17th & very early 18th century O’Donoghue records relating to Tipperary, Galway, Cork & Westmeath Transcribed and submitted by Vincent O’Donoghue
A ‘fiant’ was a warrant by the deputy or council to the Irish Chancery to prepare letters-patent—published written orders to convey a right, an office, title to property or a pardon. The Fiants are statements of command. The term comes from the first word of the customary opening protocol in these documents: Fiant litterae patentes […]
Women of Vision: Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Lives
Represents references to the name in the New England Ancestors magazine of the New England Historic Genealogical Society www.newenglandancestors.org
Britain had a long history of child migration to its former colonies.
Some children certainly arrived in Canada before Confederation in 1867,but it is the estimated 100,000 or more who went to Canada between 1869 and
1948 whom Canadians call "home children".
These young people, between the ages of 6 months and their mid-20’s,were brought to Canada for adoption, or as farm helpers, farm labourers and domestic servants from institutions in Great Britain
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Names taken from various resources on this web-site.