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Ardoyne, Ard Eoin, Ard Eoghan County Antrim
Pronunciation of Ard Eoin, Ard Eoghan is pretty much as the English Ardoyne, to rhyme with English "loin". It is incorrect to use the definite article ie The Ardoyne.

Although Ard Eoin is common, Ard Eo...
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William BROWN, 1812-1881 Dunfermline, Fife, linen weaver, moved with his 1st wife, Elizabeth SIMPSON whom he'd married in 1832 to Ardoyne after the births of Eliza 1832 & William 1834. Mary, my great grandmother was born to them in Ardoyne c. 1840 (precisely when/where??) and James c. 1843. Elizabeth (nee SIMPSON)BROWN died shortly thereafter (precisely when/where?) and William BROWN sen. then married in Ardoyne (precisely when/where?) Theresa RICHARDSON who had been born c. 1812 in Belfast. By 1849 they had moved to Dunfermline, where George BROWN was born c. 1849 and Robert BROWN c. 1850. Theresa died in Dunfermline 4 Aug. 1873. Mary BROWN born Ardoyne c. 1840 emigrated to South Aust. 1860 and married Henry CAVENETT in St Mark's Anglican Church, Penwortham near Clare, South Australia 29 Aug. 1861. They were my great grandparents.

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