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Offline dot

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Maitlands in Ireland
« on: Tuesday 12 April 05 15:06 BST (UK) »
My husband's great grandfather Robert Maitland was born in Ireland in 1922 or 1923 (possibly Co Antrim) and may have married there before moving to England to work in the Durham coalfields.

Can anyone find details of his marriage - probably some time between 1840 and 1852. His wife's name was Mary. That's all the info I have.

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Re: Maitlands in Ireland
« Reply #1 on: Monday 27 October 08 14:24 GMT (UK) »
Hello Dot,

You must mean 1822 or 1823

Joseph Maitland - www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php/topic,39127.0.html3.

Murphicle's message on 26th April 05 says there was confusion about the date of Robert's birth but also says that he was born in Comber. Murphicle thinks Robert was born around the 1811 - 1813 period.

Christopher


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Re: Maitlands in Ireland
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 28 October 08 23:52 GMT (UK) »
Some maitland and mahaffey references for you, if you look up the sources you will get more detail and in Ros Davies case updated info.
Mahaffy,  Joseph,  Ballystockart,  D/654/A3/1B,      Freeholder in  www.proni.gov.uk       
Mahaffy,  Samuel,  Clontonecally,    D/654/A3/1S   Freeholder in  www.proni.gov.uk   
Maitland,  Charlotte,   Railway Street Comber,   Down: North,   Comber,   1st Presbyterian Church,    Ulster Covenant 1912 in  www.proni.gov.uk       
Maitland,  David John,   Comber,   Down: North,   Comber,   Square (The),    Ulster Covenant 1912 in  www.proni.gov.uk       
Maitland,  Ellen M,   Mill Street  Comber,   Down: North,   Comber,   1st Presbyterian Church,    Ulster Covenant 1912 in  www.proni.gov.uk       
Maitland,  James,  Cattogs,  D/654/A3/1N,      Freeholder in  www.proni.gov.uk       
Maitland,  James,  Cattogs,  D/654/A3/1S,      Freeholder in  www.proni.gov.uk       
Maitland,  James,  Cattogs,  D/654/A3/1S,      Freeholder in  www.proni.gov.uk       
Maitland,  James, Comber Registered as a freehold farmer in Cattogs In 1817 & 1824,  Leased From James Adair FR . ,   freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rosdavies/
Maitland,  James, Comber Registered as a freehold farmer in Cattogs In 1824,  Leased From Marquis Vane Londonderry FR,   freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rosdavies/
Maitland,  S, Mr. Comber Served In 1st World War 1914,  1918; Named On Monument Photo Available . ,   freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rosdavies/
Maitland,  Samuel,   Railway Street Comber,   Down: North,   Comber,   Orange Hall,    Ulster Covenant 1912 in  www.proni.gov.uk       
Maitland,  Sarah,   Railway Street Comber,   Down: North,   Comber,   Orange Hall,    Ulster Covenant 1912 in  www.proni.gov.uk       
Maitland,  William,  Cattogs,  D/654/A3/1S,      Freeholder in  www.proni.gov.uk       
Maitland,  William, Comber Registered as a freehold farmer in Cattogs In 1824,  Leased From Robert Maitland FR,   freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rosdavies/
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