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Looking for information on John Gearge Hewitt
While researching my family tree I found that one of my ancestors was borne in Egypt in 1799 to John George Hewitt and ? .John George was in Napoleon,s army of occupation in Egypt and from what I understand had been involved with Wolfe Tones struggle for freedom in 1797 and had left Ireland on the failure of the campaign. From family rumour John George came from the Lifford/Strabane area,any information concerning this man would be greatly appreciated.
red mail McGinley/McDermott families from around Lifford area
I am looking for more information of the parents of Daniel McGinley, born c. 1860 in Ballindrait, Lifford. All the information I have at the moment is that his father was called Hugh McGinley, born c. 1830 and his mother was called Nancy McDermott, born c. 1835. I do not know where they came from & can only assume that it was from around the Lifford/Ballindrait area. Daniel married Mary Ann O'Donnell born c. 1864 in Clonleigh, Lifford (died 1932). Would love to hear from anyone with any information regards Caroline
red mail Moore family of Lifford, Donegal
My 2xg grandmother, Ann Moore b.c) 1811,(parents, James Moore & Margory Armour) was married in Lifford c1833 to Nathan Rodgers/Rogers, (parents, Nathan Rogers & Rachel Moore) they had 4 children prior to migrating to Aust in 1841, Andrew, James, Thomas & Margery. Ann had a brother Galbraith b.c) 1822, Glencush, which I believe to be now part of Co. Tyrone. Many thanks.


 
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