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red mail Ann or Annie Jane Lee b. 1854 in Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Ireland
Hi there, I am looking for my 3rd Great Grandmother, Ann or Annie Jane Lee born in Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Ireland abt 1854. Im afraid thats all I have as she immigrated to London as a child and married there in 1878. Anyone with any information please get in touch. Louise
red mail Primative Methodism
I am looking for information about primative methodists in the County of Fermanagh and area in the 1800 hundreds.
red mail Peter Clarke born 1820 in Enniskillen
Peter Clarke was my gt gt grandfather. He moved from Ireland to Manchester, England about 1845. 1851 Census record shows he was head of a family living in Chorlton on Medlock. His occupation is "Joiner", born in Enniskillen. His family comprised wife Margaret (ne Slowey), occupation "dress maker" born in Co Cavan, sons Terence James aged 3 years and John aged 1 year both born in Manchester, and Mother in law Mary Slowey aged 49. I would really like to know more of the lives of Peter, Margaret and Mary Slowey before they moved to Manchester. The 1861 census shows that Peter is entered as "John" and he is now a journeyman, but the names and ages of the other members of the family confirm it to be the same family.
red mail McManus, Bernard
Born in Enniskillen c 1824. Father Bernard or Brian. Mother Rose?.Possibly in Knocklough? Also known as Joseph sometimes. Moved to Armagh and transported to Australia in 1839 for theft. No further details known
red mail Geddes family of Enniskillen
Hello! I'm looking for Geddes family of (near) Enniskillen. My ancestor ELiza Jane Geddes (b.1832 or 1833)went to Australia where she was married (James Heydon Leslie)- her parents were John Geddes and Jane Willis. I am happy to share information with other Geddes descendants
red mail O'Reilly
Catherine O'Reilly my ggggrandmother born c1830 was placed in Ballycaddy house at age 16.She left there at age 18 came to Australia on the Daidum
red mail mary jane lunney
I am looking for any information on my grandmother Mary Jane Lunney who was born in kilmora, enniskillen. I think her father's name was hugh and she had a brother called Patrick. She was born 22 Feb 1900, she moved to Belfast in around 1918 and to london in 1921 when she married Patrick Connolly. I can not find any information at all and would be grateful for any leads or suggestions.
red mail Stewart Burns
I am searching for details of the above mentioned who was my great grandfather's half brother. I beleive he married in the 1860's possibly to a Sarah Wilson (not confirmed). Should it be confirmed they had at least six children, namely, Catherine- b-1867, Anne Jane- b-1869, William-b-1870, James-b-1870, John-b-1874 and Sarah Anne-b-1876. My great grandfather was called Robert Burns. My g g grandfather was William Burns who was first married to a Jane Lyons and they were the parents of Stewart Burns, born 30 November 1843 and baptised on 10 December 1843 at the 3rd Rathfriland Presbyterian Church. My g g grandfather remarried in October 1859 at a Banbridge Church. At that time he was a widower. He married Martha Dalzell and they were my great great parents. Any information would be greatly appreciated Tom
red mail Maguire Joseph
Information wanted on Joe Maguire who died approximately 1905. Married to Mary Mcloughlin. Lived Dame St, Enniskillen.Children Ann Jane, Josie.
red mail McFayden/McFadden/McFaden
Trying to find info on the above family. Particularly David and Mary (nee Read) and their children, Thomas, Mary Ann, Elizabeth and Margaret. All b. in the 1830s and 1840s. The children and their mother are known to have emigrated to Australia

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