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County Fermanagh, Fear Manach, FER, (Province of Ulster, Ulaidh)
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red mail montgomery family clay fermanagh
looking for any information on the family of george montgomery 1815 in clay fermanagh i dont have any details of his parents and this is what id like to find he eloped with elizabeth montgomery(her maiden name was montgomery too)in 1842 and they were in scotland in 1845 in glasgow .
red mail Armstrong-Brown emigration to Canada
Abt. 1830-31, Henry Brown & Jane Armstrong emigrated to Canada as their first 2 sons, William Armstrong Brown and Thomas Armstrong Brown were born in 1832 & 1834, respectively, in Montreal. Family history relates their origin as County Fermanagh & in the 1940s, some descendants visited County Fermanagh. NO VILLAGE OR PARISH connection is known. Canadian censuses have Henry's birthyear abt. 1798-1800 & Jane Armstrong's birthyear abt. 1800-02. They settled in Grey County and then Collingwood, Simcoe County, Ontario (Canada West). Looking for village/parish records to confirm birth, baptism, marriage and maybe emigration record in addition to other members of their families.
red mail Connolly, Leonard, McEvoy--Fermanagh to Massachusetts, USA
Hoping to get in touch with someone who has information on: 1) Hugh and Anne Leonard Connolly were parents of Jane Connolly (b. abt. 1833 Fermanagh) 2) in Massachusetts, Jane Connolly married James McEvoy( b. Aug. 1, 1830 in Co Louth) and their son, Thomas Aloysius McAvoy, was my grandfather. I'd like to know more about Hugh Connolly and Anne Leonard, thank you.
red mail Johnston, Richard about 1850
Looking for information regarding my great grandfather Richard Johnston, born between 1845 and 1850 to William and Margaret Johnston. Apparently, he was born near McGuiresbridge. There may have been two or three other sons. William was originally from Scotland. Richard left for Canada around 1864 to settle in the Barrie, Ontario area. Any and all information would be greatly appreciated. Regards, Jerry
red mail Trotter/Montgomery
My Great Grandparents were Robert Trotter born 1828 in Clones Fermanagh.His wife was Jane Montgomery born Ireland.Robert was a soldier with 34th regiment,his father was James Trotter and her father was John Montgomery.They married in Colchester England where he was stationed.As far as I know they never went back to Ireland,they settled in Liverpool,they had 5 children
red mail Walmsley/ Barton
Still looking for more information on William Walmsley, born approx 1822, Magheraculmoney, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. Parents were George Walmsley & Mary Barton. William emergrated to Sydney Australia, aboard the ship "Theresa", arriving in Australia on 25th Aug 1842. Single male, 18 years old. He married Margaret Sharkey (possibly met on the ship?),in Sydney, in 1843.
red mail HOLLAND
Searching for information on James Holland, born Feb. 9, 1739 in Enniskillen. James married Rebecca (surname unknown), who was born Jun 7, 1742. James' father was Mordica Holland.
red mail Enniskillen Cambridge/Lilley
Searching for decendants of Ann Lilley married to James Cambridge. He died in the Enniskillen Workhouse in 1847 where he went with his children Rebecca Jane Bessy and Samuel. Rebecca arrived in Australia in 1850. She was a potato famine orphan. Would very much appreciate any information. Thanks Jan
red mail McIver William,
red mail Johnson / Johnston
John Johnson (Johnston) was born in Fermanagh in approx. 1827. He married Elizabeth Mason in 1862 in Wiltshire, England, where he served as a Police Constable until his death in 1890. I would really like to know more about him and his roots.

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