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  1. Moved: Richard Harcourt fought with King James

    Started by Cwillis‎, 02-03-2018 11:40 PM
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  2. Robinson family

    I have been looking for information on my Robinson ancestors for a while with limited success. I have Benjamin Robinson born around 1821 in Diviny (Divinny, Divenny), County Armagh, he arrived in South Australia around 1839/1840. He later moved to Victoria (between 1853 and 1857) with his wife,...

    Started by HBear7‎, 08-07-2017 1:14 PM
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  3. Question Mcgrady/mcreadie/macardie portadown

    Hi Ive traced my family to Portadown,Ireland heres where I started below is my grandad edward in 1911 census,he was born in 1909 also I got William and Susans marraige cert which had williams father on as Arthur Mcgrady 1911: RG14/22418 SN32 Address 9 BRIDGE ST BOOTLE County Lancashire ...

    Started by toffeetower‎, 26-05-2011 8:26 PM
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  4. I'm Confused

    I had a thread here http://www.british-genealogy.com/threads/84599-Where-to-go-now and it has fired me with enthusiasm but I'm not sure where best to go now/what to do next. The Will of Elizabeth Ross convinces me that Catherine O'Hanlon's mother's maiden name was Ross. It explains the...

    Started by AudreyF‎, 14-12-2014 6:52 PM
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  5. Thomas QUIN, Royal Artillery, b. Armagh 1760

    Hello members, Does anyone have a QUIN family in Armagh in their genealogy? I'm looking for my only Irish ancestor (so far), Thomas QUIN, born approximately 1760. Thomas QUIN, aged 18, joined the Royal Artillery on 02 August 1778. His record states that he was born "Armagh parish, Armagh...

    Started by Jane Elderfield‎, 24-06-2014 5:20 AM
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    31-01-2016, 5:37 PM Go to last post
  6. Emmigrant Records

    Does anyone know if there are any existing records for Northern Ireland emmigrants who sailed to Canada during the potato famine(about 1847-1849)? I am quite sure my ancestors lived in Armagh, but have no idea which part they came from, unfortunately. It's a real brick wall. I have not had ANY...

    Started by angmcp‎, 21-02-2015 6:44 PM
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  7. A researcher in Armagh

    Some years ago I was trying to find out some information about Catherine O'Hanlon (father John, sister Betsey/Elizabeth) in Ireland around mid 1850's. At the time I wrote to Fergal O'Donnell at Armagh Ancestry and he replied that he thought he could help find some information/had found some useful...

    Started by AudreyF‎, 24-06-2014 1:17 PM
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  8. RootsIreland.ie Help Needed

    I have a set of six siblings by the name of Hume. The first two (Eugenie and Alice) were born in Lurgan and Lurgan or Curragh respectively. But, the younger four (Edward John, Roderick Stuart, Thomas Ross and Claude Lionel) were all born in Armagh from 1883 to 1888. I've seen (on RootsIreland)...

    Started by AudreyF‎, 18-02-2014 6:39 PM
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  9. BREEN and McCANN

    I would like to connect and share info on the BREEN and McCANN families. William Breen b.1835 married Ann (abelle)McCann b.1832 at Rich Hill Church in Armagh. Children were John, Annabelle, Jones, Henry, Elizabeth, Mary, Joseph born in Ireland and Thomas and Louisa born in Canada Cindy

    Started by CindyR‎, 22-02-2008 10:30 PM
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  10. Vaughan family from Seagoe Parish

    Vaughan family from Portadown, Armagh. I have traced back to William Vaughan, born 1762 (d 1847) who married Hannah. Son, William Vaughan, born 1805 at Killycomaine - son Thomas Vaughan, born 1846 who became principal of Moyallon School. Anyone with links to Vaughan family from Armagh I would...

    Started by Sheel‎, 04-01-2012 11:41 AM
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  11. Question Belfast Rangers

    I have been looking for my Grandparents Arthur and Elizabeth Muldoon. Ihave came up with an uncle of my fathers on his mothers side,William Lunn, who I'm lead to believe, played football for Belfast Rangers can anyone tell me if there is still a team of that name,and where I could contact them.The...

    Started by geo55‎, 16-11-2007 9:57 PM
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  12. Delmege TRIMBLE, The "FAUGH-A-BALLAGH", 1915

    Filed with John Copeland's WW1 Service Records (WO 363): A handwritten letter on headed notepaper from Delmege TRIMBLE, Assistant Editor of "The 'Faugh-A-Ballagh', the Regimental Gazette of the Royal Irish Fusiliers (10 Battalions), 'Armagh Guardian' Office", published January April July &...

    Started by fullscott‎, 07-11-2013 8:28 PM
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  13. Smile How do I trace a Birth Record In/from Armagh

    Hi, Wondered if anyone could help. I am tracing my Gr8 Gr8 Grandfather, Francis McShane, he was born in Armagh (unfortunately, thats the only information on the place) in 1841/42. He joined the army 6th Inniskillings, however, I am just trying to find out more details on that. I would like to...

    Started by Siennahall‎, 15-10-2008 5:46 PM
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  14. Unhappy John Daly Armagh birth...army records?1914-1918

    I an searching for John Dalys details.He was born in Tullysaran I believe,son of Luke Daly and Mary nee Lappin.He was born in August 1880 and moved to Scotland later where he worked in the heavy industries of Old Monkland and married Bridget Bennett of Coatdyke in 1902. Later he was in the Army...

    Started by mentorscotus‎, 13-11-2007 2:55 PM
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  15. Post Harcourt Family

    Looking for contact about a George Harcourt b 1802 in Armagh, Northern Ireland who married a Jane Walsh who was born in 1805 in RichHill Armagh, in Richhill about 1836. Their first child, George was born in 1837 and they also had Mary, Anna, John (my g grandfather), Elizabath and Jane Gibson. The...

    Started by ElizabethLinnHo‎, 07-01-2012 2:40 PM
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  16. Boyle from Newry c 1834

    I am trying to find ancestors & relations of a Mary Boyle, she came to Australia as an orphan in 1844 with an Aunt & Uncle. She finished her education in Melbourne before marrying Thomas Matthews 1852, and then living in Tallangatt area of Victoria until she died in 1900.

    Started by peejayoz‎, 16-05-2011 7:26 AM
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  17. Red face macsherry family of armagh

    hi popsy...their daughter rebecca was the first wife of my gr granpa john mcquarrie she died quite young leaving him with a good few children..my gran mary mc clune was his second wife ...altogether between the two wives he fathered about twentyone children ..my father hector being one of them,ill...

    Started by mcjeanie‎, 10-01-2010 12:59 PM
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  18. William McMullen Army Soldier pre:1894

    |wave|Struggling to find information about William McMullen born 1850 in Lugaboy, County Armagh, Northern Ireland. In 1911 census was living with his second wife Mary Ann at 38 Newry Street, Markethill, Co Armagh, occupation retired Army pensioner. One of his children Martha McMullen born in...

    Started by green family‎, 19-11-2009 10:12 PM
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    31-01-2011, 5:21 PM Go to last post
  19. Dodds in Amagh

    Could someone please help with my Dodds ancestors' I believe they left the Borders of Scotland around 1700 & went to N. Ire. to work in the Linen Trade.Then around 1820 they emigrated to Canada. Some of the given names in the family are John, James, Robert, Elizabeth, Phoebe, Jane. Some believe...

    Started by tiny99tina‎, 08-04-2008 3:12 PM
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  20. Elizabeth Isabella ?? (Martin)

    looking for any information on my great grandmother Elizabeth Isabella from Armagh, Ireland born 1855 died 1893 Holywell, Flintshire, Wales. Married William John Martin from County Down Ireland.

    Started by Sandra L Ormsby‎, 30-12-2009 12:46 AM
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