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red mail The Creighton family
I am searching for the forebears of James Creighton and his wife Margaret Conn. Their son Robert was born in Donaghadee 1802 and emigrated to Australia in 1839. Robert was a wheelwright. I would also like to find Robert's siblings and cousins etc to verify family connections. Bethan
red mail Barclay, Mary
I am looking for information regarding my great grandmother Mary Barclay born to John Barclay and Jane Rowan about 1834 in Donagahadee . She was a seamstress, went to Ayrshire Scotland and married my great grandfather Thomas Warnock in 1895. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Donaghadee / Cotton / Bangor
I am seeking information on a McClelland family County Down. I have Robert McClelland born to John McClelland and Jane McConnell circa 1843, Joseph McConnell McClelland circa 1850 and Sarah McClelland circa 1842. Robert came to Australia circa 1870 and Joseph Married in New Zealand 1891. Sarah married ? Finlay in Newtownards in 1860 and they too went to New Zealand. John & Jane had at least two other daughters christened in Donaghadee in the early 1850's, Margaret & Dortha It is possible that John was the son of Robert McClelland and Anne Pritchard. Can any one please help me with this family?
red mail William Murray b abt 1827
Searching for any info on William Murray born in Donaghadee about 1827 or his father Thomas who was a fisherman. William moved to Dumbarton and worked as a ship carpenter. Thomas married a Mary Calderwood.
red mail DUGAN
My grandfather's name was JAMES ARTHUR DUGAN he was born in Donaghadee July 1904. His mother's name was LIZZIE STRAIN and his father was HUGH DUGAN. Any information would be fantastic as there is very little known about his life in Ireland. Thank you
red mail Harper/Barr
trying to trace ancestors of William Thomas Harper b.1861 married Eliza Jane Barr b. 1864 in 1880... son Hugh Marten Harper, emigrated to USA . Looking for family of today.
red mail Crawford
Looking for info on James Crawford, born c1825 in Donaghadee. Father John Crawford. James married Jane Brown and their son was my Great Grandfather, William John Crawford born 1846
red mail WILLIAM ANGUS & MARGARET (nee HAISLEY) & Family ?
Could someone please fill me in about WILLIAM ANGUS who married Margaret (Nee HAISLEY.) in aboy 1845. Where are any of their family now. I know they had at least 2 children, ANDREW and I forget the daughters name. but there are most likely Great Grandchildren still around, if so please get in touch. Thanks.Heather
red mail William McConkey
Looking for family of my g-grandfather, William Thomas (Baxter) McConkey, b 25 Jan 1868 in Donaghadee,I think, certainly raised there. His father was also William McConkey, a plasterer,who was dead by the time younger William married in Workington, Cumberland on 29th October 1893. Younger William's mother, Ellen, was 51 at the 1891 English census( also living in Workington). Possibly the christian name 'Baxter' refers to his mother's maiden name? Ellen Baxter ?
red mail Nixon family
Looking for information on the Nixon family from Donaghadee, Ireland and Scotland. The family consisted of three brothers: Henry born about 1840 who moved to Canada as a member of the 15th regiment. After his discharge from the army he located in Saint John,NB; he had two brothers: Archibald and Alexander. Their parents were John Nixon and Jane Beggs. Any information will be appreciated. Thank You Walter

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