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red mail Stewart, William, Hugh early 1800's Billy
Looking for information on the Stewart's living at Billy, Antrim, Ireland. Hugh or William Stewart and family. They lived on the Ballyness property. Hugh was married to Mary McKinall (mcInall, MacNaul) about 1811.
red mail blacks Billy
I am looking for my ancestors a lachlan black and a grace mclaughlin of co antrim northern Ireland their daughters eliza black married a rothery and emmigrated to new zealand , another daughter married Robert Irwin Mclaughlin of Island corr co antrim they also had a Hugh, Maria,Sophia, and a Daniel. Im wondering if their parents may have come from Scotland orrigionally. I know they lived at moycraig mosside and I think some of their ancestors may still live there.
red mail Jamison McWilliams Derrykeighan
Looking for any info on William John Jamison who married Mary McWilliamsand their family. On their April 6th 1871 wedding registration he is listed as a widower from Ballynafeagh Parish of Derrykeighan. Mary is listed as a weaver from Urble parish of Billy. His dad was John Jamison. Her dad was William McWilliams. Their three sons were born William at Cloverhill Ballynafeagh, Charles at Larkhill, and Johnston at Drumafivey, before they all emmigrated to the USA then Canada. Is Larkhill now called Kirkhills? it seems to be in the same place on an old map. I am William and Mary's great grandaughter.
red mail Carnside House Billy, Bushmills Billy
Looking for information as to status of Carnside House located near Giants Causeway in 1914. Was it a farm, or a guest house then. Who owned it? It is currently a guest house.
red mail Seeking McInalls Billy
Family tradition says that James McInall went to Scotland from Bush Mills, Antrim which would be Billy or Dunluce parishes. According to Scottish records, he was the son of William McInall, storekeeper, and Jane McLoy and was born in 1832, in "Ireland". Spelling variant is McAnall.
red mail Johnston/Johnson Dervock
My ancestors came from Derrykeighan, near Dervock, and attended the Dervock Church. They were James Stuart Johnston and his wife Peggy, married in 1832, and her parents John and Mollie Johnson. Grandfather Thomas Johnston b.1835 came to Australia, his parents and siblings went to NY then Kansas in 1873. Any news of them appreciated
red mail Johnston/Johnson Derrykeighan
My ancestors came from Derrykeighan - James Stuart Johnston and his wife Peggy, married in 1832, and her parents John and Mollie Johnson. Grandfather Thomas Johnston b.1835 came to Australia, his parents and siblings went to NY then Kansas in 1873. Any news of them appreciated


 
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