Fort Johnston is jut outside Aughnacloy with Johnstons still living there.
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26-12-2014 5:41 AM
The Registry of Deeds, Dublin, is open to the public. The records here are complete from 1708. These include memorials of deeds, leases of over three years, mortgages, foreclosures, marriage...
They may have died and not made a Will, or made one that was destroyed in fire BUT the TRANSFER of the property could very well be documented. The Registers of Wills and Deeds covers all religions...
Don't forget to look at the Dickey/Dickie Wills on PRONI https://www.proni.gov.uk/
I have Ematris photographed https://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/monaghan/photos/tombstones/monaghan-ematris/target59.html
Erected in memory | of | HENRY HEANEY | Tomaney | died 5th April 1838 |...
Well they don't know how to cook there! Tomany chefs spoil the broth!!
04-04-2012 1:32 AM
There are England born ones on 1911 Census.. https://
goo.gl/JBs5k[/ but as for a Cork link, nothing!
1901 ones b. England https://
Hi Guys, yes I have all this, didn't want to post all this data on him due to incorrect trees being put together by others. I was trying to avoid that.
I was simply hoping there might be a mention...
Yes I had all that, knew who he was the 4th son of, know the two Williams, know about John which is why I didn't really want to post all that info but yes he is the correct one.
No problem, except...
I've looked at any registers I can think of. Many of his family were M.D's and I can find them all over the world, Africa, Oz, Jakarta, Ireland, Hong Kong, Canada, USA but this guy just disappears......
The Matriculation Albums of the University of Glasgow shows JACOBUS SWAN M.D. 1782.
I know who he is but after getting his M.D in 1782 I can find nothing on him. Are there any Registers on line...
10-05-2011 1:13 AM
Hi Kerry.. maybe your name is given from where they came from? Killarney, Co Kerry.. a Gent, would be termed as someone of Private means, in other words independent money... You would need their...
It can't be that cos I never get there first! :devil: I was hoping there might be some in the private message....
Even though I have to log in each time and the new message was showing each time,...
Hope this is the correct place to post this!
I have 4 Private Messages, all opened, 3 replied to.
I'm getting a message that I have 1 new Private Message but when I click on Private Messages...
If I said Wm broke his neck when he fell off a wagon would that make sense to you?
Yes/No would suffice as I'm not putting too many details on line due to "harvesting" of data. This is absolutely...
There's nothing in the newspaper. Did he look at church records? Did whoever you paid look in church records? Someone needs to look in church records for where he was born.
You don't even need to go there!
You can have PLU's if you want them, along with your DED's, Baronies, Civil Parishes, Church Parishes then you'd be trying to compare apples with oranges, with...
Not stupid..Ireland doen't make things easy! Annagh would be a townland and in the parish of Butlersbridge. Your researchers SHOULD have looked here!
You would need to find out the father of this...
Well if he's from Annagh then that's were you look. Find the parents of this guy and see if yours is a brother or not. Even your researchers should have looked here as your chap only went to Redhill,...
seems to be the only possibility. Has anyone checked Annagh, Butlersbridge?
Could he be a sibling?
Sorry to hear that! Was driving through Cavan last week and saw sign for Redhill and was wondering how you got on.
Have you tried looking at 1911 census for any clues, the 1901 census will be...
And all for free, with 1901 Census coming soon for free.. https://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/search/
Do you know what church? What religion?
I was looking for a particular name in Monaghan, not there, also not under "keywords"... but I spotted another name of interest and when I read that deposition I noticed references to the name I was...
Cromwell in Ireland www.tcd.ie/history/1641
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