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IRISH PEDIGREES P - Z:

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* PADDEN:
   - Padden of Thomond in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* PAKENHAM:

   - Pakenham, Earl of Longford in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Pakenham of Langford Lodge, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PAKENHAM-MAHON:
   - Pakenham-Mahon of Strokestown, Co. Roscommon in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PALLISER:
   - Palliser of Annestown, Tramore, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PALMER:
   - Rev. Abram Smythe Palmer, B.A. in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol IV  - Wikipedia
   - Palmer of Brisbane and South Kennedy, Queensland, Australia - Hon. Sir Arthur Hunter Palmer, K.C.M.G., b. Armagh, 1819 in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I
   - Palmer, Baron of Limerick and Viscount Castlemaine in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Palmer of Rahan, Co. Kildare and Clonlost, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Palmer in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - See also: ORPEN-PALMER

* PARKE:

   - Parke of Dunally, Co. Sligo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PARKER:
   - Parker of Bally Valley, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Parker of Dublin and Philadlephia in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Parker of Passage West, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PARKER--HUTCHINSON:
   - Parker-Hutchinson of Timoney Park and Castle Lough, Co. Tipperary and Cardtown, Queen's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: HELY-HUTCHINSON

* PARKINS:
   - Parkins, Baron Rancliffe in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* PARNELL:
   - Parnell of Avondale, Co. Wicklow in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* PARSONS:
  - Notes on Families and Individuals of the name of "Parsons"
      ...an endeavour to trace the Pedigree of Richard Parsons of Carrigogunnell, County Limerick; who with his brothers William and Joseph, were resident in the Counties of Cavan, Leitrim and Fermanagh in A.D. 1700, and thereabouts. Calendar of Wills
      By _________ Parsons (London, 1903) - FHB
   - Parsons, Earl of Rosse in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Parsons, Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* PATERSON:

   - Paterson, formerly of Plaister and Swillymoun, Co. Donegal in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol I

* PATRICK:

   - Patrick of Dunminning, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PATTEN:
   - Patten in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* PAWLETT:
   - Pawlett of Garrylogh, Co. Wexford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* PAYNE:
   - Thomas Budds Payne of Maritimo, South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, b. Carlow, 1819 in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I

* PEACOCKE:

   - Peacocke of Skevanish, Innishannon, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Peacocke in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol II

* PENNEFATHER:
   - Alfred Richard Pennefather, Esq. in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol IV
   - Pennefather of Marlow, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Pennefather of New Park, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Commoners
   - Pennefather of Rathsallagh, Co. Wicklow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PENROSE:
   - Penrose of Wood Hill, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Penrose of Lehane, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Penrose of Riverview, Ferrybank and Seaville, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PENNINGTON:
   - Pennington, Baron Muncaster in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* PENROSE-WELSTED:
   - Penrose-Welsted of Ballywalter, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PEPPARD:
   - Peppard of Drogheda in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* PEPPER:
   - Pepper of Ballygarth Castle, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PERCEVAL:
   - Perceval, Earl of Egmont in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Perveval, Baron Arden of Lohort Castle, Co. Cork in: Debrett's Peerage
   - Perceval of Barntown House, Co. Wexford in: Burke's CommonersBurke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Wynne, now Perceval, of Hazlewood, Co. Sligo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Perceval of Temple House, Co. Sligo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PERCEVAL-MAXWELL:
   - Perceval-Maxwell of Finnebroge, Co. Down and Groomsport in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: MAXWELL

* PERCIVAL:
   - Percival, Lord Lovel, and Holland; and Percival, Earl of Egmont in: Betham's Sovereigns
   - Earl of Egmont in: Wikipedia

* PERSSE:
   - From Dudley Persse of Roxborough, Co. Galway [p. 73] in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V

* PERRIN-HATCHELL:
   - Perrin-Hatchell of Fortfield House, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PERRY:
   - Perry, compiled by Wm. J. Simpson, Belfast in: Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Perry of Woodrooff, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PERSSE:
   - Persse of Moyode, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Persse of Roxborough, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PERY:
   - Pery, Earl of Limerick in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* PERY-KNOX-GORE:
   - Pery-Knox-Gore of Coolcronan House, Co. Mayo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also KNOX; GORE; HUME-GORE; KNOX-GORE; SAUNDERS-KNOX-GORE

* PETIT:
   - Petit, Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* PETTY:
   - Petty, Earl of Kerry and Shelburne in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* PEYTON:
   - Peyton of Laheen, Co. Leitrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PHELPS:
   - Phelps of Waterpark, Castle Connell, Co. Limerick and Broadford, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PHIBBS:
   - Phibbs of Doobeg, Co. Sligo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Phibbs of Lisheen, Co. Sligo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PHILIPS:
   - Philips, Lord Milford in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* PHILLIPS:
   - Phillips of Gaile, Co. Tipperary and Foyle, Co. Kilkenny in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PHILLIPS-CONN:
   - Phillips-Conn of Belturbet and Mount Ida in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PHILLIPS-HUNT:
   - Phillipts-Hunt of Ballysinode, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PHIPPS:
   - Phipps, Baron Mulgrave of New Ross, Co. Wexford in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* PIGOTT:
   - Pigott of Capard, Queen's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Pigott of Slevoy Castle, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Pigott of Tincurry, Co. Tipperary, and of the Manor House, Dundrum, Co. Down in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol II
   - Short pedigree from Thomasina Pigott MS. in Library of Trinity College quoted (p.103) in: Amy Barrington

* PIKE:

   - Pike of Besborough, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Pike of Gelndarary, Co. Mayo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PILKINGTON:
   - Pilkington of Tore, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PIM, PYME:
   - Pim and Pyme Pedigrees, connection of the Barringtons of Glendruid (after p.268) in: Amy Barrington
   - Pim in: Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* PLUMMER:
   - Plummer of Mount Plummer, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PLUNKET:
   - Plunket, Lords of Fingall in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Plunket, Lord Dunsany in: Debrett's PeerageO'Hart's Pedigrees Vol I - Wikipedia
   - Plunket of Baune, Co. Louth in: O'Hart's Pedigrees Vol I
   - Plunket of Irishtown, Co. Meath in: O'Hart's Pedigrees Vol I
   - Plunket, Lord Chancellor of Ireland in: O'Hart's Pedigrees Vol I

* PLUNKETT:

   - Plunkett, Earl of Fingall in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Plunkett of Massachusetts, USA in: Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Plunkett of Portmarnock House, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Plunkett in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* POE: 
The Origin and Early History of the Family of Poë or Poe
   with full pedigrees of the Irish branch of the family; deals with WilliamThomas and Anthony Poe who settled in Ireland in 17th century and the true ancestry of Edgar Allan Poe
   By Sir Edmund Thomas Bewley, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S.A.I. (Dublin, 1906) - OL - Edgar Allan Poe in: Find A Grave Wikipedia
   - Poe of Harley Park, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Poë of Heywood, Queen's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Poë of Riverston, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* POLE-TYLNEY-LONG-WELLESLEY:
   - Helena Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley (formerly Bligh, née Patterson), Countess of Mornington; 14th in direct descent from James II, King of Scotland, and Mary, of Gueldres, his wife, and 18th in descent from Edward I, King of England, by his 2nd wife Margaret, dau. of Philip III, King of France in: Burke's Royal Descents
   - William Pole-Tylney-Long-Wellesley, 4th Earl of Mornington in: Wikipedia

* POLLARD-URQUHART:

   - Pollard-Urquhart of Craigston, Co. Aberdeen and Castle Pollard, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* POLLOCK:
   - Pollock of Coleraine and America in: Corrigenda et Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Pollock of Mountainstown, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* POLLOK:
   - Pollok of Lismany, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* POOLE:
   - Poole of Mayfield, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* POOLER:
   - Pooler of Tyross, Co. Armagh in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* POMEROY:
   - Pomeroy, Viscount and Baron Harberton in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* PONSONBY:
   - Ponsonby, Earl of Bessborough in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Ponsonby of Kilcooley Abbey, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: TALBOT-PONSONBY

* PORTER:
   - Porter of Belle Isle, Co. Longford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Porter of Clogher Park, Co. Tyrone in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Porter of Waterford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* POTTINGER:
   - Right Hon. Sir Henry Pottinger, Bart., G.C.B., of Mount Pottinger, Co. Down, 31st in lineal descent from Egbert, 1st King of all England in: Burke's Royal Descents
   - Pottinger of Mount Pottinger in: Burke's Commoners

* POUNDEN:
   - Pounden of Ballywalter House, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* POWELL:
   - Powell of Bawnlahan, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* POWER:
   - Power ("Ginel Puerach"), Co. Waterford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Power, Lords Power in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Power of Annaghmakerrig, Co. Monaghan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Power of Faithlegg House, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Power, now De La Poer, of Gurteen Le Poer, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Power of Power Hall, Snowhill, Co. Kilkenny in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Power of Rathcormack, Co. Waterford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* POWER-LALOR:
   - Power-Lalor of Long Orchard, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PRATT:
   - Pratt of Cabra Castle, Co. Mayo in: Burke's CommonersBurke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Pratt of Gawsworth, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PRENDERGAST:
   - Arthur Hugh Dalrymple Prendergast, of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol II
   - For Emma Prendergast, Wife of Alexander Clendinning Lambert, Esq., of Brook Hill, Co. Mayo see: LAMBERT
   - Lt.-Col. James Henry Prendergast, 29th Madras Native Infantry, in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol II
   - Prendergast of Ardfinnan Castle, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PRESTON:

   - Pedigree of Preston and Vander Eycken Prestons from Jenico Preston, 3rd Viscount of Gormanstown (1502 - 1569); translated from Jaer-Boecken der Stadt Brugge. Door Joncker Charles Custic, Brugge, 1765; Extract from 'Sepulchral Memorials of the English at Bruges' in: Topographer and Genealogist - Vol II - see page 470 for memorial in Flemish to Van Mher Jan Antoine Preston, Rudder, Viscounte de Tarrach.
   - Preston, Viscount Gormanstown, Co. Meath in: Debrett's PeerageO'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - Wikipedia
   - Preston, Baron Tara, Bellinter, Co. Meath in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Preston of Swainston, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PRICE:
   - Price of Saintfield, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PRIOR:
   - See: MURRAY-PRIOR

* PRITTIE:
   - Prittie, Lord Dunally, Baron Dunalley of Kilboy, Co. Tipperary in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* PROBY:
   - Proby, Earl of Carysfort in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* PURCELL:
   - Purcell, Baron of Loughmoe in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Purcell of Altamira and Dromore, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Purcell of Burton Park, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Purcell of Croagh, Co. Limerick x3 in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Purcell of Esker, Co. Kilkenny in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - Addenda Vol II
   - Purcell of Fantrath, Co. Kilkenny in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Purcell, late of Glannanore in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PURCELL-FITZGERALD:
   - Purcell-Fitzgerald of the Little Island, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PURDON:
   - Purdon of Tinerana, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Purdon, now Winter, of Lisnabin, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PUREFOY:
   - Purefoy of Greenfields, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PUTLAND:
   - Neligan, (formerly Putland) of Bray Head, Co. Wicklow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* PUXLEY:
   - Puxley of Dunboy Castle, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

Q
* QUALE:
   - Quale in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* QUIN:

   - Quin, Earl of Dunraven in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I - Wikipedia
   - Quin, Viscount Mountearl in: Debrett's Peerage

* QUINN:
   - Quinn, Lords of Muintir Gillagain, Co. Longford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* QUIRK:

   - Quirk in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

R
* RAINEY-ROBINSON:
   - Rainey-Robinson in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* RAM:
   - Ram of Clonattin, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* RATHBORNE:
   - Rathborne, late of Scripplestown in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* RAYMOND:
   - George Raymond, of Dublin, Barrister-at-Law in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol IV

* REDMOND:

   - Redmond, Lords of 'The Halle' and of 'Le Hoke', Barony of Shelburne; and of Killygowan, Barony of Ballaghkeene, Co. Wexford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Redmond x3 in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* REEVES:
   - Reeves of Besborough, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol IV

* REID:
   - Reid in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland 

* REILLY:
   - Reilly of Scarvagh House, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* REILY:
   - Reily of Redland Grove, Clifton, County of Somerset, England in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* REYNELL:
   - Reynell of Killynon, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* REYNOLDS:
   - Reynolds in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Reynolds of Dublin in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* RIALL:
   - Riall of Annerville, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Riall of Old Conna Hill, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* RICE:
   - Rt. Hon. Thomas Spring Rice, 2nd Baron Monteagle of Brandon, Co. Kerry [p. 528] in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol III
   - Rice of Bushmount, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Rice of Carrignefyly, Co. Kerry in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Rice of Dingleicoush, Co. Kerry in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* RICHARDS:
   - Richards of Ardnamine, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Richards of Macmine Castle, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Richards of Monksgrange, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Richards of Solsborough, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Richards in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* RICHARDSON:
   - Richardson of Co. Tyrone in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Richardson of Lisburn, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Richardson of Loughgall, Co. Armagh in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Richardson of Poplar Vale, Co. Monaghan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Richardson of Rossfad and Rich Hill, Co. Fermanagh in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* RICHEY:
   - Richey of Halifax, Nova Scotia; from Rev. Matthew Richey, D.D., b. North of Ireland 1803 in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I

* RIDGWAY:

   - Ridgway of Rossonell, Co. Kilkenny in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* RING:
   - Ring in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* RINGROSE:

   - Family of Ringrose in: Burke's Commoners

* ROBERTS:
   - Lt.-Col. Richard Samuel Roberts, 7th Madras Native Infantry in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol II
   - Roberts of Glassenbury, Co. Kent Britfields Town, Co. Cork, and of the City of Cork in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol I
   - Roberts, descendants of Rev. John Roberts of the City of Waterford, b. 1745 in: Crisp's Visitation of England and Wales Vol XI
   - Roberts of Ardmore, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Roberts of Dormstown Castle, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Roberts of Kilmoney Abbey in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: CRAMER-ROBERTS

* ROBERTSON:
   - Robertson, Chiefs of Clann Donachaidh in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Robertson of Huntington Castle, Co. Carlow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* ROBERTSON-EUSTACE:

   - Robertson-Eustace of Robertstown, Co. Kildare and Ballydale, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also EUSTACE

* ROBINSON:
   - Robinson, Baron Rokeby of Armagh in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - See also: RAINEY-ROBINSON

* ROCH:
   - Roch of Woodbine Hill, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* ROCHE:
   - Roche, Ginel. An Roisdigh (Anglicé): 'The Roche Genealogy' in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Roche of Ballydwyle, Co. Cork in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Roche of Carass, Co. Limerick and Barnetick, Co. Clare in: Burk'e Commoners
   - Roche of Granagh Castle, Co. Kilkenny, and Rye Hill, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Roche of Limerick in: Burke's Commoners

* ROCHFORD:
   - Rochford of Kilbride, Co. Meath in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* ROCHFORT:
   - Rochfort of Clongrenane, Co. Carlow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Rochfort of Rochfort Bridge, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: BOYD-ROCHFORT

* RODMAN:
   - Rodman of Ireland and America in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* ROE:
   - Roe of Ballyconnell House, Co. Cavan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Roe of Loran Park, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Roe in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* ROGERSON:

   - Rogerson in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* ROLLESTON:
   - Rolleston of ffranckfort Castle, King's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* ROPER:
   - Thomas Roper created Baron of Bantry and Viscount Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow in 1627 in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I
   - Roper of Rathgar, Co. Dublin and Lackagh, Co. Kildare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* ROPER-CALDBECK:

   - Roper-Caldbeck of Moyle Park in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* ROSE:
   - Rose of Ahabeg, Co. Limerick and Foxhall, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* ROSE CLELAND:
   - Rose Cleland of Rath-Gael House, Co. Down in: Burke's Commoners
   - See also: CLELAND

* ROSS:
   - Ross of Dunmoyle, Six-Mile-Cross, Co. Tyrone in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* ROSS-OF-BLADENSBURG:
   - Ross-of-Bladensburg of Rosstrevor, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* ROSS-LEWIN:
   - Ross-Lewin of Ross Hill, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: LEWIN

* ROSSETER:
   - Rosseter, Co. Wexford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* ROTHE:
   - Rothe, late of Mount Rothe in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Rothe of Co. Kilkenny in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* ROTHERAM:
   - Rotheramof Crossdrum, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* ROTHWELL:
   - Rothwell of Rockfield, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* ROUGHAN:
   - Roughan in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* ROWAN:
   - Rowan of Mount Davys, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: HAMILTON-ROWAN

* ROWLEY:
   - Rowley, Baron Langford of Somerhill, Co. Meath in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Rowley of Marley Grange, Rathfarnham, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Rowley of Mount Campbell, Co. Leitrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* Royal Family of England in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* RUDDY:

   - Ruddy in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* RUSSELL:
   - Russell of Glanmore, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* RUTHVEN:
   - See: OTWAY-RUTHVEN

* RUTLEDGE:
   - Rutledge of Werronggurt, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia; Thomas Forster Rutledge, Esq. descent from James Rutledge, Esq., squire of Ballymagirl, Cavan who mar. Martha Forster of Longford; followed by Rutledge of Farnham Park and Sherwood in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I
   - Ruttledge of Bloomfield, Co. Mayo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Ruttledge of Cahergal House, Tuam, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* RUXTON:
   - Ruxton of Ardee House, Co. Louth in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* RUXTON-FITZHERBERT:
   - Ruxton-Fitzherbert of Black Castle, Co. Meath in: Burke's Commoners
   - See also: FITZHERBERT

* RYAN:
   - Ryan of Derriweit Heights, Upper Macedon, Victoria, Australia; Charles Ryan, Esq., son of Henry Ryan of Kilgera, Kilkenny, and 48 North Great Georges-street, Dublin in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I
   - Ryan, Lords of Idrone, Co. Carlow in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Ryan, from the Vol. F.4.18, in the MSS, Library of Trinity College, Dublin in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Ryan of Ballymackeogh, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Ryan of Inch, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Ryan of Kilhefernan, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Ryan of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Ryan of Scarteen, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* RYAN-LENIGAN:
   - Ryan-Lenigan of Castle ffogerty, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: LENIGAN

* RYE:
   - Rye of Ryecourt, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* RYLAND:
   - Ryland of Dungarvan and Waterford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* RYND:
   - Rynd of Ryndville, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

ST
* ST. CLAIR:
   - See: SINCLAIR

* ST. GEORGE:
   - St. George of Wood Park, Co. Armagh in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - St. George of Tyrone in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* ST. LAWRENCE:
   - St. Lawrence, Earl of Howth in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - See: GAISFORD-ST. LAWRENCE

* ST. LEGER:
   - St. Leger, Viscount Doneraile in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - St. Leger of Heyward's Hill, Co. Cork in: Burke's Commoners

S
* SADLEIR:
   - Sadleir of Castletown, Borrisokane in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SANDERS:
   - Sanders of Charleville Park, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SANDERSON:
   - Sanderson of Cloverhill, Co. Cavan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SANDES:
   - Sandes of Greenville, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol IV
   - Sandes of Sallow Glen, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: COLLIS-SANDES

* SANDFORD:

   - Sandford, Baron Mount Sandford in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - See: WILLS-SANDFORD

* SANKEY:
   - Sankey of Coolmore, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Sankey of Fort Frederick, Co. Cavan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SARSFIELD:
   - Sarsfield of Doughcloyne, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SAUNDERS:
   - Saunders of Kilavalla, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Saunders of Saunders Grove, Co. Wicklow in: Burke's CommonersBurke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Saunders of Tullig, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SAUNDERS-KNOX-GORE:
   - Saunders-Knox-Gore of Belleek Manor, Co. Mayo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also KNOX; GORE; HUME-GORE; KNOX-GORE; PERY-KNOX-GORE

* SAUNDERSON:
   - Saunderson of Castle Saunderson, Co. Cavan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SAVAGE:
   - Pedigree Notes on the Savages of Ardkeen and Glastry in: Irish Emigration Database
   - Savage family (Ireland) in: Wikipedia

* SAVILLE:

   - Saville, Earl of Mexborough in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* SCALES:
   See: LABERTOUCHE

* SCANLAN:

   - Scanlan in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Scanlan, Kings of Ossory in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - Addenda Vol II

* SCOTT:

   - Scott, Earl of Clonmel in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Scott of Annegrove Abbey, Queen's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Scott of Willsboro', Co. Londonderry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SCUDAMORE:
   - See: LUCAS-SCUDAMORE

* SCULLY:
   - Scully of Mantle Hill, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SEALE:
   - Pedigree of Seale Family of Queen's Co. in: Miscellanea Genealogica

* SEALY:
   - Includes Rev. George Sealy, LL.D. rector of St. Paul's, Cork and Inchigula who took the name Baldwin on succeeding to his uncle's property in: The Pedigree Register Vol II
   - Sealy of Gurtnahorn House, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Sealy of Richmount, Bandon, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SEGRAVE:

   - Segrave of Cabra, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* SEYMOUR:
   - Seymour, Baron Conway and Killultagh, Co. Antrim in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Seymour of Ballymore Castle, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Seymour of Castletown House, Queen's Co. in Burke's Commoners
   - Seymour of Killagally Park, King's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Seymour of Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SHACKLETON:
   - Shackleton of Ballitore, Co. Kildare in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol IV
   - Shackleton Pedigree, connection of the Barringtons of Glendruid (p.229) in: Amy Barrington

* SHANNON:

   - Shannon in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* SHANLY:

   - Shanly of Fernaught, Co. Leitrim in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* SHARMAN-CRAWFORD:

   - Sharman-Crawford of Crawfordsburn, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Sharman-Crawford of Crawfordsburn and Rademon, Co. Down in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol II
   - See also: CRAWFORD

* SHAW-TAYLOR:

   - Shaw-Taylor of Castle Taylor, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: TAYLOR

* SHEANE:
   - Sheane in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* SHEE:

   - Shee, Sir Martin Archer Shee, President of the Royal Academy in: Burke's Commoners
   - Shee of Cloran, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Commoners
   - See also: O'SHEE

* SHEEDY:
   - Sheedy in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* SHERIDAN:

   - Sheridan of Ireland and America in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* SHELTON:
   - Shelton of Bruree House, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SHEPPARD:
   - Sheppard of Kilcunhanbeg (formerly called Clifton) in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SHERARD:
   - Lord Sherard, Co. Leitrim in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* SHERLOCK:
   - Sherlock of Rahan Lodge, King's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SHORE:
   - Shore, Baron Teignmouth in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* SHULDHAM:
   - Edmund Anderson Shuldham, Esq., of Dunmanway, Co. Cork in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol IV
   - Charlotte Katherine [Shuldham], Wife of Major-General Robert Unwin in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol IV
   -Shuldham of Dunmanway, Co. Cork in: Burke's Commoners
   - Shuldham of Moigh House, Ballymulvey, and Ballymahon, Co. Longford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SILVERTOP:

   - Silvertop, formerly McDonnell, of Brackney and Kilmore in Glens of Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SIMSON:
   - Francis Bruce Simson, Esq., of Broom Hill, Northants, J.P. in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol II

* SINCLAIR:

   - Sinclair of Holyhill and Bonnyglen, Inver, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Sinclair of Hopefield House, Belfast in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Sinclair (sometimes St. Clair) in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* SINGLETON:
   - Singleton of Aclare, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Singleton of Mell, Co. Louth in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Singleton of Quinville Abbey, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SINNOT:
   - Sinnot, Chiefs in Orgiall, or Ulster in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* SINNOTT:
   - Sinnott of Co. Wexford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* SIRR:
   - Pedigree of Sirr of Dublin in: Miscellanea Genealogica Vol V 3rd Series; followed by notes on Sirr, Sers, Sehrs, Seer, Seers
   - Henry Charles Sirr (soldier) (1764 - 1841) in: Irish Graves - Wikipedia

* SKEFFINGTON:
   - Skeffington, Viscount Massereene in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* SKELTON:
   - Skelton of Sleaty in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* SKERRETT:
   - Skerrett of Finavara in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Skerrett in: History of Galway

* SKIPWITH:
   - Skipwith of Virginia, USA in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* SLATTERY:
   - Slattery in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* SLATOR:

   - See: WILSON-SLATOR

* SLACKE:
   - Slacke, late of Ashleigh in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SLIGO:
   - For the Marquess of Sligo see: BROWNE - Wikipedia

* SMITH, SMYTH: The Smith family: being a popular account of most branches of the name

     however spelt-- from the fourteenth century downwards, with numerous pedigrees now published for the first time; Chapter on Irish Pedigrees includes
   - Smith, Later Cusac-Smith, Barts
   - The Smyths of Gaybrook and Ballynatray
   - Smyth of Durpark - Leitrim
   - Smith of Corballis
   - Smith of Belfast
   - Smith of Waterford
   - Smith of Monaghan
   - Smith of Masonbrook
   - Smith or Smyth of Limerick
   - Smith of Maine
   - Smyth of Ballygowan
   By Compton Reade (London, 1904) - OL
   - Smith, Baron Carrington in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Smith of Annesbrook, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Smith of Ballytracy, Co. Waterford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Smith, formerly of Glasshouse in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Smith in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* SMITH O'BRIEN:
   - Lord ClarendonGeorge William Frederick Villiers, Viceroy of Ireland who suppressed the late Irish convulsion and William Smith O'Brien, Nationalist and M.P. convicted of sedition, were cousins, (See also CRAWFORD) in: St. James's Magazine Vol I
   - Clarendon in Wikipedia
   - O'Brien in Wikipedia

* SMITHWICK:

   - Smithwick of Ballyngawsey, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Smithwick of Youghal, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SMYLY:
   - Philip Crampton Smyly, M.D. [p. 469] in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol III
   - Smyly of Camus and Castlederg, Co. Tyrone in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SMYTH:
   - Smyth of Ardmore House, Co. Londonderry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Smyth of Ballyntray, Co. Waterford in pedigree of Adelaide, wife of H.E.C. Otway, Esq. in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol II
   - Smyth of Ballynatray, Co. Waterford and More Park, Kilworth, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Smyth of Ballynegall, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Smyth of Drumcree, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Smyth of Duneira, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Smyth of Gaybrook, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Smyth of Glananea, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Smyth of Headborough and Monatrea, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Smyth of Masonbrook, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Smyth of Mount Henry, Queen's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SMYTHE:
   - Smythe, Viscount Strangford in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Smythe of Barbavilla, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V [p. 21]

* SNOW:
   - Snow of Co. Kilkenny in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* SOLLY-FLOOD:
   - Solly-Flood of Ballynaslaney House, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SOMERVILLE:
   - Baron Athlumney of Somerville and Dollardstown in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I - Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol IV
   - Somerville of Clermont, Co. Wicklow in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol I
   - Somerville of Drishane, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SOTHEREN:

   - Sotheren of Cloonderigmoyle from "Will Books" by J. Bernard Burke, Ulster in: Miscellanea Genealogica - Vol I

* SOUTHWELL:
   - Viscount Southwell in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* SPAIGHT:
   - See: GARTSIDE-SPAIGHT

* SPEDDING:
   - Spedding of Ballynamudagh, Co. Wicklow [p. 41] in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V

* SPEER:

   - Speer of Balnasaggart and Tullybryan, Co. Tyrone in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* SPELLAN:
   - Spellan in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* SPILLANE:

   - Spillane in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* SPINKS:

   - Spinks, formerly of Mount Nugent, Co. Cavan in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* SPRATT:
   - Spratt of Pencil Hill, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* STACK:
   - Stack of Nedsherry, Co. Fermanagh in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* STACPOOLE:
   - Stacpoole of Eden Vale, and Strasburgh, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol I

* STAFFORD:

   - Sir Edward William Stafford, K.C.M.G., G.C.M.G. of Maine, Co. Louth and Landsdowne, Christchurch, New Zealand in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I
   - Stafford of Maine, Co. Louth and Landsdowne, Christchurch, New Zealand in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Stafford of Co. Wexford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* STAFFORD-KING-HARMAN:

   - Stafford-King-Harman of Rockingham, Co. Roscommon in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: HARMAN, KING-HARMAN, KING

* STANE:
   - Stane of Forrest Hall, Co. of Essex, England in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* STANDISH:
   - Millicent Anne Standish, dau. of Richard Joseph Langford Standish of Frankfort and Clin Lodge, Co. Limerick in the pedigree of Cox of Fernside, Rylstone, New South Wales in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I

* STANNUS:

   - Stannus of Carlingford, Co. Louth and the Elms, Portarlington, Queen's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* STAUNTON:
   - See: LYNCH-STAUNTON

* STAVELEY: The Stavely Family
   - Pedigree of Staveleys of Antrim p.4
   - Pedigree of Staveleys of Cork p. 21
   By Frederick W. Stavely (1969) - FHB

* STAWELL:
   - Stawell of Coolmain, and of Kilbrittain and Lisnegar, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Stawell of Crobeg, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* STEPHENS-TOWNSHEND:
    - of Castle Townshend, Co. Cork - Geraldine Henrietta Townshend Mundy, Wife of Pierreport Henry Mundy, Major-Genl. Late R.H.A. and Alice Gertrude Townshend Vernon, Wife of the Hon. and Rev. Courtenay John Vernon in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol II

* STERNE:

   - Family of Laurence Sterne b. Clonmel, 1713 in: The Patrician Vol III

* STEWART:

   - Stewart, Marquess and Earl of Londonderry in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Alexander John Robert Stewart, Esq., of Ards, 20th in a direct descent from Edward I, King of England in: Burke's Royal Descents - His father Alexander Robert Stewart, M.P. in: Wikipedia
   - Frederick William Robert Stewart, Marquess of Londonderry, K.P. in a pedigree of John Stuart, Earl of Darnley in: Burke's Royal Descents - Marquess of Londonderry in: Wikipedia
   - Stewart, Earl of Castle Stewart in: Betham's Sovereigns - Debrett's PeerageO'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I - O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - Wikipedia
   - Stewart of Ards, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Stewart of Ballymenagh, Co. Tyrone in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Stewart of Baltimore in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Stewart, High Stewards of Scotland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Stewart of Horn Head, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Stewart of St. Helen's in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Stewart of Summerhill, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - For Chief of the House of Stewart see: NAPIER

* STEWART-HANNA:

   - Stewart-Hanna in: Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
     See also: HANNA

* STOKES:
   - Stokes of Mounthawk, Co. Kerry in: American Family Antiquity - Vol I - Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* STONEY:

   - Stoney of The Downs, Co. Wicklow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandCrisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol II
   - See also: BUTLER-STONEY

* STOPFORD:
   - Stopford, Earl of Courtown in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* STOREY:
   - Storey of Corick, Co. Tyrone in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* STORY:
   - Story of Bingfield, Co. Cavan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* STOUGHTON:
   - Thomas Anthony Stoughton, Esq., of Ballyhorgon, Co. Kerry, 19th in a direct descent from Edward I, King of England in: Burke's Royal Descents
   - Stoughton of Owlpen, Co. Gloucester and Ballyhorgan, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* STRANGMAN:
   - Strangman Pedigree, connection of the Barringtons of Glendruid (p.250) in: Amy Barrington

* STRATFORD:
   - John Stratford was created Baron Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow in 1763, Viscount Aldborough of Belan, Co. Kildare in 1776, Viscount Amiens and Earl of Aldborough of the Palatinate of Upper Ormond in 1777, in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I - Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* STUBBER:

   - See: HAMILTON-STUBBER

* STUBBS:
   - Stubbs of Danby, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandCrisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol I
   - Stubbs of Fortwilliam, Finglas and Ballyboden, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* STUDDERT:

   - Studdert of Bunratty Castle, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* STUDHOLME:
   - Studholme of Merevale, Christchurch, and Coldstream, Ashburton Co., Canterbury, New Zealand; descent from Joseph Studholme of Ballyeighan and Kilmaine, King's County in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I
   - Studholme of Ballyeighan and Kilmaine, King's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* STYLE:

   - Charles Style, Esq., b. 1777, of Glenmore Stranolar, Co. Donegal in a pedigree of William Henry Marsham Style, Esq. - all Souls' College - Founders' Kin in: Burke's Royal Descents

* SULLIVAN:

   - Frederic Sullivan (or O'Sullivan), Esq., of Jamaica in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol I  - His father John Sullivan, M.P. (1749 - 1839) of Richings Park, Buckinghamshire, son of Benjamin Sullivan of Dromeragh, Co. Cork and Bridget Limric of Schull, Co. Cork in: The History of Parliament
   - Sullivan of Curramore, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Sullivan of Longtown, Co. Kildare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Sullivan of Richings Lodge, Colnbrook, Bucks. in: Burke's Commoners
   - Sullivan of Tullilease House, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Sullivan in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - See also: O'SULLIVAN

* SUTTON:

   - Sutton of Ballykeerogue, Co. Wexford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Sutton of Tipper, Co. Kildare in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* SWANZY:
   - Swanzy of Abelreagh, Co. Monaghan [p. 44] in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V
   - Swanzy of Newry, Co. Armagh in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol IV

* SWEENY:

   - Sweeny of Connaught in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Sweeny of Clanrickard in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Sweeny or Swyny of Kinsale, and West Bandon, Co. Cork in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Sweeny of Redwing, Minnesota, U.S.A. in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Sweeny of Thomond in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* SWIFTE:
   - Swifte of Swiftsheath and Foulksrath Castle, Co. Kilkenny and Lionsden, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SWYNY:
   - Sweeny or Swyny of Kinsale, and West Bandon, Co. Cork in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* SYNGE:
   - Synge of Glanmore Castle in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* SYNNOT:
   - See: HART-SYNNOT

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* TAAFFE:
   - Taaffe, Viscount Taaffe in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Taaffe of Smarmore Castle and Glenkeiran, Co. Louth in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandCrisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V [p. 118]
   - Taaffe of Cos. Louth and Sligo in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* TABUTEAU-HERRICK:

   - Tabuteau-Herrick of Shippool, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: HERRICK

* TALBOT:
   - Talbot, Duke and Earl of Tyrconnell in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Talbot, Earl of Wexford and Waterford in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Talbot of Castle Talbot, Co. Wexford in: Burke's CommonersBurke's Landed Gentry of Ireland -  Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V [p. 135]
   - Talbot of Mount Talbot, Co. Roscommon in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Talbot of Talbot Hall, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Commoners

* TALBOT-CROSBIE:

   - Talbot-Crosbie of Ardfert Abbey, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TALBOT-PONSONBY:
   - Talbot-Ponsonby of Inchiquin, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TARLETON:
   - Tarleton of Killeigh and Fenter, King's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TAVNEY:
   - Tavney in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* TAYLOR:

   - Taylor of Ardgillan Castle, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Taylor of Ballinure, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Taylor of Ballyhaise, Co. Cavan in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Taylor of Swords, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Seats and Arms 2nd Ser. Vol II
   - Taylor of Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - See also: SHAW-TAYLOR

* TAYLOUR:

   - Taylour, Marquess of Headfort in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* TEELING:
   - Burke of Ower (now Teeling) in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TEMPLE:

   - Temple, Earl Nugent in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Temple, Viscount Palmerston in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* TENISON:
   - Tenison of Loughbawn, Co. Monaghan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TENNENT:
   - See EMERSON-TENNENT

* THACKWELL:
   - Thackwell of Aghada Hall, Co. Cork and Wynstone Place, Gloucestershire in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* THOMPSON:
   - Thompson of Altanveigh, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Thompson of Clonfin, Co. Longford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Thompson of Kilcoke, Queen's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Thompson of Rathnally and Ross, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* THORPE:
   - Charles William Thorp, F.R.C.S.I., M.D. in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol IV

* THUNDER:

   - Thunder of Lagore, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* THUROT:
   - Thurot in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* TICKELL:
   - Tickell of Carnolway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TIGHE:
   - Very Rev. Hugh Usher Tighe, Dean of Ardagh of Mitchelstown, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Seats and Arms 2nd Ser. Vol II
   - Tighe of The Heath, Co. Mayo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Tighe of Mitchelstown, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's CommonersBurke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Tighe of Woodstock, Co. Kilkenny in: Burke's CommonersBurke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: BUNBURY-TIGHE

* TILLIE:

   - Tillie of Duncreggan House, Co. Londonderry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TIMS:
   - Tims of Ireland and Queensland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* TIRRELL:
   - Tirrell of Brenockstown, Co. Westmeath in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Tirrell of Caverstown, Co. Westmeath in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Tirrell of Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* TISDALL:
   - Tisdall of Charlesfort, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TOBIN:
   - Tobin of Kelaghy, Co. Tipperary in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Tobin of Tipperary and Kilkenny in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* TODD:
   - Todd of Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* TODD-THORNTON:
   - Todd-Thornton of Westbrook, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TOLER:
   - Toler, Baroness Norwood in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Toler, Lord Norbury, Baron Norbury of Ballyorenode, Co. Tipperary in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* TOOLE:
   - Toole of Maguiresbridge, Co. Fermanagh in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* TONSON:
   - Tonson, Baron Riversdale of Rathcormac, Co. Cork in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* TORRENS:
   - Torrens of Edenmore, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Torrens of Rosstulla, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Torrens of Somerset, Co. Londonderry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TOTTENHAM:
   - Tottenham of Ballycurry, Co. Wicklow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Tottenham of Tottenham Green, Co. Wexford and Woodstock, Co. Wicklow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Tottenham of Tudenham Park, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TOWNSHEND:
   - Townshend of Ballinagorna, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Townshend, late of Castle Townshend, Co. Cork x2 in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Townshend of Garrycloyne Castle, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Townshend of Myross Wood and Derry, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Townshend of St. Kames Island, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: STEPHENS-TOWNSHEND

* TRACEY:

   - Tracey of Munster in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* TRAILL:

   - Traill of Ballylough House, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TRANT:
   - Trant of Dovea, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TRAVERS:
   - Travers of Co. Cork (B63) in: Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica

* TREDENNICK:
   - Tredennick of Camlin, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TRENCH:
   - Frederic Trench of Woodlawn (formerly called Moate), Kilconnel, Co. Galway created Baron Ashtown of Moate in 1800 in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I - Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Trench of Clonfert, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Trench of Glenmalyre, Queen's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Trench of Redwood, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: LE POER TRENCH

* TRUELL:

   - Truell of Clonmannon, Co. Wicklow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TUCHET:
   - Geroge Tuchet, Lord Audley, created Baron Audley of Orier, Co. Armagh and Earl of Castlehaven, Co. Cork in 1616, in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I

* TUITE:

   - Tuite of Killeen, Co. Longford and Cloone, Co. Cavan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Tuite of Sonnagh, Co. Westmeath in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* TULLOCH:
   - See FRANCE-LUSHINGTON-TULLOCH

* TURNLY:
   - Turnly of Drumnasole, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TURNOUR:
   - Turnour, Earl of Winterton in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* TUTHILL:
   - Tuthill, formerly of Kilmore, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol I

* TWEEDY:

   - Tweedy of Cloonamahon, Co. Sligo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TWIGG:
   - Twigg, formerly of Thorndale in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TWISS:
   - Twiss of Birdhill House, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - For Margaret Ormsby [née Twiss], wife of Richard Robert Fulton, Esq. see: FULTON

* TYNDALL:

   - Tyndall of Ballyanne House and Berkeley Forest, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Tyndall of Oaklands, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TYNTE:
   - Tynte of Tynte Park and Saunders Grove, Co. Wicklow and Tynte Lodge, Co. Leitrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* TYRRELL:
   - A Genealogical History of the Tyrrells
   sometime of the French Vexin, Poix in Picardy, Guernanville in Normandy, Laingaham in Essex, Kingsworty and Avon Tyrrell in Hampshire; Castleknock in Co. Dublin, Fertullagh in Co. Westmeath; and now of Grange Castle, Co. Kildare; Clonard, Co. Meath and elsewhere. With Pedigrees from B.C. 443 to the present day
     By Joseph Henry Tyrrell (100 copies privately printed, Twickenham, 1904) - FHB
   - Further Genealogical Notes on the Tyrrell-Terrell Family of Virginia
     some references to Tyrrell in Ireland and to the J. H. Tyrrell's book (above)
     By Edwin H. Terrell (2nd Ed. San Antonio, Texas, 1909 - OL

U
* UÍ BRIÚIN:
   - The Ui Briuin of Umall (Table XIII) in: History of MayoUí Briúin in: Wikipedia

* UNIACKE:
   - From Richard John Uniacke of Mount Uniacke, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 4th son of Norman Uniacke of Castletown, Co. Cork [p. 82] in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V
   - Uniacke of Castletown, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Uniacke of Mount Uniacke, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* UNWIN:

   - For Charlotte Katherine [née Shuldham], Wife of Major-General Robert Unwin see: SHULDHAM

* UPHAM:
   - Upham in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* UPTON:
   - Upton, Viscount Templetown in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Upton of Coolatore, Moate, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* URQUHART:
   - See: POLLARD-URQUHART

* USSHER:
   - Ussher of Cappagh House, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Ussher of Eastwell, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

 van
* VAN REED
   - Godard van Reed of Utrecht created Baron of Aghrim, Co. Galway and Earl of Athlone, Co. Roscommon in 1691/2 in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I

von

* VON STIEGLITZ
   - von Stieglitz of Brisbane - Edgar Boyne von Stieglitz of Wambo, Brisbane, Queensland, descent from Heinrich Ludwig, Baron von Stieglitz of Gortalowny House, Cookstown, Co. Tyrone in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I


V
* VANCE:
   - Vance of Coagh, Co. Tyrone; and of Antrim in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Vance of Co. Dublin in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Vance of Dungannon, Compiled by William J. Simpson, Belfast in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* VANDELEUR:
   - Vandeleur of Kilrush and Cahiracon, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: BAYLY-VANDELEUR

* VANNECK:
   - Vanneck, Baron Huntingfield in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* VAUGHAN:
   - Vaughan of Quilly, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See: LLOYD-VAUGHAN

* VENABLES:
   - See: WHYTE-VENABLES

* VERA-O'SULLIVAN:
   - Vera-O'Sullivan of Cappanacusha Castle, near Kenmare, Co. Kerry in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Vera-O'Sullivan of Cappanacusha Castle, near Kenmare, Co. Kerry - Junior Branch in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* VERDON:

   - Verdon of Melbourne and Upper Macedon, Victoria, Australia, Hon. Sir George Frederic Verdon, K.C.M.G., C.B., F.R.S., descent from John de Verdon who was slain in Ireland 1278 in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I

* VEREKER:

   - Vereker, Viscount Gort in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* VERNER:
   - Verner of Church Hill, Co. Armagh in: Burke's Commoners

* VERNON:
   - Vernon of Ballyhugh, Co. Cavan in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Vernon of Clontarf Castle, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland -  O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Vernon of Coldstream - Forbes George Vernon, Esq., of Coldstream Okanagan and of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, b. at Clontarf Castle, Dublin, 1843 in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I
   - Vernon of Erne Hill, Co. Cavan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - For Alice Gertrude Townshend Vernon, Wife of the Hon. and Rev. Courtenay John Vernon see: STEPHENS-TOWNSHEND

* VERSCHOYLE:

   - Verschoyle of Castleshanaghan, Ballybodonnell and Dunkineely, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Verschoyle of Kilberry, Co. Kildare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: GOOLD-VERSCHOYLE

* VESEY:
   - John [Vesey], 2nd Viscount de Vesci, 18th in direct descent from Henry III, King of England in: Burke's Royal Descents
   - Vesey, Viscount De Vesci in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Newton (now Vesey) of Dunleckney Manor, Co. Carlow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Vesey of Derrabard, Co. Tyrone in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: COLTHURST-VESEY

* VIGORS:
   - Vigors of Burgage, Co. Carlow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandCrisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol I

* VILLIERS:

   - Pedigree of Villiers of Danbury, Co. Stafford [England] and of Kilpeacon, Co. Limerick in: Miscellanea Genealogica Vol II 4th Series
   - See also: CHILD-VILLIERS

* VILLIERS-STUART:

   - Villiers-Stuart of Castletown and Castlane, Co. Kilkenny in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Villiers-Stuart of Dromana, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* VINCENT:
   - Pedigree of Vincent and Blackall - Richard Vincent, Rector of Donamore, Co. Tyrone; John Blackall of Englishtown, Co. Armagh; also Vincent and Blackall Wills in: Miscellanea Genealogica - Vol IV, 3rd Series
   - Vincent of Summerhill, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

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* WADE:
   - Wade of Carrowmore, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Wade of Clonebraney, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol IV

* WADDY:

   - Waddy of Clougheast Castle, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Seats and Arms 2nd Ser. Vol II

* WAGGETT:

   - Waggett of Cork in: Miscellanea Genealogica - Vol III

* WAITHMAN:
   - Waithman of Moyne Park, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WAKEFIELD:
   - Wakefield Pedigree, connection of the Barringtons of Glendruid (p.278) in: Amy Barrington

* WAKELY:
   - Wakely of Ballyburly, King's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* WALDEGRAVE:
   - Waldegrave, Baron Radstock of Castletown, Queen's Co. in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* WALDRON:
   - Waldron of Helen Park, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WALDRON-HAMILTON:
   - Waldron-Hamilton of Ashfort House, Co. Roscommon in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also HAMILTON

* WALKER:
   - Walker of Tykillen, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WALL:
   - Wall of West Muscry, Co. Cork in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* WALLACE:
   - Wallace of Ardnamona, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Wallace of Myra Castle, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Wallace of Ravara, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WALLER:
   - From Richard Waller of Castle Waller, Co. Tipperary, officer in Cromwell's Army, 1641,  in: Burke's Seats and Arms 2nd Ser. Vol II
   - Waller of Allenstown, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Waller of Castletown and Castle Gray, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Waller of Prior Park, and Luska, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Waller of Rockvale, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WALLIS:

   - Wallis, late of Drishane Castle, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Wallis of Killeny, Queen's Co. in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* WALLIS-HEALY:
   - Wallis-Healy of Co. Dublin in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* WALSH:
   - Walsh of Fanningstown, Co. Kilkenny in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Walsh of Laragh, Co. Cavan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Walsh of Mul Hussey, Co. Roscommon in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Walsh of the Walsh Mountains, Co. Kerry in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* WANDESFORDE:
   - Wandesforde of Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny and Kirklington, Hipswell and Hudswell, Co. York in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WARBURTON:
   - Warburton of Garryhinch, King's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WARD:
   - Bernard Ward of Bangor, Co. Down created Baron Bangor in 1770, Viscount Bangor of Castle Ward in 1781in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I - Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Ward of Bangor Castle, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland 
   - Ward of Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* WARING:

   - Waring of Waringstown, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland 

* WARREN:
   - Warren of the English Pale, Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Warren of Co. Down in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - Corrigenda et Addenda
   - Warren of Killiney Castle, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Seats and Arms 2nd Ser. Vol II
   - Warren of Lodge Park, Co. Kilkenny in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland 
   - Warren of Rathfarnham Park, Co. Dublin and Ballydonarea, Co. Wicklow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland 

* WATSON:
   - Watson of Ballingarrane, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland 
   - Watson of Glanworth, Darling Point Sydney, New South Wales - Hon. James Watson, b. Portadown, Co. Armagh, 1836 in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I

* WATT:

   - Watt of Thorn Hill, Co. Londonderry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland 

* WEBB:
   - Webb, connected with the Society of Friends in Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Webb of Kilmore, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland 
   - Webb of Webbsborough, Co. Kilkenny in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland 

* WEBBER:
   - Webber, late of Leekfield, Co. Sligo, and now of Kellavil, Queen's Co., and Mitchelstown Castle, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland 

* WEIR:
   - Weir, late of Hall Craig in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland 

* WELD:
   See: CORNWALL-BRADY-HARTSTONGE-WELD

* WELLESLEY:
   - Wellesley, Marquess Wellesley of Narragh in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Wellesley of Dangan, Co. Meath in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* WELSTED:
   - See: PENROSE-WELSTED

* WENTWORTH:
   - Fitzwilliam Wentworth, Esq., of Vaucluse, Sydney, New South Wales descended from Darcy Wentworth, Esq., living near Portadown, Co. Armagh, 1747 in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I

* WEST:

   - The Wests of Ballydugan, Co. Down; The Rock, Co. Wicklow and Ashwood, Co. Wexford in: Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Vol XII; continued p. 159 (pedigree)
     By Edward Parkinson (Belfast, 1906) - OL
   - West from Matthew West of Ederney, Co. Fermanagh and Harcourt St., Dublin in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol IV
   - West of Co. Wexford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - West of White Park in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WEST-ERSKINE:
   - West-Erskine of Hindmarch Island, South Australia, Hon. William Alexander Erskine West-Erskine who changed his name by Royal Licence from William Alexander Erskine West son of Rev. William James West, M.A. rector of Delgany, Co. Wicklow in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I

* WESTBY:

   - Edward Perceval Westby, Esq., of Roebuck Castle, Co. Dublin in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol I
   - Westby, of High Park, Co. Wicklow in: Burke's Commoners - Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol I
   - Westby of Roebuck Castle, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Westby of Thornhill, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Commoners

* WESTENRA:
   - Westenra, Baron Rossmore of Monaghan in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* WESTROPP:
   - Westropp of Attyflin, Patrick's Well, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Westropp of Ballyvolane, Co. Cork in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol II

* WESTROPP-DAWSON:
   - Westropp-Dawson of Charlesfort, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WHEELER:

   - See: DE COURCY-WHEELER

* WHITE:
   - Henry White was created Baron Annaly of Annaly and Rathcline, Co. Longford in 1863 in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I
 - Richard White was created Baron Bantry, Co. Cork in 1797, Viscount Bantry in 1800, Viscount Berehaven and Earl of Bantry in 1816, in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I - Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - White of Charleville, Roscrea in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - White of Cloone Grange, Co. Leitrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - White of Charleville, Roscrea in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - White of Gracefield, Queen's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - White of Kilbyrne, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - White of Limerick in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - White of Lough Eske Castle, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol II
   - White of Mount Sion, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - White of White Hall, Co. Leitrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - White in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - See also: BARRINGTON-WHITE; JERVIS-WHITE; LEIGH-WHITE

* WHITLA:
   - Whitla of Ben Eadan, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandCrisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol I


* WHITNEY:
   - Whitney of Brayfort, Bray, Co. Wicklow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: FETHERSTONHAUGH-WHITNEY

* WHITWORTH:
   - Baron Whitworth of Galway in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* WHYTE:
   - Colonel [John James] Whyte of New-town Manor, Co. Leitrim 16th in a direct descent from Edward III, King of England in: Burke's Royal Descents
   - Whyte of Loughbrickland, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Whyte of Newtown Manor and Hatley Manor, Co. Leitrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WHYTE-VENABLES:
   - Whyte-Venables of Redhills, Co. Cavan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WIGHT:
   - Family of Wight of Wightfield in: Burke's Commoners

* WILLINGTON:
   - Willington of St. Kierans, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WILLS-SANDFORD:
   - Wills-Sandford of Willsgrove and Castlerea, Co. Roscommon in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: SANDFORD

* WILMER:
   - From Nathaniel Wilmer, d. Cashel, 1654 in: Pedigree Register Vol III [p. 24, continued p. 55]

* WILMOT-CHETWODE:
   - Wilmot-Chetwode of Woodbrook, Queen's Co. in Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland



* WILSON:
   - Descent from The Rev. Hugh Wilson d. 1735 in: The Pedigree Register Vol I
   - Wilson of Currygrane, Co. Longford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol IV
   - Wilson of Daramona House, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Wilson of Ercildonne, Anakie, Victoria, Australia - Sir Samuel Wilson, Knight, b. Ballycloughan, Co. Antrim, 1832 in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I
   - Wilson of Maryville and Cranmore, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WILSON-FITZGERALD:
   - Wilson-Fitzgerald of the Little Island, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WILSON-SLATOR:
   - Wilson-Slator of White Hill, Co. Longford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WINGFIELD:
   - Wingfield, Viscount Powerscourt in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol I - Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* WINN:

   - Winn, Lord Headly, Baron Allanson and Winn of Aghadoe, Co. Kerry in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* WINSLOW:
   - Winslow of New Brunswick in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* WINTER:
   - Winter of Agher, Co. Meath and Lisnabin, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's CommonersBurke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Purdon, now Winter, of Lisnabin, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WOGAN:
   - Wogan of Co. Kildare in: O'Hart's Irish Pedgrees Vol II

* WOGAN-BROWNE:
   - Wogan-Browne of Castle Browne in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WOLFE:

   - Wolfe, Viscount Kilwarden in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Wolfe of Forenaghts, and Bishopsland, Co. Kildare and Acomb Priory, Co. York in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WOLSELEY:
   - The Descent of Gen. Lord Wolseley, G.C.B., G.C.M.G. [Garnet Joseph Wolseley] - his parents of Goldenbridge House, Dublin; his brother Richard Wolseley of Nova Scotia; his brother Frederick York Wolseley of New South Wales; ancestry includes Elizabeth de Burgh who d. 1363 - who was heir to the Earl of Ulster; English Wolseley families also given in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol I - Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol II
   - Wolseley of Mount Wolseley, (formerly Mount Arran) Co. Carlow in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol I

* WOLVERSTON:

   - Wolverston in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* WOOD-MARTIN:
   - Wood-Martin of Cleveragh, Co. Sligo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WOODLEY:
   - Woodley of Leades House, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WOODS:
   - Woods of Milverton Hall, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WOOLSEY:
   - Woolsey of Milestown, Co. Louth in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WOULFE:
   - Woulfe of Tiermaclane, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WRENCH:
   - Wrench of Killacoona in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WRIGHT:
   - Wright of Kilnacloy, Co. Monaghan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WRIXON:
   - Wrixon of Raheen, Studley Park-road, Kew, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Hon Henry John Wrixon, b. Dublin 1839 in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I

* WYBRANTS:
   - Wybrants of the City of Dublin, formerly of Antwerp in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* WYNN:
   - Wynn, Baron Newborough in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* WYNNE:
   - Wynne, now Perceval, of Hazlewood, Co. Sligo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* WYSE:
   - Wyse of the Manor of St. John's, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

YZ
* YELVERTON:
   - Yelverton, Viscount Avonmore in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Barry Yelverton created Lord Yelverton, Baron Avonmore, Co. Cork in 1795 in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I

* YOUDE-LLOYD:

   - Julia Youde Lloyd, heiress of Clochfain, 18th in a direct descent from Edward III, King of England; also descent from Sitric II, King of Dublin and Northumbria in: Burke's Royal Descents

* YOUNG:
   - Female Descents: Kathleen Young, dau of John Ffolliott Young of Co. Donegal in: The Pedigree Register Vol II
   - Young of Annahilla, Co. Tyrone in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II


   - Young of Brockley Park, Stradbally, Queen's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Young of Coolkeiragh, Co. Londonderry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Young of Culdaff House, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland


   - Young of Galgorm, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland


   - Young of Harristown, Co. Roscommon in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland


Pedigree extracts from:
- American Family Antiquity Vol IVol IIVol III by Albert Welles (New York, 1880 - 1881) - OL
- Amy Barrington = The Barringtons - A Family History by Amy Barrington (for private circulation, Dublin, 1917) - FHB
- The Ancestor (London, 1904)
- Betham's Sovereigns = Genealogical Tables of the Sovereigns of the World' by the Rev. William Betham (London, 1795) - OL - William Betham in: Wikipedia
- Burke's Colonial Gentry = A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Colonial Gentry Vol I by Sir Bernard Burke, C.B., LL.D. Ulster King of Arms (London, 1891) - OL
- Burke's Commoners = A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry or, Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland... By John Burke, Esq. Vol I 1837 - Vol III 1836Vol IV 1838
Burke's Family Records = Family Records A - K by Ashworth P. Burke (London, 1897) - OL
- Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Ireland by Sir Bernard Burke, C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms (London, 1912) - OL
- Burke's Royal Descents = Royal Descents and Pedigrees of Founders' Kin by Sir Bernard Burke, Ulster King of Arms (London, 1858) - IA
- Burke's Seats and Arms = A Visitation of The Seats and Arms of the Noblemen and Gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland 2nd Series, Vol IVol II by Sir Bernard Burke (London, 1855) - OL
- Cokayne's Peerage = The Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant Extinct or Dormant Vol I by G.E.C. (George Edward Cokayne), Ed. by The Hon. Vicary Gibbs (Revised, London, 1910) - OL
- Collectanea = Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica Vol V (London, 1838) - IA
- Crisp's Visitation of England and Wales - Visitation of England and Wales Vol VVol XI by Joseph Jackson Howard, LL.D. and Frederick Arthur Crisp (Privately printed, London, 1897 - 1903) - OL
- Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Visitation of IrelandVol IVol IIVol IVVol V ed. by Joseph Jackson Howard, LL.D., Maltravers Herald Extraordinary, and Frederick Arthur Crisp (Privately Printed, 250 copies, London, 1897) - IA
 - Debrett's Peerage = Section on Ireland in 'The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland' - Vol II (London, 1820) - IA
- DNB = Dictionary of National Biography (London, 1895 - 1900) - Wikisource
- Foster's Noble and Gentle Families = The Royal Lineage of Our Noble and Gentle Families Vol IVol IIVol III, Vol IV by Joseph Foster (Printed privately, London, Aylesbury, 1883 - 1886) - IA, OL, FHB
- The Genealogist Vol IVol II Vol III ed. by George W. Marshall, LL.D. (London, 1877 - 1879) - IA
- History of Antigua = The History of the Island of Antigua Vol I by Vere Langford Oliver (London, 1894) - OL
- The History and Antiquities of the County of Buckingham (England) Vol I by George Lipscomb, Esq., M.D. (London, 1847) - OL
History of Galway = The History of the Town and County of the Town of Galway by James Hardiman, Esq. (Dublin, 1820 - OL
History of Mayo = 'History of the County of Mayo to the Close of the Sixteenth CenturyBy Hubert Thomas Knox, M.R.I.A., F.R.S.A.I. (Dublin, 1908) - OL
The History and Topography of County Clare by James Frost, M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1893) - OL
- Irish Emigration Database - website
- The Irish Genealogist
- Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society
- Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society
- Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland
- O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees = Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation by John O'Hart (New York, 1915) - OL
Life of Daniel O'Connell, The Liberator by Sister M.F. Cusack (New York, 1872) - OL
- Limerick Local Studies = Limerick City Council, Local Studies
- Miscellanea Genealogica = Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica by Joseph J. Howard, W. Bruce Bannerman, F.S.A. (London, 1874 -1908) - OL
- Miscellaneous Biographies
- The Patrician Vol IVol II Vol III by John Burke, Esq. (London, 1846 - 1847) - OL
- The Pedigree Register Vol I (London 1907 - 1910) Vol II (1910 - 1913) Vol III (1913 - 1916) ed. by George Sherwood - IA
Pedigrees made at the Visitation of Cheshire (England) 1613 by Sir George J. Armytage, Bart., F.S.A.; J. Paul Rylands, Esq., F.S.A. (London, 1909) - IA
The Royal Lineage of Our Noble and Gentle Families Vol I Vol II Vol III Vol IV by Joseph Foster (Privately Printed, London, Aylesbury, 1883 -1886) - IA, OL, FHB
- RSAI Journal
- St. James's Magazine The St. James's Magazine and Heraldic and Historical Register Vol I Ed. by J. Bernard Burke, Esq. (London, 1850) - IA
Topographer and Genealogist - Vol IIVol III Ed. by John Gough Nichols, F.S.A.; Richard Caulfield, B.A. (London, 1853 - 1858) - OL
- Ulster Ancestry - website
- Ulster Journal of Archaeology (Belfast, 1853 - 1898) - IA, OL
Visitation of Ireland - pedigrees, index, by Joseph Jackson Howard Vol IVol IIVol IVVol V, (Printed Privately, 250 copies each, London, 1897 - 1911) - OL
- Wikipedia

Note: The expression 'Pedigree from..' indicates the first person in the pedigree; 'Pedigree of...' is the last person in the pedigree

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