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Submitted by Name: Denise Marie McFarland (Weaver) From: North Carolina USA E-mail: reveal
Comments: I became interested in my Genealogy while researching family tartans. Joined the McFarland Clan this year and having fun with the Clan's history. Our genealogy has been traced back to William Westley McFarland, b.1750 Co Tyrone, Ireland. His father was Daniel McFarland. And that's all I have. Now I want more... Any leads? TX
Added: December 22, 2022
Submitted by Name: Delwyn Andrew From: New Zealand E-mail: reveal
Comments: Great site. I am looking for James Andrew BDM. He was on the flax list, Drumargh Parish 1796. I cannot find any more information on him, any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Added: December 9, 2022
Submitted by Name: Christol James From: British Columbia, Canada E-mail: reveal
Comments: Thank you so much for posting the transcriptions of Dromore Presbyterian Church, Dromore Parish, Marriages 1845-63. I would love to find an access to the baptisms at the same place mentioned on that page. The surname I am researching for my husband is Gilmour spelled various ways in the records. Of particular interest is William Gilmour of Drumsheal. I would love to know the identity of his wife. So far I believe I have found 3 sons, Alexander, Joseph and James. My husband is descended from Joseph who came to Canada in the mid 1870s. Thank you, Christol
Added: October 31, 2022
Submitted by Name: Gerry Thompson From: Belfast E-mail: reveal
Comments: I have a TERESA WAFER (b.c. 1834) who married JACKSON SCOTT (1827-1872) in Aghaloo RC Church 12 DECEMBER 1855. No concrete evidence, but I suspect she was the daughter of ELLEN WAFER (d. 1865, Main Street Caledon, aged 64). A JOHN WAFER was a witness to a marriage in Aghaloo RC Church in 1837 and a MARGARET WAFER was killed by one of Lord Caledon's carts in 1850. Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated.
Added: October 23, 2022
Submitted by Name: John Dunn From: Australia E-mail: reveal