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IRISH PEDIGREES A - C:

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* ABRAHAM
   - Abraham Family and Pedigree, connection of the Barringtons of Glendruid (p.244) in: Amy Barrington

* ACHESON:
   - Gosford - The Right Hon. Archibald Acheson, Earl of Gosford, Viscount Gosford of Market Hill in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol IV - Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - A Scottish Family in Ireland - The Achesons in: The Pedigree Register Vol II - Continued
   - Acheson in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* ACHMUTY:
   - Achmuty or Auchmuty of Brianstown, Co. Longford in: Burke's Commoners

* ACTON:
   - Acton of Kilmacurragh in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Acton (surname) in: Wikipedia

* ADAMS:

   - Adams of Northlands, Co. Cavan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Adams (surname) in: Wikipedia

* AGAR:

   - Agar, Earl of Normanton in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* AGNEW:
   - Agnew in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* AIKINS:

   - Aikins of Toronto and Winnipeg, Hon. James Cox Aikins, lieutenant-governor of Manitoba son of  James Aikins. Esq. of Peel, Ontario, b. Co. Monaghan, 1779 in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I
   - Atkins of Firville, Co. Cork in: Burke's Commoners

* ALCOCK:

   - Alcock in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Alcock of Co. Waterford in: Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* ALDWORTH:
   - Collins (now Aldworth) of Ardnalee, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* ALEXANDER:
   - Alexander, Earl of Caledon in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* ALLEN:
   - John Allen of Stillorgan, Co. Dublin was created Baron Allen of Stillorgan and Viscount Allen of Co. Kildare, in 1717 in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I - Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Allen in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Allen from John Allen of Rathlumney in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* ALTHAM:
   - For Baron Altham see: ANNESLEY
   - Baron Altham in: Wikipedia

* ANKETEL:

   - Anketel of Anketel Grove, Co. Monaghan in: Burke's Commoners

* ANKETILL:
   - Anketill in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* ANNESLEY:
   - Annesley, Earl of Annesley in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - The Rt. Hon. Richard Annesley, Viscount Glerawly of Co. Fermanagh in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol IV
   - William Annesley of Castlewellan, Kilmegan, Co. Down was created Baron Annesley in 1758, Viscount Glerawly of Co. Fermanagh in 1766 in: Cokayne's Peerage
   - Annesley, Earl of Mountnorris in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - The Hon. Altham Annesley was created Baron Altham of Co. Cork in 1680/1 in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I (other titles in this family include Earl of Anglesey, Viscount Valentia, Baron Mountnorris)

* ANTHONY:
   - Anthony in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* ARCHDALE:
   - Archdale of Castle Archdale, Co. Fermanagh in: Burke's Commoners

* ARMSTRONG:
   - Armstrong of Ballycumber, King's County in: Burke's Commoners
   - Armstrong of Castle Iver, King's County in: Burke's Commoners
   - Armstrong of Gallen, King's County in: Burke's Commoners
   - Armstrong of Garry Castle House, King's County in: Burke's Commoners
   - Armstrong in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - For Heaton-Armstrong of Roscrea, King's County see: HEATON

* ARUNDEL:
   - See: MONCKTON-ARUNDEL

* ARUNDELL:
   - Arundell in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* ASH:
   - Ash in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* ASHE:
   - Ashe of Ashfield, Co. Meath in: Burke's Commoners

* ATKINSON:
   - Atkinson of Cangort, Atkinson of Ballynewry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Atkinson of Mansfield, Dinwiddie County, Virginia in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Atkinson (surname) in: Wikipedia

* ATHY:
   - Athy in: History of Galway

* ATKINS:
   - Atkins of Ballinard, Co. Cork in: Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* AUCHMUTY:
   - See: ACHMUTY

* AYLMER:
   - Matthew Aylmer created Lord Aylmer, Baron of Balrath, Co. Meath in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I - Debrett's PeerageWikipedia
   - Sir Gerald George Aylmer, Bart., of Donadea Castle, direct descent from Edward I, King of England in: Burke's Royal Descents
   - Aylmer of Courtown, Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Hendrick-Aylmer of Kerdiffstown in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Aylmer of Walworth Castle, Co. of Durham in: Burke's Commoners
   - The Aylmer Family of England and Ireland in: Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica - Additional Notes
   - Aylmer in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - Wikipedia

B

* BABINGTON:
   - Babington of Co. Donegal in: Burke's Family Records
   - Babington in: Wikipedia

* BAGWELL:

   - Bagwell of Marlfield and Oaklands House, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Commoners

* BAILIE:
   - Bailie of Ringdufferin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BAILLIE:

   - Baillie of Hennington, Hon. William Douglas Hall Ballie of Hennington, Picton, Marlborough, New Zealand descent from Alexander Ballie who settled at Innishargie, Co. Down abt. 1620 in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I

* BAIRD:

   For Maturin-Baird see: MATURIN

* BAKER:

   - Baker in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees

* BALBIRNIE:

   - Balbirnie of Dairsie Mill, Fifeshire; and of Inveryghty, County of Forfar in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BALDWIN:

   - Baldwin of Cork in: Burke's Commoners
   - Baldwin of Mount Pleasant, Kinalmeaky, Co. Cork in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - For 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 see: SEALY

* BALFOUR:

   - Sir James Balfour of Glenawley, Co. Fermanagh was created Lord Balfour, Baron of Glenawley in 1619, in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I

* BALL:

   - Ball of Dublin in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BALTINGLASS:
   - For Viscount Baltinglass see: EUSTACE, ROPER
   - Viscount Baltinglass in: Wikipedia
   - For Baron Baltinglass see: STRATFORD
   - Baron Baltinglass (Earl of Aldborough) in: Wikipedia

* BANCROFT:

   Pedigree of Jane Bancroft of Dublin, connection of the Barringtons of Glendruid (after p.219) in: Amy Barrington

* BARCROFT:
   - Barcroft of The Glen, Newry in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BARNEWALL:

   - Barnewall, Viscount Kingsland in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Barnewall, Baron of Turvey and Viscount Kingsland (dormant 1833) in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Barnewall in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* BARNWALL:

   - Barnwall, Baron Trimlestown in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* BARRETT:
   - Barrett Genealogies (Table XVI) in: History of Mayo
   - Barrett, Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BARRINGTON:

   - John Barrington, formerly Shute, was created Baron Barrington of Newcastle, Co. Limerick and Viscount Barrington of Ardglass, Co. Down in 1720 in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I - Viscount Barrington in: Debrett's PeerageWikipedia
   - Barrington of Essex and descendants in Leax (Queen's Co.) Carew MS quoted (p.85); Pedigrees of the Raheenlusk Barringtons and the Ballyhegue Barringtons - both Co. Wexford (after p.190); Pedigree from Joshua and his sister Susanna Barrington of the Liberty of St. Patrick's Close (after p.198); Pedigree from Samuel Barrington who was bur. St. Peter and St. Kevin's 1691 (after p. 202); Pedigree of Limerick Barringtons (after p. 206) in: Amy Barrington

* BARRINGTON-WHITE:

   - Barrington-White of Temple Dinsley, Hitchin, Herts., and Orange Hill, Armagh in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: WHITE

* BARRON:
   - Barron Lineage, followed by Barron Family in America in: American Family Antiquity - Vol I
   - Barron of Belmont House, Co. Kilkenny in: Burke's Commoners
   - Barron of Kiliske, Co. Wexford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BARRY

   - Barrymore - Records of the Barrys of County Cork
     From the Earliest to the Present Time. With Pedigrees
     By the Rev. E. Barry, M.R.I.A., V.P.R.S.A. (Cork, 1902) - OL
   - Barry, Earl of Barrymore in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Lord Barry, Barrymore or Buttevant in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I - O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Sir James Barry was created Baron Barry of Santry, Co. Dublin in 1660/1 in: Cokayne's Peerage - O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Barry of Lemlara, Co. Cork in: Burke's Commoners
   - Barry of Sandville Co. Limerick in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I - Corrigenda et Addenda Vol II
   - Pedigree of Barry in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I
   - Barry in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I - Wikipedia
     See also: BARY

* BARTON:
   - Barton of Straffan House in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - History of Straffan House and the Barton Family in: the K Club website
   - Barton of Glendalough House in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Robert Barton of Glendalough House in: Wikipedia

* BARY:

   - Bary extract from 'The Roll of Battle Abbey' in: The Patrician Vol I
     See also: BARRY

* BATTERSBY:

   - Battersby of Loughbawn, Co. Westmeath [p. 129] in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V

* BAYLY:

   - Catherine [FitzGerald], Wife of Edward Symes Bayly, Esq., of Ballyarthur, Co. Wicklow in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol II
   - Bayly x2 in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Bayly of Canada in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BAYLY-VANDELEUR:

   - Bayly-Vandeleur of Wardenstown, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: VANDELEUR

* BEARD:
   - Beard in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BEAMISH:

   - Lieut. Col. North Ludlow Beamish, K.H. of Lota Park, Co. Cork, descent from Charlemange, Emperor of the West in: Burke's Royal Descents - DNBWikipedia

* BEATTY:

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

* BEAUMAN:

   - Beauman of Hyde Park, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Commoners

* BEAUMONT-NESBITT:
   - Beaumont-Nesbitt of Tubberdaly, King's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BELLEW: The Boyne Peerage Case
   - Concerning the legality of the marriages of Frederick Hamilton, 3rd Viscount Boyne; Pedigree of his Descendants by Bridget Mooney; Short Pedigree of the Lords Bellew of Duleek [p. 13]; Observations and Report of a Search in the Ulster's Office by George D. Burtchaell, M.R.I.A., Athlone Pursuivant of Arms
   By the Rev. Wm. Ball Wright, M.A. (York, 1912) - FHB
   - Bellew, Lord Bellew of Duleek, Co. Louth in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Bellew of Castlebar in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Bellew in: Burke's Family Records - O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - The Patrician Vol I - Wikipedia

* BELLINGHAM:

   - Bellingham of Castle Bellingham, Co. Louth in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BENCE-JONES:

   - Bence-Jones of Lisselan, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: JONES

* BENNETT:
   - Bennett of Banffshire, Scotland  in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - Corrigenda et Addenda

* BERESFORD:
   - Beresford, Baron Decies, Co. Waterford in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Lady Elizabeth Louisa Beresford, d. 1856, in a pedigree of Lieut. Col. Arthur J. Reynell Pack in: Burke's Royal Descents
   - See also: DE LA POER BERESFORD

* BERMINGHAM:

   - Piers Mac Phioris or Bermingham, Lord Athenry (anciently Athnery), Co. Galway, d. 1307 in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I 
   - Bermingham, Lord Baron of Athenry in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - Wikipedia
   - Bermingham of Rahinely, Co. Kildare in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Bermingham of the Grange, Co. Kildare in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
     See also: BIRMINGHAM

* BERNARD:

   - Francis Bernard of Castle Bernard, Bandon, Co. Cork created Baron Bandon of Bandonbridge in 1793, Viscount Bernard and Earl of Bandon in 1800, in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I
   - Bernard, Earl of Bandon in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Bernard of Palace Anne, Co. Cork in: Burke's Commoners

* BERRY:

   - Berry of Suva - Hon. John Berry, of Suva, Fiji - descent from John Berry, Esq. of Albury, New South Wales formerly of County Meath in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I

* BEWLEY:

   - Bewley from Thomas Bewley of Mountrath, Queen's Co. in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol IV
   - Bewley Pedigree, connection of the Barringtons of Glendruid (after p.223) in: Amy Barrington

* BINGHAM:
   - Bingham, Earl of Lucan in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - From Sir Richard Bingham, Earl of Lucan [p. 102] in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V
   - Bingham, Lord Clanmorris, Baron Clanmorris of Newbrook, Co. Mayo in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Bingham of Bingham Castle in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V [p. 115]
   - Sir Richard Bingham (soldier) in: Wikipedia

* BINNEY:

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

* BIRCH:

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

* BIRMINGHAM:

   - Birmingham of Mylestown, Co. Tipperary in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
     See also: BERMINGHAM

* BLACKALL:

   - See VINCENT: Pedigree of Vincent and Blackall

* BLACKER:

   - Blacker of Carrickblacker, Co. Armagh and Woodbrook in: Burke's CommonersBurke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Burke's Family Records
   - Query by B.H.B. on Blacker Family in: The Genealogist Vol II - further entry
   - William Blacker of Carrickblacker in: Wikipedia

* BLACKER-DOUGLASS:

   - Blacker-Douglass of Grace Hall, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BLACKWOOD:
   - Blackwood, Baron Dufferin and Claneboye of Ballyliedy and Killyleagh, Co. Downe in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* BLAKE:
   - Blake, Baron Wallscourt of Ardfry, Co. Galway in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Blake in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Burke's Family Records - Wikipedia
   - Henry Edgar Valenitine Blake of Renvyle, Co. Galway in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol I
   - Blake of Corbally, Co. Galway in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol IV
   - Pedigree of Blake in: History of Antigua - Vol I
   - Blake in: History of Galway - O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BLAKE DE BURGH:
   - Blake de Burgh of Coolcon, Co. Mayo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also DE BURGH, BOURKE, BURKE

* BLAND:
   - Bland of Bland's Fort, The Queen's County, Kingdom of Ireland
   - Bland of Killarney, County of Kerry, Kingdom of Ireland
     Extracts from 'Collections for a History of the Ancient Family of Bland'
     Printed by W. Nicol (London, 1826) - OL
   - Missing Portion of the Pedigree of the Family of Bland, late of Derriquin Castle, Co. Kerry in: Miscellanea Genealogica  Vol II 4th Series 1908
  - See FULLER: The Seize Quartiers of Thomas Harnett Fuller and also of his wife Fanny Diana Bland
   - Derryquin Castle, Parknasilla, Sneem, Co. Kerry in: Wikipedia
   - Bland Estate (Derryquin) in: Landed Estates Database
   - Bland of Virginia, USA in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BLAQUIERE:

   - Blacquiere, Baron De Blaquiere of Ardkill, Co. Londonderry in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* BLAYNEY:
   - Lord Blayney, Baron of Monaghan in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* BLENNERHASSETT:
   - Selections from Old Kerry Records - Historical and Genealogical
   The Blennerhassett Pedigree
   By Mary Agnes Hickson (London, 1872) - OL
   - Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, Bart., M.P. in:  Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol IV  - Wikipedia
   - Blennerhassett of Ballyseedy, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Blennerhassett of Kells, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Blennerhassett in: Wikipedia


* BLIGH:
   - Bligh, Earl of Darnley in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia



* BLOOD:
   - Blood of Ballykilty, Co. Clare in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol II

* BLOOMFIELD:

   - FitzMaurice Gustavus Bloomfield of New Park, Co. Waterford in a pedigree of Vic-Admiral Sir John E. Commerell, V.C., K.C.B., etc. in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol II 

* BODKIN:

   - Bodkin in: History of Galway

* BOGLE:
   - John Bogle of Bogles Hole, Glasgow settled at Strabane, died there. Pedigree of French (p.272) in: History of Antigua

* BOLAN:

   - Pedigree of Bolan originally of Co. Clare in: History of Antigua - Vol I

* BOLAND:

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

* BOLLING:

   - The Bolling Family of Petersburg, Virginia in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BOLSTER:

   - Bolster Pedigree - transcription from Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 2nd ser. Vol XIX pp 189 - 291; of Curraghbower, By Dr. G. Bolster, R.N. (Cork, 1913) in: Irish Emigration Database

* BOLTON:

   - Bolton, formerly of Brazeel, Co. Dublin and afterwards of Bective Abbey, Co. Meath in: Burke's Family Records
   - Sir Edward Bolton of Brazeel, Judge,  in: Wikipedia
   - Bolton of Mount Bolton, Co. Louth in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Bolton of Castle Ring, Co. Louth in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Bolton of the Island, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BOR:

   - Bor of Co. Wicklow in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Family of Bor of Holland and Ireland in: Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica

* BORROWES:

   - Borrowes of Gilltown, Co. Kildare [p. 17] in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V

* BOURCHIER:

   - Bourchier of Dromline, Crosderry, Knockalough and Craherabeg, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Bourchier of Baggotstown, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Family Records - Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Philip Lennox Walter Bourchier in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol IV
   - Bourchier, Baron Bourchier, and Earl of Essex in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BOURCICAULT:
   - Bourcicault in: Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BOURKE:
   - Bourke, Earl of Mayo in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Bourke, The Bourkes, Lords Marquis Mayo in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Bourke, The Bourkes, Lords Viscount Mayo in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Bourke of Thornfields, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - From Patrick Bourke of Kenturk, Ballyhane, Co. Mayo [p. 80] in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V
   - Bourke in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Bourke, The 'Bourke' Family in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Bourke, The Bourkes of Carrowkeel in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Bourke, The Bourkes of Lough Conn and Ballina in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Bourke, The 'Bourke' Family of Co. Limerick in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - The Bourkes of Castlebar, Carra and Umall (Table VI); The Sliocht Ulick of Carra and Umall (Table VII); The Sliocht Richard of Tirawley (Table VIII) in: History of Mayo
     See also BURKE, De BURGH, De BURGO

* BOURNE, BOURNES:The Bourne(s) Families of Ireland

   By Mary A. Strange (USA, 1970) - IA

* BOWDLER:

   - Notes on the Surname of Bowdler by Gordon Gyll, Esq.; in the Pedigree, 'Andrew Bowdler went to Co. Kerry' in: The Genealogist Vol I - Letter to the Editor from H. Sydney Grazebrook with a further Pedigree including Joyce Bowdler; followed by a second letter stating that Andrew Bowdler was High Sherriff in 1610

* BOWEN:

   - Bowen of Bowen's Court, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol IV
   - Bowen of Hollymount, Co. Mayo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Bowen of Mantua, Co. Roscommon and Burt House, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland


* BOWEN-COLTHURST:
   - Bowen-Colthurst of Oakgrove and Dripsey Castle, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandCrisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol I

* BOWLES:

   - Bowles of Ahern, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BOYD:

   - Boyd of Ballymacool, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Boyd of Glenfern, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Captain John Theodore Thomas Boyd, b. Tralee, Co. Kerry, 1825; followed by Susan Browne, his wife's ancestors - Family of Browne of Shrule and Hedford in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I

* BOYD-ROCHFORT:

   - Boyd-Rochfort of Middleton Park, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also ROCHFORT

* BOYLE:
   - Boyle, Earl of Cork and Orrery in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Richard Boyle, 1st Earl of Cork in: The Patrician Vol III
   - Boyle, Earl of Shannon in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Boyle of Limavady, Co. Londonderry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Boyle in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* BOYSE:
   - Boyse of Bannow, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BRADY:

   - Brady, Lord Chancellor of Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Brady of Brefny in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - See also: CORNWALL-BRADY-HARTSTONG-WELD

* BRABAZON:

   - Brabazon, Earl of Meath in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Brabazon in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BRAMSTON:

   - Bramston of Screens, Essex, England in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BRASIER:

   - Brasier of Ballyellis, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Burke's Seats and Arms 2nd Ser. Vol II

* BRASIER-CREAGH:
   - Brasier-Creagh of Creagh Castle, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BREEN:
   - Breen, Lords of Brawney in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* BRENAN:

   - Brenan of O'Brenan, County Kerry in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Brenan, Princes of Idough, or North Kilkenny in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Brenan in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* BRERETON:
   - Brereton, of Ashley, beginning with Willmus Brereton, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland in: Pedigrees made at the Visitation of Cheshire, 1613
   - Brereton of Rathurless, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BRESLIN:

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

* BRETT:

   - Brett of Coltrummer, Co. Meath in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BREWSTER

   See: FRENCH-BREWSTER

* BRIEN, O'BRIEN:

   - Pedigree of Brien (formerly O'Brien) of Castletown and of Stralongord, Co. Tyrone - compiled from a M.S. Genealogy by Mrs. Jane Atthill (née O'Brien) (N. Ireland, undated) - Ulster Ancestry
   O'Brien dynasty in: Wikipedia

* BRINKLEY:

   - Brinkley of Fortland, Co. Sligo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BRISCOE:

   - Briscoe of Riverdale, Co. Westmeath and Screggan Manor, King's County in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BRODERICK:

   - From Most Rev. Charles Broderick, Archbishop of Cashel, b. 1761 4th son of 3rd Viscount Midleton in: Crisp's Visitation of England and Wales Vol V

* BRODRICK:

   - Brodrick, Viscount Midleton in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* BRODY:
   - Brody in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* BROOKE:

   - Brooke of Ardeen, Co. Wicklow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Brooke of Dromavana, Co. Cavan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Brooke of Navan, Co. Meath in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - Addenda
   - Brooke in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - Addenda

* BROWN:
   - Brown of Clonboy, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Brown, Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Brown, London in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Brown of Mulrankan, Co. Wexford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Brown in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BROWNE:
   - Browne, Earl of Kenmare in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - John Browne of Westport created Baron Monteagle in 1760, Viscount Westport in 1769 and Earl of Altamont  in 1771, in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I
   - From Sir John Denis Browne, Marquess of Sligo, Earl of Altamont, Viscount Westport, Baron Mount Eagle, Baron Monteagle [p. 28] in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V
   - Browne, Baron Kilmain of the Neale, Co. Mayo in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Browne of Breaghwy, Co. Mayo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Browne of Brownstown, Co. Mayo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Browne of Kilskeagh, Co. Galway in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Browne of New Grove, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Browne of Rathain, Co. Mayo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

   - Browne of Riverstown, Co. Cork in: Burke's Family Records - Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Browne in: History of Galway
   - For Family of Browne of Shrule and Hedford see: BOYD of Glenfern
     See also: WOGAN-BROWNE

* BROWNE-CLAYTON:

   - Browne-Clayton of Browne's Hill, Co. Carlow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BROWNLEE:
   - Brownlee in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BRUEN:

   - Bruen of Oak Park, Co. Carlow and Coolbawn, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BRYAN:

   - Bryan of Upton and Borrmount, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BUCHANAN:

   - Buchanan of Edenfel, Co. Tyrone in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BUDGEN:

   - Budgen of Ballindoney, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BULKELEY:

   - Viscount Bulkeley in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Bulkeley in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BULTEEL:

   - Bulteels in Ireland (see also Irish Family Histories) in: Genealogica et Heraldica

* BUNBURY-TIGHE:
   - Lt.-Col. Frederick Edward Bunbury-Tighe of Woodstock, Co. Kilkenny in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol II

* BURDETT:

   - Burdett of Coolfin, King's County and Ballymany, Co. Kildare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BURGES:

   - Burges of Parkanaur, Co. Tyrone in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BURKE:

   - Burke of Ballydugan, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - [p. 49] in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V
   - Burke of Clanricarde in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Burke of Clondagoff Castle, Co. Galway in: Burke's Family Records
   - Burke of Elm Hall, Co. Tipperary in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol I
   - Burkes of Munster (Table XIV) in: History of Mayo
   - Burke of Ower (now Teeling), Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Burke (now Maxwell) of Issercleran, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Burke of Springfield, Dalkey, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Michael George Burke of Drumkeen, Co. Fermanagh in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol I
   - House of Burke in: Wikipedia
   - For Burke (now Maxwell) of Issercleran see: MAXWELL
     See also: BOURKE, De BURGH, De BURGO

* BURN:

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

* BURNETT:

   - Burnett, Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BURNSIDE:

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

* BURROWES:

   - Burrowes of Lismore, Co. Cavan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Burrowes of Stradone House, Co. Cavan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BURTCHAELL:

   - Burtchaell of Brandondale, Co. Kilkenny in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol I

* BURTON:

   - Burton of Carrigaholt Castle, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Burton of Burton Hall, Co. Carlow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Burton of Mount Anville, Co. Dublin and Eyre Court, Co. Galway in: Burke's Commoners

* BURY:

   - Bury, Earl of Charleville in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Bury of Charleville Forest, King's County in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Bury of Little Island, Co. Cork and Curraghbridge, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BUSHE:

   - Bushe of Glencairn Abbey, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* BUTCHER:

   - Butcher of Danesfort, Killarney, Co. Kerry in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol II

* BUTLER:

   - Butler, Marquess of Ormonde, Co. Tipperary in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Butler, Earl of Carrick, Co. Tipperary in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Butler, Earl of Glengall in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Butler, Earl of Kilkenny in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Butler, Earl of Lanesborough in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Butler, Earl and Duke of Ormond; Viscount Mountgarret, and Cornwallis, Marquis Cornwallis in: Betham's Sovereigns
   - Butler, Earl of Ormonde in the Pedigree of Hugh Robert Hughes, Esq., of Kinmel and Dinorben in: Burke's Royal Descents
   - Butler, Earls of Ormonde in a Pedigree of Edgar Walter Garland, Esq. in: Burke's Royal Descents
   - Brief pedigree of Earls of Desmond and Earls of Ormond in: Calendar of Ormond Deeds: Vol V - 1547 - 1584 by Edmund Curtis, Litt.D. (1932 - 1943) - IMC
   - Lord Richard Butler created Baron Butler of Cloughgrenan, Viscount Tullogh and Earl of Arran in 1662, in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I - For Earl of Arran see also: GORE
   - Butler, Lords of Dunboyne in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Butler dynasty in: Wikipedia
   - Butler of Ballycarron, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Butler of Boyntonrath, Co. Tipperary in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Butler of Kilmurry, Co. Kilkenny in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Butler of Lisnatubrid, Co. Tipperary in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Butler of Polestown, Co. Kilkenny in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Butler of Priestown, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Butler of Shanballyduffe, Co. Tipperary in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Butler of Waterville, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Pedigree of Butler, Fleming, Byrne and Delaney in: Miscellanea Genealogica Vol V 3rd Series
   - Alleged Butler title of Baron of Arklow discussed in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I
   - Newton (now Butler) of Mount Leinster, Co. Carlow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Family of Butler of Amberley Castle, Sussex in: Burke's Commoners
   - Butler in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* BUTLER-CREAGH:

   - Butler-Creagh of Walterstown, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: CREAGH

* BUTLER-KEARNEY:
   - Butler-Kearney of Drom, Co. Tipperary and Three Castles, Co. Kilkenny in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: KEARNEY

* BUTLER-STONEY:
   - Butler-Stoney of Portland Park, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: STONEY

* BYAM:
   - Pedigree of Byam in: History of Antigua - Vol I

* BYRNE:

   - Byrne of Cabinteely, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Commoners
   - See also: BUTLER - Pedigree of Butler, Fleming, Byrne and Delaney

C

* CADDELL:
   - See CARY-CADDELL

* CADDEN:

   See: LABERTOUCHE

* CAHILL:

   - Cahill of Corkashinny, or the Parish of Templemore in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Cahill of Ballycahill, Thurles, Co. Tipperary in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Cahill of Connaught in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CAINE:
   - Caine of Manchester in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CAIRNS:

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

* CALCUTT:

   - Calcutt of Port Hope, Canada in Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CALDWELL:
   - Caldwell of New Grange, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CALLAGHAN:

   - Callaghan of Lotabeg, in the vicinity of Cork in: Burke's Commoners

* CALLAN:
   - Callan in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CALTHORPE:

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

* CALVERT:

   - George Calvert of Danbywiske, Yorkshire had received large grants of land in Ireland and was created Baron Baltimore of Baltimore, Co. Longford in 1624/5 in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I - Wikipedia

* CAMAC:

   - Camac of Lurgan in the pedigree of Wilkinson of Glebe Point, Sydney, New South Wales in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I

* CANAVAN:

   - Canavan of Connaught in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CANDLER:

   - Candler of Callan, Co. Kilkenny in: Burke's Commoners

* CANNING:
   - Canning, Baron Garvagh, Co. Londonderry in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Canning of Foxcote, County of Warwick in: Burke's Commoners
   - Canning of Rosstrevor, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CANON:

   - Canon in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Canon, according to MacFirbis in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CARBERY:

   - Carbery of Leinster in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Carbery of Offaley in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Carbery of Orriall in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Carbery of Ulster in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CARDEN:
   - Carden of Barnane, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Carden of Fishmyone, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CAREW:
   - Carew of Ballinamona Park, Co. Waterford in: Burke's CommonersBurke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Particulars relative to a Branch of the Family of Carew, seated in the County of Cork in: Collectanea Vol V
   - Carew in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CARLETON:

   - Viscount Carleton in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Carleton of Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Carleton Family and Pedigree, connection of the Barringtons of Glendruid (p.237) in: Amy Barrington

* CARLTON:

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

* CARLTON L'ESTRANGE:
   Carlton L'Estrange of Market Hill in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CARMICHAEL-FERRALL:
   - Carmichael-Ferrall of Augher Castle, Co. Tyrone in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CARNEY:
   - Carney of Ulster in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CARPENTER:

   - Carpenter, Earl of Tyrone in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Pedigree of Carpenter in: History of Antigua - Vol I

* CARR:

   - Carr, formerly of Arnestown, of Camlin, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CARROL:

   - Carrol of Lissen Hall and Tulla House, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CARROLL:

   - Carroll of Ashford, Co. Wicklow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Carroll of Dundalk in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Carroll of Ely O'Carroll in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees
   - Carroll of Hyde Park and of Carrollina, Co. Cork in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol II
   - Carroll of Maryland, USA in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CARSON:
   - Carson of Shanroe, Co. Monaghan in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Miscellanea Genealogica Vol III

* CARTE:

   - William Carte, surgeon-Major Royal Hospital, Kilmainham [p. 511] in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol III

* CARTER:

   - Carter of Shaen Manor, Co. Mayo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Carter of Yorkshire, Manchester and Ireland in: The Pedigree Register Vol II

* CARTIE:

   - For McDonogh-Cartie see: McDONOGH

* CARY:

   Edward Cary of Dungiven (No.30) in Cary Lineage in: American Family Antiquity - Vol I

* CARY-CADDELL:
   - Cary-Caddell of Harbourstown, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CASEMENT:

   - Casement of Magherintemple, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CASEY:

   - Anne Casey of Rathcannon of County Tipperary, by Noel Murphy (Limerick, 2012) in: Limerick Local Studies
   - Casey of The Donaghies, Raheny, Co. Dublin in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol IV
   - Casey of Dublin, Westmeath, and Longford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Casey of Ibrickane and Weeroona, Victoria, Australia and Co. Clare in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I
   - Casey of Munster in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Casey of England, late of Munster - Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Casey of Tirowen, Canada, and America in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CASSAN:

   - Cassan of Sheffield House, Queen's Co. in: Burke's CommonersBurke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CASSIDI:

   - Cassidi of Glenbrook, Magherafelt, Co. Derry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CASTLEHAVEN:
   - For Earl of Castlehaven see: Tuchet

* CASTLE STEWART:

   - For Earl Castle Stewart see: STEWART - Wikipedia

* CASWELL: [Descendants of] Samuel Caswell of Doonass, Co. Clare

   By The Caswell Surname Organisation, Noreen Haler, Joan Smith (no details) - FHB

* CATELYN:
   - Catelyn in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CAULFEILD:

   - Caulfield, Earl of Charlemont in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Alfred Henry Caulfeild, Esq. in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol II
   - Caulfeild of Donamon, Co. Roscommon in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CAVAN:
   - For Earl of Cavan see: LAMBART - Wikipedia

* CAVANAGH:

   - Cahir McArt Cavanagh, Chief of his Sept was created Baron of Ballyane, Co. Wexford for life in 1553/4; his son Dermot McCahir Cavanagh was also created Baron of Ballyane for life in 1555, in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I

* CAVENDISH:

   - Cavendish, Baron Waterpark in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* CAWLEY:
   - Cawley of West Connaught in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CHADWICK:

   - Chadwick of Ballinard, Co. Tipperary; also Cooper-Chadwick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CHAFFEE:
   - Chaffe in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CHAINE:

   - Chaine of Ballycraigy in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CHALONER:
   - Chaloner of King's Fort, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CHAMBERLAYNE:
   - Chamberlayne of Athboy in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Chamberlayne of Kilrisk and Kilmacree, Co. Dublin in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CHAMBERS:
   - Chambers of Fosterstown, Trim, Co. Meath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Chambers in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CHAMBRÉ:

   - Chambré of Dungannon in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Chambre of Hawthorn Hill in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CHAMNEY:
   - Chamney of Schomberg, Co. Wicklow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CHARLEY:
   - Charley of Seymour Hill, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CHARTERIS:
   - Charteris of Cahir Lodge, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CHEARNLEY:
   - Chearnley of Salterbridge, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CHEEVERS:
   - Cheevers in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CHENEVIX-TRENCH:

   - Chenevix-Trench in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol II

* CHETWYND:

   - Viscount Chetwynd in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* CHETWODE:
   - See WILMOT-CHETWODE

* CHEVERS:
   - Chevers of Killyan House, Co. Galway in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CHICHESTER:
   - Chichester, Marquess and Earl of Donegal in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Chichester of Moyola Park, Co. Londonderry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Chichester in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CHIDEOCK:

   - Chideock of Fermanagh; and America in: Corrigenda et Addenda - O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CHILD-VILLIERS:

   - Jersey - Victor Albert George Child-Villiers, P.C., G.C.M.G., Earl of Jersey, Viscount Grandison of Limerick in the County of Leitrim in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I

* CHOLMONDELEY:
   - Viscount Cholmondeley in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* CHUTE:
   - Chute of Chute Hall, Co. Kerry in: Burke's CommonersBurke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CLAIBORNE:
   - Claiborne of Dinwiddie and Windsor, Virginia, U.S.A. in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Claiborne of Halifax County, Virginia, U.S.A. in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Claiborne of Missouri, Mississippi and Louisiana, U.S.A. in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Claiborne of Romancock, in Virginia, U.S.A. in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CLANCY:
   - Clancy of Munster in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Clancy of Dartry, Co. Monaghan in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CLANRICARDE:
   - For Marquess of Clanricarde see: De BURGH - Wikipedia

* CLARK:

   - Fanny Frederica Clark [née Crofton of Co. Roscommon], Wife of Frederic Clark, Esq., D.L. of 42a, Great Cumberland Place, London and the Old Manor House, Hythe, Kent in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol II
   - Clark of Largantogher, Co. Londonderry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CLARKE:

   - Clarke. There is a tradition that [this Liverpool] family of Clarke sprang from Ireland in: The Pedigree Register Vol III
   - Clarke of Graiguenoe Park, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CLARKE-TRAVERS:

   - Major Sir Guy Francis Travers Clarke-Travers, Bart. in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol II

* CLAYLAND:

   - Clayland of Rath-Gael House, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Clayland of Stormont Castle, Co. Down in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CLAYTON:
   - Clayton Family of Thelwall, Co. Chester: afterwards of St. Dominick's Abbey, Doneraile and Mallow, Co. Cork
     A paper read before the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 1880; also included are many handwritten notes, pedigrees,letters, newspaper clippings and photographs
     By J. Paul Rylands, F.S.A., etc. (Liverpool, 1880) - FHB
   - Clayton of Doneraile, Co. Cork in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Clayton in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - See also: BROWNE-CLAYTON

* CLEBORNE:
   - Cleborne (including Ballycullatan Branch) in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CLELAND:

   - Family of Cleland of Ballymagee in: Burke's Commoners
   - See: ROSE CLELAND

* CLEMENTS:
   - Clements, Earl of Leitrim in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Clements of Killadoon, Co. Kildare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: LUCAS-CLEMENTS

* CLIBBORN:
   - Clibborn of Bath, England; and of Dublin, Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Clibborn of Holmesby, Elizabeth Bay, Sydney, New South Wales - Thomas Strettel Clibborn also of The Castle, Moate, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Colonial Gentry Vol I
   - Clibborn of Moate Castle, Co. Westmeath in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CLIFFE:

   - Cliffe of Bellevue, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Cliffe of Co. Wexford in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CLIVE:
   - Baron Clive of Plassey, Co. Wexford in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* CLOSE:
   - Close of Elm Park, now of Drumbanagher, Co. Armagh in: Burke's CommonersBurke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COATES:
   - Coates of Rathmore, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COBBE:
   - Cobbe of Newbridge House, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COCHRAN:
   - The Cochran Tree
   - Vol II Chapter VI, Section I - 6 generations of descendants of Robert Cochran and 'The Deaf Robert Line' from Mayboy, Londonderry, Ulster to West Fallowfield, Chester, Pennsylvania, p. 678
   - Vol II Chapter VIII, Section V - 6 generations of descendants of John Cochran of Londonderry, Ulster to Main, New Hampshire, p. 1130
   - Vol II Chapter IX, Section I - 12 generations of descendants of George Cochran of Mayboy, Londonderry, Ulster to New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, p. 1155
   - Vol II Chapter IX, Section II - 3 generations of descendants of Ninian Cochran of Mayboy, Londonderry, Ulster to New Hampshire Pennsylvania p. 1268
   ...more...
   By Miles Edward Cochran, Jr. (Baltimore, Maryland, 2003) - FHB

* COCHRANE:
   - Cochrane of Red Castle, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COCKAYNE:

   - Cockayne, Viscount Cullen, descent from Edward III, King of England through the 1st Lord Brereton of Leighlin and O'Brien, Earls of Thomond (see below), in: Burke's Royal Descents
   - Baron Brereton in: Wikipedia

* CODDINGTON:

   - Coddington of Oldbridge in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COEN:
   - Coen - a branch of the O'Dowd family, Princes of Hy-Fiachra in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* COFFEY:

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

* COGHLAN:

   - Coghlan, Lords of Dublin in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Coghlan of Drym, Co. Roscommon in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* COLCLOUGH:

   - John Thomas Rossborough Colclough, Esq., of Tintern Abbey, Co. Wexford, whose wife Mary Gray Wentworth Colclough is 17th in a direct descent from King Edward I, King of England in: Burke's Royal Descents; also Winchester College and New College Oxford - Pedigrees of Founders' Kin in: Burke's Royal Descents
   - Colclough of Tintern Abbey, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Colclough baronets in: Wikipedia
   - Tintern Abbey (County Wexford) in: Wikipedia

* COLE:

   - Cole, Earl of Enniskillen in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - The Genealogie or Pedegree of the Right Worshipfull and worthie Captaine Sir William Cole of the Castell of Eniskillen in the Countie of ffirmanaugh in the Kingdome of Ireland; copied from the original Pedigree belonging to the Earl of Enniskillen (Lowry Egerton Cole) in: Miscellanea Genealogica - Vol II
   - Pedigrees of the Family of Cole in: Miscellanea Genealogica Vol IV
   - Cole of Woodview, Innishannon, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandThe Genealogist Vol III - further note by J. F. Fuller
   - Cole in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* COLE-HAMILTON:

   - Cole-Hamilton of Beltrim, Co. Tyrone in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COLEMAN:
   - Coleman of Meath in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Coleman of Orgiall in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* COLHOUN:
   - Colhoun of Carrickbaldoey, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COLGAN:
   - Colgan of Offaley in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* COLLES:

   - The Pedigree of the Family of Colles in Ireland
     omitting the English branches; families in Co. Kilkenny, Co. Dublin, Co. Kildare, Co. Sligo with alliances
     By J. H. Glascott, J.P., Esq., of Kilowen; Rev. W. Morris Colles, D.D. (Printed for Private Circulation, Milton Mowbray, 1886) - FHB

* COLLEY:

   - Colley, Earls of Mornington in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Colley of Balcarrick in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* COLLINS:
   - Collins (now Aldworth) of Ardnalee, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COLLIS:
   - Robert William Collis, L.R.C.S.I. of Wolverhampton [p. 527] in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol III
   - Stephen Edward Collis of Tieraclea, Co. Kerry [p. 522] in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol III
   - William Robert FitzGerald Collis of Shoal Lake, Brandon, Manitoba [p. 525] in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol III
   - Collis of Tieraclea, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: COOKE-COLLIS

* COLLIS-SANDES:
   - Collis-Sandes of Oak Park, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: SANDES

* COLLUM:
   - Collum of Bellevue, Co. Fermanagh in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COLOMB:
   - Colomb of Dromquinna and Dunkerron, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COLTHURST-VESEY:
   - Colthurst-Vesey of Lucan House, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: VESEY

* COLTSMANN:
   See: CRONIN-COLTSMANN

* COMERFORD
   - Comerford of Ballyburley, Co. Kilkenny in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* COMYN:
   - Comyn of Holywell in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Comyn of Woodstock and Kilcorney in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Comyn in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CONAN:

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

* CONCANNON:

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

* CONGREVE:

   - Congreve of Mount Congreve, Co. Waterford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CONN:
   - See PHILLIPS-CONN

* CONNELL:
   - Connell of Desmond in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CONNELLAN:

   - Connellan of Coolmore, Co. Kilkenny in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Connellan in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CONNER:

   - Conner of Manch House, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CONNOR:
   - Connor traced from biblical times; O'Connor of Mount Druid; O'Connor of Dundermott; O'Connor of Milton;  O'Connors of Kerry; Connor of Connorville, Bandon; followed by Connor Family in America in: American Family Antiquity - Vol II
     See also: O'CONNOR

* CONOLLY:

   - Charles John T. Conolly, Esq. now of Midford Castle, Co. Somerset, 14th in a direct descent from Agnes Chichele, grand-niece of Archbishop Chichele, Founder of All Souls College in Founders' Kin in: Burke's Royal Descents
   - Conolly of Castletown, Co. Kildare in: Burke's CommonersBurke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Milford Castle in: Wikipedia - these were Conollys of Castletown House, Co. Kildare
   - Castletown House in: Wikipedia

* CONRAN:

   - Conran of The Curragh, Balrothery in: Burke's Family Records

* CONROY:

   - Conroy of Arbourfield, near Reading, Berkshire in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Conroy of Bettyfield, Co. Roscommon and Llanbrynmair, Montgomeryshire in: Burke's Commoners
   - Conroy of Munster in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Conroy in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CONSIDINE:
   - Considine of Derk, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CONSTABLE:
   - Constable in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CONWAY:
   - Conway in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CONYNGHAM:

   - Marquess Conyngham in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Conyngham of Co. Donegal in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II - Corrigenda et Addenda O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - See also: LENOX-CONYNGHAM

* COOGIN:

   Coogin in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* COOKE:
   - Cooke of Ballymote, Co. Sligo in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Cooke of Kiltinane, Co. Tipperary in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COOKE-COLLIS:
   - Cooke-Collis of Castle Cooke, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COOKE-CROSS:
   - Cooke-Cross of Dartan, Co. Armagh in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COOKE-TRENCH:
   - Cooke-Trench of Millicent, Co. Kildare in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol I

* COOKMAN:

   Cookman of Monart, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COOPER:
   - Cooper of Cooper Hill, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol I
   - Cooper of Cooper's Hill, Queen's Co. in Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Cooper of Killenure, Co. Tipperary in Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Cooper of Markree Castle, Co. Sligo in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - For Cooper-Chadwick, see: CHADWICK

* COOTE:

   - Coote, Baron Castle Coote, Co. Roscommon in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Coote of Ballyclough Castle and Bearforest, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Coote of Carrowroe Park, Co. Roscommon in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Coote of Mount Coote, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COPE:
   - Cope of Drummilly, Co. Armagh in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Cope of Loughgall Manor, Co. Armagh in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Cope in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* COPINGER, COPPINGER:
   - History of the Copingers or Coppingers of the County of Cork
   and the counties of Suffolk and Kent, England; Including Pedigree from Stephen Copinger, M.P. for the city of Cork, 1559, Mayor of Cork, 1564 and 1572
   By Walter Arthur Copinger (Manchester, London, 1884) - FHB - Library of Congress catalogue 1919; copy in Cork City Library
   - Coppinger of Ballyvolane and Barryscourt, Co. Cork in: Burke's Commoners
   - Coppinger of Midleton, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Coppinger of Rossmore, Co. Cork (formerly of Ballyvolane) in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Coppinger, Ireland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* COPLEN-LANGFORD:

   - Coplen-Langford of Kilcosgriff Castle, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CORBALLIS:
   - Corballis of Rosemount, Milltown, Co. Dublin in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CORBALLY:
   - Corbally of Rathbeale Hall, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CORCOR:
   - Corcor of Cor Castle, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CORMAC:
   - Cormac of Munster in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CORMACK:

   - Cormack of Galway in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CORNOCK:

   - Cornock of Cromwellsfort, Co. Wexford in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CORNWALL-BRADY-HARTSTONGE-WELD:
   - Cornwall-Brady-Hartstonge-Weld of Rahinbawn, and Myshall House, Co. Carlow in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: BRADY

* CORRIGAN:
   - Corrigan in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CORRY:

   - See: LOWRY-CORRY

* COSBY:
   - Cosby of Stradbally, Queen's Co. in: Burke's CommonersBurke's Landed Gentry of Ireland - O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Pedigree of Cosby - Alexander Cosby of Stradbally, Queen's County d. 1694, in: History of Antigua - Vol I

* COSTELLO:

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

* COTTINGHAM:
   - Cottingham in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* COUNIHAN:
   - Counihan in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* COWAN:

   - James Cowan of Sheeptown, Newry, Co. Down fled Scotland in 1637  in: Burke's Family Records

* COWELL:

   - Cowell in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Cowell of Scotland in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Cowell of Logadowden, Co. Dublin x2 in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Cowell of Armagh in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - Cowell of Enniscrone, Co. Sligo in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* COX:
   - Cox of Brefny in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CRADOCK or CRADDOCK:

   - John Cradock, D.D., Archbishop of Dublin, ancestor of the Lords Howden in a pedigree of Robert Edmund Chester Waters, Esq. in: Foster's Noble and Gentle Families Vol II - Wikipedia

* CRAIG:

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

* CRAMER:

   - Cramer of Ballindinisk House, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CRAMER-ROBERTS:
   - Cramer-Roberts of Sallymount, Co. Kildare, Belmore, Co. Westmeath and Doraville, Co. Tyrone in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: ROBERTS

* CRAMSIE:
   - Cramsie of O'Harabrook, Co. Antrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CRAVEN:
   - Hon. Anne Hamilton Craven of Drumcashel, Co. Louth, descent from William the Conqueror, King of England in: Burke's Royal Descents
   - Mrs. Augusta Craven of Richardstown, Co. Louth, descent from William the Conqueror, King of England in: Burke's Royal Descents

* CRAWFORD:
   - Crawford, A Branch of the Earls of Richmond in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Crawford of Dunmucrum in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Crawford of Millwood, Co. Fermanagh in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Crawford of Stonewold, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandCrisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol II
   - Ancestry of Charles Crawford of Co. Armagh, claiming kindred with Lord Chancellor Hyde, Earl of Clarendon (see also SMITH O'BRIEN) through Lucretia Marsh in: St. James's Magazine Vol I
   - See also: SHARMAN-CRAWFORD

* CREAGH:

   - Arthur Gethin Creagh, Esq., of Laurentinum, now of Bally Andrew, Co. Cork, 18th in direct descent from Edward III, King of England in: Burke's Royal Descents - Burke's Seats and Arms 2nd Ser. Vol I
   - Creagh of Bally Andrew in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Creagh late of Ballygarrett in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Creagh of Cahirbane, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Creagh of Dangan, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: BRASIER-CREAGH; BUTLER-CREAGH

* CREAN:
   - Crean of Mayo and Sligo in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CREIGHTON:

   - Creighton, Earl of Erne in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Creighton of Crum Castle, Co. Fermanagh in: Burke's Commoners

* CRICHTON:
   - Crichton of Derk Lodge in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Crichton of Mullaboden, Co. Kildare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CRIPS:
   - Crips Family from Joseph Crips of Cahernary, by Noel Murphy (Limerick, 2012) in: Limerick Local Studies

* CROASDAILE:

   - Croasdaile of Rynn, Queen's Co. in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CROFTON:
   - Baron Crofton of Mote, Co. Roscommon in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Crofton, Co. Roscommon in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II
   - Crofton of Lakefield, Co. Leitrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - For Fanny Frederica Crofton of Co. Roscommon, Wife of Frederic Clark, Esq., D.L. see: CLARK

* CROFTS:

   - Crofts of Velvetstown and Castle Wrixon, Co. Cork in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CROKER:
   - Croker of Ballynagarde and Blackwater, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Croker of Glencairn, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Croker of The Grange, Co. Limerick in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Croker in: Burke's Commoners

* CROLY:
   - Croly by Noel Murphy (Limerick, 2012) in: Limerick Local Studies
   - Croly in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CROMMELIN:
   - Family of Crommelin in: Burke's Commoners
   - See also: DE LA CHEROIS-CROMMELIN

* CROMWELL:
   - From Thomas Cromwell was created Viscount Lecale in Ulster in 1607, Earl of Ardglass in 1644/45 in: Cokayne's Peerage - Vol I

* CRONIN-COLTSMANN:

   - Cronin-Coltsmann of Glenflesk Castle, Killarney in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CRONNELLY:
   - Cronnelly, Princes of Crich-Cualgne, in Ulster in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CROOKSHANK:

   - Crookshank of Drumhalry and Birrenagh, Co. Longford [p. 4] in: Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol V

* CROSBIE:

   - Crosbie, Baron Branden, Co. Kerry in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia
   - Crosbie of Ballyheigue, Co. Kerry in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - See also: TALBOT-CROSBIE

* CROSBY:
   - Crosby, Captain Sir Thomas Crosby, Knight in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CROSS:
   See: COOKE-CROSS; INNES-CROSS

* CROWE:
   - Crowe of Dromore House, Co. Clare in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CROZIER:
   - Crozier of Gortra House, Co. Fermanagh in: Burke's Family Records - Crisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol II

* CRUISE:

   - Cruise of Rathmore, Co. Meath in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

* CUDMORE: Autobiography; Pedigree of the Cudmore Family
   I was b. Moorestown, Kilfinane, Co. Limerick 1831
   By P. Cudmore (1896, photo-offset Chicago, 1970) - FHB

* CUFF:

   - Cuff, Baron Tyrawly of Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* CUFFE:
   - Cuffe, Earl of Desart in: Debrett's Peerage - Wikipedia

* CULLEN:
   - Cullen of Corry, Co. Leitrim in: Burke's Landed Gentry of IrelandCrisp's Visitation of Ireland Vol II
   - Cullen of Munster in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I
   - For Viscount Cullen see: COCKAYNE - Wikipedia
     See also: O'CULLEN

* CUMMIN:
   - Cummin in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CUNINGHAME:

   - See GUN-CUNINGHAME

* CUPPAGE:
   - Cuppage of Mount Edwards in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland

* CURRY:
   - Curry in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol I

* CURTIN:

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

* CURWEN:

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

* CUSACK:
   - Cusack of Gerardstown, Co. Dublin in: Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland
   - Pedigree of Cusack - Dr. Patrick Cusack of Antigua of the family of Cusack of Gerardstown and Clonard in Ireland in: History of Antigua - Vol I
   - Cusack in: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees Vol II

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