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red mail Harrison's Ballyhannon Armagh - (Ballyhannon - County Armagh)
Searching for info about the people and the place of Ballyhannon. I am looking for Harrison's and Marshall's there and also McLeans (though may be Greenock based). James Harrison married to Margaret Marshall. Sons John b. 1884, James, Isiah and Thomas b. 1899 (my grandfather, m.1925 Martha McLean) Family moved to Greenock. Would like to find dates for James and Margaret and their ancestors. Any help would be welcome! Cheers.
red mail Crawford, Annett - (Ballymore - County Armagh)
My ancestors were Joseph Crawford and Elizabeth Jane Annett m1841 of Ballymore. Joseph was the son of William Crawford and Mary. Joseph b1821 and Elizabeth b1820 had 8 children - the older 5 were born in Armagh, the 6th child was born on the ship Horner in 1855 on the way to Australia and the younger two were born in Australia. I have no known siblings for Joseph or Elizabeth and do not know Elizabeths parents.
red mail Heak of Cargans, Ballymore, Tandragee/Tanderagee, Armagh - (Ballymore - County Armagh)
Searching for descendants of Archibald Heak(s) (died 1892) and wife Isabella Adair and their son Thomas Heak (born 1856) and his wife Susanna Harvey (married 1876) who lived in Cargans.
red mail Archibald ANNETT of Ballymore - (Ballymore - County Armagh)
If anyone has Archibald ANNETT in their tree, I would be pleased to "compare notes". He was born circa 1828 at Ballymore, and his Father is probably Thomas. Archibald joined the Royal Artillery, married in Guernsey and finally moved to New Zealand.
red mail McCourt, Anne - (Ballymore - County Armagh)
Looking for info on family of Anne McCourt born 1835 in Ballymore, parents were Edward McCourt and Anne Kenny. She was married on 1855 in Loughgilly County Armagh to James McKenna, they had a son Frances born 1856 who emigrated to America
red mail McParland - (Belleeks, Belleek, Baleek, - County Armagh)
I'm looking for info on Edward J Mcparland. Born about 1884.Came to US in about 1910. Brother Thomas,sisters Margaret(McCusker) and Francis. I think it's Forkhill Parish.
red mail Honeyford family from Bessbrook - (Bessbrook - County Armagh)
My grandmother Lucretia Honeyford was born 23/9/1886 in Bessbrook, County Armagh to parents James Honeyford and Margaret nee Reid. She had siblings Edward Benjamin b. 21/4/1882,James Annesley b. 30/1/1885, Mary Georgina b. 19/11/1889 and Gregory b. 12/6/1892. The family were Quakers and lived above the Friends Meeting House in Bessbrook as caretakers for many years, although their father James was also a painter /decorator.The main industry of Bessbrook at the time was the linen mill. Lucretia was a dressmaker and sailed for Australia via London on board the " Benalla" in 1922, reportedly to get away from " the troubles" in Northern Ireland. She married a widower, James Holdsworth in Sydney, N.S.W in 1923 ( James' parents were originally from Queensbury in West Yorkshire, England ) and had my father James Annesley b. 1924. She died in 1968, never losing her broad Irish accent. I have visited Bessbrook twice and it is still a pretty village close to Newry. For some time it was the site for the largest heliport in Northern Ireland. I met cousins whom I had not known existed and was fortunate enough to be shown through The Friends Meeting House by the then caretaker Ted, who was the only one old enough to remember my grandmother. Anyone related to the family is welcome to contact me to swap info. Regards Janice
red mail Kane - McInespie - (Blackwatertown - County Armagh)
Looking for any info on Kane-McInespie family. Bernard Kane was born 03 Sep 1871 in Blackwatertown, Armagh to a Daniel Kane (soldier) and Catherine (McInespie - spelling?). Catherine b. abt 1836. Family migrated to Bonhill Vale of Leven, Dumbartonshire, Scotland not long after Bernard's birth. Any info would be helpful.
red mail Robert Kerrigan - (Blackwatertown - County Armagh)
looking for any information on Robert Kerrigan b.7june 1865 migrated over to Scotland 1881? married Bridget Higgens in Lanark 18 december 1891 4 kids Mary Ann, Johnnie, William, Catherine was a member of the Foresters any info would be greatly appreciated
red mail John Quinn, James Quinn - (Camlough - County Armagh)
I am trying to trace my great grandfather, James Quinn, born about 1857 in Armagh and married to Helena. They had 9 children by 1911, of which 8 were still living. He was described as an army pensioner in the 1911 census and Helena was a midwife. His father (I think) was John Quinn, born about 1834 and was a widower in 1911. He was also described as an army pensioner, of the 38th foot. In 1911 he was shown to have had 4 children in total, 2 of whom were with him in 1911, John Henry, born 1872 and Brigid, born 1888. John Henrys' place of birth was recorded as UK. Any information to help further my search would be greatly appreciated.
red mail The BANN family - (Charlestown, Bannfoot - County Armagh)
Ih is anyone doing a tree on the name BANN family from Ireland , The village is BANNFOOT , IT'S MY GRAND DAD'S NAME , Any help , Margaret.
The McGearys of Clady Milltown - (Clady Milltown - County Armagh)
Hi fellow searchers, My great great grandfather Owen Mcgeary was born on 25/12/1834 in Clady Milltown, County Armagh, to Bartholomew McGeary and Alice Coulter. He later immigrated to Northern NSW, Australia and had my grandfather John James McGeary. I am looking for any information on my 3rd great grandparents (or their siblings and parents) to complete the Irish (most proud to be) side of my tree. The 'Irish' must be strong in folk, as my grandmother Constance Sophia McGeary (with whom I lived for the first ten years of my life) who was second generation Australian, still saw herself as Irish and was always singing Irish ditties. Forty odd years after her death and only when I started looking into my family history, I realised that her father was born in Australia too. You wouldn't have picked it from the way my grandmother adored anything Irish. Calling on any Irish connection! Kind Regards Cherie
red mail Tullysaran,Clonfeacle - (Clonfeacle - County Armagh)
I am searching for information on the Daly and Lappin families.My great grandfather John Daly and his brother Luke came to Scotland.They had siblings, Ellen and Thomas.Their father, also Luke Daly, married Mary Lappin in Tullysaran in 1869.All help in this seach very welcome thank you.
red mail looking for relations of creaney or fergurson - (Craigavon - County Armagh)
Hi my grandad James ferguson was brought up by Hugh and Lisa creaney I'm trying to find relations of ether James ferguson or the creaneys my grandad died in the 1930s aged 32 they lived oppersite st patricks rc church
red mail JAMES LENNON (1787-1855) Creggan Parish, Co. Armagh to CANADA - (Craigavon - County Armagh)
I am researching the following names, believed to be brothers who left IRELAND for CANADA. They were: - James LENNON (also spelt LINNEN or LENNEN), born 1787 in Creggan Parish, Armagh, county Armagh, IRELAND. Joined the 100th Regiment of Foot in 1805 and later that year went to CANADA where he participated in the 1812 War between Canada and the United States. After the war ended, the regiment was disbanded in 1816. James was granted land in Goulbourn township of Carleton county, Ontario. He married Catherine PENDER & they raised a total of 9 known children. James died in 1855. -Hugh LENNON, born abt. 1794, believed in Creggen Parish as well. Married Catherine O'NEIL in IRELAND. Emigrated to CANADA about 1824. He may have been connected to the 100th Regiment of Foot as well but this is yet to be confirmed. He was granted land in Goulbourn township as well next to James. Hugh and Catherine raised a family here. -Patrick LENNON, born about 1798, believed in Creggen Parish as well. He arrived in CANADA in 1818 & was granted land in Lanark township of Lanark county, Ontario, the adjoining county next to James and Hugh. Patrick married Elizabeth MOULTON who was born in Barragh Parish of Carlow county, IRELAND in 1803. The marriage took place in Perth, Ontario, in 1823. They raised 11 children. Patrick died in 1859. Elizabeth died in 1869. I would welcome any information or assistance in establishing whether the above brothers left siblings behind in IRELAND. As well, perhaps ascertain who the parents of the 3 brothers were. Many thanks in advance.
red mail Johnston - (Creggan - County Armagh)
Information of Johnstons Carrickbroad House 19th century residents and before----any information on this family would be much appreciated.Many of the family buried in Creggan graveyard ?
red mail creggan south armagh - (Creggan, near Crossmaglen - County Armagh)
clonalig crossmaglen - (Crossmaglen - County Armagh)
I am trying to trace my Family history but I only have memory back to my G/Fathers time. He was Peter Martin and he Married Anne McGeeney they lived in what was known as the Cottage next to Donollys Shop Clonalig Crossmaglen Co Armagh they had 4 Childern that I know about there was Petesy Bridgey Jemmy and Nan Jemmy got Married in Keady and worked there as Blacksmith Petesy lived at Drumboat he was a Dealing man Bridgey worked in Dundalk for years Nan married Paddy Keegan from Creevekeeran Cullaville. There was also Tommy Martin I think he was a Brother to my G/Father he was a Farmer and he lived at Drumboat. My problem is they are all Dead now and I dont have anyone to ask. If there is anyone out there with any information please make contact Kind Regards Peter Martin
red mail Anyone searching for Finnegan - (Crossmaglen - County Armagh)
Anyone researching Finnegan or Morgan from townland Glassdrumonaghy, near Crossmaglen in Co Armagh
red mail McAdam/Flanagan Families - (Crossmaglen - County Armagh)
I am looking for information on my g/grandparents Henry McAdam married to Margaret Flanagan parents of my grandmother Mary(Minnie)McAdam. Margaret Flanagan died in the l880's and daughter Minnie went to live with Keenan cousin in Keady. Minnie was born around 1880-1882. I have heard all of the following towns listed as "Home", Crossmaglen, Derrynoose, Keady. Thanks for ur help
red mail Ulster Covenant 1913 - (Darkley - County Armagh)
My Great Grandfather David Muircroft and his father Robert signed the Ulster Covenant in Carluke with connections to Darkley, Count Armagh. The name changed from Moorcroft to Muircroft when they moved to Scotland.
BARNETT - LIGGETT - (Derryadd - County Armagh)
Looking for information on Thomas BARNETT b1828 - d1914 and his wife Margaret LIGGET d1941 married in 1877 their children were Richard b1877, John b 1880, Elizabeth b1881, Alice b1884, William James b1886, Mary Isabel b1889 and Thomas David b1892
red mail back in time - (Derrytrasna - County Armagh)
does anyone know of david donnelly he married sarah brankin
red mail Murray family - (Derrytrasna - County Armagh)
My grandfather Joseph Murray was born in Derrytrasna, one of about 10 children and I have been trying to find the birthdates of the others to find out who was older and who was younger. I would also love to know what my grandfather did before he went to fight in the Anglo-Boer War and stayed in South Africa where I was born. he died before I was born. If anyone could point me in the right direction I would be grateful. I have tried the 1901 Census and only found four family members and his mother. Thank you
red mail Cousins Gregson Hamilton - (Dollingstown - County Armagh)
I am trying to find out more info. on my Grandfather and family,Robert Cousins born approx 1890. The area they lived was around Dollingstown,Magheralin on borders of Co.Armagh and Co Down.Robert was married to Emma Hamilton formerly Gregson of whom she had 3 children,Florrie,Nanny and Ethel and then she had 5 children with Robert,Lily,Jimmy,Cecil(Paddy)Winnie and Myrtle(died aged 6yrs) I would be greatful for any info.on anyone in the family. My father was Cecil known as Paddy and he came to England in the war.
red mail Trying to trace Edward Patton - (Dollingstown - County Armagh)
EDWARD - born c1848 Father was THOMAS PATTON. Aware of Dollingstown connection - family stayed there during 2nd wrld war. Trying to trace Grandfathers birthplace via his family. He had a brother JOHN who married a FRANCES COUSINS they had ABRAM (1867) & Annie. Abram married MARGARET HEANEY later emigrated to Australia (more info available) Annie married a GREGSON they FRANCES & LIZZIE -the latter married a TURKINGTON. EDWARD PATTON later moved to Belfast, Ormeau Rd. area I understand ABRAM also moved to the same area before emigrating to Australia. The HEANEYS were also living in this area.
red mail Looking for Woods/Mallon relatives - (Grange Blundel - County Armagh)
My great great grandparents were married in Grange Civil Parish, County Armagh in November 1853. Their names were John Woods (a weaver, by trade) and Susanna Mallon. He was of Ballynahinch and she of Drumondbeg. His father was William Woods, also a weaver, and Jane P. Woods. Susanna's father was John Mallon, a blacksmith. Would love to find out more about this branch of the family tree. I believe she has a relative named Sophia Mallon and he has a relative named Andrew Woods.
HAMILTON'S BAWN, CO. ARMAGH - (Hamilton's Bawn, Hamiltons Bawn - County Armagh)
My grandmother's grandparents had a small holding in Hamilton's Bawn, Co. Armagh. They were Henry and Margaret Greer. In the 1901 Irish Census, they are living at #7 Main St with Sara Mary, James, Margaret Jane, Thomas Alexander, Hannah M., and their grandson William Cecil Evans. At #3 is living Henry's siblings Alexander, Robert, and Mary Jane.
FERGUSON/NEARY - (Jonesborough - County Armagh)
Looking for any mention of FERGUSONS and NEARYS in Faughart or Anywher in Co. Louth. Ireland
red mail Hartes of Jonesborough - (Jonesborough - County Armagh)
Looking for information on the Harte family. Registered in 1901/1911 cenuses as living at Annahia, Jonesborough. Patrick Harte, a farmer, was born around 1861/63 and married Mary-Anne -date unknown, although she was 10 years younger than her husband. By 1911 they had five surviving children, Alice, Mary, Ferdinand, Rose-Ellen and Patrick. Would be very grateful for any help.
Robert Alexander Patton&Ruth Lutton - (Killylea - County Armagh)
Robert died 1937, lived in Killylea, Armagh. Ruth his widow came to England c.1940 Any info on this family gratefully received.
red mail Fluke - (Killylea - County Armagh)
Grandfather William Kempston born Loughafonta, Co. Leitrim 1883. Married Annabella Fluke in Belfast 1907. Annabella born Ballyshannon 1887. William's parents: Joseph Kempston 1859-1909 and Eliza/Elizabeth Jane Ross 1859-1939. Married in Loughafonta @ 1880 - both are buried in Bangor. Annabella's parents James Fluke (Killylea 1846-1925) and Annabella McIntyre (Ballyshannon 1857-1916). Married Dublin 1883. Both buried in Killylea. Kempston spelling also noted as Kempson. Many children both sides of great-grandparents. Info available AND needed.
red mail Lesters of Killylea, Co Armagh - (Killylea - County Armagh)
Sarah Lester who married James Hagan migrated to Australia in 1838 and landed in Sydney on the ship Mandarin. I have lots of information on their family in Australia including me a direct descendant, but I require information on their parents and siblings in Ireland. Lesters of Palnaugh in KillyLea - have some information James Hagan's family of Cavan - I have very little information contact me if you can assist please. Sue
red mail George Orr/Catherine McCann - (Kilmore - County Armagh)
Hiya, Our Gt.Grandparents,George b.1825 and Catherine b.1843(McCann)Orr were natives of Kilmore,Co.Armagh. We believe that her father's name was William McCann. They had four children that we know of;Joseph-our grandfather-b1873,Thomas b.1865,James b1867 and Elizabeth b.1870 all in Kilmore.Granda Orr came to Scotland and married our Gran. Mary Eliz. Mc Govern in Glasgow in 1906. As far as we have been told, Gt,Granda George's father was Thoms Orr b.circa 1810,son of Andrew Orr and Agnes Ballantyne both born around 1780, but we are having problems verifying this connection;so if anyone can help us in any way to verify/discount this link we will be most gratefull for you're help. P.S.Any ifo.--no matter how little-- Re.Gt.Grandma McCann's family or Granda Orr's brothers and sister will be more than welcome. Thanks, Joe.
red mail McKeown - Corrigan - (Kilmore - County Armagh)
My great grandparents, Thomas McKeown and Lucy Corrigan were married in Kilmore, Armagh in 1881. I would love to find out more about their families.
red mail GARDINER/GRIMLEY - (Kilmore - County Armagh)
I am researching a branch of my family who I believe came from Kilmore, co. Armagh, namely Thomas Gardiner (b. 1809) and also his wife Harriet nee Grimley (b. 1814 Ireland - county & town not known). Father of Thomas may have been Singleton Gardiner. Thomas enlisted in Armagh with the 10th Battalion of the Royal Artillery on 8 Aug 1826 and spent almost 7 years in Corfu and 6 years in the West Indies where my GG grandmother, Harriet, was born. Returning to England, Thomas was discharged from the army on 13 Jul 1847 and was then employed as an Assistant Warder on the convict hulk "Warrior" in Woolwich. By the end of 1851, he took his wife and family aboard the "Marion" along with the 279 convicts it was his job to oversee and arrived in Fremantle, Western Australia on 30 Jan 1852. I would be grateful for any info on these two families.
red mail George Woods - (Kilmore - County Armagh)
I am trying to find information about the family of George Woods, born 01.03.1894 in Kilmore, County Armagh. He was the son of Charles Woods, a publican/farmer and Bridget Donnelly. In the 1920's he lived in Old Trafford, Manchester and was a policeman at the time of his marriage to my aunt, Gertrude Mary Hollins, in 1926. He had several brothers and sisters living in the USA. He went to live in New York in 1928 but Gert would not go with him. He travelled between England and America several times, returning to England in 1934. He and Gert were divorced and I would like to know what happened to him.
red mail McFadden - (Kilmore - County Armagh)
I am looking for any information about Jane Mcfadden who married Mark Hewett in 1854. According to Victoria's BDM her parents were Joseph McFadden and Rebecca Bunner. Mark Hewett had is father listed as Jacob Hewitt. Mark and Jane emigrated to Australia about 1857. Any information would be greatly apprecciated.
red mail LOTTON, LUTTON - (Loughgall, Longhgall - County Armagh)
Looking for info on James LOTTON (b.c.1745-50) and his wife Elizabeth of Fernagreevagh (Ternagreevagh) Townland in Loughgall Parish. Their children were William (c.1776-1833); Ann (b.1781); James (1783-aft.1828); Rebecca (b.1786), she m. James HADDEN of Cranagill, Tartaraghan; and John (1789-aft.1828). James was not born at Loughgall and was possibly a son of William LUTTON (c.1710-1802) of Breagh, Seagoe. This William LUTTON was a grandson of another William who came to Ireland with his brother Ralph from Knapton, Yorkshire. Any details about the early LUTTON'S of Armagh and Down will be appreciated.
red mail WINTER, Samuel - (Loughgall, Longhgall - County Armagh)
Samuel Winter b. 1802 in County Armagh but removed to Cookstown, County Tyrone where he engaged in farming. In 1843 he immigrated to Ontario, Canada where he died in 1882. Would like to connect with others researching Winter in County Armagh.
red mail McAlinden/Donnelly - (Loughgall, Longhgall - County Armagh)
I am searching for parents of Owen/Eugene Linden/McAlinden, born 1818 in Loughgall. He married Sarah Donnelly of Blackwatertown at St. Jarlath's RC Church parish of Clonfeacle in February 1845. Their first child was Catherine, born & baptized in Clonfeacle parish, then they immigrated to Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA in 1846 or 1847. Sarah had as many as 5 sisters, including Anne Donnelly who married a John McCarrier who farmed in the Milwaukee area and Jane Donnelly, who also came to the US with them. Owen & Sarah are my Great-great grandparents & I have never found records mentioning their parents.
red mail Laverty - (Loughgall, Longhgall - County Armagh)
I am looking for the family of Mary Laverty born around 1865 in Loughgall. Mary left her family and travelled to Australia at the age of 16-18 around(1880 -1885) It is possible her father had remarried around 1875-1880 after the death of her mother. We have no details of parents names or siblings
red mail Loughgilly Parish - (Loughgilly - County Armagh)
My ancestors show up in records from this parish, Does anyone know the towns or churches that encompass this parish, or if it still exists today
red mail Carrickananny - (Loughgilly - County Armagh)
My ancestors come from Carrickananny in the parish of Loughilly I am finding it difficult to trace them pre Griffiths land valuation and would love some help
red mail The Burns family-Brackley Farm near Markethill - (Market Hill, Markethill - County Armagh)
My Burns ancestors were from Brackley near Markethill. My grandfather Alexander was known as 'tailor Alex', son of Joseph Burns and Margaret Jane Gibson. He was born in 1854, but not honest about his age. He emigrated to Ontario, Canada in 1881, but made 3 trips back to Armagh. Some of the family remain in the area and others are scattered to New Zealand, South Africa, USA, and Canada.
red mail Market Hill Armagh - (Market Hill, Markethill - County Armagh)
Hi All, I would like to find anything about Thomas CONNOLLY/CONNELLY from County ARMAGH, IRELAND (may have been Market Hill). Born 1836c, was married in the East Indies age 24 wife's name Matilda Payne.Her father was George Payne and he was in the British Army. Matilda was born in India. Thomas died in Learmonth, Australia in 1921 and was on an Imperial Army pension at his time of death. They had 4 children born in India and arrived in Australia in 1874 on the ship Pera, from Bombay. The children were William, Mary Jane, Eliza & James with one infant. They had another 6 children born in Australia. Hoping someone out there can help me as I have hit a brick wall. Lorraine
red mail Mcmullen - (Market Hill, Markethill - County Armagh)
The Mcmullens lived around Markethill in the early 19th century. They were Presbyterians and farmed near Mount Norris and Damoily Townland. Sarah Mcmullen was born at Mount Norris in 1817 and her father Alexander Mcmullen moved the family to Newtownhamilton in the 1830s wher more children, including John Mcmullen were born. Any information on these Armagh Mcmullens would be appreciated.
red mail ROBINSON - (Market Hill, Markethill - County Armagh)
I'm researching the ROBINSON family of Mullaghbrack, near Markethill in the 1700's.
red mail Mallon / Black / Hughes from Meigh, Cloghoge, and Clontigora - (Meigh - County Armagh)
Would like to find further information on these families. Laurence Black b. May 11, 1858, d. abt. 1904 married Rose Mallon b. Aug 28, 1836, d. ?. Rose is the daughter of Francis Mallon and Eleanor (Alice) Hughes. The chidren of Rose and Laurence are Bridget Black, b. Feb 17, 1859, d. Feb 19, 1919; John Black, b. June 29, 1861, d. Nov 11, 1918; Catherine Black, b. Dec 14, 1863, d. ?; Peter James "James" Black, Feb 8, 1870, d. ?; Francis Black, b. June 26, 1872, d. ?; Alice Anne Black, b. Aug 17, 1875, d. Jan 8, 1942 in Chicago, Illinois, USA (married to Patrick Mullen, b. bet Oct - Dec, 1897); Mary Black, b. June 29, 1866, d. July 24, 1954 in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, USA. Mary Black is my Great Grandmother. She married Bernard William Higgins June 28, 1903 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. I would love any family connections to add to my genealogy.
red mail Colgan/Colligan - (Meigh - County Armagh)
Looking for information on the following Colgan/Colligan family My direct line. Michael Coligan married Mary McKeown 10 January 1854 and had eight children: Stephen b.1854, Joseph b. 1856, Bridget b.1857, Owen b. 1859, Patrick b.1861, James b. 1863, Judith b. 1864 and Henry b.1866. James b. 1863 married Ann Dowey in 1892. Had one child: James Colgan b. 1889 and married Bridget Rice b. 1898. James and Bridget are my grandmother and grandfather. James Colgan married Catherine Rice on 4 December 1836. James and Catherine had seven children: Michael b. 1837, Bridget b. 1839, Patrick b. 1841, Mary b. 1843, Owen b.1846, Thomas b. 1848 and Stephen b. 1850. Stephen married Bridget Lee on 4 January 1878. Stephen and Bridget had three children: Mary b. 1879, Patrick b. 1881 and Stephen b. 1889. Thomas Colgan married Ann circa 1830s. Thomas and Ann had seven children: Mary b.1839, Michael b. 1841, John b. 1844, Margaret b. 1846, Judith b. 1849, Henry b. 1852 and Thomas b. 1849. I think Margaret married Peter Hanlon in 1879 in Meigh, Killeavy, Co. Armagh. Michael Colligan married Margaret McNulty on the 10 January 1865 in Meigh, Killeavy, Co.Armagh. Child: Ann Coligan b. 20 October 1865 Meigh. Thomas Coligan married Brigid Rice 1857. Thomas and Brigid had seven children: Elizabeth b. 1868, William b.1871, Bridget b.1865, Peter b. 1864, Thomas, Alice b. 1868 and Kate b. 1866. Joseph Colligan married Ellen Rice circa 1840s. Joseph and Ellen had two children: Henry b. 1849 and Mary b. 1851. Henry married twice. First marriage to Anne Cannelon on 15 February 1880 and had three children: Joseph b. 1882, Rose Ellen b. 1884 and Mary A b. 1887. Second marriage to Mary Haughey on 4 August 1893 which produced seven children: Bridget b. 1896, Owen b. 1894, Peter b. 1898, Margaret b. 1900, Kathleen b. 1902, Emma b. 1907 and Mary Josephine b. 1909. Michael Colgan married Bridget Hughes on 15 February 1857. Michael and Bridget had 10 children with six known: Edward b. 1867, Bridget b. 1874, Jane b. 1864, Mary b. 1871, Michael b. 1872 and Thomas b. 1869. Michael married Mary Ann Mallon on 25 January 1910 and had three children: Michael, Margaret and Edward b. 1911 married Bridie.
red mail Dowey, Meigh - (Meigh - County Armagh)
Ann Dowey married James Colligan on 26 June 1892, Meigh, Killeavy, Co. Armagh. Ann and James had one child: James Colgan b. 1889. Ann Dowey father was William, mother unknown. Ann had a brother William. I understand that a Dowey relative lived in Whitehall Terrace, Sunderland, England and were Monumental Sculptors. Information on the parents of Ann Dowey would be appreciated.
red mail Rice, Meigh and Ballymacdermot - (Meigh - County Armagh)
Owen Rice married Rose Fegan on 25 February 1870, Rostrevor, Kilbrony, Kilkeel, Co.Down, Ireland. Own and Rose had two children: Michael and Bridget. Michael married Mary Crummy on 16 November 1897 in the Chapel of Meigh, Killeavy, Co.Armagh. Michael and Mary had nine children including my grandmother. Children: Brigid b. 1898, Ellen, 1908, Mary (Minnie) b.1905, Margaret (Rita) b. 1910, Katie, Elizabeth b. 1900, Rosie b. 1902, Owen and Susan b. 1906
red mail Crummy, Cromie - Meigh and Clonlum - (Meigh - County Armagh)
Stephen Crommy married Elizabeth Callaghan on the 11 July 1872 in Cloghogue Chapel, Killeavy, Co.Armagh. Witnesses to the marriage were Owen Crommy and Mary Callaghan. Stephen was the child of Edward. Stephen and Elizabeth had four children: Mary (b.1874), Susanna (b.1875), Elizabeth (b.1877) and Anne (b.1880). Stephen was deceased at the time of the marriage of his daughter Mary in 1897. Elizabeth Callaghan was the daughter of John Callaghan who was deceased at the time of her marriage. Any information about this family would be appreciated.
red mail Search for Mooney - (Middletown - County Armagh)
Francis Mooney c.1800 married Catherine Graham whose father was Archie Graham, b.1770 near Middletown. Graham may have replaced orginal name Grimes or Grimley. Francis & Catherine children were Hugh, Anne, Rose, James, Patrick, Bridget, Peter and John. Both families were Catholic. Any help welcomed. James
Cain or Keane - (Milltown - County Armagh)
Sarah Cain, daughter of Patrick Cain/Keane and Elizabeth ?Cunningham, was born c1837 at Derryane, a townland in the parish of Tartaraghan (later Milltown) Co Armagh. Sarah emigrated to Sydney Australia on the ship Kate, arriving on 23 Dec 1856. She married William Thom from Aberdeen in 1857 in Pitt Town NSW. Is anyone else researching this Cain/Keane family?
red mail Woods/Jeffers from Cornascrieb Rd, Mullahead - (Mullahead - County Armagh)
Great grandparents, Joseph Woods (1874  1949) & Margaret nee Jeffers (1874  1964) lived in Cornascrieb Rd, Mullahead, Co Armagh in the late 1800s & early 1900s before emigrated to Australian in 1927. Joseph's father was Andrew Woods (Abt 1834  before 1911) and Margaret Mallon/Mallen/Mallow (Abt 1837  Abt 1894). I'm looking for Joseph's brothers & sisters: Sarah Ann Woods (1858  1926) who married Matthew Parks & emigrated to Canada; John Woods (1862) who I believe married Elizabeth "Lizzy" McLuskie and they lived in Grangemouth, Scotland with 3 boys, Andrew (1887), Joseph (1889) & William (1894); Andrew Woods (1866 @ Ahory), Isaac Charles Woods (1868 @ Richhill 1910) who married Theresa Mearns, children Lily (1893), George (1894), Eveline "Eva" (1896), Pvt James Mearns Woods (1896  1917 WW1), Mabel Theresa (1899) & Charles "Charlie" Rudolph (1901); Robert Woods (1870) who served in WW1; Margaret Jane Woods (1875  1897); Elizabeth Rachel Woods (1877) and Sophia Woods (1880) who may have married ? Lyons & had two daughters, Pearl & Isabel. I have photos of some of these relatives if you want to compare.
red mail Robert Wilson - (Poyntz Pass, Pointz Pass - County Armagh)
Searching for information on Robert Wilson son of SAMUEL WILSON, his address in 1926 was Creemore Poyntzpass, he was born April 1896 not sure of location and 1926 married Mary Elizabeth Lyttle otherwise Rogers, daughter of Walter Rogers and Sarah Jane McAteer Eleanor
red mail Bicker-1954 - (Poyntz Pass, Pointz Pass - County Armagh)
attempting to trace family tree. No information past my father who was rumoured to have origins in ponyntzpass. Born July 1954.fostered or adopted at birth.any information that could help would be appreciated.
red mail James Meek & Margaret Smith - (Richhill, Rich Hill - County Armagh)
I am presentry doing a little research for a friend on James Meek (b1796) in Co. Armagh, Ireland and Margaret Smith (b1799) also born in Co. Armagh. They were married in Rich Hill, Co. Armagh in 1820. Robert Meek their first son was born in Rich Hill, Co. Armagh in Dec-1821. Sometime between 1822 and 1824 they sailed to America where they settled in Green County, Ohio. Two more sons were born John (b1827) and William (b1829). Sometime after 1829 and before 1832 they pulled up stakes and settled in Caledon Township, in Ontario, Canada where a daughter was born Elizabeth April-2-1832. In the 1881 Ontario census their religion is noted as Methodist. I'm looking for any information on the birth and marriage of James Meek and Margaret Smith.
red mail McKees of Armagh - (Seagoe - County Armagh)
Between 1830 to 1890 a family of McKees settled in Armagh. First names were John, Samuel William, Sarah, Elizabeth and others.
red mail Minnis of Tangradee - (Tangradee - County Armagh)
My Great Grandfather was Thomas Minnis Cobbler who subsequently emigrated first to Isle of Bute and later with his family to America. I believe his wifes name was Scot.
King - (Whitecross - County Armagh)
King Private John Donaldson King of WHITECROSS, Armagh, b.1892, son of John and Mary King, served with the North Irish Horse (and Royal Irish Fusiliers) in France where he was mortally wounded in November 1917. If anyone has a photo of him, especially in uniform, we would love a copy. Also photos of any other person who served in the NIH in WW1 would be most welcome.

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