Donegal Genealogy


Donegal Genealogy

Genealogy in Donegal.

This Donegal genealogy group is dedicated to helping people with researching their ancestors in County Donegal, offering a genealogy chatroom, Donegal genealogy links and a Donegal genealogy message forum

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Members: 10
Latest Activity: Feb 14

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Donegal Genealogy Links & Resources


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Discussion Forum

Dooish Elders

Started by Doug. Last reply by ges Feb 14. 3 Replies

My maternal 3x great-grandfather, David Elder, is reputed to have been born in Dooish, Ramoghy Parish, County Donegal, possibly the son of Moses Elder, but definitely the grandson of Robert Elder (b c1705) of Upper Burnfoot, Burt Parish, County…Continue

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Doherty in Donegal?

Started by kriselk. Last reply by David11000 Jan 4. 1 Reply

My GGGrandmother was born c1834 in Donegal, Ireland (according to one English census record), but I don't have any official record to prove it. I need to know specifically where she was born / lived until she went to Lancashire, England at about age…Continue

Great-Grandparents from Donegal

Started by mo Dec 13, 2012. 0 Replies

Trying to locate Cornelius McGowan (born -/+1850) don't know when he immegrated to U.S. but first record I have for him is 1880 NYC Census.  At that time he was married Susan Mowen and they had one child 5 mos Patrick.  Family verbal history says…Continue

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Falcarragh Donegal

Started by Kathleen Ingram Jun 16, 2012. 0 Replies

My Grandfather Edward Faunt's mother was Mary Dugan from Falcarragh(Crossroads) Donegal. Mary's parents were Patrick Dugan and Catherine McClafferty.They both were born in Crossroads.Mary Dugan came to Philadelphia PA to join her Uncle John Duggan…Continue

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Correnagh and Dooballagh, Leck, Donegal

Started by Tacy Jan 11, 2012. 0 Replies

My great grandparents were Edward McGee and Margaret Herald of Correnagh, near Letterkenny.  They had 6 children.  Only 3 were still alive at the time of Edward's death in 1908.  One was my grandfather, Neal, who died in Alberta, one was Charles who…Continue

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