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Re: Ballyhatfield graveyards? 2 Ciaran,   I suspect it’s probably Ballyhartfield inthe civil parish of Ballymartin. That’s by junction 5 on the M2, nearTemplepatrick. That’s in Antrim

Elwyn Soutter
Feb 27
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John Broderick (aka SeanRuad) wonderful Database of Townlands, Count Field NameSearch DataSort BySearch MethodTownland: Must match EXACTLY ANYWHERE in field At END of field At BEGINNING of field County: All Antrim Armagh

L.G. McF
Feb 27
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Re: Ballyhatfield graveyards? 2 There is a townland called Ballyhartfield in the parish of Ballymartin. To: Mid-AntrimGenealogy@yahoogroups.com From: Mid-AntrimGenealogy@yahoogroups.com Date:

John Mulvenna
Feb 27
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Re: Ballyhatfield graveyards? 2 That's better 8/1001 =Templepatrick/AntrimIt does look like Doagh, but that is too far out of my area to help.And my fingers were playing tricks too!!!  Kate

Kate Connolly
Feb 27
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Ballyhatfield graveyards? 2 And see if I'd brains, or was careful, I would have noticed that it was 11 Jan 1893, according to Belfast GRO site. Thanks for the tips Ciaran Those who do not

Ciaran Crossey
Feb 27
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Re: Ballyhatfield graveyards? Ciaran,I can't see a death at GRONI for a John Killen on that date in 1883.If you could find him on their site the ref No would confirm where he died. Maybe it

Kate Connolly
Feb 27
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Ballyhatfield graveyards? Hi folks, Any idea where people who died in Ballyhatfield, specifically a John KILLEN, 11 Jan 1883, would be buried? He was Catholic if that makes a

Ciaran Crossey
Feb 27
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Re: Research Will do. On Thursday, 26 February 2015, 10:34, "Linda Holley ljholley@... [Mid-AntrimGenealogy]" wrote:   Yes,

Elwyn Soutter
Feb 26
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Re: Research Yes, please Elwyn. Thank you!

Linda Holley
Feb 26
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Re: Research He didn't necessarily leave any money to either of them. They were just the executors. The will itself is in PRONI. You would need to see what it said to find

Elwyn Soutter
Feb 26
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Re: Research Why did he leave money to these two men - son in laws? Both surnames sound familar to me. I'll look at my records tomorrow. Many thanks, Linda

ljholley
Feb 25
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Re: Research Linda,   I have attached Alexander’s death certificate.Informant was William Cubbitt of Tullynamullan.   I suspect this is Alexander in 1911:  

Elwyn Soutter
Feb 25
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Re: Ferguson / Leetch, Cullybackey, Ballymena Peter, Check Cullybackey Reformed Presbyterian church records too. After I sent the previous e-mail I happened to look at the RP baptism and marriage

Elwyn Soutter
Feb 25
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Re: Ferguson / Leetch, Cullybackey, Ballymena Thanks Elwyn. I hope to be in Belfast in April and will take a look then Best wishes Peter

craighasten
Feb 25
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Research Elwyn, Just ran across another lead for my Burnsides. How many records would I be able to find on an Alexander Burnside who died 3 March 1934. I know this

Linda Holley
Feb 24
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