McGuire family documents on this site . . .

Michael McGuire and Mary Callan: From Ireland to New Jersey, by Thomas Rue, 1998.

Golden Wedding Anniversary of Michael McGuire and Mary Callan McGuire, photo with a list of 32 in attendance identified and three unidentified - Lambertville, New Jersey, July 20, 1904.

Cranberry Dish (photo) of Michael McGuire and Mary Callan McGuire.

Declaration for Original Invalid Pension, Pvt. Michael McGuire, Co. G, 8th Regt. N.J. Vols. - Flemington, New Jersey, February 14, 1888.

Information concerning Maguires, research report commissioned for the late Hon. John A. Flood DDS, then Chief Burgess of New Hope, Pennsylvania, in response to his request for information from church records in County Louth, Ireland, 1825 to 1888.

Abstracts from The Lambertville Press, 1860-1861; and 1895 New Jersey State Census, Hunterdon County.

Some stones in St. John's Cemetery, Lambertville, New Jersey.

Related External Links...

The Camp Matawoman Gazette, Newark's Civil War contribution to the Union. The History of the 8th New Jersey Civil War Regiment; with an account in the July 1999 issue of Pvt. Michael McGuire's activities and injuries at Hatcher's Run, Virginia in April, 1965. These links are to If this website is still active, please let me know.)

8th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry, history of original unit and re-eneactments.

Armagh Diocesan Registry Archive, Public Records Office of Northern Ireland.

Hunterdon County, New Jersey Genealogy Resources, A USGenWeb Site.

Hunterdon County Library, Flemington.

McGuire Family Website by Arlan McGuire

Jim's Irish Family Surnames, Maguire myth & history on Arlan McGuire's site (above)

Lambertville On-Line, Lambertville, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.

Liberty, Order & Law Under Native Irish Rule: Patrick & the Revision of the Ancient Irish Law, by Sophie Bryant.

The Maguire Clan

New Jersey in the Civil War, Rutgers University

County Louth Ireland Ireland Genealogical Project IGP

Updated 2-25-2006