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740 Tish Mason



Location: Stoke on Trent StaffordshireUnited Kingdom
Date: 24.04.2011
Time: 20:38:32
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Hello, I am looking for my husbands great uncle Harold Thomas Mason who is from SoT but on his service papers from WW1 he is described at Head Gardner living at Strathearne Lodge Dunmurry Belfast. smile


739 Jane Smith



Location: Birmingham UK
Date: 24.04.2011
Time: 15:10:15
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Grandmother Mary (May) Elizabeth Ferris Grandfather Wesley James (Jim) of Seacliffe Rd Bangor. Children Alan, David and Moyra. Specially interested in finding out about Great grandparents and Great Aunts and Uncles for my mother. She and David are still alive. My Uncle Alan died in WW2


738 Colin Henderson



Location: Belfast, now in Lydney Gloucestershire
Date: 21.04.2011
Time: 07:00:54
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Looking for Thomas Boyle who married Annie around 1911 died in Moorfield Street, had three children my mother Jane Elizabeth was the youngest.


737 raymond lennon



Location: Coggrey, Doagh
Date: 20.04.2011
Time: 23:25:38
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Hello cousin. I'm the son of Norman. Nephew of Arthur, Victor, Jack, Ronald. Grandson of John and Caroline. Know little of Arthur as he spent much time in military service in India and was an unknown uncle to an extent. Victor married Susan and lived at North Boundry Street, adopting a boy known as John. Jack (Jackie) married a Margaret Bradley from Omagh and emigrated to USA where he died on 12/05/1993. Norman, my father married Alice Duncan and died on 05/05/1993 one week before his brotheer Jack. Ronald the youngest son died in 1962.


736 Kathleen Morrison



Location: Newtownabbey
Date: 20.04.2011
Time: 16:16:58
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Still searching but with no luck for Graham family who lived on Tennent Street from approx 1880's-1930's. One of the sons' was called Lancelot which could help! Also decendants of Owen or Francis Guerin last known address-Whiteabbey 1919, both Owen and Francis were born in France. Also looking for Adams' who lived in the Balmoral area at least until 1950's.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
As always a great site!


735 esther



Location: Dublin
Date: 19.04.2011
Time: 10:28:48
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Hi i am trying to find out information on a peron who lived carisle steet belfast 1960's and later eglinton street 1970's is there getting this information i know the person has since passed away


734 Paul Magill



Location: cairncastle
Date: 17.04.2011
Time: 18:21:56
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I see a wonderful picture of 'Cairncastle Village' on the site. I would love to find out more about THE PHOTOGRAPH of this County Antrim village. I have difficulty in deciphering the initials of the photographer. Can anyone help?

Paul


733 vivien parry



Location: moneyreagh, county down, northern ireland
Date: 17.04.2011
Time: 12:37:26
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Absolutly wonderful site---used it many times. Proved especially helpful when one of my branches was not showing on 1901 census--was able to find them here---seems their street and a few others were missed out on the census
researching:- beattie/y-newtownards, donaldson-belfast, hasley/hazley-belfast? ,potts-comber/newtownards, mackay-comber/newtownards, mccoubrie-redamon area, dooley-holywood, also anderson,beggs, gilmore,terry


732 c.caruth



Location: ardoyne belfast
Date: 14.04.2011
Time: 11:40:17
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proved a great help in finding some of my ancestors. the 1877 street directory for no 8 crumlin st gives the occupiers name as a patrick loman, we belive it should read patrick toman my wifes great grand father


731 Dylan McComiskey



Location: My grandfathers from Belfast.
Date: 14.04.2011
Time: 04:30:58
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My great grandfather was a carpenter on the Titanic my father tells me he carved banisters the ornate stuff. Theirs other clouded parts of history His gramas maiden name was rice. It would be interesting to find out more of this ship yard records ect.


730 kirstie campbell nee fergie



Location: england
Date: 12.04.2011
Time: 10:45:01
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such an amazing site...... this has helped me so much... thankyou.
looking for any info on my great great grandfather john lepper fergie born abt 1847. some addresses he is listed at... westmoreland street - lorton street - denmark street. He married an elizabeth campbell in 1871. (coincedence that my married name is now campbell lol)
Johns father was charles fergie and occupation was a bottler? does anyone know what he would have done?
Elizabeth campbells father was john campbell labourer.


729 Tony Dumican



Location: Wigan Lancashire England
Date: 07.04.2011
Time: 19:40:11
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Looking for any Dumican's with interest in tracing family tree.
Gone back to 1790 County Down but unfortunately don't know a specific area. Think it may be in Newtonwards? but not sure. The last relative found is Hugh Dumican born circa 1790 in Down.


728 bessie spence nee smylie



Location: ligoniel
Date: 05.04.2011
Time: 22:20:30
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great site the best i have seen yet looking forward to doing more reseach on it


727 Kelly Anderosn



Location: Belfast
Date: 04.04.2011
Time: 22:15:38
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I love love love this website, I would be lost without it, so much information.


726 KERRY




Date: 04.04.2011
Time: 03:44:18
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HI LOOKING FOR INFO ON A THOMAS MC CLOY OF MALLUSK BELFAST AROUND LATE 1939-1940S,MAY HAVE HAD A RELATIONSHIP WITH A TERESA O'REILLY OF BALLYMENA WHICH RESULTED IN A MALE CHILD.HE WAS RUMMORED TO HAVE HAD SISTER(S) WHO WERE TEACHERS NOT SURE IT'S ALL MUDDLED.THANKS.


725 Wendy Cree



Location: Belfast
Date: 04.04.2011
Time: 00:44:49
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smile This is a fabulous site! I can't seem to find 230 Upper Newtownards Road, around 1915 - my Grandfather lived there with his family, they were grocers and ran a taxi rink.
How can I find this please?
Wilkinson is the surname. smile


724 wesley phillips



Location: belfast
Date: 02.04.2011
Time: 12:22:19
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great site....very helpful


723 David McClaughlin




Date: 30.03.2011
Time: 20:28:16
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Born and bred in Malt Street, Belfast. Would love to find some photo's of Malt Street, so any help would be wonderful.


722 Kelly anderson



Location: Belfast
Date: 30.03.2011
Time: 13:22:22
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Hi all, it's my grandfathers 90th in april and I was wondering does anyone know were I could get a Belfast newspaper from 1921. I contacted the newsletter but they don't keep backdated issues due to health and safety. Thanks


721 Kelly anderson



Location: Belfast
Date: 29.03.2011
Time: 14:52:27
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Hi I would like some help, I am tracing my family tree and have traced my g g grandfather Cilliman Wallace to Carrickfergus, the information says that he was born in the front quarter in 1846... does anyone know were the front quarter was? thanks


720 Trina Mulvihill Flaherty



Location: Wicklow, Ireland
Date: 28.03.2011
Time: 21:14:52
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Brilliant site, well done...I am researching my ancestors from Belfast..Mulvihills from around Newtownards/Belfast. With the help of your site I have found my grandfather James Mulvihill living in Thompson St. and my great grandfather living in Madrid St.
Hopefully someone out there will be also tracing my family too and get in touch,
Kind regards ,Trina


719 Lila (suit) Pickering



Location: Washington State U.S.A
Date: 28.03.2011
Time: 20:25:47
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smile I am looking for any ancestors of Nicolas McEldoon. He is my third Great Grandfather. I know that his son W.J McEldoon was born in Dane County Wisconsin in 1856. Any information would be helpful, Thank You


718 Sheri Verner Koekman



Location: Canada
Date: 27.03.2011
Time: 20:53:07
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Reserching Verner line Ireland/ Canada
Or Meenagh Ireland/Canada


717 Roy French



Location: Canada
Date: 26.03.2011
Time: 01:01:00
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As a 77 year old, relative newbie to genealogy, I gained a lot of great information from your well planned, easy to navigate site.

Well done!


716 Bee Hutchison



Location: Ireland
Date: 24.03.2011
Time: 22:15:31
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thumbupHi Mary and Co wonderful site
Still looking for anyone who may know anything about
John Hutchison/Hutchinson Born around early 1800s Married to Jane Gordon First child found is 1825 Margaret who died in infancy, Jane born 1831 and Margaret Ann 1828 Who Married Patrick McCavana 1849
Thanks again for your wonderful work
Regards Bee


715 sandra



Location: belfast
Date: 22.03.2011
Time: 21:10:58
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just found this site,i like how you show all the old street names,good info


714 Mary



Location: Bangor
Date: 22.03.2011
Time: 19:48:29
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TEST redface rolleyes smile wink sad mad biggrin confused tongue eek thumbup


713 Brian McKibbin



Location: Belfast
Date: 20.03.2011
Time: 23:55:32
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Wonderful site!! My daughter is currently doing a school project and as she was researching our family history during the world war she came across your website my uncle Harry McKibbin served in the regiment and i found a few pictures of him on your site which i have forwarded to his 4 children. Sadly Harry and his wife Sheila have both passed away.
Kind Regards Brian McKibbin


712 Seamus Neeson



Location: Sth Australia
Date: 17.03.2011
Time: 01:42:17
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A fine site and tribute to all the Fighting Irish.


711 diana



Location: UK.Can.NZ
Date: 16.03.2011
Time: 22:02:36
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rolleyes OOPS - PS on #710

Minnie Mabel (Joyce) ARNOLD: F. Oscar Baron ARNOLD and M. Minnie Kennedy MOODY. MKM's parents were: Minnie KENNEDY FULTON and John James MOODY.

Thanks


710 diana



Location: UK.Can.NZ
Date: 16.03.2011
Time: 10:14:48
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question Looking for links between MOODY KENNEDY FULTON ARNOLD PERRY. Minnie Mabel (Joyce) Arnold b. Belfast 1918. Lived with FULTON fam (cousins) until c1934. Moved to Eng. Married JOHN PERRY 1939. They had 1 daughter and parted in 1947. Perry not heard of since. John Perry b.1908/1910 Wiveliscombe Som. F. James and brother Ernest. Anything ring a bell here would welcome any likely leads. Thanks smile


709 Irene Freder



Location: USA
Date: 15.03.2011
Time: 23:59:06
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confused Looking for my Maternal grandmother's family
Mary O'Brien born 1865 (married Bernard Martin) lived in Motherwell, Scotland, had 5 children,died 1907 in Motherwell, Scotland. Barney returned to Tyrone with his children.
Her mother's name was Mary Ann? McCafferty or McCaffery
Her dad's name was Michael O'Brien


708 John C



Location: New Zealand
Date: 15.03.2011
Time: 08:36:48
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smile Great site. Helpful with my research.


707 Nita Fraser



Location: Newcastle Australia
Date: 14.03.2011
Time: 13:38:12
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I have a William Gray/Grey baptised St Mary Ardess Fermanagh 1800 came to Australia in 1840 with all his siblings and families
his parents were William Gray and Margaret Ramsey grandparents John Gray/Mary Hetherington
never left Fermanagh
Would I be able to find out anything about their places of living
and who they worked for theyb were farmers


706 JAMES C IRVINE



Location: south australia
Date: 14.03.2011
Time: 11:08:20
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Dear Mary Ihave been collecting all my dads old 8th Belfast pictures im sure your and your many admirers will find some of them very interesting I am also able to identify personel in some of the band photos , I became a piper in the 8th memorial pipe band at about age 14.. my dad was drum major soon after the 23rd btry.band was formed. I stayed with the band when they became the band of 245 lt AA regt


705 Danny Flanagan



Location: Belfast now West Midlands
Date: 13.03.2011
Time: 21:15:41
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Brilliant Site wink I love it Keep up the good work.


704 agnes peden



Location: belfast shore rd
Date: 12.03.2011
Time: 16:08:52
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fab site,,my grandmother wos irvine to her own name married my grandfather alfred anna fyfe,they had relatves living in scotland dundee,,my mothers name wos mary
(may) fyfe she had 4 brothers william,alfred,walter,thomas thumbup ,they use to go over to scotland,just looking for any fyfes that might still b there and new them,,im mays daughter agnes,still living in belfast shore rd thumbup


703 Edd Lennon



Location: London
Date: 11.03.2011
Time: 16:44:03
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thanks for creating such a wonderful site I think I found my relatives


702 Diana



Location: UK, Canada, NZ
Date: 11.03.2011
Time: 12:48:19
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smile As said before - THANKS FOR THIS SITE - for the record: just "heard" from a reader who saw querie I posted years ago with startling results!!thumbup lamp


701 BEE HUTCHISON



Location: live in belfast
Date: 09.03.2011
Time: 20:43:52
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congrats to you for all your hard work wonderful site
was told about you by my daughter and I can't keep away
we are tracing hutchison/hutchinsons who seem to live most of their lives around belfast but can't find who john father to james hutchinson the whipmakerborn 1835 is and it would seem that his mother was jane gordon
if anyone has any info please let me know
regards bee


700 BRIAN BRACKEN



Location: United States
Date: 06.03.2011
Time: 15:30:59
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I HAVE A BANGOR POLICE CAPTAIN BADGE PRESENTED ON DEC.21,1913 TO R.J.REID IF ANY BODY COULD WRITE BACK


699 Louise Swinn



Location: Nottingham
Date: 03.03.2011
Time: 00:16:32
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smile Thank you !!!

I am the Grandaughter of 'A Brown' who was a gunner in the 8th Belfast HAA Regt. I have also shown my mum (Arthur Brown's daughter) his picture and it was wonderful to see him and his regiment.


698 Scott Robinson



Location: Limavady, Co. Londonderry
Date: 28.02.2011
Time: 10:36:09
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Currently tracing my family tree - quite straight forward until about 1840, then things become rather difficult. Anyone that can shed a little light on tracing people further back than that - please speak up!
Great web site - will send some information regarding two of my Great Uncles who fought in WW1.
Scott


697 David Irvine



Location: Newcastle upon Tyne
Date: 27.02.2011
Time: 19:13:30
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My father Samuel Irvine was born 15/10/1918 in Osborne Street North Belfast. He was the son of Samuel Galway Irvine and Sarah McLarnon. Samuel senior worked on the docks.My father worked for 2 timber yards and the railway station before comming to mainland to for for Wimpey at WW11 thumbup

Any information about my Father and his parents and sisters would be appreciated.
Also his grand dad name of Frank.
This is a great site.

Many thanks to you all thumbup


696 Linda



Location: London
Date: 27.02.2011
Time: 15:29:29
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Hi,

I'll be taking a closer look in to all the information on this website.

I'd love to be able to find out more about my grandfather John Joseph Gallagher born in Rathfriland in 1914, he had a sister Rita and their father was James a Constable in the R.I.C. They lived in Downpatrick Street probably in the 1930's.


695 terry magill



Location: belfast now canada
Date: 27.02.2011
Time: 10:53:25
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xcellent site a GREAT addition to other sites great source of compiled data kudos to all involved


694 Carmel McCartney




Date: 26.02.2011
Time: 20:45:43
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Hi

Re: McCartney Family Tree

Very interesting site.

This is a message for User 474.

My name is Carmel McCartney.
I am a native of Gortnaghey, Dungiven, County Derry.
There was a post on a Gortnaghey Website stating that your Grandfather, Henry was born in 1894 in Gortnaghey, Dungiven.
Since Gortnaghey is only a wee hamlet, I feel that your Grandfather must be related to my Grandfather, Michael McCartney, whose Father was Charles McCartney.
Any information you can give me would be very much appreciated. Many thanks. Carmel


693 Gerard A Muldoon



Location: Drumconrath Co Meath
Date: 25.02.2011
Time: 10:31:22
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Living now in Castleblayney Co Monaghan


692 Elaine Rogers



Location: Brisbane Australia
Date: 25.02.2011
Time: 08:49:35
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Great site. Researching the Rogers family.Francis Lyttleton Lloyd and Richard Henry Lyster Rogers both died France 1916 and 1917.


691 Hubert



Location: Vaduz
Date: 24.02.2011
Time: 14:42:09
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Awsome site this is!

Great!

Kr,
Dubi
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