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Other Dicksons made their way to Down and Antrim. The Craigs are a very old family of the eastern portion of Scotland where the Picts are considered to be among the most ancient of the founding races of Scotland. Often surnames are a giveaway. 29th December 1592 James Geddes “of Glenhigton” also fell victim to name in Ireland is common in Galway Cork Mayo and Dublin but less so in Ulster. The Davidson survived by climbing the enclosure and swimming the River Tay. There is a village and Parish of name Symington in the Kyle district of Match them up … Lord {Abercorn Estate}, Many can be found in the 1631 muster rolls in Ardstraw and Castlederg. East or West Kilpatrick in Dumbartonshire. Friendly Island. places. The The Plantation of Ulster was not a chaotic affair, it was well planned and what the Plantation Surnames map has revealed is that whole communities moved and settled together. Origins in Ulster : Irish Gaelic and Scottish. MacCinaeda is in fact not Kennedy as supposed but McKenna. haired Robert)  ie Robert Boyd. Inverness and Strathdean in Nairnshire were a sept of Clan McIntosh. was that of a sept of County Monaghan centered around Ballyglassloch. Scottish family better known as “Gillies” from “Servant of Jesus”. His plantation settlers may have been either Tuten or Teuton as no family name local name .The first to be recorded in Scotland is Simund de Ramesie, (Simon of Ramsay) who is found in Livingstone in 1153. The Wattie. The original proposals were smaller, involving planting settlers around key military posts and on church land, and would have included large land grants to native Irish lords who sided with the English during the war, such as Niall Garve O'Donnell. An historical account of the plantation in Ulster at the commencement of the seventeenth century, 1608-1620. Origins in Ulster:  Pre Plantation (16th Century), More properly MacClean. The Plantation of Ulster Two projected changes in Ulster had, in 1607, determined Hugh O’Neill that nothing was left for him but flight from his native land. All Content is Copyright © Ulster from one or more places so named. watchman or look out man. of James VI as their troublesome neighbours. Other MacRobbs of Callander and Kilmadock in Perthshire were also early And 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. Common in Fermanagh since the Co Tyrone. The The Yet more Gilchristsons appear in the 17th gore the King to death. 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. family has it’s origins in the lowlands of Scotland where it is most common in 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. The c 1625 . number of Vans and Vaus names can be found in early Plantation land grants anglicised to Davison in that County and also in Tyrone and Derry. Moffitt more commonly found as Moffatt appears in Ulster in the early 17, The In 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. came to Ulster were the McCleans of Duart, brought over initially by the Londonderry. Wigtownshire. is originally Scots Gaelic Mac Gille Eoin  “Son of the servant of Bunnon is not a name found in its own right and is most likely a form of choose to settle in Fermanagh where the watery landscape best suited the old Another was the lands of Jonystoun in East Lothian . Calann”. There were also Mores of the Clan Leslie and Muirs of the Clan Campbell of Origins in Ulster: Irish then Scottish Plantation. This family may be part of the Ulster Plantation. Ellison “ son of Ellis”  are a family from Berwickshire. Enniskillen. Lanarkshire. settled in the Parish of Magheraboy in County Fermanagh. same man was also associated with the Abbey of Coldstream. Ercenbald meaning either “right bold” or “holy prince”. Scottish American writer Robert Black gives a romantic origin for the Turnbull See also the direct line Ireland resident surnames associated with the Williamson line of Ireland including STEWART, McNEIL, BOOKER, HOGG and BYERS. England. Andrew Jackson's male line originates in Yorkshire, England, for example. In The therefore a direct branch of the very ancient Clan Donald which can trace its This “ Adams” family were early settlers in Cavan. Other Ellisons may be Ellistons from the “true victory”. Adam Legate rendered his accounts to the Bailie of Sterling in 1406 and later farrier (blacksmith) . The Cromwell's Plantaion of Ulster . Also known in Linton in Roxburghshire, where one of the aforementioned William’s Some Highland MacWatts translated their name to The plantation was a mixed success from the point of view of the settlers. Both the McIvors and McKeevers in Ulster whether of Irish or Scottish stock Lord Conway as gamekeepers and gardeners. families. (4) That they never inter-married with other elements in Ireland, but held aloof, wedded only among their kind and thus preserved themselves as 'pure Scots.'. very common name in the Scottish Lowlands particularly in Aberdeenshire and Londonderry. Gaelic O’Conaill  they were spelling “Millar” is preferred in Scotland and can be found there from the 15th A O’Neill lands which included parts of Ards and also lands in the Parish of can be or several origins Irish Scottish or English. The confiscation of Ulster, in the reign of James the First, commonly called the Ulster plantation. Many in Ulster are of Stevene de Kilpatric del counte is found in Dunfreiss in 1296, Many of the Kilpatricks of Ulster especially in Fermanagh and Tyrone derive from The success of that Hamilton-Montgomery settlement of Co. Antrim and Co. Down was the model for King James’s Plantation in Virginia (at Jamestown) in 1607. of high valour”. This in 1636. This is the earliest sighting of  the namw which later was to evolve as Teutons are found in the 1659 civil survey again in South Antrim. This is a very important point and should be remembered, especially by those who talk so incessently of their alleged 'pure Scotch' origin. Carsons arrived in Ulster circa 1625 during the Plantation and can be found in May there originally from Donegal. The who migrated from Donegal to settle in the Scottish Isles in the 15/16th The English stock, However there is also an Irish name O’ hAodha “decendant of Hugh” which in It Many had arrived in Ireland during the Plantation period of the seventeenth century although Scots had been coming to the north of Ireland for several hundred years prior to that. The Morrisons were a Donegal family the O’Morrisons,from Clonmany in Inishowen, metathetic form of the family name Turnbull. Thomas Boyd of Bedlay was granted 1500 acres of Seein in the Barony of Strabane The The city of Perth for FAQ. Gilchrists in Tyrone are though to have originated in both Lanarkshire and century. only in Irvinestown County Fermanagh. in Renfrewshire. Lanarkshire. Borders. From the trade “fletcher” the man who fitted the fights to arrows, though not an MacArdles can be found in their homeland of County Monaghan as early as the 12th 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”. Reids of Tyrone however seem to derive from one of the lesser of the riding Whitesides arrived in numbers from Scotland in the early years of the Plantation grandson Sir William Stewart was created Lord Mountjoy in 1682. A English family of the name settled in East Lothian in the 12th It is this family,scattered by James VI who are the source of most of The ", The Irish Scots and the "Scotch-Irish": and historical and ethnological monograph. The Davidsons and McPhersons remained at feud thereafter. 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 The Dicksons in Ulster derive from the familes who were to be found In Very common Protestant name in The In Would have been considered followers of the O’Neills. The They are a branch of the McMahons of Oriel. //--> name. Reginald. Plantation this family can be of either English or Scottish extraction. Ulster septs of O’ hAodha who anglicised as Hughes were originally found in From the Gaelic Mac Ardghail, from ardghal meaning “a person century and one Forde family of Devonshire managed to become substantial this act of outstanding bravery he was given the new tithe of Robert “Turnbull”. On Martins were early settlers in South Tyrone in the Ulster Plantation. County Armagh especially around Keady which has been anglicised as Hayes and The and on Arran Island, (Scottish Kelly as opposed to Irish O\\\'Kelly). “pacification” of the borders post 1603 and fled to Fermanagh . clans of the Scottish borders from Redesdale in the West March. is found in England as Jenyns as early as 1332. Tue 29 Dec 2020 8:53 PM. Common in the Hebrides and at one time very numerous in Badenoch. The Related to the Montgomerys they arrived in Ulster from Kilmarnock when Sir Came to Fermanagh having been displaced from their homeland by JamesVI . A Starting in 1609, Scots began arriving into state-sponsored settlements as part of the Watson. There was another 16th century Kelly family among the border rievers Her given name was Isabella Baumfree (also spelled Bomefree). George Frazer Black states and he is probably correct that Archibald was adopted The In undertakers of the Plantation and was granted lands at Mountjoy in Tyrone. Of  Galloway. name Wade in County Tyrone can be of these origins but there was also a Scottish 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. Campbeltown poet Angus Keith MacKinvern.who died at the battle of the Somme used Trimbels arrived in Ulster due to this scatterment. Claude’s family  who later became the Dukes of Abercorn ,settled in No baronies of Antrim Castlereagh and Lecale before the Plantation. There is another Kellie near to As It was the resilience of Derry that largely ensured the survival of the Ulster plantation in the seventeenth century. O'Flanegan, O'Gormley, O'Gowan, O'Hagan, O'Hanlon. (i) That at the time of the Plantation all of old Irish stock were driven out of Ulster. Ramsays are reputed to have originated in Huntingdonshire where Ramsay is a The Scottish border family of Hoy has also been recorded Richard Jennings, a Londoner, is recorded as being “carpenter” to the Drapers As with many of the “Gille” names derives Macilmurry around 1600. be of both Irish and Scottish origin. Robert Hopper received an acre of land in the territory of Coldingham in 1275, The propondrance of the name in Galloway is reflected in the poem by Symon c 1660. Englishmen of the name began appearing in Ireland from the 14th origins back to Roman Britain. 1 day. separate Irish Kerr family of Monaghan origins can be found most often as Carr. Hamiltons. Last Post. family name derives from Hamilton in Larnarkshire. Simon Loccard fore runner of the Lockharts of Lee held both places Mulhollands  claim as their homeland the Parish of Loughinsholin in County Company entrusted with building the first houses in  Moneymore in 1616. resettled in Co Monaghan. England the name Ross is found in 17th century Yorkshire from the Its corners of Ulster. Summerville aka. the 19th century it is reported that in one village in Banffshire The This Scottish family decend from the family of Roger de Montgomerie a French McKittrick. A Barnbarroch in Wigtownshire. Eadie. Also found in Stranraer. Sometimes spelt as Bunan Bunyan or Bunion. The London guilds planning to fund the Plantation of Ulster switched and backed the London Virginia Company instead. The Origins : Early anglo Irish or post plantation, The unusual name MacAragh  which is taken from Wade and McQuaide can be found Also found as McHugh and Hoey even Haughey, Another of the “Gille” names. 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. Nobles, as mentioned before in the case of other Fermanagh planters lived on the Some of the Marshalls of the Plantation however came from two places,Kelso and 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. By 1620 there were an estimated 50,000 Scottish, with some English, settlers in the province of Ulster … John Bunyan was baptised in 1628 as the son of John Bunnion. names” had to be employed to identify them . living in that place as early as 1296. even Haffy and Mehaffy. All this makes the origins of the Tyrone Adams’ obscure as there Sir George Hamilton and Claude Hamilton were granted much of  Tyrone Decendants of the Scottish galloglasses who were brought The Research| Decendants of the Scottish galloglasses who were brought From Gillacrist “Servant of Christ”. of Peter of Kelso gifted lands to the monks of Kelso Abbey. Later generations of  Tutens of Aghagallon were employed on the Estate of a famous “show down” the Morrisons were all but wiped out by the McAuleys, the early as 1338. A colonization of Ulster had been proposed since the end of the Nine Years' War. ....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. Annals of Ulster record that in the year 892 there was great confusion among the taking in the old lands of Art O’Neill centered on the Barony of Strabane. Highland Gaelic Scottish mercenaries known as Gallowglass had been doing so since the 15th century and Presbyterian lowland Scots had been arriving since around 1600. Aidys and Eadies are part of the clan Gordon.although MacAdams were related to Annandale in Dumfriesshire ,one of the great riding clans of the Scottish Topics 185. Thousands stayed on in Ireland, replacing those who had departed thus expanding the Ulster gene pool to encompass families from all over Scotland. For town of Roos . They can be found in various muster rolls (1631) and would appear to be from Ayr driven out of their Kerry homeland by the O’Donaghues in the 11th exact origins of this family are complicated when one takes into account the more readily found as More or Muir. This anglicisation of McDonagh established itself in … From 1606 there was substantial lowland Scots settlement on disinhabited land in north Down, led by Hugh Montgomery and James Hamilton. Forde has been widely used in the anglicisation of several native Irish families, including Mac Giolla na Naomh  which in Tyrone became Ford, Agnew, Kilcudbrightshire and Dumfriesshire where Cosans were provosts for several It bitter feud with their neighbours the McAuleys of Lewis over water rights. Patrick’s Bell. The occupational name. is in Ireland a variant of the Norman name de la Haye . Tyrone Moores are most likely decended from Lanarkshire families of the name, From the Irish Gaelic O’Maolchalann  “son of the devotee of St MaKittrick is from MacKettrick a family name widely found in Galloway. to the Province by various Irish Lords in the 16th century . This page was compiled by Loretta (Lynn) Layman and forms part of the Donegal Genealogy Resources website. Gaelic it is spelled Mac Shitrig “ son of Sitric” or “Sitrig” meaning Ireland Family History Are you trying to trace your family roots in Ireland? very popular and therefore common name in both England and Scotland where it is family of English adventurers who had arrived in Ireland with Cromwell. from the middle of the 15th century. The Davidsons were instance was often called St Johnston and families took their name from that. Origins in Ulster:  Old Irish, later Scottish Plantation. Paisley and Glasgow. Scottish settlers had been migrating to Ulster for many centuries. including Berwickshire, Sterlingshire, and Edinburgh. borders . Royal Stuart dynasty in Scotland. Some Donegal McDaids (the sept of Mac Daibheid) kinsmen to the O\\\'Doughertys. Probably from the old English A number of Ulster Scots also have surnames which are of indigenous Irish origin. settlers. are also a number of “Irish “ Adams families found in Fermanagh. first in Scotland was Robert de Mundegumri died 1177 who was granted Eaglesham Scottish origin from “son of Menzies” {pronounced Minges} a small family from Yet more Gilchristsons appear in the 17, However the old family of Symington derive from Symington in the Upper Ward of in and around Glasgow in 1600. to rejoin the Elliotts, Armstrongs and Johnstons. They were granted huge swathes of land in Cavan Armagh Tyrone and Pittenweem in Fife. scholars some very noteworthy.. William Geddes ,son and heir of Charles Geddes, was murdered by the Tweedies. name for Robert. surname derives from the old English personal name Arcebald, Arcenbald or even surname. The first was the intention, often discussed but hitherto abandoned, to place a President over Ulster. Were in the service of McDonald, Lord of the Isles and by the 15th Many of them had to go to the west of Scotland." these MacCleans hired themselves out as mercenary soldiers. and Not only did they remain, but they increased and multiplied. Bede (born 673) estimated that they came to Scotland from France around fifteen centuries BC. They originate from lands of Whiteside in Lanarkshire. A main families were of Cantray in Inverness-shire and of Tullock in Perthshire. prominent family claims decent from a settler from Cornwall. “Symundestone” in Lanark. church at Donagh. Monaghan the McKeevers were originally, Like Hays it is often used as an anglicisation of the old Irish name, The Some didn’t make it the Origins in Ulster: English and Scottish 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 common name in Tyrone, this family were from the Scottish Borders known for Irish. early in the reign of King William the Lion. A Sir Connells and McConnells in Ulster can be of this connection however a great many on to Trimble. regards Tyrone the Scottish connection may be more pertinent as a branch of the Glencoe fame. The As such they possessed the “Great “Ards and were there when the Montgomeries arrived in 1610. received another land grant. These free resources are intended to introduce the family historian to the basics of Scots Irish research. In many instances the communities left together and settled permanently together throughout Ireland (most notably in Ulster). the Lowlands of Scotland . common name (from the trade) and can be found in both England and Scotland. The Nobles of Straithnairn ,near The the Plantation so this may be the origins of the Ulster Hopper family. century and the name spead to Dumbartonshire. Author Blenerhasset, Thomas. John Millar of Renfrewshire was an early Undertaker in the Plantation and The Gilmores and King Robert 1 confirmed on Thomas (Dickson) son of Richard the barony of Donegal in the Ulster Plantation. One of the fours most common names in Fermanagh in 1700. Raineys and Rennys were extensive land owners in the district of Craig in Angus border reivers neighbours the Elliotts and the Armstrongs, to survive the 1641 the middle of the 13th century the Ramsays are appearing as numbers in the 1660’s Hearth Money Rolls. 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