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red mail George Hunter b1787 Agivey, d1863 Agivey, married MAry Pinkerton - (Agivey House, and Parish - County Derry, Londonderry)
GEORGE HUNTER was born 1787 in Northern Ireland and died August 29, 1863 in Agivey, Northern Ireland. He married MARY PINKERTON. Children of GEORGE HUNTER and MARY PINKERTON are: MARY5 HUNTER, b. 1815, Northern Ireland; m. DORAN1. JOHN HUNTER, b. 1817, Northern Ireland; d. May 21, 1888, Simpson St., Carisbrook, Vic, Australia. SAMUEL HUNTER, b. 1819, Aughadoey, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland; d. August 19, 1903, Serpentine, East Loddon Shire, County Bendigo, Victoria, Australia. JOSEPH HUNTER b. 1822; d. June 11, 1854, Phillipstown, Kings County Northern Ireland MARGARET 'PEGGY' HUNTER, b. 1824; d. September 03, 1875, 3 Sept 1875. JAMES PINKERTON HUNTER, b. 1827. ANN 'ANNIE' HUNTER, b. 1830, Northern Ireland; d. 1908, Bendigo, Sandhurst, Victoria, Australia. SARAH JANE HUNTER, b. 1833; d. February 11, 1914 GEORGE HUNTER, b. 1835; d. July 10, 1907, Agivey, Northern Ireland CATHERINE 'KATE' HUNTER, b. Abt. 1839; d. April 04, 1905, Killeague, Ireland.
red mail Daniel McNerlin(or McAnerlin) - (Articlave - County Derry, Londonderry)
My great-grandfather married Margaret Barr in June 1871 in Finvoy Presbterian Church, Antrim. According to their Marriage Certificate, Daniel came from Articlave and was the son of Thomas. Both were blacksmiths/farriers. I would be grateful for any information on the McNerlin (Or McAnerlin) family.
red mail Daniel McNerlin - (Articlave - County Derry, Londonderry)
My great-grandfather,also Daniel Campbell McNerlin, was married to Margaret Barr, but up to now I have had no idea where he came from exactly in N. Ireland. I am intrigued to find out any more information about the family and especially what documents and photograhs there might be.
red mail Cunninghams of Articlave - (Articlave - County Derry, Londonderry)
Looking for the descendents of James Cunningham b.1838 in Dunboe Parish, Ballywildrick Lower. Married Anne Hutchison, 1859 in First Dunboe Presbyterian Ch. Children: Thomas B.b.1860;Cochrane H. b.1862; James C. b.1864;Peter Anderson b.1867(my grandfather); Rebecca Jane b.1869; Elizabeth Margaret b.1871; Elizabeth Cochrane b.1873; John b.1875; Annie Mary b.1876; Joseph b.1878; Harry Louden b.1881(died young); Nellie Roulston b.1887; Harry Louden b.1890.
red mail Charles Hutchison - (Articlave - County Derry, Londonderry)
Hi Doing my husband's side of the family tree, He has a Charles Hutchison gggrand father marred Mary Janie Quigg in Londonderry 1865 they have James born 5/11/1865 Articlave, Mary Anne born 18/9/1869 Articlave, William born 17/12/1871 Articlave, Joseph born 17/12/1871 Articlave, Thomas Wray 1871 ? ?, William born 15/8/1875 londonderry, Charles ? ?, Charles is on Mary Jane's death certificate as the informer. Mary Jane died in Glasgow 1915, Mary Jane's father was john Quigg mother Nancy Hutchison. Don't know when she moved to Glasgow but Thomas joined the city of Glasgow police in 1891. Thomas Wray was living with Mary Ann and her husband in Glasgow 0n 1891 cencus in Goven Glasgow Thomas Wray married Christina Mcdonald on 23/11/1900 in Glasgow they had two sons Charles and Duncan. Christina died 1904. Any more info on them would be great. Regards Janice
red mail John Lynd - (Articlave - County Derry, Londonderry)
looking for any info relating to John Lynd born 1836 died 1892 - was married to Rebecca Nichol born 1839 (the daughter of Andrew Nichol and Martha Clark) on 13/3/1862 at Dunboe. Witnesses at wedding were Andrew Lees and William Cunningham(william Cunningham was married to Martha Lees) John Lynds father was James Lynd - i am trying to find the name of his mother and details of any siblings he may have had. John and Rebecca had 5 children Martha Jane, Elizabeth, John, Joseph and William Lees
red mail Bellaghy in 1945 - (Bellaghy - County Derry, Londonderry)
A N.Z. soldier travelled to Bellaghy after the war to locate his grandmother's kin with only the name McCaw to go on. Located a widower farmer with two bachelor sons still in the thatched cottage and still digging peat. A daughter well in her late 20's had been granted permission to marry.!! This family connection would fill in gaps on tree for the name Waite (from Lurgan). Emmigrant to N.Z. in 1877 Nancy McCaw, married 1874 emmigrant to N.Z. William Robert Waite in Dunedin, N.Z. on December 11 1878. William Robert's father was John who was a publican in Market Road,Lurgan. His wife was a Fanny McGowan and a recorded son John born 1866.
red mail Laverty - (Bellaghy - County Derry, Londonderry)
Looking for descendents of Patrick and Mary-Ann Laverty, children, John, Henry, Mary-Ann, Margaret-Jane Matilda and Charles Michael.
red mail McAulay, 1800-1862, Bellaghy - (Bellaghy - County Derry, Londonderry)
My gr gr grandfather, John McAulay and his brother, Thomas-both born Londonderry per Scotland death certificates. Their parents: James McAulay and Jane Bruce. John and Thomas born 1815-1829, James and Jane born 1785-1799. John to Scotland before 1845 and Thomas after 1843. John died 1902 and Thomas 1881 both in Scotland. Poor Records for John in Scotland indicate a presence in Bellaghy prior to move to Scotland. Believe James and Jane died by 1862-Scotland or Ireland???? Looking for marriage of James and Jane, siblings of John and Thomas, birth info for John and Thomas, marriage of Thomas to a Maria in Ireland, birth of Thomas and Maria's son, Thomas, in Ireland.
red mail MAY - (Carvagh, Garvagh - County Derry, Londonderry)
We are looking for any information about Robert May (father Thomas May) who married Ellen Sarah Starratt in 1873.Ellen's father's name was Hugh. Robert and Ellen had 9 children.In 1901 census they were living at house 12 in Bellury(Garvagh) with 5 of their children. In 1911 census Robert(widower) was at house 16 Bellury(Garvagh)with his son,James 22yrs & Robert's cousin,Sara Jane McCook aged 50.Robert's youngest son,Samuel,emmigrated to Canada and served with the canadian forces in WW1 in the transport division.
red mail Scottish Forrest To America ca. 1750 - (Carvagh, Garvagh - County Derry, Londonderry)
Looking for Forrest or DeForrest line with some relatives who migrated to America around 1750.
red mail Haggerty - (Carvagh, Garvagh - County Derry, Londonderry)
Page from my ggg-grandfather's Bible "Henery Hegerty, born May 1782 in the townland of Movenis, Parish of Desertohil (sic), Countey Londonderry. Pegey Hegerty born April 1780". Page continues with names and birthdates of their children. The family came to Canada in the 1830s-1840s. Would be interested to connect with anyone who is also researching this family.
McNiece, McCull, Johnson or Johnston - (Castledawson - County Derry, Londonderry)
Jane McNiece born 1834, Londonderry Ireland. Parents: John McNiece Religion: Church of England. Marriage: Friday 24 February 1854,CastledĂ wson Magherafelt Londonderry to Benjamin Johnston. Benjamin's parents were Benjamin Johnston and Betsy McCull. Ceremony by Reverend Mat Gamble. Witnesses: James Johnston, Robert Carr. Issue: Jane 1854, Elizabeth 1855, John 1860, Elizabeth 1861, Mary 1864, Benjamin 1866, Henry 1869, James 1871. Death Details: Sunday 25 December 1892, Bendigo. Jane died aged 56 years. Interment Details: December 1892, White Hills Cemetery Australia Common Grave Section C1. The Johnson family came to Australia in 1857 aboard the Star of the South. Looking for other family members.
red mail McElwee - (Castledawson - County Derry, Londonderry)
Looking for descendents of Robert and Margaret McElwee, had 3 sons that went to New Zealand in the 1880's also other children in Ireland. A daughter married a man with surname of Hanson?
red mail John Hillman 1805 - 1864 - (Castledawson - County Derry, Londonderry)
John Hillman, my emigrant ancestor. Born Castledawson 24 June 1805. Died (while visiting from his Wisconsin home) New York 24 September 1864. Emigrated from Ireland to Albany, NY ca. 1824 with his parents and elder siblings . Married 3rd November 1828 Jane Ann van Wormer (born 21st July 1809 Albany, NY: died Albany, NY 29th July 1889). He is one of several Hillmans working at addresses in Washington Street, Albany in the shoe trade in the later 1820s. I assume they were all most likely related, but I've not been able to figure out just where some of them fit in to the family. 9 children, probably. And probably all born in Albany, NY. By 1849 he had relocated to New Orleans, LA and it was from there that, with his eldest son, he set out on an expedition to California in response to 'Gold Rush' rumors. He returned quite soon, without any fortune, and fetched up farming in southern Wisconsin. His son, John Wesley Hillman 1832 - 1915, stayed out west several years and achieved minor celebrity status by 'discovering' Crater Lake in Oregon. The discovery was made in 1853, though the celebrity only came many years later when it was determined by others that Crater Lake was a National Treasure. I would welcome the chance to exchange genealogical info concerning the children or remoter descendants of John Hillman and Jane Ann van Wormer.
red mail EVANS OF CASTLEDAWSON - (Castledawson - County Derry, Londonderry)
I have hit a brickwall. Am looking for any information on Thomas Evans (farmer)wife Jane Evans nee Godfrey of Castledawson/Ballyscullion..They had three sons that I can locate.Arthur who married Mary Donnelly in Co Derry,Edward Evans and Thomas Godrey Evans they all migrated to Australia between 1848-58..Im seeking info on the parents.. All I have that they lived in the castledawson area in 1823 on ward? any help would be so appreciated.
red mail Rodgers Family - (Castledawson - County Derry, Londonderry)
G'Day searchers, I hope you are learning heaps about your ancestry. I am hoping to find information on the Rodgers family. My GGF John Rodgers was born (Marriage Certificate source) in Castledawson ~1861 and his parents were listed as James ~1832 and Margaret (nee Hawking) ~1834. It is likely but not confirmed that they were the Rodgers family that emigrated to Aust. aboard the 'Great Britain' in 1867. Could anybody help me to find details about the Rodgers family? I would love to get details for James and Margaret regarding their parents and birthplaces etc. I would be grateful for any help however small. Good Luck, Greg
red mail James Crawford - (Castlerock - County Derry, Londonderry)
James Crawford was born c1867 in Glebe, Castlerock, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland. He is the son of William Crawford (1820-1887) and Martha Moody (1829-1902). James emigrated to New Zealand and was never heard of again. He's a possible ancestor to Crawfords in New Zealand. If anyone has any information about this individual, please let me know. Thanks!
red mail CRAWFORD - (Castlerock - County Derry, Londonderry)
Looking for information about the Crawford family of Glebe, Castlerock, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Northern Ireland. Specifically looking for information about James Travers Crawford Senior who married Margaret Hunter in Castlerock, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland before 1820.
red mail Macready - (Castlerock - County Derry, Londonderry)
I am looking for any information on William Macready born c 1899-1900 who married Jeannie Madden c 1921 and had 3 children May Macready b October 1923 Martha Macready b 1925 George Macready b 1933. Jeannie passed away c 1948 and William and George came to England to live. William's mother married a widower and this is all that's known.
King/Mars - (Claudy, Cumber-Lady - County Derry, Londonderry)
Looking for info on Martha KING (bc 1820) who married John MARS on 9th Nov. 1841 in Allagh C.of I. May have been living in Lisbunnie at time of their marriage. John and Martha's daughter Mary m'd James Harper in 1888 in Allagh C.ofI. John and Martha's son Robert m'd Isabella Hoey in 1868 Trying to find Martha Kings parents.
red mail Kirkpatrick ,Leitch - (Coleraine, Colepaine, Cuil Rathain - County Derry, Londonderry)
I am after any and all information on the Leitch Families of Antrim.I am the G G Grandson of John Kirkpatrick of Ballinahone Antrim N.I He married Margaret Ann (known as Peggy) Leitch approx 1842-43 .Children were John 1844,Joseph 1846,Robert 1848,James 1851 (my G grandfather,emigrated to Australia 1881 with wife Catherine Jane Nee McCook),Samuel 1853(of Salem Lodge) and Margaret 1854(Married John Moore Of Preistland). If anyone has any info I would be grateful as I can't locate any more details on Peggy or her pedigree except she had a brother Joseph and a nephew of the same name. Thanks in anticipation from Australia
red mail William Wallace of Coleraine - (Coleraine, Colepaine, Cuil Rathain - County Derry, Londonderry)
I'm seeking any information on the ancestors of William Wallace born 4/7/1807 in Coleraine and died 1/11/1883 Grahamstown, South Africa. He married Mary Jane Gough from Armagh who bore him seven children. It is possible that his parents were James and Jane ( nee Wallace, also). He was a watchmaker by trade, before joining the British Army. His half sister Ann, born ca. 1794 married my GGgrandfather George Priestly in Belfast in 1820. Ann's mother's name is also unknown.
red mail James Rodman (1697) - (Coleraine, Colepaine, Cuil Rathain - County Derry, Londonderry)
I am looking for info on James Rodman (1697) Who married Elizabeth Who had a child named William (1721) Around Londonberry / Coleraine
red mail Andrews/Woodside families - (Coleraine, Colepaine, Cuil Rathain - County Derry, Londonderry)
I am seeking information on my ggg grandfather, Samuel Andrews b 25 Nov 1783 at Coleraine, Londerry & who married Jane Woodside in 1804. Their son Joseph emmigrated to Australia in the ship "Portland" in 1887. I can not find any further information or records on Samuel or Jane. Any assistance would be gratefully received.
red mail ADAMS family history - (Coleraine, Colepaine, Cuil Rathain - County Derry, Londonderry)
I am researching the family of my grandfather, Thomas Adams (Snr), who was born 29 June 1880 to Henry Adams and Mary Dogherty who lived in Killowen Street, Coleraine. Thomas served in WW1,with the 36th (Ulster) Div, in France and Gallipoli, joining the Royal Irish Rifles, The Royal Inniskilling Fusilers and the Royal Engineers. After his war service, trained as a stevedore, he took employment with the inland waterways and eventually worked (until retirement) at Coleraine Harbour. I am looking for details of Thomas father, Henry (1860-1920 approx.) and his siblings and also his wife Mary (1854-1914approx.)and her siblings. Mary was originally from Boho (pronounced BO), in Fermanagh. Thomas and his wife Charlotte Turner (Ballyness, Somerset, Castleroe, Coleraine) were married at Camus Juxta Bann church in Macosquin. All information would be warmly appreciated.
red mail HATRICK - (Creggan, near Derry - County Derry, Londonderry)
Any and all details about the Hatrick family of Creggan and Glendermott.
red mail Crindle Nr Limavady - (Crindle - County Derry, Londonderry)
Thank you for this opportunity to post message. I'm researching information on the Taylor family from Myroe, Limavady, and Londonderry. My grandfather's name was David Taylor and he married Elizabeth Hunter on 21 Nov 1895. He was born at Drumachose about 1875 and was a Journeyman Shoemaker. His father was James Taylor and his mother was Rachel Hunter and they married on 08 May 1862 at Myroe Presbyterian Church Limavady, Londonderry Sometime between 1895 and 1897 David and his wife Elizabeth moved to Govan Glasgow. Where he and his brother Robert James Taylor also, a Journeyman Shoemaker ran a small shop. I know that some of his brothers went to Glasgow, but subsequently moved back to the Limavady area. The area names that have cropped up for the family are Crindle, Myroe, Bellarena and Drumachose. See Birth information below: Name  William James Taylor Date of Birth  2/Jul/1868 Place of Birth - Bellarena, Newtown Iimivady, Londonderry. Father  James Taylor Mother  Rachel Henderson Name  Joseph Taylor Date of Birth - 8/Jan/1871 Place of Birth - Bellarena, Newtown Iimivady, Londonderry Father - James Taylor Mother - Rachel Henderson Name  David Taylor Date of Birth  29/Nov/ 1873 Place of Birth -. Drumachose, Newtown Iimivady, Londonderry Father  James Taylor Mother  Rachel Henderson Spouse  Elizabeth Hunter Date of Marriage  21 Nov 1895 Place of Marriage - Myroe Presbyterian Church Limavady, Londonderry Name  John Taylor Date of Birth  1890 Place of Birth -. Myroe, Newtown Iimivady, Londonderry Father  James Taylor Mother  Rachel Henderson Name  Robert James Taylor Date of Birth  14 Mar 1877 Place of Birth - Newtown Iimivady, Londonderry. Father  James Taylor Mother  Rachel Henderson Spouse  Margaret Simpson Date of Marriage - 22 Jun 1899 Place of Marriage  Myroe Presbyterian Church Limavady, Londonderry Parents for Margaret Simpson are Robert Simpson and Margaret Butcher. Below is information from the 1911 Census: Residents of house number 13 in Crindle Town(Myroe , Londonderry) Surname Forename Age Sex Taylor James 71 Male Taylor Rachel 66 Female Taylor John 20 - B.1891 Male Taylor Joseph 40 - B.1871 Male Dwyer Jennie 3 Female If anyone has any information relating to any of my relatives I would be forever grateful. Thank you Tom Taylor
red mail Watson, Montgomery, Brown - (Culmore - County Derry, Londonderry)
I am trying to get some information on my Great-Grandparents Robert Watson and Sarah Jane Montgomery. Robert was born on 18 February 1897, I think in Letterkenny and Sarah Jane was born 25 May 1895 somewhere in Donegal. Any information on these two would be gratefully received. They were married on 23 May 1921 in Culmore, County Londonderry. I know that Sarah Jane was married before to a William John Brown, but I don't know anything about William at all. I know that both marriages resulted in children, but again I am unsure of how many, so any information would be gratefully received. Please can anyone help me fill in the blanks. Thank you Sheryl
red mail Paul and Crockett - (Culnady - County Derry, Londonderry)
I am looking for records of Catherine CROCKETT (nee PAUL) who apparently lived in Culnady Co Londonderry. I am told her father was Anthony Forrester Paul and her mother Elizabeth Wirkman. She had a sister Named Eliza who married John MacCurdy.
red mail Ancestors of Peter Kelly - (Desertmartin - County Derry, Londonderry)
Peter Kelly emigrated to the U.S. during the great famine (circa 1845-1850), settling and having a family in Paterson, New Jersey. Peter died in 1880 in Paterson. We are seeking the names of his parents. There is evidence that the father's name was either Teague Kelly or Terence Kelly. This family was from Iniscarn, Desertmartin. Thank you.
Huey - (Eglinton - County Derry, Londonderry)
Can anyone give me any information on Spencer or William Huey of Eglinton
red mail Kane and McLuskey/McCluskey - (Feeny - County Derry, Londonderry)
Patrick Kane (O'Kane in 1901 Glasgow Census) married to a Rose Ann McLuskey/McCluskey in the Feeny/Limavady regions. They had 3 sons and 3 daughters, starting from the eldest, Michael Kane, born about 1883, Ellen b: 1886, Patrick b: 1889, Maggie b: 1892, bridget b: 1896 and Henry James born in 1897. They all moved to Glasgow between 1897 and 1901 where they settled down and lived their new life. I'm descended fro Henry James, and of course Patrick. Patrick's father was John Kane and mother was Mary McWilliam. Anyone knows anymore information would be most helpful.
red mail My ancestors came from there- - (Gortnamoyagh - County Derry, Londonderry)
Ester Dobbins 1821 to 1855 (Born Errigle Parish, Gortnamoyagh near Garvagh in County Derry, Ireland. Associated with First Garvagh Presbyterian Church. Died Cambusnethan Parish near Wishaw, Lanark County Scotland now part of Glasgow. Of TB. Moved from Ireland in 1847.) and her parents Thomas Dabbin laborer 1800? To Before 1855? & Hannah Blair 1800? To 1855? Ester Dobbins married Thomas Straiton,ttom,ruitton,chan abt 1820 to 1863 possibly in Garvagh, and they had a son born, James Stratton. Moved from Ireland in to Glasgow for coal mining in 1847. After Ester's death in 1855 He married a second wife, Panive,Nancy,Agnes,Ann Nickol,Nickol whose father was George Nichol, 1856 back in Derry Ireland. Found the Church record of the wedding on the Bann Valley web site--First Presby Church of Garvagh. But George & Nancy lived in Edenban, Fermgargh Country, Ulster, Ireland farther south. Thomas's parents James Stratlin and Sarah Donnley born abt 1800 I'm guessing. I found James as a witness at a Gilmore/Stratton wedding in Garvagh, but I think he ended up in Newtonlands in 1863--was a cotton weaver. I'd like help finding my other ancestors and where they came from before they were from Ulster. Thanks.
red mail Whiteside - (Greysteel - County Derry, Londonderry)
Researching Sarah Whiteside b1895. d1964 Glasgow m. Andrew McFarland
red mail Lowrie - (Killaloo - County Derry, Londonderry)
Does anyone have any information about the Lowrie family from Killaloo, Londonderry. My great grandfather was Stewart James Lowrie born 1896. His father was James Lowrie & mother was Elizabeth Docherty or Doherty, they moved to Scotland sometime after 1896 where Stewart married Matilda Patterson Mills in 1922 they had 3 children together, Margaret, John & William. Any information would be much appreciated
red mail Family history search - (Limavady Junction - County Derry, Londonderry)
Andrew and Martha Steele Pollock were parents of nine children. My gggfather Hugh Steele Pollock was their second son (b.1820). He married Mary Jane Cochran and their daughter Matilda Jane was my ggrandmother. They came to america in the 1840s - to Philadelphia. I would like further information on them. I believe they were Covenenters
red mail Harrold - (Limavady Junction - County Derry, Londonderry)
Looking for any information on William Harrold or Harold. He was born in 1821. His father was John and his mother was Maria. They left Derry around 1845 or a little before.
red mail Smyth - Macosquin - (Macosquin, and Parish - County Derry, Londonderry)
Alexander SMYTH of Drumcroon (Macosquin parish, Londonderry Married Jane DOWNES 1873 in Coleraine. His father was William SMYTH of Drumcroon. Can anyone give me any information on William, please? Thomas
red mail Hunter - (Macosquin, and Parish - County Derry, Londonderry)
I'm looking for details of Andrew Hunter born Coleraine about 1800. He joined the Royal Sappers & Miners in 1826 when they were surveying in the area. His eldest son is called Charles Halbert Mallock (or Mellish) Hunter. Father Andrew was discharged in 1829 and received a pension. He and his family moved to Canada sometime in the late 1840's Any details of their time in Ireland would be gratefully received, especially the names of the son, Charles.
red mail Smyth-Macosquin-Drumaquill - (Macosquin, and Parish - County Derry, Londonderry)
I would like to know if anyone has information about my relative Samuel Smyth and his family. Samuel came from Ballinteer. He married Jane Blair who came from Ballinrees in the 2nd Dunboe church in 1853. After they married they had a farm at "Drumaquill". Among their children they had four daughters: Mary Ann, Martha, Margaret and Liza which I found baptizmal records for at the 2nd Dunboe church, but the church did not have records of Samuel's children before 1865 and I know that Samuel had a son because my grandmother told me that this son took over the farm. Samuel's father's name was James Smyth and Jane blair's father's name was John Blair
red mail Cust/Allen family - (Magilligan - County Derry, Londonderry)
Looking for information on James CUST (died in Magilligan in 1901) and Rose ALLEN CUST who emigrated to Canada in 1903 with her children.
red mail Carol Brady - (New Buildings - County Derry, Londonderry)
James Kelly m Annie Mary Burke and had sons Joseph and James Kelly who left Ireland and went to Western Australia about late 1920s Two sisters Sarah and Tilly stayed in Ireland (as far as I know)
red mail Cunningham/Cochrane - (New Buildings - County Derry, Londonderry)
I am researching the Cunningham's in New Buildings. Sarah Jane Cunningham married Thomas Alexander Cochrane in New Buildings in 15th January 1884. I would welcome information on both families.
red mail John Black and Charlotte Jacques - (Portstewart - County Derry, Londonderry)
Looking for any information about this couple. Their children were born in PortStewart, Londonderry but Charlotte is of French descent (believe her father was French Hugeonot and mother Irish) and John is apparently of Scottish descent but I believe both were born in Ireland although I cannot confirm this. John born c1796 and Charlotte c1807. Last child born 1854, came to Australia in 1858. Would dearly love to know more about them. Thanks from Australia Abigail
red mail Brewster and McKirgan families - (Portstewart - County Derry, Londonderry)
Looking for information on these families. Daniel Brewster born c1815 Ireland with `wife`(not found record of marriage yet) Susanna McKirgan born c1823 Ireland. Believe residing in Portstewart as first child Ellen born 1842 and baptised in Portstewart. Family went to Rutland, England where Daniel was a coachman or groom. Twelve more children after this.Have done all English research on this family but can back no further with Irish history.
red mail Foster family in Australia - (Somerset - County Derry, Londonderry)
Hello from Adelaide, South Australia, My grandpa has just recently moved himself into a retirement village and left all his "old junk" for the 'scrap man'. Amongst this "old junk" is photos of a family of children fostered by my great grandmother during the early 1900s. They are not my genetic family but I'm hoping that someone out there may be linked to them and can give the photos a good home. I am yet to see them but I am told they are of the FOSTER family (no pun intended). The boys were named Starrly, Alf, Leigh (or Lee),Wayne Rodger (and maybe a girl named Rose) FOSTER. I have photos of Starr's wedding already and would love them to go to the appropriate folks as I dont feel I have any right to own them. If anyone can help locate the FOSTER family I would be most grateful. I am happy to post them to the relatives of these people for FREE. Please let me know asap and I will do all I can. Regards Carol.
red mail Mountstephen information please - (Somerset - County Derry, Londonderry)
Hello, is anyone researching the Mountstephen or Loller names please. Thomas b 1825 & his wife Sarah Loller b 1825 came to Australia 1849. They had a daughter Martha. Sarah's brother John & wife Eliza Lommon also travelled on 'William Money" 1849...TIA dee Brisbane
red mail Mills Bradley - (Swatragh - County Derry, Londonderry)
Looking for information of predecessors and decedents of Joseph Mills and Mary (possibly Elizabeth) Bradley, married in Swatragh October 28, 1869
red mail Jeanie Bolton - (Swatragh - County Derry, Londonderry)
Jeanie Bolton lived here in 1941 when my ancestor Hugh Bolton died in her house she is mentioned in his will and I have letter from her in response from 1941.would like to find out more of her connection and of other family members Is there a Bolton family memorial in Bovedy not sure of correct spelling.I do have more research to exchange
red mail KIRKPATRICK - (Swatragh - County Derry, Londonderry)
Kirkpatrick, James Kirkpatrick, James G and Annie Mary Simms Kirkpatrick, Alexander (brother of James G) Kirkpatrick Mary Jane (sister of James G) and Joseph Johnston Kirkpatrick Ann Mary Matilda (dau of James G and Annie Mary)and William Henry Porter Kirkpatrick Nancy Ann (Nan) dau of James G and Annie Mary Looking for any information on the above Kirkpatrick family members (or any additional members). I have info from the 1901 and 1911 Census of Ireland (1911 lists family as Kilpatrick). Really want to learn more about my family--my mom (Margaret Isobel Porter) was a citizen of Ireland her entire life (moved to the US in 1948 with her family).
red mail McKenna of Tirkane - (Tirkane - County Derry, Londonderry)
My husband's family lived in Kilrea from 1847 to 1972. I have evidence that his great grandfather, Henry McKenna, originally came from the townland of Tirkane in the parish of Killelagh. A daughter, Isabella, was born in Kilrea in 1847. A Bernard McKenna from Tirkane was one of her sponsors. Another daughter, Maria, was born in 1850. There is no birth record for his son John, my husband's grandfather. I'm looking for descendants of Isabella or Maria , and for descendants of Bernard McKenna of Tirkane, or a descendant of any of the McKennas listed in Tirkane in the 1831 census and in Griffiths valuation. Here's hoping! Patricia
red mail Bolton family - (Upperland, Upperlands - County Derry, Londonderry)
Help tracing Ancestry of Hugh Bolton b 1862 Upperlands Ballyman? father William mother Ann Starrett.part of the family in further generations moved to Glasgow.I do have some of my own research to exchange
red mail Bolton - William /Ann Starrett family - (Upperland, Upperlands - County Derry, Londonderry)
Searching for descendants from William Bolton and Ann Starrett of Lismoyle, County Derry. To my knowledge there were five children in this family. Joseph ( my husband's line ) born 1855 who married Jeannie Fyfe in Glasgow. They had three perhaps four children Joseph ( our line) ,William and Robert. There was perhaps a daughter in this family. The other children of William and Ann Bolton were William and Hugh who went initially to Glasgow with Joseph, and John and Annie who stayed in Ireland. Several daughters and family of Annie Bolton remained in the area and we meet with them when we visited Ireland and Lismoyle farm. Have information from several of the local cemetries. Looking for Joseph Bolton of Glasgow sons William and Robert BOLTON or their descendants.
red mail Dinsmore/Montgomery/Kelso Families - (Upperland, Upperlands - County Derry, Londonderry)
Are you related to Thomas Dinsmore? Thomas married Jane Montgomery ( 192?) and had 3 children, Mgt Elizabeth, David and John. If you think you may be related to Thomas I should be grateful if you would help me fill in some of the blanks in my family tree.

 
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