great grandfather Patrick

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great grandfather Patrick

Post by Anonymous » 05 Sep 2004, 01:44

I am interested in the name McGladrigan also may or may not be
shortened to McGladdigan or McGladigan from Tyrone

Within the same family I am researching Meade family from Ireland

Christopher

Re: great grandfather Patrick

Post by Christopher » 06 Dec 2008, 01:00

Griffiths Valuation - Tyrone 1851 shows that families named McGladrigan came from the Parishes of Donaghmore and Pomeroy. Co. Tyrone was the only county in Ireland where the name was found at the time of the Valuation. There were no heads of household named McGladdigan or McGladigan in Ireland between 1848-1864

The IrishTimes.com Irish Ancestors Surname Search shows spelling variations as McGladargan, McGladdrigan and McGladrigan

Christopher

Re: great grandfather Patrick

Post by Christopher » 06 Dec 2008, 01:40

The only county where the surname McGladargan was listed in the Valuation is also Tyrone ... in the Parish of Donaghenry.

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