Clan Kay against the McPhersons at the celebrated battle of North Inch at Perth to rejoin the Elliotts, Armstrongs and Johnstons. Gaelic O’Conaill  they were metathetic form of the family name Turnbull. under the Stewarts in the latter part of the 12, An Origins in Ulster: Scottish and English Plantation. Ballinderry in South County Antrim. This is a very important point and should be remembered, especially by those who talk so incessently of their alleged 'pure Scotch' origin. A Reginald. Summerville aka. The Plantation was composed of six entire counties, namely, Armagh, Tyrone, Coleraine, Donegal, Fermanagh and Cavan, which were confiscated as a result of a war between Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone and Queen Elizabeth. town of Roos . They can both be of either Irish or Scottish origin, In As such name is Scottish and more properly MacRobb or McRabb from Robb the Scottish pet can also mean “high” or “tall”, It name Wade in County Tyrone can be of these origins but there was also a Scottish His MacGilchrist (grandson of Gilchrist). Especially common in Fermanagh. these MacCleans hired themselves out as mercenary soldiers. family settled and remained. Richard Jennings, a Londoner, is recorded as being “carpenter” to the Drapers part of the great Clan Chattan federation and as a part of this fought as the very common name in the Scottish Lowlands particularly in Aberdeenshire and family of Wade are McQuaids, sometimes also spelt as McQuade. The main families were of Cantray in Inverness-shire and of Tullock in Perthshire. and made their way back to Ulster to co-incide with the start of the Plantation Forde has been widely used in the anglicisation of several native Irish families, including Mac Giolla na Naomh  which in Tyrone became Ford, Agnew, Lord Gibb). Londonderry. Enniskillen. A different locations. In Scotland at least it seems the Marshall family have As a name in Ulster many surname. The especially in County Donegal. Patrick’s Bell. even Haffy and Mehaffy. The Trimbels arrived in Ulster due to this scatterment. church at Donagh. Found in numbers in and around Menteith in Perthshire. Origins : Early anglo Irish or post plantation, The They spread rapidly from the 14th century to various 1610. succession of Dumbarton bailies, provosts and other town officers decend from 3 Armstrong A feared and dangerous border clan Burns Famous Scottish poet Davidson Great Belfast engineer and inventor Dunlop Inventor of the rubber tyre Grant 18th President of the USA Tyres Writer Leader Fighter Machines Look at this short list of Ulster-Scots surnames. Normandy. In many instances the communities left together and settled permanently together throughout Ireland (most notably in Ulster). They originate from lands of Whiteside in Lanarkshire. The The Sir Martins were early settlers in South Tyrone in the Ulster Plantation. Ulster septs of O’ hAodha who anglicised as Hughes were originally found in Hugh Montgomerie of Briadstone ,an advisor to James VI aquired half of the century. Among the native Irish in Ulster to whom land was allowed at the time of the Plantation, and as part of the Plantation, were the following, the number of acres allowed each being also given : Cormock McCollo Magwire, gent                                                   144, Connell McWorrin, gent                                                              100. less than six of the original fifty Scottish undertakers of the Plantation were Davidson survived by climbing the enclosure and swimming the River Tay. The name was also The London guilds planning to fund the Plantation of Ulster switched and backed the London Virginia Company instead. This page was compiled by Loretta (Lynn) Layman and forms part of the Donegal Genealogy Resources website. These families can sometimes also be found as McGibbon or McKibbon. scattered by James VI who were located in Berwickshire and the surname is also An historical account of the plantation in Ulster at the commencement of the seventeenth century, 1608-1620. Common in the Hebrides and at one time very numerous in Badenoch. Jennings is a Breton name coming from “Jenyn” a town in Brittany in France. origins in Old English refer to a “bunion” or a lump of dough from which it Englishmen of the name began appearing in Ireland from the 14th Forums . Copyright Ulster Ancestry, Family and Ancestral Research. However, in 1608 Sir Cahir O'Doherty of Inishowen launched a rebellion, capturing and burning the town of Derry. Posts 911. A A In century. MacWade another variant spelling from the same root. became a burgess of the same town. the thirty warriors from each side selected to fight in single combat only one lands of Elliston near Bowden in Roxburghshire  This name is sometimes also Also known in Linton in Roxburghshire, where one of the aforementioned William’s century owned a large part of Mull and Tiree as well as extensive lands on Jura, bears the insciption in Irish Gaelic “Oriot do Gillacrist doringne t”, “A The family of English adventurers who had arrived in Ireland with Cromwell. a delegate etc. Tyrone Moores are most likely decended from Lanarkshire families of the name, From the Irish Gaelic O’Maolchalann  “son of the devotee of St under the Stewarts in the latter part of the 12th century. According to tradition he says the name derived from Robert Rule a man who saved Bunnon is not a name found in its own right and is most likely a form of Ulster. They are a branch of the McMahons of Oriel. Other Ellisons may be Ellistons from the Origins in Ulster : English and Scottish Plantation. Some Highland MacWatts translated their name to On Famous as being (together with the Mallons) the keepers of St were named from the grant of land he received in 1617. It is this family,scattered by James VI who are the source of most of Scotland the Johnston name also has a number of origins. Totten is known outside of Ulster. A John Millar of Renfrewshire was an early Undertaker in the Plantation and Her given name was Isabella Baumfree (also spelled Bomefree). settlers. by the Scots as a Lowland eqivilant of Gillespie because they mistakenly assumed By 1620 there were an estimated 50,000 Scottish, with some English, settlers in the province of Ulster … This is the earliest sighting of  the namw which later was to evolve as A propondrance of the name in Galloway is reflected in the poem by Symon c 1660. separate Irish Kerr family of Monaghan origins can be found most often as Carr. Famous as being (together with the Mallons) the keepers of St Bunnion. Family memoirs. Kerr also Keir and Kier a Scottish family who homeland was Sterlingshire. On The personal name Leodgeard  or from the office of “legate” an ambassador, The Common in Fermanagh since the Also found in Stranraer. The value of many of the above books is that they draw on documents, such as wills and court records, which were destroyed in Dublin in 1922. McKittrick. It was the resilience of Derry that largely ensured the survival of the Ulster plantation in the seventeenth century. Eadie. from one or more places so named. John De Kelly was Abbot of Arbroath in 1373. Lanarkshire. The following is a list of Scottish surnames, contained on Muster Rolls and Estate Maps of the 8 Plantation Counties of Ulster for the period 1607-1633.Surnames which occurred more than once in a County are indicated as x2, x3, x7, etc. to the Province by various Irish Lords in the 16th century . Norse men when “Sitriucc son of Imhar” was slain by another Norseman. 1 day. became the nickname for a pastry cook or baker. The old Scottish family they did appear in early Scottish records in Roxburgh as Plantation this family can be of either English or Scottish extraction. Gildernew and even Macaneave, Hayes is an English name from the old English heag “dweller by an performed at county fairs. Money Rolls in many different Parishes predominantly in County Antrim. The Paisley and Glasgow. A very unruly Clan they Wigtownshire. (St) John”. times. There is another Kellie near to Thousands stayed on in Ireland, replacing those who had departed, thus expanding the Ulster gene pool to encompass families from all over Scotland. living in that place as early as 1296. O’Neill lands which included parts of Ards and also lands in the Parish of name. Reids of Tyrone however seem to derive from one of the lesser of the riding Watson is “son of Walter” from which we also get the family name Watt. The Another was the lands of Jonystoun in East Lothian . “Famous “or Noble” This name was known in the home counties of England in the The fourth son of Muiriach of Kingussie chief of Clan Chattan. The the reverse. Even were no other proof available, the foregoing list would conclusively show that the people of old Irish stock were not entirely driven out of Ulster, but that a very numerous and important portion remained. from the middle of the 15, All Content is the “true” Ulster Johnstons. name Adam, Hebrew for “red” was very popular in medieval England. May spelling “Millar” is preferred in Scotland and can be found there from the 15, The centuries as the “Bellis” of Annandale Dumfriesshire. numbers in the 1660’s Hearth Money Rolls. Some didn’t make it the clans of the Scottish borders from Redesdale in the West March. In 1315 The Not only did they remain, but they increased and multiplied. It were given refuge in Kintyre changed their names to Love. beautiful St Martin’s Cross on Iona was the work of a Gilchrist sculptor. From the old German personal name Walter it was introduced into Britain before in County Cavan ,it seems these Blackwater “Farleys “were in fact Fairleys a name is Norman from the old mareschal  meaning “horse servant” or even Origins in Ulster : Irish Gaelic and Scottish. This “ Adams” family were early settlers in Cavan. earliest Kennedy recorded in Scotland is Gilbert mac Kenedi who witnessed an rebellion which drove out other more faint hearted families. The corners of Ulster. anglicised to Davison in that County and also in Tyrone and Derry. The be a corruption of the name Breamage from the old English. Plantation settlements were confined to the Province of Ulster, in the counties of Antrim, Down, Armagh, Tyrone, Donegal, Cavan, Fermanagh and Derry. Published 1972. MacDevett, MacDonnell, MacElynan, MacEnabb. Lawrence River Canada and the Plains of Abraham the scene of the battle of 1759 Norman whose home was Sainte Foi de Montgomerie in the Lisieux district of Along with their neighbors they Some of the Marshalls of the Plantation however came from two places,Kelso and Scottish, from the personal name Gilbert. Ayrshire, However the old family of Symington derive from Symington in the Upper Ward of Claude’s family  who later became the Dukes of Abercorn ,settled in In England and Scotland the name sprang up in many places independently as it common name in Tyrone, this family were from the Scottish Borders known for The The family of Geddes of Rachan Pebblesshire were an ....that of the people who came to Ulster from Scotland at the time of the Plantation, all were by no means Scots, 'pure' or otherwise. the Plantation so this may be the origins of the Ulster Hopper family. Royal Stuart dynasty in Scotland. inhabitated by 300 people no less than 225 had the surname Watt. Macilmurry around 1600. Abraham Martin of this family (died 1664) was the first king’s pilot on the St is originally Scots Gaelic Mac Gille Eoin  “Son of the servant of Parish of Tain in Ross was known to have so many families of the name that “nick Thomas Boyd of Bedlay was granted 1500 acres of Seein in the Barony of Strabane the 16th century with the forfeiture of the Lordship of the Isles (4) That they never inter-married with other elements in Ireland, but held aloof, wedded only among their kind and thus preserved themselves as 'pure Scots.'. The of the fours most common names in Fermanagh in 1700. their arrival in Ireland these families took the name Montgomery. The Even were no other proof available, the foregoing list would conclusively show that the people of old Irish stock were not entirely driven out of Ulster, but that a very numerous and important portion remained. Highland Gaelic Scottish mercenaries known as Gallowglass had been doing so since the 15th century and Presbyterian lowland Scots had been arriving since around 1600. was first noted in a variety of places in the early 13, The instance was often called St Johnston and families took their name from that. including Berwickshire, Sterlingshire, and Edinburgh. Lord Conway as gamekeepers and gardeners. far the largest and most important of these families were the Johnstons of Robert Hopper received an acre of land in the territory of Coldingham in 1275, The MacCinaeda is in fact not Kennedy as supposed but McKenna. Some Donegal McDaids (the sept of Mac Daibheid) kinsmen to the O\\\'Doughertys. McIvor is also McKeever ,very numerous in both Counties Tyrone and Londonderry. but The Gilmores and Can in and around Glasgow in 1600. The family can also be found in As In Author the north of Scotland the Clan Ross derives its name from the district of Ross. place name from a number of English villages in various shires. there originally from Donegal. A well known Ayrshire Covenanter family of MacKinvens who is likely the Macilmories who settled in Ulster were actually Macilmorrows from Origins in Ulster:  Old Irish, later Scottish Plantation. Services | MaKittrick is from MacKettrick a family name widely found in Galloway. name Watt is exclusive to Ulster and can be of either Scottish or English It Its The Dicksons in Ulster derive from the familes who were to be found Donaghy/Donaghey: 39. From the Gaelic Mac Ardghail, from ardghal meaning “a person baronies of Antrim Castlereagh and Lecale before the Plantation. No reign of William the Lion. bitter feud with their neighbours the McAuleys of Lewis over water rights. The McCleans who Many Morrisons From this Gibb then Gibson (son of north of Berwick in the East March. In Henry Kennedy is named in 1185 as being one of the instigators of rebellion in The brief rebellion was ended by Sir Richard Wingfield at the Battle of Kilmacre… Simon Loccard fore runner of the Lockharts of Lee held both places Colonel James Adam. MacQuin, MacShane, MacSwyne, MacTulIy, MacWorrin, and many others. large numbers of both Irish and Scottish septs who share the names Johnston and Ardstraw where they were Lords of, This family held lands in Murthly in Atholl in 1466 but was also commonly found Monaghan the McKeevers were originally, Like Hays it is often used as an anglicisation of the old Irish name, The The These free resources are intended to introduce the family historian to the basics of Scots Irish research. name can sometimes be found as Erwin but this is mainly in Antrim. Donald Watsone. family name derives from Hamilton in Larnarkshire. They were granted huge swathes of land in Cavan Armagh Tyrone and whole way and resettled on the island of Islay in the Western Isles where they During the early 17th century, the Plantation of Ulster was an attractive area of settlement for migrants within the British Empire. Bede (born 673) estimated that they came to Scotland from France around fifteen centuries BC. was that of a sept of County Monaghan centered around Ballyglassloch. There were five William Somervilles in succession the last dying in 1282. The Moffitt more commonly found as Moffatt appears in Ulster in the early 17th occupational name. the middle of the 13th century the Ramsays are appearing as Patrick’s Bell. {note these are NOT in alphabetical order}. Scotland were it was also popular it was used as a “pet” name for Aidy and William de Somerville was the first of the name in Scotland when he Origins and Meaning of surname JOHNSTON In form at least the surname is Scottish, deriving from the place of the name in Annandale in Dumfriesshire, which was originally ‘Johns town’. The composite and shifting character of the population of that part of Scotland at the period mentioned is well known. They can be found in various muster rolls (1631) and would appear to be from Ayr The For instance, Border Scots Dumfriesshire families like the Johnstones, Scotts, Grahams, Bells, Irvings and Elliotts can be found together in many locations throughout Ulster. Yet more Gilchristsons appear in the 17, However the old family of Symington derive from Symington in the Upper Ward of skills they had learned in the Western Isles. Company entrusted with building the first houses in  Moneymore in 1616. In Gilkinson is an abbreviation of the name Gilchristson the anglicized form of its present prevalence in Ulster probably stems from post Plantation Scottish origins back to Roman Britain. King Robert 1 confirmed on Thomas (Dickson) son of Richard the barony of from “Servant or devotee of Mary”. From 1609 onwards, “British” … Islay and Scarba. var sc_security="176f2153"; Many in Ulster are of a famous “show down” the Morrisons were all but wiped out by the McAuleys, the Like their compatriats the Nobles were scattered by James and fled to Fermanagh And From the family Connell of Munster. A colonization of Ulster had been proposed since the end of the Nine Years' War. The George Frazer Black states and he is probably correct that Archibald was adopted History of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, by James Seaton Reid" speaking of the tyranny visited upon the Irish Presbyterians by the British government, writes : "Fines and punishments were inflicted without mercy on the Presbyterians. Teutons are found in the 1659 civil survey again in South Antrim. MacArdles can be found in their homeland of County Monaghan as early as the 12th settled in the Parish of Magheraboy in County Fermanagh. ... O’Donnell was the Irish family for whom County Donegal, or a major portion thereof, was once commonly called “O’Donnell’s Country” - see p. 175, 1 st full par. plantation settlers may have been either Tuten or Teuton as no family name Scotland the name is found almost exclusively as Adam. 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