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« on: Sunday 29 April 18 19:48 BST (UK)  »
Sadly I thought I had found someone who I could share information about Joseph and Isabella Martin, but for some unknown reason the person just ignored any requests for communication.
If anyone is related to them, please get in touch as Iím willing to share any information I have. Thanks in advance Gen10

Down / Re: Campbell and McCullough
« on: Saturday 09 April 16 10:02 BST (UK)  »
Thank you both for your help on trying to trace this couple and their family. I will let you know how I get on.

Down / Re: Campbell and McCullough
« on: Friday 08 April 16 22:26 BST (UK)  »
Thanks for your swift reply. These Campbell's were Catholics, I should have said that the records came from the record set Ireland Roman Catholic Parish Baptism Records. On the first sons baptism the mother is Helen but on Roberts she is down as Ellen. I have also tried to find out when Robert went to Scotland, whether he went as a baby, small child or young man. Would there be records to show a record of the boat/ship they left Ireland on? So far I've hit a brick wall.

Down / Campbell and McCullough
« on: Friday 08 April 16 22:02 BST (UK)  »
My 2x great grandfather Robert Campbell was born in Aghaderg, Dromore, County Down in 1850. I have found his baptism record for 5th June 1850. His parents on this record are Daniel Campbell and Hellen/Ellen McCullagh. Try as I might covering every area in Ireland I cannot find a marriage for Roberts Parents. They had another son previous to that in 1845 Jacum Campbell but he was baptised in Farsnagh, Ardboe, Armagh, Londonderry, Tyrone. I am sure there were more children I just can't find them. Can anyone help me and point me in the right direction? Robert went to Scotland. He married in 1871 in Glasgow. I don't know if his parents took him there as a young child or he went alone.

Thanks for the links. I'll certainly be taking a look at the books. Happy new year. Lex

Hya Derek have you any Cowie's or Cuthills in the Carmyllie area.


« on: Monday 17 June 13 11:45 BST (UK)  »
Hello Welshron, I have tried to pm you and e-mail you. I do hope that you and yours are well. You were my first link to the Martin's side of the family. It would be really good if you could get in contact with me as I would love to know more about them.

Ireland / Re: Irish 1841 census
« on: Monday 25 March 13 21:40 GMT (UK)  »
Hello Hugo, thankyou so much for the information. I just didn't know where to begin looking in the Irish records as I didn't have a clue where they came from. As for the Scottish census for 1871 I came across hundreds of Robert Campbells. What on earth I was doing I don't know. The census makes sense as Old Monklands is where they lived on arrival from Ireland. Thanks again for your help, your a star. GEN10

Ireland / Re: Irish 1841 census
« on: Sunday 24 March 13 20:55 GMT (UK)  »
Hello and thankyou for your swift reply.  My 3x g/grandfather Robert Campbell was born in Ireland. He married Mary Miles in 1870 in Lanarkshire. Roberts Father was Daniel Campbell and his Mother Mary McCulloch. I don't know where Robert was born or how old he was when he went to Scotland. I was hoping the census could help me pinpoint where he was from. GEN10

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