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Gaelic of Tangaveane and Commeen, County Donegal

Arthur John Hughes

Gaelic of Tangaveane and Commeen, County Donegal

(texts, phonology, aspects of grammar and a vocabulary).

by Arthur John Hughes

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Written in English


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Thesis (Ph. D.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1986.

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Hamilton, John Noel (), A Phonetic Study of the Irish of Tory Island, County Donegal, Queen's University Belfast; Hughes, A. J. (), The Gaelic of Tangaveane and Commeen, County Donegal, Ph.D. dissertation, Queen's University Belfast. County Donegal (/ ˌ d ʌ n ɪ ˈ ɡ ɔː l, ˌ d ɒ n-, ˈ d ʌ n ɪ ɡ ɔː l, ˈ d ɒ n-/ DUN-ig-AWL, DON-, -⁠awl; Irish: Contae Dhún na nGall) is a county of Ireland in the province of is named after the town of Donegal (Dún na nGall, meaning 'fort of the foreigners') in the south of the county. Donegal County Council is the local council and Lifford the county town.

More recent descriptive phonology has been published by Lucas () for Rosguill in northern Donegal, Hughes () for Tangaveane and Commeen (also near Glenties), Ó Curnáin () for Iorras Aithneach in Connemara (Kilkieran and vicinity), and Ó Sé () for the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. Search County Donegal Genealogy Records Online - Birth, Death, Marriage, Census, Gravestone, records for Co. Donegal. Genealogy research center - Donegal Ancestry CLG.

County Donegal, Ireland, Genealogy and Family History Notes Finding Your Family in County Donegal This illustrated, well indexed book, was created exclusively to help you find your family in County Donegal, Ireland. Focusing specifically on families within the county, it includes an introduction to research and sources in Donegal. The present article provides a reanalysis of word-edge coronal obstruents in German and English commonly assumed to be extrasyllabic (e.g. the [s] in German Gips ‘plaster' and in English lapse).


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Gaelic of Tangaveane and Commeen, County Donegal by Arthur John Hughes Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book details the Workhouses in the whole of the North-West, including the one at Ballyshannon and an outline of the Poor Law Unions of Co Donegal. Harrowing reading. It also contains the words of a ballad called the 'Poor-House', copies of which were confiscated from a Fermanagh man who was singing it around Donegal Town in early The gaelic of Tangaveane and Commeen, County Donegal (texts, phonology, aspects of grammar and a vocabulary).

Author: Hughes, A. marks the th anniversary of the commencement of the plantation of Ulster. This book is a short study of how the plantation impacted on the Gaelic Irish lordship of Tir Chonaill, transforming it within the century after the yearfrom a powerful autonomous lordship, with a warlike population, into a quiet and well-settled territory, albeit with a still largely unplanted and Gaelic 4/5(1).

Department at University College Dublin also gave significant assistance while in Donegal, the staff of the County Archives at Lifford and the Central Library, Letterkenny, were very helpful. I would also like to thank Edward Molloy for providing me with a number of books on the GAA in Donegal which otherwise would not have been accessible.

Townland Details For County Donegal Note: Click on any heading to sort on that column. Sorting may take up to one minute depending on the size of County. DED Townland Townland DED Barony Parish Commeen Commeen Cloghan. Donegal Genealogy Resources - free online genealogy resources for family research in County Donegal, Ireland.

Over pages of online records including Census, Church & Civil register transcripts, Headstone Inscriptions, Griffith's Valuations, photographs, maps and more.

Irish Name Resources for Donegal. This page was compiled by Lindel and forms part of the Donegal Genealogy Resources Website You may link to this page but not copy it. The idea behind this page is to provide some information on Irish names you may come across during your family research in Donegal.

In this my first blog for quite a while I would like to talk about some of the less well-known Gaelic Irish families of the medieval lordship of Tír Chonaill (now called Co. Donegal). These are the families of O'Mulgeehy (Ó Maolghaoithe), O'Farren (Ó Furadhrán), O'Breslin (Ó Breasláin), McGarvey (Mac Gairbhith) and O'Murray (Ó Muireadhaigh).

Archives of the Donegal Gaelic Athletic Association County Board Archives of the Donegal Gaelic Athletic Association County Board CONTENTS Foreword: Dr. Niamh Brennan, Archivist, Donegal County Council 08 Dramatic Club Cash Book ( - ) GAA/17 History ( - s) 59 History of the GAA in Donegal (s - s).

Top Families of County Donegal, Ireland From Michael O’Laughlin at wwwIrishrootscom Todays Topics include: 1) Books on Donegal genealogy and history 2) Top 19th century family names in Donegal. Donegal Genealogy - Free Online Ancestry Records and Resources.

This county Donegal Genealogy site was last updated. The research team at Irish Genealogy Hub add genealogy records and documents on a regularly basis, so please keep checking for the latest uploads.

You can also recieve the latest news concerning Cavan ancestry by liking our Facebook page. Meaning son of the smith the most powerful sept of this name originated in County Cavan. Other septs of the name were also based at Inishmacsaint, County Donegal and at Clogher, County Tyrone.

Scots Gaelic. As the maker of arms the smith. If you have narrowed down your family ancestry to the Irish of County Donegal, Ireland, you will want to get this book.

If you have not yet determined where your ancestors were born, then a great book to purchase would be "The Book of Irish Families, Great and Small" by the same author.

If you are just beginning to search for your Irish roots Reviews: 5. The story of a Donegal village, the history of modern Ireland Breandán Mac Suibhne offers an extraordinary, provocative view of rural Ireland Makeshift Mass: an. This place is situated in Donegal, Donegal, Ireland, its geographical coordinates are 54° 49' 9" North, 7° 58' 31" West and its original name (with diacritics) is Commeen.

See Commeen photos and images from satellite below, explore the aerial photographs of Commeen in Ireland. Commeen hotels map is available on the target page linked above. During the s I undertook fieldwork in central Donegal (near to LASID pts 83 and 82) for a PhD thesis entitled The Gaelic of Tangaveane and Commeen, Co.

Donegal. During a spell of particularly wet weather, I decided to try out a version of Wagner’s long questionnaire (of c. items) on one informant and subsequently went on to ask four others the same questions. This website is a collection of genealogical records for the parishes of Moville Upper and Moville Lower in County Donegal, Ireland.

View: Tithe Applotment Books, Co. Donegal: Tithes were an income tax on farming - usually about one tenth of the annual income. View: Census Ardmalin, Clonca Parish, Co. Donegal: Census for the town of. County Donegal Golf Club at Murvagh is one of the longest links golf clubs in the world.

The fifth hole, the Valley of Tears, is aptly named and currently possesses three of my golf balls. Golf in Donegal is unlike the expensive pastime in Dublin or Killarney. Here you can have a leisurely round of golf and without mortgaging your house. 'Families of Co.

Donegal' greatly expands upon the coverage given in that book and adds several hundred new families. In this way both books compliment each other.

'Families of Co. Donegal' is the 8th volume in the series, which covers every county in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Only 7 of the 29 county books were hardbound and gold stamped.

Official Website of Donegal County Council. Information on Planning, Roads Services, Environment, Housing and any other service related to Local Authority delivery in County Donegal.

91. More recent descriptive phonology has been published by Harvcoltxt|Lucas| for Rosguill in northern Donegal, Harvcoltxt|Hughes| for Tangaveane and Commeen (also near Glenties), Harvcoltxt|Ó Curnáin| for Iorras Aithneach in Connemara (Kilkieran and vicinity), and Harvcoltxt|Ó Sé| for the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry.Hughes, A.

J. (), The Gaelic of Tangaveane and Commeen, County Donegal, Ph.D. dissertation, Queen's University Belfast Hughes, Art (), "Gaeilge Uladh", in Kim McCone, Damian McManus, Cathal Ó Háinle, Nicholas Williams, and Liam Breatnach, Stair na Gaeilge in ómós do Pádraig Ó Fiannachta, Maynooth: Department of Old Irish, St.Celtic History, Ancient, Mysterious structures of County Donegal.

County Donegal is abundant in a variety of pre history megalithic stones, ancient monuments and buildings spanning periods up to and beyond the Early Christian era. All together they form a cherished Celtic legacy and a window to the past that you can enjoy exploring at your leisure.