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red mail Tracey
I'm looking for any information on the Tracey family. They moved to England and settled in Winlaton 1871 census. James Tracey married Anne Carr in 1871 both families came from Co Tyrone. James may have had a brother John.
red mail Pollock family
I am looking for information relating to the Pollock family from Strabane, Tyrone, Ireland. My great great grandfather was Joseph McRae Pollock, he had a brother William and both emigrated to the US in approximately 1865. I believe their father's name was Thomas Pollock. Any information about this family in Ireland would be appreciated.
red mail Gillespie Family Main Street Strabane
GGFather John Gillespie B. Co Down Circa 1827 was a Bookseller in Main Street Strabane died after 1901. Wife Mary Henry gave birth to John 1859- 1884 buried Camus. Hugh 1868 - 1911 and Charlie 1866 - 1920 both buried in Glasgow. I am trying to trace the two girls Ann Elizabeth b. 1857 and Emelia or Emily b. 1864 married names unknown. Any help appreciated
red mail Dunlop maybe Strabane
Dunlop, Robert m Mary Warrington (maybe) and had two sons we know of. One was Wilson who had a daughter Mary Ann who married Andrew Fullerton in Ireland before moving to Glasgow. His brother Samuel married for the second time to Agnes Fullerton, sister of the above Andrew and they lived in Glasgow. Both Dunlops were carters as were their sons. Any connection to any one?
red mail Fullerton/ Strabane Co. Tyrone
Seth Fullerton was a 'merchant' in Strabane. In 1768 he was ordering books of a religious nature, in 1775 he was a dissenter on behalf of the Presbyterians and he fathered a child called Robert who went to Glasgow in the 1850s with his wife and two children, Agnes and Andrew. Robert's father on his death certificate says 'Seth' so we are assuming it s the same one. Does anyone know anything about this family in Ireland?
red mail Ward, Strabane / Stragullen area
John Ward and his wife Mary nee.Murry lived in the Stragullen area of Strabane, Co. Tyrone. They had three children Ellen born 06 1864, John born 08 1867 and Robert (Bob) born 09 1871. Robert married Jane McCrossan and lived in the Strabane area. Ellen may have emigrated to the UK or US/Canada. Any information on John and Ellen would be most welcome.
red mail Denning/Frizzell
Monroe(Munro)Denning, Londonderry Journal - Jan 15, 1773, from London, watchmaker, has settled in Strabane. His Daughter Martha born ca 1788 in Strabane married Joseph Frizzell in Strabane ca 1807. They had 6 children, John ca 1811, Martha ca 1815, Joseph and James, Robert ca 1825 and William ca 1828. Children John, Robert and Martha immigrated to Australia in the 40's followed in 1880 (presumably after Joseph died) by Martha nee Denning and her youngest son William. Any information on the family would be much appreciated.
red mail Early Family History
My Grandmother was Elizabeth Ann Early b1933 (illegitimate) in Strabane to Eva Gorgina Early b1913. Eva's parents were Michael and Annie Early (nee McCallion). Eva's brothers and sisters were Patrick, William John, Hugh, Elizabeth Margaret, Robert, Joseph, Winifred May, Michael Enorch Colomba. Eva married Patrick Cummings and had more children. They lived in Limavady. Trying to trace the Early family line and would love to find out if my grandmother's father's name has been recorded anywhere!
red mail Ward McCrossan
Strabane area.Looking for details of Robert Ward born 23/09/1871, parents John and Mary (nee Murry) Ward.There was also a sister of Robert's, name unknown, believed to have emigrated to England or US/Canada. Married to Jane McCrossan from the Bearney/Evish area in 1895 and had two children Isabella and John.
JAMES ALEXANDER WARD
Trying to find Birth Place for: James Alexander WARD, born 1869 {- 5 years} Father's name was John WARD.Full name maybe John Joseph. James A. Ward's had a brother Robert Thomas Ward. James married a Mary Anne McCOOL : born 1872, Fintona, Omagh Civil District. Her mother's maiden name was Rose GALLAGHER. James Ward and Mary McCool married in 1891 at the Strabane Catholic Parish in Strabane, County Tyrone. 3 children: Annie ( Mary) , John James, James Alexander. Mary Anne McCool died Oct 10, 1900 in Derry. James remarried. Mary Jane DUGAN DUGGAN at St. Columba Church , Longtower, Derry. James A. Ward retired from the Army in 1918 and died in St. Johnston 1921 , buried in old cemetery at St. Johnston, County Donegal .

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