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Nihell Family of County Clare and Limerick

James M. Niall

Nihell Family of County Clare and Limerick

by James M. Niall

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Published by The Irish Genealogist. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nihell Family.,
  • Nihell Family -- History -- Genealogy -- County Clare.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames M.Niall.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19086506M

    Annals of the Famine in Ireland is Asenath Nicholson's sequel to Ireland's Welcome to the undaunted American widow returned to Ireland in the midst of the Great Famine and helped organise relief for the destitute and hungry. Her account is not a history of the famine, but personal eyewitness testimony to the suffering it caused. For that reason, it conveys the reality of the. Pages in category "People from County Limerick" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).

    A very powerful and numerous sept in Clare and Limerick, they spread far and wide and still predominate in Munster. Their history fills volumes, beginning withthe sage of their contentions with the Normans and the Tudors. They were granted many titles of nobility; Earl of Thomond, Viscount Clare, Earls of Inchiquin. The Limerick family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Limerick families were found in the USA in In there were 2 Limerick families living in Illinois. This was about 33% of all the recorded Limerick's in the USA. Illinois and 1 other state had the highest population of Limerick.

    Medieval parochial divisions used for administrative purposes. The Civil Parishes are the basic geographical units used for the Griffiths Valuation (), Tithe Applotment (), tax records, censuses, etc. They have about the same boundaries as the parishes for the Church of Ireland but different from the parishes of the Catholic Church. Shannon Airport, which is in County Clare is one of the three primary international airports that serve Ireland along with Dublin Airport and Cork Airport. The airport is ideally located in County Clare and easily accessible from both Limerick City and Ennis. During , Shannon airport handled over million passengers.


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Nihell Family of County Clare and Limerick by James M. Niall Download PDF EPUB FB2

Specifications: 6" x 9" size; pages; 50 illustrations; well indexed by surname. Includes Castles in County Clare; family seats of power; locations; variant spellings of family names; full map of County Clare, coats of arms, and sources for research.

From ancient times to the modern day. Second and most current edition. Author/Editor: Michael C. O'Laughlin.4/5(1). Finding Your Family History in Co.

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Clare County Council is the local county had a population ofat the census. The county town and largest settlement is rank: 7th. The following websites and contacts will specifically cover topics of interest to Clare genealogists. Clare County Library: This is the principal one-stop-shop for Clare genealogy data (baptisms, tithe applotments, Griffith's Valuation, census, maps, historical texts, parish histories, etc.).

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In the census for Limerick City 1, people who were living in or visiting the city gave their birthplace as Co. Clare. This table of their names and other details was kindly donated by Limerick City Library Local Studies. My Cunningham family have lived in County Limerick as far back as the 18th century (that’s as far as the records go) until today.

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The first section is presented in the narrative form and outlines the history of your family in County Clare, to include details on Births - Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths in the family. Information from the Land Registers on the amount of property - land the family may have held - leased, the valuation of their property and their landlord's name.

Information from Census Returns, which.St. Patrick's, or Kilquane (Irish: Cill Chuáin), is a civil parish that is situated on both banks of the River Shannon near the city of Limerick in is unusual in that it is distributed over three baronies: Bunratty Lower, Clanwilliam and the barony of the City of Limerick.

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Laurence Nihell.8 This Laurence Nihell, the subject of the present article, was born in the city of Limerick on Nothing is known concerning his early education. He entered the Jesuit Order in Lisbon on J ; after his first religious.