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RASHEE Co Antrim LEWIS (132095)
My Welsh Great Grandfather Cpt John Lewis b ca 1863/4 married Lizzie JAMISON in Oct 1890 at Lylehill Pres Church. The only further link that I have is that his father's name was also John Lewis and a farmer - but in Wales or in Rashee, which is the address Cpt John gave. There is also a Samuel John Lewis marriage in 1888 in the same church above and don't know if this is John's older or younger brother. Or even if there is any connection. Does anyone know anything about the WELSH LEWIS family connections in Northern Ireland, other than those of CS LEWIS, of which I am already familiar. Thanks! Fiona
My GX3 Granddad was James JAMI(E)SON b in Carnmoney or Carntell (2) about 1811/12 and his father was probably called Wm or Wm John and his mother was Jenny or Jennet or Janet SOMEBODY? Chances are that they married at Carnmoney Pres Church sometime before that, OR they came from Scotland. I have information about a James JAMISON a possible Grandfather of James's who lived in Ballynure in 1790ish. Don't know if there is a connection. James JAMISON married Agnes McCLEAN at Ballyeaston 1P Chuch in 1837. Agnes's parents were John McClean and Elizabeth McAlexander. ANY HELP TO TRACE THE JAMI(E)SON LINE IS WELCOMED! Fiona
Ballynure McKinstrys (132091)
Thomas McKINSTRY married Elizabeth ADAMS in Ballynure Pres Chuch in 1842 but records show that my GG Grandma Mary was born a year earlier. She married Wm John Jami(e)son in the same church on 3 March 1863 but would like to know if Thomas and Elizabeth are definitely Mary's parents and any other information about the Ballynure McKinstrys. I know that there was a McKinstry shop in the village opposite the police station in 1790, and that their cellar was used for secret meetings of the United Ulstermen. Thanks! Fiona

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