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red mail Grahams of Cappagh near Omagh
My ancestor Charles GRAHAM was born in or near Omagh, Co Tyrone, in 1817. His father was John GRAHAM (c1769-?), a farmer, still alive in 1854. His mother I think was Ann HUNTER - she died in 1845 and was buried in Cappagh graveyard. I have quite a lot of info about the family from Charles Graham's memoir of his brother Rev John Graham. Some useful info on another website, Roots 'n Boots, but some inaccuracies too. I''m trying to find out more about John GRAHAM senior and the more elusive members of the family.
red mail looking for mcelhatton/ mcgee families
my husbands parents came from this area, i believe the mcelhatton family had a farm locally. Michael joseph Mcelhatton 1919 wife bernadette mcgee. 1931
red mail Guy family, Maine
Would love further information on the Guy family who show in the Griffiths in the Parish of Maine, up until the 1911 census. Most of the family remained single. Believe they are related to my g-grandfather Andrew Guy who came to NZ in 1875. Andrew's parents were John Guy a farmer, and Ann Jane (nee Robb), who may have been known as Jane. I believe he had an uncle named Andrew Guy.
red mail HUGHES of parish Cappagh
Ann HUGHES b. parish Cappagh, co. Tyrone about 1793, d. St. Johns, New Brunswick, Canada 12 Oct 1862. She married about 1814 to John McALEER, spademaker of Drumnakilly. 4 children born Drumnakilly, 4 more born New Brunswick. Name of parish Cappagh from N.B. cemetery record. Family tradition said she was first cousin of Archbishop John Joseph Hughes but that is doubtful. Cappagh parish registers do not exist for the time period; I have many New Brunswick and U.S. records
red mail Hyndman and Fullerton
William Hyndman (1839-1927) and Mary Fullerton (1839-1926) are my great grandparents. They married in Cappagh, Tyrone in 1859. I would like to know more about their ancestors and descendents
red mail Curran - McVeigh/McVeagh/McVey/McVay
In 1873 James CURRAN (b.1846; Inishative, Termonmaguirk, Co.Tyrone) married Annie McVEIGH (b.1851; Cappagh, Pomeroy, Co.Tyrone) at the RC church in Dungannon, Co.Tyrone. They later moved to Durham, UK where they had 3 children. Annie sadly died sometime after the birth of their 3rd child (c.1883). James remarried to Margaret Walsh in 1886 at Framwellgate, Durham. They had a further 5 children including my g-g-grandfather, Charles Curran. Annie's father may have been James McVey, listed in Cappagh in 1851. McVeigh has a variety of spellings, all of which I have found used for this family! I would love to learn more about the Curran & McVeigh families in Inishative & Cappagh.

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