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red mail DEMPSEY, HANNAH/ANN
Seeking information about the above ancestor. Hannah was born in Kilrea, Derry about 1836, father Charles Dempsey. She emigrated to South Australia in 1853 living at Angaston. Hannah married William Charles Hodder in 1857 and had eight children. Does anyone have information about Hannah's life in Kilrea and the reason she emigrated to South Australia at about 17 years of age, presumably alone? Any immigration records in South Australia etc? Thank you so much.
red mail Patton/Patten
Seeking information on a Matthew Patton b. 1788 in Drumnacannon, Tamlaght O'Crilly, Co Derry. Mother was Martha Patton. Married to Nancy Wright or McPeake. They immigrated from Kilrea to Quebec in 1834. Matthew, Nancy, Henry b. 1818, William b. 1822, Sarah Wright b. 1829, Nancy b. 1830, Matthew 1832 and Matthew's mother, Martha Patton 74 yrs. old. Any assistance would be wonderful. Regards, Alice
DEMPSEY
Hannah DEMPSEY b Kilrea c. 1836-7, daughter of Charles DEMPSEY. Emigrated to South Australia as a single young woman in the 1850s, and married William Charles HODDER, widower, in Holy Trinity Church, North Tce, Adelaide , stating in the registration of the marriage that her father was Charles DEMPSEY. Resided for many years at Angaston in the Barossa Valley, 90 km ne of Adelaide and had a large family. Seeking details of her parentage and family background. Suggestions /advice about how to obtain such information would be very much appreciated.
red mail Greer family of Timaconway
Gt-grandfather Robert Bolton Greer baptised May 1851 at 1st Kilrea PRes. Church, father Robert Greer, mother Nancy Bolton, address given as Timaconway. Robert Bolton Greer joined RIC, served in Belfast and Roscrea, married Julia Obrien, died 1929 in Wicklow. Any information on the extended Greer family (who seemed to be all named Robert!) would be appreciated. I know that several of his siblings emigrated to Australia in the 1800s. Thank you. Val, Australia.
red mail Joseph Clark/e
Joe Clark was an Ulsterman who emigrated to America from Tamlaght O'Crilly in the early years of the 20th century; Joe fought with the American Expeditionary Force in France from 1917 until the end of the war in 1918, when I believe he returned to New York. Joe had been perhaps wounded in the hand/arm and certainly spent some time in Camp Hospital 49; near a town called Laignes, Burgundy, in the Department Cote d'Or, France. Do you have any information on Joe, his hometown in America and any surviving relatives, if so I should be glad to hear from you.
red mail Joseph William Clark; Tamlaght O'Crilly
Do you have any information relating to Joseph William Clark of Tivaconway, near the Villages of Upperlands, Tamlaght O'Crilly, Swatragh and the town of Kilrea.did Joseph have any siblings? Do you know the names of his parents and grandparents? if you have any information I should be glad to hear from you.
red mail Relatives of John Clark
John Clark appears on the 'muster roll' of the Mercers Company, in the Plantation Town of Kilrea, Co. Londonderry (formerly Co. Coleraine) in 1604. Are you directly related to John; if so I should be grateful to hear from you! Do you have any information on John, his antecedents or ancestors?
red mail McGill family
Hello, Does anyone share the McGill/MaGill family. HUGH Mcgill born C1799 and wife ELIZA (Huston?) and children James (1832), Abraham (1836), Eliza (1837), Mary (1838), Annie (1843) and Joseph (1847). The family settled in Whitehaven, Cumbria and are there on the 1841 Whitehaven census. Annies' birthplace on 1911 census given as Kilrea.
red mail Mulligan/Scullion/Milligan - Kilrea
James SCULLEN and Annie McCORMICK were parents of Elizabeth SCULLEN(b. abt 1812). Elizabeth SCULLEN married Joseph MULLIGAN Snr. in Kilrea abt 1826. Elizabeth immigrated to Australia as a widow with her son Samuel in 1867.
red mail Trainor/Traynor Coleraine St, Kilrea
Now having confirmed at least two generations of Trainor's in 42 Coleraine St Kilrea, 1901 Sarah Jane 65, daughter Mary, grandaughter Lizzie, and Grandaughter Bridget Farrell. 1911 at 49 Coleraine St, William John, wife Mary Jane, daughter Sarah Jane 23, later in Ballymoney. Four dead infants between 1888 and 1898 would love to find out where these are interred. Does anyone remember any tales of this family, is the name still around Kilrea. known links to Kirkwood of Greenfields, Innishrush, Farrell & Baxter Ballymena

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