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.

Hearth Money Rolls

Texts below are used for research purposes only and are courtesy of Bill Macafee's Family and Local History Website. Visit billmacafee.com to view and learn more about Professor Macafee's work. Below are listed Ó Dochartaighs from the Hearth Money Rolls for Inishowen and Raphoe in Donegal (dated 1665), for County Londonderry (dated 1663), for County Tyrone (dated 1666), and for County Antrim (dated 1669). The Heart Money Rolls were not a complete enumeration of the population, as many were exempted or evaded the list. Also, there are many areas for which rolls have not survived.