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Lanarkshire / Wallace
« on: Monday 11 January 10 01:53 GMT (UK)  »
Hello I am hoping for info about the Wallace Family From Lanarkshire  Mary Wallace born 1825 Ratho Midlothian Parents Archibald Wallace and Jean Hamilton Is there any info out there about this familyThe family I think were miners  and Quarrymen. Mary married a Robert Andrew. 1850 Thankyou for any help Hereford

Hampshire & IOW Completed Lookup Requests / dawson completed here
« on: Monday 11 January 10 01:39 GMT (UK)  »
I am researching Oliver Dawson . Our info on this man is very limited but on his death printout is a little information  Oliver Dawson Born circa 1839 Hampshire England Father   Dawson but mother unknown
His Fathers profession states farmer . Stories in the family are that he followed the gold trails and ended up in nz His printout reads in nz 50yrs so he was22 when he came to nz so if he had followed the gold trail he must of been very young when left england. Hope someone can shed some light
Thanks hereford

Australia / Annie HONAN
« on: Monday 11 January 10 01:27 GMT (UK)  »
Wishing for info on a lady from victoria. On her death cert spelling a little hard to understand So I will write what I see and hopefully makes sense

Annie Honan? born circa 1843 at Goedburn? Victoria   Married An Englishman Oliver Dawson who according to family legend followed the gold trial. Married at 18 at Heathcote Victoria circa 1861. They had one son William Oliver Dawson born circa 1866. They emigrated to the nz goldfields Now Honan is a name I have not heard of but that is how it is spelt on her Daughters marriage  cert.Honan to me sounds like a name from somewhere in Europe. My world History is a little hazy but I am pretty sure that people from europe came over to the Aussie goldfieds so wonder if her family originated from there?  Thanks Hereford

Dublin / Re: rev Turner
« on: Sunday 10 January 10 23:49 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks to the two replys Very exciting as I also found living next door on the census night info that was sent my great great grandfather and great great grandmother and some of their children and grandchildren.Thankyou to you both once again.

Where would I go to find out any information about the work etc of a religious minster. Would there be any info about his ministerings and whether or not he did minister in the states and any medical report on his death. Thanks hereford

Antrim / Re: mcilroy family history
« on: Sunday 10 January 10 23:02 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks for your message The names are these
William Mcilroy B circa 1812 M Mary greer  B circa 1813   Owner Glenhead
children William Mcilroy B 1834 D 1912 M  Jane Cannon
            Charles Mcilroy D aged 7
John Mcilroy B 1845  D 1921 Emigrated to nz M Fanny Murphy
Joseph Mcilroy B circa 1847
Robert Mcilroy B 11851
 Agnes Mcilroy B circa 1852
We have a few names but very little info about them and this place  Any Info you can find would be wonderful Thanks again hereford

Antrim / searching
« on: Sunday 10 January 10 02:40 GMT (UK)  »
Searching for info on Jane Cannon father john Cannon Mother Frances Elizabeth simpson  Born 1834 died 13 dec 1925 Ballyclare Co Antrim  Also info on a Jane Greer She married William Mcilroy early 1800s ballyclare Co antrim  ;D thanks Hereford

Dublin / rev Turner
« on: Sunday 10 January 10 01:37 GMT (UK)  »
Hello I am wanting information about Reverand Thomas Turner born late part of 1800s in Dublin Went to trinity college  and became a methodist minister He was a widower with 2 children and remarried Frances Mcilroy  Family stories have him going to USA as a minister the thought is Minnesota While there his house caught fire and while rescuing a son he was badly burnt.Came back to Ireland to die. If anyone has any info I would love to recieve it Thanks Hereford.

Antrim / mcilroy family history
« on: Saturday 09 January 10 05:04 GMT (UK)  »
Hello I hope someone can help I am researching the ancestral line of william Mcilroy circa 1812 He was a farmer at Glenhead Ballyclare county Antrim We have been led tp believe that he grew flax for his linen factory and employed weavers He married a lady named mary greer They had 6 children one of them was my great great  grandfather who emigrated to nz He married a Fanny Bell Murphy in the ballyclare presbyterian church.I have plenty of questions to ask about this family group .It would be wonderful if someone could help or give me a name of someone who could help Thanks

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