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from the Scotch-Irish list on autosomal DNA testing (female DNA)

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I knew I would get clarification. Thanks so much.  Kate Visit www.ballymoneygraveyard.com The 4th Book in Dorothy's Graveyard series is published - Old
Kate Connolly
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Apr 7

Catherine Barron who married William J Erskine

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Hi Lynn, Yes the problem with CatherineÆs marriage is that my Irish Wiley cousin could not find a marriage notice in the newspaper archive he has access to
Linda Graham
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Apr 5

"Ancestry DNA has now thoroughly lost its mind"

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Gordon, I should have added to my earlier response that when someone who has a well-documented genealogy does YDNA testing, it gives their matches a tremendous
Laurie McCreary-Burke
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Apr 4

Coolsythe / Caddy Cemetery nr Randalstown

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Hi, I was on my way out the door when I saw the message relating to the Drummaul cemetery. I cannot help with the Luke family. I have a couple of photos I
Linda Graham
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Apr 3

Fintan & Jillian were in Pittsburgh on Monday

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Camille,What about a Robert Pain born to Robert Pain and Elizabeth Huston, Gortnessy PCI 8 Jul 1839 bap 4 Aug 1839? Robert & Eliz have quite a few children
Kate Connolly
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Mar 25

Gravestone transcriptions for church of Ireland church at Clogh

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Jon,There are 20 or 30 or even 40 Graveyard transcriptions. I have copies. I have however checked Clough and no McNaughtons recorded. Funny I have never looked
Kate Connolly
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Mar 24

Link to the actual site

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Liam, I quite agree.  Kate Visit www.ballymoneygraveyard.com The 4th Book in Dorothy's Graveyard series is published - Old Kilraughts On Saturday, 7 March
Kate Connolly
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Mar 7

Ireland Death Cards

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Thanks for the information.  It is a case of not having time to transcribe things that don't belong to my family.  I will take a close look at the photos and
Anne Klintworth
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Mar 4

Coleraine Library Microfilms

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Hello Lynn; Alexander Magee (B.1786) and Susan Close (B1786) had 7 children (4 male and 3 females). Agnes Magee was my GreatGrandmother married to James
adspecmike
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Mar 1

Ballyhatfield graveyards?

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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
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Feb 27

Research

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Will do. On Thursday, 26 February 2015, 10:34, "Linda Holley ljholley@gmail.com [Mid-AntrimGenealogy]" wrote:   Yes,
Elwyn Soutter
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Feb 26

Ferguson / Leetch, Cullybackey, Ballymena

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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
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Feb 25

Telford - Walker Families of Agoghill/Ballymena

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John, Yes the death certificate will only showthe woman’s surname at the time of her death. No maiden or previous names.(That changed in 1976 but that’s no
Elwyn Soutter
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Feb 23

Presbyterianism in Buckna 1756 - 1992

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Jon That's great. There are lots of golden nuggets in those volumes. Unfortunately none of them connect to me. John To: Mid-AntrimGenealogy@yahoogroups.com
John Mulvenna
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Feb 23

no McNaughtons in the 1849 list

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JohI thought you were here last week. I'm the one who is following up the McCracken DNA here in Co Antrim  Kate Visit www.ballymoneygraveyard.com The 4th Book
Kate Connolly
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Feb 22
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