Single Family Genealogical Study
“Do you have a Talty ancestor, and would like to find family records, or find out where the family
originated? Together we can find the answers”
Project based in Co. Clare Ireland
This newsletter introduces the project and its aims. It also gives contact information.
Updates on progress of aims and also arrangements for meetings. (If you wish to organise a meeting in your area, let us know
Users are invited to submit interesting life stories about Talty ancestors which are worth sharing with the extended group.
Feb 1st 2014
The main aims of the study are to provide a forum in which members of the Talty family name group can contact each other and support each other in their mutual searches for their family ancestry. It is hoped that this can reduce work and expense for people and also add to our collective knowledge of the origins of the name
1. The Talty family name started in Co Clare Ireland during the 1600’s
2. People of this name were previously known as O’ Reilly, and migrated to Co Clare during the Plantation of Ulster from Co Cavan.
Michael Talty b. 1805 from Ennis, migrated to the US in 1853.He was married in 1827 to Catherine Costello b. 1808, probably in the Ennis area. Michael's father John b. abt 1780 in Glascloon and his wife Honora (Bridget) McInerney b. abt 1785 in Caherlean.
Margaret Talty from Toureen Miltown Malbay (Kilfarboy) born 22 Jan 1842. Parents were John Talty and Margaret Doherty. Emmigrated to Australia. Any information appreciated
Patrick Talty born 26 Oct 1848 in Glendine South, Miltown Malbay (Kilfarboy). Presumed he emigrated but not known to where. Any help appreciated. Father Michael Talty and Mother Brid O Brien. Brid (Ireland)
The chat facility will allow any user to give opinions on how the project should progress in order for all users to get the most out of what is proposed. It also gives people the chance to identify possible family connections, and help each other with research and information which can be shared.
It is hoped to conduct YDNA tests on a number of male descendants of Talty family in order to establish the origin, down to town land, of the first Talty male. This will also test some stories from family lore on the origins of the name and the origins of our progenitors.
Martin Michael Talty b 1804-1809 Coore. Died Doonogan 1901. May have lived in New York and Hong Kong. Any information appreciated.
Features Talty family members who have become know globally for endeavours in their chosen fields and who have achieved recognition.
Clare County Library has done Trojan work over the years in order to bring genealogical information to visitors online. The following are some links which can be used in searches for Talty members.
If you have any stories of Talty family members who emigrated from Ireland and have interesting tales to share, we would love to hear from you and share,
Sincere thanks to Br. Michael Talty in Brisbane, Heather Coleman in Victoria, Julia Dailey in the US and Julie Ann Olson for all their help and information. My thanks also go to the parish administrators for all their help with records.
Clare Talty-Hogan, 103, died July 8, 2014 at Freedom Inn, Sun City West, AZ. She was preceded in death by her husband, Vincent Hogan, infant son, Edward Joseph, and son-in-law, Charles Grosscup. She is survived by three children: Jim (Margaret) Hogan, Scottsdale, AZ, Janice (Bob) Schiltgen, Lake Elmo, MN, and Phyllis Grosscup, Sun City West, AZ.; two grandchildren Colleen Crisera and Mike (Liz) Hogan; seven great-grandchildren: Sean, Leland, and Fiona Hogan, Brendan and Melanie Barker, Emilia and Anthony Crisera, and three step-grandchildren: Sam (Gloria) Haddad, Tamara (Mihajlo) Popovich , and Pamela (Philip) Ferrante and step-great grandchildren: Bryan, Jordan, and Ben Haddad, Ljubo and Niko Popovich, Sam Ferrante and Rhiannon Campbell. Other surviving close relatives include: Ann, Rutledge & Tres Lilly, El Paso, TX; Mary Clare Rothfield, Huntington Beach, CA; Jean Williams, Plano, TX; Esther Hogan, Corning, IA; and Jeannie and Bryan Boswell, Loveland, CO.
Died July 17th 2014 80 years
Vincent Talty of West Seneca, Beloved husband of Brigid (O'Neill) Talty; Devoted father of Eileen (Jeremy) Hodson, Brendan (Rita), Stephan (Marie) and James (Mary Beth) Talty. Son of the late John and Norah Talty of Coore East, County Clare, Ireland. Proud grandfather of Caitlin, Erin, Meghan, Sean, Colin, Kaleigh, Claire, Shane, Asher and Delphine. Brother of John (Anne) Talty of Limerick, Ireland and the late P.J. and Marian Talty
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