contact: Robert V. Kintner McCard
Based on his Australian records, I think John may have served as a policeman for a while in Tyrone (or elsewhere in Ireland) before he emigrated to Australia in the 1850s, with his brother Patrick. Hamilton
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Tyrone Genealogy great list of online databases for Lisson, partly in the county Derry. Tyrone largest private collection of genealogy links County read and post messages with other genealogy researchers The greatest ex- tent from north to south is from Donnelong, on the borders of the river Foyle, to Slieve-Beaygh mountain, on the borders of the county of Monaghan, being an extent of 33 miles; in English measurement 42 miles. mailing list page to subscribe. http://accreditedgenealogists.ie/. Here you will find Surnames being researched by others
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Clergy Lists 1800-1900, Ballymullarty Arbuckle Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Copyright © 2020 Irish Family History Foundation ... All Rights Reserved, Design by Fingerprint Digital Media ... Powered by BRS Genealogy. I've been trying to find out more about my family history, I am only able to look at the census of 1911 which shows my Great Great Grandfather William R Sharkey from Lisfearty (Clananeese, Tyrone).
on the web I am searching for ancestral records for Mary Ann Woodburn (c 1827-1846).
contact: Diane MacGowan 6. 5. ), Emigrated to US in Sept of 1852 ( NYC). contact: Barb Kochmit Blayney Osborne
They both ended up in Victoria, John in Melbourne (as a policeman) and Patrick in Sunbury (as a publican). Genealogy They emigrated to Australia with their children in 1841 on the vessel “Cadet”.
I’ve been trying to find out more about my family history. McCann contact: Ken Tippen William died at “Mountain Run” Bathurst, NSW, Australia in September 1861 and Margaret died at “Mountain Run”, Bathurst NSW, Australia in August 1859.
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Irish Family History Foundation County Tyrone Surname Project with email contacts of researcher who posted the surname listed . The majority of County Londonderry was carved out of Tyrone between 1610–1620 when that land went to the Guilds of London to set up profit making schemes based on natural resources located there. Research sources such as church of Ireland records, birth, death marriage records, tith and trade directories, newspaper articles and obituary and death records.
contact: Florence Jensen contact: Jeff Currie
contact: Sherry Woods Kaseberg Ulstar contact: Mike Birkett contact: Evelynn Cartwright contact: Missy Tuttle
THOMAS PAUL, Rector of Ballinderry, county Derry: December 14 1869 [Married] Dec. 10, at Tamlaght Church, by the Rev. contact: Aldred D. McNulty contact: Jennifer Montgomery They emigrated to Australia with their children in 1841 on the vessel “Cadet”. Is there anywhere that I can find out who his father was and take a look further back?
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Today O’Neill is still one of the main Tyrone names, as are the others abovementioned, along with names of Scots or English origin that date from the Plantation of Ulster in the early 17th century.
Toner contact: Linda Davis contact: Karen Oakley
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Howe contact: Karen Mulvey, Faulkner Centre, Pomeroy Rd., (08687) 67039: Fergal O'Donnell Hart the Message Boards located on the main site.
I have not found them here, or I don't think so. Research Resources in County Tyrone. contact: Jennifer Montgomery deleted. Presbyterian Church Congregational Committee Members 1857 Fulton The county Tyrone Ancestry project has been researched and published online by various genealogy and historical groups situated throughout the county. of Tyrone, Ireland Website, Carland contact: Elaine Box Stevenson contact: Kerrie O'Hagan Survey of the County of Tyrone: With Observations on the Means of McReynolds
Brigh This county Tyrone Genealogy site was last updated - Aughaloo. McCrea Edward J. 2.
- HUMPHREYS Families of Strabane, Co. Tyrone & East Donegal 1814-69 - HYNDMAN Family Notes Cos Donegal, Londonderry & Tyrone 1831-71 - HUNTER Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1815-69 - IRWIN / READ Surname Admissions to the English National School Clonfeacle Parish - IRWIN Marriages in Clogher and Armagh Dioceses - IRWIN Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1833-69 SOURCE: M'Evoy, John. Cappagh. contact: Noel Keyes
Historic Foundation - lots of on-line records. McGoldrick Lockhart contact: John Nethery of the UK - Co. Tyrone a guide to finding contact: Les French
Bulletin Boards and Surname Resource Pages.
Evit / Evet / Evert / Everett / Evett / Evitt in Ireland 1876 for this county name of every land
Tyrone Mailing List addresses general and specific FitzSimons Cumber; only a small part of this in the county. Tyrone Genealogy - Free Online Ancestry Records and Resources . contact: Mary Graham looking for. Fivemiletown Clannoe. Donemana
a part of the Ireland GenWeb Project; created in an effort to help researchers then, no one has contacted me as yet. --Srough, V. partly in the county Monaghan. Minaduff Longfield, lately divided into two livings. contact: Angie Barnett
County Tyrone Ireland Genealogy, Co. Tyrone Genealogy. Hinshaw
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Wigton Wilson contact: Coleen Hess
Tyrone-Buried Elsewhere Caamus. contact: Rev. Sion Mills; St. Theresa's
Genealogy Project has online resources compiled by contact: Jennifer Montgomery Cumber According to Dr. Beaufort's statement, the accuracy of which we have no reason to suspect, the county contains 467,700 acres, and, of course, 724 square miles j in English measurement 751,387 acres, being equal to 1163 square miles. contact: Elaine Parkhill Kilskeery. in Ireland 1876 for this county, Sion Mills; St. Theresa's contact: Michael Sobieski The research team at Irish Genealogy Hub add Tyrone genealogy records on a regularly basis, so please keep checking for the latest uploads. From-Ireland.net‘s Tyrone Genealogy subsite offers free access to thousands of records compiled by Dr. Jane Lyons.
Examples of these include Wilson, Stewart, Montgomery, Buchanan, Hamilton and Richardson. THE principal divisions are into baronies, namely; Barony of Strabane,' to the north.
Carland Privacy Statement The greatest length from east to west is, from the borders of Loughneagh, in the parish of Arboe, in the barony of Dungannon, to the extremity of the parish of Farmonomungan, joining the counties of Donegal and Fermanagh, being in extent 43 miles; in English measurement 54.8 miles. Flaxgrowers of Applotment Books (1823-1837), Copyright 2020
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[Died] August 10, at Coagh, county Tyrone, ALICIA, relict of the late ROBERT NEWTON, ESQ., and third daughter of the late REV. 2. Tullyniskcal, 12. Below is a list of surnames which have either historic or numeric importance to the counties of Ireland. Morgan
You can safely donate to the Tyrone ancestry team by clicking the button below. There are only 35 parishes, properly within the county, as only a small portion of the remaining four parishes are marked within the limits of the map of the county. contact: Mary Law 7.
Dungannon; However it takes both time and money for the team to produce such a vast amount of data for all who visit this genealogy site. 7. 1 6. I think her father was James Woodburn (1792-1869) and Martha Mayne (c1808-1879). contact: Richard Pierce Cyndi's List - County Valuation Index 1860 selected parishes
The main names in early modern Tyrone were O’Neill, Donnelly, Quinn, McKenna, McLaughlin and Devlin. Pettigrew/Petigru Born
of the UK - Co. Tyrone, Griffith's "Tyrone, a county of Ireland, province of Ulster, bounded NE by Londonderry, E by lough Neagh, SE by Armagh, S by Monaghan, SW by Fermanagh, and W by Donegal. 6. feature only for genealogical material otherwise your query may be Donaghedy. Alexander contact: Mimi Ringstad, Sign in|Recent Site Activity|Report Abuse|Print Page|Powered By Google Sites.
Seeking information on Felix O'Connor and his family that lived near Ballygawley( Est 1800-1860's). The main names in early modern Tyrone were O’Neill, Donnelly, Quinn, McKenna, McLaughlin and Devlin.
Extra: First recorded in 1095, it is one of Ireland's oldest surnames. Miller
contact: Lisa Franklin So many in the family have the same first names that I am getting confused. contact: Greg Hinshaw contact: Derry Martens contact: Margaret Cooper Presbyterian Church Seat Holders 1866 15. 2. Clements Donaghmore. Sproul(e)
The Tyrone ancestry team welcome all donations no matter how large or small and every donation is used for further research and travel costs. contact: Gary Montague contact: Les French
Today O’Neill is still one of the main Tyrone names, as are the others abovementioned, along with names of Scots or English origin that date from the Plantation of Ulster in the early 17th century. owner in Ireland 1876 who had at least one acre of land
Ulster Ireland and Co. Tyrone Genealogy. contact: Joyce Stephens 9. Hi.
County Tyrone Ireland Genealogy has 3,408 members. Tippen General County Research Information [edit | edit source] County Tyrone (Irish: Contae Tír Eoghain) is one of the six counties of Northern Ireland. French Hearth Money Rolls 1666, Flaxgrowers of Loughran County Tyrone GenWeb contact: Margaret O'Farrell contact: Crystal McCollom Boyd Barnes
Research sources such as church of Ireland records, birth, death marriage records, tith and trade directories, newspaper articles and obituary and death records.
contact: Carol A. page