Andrew Trew Wood
Andrew Trew Wood (26 August 1826 – 21 January 1903) was a Canadian businessman and parliamentarian. Born in Mountnorris, County Armagh, Ireland, the son of David Wood, a merchant, and Frances Bi...
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William Richardson (1656–1727)
William Richardson (1656–1727) was an Irish politician.He was the son of Major Edward Richardson of Legacorry (aka Richhill Castle), County Armagh, MP for County Armagh. He was educated at Trinity Col...
James Sleator
James Sinton Sleator (1886–1950), was an Irish artist, born in Portadown, County Armagh, Ireland.Painter of portraits and still life, James Sleator was son of William Slator (different spelling, as Ja...
Richard Best (judge)
Richard Best PC(Ire) KC (11 December 1869 – 23 February 1939) was an Irish barrister, politician and Lord Justice of Appeal.Best was born in Richhill, County Armagh. He was educated at the Educational...
Charles Fane, 1st Viscount Fane
Charles Fane, 1st Viscount Fane PC (Ire) (January 1676 – 4 July 1744) was an Anglo-Irish courtier, politician and a landowner in both England and Ireland.Fane or ffane was baptised at Basildon in Berk...
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Gilbert Tennent
Gilbert Tennent was a pietistic Protestant evangelist in colonial America. Born in a Presbyterian Scots-Irish family in County Armagh, Ireland, he migrated to America as a teenager and became one o...
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Hugh McShane O'Neill
Hugh "McSeáin" O'Neill genealogies list Hugh as the son of Con MacShane O'Neill, 3rd son of Shane O'Neill and as the 10th son of Shane O'Neill. In both cases he was a grandson of Conn O'Neill, 1st Ea...
James Dillon (bishop)
Dr. James Dillon (1738–1806) was an Irish Roman Catholic Bishop of Kilmore from 1800 to 1806.
James Dillon was born in the Diocese of Armagh, Ireland, in 1738. His parents were poor and he was sma...
Arthur Henry Seton Hart-Synnot
Brigadier-General Arthur Henry Seton Hart-Synnot (1870 - 1942) was a British Army general who saw service in Japan, Hong Kong, Burma, India, and the European War of 1914 to 1918.
Hart-Synnot was ...
Eugene O'Callaghan
Eugene O'Callaghan (7 January 1888 – 21 May 1973) was a Roman Catholic cleric. He was ordained in the Archdiocese of Armagh as a priest on 21 June 1913. Having served as curate in Armagh City for a pe...
Niníne Éces
Niníne Éces (fl. 700) was an Irish poet, thought to be a member of the Uí Echdach, a kindred known for learning, who were located in the south and west of what is now County Armagh. They are recorded ...
William Henry McCluskey
William Henry McCluskey, (18 June 1839-5 October 1903) was an Irish soldier and survivor of HMS Birkenhead after it was wrecked in 1852. McCluskey was born in Armagh. In 1843 he emigrated with his par...
Mac Beathaidh mac Ainmire
Mac Beathaidh mac Ainmire, Irish poet and Chief Ollam of Ireland, died in 1041.His obit is given in the Annals of the Four Masters as follows- “M1041.4 Mac Beathaidh, son of Ainmire, chief poet of Ard...
Samuel Turner (informer)
Samuel Turner (1765–1807) was an Irish barrister, a Protestant supporter of the United Irishmen who turned informer.
He was the son of Jacob Turner of Turner's Glen, near Newry, a gentleman of goo...
John Murphy Farley
John Murphy Farley (April 20, 1842 – September 17, 1918) was an Irish-born prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Archbishop of New York from 1902 until his death in 1918, and created a ca...
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Diarmuid Mac Muireadhaigh
Diarmuid Mac Muireadhaigh, Irish poet, alive late 17th century.
Mac Muireadhaigh is believed to be the composer of a twenty-three verse poem in honor of Górdún Ó Neill, Gluaisigh ribh a ghlac rann...