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Re: Lamont, Ireland 1820
« Reply #9 on: Monday 09 November 20 16:24 GMT (UK) »
Thanks for the replies folks ,
The way I got it , I got them all in Glasgow in the 1861 census , canít however find anything before that on any of them ...... found Catherine Anneís marriage or death certificate as sheís well documented and says Hugh Lamont and Mary Mitchell on there so know Iím on the right track .... just canít find anything linking them all together in Ireland  .....  I know itís them as can trace back ( Hugh is / was my great great great grandad ) I come from his son  Francis line ...... Iíve tried looking through his wife Mary Mitchell , and all the kids , Francis , Jane and Catherine Ann .......

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Re: Lamont, Ireland 1820
« Reply #10 on: Monday 09 November 20 16:28 GMT (UK) »
You'll need to follow all the family thoroughly through Scottish records to see if there are any further clues but it might be that they moved backe and forth between Ireland and Scotland as was not uncommon.

Catherine seems to be in Ireland 1886 when husband James Dunbar died. Have you traced her, found children, etc.?
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Re: Lamont, Ireland 1820
« Reply #11 on: Monday 09 November 20 16:38 GMT (UK) »
Yeah Iíve had a quick look at Catherine , thatís how I know sheís well documented , she got married Croaghmore Presbyterian church, lived in Portstewart in 1901, states she was born co Derry on there so Hugh ( who Iím trying to find )
must have lived in that area at some point , or at least his wife Mary Mitchell ...... Iíll keep plodding on  n hopefully something will come up as really wanna get past Hugh  n take it a bit further


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Re: Lamont, Ireland 1820
« Reply #13 on: Monday 09 November 20 16:58 GMT (UK) »
I canít see that link interesting birth registration .....
And do you think the Mitchell in her sons name was after her mums side then who was Mary Mitchell ...... itís her dad Hugh Lamont Iím after though 🤷‍♂️

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Re: Lamont, Ireland 1820
« Reply #14 on: Monday 09 November 20 18:26 GMT (UK) »
I canít see that link interesting birth registration ....
Checked again and link still works for me  :-\

And do you think the Mitchell in her sons name was after her mums side then who was Mary Mitchell ...... itís her dad Hugh Lamont Iím after though
Iím stuck with a Hugh Lamont born in Ireland about 1820ish ..... he married a Mary Mitchell and had 3 kids , Catherine Ann Lamont who went onto  marry a James or John Dunbar , a Jane Lamont and also a Francis Lamont who was born about 1845 ....... for some reason I canít find anything out about them before 1850/60 ish when they all turn up in a census in Glasgow ..... itís Hugh Lamont or Mary Mitchell Iím after to try n take things further ......
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Re: Lamont, Ireland 1820
« Reply #15 on: Monday 09 November 20 18:45 GMT (UK) »
Sorry I donít get what point you are trying to make ..... I canít get the link as am on me phone n wasnít sure how to do it or what name to put in ..... ( Iíll try ltr on the comp ) As canít see it on my phone anyway  and was only making an observation if Catherine Ann gave her son  the middle name Mitchell It was prob after her mums side of the family ( Mitchell ) which is cool as it confirms again her mum was Mary Mitchell .....
I am trying lol , Iíve took my grandads side right back to 1500 but I just canít get past Hugh on me grans side ...... thanks for your time anyway am away  take the dog a walk ...... ✌️

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Re: Lamont, Ireland 1820
« Reply #16 on: Monday 09 November 20 19:38 GMT (UK) »
The birth for James Mitchell Dunbar shows his father as deceased (James Dunbar's death registration posted earlier).

The 1899 birth is entirely different and is for Catherine (Lamont) Dunbar's grand-daughter in Coleraine Workhouse with father's residence listed as 'dwelling place not known.' This is the child living with grandmother in 1901 census. The marriage of Catherine Etta Dunbar & William McGrotty is here-
https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/images/marriage_returns/marriages_1898/10432/5798662.pdf
At least 2 other children were later born in Belfast
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Re: Lamont, Ireland 1820
« Reply #17 on: Monday 09 November 20 20:16 GMT (UK) »
Thatís cool and interesting ....... how can I go about finding the rest of the family then ??? Itís Catherineís mum n dad I need to find Hugh and Mary , canít find anything in ancestry or my heritage , is there a good Irish one I could join as seems to be the only way Iím gonna get any further ...... can find a few Hugh lamonts but nothing to link them all together to say for definite thatís them