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The Office of the Ulster King of Arms, Dublin Castle, later the Genealogical Office, National Library of Ireland, Dublin: Manuscript Materials on microfilm


Some of the manuscript material of the Genealogical Office in the National Library of Ireland is held on microfilm. See generally: Guide to the Genealogical Office, Dublin (Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1998).

Roger O’Ferrall. ‘Linea Antiqua’, 1709. MS 155.
(See Analecta Hibernica, vol. 10, 1941, pp. 287 -292; and the Irish Genealogist, vol. 13 (no. 3), 2012, pp. 212 – 224.

Deeds at Ballinacor, County Wicklow, 1899, compiled by Colonel William Kemmis. MS 419.
(See Journal of the County Kildare Archaeological Society, vol. XII, 1935 – 1945, pp. 144 – 169.)

Estate accounts of the second Earl of Bantry, 1825 – 1838. MS. 428.

Galwey of Lota, County Cork compiled by Sir Henry W. B. Blackall. MS. 430.
(See Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, vol. XXX, 1925, pp. 59 – 74 and also vol. LXXI / LXXIV, 1966 – 1969, various paginations.

Molony of County Clare and allied families. MS. 450.
(Includes reference to, amongst others: Adams; Barry; Blood; Bradshaw; Brady; Brereton; Brew; Butler; Canny; Chartres; Cusack; Crosdaile; Finucane; Galwey; Greene; Hickman; Lysaght; McNamara; Massy; Molony; O’Callaghan; O’Connell; O’Dwyer; Potter; Ringrose; Ryan; Singleton; Spaight; Stacpoole; Tomkins; Trousdell (Truesdale); Tydd; Tymons;Vokes; Westropp.

Entries of marriages and deaths of Clare and Limerick, 1778 – 1810, compiled by Alfred Molony, with later entries to the end of the 19th century, drawn from the “Ennis Chronicle” and the “Clare Journal”. MS. 455.

Notes on the Kelly family (Kilmacduane, Kilmihil) of Co. Clare from 1760. MS. 488.
Includes associated and connected families including Cox, and Kelly extracts (Kilmacduane, Kilmihil) from the 1851 census of Ireland.

The Delafield / De La Ffelde family of Dublin. MS. 489.

Sadleir’s “Irish Concordatures,” 1817 – 1821. MS 494.
Including Lord Preston of Gormanstown.

The Loftus family pedigree, c. 1550 – 1839. MS. 499.

Pedigree of the O’Donnellan family, c. 1560 – 1900. MS. 467.

Pedigrees of the Burke / Burgo family and some collateral families. MS. 500.
(Much of this manuscript is illegible.)

Pedigree of the O’Kelly and allied families, c. 1600 – 1932, compiled by Edmund Walsh Kelly, Bella Vista, Tramore, County Waterford. MS. 501.

History of the Donegan family up to c. 1930, compiled by Henry P.F. Donegan.
MS. 503.

Genealogy of the Burke family, in French. MS. 504.

Pedigree of the Walker family, c. 1650 – 1890, with several of its relations and connexions, compiled by Sir Philip Smyly, c. 1900. MS. 505.
Allied families include: Cooper; Sisson; Turner; Crampton; Marsh; Wall; Roper; Thompson; Garstin; Digby; French; Verner; Jervis; Meredyth; Ribton; Harburton; Inchiquin; Saye; and Sele.

The Irish Stafford families, Wexford, compiled by the Rev. Roland G. Stafford.
MS. 506.

History of the Ash family of Londonderry, 1736, and papers relating to E.E. Conwell, surgeon, India, 1820 – 1830. MS. 514.

The Berkely peerage, pedigree, correspondence and notes, 1886. MS. 515.

The pedigree of Mr Thomas Mongon, 1716. MS. 516.

Notes referring to the O’Hanlon family of Orior, County Armagh. MS. 517.

Memoir of the Delamer / Delamere family of County Westmeath, by John D’Alton, 1857. MS. 518.

Notes on the families of Peyton, Powell, Shaw, Crymble, Foulkes, and Cunninghame. MS. 519.

Tabular pedigrees of various Irish families including many Clare families. MS. 520.

(Includes, inter alios, Blake, Butler, Prendergast (Gort, County Galway), the Barons of Dunboyne (Meath), Ringrose (Moynoe, County Clare), Taylor (of Castle Taylor, County Galway), Martyn (of Tullira, County Galway), Morris (of Ballyluddane, County Clare), Fitzgerald of (Larahane, County Clare), McNamara (of Ganalough, County Clare), D’Arcy (of New Forest, County Galway), Burnell (of Ranagh, County Clare), Lynch (of Rathorpe, County Galway), Green or O’Huoonyn (of County Clare), Butler (of Bunnahow, County Clare), McCooge (of Rathorpe, County Galway), Geigan (of Cloneen or Rathorpe, County Galway), Butler (of Cregg, County Galway), Lambert (of Cregg, County Clare and Castle Ellen, County Galway), Blake Forster (of Clooneen and Ballykeale), Creagh (of Dangan, County Clare), the Blackall family, the natural issue of William Butler (of Bunnahow, County Clare), O’Shaughnessy (of Gortinchigory, County Galway), O’Grady (of Coolreagh and Inchicronan, County Clare), O’Grady (of Killballyowen), O’Shaughnessy (of Rossane, County Clare), O’Shaughnessy (of Beagh, County Galway), McMahon (of Clenagh, County Clare), Wilson (of Belvoir and Ballyvorgil, County Clare), O’Fahy of (Cloon, County Galway), Hickey (of Drimgillagillan, County Clare), Brew (of Drumcore, County Clare), Taaffe (of Summerhill, County Meath), Hogan (of Ardclooney, County Tipperary), Hogan family (of County Clare), Mahon (of Newpark , County Clare), O’Flanagan (of Crossard, County Clare), Maghlin (of Clare and Galway), Stackpoole (of Ballyallia, County Clare), Lysaght (of County Clare), O’Davoren, MacDonnell (of County Antrim), Clancy (of Cahirbane, County Clare), O’Dea (of Dysert, County Clare), Stapleton (of Bryan’s Castle, County Clare).

The Butlers of County Clare. MS. 522.

Genealogy of the O’Brien family of County Clare. MS. 559.
The O’Brien family of Ennistymon House by Michael O’Reilly, prepared for Andrew Finucane, Esquire, presented to the Office of Ulster King of Arms (subsequently the Genealogical Office) by Philip Crossle, 18 July 1939.

Genealogy of the Finucane family of County Clare. MS. 560.
Genealogy of the Finucane family by Aodh Buidhe Mac Cruitin (Hugh Mac Curtain), 1731, 1739, for Andrew Finucane, Esquire, presented to the Office of Ulster King of Arms (subsequently the Genealogical Office) by Philip Crossle, 18 July 1939.

Letters received by Sir William Betham, Ulster King of Arms, circa 1810 – 1830. MS. 580.
Correspondence addressed to the chief herald at Dublin Castle arranged by surname; this manuscript contains correspondents whose surnames begin with the letter ‘A’. Index of surnames on page 457 of the manuscript.

Letters received by Sir William Betham, Ulster King of Arms, circa 1810 – 1830.
MS. 581.
Correspondence addressed to the chief herald at Dublin Castle arranged by surname; this manuscript contains correspondents whose surnames begin with the letter ‘B’. Incomplete; the ‘B’ letters continue on another manuscript.

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