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Looking for my grandfathers family. William Fallace born Co Tyrone. Father also William Fallace a farmer married to a Mary Milligan. He comes up on your Every Name Index as being in Tithe book. How would I find out what parish. Live in France now so unable to go to PRONI

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My 2X great grandmother was named Esther aka Essy Beavers and was born abt 1810 most likely in Dungannon area, County of Tyrone. I have not yet discovered any sort of birth record so I do not even know her parentage. She married an English born coal miner named John Duery in 1831. Before moving from Ireland to Northumberland County, England they had three children born also in the Dungannon area. Jane Duery b. abt 1832, John Duery b. abt. 1834 and my great grandmother Sarah Duery b. abt. 1836. Need help finding and securing copies of any documentation that might exist.
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I am looking for McGonigal and Kelly ancestors.

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I'm researching my husband's family. I'm particularly looking information on Robert David Smyth/Smith, Orritor Craigs Parish of Derryloran. He had a son Andrew Smyth and also I think a Samuel who went to Canada. Looking in census Andrew was either born 1852 or 1847. In 1901 census he recorded age as 49 and in 1911 it was recorded as 64. Andrew is my husband's Great Grandfather. Andrew married Margaret Moore also from Orritor Craigs. On their marriage registration Andrew's father is recorded as Robert David Smyth and Margaret's father is recorded as James Moore.
Any help appreciated on Robert David or Andrew's siblings would be appreciated.
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Hi CTI! I'm searching for any background information (ie parents & siblingss' names, emigration date etc.) of my g/g/g-m Margaret Jane Symington, Simington et al, who was b.1817 Dungannon, Co. Tyrone and next m.1842 my g/g/g-f Charles Campbell Caldwell(b.1812 New Carlisle,Qc,Canada) @ St Andrews Scots Church, Sydney, NSW, Australia. They raised 5 chn: Margaret Jane C./Moodie (b.1843); Caroline Sydney C./ Blundell(b. 1845); Sarah Ann C./ Cowling (b.1847); Charles Henry C. (b/1850) and my g/g-f Alfred William C. (b.1852). Margaret Jane Symington / Caldwell Snr d. 1891 in Pyrmont, Sydney.

Additional Info: My g/g/g-f Charles Campbell C's g-f and my g/g/g/g/g-f Robert Caldwell (b.ca 1735 Belfast?, Co. Antrim, m.ca 1760 Sarah H.Todd, bef. migrating to White Ck/New Perth now Salem, Washington Co., Upper NYS,USA in 1761 or 1764. where they farmed, raised 5 chn. In 1779 the family migrated to Canada after Robert fought & was imprisoned for fighting in the Battle of Saratoga 1777,spent 5 yrs in refugee camp/s and finally settled & farmed in New Carlisle after being rewarded for being a UEL (United Empire Loyalist). Robert C./Sarah H. Todd is my other "brickwall". So much for My Journey , but being 75 yrs old, I'm running out of time to solve both brickwalls!!.

In anticipation of a response:"Many thanks for taking the time for reading my message and hopefully I receive back any detail/s or direction to take at all, which may help me to continue my difficult journey of discovering my maternal ancestory above and my current "brickwall".

Kind Regards - Bob C.

P.S I have only discovered this great website and appreciate the time and effort your dedicated volunnteers give to it and will obviously need to donate, if my "brickwall" is removed in any small way.


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Hello My name is Andrew Brophy and I am the Secretary of the Mount Egerton Cemetery Trust, we are in the process of trying to gain some more history on some of the persons whom have been buried in our cemetery, the first one is; Rev Andrew George Davidson he passed away at the age of 24, on 21/01/1891, he is the son of Rev John Davidson, we do know that Rev Andrew Left County Tyrone and went to Mildura in Victoria before he arrived at Mount Egerton. Seeking any information.
The second is the Corry family, we have also buried in our cemetery Dr Alexander Corry died 11/3/1923, brother Dr William Corry died 1900, sister's Isabel died 1924 and Emily died 1899, we do know that Dr Alexander had a wife Mabel who went back to England and passed away at Heaton Moor, Stockport in 1946. Once again any information is greatly appreciated.


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Hi All! . Being an Australian, my link to Co. Tyrone is through my g/g/g-m Margaret Jane Syminton / Siminton (& maybe Simonton / Sementon). I have little backgound information on her except I know she was born at Dungannon in 1817 and married my g/g/g-f Charles Campbell "Chas" Caldwell (a Canadian from New Carlisle, Qc with a marine background ) at St. Andrews Scots Church Sydney, NSW, Australia in 1842 & d. 1891 in Sydney. I have no idea of the name of her parents, her siblings (if any) or what date she arrived in Australia? They had 5 chn: Margarete Jane C. Jnr, / Moodie, Caroline Sydney C./ Blundell, Sarah Ann C. / Cowling, Charles Henry C. & Alfred William (my g/g-f). From my research Charles Campbell had "gold fever", travelling from Australia to the California Gold Rush with the 3 eldest and returning with 4 chn and also the Peruvian Gold Rush. During the Victorian Gold Rush he met the diggers arriving at Sandridge (now Port Melbourne), as he had a grocer/hardware store selling them necessary items to reach the Gold Fields of Bendigo, Ballarat etc. Thanking you in anticipation that you take the time dicover my brickwall in Co. Tyrone. Regards Bob C.

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