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red mail ROBINSON
I'm researching the ROBINSON family of Mullaghbrack, near Markethill in the 1700's.
red mail Mcmullen
The Mcmullens lived around Markethill in the early 19th century. They were Presbyterians and farmed near Mount Norris and Damoily Townland. Sarah Mcmullen was born at Mount Norris in 1817 and her father Alexander Mcmullen moved the family to Newtownhamilton in the 1830s wher more children, including John Mcmullen were born. Any information on these Armagh Mcmullens would be appreciated.
red mail Market Hill Armagh
Hi All, I would like to find anything about Thomas CONNOLLY/CONNELLY from County ARMAGH, IRELAND (may have been Market Hill). Born 1836c, was married in the East Indies age 24 wife's name Matilda Payne.Her father was George Payne and he was in the British Army. Matilda was born in India. Thomas died in Learmonth, Australia in 1921 and was on an Imperial Army pension at his time of death. They had 4 children born in India and arrived in Australia in 1874 on the ship Pera, from Bombay. The children were William, Mary Jane, Eliza & James with one infant. They had another 6 children born in Australia. Hoping someone out there can help me as I have hit a brick wall. Lorraine
red mail The Burns family-Brackley Farm near Markethill
My Burns ancestors were from Brackley near Markethill. My grandfather Alexander was known as 'tailor Alex', son of Joseph Burns and Margaret Jane Gibson. He was born in 1854, but not honest about his age. He emigrated to Ontario, Canada in 1881, but made 3 trips back to Armagh. Some of the family remain in the area and others are scattered to New Zealand, South Africa, USA, and Canada.


 
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