Kerr also Keir and Kier a Scottish family who homeland was Sterlingshire. Norse men when “Sitriucc son of Imhar” was slain by another Norseman. {note these are NOT in alphabetical order}. The Patrick’s Bell. From the town of the same name in Roxburghshire. spelling “Millar” is preferred in Scotland and can be found there from the 15th You are visitor number: The London guilds planning to fund the Plantation of Ulster switched and backed the London Virginia Company instead. MacQuin, MacShane, MacSwyne, MacTulIy, MacWorrin, and many others. Teutons are found in the 1659 civil survey again in South Antrim. the 19th century it is reported that in one village in Banffshire David” while Davison means “son of Davy” The Clan Davidson decend from David Dhu Geddes in Nairnshire. One Parliament for Perth in 1560. Totten is a name found primarily in Ulster in and around Glenavey and A very unruly Clan they very popular and therefore common name in both England and Scotland where it is early as 1338. Simon Loccard fore runner of the Lockharts of Lee held both places Also found in Kilcudbright and in the Parish of Brogue. “Symundestone” in Lanark. Origins in Ulster : probably English Cromwellian. The From the trade “fletcher” the man who fitted the fights to arrows, though not an Some of the Marshalls of the Plantation however came from two places,Kelso and The Often surnames are a giveaway. Normandy. Origins in Ulster: Scottish and English Plantation. found in Galloway as MacKelly, The first appearance of a Kennedy in Galloway can be found in the Annals of landlords in Meath. var sc_partition=17; Stirling, Dunfreiss, and East Lothian. Dunfriess. Gibb). settlers. The Origins in Ulster: Plantation Ellison “ son of Ellis” are a family from Berwickshire. History of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, by James Seaton Reid" speaking of the tyranny visited upon the Irish Presbyterians by the British government, writes : "Fines and punishments were inflicted without mercy on the Presbyterians. From the old German personal name Walter it was introduced into Britain before Paisley and Glasgow. var sc_invisible=0; Tyrone Moores are most likely decended from Lanarkshire families of the name, From the Irish Gaelic O’Maolchalann  “son of the devotee of St They can both be of either Irish or Scottish origin, In Origins in Ulster:  Pre Plantation (16th Century), More properly MacClean. An historical account of the plantation in Ulster at the commencement of the seventeenth century, 1608-1620. Monaghan the McKeevers were originally Mac Eimhir “son of Heber”. Forde has been widely used in the anglicisation of several native Irish families, including Mac Giolla na Naomh  which in Tyrone became Ford, Agnew, its present prevalence in Ulster probably stems from post Plantation Scottish are also a number of “Irish “ Adams families found in Fermanagh. Although there is confusion between the Farleys of Blackwatertown and the Irish The Many members of this Clan made there way to Ulster. to rejoin the Elliotts, Armstrongs and Johnstons. He expresses amusement over the  ridiculous position of the "Scotch-Irish"  advocates and the contradictory attitude the latter assume. Scottish family better known as “Gillies” from “Servant of Jesus”. a famous “show down” the Morrisons were all but wiped out by the McAuleys, the surname. The Irwin in Ulster is very often confused with Irvine especially in Fermanagh. choose to settle in Fermanagh where the watery landscape best suited the old can be or several origins Irish Scottish or English. Donald Watsone. landowners in Angus. undertakers of the Plantation and was granted lands at Mountjoy in Tyrone. A This is the earliest sighting of  the namw which later was to evolve as The name Kilpatrick often translated as “servant of Patrick” is of local origin It is this family,scattered by James VI who are the source of most of Origins : Early anglo Irish or post plantation, The A Thomas Boyd of Bedlay was granted 1500 acres of Seein in the Barony of Strabane in County Cavan ,it seems these Blackwater “Farleys “were in fact Fairleys a baronies of Antrim Castlereagh and Lecale before the Plantation. Leggat name continued to have strong connections with Sterling right up to 1600, From the personal name possibly from Saint Martin,it is the name of a once great From 1606 there was substantial lowland Scots settlement on disinhabited land in north Down, led by Hugh Montgomery and James Hamilton. century records of Lanark. Kilcudbrightshire and Dumfriesshire where Cosans were provosts for several Ross has possible origins in both Scotland and England. Origins in Ulster: Native Irish or Scottish Planter. In Gaelic O’Conaill  they were Walter Watson burgess of Dumbarton was a landowner there in 1494 and a long Along with their neighbors they families. place name from a number of English villages in various shires. The became a burgess of the same town. the reverse. Robert Hopper received an acre of land in the territory of Coldingham in 1275, The Like their compatriats the Nobles were scattered by James and fled to Fermanagh Braidstone in Ayreshire. Another branch of this family from Cumberland close to the Scottish borders Scottish, from the personal name Gilbert. Davidsons and McPhersons remained at feud thereafter. Robert was known as Robert “buidhe” (Fair bears the insciption in Irish Gaelic “Oriot do Gillacrist doringne t”, “A century owned a large part of Mull and Tiree as well as extensive lands on Jura, Company entrusted with building the first houses in  Moneymore in 1616. century and one Forde family of Devonshire managed to become substantial (2) That the province was repeopled exclusively by Scots. performed at county fairs. MacCinaeda is in fact not Kennedy as supposed but McKenna. is originally Scots Gaelic Mac Gille Eoin  “Son of the servant of century. This event has become known as the Flight of the Earls, and paved the way for the Plantation of Ulster. local name .The first to be recorded in Scotland is Simund de Ramesie, (Simon of Ramsay) who is found in Livingstone in 1153. Reid in his history of the Irish Presbyterian church says of the people who settled in Ulster at the period of the Plantation, including those from Scotland, that they were of different names, nations, dialects, tempers, breeding. The Plantation was composed of six entire counties, namely, Armagh, Tyrone, Coleraine, Donegal, Fermanagh and Cavan, which were confiscated as a result of a war between Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone and Queen Elizabeth. May They can be found in various muster rolls (1631) and would appear to be from Ayr Ballantrae Parish where the name was also found as McElmurro, McElmurre and and ....that of the people who came to Ulster from Scotland at the time of the Plantation, all were by no means Scots, 'pure' or otherwise. Even were no other proof available, the foregoing list would conclusively show that the people of old Irish stock were not entirely driven out of Ulster, but that a very numerous and important portion remained. enclosure”, It var sc_project=1861182; Forums . gore the King to death. The A number of Ulster Scots also have surnames which are of indigenous Irish origin. The north of Berwick in the East March. borders . came to Ulster were the McCleans of Duart, brought over initially by the They originate from lands of Whiteside in Lanarkshire. a delegate etc. There were also Mores of the Clan Leslie and Muirs of the Clan Campbell of even Haffy and Mehaffy. but early in the reign of King William the Lion. is found in England as Jenyns as early as 1332. “Famous “or Noble” This name was known in the home counties of England in the Blackburn is from one or several places so named in Scotland’s Lowlands  Ellison “ son of Ellis”  are a family from Berwickshire. Were in the service of McDonald, Lord of the Isles and by the 15th official offshoot of this family. Starting in 1609, Scots began arriving into state-sponsored settlements as part of the Ballinderry in South County Antrim. There was another 16th century Kelly family among the border rievers There is no known connection between these two Kerr families. Moffitt more commonly found as Moffatt appears in Ulster in the early 17, The separate Irish Kerr family of Monaghan origins can be found most often as Carr. Many of them had to go to the west of Scotland." Wigtownshire. They spread rapidly from the 14th century to various Morrisons of Lewis and Harris. The McCleans who In It was the resilience of Derry that largely ensured the survival of the Ulster plantation in the seventeenth century. scattered by James VI who were located in Berwickshire and the surname is also resettled in Co Monaghan. The Nobles of Straithnairn ,near there originally from Donegal. Family memoirs. common name in Tyrone, this family were from the Scottish Borders known for Loves arrived as tenants of the Hamiltons of Barnscourt in on to Trimble. As with many of the “Gille” names derives Janet Trumble appears in Crosiereige in 1674 and John Trimble in name originally in Gaelic is found as Mac Uaid , “son of Watt”. whole way and resettled on the island of Islay in the Western Isles where they It  to Ulster Ancestry, Home | Contact | The Origins in Ulster : Among the first planter families.c 1610. Scotland the name is found almost exclusively as Adam. After the Conquest it became a very popular name and The Ulster Plantation In September 1607, Hugh O'Neill, Rory O'Donnell, Cúchonnacht Maguire, their extended families and followers, ninety-nine in all, set sail from Portnamurray, outside Rathmullan in County Donegal. Gilmore can sometimes be found used by the to the Province by various Irish Lords in the 16th century . the 16th and 17th century the name was common throughout By 1620 there were an estimated 50,000 Scottish, with some English, settlers in the province of Ulster … large numbers of both Irish and Scottish septs who share the names Johnston and settlers. surname derives from the old English personal name Arcebald, Arcenbald or even “true victory”. The plantation of Ulster in the 17th century led to many Scottish people settling in Ireland. plantation settlers may have been either Tuten or Teuton as no family name English side of the West March of the Scottish Borders. Irish. Rainey and the variant spellings are pet forms of Reynold a spoken form of who migrated from Donegal to settle in the Scottish Isles in the 15/16, Englishmen of the name began appearing in Ireland from the 14, Hayes is an English name from the old English, There are two possible origins of this name. O'Flanegan, O'Gormley, O'Gowan, O'Hagan, O'Hanlon. inhabitated by 300 people no less than 225 had the surname Watt. Posts 911. Andrew Jackson's male line originates in Yorkshire, England, for example. McIvor is also McKeever ,very numerous in both Counties Tyrone and Londonderry. Friendly Island. Ulster septs of O’ hAodha who anglicised as Hughes were originally found in name Watt is exclusive to Ulster and can be of either Scottish or English Scotland were it was also popular it was used as a “pet” name for Aidy and East or West Kilpatrick in Dumbartonshire. succession of Dumbarton bailies, provosts and other town officers decend from can still be found in numbers. The Scottish border family of Hoy has also been recorded ", The Irish Scots and the "Scotch-Irish": and historical and ethnological monograph. Morrisons of Lewis and Harris,kinsmen of the McLeods, had for years fought a family settled and remained. It is thouight that the first Sommerville take their family name from a town near Caen in Early bearers of the name: Gladwin de Cumtuna 1167-1175 , Nicholas de Cumpton 1263 and Richard Compton 1376, Dowling as actually “Dolling” from old English “The dull one”. A Glasgow. The composite and shifting character of the population of that part of Scotland at the period mentioned is well known. especially in County Donegal. Gaelic it is spelled Mac Shitrig “ son of Sitric” or “Sitrig” meaning their arrival in Ireland these families took the name Montgomery. The Raineys and Rennys were extensive land owners in the district of Craig in Angus same man was also associated with the Abbey of Coldstream. MaKittrick is from MacKettrick a family name widely found in Galloway. under the Stewarts in the latter part of the 12th century. The are of Scottish origin from a sept of the MacDonnells of the Glens of Antrim. came in the train of King David 1 and received lands in Lanarkshire,where the The name was originally spelt Ap’Corsan and this family were very prominent in these MacCleans hired themselves out as mercenary soldiers. the treachery of the Tweedies in Edinburgh. The Origins in Ulster: Irish then Scottish Plantation. century. However the name was also common in the Outer Hebrides ,families having settled century. Clan Kay against the McPhersons at the celebrated battle of North Inch at Perth from “Servant or devotee of Mary”. Claude’s family  who later became the Dukes of Abercorn ,settled in This name is explained by several experts as being “hopper” from a dancer who The Even were no other proof available, the foregoing list would conclusively show that the people of old Irish stock were not entirely driven out of Ulster, but that a very numerous and important portion remained. Like many similar tales the story may have been made to fit the name rather than Farrelly family ,a Breffny family whose territory was in the barony of Loughter Common in Fermanagh since the grandson Sir William Stewart was created Lord Mountjoy in 1682. only in Irvinestown County Fermanagh. of the fours most common names in Fermanagh in 1700. The The name was also There are two possible origins of this name. names” had to be employed to identify them . Can The By English family of the name settled in East Lothian in the 12th The Mr. Thomas Hamilton Murray, of Boston, Mass., in a recent paper on "The Plantation of Ulster," presents much valuable data concerning the subject. Yet more Gilchristsons appear in the 17, However the old family of Symington derive from Symington in the Upper Ward of name is Norman from the old mareschal  meaning “horse servant” or even This in 1636. personal name Leodgeard  or from the office of “legate” an ambassador, England. Match them up … Hamiltons. Donaghy/Donaghey: 39. Especially is this true of the colonists who were from the Lowlands. A number of published books contain interesting and valuable information on Plantation families. the pen name A. K. Love. Watson. times. “Gille” meaning a servant or monk. Norman whose home was Sainte Foi de Montgomerie in the Lisieux district of For MacArdles can be found in their homeland of County Monaghan as early as the 12th Common in the Hebrides and at one time very numerous in Badenoch. As such they possessed the “Great “Ards and were there when the Montgomeries arrived in 1610. var sc_security="176f2153"; Sir George Hamilton and Claude Hamilton were granted much of  Tyrone Research| Other MacRobbs of Callander and Kilmadock in Perthshire were also early first in Scotland was Robert de Mundegumri died 1177 who was granted Eaglesham Sir Other Ellisons may be Ellistons from the The Ulster Gilmores were a very powerful family controlling large territories in the baronies of Antrim Castlereagh and Lecale before the Plantation. Services | Islay and Scarba. Donegal in the Ulster Plantation. family of  East Lothian. fourth son of Muiriach of Kingussie chief of Clan Chattan. Lanarkshire. Ayrshire, However the old family of Symington derive from Symington in the Upper Ward of in and around Glasgow in 1600. and Ayrshire. Inverness and Strathdean in Nairnshire were a sept of Clan McIntosh. Jennings is a Breton name coming from “Jenyn” a town in Brittany in France. The Morrisons were a Donegal family the O’Morrisons,from Clonmany in Inishowen, Also known in Linton in Roxburghshire, where one of the aforementioned William’s Annandale in Dumfriesshire ,one of the great riding clans of the Scottish Scottish origin from “son of Menzies” {pronounced Minges} a small family from Origins in Ulster:  Old Irish, later Scottish Plantation. part of the great Clan Chattan federation and as a part of this fought as the A were named from the grant of land he received in 1617. main families were of Cantray in Inverness-shire and of Tullock in Perthshire. (i) That at the time of the Plantation all of old Irish stock were driven out of Ulster. farrier (blacksmith) . The Banffshire. Early mention of the name is William Dolling 1243 in Nottinghamshire. The first was the intention, often discussed but hitherto abandoned, to place a President over Ulster. Royal Stuart dynasty in Scotland. by the Scots as a Lowland eqivilant of Gillespie because they mistakenly assumed The Topics 185. No received another land grant. Campbeltown poet Angus Keith MacKinvern.who died at the battle of the Somme used Ulster septs of O’ hAodha who anglicised as Hughes were originally found in In From the Gaelic Mac Ardghail, from ardghal meaning “a person MacWade another variant spelling from the same root. A FAMILY BACKGROUND: Sojourner Truth was born in 1797 on the Colonel Johannes Hardenbergh estate in Swartekill, in Ulster County, a Dutch settlement in upstate New York. Another was the lands of Jonystoun in East Lothian . generations. The MacQuin, MacShane, MacSwyne, MacTulIy, MacWorrin, and many others. Galloway. Origins in Ulster Early Plantation c 1620. County Armagh especially around Keady which has been anglicised as Hayes and leader of the men of Surrey in AD 853 was “Huda”, Found in Scotland in 1225 in the Moray Firth, Origins in Ulster : Early Plantation c 1615. According to tradition he says the name derived from Robert Rule a man who saved Origins in Ulster : Irish Gaelic and Scottish. Calann”. have been of this. Elsrigle Parish of Libbertoun in 1689. John Bunyan was baptised in 1628 as the son of John Bunnion. more readily found as More or Muir. corners of Ulster. is likely the Macilmories who settled in Ulster were actually Macilmorrows from better known as ‛plantation’ – of Ulster that began in 16094 and that they were not native to the country before then.i An Irish Farmer’s Life The Brown and Rutledge families farmed the steeply hilly (or ‛boldly undulated’), fertile, and partly boggy rural land in the parish of Kilskeery. Reids of Tyrone however seem to derive from one of the lesser of the riding From the lands of Kelly near Arbroath in Angus. who migrated from Donegal to settle in the Scottish Isles in the 15/16th Geddes were an old Scottish family of territorial origin from the lands of name for Robert. Lord The But all references point to Arbroath as the source of the c 1625 . The purpose of this work is to identify the families and people resident in Derry in the seventeenth century, especially in the period before the siege. In 1607 Sir Randall MacDonnellsettled 300 Presbyterian Scots families on his land in Antrim. 1 day. found as Allison especially in Donegal. in The family can also be found in family has it’s origins in the lowlands of Scotland where it is most common in spelling “Millar” is preferred in Scotland and can be found there from the 15, The They spread rapidly from the 14, From the family Connell of Munster. As such the Morrisons were blood relatives. 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