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red mail Craig & Nicholl connection
At three of my Craig marriages in 1860-1880, Nicholls were witnesses. Ann Craig's witness was Mary Nicholl, Robert Craig was John Nicholl, and Jane Craig was James Nicholl. All these marriages were at 1st Presbyterian Ahoghill. Does any one know of a connection? These Craigs lived in the Carmagrim area. Thank you.
red mail brownlee & anderson
iam seeking information of my grandparent family if any one knows my grandfather was archibald brownlee born 1872 his father was alexander brownlee mother nancy clark my grandmother martha ann matilda anderson born 1888 father david anderson mother margaret jane McGee i think she had a brother david & sister mary could anyone help please
red mail fleming
any flemings, my husbands fathers family came from this place but dont know when. his name nathaniel, brothers john, nathaniel, sisters mary , sarah, ?? contact Eion
red mail Murdock
Needing any information or connections on my ggrandfather, Andrew Murdock, born Abt 1860 in Ballymena. He moved to Lanark, Scotland and married Sara McCullock. They had four children: Annie, William, Agnes and Thomas. I would enjoy making a connection; and will share what I have. Ron, Utah. Thanks
red mail Mitchell, Logan - Ballymena
This is my maternal g/father and he was as helpful as the other one! namely showed place of birth on 1901 census as Co Antrim. Married 05/05/1888 age 21yrs - Bachelor - Shoemaker- Res. at marriage MAGHERAFELT - father, ROBERT Mitchell - Rnk or profession, Night Watch. To AGNES LOGAN age 20yrs - spinster - not employed - Res. at marriage CARNINNY (Nr. Ballymena) father, ROBERT LOGAN - Farmer. Her mothers name was Annie Ross. Witnesses - Robert Wiseman & Sarah Ritchie. Marriage at Ballymena in the Parish of Kirkinriola. Wellington St. Presbyterian Church, Ballymena. I have his DOB as 23/04/1867 (trying to recall where I obtained the exact date - possibly from my cousin in Australia.) His signature was Joseph A Mitchell, I have been told by the family 'A' was for ANDERSON. He was a SHOEMAKER and later managed a number of TYLER's SHOE SHOPS - in Ballymena, Coleraine & North Street, Belfast. He then opened his own shoe shop at 317, Ormeau Rd., Belfast. This business failed in the slump in the 1920's & he died 10/07/1928 & is buried in Dundonald Cemetary, Belfast. There were 12 children by the marriage. Cannot trace his birth being registered in LDS records. Born Co Antrim, living in Magherafelt, Co. Londonderry, at time of Marriage. Married in Ballymena , Co. Antrim and lived there from he was married in 1888. The family remained in Ballymena (at 3 different addresses) where first 4 children were born then they moved to Coleraine, where my mother was born on 20/07/1896. The next child was born in 1898 at a Belfast address. I understand the family remained in Belfast until he died in 1928. Any suggestions as to how I can try to trace where he was born would be appreciated.
red mail Andersons of Broughshane
My gg grandfather was Adam Anderson (b1813) from Broughshane. The Andersons arrived in Broughshane in the 1690s.
red mail Annie Florence Davidson
Does anyone have any knowledge of Annie Florence Davidson, originally from Ballymena. Probably left for England before or during WW 2. Gave birth to a child in 1945, and subsequently gave it up for adoption.
red mail Sarah Crawford in Bellayeme area
I am looking for information on Sarah Crawford'. I have been told that my grt x's 4 grandmother, b btw 1758- 1770? came from Ballayeme, Ireland. She married ? McCollum. Sarah her husband and at least 2 children, left Ireland for America in the later part of thr 1700's. Sarah's husband died on the voyage and was buried at sea. On the same voyage was a man named Richard Sondley (Sundlay and etc) It is reported that the boat landed in Charleston, SC. Sarah (Crawford) McCollum and Richard Sondley later married. There is a survey record,that Richard Sondley had done in 1793, for land in Newberry County South Carrolina.. How do I find out records on Sarah Crawford?? Any information on the above would be greatly appreciated
red mail Moore/ McMeechan/ Graham
I am researching the Irish branch of my family tree, and wonder if anyone can help. My Great great grandfather is Archibal Moore who I believe was born in Ireland in 1860. His father was James Moore and mother was Margaret Moore (McMeechan). Archibald married Annie Graham from Ballymena, and they moved to Scotland (in 1880). They has a son Thomas in Glasgow in 1883. Any help appreciated
red mail marriage in Ballymena.
Could someone give me some guidance? I have my g,grandparent's marriage as"Ballymena,13th July 1883" on my grandmother's birth certificate.I also have reason to believe that one of my g.grandparents was from Culleybackey, but I am not sure which one.My grandmother was born in Scotland, where her parents had moved after marrying.Where would I find out a "where" in Ballymena? Any ideas greatly accepted. Gail. FOOTNOTE I have since traced Margaret and David's marriage. Margaret lived in Craigs, and David lived in Dromore ,Rasharkin. Have still to work out where this area was. Gail.
red mail Mcdowell Ballymena 1910
i am looking for any information on my grandmother and her relations still in ballymena she was Meta McDowell married James Irvine around 1920s - 30s died 1979 had 3 children Margaret, Victor and Mary (my mother) if any one knows and thing please reply Thanks Jane
red mail Help needed please
Hi can anyone help I am trying to trace the Clarke family from Co Antrim as far as I know the family consisted of Winifred Clarke born May 1925 and married Archibald Sillitoe at St Patricks Churchin the registry district of kirkinriola in the diocese of Connor, Thomas Clarke born August 1927, Ruby Clarke who married Norman Bowyer and had 3 children called Tina,Jennifer, and Norman. Annie Clarke was another child she married Cecil Mcvay and had Dennis, Trevor,Wesley and Ann. Then there was David Clarke who married Mia and had Martin,Yvonne and Ronald and finally Masie Clark who married Jack carson and had Moira and James. I do not know any other dates of birth except for Thomas and Winifred .There father was John Clarke a factory worker in Balleymena in 1944 they lived at 19 Alexander Street Balleymena and in 1947 they lived at 26 Alexander Street . Their mother was Rebecca Mcneill Any help on this would be greatly appreciated as I am unable to travel to Ireland to search the records.
Looking for info on Agnes CARSON who lived in Ballymena,died 1881. She may have had two brothers- Robert and William. William was my gggrandfather. Both emigrated to Wellington, Ontario, Canada. William CARSON married Isabella HUNTER. Agnes is buried in the Connor old churchyard. Any info welcome.
red mail Stewart -1675
Alexander Stewart b.1675-Ballymena; d. 1742 - Connecticut. Departed Ireland 1719 with wife - Margaret Dixon and 6 children (arrived in USA with 7) Member of COI Kirkinriola, Ballymena.
red mail McKays and McElroys of Ballymena
James McKay married Sarah McElroy about 1832 in Ballymena and had two sons there before coming to the US (Mercer County, Pennsylvania) in about 1834. Looking for any McKay McElroy/McIlroys still living in the area.
red mail Looking for William Orr descendants
This is the Wm. ORR famous for the phrase "Remember ORR" from the 1798 Rebellion, who was a year in Carrickfergus Gaol & hung without true witnesses in Oct. 1797. I am looking 1st for his date of birth, 2nd for the name of his brother, who tried to save him by forging a confession in a desperate effort to get his release. 3rd- am looking for any of his descendants. He was said to be of Farranshane, Co. Antrim & buried in Templepatrick cemetary. I don't know whether I'm a direct descendant or just share the last name. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Andersons of Broughshane
I am seeking information on the Andersons who are thought to have arrived in Broughshane in the mid 1700s. They were members of 1st Broughshane Prebyterian Church. Common family names were James, John, Robert, Thomas, William, Adam
red mail Boyd's in Ballymena
I am searching for information on the parents of James Boyd, born in Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland in 1836. (Died 1836 in Joliet, Illinois. Married Margaret E. Young of N.Y.) He immigrated to the United States as a very young man. He was a Protestant. If there is anyone who might be able to assist me with finding information about who James' parents might be, etc...please e-mail me directly. Thanks so much!!!
red mail Jeanie Mitchell
Hi i am looking for any info on jeanie mitchell, or her siblings, who i believe are mabel and a reverand? 1890 -1898 dob's, living in balleymena antrim. I know that jeanie moved to dorset and married a frederick walthew, and they had 2 children that i know of - peggy and michael. Any extra info would be great - thank you
red mail Hugh Stevely-Sarah Campell
Iam looking for any info on Hugh Stevely-Sarah Campell from Ballymena there Son was James Stevely born 1813 married one Mary Law Ballymena Co Antrim any info would be a great help. Cheers Hugh.
Am searching for the Irish family of Benjamin Witherhead. He was born in 1785 in Antrim, Ballymena, Glenwherry, died in 1856 in Oswegatchie, St Lawrence County, New York. Married Mary Elizabeth Milliken (b.1795,d.1867)and they had 5 children in Ireland (John, Sarah, Mary Ann, Margaret and Elizabeth) before leaving for the USA about 1818. They settled in Oswegatchie (current day Ogdensburg) NY and farmed. They are buried in the Stone Church Cemetery in Oswegatchie. They brought with them from Ireland an introductory letter from the Scottish Presbyterian Church with also included the following names:Alex Ferguson, James Gilmour, Alexander Jamieson, Arthur Gilmour, Daniel Robinson, James Russell, Alex Bois, Arthur Gilmour (Jr), Andrew Percy, Mary Ferguson, Betsy Gilmour, Christiana Jamieson, Janet Gilmour, Jennet Haggart, Anna Russell, XXX Bois, Mary Witherhead, and Agnes Gilmour. He is believed to have had at least one brother who remained in Ireland (since one of the brother's sons (Samuel)later immigrated and married one of Benjamin's daughters - Jane) Any help would be appreciated
red mail Craig & Nickell (Nickle) families
Hello, I'm searching for my ancestors in Northern Ireland, but I do not have much to go on. However, I do know of the strong connection of the two families Craig and Nickell (Nickle)--sometimes Nickles. It is my understanding that Nickell (Nickle) and Craig are common in North Antrim especially around the town of Ballymena. This connection, I believe, may be a key to finding, particularly, my Craigs in Ulster. "Across the pond" in America my ancestors arrived sometime in the early 18th century. My William Craig married Elizabeth Nickell. Their son, Robert Craig, born 1781, also married an Elizabeth Nickell. This Elizabeth was a niece of William's wife. William Craig's father-in-law was Isaac Nickell. Isaac's father was John Nickell of Northern Ireland. Thank you very much for your time and patience.
red mail Sarah May
My great grandmother Sarah May was from Ballymena. Born 1850's. Married Hugh Mabin 1870's. Her father's name was Thomas May, born 1830's. They went to Scotland in the late 1870's. Children were Harry 1880, Sarah 1885, Martha 1890 (my grandmother), Thomas 1892, Hugh 1894. Hugh Mabin had two brothers, Thomas and William. Both were farmers in Ireland.
red mail ballymena
Looking for ggrandparents John Hamilton b.c. 1831 Ballymena, Antrim and ggrandmother Jane Cook b. Ireland. They m. 1858 in Erin, Wellington County, Ontario. Bess
red mail Jane Holden
Rothkenny is actually Rathkenny, RATHKENNY is a parish, 4 miles north-west of Slane, and formerly in the barony of Lower Navan, but now in that of Upper Slane, county Meath, Leinster. Length, southward, 3¾ miles; extreme breadth, 2¼; area, 5,496 acres, 10 perches. Pop., in 1831, 1995; in 1841, 2177. Houses 395. The surface consists of good land; and is traversed by the road from Navan to Drumcondra, and by that from Slane to Nobber. The chief seats are Rathkenny-house in the north, and Mullagha-house in the south; and the principal hamlets are Rathkenny, Windy-harbour, and Mullaghmore,__This parish is a vicarage, and a separate benefice, in the dio. of Meath. Vicarial tithe composition and gross income, £191 16s 3¾d. nett, £175 8s 4¾d, Patron, Thos. Hussey,Esq. The incumbent holds also the perpetual curacy of Balleymakenny, in the diocese of Armagh; and is the non-resident of Rathkenny. A curate receives a salary of £69 4s. 7½d. The rectorial tithes are compounded for £193 2s. 1½d., and are impropriate in Andrew Caldwell, Esq. The church is situated in the village of Rathkenny, but it is of unknown date of erection. Sittings 80; attendance, from 6 to 20. The Roman Catholic chapel has an attendance of from 1200 to 1500; and in the Roman Catholic parochial arrangement, is united to the chapels of Slane and Stackallen. In 1834, the Protestants amounted to 48, and the Roman Catholics to 2030; and a hedge-school had on its books 39 boys and 23 girls. In 1843, a boys' school and a girls school at Rathkenny were salaried with £15 and £9 6s. 8d. from the National Board, and had on their books 132 boys and 137 girls. Extracted from "The Parliamentary Gazetteer of Ireland 1844" relating to the census of 1841. Submitted by Neil, New Zealand 10/01/2005
red mail Armstrong/Reid/McCoy
I am searching for information about James ARMSTRONG b. 1840, son of Samuel Armstrong and Jane (Jenny) REID. James was born in Ballymena but married Anna B. McCOY "of Belfast" in Belfast sometime in the late 1850s or early 1860s. The Armstrong family was from Ballykeel townland and births and marriages were registered in First Presbyterian at Ballymena. After about 1850 there doesn't seem to be any evidence of them in Ballymena and I am wondering if they may all (or most of them) have gone to Belfast to find work. James Armstrong and Anna B. (maybe Annabelle)McCoy Armstrong came to the USA in 1865. My grandfather, their son, William C. Armstrong was born in Belfast in 1863. He may have had an older sister, Eliza Jane, born a few years earlier. I'm hoping to find information about this family. Thanks, Marilyn in New Hampshire USA
red mail David Thompson
I'm working on the early stages of my family tree from here in Australia. My great grandfather was David Thompson believed to be born in Ballymena Antrim either in 1845 or between 1845 and 1847. He would have left for Australia before 1886 and probably settled in Queensland - any information or clues would be gratefully accepted by the clueless.
red mail McMeekin - Ballymena pre-1865
Looking for information or relatives of Thomas McMEEKIN, believed to be a weaver, from Ballymena. He had a son named Alexander (1834) but may also have had other children. Alexander married Martha MILLER in 1857 and emigrated to Western Australia in1863. Alexander was a pensioner guard on the Scindian, a convict ship. (N.B. The family was listed as McMEEKHUM on the passenger list.) They had 7 children: Elizabeth (1857), James (1860), Agnes (1864), Margaret (1868), Robert Alexander (1873), Thomas (1876) and Isabella (1878).
red mail William Reid Smyth
Looking for information on the family of William Reid Smyth. Born around 1880-1885. Married a Hannah Finch. Emigrated to Australia and lived at Blackbutt, Qld in 1910. Later moved to Brisbane, Qld around 1918.
red mail Jane Holden
Unfortunately little is known about Jane Holden, although hearsay states she was born at Rothkenny (is there such a place, or was it the name of a house or farm?) 14 October 1832, Ballymena, County Antrim. Assume she was of Anglo-Irish extraction asfamily history (unproven) states she was related to Hannah More of 'bluestocking' fame. She obviously migrates with her family to southern New Zealand, marrying Paul Augustus Fredric in Dunedin on 4 October 1864, leaving five children of their own and adopting two others. Jane dies in Stratford (Taranaki) 18 February 1917. Seeking any assistance as to possible family, and whether Rothkenny was/is an actual place.

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