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red mail Moore/Freeman
Looking for any information about my family. Samuel Freeman Married Mary Moore.Had four children i think, all boys. My grandfather Henry/Harry was one. Born around 1892. Would be great if someone could shed any light on my research. Many Thanks. Heather.
red mail ADAMS family history
I am researching the family of my grandfather, Thomas Adams (Snr), who was born 29 June 1880 to Henry Adams and Mary Dogherty who lived in Killowen Street, Coleraine. Thomas served in WW1,with the 36th (Ulster) Div, in France and Gallipoli, joining the Royal Irish Rifles, The Royal Inniskilling Fusilers and the Royal Engineers. After his war service, trained as a stevedore, he took employment with the inland waterways and eventually worked (until retirement) at Coleraine Harbour. I am looking for details of Thomas father, Henry (1860-1920 approx.) and his siblings and also his wife Mary (1854-1914approx.)and her siblings. Mary was originally from Boho (pronounced BO), in Fermanagh. Thomas and his wife Charlotte Turner (Ballyness, Somerset, Castleroe, Coleraine) were married at Camus Juxta Bann church in Macosquin. All information would be warmly appreciated.
red mail Andrews/Woodside families
I am seeking information on my ggg grandfather, Samuel Andrews b 25 Nov 1783 at Coleraine, Londerry & who married Jane Woodside in 1804. Their son Joseph emmigrated to Australia in the ship "Portland" in 1887. I can not find any further information or records on Samuel or Jane. Any assistance would be gratefully received.
red mail James Rodman (1697)
I am looking for info on James Rodman (1697) Who married Elizabeth Who had a child named William (1721) Around Londonberry / Coleraine
red mail William Wallace of Coleraine
I'm seeking any information on the ancestors of William Wallace born 4/7/1807 in Coleraine and died 1/11/1883 Grahamstown, South Africa. He married Mary Jane Gough from Armagh who bore him seven children. It is possible that his parents were James and Jane ( nee Wallace, also). He was a watchmaker by trade, before joining the British Army. His half sister Ann, born ca. 1794 married my GGgrandfather George Priestly in Belfast in 1820. Ann's mother's name is also unknown.
red mail Kirkpatrick ,Leitch
I am after any and all information on the Leitch Families of Antrim.I am the G G Grandson of John Kirkpatrick of Ballinahone Antrim N.I He married Margaret Ann (known as Peggy) Leitch approx 1842-43 .Children were John 1844,Joseph 1846,Robert 1848,James 1851 (my G grandfather,emigrated to Australia 1881 with wife Catherine Jane Nee McCook),Samuel 1853(of Salem Lodge) and Margaret 1854(Married John Moore Of Preistland). If anyone has any info I would be grateful as I can't locate any more details on Peggy or her pedigree except she had a brother Joseph and a nephew of the same name. Thanks in anticipation from Australia

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