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Donegal Town, Inver & Mountcharles family roots

Noel Farrell

Donegal Town, Inver & Mountcharles family roots

exploring family origins in Mountcharles, Inver & Donegal Town

by Noel Farrell

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Published by N. Farrell in Longford, Ireland .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Donegal (Ireland),
  • Inver (Donegal County, Ireland),
  • Mountcharles (Ireland),
  • Ireland,
  • Donegal.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Ireland -- Donegal.,
    • Donegal (Ireland) -- Genealogy.,
    • Inver (Donegal County, Ireland) -- Genealogy.,
    • Mountcharles (Ireland) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      Other titlesDonegal Town, Inver and Mountcharles family roots, Exploring family origins in Mountcharles, Inver & Donegal Town
      Statement[Noel Farrell].
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS497.D65 F37 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination46 p. :
      Number of Pages46
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL405101M
      LC Control Number98105185

      Title Paddy Owen's jig Contributor Names British Broadcasting Corporation (recordist) Lyons, James (performer). In County Donegal, they toured the Inver area, explored church cemeteries, and talked to a pleasant elderly resident, Mrs. Annabella Cassidy, who lived about a quarter of a mile ( km) from the Inver Methodist church of which she was a member. Her address is Mullanboys, Mountcharles, Co. Donegal, Republic of Ireland. It used to be Inver.


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Inbhear - Inver. INVER, a parish, in the barony Inver & Mountcharles family roots book BANNAGH, county of DONEGAL, and province of ULSTER, 6 miles (W.) from Donegal; containing, with the town of Mount Charles Inver & Mountcharles family roots book is described under its own head), 11, inhabitants.

Guide to Mountcharles Civil Parish, County Donegal ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Parish registers, transcripts, baptism records, marriage records, and burial records. The following information is a starting point for records about the parish of Mountcharles.

The information is based on locations and records before Noel Farrell has written: 'Donegal Town, Inver & Mountcharles family roots' -- subject(s): Genealogy, Registers of births 'Letterkenny family roots book' -- subject(s): Genealogy, Registers of. Donegal Town Inver (County Donegal) Message Board.

Get free family history advice from our local volunteers or browse more t genealogy queries. Margaret Jane Gallagher c - 30 Jan CROWE/CROW 12 Jan Looking for descendants of William McGuire b Meenawullighan 7 Mar looking for Breslin/Brislan 26 May Exploring family origins in Mountcharles, Inver & Donegal town: Longford Noel Farrell National Library of Ireland: es transcripts ofcensuses, Thoms, Electors, Griffith's etc.

Noel Farrell: Exploring Family origins in Letterkenny: Longford Self National Library of. He married Anna Gilrain and lived in Mansfield, Ohio until his death around I have been to Ireland and to Donegal Town, Inver; Mountcharles and the little town of Frosses (which has many, many McCahills in the cemetery).

Please reply if you think we may have any family connections. Thank you. Mountcharles (Irish: Tamhnach an tSalainn) is a townland (of acres) and a village in the south of County Donegal, lies 6 km from Donegal Town on the Killybegs road ().It is situated in the civil parish of Inver and the historic barony of Banagh.

The village's name is usually pronounced locally as 'Mount-char-liss'.Country: Ireland. Census Of Mount Charles Town, Inver, Co. Donegal: The Town of Mountcharles is complete and all data that was listed for Mountcharles Town is included (including errors).

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C:3 Individual Families / Surnames. Donegal Town Inver & Mountcharles Family Roots: Exploring Family Origins in Mount Charles, Inver, & Donegal Town by Noel Farrell Call Number: Geneal. Fem Publication Date: The following is an edited description from Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, INVER, a parish in the barony of BANNAGH, county of Donegal and province of ULSTER, 6 miles (W.) from Donegal town; containing, with the town of Mountcharles, 11, parish, which is also called Invernayle, is situated on the river and bay of Inver, on the north-west coast ; and.

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Donegal Town, Inver & Mountcharles family roots by Noel Farrell 1 edition - first published in STRANORLAR parish roots book / exploring family origins in Ballybofey/Stranorlar and Killygordon Longford: Noel Farrell, 48p.

£ Also in this series, Letterkenny, Donegal Town, Mountcharles and Inver, Ballyshannon. Individual Families / Surnames. Corscadden: John: Raneely: Raneely: Inver: Banagh: Donegal: Donegal: T/L: Inver Corscaden: George: Gortaward: Gortaward: Inver: Banagh: Donegal: Donegal.

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Traditional stone cottage in large garden near the village of Mountcharles (1¼ miles) for nearest shops and pubs. It is situated close to Donegal Bay in a very scenic area with grand coastal views, beautiful strands, coves and archaeological remains.5/5(4).

Mountcharles is a village sitting between the towns of Donegal Town and Killybegs in the south of County Donegal. Now called Mountcharles, it was previously called Tawnaghtallan meaning 'Field of Salt'.

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