William / Gulielmus Hickey

Male 1840 -

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  • Name William / Gulielmus Hickey 
    Born Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Christened 5 Jun 1840  Of Clonogan, Clonegall Roman Catholic Parish, Carlow Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    • Latin Names in English

      Parish records were either written in English or Latin. Never in Irish. The surname ALWAYS retains the English spelling (or a phonetic variation ? the same surname can be spelled differently in any set of records, probably depending on the way that the person writing it spelled the name, and whether that person was a local to the area or not.) The rules of Latin are not necessarily followed, the spelling of the name changes and does not become what it should become. That is to say, Latin has rules and with those rules the basic name will change indicating a parent or a child. The child?s name will be given in it?s basic form ? that is the nominative form, but the end of the parents name will change somewhat (the genative form). Putting this as simply as possible, the child may be called after one of the parents, but the spelling of each name while it looks almost the same will end differently.

      How each ending changed, depended on the nominative ? the plain form of the name ? and there were rules to be followed. These rules changed when it was a marriage.

      However, the rules of the language were not always followed and the endings of names can be different even when it is the same person filling in the register and this causes so much confusion amongst researchers.

      The root of the name is what is important ? that is, how the beginning of the name is spelled ? how similar it is to that of the child ? so long as that is similar, then you can take it that the child and one of the parents had the same name.

      Sometimes, the translation can throw us off track ? for example, Johanna meaning Jane, Jean, Johanna and also being translated as *Honora*

      The fact that the in Latin ?J? was written ?I?. Regardless of grammatical changes in names, little things such as Ioannes and Johannes being John are not too easily seen.

      Adalbertus = Albert or George
      Adam (Ade) = Adam
      Aedus = Hugh
      Aemilia = Emily
      Agna = Agnes, Nancy
      Agneta = Agnes
      Alanus = Alan
      Albertus = Albert
      Alesia, Alicia = Alice
      Alfredus, Aluredus = Alfred
      Alicia = Alice, Elsie, Alyssa
      Alienora, Eleanora, Elianora = Eleanor
      Aloisius = Aloysius, Louis, Luis
      Aloysius = Aloysius or Lewis
      Alvredus = Alfred
      Amica, Amata, Amia = Amy
      Anastasia = Anastasia or Nancy
      Andreas = Andrew
      Anna = Ann, Anne
      Antonius = Anthony
      Arcturus, Artorius, Arturus = Arthur
      Audoenus, Audoinus, Oeneus, Oenus = Owen
      Augustinus = Austin
      Avelina = Evelyn
      Bartholomeus = Bartholomew
      Beatrix = Betteris, Beatrice
      Benedicta (f.)= Benedict, Benet
      Benedictus (m.) = Benedict, Benet
      Bertrandus = Bertram
      Brigida, Brigitta = Bridget, Brigid
      Carolum, Carolus = Charles, Carl
      Caterina, Katerina, Katharina = Catherine
      Catharina = Catherine, Kathryn, Kathleen
      Cecilia = Cisley, Cecily
      Cecilius = Cecil
      Christiana, Christina = Christine
      Christophorus = Christopher
      Constantia, Custancia = Constance
      Daniele = Daniel
      Denisia, Dionisia = Denise
      Dionisius, Dionisius, Dionysius = Denis
      Donatus = Duncan
      Dorothea = Dorothy
      Eadmundus, Edmundus = Edmund, Edmond
      Eadwardus, Eduardus, Edwardus = Edward
      Lena = Helen, Ellen
      Elias = Ellis
      Elisabetha, Elizabetha = Elizabeth, Beth, Betty,
      Erchenbaldus = Archibald
      Eustachius = Eustace
      Eva = Eve
      Felicia = Felice
      Francisca (f.) = Frances
      Franciscus (m.) = Francis, Frank
      Fridericus = Frederick
      Georgius = George
      Gerardus = Gerard
      Gilebertus, Gislebertus = Gilbert
      Giraldus, Geroldus = Gerald
      Godefridus, Godefredus = Godfrey
      Goisfridus, Gosfridus = Geoffrey
      Gratia = Grace
      Gualterus = Walter
      Guglielmus, Gulielmus, Guilhelmus, Gulielmo, Gulielmum = William
      Haraldus = Harold
      Helena = Helen, Ellen, Nell, Aileen, Eileen
      Henricum, Henricus = Henry
      Henrietta = Henrietta or Harriet
      Hereweccus, Herveius = Henry
      Hieremias = Jeremiah
      Honorah = Nora, Norah, (Jane, Jean, Joan!)
      Honoria = Honour, Honor
      Hugo = Hugh
      Isabella = Isabel
      Ioannes, Joannes, Joannis, Johannes, Johannis = John
      Jacobus = James or Jacob
      Joanna, Johanna = Joan, Jane, Jeanne, Jeanette, Joanne, Sinead, Siobhan
      Johanna = Jane, Joan, Jean and Honora
      Josephum = Joseph
      Josias = Josiah
      Laurencia, Laurencius, Laurentium = Laurence, Lawrence
      Lucas = Luke
      Ludovicus, Lodovicus = Lewis, Louis
      Malachias = Malachy
      Marcus = Mark, Marcus
      Margareta, Margreta = Margaret
      Margeria = Margery
      Maria = Mary, Maureen, Molly, Marie
      Maria Anna = Mary Ann, Marian, Marianne
      Mariana = Marion
      Martinus = Martin
      Mathaeus, Mattheus, Mathias, Matthias = Matthew
      Matilda, Matildis, Matillis = Matilda, Maud
      Mauricius, Meuricius = Maurice
      Michaelem = Michael
      Milo = Miles
      Moyses = Moses
      Muriella, Miriela, Mirielda = Muriel
      Oliva = Olive
      Patricius, Patritius = Patrick
      Petrus = Peter
      Philippa, Philippe = Philip
      Radulfus, Radulphus = Ralph
      Randolphus = Randal, Randolph
      Reginaldus = Reynold
      Reimundus = Raymond
      Ricardus = Richard, Dick
      Rugerius = Roger, Rory
      Samuelem = Samuel
      Stephanus = Stephen
      Theodoricus = Theodore, Derek
      Thomasum = Thomas
      Timotheus = Timothy
      Tobias = Toby
      Vincencius = Vincent
      Willelmus, Guillelmus= William

      Some Changes in Names seen in Irish Parish Registers

      In Latin, the spelling of a name will change depending on whether it is simply the name itself, or whether it is the name of a parent or a bride. If you have two names in a register which to your mind should be spelled exactly the same way and they are not ? then this is because the rules of Latin and the way that names should be spelled tell us whether it is the child or parent who is being named.

      The name changes to indicate ?son/daughter of, bride of.? The first name is spelled as it should be and the way the parents first name ends

      James son of James should read : ?Jacobus filius Jacobi.?

      This combination of endings is constant for any male name that ends in ?us? eg. Anthonius, Bartolomaeus, Cornelius, Carolus, Edwardus, Franciscus, Gulielmus, Henricus, Josephus, Patricius, Petrus, Stephanus, Timotheus.

      Any name ending in ?us? used as the father?s name should end in ?i?

      e.g Anthonius, filius Edwardi; (Anthony son of Edward)
      Petrus, filius Stephani; (Peter son of Stephen)
      Josephus, filius Patricii. Joseph son of Patrick

      John son of John becomes Johannes, filius Johannis

      Any name ending in ?es? or ?is? in the nominative case e.g Johannes, Danielis, Micaelis takes the ?is? or can remain the same
      Danielis filius Micaelis : Daniel son of Michael
      Danielis filius Johannis : Daniel son of John
      Johannes filius Danielis : John son of Daniel

      Names ending in ?o? add ?nis? to the father or the mother
      Hugo filius Hugonis : Hugh, son of Hugh

      Names ending in ?a? should end in ?ae? when it is the father or mother who is mentioned in the records ? in most cases with Irish records the ?e? is absent when it comes to Mariae
      e.g. Maria, filia Mariae : Mary, daughter of Mary
      This group includes:
      Anna, Brigitta, Caecilia, Catherina, Elena, Elinora, Hanoria, Honoria, Johanna, Rosa.
      Brigitta, filia Annae : Bridget daughter of Anne
      Honoria, filia Johannae: Honoria daughter of Joan (see name list above Honora = Joan)
      Catherina, filia Elenae : Catherine daughter of Helen.

      Helen is a name that is rarely seen in parish records that are written in English up to the late 19th century. This name is usually found as Ellen in Irish parish records that are written in Latin

      Winifred should belong to this group and just becomes Winifreda

      Marriage can be slightly different: if the name ends in ?a? the ending becomes ?am?
      Johannes nupsit Annam : John married Anne
      Jacobus nupsit Brigittam : Jacob (James) married Bridget

      5) names ending in ?ix? should become ?icis? in the genitive: Beatrix filia Beatricis

      6) there are a few odd ones, namely Thomas, Jeremias, Barnabas, Adamus, which
      don?t fit the rules and can be found in different forms
      e.g Thoma filius Thomae : Thomas son of Thomas
      Thomas filius Thome : Thomas son of Thomas
      Adamus, filius Ade or Adam : Adam son of Adam

      The name Bridget usually follows the same form in baptismal records as it should in marriage records, i.e. Bridget is often written as Bridgetam in baptismal records whereas it should read Bridgeta
    Person ID I62  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 10 Jan 2021 

    Father Thomas Hickey, Of Clonegal 
    Mother Anne Kelly 
    Marriage 1838 
    Married 26 Feb 1838  Rathvilly, Carlow Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F5854  Group Sheet

    Family Mary / Maria Heffernan,   b. Abt 1838, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1930, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 91 years) 
    Married 15 Nov 1860  St Agatha’s North William Street, Dublin, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • First name(s) Maria
      Last name Heffernan
      Address 2 Campbells Road
      Marriage year 1860
      Marriage date 15 Nov 1860
      Parish St. Agatha's, Dublin City
      Alternative parish names North William St., St. Agatha's Nth. William ST
      Diocese Dublin
      Spouse's first name(s) Gulielmus
      Spouse's last name Hickey
      Spouse's address 20 Henry Street
      County Dublin
      Country Ireland
      Father's first name(s) Thoma
      Father's last name Heffernan
      Mother's first name(s) Catharina
      Mother's last name Heffernan
      Spouse's father's first name(s) Thoma
      Spouse's father's last name Hickey
      Spouse's mother's first name(s) Anna
      Spouse's mother's last name Hickey
      National Library of Ireland
      National Library of Ireland register http://registers.nli.ie//registers/vtls000633465#page/1/mode/1up
      Register Marriage
      Record set Ireland Roman Catholic Parish Marriages
      Category Life Events (BDMs)
      Subcategory Parish Marriages
    +1. Thomas Francis (Frank) Hickey,   b. 8 Mar 1862, Brooklyn, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Sep 1941, Pialba, Q Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 79 years)
    +2. Mary Catherine Hickey,   b. 4 Nov 1871, Dublin, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Oct 1948, Gladstone, Q Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years)
    Last Modified 14 Sep 2019 
    Family ID F15  Group Sheet

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