“”Made in New Zealand from Imported Ingredients: The Millar / Barrington Family” by Adrienne Puckey / Millar. ISBN 978-1-927329-01-6. NZD $25.00. Postage free within NZ. Overseas postage charged at cost.
72 pages plus covers, printed in colour throughout. Includes family charts, photographs & maps. A4 format, staple bound.
Like many an immigrant family, when Joan Barrington and Harry Millar married, they brought together family origins from several groups – in their case, the Millar line, entirely from Northern Ireland, deriving from the Ulster Plantation; the Barringtons from the English Midland’s industrial hub; the convicts transported from England to Australia in the late 1700s and early 1800s; and finally one couple from old Ireland. The Millar line of the family and the Collins part of the Barrington family have their roots in Ireland and are part of these stories of Ireland’s history. Rose Collins’ mother was a Dunleavy, a Catholic from Donegal; and all families in the Millar line originated in the Protestant plantations/resettlement of Ulster/Northern Ireland. But in New Zealand the religious strife of their home country could be put behind.
The Ulster Plantation
Millar / Collins of Armagh and Antrim
McFarlane of Down
Montgomery / McClintock / Allingham / Kilpatrick of Donegal
Kennedy of Down
MILLAR / BARRINGTON ANCESTOR CHART
ENGLAND’S INDUSTRIAL NORTH
Barrington / Jay of Birmingham
Beeley / Shenton of Derby and Stafford
AUSTRALIA’S ROYAL FAMILIES – THE CONVICTS
The Bradley/Barnes/Berringer Branch
The Collins Branch
First to Third Fleets
TO THE END OF THE EARTH – THE NEW ZEALAND MIGRATION