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red mail Mccaw Family From Portglenone
William John McCaw, son of George, married Elizabeth Mulholland April 21 1851 Magherafelt. Her father was Henry. Known family were Nancy (Annie) born about 1857,Portglenone; John about 1865; Ellen born Sepember 23 1865, William born about 1879 married a Martha; Vernor born about 1880 married Lizzie (Lily) Hyndman. The Nancy at 20yrs old emmigrated to New Zealand in 1877 and married a Lurgan,Belfast man William Robert Waite in 1878. I wish to find as many connections as possible about these families to share research.
red mail Jones/May
Looking for details of Matilda Jones, born 1861. She married a British soldier George May and had three children in Ireland, Anny May, Eliza Jane, Carrie and later moved to Lancashire. They had another two children, George and Matilda Jr. born in England
red mail Stalford
My Stalford family originated in Hillsborough, County Antrim. The earliest related Stalford I know is Samuel (born 1831). His son was William James Stalford (born 1856). The family moved to Cumberland, England and later to the Liverpool area. This surname is rare and I'd like to share any info.
red mail Thompson-Montgomery
Searching for any info. on John Thompson and Margaret (Peggy) Montgomery married Antrim abt. 1819.There were 8 children.Mary born 1820 died 1824. James,1822, William 1825, Robert, 1829, Samuel, 1831, Nancy 1834, Margaret Ann. 1837. Samuel was my Grt.grandfather. Married Mary Wilson of Antrim. John listed as blacksmith dcd.on marriage cert. Margaret living.any connection info. would be welcome.
red mail Rainey Family
I am currently researching my family history, if anyone could give me information about the Rainey family in Ahoghill, it would be greatly appreciated. I would be interested in information regarding Anthony, William, Jack, Jim, Alexander, Lizzie, Rose and Jeannie Rainey. Many Thanks
red mail Robert Hunter and Sarah Peacock
Robert Hunter & Sarah Peacock had a son John bn about 1843.He married Agnes Murdock ,they had 7 children .Robert,Elizabeth,Sarah,Catherine,John,Samuel & William .About 1889 they moved to Lanarkshire Scotland I think for the steel works.Any info wouldbe grateful.
red mail Carnmoney (Presbyterian)
I have a direct ancestor, Robert Kirkpatrick bapt. at above 1800, father believed to be Hugh Kirkpatrick. Can anybody supply further details? Any relatives still in the area? Please get in touch. Thanks!
red mail Samuel Harper 1715b -1760d
I am searching for any family history or connection to Samuel Harper born 1715 in County Antrim, Ulster, he migrated here to the USA sometime between 1729 and 1735, He died in Straban Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania Sept 15 1760. I am searching for his parents names, his wife Jane's maiden name, and possible ship's name he may have sailed on.
red mail Faris/Faries/Farris
Looking for any info on Edward T Faris(also possible Robert Edward T Faries) from Antrim Ireland (wife unknown) had sons by the name of Moses (died July 11,1812) John W. (died after 1837) and Samuel W. (died april 3,1844). Migrated from Ireland late 1700's to early 1800's to USA via Charleston, South Carolina and settled in York County, South Carolina (Clover, SC and Bethany, SC)
red mail Mcgladdery family
I am looking for info on Samuel Milliken Mcgladdery born Tildarg 1902 went South Africa)his father was alexander) Also looking for any info on Robert Mcgladdery who had a daughter Joan. Would appreciate any information or help

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