O’Cahill – In early medieval times the most important sept of O’Cahill was that located in County Galway near the Clare border. The head of which was Chief of Kinelea, but by the middle of the thirteenth century their former position as the leading family in Kilmacdaugh had been taken by … Continue reading →
O’Donovan – There are few families about which we have more information than the O’Donovans. The Genealogical Office has a verified pedigree of the eldest branch from Gaelic times, when they held a semi-royal position, up to the present day, and also the notes of Dr. John O’Donovan, one of … Continue reading →
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If you are researching births, marriages or deaths in Gloucestershire then you will find this website very useful. The [weaver_popup_link href=’http://ww3.gloucestershire.gov.uk/bmd/MainMenu.aspx’ h=’500′ w=’800′ scrollbars=false] Gloucestershire BMD Indexes[/weaver_popup_link] are a joint project between Gloucestershire Registration Service, Gloucestershire Archives and the Gloucestershire Family History Society. Volunteers have been indexing the records and adding … Continue reading →