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red mail Chapman family in Aghalee
I'm looking for any information about my Chapman family ancestors. My great great grandad John Chapman was born about 1818 and married Elizabeth. Their son, my great grandad George was born around 1846 and his sister Elizabeth around 1847. I know George and his sister left for Liverpool with William Kidd before 1867. George died in Liverpool in 1884 and Elizabeth in 1895. Any information would be great.
Thom(p)son, Robinson
William Thom(p)son married Mary Robinson in Aghalee in 1811. Can anyone confirm that this couple and/or their sons moved to Glasgow some time before 1841? William may have been a butcher or weaver. Any information on the family gratefully received.
red mail johnston
Looking for anyone who maybe related to the family of Robert Johnston baptised 24 Feb 1822 Aintree Aghalee and his wife Margaret Dempsey born Ireland . They were married 6 November 1840 in Ireland. They had 7 children that I know of John,James, William, Margaret, Robert, Elizabeth and Thomas. They moved to Scotland in about 1855. Looking for their birth dates and their parents names. Would dearly love to find living relatives of this family line also. Thankyou Robyn
red mail Brankin
My grandfather, James Brankin, was born in Aghalee in 1862. His three sisters, Anna, Alicia and Elizabeth were also born there in 1860, 1864 and 1866. They were all baptised in Magheralin in Co Down. They had a younger brother, Thomas Henry, who was born in Belfast in 1868. The family moved to England some time after this date.
red mail Mallon family
I am interested in the Mallon family, farmers in Aghalee early in the 19th century. Also their descendents in Liverpool and Manchester. Does anyone have any information, however trivial?

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