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red mail George and/or Lawrence MCKAY
Looking for the MCKAY family. George born about 1825 and brother Lawrence born about 1830. Their father is rumored to have been a surgeon in the Royal Navy. George arrived in NY about 1849, Lawrence signed a petition to naturalize in 1851 - they may have crossed together. George was a Cooper, Lawrence a Physician. Lawrence's naturalization papers indicate Londonderry as his former residence. No township, parish, etc. known. Unable to find either's marriage information in NY. Lawrence married Alvira (unknown surname) and George married Catherine MCWILLIAMS. Catherine was born to Bernard MCWILLIAMS and Cecilia COSTELLO in Lemnaroy, parish of Termaneeny, Barony of Loughinshollin, County Derry, Ireland. Catherine born in 1833 and Bernard about 1800.
red mail I'm looking for my Great Grandparents David and Catherine Logan nee Clements
Presbyterians David Logan married Catherine/Katherine Clements about 1820 in Londonderry. Known children are David born 1823, (believed to have immigrated to America), Alexander born 1826, William born 1840 re-located to live in England, Marianne born ABOUT 1831 and Margaret Ann born about 1836 in Londonderry. The sisters Marianne and Margaret Ann Logan immigrated to Victoria, Australia in 1857 and 1854 respectively. Margaret married a widower Joseph Marquis in 1855, and Marianne married James Smyth in 1859. I'm looking for any information on the Logan sister's parents and siblings. It's believed that when Margaret and Marianne's mother, Catherine Logan nee Clements a "Widow" died in Newtownlimavady, Londonderry in 1870. Her Occupation was given as "Weaver". Thank you for any assistance with this matter. Helen
red mail LIDDLE of Londonderry
My GGG Grandmother Fanny Liddle b. 1782 Londonderry, Ireland, married Robert Mcleod b. 1776 Sutherland, Scotland, Robert was in the Reay Fencibles and was deployed in Ireland where they met and married and had their first son George Mcleod b. 1800 in Londonderry. Thereafter they returned to Sutherland, Scotland and had a further 7 children. Can anyone assist with more information as I am unable to find any marriage record or record of George's birth in Ireland, also Fanny Liddle's parents, siblings, etc. Any assistance would be appreciated.
red mail SMITHs,Before 1775,Moneymore,Ireland
Family oral history: James and son,Samuel left Moneymore(there are 5 villages with this name)and came to America landing in Philadelphia,PA. The date is not clear but probably sometime before 1755. It could have been as early as 1722. At that time James's brother,John cane with him. There could have been other family members but I do not know. It is said that they lived in Philadelphia for time. Factual: We do know that Samuel SMITH and two younger brothers,Andrew and James were living Mount Joy Township in York County before part of it became Adams County. Samuel SMITH bought a farm while still in York County. He bought it in 1779. In 1781 he married a widow, Sarah Porter McCreary and they had two sons,Jamesb.1784 and William b. 1787. Sarah also had children from her first marriage. Samuel died in 1816 and Sarah in 1827. In her last years she lived with her son,James who had received the farm bought in 1779. William died at about age 23. All family members were buried in Mount Joy Township,Adams County,PA. in the Pine Bank Cemetery. I am not searching for James Smith the signer of the Declration of Independance whose father name is most likely John. It is possible that James,signer, may be a cousin. MaryLee
red mail Hazlett/Heasley/Nixon Derry
Hi Can anyone help with William John Heasley/Hazlett who married Sarah Nixon 1927. William was born in Antrim - his father William John, brother Thomas, sisters Hannah, Lizzie and Violet Jacqui
red mail Anderson Londonderry
I am looking for my relatives in Northern Ireland. Robert Anderson had a daughter Helen Anderson (my Gran) She married Owen James Alton from Derbyshire England, and they had two boys, Ivor Robert Alton (My late father) and his brother Brian Samuel Alton. This really is not much to go on but I know we have links to the Reid family and Weir family. Esther Weir married ?John Reid
Looking for the marriage of William Gibson c 1820.His wife may have been Margaret or Martha ?? They had a son Alexander b 1833(according to marriage cert,but on census b1824)They were living at Carrick (parish of Bovevagh) at the time of Alexander's marriage to Mary Ann Rosborough.Trying to find William's wife and their marriage.They MAY have had 2 other sons - John and Robert.
Rosborough /Gibson
Looking for info on a David Rosborough.father of Mary Ann/Marianne Rosborough bc 1834. Mary Ann married Alexander Gibson in 1856,in Bovevagh C. of I.She was living at Derryard,near Dungiven,Co Derry at the time of her marriage.David would have been born c 1795/1800. Trying to find his wife (Mary Ann's mother) in particular, and his parents,if possible.
red mail My family Lamont & Leitch
Janet Leitch b. 1705, married John Lamont b.1700. He died in Ireland 1735. They had a child named Robert Lamont b.1726. Mother and child immigrated to USA, arriving, living and dying in New York. Any information would be greatly appreciated!!!
red mail James Cavanagh
Looking for information on James Cavanagh who married Hannak Kyle. They had around eight children one which was Mary Josephine Cavanagh born 1899
red mail McTeague/McTague/Montague
looking for james,hugh,or patrick mcteague from derry,1700s-1800s..james was married to sara kelly,hugh was married to margaret mellon/mullan+to margaret conner/oconner,they all from draperstown....
red mail Looking for James Coyle Derry City Born approx 1950
Looking for James Coyle ( my birth father ) approx age 60-63, lived in Derry on the Bogside in the 1970's , not sure after that. A big help in trying to locate the right James Coyle would be that he is the cousin of the infamous Marion Coyle , ( she was born 1954 and was involved in the kidnapping of the Dutch businessman Tiede Herrema in 1975 for which she received a long prison sentence.) Thanks in advance.
red mail Bell Family
Seeking info on John Bell born 1765 in County Derry. His father may have been George Bell born 1745 in Donegal. John migrated to the US and married Elizabeth Palmer. John died in 1847.
red mail Patterson Lowry Marriage and emigration
Robert Patterson married Eliza J. Lowry about 1830 and had a child William. Then they emigrated to Western Pa. He returned in abt 1853-54 to get his mother-in-law and they both died on the voyage back on the "Arctic" in 1854. Need any information about birth and life. They were Prebyterian. Obit says he was from Derry Cty, Ireland. No village.
red mail Mars
Looking for information on John Mars, born 1872 Magherafelt, mother Sarah. Any information on the Mars family from this area would be appreciated.
red mail Kane/Cain and McGinnis
Hi I'm looking for the birthplace in Londonderry for William Kane b 1828 ish and also Catherine Jane McGinnis born 1876 in Londonderry. Catherine's father is John McGinnis born in Tartuakelly, Tarnlaghtt, Finlagan and her mother is Margaret Ann Haggerty / Hegarty. Any information gratefully received. Thank you.
red mail Ellen O'Neil & Michael Doherty
I am trying to research my Doherty / Docherty / Dougherty / Dockerty family back to Ireland. The furthest I have got back is Michael Docherty born ca. 1810 in Ireland, and died after 1856. He married Ellen O'Neill, born ca. 1810 in Ireland. The couple had one known child, Edward Docherty, born ca. 1831. Michael and Ellen's birth dates are calculated based on Edwards probable birth year. If he was their firstborn (unlikely as his first born child was named Michael) then they probably were born around 1810, if he was their last then Ellen could have been born around 1785-1790 with Michael possibly as far back as 1780. Edward Docherty married on 17th Apr. 1856 Elizabeth Campbell, in Hutchestown, Glasgow City, Lanark Scotland. Eliza. Campbell was born ca. 1831 in Donegal, Ireland, to parents Patrick Campbell and Madge McGrath, both of whom were dead before their child's marriage in 1856. Edward Docherty and Eliza. Campbell had 4 known children all born in Scotland. These were: Michael born 1857; William born 1860; Mary born 1862; Patrick 1866-1902. Edward and Elizabeth lived in Springburn Glasgow until ca. 1865 when they moved to Jarrow, South Shields, Durham, England. Edward was a chemical labourer in St Rollox chemical works in Glasgow and transferred to England when Tennants built another site at South Shields. According to the English 1891 census (living at 68 Station Lane, Hebburn) Edward was from Derry and Elizabeth was from Donegal. This is the only information I have locating their origins in Ireland. All other census records state they are from Ireland, with the earliest census I have being the Scottish 1861 census when they were living in Springburn, Glasgow. If anyone has any information or family links to this line then I would be really grateful to hear from you. I am really hoping that I can find where exactly this family branch came from in Ireland. I have done extensive research on the family name and once I get a location for this branch in Ireland I am confident I can take this much further. Many thanks, Paul
red mail James Hassett, b. Apr 1758, Londonderry
Looking for Irish family information for James Hassett who emigrated to Massachusetts, USA, in the late 1700's, m. Jenet (Jane) Harper, 23 Dec 1783, in Oakham, Mass., USA.
red mail Doherty/Docherty
William Doherty was born in Londonderry to John Doherty Shoemaker and Annie Doherty (nee Hutton) William was bornaround 1858/59 and ran away from home aged 13 to Scotland. As far as the family was aware he never saw his parents again. Any info would be appreciated
red mail Hair, Hare
Looking for information on the Hair or Hare family around 1700-1720. William Hare emigrated to the US (Boston) Nov. 1719 "with Captain Dennis." I have full information on the family from 1719 to present if anyone is interested. Cheers, Dick
red mail Francis McLoughlin
Looking for information on the parents and siblings of Francis McLoughlin who was born in Londonderry, and baptized on 5 March 1844 in the Long Tower district. His parents were William Mcloughlin and Margaret Jane Lamont. His brother Joseph McLoughlin was also born in Londonderry, and baptized at the same place on 16 June 1842. Other siblings were William Mcloughlin (b. 1838), Anna McLoughlin (b. 1840) and Patrick McLoughlin (b. 1845). Francis and Patrick later moved to NYC. Francis married Isabelle Reynolds and Patrick Marrid Rosetta Kearney in the states, and both died there. Joseph married Anna McCabe and had one daughter, Anna McLoughlin. Joseph died in 1878, but I am not sure whether it was in Ireland or not.
red mail Doherty Dougherty
Hello all, Looking for the parents of James (born 1801/1807 , John(born 1805/1806 and Charles(1818). All three brothers, were farmers and immigrated to Canada , James to Frampton, Dorchester county Quebec, and John and Charles to Stratford,Perth, Ontario , charles and his wife margaret around 1854 any information you may have regarding parents or other siblings would be appreciated. thanks darlene
Thomas Spiller married Susanna Lepper of Monaghan in 1842. The Northern Standard described him as Thomas Spiller, Esq of Londonderry. Does anyone have information regarding the SPILLER family in Londonderry?
red mail Corbett/McFeely
I'm looking for information on William Corbett born approx 1821 in Londonderry and his wife Margaret McFeely (McFaly or McPhail) born approx 1823. This couple married in Barony Parish in Glasgow in 1842 and had 3 daughters Mary, Jane & Margaret and 1 son William that I know of all born in Glasgow in the 1850s. William would appear to have been a Shoemaker and I know that a lot of Corbetts were shoemakers. Anyone recognise this family and have any info re their Londonderry roots?
James MCGUIRE / MAGUIRE born 1809 Derry. was a presbyterian and superintendent of The Borough Police from 1851- 1870. Nicknamed the horney dicks because of the horn in their helmets. also known as Derry City Force. He was a presbyterian and lived at 2 St columbs court bishop street beside st columbs cathedral. died 1876. i would welcome any history of this independant borough police force, which were not part of the Royal Irish Constabulary. He married a Kathryn Browne in 1833. Had 3 daughters - Sarah married a William HAGAN in 1866 in Gt James st church, Derry, another Margaret Jane married Thomas MCDEVITTE son of sergent major in Royal artillery , married in St Columbs Cathedral in 1878. variations of the spelling are HEGAN MCDEVIT MAGUIRE etc
red mail Canny Family
Looking to find details out about my great uncle named Isaac Canny who emigrated to Canada. He sailed on the ship called Montrose which departed from Belfast on 26th May 1933. He was bound for Quebec & Montreal. Someone from this family came over to England last year looking for my dad called Isaac Carlin but no one thought to ring him about this. Isaac Canny was born in 1908 and was aged 25 when he went to Canada. I believe his parents were Patrick Canny & Annie Canny formerly McCloskey. They lived at Mallabuoy, Londonderry. He had a sister in Ireland called Kitty who he wrote to for a while. Any assistance would be great.
red mail DONAGHEY
Living in Waterside district of Londonderry 1880 - 1920. Margaret Donaghey born 1884 daughter of Robert Donaghey. Married Thomas Robert Connor in 1904 at All Saints Church.
red mail blair/burke
i am looking for information on my grandfather Samuel Blair's family his father was Robert Blair and mother was Matilda Burke
WATERS Family , Londerry, Ireland
The only information I have on my 2nd great grandmother Annie ROBERTS (nee WATERS) is her from her Death Certificate - 15 Nov 1872, Boggy Swamp, Sandy Creek, Kameruka, NSW, Australia. Annie's Native Place is given as Londonderry, Ireland. Her father Thomas WATERS' Occupation is given as Farmer. Her mother's Maiden name is unclear - (possibly) Mary DAUSMORE or maybe mort? Also the "u" could be an "n". I would appreciate any help at all with this. Annie's age is given here as 37 years. Also she had been residing in New South Wales, Australia for 15 years at the time of her death. She was married to Robert ROBERTS who according to four of their five son's Birth Reg. his Native Place is given as Carnarvon, Wales for the first two, after that - North Wales for the 2 remaining sons. I don't even have a name for possibly the 4th son, only that he was living when his mother died. I would be grateful for any information, at all. Valma, NSW, Australia
red mail park rebecca
My grandmother was one of 11-13 children. She married a Robert Riley before immmigrating to Canada in the 1920's. Any information would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks.
red mail Hope Family
Looking for any decendants of my grandfather Thomas Hope's family in Londonderry. Thomas Hope came to Canada when his was a small boy with his brother Lawrence Hope and two other brothers in or around 1885 - 1890. Unfortunately that is all I know.
red mail HOGAN, James
May have been born in either Londonderry or County Cork about 1814. May have been known as James Henry Hogan. Came to New Zealand possibly on an American whaler in about 1839. May have been son of Thomas and Ellen Hogan nee O'Brien and brother of Michael and Margaret Hogan nee Daley married about 1840 or to Michael John and Ellen Hogan nee Delaney Hogan married 1874 probably in Fermoy who also came to New Zealand. Married Ann COLEMAN widow of William BEARD
Looking for Mary Jane Steen nee Lalor
Looking for Mary Jane Lalor. Her parents were Fintau Lalor and Kate Mooney. Mary married Andrew Steen in Victoria Australia and they had a daughter Cecilia Mary Elizabeth about 1884.
Steen in Londonderry
Am looking for Andrew Steen born about 1850 Parents Thomas Steen and Letitia Ramsey
red mail Hawthorn from Londonderry
I am trying to find any info on James Hawthorn c1825 in Londonderry. He was the son of Robert & Sarah Hawthorn (nee Quinn). James married Catherine Smith in Glasgow in 1845 and had the following known children: Sarah Jane c1846, Robert c1850, son name unknown, James 1855, William 1858, Rebecca 1860, John 1862, Catherine 1866 (all born Greenock) Any info on the Hawthorn family from Londondery prior to James arrival in Scotland would be greatly appreciated.
red mail McClusky/McCluskey/McCloskey
Looking for my ancestor Alex McClusky, born 1813, who I believe came from County Derry. He left for Canada around 1830-1837 and married a woman there named Maria/Mary Scott. Any information greatly appreciated.
red mail Jacob McLean
Searching for relatives of Jacob McLean born Derry Ireland about 1814
red mail Butler family Londonderry
Looking for relatives of Mary Butler born 1886 in Londonderry. She died approx 1912. She was married to Daniel Morrison born in Rathmelton in 1866
Looking for James Gallagher of Crattan, Londonderry NI, br approx 1928 had a sister Frances born 1930. moved to London England, any info very much appreciated.
red mail HENRY- Londonderry
Info on Thomas HENRY a shoemaker from Londonderry and his son James c 1821 who married Joan STOTT in 1842 in Newcastle upon Tyne England and any other relative info.
red mail Rev. George Walker (1645-1690)
Has anyone ran across a geneology/ancestry compiled on the Rev. George Walker (1645-1690), famous for being joint Governor of Londonderry during the Siege of Derry in 1689? Any information regarding his ancestry would be great! Thanks!
red mail Derry -Taughboyne - Rathmullan - Ramelton - Drumkeen
Just starting to trace my ancestors: Donegal Paternal Line: Father Bernard McGee born Rushfield then later moved to Main Street Carrigans - Grandparents Thomas and Catherine (McFadden) Tonagh 1911 Census - Monreagh 1901, father's Uncles Daniel, William, James, Bernard and John and Aunts Mary Ann and Lizzie. Grandmother's Mother Eliza was living with then in the 1911 Census (age then read 70 yrs) whilst in the 1901 Census they were both living in Derrymore with Head of House James 25 Road Contractor, William Cousin 27 yrs, Aunt Martha 60 yrs, Aunt Susan 45 yrs, Aunt Eliza 43 yrs (she aged almost 30 years in 10 years if I have the correct connection) and Cousin Catherine 19 yrs. Gt Grandparents were John and Mary (?) McGee and if they followed tradition in naming his parents were possibly Thomas and Elizabeth McGee whilst the forenames of Mary's parents could possibly be Daniel and Mary Ann ?. Derry/Donegal/Co Derry Maternal Line: Mother Meta (Martha) Lafferty, 309 Bishop Street Derry; Grandparents Patrick and Martha (Doherty) Lafferty; Mother's Uncles: Siblings of Granny Martha's - Margery (Clifford); Patrick; Elizabeth (married Englishman Arthur Wright); William (married Rose Barr Buncrana); Edward; Mary; James died in infancy; Mary Ann (married Murray); john (married Lizzie Blether) Michael. My Granny was living at 85 Bishop Street with Aunt Annie Doherty (reported to be housekeeper to bishop) and brothers Patrick and John (French Polisher) all single in the 1901. Her Aunt Annie Doherty died 09/02/1911, is buried in the City Cemetery and place of birth is given as Rathmullen. Siblings of Grandfather Patrick: James christened Long Tower Church 17/09/1865 emigrated to USA; Mary 23/09/1867 emigrated to USA not married; Ellen 08/08/1867 emigrated to USA not married; John Joseph 27/10/1869 - emigrated to Scotland, Stationmaster Dumbarton and Annie (couldn't be found in Long Tower records, had a shop in Bridge Street never married died 16/06/1944 aged 75 yrs and place of birth given as Letterkenny so she is most likely to be the oldest. My Grandfather Patrick, his sister Mary, mother Catherine (nee O'Brien) were all living in Bridge Street in the 1901 census. The O'Brien line has connections to Stroangibbagh (Drumkeen, Co Donegal) and also America and as she named her second son John Joseph her father was possibly John Joseph whilst her mother may have been Mary the name of her second daughter. My Granny Martha Doherty's parents were Jane and John Elliott, when Martha Elliott married Patrick Doherty in 1863 both gave Bishop Street as their address, the Elliott's are said to be from Eglinton direction. Have we any connections?
red mail Looking for family
I am looking for my grandfather's family. He was born in the Bogside of Derry around 1856, his name was Hugh Joseph Mooney. His mother was Sarah nee Quigley and his father was I think was Patrick Mooney. Later on in life he married Elizabeth Llynch and settled in Burntfoot near Derry. She was from a farm called Calhaime near the surronding areas. They had three children, the eldest being John, then Sarah and the youngest being Hugh Joseph.
red mail Atkinson
William Atkinson lived in Coolshinney,Magherafelt, he had a son William who became a Doctor and a daughter Margaret, who married James Tollerton and moved to Australia in 1876. Any info on family would be great.
red mail McLaughlin/Laughlin/Cassidy
Hi, Looking for information on the parents of a DANIEL McLAUGHLIN brn approx 1884/5 Londonderry. Parents listed as JOHN McLAUGHLIN & ISABELLA CASSIDY. I believe previous family members came from Coleraine. Can anyone help ? or at least point me in the right direction to get information LDS have no records because I have not set dates. I look forward to hearing from you.
Looking for information on Robert Pickett, weaver, and wife Mary McFadden, of Kilrea, parents of Adam Pickett born about 1800, a shoemaker, and Lavinia Pickett, who married a John Pickett. Adam married Mary Brady about 1835, and they had at least two daughters, Annie and Mary. Mary Brady Pickett died before 1851 as he emigrated to Greenock and there married Elizabeth Orr from Ireland who already had a son John Orr aged 14. Elizabeth died a few years after and finally he married his third wife, Rebecca McDougall with who he had two sons Adam and Robert. The Adam Pickett family lived in Greenock Scotland after 1851. Pickett family also links to Killygulib and to Lisnagrot.
red mail Douglas and Black
Looking for the Following People, My 3X Great Grandparents. this is the Details of there marriage: July the 24th Hugh Douglas, age 21, Batchelor, Shoemaker residing at Terrydrum Son of Samuel Douglas (Labourer) and Nancy Black, age 19, Spinster, of BallydarrogDaughter of Richard Black (Weaver) Married in the Church according to the Rights and Ceremonies of the United Church of England and Ireland, by Licence by me W A Batterly,Hugh X Douglas , Nancy X Black, in the presance of us James Black and Ann L George
red mail Cornwall
I'm looking for any information regarding Wilson Cornwall, convicted in Londonderry, Ireland during 1839. He said he was born in Armagh, in the 1810's. He was shipped to Australia and later married Sarah in Melbourne in 1850. He may have been known as William Cornwall or Corner.
red mail Leaman/Lemon
I am trying to find the parents of John Lemon, b. 1756 in Pennsylvania in a Scotch-Irish settlement. md. Diana Patterson from Ireland. Suspect his parents are Irish but can't find anything to help identify them.
red mail Cornelius FINN 1826
My great great grandfather Cornelius married Margaret Driscol, and my great grandmother was Julia Finn. She married William Carey and lived in Merthyr Tydfil. Searching for parents of Cornelius Finn and Margaret Driscol
red mail John Darragh
Looking for information on John Darragh, early 1700's. County Derry, Ireland
red mail McLaughlin/McLoughlin
Seeking information on Edward McLoughlin/McLaughlin my g-g-grandfather and Ellen (nee Murray) g-g grandmother. I have their marriage certificate, they married in the Long Tower Church Templemore on the 23 of Feb 1857. There is nothing to identify Edwards family, on the marriage certificate, however through Griffiths I am have found possible links that they may have come from the Bogside area in Fahen street. However this is not confirmed. Ellen's father is listed as John Murray on Ellen's death certificate here in Australia. They left Ireland in August 1857 on the Talbot for Australia. We are planning a trip to Ireland and any information would be great to try to receive before we come over. If anyone can link up my Ellen and Edward to other family members in Ireland, it would be greatly appreciated. As I have come to a stand still in the Irish side for both of them. Regards Jennifer
red mail Anderson / McGarvey
Looking for information on an Agnes Mcgarvey and a Samuel Anderson both born 1890 / 1900 who were known to live in Londonderry up until at least 1931 when their youngest son was born also a Samuel Anderson.I have no information other than their other childrens names...Charlotte (lottie), Mary, Billy, Bobby and Thomas all born between 1920 and 1931. If any one can help please contact me. Many thanks in advance
looking for info on james quigley c1860 from racecourse derry (sailor) married catherine mc taggart 1887. mary.
Looking for a Joseph Martin, born Drumahoe, circa 1877. Married to a Mary Brolly circa 1900.
red mail Catherine Love
Looking for information about Catherine Love, my great great grandmother. Married Robert Watterson and had a daughter, Sarah Jane, who was born in Faughnvale, Londonderry. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Black
Interested in information about Catherine A. Black b. about 1821 in Ireland. She emigrated to New Brunswick, Canada in 1838 aboard the ship Carouge which sailed from the port of Londonderry to the port of Saint John. She's listed as travelling with John J. Black, aged 17 and George Black, aged 15.
red mail David Mcintosh Londonderry
I am hoping for more info on my gt grandfather David McIntosh b.1848 Londonderry, Ire. d.May 1904 in Melbourne, Australia. He married Mary Gilmore also from Londonderry. His parents were John McIntosh and Martha Lindsay. Parents of Mary Gilmore were Patrick Gilmore and Mary Dinsey. I have no idea of when David migrated but Mary came on "Corona" 1868.Can anyone help with further info on these. Thanks.
red mail John and Martha McIntosh
John and Martha McIntosh were parents of my Great Grandfather James who came to Australia and married Sarah Ann Curry from Coleraine. Very interested to hear from descendant of David McIntosh also a so of John and Martha.
red mail Lawrence
I am looking for perants of John Lawrence born around 1880 in Aughrim Co. Derry. He was orphend and brought up by his aunts. He attended Reany Endowed school and later married Jane Staunton
red mail Alexander Nelson Olivia Dixson
Seeking ancestors of Annie Elizabeth Nelson, her brother, Hartford Dixson Nelson and Sarah Nelson Gunn. They were born about 1850/1856. Annie came to western NY about 1868, with her husband William Thomas Keith. Hartford Dixson Nelson born about 1854, came to US before age 18yrs. He became a lawyer and State Senator in Albany NY, residing in Oneonta NY. Sara Nelson married Hugh Gunn, resided Long Island NY Death certificates lists their parents as Alexander Nelson and Olivia Dixson. They were both supposedly born in Londonderry Ireland. In 1902, Annie Keith visited Ireland, returning to America, she states the place she visited in Ireland was Antrim. I have found much of the family in NY but cannot seem to get a tie to Ireland. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks,
Graystones in Canada
I am one of several daughters of Lawrence Graystone who is one of 7 sons & 4 daughters of Charles and Eleanor Graystone. Although I believe (not sure)Charles was born in Canada around 1910, I have not found evidence in the records here in Toronto, but I am told our family comes from the UK. Charles had more than one brother. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Robert Hughes & Mary Young
Lived at 3 Olive Terrace, Londonderry until Mary's death in 1925 (before that lived at Spencer Road and Braehead) can't find their marriage details or where they are buried any information gratefully received
red mail John Boyd Convict to Australia
Looking for any information on John Boyd b.1815 Co. Derry. Parents John Boyd & Catherine McCauley. Tried for bigamy 16-3-1836 Londonderry, transported aboard "Captain Cook" to N.S.W.
Searching for the wherabouts my grandparents came from in Ireland. I believe it was somewhere in Londonderry. They were ,William mcLoughlin b c1869,Susan Brown,b c1867, (they both emigrated to US 1888 and 1889 respectively). Sons William b1893,Joseph,b1894,Robert,b1900 and daughter Lizzie,b1898. All the children were born in Philadelphia and are on the 1900 US Federal Census. Susan may have died in US as the family returned to Ireland and were raised by an aunt or gran. I don't know if there were any other siblings. If anyone recognises these names I would love to hear from them. Thank you.
red mail Derriana Macfarland
Any info on Derriana Patricia Macfarland married Maurice Patterson from New Zealand (Eire)
red mail watchmakers and jeweller
Have item of interest
red mail Gilmour or Gilmore
I am looking for Richard Gilmour, born 1826 in Londonderry, Ireland. His father was John. Richard, a marriner moved to Hartlepool and married Eleanor Hepplewhite from Easington in 1838. Their son Robert was my Grandfather.
Grahams of McGilligan Londonderry
Looking for any help about my gggrandfather Andrew Alexander Graham b abt 1818& his brother John Baily Graham.Their father could have been a Robert or Andrew Graham. My gggrandfather came to Australia with Catherine Knox in 1840. John B Graham had a daughter Selina Marian b Paris 1829. I do beleave they were cousins of Sir James Robert George Graham 2nd Bart of Netherby. Any info., would be greatly appreciated . Pat
red mail SIMS or SIMMS
Hi, I'm tracing my sims relative. they go back to Shropshire from at least 1760's the family moved to the black country area Bilston, Oldbury,Smethwick, etc in or around the 1830's Please get in touch
red mail stafford
red mail Cornilas Finn
Trying to trace Cornilas and family he married Margaret Driscol (Tamalay) they moved to Merthyr Tydfil.
red mail Nelis
Looking for information about the Nelis family who have lived in Derry City for over 5 generations.
red mail Trying to research Smith/Smythe
The family I am trying to search is like a minefield, as you can appreciate with the name Smith. All I have is Robert Smith father from Londonderry, wife's name unknown, children are many including = males, bobby, billy, sammy, sonny, danny, george,females = millie, maisie, daisie, cis, lil, jane (alias jean, jeannie, jennie) If anyone thinks they know of the family I would be grateful to hear from you. Or if anyone can help me find any good 'online' sites, census etc, to start my ball rollingI would be very grateful to hear from anyone. dates are around 1880 - 1994
JOHN O'NEILL died 1955 (?)in Derry BRIDGET CANNING died 1965 (? )in Derry Looking for ancestors of the above to trace my family tree.
Seeking information on the family of Robert John Pollock (b 1778 Tamlaght O'Crilly) and his wife Isabella Smith (b 1783). They had at least 8 children, some of whom emigrated to Australia. One son Robert (b 1836 in Drumoolish) married Mary Nelson (b Killymuck 1839)in Australia and their son John Thomas married Elizabeth Boggs, daughter of Samuel Boggs and Mary Matilda Stewart of Killymuck Glebe. Mary Matilda was the daughter of John Stewart and Mary McCaughrin, and Samuel Boggs was the son ofSamuel Boggs and Matilda Kelso. Any information on these families much appreciated. Thanks
I am seeking details of the family of Abraham McNeill and his wife Mary Armstrong who are buried in Kilrea. They had children John, James, Thomas, Eliza Jane, Margaret, Joseph and Archibald. They came from the area around Moyknock /Eden. Some ofthe children emigrated to Australia and John married his cousin Esther Sloan, daughter of Thomas Sloan and Margaret Irwin (daughter of Martha Macgregor). Thomas Sloan and Margaret were married in Kilrea. Thomas died before 1855 Abraham died before1849 and Mary died 18 mar 1854. Have information on the Sloan and McNeill connections in Australia, but finding it very difficult to get information about the earlier Irish end of the family. Believe distant relatives of both McNeill and Sloan families may stil live in Ireland in the area around Kilrea.
red mail McNeill family
Trying to locate information on my g.grandfather James McNeill. He documents himself being born at Islandmore, Co. Derry in July of 1848. His fathers name was also James McNeill, an Innkeeper, but I have no information of his mother. James eventually relocated to Stockton, Co. Durham, England, married, and finally settled in Hartlepool, where he died in 1930. Would appreciate any help possible on the Ireland connection, including cousins by the name of Sloan from the Colerain/Portrush area. Thanks.
red mail Sophia Rebecca Turney
looking for Turneys in Ireland..esp my great grandmothers family. She was born in Londonderry around 1843. married in London,England fathers name on her marriage cert. Thomas.Any help would be appreciated have come to a standstill....
red mail Atkinson / Attwood
William Atkinson born abt 1849 County Derry (Londonderry) Ireland. Father William Atkinson /Mother Sarah McAuley. William married in New Zealand to Sarah Attwood daughter of Thomas Attwood and Charlotte Savage, (born Thurnham Kent Eng). Looking forany family info.
red mail O'Brian
Seeking information about the O'Brian family who lived in Londonderry during the 19th century, especially my gt grandfather, Daniel Christopher O'Brian who changed his surname to Bryan after migrating to London in about 1880. Colleen
red mail Londonderry
Looking for information about John Moran who lived in Londonderry from about 1917 - 1922

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