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Offline jdchisim

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Re: Trying to Decipher surname from Church Record
« Reply #9 on: Monday 31 December 18 18:51 GMT (UK) »
Church of Ireland.

I was working under the assumption based on the death that the previously attached record could be it. Though the ages are off. There were other records. I think maybe a user had them on ancestry or something. They are just zoomed in parts of the name from the overall image.

http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1901/Fermanagh/Drummully/Tiraroe/1357845/

I would say that this family is relevant in some way as the townland is adjacent to Ned where the Rices lived.
Ireland:
Antrim - Chism, Bell, McKinley, Armstrong, Johnson, Allen
Ballymena - Ross, Stewart, Black, Wilson, McCarville
Belfast - Black, Gunion, Dornan, Gowdy, Rice, Muldoon, Montgomery
Carnmoney - Clawson
Dungannon - Creamer
Derrylin - Rice, Grieves, Breen, McManus, Lang
Lisnaskea - Downey
Magherafelt - Creamer, Blaney
Monaghan - Downey, Young
Newtownards - Blackwood, Morris
Newtownstewart - Hamilton, Irwin
Templepatrick - Lockhart, Cochran

Wales:
Llantrisant - John, Griffith, David

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