The Breakey Collection
Extensive information about the Breakey family worldwide.
A non-profit organisation based in Ireland, and run entirely by volunteers from around the world. Includes a history of the family's origins in Fermanagh, message board and photos of Fermanagh places connected with the Cassidys.
Clan Boyd Society International
A volunteer organization dedicated to the research and preservation of Boyd Family genealogy and history.
Dedicated to the McKenna family of north Monaghan. Annual clan gathering and occasional McKenna publications.
Clan Montgomery Society International
a non-profit organization dedicated to the history, genealogy, research, and promotion of the surname Montgomery or Montgomerie. DNA genealogy, database and details of events.
Cullen Genenealogy Homepage
Researching the names Cullen and Cullinan, including DNA genealogy project.
Daltons of Monaghan
The Daltons of Monaghan
Dedicated to the Surnames O'Daly, Daly, Daley, Daily, Dailey, Dayley and Dawley, and other forms of O'Dalaigh.
Dundas of Fermanagh
This website contains historical and genealogical data relevant to the Dundas families of County Fermanagh, Ireland from 1609.
Maguire Family Genealogy Forum
Message board for Maguires worldwide, hosted by Genealogy.com
This website gives extensive free information on the McGough/McGeough family, its origins, early history and distribution worldwide.
McMahons of Monaghan
Website on the McMahon Clan.
McNallys of Monaghan
Website dedicated to McNallys from the townlands of Loughill, Loughnalonga and later Drumacrutten, County Monaghan. Site includes family trees and an extensive article on the genealogy of the family.
Rooneys of Roslea
Contains the Memoirs of Master Hugh Rooney 1880-1970, also gravestone inscriptions, emigration records and townlands associated with the family.
Website dedicated to the Scholes family worldwide. Includes the history of the family and family trees.
The Silver Bowl
This excellent site includes genealogies, biographies, letters, wills, etc. relating to a number of Monaghan families: Breakey, Jackson, Gilmore, McCullagh, Oliver, Brown etc. Also a transcription of the casebook of Dr Robert Hamilton Reed, coroner for north Mongahan, 1876-77. Check Rudy's list of archaic medical terms if you're in doubt as to the nature of the illness.