July 2022

In this issue The Aghadoe Crosier: A Difference of Opinion & A Reasoned Approach The Donoghue Tinners: Four Generations of 19th– & 20th-century Tinsmiths in Southeastern Pennsylvania Why did ‘Old Bill’ walk from Cork to Dublin?

April 2022

In this issue MacDonogh, Donaghy, O’Donoghue, Donohoe – the cross overs (Part Two): An extended review Andrew O’Donohue, the story of a young Clare man at a critical time in Irish history (Part Two) A Joining of Don*hues

January 2022

In this issue MacDonogh, Donaghy, O’Donoghue, Donohoe – the cross overs (Part One) Andrew O’Donohue, the story of a young Clare man at a critical time in Irish history (Part One) Patrick Joseph O’Donoghue (1928–2007): He gave his life to others, but who gave him life?  

July 2021

In this issue A personal message The Headford Junction Ambush and O’Donoghue Participation in the Irish War of Independence Place of origin and parish records – a research guide The Legend of O’Donoghue’s Horse and the Book of Rights

October 2021

In this issue A personal message Máire Ní Dhuibh – Mary of the Dark Folk Using Irish census records – a research guide (2) Neerkol stories: O’Donohue, Alice Jane and John Thomas Joseph

April 2021

In this issue • A personal message • The O’Donohoes of Cavan: their origin • The Gaelic Revival and Killarney – with The Return of the O’Donoghue • The Franciscans in Ireland and the O’Donoghue fathers

January 2021

In this issue A personal message From Irish Personal Names to Hereditary Surnames, including O’Donoghue I Hear the Train a Comin’ 1st LT Harold Donohue and the Hand of God Half yearly Y-DNA report

October 2020

In this issue A personal message Danaher-Dennehy-O’Donoghue: How they overlap The Earl Grey Famine Orphan Scheme John Donahoe – A Civil War soldier

July 2020

In this issue A personal message Sources for the Name Ó Dhonnchadha in the Sixteenth Century in Counties of Cavan and Longford My Donohoe family’s arrival in Australia Scofflaw Y-DNA project report

April 2020

In this issue A personal message The Jacobite O’Donoghues and the Château de la Ronce 1700-57: A new perspective – Part II Dr Lowitja O’Donoghue AC CBE DSG Railroad man