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Inishowen Peninsula – Spiritual Home of the Doherty Clan
Posted On 2012-05-28 06:21:38
The O’Doherty name has survived in the area of Inishowen for many centuries and along with the O’Donnells, have ruled Inishowen.
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Doherty – it’s all in the spelling!
Posted On 2012-05-28 06:26:34
Our clann research unit has discovered over 140 ways of spelling this old Gaelic/Irish name which moved out of the Finn River valley in the late 1200's. From 1690 to the late 1820's the use of the prefix 'Ó (signifying 'grandson of') was illegal for those living in Ireland, so both versions will be found.
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Doherty Clan Rebellion of 1608
Posted On 2012-05-28 06:27:56
Sir Cahir O'Doherty, one of the remaining Donegal chieftains, had allied himself to the English, and for five years was under the patronage of the English military commander Sir Henry Dowcra. He was knighted in 1607, and was foreman of the jury that pronounced the absent earls as traitors.
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The Gathering - You're Invited!
Last Update 2012-11-06 10:09:20 | Posted On 2012-09-12 10:46:14
As Ireland gets ready for The Gathering 2013, we’re calling on all people of Irish heritage to answer the call of their Irish Clan. Across the provinces of Ulster, Leinster, Connaught and Munster, thousands of people of Irish ancestry are expected to participate in this global event.
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Posted On 2012-05-28 06:21:38
Inishowen Peninsula – Spiritual Home of the Doherty Clan
The O’Doherty name has survived in the area of Inishowen for many centuries and along with the O’Donnells, have ruled Inishowen.
Read 3245 times | 3 Comments
Posted On 2012-05-28 06:26:34
Doherty – it’s all in the spelling!
Our clann research unit has discovered over 140 ways of spelling this old Gaelic/Irish name which moved out of the Finn River valley in the late 1200's. From 1690 to the late 1820's the use of the prefix 'Ó (signifying 'grandson of') was illegal for those living in Ireland, so both versions will be found.
Read 3098 times | 1 Comments
Posted On 2012-05-28 06:27:56
Doherty Clan Rebellion of 1608
Sir Cahir O'Doherty, one of the remaining Donegal chieftains, had allied himself to the English, and for five years was under the patronage of the English military commander Sir Henry Dowcra. He was knighted in 1607, and was foreman of the jury that pronounced the absent earls as traitors.
Read 2918 times | 3 Comments
Last Update 2012-11-06 10:09:20 | Posted On 2012-09-12 10:46:14
The Gathering - You're Invited!
As Ireland gets ready for The Gathering 2013, we’re calling on all people of Irish heritage to answer the call of their Irish Clan. Across the provinces of Ulster, Leinster, Connaught and Munster, thousands of people of Irish ancestry are expected to participate in this global event.
Read 60928 times | 346 Comments