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County Fermanagh, Fear Manach, FER, (Province of Ulster, Ulaidh)
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red mail EMMERSON /EMERSON
Hi I am looking for any information on Jane EMMERSON born around 1845 in the county Fermanagh. On her marriage certificate her parents are listed as William Emmerson- farmer and mother Mary McLaughlin. Her birthplace was listed as Fermanagh. She emigrated to Australia prior to 1867, not sure of the exact date as I have not found any records for this. On her marriage certificate she married John Thomas ASTON(saddler) in 1867 in Bowen Queensland Australia. He was from Armagh TANDRAGEE and emigrated around 1865. She married Alfred CHARLTON after the death of her first husband around 1877. She died in 1920 Cloncurry Queensland. The only information I have about her relates to Australia. Thanks in advance.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2019
red mail William & Matilda THOMPSON of Fermanagh
Searching for information please on William THOMPSON (born abt.1843) & his wife Matilda (nee WATSON) born 1843 and their children. We know that Jemima Caroline, Catherine, Mary Jane, Elizabeth, William Alexander & Emily Agnes all settled in Sydney, Australia. We can't find any information about Sarah (Anne) Jane b.21/01/1866 & Matilda Margaret b.04/12/1871. We also have no idea of when the parents died. We've searched records with no luck. We'd appreciate any help. Warm Regards from Australia. Janette HUGHES
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2019
red mail BURLY/BURLEY
Looking for information on Thomas Burly, Farmer Croghrim. Wife's name Margrut. daughter Frances Anne Burly born c.1821. Married Robert Irwin 1852 son of Richard Irwin a Farmer of Lisblake.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2017
red mail "Drumard", Fitzpatrick
Chasing information on James Fitzpatrick and family. They apparently resided at "Drumard" in County Fermanagh for about 8-10 years in the 1880s. James Fitzpatrick may have had connections with the Irish "National Press" at the same time.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2017
red mail IRWIN
Looking for information about the family of Robert Irwin who married Frances Ann BURLEY January 1854 at Florence Court, Fermanagh. Frances born C.1821 daughter of Thomas and Margaret BURLEY. Robert, Frances and son William migrated to Australia before 1858.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2017
red mail John Montgomery Fermanagh
Seeking details of John Montgomery, County Fermangh. Spouse name unknown. Known children are George Montgomery, born c1799, Sarah, Elizabeth and John Montgomery born c 1821. These four children went to New Brunswick, Canada c1837. I know from Sarah's obituary that father's name is definitely John and grandfather is given as General Montgomery of Fermanagh. Also from the obituary, I know there was at least one more daughter in this family, Sarah being the third daughter of John. The son John Montgomery is my g-grandfather. He married in New Brunswick, Canada, to Catherine McCutcheon, daughter of John McCutcheon of County Tyrone. Any information on John Montgomery or General Montgomery would be greatly appreciated! Thank-you. Heather
Posted: 2016
red mail Allingham- Armstrong
I am looking for the link between the Allingham and Armstrong families, as I am tracing the family tree of Margaret Allingham Armstrong born in Fermanagh on 9.8.1832/ 33 Can anyone help with identifying her parents and/or her brothers/sisters. Margaret married William Henderson Maxwell in Melbourne Australia, 7 May 1857 She died 25 Sept 1915 in Bendigo, Australia ...........Help please.......
Posted: 2016
red mail Beattie/Beatty
Edward Beattie, son of Samuel married in Burra South Australia 1858 to Anastasia Kane/Keyne and various spellings , he had been in the Army Ireland/England, however he was a Labourer in SA. He enlisted as a Volunteer and went to NZ to fight the land wars. Another Army man Edward Beatty father also Samuel married an Ellen Meagher England and this Edward was supposed to have died in NZ in the land wars. His widow and her family emigrated to Victoria. Are these the same men???
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Corr, Patrick Joseph
Looking for information on Patrick Joseph Corr, born approx 1853 in Fermanagh and was a cook. Married Julia Kaue? (born approx 1855 in Dublin) they married in Dublin on 11 Feb 1870. By 1884 they were living in Eden Terrace,New Zealand and my great grandmother Julia Philomena Corr was born that year. Any information would be appreciated. Jennie
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2016
red mail WILLIAM GIBSON buried in Co. Fermanagh in 1913
FRANCES CUTHBERT (documented as being born in Fermanagh per her information a marriage certificate) married my paternal gg uncle WILLIAM GIBSON in Dublin on 2 Oct. 1876. I would like to know if the WILLIAM GIBSON that was buried in Co. Fermanagh in 1913 is is my gg uncle. Anyone out there who is family of Frances or a WILLIAM GIBSON who might have a clue? > More information on William: Married Frances, lived and worked in Dublin per 1901 and 1911 census--- William had a brother and sister who came to America in 1867 (ALEX AND MARCELLA)--- Had a father named THOMAS GIBSON who was a farmer in Co. Longford. So I am really hunting for the Gibson family but am trying to work from the Frances Cuthbert angle since research is thin on William's side of the family. Anyone familiar with facts surrounding the William Gibson buried at Fermanagh in 1913? Thanks.

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