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Re: Help finding GGGrandfather - Robert Eadie Co Down 1825
« Reply #19 on: Friday 15 September 17 15:00 BST (UK) »
Super again Daithai,
Much appreciated.
Robert

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Re: Help finding GGGrandfather - Robert Eadie Co Down 1837
« Reply #20 on: Sunday 28 January 18 20:34 GMT (UK) »
Hi All,
Hitting a brick wall with Hugh and Robert Eddy Eadie. Does anyone know if the burial records for Movilla cemetery are anywhere on-line? The other Hugh Eddy (born 1854) who lived close to the one mentioned above (born 1857) is buried there. I can't find any records of either of these two men before 1877. If they were not buried in Movilla any suggestions as to where they may have been buried. I have managed to rule out Donaghadee although there are other Eady's buried there. I had someone look at the exact location from the marriage certificate where Robert lived - it was not Ballyfrenis as I originally though but Ballygarvan which is just between Kircubbin and Greyabbey. Is there any other graveyards from that era around that area?

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Robert

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Re: Help finding GGGrandfather - Robert Eadie Co Down 1825
« Reply #22 on: Sunday 28 January 18 20:59 GMT (UK) »
Thanks. Not all are there. For example when I went down Gilbert Eadie and Gilbert Eddy are both there but not mentioned. Also is there a way online to find burials without a headstone?
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Re: Help finding GGGrandfather - Robert Eadie Co Down 1825
« Reply #23 on: Saturday 03 February 18 13:54 GMT (UK) »
Hi Caroline. I would really appreciate it if you could tell me where I could get the two certificates for your Robert Eadie who married Mary Hannah who you mention in your earlier post. I have looked and cant seem to find them anywhere. Even the church that they were married in would help. Thanks Robert

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Re: Help finding GGGrandfather - Robert Eadie Co Down 1825
« Reply #24 on: Sunday 04 February 18 17:59 GMT (UK) »
Do any of the names here  help ?
Northern Irish Gravestone Inscriptions
Surname(s)   Graveyard   Civil Parish   Graveyard Location   County
EDDY, GOUDY, MOORE, ADAMS   Movilla   Newtownards   Movilla   Down
Gravestone Inscription   Erected in memory of Gilbert Eddy late of Loughriescouse who departed this life Novr 2d A D 1791 aged 44 years Also three of his childrn Likewise his son Andrew Eddy who departed this life Decr 16th 1817 aged 34 years Here lieth the body of Margaret Eddy alias GOUDY alias MOORE, relict of the above named Gilbert Eddy, who departed this life 23rd November 1832 aged 84 years Here lieth the body of William ADAMS who died the 1st March 1852 aged 68 years.

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Re: Help finding GGGrandfather - Robert Eadie Co Down 1825
« Reply #25 on: Sunday 04 February 18 18:13 GMT (UK) »
Thanks for posting that. I am attaching a photo of that grave. It is trying to see who else is in the Gilbert Eadie grave beside that one and if there is a link to the Robert Eadie in my family that is the difficulty I keep running into. Thanks again for posting Robert