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I'm researching MARY RUSSELL (born about 1810) of BALLYHOLM who married in 1829. She relocated to GRANSHA, near SIX ROAD ENDS after her marriage.
red mail Looking for George and Vera Martin, Bangor
George Gerard Martin married to Vera nee Niblock who is my dad's niece (James Hale of Montreal originally Poyntzpass) - Vera's mum was Maryann (sp?) Niblock. Am traveling to Dublin and Belfast next week from Canada and would love to get in touch.
red mail McNeill/Tinsley/Jackson/McGrah
Looking for information about any of these families. So many emigrated to Canada, South America, Australia, and the U.S.A.
red mail weir/slavin
Looking for family of Susan Weir deceased of Bangor. Nee Slavin. Researching family tree for Slavin father Joseph Henry mother Sarah Reid Watson Family split up after death of mother Susan brought up Lawnbrook Avenue.
red mail Gertrude howarth vocalist
Hi I am looking for gertrude howarth who was in Bangor in 1911.she was a vocalist who may have gone under the name of gertrude silvester. Gertrude gave birth to a son.--vivian howarth. The child was brought up by catherine woods from Bangor. I do not think gertrude was from northern Ireland. I would love to find out anything about her. Besides the childs birth cert. Gertrude is a total mystery. She names her place of abode as grays hill Bangor. I can't trace her on the 1911 census. Please help if you can or any advice would be welcome .
red mail John Claney
John Claney ( circa 1820) arrived in Australia on the Morning Light Feb 1867. He left Ireland with his youngest son Alexander born 1851, after his wife nee Nancy McGill died. Alexander was born in Antrim, Ballymede( from another family history)but I can find no record of his birth or of the other 3 sons. Ships record shows John's dob as 1822 on departing Liverpool for Australia. Other sons, William 1844, Archibald 1846, or George 1849 were already in Australia. Hearsay that family were originally of Spanish origin, and John's father's name may have been Henry.
red mail Ritchie
Hello , looking for info, on the ritchie family who lived near the railway station . i no that some went to live in england and wales
red mail Rebecca Wilson
Born Bangor, County Down 1848. Emigrated to Australia 1856 - Aboard ship "Severn" Dep. Plymouth, England 31 Aug 1856, Arr. Portland Victoria 9 Dec 1856. Married Thomas Charles Newton in Portland Victoria Australia 1867.
red mail Brown, Eliza or Elizabeth
Born about 1820 and lived in Bangor, County Down, Had 1 son (that I know of) called Alexander. Married Patrick Crawford. Looking for any connections.
red mail Crawford, Patrick
Born about 1820 and lived in Bangor, County Down, Had 1 son (that I know of) called Alexander. Married Eliza or Elizabeth Brown. Looking for any connections.
red mail Mitchell, Bangor, Co. Down 1920s
I am looking for information about Margaret Amelia Chart (nee Mitchell) who lived in Bingham Street, Bangor in the 1920s and 1930s. She was born (probably) in Belfast in 1884; was married in South Africa in 1908; and went to live in Bangor after her husband was killed in 1917 in the Great War. She lived with her brother/s. Also Charles Mitchell, her brother, who was active in Sunday School work and evangelism in Belfast in the late 1890s.
red mail Sterling/Gilmore
Looking for information about Marian Sterling b. about 1680 in Coleraine, Londonderry, Ulster. She married Thomas Gilmore in 1702 and emigrated to the U.S. sometime before her death about 1750
Jemima Stewart was the daughter of James Stewart and Jane Weightman and was born in Ballycormick, Bangor in March 1810. Any information re this family would be appreciated.
John Hutchinson was the son of Hugh Hutchinson and Christina Johnson and was born in Ballyholm, Bangor in 1809. Any information re this family would be appreciated.
red mail Londonderry
Am looking for a John Harrold or Harold. He married a Maria Heggenboth and had a son William born about 1821. He may have originally been from Scotland.
red mail Groomsport
Am searching for details of Elizabeth Niblock whose father may have been William. She married a Sutherland
red mail Sutherland, James Robert
I am looking for my GG Grandfather who was born in Bangor, Co. Down in 1830. He immigrated to England (perhaps during the Famine) and was recorded in the 1871 UK Census as living in Cheltenham, Glouchestshire, England. He married a Cheltenham girl and they raised their family there.
red mail Looking for Blanche
I am looking for any relative of a lady called Blanche who lived in Bangor around 1948. I think that her brother ran a newsagents shop in the high street about that time.
red mail Molly Coyle and family
Looking for information on Margaret Coyle and her family. She passed away in recent years (1980's I believe). One of her daughters lives in Rustenburg, South Africa. She has a daughter who still lives in Bangor.
red mail Niblock, Bangor, Co. Down.
I am searching for details on John Niblock born in Bangor 1867, and married Fanny Jackson born 1870. John was in the Irish Merchant Navy. Would like to know where to find Merchant Navy records on line.
red mail Blakely
I am seeking any information on the Blakely family whom James Hamilton Blakely (born May 16th 1855 in Bangor, County Down) belonged to. His father was Robert Blakely, a "cab proprietor".
red mail Gray of Gray's Hill, Bangor
I'm interested in any Grays from County Down but especially those surrounding Bangor.
red mail Johnson/Twemlow
Seeking information on surviving relatives of John w Johnson and Elizabeth Beresford Twemlow who married in 1903. He was ? a pharmaceutical rep. They moved to Bangor NI. They had a daughter Doris

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