Source:Schicker, Maryann. Irish Family Newsletter

Source The Irish family newsletter
Author Schicker, Maryann
Surname Cavan, Cavanagh, Cavanaugh, Cavannah, Cavenagh, Cavenaugh, Cavenough, De La Roche, Deroche, Dooley, Kavanagh, Kavanaugh, Keavane, Keevane, Kevane, Kevans, Laroche, Maccracken, Mccrackan, Mccracken, Mccracker, Mccrackin, Olmstead, Olmsted, Roach, Roache, Roch, Rochard, Rochas, Rochat, Roche, Rocheford, Rochfort, Rochie, Rosch, Schicker, Sheridan, Spencer, Winterer
Subject Family tree
Publication information
Type Periodical
Publisher Genealogical Society of Utah
Place issued Salt Lake City, Utah
Schicker, Maryann. The Irish family newsletter. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah).
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Microreproductions of original newsletters published in St. Louis, Missouri : M. Schicker, c1988-1989. 2 v.

Quarterly. Some text is in French and German. Editor: Maryann Schicker

Some pages have photocopies of previously published works, old original documents and newspaper clippings which are faded or otherwise hard to read. Best copy available.

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of various families who came mainly from England, France, Germany, Ireland, Prussia, Scotland and Switzerland. The primary surnames featured are Kavanaugh, Roache, Dooley, McCracken, Schicker, and the variant spellings of each. Many other related and unrelated families are also included, especially Irish immigrants. During the 1600's, some settled in Barbados, Canada, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island and South Carolina. In the 1700's, some moved to Quebec (Canada), and to Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Vermont and Virginia. During the 1800's, some emigrated to Manitoba, Nova Scotia and Ontario (Canada), and to Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma and the Indian Territory and Wisconsin. Later descendants and relatives also lived in England, Ireland, Scotland, and in Arziona, California, Oregon and elsewhere. Some married persons with Chickasaw and Cherokee bloodlines.

Includes Caomhán, Cavan, Cavanagh, Cavanaugh, Cavannah, Cavenagh, Cavenaugh, Cavendish, Cavenough, De La Roche, Deroche, Dooley, Kavanagh, Kavanaugh, Keavane, Keevane, Kevane, Kevans, Laroche, Larocher, MacCracken, MacCracken, McCrachan, McCrachen, McCrackan, McCracken, McCracker, McCrackin, McCragen, McCrakin, O Kevane, Ó Caomhánach, Roach, Roache, Rocca- Serra, Roch, Rochaezre, Rochard, Rochas, Rochat, Roche-Vernay, Roche, Rocheaze, Rocheford, Rochfort, Rochie, Rosch, Schicker and other variant spellings. Includes Absher, Ahern, Apgar, Aspinwall, Bischof, Bloom, Bolton, Bouchard, Buel, Burgess, Busch, Carter, Casey, Claxton (Clarkson), Cornwell, Costello (Costelow), Coutu, Curtain, D'Alton, Desprairies (Praie), Doyle, Dubreuil, Evans, Fahy (Fay, Foy), Felton , Fermoy, Flanagan, Flower, Fricke, Grayson, Green, Gunter, Harding, Hartley, Hayes, Hewett, Holford, Hunter, Hutchinson, Kellman, Klausmeier, Kleeschulte, Krug, Lanc, Lane, Lecomte, Little, Lyon, Mann, Martin, Masters, McIlhenny, McKenzie, Midkes, Miller, More, Moreland, Morton, Mousseau(x), Murphy, Musick, Nielson, O'Neill, Odell, Olmstead (Olmsted), Pattell, Pickersgill, Polito, Pomeroy, Rainer, Raymond, Rea, Redfield, Reynolds, Ricksecker, Rutz, Salisbury, Schicker, Scott, Seibert, Shelley, Sheridan, Silverthorn, Sooy, Spencer, Stockwell, Stranz, Summers, Swan, Swindler, Taylor, Timmins, Vannetten, Vyse, Walker, Wallace, Walsh, Wart, Way, Williams, Willis, Winterer, Witherspoon, Woods, Young and other related families.

Includes ancestral line of H.R.H. The Princess of Wales, Lady Diana Frances Spencer, the story of Saint Patrick, historical sketches about Irish immigrants, and other articles of general interest.

Also includes maps of Scotland and Ireland and the surnames common to each county.

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