Author Topic: O'Neill - Master of Lurgan Workhouse  (Read 35375 times)

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Re: O'Neill - Master of Lurgan Workhouse
« Reply #54 on: Saturday 03 January 15 17:39 GMT (UK) »
Hello again,

Here are the names of the beneficiaries from James Bell O'Neill's will who I assume are his siblings:

Mr John Henry O'Neill
Mrs Sarah O'Neill
Mrs Beattie [nee Annie Elizabeth O'Neill]
Mrs McIlhenny
Mrs Blake

I hope that's a help to some of you :)
Ireland - Beattie, McAlister, O'Neill, Smyth, Mulgrave

Suffolk - Farrant, Mitchell, Devereux, Nunn, Canham

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Re: O'Neill - Master of Lurgan Workhouse
« Reply #55 on: Tuesday 20 January 15 23:43 GMT (UK) »
To "LJBeastie"-
Re your reply No 53 on 1st January last, I have thought about your cri de coeur for information on distant relatives. My ancestry tree is the one that will provide many answers to your questions, having over 1200 persons, the result of over ten years toil. Up to now I have kept it "private". But it is now time to let go and let it drift for all in cyberspace.  But before I can do this I must 1) obtain the consent of two relatives who have provided much personal information and 2) review all information, remove living persons etc.
Target date? Say the end of February.
Regards,
hamlets

O'Neill, Balmer, Dick, Lockhart, Jeffers, Morton, Ringland.
South Armagh, South Down, North Louth

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Re: O'Neill - Master of Lurgan Workhouse
« Reply #56 on: Wednesday 21 January 15 14:35 GMT (UK) »
To Hamlets,

Thank you so much! I'm completely stunned. Your answer is more than I could have possibly hoped for. Thank you for your generosity in offering to share the family tree you've put so much effort into. I know the rest of my branch of the family will be absolutely delighted to see it. Thank you again!

All the best,

LJ
Ireland - Beattie, McAlister, O'Neill, Smyth, Mulgrave

Suffolk - Farrant, Mitchell, Devereux, Nunn, Canham

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Re: O'Neill - Master of Lurgan Workhouse
« Reply #57 on: Sunday 31 December 17 15:58 GMT (UK) »
James O'Neill (1850-1922) and Sarah Balmer (1846-1915) had (amongst others):-
John Henry O'N (1873-1949)
James Bell O'N (1888-1922)
William James O'N (1874-?)
Am trying to find details of William James...
Was he an undertaker (like his father) as reported in 1923 in Canal St, Newry?
Was he the undertaker who had an establishment in 1927 in Sugar Island, Newry?
Much appreciate if any denizens of Newry (or anywhere) can help.
And a Happy 2018 to You All!
Hamlets.
O'Neill, Balmer, Dick, Lockhart, Jeffers, Morton, Ringland.
South Armagh, South Down, North Louth