John Carr. Early Times in Middle Tennessee. (Nashville, 1857, reprinted         1958).

Jay Guy Cisco. Historic Sumner County, Tennessee (Nashville, 1909).

W. Woodford Clayton. History of Davidson County, Tennessee, with         Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men and         Pioneers  (Philadelphia, 1880.)

Draper Manuscripts. The Collection of Lyman C. Draper, State Historical         Society of Wisconsin, Madison, Microfilm, Tennessee State Library and         Archives.

Walter T. Durham. Old Sumner: A History of Sumner County from 1805-1861         (Gallatin, 1972).

E. Estyn Evans.The Personality of Ireland (Cambridge, 1973).

Weston A. Goodspeed, ed. History of Tennessee (Nashville, 1887).

William Hall. Early History of the Southwest(South-western monthly, 1852 ;         reprint Gallatin, 1968)

Peirce R. Lewis, "Axioms for Reading the Landscape", in D. W. Meinig, ed.      The Interpretation of Ordinary Landscapes, Geographical Essays           (New York, 1979).

Dr. Phil Mowat, "Rogans of Glentown, Urney" in Daniel McMenamin,ed.,      Urney: History/People/Place (Donegal, 2011).

Tom Stritch. The Catholic Church in Tennessee: The Sesquicentennial Story         (Nashville, 1987).

For a more complete list of citations, see Caneta Skelley Hankins "Hugh Rogan of Counties Donegal and Sumner: Irish Acculturation in Frontier Tennessee" in Carroll Van West, ed., Tennessee History, The Land, The People, The Culture (Knoxville, 1998). Also, a similar article and citations may be found in an article, also by Hankins, entitled "Hugh Rogan: His Influence in Tennessee" in Donegal Annual(Donegal, 2001).

This content of this web site, along with the article by Dr. Phil Mowat (see above), provides the most current research on the Rogan family on both sides of the Atlantic. This web site will be updated as more information is located and analyzed.