Ards Peninsula Families Project- Background

Administrators

Surnames

Adair, Adrian, Agar, Allan, Allen, Ambrose, Anderson, Andrews, Armstrong, Askin, Bailey, Bailie, Barr, Barron, Beck, Beckett, Beggs, Bell, Berry, Biars, Birs, Birss, Black, Blackmore, Blakeley, Bohun, Bone, Boyd, Branniff, Brown, Bryce, Burns, Butler, Buyers, Byers, Byres, Byris, Byrs, Caffery, Caldwell, Cameron, Campbell, Cathcart, Caughey, Clegg, Clements, Clint, Clinton, Close, Cochrane, Coffey, Colville, Colwell, Connor, Conroy, Cook, Cooke, Copusins, Corry, Coulter, Cousins, Cowan, Crawford, Cree, Culler, Cully, Curran, Curren, Currie, Curry, Daly, Dalzell, de Bohun, Dempster, Denver, Denvir, Devoy, Ditty, Dommigan, Donnan, Dorrian, Dorrien, Dougherty, Drysdale, Dunbar, Eadie, Eccles, Echlin, Edmond, Edmund, Ellison, Ennis, Erskine, Eston, Ferris, Filson, Finlay, Finnigan, Flinn, Flynn, Foster, Fullerton, Fulton, Garrison, Garvan, Gaw, Gee, Gibson, Gilmore, Girvan, Glendon, Glenn, Gordon, Graham, Gratten, Gray, Greer, Hagan, Haldenby, Hamilton, Harkness, Harper, Hastings, Hay, Hayes, Hays, Headly, Heron, Herron, Hiddleston, Houston, Huddleston, Huddlestone, Hudelson, Hughes, Hutchinson, Innes, Jameson, Jamison, Johnston, Jolly, Jones, Keag, Keenan, Kelly, Keogh, Kerr, Kilpatrick, Kirkpatrick, Larmour, Lawson, Lawther, Lecky, Ledlie, Lemon, Lennon, Linden, Lindon, Lindsay, Linton, Lowry, Lundie, Lyndon, Mac Giolla Fhiondain, MacClinton, MacElenen, MacElynan, Macken, Mackin, Macklendon, Maginnes, Mahood, Manown, Manson, Matchett, Matthews, Mawhinney, Maxwell, McAlinden, McAlindon, McBride, McCappin, McCarthy, McClement, McClements, McClinton, McCollum, McConnell, McCormack, McCormick, McCracken, McCullagh, McCullough, McCutcheon, McDonald, McDonnell, McDowell, McGaw, McGee, McGhie, McGilton, McGimpsey, McGrath, McGrattan, McGrattin, McGratton, McGuiness, McHarry, McKee, McKelvey, McKnown, McLinton, McLyndon, McMaster, McMeekin, McMillan, McMullan, McNeilly, McNown, McQuillan, McVay, McVea, McVeagh, McVeigh, McVey, McWhinney, McWhir, McWhirk, McWilliam, Menown, Middleton, Millar, Milligan, Miskelly, Moffatt, Moffett, Montgomery, Moore, Murray, O'Brian, O'Brien, O'Neil, O'Prey, Orr, Palmer, Pauley, Piper, Porter, Pounden, Press, Purdy, Purse, Pyper, Quinn, Rawbone, Reid, Richardson, Richie, Robb, Robinson, Ross, Russell, Savage, Shanks, Shaw, Simpson, Smiley, Smyth, Stevenson, Stewart, Stewert, Storrier, Stratton, Sunderland, Tate, Taylor, Tennant, Thompson, Tompson, Trainor, Trotter, Turney, Warnock, Watson, Weir, White, Whitesides, Wilson, Woods, Wright, Young

Background

The Ards Peninsula is a section of County Down, Northern Ireland, that is bounded on the north by Belfast Lough, the west by Strangford Lough, and on the east by the Irish Sea.


Civil Parishes include: Bangor, Newtownards, Donaghadee, Grey Abbey, Ballywalter, Inishargy, Ballyhalbert, Ardkeen, Ardquin, Castleboy, Slanes, Ballytrustan, Ballyphillip Townlands and Villages include: Ardkeen, Ardgeehan, Ardmillan, Ballyadam, Ballyalicock, Ballyatwood, Ballyboley, Ballyblack, Ballyblack Little, Ballyboghilbo, Ballybranigan, Ballybryan, Ballybuttle, Ballycam, Ballycastle, Ballycopeland, Ballycranbeg, Ballycramore, Ballycroghan, Ballycross, Ballycruise, Ballydoonan, Ballyedock, Ballyesborough, Ballyewry, Ballyferis, Ballyfinragh, Ballyfotherly, Ballyfounder, Ballyfrench, Ballyfrenis, Balliggan, Ballygalet, Ballygarvan, Ballygarvigan, Ballygelagh, Ballygraffin, Ballygrainey, Ballygrangee, Ballyhaft, Ballyhalbert, Ballyharry, Ballyhaskin, Ballyhay, Ballyhemlin, Ballyhenny, Ballyhenry, Ballyherley, Ballyholme, Ballymacnamee, Ballyobegan, Ballylimp, Balloo Lower, Ballymaconnell, Ballymacormick, Ballymagee, Ballymarter, Ballyminnis, Ballymintragh, Ballymoney, Ballymurphy, Ballynester, Ballynichol, Ballynoe, Ballyphilip, Ballyquintan, Ballyrawer, Ballyreagh, Ballyree, Ballyridley, Ballyrolly, Ballyrusley, Ballyspurge, Ballytrustan, Ballywadden, Ballywallon, Ballywalter, Ballyward, Ballywater, Ballywatticock, Ballyweird, Ballywhiskin, Ballywhite, Ballywhollart, Ballywilliam, Ballyvester, Bangor, Blackabbey, Bootown, Broom Quarter, Cardy, Carney Hill, Carrowdore, Carryreagh, Carrstown, Castleboy, Cloghy, Cookstown, Corrog, Cotton, Craigarodden, Craigboy, Cronstown, Crossnamuckley, Cunningburn, Demesne, Derry, Donaghadee, Drumardin, Drumardin Quarter, Drumawhy, Drumfad, Drumhirk, Dunelvy, Dunover, Echlinville, Fishquarter, Ganaway, Glastry, Gordonall, Granagh, Grangee, Gransha, Gregstown, Greyabbey, Groomsport, Herdstown, Hoggstown, Inishargy, Island Hill, Kearney, Keentagh, Killaghy, Killydressy, Killyvdgan, Kircubbin, Kirkistown, Knockinelder, Lisbane, LoughdooMarlfield, Loughriscouse, Miller Hill, Millisle, Mount Stewart, Movilla, Newcastle, Nunsquarter, Orlock, Parson Hall, Portavoe, Portavogie, Portaferry, Priesttown, Rattallagh, Roddans, Rosemount, Rowreagh, Rubane, Slanes, Sloanstown, Springvale, Tara, Templepatrick, Thomastown, Tievshilly, Town Parks, Tullyboard, Tullycarnan, Tullycross, Tullykevin, Tullymally, Tullynacrew, Tullytramon, Whitechruch


Ards Peninsula Families DNA Project Pedigrees Here


Ards Peninsula Families DNA Project Forum Here
 

Frequently Asked Questions at Family Tree DNA Here

Note: Because of the large number of project members, the group administators will no longer be able to send out bulk emails to the project members. You may email us directly, or join our Ards Peninsula Families DNA Project Facebook Group. Also, keep checking our Ards Peninsula Families DNA Project Forum for new records.


We wish to include all families from the Ards Peninsula. If you know of an Ards Peninsula family whose surname has not been listed, please contact the group administrator, and we will include that surname in the list of eligible surnames.

General Fund