Welcome to the McGillycuddy of the Reeks, Lord of Doonebo Team
This is part of the Irish Roots Project.
Chiefs of McGillycuddy of the Reeks
- Donogh McGillycuddy (1620-1695) obtained a grant of arms from Sir Richard Carney (abt.1635-abt.1692), Ulster King of Arms, in 1688.
- Cornelius McGillycuddy son of Donogh McGillycuddy (1620-1695)
- Francis McGillycuddy (1751-1820) Not a Chief
- Richard McGillycuddy (1750-1826)
- Richard McGillycuddy (1790-1866)
- Lieut Col Ross Kinloch McGillycuddy (1882-1950), was a member of the Senate from 1928 until 1943
- Major John McGillycuddy - badly wounded in the second World War and died in 1959
- Richard (McGillycuddy) The McGillycuddy of the Reeks - No father, green locked - He had no sons
- Donough McGillycuddy - Current, first cousin to Richard
Here are some of the tasks that we think need to be done. I'll be working on them, and could use your help.
- Find the source and meaning of Lord of Doonebo
- Create/update Bios of the profiles
- Connect to one of the High Kings or other Kingdoms of Ireland.
- All McGillycuddy on Wikitree by DOB
- Wikipedia - McGillycuddy of the Reeks
- McGillycuddy of the Reeks
- The McGillycuddy papers: a selection from the family archives of 'the McGillycuddy of the Reeks' ed. with an intr. memoir by W.M. Brady, By William Maziere Brady · 1867
- Erin's blood royal : the Gaelic noble dynasties of Ireland, by Ellis, Peter Berresford Lord of Doonebo pg, 157, 158
- Death of a hereditary Irish chieftain -The Irish Times, Sat, Jan 15, 2005 Richard Denis Wyer McGillycuddy
- Blog - THE McGILLYCUDDY OF THE REEKS full family line
- McGillycuddy of the Reeks at enacademic.com
- Burke's Family Records, 1976, pg.794
- ESTATE: MCGILLYCUDDY at NUI Gulway Description of Home