, all in Co. Cork, of Raheen, Tuamgraney in Co. Clare, of Kansas City in the United States, and of Sydney in Australia, c. 1595-1943.
Pedigree of the Glascott Family of Aldertown, Polemaloe (now Piltown), Ballymore and Killorvin, all in Co. Wexford, and of Australia, c. 1642-1842.
Pedigree of the Deacon Family of Altaturk, Temascrobe, the Hall, Kildarton and Rich Hill, all in Co. Armagh, of New York City, and of Australia, 1698-1942.
Pedigree of Minnitt Family of Mount Minnitt in Co. Limerick, Knigh Castle, Annabeg and Blackfort in Co. Tipperry, and of Van Diemen's Land, c. 1680-1855.
Pedigree of Newton Family of Carrickfergus, Galgorm in Co. Antrim, of Coagh in Co. Tyrone, and of Auckland in New Zealand.
Pedigree of Foster Family of Dunleer and Collon, both in Co. Louth, of Moyvane in Co. Kerry, of Mount Bernard in Co. Galway, and of Victoria, Australia, with descent from Sir Diarmud O'Shaughnessy.
Pedigree of Haly Family of Ballhaly in Co. Cork, of Ballyhaly in St Johns, Newfoundland, and of Tuabinge in Queensland, 1733-1961.
Pedigree of Bagot Family of Murney in Co. Kildare, of Ballymore, Ballyturin and Aughrane Castle in Co. Galway, of Curranure in Co. Roscommon, and of Melbourne, Victoria, c. 1575-1862.
Pedigree of Browne Family of The Neale, Knockmore House and Manulla, all in Co. Mayo, of Shankhill in Ireland, of New Zealand, and of Ballarat, Victoria, c. 1680-1858.
Pedigree of Carleton Family of Knockananama, of Darlinghill near Clonmel, and of Clare, all in Co. Tipperary, Viscount Carleton of Cork City and Greenfield in Co. Cork, of Green Park in Co. Down, of the City of Dublin, and of New Zealand, c. 1640-1866.
Pedigree of Glascott Family of Aldertown and Killish, of New Ross and Ballynamona later Fruit Hill, of Killowen and Banna Lodge, Seafield and Clonation House, of Camolin Park and Portobello, all in Co. Wexford, of the City of Dublin, and of Emigrant Creek on the Richmond River, Australia, c. 1641-1872.
Pedigree of Wentworth Family of Argreagh, Trim and Fyanstown in Co. Mayo, Mollartini in Co. Amagh, of Vaucluse in Sydney, New South Wales, originally of South Kirby, Yorkshire.
Pedigree of Westropp Family of Comborough and Brompton in Co. York, of Limerick City, of Attyflin and Ballysteen in Co. Limerick, of Carduggan, Shanballymore, Peafield, Ballyvolane, Ballintra and Ravenswood in Co. Cork, of Clonmones, Lismehan, Fortanne and Ruanard in Co. Clare, of the City of Cork, and of New Zealand, 1572-1884.
Pedigree of Beers Family afterward Leslie Family of Rathfriland, Ballygorian and Ballyward in Co. Down, of Manorcunningham in Co. Donegal, and of Wellington in New Zealand, c. 1740-1859.
Pedigree of Prior Family of Leverington and Parson Drove in the Isle of Ely, of Rathdowney in Queens Co. and pedigree of Murray Prior of Rathdowney, aforesaid, of Southsea in Hampshire, of Brighton in Sussex, and of Queensland, c. 1600-1889.
Pedigree of Agnew Family of Donegore and Ballyclare in Co. Antrim and of Tasmania, 1708-1890.
Pedigree of Darcy Family of Ballybocock, Gorteen and Kiltolla, all in Co. Mayo, of Baymore in Co. Meath, of Loftus Hill in Co. Dublin, of Rockhampton in Queensland, of Newton Abbot in Devonshire and of Stanmore in Middlesex, c. 1560-1892.
Pedigree of Barry Family of Ballyguybeg, Bohergar, Farnane, Rockstown, Fryarstown near Sandville, all in Co. Limerick, and of Sandhurst in Victoria, c. 1570-1892.
Pedigree of Ffrench Family of Monwea Castle in Co. Galway and of Victoria, later Ffrench de Freyne-Ffrench, c. 1700-1890.
Pedigree of Molony Family of Ballynahiney, Kiltannon, Clonmore, Craganascreene or Cragg and Ennis, all in Co. Clare, of Dublin City, and of Australia, c. 1680-1919.
Pedigree of Davies Family of Newcastle near Aughrim, of Bunrea later Hampstead, of Coltragh, Moate, all in Co. Galway, of Cahinch and Rossleven in Co. Clare, and of Australia, c. 1620-1902.
Pedigree of Rathborne Family of Masefen and Chester, and Drogheda in Co. Louth, of Scripplestown and Dunsinea in Co. Dublin, of Ngeruawahia in New Zealand, and of New Jersey in the United States, 1265-1911.
Pedigree of Nicholson Family of Cranagill, Derrycan, Drummannon, Kineary, Stramore, Greenagh, all in Ireland, and of New Zealand, Australia, the United States and India, c. 1560-1907.
Pedigree of Saclier Family of Hackney in Middlesex, of Standon in Hertfordshire, of Sea Park in Co. Dublin, of Mullagh in Kings Co., of Sopwell Hall, Castletown, Brookefield, Ballinderry, Hollymount and Clonmel in Co. Tipperary, and of Tasmania, Canada and San Francisco in the United States, c. 1480-1909.
Pedigree of Dowse family of Collingborne Ducis in Wiltshire, of Craan, Ballingate, Barnedown and Tinahely in Co. Wexford, of Springfield in Co. Wicklow, of Quebec in Canada, and of Australia, 1620-1916.
Pedigree of Mulligan Family of Bellievey, Lisanasliggan, Brague, Tullyconnaught, Ballynagarrick, Kascum, Ballinafoy, Cappagh, Kilkeel, Fort Charles and Newcastle, all in Co. Down, of Gilford (sic) in Australia, of Rockford in Canterbury, New Zealand, of France, and of New York and Detroit in the United States, c. 1610-1929.
Pedigree of Denham Family of Westshields in Lanarkshire, of Dromore in Co. Down, of Ballinasloe and Aughrim in Co. Galway, of Killeshandra and Rathfreland in Co. Antrim, of St Clairsville in Ohio, of Rhode Island, New Jersey, Iowa and Kentucky in the United States, and of Gippsland in Victoria, 1597-1943.
Pedigree of Seaver Family of Ballaghy, Trea, Killeavy, Navan and Heath Hall, all in Co. Armagh, of Bellaghy in Co. Monaghan, of Greencastle in Co. Down, of Mexico, New South Wales, and Buffalo, New Jersey and Boston in the United States, c. 1620-1937.
Pedigree of Hamilton Family of Carlow, of City of Dublin, of Kilgobbin in Co. Dublin, and of Melbourne in Australia, c. 1730-1947.
Pedigree of Rooke Family of City of Dublin, of Sydney in Australia, and of Wellington in New Zealand, c. 1670-1946.
Pedigree of Exshaw Family of City of Dublin, of Bray in Co. Wicklow, of Hybla House in Co. Kildare, of Bordeaux in France, of Malahide in Co. Dublin, of Farbane in Kings Co., and of Australia, the United States and India, c. 1700-1952.