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Re: ALDERDICE of Derriaghy
« Reply #27 on: Friday 18 December 09 15:02 GMT (UK) »
Hi fmni,So nice to hear from you.
Thank you for that information.
I have a fragment of a writing saying: Thomas Partridge b.1758 that's all
                                           children: 1.    ??Partridge
                                                          2.William "
                                                           3. ?? Partridge
                                                           William Partridge b, 1785
                                                                     
grandchildren of Thomas: children of ?? partridge:1. John Partridge b.1810?
                                                                                                           d. 1888

                                                                                2. Denys Partridge
Denys was supposedly a land steward for the Marquis of Donegal. There must be somewhere to research this, I'm thinking.

On this page I have the marriage of John and Jane Alderdice m. 1849
 So it is one of the ?? names that is the father of John,
I would most certainly be the happiest person if you find anything at PRONI about John Partridge. Maybe his siblings will be mentioned also. I look forward to your reply.




Co.Antrim- Boomer (Bulmer), Partridge, Houston, Alderdice,
Co. Down- Leckey (lackey etc), Taylor,

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Re: ALDERDICE of Derriaghy
« Reply #28 on: Friday 18 December 09 15:17 GMT (UK) »
Here is a list of Tithe payers in Co. Antrim named Partridge

Daniel Partridge   Antrim, Derryaghy, Aughnasloane   1827
Henry Partridge   Antrim, Derryaghy, Aughnasloane   1827
John Partridge   Antrim, Derryaghy, Torneroy   1827
Thomas Partridge   Antrim, Derryaghy, Torneroy   1827

I also have Alderdice tithe payers if you would like them.
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Cully, Bannister, McConnell, Wallace (Co. Armagh) Anderson, Ross (Co. Antrim), Gray, Truesdale (Co. Down)
McCormick (Killyleagh and finally Belfast)

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Re: ALDERDICE of Derriaghy
« Reply #29 on: Friday 18 December 09 15:30 GMT (UK) »
Title:     
Forename:  John   
Surname:  Partridge   
Alt Surname:     
    Date Of Death:  27/06/1888   
Date Of Grant:  17/10/1888   
Effects:  Effects 45 10s.   
Registry:  Belfast   
 
 
Full Abstract:
The Will of John Partridge late of Magheralave County Antrim Overseer on a Railway who died 27 June 1888 at same place was proved at Belfast by Henry Partridge of Derriaghy said County

I suppose you already have this

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Re: ALDERDICE of Derriaghy
« Reply #30 on: Friday 18 December 09 15:38 GMT (UK) »
Hello RosemaryJoan, I don't have the 1827 tithes and I thank you for that.
Yes, I would be interested in the Alderdice tithe payers. Every entry that has been made carries a name and then when connections are finally made (hopefully) I can connect the dots.

I am appreciative of every liitle tidbit that I receive, everything is a clue. Thank you very much.
Co.Antrim- Boomer (Bulmer), Partridge, Houston, Alderdice,
Co. Down- Leckey (lackey etc), Taylor,

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Re: ALDERDICE of Derriaghy
« Reply #31 on: Friday 18 December 09 15:48 GMT (UK) »
Here you are

Edward Alderdice   Antrim, Derryaghy, Milltown   1827
Edwd. Alderdice   Antrim, Derryaghy, Milltown   1827
James Alderdice   Antrim, Derryaghy, Lambeg   1827
Mathew Alderdice   Antrim, Derryaghy, Moss Side   1827
Murry Alderdice   Antrim, Derryaghy, Milltown   1827
William Alderdice   Antrim, Derryaghy, Near Lambeg   1827

John's death is on the LDS pilot site.  born about 1810 as you say

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Re: ALDERDICE of Derriaghy
« Reply #32 on: Saturday 19 December 09 00:36 GMT (UK) »
In the publication

"election of knights of the shire for the county of antrim
List of the Poll showing at one view how and when each elector voted. By a member of the Independent Committee- Belfast. Printed by John Hughes, Bookseller and Stationer, Bridge Street. 1790"[/i]

Election held on 15th May 1790 and there were 4 candidates

Honourable Hercuiles Rowley Langford Lodge (Sitting Member)
Right Hon. John O'Neill Shanes Castle (Sitting Member)
James Leslie Esq. Leslie Hill (New Candidate)
Edmund A. McNughton Esq. Beardeville (New Candidate)

I am reading from a transcipt of this publication. I don't know how the franchise worked back then but the transcript concludes the long list of names saying that 3538 freeholders were polled and that the sitting members were elected.

Perhaps of interest to you is that it say that there is an Alderdice on this list of voters

Alderdice James Derriaghy and he voted for James Leslie & Edmund McNaughton

 There is also a Rainey Boomer but not partridge

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Re: ALDERDICE of Derriaghy
« Reply #33 on: Saturday 19 December 09 10:39 GMT (UK) »
Hello Magheragall,  Was there a Bannister??  My Bannisters were from that Parish.
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Re: ALDERDICE of Derriaghy
« Reply #34 on: Saturday 19 December 09 11:08 GMT (UK) »
Yes

Bannister Hugh, Clogher

There must be a "clogher" in Co Antrim. The addresses given seem mostly townlands.

He voted for Rowley & O'Neill

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Re: ALDERDICE of Derriaghy
« Reply #35 on: Saturday 19 December 09 11:13 GMT (UK) »
Yes, that's one of mine.  Clogher was a Townland in Derriaghy Parish.
Thanks.
RosemaryJoan
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