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In the second century A.D. Ptolemy identified this area as the home of the Vennicnii and the Rhobogdii. Later it was part of Tirconnell, and home of the O'Donnell clan. Minor clans and septs in the region included McSweeney, O'Duffy, O'Furren, McGonigle, McNelis, McGillespie, McFadden, McWard, O'Begley, O'Friel, O'Mulligan, O'Kenny, O'Mulhall, O'Harkan, McDevitt, O'Dermond, O'Shiel, O'Doherty, McLoughlin, O'Gallagher, O'Derry, O'Gormley, McDonlevy, McNulty, and O'Mulholland.

25 Most Common Names in Donegal: Gallagher Doherty Boyle McLoughlin Kelly McDevitt McFadden Sweeny McGinley Ward McBride Campbell Gillespie Dogherty Duffy Stewart Coyle McHugh Byrne Cannon Carr Boner Ferry Kennedy Bradley.

Donegal Publications

{Some of the following publications are available on microfiche only - if you do not have a fiche reader, contact your local library, they probably have one you may use (often with print capabilities as well). Click here for further information on placing an order.}

THE FAMILY HISTORY OF HART OF DONEGAL, Hart 1907, 2 fiche. Hart family of Donegal. Originally published in London.

INDEXES TO IRISH WILLS (5 Volumes), Phillimore and Thrift 1909/1920
Volume V (Derry, Donegal and part Tyrone) 2 fiche.

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