Starting in 2019, the Nolan Clan (aka Clan O Nolan) began using a new format for the delivery of its newsletter, namely the Email Newsletter format of the Mailchimp maillist service, a format which is easily viewable on most modern-day personal communication devices from hand-held phones to desktop computers. You can view the Archive of the latest Clan newsletters on the Mailchimp server by clicking on the preceding link. You can also subscribe to the Clan’s Newsletter Email list by clicking here.
Older issues of the Clan newsletter for 2018 and earlier are available online (in PDF format in the Archives section of this website. You can view the older issues of the Clan Newsletter by clicking here.
Dear friends of the Nolan Clan,
This year has been a busy year for our clan culminating in a successful Gathering in Carlow of many Nolans from within Ireland and abroad. We would like to thank those who contributed to the Gathering’s success and look forward to many more of you joining us at our next Gathering in 2019.
On behalf of myself, as the new Chief of the Clan, and all of the Clan Committee Members, I would like to wish all Nolan’s, Nowlan’s etc throughout the world a very Happy Christmas and Peaceful New Year.
Catherina (Nolan) O’Brien
An update on plans for the 2019 Gathering will be provided in the next Clan Newsletter (March 2018)
For anyone interested in obtaining a copy of the first Nolan book I am happy to report that Print-On-Demand copies of the first Nolan Book entitled “O Nolan – the History of a People” by Art Kavavanagh and Fr John Nolan are available via Amazon.com. Just enter “”O Nolan – the History of a People” in the search field.
Nolan Clan Newsletter Editor
& NolanFamilies.org Webmaster
The March 2015 issue of the Nolan Clan Newsletter has a fine introductory article on the use of DNA testing in supporting genealogical research, written by Ken Nowlan, a certified genealogist.
NOTE: At the time of the writing of the article Ken Nowlan was the administrator for the Nolan Y-DNA Project. In 2018, Zak Jones became the new administrator. Roger Nowlan, webmaster