Information Last Updated: 03 May 2009

Basic pedigree information for family Patriarchs is provided on this page. Please note that a pedigree does not include any marriage information, any death information, or any details on the wife. It is intended to allow a researcher to identify a family of interest. It is NOT intended to provide all of the information that is known for a particular family. Participation in the DNA Project is not a requirement for a listing on this page. Families participating in the DNA Project will have the associated Kit number listed with the ancestor of the participant. The hope is to eventually list all families on this page. Abbreviations used below include:

b = born
c = circa
d = died
m = married
m1 = first marriage
m2 = second marriage
r = resided

This page does not contain family members who are living or were born after 1901. Families are arranged alphabetically by the Patriarch's given name and then by Kit Number.


Melican Patriarchs appearing on this page:

Patriarch Branch Birth/Residence Date and Place Spouse Kit
Daniel MELICAN --- --- Honora HASSARD N/A
Denis MELICAN John MELICAN born before 1819 County Clare, Ireland Mary BUTLER 79465
Denis MELICAN Matthew MELICAN born 1808 Tulla, County Clare, Ireland Margaret O'DONOHOE 143729
John MELICAN --- resided 1825 Cloonwhite, County Clare, Ireland Catherine MUNGOVAN 110908
Michael MELICAN --- resided 1865 High Street, Lissycasey, County Clare, Ireland --- 111858
Mortimer MELICAN --- born 1827 and resided Toberaniddaun, County Clare, Ireland Mary LANDERS 131570



Note: John Melican may possibly be related to Martin Melican (c1807-1893) who resided in the nearby townland of Clonreddan in 1825, Dennis Melican who resided in Clonwhite in 1825, Mathias Melican (c1782-1858) who resided in the townland of Cahercannavan in 1826 and/or Denis Melican who resided in the townland of Shyan in 1826.


Note: Michael MELICAN may have had 7 sons (4 sons in addition to the 3 listed above). This family of MELICANs may have originated from Kilbaha on the west coast of County Clare. From there, they moved to Scattery Island and later moved to the Kilmihil area sometime between 1826 and 1865.