O’hANGLUINN:
The Surname 'Anglin'
Bibliography
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Bibliography


O’hAngluinn: The Anglins of Ireland

  • Best Source: National Library, Kildare St., Dublin


Material searched

  • ‘Irish names and surnames’, by Patrick Woulfe
     
  • McLysaght’s various books on Irish surnames particularly his Supplement
     
  • The ‘Annals of the Four Masters’
     
  • Griffiths Valuations of 1851
     
  • Ellis Island records for the place of origin of Anglin immigrants
     
  • English Census of 1881 for the Origin of Anglin immigrants
     
  • Waterford Augustinian Records
     
  • Military and Naval Records at Kew London
     
  • Tipperary Families Hearth and poll records
     
  • The Gospel of Matthew by Michael Mullins section on Genealogies
     
  • Hayes’ volumes listing periodicals and manuscripts
     
  • ‘Acallamh na Senorach 1’ ‘Colloquay of an Old Man’ cf. Internet
     
  • ‘The Atlas of Irish names and Surnames’ by Dr. W. Smith of UCC cf. Internet
     
  • ‘The History of Clonakilty’ by O’Rourke (a local historian) cf. Internet
     
  • ‘Lectures on Manuscript Materials of Ancient Irish History by Eugene O’Curry (Four Courts press) specifically chapter X ‘Books of Genealogy and Pedigrees’ O’Curry
     
  • ‘MacFirbis Book of Genealogies’ compiled from earlier sources in 1650-1660
     
  • The Tudor Fiants particularly Elizabeth’s: Reference for National Library Dublin is ‘1r941p8’
     
  • The Pipe Roll of Cloyne (in Latin) English translation available
     
  • The Annals of Ulster
  • Book of Ballymote – problem is getting a translation
     
  • The Miscellany of Celtic Society by John O’Donovan published in 1849
     
  • Histories: Of Bandon, Clonakilty, Skibbereen, Rosscarbery Diocese of Cork’s history whose centre was the town of Ross Carbery also Corca Laoighdhe taken from various sources
     
  • The History of Bandon by George Bennet
     
  • Petty’s Census of 1659
     
  • The Presentments of the Corporation of Kinsale vols 1-3
     
  • Marriage Licence Bonds of Church of Ireland
     
  • Roman Catholic Registers
     
  • Church of Ireland Registers esp. Bandon area
     
  • Irish Flax Growers list 1796 for County Clare
     
  • Irish Wills 1700+ Diocese Cork and Ross and also Cloyne diocese
     
  • A Calendar of wills of the diocese of Waterford and Lismore 1645 to 1800
     
  • The Convert Rolls by Eileen O’Byrne and part 2 by father Clare
     
  • The Protestant Census 1766
     
  • Women In Early Modern Ireland edited by MacCurtain
     
  • Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Commoners of Great Britain And Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions or High Official Rank: But uninvested with Heritable Honours. History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland. O'Donovan, of the County of Cork. Lineage. V. Honora , m. Dermod Anglin, d. in 167
     
  • Annals of Innisfallen (Ms. Rawlinson B 503) Translated and Indexed ny Sean Mac Art especially pages 444-509
     
  • An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800 Mary Frances Cusack 'The Nun of Kenmare'
     
  • A Concise course of Irish History by Moody and Martin
     
  • Church and Parish records of the united dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, Cork NLI IR 274145 c1 347
     
  • William Smith O’Brien petition of 1848/9. Ruth Lawler has put (www.originsnetwork.com) a transcription on the Net containing 90,000 signatures – no Anglins
     
  • The Irish in Europe 1580-1815 ed. Thomas O’Connor
     
  • Irish migrants in Europe after Kinsale by O Connor and Lyons
     
  • Periodicals ‘Irish Genealogist 1956-1980 also 82,84,85 others still to be searched
     
  • Narrative History of Ireland by Micheal O Siochfhradha ISBN 1-903497-21-3 published by Aubane historical Society Millstreet Co. Cork
     
  • Family Names of county Cork by Diarmuid O’Murchadha Glendale Press
     
  • Leabhar Muimhneach (the Book of Munster) ed. by O’Donoghue 1904 Dublin
     

Material worthy of further research

  • Periodicals ‘Irish Genealogist 1956-1980 also 82,84,85 others still to be searched
     
  • Macroom O’Kief vol. 8 and 1965 Vol 14 Gravestones
     
  • Cullen Barony of Kinsale JCHAS vol. 94 1989 Gravestones
     
  • Survey of Houses in Cork City, listing Tenants and possessors: ‘Quit Rent Office Papers’ NAI
     
  • 1753 Householders of St. Nicholas Parish NAI MFCI 23,24,25, M6047
     
  • Census 1834 NLI ms 675 Ballymoden Parish Cof. I
     
  • 1641 Depositions or Cromwell Certificates
     
  • John O Donovan’s The genealogies of Hy Fiachrach
     
  • The manuscript Ui Maine
     
  • The Book of Leinster year 1130
     
  • The Book of Lecan year 1416
     
  • 1576 the County Cork Presentments
     
  • Irish Court of Chancery documents 1600+
     
  • An Inquisition in 1578 Tudor times
     
  • Calendars of state papers of Ireland 1588-1592
     
  • The Munster Plantation: English migration to South Ireland (1583-1641) by MacCarthy Morragh (Oxford 1986)
     
  • Ireland under the Commonwealth and Protectorate (164-1656) 2 Vols. by Dunlop (Manchester 1913)
     
  • The History of Cork by Dr. Smith written in the early 1800’s
     
  • Books of Survey and distribution 1641 Proprietors and Grantees NLI Mss 966-967 no Anglins
     
  • 1790-1880 Official Papers, Petitions NAI in two sections 1790-1831 and then 1832-1890 they often include long lists of names or signatures
     
  • 1793 Householders in the Parish of St. Ann Shandon 1793 + JCHAS Vol 47,pp 87-111
     
  • Hearth Tax Records 1641 by Laffin – Tipperary
     
  • Duhallow heritage Project 1725-1924 NLI IR 720 n10 88 p
     
  • Navy lists 1814,19,27-79,185 et seq. 35905 NLI Top floor
     
  • A Naval Biographical Dictionary 3 Vols NLI 9235 0 1 /3b 2676-8
     
  • In pursuit of Seafaring ancestors Frank Murphy Decies 16 NLI IR 9414 4 d 5
     
  • Census 1834 NLI ms 675 Ballymoden Parish Cof. I
     
  • 1700-1752 Freemen of Cork City NAI m 4693
     
  • 1761 Militia List of Co. Cork NAI
     
  • The Munster Plantation: English migration to South Ireland (1583-1641) by MacCarthy Morragh (Oxford 1986)
     
  • Ireland under the Commonwealth and Protectorate (164-1656) 2 Vols by Dunlop (Manchester 1913)
     
  • The History of Cork by Dr. Smith written in the early 1800’s
     
  • Pierre Gouhier “Irish mercenaries in the service of France (1635-1664)” in French
     
  • The Irish Sword periodical 7 1965 p 58-75
     
  • “Etat et Rolle des Irelandois Catholiques habituez in Bretagne 1666” in the Acrhives du Ministere des Affaires Etrangeres, Paris Ms 1508 ff329-336
     
  • Archivium Hibernicum
     
  • Prosopography by Brockliss and Ferte

O’hAngluinn: The Anglins of the Diaspora

Material searched

Material relevant to each country of the Diaspora is placed also in that chapter’s bibliography

  • Kings passengers to Maryland and Virginia by Peter Wilson Cobham. recheck William Anglin to Maryland 1742
     
  • King Joseph ‘Ireland to North America; emigrants from West Cork’ NLI IR 942 k7 p.124 (no Anglins) vol. 1 of 4
     
  • ‘Ireland and America, early associations 1500-1640’ by David B. Quinn. Not really about names, and no Anglins
     
  • The Complete book of Emigrants in Bondage 1614-1775 by Peter Wilson Cobham (only England) – no Anglins
     
  • The Encyclopaedia of the Irish in America by Michael Glazier Notre Dame Press – but no Anglins
     
  • Irish American Associations Early Years by David Beers Quinn
     
  • In Search of Anglins by Evelyn Williams unpublished research
     
  • Anglins of Colonial America by Walter Anglin unpublished research
     
  • Anglin DNA project material
     
  • Early history and trade of the USA states of Carolina, Virginia, North Carolina to 1780
     
  • Trade history of Bristol England to the USA
     
  • Articles by Gwynn (Rev. Aubrey) S.J.:
     
    • Early Irish emigration to the West Indies (1612—1643). (Studies. Vol. XVIII, Sept., Dec., 1929)
    • A history of the Catholic Church in Jamaica by Francis X. Delaney, B.J., reviewed by. (Studies, Vol. XIX, pp. 512—14, Sept., 1930)
       
    • Cromwell’s policy of transportation. (Studies. Vol. XIX, Dec., 1930, Vol. XX, June, 1931)
       
    • Whence the “Black Irish” of Jamaica? By Joseph J. Williams, S.J. reviewed by. (Studies, Vol. XXI, p.694, Dec., 1932)
       
    • Indentured Servants and negro slaves in Barbados (1641-1650)
       
  • Wills – Scarlett and Anglin families of Jamaica
     
  • Cf. English National archives. Wills of:
     
    • Sir William Anglin Scarlett chief Justice of Jamaica    31/7/1832
       
    • William Anglin of Westmoreland Cornwall Jamaica    10/6/1843
       
    • Philip Anglin Morris of St. James Cornwall Jamaica   16/9/1843
       
    • Philip Anglin Scarlett of St. James Jamaica                20/4/1825
       
  • Family Trees of Protestant and Catholic lines of Canada
     
  • Transportation of Convicts from Ireland to Australasia
     
  • Shipping on the Web: for Ships ‘Anglin’ and Captain Anglin in New Zealand Whaling
     
  • Strangers and Citizens an exhibition on Irish Migration to Europe at the National Library Dublin
     
  • The Irish in Europe 1580-1815 ed. Thomas O’Connor
     
  • Irish Migrants in Europe after Kinsale edited by Thomas O’Connor and Mary Ann Lyons
     
  • Irish communities in Early Modern Europe edited by Thomas O’Connor and Mary Ann Lyons
     

Material worthy of research

  • Filby, P. William & Meyer, Mary K. ‘Passenger and immigration lists bibliography 1538-1900 NLI RR 387 p
     
  • ‘Ulster Emigration to colonial America 1718—75’ By Dickson NLI IR 9411 d 22
     
  • The Westward Enterprise by Liverpool university Press
     
  • ‘Original Lists of Persons of Quality emigrating to America 1600- 1700’ by J. C. Hotten NLI
     
  • ‘Irish Schoolmasters in the American colonies 1640-1775’ by John C. Lenihan NLI IR 942 r 9, p.31
     
  • ‘Irish Settlers in America by M. J. O’Brien NLI IR 942 0 23
     
  • McGinn Brian ‘Virginia’s Lost Irish Colonists’ IR no.4 (1994) 21-24 NLI
     
  • Ireland to America ..West Cork by John c. Lenihan NLI IR 942, k7 124 p
     
  • The Irish in Europe 1580-1815 edited by Thomas O’Connor
     
  • Hibernicum published annually at Maynooth
     
  • Etat et rolle des catlolique Irelandes 1660
     
  • Pierre Gouhier “Irish mercenaries in the service of France (1635-1664)” in French
     
  • The Irish Sword periodical 7 1965 p 58-75
     
  • “Etat et Rolle des Irelandois Catholiques habituez in Bretagne 1666” in the Acrhives du Ministere des Affaires Etrangeres, Paris Ms 1508 ff329-336
     
  • Periodicals Irish Genealogist 1974-1979 and 1980-1985
     
  • Prosopography by Brockliss and Ferte
     
  • The Irish Diaspora edited by Bid???
     
  • Akenson, ‘If the Irish ran the world’
     
  • Assisted passage Records of people going to the colonies are at the National Archives and Guild Hall London
     
  • Child Apprentices to Virginia From Christ’s hospital London 1617- 1778 gpc 1990
     
  • In class T e7/9-12 in the national Archives London are a list of emigrants to America
     
  • The Journal of the American Irish historical society articles:
     
    • Irish pioneers in Maryland 14(1915) 207-19 by MJ O Brien NLI 1r973 a 1
       
    • Irish Builders in North Carolina 10 (1911) NLI ir973 a1
       
    • Grantees of Land in Virginia 13 NLI IR 973 a1
       
    • Irish settlers on the Opequan 6 (1906) 71-4 NLI IR 973 a1
       
    • Some settlers in Virginia 2 (1899) 161-66 NLI IR 973 a I by J. Lawless
       
    • John Lenihan early Irish settlement in Virginia 4 (1904) 30-42 NLI IR 973 a1
       
  • The Irish in Charlestown South Carolina (1926 NLI GR 2240 vol. xxv)