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Goodwin John 1776-1846
John Goodwin born Dungannon Barony, Tyrone County. He married Catherine Shannon. Children were Francis, Owen John, Mary, James and Rosanna, all born in North Dugannon before emigrating to Prince Edward County, Upper Canada in 1819. He is my 4th Great Grandfather. I'd be very interested in knowing more about this family: ancestors, births, deaths, marriages, ship records etc.
Posted: 2018, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
red mail Joseph Edward Millar
Does anyone have any information about this man? He had a farm in late 1800s - early 1930s. One of his boys, Enest Norman Millar, joined the Navy in WW2. After the war he lived in Chester, England. He married Sheila and they emigrated to Melbourne, Australia in the 1950s.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Cross/Truman families of Lowertown near Dungannon
Thomas Cross married Margaret Trueman in Killyman Church in 1820. Both the Cross and Trueman families were farmers in Lowertown townland. I would like to learn more about the ancestors of both families.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Curran/Curren & McVeigh/McVay
I am researching the Curran(Curren)branch of my family & I have found the marriage between my g-g-grandfather, James Curran and Anne McVeigh in the Dungannon Roman Catholic Church, County Tyrone, on 12 Feb 1873. I would love to hear from anyone with links to either of these families or who might have access to local parish records to find out if James Curran's family were from the local area. I think his father may have been Patrick Curran, a farmer.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Cavenett - a location ?
Cavenett. We are trying to find the region or place called Cavenett in this area. It was given as a place name in a list of residents of Dungannon locality about 100 years ago. Does it still exist? How/Why might it have been given the name? Any help will be appreciated. We were born in and live in Australia, so cannot research in Dungannon ourselves.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2019
Mc Cann Family.
I am looking for any info on the Mc Cann family living between William Street and Irish St Dungannon about 1878 onwards. My Grandmother was Mary Jane Mc Cann,her parents were John Mc Cann and Jane Mc Bride.Her brother was George Mc Cann born 1879 in Irish st Dungannon.The family moved to Scotland but George remained with his grandfather,John Mc Cann who was a Joiner to trade. Any help would be welcomed,Joan.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Rodger O'Kane
My gggrandfather, Rodger O'Kane,was living in Dungannon when he married my gggrandmother, Ellen {Mary Ann} Massey in Belfast in 1822. I would love to hear from anyone knowing anything of this family. Joyce
Posted: 2010, Contact email reconfirmed: 2018
red mail McSherry family
I am looking for a Thomas McSherry, the father of Anne (Annie) Mcsherry (b. in Belfast in 1872 but lived in Dungannon) and son Thomas (b.1874), also lived in Dungannon. The two siblings appear on the 1901 census for Dungannon when Annie McSherry (unmarried) lived with her son, Edward John McSherry b.1900 and her Aunt Jane McSherry was Head of the family) and son Thomas with his own wife and children. There is a Thomas McSherry died 1918 in Dungannon (estimated date of birth1845). I have been unable to find a marriage for him but the mother of his two children, Thomas and Annie, was a Matilda Butler. If anyone can provide any information that links this Thomas McSherry with a Matilda Butler and the two siblings I would be very grateful. Marion
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Reilly/Brady/O'Reilly
James Reilly b. County Cavan about 1810 married Mary Brady b. County Meath about 1825. They had at least the following children: Daniel b. Cavan about 1840; John b. Cavan c. 1843; Bridget c. 1849; James b. Cavan c 1850; Nicholas b. Down, 1851; Thomas b. Cavan c. 1852; Margaret b. Down, 1861. In 1901, Mary and her children Thomas and Margaret lived at Ballysaggart, Dungannon. Members of the family lived at Windmill Hill, Dungannon for many years and members still live in Dungannon. Bridget, Margaret and James emigrated to the U.S. Nicholas O'Reilly, my grandfather, married Mary McAnulty on 7 Jan 1884 at the Catholic chapel in Dungannon. He lived at Scotch St., Dungannon at the time. In 1901 Nicholas and his family also lived at Ballysaggart Town, Dungannon and by 1911 they had moved to Belfast. If you know anything about any members of this family I would appreciate your contacting me.
Posted: 2007, Contact email reconfirmed: 2017
red mail BROWNS from County Tyrone
Searching for any connections to the following persons. 1. Margaret Brown from County Tyrone born c 1799. Married a Robert Mclarnon. 2. Robert Brown, wife Eliza and two children from Darringah??? near Dungannon, County of Tyrone.Might be Derraghadoan. Sponsored to NZ in 1959. 3. Robert Brown (39) ,his wife Elaby (Wade) (24) in 1849. Possible marriage 12 Oct 1847 Tullanisken, Tyrone. 4. Peter Brown (37) his wife Elizabeth (36) children James (16) William (14) Thomas (12) John (10) Margaret (6) Ages all in 1849. Robert & Peter Brown from the Parish of Drumglass, near Dungannon, County Tyrone. Any help mostly appreciated.

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