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McNutt Ireland1837 to Lancashire 1860 onwards
« on: Thursday 15 December 05 14:26 GMT (UK) »
 I am still searching for other McNutts either In Donegal Ireland and Darwen Lancashire.

William McNutt come over from Ireland and settled in Darwen in the early 1860's he married and had nine children some I am still searching for.

Any one with any interest in the McNutt family either in Dunfanaghy Donegal or Lancashire please contact me.

Thanks Matty :)
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Re: McNutt Ireland1837 to Lancashire 1860 onwards
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 18 October 08 13:04 BST (UK) »
Hello Matty,

I've linked the thread for Andrew McNutt~Publican 1861 http://tinyurl.com/5ce8kq

The article in this link mentions the marriage of Elizabeth, the daughter of Henry and Margaret Ferguson, to Alexander McNutt in Dunfanaghy. www.thistleandbee.com/contri-index/queries/ferg-neil2007.html

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Re: McNutt Ireland1837 to Lancashire 1860 onwards
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 18 October 08 14:02 BST (UK) »
Hello Christopher,

Thank you for this information it is very interesting and I will have to study it more but possibly the best link I have had for a long time.

Matty
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Re: McNutt Ireland1837 to Lancashire 1860 onwards
« Reply #3 on: Sunday 28 December 08 23:24 GMT (UK) »
Regarding the McNutts - I think I could be of some help

My granny was born a McNutt (Deborah) of Belthorn - 4 miles away from Darwen. Where they farmed. She was one of 13, I believe. She died age 97, 2 years ago. I think she was the last of that generation - but there had been family upheavels at the graveside when my great granda died and lots of not speaking - it took 33 years to sort out his will!!!!!- so there may be more still alive.
Will contact my mum shortly and find out a lot more.
There are many cousins, half cousins and quarter cousins
I mean a huge amount.

I was actually looking for my dad's side of the family when I fell on your e-mail.
I do have a photo of great gran on washing day and granny as a girl
Are you on the Irish side - what's your link??


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Re: McNutt Ireland1837 to Lancashire 1860 onwards
« Reply #4 on: Monday 29 December 08 08:19 GMT (UK) »
Floo,

I remember Auntie Deborah and Uncle Fred (Hindle) lol.. yippee after all these years I have found a family member.

I am the Daughter-in-Law of William McNutt (Bill) Deborah's brother.. I know all about the "will" and the Farm!also I have certificates including Deborah's birth cert.

Keep in touch as I have info on the family from Ireland and also traced the family from Belthorn and Longhey Lane/and Darwen and the Ward side of the family etc.  I will share my information with you.

Will PM you with my address
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Re: McNutt Ireland1837 to Lancashire 1860 onwards
« Reply #5 on: Monday 29 December 08 09:55 GMT (UK) »
Your PM had some problems - couldn't access it. Please try again

I'm Susan by the way, daughter of Hazel

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Re: McNutt Ireland1837 to Lancashire 1860 onwards
« Reply #6 on: Monday 29 December 08 10:09 GMT (UK) »
Hi Susan,


Your Mother called to see us a few years ago.  I will try to send the PM again
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Re: McNutt Ireland1837 to Lancashire 1860 onwards
« Reply #7 on: Monday 29 December 08 10:12 GMT (UK) »
floo,


2nd PM on its way, let me know if you can't access it
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Re: McNutt Ireland1837 to Lancashire 1860 onwards
« Reply #8 on: Monday 29 December 08 11:19 GMT (UK) »
floo,

I have asked a mod why you can't access my PM's and this is her reply ....

At the moment newbies can't reply to PMs until they have posted several times - you can post on the thread to tell them to do this though & we allow them to post qualifying posts (with very little in them!) just to get up to the two or three needed for PMs.


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