Description of our Website Pages
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The Antrim McKentys...this
page describes some origins of the McKenty/McKinty name in County
Antrim Ireland. Numerous ancestral families and individuals who lived there from the late 1600s through the period
of emigration are identified. Besides emigrants to North America, profiles of some families that emigrated
from Scotland and Ireland to Australia and New Zealand are also found here
...on this page you'll find an outline of the families that first settled
in Quebec including John and Mary Mulvena McKenty, Bernard & Ann Daley
McKenty, and Daniel & Mary Stanley McKenty. Like other ancestors their
descendents are scattered around our global community
John McKenty and Mary Blaney
.. They settled on Amherst Island and
eventually emigrayed again across north America.
The Hugh's of Amherst Island.
This page traces the descendents of two original families, Hugh & Nancy Robinson
McKenty and Hugh & Sarah Berdan/Bourdaine. They were among the early settlers of this
island once known as the Isle of Tanti. None of there descendents remain
on the island
Henry and Bridget Mooney McKenty.....came
to Canada around 1861 and settled near John and Mary Blaney. Later they moved
a few miles away to Madoc Ontario.
State Kin This page focuses mainly on the
of the widow Jane McKenty and her children who first settled near
More Ontario Cousins
..This section outlines 4 other Ontario families
including Neil and Margery Murphy McKenty in Hastings, William and Margaret
McKenty near Peterborough, and Captain John and his wife Jane who lived in Hamilton...
More American Cousins
This page identifies some of the families who settled in various areas of the
United States. Attention is mainly focused on Pennsylvania, Indiana,
Illinois with some tidbits on New Jersey, Vermont, and Maryland.
Found But Lost section is included on this page of the website. It lists a number of McKenty/McKintys
records for but who are still looking for the appropriate branch of the
tree to be placed in.
There is a photo section with pictures of sites in Ireland along with some