The Families of County Kerry
Use our database of the historic major clans and kindreds of Highland and Lowland Scotland and their 'septs' - lesser clans and surnames historically associated with them.
Can't find a particular name or clan? We're continually updating our records based on the most recent research - if you have any queries contact email@example.com.
What is a clan, a kindred, or a sept? Find out at Clancentral
Enter your surname to search the Clans, Kindreds and Septs
Browse the major Scottish Clans and Kindreds here
Find your tartan and view swatches with our Tartan Finder. You can search for tartans by family name, clan name or colour or just browse our A-Z list.
Search for your tartan by entering the tartan, clan, surname or location below or Search by colour by clicking one of the colour boxes:
Browse our A-Z list of tartans by clicking on a letter below
You searched for: tartans. There are results. Click a tartan to select it for your item, or search againToo many results? You can filter your results by a stripe colour.
You searched for: . There are results. Click a tartan to select it for your item, or search again
You searched for: Tartans beginning with . There are results. Click a tartan to select it for your item, or search again
An antique style map of County Kerry showing the crests and locations of the ancient families and the principal historical features. The main mountain ranges, rivers, glens, cities and towns are all shown alongside numerous places of historical interest. Miniature illustrations include the Gallarus Oratory, Ross Castle, Daniel O’Connell, Ardfert Cathedral, Skellig Michael and St Brendan the navigator.
Hand drawn and printed on high quality paper using colour fast inks, the map features the heraldic crests of the following families: McCarthy, O’Donoghue, Fitzmaurice, O’Sullivan, O’Shea, O’Connell, O'Connor. Many more names can be found on the map besides these.
This is an exquisite artwork and educational resource, printed on high quality paper. It will appeal to both historians and genealogists alike. It is posted in a strong protective tube. It will enhance any home where the family is proud of its Irish heritage.