The O'Doherty Heritage website is designed to be your place for all things Ó Dochartaigh. Whether your name or ancestry is from a Doherty, Dougherty, Daugherty, Docherty, Dogherty, if your family used another spelling of our name, or if you're from one of our related Donegal families, such as the McDevitt/McDaid, McBride, McConlogue, or others–we welcome you to the O'Doherty Heritage website!

The vision of the O'Doherty Heritage is "Telling our story, uniting us together." This was the same vision of our ancestors, the Ó Dochartaigh patriarchs, when they established our Clan motto, Ár nDúthchas–which means 'Our Heritage'. Below are the goals of O'Doherty Heritage:

TELLING OUR STORY:

  • Share our heritage with our entire Clan

  • Research, document, & bring our history to life

  • Curate a digital Clan genealogy research library

UNITING US TOGETHER:

  • Encourage quality genealogical research

  • Promote clan identity and pride in our heritage

  • Facilitate communication amongst our clanfolk

 

This site is curated by Will Dougherty III under the direction of the Association of Ó Dochartaighs. ©2020 O'Doherty Heritage. Site Policies. I'd love to hear your thoughts on the site, answer your questions, or see you get involved! Email odohertyheritage@gmail.com.

Fort Culmore

History of Fort Culmore 

Fort Culmore was a English military garrison during the time of the O'Dogherty Rebellion. In 1608, Sir. Cahir O'Dogherty and his men, stormed the fort and captured the munitions for their uprising against the English forces.

Fort Culmore Today

The present tower house was built during the 1800s on the site of the original Fort (stone database) and is in a residential district. Below are photos of the present structure and drawings of the original structure.

Click the thumbnails below to open the photos in a larger viewer!

Other Resources to Check out

Visit The Fort!

  • Physical Location: 74A Culmore Point, Londonderry BT48 8JW, UK

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