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red mail Carrickananny Loughgilly
My ancestors come from Carrickananny in the parish of Loughilly I am finding it difficult to trace them pre Griffiths land valuation and would love some help
red mail Honeyford family from Bessbrook Bessbrook
My grandmother Lucretia Honeyford was born 23/9/1886 in Bessbrook, County Armagh to parents James Honeyford and Margaret nee Reid. She had siblings Edward Benjamin b. 21/4/1882,James Annesley b. 30/1/1885, Mary Georgina b. 19/11/1889 and Gregory b. 12/6/1892. The family were Quakers and lived above the Friends Meeting House in Bessbrook as caretakers for many years, although their father James was also a painter /decorator.The main industry of Bessbrook at the time was the linen mill. Lucretia was a dressmaker and sailed for Australia via London on board the " Benalla" in 1922, reportedly to get away from " the troubles" in Northern Ireland. She married a widower, James Holdsworth in Sydney, N.S.W in 1923 ( James' parents were originally from Queensbury in West Yorkshire, England ) and had my father James Annesley b. 1924. She died in 1968, never losing her broad Irish accent. I have visited Bessbrook twice and it is still a pretty village close to Newry. For some time it was the site for the largest heliport in Northern Ireland. I met cousins whom I had not known existed and was fortunate enough to be shown through The Friends Meeting House by the then caretaker Ted, who was the only one old enough to remember my grandmother. Anyone related to the family is welcome to contact me to swap info. Regards Janice
red mail Loughgilly Parish Loughgilly
My ancestors show up in records from this parish, Does anyone know the towns or churches that encompass this parish, or if it still exists today
red mail whitecross ballymoyer newtownhamilton Ballymoyer House, Ballymyre House
i have a record of the marriage of sarah boyle to richard kennon my gggrandfather in 1850. his son hugh kennon married mary ann mckeown in 1884. their children were patrick james, gertrude, alphonsus, and william john my grandfather. they all travelled to america, only my grandfather william returned after fighting with the us army in the great war.
red mail ballymoyer Ballymoyer House, Ballymyre House
my grandfather william kennon1888 married mary cassidy1895 they lived on ballymoyer road where my uncle hugh still lives.The whole area of ballymoyer was leased by a sir walter synnot, i have found records of a lease between marcus synnot his son and my gggrandfather richard or william cannon. the synnots lived at ballymoyer house which was built in the late 1700's. I have emailed distant relatives of sir walter who now live in australia. ballymoyer house was left derelict and ruined internally by the black and tans in the 1920'-30's. the land was handed over by the hart-synnot family in the 50's to the national trust. sadly the house and it's fountains have been uncle's farm backs on to this reserve which is mainly woodland.

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