Author Topic: Jones in Bovagh House/ castle, mid 19th century  (Read 14189 times)

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Re: Jones in Bovagh House/ castle, mid 19th century
« Reply #72 on: Wednesday 15 September 21 04:37 BST (UK) »
Thomas Hazlett 1803 of Moneydig Derry, Northern Ireland, married Mary Brown, their 3 sons Robert, William, and Thomas, plus their daughter Elizabeth came to New Zealand.
daughter Mary remained in Ireland

The 3 sons settled in Southland new zealand
Thomas married Susan Barnes and had 11 children
Robert married Anne Payne and had 7 children
William married Sarah Jane Reed, they had 10 children.
(this is my great great grand father)
Elizabeth i think married her cousin william hazlett

i have a lot of information about these nz lines


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Re: Jones in Bovagh House/ castle, mid 19th century
« Reply #73 on: Wednesday 15 September 21 08:58 BST (UK) »
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Thomas Hazlett 1803 of Moneydig Derry, Northern Ireland, married Mary Brown, their 3 sons Robert, William, and Thomas, plus their daughter Elizabeth came to New Zealand.
daughter Mary remained in Ireland married to a McFetrich.

This is incorrect, as I said earlier. The daughter that married McFetridge was NANCY (or Annie) NOT Mary.
Nancy/Annie Hazlet (18 Nov.1843-22 Jan.1924) m.(31 Oct.1867 Moneydig Presbyterian Church) John McFetridge (c1842-22 Sept.1935), farmer, son of William McFetridge & Mary Torrens. They had 10 children & eldest daughter Mary Ann McFetridge died in N.Z. 25 Apr.1897 unmarried. As far as I know she was the only one of the children who went to N.Z. although a son, John, went to Australia then came back to Ireland.

Elizabeth Hazlett, daughter of Thomas Hazlett, did marry her 1st cousin William Hazlett, son of William Hazlett & his 1st wife Margaret Dripps.
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Re: Jones in Bovagh House/ castle, mid 19th century
« Reply #74 on: Wednesday 15 September 21 09:09 BST (UK) »
im not sure what you are saying is incorrect ?

i have the lines for the 4 siblings that came to new zealand 

Robert 1830 - 1889 married Anne Payne buried in Riverton NZ

Thomas 1840 - 1917 married Susan Barnes

My great great Grandfather William Killough Hazlett 1837 married sarah reed both buried Winton NZ

Elizabeth Hazlett married William Hazlett also buried with their children in Winton NZ

i have a lot of the descendants and stories from those four lines
but very little information on the other siblings

Rachel 1850 - 1922 is the only one we havent mentioned

i can get a bit mixed up with how i write so please excuse any previous confusion 



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Re: Jones in Bovagh House/ castle, mid 19th century
« Reply #75 on: Wednesday 15 September 21 09:16 BST (UK) »
You keep putting that Thomas Hazlett & Mary Brown's daughter Mary married 'a McFetrich' but this is not correct. Their daughter Nancy (also known as Annie) was the one who married John McFetridge. They did have a daughter Mary- Mary Brown Hazlett- but she married Hugh Brown.
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Re: Jones in Bovagh House/ castle, mid 19th century
« Reply #76 on: Wednesday 15 September 21 09:18 BST (UK) »
no im not sure why that is coming up - i have made the corrections on my tree