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red mail MCKEOWN, John (c1810-1892) and Robert (c1820-)
Looking for ancestors of brothers John and Robert McKeown who emigrated from Ireland before 1847. They settled in Osgoode Twp in Ontario Canada, near Ottawa. Their parents were probably Robert and Isabella McKeown and were probably from Armagh but not sure. Possibly another brother died on route to North America. Robert married Margaret Brown and was a shoemaker, besides farming. John married Isabella Brown and farmed.
red mail Mark Seaton Johnston
Looking for my third Great Grandfather's family. Mark Seaton Johnston born Armagh 1819, died 1889 at Tower Hill, Vic, Australia. Mark was the son of James Johnston of Newry and his mother Hannah Quinn. Mark Johnston married Mary Jane Kennedy of Keady (Kardee on family notes) - born 1823 Northern Ireland, Mary Jane died in 1886 at Tower Hill, Victoria Aust. Mary Jane Johnston (nee Kennedy) daughter of Joseph Kennedy of Keady, (Kardee?) Nth Ireland; Mother- Ann Jane Sturgeon.
red mail Cunningham/Hill
Looking for any information regarding James Hill from Armagh who married Eleanor Cunningham from Armagh Ireland. He joined the H.M. 99th Regiment which served in Australia. His wife died in 1857, Australia. He remarried Margaret Kennedy and he died in 1879 Australia.
red mail VEHENS
Sarah Ann VEHENS was born 1840-44 in Armagh (no indication if this was the town or the county). Her parents were George VEHENS and Mary McCONNELL. George was a weaver. Sarah married William Henry CLIFT (from Truro, Cornwall) in Warwick, Queensland, Australia, in 1867. The marriage was performed according to the rites of the Wesleyan church. VEHENS was sometimes spelled BARNES in Australian records. I would appreciate any information about the VEHENS family.
red mail Copeland of Mullaghbrach Markethill Armagh Ireland
Thomas Copeland b C1839 son of William and Mary Copeland (Johnston) Arrived in Australia C1864. Information greatly appreciated
red mail Patrick Rock
Patrick Rock was born in Co.Armagh c. 1852 and married in Omagh in 1884 to Bridget McSorley. He is buried in Omagh but what intrigues me is that prior to his buriel a Bridget Rabbit b. 1823 - died 1908 is buried here also. She is an aunt of Patricks I assume. Any living relatives of Rocks in Armagh that have similar ties?
red mail Hamilton
I am trying to trace the relatives of my GG grandfather. His name is Robert Hamilton. The only clue I have is that he states he was born at Curl Hurst Armagh Ireland in 1826. I have tried to find Curl Hurst ona map with no luck. Can any one help me Thanks Chris
red mail Samuel McMurray + Mary McKie
Can anyone please assist with information on the above husband and wife living 'somewhere' in Armagh around or prior to 1823 when their son, Samuel, was born? Many thanks.
red mail Paterson & McMillian (b circa 1810)
Looking for Thomas Paterson and Susan McMillian born in Co Armagh around 1810, they married in Ireland I think just before moving to Airdie in Scotland to work in the coal mines. Thomas Paterson's brother James married Susans sister Margaret, also moved to Scotland for work. Please contact me if you have info and/or are realted I have some certificates etc I am happy to share.
red mail MIDDLEBY
I am trying to trace my husband's g.g.grandfather & g.g.grandmother. David Middleby born approx. 1820 in Armagh, was policeman 1841-1852, married 1852 at Monaghan to Mary Middleton b. 1835, emigrated to Tasmania in 1854. They had Anne Jane in 1852 in Armagh, William Henry in 1854 on ship,and others in Tasmania - Letitia 1856, Margaret 1858, Elizabeth Mary 1859, Isaac 1862, Martha Lavinia 1864, John David 1864

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