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red mail william bell and jane hoy Craigs
William Bell, 1830/31, Connor/Craigs, Antrim and his wife Jane Hoy 1835/36? William and Jane are my great grandparents. I feel like I am hitting my head off a brick wall, as I cannot find William or Jane's parents. William and Jane moved to Scotland in the latter part of the century. I thank you in advance. ian.
red mail Mcphee/Paul Craigs
I'm looking for info on Samuel Mcphee, born 1831, and Mary Paul, born 1838, both in Ireland. Married in 1854 in Craigs, emigrated to Kilwinning, Scotland sometime before 1861
red mail Killough Rea Gortahar
Looking for info on Jane Killough, Father James Killough 1798 - 1869 and mother Mary Ann Rea 1797 - 1871 and their parents.
red mail Stewart/Mayberry Craigs
Hello everyone, I am looking for information on John Stewart (blacksmith) who married Elizabeth Mayberry. They had a daughter Nancy and then emigrated to Glasgow around 1855. Any help much appreciated.
red mail James Carey from Dunloy - found in Australia Dunloy
James Carey b Abt 1817 in Glenbuck Townland,(Near Dunloy) Rasharkin Parish, County Antrim, N. Ireland emigrated to Australia,a sheep farmer (and never married)and died in 1889, aged 72 years. No documentation remained about James CAREY so the date he sailed on (and with whom) the ship which carried him there and from whence, its port and date of arrival, what he worked at or where and the site of his grave, were all unrecorded. Information has recently come to light that James bought and worked a farm in Marnoo East, Victoria, Australia. He died in 1899 and the proceeds of his farm transferred to his Carey relatives in Glenbuck.
red mail ASBELL Crushybracken
Looking for anything on ASBELL family in the area. A "Faney ASBELL" is listed in Crushybracken/Rasharkin in the Tithe and Applotment book. My 3xGreatGrandfather John ASBELL married a Mary Simpson around 1820 in the "Ballymena, near Portglenone area". I believe the family immigrated to Canada around 1840. Looking for anything at all to go on.
red mail Holloday - Gilmore Garryduff
A letter dated April 22, 1839, written from Garryduff lists the following people: James Holloday and his wife Mary; their son Robert Holloday (who came to the United States); JamesÂ’ mother; his uncles,Andrew, Robert and William. James Holloday's sister, Mary (Molly)married Paul Gilmore, was disowned by her family, and emigrated to Canada. I'm interested in any details / history on Garryduff - particularly in reference to the Holloday and Gilmore families.
red mail MARGARET STEELE. Craigs
Margaret was my g grandmother, and she lived in Craigs at the time of her marriage, in 1883, to DAVID MCBRIDE,my g grandfather.I knew that one of them hailed from Culleybackey, and now find that it is nearby. I would be grateful for any info on the area around the time of their marriage. Thanks in anticipation. Gail

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