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The Scottish People: Their Clans,
Families, and Origins
by James Alan Rennie
Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., London, England, 1961.
[Pages 17-23 concern the tribal history of Ireland and Scotland. This book contains a list of 52 other books in a guide to further information about Ireland, Scotland, the Gaels, and related matters.]
by Ian Finlay
Chatto & Windus, London, 1957
Page 32 (re beating of Gaelic-speaking children in 1860's)
Ireland: A Terrible Beauty
by Jill and Leon Uris
Bantam Edition/March 1978
Page 13 (re Skellig Michael and St. Finan)
|9.||Ibidem, page 15 (re Vikings and Clontarf)|
|10.||Ibidem, page 16 (re FitzMaurice of Munster)|
|11.||Ibidem, page 24 (re potatoes and genocide)|
|12.||Ibidem, page 280 (re Statutes of Kilkenny)|
Treasures of Early
Irish Art: 1500 B.C. to 1500 A.D.
Published by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1977.
Pages 10-24 (re archaeological history of Ireland)
The Victorious Career of Cellachan of Cashel or The Wars between the Irishmen and the Norsemen in the Middle of the 10th Century.
The Original Irish Text edited, with Translation and Notes by Alexander Bugge
J. Chr. Gundersens Bogtrykkeri, 1905
Page 108 (re Failbhi o Conuire)
Burke's History of the Landed Gentry
of England, Scotland, and Ireland for 1853.
FITZGERALD, The Knight of Glin
[re Otho or Other of Tuscany and his descendants]
HUGHES OF GWERCLAS
Barons of KYMMER-YN-EDEIRION
[re Mervyn Vrych and Nesta]
The Life of the Right Honorable
John Philpot Curran
by his son William Henry Curran with additions and notes by R. Shelton MacKenzie, D.C.L.
Redfield, 34 Beekman Street, New York, 1855
Edition of 1952
Americana Corporation, New York and Chicago
CHINA, Late Stone Age Man: Vol. 6, p. 529.
|20.||Ibidem, FENIANS: Vol. 11, page 116.|
|21.||Ibidem, IRELAND, Fenians: Vol. 15, page 317|
|21a||Ibidem, Ocean Steamships: Vol. 25, page 559|
Encyclopedia Britannica, Edition of 1971
|32.||Ibidem, TUSCANY: Vol. 22, p. 419|
Materials for History
of the Franciscan Province of Ireland, A.D. 1230-1450 Collected and edited by
Rev. Father E. B. Fitzmaurice and A.G. Little
Manchester, The University Press, 1920
Edited by E. Curtis and R. B. McDowell
London, Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1943
A Guide to Irish Surnames
by Dr. Edward MacLysaght
Dublin, Helicon 1965
Selections from Old
Kerry Records Historical and Genealogical
by Mary Agnes Hickson
London, Printed by Watson & Hazel
28, Charles Street, Hatton Garden, 1872
Sons of the Conqueror
Charles E. Tuttle Company
Rutland, Vermont & Tokyo, Japan (1973)
History of Wales
by Sir Edward Lloyd
(Reputably the best history for the period prior to 1284 A.D.
Charlemagne and the Carolingian Empire
362 pages with genealogical table.
and Its Heritage
by Jan Filip
(Second revised edition)
ACADEMIA, Praha 1976
In the Popular Scientific Series of the Czechoslovak Academy of Science.
and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Ireland
by Sir Bernard Burke (Ulster King of Arms), Edited by L. G. Pine
4th Edition, 1958
Burke's Peerage Ltd., London
FITZMAURICE (formerly of DUAGH) Page 287
Life of William,
earl of Shelburne, afterwards first marquess of Lansdowne
by Lord Edmond Fitzmaurice
London, Macmillan and Co. 1875-76
of Irish Chieftains and Anglo-Norman Knights
by the Rev. Charles B. Gibson, M.R.I.A.
Longmans, Green, and Co., London (1871)
[A factual account of political figures and events in Ireland from 1170 A.D. to 1870 A.D.]
Orkney and Shetland by Eric Linklater
Robert Hale, London, Reprinted 1973
Encyclopedia Britannic, Edition of 1971
Vol. 16, page 1100
Orkney, Earls of
Oliver Cromwell and
the Rule of the Puritans in England
by Sir Charles Firth, with an introduction by G. M. Young.
Oxford University Press, Ely House, London W. I.
First published in 1900. In the World's Classics, it was printed in 1953, 1956, 1958, 1961, and 1966. 488 pages.
[This is a good book for beginning a study of Cromwell.]
The Great Hunger:
by Cecil Woodham-Smith
Harper & Row, Publishers, New York and Evanston, 1962
[A finely detailed account of the genocide in Ireland during the 1840's.]
Glanerough and the
by the Marquis of Lansdowne
(Henry William Edmund Petty-Fitzmaurice)
Oxford University Press
London New York Toronto, 1937
[The author was the 6th Marquis of Lansdowne and the 27th Lord of Kerry. This book is a collection of stories about the history of Kerry. An eleven-page appendix gives a genealogy of the Lords of Kerry and Lixnaw.]
The Three Musketeers
of the Air
(with 31 illustrations)
By Captain Hermann Koehl, Major James C. Fitzmaurice, and Baron Guenther von Huenefeld
G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, London, 1928
Chicago Tribune, Tuesday,
Nov. 12, 1929
The Archaeology of
Charles Scribner & Sons, New York, 1976
Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Life
by Richard E. Dickerson
Scientific American 239, 70-86, September 1978
by Seamas MacManus
Revised Edition, Copyright 1921, 28th Printing, February 1978.
The Devin-Adair Company, Old Greenwich, Connecticut
Irish Names for Children
by Patrick Woulfe
Revised by Gerard Slevin
Gill and Macmillan Ltd., Dublin, 1974
History of the Name
by J. D. Williams
The Mercier Press, Dublin & Cork, 1978
and Heraldic History
of the Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage.
150th Edition, Burke's Peerage Limited, London, 1970
The Surnames of Ireland
by Edward MacLysaght
Irish Academic Press, Dublin, 1978
The Story of Lucca
Ross and Nelly Erichsen
London: J. M. Dent & Sons, Ltd.
Bedford Street, Covent Garden, W. C.
New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1912
|86.||History of Kerry by Mary Frances Cusack|
Languages of the
British Isles Past and Present by W. B. Lockwood
Andre' Deutsch Limited
105 Great Russell Street, London WC1, 1975
The Times Atlas of World History
Edited by Geoffrey Barraclough
Hammond Incorporated, Maplewood, New Jersey 07040, 1978
[The time period covered is from about 400,000 years ago to about A.D. 1975.]
|90.||Oral statements made to me by my maternal grandfather's cousin, George William Curran [DS.8.3].|
|91.||Oral statements made to me by Loretta McGrath [DS.5.5].|
|92.||Oral statements made to me by my aunt, Ellen E. Curran (Cahill) [DS.4.5.9].|
|93.||Letters written to me by my aunt, Ellen E. Curran (Cahill) [DS.4.5.9].|
|94.||Oral statements made to me by cousin, Thomas Cahill [DS.22.214.171.124].|
|95.||Letters written to me by my cousin, Sister Mary Healey [DS.126.96.36.199].|
|96.||Oral statements made to me by Michael J. O'Connor, the father-in-law of me brother Emmett[DS.188.8.131.52].|
|97.||Oral statements made to me by my father [M.2.1 or DS.4.5.7S].]|
The FitzMaurices of Kerry,
by K. W. Nicholls
Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society Journal, Volume III (1970), pp. 23-42. [The author has concluded that there are numerous errors in all of the published genealogies of the FitzMaurice Lords of Kerry.]
The Irish and Anglo-Irish
Landed Gentry When Cromwell Came to Ireland
by John O'Hart, Introduction by E. A. MacLysaght.
Irish University Press Shannon Ireland 1968
Facsimile reprint of First edition Dublin 1884.
[This book is of interest primarily because it contains lengthy extracts from documents relating to the 17th century land settlements, the originals of which were destroyed in the destruction of the Public Record Office in 1922.]
Speculum Duorum or
A Mirror of Two Men
by Geraldus Cambrensis
Edited by Yves Lefevre and R.B.C. Huygens
English translation by Brian Dawson
General Editor: Michael Richter
Board of Celtic Studies, University of Wales
History and Law Series, No. 27
Cardiff, University of Wales Press, 1974
|118.||Oral statements made to me by Anne Marie FitzMaurice [M3.2.6], a granddaughter of Timothy FitzMaurice of Matheau and Chicago.|
|119.||Oral history from my mother, Laura Margaret (Curran) FitzMaurice [M3.1S].|
|121.||Letters written to me by Lubitza (Sorich) FitzMaurice [M4.5S].|
Master Index to Royal
Brian Tompsett, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Hull
The Prime Ministers:
From Robert Walpole to Margaret Thatcher
by George Malcolm Thomson
William Morrow and Company, Inc., New York, 1981
Page 54: William Petty Fitzmaurice, 2nd Earl of Shelburne
|207.||The Bremen by Fred W. Hotson. Toronto, Canada: Canav Books, 1988|
Fitz by Teddy Fennelly
Anderin Publishing Company in conjunction with
The Leinster Express, Dublin Road, Portlaoise, County Laoise,
Republic of Ireland, 1997
The Concise Oxford
Oxford University Press, 1983
Slavery and Social
Death: A Comparative Study
by Orlando Patterson
Harvard University Press
Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London, England, 1982
[Could not be found in December 2001.]
[Could not be found in December 2001.]
Townlands, Parishes, and Baronies of Ireland
Ordnance Survey Names
Books: Co. Limerick
(Available in the National Library of Ireland.)
The History of the
Compiled by GERARD KERRY FITZMAURICE
331 Greencedar Drive, Hamilton, Ontario L9C 7K5, CANADA
Copies are available from the author via e-mail.
|216.||Social Security Death Index Interactive Search|
|217.||Letter received by William FitzMaurice, 19 Hillcrest Ave., West Springfield, MA 01089-2038 from Sgt. A. Aston, Air Intelligence Section, Air Corps Group HQ, Casement Aerodrome, Baldonnel, Co. Dublin. Dated 15 Nov 1982.|
Jubilee Edition, 1980
© Debrett's Peerage Limited, London.
Distributed by Gale Research Company, Detroit.
messages from Helen Hall of Australia
e-mail messages from Frances
Discoveries in Australia; with an account
of the Coasts and Rivers explored and surveyed
during the Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle in the years 1837-38-39-40-41-42-43.
STOKES, John Lort (1811-1855)
(London, T. and W. Boone, 1846) Vol. II. Ferguson 4406.
Australian Dictionary of Biography
Melbourne University Press; London, New York, Cambridge University Press [1966-
Mariners are Warned!
John Lort Stokes and H.M.S. Beagle in Australia 1837- 1843
by Marsden C. Hordern
Melbourne University Press at the Miegunyah Press, 1989
|225.||Letter from the Marquis of Lansdowne, dated 5 Nov 2001. The enclosed, hand-written notes by his Curator have been very helpful even though a few of them have not yet been completely deciphered.|
Information provided privately by G. R. Berridge,
Emeritus Prof. of Politics, University of Leicester
Search HereditaryTitles.com Database
|228.||Pierre Vachon, son of Roméo Vachon|
The Painter and the President by Stanley Meisler
p. 58, Smithsonian, August 2001
Wir von der "Bremen"
Dr. h.c. Hermann Koehl, Hauptmann a. D.
James Fitzmaurice, Oberst des irischen Freistaates
E. G. Freiherr von Huenefeld, Director des Norddeutschen Lloyd-Bremen
Bearbeitet von Dr. Ewalt Kimenkowski, Oct 1928
Verlag Richard Gahl, Berlin N 4
Member of the North American Carew Family Committee
Studies in Peerage and
By J. Horace Round
Longmans Green & Co., New York
Archibald Constable & Co. Ltd., Westminster , 1901
Pages xi and 69.
Flughafen Muenchen GmbH
Public Relations Department
Über den Wolken.
Wellblech und Atlantikflug.
by Christin Meisel
Bremen 1998, pp. 49/50
Oral history from my brother,
Rev. Terence T. Fitzmaurice, O.S.B. [M2.1.5]
|236.||Oral history from Veronica (FitzMaurice) Watts [M2.1.6]|
|237.||Oral history from Nancy Laurie Doremus [M184.108.40.206]|
|238.||Oral history from Carol Ann (Sachetta) Laurie [M2.1.2S]|
Bonnie Wilson, daughter of Michael Bowers and granddaughter of Col. James M. C. Fitzmaurice
THE PEACEMAKERS: The Great Powers and American
by Richard Brandon Morris
Harper & Row, New York, 1965
Heather Barczac of Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK