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red mail MOODY / FULTON WEDDING Coleraine, and Parish
I'm trying to find details of a wedding between John James MOODY and Mary (Minnie) Kennedy FULTON sometime between 1880 and 1900. I think it's likely to have been in 1891 but haven't managed to find any documentation. He was a Presbyterian who attended New Row Presbyterian Church later in his life, so it may have been a church wedding. I think I have their dated wedding photo and would be grateful for confirmation of this.
red mail Patterson's 1700's Coleraine area Coleraine, and Parish
Archibald Patterson was b. ca. 1735-50. Am assuming his Father was born in Black Isles area of Scotland which DNA points to as our genetic homeland. Archibald and Anna Weir Patterson were married in Coleraine area, supposedly had two sons and immigrated to the USA (Pennsylvania) abt. 1773. I believe Archibald was a shoemaker by trade, later in PA. was farming. Anna Weir had a brother Robert b. 1752. He was attending the University of Edinburgh when he left for the US in 1773.
red mail McCracken from Portstewart Coleraine, and Parish
Tracing all relatives of James McCracken (b 23/10/1868) married to Winifred (nee Doherty) (b 13/11/1879 or 1878). They had 4 surviving children: Winnifred, Patrick, James and Elizabeth (Evelyn) (b 1/3/1920). Evelyn married Glyndwr Douglas Jones from Wales (b 13/5/1919). Any information would be very welcome, thank you.
red mail ADAMS family history Coleraine, Colepaine, Cuil Rathain
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 Info wanted on Hugh MacGowan Coleraine, and Parish
He emmigrated to Canada from Coleraine, county Derry, before 1916. In World War 1 he served in France with the Canadian Corps and later joined the RCMP in Alberta.
red mail Andrews/Woodside families Coleraine, Colepaine, Cuil Rathain
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) Coleraine, Colepaine, Cuil Rathain
I am looking for info on James Rodman (1697) Who married Elizabeth Who had a child named William (1721) Around Londonberry / Coleraine
red mail Josiah Means Coleraine, and Parish
I am seeking any information on Josiah Means Sr. or Jr. and their wives. Sr. was born in 1600 in Cork and Jr was born in 1616 in Clonakrity, probably died in 1708 in Coleraine, NI and seems to have been married twice, once in 1639 and once in 1648, both marriages taking place in Enniskillen.
red mail Cunningham-Garvagh, Coleraine Coleraine, and Parish
I am looking for information on the mother and father of Robert Cunningham, b. circa 1760 in Garvagh, Coleraine, County Londonderry, N. Ireland; married about 1788 in Garvagh, Colerain, County Londonderry, N. Ireland.
red mail Thomas and Henry Pollock Coleraine, and Parish
Hello..I am trying to trace my family's history from the Derry - Limavady - Coleraine area of Northern Ireland to Canada in about 1838 to 1840. Two brothers - Thomas and Henry Pollock (b circa 1810) had married two sisters - Margaret and Sarah Swan in about the 1830's. Henry died in Ireland, and Thomas, Margaret, and later Sarah and her son, left Ireland for either Saint John, New Brunswick, or Quebec Canada. I would be interested in learning about the Irish Pollock family and locating the town, family and father that Thomas and Henry would have originated from. Maybe Thomas and Henry had brothers or sisters who remained in Ireland. They may have raised a family connected to my line. If anyone has Pollock family members who have migrated to New Brunswick or Quebec Canada, I would be interested in corresponding with you.

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