Home Page of the Dysert O'DEA Clan Association, for those with surnames O'DEA, O'DAY, DAY, DEA and DEE. Includes history of the O'DEA Clan, names of current Clan Association officers and application for membership, genealogical exchange, Griffith's database of Clan surnames, and details on the Fifth International O'DEA Clan Gathering in July 2002.
News and information on the International clan based in Buncrana Ireland, Inishowen peninsula. The largest genealogy database in Europe is housed at our Heritage Center in Buncrana and will soon be available online.
The history of Sir Cahir O'DOHERTY and his Rebellion in 1608. Genealogy and history of O'DOHERTY, O'DOGHERTY, DOUGHERTY, DAUGHERTY families and also O'NEILL, O'DONNELL, MCCAVITT, MCDEVITT, MCDAID, MCKEVITT and associated families.
Records the history of the O'Hanlon family who are descended from William Eustace O'Hanlon and his wife Mary Ann Roberts. It traces his relationship with Dr John O'Hanlon who was Professor of Moral Theology in Maynooth College from 1828 until his death in 1871. It also traces William's ancestry - on the O'Hanlon side to Kilkenny in the late 1700's and on his mother's side to the Seftons of Lancashire in the early 1800's.
Family members of Christopher O'HARA, born in Ireland around 1801, lived in Middlesex until 1830, after which he was transported to Australia on the Florentia. He had a family in London and later another in the Patrick Plains area in New South Wales.
MOORE family of Irish origin - O'MORE, O'MORDHA. Descended from Conal Cearnach, Raudhri Mo/r, and Ollam Fodhla they are a Clanna Rory family. [The original link is broken. This link points to an archived copy on the Wayback Machine]