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red mail HUNTER, Doagh, Grange of Doagh
Mary HUNTER was my great grandmother. On her marriage certificate, her address was Doagh, Grange of Doagh. She married my great grandfather, James MCCLENAHAN, a teacher, living at Shankhill Road, Belfast on 19 March 1859 at York Street non-subscribing Presbyterian Church. From this certificate, I estimate her birth date to be about 1836. Her father was John HUNTER, a farmer. A John HUNTER appears both as tenant and landholder on the Griffiths valuation. There were a number of people with the surname, HUNTER in Doagh and Ballyclare on the survey. Were they related? I have no further information about the Hunter family and would be interested to contact anyone with interest in or information about the Hunters or Maclenahans (various spellings of the latter). We are fairly confident that Mary died at Belfast Royal Hospital (now, the Royal Victoria Hospital) on 1 Nov 1877. She does not appear with other Maclenahans in the cemeteries in Belfast. Her daughter was buried in Doagh graveyard earlier that year, so she may have been buried there, too.


 
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