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red mail McNulty- Martin Carrigans, An Carraigin
I am looking for information on william McNulty born 1844 and Ellen Martin born 1842 who emigrated to Scotland (Glasgow) and then moved to Tynemouth They appear to have had 9 children the eldest of which was born in glasgow the remainder in county durham
red mail Cunningham/Cochrane New Buildings
I am researching the Cunningham's in New Buildings. Sarah Jane Cunningham married Thomas Alexander Cochrane in New Buildings in 15th January 1884. I would welcome information on both families.
red mail School master Saint Johnstown, Saint Johnston, Baile Suingean
William McConnell was a schoolmaster when his daughter was born in 1876.Her birth was registered in Tyrone.I would like to find information on William as I do not know where or when he was born.He was married to Catherine Lynch in 1875.Any info would b appreciated..
red mail McClintock Port Hall
Walter McClintock, born c1805, Port Hall County Donegal, Ireland. Married Matilda Stewart, born c1809, St Johnstown, County Donegal, Ireland, came to New Zealand in 1866 aboard the "Bombay". Settled in Prebbleton, Canterbury, New Zealand
red mail Carol Brady New Buildings
James Kelly m Annie Mary Burke and had sons Joseph and James Kelly who left Ireland and went to Western Australia about late 1920s Two sisters Sarah and Tilly stayed in Ireland (as far as I know)
red mail Postman Bill Saint Johnstown, Saint Johnston, Baile Suingean
William MARTIN, came from the town of St Johnston. His father, James, was a butcher (at least for part of his career), his mother was Elizabeth BURNS FROM Droheda. He was born on either 1 or 12 January 1857, baptized on 1st March 1857 at St Baithin's RC Church (sponsor Mary MARTIN) He married on 31 January 1889 in Derry City to Bridget MCSHEFFREY, whose father William came from Fahan. William MARTIN was employed as an RP (rural postman), Londonderry to St Johnston, from 1 July 1873 until 19 December 1876. I have not been able to locate the marriage of William and Eliza or details of any more of their children. Any assistance would be appreciated.

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