Welcome to Heaney History! This website is dedicated to the family history of William Arthur Heaney and Julia Frances McCaffery Heaney of Greenport, NY.

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Heaney Family Tree
This is a package called webtrees that has much of the research performed by James Hugh Heaney. If this is your first visit, please register a username and password for future visits. This is a work in progress and therefore requires continuous updating and editing. Please take a moment to review the information for you and your family members to validate its accuracy. If you see any inaccuracies, please email me ed@ejab.us






Heaney Family Pictures
These are various collections of photos from different family members. Just click on the link above and then click Login (upper right corner) using visitor for the username and password.

Growing Up A Heaney
In August 2019, Bernie and Jack Heaney met to discuss and share their remembrances of "Growing Up A Heaney".

8mm Videos
This is a collection of 8mm videos shot by Pete and Julia Bondarchuk back in the 1950-1960's. The quality is not the best and there is no audio. But, there are many scenes with the Heaney family.

Heaneys in Offaly/Laois Counties
This is a document that discusses Heaney families in Offaly and Laois Counties. During the 2002 visit with Paddy Heaney, Jim and Jack Heaney took a driving tour of the local area. Paddy stopped at several points to tell stories of local history which often included the Heaney family. This is a pdf file which chronicles the tour and the potential connection of Jim and Jack's ancestors to the area.

Paddy Heaney Video

In 2002, James and Jack Heaney visited with Paddy Heaney in Cadamstown, Ireland. Paddy is a local historian in Offaly County and is the author of the book "At the Foot of Slieve Bloom - History and Folklore of Cadamstown".  Videos of the meeting with Paddy, James and Jack are available below. Click on the links above to view the videos.

McCaffery Website Archive
Michael R. McCaffery published a website with his research on the McCaffery family. The website has been gone for many years, but I saved a copy of the pages. They are available for download as three PDF files by clicking the link above.