2 edition of Account of two journies southward in Ireland, in 18178dBy John Gough. found in the catalog.
Account of two journies southward in Ireland, in 18178dBy John Gough.
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John S Ireland. Birth: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Metropolitan Borough of Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England. Death: 25 Jul (aged 87–88) Burial: Old Jesmond General Cemetery. Genealogy Centre Contact Details Centre for Migration Studies 2 Mellon Road Omagh Tyrone BT78 5QU Tel: Email: [email protected] He died by 5 Mar /8 when a court record, referring to him as deceased, ordered his land divided and bequeathed to his two sons, Elias Irish and John Irish Junior, his brother." [PCR ]. Children. Elizabeth, b abt ; m by Philip Washburn, son of John Washburn.[PLR ; MD , ].
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3D Issue Digital Edition. To access the book, click on red book icon after clicking on link above. ARMSTRONG Nancy John ARMSTRONG Esther Kilgad Connor Antrim Lower ANTRIM John Armstrong 46 marriedEsther 49 wife, Marg Ja Wil Will Pe Nancy 7, Allen 9.
Charles MC GON son-in-law, Allen 9 absent. BAKER Mary John BAKER Ellen BAKER Kealties Durrus Carbery West Cork - Agent, The Rectory, Durrus, Cork. Mary daughter of George and Mary Baker of Esknabreena in Mary daughter of Richard and Mary Baker of Kealties in Entries of baptism of Eliza, Susanna and Ellinor, daughters of John and Ellen Baker were found but no others.
Abernethy. ABERNETHY, Agnes b - Down, Ireland ABERNETHY, Jane b - Waterford, Ireland ABERNETHY, Margaret b - Down, Ireland. Adair. ADAIR. Published by Cincinatti-based Family Tree Books, whose sister company produces the USA's top-selling genealogy publication, Family Tree Magazine, the book is aimed primarily at Irish-Americans.
It includes chapters on Ireland's history, geography and land divisions, Irish names, and the key waves of Irish immigration to America. MAGUIRE Hugh John MAGUIRE Margaret MAGUIRE Ederney Magheraculmoney Lurg Fermanagh - John & Margaret Maguire mdchildren John 8, Mary Ann 4, Thomas 3, William 2, Eliza 1.
also John & Margaret Maguire mdchildren Mary 6, Biddy 4, Pat 2, Francis 3 months. - Edenaclaw, Ederney, Co Fermanagh.
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de Breffny, Brian, ed. and comp. Bibliography of Irish Family History and Genealogy. Dublin, Ireland: Golden Eagle Books, (Family History Library book Ref D23d.) Grenham. KEARNY Jane John CRILLY Mary CRILLY Keady Maghera Loughinshollin Londonderry John and Mary CRILLY marriedPat.
7, Michael 3, Biddy 2, Jane 6months, Andrew 3months diedJane 9months died Parents marriedPat. 15, Michl. 12, Jane 9, Cath.6, Mary 2, John 1month, Biddy 11 absent, Jane died aged 13(1yr?), Francis died aged 3, John died.
Genealogy profile for John Ireland John Ireland ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for John Ireland ( - ) family tree on Geni, with. National Archives of Ireland. Records to search -Census, Land, Government,Education, Passenger lists, Parish lists. This is the Irish History Family Foundation.
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IF YOU FIND SOMEONE YOU THINK YOU. John had 5 siblings: William Ireland, Edward Ireland, Mary Ireland, Alice Ireland and Thomas Ireland. John lived on April 2in Stanley Lane, Dock Ward (Belfast Clifton), Antrim, Ireland.
John B Ireland John B Ireland in England & Wales Census. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs.
Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate An illustration of text ellipses. Caledonia.: Or, a Historical and. The drastic action that was taken was the Act of Union, passed in It formed a new country ("The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland") by uniting England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland.
A new flag - the Union Jack - was created for it which had components from the flags of each member state. Mary was born and baptised at St Patrick's Church in Soho.
Her parents were Michael Dolan and Margaret nee Flanagan and were both born in Ireland but no information as to where. They were married at St Giles in the Fields Church in London, in I have also found two other children, John born and Margaret bornboth in Soho.
Name: John Irish; Sex: M ; Birth: ABT in Barrow, Somersetshire, England; Death: 05 Mar in Duxbury, Plymouth Co., MA; Person Id: I; Tree Id: ; Search for John Irish in Fold3 Records Search for John Irish in Newspapers Possible Record Matches on Ancestry Parents Father: Jonathan Irish; Mother: Elizabeth Kirby; Family.
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John CONNEL was born c in Ireland and died in Hobart in Michael KAVENAGH said to have been born in Co Wicklow c and died in Hobart in A paid researcher has said that John CONNEL was born in the Parish of Castlemanagh, near the town of Kanturk, Co Cork, (from his army record), no birth located.
John Ireland was born aboutWharton, Lancashire, England. John Ireland passed away 29 JulyPrescott, Lancashire, England. He was the son of William Ireland and Eleanor Molyneux. John Ireland was married to Margaret Stanley.
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Dunluce, Antrim. Found James ADAMS 71 head of family. Tips for Finding Your Irish Immigrant Ancestor's Place of Birth in Ireland a research guide for Irish-Americans Irish Passenger Lists Research Guide Ireland to. A newer version of John Irish's ancestory, "John Irish was the illegitimate son of John, the elder, and Elizabeth Twytt, his servant.
His father died in when John was 11; he signed his indenture papers at age 12 in at Clisdon Parish, Hampshire, England (see George E. Irish's book "John Irish" ). Ancestors from Ireland. and/or. Add Ancestor. Anna Furey. Donegal DOB: Catherine Mitchell. Roscommon DOB: Fr.
Patrick Barrett. Rathfarnham (Dublin) +others Killummod (Roscommon) DOB: 15th Jan Margaret Wall. Castlegar (Galway) DOB: Patrick Kyne.
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