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red mail Armour & McDaid Buncrana, Bun Cranncha
My 2xgreat-grandparents are Francis Armour b 1837 and Elizabeth McDaid b 1841. They lived in Buncrana.
red mail Sir William Macartney death 1867 Buncrana, Macartney marriage to Moss 1852 ...... Buncrana, Bun Cranncha
I am looking for information about the late William and his wife, having died at the "Glebe" late July 1867. I have a copy of a copy of a letter sent to a Mrs Metcalf (was Eliza Macartney? - McCartney as in marriage records, then Moss married 1852, 2 children, William Tennant & Marion Macartney ((Moss)) {husband, Christopher Tennant died Crimea War 1855}, Eliza remarried Robert Metcalf 1860), and of any information of Eliza Macartney, William and Marion. Marion married 1877 in Qld Australia, and William married 1879 in NSW Australia. I know a large amount of information re William, and still learning of Marion. Anyway back to the letter, written 29 Jul 1867 by a John Taylor (Sir William's valet, manservant?) written from "Line Fort" who tells of, to Mrs Metcalf (Sir William's daughter) the last few days of Sir William's life, John Taylor "saw to" the old gentleman, washed, shaved and suitably dressed in a "nice" coffin .... Sir William was buried in "poor Mr Harry's" grave, whose remains had not been in the least disturbed". "His funeral was large and reseptable and in the presence of Mr King from Prahan Victoria Aust who visited your Papa previous to his death, read the funeral Service". Where was Sir William buried? Who was "poor Mr Harry"? Any newspaper cuttings etc of the time covering this? When and what ship did William & Marion (and perhaps the Metcalf's) come to Australia? Mrs Metcalf was my husband's grandpa Moss's mother according to my sis-in-law who has the letter. Hope I haven't rambled on too much, Dale
red mail Boyd Butt Buncrana, Bun Cranncha
Great Grandfather John Senior Boyd Butt looking for info on parents undestand father soldier from shepton mallet mother from buncrana
red mail Sheridan - Boyce Drumhallagh Lower
William Sheridan & Catherine Boyce had a son William Sheridan about 1844. The son came to Australia in 1864 aged 18y. He stated his parents were farmers from Donegal. He was catholic,and could read & write.
red mail Boyd Buncrana, Bun Cranncha
I am looking for information about my ggGrandmother Frances Boyd. I believe she was born about 1816 in Buncrana.She married William Butt from Frome Somt.
red mail Lee Family. Buncrana
I would be gateful to receive any information regarding my Donegal connections. My Grandfather John Lee was I believe brn in or near Buncrana and he had two sons Samual (my Father) and John (aka Jack) and two stepsons Thomas (Tommy) and Alxander (Alex) Gamble who all lived in Argyle St Londonderry. One of my relatives ran the cobblers business and then I believe a guesthouse next to a public house named the"Cruishkeen Lawn" I await some response Thank you

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