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Yeats of Aberdeen, Scotland
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The poem "The O'Rahilly"
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Single page of notes on Skene by Barbara Yates Gibbon
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Blaikie
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Contents
Yeats/contents.html

Livingston
Yeats/livingston.html

Manson
Yeats/manson.html

The Scots Church, Rotterdam
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Smith
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David Ædie, of Newark and Easter Echt
Aedie/david.html
<a href="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> Barbara Yates Gibbon </a> said the Skene girl married <I>"a Dutch merchant, Mr. Eddie"</I>.
<a href="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> Barbara Yates Gibbon</a>,<BR>
 they settled in Poland <a href="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> [Barbara Yates Gibbon]</a>.
 <A HREF="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> Barbara Yates Gibbon notes, 1872 </A>
Ancestors Chart
ancestors.html
               |   |   +- <A HREF="Yeats/index.html">Alexander Yeats</A>
               |   +- <A HREF="Yeats/index.html">Barbara Yeats</A>
Blog
blog.html
Yeats ancestry updated
  <LI> <A HREF="Yeats/contents.html">Yeats</A>
Blog - Archive - 1983 to 1999
blog.start.html
<li> <a href="Yeats/index.html"> Yeats </a>
Sir James Butler
Butler/sir.james.html
(See unproved descent of <A HREF="../famous.unproved.html#yeats">Yeats</A>.)
William Dicey
Dicey/william.html
 to <B> John  Yeates</B> [born 1735, NOT Yeats].
Doorus House, near Kinvara, Co.Galway
Ebrill/doorus.html
<A HREF="http://www.google.com/search?num=100&hl=en&safe=off&q=Basterot+yeats">
<a href="../famous.unproved.html#yeats">Yeats</a>,
Royal Descents of famous people - The List
famous.thelist.html
 <A HREF="Yeats/manson.html">Sir Patrick Manson</A>,
 <A HREF="Yeats/blaikie.html">Tara Spencer-Nairn</A>,
Unproved and Disproved Royal Descents
famous.unproved.html
<h1>   <a name="yeats">  W.B. Yeats </a> </h1>
The famous  Yeats family descended from a John Butler of Dublin. 
The Yeats family 
  used the name Butler Yeats as a result.
W.B. Yeats himself worked on this link
	<li> YEATS in <a href="sources.html#burkes.irish"> [Burkes Irish, 1976] 		</a> 
	<li> William M.Murphy, <i> Family Secrets: William Butler Yeats and his Relatives</i>, 1995
	<li> William M.Murphy, The Ancestry of W.B.Yeats, <i> Yeats Studies</i>, no.1, spring 1971,
	<li> William M.Murphy, <i> The Yeats Family and the Pollexfens of Sligo</i>, 1970.
	<li> Joseph Hone, <i> William Butler Yeats</i>, 1962.
	<li> A. Norman Jeffares, <i> William Butler Yeats: Man and Poet</i>, 1962.
    Mary Butler                        Benjamin Yeats
             Rev. John Yeats
             Rev. William Butler Yeats
             <A HREF="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Butler_Yeats">John Butler Yeats</A>
<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Butler_Yeats">William Butler Yeats</a>               <A HREF="http://en.wikipedia.or
Frank Flanagan
Flanagan/frank.html
<A HREF="../famous.unproved.html#yeats">Jack B.  Yeats</A>.
<A HREF="../famous.unproved.html#yeats">Jack B.  Yeats</A>, 
Arthur Gibbon
Gibbon/arthur.html
"Yeats" in family bible and burial record, <br>
Capt. Robert Gibbon
Gibbon/capt.robert.html
It seems he went to Holland for trade (as did <a href="../Yeats/index.html">his wife's family</a>).
<A href="../Yeats/rotterdam.church.html">  <B>Scots Church,  Rotterdam</B></A>,
to <a href="../Yeats/index.html"> <b> Barbara Yeats </b> </a>
must be after her grandmother  <a href="../Yeats/index.html"> Elizabeth Leslie</a>, <br>
must be after his grandfather  <a href="../Yeats/index.html"> Alexander Yeats</a>, <br>
mar 1799 to <a href="../Yeats/livingston.html"> <b> Dr. William Livingston</b></a>.
 <A HREF="../Yeats/livingston.html">Margaret</A>,
Nellfield was formerly the home of their uncle <A HREF="../Yeats/index.html">Alexander Martin</A>.
<a href="../Yeats/livingston.html">Margaret Livingston</a>
  Barbara Yeats.<BR>
<A HREF="../Yeats/livingston.html">Livingston</a> families
<A HREF="../Yeats/livingston.html"> Elizabeth Martin</a>,
niece of Capt. Robert Gibbon and Barbara Yeats. 
<A HREF="../Yeats/livingston.html">Dr. William Livingston</a>,
who was also son-in-law of Capt. Robert Gibbon and Barbara Yeats. 
<li> <A HREF="../Yeats/livingston.html">William Livingston, M.D.</A>
AI animation of the  <a href="../Yeats/index.html#barbara.portrait">Barbara Yeats  portrait</a>.
Extracts from The Diary of Ann Gibbon, 1818 to 1820
Gibbon/diary.ann.html
in May <a href="../Yeats/livingston.html"> <B>the Dr. and Margaret</B> </a> went to England, the former in very bad health,
Gerard Gibbon
Gibbon/gerard.html
 <a href="../Yeats/index.html"> Barbara Yeats</a>
Gibbon of Aberdeen, Scotland
Gibbon/
and <a href="../Gibbon/Papers/a/76.jpg">    Yeats</a>.
John Gibbon
Gibbon/john.html
and <A HREF="../Yeats/index.html">Yeats</A>
since <a href="capt.robert.html"> Barbara Yeats </a>
since <a href="capt.robert.html"> Barbara Yeats </a>
Nellfield House, Aberdeen
Gibbon/nellfield.html
<A HREF="../Yeats/index.html"><B>Alexander Martin</B></A>
Gibbon papers
Gibbon/papers.html
<li> <A HREF="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> <B>Single page of notes on Skene</B> </A>
Robert Gibbon, of Sunderland
Gibbon/robert.sunderland.html
See  <A HREF="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html">    page of notes on Skene </A> in 1872.
The Greuze portraits
Herbert/greuze.html
<A HREF="../Yeats/index.html">Barbara Yeats</A>,
Humphrys genealogy
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<A HREF="Yeats/barbara.notes.html">single sheet found in an old tin box</A>
My wife's family tree
index.mywife.html
(Left)  <a href="Yeats/index.html"> Barbara Yeats</a>,
<li>  <a href="Gibbon/capt.robert.html"> Barbara Yeats</a>.<BR>
<li> <a href="Yeats/index.html"> Yeats </a> of Aberdeen, Scotland
Leslie of Aberdeen, Scotland
Leslie/
 <A HREF="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> Barbara Yates Gibbon notes  </A>
 <A HREF="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> Barbara Yates Gibbon notes  </A>
Norman is listed in  <A HREF="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> Barbara Yates Gibbon notes</A>.
 to <a href="../Yeats/index.html"> <b> Alexander Yeats </b> </a> and had issue.
See <A HREF="../Yeats/Images/1.jpg">mar entry</A>.
She  is listed in  <A HREF="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> Barbara Yates Gibbon notes</A>.
 <A HREF="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> Barbara Yates Gibbon notes, 1872 </A>
James Clarence Mangan
Mangan/poet.html
- <A HREF="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Butler_Yeats">W.B. Yeats</A>,
Contents
ORahilly/contents.html
<a href="the.orahilly.yeats.html">The poem "The O'Rahilly"</a><br><font color=green><i>ORahilly/the.orahilly.yeats.html</i></font>
The song "Darling Michael"
ORahilly/darling.michael.html
<A HREF="the.orahilly.yeats.html">You wound the clock</a>, it's silent now  
The album "O'Rathaille's Grave" by Gan Ainm
ORahilly/gan.ainm.html
<li> <A href="poet.memorials.html#yeats"><I>The Curse of Cromwell</I></A> by Yeats. 
The song "My Love: The O'Rahilly"
ORahilly/my.love.html
<A HREF="the.orahilly.yeats.html">'For you who helped to wind the clock <BR> 
Aodhagán Ó Rathaille
ORahilly/poet.html
<b> <a class=structural  href="poet.memorials.html#yeats"> <i> The Curse of Cromwell </i> </a> </b>
 by Yeats).
Memorials to the poet Aodhagán Ó Rathaille
ORahilly/poet.memorials.html
 <A href="#yeats"><I>The Curse of Cromwell</I></A> by Yeats  
<h1> <A name="yeats"><I>The Curse of Cromwell</I></A> by Yeats </h1>
by <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Butler_Yeats"> William Butler Yeats</a>,
<A HREF="https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/New_Poems_(Yeats)"><I>New Poems</I></A>
Michael Joseph O'Rahilly, "The O'Rahilly"
ORahilly/the.orahilly.html
W.B. Yeats    defended The O'Rahilly's  right to use the title  in his later  poem 
<a href="the.orahilly.yeats.html"> <B><I> The O'Rahilly</I></B></a>:
In the words of <A HREF="the.orahilly.yeats.html">Yeats</A>:
In the words of <A HREF="the.orahilly.yeats.html">Yeats</A>:
The title refers to the poem <a href="the.orahilly.yeats.html"> <i> The O'Rahilly </i> </a> by Yeats.
Memorials to The O'Rahilly
ORahilly/the.orahilly.memorials.html
<li><a class=structural href="the.orahilly.yeats.html">The poem "The O'Rahilly"</a> by Yeats
The poem "The O'Rahilly"
ORahilly/the.orahilly.yeats.html
by <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W._B._Yeats"> William Butler Yeats</a>. 
<A HREF="https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/New_Poems_(Yeats)"><I>New Poems</I></A> (1938).
My wife's Royal Descent
royal.mywife.html
<A HREF="Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> single page of notes on Skene </A>
David Skene, of the Mill of Potterton
Skene/david.potterton.html
<li> <A HREF="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> Single page of notes on Skene</A>
George Skene of Rubislaw
Skene/george.rubislaw.html
<a href="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> Barbara Yates Gibbon </a>
Sir George Skene, Knt., Provost of Aberdeen
Skene/provost.html
<a href="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> Barbara Yates Gibbon </a> said he
 <A HREF="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> Barbara Yates Gibbon notes, 1872 </A>
List of surnames
surnames.html
<a href="Yeats/contents.html">Yeats</a>
Things to do - Gibbon
todo.gibbon.html
<li> <a href="Yeats/livingston.html"> Margaret Livingston death 1872 </a>
Single page of notes on Skene by Barbara Yates Gibbon
Yeats/barbara.notes.html
<A HREF="index.html">Yeats</A> -
The   descent of  Gibbon through  Yeats  
who married <A HREF="index.html">Alexander Yeats</A>
and had issue, <A HREF="index.html">Barbara Yeats</A>, 
Blaikie
Yeats/blaikie.html
<A HREF="index.html">Yeats</A> -
Contents
Yeats/contents.html
<A HREF="index.html">Yeats</A> -
<a href="index.html">Yeats of Aberdeen, Scotland</a><br><font color=green><i>Yeats/</i></font><p>
<a href="rotterdam.church.html">The Scots Church, Rotterdam</a><br><font color=green><i>Yeats/rotterdam.church.html</i></font><p>
<a href="barbara.notes.html">Single page of notes on Skene by Barbara Yates Gibbon</a><br><font color=green><i>Yeats/barbara.notes
<a href="livingston.html">Livingston</a><br><font color=green><i>Yeats/livingston.html</i></font><p>
<a href="blaikie.html">Blaikie</a><br><font color=green><i>Yeats/blaikie.html</i></font><p>
<a href="manson.html">Manson</a><br><font color=green><i>Yeats/manson.html</i></font><p>
<a href="smith.html">Smith</a><br><font color=green><i>Yeats/smith.html</i></font><p>
Yeats of Aberdeen, Scotland
Yeats/
<title> Yeats of Aberdeen, Scotland </title>
<A HREF="index.html">Yeats</A> -
<h1> Yeats of Aberdeen, Scotland </h1>
<li> <A HREF="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html"> <B>Single page of notes on Skene</B> </A>
Alexander Yeats and Elizabeth Leslie, 20 June 1748.<BR>
Alexander Yeats.
"Alexander Yeats" and his wife
<li> Barbara Yeats,<BR>
<li> Elizabeth Yeats,<BR>
<li> William Yeats, <br>
<li> Anna Yeats.
"Anna Yeats"
<li> 1 other child, Somerville <a href="../Yeats/barbara.notes.html">[Barbara Yates Gibbon]</a>.
Alexander Yeats and family moved to Rotterdam before 1765
  Barbara Yeats.<BR>
See <A HREF="../Gibbon/Bitmaps/barbara.yeats.full.jpg">other scan</A>.
Some notes on Yeats in
<A HREF="https://humphrysfamilytree.com/search.php?q=Yeats">"Yeats"</A>
use  "Yeats".
<li> <A HREF="../Gibbon/capt.robert.html">Barbara Yeats</A>
is  "Yeats" in death notice 1791, and on 
is  "Yeats" in <A HREF="../Gibbon/arthur.html#bible">family bible</A>  
<li> A "Miss Yeats" witnessed the baptism of <a href="../Gibbon/capt.robert.html"> Elizabeth Gibbon </a> 1770.
Livingston
Yeats/livingston.html
<A HREF="index.html">Yeats</A> -
Manson
Yeats/manson.html
<A HREF="index.html">Yeats</A> -
The Scots Church, Rotterdam
Yeats/rotterdam.church.html
<A HREF="index.html">Yeats</A> -
 <A HREF="index.html"><B>Alexander Yeats</B></A>
 <A HREF="index.html"><B>Barbara Yeats</B></A>
Smith
Yeats/smith.html
<A HREF="index.html">Yeats</A> -