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red mail NICHOLL (NICHOL, NICHOLLS), John, b. 1636 Antrim
John NICHOLL arrived in the Province of Maryland, Colonial America about 1665 as an indentured laborer. All branches of his many descendants carry a family tradition that says that he was an Ulster Scot (he definitely was Protestant). On examination of Ulster Muster Rolls compiled in 1630, I noted that there were four John Nicholl families in Antrim: two in Dunluce, and one each in Belfast and Masreyne. John named his five Maryland-born sons Isaac, John, Joseph, Benjamin and Moses, so I would expect to see similar given names among his siblings and forebears. My only other lead is that he was a surveyor, and one of his sons was an estate appraiser; it is likely, then, that my ancestors in Ulster also were involved in realty/estate-related trades. Perhaps the name NICHOLL survives on old property deeds or survey reports? Is there any way to ascertain this via the Internet?
McAlonan - Clough and surrounding areas
I'm on a quest to find the parents of my great-great-great grandfather Thomas McAlonan. Thomas was born somewhere in Antrim. (b. 1786, may have been spelled McAlonon or McAloinan on some records). He settled in Ballymena/Clough/Dunaghy/Ballycregagh .  Thomas McAlonan (b. 1786) married Nancy Blair (b.1789). They are listed as living at 3 Ballycregagh Townland, Dunaghy parish, Co. Antrim in the 1851 Antrim census. Tom and Nancy had son James (b. 1819-20), daughter Margaret (who married a James Boyd). Unclear, but possibly there was a daughter Mary (who married a McCleary) and a son John, b. cir. 1831.  Our lineage is derived from the above mentioned James. James McAlonan married Margaret. They had six children: Peggy Jane (Margaret or Margret) b. 1845; Elizabeth (Eliza or Lizzie) b. 1847; Thomas b. 1850; Matthew b. 1853; James b. 1853; and William Blair b. 1859. Thomas married a Margaret Patton (they are buried in Clough cemetery); Eliza married a Robert Templeton and had two children, Margaret Jane and Thomas (all are buried in Clough); Matthew moved to Detroit, Michigan, as did Willaim Blair (they came to the US around 1885). William Blair is my great-grandfather. He married Lizzie Caldwell McFetridge (in the US); they had sons William Torrens and Matthew Walter (my grandfather). Matthew Walter, "Mickey," my grandpa, moved to N. Ohio where our leg of the family has remained rooted for all these years. It is said that he changed the surname McAlonan to MacAlonan because mail was getting sent to the wrong McAlonan relatives. We are the only "Macs" among our "Mcs" -- my dad never changed the name. We have 7 relatives bonrn in old Dunaghy Clough cemetery. 1851 and 1901/1911 census records that show some of our McAlonan's were still living in Clough/ Dunaghy/Ballycregagh. (1851 census, 3 Ballycregagh; 1901 census house, 16 Ballycregagh; 1911 census, 10 Ballycregagh.) The 1803 Ulster partial Agricultural census shows McAlonan's and McAlonon's in Dunlucy Upper/Loughguile, but I don't see Clough/Dunaghy and can't make a connection. I'm also hoping that the Blair, Boyd, Patton, Templeton and McLeary related surnames might aid us in tracing our history. 
red mail mary b kelso
Mary B KELSO is my greatgrandmother. my grandmother, Henrietta, was born in 1900 and traveled with her brother William and sister Jenny around 1909 to the US. I can't find any records of them in Ellis Island.....Henrietta ended up in San Francisco, CA.. I am looking for anyone mom has passed and i never met my grandmother. they are on the 1901 census and lived at house 6 Craigarogan Road or near Belfast not on 1911 census. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Robin
red mail Sarah Grindle/Grendle and John/James Davidson
Sarah and John/James both born 1825 were also both born in Ballymony. I have John/James baptism record. I have Sarah's death record. They married in approx 1844, and emigrated to Canada in 1845, their oldest son Robert was born on board ship in the mid-Atlantic in June 1845. The surname Grendle does not appear anywhere in Antrim records. Names on gravestones in Canada say Grendle, many official records say Grindle, and some of her descendants have Grindle as a second name . Baptism records for John/James list his parents as Alexander Davidson and Jane. If anyone has any information about these families please contact me.
red mail Stevensons of Antrim
Hello, I am looking for information on my ancestors James and Sarah Stevenson who sailed from Antrim to Glasgow, round about 1860. They had a son William who was just a baby when they travelled (not sure of other siblings) who was sadly killed in a mining accident in 1903 in Coatbridge. If you have any info on James and Sarah (possibly nee McDill?) I would love to hear from you.
red mail In search of William N (Napoleon) Mccary
I am searching for William N (Napoleon) Mccary born in Ireland 1815. He migrated to the United States from Liverpool in 1840's . Story goes he came over with 2 brothers one, I believe is named Morgan. They came over at sisters request, she had married and came to America. I would love to know more about the McCary's in Ireland.
red mail Ashe/ Ferguson families from Antrim
Hi am still trying to trace my Great Grandparent's families from Antrim? My Great Grandfather was Samuel Ashe ( may also have been known as Leonard?) He Married Mary Ferguson from New Park Antrim in 1900 in Antrim church. Both were added as full age on the wedding certificate so not sure about they're age or dates of birth? Mary's father was James Ferguson who was a shoe maker, and Samuel's father was also called Samuel they were from Island Lodge Muckermore I believe his wife was Agnes? on the marriage certificate the witnesses were James and Sarah Ellen Ashe but I'm not sure about the relationship to Samuel? I would be greatful for any information about either families thanks. Laurine
red mail Mary Jane ORR & John MARSHALL
Mary Jane ORR and John MARSHALL were my gg-grandparents. I believe they were BOTH born around 1832 in Co.Antrim, N.I. I have found record of their marriage in 1852 in Antrim. They had a brood of kids (William b.1855, MARGARET b.1858, John b.1862, Mary Jane b.1864, Harriet b.1866 and Maria b.1869) who were all born in Antrim. MARGARET was my g-grandmother; she married a Joseph TAYLOR in Failsworth, in 1880. All EIGHT Marshall-Orr family members left Antrim (in the 1870's?) and landed in the Failsworth area of Oldham, near Manchester, England, where they worked in the cotton mills. I have a good understanding of MOST of the family from here on - found in a letter written by Lawrence Taylor, a son of Margaret's, and uncle to me. I am looking for any information that might lead to knowing if John Marshall or Mary Jane Orr had brothers or sisters, and who were their parents? Records for Ireland are tough to discover. Did their Marshall or Orr parents move too? Perhaps some brothers or sisters of John or Mary Jane moved to England? Perhaps some moved to other parts of the UK, or Canada or USA, or other places? Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
red mail james officer born 1840 Antrim father of Dixon
James officer was my great great grandfather. james had a son Dixon B 1864 who married sarah jane ireland 1883 . Any information most welcome. Anita
red mail Thomas HALL of Aghalee, Upper Massereene Antrim County
Looking for info on Thomas HALL married to Isabella STEPHENSON (STEVENSON) approx 1820 and lived in Aghalee, Upper Massereene Barony, Antrim County according to Griffiths Valuation. Children John 1823,Thomas 1825,George 1826, Isabella 1828 - married James Dilworth, William 1830, Robert 1832 - married Dorcas Macky, Anna 1835 -married Thomas Paton & Edward 1837. Thomas died ???, Isabella came to New Zealand March 1848 to join son John - First Storekeeper in Otahuhu, NZ - with children. She died 28 Mar 1865 aged 74yrs. Robert and Anna are my husbands gt,gt grandparents for two families. The Halls were early settlers in NZ. Would like to know if Thomas had other siblings and his parents, also Isabella Stephenson. Annette
red mail information on Sir Alexander McAloney
I would like to know if anyone has any information on the memorial arch of Sir Knight and Brother Alexander McAloney in the Antrim area and i think is or was on high street before the market square i am researching my ancestry and would love to know how this McAloney got a memorial such as this Thanks
red mail David Wilson
Looking for information on David Wilson born about 1806 Antrim (sorry can't be more specific). He probably joined the Liverpool Police Force at/shortly after it was created in 1836. By 1841 he was a bridewell keeper at Jordan St, and rose to become a superintendent. Died 1875 in West Derby, Lancashire. Married Mary Taylor, (1814 County Down - abt 1876, probably Liverpool/West Derby). Daughter Ann born c1832 Dublin, so assume marriage took place about 1830-31, probably in Dublin (can't find a record). Children Ann 1832, Jane 1836, Mary 1838, Isabella 1841, Samuel McMaster 1843, Grace 1849, David 1853. All except Ann born in Liverpool. Would appreciate any information on his life in Ireland. Thanks.
red mail Coghlan,George Minnitt
Researching my husbands family. We have George Minnitt Coghlan born 1825 born Antrim or County Antrim. Married Mary Anne Cox in Dublin in 1847. He had a brother called Francis Minnitt Coghlan and a sister Eliza. Other surnames found on papers were, Waugh,Williamson and Johnstone.
red mail Hodgins (Hodgen, Hodgens) & Gill
Seeking information on the Mary Ann Hodgins, daughter of John Hodgins, who married Joseph Gill in the Lisburn Civil Register's Office in 1856. They had 5 children between 1865 & 1875. There were probably other children born before 1865.
red mail Catherine Ann Young Antrim Armagh
Hi there, I am researching my family history in Ireland in particular Armagh and Antrim area. I have drawn a lot of blanks trying to find a marriage or birth certificate for an ancestor. I would appreciate any help given or any details. Birth and Marriage details. Catherine Ann Young Born 5th March 1790 in Antrim or Armagh. Married in Armagh Cathedral, Armagh, Ireland on 4th March 1815 to William Peplow. Possible parents were Francis Young and Sophia Young (maiden name unknown).
red mail Beatrice Kathleen WALLACE born 1887
Hello I am looking for information regarding the family of Beatrice Kathleen WALLACE born 1887 Belfast dau of Thomas J WALLACE and Margaret Jane PATTEN. Married William George PRIDHAM 1911 in Victoria, Australia. Any help would be greatly appreciated Thank you
red mail john c quinn/elizabeth robinson
Any information on John C. Quinn m. Elizabeth Robinson abt.1836 Co. Antrim. Had son Arthur Quinn m.Eleanor EE Dalton 1864 Victoria. Would be interested in any information. lesley
red mail Samuel C. Austin
Looking for info on my great-great-grandfather Samuel C. Austin, born in County Antrim 15 Dec 1824. Immigrated to US in about 1840.
red mail Henry McCullough 1892-1947 Belfast
Henry McCullough 1892 - 1947 (son of Hugh McCullough) married Isabel Kelly in 1921 at Belfast Does anyone know who Henry's first wife was or have any information on this branch of the McCullough family or the Kelly family. .
red mail Rea-------- Killough
Info on Jane Killough's mother Mary Ann Rea 1797 - 1871 and grand parents. John Jack Killough and Nancy Rea, about 1770.
red mail Rea, Kellough
Looking for info on Rea family about 1811 David McAleese Rea born in Antrim,Antrim ireland. Father may be Thomas Rea. David is my 2 Great Grandfather.He moved to Canada about1836. Married Jane Kellough from Antrim,Ireland. Thry lived in Ontario, Canada.Would like any info on either. Thanks.
red mail Israel Ireland and Alice Ireland
Israel and Alice Ireland arrived in New Brunswick in 1825. They were born in 1801-03 and listed Antrim Co. as "home". They may have been married that year also, either in Belfast, or Antrim Co. area. Areas of interest possibly: Templepatrick, Tullyrusk, Belfast, to start. This would be for family history and insight. We do not know Alice's maiden name, but know she was the eldest daughter of two, both girls. We also know very little of Israel, only how life unfolded here in Canada. Would love any info.. passenger ships leaving Belfast in 1825, what archives available, or family connections... thanks! Maggie
red mail Mulhollands of Antrim
I am trying to locate info on Sarah, Robert and James Mulholland who immigrated to Australia on The Elizabeth in 1845. Sarah is recorded as single female age 20, Robert and James as single males ages 19 and 18yrs. No other family on ship. On the ship records they are recorded as relatives. All shown as from Antrim. Unable to locate any confirmed information since their arrival in 1845. So hoping someone has info on their Parents or other family.
red mail Hope/Montgomery
Jane Hope married Christopher Montgomery 1919 in Belfast.Does anyone have any info of where they went ? as believe they left Ireland for the Midlands Many thanks
Margaret McFadden believed born in Aidenduff, Nr Randalstown in 1877, married to James Ritchie, children were Samuel(my father in law),William,Anne, Andy,Jimmy,Sarah,Charlotte and Robena. Would like further information on Margarets family please.
red mail Hopkins & Williamson
I am looking for information on my G,G,G, Grandparents. Thomas Alexander Hopkins was born in Co. Antrim on 15/12/1795. He married another native of Antrim, Elizabeth Williamson who was born on 13/08/1799. I do not know when they emigrated to Australia but it was some time before 1837 because their first child, John, was born in Australia in that year. I would be very grateful for any information about them. Thank you.
red mail Hazen
This family were American and the daughter married Alexander F Irvine the authorand socialist preacher from Northern Ireland. They lived in New York and other parts of America from 1918 onwards If you have any knowledge of this family I would be pleased to hear from you
red mail Gilmore or Gilmour
Anyone having information about Anna Gilmore born in Crumlin - married ~James (Jamie} Irvine then moved to Antrim. He was a shoemaker. She died in 1898 or 1900 in Antrim. Any information relating to this lady or gentleman would be much appreciated. Their son was the Irish author Alexander F Irvine who wrote many books including "My lady of Chimney Corner"
red mail alexander Fitzgerald `irvine
I am tracing the history of Alexander F Irvine, Author and preacher, from Antrim Northern Ireland. He lived at Pogues entry in Antrim was self educated and became a preacher and wrote about 10 books - amongst them "My lady of Chimney Corner". If there is anyone who knows of his relatives still living in Antrim or any member of his mother's or father's family - Anna Gilmore and Jamie Irvine from Crumlin - I would like to hear from them. His sister became Mrs Mary Scott and had ten children and lived in Antrim in Kiln Entry as shown in the 1911 census.. Alexander married a lady called Hazen in America and had several children - anyone knowing anything of them I would be pleased to hear.
red mail Magill/Hope/Hughes
Looking for any of the above family,s all of whom lived in and around the Falls rd area.
red mail Searching for the HULL FAMILY
Hi, I am searching for Isaac and Margaret (no surname) Hull, born in Ireland, the parents of William b. abt 1846 in Ireland, and Joseph b. abt. 1842 in Ireland.
red mail Arthur McConnell
Does anyone have any information on an Arthur McConnell, came to the USA in 1757. He was believed to be from County Antrim.
red mail robert or alec shaw
does anyone know of robert francis shaw who married sarah mckee about1917/18 in antrim maybe in the shore road area.they moved to rugby warwickshire in about 1937.He had many brothers and a sister maybe Bertha.
red mail Agnes Rankin 1843
Looking for family of Agnes Rankin born around 1843 in Antrim. Parents were John Rankin and Sarah Hamilton. Agnes also had a brother David born around 1851, Antrim. Agnes married James Pattison in 1867 in Glasgow and in 1871 both she and David are in Glasgow census. Would like to find them before 1867.
Hi, im looking for any info on any of these people please. JOHN LEPPER FERGIE born abt 1849 in/around antrim, he died at the age of 69 in 1918. his father was CHARLES FERGIE and i do not know his mothers name yet. JOHN was a linnen lapper and i believe he had a shop in glengall street, (handkerchief finishers) JOHN LEPPER FERGIE married ELIZABETH CAMPBELL, daughter of JOHN CAMPBELL in 1871 and had a daughter MARY AGNES SLOAN born 1871 and a son CHARLES FERGIE 1874. CHARLES FERGIE 1874 died at the age of 45 in 1919. CHARLES FERGIE 1874 married ELIZABETH MILLIGAN (1874) in 1897, ELIZABETH MILLIGAN was daughter of a JAMES MILLIGAN a shoemaker, and mother MARY JANE BOYD. ELIZABETH MILLIGANS siblings were MINNIE MILLIGAN 1872, JANE MILLIGAN 1876, MARGARET MILLIGAN 1870, AGNES SARAH MILLIGAN 1878, ELLEN MILLIGAN 1865, they had 2 sons called WILLIAM MILLIGAN, one born 1867 that i believe died at a young age and the 2nd WILLIAM MILLIGAN born 1881. CHARLES FERGIE and ELIZABETH MILLIGAN had the following known children JOHN LEPPER HAMILTON FERGIE 1897 married MARIE MCMEEKIN MARION/MAY FERGIE 1899 married WILLIAM WOODS ELIZABETH (lily) FERGIE 1901 married ROBERT YOUNG. CHARLES FERGIE 1902 (MY GRANDFATHER) WILLIAM JAMES MILLIGAN FERGIE 1908 except CHARLES FERGIE 1902 his siblings moved to america around 1927, ELIZABETH FERGIE nee MILLIAGN also went too. charles fergie 1902 married MARGARET MOORE in st annes cathederal in 1929, her father was called RICHARD MOORE, mother ANN MCDERMOTT? buried under the name ANNIE ALEXANDER?? margaret had a brother EDWARD MOORE, brother RICHARD MOORE, and a sister caled MINNIE MOORE. margarets father richard was believed to have run off to the circus! roads associated with fergie's above denmark street lorton street tennant street westmoreland street glengall street My grandfather CHARLES FERGIE 1902 was stationed in england in 1937 gravesend. He died in 1940 the year after my father was born. My grandmother stayed in england and remarried. All ties were lost with family in antrim so i would really appreciate any help. Im sure there are more siblings to the above that i may not know have found yet. Many thanks for taking the time read this if you come across it kirstie.
red mail John Leslie
Am looking for information on a John Leslie b ~1761 in/near Antrim. Went to Pa. in America abt 1776. Brothers were George, James, and Henry. Cousins were John Anderson & John Sheriff. All emigrated to PA., but Henry returned to Ireland.
red mail Mulholland/ Antrim 1796
I am trying to trace a Bernard Mulholland b. Antrim 1796. Barney married in Ireland around 1825-1830 to a Mary (surname unknown) she was born in 1799 Ireland and died in 1851 Westmorland. On the 1851 census the family was living in Maryport Cumberland. It seems the whole family at this time where employed in the ship building industry,Barney was a sail cloth weaver his wife a yarn spinner and his 2 sons Frank b.1821 a Shop Carpenter apprentice and James my 3 times Grandfather b. 1823 is a Blacksmith apprentice. James went on to marry a Mary Burns in 1854 in Workington Cockermouth. I would like to find out the families movements pre 1841. Thanks John
red mail William Simpson/Mary Johns(t)on
I am looking for information on William Simpson (born approx 1882), he had 7 children. They were Archie, George, Isobel, William, Andrew, jean and jim. I believe they lived in Ballymoney and he was a Stonemason.
red mail Jacksons from Carrick Fergus
I am seeking any information on a Joseph Jackson of Carrick Fergus, Antrim, Ireland. He was born around 1676 and died around 1769. At this time he appears to be my link from the USA to Ireland. Thank you.
red mail Sharp
Jane Sharp born about 1846 Bellenuse/ Belfast. She was the daughter of Charles Sharp.She had the following siblings. Susan born 1842, Margaret Ann b.1855 and possibly another sister Mary and brother William John. Any information about the family in Ireland, or suggestions of where to locate Baptism Records would be deeply appreciated.
red mail Mathew Langtry Gibson
Mathew Langtry Gibson born 1848 Belfast. He married Jane Sharp in Belfast 1871. The family moved to Liverpool about 1874. He was a Boilermaker. A daughter Jane was born in Belfast 1872. I do not think that the family are Catholic. Any help tracing this Gibson family would be deeply appreciated.
red mail Wm. CRAIG s/o James CRAIG
William was born in 1797 in Belfast, Ireland. He married a COY in New Brunswick, Canada
red mail Search records
Could someone look up the records for Antrim could be Ballymoney fro Thomas McDermott b about 1839/41 son of Edward, sorry no further information
red mail Samuel Downie b about 1800 Antrim NI
Hello I am looking for a Samuel Downie (poss other spellings include Downey, Dounie, Donie) b. about 1800 in Antrim, married to Elizabeth Johnston who had a son William James Downie b about 1830 in Antrim. William's line has been traced back to Samuel, but past there it is only speculation. Family history has it that William's family were Scottish who had only been in Northern Ireland for a couple of generations. Regards, Damian
red mail McAlister
I am searching for any informaion about Patrick McAlister and his parents, Edmond and Catherine (nee Murray). Patrick moved to Australia where he died in 1920. I have some information about his life in Australia but would like to know more about his family in Ireland and why he came to Australia. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail James Gibson born circa 1770
Immigrated to US date unknown. Hoping to find information on his famiy, and his wife. Children are Maria Gibson, Jane Louisa Gibson, John and James Gibson. Moved from New York, to Ontario, Canada. Thanks, Cheryl
red mail Margaret Stevenson b 5/21/1805
I am looking for information on the parents of Margaret Stevenson. She was born in Antrim County. She lived in Canada and married James Garnsey there in about 1824. Any information is appreciated. Thank You.
Looking for CHAMBERS in Antrim = Robert born about 1719; James born 1741 (mother is Mary Caldwell); James born 1768 (mother is Nancy Lindsay) moved to New York USA before 1800; John born 1772 (perhaps Armagh Ireland) and stayed in Ireland (mother is Nancy Lindsay).
red mail McCullough-Hayburn
Trying to find out more information on William Mccullough - born 4 Jan 1844, ANT, IRL. His parents where Alexander McCullough and Betty O'Hara. William married Elizabeth Hayburn. They had approximately 6 children. William and Elizabeth sailed from London on the Mairi Bhan Ship to New Zealand.
red mail Potts - Mulholland families
Looking for information on the parents of John Potts and Ann Mulholland who were married c.1826 in Antrim. Many thanks, Leo, 5th generation descendant
red mail McAlister
I am looking for information about Edmund McAlister and his wife Catherine Murray. They had a son Patrick who was born in Antrim abt. 1847 prior to moving to Australia.
red mail Hugh Coates
I am looking for descendants of Hugh -he was born at 1 joseph st antrim on June 2nd 1921 to william and Catherine Thank you
red mail Obituary Look ups-Toronto
Hello, my name is Nancy and I live in Toronto. If you have family that you think may have come to Toronto and would like a look up for an obituary, please ask. I have access to newspapers from 1844-2011.
red mail IRVINE - BEGGS Families
Andrew Irvine and his wife, Agnes Beggs, were both christened in 1820, Ballynashee Townland, Co Antrim. They were married in 1839, Co Antrim and their oldest child, Mary Ellen, was born 1841. Sometime after this they came to Canada and settled in Ontario. Siblings of Andrew that we know about are David, born 1823 and Mary Ann born 1826. David married Sarah Beggs and Mary Ann married James Cowan. The three couples are found in Ontario, Canada in the 1851 Census. According to the christening record for Andrew, Timothy Irvine is listed as the father, however no mother's name is mentioned. Since Timothy is an unfamiliar first name in this family line, we wonder if we have the correct Andrew. Our objective is to learn the correct parents for Andrew, David & Mary Ann. Any suggestions or directions anyone would care to offer would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
red mail Adam Miller
Adam Miller was born in Northern Ireland around 1765. He and his four brothers immigrated to the US around 1782. Three of the brothers return to Ireland but John and Adam stayed in the US. Adam is my gggg grandfather. If anyone has information related to Adam, I would love to hear from you.
red mail Irwin
I've read quite a few entries on the Irwin family and was wondering if anyone knew of a William Thomas Or Thomas William born in Ireland between 1902 and 1905,he was sent to Canada as a young baby or child with or without his parents.We believe his mother's name was Mary Compton and don't know anything about his father.If anyone has anything at all it will be a start,thank you for your time
red mail robert gilmore
My great grandmother was Ellen Gilmore born about 1841. She was the daughter of Robert Gilmore and the sister of Mary Gilmore. I am looking for more information about the family.She married James Chambers.
I am researching JOHN CUNNINGHAM b.abt. 1808 who had a daughter Ellen Cunningham born 1832 Belfast, Antrim, Ireland.Probably christened at St. Annes in Belfast. Who was John married to, when and where? Ellen is seen marrying George Wilkinson on 17 July 1854, she is aged 22yrs and George is 28 yrs. They married at St. Marys Church, Gateshead, Durham, Northumberland, England.Witnesses at Ellen's wedding were William & Margaret Cunningham. Were they her siblings or her brother and his wife? Did John go to Durham or did he emigrate to Richmond Australia as I have info pointing both ways!!! Any help much appreciated.
red mail EUGENE MORAN baptised 1842, St Patrick's RC church, Donegall St, Belfast, Co. Antrim
I am searching for family and ancestors of EUGENE MORAN Jr born 1842 in Ireland, baptised in St Patrick's RC church, Donegall St, BELFAST, Co.Antrim, son of EUGENE MORAN Sr a Carpenter born c.1812 and Sarah Unknown. EUGENE MORAN Jr a Baker married 1866 in Belfast ANN GRIBBEN a Weaver born near LISBURN daughter of William GRIBBIN a Weaver and Mary Jane Butler. EUGENE MORAN and ANN GRIBBEN migrated in 1869 and settled in TORONTO, Canada. Thanks in advance for your help.
red mail taylor/woods
i am researching my fathers side of my family ,my father was alexander,son of francis taylor and elizabeth woods.any info on other children or family would really help.alexander was born 1926 in urney street.elizabeth and francis/frank were married 1910 holy trinity belfast,francis worked for belfast city council and died in 1999.can anyone help please
red mail McClinton
Looking for info on the McClintons, joseph McClay McClinton b1900 to parents John and Minnie, lived at Glenbank place Ballysillan. Who were Johns parents and what was Minnie's maiden name? Joseph lived in England most of his life in Middlesex, does anyone have any info about him? He married Jessie Margaret Keiller in 1921 and they had 4 daughters. Hoping someone can help me trace my Irish roots. Julia
red mail James Officer
My Gt Grandfather James Officer c1840 married Mary Jane Dixon they had a son Dickson(Dixon)1864 born in Antrim Co.Antrim and a son Robert 1872 born in Salford Lancashire England.James Officer died before the birth of Robert. In 1877 Mary Married a Patrick Smith from Antrim Information about any of these welcome.
red mail marsden / rice
looking for any family connected to joseph marsden born 1869 in Lisburn.He married Elizabeth Rice in 1891 and went on to have nine children Ena Minnie Nora Joe Johney Wihelmine Seamus Alec and Samuel.
red mail Researching Lynch
Rose Ann Lynch presumed born around 1880. Unsure whether antrim or monaghan. Led to believe Father John Lynch was a policeman R.I.C. He was dead in 1902 when Rose Ann was married in Aldershot. Any help locating birth of Rose would be appreciated
red mail Falconbridge - Glenholme
A William Falconbridge married a "Miss Kennedy" in Antrim in 1776, Christian name unknown. Possibly their son, also William Falconbridge married Mary Glenholme in Antrim. Their eldest son John Kennedy Falconbridge was born in Coleraine in 1819 and migrated to Canada where he father Sir William Glenholme Falconbridge Kings court Judge. A number of members of this family went to Ontario and later William and Mary's youngest son Alexander migrated to Australia in 1880 with his wife Catherine and 6 children. William and Mary both died in Donegal where William was a customs excise officer for many years. Family members were in Bridgnorth Shropshire and Prestonpans Scotland and were connected with the vitriol industry - the bleaching of linen, and in Ireland were also connected with the non conformist church in Bridgnorth - Stoneway Chapel. There was also a connection with Bristol and dr Alexander Falconbridge. Any information about this family greatly received.
red mail William Crooks/Sarah Cully family
My grandparents were married 22 Jan 1903 in Antrim, Belfast Civil Registrars Office. Able to follow some of Sarah's family, however, unable to find William Crooks' family. This was his second marriage. Several children by first marriage and wife died. Sarah's parents were William Cully/died 1935 and Sarah Millar/died 1885
red mail Mary Molyneux 1761-1841 Married Anthony Aindow 1766
I am trying to find out information about m G G G Grandmother Mary molyneux. All i know about her is that she was born in county antrim in 1761 and later married Antony Aindow at St Peters, Formby, Lancashire, England 23rd september 1792. Many thanks Helem
red mail KYLE FAMILY
Any information on the Kyle Family living in Co. Antrim Ireland in 1960's living in Market Place.
red mail John Kelly and Frances Finlay
John and Frances were my great great grandparents. They married somewhere in Antrim, I believe Killyglen, around 1843. They had 4 sons, George (1844-), Robert (1847-), John (1849-1894) my great grandfather who first emigrated to Scotland, married Elizabeth Mitchell and they had 4 or 5 children before they emigrated to NSW Australia and had 4 or 5 more, and James (1851-). Frances Kelly was mentioned in the 1851 census, living at her mother's house in Killyglen with her 4 sons and her job is listed as seamstress. There is no mention at the time of John. She is listed as married and therefore not a widow. According to the LDS family site there is also mention of a John and Frances Kelly living in Carrickfergus.
My grandfather was hugh brownlee, from BELFAST. he MARRIED CATHERINE jANE MC Mullan. His GrGrGr GRANDFATHER came from around the Richill area of Armagh 1840;s 50;s His odest son james was dis inherited because he married a Catholic. He moved to Belfast to get work and start a whole new generation of BROWNLEE'S .Myfather was James bROWNLEE,1920/2005,HE MARRIED MARY ADAMS.An aut of Gerry Adams
red mail william russell family
I am looking for information about my great great grandparents William Russell born 1801 died 1880's in county antrim. His children were john, william, James, Samual, Elizabeth, Sara, nancy. Son John was my Great grandfather he married Maggie Kidd in 1867 and they had my grandfather william born in antrim. In 1869they came to the U.S. Any information on this family would be much appriciated. Beverly
red mail GRANT FAMILY Belfast
I am looking for any details relating to my grandfather's family. He was born Angus John Grant in Belfast in 1903. His mother was Julia Grant born Belfast 1879 with a brother Patrick Joseph born 1878. Her mother and father were Owen Grant and Ann Carroll. At one time they lived on Ols Lodge Road Belfast. I know Julia and Patrick were both baptised as St Patrick's in Belfast. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail stringer/hetherington
red mail searching for descendants of Theresa,Bridget, and Richard, and 14 other siblings
Descendants of James Carey and Mary Carey ms Campbell.My Gr grandmother was Theresa who married William Scott in 1900 in Bellshill Lanarks.Grandmother Annie was born in 1901. Theresa died in 1914. She had a shop in Main Street Bellshill. Lizzie was Theresa,s sister. She lived in Parkhead Glasgow.She died in 1969 in Glasgow.Bridget went to America, she married Dan O,Neill.. I would love to hear from anyone who knows anyone mentioned or is related to them.
red mail Owens
Francis owens b 1845 was the child of Francis and Sarah (nee Barbour). By 1864 they were living in Scotland and he married Jane Gartshore. They had 10 children and moved to Northumberland/Durham by 1871. Anyone researching this family? I would be gratefull for any information
red mail Hagen/O'Hagen
Looking for information on the Hagen/O'Hagen family. We have information that they lived in Cerrickfergus in the early 1800's. We believe they lived on Davys street, and that one on the children, a girl worked at the YMCA. Some on the family immigrated to Canada around the middle of the 1800's. The fathers name was Samuel of Charles. We are not sure which one he went by. They settled in Ontario before heading to Alberta in the late 1800's. Any information would be greatly appreciated
is their anyone out there who have a connection to James Lowry Born 1802,Martha Lowry Born 1804 Ballyreagh Dunaghy N.I. they were Presbyterians and had 10 Children the eldest being my G./Grandmother Elizabeth Lowry Born 1836,Margret Born 1832, James Born 1828,William Born 1834,Sarah Born 1838,Robert Born 1840,Thomas Born 1841,Alexander Born 1843,Charles Born 1845 John Born 1847
red mail RODGERS
Ross Rodgers b 1793 married Elizabeth ? We believe they are from Antrim but would welcome any information. Ross and Elizabeth were shown in Ayr Scotland in the 1842 census and they had 7 children. We are looking for the parents and grandparents of Ross. Any info will be most welcome. Anthony
red mail Grougen/Brankin
I think I must be the only person in the world searching for the Grougen and Brankin Families who came to Manchester in the 1860's! Mary Jane Grougen married James Taylor in 1866, her mother Ann (nee Brankin) died, but what happened to her father Arthur Grougen? Did he return to Antrim, or did he emigrate to America? Who knows? Perhaps someone has some helpful info. please!!
red mail William John Campbell
William John and his brother Robert immigrated to Canada in the early to mid 1800s. The story is they sent money back to Ireland for their parents and siblings, who all got on the ship but it never arrived in Canada. William settled in Fitzroy Habour, on. and Robert across the ottawa river QC. The only record i can find about where they were born was County Antrim. I am trying to find if there is any of their family left in Ireland.
red mail Erskine family of County Antrim
I am looking for any information about the Erskine family in County Antrim during the 1800s. William Erskine and his spouse Agnes had a daughter Jane (b. 1841). Jane married James Strange (b. 1841) and some time later (1884) they emigrated to the USA with their six children, including my grandmother (Mary Agnes Strange). I don't know where they lived in County Antrim.
red mail Strange family from County Antrim
I am looking for any information about the Strange family in County Antrim during the 1800s. James Strange (b. 1841) and spouse Jane (nee Erskine) emigrated in 1884 to USA along with six children, including my grandmother (age 3). I don't know where they lived in County Antrim. James' father was William E. Strange. Jane's parents were William and Agnes Erskine.
red mail Allens in NI
Hi,am looking for any info on George Allen,born 1876/1877 in Co.Antrim,Belfast,father Ezekiel Allen,bricklayer. Possibly born 29/06/1876 to Ezekiel Allen & Mary Jane Moore at 6,Eton Rd,Antrim.George became a male nurse,moving to Middlesex & marrying in 1904.I am looking for any info about this family.Think I have traced Ezekiel in 1911 Irish census,now married to a Jane,so maybe he re-married & had a second family or maybe it's the wrong Ezekiel.In 1911 his age is recorded as 59 & his occupation as an unemployed bricklayer,born Co.Antrim but can find no appropriate DOB for Ezekiel on any Irish websites. Have found a marriage,via IGI, for Ezekiel Allen to Mary Jane Moore in 1874 & traced some of their children (but not George)& then another marriage to Jane Mahood in 1884 but is it the same Ezekiel?. How many bricklaying Ezekiel Allens of about the correct age ,born in Antrim is there likely to be? Any help/advise gratefully received. Regards Coreen
Seeking details of parents and siblings of Samuel McCord and his wife Jane/Janet Montgomery around 1800. I believe Samuel's father's name was Samuel. Samuel's son, Wiliam McCord, born 1828, is my great great grandfather. William married Margaret Moffat at Ballymena registrar's office in 1871. Seeking details of Margaret's parents (Robert Moffat and Agnes Currie/Curry) and siblngs. William's first wife Jane Stirling died. Can you help me fill in my tree?
red mail descendants of henry and catherine mcConville
Any descendants of Catherine McConville,died 1916, and Henry McConville, died 1926.They had 6 boys,2 called Hugh and William. Looking for descendants of Hugh and William.
red mail Robert Galbraith
Hi, I have a grave marker photo for a Robert Galbraith from Antrim born approx. 1801. Also others of his family and others named Galbraith. These are in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. If you think these could be your family members, get in touch and I will gladly share pics and/or info. Regards, Nancy
red mail William / John Mogey
Looking for any information on William Mogey --born circa 1790. He had the following children: John 1831; Isabella 1822;Joseph circa 1822; William circa 1826.... The children all emigrated to Canada -- circa 1840?.....any information on William or John would be most appreciated. Thank you!.
red mail John Topping
John Topping was my great,great grandfather. He was from Ireland born around 1811. He married Mary Cullen. I'm not sure where in Ireland. They had 6 children, John born 1836, Sara 1843, Elizabeth 1834, William 1840, Matilda 1848, and Abigail 1849. John, Mary and their children are all buried here in Ontario, Canada. Any information would be much appreciated. Nancy
red mail McGonnell Family
Hi I am searching for information about the McGonnell family who came from Antrim. Alexander McGonnell was born in 1796 and became a coast guard, moving to the Kent area of England. I think his father was a John McGonnell.Alexander married a Mary Richardson who may also have come from Antrim. The family moved to Hythe in Kent and the sons, Nicholas, John and Alexander all joined the Navy. Any information would be much appreciated.
red mail McConcie-Neil
I have come to a deadend trying to find out more information about Isabella McConcie, who was born in Antrim, Ireland in 1835 and died in NSW, Australia in 1904. In 1853 she married William Neil, who was born in Downshire, Ireland in 1829. For some reason the marriage took place in Dalry, Ary, Scotland. The couple migrated to Australia shortly thereafter. I have quite a lot of information about the Searle line in Australia (which I am happy to share), and would be very grateful indeed for any information on Isabella or William.
red mail Martha Ogilby
A relative of mine, John Allen (born in 1863 in Co Down but probably growing up in Co Antrim) married a Martha Ogilby. They had a child who died when a year old. Does anyone have any information about them.
red mail Curliss family
seeking any information on Rowley Curliss who married Sarah Hamilton 1821,Rowley Curliss and Elizabeth McMullan married 1851 and Rowley Curliss who married Eliza Jane Lavery 1868 all around Shankil Belfast.
red mail McDowell, Wallace
I wonder if somebody could help me please. I am looking for any information on Samuel McDOWELL (?-1901) & Jenny WALLACE. They had 10 kids, some of them (possibly all) were born in Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland. Sarah Nelson (1863 or 65-1893), William, Elizabeth, Rachael, Hannah, Jenny, Margaret, Robert, Sam, Agnes born between 1863 and 1886. Any information up or down will be much appreciated. Jenny Wallace's parents were Rachel Nelson (1820 - ??) and William Wallace (1805-1867)
red mail BUCHANAN in Larne
I have the following info ?? BUCHANAN (?-1910) and his wife (1812-1907) had 6 kids Ellie, John, Robert, Charlie, William James (1879-1970), Samuel. Robert married Hannah McDOWELL in 1907 and William James married Agnes McDOWELL in 1911 in Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland. John married Jenny McDOWELL not sure when or where. I know that Samuel and William James BUCHANAN both went to South Africa and then William James with his family moved to New Zealand. The only branch of the tree we know is the family of William James BUCHANAN. Would appreciate any info on the remaining brothers/sisters, but even more info on their parents as we seem to be stuck without knowing their names.
red mail Gray Surname
I am looking for information on the Gray surname with people that have family members who emigrated to the United States in the 1800s. They became farmers and moved into the eastern part of Texas.
red mail John McDowell b 1759 Antrim d 1841 u.s.
Trying to find John's father named William I'm told. John married Esther Harrison before coming to U.S. and living in WV.I think they left Ireland around 1780-1790. Had son Samuel born 1785, John 1787 & Robert 1789 born in Ireland. All the information I've been given is John's father's name and Belfast or Antrim.
red mail Dempster
Joseph McLaughlin DEMPSTER married in Randlestown, Drummaul, Antrim, Ireland. Seeking any information on Joseph or his wife Charlotte Kerr Crawford also from Drummaul.
LOOKING FOR JOHN PENNEY, famer married Margaret Stuart--son Charles Stuart Penney b 1813
red mail Luney~George
Searching for my father's cousins. George Luney, I met George and his wife years ago. They were at my Aunt Marge's and Uncle Walters Ogel's house. My father was John Cameron Hamilton. Thank you.
red mail McCallan~Freda&David
Searching for my father's cousins. Freda and David McCallan. My Mom believes they lived on 14 Ballysain Bellfast. My father's name is John Cameron Hamilton. His Mother's name was Annie McCallan. (Annie married Robert Cameron Hamilton, from Scotland)thank you!

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