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County Tyrone, Tir Eoghain, TYR, County, (Province of Ulster, Ulaidh)
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red mail William John Gardiner
My Great Grandfather, apparently said that he came from Fintona, County Tyrone, Ireland. From his death certificate he would have been born about 1861/2 he would have come to Australia in about 1877, he married my Great Grandmother Agnes Ada CUNDY in Muswellbrook in 1888. I have been unable to find him arriving in Australia, or being born in Fintona. He says his parents are William John Gardiner, school teacher and Margaret Young. I have seen the tree that says he had a half brother George Coulter/Gardiner, this is news to our family and from the trees I have seen, Margaret went on to have 3 children with him for years after he died. So I am not sure I can accept this theory. Any other thoughts out there.
WICKS BUTLER
I am searching for the families of James Wicks, born about 1816 and his wife Julia Butler born about 1826, both of Tyrone. James was in the US by 1840 where they married in Iowa in 1849. Their children were William, James, Henry, George, Francis, Joseph, Margaret, and Nathaniel.
red mail McElmee in County Tyrone
Frank and Maisy McElmee, believed to be from County Tyrone. Living in Massachusetts, USA by 1862 (birth of daughter Katherine Agnes). McElmee seems to be a fairly rare name and very few records exist of anyone by that name.
red mail McKernan from Tyrone
My ancestor was James McKernan born in County Tyrone on 18 April 1828. He came to Philadelphia PA, USA in 1851. He had a brother John who also came to Philadelphia. It is likely he had other siblings. I beleive his parents were John and Mary. He died in Philadelphia in 1904. Thank you, Michael
red mail Quinn family, Consett
Looking for information on William Quinn born c1842 moved to Consett where he died in 1910
red mail Wasson info search
Searching for parents of David Newton WASSON, born in 1776 in Ardstraw, Tyrone, Ireland.
red mail BROWNS from County Tyrone
Searching for any connections to the following persons. 1. Margaret Brown from County Tyrone born c 1799. Married a Robert Mclarnon. 2. Robert Brown, wife Eliza and two children from Darringah??? near Dungannon, County of Tyrone.Might be Derraghadoan. Sponsored to NZ in 1959. 3. Robert Brown (39) ,his wife Elaby (Wade) (24) in 1849. Possible marriage 12 Oct 1847 Tullanisken, Tyrone. 4. Peter Brown (37) his wife Elizabeth (36) children James (16) William (14) Thomas (12) John (10) Margaret (6) Ages all in 1849. Robert & Peter Brown from the Parish of Drumglass, near Dungannon, County Tyrone. Any help mostly appreciated.
red mail Donnelly, James b. May 12, 1819
Donnelly, James E. b. May 12, 1819 in Dunbiggin? County Tyrone, D. at Brockton, MA, USA, Jul 21, 1891. Was married to Anne ONeill b, Cushendall, County Antrim Apr 5, 1814, d. Jun 9, 1896 at Brockton, MA.Donnelly, David H. b. Aug 13, 1830 in Dunbiggen? County Tyrone, d. Jun 11, 1915 in Brockton, MA, USA. Was married to Margaret Mahoney, b. Jul 15, 1835 in Halifax, NS, Canada, d. Jul 18, 1905 at Brockton, MA, USA.
McLoughlin (McLaughlin) and Carlisle
Am seeking information on a Hugh McLoughlin from Tyrone who married Martha Carlisle in 1896.
red mail Campbell -Finlay Family
I am looking for any Irish relative of Francis Campbell born 1837 in Cookstown Tyrone who's father Edward died 1861 possibly in Dungannon Ireland.Francis was in Consett, Co.Durham England in 1861 and lodged with Patrick O Neil and his family and married Mary Finlay in 1864 she was also Irish,her father was John Finlay.I would like to trace if they had any brothers or sisters. Regards,Tony.

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