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red mail Bowers
Samuel Bowers, born Muff. Oct 1901. His father Samuel Robert was with Royal Irish Constabulary. He died 1916. No mention with RIC. He may have been born in Kinlough and may have died in Donegal. May have been killed by a cow!!!!
red mail McDonald McDonnell
I am looking for Daniel McDonnell who married Catherine Lafferty 1850 in Muff Donegal. His father was also Daniel and Catherine's father was Arthur Lafferty. They had four children Daniel born 1862 in Coatbridge Scotland who married Jessie Weir in 1887. Daniel died in Glengarnock Ayrshire Scotland 1925. Matilda born 1864 in Derry John born 1867 in Derry and Martha born 1870 in Kilderry Muff. Does any of this sound familar to anyone
red mail Dunsmore
John James Dunsmore born in Muff 1911 moved to Scotland at two weeks old with his father James Dunsmore and his mother Elizabeth (possibly Orr). He married Maryann (possibly Spratt) in 1934. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail McConnell
Looking for info about James McConnell, farmer of Ardmore in Muff parish. He had a son Robert, born in 1866 who married Frances Brooks, daughter of Samuel Brooks of Muff.
red mail Hamilton, born Donegal
Moore Hamilton was probably born in Donegal about 1807 and married Mary Jane Long. Their son Moore Hamilton (born about 1843 at Drumanael, a farm near Muff in Donegal) came to Pt Phillip, Victoria with his sisters Mary Jane 18 and Sally (Sarah) Ann 16 in 1864. In 1868 at Skipton, Victoria he married Janet Wilkie. Moore's brothers George and James Hamilton also came to Victoria. They all settled in the Redesdale/Barfold district in Victoria. Does anyone connect with this family? Tom Melbourne


 
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