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Aghadowey, Aghadovey, and Parish County Derry, Londonderry
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red mail Looking for parents of Mary Chinnery Stubbs
Mary Chinnery Stubbs b. 1895 d. 1895 at Aghadowey, Londonderry, Ireland - I am a descendant of both Chinnery & Stubbs families and would like to know who were her parents. If anyone can help please let me know. Her name is inscribed on a gravestone in the Aghadowey Parish Cemetery listed as Mary Cinnery Stubbs.
red mail Patterson
I am looking for information on Samuel Patterson who was married to Nancy McFetridge and had a son Robert James Patterson in 1871 registered in Aghadowey.
red mail kerr/bell family
hi looking for any info on my great grand parents thomas kerr married jane bell aghadowery r.c. church londonderry n.i.
red mail Eakins/Kinder
I am looking for information regarding James Eakins born Feb 4, 1783 in Ireland and came to the USA, Philadelpha, PA in 1811 with his wife Rosana (Kinder) Eakins. Then moved to Cape Girardeau, Missouri. If you have any information that could help me please get in touch with me. Thank You..
red mail Blacksmiths
I am compiling an article about the blacksmiths of Aghadowey and Macosquin. I want to include as many details about the smiths,their work and families as possible and would appreciate any input from anyone with information or photographs.
red mail McNeil - Gilmore
Any connections with Daniel McNeill married to Betty Gilmore round about 1760. Children John, James, Daniel, William and Betty. John married Sarah Roxburgh and went to Millbury, Mass with most of his family in 1852.
red mail Dickie
Looking for information on Dickie family in Aghadowey N. Ireland, and information on descendants of Ernie, Sandy, Norrie, Albert Dickie, who were brothers of William "Pat" Dickie.

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