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Dumfriesshire / Re: creighton/dickson/mouswald
« on: Tuesday 07 September 21 10:44 BST (UK)  »
Hello cupasoop - My Creighton are from Gosforth/Uldale just south of you in Cumbria. These Creighton[Crayton/Craiton] are said to have come from County Donegal pre 1800. The above threads do not fit with my info but if your research digs up any connection drop me a line. Good luck on your genie journey.

Jack Gee.

Scotland / Re: Scottish Covenanters
« on: Wednesday 25 August 21 04:56 BST (UK)  »
A good number also bolted to Northern Ireland.
To be with family or neighbours.

Jack Gee

Donegal / Re: Malcolm's from Aughagault, Donegal
« on: Wednesday 18 August 21 01:33 BST (UK)  »
In my McClure research thru Donegal i have three Malcolm threads that may help - relationships [if any] to each thread  unknown -
John McClure.b.1725.d.1778.m.Mary Malcolm.b.1726.d.1754.
1837 - Elizabeth McClure. Of Conwal, near Letterkenny.m. unknown Malcolm
Joseph HENDERSON.1851-1930.m.Susan MALCOLM1863-1942

pm me if you wish to expand.
Jack Gee

Ireland / Re: Ballybo/Ballyboe Definition?
« on: Tuesday 10 August 21 11:08 BST (UK)  »
Thank you all for the great input. It again filled  some gaps. To Skoos - Cowtown that was very enlightening.

Thanks again.


Ireland / Ballybo/Ballyboe Definition?
« on: Monday 09 August 21 23:39 BST (UK)  »
Hello Troops,
in my research i have often come across the terms Ballybo and Ballyboe.
One is a form of land measurement and the other is another district name for the townland of Findrum. Could someone provide me with a bit of background on both terms?

Jack Gee

Tyrone / Re: McClure of Cloghole/Tamnakeery
« on: Friday 06 August 21 13:50 BST (UK)  »
Spot on Kiltiglassen.
Great stuff again.
Many thanks

Tyrone / Re: McClure of Cloghole/Tamnakeery
« on: Friday 06 August 21 09:05 BST (UK)  »
Thanks Heywood.
much appreciated. I hope this request catches someone from the famillies or district mentioned.


Tyrone / McClure of Cloghole/Tamnakeery
« on: Friday 06 August 21 01:42 BST (UK)  »
Hello Troops,
there was a McClure family that resided in the Bready/Tamnakeery/Cloghole area of Co. Tyrone from the 1700's to about 1911. They are said to have move to the 'southern hemisphere' circa 1904/10. Looking for  connections with names of Roulston, Nesbitt, Sayers, Hart and Harvey.

Cheers Jack Gee

Hello Troops,
looking at making contact with family members of the spousal attachments of the Muller [umlets over U] family that originated in Smoellen Germany/Poland. The Mullers made attachments to their fellow countrymen or their offspring. These name are Albrecht, Gross, Schmidt, Kuhne, Sturtz, Stroessel and Weise.
The first couple of threads are
JohannChristianMULLERb1810Schmoellen. d24.3.1890Kinimakatka[Rego1890-3788] m.circa1835/8Schmoellen. JohannaDorothea[Anna]ALBRECHTbcirca1814/20Schmoellen.d.1893Kinimakatka[Rego1893-11438] and their first born -
JohannaEleonore[Laura]MULLERb19.5.1838Schmoellen. d21.1.1892DrungDrung. m1858Germantown.JohannFriedrichGROSSb22.10.1834KleinSchmoellen.d22.4.1922DrungDrng

Jack Gee

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