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The O'Donoghue Society

For all those interested in history and genealogy and whose names are derived from the Gaelic

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Researcher's Tips

Online and the old way
Online research is time-saving and much more comfortable in the ease of one's own home. Sometimes, however, the best information can be found the old fashioned way...leaning over books in dusty stacks at the libraries and research centers. Also, this is another way to reach new material for the purpose of confirmation. There is so much information in print that is not yet online.

Genealogies of the O'Donoghues

Members and guests wishing to have their family history data shown on this page should be guided by the following

  • You should assign as distinctive a name as possible to your family group to enable others to identify easily with the data
  • If information pertaining to people alive today is to be shown, the onus is on the member or guest to ensure that their relatives have agreed to its public portrayal.

Members can review and search all the trees shown.  Guests are limited to the tree they have submitted, but they have the advantage of knowing that a member may get in touch if a match is found.

If you, as a member, are checking out the trees, read the Description first – this is a brief text summary of the family group and allows you to see if the data may be relevant to you.

Clicking on the Family Tree Reference will enable you to view the full pedigree data set.  A search can be carried out via the Shared resources page.

Some of the full pedigree data sets, where linked to genealogical web sites, fail.  I will try and sort those out over time.

Title Created at Info
O Donoghue o sullivan November 2019
Glenflesk to Rutherglen February 2007 January 2019
Descendants of John and Honorah O'Donohue May 2018
dissertation March 2018
dissertation March 2018
Descendants of John O'Donoghue and Margaret O'Sullivan O'Donoghue of Adrigole, Cork County, Ireland May 2017
Descendants of John and Hannorah Donahue of Glenflesk July 2014
Glasgow Donohoes April 2014
Patrick Donoghue of Little Island, County Cork January 2012
Martin Donohue from Galway to Paterson, NJ December 2011
Bridget Donoghue & Daniel Murphy plus Bridgets extended family from 1800 Gortdromakiery July 2011
Ancestors of Melanie O'Donoghue 1841 - present day January 2011
Patrick Donoghue of Little Island, County Cork. October 2010
Donoghue - Family History - 1850's July 2010
Descendants of Philip Donahue - 1810-1900 September 2009
Descendants of Geoffrey O'Donoghue - Duagh 1800-1960) July 2009
Descendants of Philip Donahue - 1810 - 1999 July 2009
The Donohoes of Glasgow December 2008
John Donoghue & Margaret Shea of Glenflesk, 1851 to Vermont, USA December 2008
Descendants of Ellen O'Donoghue 1810-1867 September 2008
John and Margaret O'Donoghue of Adrigole, Beara, Cork, Ireland January 2008
ODonnell / ODonoghue Families 1800-1929 Ire/nz July 2007
O'Donoghue April 2007
Glenflesk to Rutherglen February 2007
Edward Henry Donoho (1774-1856) of Virginia December 2006