Irish Burghers of New Amsterdam (1695-1808)
By Michael J. Brown
The Irish Burghers of New Amsterdam and Freemen of New York. Extracted from The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society, Volume XVII, 1918. Original source was the New York Historical Society list of residents of the City of New York, 1885.
Names in this online transcription include Barry, Boyle, Brandon, Brannon, Brawdy, Burck, Burk, Burn, Butler, Cadogan, Callaghane, Carroll, Carryl, Cassady, Cochran, Connelley, Connelly, Connely, Conner, Connihane, Connolly, Connoly, Connor, Corbett, Cready, Daly, Dennis, Derry, Doolhagen, Duane, Dugan, Dunn, Eagan, Fagan, Farrell, FitzGerrald, Fitzpatrick, Flannegan, Flannigan, Flin, Foy, Gallispie, Gelaspy, Gibson, Gill, Gillespy, Giveen, Hayes, Higgins, Hogan, Hynes, Kain, Keane, Kearney, Keating, Keighley, Kelly, Kennedy, Kiely, Kinnan, Lynch, Lyons, Macguire, MacLennan, Madden, Magra, McCall, McCarty, McCormick, McCullen, McCulligan, McDaniel, McDaniell, McDavitt, McDermott, McElroy, McFall, McGee, McGie, McGill, McGinnis, McGra, McGuire, McKenney, McKenny, McMullen, McNamee, McQuin, Mooney, Moore, Moran, Mullaghan, Mulligan, Murphy, Neavin, Nevin, Nowlan, O'Day, Phagan, Rafter, Ryan, Ryley, Scandlin, Smith, Sullivan, Sweeney, Tarpy, Tobin, Welch, Welsh.
Labels: New York, City and Farm Directories
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