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Gault
Searching for any information on John Gault and Sarah Heaney, their son Robert b 1840 migrated to Australia 1884 with wife Catherine and 7 Children. Robert and Catherine (Robinson) where married in Dunloy. about 1870 The surnames Jamieson and Sympson turn up in the childrens names. The family in Australia have a postcard of a cottage in Ballymena, written on the back the words" my old house "and the surname McLure. Any info appreciated.
red mail Gamble & Adams
My 3xgreat-grandparents are James Gamble and Martha Adams who married in Ballymoney in 1846. They are associated with the hamlet of Polintamney.
red mail Craig's of Ballymoney
My ancestral family came from Ballymoney, County Antrim. A James Craig and a Mary (Smith) Craig had woolen and linen mills through-out Ireland. They were both originally from Scotland (born there) but came to Ulster as children. They were born sometime around the 1720's or 1730's. I am curious about them but only have information on their son who left for America. I'd like to find out more about My Craig family in Ulster.
red mail McCaw, Campbell, Cubit, Cubitt
David McCaw of Loughguile, married Jane Cubit of Ballymoney, March 16, 1847 in Kilraughts 1st Presbyterian church by Rev. R. Lowe. David's father was Hugh McCaw, and Jane's father was William Cubit. The witnesses were Samuel Getty and John Cubit. David McCaw died 7 Mar 1911 in Missouri. His death certificate states his father was David McCaw and his mother was Elizabeth Campbell. Could his father be Hugh David or David Hugh? I would like to find a family connection. Thank you.
red mail Mabin
I am interested in finding out about the ancestors of Elizabeth Mabin, who was married to Thomas Henry in 1918 (at Drumreagh Presbyterian) and then lived at Queen Street. Elizabeth apparently came from The Vow where her parents had a farm.
red mail Thomas Henry / Matilda
Has anyone information on Thomas Henry of Queen Street (around 1901) who was married to Matilda. They had 4 children. Matilda's surname would be useful also names of children etc.
red mail Isobella Rigby (nee Mills)
My mother was Isobella Rigby (nee Mills). She was born around 1898 and married Thomas Brown Rigby. I believe that her sister was named Hickison, and had a son named Danny. Would be interested to hear from any Relatives.
red mail Henderson/Boyd
Looking for information on William Henderson (b. bef. 1731) and Jane Boyd (b. 1750) who had 6 children: Samuel, David, Jenny, Jane, Will, and Elizabeth). Samuel left for America in 1764 and lived for a time in Monmouth, New Jersey. Samuel was married to Amy Taylor, Margaret Rea, and Ann Strickland. Believe that William's ancestors came from Scotland.
red mail okane McGowan
my grandfather James okane married Marion McCormick in Glasgow 1900 but he was born in Ireland his parents were Hugh okane, Anne McGowan who married in 1868 at st Patrick RC church ballymoney l would to here from from anyone no matter how little
red mail Joseph and Elizabeth Bradley Kirkpatrick
Looking for my great grandparents, Joseph Kirkpatrick and his wife Elizabeth Bradley Kirkpatrick. Joseph or his father were from Ballymoney. Joseph died August 13,1897 in Ontario, County Carleton, Canada. Elizabeth was born April 12,1863 in Ireland and died June 26, 1925 in Carleton County, Canada. Elizabeth's father was John Bradley. Joseph had a brother named Thomas who was a professor or something at the university in Belfast. Their children were Matilda, John, Graham and James(twins), Florence, Elizabeth and my grandpa,Josiph. The family was Protestant/Church of England. They came from Scotland in 1600s or 1700s. Thanks, KC

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