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red mail McElroy Limavady, Newtown Limavady, Limavady
Seeking any information on family of Henry McElroy of Limavady. Supposedly married twice, and had sons William & Henry. Daughter Nancy may have emigrated to Scotland. Daughter Sarah emigrated alone to New Brunswick, Canada c1830.
red mail Bell Family of Londonderry and Tyrone Limavady, Newtown Limavady, Limavady
I am seeking information about James Bell, born 6 July 1839, in Londonderry. He married Mary Anne Barnett (possibly in Cookstown, Tyrone). His father was William Robert Bell, b 13 Oct 1811. William's father was John Bell. William married Rose _ Any information about any of these people would be greatly appreciated. Grant
red mail mary anne morton Limavady, Newtown Limavady, Limavady
am looking for my g grandmother her name was mary anne morton she had 3 dauthers but was noy married one of her dauthers married my grandfather frank mulgrew in limavady in 1921 any hellp would be good
red mail looking for the mulgrew family Limavady, Newtown Limavady, Limavady
looking for the mulgrew in limavady
red mail McLean / Shails Limavady, Newtown Limavady, Limavady
David or Alexander McLean. I am searching for my G. Grandfather David Mclean's family. He was born approx November 1868 in Balteagh, Limavady, Londonderry. He married Ellen Smylie b: 21/01/1875 in Dungiven, Church of Ireland. He was a Groom at 'the big house'. They ran away to get married and she was disowned by her rich family. Her father was George Smylie and mother Margaret Lynn. He was a shopkeeper. Ellen was born in Ballymena and was literate. David's father was Alexander McLean b approx 1832 who was married to Rebecca Shails. David and Ellen moved to Ayr in Scotland around 1900 and had 8 children: Alexander / David / Jean / Rebecca / Robert John (my G. Father)/ William (Bill) / the next one died young and the last was Joseph (Joe). Any information would be greatly appreciated and I can provide what little information I have.
red mail CRAIG MULHOLLAND family pre 1860 Limavady, Newtown Limavady, Limavady
Seeking relatives of William MULHOLLAND and Mary Ann Warren CRAIG who married in Newton-Limavady (known as Limavady after 1870), Drumachose Parish, Londonderry circa 1856. A son John was born there also in 1857. They then moved to Glasgow and had further children.
red mail Crindle Nr Limavady Crindle
Thank you for this opportunity to post message. I'm researching information on the Taylor family from Myroe, Limavady, and Londonderry. My grandfather's name was David Taylor and he married Elizabeth Hunter on 21 Nov 1895. He was born at Drumachose about 1875 and was a Journeyman Shoemaker. His father was James Taylor and his mother was Rachel Hunter and they married on 08 May 1862 at Myroe Presbyterian Church Limavady, Londonderry Sometime between 1895 and 1897 David and his wife Elizabeth moved to Govan Glasgow. Where he and his brother Robert James Taylor also, a Journeyman Shoemaker ran a small shop. I know that some of his brothers went to Glasgow, but subsequently moved back to the Limavady area. The area names that have cropped up for the family are Crindle, Myroe, Bellarena and Drumachose. See Birth information below: Name  William James Taylor Date of Birth  2/Jul/1868 Place of Birth - Bellarena, Newtown Iimivady, Londonderry. Father  James Taylor Mother  Rachel Henderson Name  Joseph Taylor Date of Birth - 8/Jan/1871 Place of Birth - Bellarena, Newtown Iimivady, Londonderry Father - James Taylor Mother - Rachel Henderson Name  David Taylor Date of Birth  29/Nov/ 1873 Place of Birth -. Drumachose, Newtown Iimivady, Londonderry Father  James Taylor Mother  Rachel Henderson Spouse  Elizabeth Hunter Date of Marriage  21 Nov 1895 Place of Marriage - Myroe Presbyterian Church Limavady, Londonderry Name  John Taylor Date of Birth  1890 Place of Birth -. Myroe, Newtown Iimivady, Londonderry Father  James Taylor Mother  Rachel Henderson Name  Robert James Taylor Date of Birth  14 Mar 1877 Place of Birth - Newtown Iimivady, Londonderry. Father  James Taylor Mother  Rachel Henderson Spouse  Margaret Simpson Date of Marriage - 22 Jun 1899 Place of Marriage  Myroe Presbyterian Church Limavady, Londonderry Parents for Margaret Simpson are Robert Simpson and Margaret Butcher. Below is information from the 1911 Census: Residents of house number 13 in Crindle Town(Myroe , Londonderry) Surname Forename Age Sex Taylor James 71 Male Taylor Rachel 66 Female Taylor John 20 - B.1891 Male Taylor Joseph 40 - B.1871 Male Dwyer Jennie 3 Female If anyone has any information relating to any of my relatives I would be forever grateful. Thank you Tom Taylor
red mail Harrold Limavady Junction
Looking for any information on William Harrold or Harold. He was born in 1821. His father was John and his mother was Maria. They left Derry around 1845 or a little before.
red mail Family history search Limavady Junction
Andrew and Martha Steele Pollock were parents of nine children. My gggfather Hugh Steele Pollock was their second son (b.1820). He married Mary Jane Cochran and their daughter Matilda Jane was my ggrandmother. They came to america in the 1840s - to Philadelphia. I would like further information on them. I believe they were Covenenters


 
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