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April Birthdays

03: Margaret (Peggy) Carroll
07: Denis McCrohan
08: Bridie Ann McCrohan
10: James Larry Lam
16: Hanora McCrohan
18: Marie Holmes
19: Ryan Patrick Stahl
21: Dennis Eugene McCrohan
      Penny Wardle
26: Annie Elizabeth McCrohon
      Manuel Mac-Crohon Saez
28: Brendan Drury
May Birthdays

01: Emmalia Jacqueline Lam
11: Teri Carroll
14: Alejandra Mac-Crohon Saez
17: Christopher Allen Sandifer
18: Catherine McCrohan
19: Pablo Mac-Crohon Reynolds
22: Brian John McCrohan
23: Joseph Drury
26: Herbert Samuel Cram
30: Jerry Carroll
31: Jennifer Anne Wardle

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A History of McCrohan(James McCrohan of Texas, U.S.A.)

World-wide home of McCrohan Genealogy

Welcome to is a community website dedicated to research and discussion about the McCrohan family name, and the genealogy of its bearers, whether they be called MacCriomhthainns (in the original Irish) or any of the many popular anglicisations of the name: McCrohon, McCrohan, MacCrohan, Mac-Crohan, McCrehin, O'Crohan, MacCrehin and Mac-Crohon (in Spain), O'Crohon, MacCrohon etc.

While much of the content is available to all visitors, posting messages and replies in the discussion forum (where members discuss their genealogy and help each other research their family trees), the family tree itself and the ability to send messages to other members are all features that are restricted to registered members.  Membership is free, but we do require that applicants provide some information about themselves and their interest in McCrohan genealogy to ensure that our members all share a genuine interest in the subject which brings us together.

You can apply for membership by clicking here.

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McCrohan Panhandle Pioneers
My Family Tree jerry writes "
Although we can't vouch for its veracity, the following extract from "Memory Cups of Panhandle Pioneers" (Clarendon Press, 1945) has a page on the McCrohans of New Mexico and Texas..  Thanks to Trevor Trimmer for spotting this and sharing.
Posted by admin on Sunday, 08 February 2015 @ 06:51:04 EST (99 reads) (Read More... | 3364 bytes more | 1 comment | Score: 0)

New branch of Family Tree Found
My Family Tree Eileen writes "I recently received an email from a Jane, stating that her father was Thomas F Crohan (O’Crohan) and his father was Thomas T. Crohan (O’Crohan) the son that went to America and his father was Tomas O’Crohan (The Islandman).
Posted by admin on Thursday, 23 December 2010 @ 14:39:01 EST (4860 reads) (Read More... | 766 bytes more | 2 comments | Score: 0)

A McCrehin Family History
My Family Tree With many apologies to Carol Sundquist (née McCrehin) for the very late publication of her family history.
Posted by admin on Sunday, 19 August 2007 @ 08:23:48 EDT (8518 reads) (Read More... | 8881 bytes more | 1 comment | Score: 0)

New downloads in the Family Histories section
My Family Tree Working through my backlog of documents to post, and came across the following documents contributed by John McCrohan of Renard (again).  John mentions in his email that he received them from Inés in Buenos Aires, a descendent of Don José.

Unfortunately for some of us, the documents are in Spanish only, so it would be great if  there's anyone out there with the appropriate language skills who could translate these to English one day.
Posted by admin on Sunday, 19 August 2007 @ 07:57:38 EDT (8088 reads) (Read More... | 1124 bytes more | 1 comment | Score: 0)

Publicity featuring Valentia Island, Renard Point etc
Announcements With thanks to John McCrohan of Renard, County Kerry in Ireland for requesting a copy of this short publicity slot from Guinness, and sharing it with us.  This 4 megabyte film is of interest here, because it features background images of the Irish McCrohan heartland. 

To further put the film in context, I'm copying a short article from "The Kingdom" newspaper, which was published September 15, 2005.
Posted by admin on Sunday, 19 August 2007 @ 07:03:20 EDT (8818 reads) (Read More... | 2540 bytes more | 42 comments | Score: 4)

Photo Gallery back!
Announcements I'm delighted to say that the photo gallery is back in action.  See link on the left to "Photo Gallery".   As I don't have as much time to tend to as I used to, I had to disable the photo gallery some time back when upgrading ..
Posted by admin on Sunday, 19 August 2007 @ 05:26:46 EDT (9405 reads) (Read More... | 962 bytes more | 5 comments | Score: 0)

A MacCriomhthainn History - from Australia
The Name member Clinton McCrohan has submitted the following perspective on the history of the MacCriomhthainn name and descendants.   A big thanks to Clinton - this was quite an undertaking.  Please post comments here if you'd like to provide feedback to his research.
Posted by admin on Sunday, 19 March 2006 @ 09:36:51 EST (9747 reads) (Read More... | 7 comments | Score: 5)

Kerry brothers to sing at White House lunch
Famous People THREE Kerry brothers will perform for US President George W Bush, Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and other dignitaries at a presidential lunch in the White House on March 16.

Note: This article appeared in the Irish Examiner on the 10th of March.  Thanks to member Paul Thompson for bringing it to our attention.
Posted by admin on Saturday, 11 March 2006 @ 13:15:58 EST (7491 reads) (Read More... | 877 bytes more | 2 comments | Score: 0)

Maxwell McCrohon
Famous People Maxwell McCrohon 1928 -- 2004

`Visionary' talent reshaped Chicago Tribune Newspaper
By Patrick T. Reardon
Chicago Tribune staff reporter

Note: Thanks to Ed Ahern for sharing this with us

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Mac Crehin's Castle
The Name Apart from its enclosing earthwork there are no visible remains of this castle, which was located on the lower South slopes of Bentee Mountain. It is associated with the McCrohan branch of the O’Sullivan Mores (Smith 1756, 107), and is referred to as ‘Letirmiccrohan’ in RIA MS 24 K 43.

Note: Article contributed by John McCrohan of Renard. Registered users can see a picture of the site of Leitir Castle in the Photo Gallery.
Posted by admin on Thursday, 02 January 2003 @ 07:06:04 EST (14425 reads) (Read More... | 3774 bytes more | 46 comments | Score: 4.5)

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Past Articles
Thursday, October 17
· Geoffrey McCrohon
Saturday, September 14
· James McCrohan's Survey - response from Timothy McCrohan (East Coast U.S.A.)
· James McCrohan's Survey - response from John L. McCrohon (East Coast U.S.A.
Sunday, August 04
· James McCrohan's Survey - response from James Joseph McCrohon (East Coast U.S.A.
· James McCrohan's Survey - response from Peter J. McCrohan (East Coast U.S.A.)
Thursday, May 09
· From Valentia, Ireland to Victoria, Australia
Saturday, April 27
· Contribute to our knowledge of McCrohan ancestry
· Parish records at turn of 19th century - Cahirciveen
Friday, January 25
· New Survey
Sunday, January 13
· James McCrohan's Survey - responses from East Coast, U.S.A.
Thursday, December 20
· 1889 marriage certificate
Tuesday, November 20
· Looking for information about my great-grandfather
Sunday, October 21
· A pioneering McCrohan in the American Far West
Saturday, October 20
· P.J. McCrohan letter to Margaretta (McCrohan)
Tuesday, October 02
· Just saying hi
Sunday, September 30
· Letter from Bartholomew McCrohan, Blarney.
Sunday, September 23
· Australian archdiocesan records - Francis McCrohan/Grace Mullen
· McCrohon History (England & Scotland?)
Tuesday, September 18
· Photographs of the Australian McCrohons
Sunday, September 16
· More interesting reading
Thursday, September 13
· History of the McCrohan family of Melbourne, Australia
Sunday, August 26
· Other historical references (from Genealogy Survey)
· McCrohans in Olden Kerry (from Genealogy Survey)
· McCrohans of Spain (from Genealogy Survey)
· Letter from Anna Fullam
· James McCrohan's Survey - responses from Ireland
· Respondees to James McCrohan's survey
· An encyclopedia of McCrohan Research - James McCrohan
Saturday, August 18
· A CD by Stephen McCrohan
Friday, August 17
· An t-Oileánach / The Islandman


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