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John and Jean King of County Tyrone, Ireland with some of their descendants in America

William W. Brewer

John and Jean King of County Tyrone, Ireland with some of their descendants in America

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Published by W.W. Brewer in Redondo Beach, CA (440 Via Los Miradores, Redondo Beach 90277-6762) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Northern Ireland
    • Subjects:
    • King family.,
    • King, John, 1672-1747 -- Family.,
    • Northern Ireland -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementby William W. Brewer, Jr.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.K53 1997b
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 52 p. ;
      Number of Pages52
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL310175M
      LC Control Number97220024

      WILLIAM HENRY, SR. was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, according to his gravestone (another family source says County Down) in and died at Henry’s Knob, York County, South Carolina, on Octo , at the advanced age of years. Family tradition has it that he was descended from an excellent family in. - Three brothers of this name came to Ireland in the year AD as told in the Annals of the Four Masters (Vol 1, p. ). They are regarded as the founders of the early kingdom of Airgialla or Oriel. In they and their forces defeated the Ulstermen at the battle of Achadh Leithdheirg in Farney (co. Monaghan) and slew the last king of Ulster. The “Widow Guthrie” arrived in America with 5 sons: John, Robert, Stephen, Truman, and James. Our participant for this lineage descends from son James Guthrie, born in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland and died in Preston County, Virinia, and his wife Mary Shelps. Strabane Chronicle and Tyrone and Donegal Advertiser: to The British Newspaper Archive: , Strabane Chronicle and Tyrone and Donegal Advertiser: to Irish Newspaper Archives: Tyrone Constitution: to The British Newspaper Archive: , , , Tyrone Courier:

      The Carroll family were descendants of the Ó Cearbhaill lords of Éile [3] (Lords of Ely) in King's County (now County Offaly), Ireland. The boy's name was J. James point of Rocks, are planning a Bicentennial celebration on Saturday, Oct. D. As with Doughoregan, Folly Quarter is practically around the corner from where I live.


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Ordnance survey memoirs of Ireland / edited by Ange´lique Day and Patrick McWilliams. John King () was born in Dungannon, Tyrone, Ulster, Ireland. He was the father of six children. He and his family later immigrated to Adams County, Pennsylvania.

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County TyroneGenWeb. Available Records for Genealogical Research in County Tyrone Ireland. This information was taken from (and in some cases) taken directly from John Grenham's book Tracing Your Irish Ancestors published by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.

in Robert Sproule of Miami County, Ohio, formerly of County Tyrone, Ireland, and some of his descendants with lineage of families allied by marriage Lincoln, R.I. GENERAL HISTORY. BELMORE, Earl of [Richard Lowry Somerset]. Descriptive notes on the Irish historical atlas () the old castles of county Tyrone.

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KING, of Castlecaufield House, county Tyrone, of a son and heir, being her sixth child. Malcolm, the father of the four brothers who came to this country, proved to have been a weaver who lived near Cooktown, Ulster province, in the parish of Derryloren, County Tyrone, Ireland.

He died some time before A third branch of the Fleming family was founded by Solomon Fleming, who came from England to America. Ulsterheart (book) The following are transcriptions of baptisms covering 13 pages from records of the parishes of Errigal Keerogue and Carnteel, in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.

These records were difficult and costly to obtain, but the information is a public record, so I provide it here as a public service to those doing genealogy. My husband’s 5xgreat grandfather was John Wilson. He was born in in Antrim. In he emigrated to Connecticut in America and became a successful farmer.

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It it believed by some families members and genealogists that we descended from Robert and Isabella McGrew who migrated from Omagh, County Tyrone in Northern Ireland. Robert was born in Scotland about and from there went to Ireland until when he migrated to America with is wife Isabella, five sons and a granddaughter.

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[7]. A type of their descendants was Sir William Hingston, whose father was at this time a lieutenant adjutant in the Royal th Regiment, "the Dublins." Sir William's father died when his son was a mere boy, but the lad supported his mother, worked his way through the medical school, saved enough money to give himself two years in Europe, and.

PA.), son of Rev. Alexander Calhoun and Lady Judith Hamilton. In Ireland the Calhoun's spelled their name Colhoun (Colquhoun in some records) before moving to the states.

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The descendants of these families are. jc Some descendants claim that John's father was William CULBERTSON, who was one of the Scotch Covenanters, who took advantage of the opportunity given Scotsmen to settle in North Ireland, during the reign of James II of England, and who emigrated to County Derry between It is interesting to note that one of his brothers settled in.