Documentation

 Some of the Documents below are Excel Documents. Those documents may take a little while longer to download. There may be several worksheets in some documents. The documentation data is Filtered and Sorted in Excel making Analysis much easier. These documents facilitate additional Interrogation of Ancestral Information if you are researching your-own Ancestral past. Data has been extracted from Griffiths Valuations Documentation and Tithe Applotment Books and collated for easy re-search. In other words, the Excel documents below allow you to 'Slice and Dice' Ancestral data for-yourself, to help you get what you are looking for quicker.

Tithe Applotment Documentation:

Click Here: See Parishes and Townlands in Kerry. Data Sorted & Filtered. Easily reviewed and quick search for Locations.

Click Here:  Review Family Names for Parishes and Townlands in Kerry. Data Sorted & Filtered. Easily reviewed and quick search for Family Names at Locations.

Griffiths Valuations Documentation:

Click Here: Read on Old Place Names & Explanations for Placenames in Localities in Kerry. 

Click Here:  List of Kerry Names in Localities in Kerry. ( Shorter version - Including  Killentierna, Castleisland, Kilcummin)
Data Sorted & Filtered. Easily reviewed and quick search for Family Names at Locations.

Click Here: List of Kerry Names in Localities in Kerry. ( Including  Parishes Index, Killentierna, Kilcummin, Castleisland, Dromultan, Ballincuslane, Currans, Kilsarcan, )
Data Sorted & Filtered. Easily reviewed and quick search for Family Names at Locations.

Click Here: Review Family Names for following Parishes and Townlands in Kerry. BallinCuslane (Cordal) & Kilquane
Data Sorted & Filtered. Easily reviewed and quick search for Family Names at Locations.

Ancestral Birth Marriage Death & Burial Data

Assorted Snapshots - Ancestral Birth Marriage Death & Burial Data Click Here

Associated Family Documentation.

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Family: Browne – Molahiffe, BallyBane, Bohereens & Connigar

Click HERE:  Information Browne Name. Data From Census, Tithe Applotment Documents & Griffiths Valuation Data on Browne Molahiffe, BallyBane, Bohereens, Connigar etc Easily reviewed and quick search for Family Names at Locations. (Research Courtesy of: Batty Daly, Knockaderry Farranfore)

Family: Timothy ‘Cork’ Casey Brosna, John Sheehy Duagh, O’Donoghue Cordal Co Kerry.

The O'Donoghue Family Ballinard Cordal Co Kerry has researched and prepared an Ancestral Document regarding Timothy 'Cork' Casey Brosna, John Sheehy, Duagh, and the O'Donoghues Cordal Co Kerry.

Click HERE: Read on the Ancestral Document regarding Timothy 'Cork' Casey Brosna, John Sheehy, Duagh, and the O'Donoghues Cordal Co Kerry

Family: O’Connell Castleisland, Co Kerry

John Breen, (who lives at Dublin and whose mother was Nell O'Connell, born at the O'Connell Homestead at Dooneen at Castleisland, Co Kerry) researched the Family Ancestry of the O'Connell Family with Ancestral Origins at Castleconnell Co Limerick and  Dooneen/Knockakip near Castleisland Co Kerry.

Click HERE: Read on the O'Connell Castleisland, Co Kerry Ancestry.
Note: This document was transcribed as it was being researched and was not intended as to be as result of completed research just yet.

Great Irish People Soldering Abroad

Click HERE:  Killorglin’s WW1 Servicemen and Women, including Jack Galvin who was shot at Ballyseedy 30/09/1922. Jack Galvin’s white wooden memorial cross is located on the Ballyseedy Road, east side, opposite the lodge and entrance gate to Ballyseedy Castle (now Ballyseede Castle Hotel). The cross is located within a walled turning circle, built c1880 for use of horse-drawn-coaches entering or leaving Ballyseedy Castle gateway. Background: John "Jack" Galvin of Killorglin had killed a pro-treaty officer during an attack on a bridge at Castlemaine. Following his arrest, on 30-Sep-1922 he was among a group of IRA prisoners being transferred from Killorglin Barracks to Tralee by Irish Free State soldiers. Travelling in convoy on the Killorglin-Ballyseedy Road via Farmer's Bridge, the lorries initially halted by Ballyseedy Wood near the entrance gate to Ballyseedy Castle, the road there having been blocked by felled trees. The prisoners, having first been set to work clearing the road, were afterwards walked on about 50 yards to Ballyseedy crossroads to wait for their vehicles. When the lorries arrived Galvin was noticed to be missing. The following day his body was found "behind a tree" or "behind the ditch" close to the place where the lorry had at first halted by Ballyseedy Wood

''If readers have information about family members from Killorglin Parish who served during World War One, I would be most grateful if you could contact the Killorglin Archive Society.''  Stephen Thompson.

General Ancestry Websites

Click HERE:    Brochure Kerry Local History - Local History & Archives Department at Tralee Library, Co Kerry. Staff Michael Lynch.

Click HERE:    Search County Kerry - Local History & Archives Department at Tralee Library, Co Kerry. Staff Michael Lynch.

Click HERE:    Search County Kerry Ireland  Part of the IreGenWeb Project.

Click HERE:    Families of County Kerry, Ireland: Over Four Thousand Entries from the Archives of the Irish Genealogical Foundation...2000 by Michael C. O'Laughlin.

Click HERE:   The Irish Times: Map of Kerry Parishes.

Click HERE:   The Irish Times: Kerry Ordinance Survey Map.