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red mail John Black Letterkenny to Pennsylvania
Am looking for info on my ancestor John Black, father of Robert, (and his forebears) who emigrated from Donegal to Pennsylvania about 1700. Believe he was a minister and had a wife Jane.
red mail brannack and mcteague families
I am trying to trace my family tree and my grandfathers father Edward brannack was married to sarah mcteague on 15 july 1900 in letterkenny and then moved to Clydebank for work. sarah died in 1911 and the two boys (Daniel and hugh) were placed with a family in castle douglas when there mum was ill and when she died Edward travelled back to Ireland himself as far as we know but every search has no record of him
red mail Rev. John Robert Black
I am looking for any information on Rev. John Robert Black born 1680 and married Jane/Jean Or born 1682. They had at least 5 sons, my decendent being Robert born 1700 married to Ann ? born 1702. He was with the Diocese of Raphoe in Letterkenny, Donegal, Ireland in the late 1600's.
red mail Gattens or Callaghan
Looking for family of Peter Callaghan who was a shoemaker born in Donegal in 1815. Also Constantine Gittens born in Donegal around 1816.
red mail Canney, various spellings
I am trying to trace Canney families - possibly Letterkenny and Derry areas. John born about 1820 and came to Greenock with wife Margaret and children Samuel b 1842, Mary b 1844, Wm b 1846, John b 1849 Londonderry d 1855 Greenock, and possibly others. Any help much appreciated.
red mail McDade
my grandfather John born around 1854? in we beleive Letterkenny. He went to Scotland became a policeman married Catherine McCafferty. He had brothers, two of whom travelled to America Joseph and Patric
red mail McAuley
I am searching for any information about Sarah McAuley born Letterkenny sometime between 1889 and 1895 to parents David McAuley and Jane Williams. She married in Edinburgh in 1917 to William Spencer and later settled in Tamworth. I am particularly interested as to how she came to be in Scotland. Did her parents come too or did they remain in Letterkenny?
red mail William Differ
I am researching my husbands family tree who originated from Letterkenny in Donegal. We believe that William Differs two sons Patrick and Daniel came to live in Airdrie in Scotland where they married and worked as coalminers eventually settling in Twechar Row Kirkintilloch. We believe that they were born in 1830 and 1833. This is all the information we have prior to their marriages and would be grateful for any info. We also belive that they were travelling folk hence maybe why the lack of information.
I'm looking for any info on Philip STRAIN,born c1871,Letterkenny (I think !!!).He joined the Royal Marines and firstly married Matilda Ann DOWN (c1867 - 1910,born Lifton,Devon) in East Stonehouse,Devon in 1904 then married Lilian Sangwin AYLMORE(b c1879,Stoke Damerel,Devon).
bogle family
I am searching for ellen and edith bogle who left Ireland circa 1913 to come to australia I have found an entry in shipping records of miss e bogle aged 16yrs and miss a aged15 arrived in aust june 1913 on the manakini from london ellen bogle was my mother in law but apart from her place of birth and the fact she either came with an older brother or he was allready in aust we have no more info I may well be on the wrong track here if someone out there can put me on track would be much appreciated
red mail John McLaughlin X Grace Doherty Trimragh
John Mclaughlin B 1861 Married Grace Doherty b 1855 Both probably moved from Glendoen Gartan. Emigrated to Bothwell Uddingston Scotland around 1882 until 1893 then left for Philadelphia Via New York on SS Anchoria. Lived in West Philadelphia, both sides of Family emigrated same year and became Cement Masons, both Mclaughlin Bros and Doherty's lived in West Philadelphia. Both Families Found in 1891 Scotland Census living in Bothwell.
red mail mcfadden/murney
looking for any info on surnames mentioned. my grandmother was roseann mcfadden married to james murney. lived in johnstone scotland had 11 children one of whom is my father bernard murney. my grandmother roseann was known to visit relations in letterkenny . she died 1972 . any info would be very helpful.
red mail William Thompson
I am looking for information on a William Thompson who immegrated from Letterkenny, Ireland to the United States in the 1800's. He married Rosanna (Annie) Graham, who was also from Ireland though I don't know from where and I don't know whether they married before or after arriving in the USA. If anyone has any information on this family, I would love to learn more. Thanks.
red mail Peoples family
Searching for Irish relatives of my grandfather born in Letterkenny, County Donegal, Charles Peoples, in approximately 1891 and then came to America in 1909. His other siblings possible first names were Maggie, Mary Anne, Alexander, Sarah. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Sweeney connections
I'm looking for my GGranda James Sweeney. Born Letterykenny circa 1875. His mother sent to Australia as a young woman left baby with her parents. Grandparents Hugh and Mary(nee Lyon)Sweeney brought him up. He left for Glasgow circa 1895. Any information greatly appreciated marily
red mail Russell Family
Searching for information on Joseph James Russell and his family. His father was James Russell and his mother Rebecca Burns. He emigrated to Canada around April 1912. I think he was born in Letterkenny, but may have been born in Londonderry. He spent time in both places. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Siblings are thought to include Margaret, Violet, Phyllis, Nancy, Jim, Maurice, Sam, William, John, and David
red mail John McBride b1878
I am looking for family of my Great grandfather John McBride who was born in Letterkenny, Donegal 1878. He was in the army 1896 until his death in 1915. Parents were John McBride and Winifred. He also had several younger siblings but I don't have any info. regarding older siblings. I would also like to know about any other family members who may have stayed behind in Donegal or possibly moved to Glasgow.
red mail Letterkenny McIlwain
Looking relatives of Samuel McIlwain son of Samuel and Agnes Floyd bn 1810. He left Donegal for Ayr in the 1830s.
red mail Rose Anne McLaughlin
Looking for information on the McLaughlin family of Letterkenny, Donegal Ireland. Rose Anne born c 1832 to parents Williams McLaughlin who was a dairy farmer and his wife Anne (nee Sheils). Rose was orphaned during the Irish potato famine and was sent to Australia.
Elizabeth McCafferty
Looking for information on Elizabeth McCafferty born around 1877 daughter of John McCafferty. She was the widow of ? Thompson, and was living in Lisnennan Letterkenny when she re married Samuel Kennedy who was born around 1867, widower (previously married to Elizabeth McCafferty's sister). Samuel Kennedy, son of William Kennedy, was residing in Anticlave Castlerock Londenderry at the time of his marriage to Elizabeth McCafferty on 26 July 1900 in Letterkenny County Donegal. I would like to know Elizabeth McCafferty's sister's name (Samuel Kennedy's first wife). I would like to know Elizabeth McCafferty's mothers name. I would like to know Samuel Kennedy's mother's name
red mail Moy
Seeking information on Patrick Moy, b. about 1804 near Letterkenny. Preliminary research shows a possibility that his father was James Moy, mother Mary McCahill. Would like to hear from anyone researching this line.
red mail Moore
Bernard or Francis Moore, married to Catherine Gallagher. I am looking for other descendants of this couple from Letterkenny or surrounding towns. I believe they were RC, and had a daughter, my GG Grandmother, Catherine Moore, born about 1849, Letterkenny. Catherine Moore married Joseph Maddock in Melbourne, Australia. Joseph Maddock was also from Letterkenny. Catherine stated on her marriage certificate that her father was Bernard Moore (her death certificate stated Francis).
red mail Laird - Carrygawley
John Laird was born about 1795 and lived on a farm in Carrygawley which lies just outside the Parish of Conwal in the Parish of Leck. Carrygawley was less than a mile from what today is the town of Letterkenny in the county of Donegal in the Republic of Ireland. John is believed to have married a Moore and had 3 daughterÂ’s Lucinda (b ~1826), Ann (b 1831) and Matilda (b~1837). His holdings were a house, outbuildings, 68 acres of farm land and a flax mill which he rented from Joseph Pratt. John Laird also owned two small houses which he rented to a Richard Taylor and a James Breslan probably workers in his flax mill. John Laird died Monday 26th December 1864 aged 69 years. All attended the Letterkenny Presbyterian Church
red mail searching my history
I am searching my family roots, i believe my great grandfather HUGH MCDEVITT came from letterkenny or near the surrounding areas. He could possibly have been born in 1889 or around then and he also moved to Scotland but im not sure when.
red mail Shelton
Searching for links to Ernest Buchanon Shelton born 1899 in Ireland. Mother's name Mary. Emigrated to Canada 1903. Brother's name Sweeney. Thought to be born in Letterkenny. Footman in ww1. Hudson's Bay pilot afterward. Jenette
red mail Andersons of Letterkenny
Seeking any info on parents of Jane (born 1805), Alexander and Fitzgerald Anderson, born Letterkenny, Donegal. All three siblings emigrated to Province of Quebec before 1825. Their mother was "Lady Fitzgerald" and their father may be James Anderson.
red mail Cassidy - Letterkenny
I am looking for any information on Daniel J. Cassidy Sr., born October 11, 1852 in Letterkenny, Ireland. He married Susan Agnes Langan, also of Letterkenny, Ireland, in 1875. They moved to Southport, Enlgand after 1877 and then immigrated to the USA in October of 1881. They landed in Baltimore and moved to Cleveland, New Mexico. After Susan's death, Daniel married Sarah Jane McCloskey of Philadelphia, PA. Daniel died 1927 in Cleveland, New Mexico. I do not know his parents names or sibling info. I do know he had rental property in Creeve Smith in the 1920's. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
red mail Mortland
I'm trying to find the history of the Mortland family who lived around Letterkenny, County Donegal. My Grandmother, Emily Mortland was born there on the 25 May 1874 and arrived in Christchurch New Zealand when she was 3 years old. Any Irish histroy about the Mortlands would be very interesting.
red mail Culbert
My immigrant ancestor, Moses Culbert (1804-1860), left Londonderry, Ireland in May 1828 on the Bark Asia, arriving in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was clearly listed as Moses Cuthbert on the ship passenger list, but was always known as a Culbert in the U.S.A. In his citizenship papers he declared he was born in Letterkenny town, but I have never found a Culbert or Cuthbert there. I am researching the Culbert surname worldwide in the hopes of making linkages between Culbert families.
red mail Blairs of Letterkenny
Trying to find information on James and Martha Blair,. Their children were Harriet, Adelaide, Minnie, Hubert, Jessie and Arthur. Harriet, Adelaide and Hubert were all baptised at Third Letterkenny Presbytarian by Rev Oliver Leitch, can anyone help
red mail MacDermot family Letterkenny
I am looking for any information about my grandmother, Rosina MacDermot who lived in Letterkenny before she moved to London.She was born C1900.
looking for relatives of patrick coyle born rosguill (old name for mevagh) in 1861 to edward coyle (a farmer) and mary mcfadden. can someone help please
red mail Fleming Robert Samuel
Trying to trace my grandfathers details. He was born on 18th October 1873 in Ramelton (near Letterkenny I think)
Anyone have info on the STRAIN family? I know that my ancestors lived here in Letterkenny.
Looking for information or descendants of TURRITTIN, TURRETIN, TORRENTINE families from Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland.

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