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red mail John HUDSON Portglenone
John HUDSON was born c1819 (probably Ireland) and died 1875 in Casheltown, Portglenone, Ireland. He married Eliza CHESNEY 1843 at Grange of Ballyscullion. As far as I know there was only one son, David born 1844 at Casheltown, Portglenone and who married in 1875 to Mary McCLURE at 1st Presbyterian Church at Ahoghill. I think John's parents were John and Jean HUDSON but I would like to prove if I am correct. Any help with this family would be much appreciated.
red mail Young Family Portglenone
I am looking for information on the ship James and Nancy Kelly Young came to America on in 1768. They settled the town of Springfield in New York State. I have been unable to determine the name of the ship but have the church letter of introduction they brought with them which is dated 5/14/1768 so they left shortly after that date. They came with their children and one sister.
red mail James Young and Nancy Kelly Portglenone
I am looking for any information on my great great great ect. grandparents. James Young was born on the Bann river about 1740 . He had one sister that we know of but no name to go with her or his parents. He married Nancy Kelly in 1756 or 57 and they had 5 children born in Portglenone (Francis, Mary,Robert,John and Jane. In 1768 they moved to America and were the 3rd family to settle the town of East Springfield New York. Would like info on Nancy's family to. Her brothers and sisters are as follows (John, Jean, Rose, Sarah, Eleanor,Millie and Margaret. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Patricia
red mail George Washington Clark/e Tamlaght, Tamlaght O'Crilly, and Parish
Are you related to George Washington Clark/e; if so I should be grateful if you would contact me as I am currently researching the Clark/e family in the Tamlaght O'Crilly area.
red mail John (Jack) Clark / Clarke Tamlaght, Tamlaght O'Crilly, and Parish
Are you related to John (Jack) Clark / Clarke who was born in Tamlaght O'Crilly and died in Brisbane Australia? If so I would like you to contact me as I am currently researching the Clark family.
red mail Johnston - McCullagh Portglenone
Looking for information regarding the parents and family of John Johnston and Mary McCullagh registered as parents of Samuel Johnston bn 18.12.1872 at Portglenone, Ballymena. The 1931 Certified Copy of his birth certificate shows the 'informant' as '' the mark of '' Jane Johnston, nfd I believe that they also had a daughter Elizabeth bn c1870. Samuel moved to Scotland, married Helen Jane Millar in Greenock and subsequently settled in Dumbarton. Official documentation in Scotland shows Mary's surname recorded as McCullough, obviously a variation of her name. The Johnston family added a 'e' to the name in the mid 1940's. Family folklore has it that the Johnston's owned farmland in or around Portglenone.
red mail Clark/Kirkwood Families Tamlaght, Tamlaght O'Crilly, and Parish
Are you descended from either Joseph Clark, born 1839 died 3rd March 1881 and Margaret Kirkwood, born 1844 died 21st May 1887? Joe and Margaret were resident in or near the Co. Derry village of Tamlaght in the period 1840 to 1890 period. I should be grateful for information relating to both Joseph and Margaret's parents. I am also interested to know if either had siblings? Are their descendants still in the Tamlaght/Kilrea/Upperlands area?
red mail William John Craig Portglenone
Willaim John Craig was born in 1833 in the borough of Ballymena either Ahoghill or Portgelone his father was called William Craig but want to find out who his mother was called, both him and father were bleachers for the Linen industry William John married a Sarah Wiley in 1854 they had a son called James ( my grandfather) born 1859 daughter Elizabeth born 1867 and son John born 1870 he had more children but need more info please if anyone could help me i would be very greatfull
red mail Tamlaght Clark/es Tamlaght, Tamlaght O'Crilly, and Parish
Are you related to the Clark/e family of Tamlaght O'Crilly, Co. Londonderry, if so I should be glad to hear from you. I am currently researching the family tree of Joseph William Clark/e. Joseph William was married to Esther Kirkwood; they had 2 sons that I am aware of William and John. William subsequently had 10 children; 8 of whom survived to adulthood. John, I believe was married twice, his first wife died childless, he remarried Elizabeth ?, they subsequently had 3 children one of whom was a son Sammy, the other children I believe to have been daughters. Are you related to S J Clark/e or his siblings? if so please contact me!
red mail Looking for Family Members of William Clark/e Tamlaght, Tamlaght O'Crilly, and Parish
Are you a descendant of William (Willie) Clark born 26th March 1866 in Tiviconway, close to the villages of Tamlaght O'Crilly and Upperlands and the towns of Maghera, Garvagh and Kilrea? William married Margaret Martin; they had 10 children; 8 of whom survived to adulthood are you related one of their children:- Joseph William; Maria; Esther Margaret; John (Jack); Matilda (Tillie); Margaret; James (Jim); Robert Charles (Robbie); if so I should be grateful to hear from you. Perhaps you are descended from Willie's parents; Joseph William Clark and Esther Kirkwood, again I should be grateful to hear from you.

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