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1110 » andy

Location: Belgium
Date: 23.02.2015
Time: 16:54:56
Awesome information here !!!

We play a massive Napoleonic Wars multiplayer game. And that community has people portraying their group as a regiment.

Our group is the 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers! :)
and everytime we capture an eagle we shout out the magic words :)

"By jaysus boys i got the cuckoo!" :p

We don't just play we are very interested in the history of this regiment. To the point where one of our members contacted someone in the royal archives.If you want we can provide said information to you ;)

Friendly Greetz ;)

1109 » Michael McMillan

Location: Tullamore NSW Australia
Date: 20.02.2015
Time: 02:49:05
A great site run by very good people, will be put in my favourites. Really love the photographs of my home town Bangor NI, left there in 1967, love going back every few years.

1108 » Maureen Coulter

Location: Winnipeg, MB Canada
Date: 19.02.2015
Time: 04:44:51
My Grandfather is Samual Scott Coulter one of the 2 brother that moved to Canada after WW1. Grandpa lived to 82. He married Ester and they had 6 children, 14 grand-children. I have lost count of the total count of the family size now.

Thank you for letting us know about one of grandpa brothers and that we do have family in Ireland. smile

1107 » William Geoffrey Sidwell

Location: Ballymoney
Date: 16.02.2015
Time: 13:04:05
My father's war records show he was attached to 8th Hy AA Regiment as an Ammunition Examiner, RASC on 15 May 1942 and with them in India on 29 May 1942. A year later he was attached to 1544 Light Anti-Aircraft. If anybody can add any more details I would much appreciate the information.

1106 » Elaine arigho

Location: Dublin
Date: 06.02.2015
Time: 12:58:24
Lovely site. My grandfather was Dr David Madill, 4th brother to Herbert, Jim and Tom. Another brother was Jack, grandfather to Maureen, BBC broadcaster and international golfer

1105 » Peter Hogan

Location: United Kingdom
Date: 03.02.2015
Time: 12:02:39
Well done lots of hard work gone in to this!

1104 » Bob Mckeown

Location: belfast
Date: 30.01.2015
Time: 17:53:17
I was born in Cregagh St in 1944.Found the whole compilation intriguing,well done,yours,Bob.

1103 » David Holdsworth

Location: New Zealand
Date: 27.01.2015
Time: 23:40:54

Great information source. I am related to John and Elizabeth Robinson who came out to New Zealand from Belfast in 1866 on the Mermaid settling in Lyttleton, Christchurch. I can see on the site John was a sail-maker in Belfast. I am looking for information on any family still in Ireland, they came from Antrim. My email is (email Mary at meems@marylennon.co.uk and I'll forward your email to David) if you can help.

1102 » Liz

Location: Canada
Date: 27.01.2015
Time: 11:13:42
Wonderful site, great to see the places my parents grew up in. Just one thing, on Newport Street, you have it listed as:"45. McFarlane, J., plater" the spelling is McFarland. It may seem like a little thing, but it was where my grandfather, my nannie, Dad, aunts all lived and I'm proud to be a McFarland. Thank you.

1101 » Susan Toscas(née Griffiths- Thomasson, johnston, Baird)

Location: Guelph ontario, Canada... Orange County, Ca, recent loomis calif.
Date: 21.01.2015
Time: 07:01:10
I have searched for years for this record of my relative, a brother of my Grandmother(Elizabeth Jane Johnston) she dearly loved her brother... She was daughter of these English and Scottish parents...she was born in Belfast..approx 1902-3 and remembers her brother so very fondly... It is my wish to visit Belfast sometime very soon. Thank you all who remember these men. Susan Jane Griffiths/Toscas

1100 » Sara (Joy) Diab

Location: Coleraine
Date: 17.01.2015
Time: 08:49:34
Came across your web page by accident, but also delight. My grandfather was John McNabb (Coleraine) prisoner of war. My great great uncle was Charles Blair (killed) and my dearest aunt whom I am called for was Joyce Martin (your friend).

1099 » Margaret Gray

Location: born Donegall Road live in France
Date: 16.01.2015
Time: 18:11:35
thumbup How great to be able to look back to the house I was born in and also to my father's family's house. I will try to find out more addresses. Thank you so much for all the work you have put into this site.

1098 » John Evans

Location: Leicestershire
Date: 10.01.2015
Time: 16:06:09
What a great resource. On several visits, I've only scratched the surface so far! smile

1097 » Stephen Braniff

Location: scotland
Date: 02.01.2015
Time: 18:17:39
Hello, I was just looking for any extra info on the Braniff names that are on the various lists.

1096 » Irene Boyd

Location: Australia
Date: 02.01.2015
Time: 11:27:52
Born in Belfast 1942 and emigrated to Brisbane Feb 1974 with my husband and 2 children. First heard of you through Exiles. Have been trying to find info on my great Grandfather Johnston (think could be any of following christain names e.g. Charles, Henry, or William) who came to Ulster from Scotland in 1800's and opened up a scutching mill in I think Kells Co. Antrim. He married a lady with same surname (Johnston). My grandfather was Charles Johnston think born approx 1881 married to Margaret McShane (from Co., Cavan) and my father was Charles Johnston married to Sarah Jane Walker 1939.

1095 » JOHN BEST

Location: United States
Date: 31.12.2014
Time: 20:35:24
Thank you so much for posting this information. It has been hard finding information on my Irish ancestors. It has been hard finding information on my Irish ancestors so I treasure anytime I come across something new.

I was interested in finding out if you had anymore information on the Bailie Family Bible: LostFamilyBibleInscriptions.htm#Bailie

The John Bailie listed as being born in 1833 was my Great Great Grandfather and he was the John Bailie that was drowned in the boating accident in Ballyhalbert Bay. His daughter Sarah came to the United States and was my Great Grandmother.

1094 » Jennifer O'Brien

Location: Belfast
Date: 27.12.2014
Time: 14:15:02
I have a dead man's penny relating to a John McMullan and have been trying to find out more information about his life. I found his name on your site and think he may be my great uncle.

Thank you

1093 » pauline dunlop

Location: Belfast
Date: 12.12.2014
Time: 21:33:13
Interesting site,loads of history, would anyone have any stories/memories about the Orpheus which is due for demolition 2015

much appreciated

1092 » Chas McGrillen

Location: USA
Date: 07.12.2014
Time: 14:17:34
A wonderful web site !
It lists my dad, and his two brothers
and their service in WW I.
Thru this web site we found a link to details
on the brother who was killed at Gallipoli.

1091 » Michael Davidson

Location: Originally Scotland but lived in Bagot Street
Date: 06.12.2014
Time: 16:03:08
I absolutely love your site,the information is fantastic,I will be a frequesnt visitor if that's ok with you

1090 » Nigel King

Location: Newtownards
Date: 03.12.2014
Time: 05:25:20
Wow wow wow, what a shed load of info to digest and very well done, I know how time consuming it can be. Why is it that we take a keen interest in family history so late in life? I have a lot of catching up to do with my own and really need to get into the war stuff as I have quite a few bits and pieces to tie down and put in order. I really gotta go to bed now as its 5.30 am and I just cannot leave here, thanks, brilliant work, keep it up and I'll be back lol thumbup

1089 » Pedr Marshall

Location: Australia.
Date: 30.11.2014
Time: 06:15:02
Wow, What a site. I am researching my Irish History and have located my GG Grandparents. John Jones and Amelia O'neil with their marriage in 1827 in Belfast, County Antrim. Subsequently the family has fallen into place through 5 generations to myself, and some 800 descendants.

1088 » tracey martin

Location: United Kingdom
Date: 26.11.2014
Time: 17:30:26
I love this website, I came across it by accident. I have desperately searched for my great grandparents after they left England in 1918 to start life in Belfast. I have found more information than I was originally looking for. Thank you so much your hard work on this site is well worth it

1087 » Catherine Broderick

Location: United States
Date: 22.11.2014
Time: 09:16:23
Just saw my great Grandfathers name on the maternal side, as a Millwright, C McFarland.....great site, I love it.

1086 » michelle ann scott

Location: ballymoney/ballymena
Date: 14.11.2014
Time: 19:01:36
Brilliant site as I found my great grandad through your site. Robert Scott. It's great to find out about him an what happened him. It's great to see a picture of him he looks alot like my dad Billy Scott. Thanks so much for putting this up. Very interesting and much appreciated.

1085 » A3M

Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Date: 13.11.2014
Time: 15:05:08
Wonderful website... All of the compiled data and very helpful links are appreciated... A very special thank-you to Robert Thompson for sharing his research... My great uncle was Alexander Murdock who is included in Ballymoney Heroes...which I purchased during a recent visit to Ballymoney! Now I am looking to purchase other titles as I continue my WW1 research related to Bushmills, Coleraine, etc.

1084 » Emily RAINEY

Location: United Kingdom
Date: 11.11.2014
Time: 18:55:50
someone from the belfast forum recommended your site. am looking to trace my the history of my family. my grandad was george rainey he was born in belfast in march 1923. he had two brothers william (billy) and davey. i believe he lived in fortuna street. There are also links to carrickfergus and ballyclare he came to england and married an english girl. i am the oldest english rainey and have no one to ask. any help would be greatly appreciated smile

1083 » Alastair ross

Location: Moyarget
Date: 09.11.2014
Time: 20:51:24
Great website...!!! thumbup thumbup

1082 » Yasmin

Location: Belfast
Date: 04.11.2014
Time: 18:12:42
m desperatley trying to find out the last few bits of my father in laws family tree. Thomas James McCaughan from Bushmills,was in the WW1 & had been injured to the extent that he had lost a leg. His other half is believed to be a Jane McGahey & whatever happened there may have been abit of wife swapping with Joseph & Mary (or margaret) McCollum. Really need info on Tj McCaughan, where he came from,his parents,what he worked as, info on this Mrs McCollum story. Any photos, docs,info would be appreciated!!!!!

Contact me via y.doyle584@gmail.com

1081 » richard davis

Location: sydney nsw australia
Date: 03.11.2014
Time: 14:13:52
Dear MARY. I never seen a web site with such detail and information .the information is amazing and the format is remarkable.a fantastic work by you and your team. thank you. P.S I am a volunteer at the 1/15 royal new south wales lancers museum at Parramatta,I wish we could have a web site like yours. thank you again please keep up the good work.richard. smile

1080 » Pauline Bingham

Location: Islandmagee
Date: 31.10.2014
Time: 20:32:54
I recently published a book, 'Green Pastures' about the childhood memories of Maggie Welsh, born 1906 at the Gobbins, Islandmagee. Her mother ran tearooms there and many tourists came to visit the spectacular Gobbins Marine Walk. Your guest, Caroline Rankin of New Zealand, was looking for info about the Rankins, jewellers in Belfast from the early 1900s. The Rankin family feature in my book as they stayed near the Gobbins. 'Green Pastures' is available from Amazon and http://www.pmacdeepublishing.com.
Pauline E Bingham

1079 » Roger Denis Mc Ilroy

Location: Dunmurry. Belfast
Date: 30.10.2014
Time: 17:12:59
First time on site,very impressed.. smile smile

1078 » Malcolm Smith

Location: Australia
Date: 19.10.2014
Time: 06:51:21
Tracing the origins of the Anzac Pub in Ballycastle, which I discovered thanks to your site, was established by John Delagy who served in the Derby Yeomanry. I am now trying to establish the connection, if there was one, between the Australian Forces AIF and John Delagy's unit, there has to be some significance for choosing that name. Of special interest is that the bar staff of the current owners were aware of the history of the name but only in general terms but how many staff of pubs in the UK would be aware of the origin of the pub's name.

1077 » Richard Rathfield

Location: County Londonderry
Date: 07.10.2014
Time: 01:51:44
Great source of information !

I am researching my family history !
Any information on ,

Jack or John Rathfield
Violet Catherine Nixon, nee ( Rice )

Many thanks to Lennon Whylie and looking forward to the updates you have on the way.

1076 » Andrew McFarlane e

Date: 04.10.2014
Time: 22:52:39
Interesting information, I'm researching Cunningham on Beverley Street and John McFarlane, his son Alexander, they are both from Scotland. And Alexander's son John, john is my grandfather

1075 » pamela wilson

Location: United Kingdom
Date: 04.10.2014
Time: 00:32:38
An amazing site

1074 » pauline sweetlove

Location: carrickfergus
Date: 30.09.2014
Time: 21:41:11
What a great page I have been trying for ages to find out about my grandfather Hugh Hamill and what regt he was in and I have found him on your page along with some photos of him thank you very much.

1073 » Gordon McWhaw

Location: Canada
Date: 26.09.2014
Time: 12:08:26
Very interesting and well done site. I'm interested in connecting with anyone interested in researching the McWhaw family. Cheers

1072 » Stuart Reid Montgomery

Location: ards
Date: 23.09.2014
Time: 21:47:40
Very good found a lot of family names in here..

1071 » Rob Whaite

Location: Australia
Date: 04.09.2014
Time: 10:58:32
I have not found the info i need so far. However I have found your site to be a good guide.

1070 » Stewart McClean

Location: Newtownards
Date: 31.08.2014
Time: 23:29:30
My late father was S/Sgt BQMS Sammy McClean BEM of HQ Battery 102 (Ulster & Scottish) Regiment RA (v) and I myself followed him to become the BQMS of the same Battery

1069 » Debera Morrow

Location: Australia
Date: 31.08.2014
Time: 09:34:30
I'm researching the Morrow family from Killinchy County Down and I hope I find some on this site :) smile

1068 » Beth

Location: GA
Date: 30.08.2014
Time: 14:47:21
thanks so much! what a great website!!

searching for Jamison, Little and Martin families primarily Dromore, Down.

1067 » Mark Kinnon

Location: Whiteabbey
Date: 28.08.2014
Time: 13:33:15
Hi there
Found your website very helpful with some research about my grandfather (Tommy Kinnon) and his brother (Albert Kinnon) who both served in the 8 Belfast Heavy AA Regiment in WW II.
Found an extract about my great uncle in the link to Coralie Kinahan's book - it made me smile as he seems to have been a bit of a character.
I have some photos if you would like me to scan and send them to you.
Mark Kinnon

1066 » Ivor Thompson

Location: Irondale, Ontario, Canada
Date: 25.08.2014
Time: 02:46:56
Wonderful site, I found it very interesting to discover who previously lived in my grandmother's house on Hill's Avenue. It's also very interesting to see the various occupations related to the linen industry and shipbuilding. Well done!

1065 » Bob Gibson

Location: Belfast
Date: 20.08.2014
Time: 16:37:22
What a wonderful site , so much interesting information thumbup

1064 » Colleen

Location: West Sussex
Date: 06.08.2014
Time: 09:45:59
My father purchased a similar plaque with this poem on it for my lst birthday in 1945. I still have it to this day and it is my most treasured possession. My father was adopted by a Salvation Army family at an early age and lived a wonderful life. He fought in the Second World War.

1063 » Bea

Location: Banbridge
Date: 05.08.2014
Time: 23:23:23
Loved visiting this site - loads of fantastic historical information

1062 » Katherine

Location: Father from Belfast
Date: 02.08.2014
Time: 22:14:51
Appreciate your wonderful website and all the hard work that has gone into it. Researching Kane's especially in Campbell Row and Christian Place. Thank you so much.

1061 » Jayne Griffith Ferreira

Location: Boston, MA
Date: 28.07.2014
Time: 05:32:58
I've been lucky enough to visit Ballycastle and see the war memorial. I found it very touching to read of my grandmother's brother Charles McGoldrick's service in the R. Irish Rifles on this site. Keep up the good work. Absolutely brilliant website. thumbup

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