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Antrim McDonnells

Angela Antrim

Antrim McDonnells

by Angela Antrim

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Published by Ulster Television Ltd. in Belfast .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • McDonnell, Clan.,
  • Antrim (Northern Ireland , County) -- Genealogy.

  • Edition Notes

    Ill on lining papers.

    Statementby Angela Antrim.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS449.M3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64p. :
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17414115M

    His fourth son Randal MacDonnell was created Viscount Dunluce, in the County of Antrim, in , and Earl of Antrim in Both titles were in the Peerage of Ireland. His eldest son, the second Earl, fought as a Royalist in the Civil War and was created Marquess of Antrim in the Peerage of Ireland in He was childless and on his death in.   The McDonnell family are more complicated, having several separate roots, one of which is the McDonnells of Antrim who were a gallowglass (mercenary soldier) family. The roots of the other.

    The strory of the Antrim McDonnells told graphically in sketches and text by Countess Lady Antrim. From until , she trained as a sculptor in Brussels and then Rome and then worked in London until she married in Then she was based at Glenarm but exhibited in . The Grand Jury Presentment Book for Co. Antrim CULTURE. CLIFFORD, John. Poems Of John Clifford ( - ). Larne & District Folklore Society, [no date] EMIGRATION & EMIGRANT SHIPS FAMILIES. Allens of Lisconnan, Antrim / PRONI T [FHL ] ANTRIM, Angela The Antrim McDonnells Belfast:Ulster Television Ltd.

    The McDonnells of Antrim are a branch in Ireland of the Highland Scottish clan, Clan Donald.. History. The McDonnells of Antrim are descended from John Mor MacDonald, chief of the Clan MacDonald of Mor MacDonald was the second son of "Good" John of Islay, Lord of the Isles, 6th chief of Clan h John of Islays second marriage to Princess Margaret Stewart, daughter of. Book cover illustrated by Angela Antrim () Angela Christina MacDonnell (), née Sykes, Countess of Antrim, known professionally as Angela Antrim or simply AA, was a sculptor, painter, cartoonist, caricaturist and illustrator.. She was born on 6 September , in Eddlethorpe, Yorkshire, daughter of the baronet of Sledmere. She trained in sculpture under Marnix d'Haveloose in.


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This book reviews Irish exile between and through the descendants of Sorley Boy MacDonnell, a warrior-chieftain of the sixteenth century, and Antrim McDonnells book associates.

Part 1 covers the Spanish Netherlands. Captain Sorley, a nephew of Randall MacDonnell, the first Earl of Antrim, joined the O'Neill regiment in /5(1). This book examines the problems confronting the Irish immigrants to Europe by concentrating on the lives of a series of emigrants from one Irish family, the MacDonnells of Antrim.

A continuous succession of MacDonnells served in the armies of Cited by: 1. Notes. MacDonnell of Antrim: There is a pedigree of this ancient family contained in the De La Ponce MSS., deposited in the Library of the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, which would well repay perusal.

In Connellan's Four Masters it is said:—Some of the ancestors of the tribe "Clan Colla" having gone from Ulster in remote times, settled in Scotland, chiefly in Argyle, and the Hebrides, and. Page 59 - Carte, * it was confidently reported, that sir John Clothworthy, who well knew the designs of the faction that governed the house of commons in England, had declared there in a speech, that the conversion of the papists in Ireland, was only to be effected by the bible in one hand and the sword in the ntber; and Mr.

Pym gave out, that they would not leave a priest in Ireland. Oxfam Bookshop Tavistock This is a quirky large format illustrated history of the Antrim McDonnells. Originally intended for the family, the author realised after giving talks to local history societies that there was a wider interest in the McDonnell clan.

They are a robust tribe to be found in all parts of the world. The Antrim McDonnells Antrim McDonnells book – 1 Jan. by Angela Antrim (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" £ — £ Hardcover £ Author: Angela Antrim.

MacDonnell, Macdonnell, or McDonnell is a surname of Scottish and Irish origin. It is an anglicized form of the Gaelic name "Mac Domhnaill", which means son of Donald (Angicized version of the Scottish Gaelic Dòmhnall and Irish Domhnall).

The name Donald or Domhnall is ultimately derived from the Proto-Celtic word elements dubno ("world") and val ("rule").The name is a variant other Clan. Published in Early Modern History (–), Features, Gaelic Ireland, Issue 3 (May/June ), Volume 20 Walter Devereux, first earl of Essex—in spite of investing a large fortune, his disastrous and bloody colonisation scheme in the s destroyed much of north Clandeboye (south Antrim).

(National Portrait Gallery, London). This article originally appeared in The Glynns Volume 30 (). It is reproduced here in full. After the defeat of the McDonnells of Antrim by Shane O’Neill inSorley Boy McDonnell was taken to Dungannon where he was imprisoned for two years.

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An illustration of a " floppy disk. An historical account of the Macdonnells of Antrim: including notices of some other septs, Irish and Scottish. Book review by I.R. Crozier: Photograph of Janet beside her cabin of beach boulders. THE ANTRIM MCDONNELLS Angela, Lady Antrim. () U.T.V: Book review by J.

Irvine: Photograph of The Right Hon. Randel John Somerled. Thirteenth Earl of Antrim (). Notable amongst the family name at this time was Somhairle Buidhe Mac Domhnaill (Somerled of the yellow hair, son of Donnell, Anglicized Sorley Boy McDonnell) (c.

- ), Irish prince or flaith and chief; Randal Macsorley MacDonnell, 1st Earl of Antrim (died ); and his son, Alexander MacDonnell, 3rd Earl of Antrim (), a Roman. This is a quirky large format illustrated history of the Antrim McDonnells. Originally intended for the family, the author realised after giving talks to local history societies that there was a wider interest in the McDonnell clan.

They are a robust tribe to be found in all parts of the world. THE ANTRIM MCDONNELLS written by Antrim, Angela Betjeman, John illustrated by Antrim, Angela published by Ulster Television Limited (STOCK CODE: ) for sale by Stella & Rose's Books.

Lady Flora McDonnell (b. ) is an award-winning children’s book author based in the U.K. The oldest daughter of the ninth Earl of Antrim, McDonnell launched her career in the early s, releasing works including Splash!, Giddy Up!, and I Love Animals!, for which she received the Mother Goose award as a first-time author in   I have been trying to research my Antrim McDonnells.I have been told by someone that our line came through Sorley's brother said that Coll had a son Coll Kittaugh and he had two sons, Alexander and are supposed to be descended from James.I can't get any info on him.I know the McDonnells had lands in Killoquin, our family live outside is near the scene.

The Antrim McDonnells (Book and Prints) In the famous Antrim McDonnells book, written and imaginatively illustrated by Angela, Countess of Antrim, was reproduced in full colour and launched alongside corresponding illustrated prints.

The Macdonnells of Antrim () The Macdonnells of Antrim are a leading branch of the Scottish Clandonnell, and, as such, they rank among the most distinguished representatives at the present day of the ancient Irish Clann-Colla.

Renown storyteller David K. McDonnell is the author of two books - ClanDonnell: A Storied History of Ireland and Buy The Horse A Guinness (& Other Wee Tales of Ireland), and many other stories.

Here is a snippet about each book. Please scroll through the tabs on the left, and the icons on the right, to learn more about David and his stories. One group came from Scotland in 13 cent and became established in the Glens of Antrim; another sept of Thomond (Clare) were connected with the O'Briens.

Variants in Griffith's. Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Full text of "An historical account of the Macdonnells of Antrim: including notices of some other septs, Irish and Scottish".In under Sorley Boy MacDonnell the Clan MacDonnell of Antrim and Dunnyveg fought the Battle of Glentasie against Shane O'Neill in Ireland.

Alaster, the eldest son of Sorley Boy was killed inhis head was placed on a spike at Baile-atha-cliath. [5] 17th century Castles. Dunluce Castle was the seat of MacDonald Earl of Antrim, in Ireland.

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