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Harvey Families of Inishowen, Co. Donegal and Maen, Co Cornwall

G. H. Harvey

Harvey Families of Inishowen, Co. Donegal and Maen, Co Cornwall

Supplement and index

by G. H. Harvey

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Published by F. Weatherhead in Folkestone .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Harvey family.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy G.H. Harvey.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp.180-196 ;
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17387792M


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Harvey Families of Inishowen, Co. Donegal and Maen, Co Cornwall by G. H. Harvey Download PDF EPUB FB2

OCLC Number: Notes: " copies printed. "--Title page verso. With The Harvey families of Inishowen, Co. Donegal and Maen, Co.

Cornwall. The first known record of the use of Onesiphorus as a Christian name in a Hervey/Harvey line is a variant spelling, Onesipherous. In The Harvey Families of Inishowen, Co. Donegal and Maen, Co. Cornwall by Lieut.-Col. Harvey, D.S.O.,1 two different Onesipherous Harveys are listed.

(County Cornwall is in southwest England and County Donegal. The Harvey Families of Inishowen, Co. Donegal and Maen, Co Cornwall by G.

Harvey,F. Weatherhead edition, in EnglishPages:   27 The Harvey Families of Inishowen, Co. Donegal and Maen, Cornwall by G.H. Harvey. (Copy available at County Library, Letterkenny) Archibald Paris Bateson Harveys Belfast Newsletter Britain Buncrana Castle Canada Daniel Todd Derry Lunatic Asylum Donegal Archives Lifford Dublin Almanack Edward Hart England Finley Dun George Vaughan Hart Ireland.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Harvey Families of Inishowen, Co. Donegal and Maen, Co Cornwall by G. Harvey; 2 editions; People: Harvey family, Families Harvey. G.H. Harvey: The Harvey families of Inishowen, Co.

Donegal, and Maen, Cornwall: Folkestone F. Weatherhead National Library of Ireland Ir h 3: p. Rev. George Hill: Facts from Gweedore: Dublin National Library of Ireland P (10) 64 p: Jim Hunter. Taken from the book, HARVEY CONNECTION, compiled by Mary Lou Dawson, this lineage includes that of Lorrie Morgan of Country & Western Music Fame, as well as the many Onesiphorus Harveys THE HARVEY FAMILIES OF INISHOWEN, CO DONEGAL AND MAEN CO.

Harvey, G.H. The Harvey Families of Inishowen, Co. Donegal, and Maen, Cornwall. Folkestone: F. Weatherhead, p. Hewetson, John ‘The Hewetsons of Ballyshannon’ In Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland.p4. Andrew Knox (Bishop of Raphoe) and his descendents.

Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. There were two Harvey families settled in Greene County ca. - George Hervey/ Harvey and Samuel Harvey. A Rev. Thomas Harvey was pastor of Goshen Baptist Church of Greene Township during the period to ; 2 however, no other reference to his presence in the area has been found.

The first Harvey to appear in the census records of. Message Boards > Localities > United Kingdom and Harvey: G. Harvey, "The Harvey families of Inishowen, Co.

Donegal, and Maen, Cornwall," Folkestone, Family in Ireland," (Note, there was also, a prominent Slacke family (James and others) living in Annadale, Co.

Leitrim, during the s; a book with photographs was. Taken from the book, HARVEY CONNECTION, compiled by Mary Lou Dawson, this lineage includes that of Lorrie Morgan of Country & Western Music Fame, as well as the many Onesiphorus Harveys: THE HARVEY FAMILIES OF INISHOWEN, CO DONEGAL AND MAEN CO.

Cornwall CSH3 THE HARVEY FAMILY. R.C. Shelburne 4pp: THE HARVEY FAMILY OF. G.H. Harvey: The Harvey families of Inishowen, Co. Donegal, and Maen, Cornwall: Folkestone F. Weatherhead National Library of Ireland Ir h 3: p.

Alexander G. Lecky: The Laggan and its Presbyterianism: Laggan the Presbytery National Library of Ireland Ir L 7: p. Repr, of & editions: Jim Mac Laughlin. Printed Rental and particulars of sale (landed estate courts) Harvey Estate, Gransha, Trillick, Ludden etc., Inishowen, Co.

Donegal, 18 March Book of maps of Alexander Murray Esq’s estate in Co. Donegal. This is described as “a book of survey and in the County of Donegal, part of the estate of Alexander. [families in Donegal Town area]. McGARVIE, Michael Fanad on foot: genealogical explorations in Donegal [Glastonbury: printed by Direct Offset], 62p., ill., charts £ [Limited edition of copies].

STRANORLAR parish roots book / exploring family origins in Ballybofey/Stranorlar and Killygordon Longford: Noel Farrell, 48p.

£ Read about the history and distribution of your surname in an Irish Surname book at your local library; that will give you an idea as to which province to begin your search. Harvey: G. Harvey, "The Harvey families of Inishowen, Co. Donegal, and Maen, Cornwall," Folkestone, Hassard: Rev.

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