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red mail 1861 Marriage: Thompson, Wilson - (Ballinamallard - County Fermanagh)
In search of information on John H. Thompson and Rebecca Wilson, married in the parish of Magheracross, 29 October, 1861. Immigrated to Philadelphia in 1862. I have information on descendants but need information on families in Northern Ireland. John's father was also John and lived in Drumoris. Rebecca's father was Robert and lived in Mullaghmeen.
red mail John Thompson - (Ballinamallard - County Fermanagh)
The father of John Hetherington Thompson, Drumsonnus NOT Drumoris, as previously stated, was also John Thompson, County Tyrone. John Hetherington Thompson's mother was Elizabeth Hetherington.
red mail Holland - (Ballyreagh, near Enniskillen - County Fermanagh)
I am searching for information on the Holland Family who lived in Enniskillen, Townland of Furnis, Ireland in the 1700's. James, who was born Feb 9, 1739, and married in the county of Farmanch(?) to Rebecca (?), who was born June 7, 1742. Their children were: John (my ggggreat grandfather), who was born in the same county of Enniskillen, Townland of Furnis, May 12, 1772; Jeane, born March 17, 1774; James, born May 16, 1777; Robert, born August 22, 1779; and William, born Mar 13, 1781. John Holland, son of James & Rebecca, married Ann Henderson. John and Ann, and their two children (Jane and James (?)) sailed to America in 1802. I would appreciate any information on this family.
red mail Duffy - (Belleek, and Parish - County Fermanagh)
Does anyone have any information about my great great grandparents Patrick and Bridgett(nee Farry)Duffy who I believe came from the Belleek area? He was born c. 1849 and was a china decorator and she was born c. 1856. They moved to England with, I think, two children, Mary and Charles, and eventually settled in Rotherham, South Yorkshire where they had 5 more children, Ellen, Rebecca, Ann, Charles and Catherine. I know nothing about them before they moved to England and would be interested to find out about their families in Ireland.
red mail John M Young - (Belleek, and Parish - County Fermanagh)
Looking for information on John M Young who married Mary Knox in 1856 - Kilbarron parish. In 1901 census they lived at house 22 in Cloghore with daughter Isabella and son Samuel. In 1911 census they lived in house 45 Cloghore with daughter Isabella.They had 10 children,8 still living in 1911. 2 other sons,Andrew(died 1915) & Charles J lived in house 15 in Cloghore-1911.Mary was born about 1837 and her father's name was Andrew. She died sometime between 1911 & 1915. John died December 1916.
red mail Donaldson Knox Belleek - (Belleek, and Parish - County Fermanagh)
Always looking for more information on my family, Donaldson Knox, - they lived just outside Belleek in Cloghore looking over the river to the Pottery Heather. Google Donaldson Cloghore
red mail boho - (Boho - County Fermanagh)
Boho High Cross-shaft Toneel, Fermanagh, Fermanagh. Description Irish history. Almost hidden in the hills north-west of Enniskillen is the townland of Toneel where, in the grounds of the Catholic church, there is the shaft of a 9th/10th century High Cross. It bears the figures of Adam and Eve on one face and a Baptism of Christ on the other. Holes in the narrow sides suggest that the head of the cross may once have had lateral supports like the cross on the Rock of Cashel.. A cross-head now preserved in the porch of the church was probably not the head which belonged to this cross-shaft, but to a second cross.
red mail mcmanus gallagher - (Boho - County Fermanagh)
Looking for Patrick McManus from Toneel, Boho, Fermanagh. Married to Margaret Gallagher. 8 children, Bridget (Thomas Leonard), Sarah (Thomas Walsh), Mary, Margaret (John Dunne), Francis, Thomas (Rose Gunn), Patrick, John. Sarah, Thomas, Mary andMargaret came to New York. any information
Searching for father and son - (Clonelly - County Fermanagh)
Clonnelly Dennis birth date not known, father of John Dennis b 1900 Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
red mail Vance and McCormick - (Clonelly - County Fermanagh)
I am looking for any information on Sarah McCormick born around 1782 married John Vance he died about 1850 they had 3 children that i know of Mary born about 1824,Sarah about 1826 John 1828 he is my grandfather i would be gratfull for any information on this family regards jean
red mail SCOTT siblings of Cooneen 1840's - (Cooneen - County Fermanagh)
Looking for baptismal/christening records of 5 SCOTT children of Robert & Janette/a SCOTT. Children give their birthplace as Cooneen Townland County Fermanagh. Family emigrated to AUS in 1842 aboard a plague ship. Parents died before landing, children sent to Protestant Orphanage at Parramatta, NSW. Approximate dates of birth are: Margaret SCOTT born c. 1828 Jane Ann SCOTT born c. 1828 (these girls are listed as twins on ships manifest) Robert SCOTT born c.1830 Eliza SCOTT born c. 1832 Henry SCOTT born c. 1834. Have checked with the Rector of Colebrooke and Cooneen with Mullaghfad with no luck. Would be grateful for any other suggestions or information as to where else to try for baptismal information. regards Barbra
Carrolls of Lisdoodan - (Derrygonnelly, Derrygonelly - County Fermanagh)
I'm trying to untangle the various CARROLL families from Lisdoodan with a view to tracing my line further back. I'm stuck on John Carroll who was born about 1841 and died in July 1909. I haven't been able to work out who his parents were as all the families seem to use the same Christian names! I'm also trying to trace Hanora LOVE's details: her daughter Mary MAGENNIS married the aforementioned John Carroll. Máire
red mail Derrygonnelly - (Derrygonnelly, Derrygonelly - County Fermanagh)
ELLIOTT I am interested in the Elliotts in and around the town of Derrygonnelly. In particular the townlands of Derryvahon and Kilduff. I am also interested in the TAYLORs from the townland of Stratore. Kevin
EMERY FAMILY - (Ederny - County Fermanagh)
I am a direct descendant of the EMERY FAMILY who fled Co Tyrone possibly at the time of the Irish Rebellion (1798). They settled first as EDERNY, later DRUMSAWNA MORE and then CRONEEN BARR. Eight children emigrated to Kiama, AUSTRALIA onwards from 1838. Stacks of cousins from intermarried Families also emigrated to Kiama, Australia ie IRVINE, JOHNSTON, NETHERY, HENRY, JAMES, GRAHAM, BOOTH, GRAY/GREY, ARMSTRONG, WALMSLEY, ALLINGHAM, WILSON, MORROW, MOFFIT, MAXWELL, McCLELLAND, CHITTICK and probably a few more I've temporarily forgotten. The first couple of generations of those Families again intermarried and, so far, we have found over 7,000 descendants and we're still counting. Not all the Irish went to the US.
Jeremiah Geddes - (Florence Court - )
Would appreciate any info regarding my great grandfather Jeremiah Geddes of Florencecourt, Co Fermanagh. Born 1832 (ish!Age given as 39 in 1871 Census)Had 5/6 brothers? Married Mary McNamara of Kilbaha, Co Clare.Had John Henry(born in Kent), Jeremiah(born in Co Clare), William, James and George.
red mail Florence Court Fermanagh - (Florence Court - )
Looking for information about the family of Robert IRWIN who married January 1854 Florence Court to Frances Ann BURLEY daughter of Thomas & Margaret BURLEY. Robert,Frances and son William migrated to Austalia before 1858.
red mail Monaghan/Seaman, Co Fermanagh - (Florence Court - )
Looking for information on parents of my father Hugh Monaghan. Mother's name Rebecca Seaman, father's name Henry Monaghan, a merchant seaman lived beyond 80 y.o.Rebecca died c.1913 & he went to live with an aunt &uncle who owned a delivery cart. Dad used to pick up goods at the railway station and deliver them to merchants in town, for his uncle.
red mail Johnston's and Wilson's Florence Court, Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh - (Florence Court - County Fermanagh)
I am looking for information about my Gr Grandparents James Johnston and Catherine Wilson. They were married on the 15 October 1868 in Killesher Parish Church, Florence Court, Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh. They had 4 children, James William, John Robert, Mary Ann and Job. The family later moved to St Helens, Lancashire after the death of James in 1888. I am trying to find out more about them prior to their marriage and also what happened to John Robert.
red mail William Morton - (Garrison - County Fermanagh)
My 2xgt grandfather William Morton was born abt 1827 in Garrison, his father was John Morton (1801). william married Selina? and then came here to Cumberland England before their first child Sarah was born in 1847/8. Are there any relatives of William John & Selina still in Garrison? i really would like to make contact with them, please get in touch Regards Elaine
Montgomery - (Gortnalee - County Fermanagh)
Looking for info on Richard Montgomery born about 1845. He married Rebecca Magrath and they moved to England in about 1880 ish. Any details on the Montgomerys would be great.
red mail Mary Jane Armstrong - (Kesh - County Fermanagh)
Hi - I'm searching for any info on The Armstrongs from Kesh, Co Fermanagh. Mary Jane was born 1/5/1856 and had a sister M A Armstrong, born 5/4/1846 and died in Kesh 13/2/1929
red mail Earls - (Kesh - County Fermanagh)
Dominic Earls 1800 - 1880 anyone with any information on surname please contact. Ann Jane Earls Married William Smith 1866 at Colaghty Church Lack who had son William Henry who was my grandfather.
red mail Fraser's of Mullanmeen - (Kesh - County Fermanagh)
I am seeking any information on the Fraser family who lived at Mullanmeen near Kesh. Robert was born around 1849 and travelled to Australia where he married a Mary Devlin in Drysdale, Victoria in 1869. His parents were William Fraser and Elizabeth Stewart. A Thomas Frazor/Frazier is also listed as being at Mullanmeen in the 1788 Poll of Electors list. I am trying to obtain information on Robert's birth and siblings as well as his parents birthdates and places.
red mail Bessy Jones married lewis - (Lack - County Fermanagh)
Interested in Bessy Lewis nee Jones. She appears in 1911 Fermanagh census staying with relatives, still married but can find no record of her husband that I can identify. She was born in 1835/36 in Fermanagh She worked for Queen Victoria and has got a presentation plate on retirement to prove it. More accurately her relatives have now got the presentation plate! Anyone know anything about her or her husband?
Ford - (Lisbellaw - County Fermanagh)
Ford Private John Ford of Lisbellaw 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 NIH in WW1 would be most welcome.
red mail cathcart- johnstone - (Lisbellaw - County Fermanagh)
i am trying to locate ane member of andrew cathcart or margeret his wife nee johnstone, who lived in this area 1900+she had a brother william who died around 1904+. we lived in st helens lancashire englaned.
red mail SWIFT-WOODS - (Magheraveely - County Fermanagh)
margaret swift came from derrymean, magheraveely,she married a patrick woods. both of them died in the 1860s They lived in ballybay county monaghan. Their son james was my g.grandfather.
GILLEN Family 1860s - 1960s - (Maguires Bridge - County Fermanagh)
Looking for any information on the above family, please. Joseph (b ca 1861) and his wife Mary FAILS (b 1863), both from Co. Fermanagh had 7 children, my grandfather, Thomas, being No. 5. I am particularly interested in their first 2 children, Joseph (b 1883) and Isabella Jane (b 1884). I don't think either of them married. Apart from these two, all of the children came to Glasgow and stayed here. Joseph Snr. and Mary were married on 15 July 1882 in the Registrar's Office in Lisnaskea, since it was a mixed marriage. Joseph was at that time, I believe, the driver of the pony & trap for the Maguires Bridge Hotel (sadly, no longer in existence). If anyone can help, I would appreciate it, thank you. Ann
red mail St. Marys COI in Newtown Butler - (Newtown Butler - County Fermanagh)
Is anyone local to Newtown Butler who could tell me about the burial grounds around St Marys Church there? My Lyons family great-grandparents are buried there.
red mail McMANUS Charles - (Newtown Butler - County Fermanagh)
I am looking for any information on mr gr gr grandfather Charles McMANUS from Newtown Butler Co. Fermanagh. Charles married ...... BELL who died shortly after the birth of Mary Ellen in 1898-99. Charles had been a widow for 12 years according to the 1911 census. Charles and .....BELL had three children; Patrick, Charles and Mary Ellen. According to the 1911 census Patrick and Charles where living with relatives WILSON and BELL the latter being an Ellen Bell possibly the mother of Charle's wife. The WILSON connection is Mary Wilson aged 74 in the 1911 census. Charles jnr was residing with her and her husband Thomas aged 72, Charles McManus is recorded as being a nephew. Ellen BELL had her son Thomas Bell aged 25 and her 'relative' Patrick McManus aged 14 residing with her in the 1911 census. Charles McMANUS married ...... around c1895. And that's all I have folks .....
red mail sharman family - (Newtown Butler - County Fermanagh)
I am trying to trace my irish family connections my greatgrandfather was riley sharman he was born in newtown butler in 1833 .He left ireland and moved to england sometime in the 1850's or 1860's He lived in Oakham in Rutland married and settled down,and started a family here in England of which I am a part.I would dearly love to know about my irish roots. Know wonder I always feel at home ,when I visit Ireland. Any information would be GREATLY APPRETATED.
Kerr / Coulter - (Newtown Butler - County Fermanagh)
George KERR 1770 - 17.4.1821, Parish of Galloon, married Frances COULTER 1779 - buried 2.4.1833 at St Comgalls Church in Newtown Butler, County Fermanagh. Their children all born in townland of Feaugh or Feugh and baptised at St Comgalls Church. Looking for any connections or earlier information for George Kerr or Frances Coulter? My ancestor was son Thomas 25.3.1809 - 13.8.1885 died Australia. Julie
red mail Gillespie, Carson,Wiggins - (Roslea, Rosslea - County Fermanagh)
Can anybody provide any info on any of these surnames from Roslea. John James was born in Roslea in 1869. He married Ellen Wiggins (date unknown). John James father was James Gillespie and he married Sarah Carson 1n 1858. It would be great if anyone could add anything to this.
red mail Parker, Fawcett, Plunkett and Balfour - (Springfield, near Enniskillen - County Fermanagh)
I am researching these families in the Springfield area near Enniskillen: Parker, Fawcett, Plunkett and Balfour.
red mail JAMES MILLS - TEMPO - (Tempo - County Fermanagh)
James MILLS II was born in Dublin 1853 and married Elizabeth FOSTER in Tempo, Co. Fermanagh 1878, died Nov. 1922. He was a baker. Children: Annie, James, Wilfred, Ethel, Florence. Looking for any family ties. James II father James died pre-a974
red mail Kerrugan/Booth - (Tempo - County Fermanagh)
I am looking for information on my great grandfather, Hugh Kerrigan, who married Mary Booth Dec. 14, 1852 in Tempo, Co. Fermanagh. I would like to get his birth certificate. I believe he was born in 1832 as he died 1879 at age 47. If anyone has any informatuin about Hugh or Mary, or where I might obtain a birth certificate for him, I would appreciate hearing from them.
red mail BEST of Tempo, Fermanagh, Ireland - (Tempo - County Fermanagh)
Mary BEST (1829-1882) daughter of Allan BEST and Mary of Tempo, Fermanagh married 1853 in Melbourne, Australia to Michael MARTIN (1823-1895) son of Philip MARTIN and Isabella of Kinawley Parish, Fermanagh. Mary emigrated about 1851-53 with a Scottish family that converted to catholisism. Mary died at Smeaton, Victoria. Children of Michael MARTIN and Mary BEST: Philip, Mary, Michael, Margaret, Annie, James, Elizabeth and Patrick. Their daughter Mary Martin (1856-1918) married Michael MORONEY in 1877 at Creswick, Victoria, Australia.
red mail george wilgaus - (Tempo - County Fermanagh)
my grandfather george wilgaus shown on royal marine discharge papers as born in tempo in 1857, son of william wilgaus trade baker.Although I know there are many wilgauses in Belfast area have been unable to trace george. I think it possible that there was a military barracks in tempo so he might have been born therein. Anyone with any info on this please contact me frank

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