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red mail Anna FINLAY
I am looking for information about Anna Finlay my grandmother who I believe was born in Killinchy c1880. Her father was James Finlay. Both her father and mother are said to have died young and Anna Finlay was brought up by Mary FREW, her aunt. Thank you Elizabeth
red mail James Connin McBrier, 1820
Looking for information on parents & siblings of james connin(g) mcbrier, born 25 Dec 1829 in County Down. Parents maybe James McBrier and Mary Sloan(e). He immigrated to US and lived in Claiborne County Mississippi; he married charlotte Ann Washburn. He was my GGGgrandfather. His daughter was my GGgrandmother, Mary Elizabeth McBrier, who married Moses (William) Kemp.
red mail McVey, McLeod, Martin, Jackson
Looking for info. on James McVey (or variants) b about 1830 to parents James and Mary McVey (ms Martin) and married to Agnes McLeod (parents Archibald and Jane McLeod (ms Jackson). Both emigrated to Scotland with family in the late 1800's.
red mail Mary Bruce
Looking for details of Mary Bruce who died in Ireland on 21 May 1866 who was born in Balloo in 1788. Found this entry in the LDS Church Records. Any information would be appreciated
red mail Douglas(s) and Walker ?Waker
William Douglas born 1746 of Scottish parents in Killinchy, married Margaret Walker(or Waker) born 1763. There were at least five children one of whom was DORCAS born c1790 She married Mr Thomas Tripp. Does anyone know any more of this family? I should be hugely grateful for any help at all many thanks
red mail Samuel Murray
Can anyone kindly assist with finding background information on Samuel Murray, born in Killinchy around 1822? His father was John Murray and I understand Samuel was baptised in the Presbyterian Church there. Did he later cross the 'watter' into Wigtownshire to settle in the village of New Luce where he married and practiced his trade as a blacksmith?
red mail Searching for Moore & Magee
According to his Scottish Death Certificate my G Grandfather Thomas Moore was the son of John Moore and Rose Magee. His Army attestation papers he was born in Killinchy 1824. Possibly his parents were married in the Presbyterian Church in Killinchy. I have been unable to find earlier generations and would be grateful for any advice. Kate
Elizabeth Gilmore
info wanted on Eliza Ann Gilmore who married Thomas Sullivan on 12 April 1852 in a Catholic church in Co. Down, and died in December 1894 in Rathfriland; probably related to a Margaret Gilmore and a Patrick Gilmore.
red mail from Killinchy to Manchester
My g.g.g.grandfather was James Thompson who we think married Jane Hanna in Presbyterian Churches, Killinchy and Kilmud, County Down,in 1819 when she was 18 years old. As far as we know at present they had 3 children; Edward Thompson,(1821),James Thompson,(1826),and Christina Thompson,(1831). Edward was my g.g.grandfather. All we know for certain is that Edward's father was James and both he and his father came from Ireland. Through process of elimination we came up with Jane Hanna as the possible wife for James. Edward's son was also Edward, the father of my granddad David. There is little known of these people and it doesn't help by the fact that the 1861 census for parts of Manchester is missing.They lived in Hulme and Edward sr. was married at Cathedral in Manchester to Margaret Clarke who was born of Irish parents (Robert and Isabella Clarke)in Campsie ,Scotland.Edward jnr. (married Sarah Holden) was also Christened at Cathedral. Granddad David was Christened in Clifton (Ashbourne,Derby) in 1875.Does anyone know anything about James Thompson * abt. 1800 in Ireland,and /or where the family lived in 1861, Manchester or Ashbourne area? If our assumption is right they must have moved from Ireland after 1831 as Christina was born in Ireland (That is if the wife. of james is Jane Hanna .We think that it might be possible that they first settled in Liverpool before moving to Manchester as there are many Thompson's there.Any snippets of info are very welcome.
red mail James Bruce
Looking for details of James Bruce born in Balloo County Down about 1788 and married in Killinchy in 1813 to Mrs James Bruce.
red mail finlays of killinchy
hi i am looking for information on my gggranda who was adam finlay who married a susan caughey in killinchy i am looking to see if he had any brothers and sisters i think adams father was also a adam finlay not sure if you think this sounds like your family get in touch julie
red mail Clark in Killinchy
Searching for Hugh Clark born (approximately) in Killinchy between 1800 and 1820.He had a sn John who emigrated to the U.S. in 1851.
red mail Lowrys of Killinchy
Anyone out there any info on James or John Lowry of Killinchy early 1800's?
red mail Hance Shaw & Margaret Clark
Looking for Hance Shaw (B abt. 1816) and Margaret Clark (B abt. 1819)who married 23 Jan 1839 in Killenchy, Down. They moved to Kilmarnock in Scotland, probably after 1847 as their daughter, Margaret, was born in Ireland. Any information gratefully received! Ian
red mail Murphy/Cromie
Looking for information on a Joseph Murphy or Grace Cromie who were married Sept 3rd 1920 in Killinchy, County Down,Ireland The information I have about Joseph Murphy is he was born in County Down Ireland in 1884 and died in Hamilton, Ontario Canada in 1961.Grace Cromie was born in 1900 in Ireland and died in 1951 in Hamilton,Ontario Canada.They had eight children, two children I know were born in Ireland before they emmigrated to Canada which would have been Sarah and Margaret,the other six children were Anna,Irene,Joe,Robert,Violet And Grace.Any information on my grandparents would be much appreciated.
red mail Dunphy / Stephen and Annie
This couple were the parents of Bernard Dunphy and wife Mary Jane Bowman from Comber who moved to Dalry Ayrshire in the early 1850's with daughter Jane and son Samuel. Dalry through thier son and daughter and sibblings became a springboard for the Dunphy's to spread to other parts of the world. Our cousins far and wide would like to hear from anyone who can give us information about the Dunphy's of Killinchy in those times.
red mail Elizabeth Mitchell and John Kelly
Elizabeth and John married 3/6/1831 had 8 children they were from Killinchy County Down they came to america on board the ship Maria.I am looking for their parents ? I am from this lineage and live in america.NC
MARSHALL, BROWN, GIBSON families lived in the Tullycore, Ballymorron, Killinchy area from at least the late 1700s to the mid-1800s before going to the US. I am told there are still some people of these surnames living in that area. They all belonged to the Killinchy Non- Subscribing Presybterian church and many of those who remained in Ireland are buried in the church cemetery. Would like to contact them or anyone researching any of them.
red mail henry drain
im searching the family of henry drain born killinchy married jane watson
red mail ancestor
looking for perrie in killinchy co down, who moved lesmahagow scotland
red mail Skillen/Skilling/Neil/Dudgeon
I am looking for help with the Skillen/Skilling family from Killinchy area. I have the following details:-John Skillen c1790, soldier, father of William c1812 who married Ann also Skilling in Killinchy 1831. Then John 1832/1872 First wife Mary Ann Neil, second wife Ann Dudgeon b1840, married 1860 in Cambusnethan Lanarkshire. I believe Ann remarried after Johns death as her name is also shown as Stevenson on their daughter Elizabeth death Cert. They are in Scotland in the mid 1800's Absolutely and help/advice greatfully received
red mail Henry Carse
I'm doing research on Florida Manor near Killinchy and Henry Carse has appeared in the Gordon Family papers available at PRONI. His will dates to 1810
red mail HENRY CARSE
I am looking for any information/relations of HENRY CARSE born in Killinchy, County Down in 1785. He was my Great Great Great Great Grandfather

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