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Crossroads Presbyterian Church, All Saints Parish, Co. Donegal, Ireland Marriages 1845-1875
Donagheady Old Burial Ground, Church Hill, Donemana, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland Index to Names & Townlands Recorded on Headstones & Memorials
Donagheady Parish Church (St. James Church of Ireland), Earlsgift, Donemana, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland Burial Registers of Interments in Donagheady Old Burial Ground, Church Hill & St. Michael's Graveyard, Bunowen 1828-80
Taughboyne Vestry Minutes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1796-1876
Kildress Roman Catholic Parish, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland Burial Records 1835-42
Donemana Presbyterian Church, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland: Names of Elders & Dates of Ordination 1834-89
St. Columba's Chapel of Ease, (Church of Ireland), Craigadooish, Taughboyne Parish, Co. Donegal, Ireland, Baptisms 1871-1907
All Saints Parish Church (All Saints Church of Ireland) , Newtowncunningham, Co. Donegal, Ireland, Burials 1820-1900
All Saints Parish Church (All Saints Church of Ireland), Newtowncunningham Co. Donegal, Ireland, Marriages 1845-97
All Saints Parish Church (All Saints Church of Ireland), Newtowncunningham, Co. Donegal, Ireland, Baptisms 1877-79
Taughboyne Parish Church (St. Baithin's Church of Ireland), Church Town, St. Johnston, Co. Donegal, Ireland, Marriages 1845-1900
Donagheady Parish Church (Church of Ireland), Donemana, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland, Baptisms January - May 1755
Killea Parish Church, (St. Fiach's Church of Ireland), Carrigans, Co. Donegal, Ireland Burials 1880-1900
Killea Parish Church, (St. Fiach's Church of Ireland), Carrigans, Co. Donegal, Ireland Baptisms 1877-1900
Killea Parish Church, (St. Fiach's Church of Ireland), Carrigans, Co. Donegal, Ireland, Marriages 1845-1900
Register of Vestrymen, Donagheady Parish Church (Church of Ireland), Earlsgift, Donemana, Co. Tyrone 1870
Names of Masters of Families, Cappagh Parish - 1699
Names of Masters of Families in Drumragh Parish 1699
Donagheady Presbyterians Excommunicated from the Established Church 1667
Presbyterian Church Congregation Histories
Subscribers to 'Dissertations on Natural Theology' from Co. Tyrone 1777
Aghadowey Presbyterian Church, Coleraine, Co. Londonderry , Succession List of Ministers 1655-2019
Aghadowey Presbyterian Church Marriages 1845-1863, Aghadowey Parish, Co. Londonderry
Aghadowey Parish Church, St. Guaire's Church of Ireland Marriages 1845-1885, Co. Londonderry
AGHALOO PARISH BAPTISMS, CHURCH OF IRELAND
Selected Marriages from the Registers of Aghaloo Parish Church, (Church of Ireland) Caledon, Co. Tyrone 1802-44
Henderson Marriages & Confirmations, Extracted from the Registers of Aghaloo Parish Church (St. John's Church of Ireland), Caledon, Co. Tyrone, 1803-1840
Aghaloo Roman Catholic Parish Marriages 1837-1880
Aghaloo Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms 1846-1901
Albany Presbyterian Church, Killycolpy, Ballyclog Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-50
Alt Presbyterian Church Pewholders & Stipend Payers, Urney Parish, Financial Statement 1867
Alt Presbyterian Church, Urney Parish, Co. Donegal Marriages 1845-70
Altedesert Parish Church (Church of Ireland), Pomeroy Civil Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1846-52
St. Eugene's Church of Ireland, Ardstraw Parish, Newtownstewart, Index to Baptism Cards 1882-1915
St. Eugene's Church of Ireland, Ardstraw Parish, Newtownstewart, Index to Burials 1887-1964
St. Eugene's Church of Ireland, Ardstraw Parish, Newtownstewart 1845-1939
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Cross of Ardboe & Ardboe Parish Rectors 1869
Ardboe Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms, Cos. Tyrone & Londonderry 1800-1843
Ardboe Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms, Cos. Tyrone & Londonderry 1844-1864
Ardboe Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms, Cos. Tyrone & Londonderry 1865-1890
Ardboe Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms, Cos. Tyrone & Londonderry 1891-1920
Arboe Parish Church (St. Colman's Church of Ireland), Arboe Parish, Cos. Tyrone & Londonderry Marriages 1845-50
Ardboe Roman Catholic Baptism Records
Ardboe Roman Catholic Chapel Marriages, 2nd Qtr 1865
Ardstraw Ruling Elders & Commissioners 1620-1700
Ardstraw Parish Church (Church of Ireland), Newtownstewart, Marriages 1845-70
Artrea Parish Church (St. Andrew's Church of Ireland) Artrea Parish Marriages 1845-50
Second Ardstraw (Drumlegagh) Presbyterian Church, Ardstrw Parish, Financial Statement; Pewholders & Stipend Payers 1862
New Ardstraw Presbyterian Church Opening, 1863
Ardstraw West & Castlederg Roman Catholic Parish, Derry Diocese Baptisms 1846-50
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Aughnacloy Presbyterian Church Baptisms 1823-1837
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Aughnacloy Presbyterian Church, Carnteel Parish, Co. Tyrone Henderson Marriages 1810-1846
Aughnacloy Presbyterian Church, Carnteel Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-1850
St. James Church of Ireland, Carnteel Parish, Aughnacloy Baptisms 1805-63
St. James Church of Ireland, Carnteel Parish, Aughnacloy Burials 1827-1859
St. James Church of Ireland, Carnteel Parish, Aughnacloy Marriages 1814-52
Ballindrait Presbyterian Church, Clonleigh Parish, Co. Donegal Marriages 1824-69
Ballyclog Parish Church (St. Patrick's Church of Ireland), Ballyclog Parish Marriages 1845-50
Ballymagrane Presbyterian Church, Aghaloo Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-48
2nd Ballynahatty (or Creevan) Presbyterian Church, Drumragh Parish Marriages 1845-70
Banagher Presbyterian Church, Feeny, Banagher Parish, Co. Londonderry: Pewholders & Stipend Payers 1870
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Baronscourt Parish, Church of Ireland Death Index Cards Pre-1965
Baronscourt Parish, Church of Ireland Marriage Index Cards - Pre-1940
Baronscourt Parish Church (Church of Ireland, Ardstraw Parish), Co. Tyrone Marriages 1858-1921
Benburb Presbyterian Church, Clonfeacle Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-62
Bodoney Upper Parish Church, (St. Patrick's Church of Ireland) Plumbridge, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-89
Badoney (Droit) Presbyterian Church, Badoney Lower Parish: Selected Marriages 1822-1908 & A Short History to c1900
Badoney (New Droit) Presbyterian Church, Badoney Lower Parish, Official Opening August 1845
St. Patrick's Church of Ireland, Gortin, Badoney Lower Parish Marriage Index Cards 1817-1939
Bodoney Lower Parish Church (St. Patrick's Church of Ireland), Gortin, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-70
St. Patrick's Church of Ireland, Gortin, Lower Badoney Parish, Baptism Index Cards 1812-1914
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Greenan Church of Ireland, Badoney Lower Parish Marriage Index Cards Pre-1940
St. Patrick's Church of Ireland, Upper Badoney Parish, Plumbridge Baptism Index Cards 1886-1915
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St. Patrick's Church of Ireland, Upper Badoney Parish, Plumbridge Marriage Index Cards & Register 1846-1890
Brantry Parish Church (Holy Trinity Church of Ireland), Aghaloo Civil Parish, Selected Records including Henderson, Wilson & Wright Baptisms 1845-82
Brigh Presbyterian Church, Ballyclog Parish, Co. Tyrone Selected Baptisms 1832-45
Brigh Presbyterian Church, Ballyclog Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-52
Bready Reformed Presbyterian Church, Donagheady Parish Baptisms 1866 - 1888
Burt Presbyterian Church, Co. Donegal, Ruling Elders & Commissioners 1620-1700
St. John's Church of Ireland, Caledon, Baptisms 1791-1805
Camus-Juxta-Mourne Parish Church (Christ Church, Church of Ireland) Strabane, Marriages 1845-70
Cappagh Church of Ireland Baptisms - 1820, 1825, 1826, 1839
Cappagh Parish Church, St. Eugene's Church of Ireland, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-70
Carnone Presbyterian Church, Donaghmore Parish, Co. Donegal Financial Report 1867 A List of Pewholders & Stipend Payers
1st Castlederg Presbyterian Church Seatholders 1878/79
1st Castlederg Presbyterian Church Honor Roll for WWI 1914-18
First Castlederg Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-70
2nd Castlederg Presbyterian Church, Urney Parish, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland Marriages 1845-60
Clady Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw Parish, Financial Statement; Pewholders & Stipend Payers 1862
Clonleigh Parish Church (St. Lugadius' Church of Ireland) Lifford, Co. Donegal Marriages 1845-70
Coagh Presbyterian Church, Tamlaght Parish, Cos.  Londonderry & Tyrone Marriages 1845-50
Coagh Roman Catholic Baptism Records
First Cookstown Presbyterian Church, Derryloran Parish, Co. Tyrone, Marriages 1845-50
Cookstown & Desertcreat Places of Worship, & their Ministers 1846
Corrick Presbyterian Church, Bodoney Upper Parish, Pewholders & Stipend Payers 1862
Crossroads (Mountjoy) Presbyterian Church, Cappagh Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-64
Cumber Presbyterian Church, Glendermott Presbytery Financial Statement 1867
Upper Cumber Presbyterian Church, Glendermott Presbytery Financial Statement 1866
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St. John's Church of Ireland, Castlederg, Derg Parish Marriage Index Cards Pre-1940
St. Johns Church of Ireland, Castlederg (aka Derg Parish Church) Marriages 1845-1855
Derg Parish Church (St. John's Church of Ireland), Castlederg, Urney Civil Parish Burials 1839-61
St. Johns Church of Ireland, Castlederg (aka Derg Parish Church) Marriages 1850-1890
Saint Luran's Parish Church Records, Derryloran
Saint Luran's Parish Church, Derryloran Baptisms 1797-1809
Saint Luran's Parish Church, Derryloran Birth, Baptism, Marriage, Death Records 1810-1829
Saint Luran's Parish Church, Derryloran Birth, Baptism, Marriage, Death Records 1830-1849
Saint Luran's Parish Church, Derryloran Birth, Baptism, Marriage, Death Records 1850-1869
Saint Luran's Parish Church, Derryloran Birth, Baptism, Marriage, Death Records 1870-1889
Saint Luran's Parish Church, Derryloran Birth, Baptism, Marriage, Death Records 1890-1896
Derryloran Parish Church (St. Luran's Church of Ireland), Cookstown, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-50
Desertcreat Parish Church (Church of Ireland) near Cookstown, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-50
Donacavey (Fintona) Roman Catholic Chapel: Marriages 3rd Quarter 1865
Donagheady Parish Church (Church of Ireland), Co. Tyrone: Hamilton Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1754-65
Donagheady Ruling Elders & Commissioners 1620-1700
1st Donagheady Presbyterian Church Financial Statement 1857
Opening of the New First Donagheady Presbyterian Church, March 1870
1st Donagheady Presbyterian Church Financial Statement 1870
Second Donagheady Presbyterian Church, Sandville, Co. Tyrone List of Elders & Dates of Ordination 1744-1903
Opening of New 2nd Donagheady Presbyterian Church 1856
2nd Donagheady Presbyterian Church Financial Statement 1863
2nd Donagheady Presbyterian Church, Co. Tyrone Pewholders & Stipend Payers 1866
2nd Donagheady Presbyterian Church Financial Statement 1870
Second Donagheady Presbyterian Church Marriages 1838 - 1845
Second Donagheady Presbyterian Church Marriages 1845 - 1926
Donaghenry & Ballyclog Roman Catholic Parish, Co. Tyrone Baptisms 1822-1909
Donemana Presbyterian Church Records - Miscellaneous
Transcriptions of Donemana Presbyterian Registers
Donemana Presbyterian Church Financial Statement for Year ending 31st December 1866
Donemana Presbyterian Church Financial Statement for Year ending 31st December 1870
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Donaghmore, Co. Tyrone, Record Extracts 1742-1825
Donoughmore Presbyterian Church, Liscooley, Castlefin, Donaghmore Parish, Co. Donegal, Financial Report 1867 - List of Pewholders & Stipend Payers
Donoughmore, Co. Donegal, Presbyterian Ruling Elders & Commissioners 1620-1700
Douglas Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw Parish Pewholders & Stipend Payers Financial Statement 1862
Dromore Parish Church: Marriages 1845
Dromore Presbyterian Church, Dromore Parish, Marriages 1845-63
Dromore Parish, Co Tyrone
Dromore Roman Catholic Church Records
Parish of Dromore Roman Catholic Baptisms
Dromore Presbyterian Church: Selected Records 1841-46
Drumlegagh Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-70
Drumnakilly Church of Ireland (Holy Trinity), Termonmanguirk Parish Marriages 1845-70
Drumragh Parish, Church of Ireland, St. Columbas, Omagh - Baptisms
Drumquin Presbyterian Church (Longfield East Parish), Marriages 1845-70
New Drumquin Presbyterian Church Opening 1861
Fintona Presbyterian Church: Wilson Baptisms 1843-46
Fintona Presbyterian Church, Donacavey Parish, Marriages 1845-63
First Garvagh Presbyterian Church Baptisms 1795-1829(with gaps), Errigal Parish, Co. Londonderry
First Garvagh Presbyterian Church Baptisms 1830-1844(with gaps), Errigal Parish, Co. Londonderry
First Garvagh Presbyterian Church Baptisms 1840-1849, Errigal Parish, Co. Londonderry
First Garvagh Presbyterian Church Baptisms 1859-1883, Errigal Parish, Co. Londonderry
First Garvagh Presbyterian Church Baptisms 1883-1906, Errigal Parish, Co. Londonderry
First Garvagh Presbyterian Church Baptisms 1907-1924, Errigal Parish, Co. Londonderry
First Garvagh Presbyterian Church Marriages 1795-1835(with gaps), Errigal Parish, Co. Londonderry
First Garvagh Presbyterian Church Marriages 1836-1844, Errigal Parish, Co. Londonderry
First Garvagh Presbyterian Church Marriages 1845-1889, Errigal Parish, Co. Londonderry
2nd Glendermott Presbyterian Church
1st Glendermott Presbyterian Church, Co. Londonderry - Donagheady Marriages 1846-64
Glendermott First Presbyterian Church, Co. Londonderry Marriages 1838 - 1929
Glenelly Presbyterian Church, Upper Bodoney, Newtownstewart, Co. Tyrone Baptisms 1859-1862
Glenelly Presbyterian Church, Bodoney Upper Parish, Pewholders & Stipend Payers 1862
Glenhoy Presbyterian Church Graveyard Inscriptions
Gortnessy Presbyterian Church, Clondermot Parish, Co. Londonderry: Pew Holders & Stipend Payers November 1866
Gortnessy Presbyterian Church, Clondermot Parish, Co. Londonderry: Pew Holders & Stipend Payers 1870
Kildress Roman Catholic Church Baptism Register, Kildress Parish, Co. Tyrone
Extracts from Killeeshil Parish
Killenny Catholic Chapel, Repairs Subscription Fund, Donagheady Parish, 1833
Killeter Presbyterian Church, Termonamongan Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-70
Killyman Baptism Records
Killyman Burial Records
Killyman Confirmation Records – 1837, 1840 & 1843
Killyman Baptisms Church of Ireland 1690-1898
Killyman Marriages Church of Ireland 1753-1844
Killyman Burials Church of Ireland 1776-1877
Kilskeery Parish Church (Church of Ireland) Marriages 1845-46
Elders and Commissioners from Urney
Leckpatrick Parish, Church of Ireland(St. Patrick's) Marriages 1845-1932
Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church Marriages 1845-1930
Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church, Artigarvan, Strabane, Co. Tyrone; List of Stipend Payers 1863
Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church, Glendermott Presbytery Financial Statement 1866
Lower Clonaneese Presbyterian Church Baptisms 1840-1911
Maghera Church of Ireland, Co. Londonderry
Magheramason Presbyterian Church Marriages 1881-1927
Magilligan Presbyterian Church, Magilligan Parish, Co. Londonderry, Stipend Payers & Pew Holders, 1859
Magilligan Presbyterian Church, Magilligan Parish, Co. Londonderry, Stipend Payers & Pew Holders, 1860
Strabane Methodist Ministers
Moneydig Presbyterian Church Baptisms 1857-1894, Desertoghill Parish, Co. Londonderry
Moneydig Presbyterian Church Baptisms 1894-1920, Desertoghill Parish, Co. Londonderry
Moneydig Presbyterian Church Marriages 1845-1889, Desertoghill Parish, Co. Londonderry
Moneydig Presbyterian Church Marriages 1889-1928, Desertoghill Parish, Co. Londonderry
Mountfield Church of Ireland, Cappagh Parish Marriages 1845-9
1st Newtownstewart Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw Parish Marriages 1845-70
2nd Newtownstewart Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw Parish Pewholders & Stipend Payers Financial Statement 1862
2nd Newtownstewart Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-68
Omagh Ruling Elders & Commissioners 1620-1700
Omagh Roman Catholic Marriages Registered at Omagh, Killyclogher & Knockmoyle Chapels 3rd Quarter 1865
First Omagh Presbyterian Church, Drumragh Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-70
Omagh Wesleyan Chapel, Drumragh Parish Marriages 1857-70
Orritor Presbyterian Church, Kildress Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-50
Church Records By Parish
Pomeroy Presbyterian Church, Pomeroy Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-52
Pomeroy Presbyterian Church, Co. Tyrone: A History 1763-1981
Ministers in Co Tyrone
Presbyterian Ministers in Co Tyrone 1799
First Raphoe Presbyterian Church, Raphoe Parish, Co. Donegal Financial Report 1867 - List of Pewholders & Stipend Payers
Raphoe Presbyterian Congregation (now Convoy), Co. Donegal, Ruling Elders & Commissioners 1620-1700
Ray Presbyterian Ruling Elders & Commissioners, Raymochy Parish, Co. Donegal 1620-1700
Roman Catholic Online Registers, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland
Roman Catholic Churches in Co. Tyrone Alpha by Parish & by Town
Roman Catholic Mission Church, Toronto, York Co., Ontario - Marriage Banns, 1849
Sandholes Presbyterian Church, Desertcreat Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-50
Scots’ Presbyterian Church, Gortin, (Badoney Lower Parish) Marriages 1845-70
Sion Mills Presbyterian Church, Urney Parish Pewholders & Stipend Payers Financial Statement 1868
St. Johnston Presbyterian Church, Taughboyne Parish, Co. Donegal Financial Statement 1882 - A List of Pewholders & Stipend Payers
St. Michael's Church of Ireland, Sixmilecross, Termonmaguirk Parish Miscellaneous Birth, Death, Marriage Records 1837-1946
First Stewartstown Presbyterian Church, Donaghenry Parish, Co. Tyrone
2nd Stewartstown Presbyterian Church, Donaghenry Parish, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1845-50
1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1828 to 1830
1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1830-34
1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1834-40
1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1840-51
1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1851 to 1863
1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1864-73
1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1873 - 1891 Transcribed from PRONI MIC: 1P/10
1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1892 - 1906 Transcribed from PRONI MIC: 1P/10
1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1906 - 1923 Transcribed from PRONI MIC: 1P/10
1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1923 - 1937 Transcribed from PRONI MIC: 1P/10
First Strabane Presbyterian Church, Leckpatrick Parish Financial Statement, Pewholders & Stipend Payers 1862
1st Strabane Presbyterian Church, Camus Parish Marriages 1845-70
2nd Strabane Presbyterian Church, Leckpatrick Parish Marriages 1846-70
Second Strabane Presbyterian Church, Leckpatrick Parish Financial Statement, Pewholders & Stipend Payers 1862
Strabane Church Records, Camus Parish, Co. Tyrone
Strabane Presbyterian Church, World War I Roll of Honour
Strabane, Melmount & Cloghcor Chapel Roman Catholic Marriages, Strabane Co. 1864
Strabane Ruling Elders & Commissioners 1620-1700
Stranorlar Presbyterian Church, Stranorlar Parish, Co. Donegal: Ruling Elders & Commissioners 1620-1700
Stranorlar Presbyterian Church, Stranorlar Parish, Co. Donegal: Ordained Elders 1675-1944
Stranorlar Presbyterian Church, Stranorlar Parish, Co. Donegal Centenary Celebrations 2006
Taboyn (Monreagh), Co. Dongeal, Presbyterian Ruling Elders & Commissioners 1620-1700 (Taubhboyne Parish, Co. Donegal)
Termonamongan Parish Church, St. Bestius' Church of Ireland, Killeter, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland Marriages 1845-1901
St. Bestius Church of Ireland, Killeter, Termonamongan Parish Baptism Index Cards Pre-1915
Scanned, Compiled and Submitted by Malcolm Houston malcolm.houston[at]gmail.com Family Name List - Compiled and Submitted by Len Swindley len_swindley[at]hotmail.com
St. Bestius Church of Ireland, Killeter, Termonamongan Parish Marriage Index Cards Pre-1940
Termonmaguirk Parish Church (St. Columbkille's Church of Ireland), Carrikmore Marriages 1845-70
Tullyniskan Parish Church, (Holy Trinity Church of Ireland) Newmills, Dungannon, World War I Roll of Honour
Urney Parish Church (Christ Church, Church of Ireland), Strabane, Co. Tyrone Marriages 1820-70
Urney Presbyterian Church, Urney Parish Financial Statement, Pewholders & Stipend Payers 1862
Urney Ruling Elders & Commissioners 1620-1700
Urney, and Urney & Sion Presbyterian Churches Miscellaneous Baptisms 1845-1942
Urney, and Urney & Sion Presbyterian Churches Miscellaneous Marriages 1847-1922
Wilson Baptisms & Marriages, Co. Tyrone 1793-1855
Aghadowey Parish Church, St. Guaire's Church of Ireland Graveyard Transcriptions, Co. Londonderry
First Garvagh Presbyterian Church Graveyard Transcriptions, Errigal Parish, Co. Londonderry
Kennedy Family Baptisms, First Garvagh Presbyterian Church 1798-1840(with gaps), Errigal Parish, Co. Londonderry
Fleming Reverends, Co. Tyrone
St. James Roman Catholic Church, Colgan, Simcoe Co., Ontario - Misc. Burials 1852-1864
Incumbants of Ardstraw
Biographies & Information of Ministers/Priests Pastors of All Faiths
Clogher & St. Marcartan's Cathedral
Church of Ireland Rectors
Ministers at First Presbyterian Cookstown, Co. Tyrone 1673-1846
Donemana Presbyterian Church, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone Names of Elders & Dates of Ordination 1834-89
Dromore Church of Ireland Rectors & Vicars
Elders, Commissioners - 1672-1700; Wardens - 1827
Presbyterian Ministers in Co. Tyrone, their Congregations & Stipends 1799
Derryloran Parish Church (St. Luran's Church of Ireland), Cookstown, Co. Tyrone Clergy Succession Lists 1622-1998
St. Patrick's Chapel (RC) Aghyaran, Parish of Termonamongan, Co. Tyrone Clergy 1466-1984
Key to Marriage Record Column Headings & Occupation Codes
         
pdf_files23 pages
Ardstraw_Baptisms_Pre1915.pdf
Ardstraw_Deaths_Pre1965.pdf
Ardstraw_Marriages_Pre1940.pdf
Baronscourt_Baptisms_Pre1915.pdf
BaronsCourt_Deaths_Pre1965.pdf
Baronscourt_Marriages_Pre1940.pdf
Lower_Badoney_Marriages_Pre1940.pdf
Lower_Badoney_Baptisms_Pre1915.pdf
Lower_Badoney_Deaths_Pre1965.pdf
Greenan_Marriages_Pre1940.pdf
Upper_Badoney_Baptisms_Pre1915.pdf
Upper_Badoney_Deaths_Pre1965.pdf
Upper_Badoney_Marriages_A_1846_1890.pdf
RegisterMarriagesUpperBadoneyA1_24.pdf
RegisterMarriagesUpperBadoneyA25_48.pdf
RegisterMarriagesUpperBadoneyA49_72.pdf
RegisterMarriagesUpperBadoneyA73-95.pdf
StJohnsBaptisms.pdf
StJohnsDeaths.pdf
St.JohnsMarriages.pdf
St.BestiusBaptisms.pdf
St.BestiusBurials.pdf
St.BestiusMarriages.pdf
    
graveyard29 pages
Crossroads Presbyterian Church, All Saints Parish Tombstone Transcriptions & Photos, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Taughboyne Church of Ireland Graveyard Sign Photos
Aghadowey Presbyterian Church Gravestone Transcriptions, Aghadowey Parish, Co. Londonderry
Boveedy Presbyterian Church Graveyard Transcriptions, Tamlaght O'Crilly Parish, Co. Londonderry
Desertoghill (Old) Parish Church, Church of Ireland Graveyard Transcriptions, near Garvagh, Co. Londonderry
Desertoghill Parish Church, Church of Ireland Gravestone Transcriptions, Townland of Moyletra, Desertoghill Parish, Co. Londonderry
Kilrea Parish Church, St. Patrick's Church of Ireland, Graveyard Transcriptions,Kilrea Parish, Co. Londonderry
St. Paul's Church of Ireland Graveyard Transcriptions, Garvagh, Parish of Errigal, Co. Londonderry
Young, Stewart & Holmes Headstone Transcriptions, Main Street Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Errigal Parish, Co. Londonderry
Old Ardstraw Cemetery Transcriptions
Christ Church (Church of Ireland), Urney
Christ Church (Church of Ireland) Urney Graveyard
Church of the Immaculate Conception Graveyard(Moortown), Cookstown, Ardboe Parish, Co. Tyrone
Deplorable State of Derryloran Graveyard, Cookstown, Co. Tyrone, May 1879
Inscriptions from Donaghcavey Cemetery (or Findonagh)
Donaghendry Old Graveyard
Grange Graveyard, Donagheady Parish
Mountcastle Graveyard Transcriptions & some Photos, Donagheady Parish 1937-2015
Mountcastle Graveyard Transcriptions & some Photos, Donagheady Parish 1937-2015
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Graveyard, Carncorn, near Castlederg, Ardstraw Parish, Co. Tyrone
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Graveyard, Dregish, Ardstraw Parish, Co. Tyrone
St. Michael's Church of Ireland Old Graveyard, Donemana, Benowen Townland, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church Cemetery, Castlederg Headstone Inscriptions
St. Patrick Cemetery, Coagh, Cookstown
St. Patrick's Church of Ireland, Parish of Lower Bodoney (Badoney), Gortin Cemetery Inscriptions
Burial Grounds in Strabane District
Urney New Graveyard, Urney Parish, Urney Road, Clady, near Strabane, Co. Tyrone
Graveyard Inscriptions
GortinGraveyardInscriptions.pdf
         
clanabogan2 pages
Clanabogan Church of Ireland Tombstone Photos
Clanabogan Church of Ireland Tombstone Transcriptions
         
fintona2 pages
Submitted by Bridgid Wilson bridgidwilson[at]hotmail.com
Old Church of Ireland, Fintona Tombstone Photos
         
caledon2 pages
Submitted by Bridgid Wilson bridgidwilson[at]hotmail.com
Submitted by Bridgid Wilson bridgidwilson[at]hotmail.com
         
fivemiletown3 pages
Submitted by Bridgid Wilson bridgidwilson[at]hotmail.com
St. Michael's Church of Ireland Old Graveyard, Donemana, Benowen Townland, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone
Submitted by Bridgid Wilson bridgidwilson[at]hotmail.com
    
hearth30 pages
Templecarn Parish (Pettigo), Hearth Money Roll, Co. Donegal, Ireland c1663
Taughboyne Parish, Co. Donegal, Hearth Money Roll c1663
Hearth Money Roll, Arboe Parish, Co. Tyrone 1664-6
Hearth Money Roll, Parish of Ardstraw - 1666
Ardstraw Parish Hearth Money Rolls - 1666
Hearth Money Roll, Aughelore Parish
Bodoney(Upper & Lower) Parish Hearth Money Roll, Strabane Barony - 1666
Badoney (Upper & Lower) Parish Hearth Money Roll c1670
Hearth Money Roll, Camus Juxta Mourne Parish, including the Town of Strabane, Co. Tyrone undated but c1665
Hearth Money Roll - Camus-Juxta-Mourne Parish, Strabane Barony - 1666
Hearth Money Roll, Carnteel Parish
Hearth Money Roll, Clonfeacle Parish
Hearth Money Roll, Clonoe Parish
Hearth Money Roll, Derryloran Parish
Hearth Money Roll, Desercreat Parish
Hearth Money Roll, Deserleragh?, Desevtereagh? Parish
Hearth Money Roll, Donagheady Parish, Strabane Barony 1666
Hearth Money Roll, Donahenry Parish
Hearth Money Roll, Donaghmore Parish
Partial List, Parish of Dromore - 1666
Drumglass Parish Hearth Money Roll, Co. Tyrone c1670
Drumragh (Drumra) Parish Hearth Money Roll, Co. Tyrone c1670
Hearth Money Roll, Kildress Parish
Hearth Money Roll, Killaman Parish
Hearth Money Roll, Leckpatrick Parish, Strabane Barony - 1666
Hearth Money Rolls for Leckpatrick Parish, Strabane Barony, Co. Tyrone c.1670
Longfield Parish Hearth Money Rolls - 1666
Termonamongan Parish Hearth Money Rolls - 1666
Hearth Money Roll, Urney Parish 1666
Hearth Money Roll, Ballyclog (Ballieeloge) Parish
    
biographies18 pages
Cyrus Hall McCormick 1809-1884: Inventor of the Reaper
Various Biographies of Tyrone-Born Men
Biographies - Armstrong - Andrew, Robert, Thomas, Francis
Biographies of Co. Tyrone Men in Ontario, Canada
Biographies of Co. Tyrone Born
Biographies of Co. Tyrone Men in USA
William HOMES - Biography
George Smith Houston, 1808-1879
Rachel (Galbraith) Jones -Biography
Josiah Keys of Donemana; Philadelphia; Cuba; New Zealand
Thomas Liggett - Biography
Robert & James Little - Biographies
Robert McCutcheon (1811-1892) - Biography
Hon. Thomas Mellon, Born 1813 - Biography
Dr James Stewart, Born Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1829, Died England 1906: An Irish Doctor and Philanthropist on the Ballarat Goldfields, Victoria, Australia
John Winslow, Justice of the Peace b.1806
Biography - Andrew Wright, 1842-1929
Biography - James Wright (1839-1911)
    
wills51 pages
Will of William Alexander of Mountcastle, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1880: Died January 1881
Will of Archibald Campbell, Camus Parish, Derry Diocese, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1623
The Will of William Mathewson, Donemanagh [Donemana, Donagheady Parish], Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1798
Deed - Memorial of Robert Lowry to John Love 25 July 1727
Calendar of Wills in the Diocese of Derry 1612-1858, Parish of Aghadowey, Co. Londonderry
Calendar of Wills in the Diocese of Derry 1612-1858, Parish of Desertoghill, Co. Londonderry
Calendar of Wills in the Diocese of Derry 1612-1858, Parish of Errigal, Co. Londonderry
Will - JOSEPH ARBUCKLE OF STRABANE, 1863
ARDSTRAW WILLS
Will - Anne Campbell, Aughalane, Bodoney Upper Parish, Co. Tyrone, 1876
Will of GEORGE CAMPBELL of Collermoney, Leckpatrick Parish, Co. Tyrone, 1885
Will - ROBERT CARSAN, Merchant of Philadelphia, USA & Strabane, Co. Tyrone, 1784
Will of THOMAS COLHOUN of Strabane, Co. Tyrone 1821
Will - David Craig, Binelly, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1865
Will Of Robert Craig Of Binnelly, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone, 1883
Will - Michael Doak, Killymore, Ardstraw Parish, Co. Tyrone 1855
Donagheady Wills Index: Pre-1858
Will of John James Donaghy, Ballyskeagh, Leckpatrick Parish, Co. Tyrone 1916
Will of Hon. & Rev. Charles, Earlsgift, Donemana, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1857
Will - Abstracts of Wills
Will of Catherine Dunn, Dullerton, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1851
Will: Estate & Effects of Thomas Cunningham Dunn, formerly of Articlave, Co. Londonderry, Died Denver, Colorado, USA; 1898
Will of Robert Fulton, Ballylaw, Leckpatrick Parish, Co. Tyrone 1915
Will of John Hall of Collermoney, Leckpatrick Parish, Co. Tyrone 1751
Will - Andrew Thomas Hamilton, 3 Feb. 1819
Will Of James Hamilton Of Omagh, Drumragh Parish, Co. Tyrone 1835
Will - Mary Hamilton Widow of Earlsgift, Donemana, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1849
Will Of Gabriel And Agnes Homes 1669
Will Of Gabriel Holmes, Strabane, Camus Parish, Co. Tyrone 1752
Will of Robert Lindsay, Surgeon, Strabane, Camus Parish, Co. Tyrone 1797
Will of David Love of Milltown, Ardstraw Parish, Co. Tyrone 1845
Will - Valuation of Reverand John Love's Holdings, 7th September 1917
Will of Reverand Joseph Love, Lislaird, Termonamongan Parish, Co. Tyrone 1884
Extracts from Several LOVE Probates & Wills from the PRONI - 1863-1917
Will of Sarah Jane (nee Bell) Maneely, Ballynafeagh, Ardboe Parish, Co. Tyrone, Died 20 December, 1903
Will of William Maneely, Ballynafeagh, Ardboe Parish, Co. Tyrone, Died 22 April, 1896
Will of John McCrea of Gobnascale, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1878
Will of Nancy McElhenny otherwise Ann McElhinny, Lisdivin, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1827
Will of William Nesbitt, Cloghogall, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone - 1825
Will of Martha Nisbitt (Nesbitt), Cloghogall, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1825
Will of John Scott, Ballycolman, Urney Parish, Strabane, Co. Tyrone 1799
Will of James Sproule, Mellmount, Urney Parish, Strabane 1840
Will Of Robert Stewart Of Upper Binnelly Donagheady Parish, Co Tyrone Died 20 September 1863
Will - ROBERT ROLLESTON, Gortavey, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone 1847
Will of Robert Runnett, Sessiagh Magarol [Sessiaghmagoroll], Clonfeacle Parish, 1897
Will of Katherine Wensley of Sandville, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone, 1758 Widow of Revd. Thomas Wensley, decd.
Will of THOMAS WENSLEY, Sandville, Donoghkiddy [Donagheady] Parish
Wills at the National Archives UK
Various Wills, Deeds, BMDs
Will of William Wright of Lisnanane, Desertcreat Parish, Co. Tyrone, Died Gortagowen, 22 December 1890
Will - List of Names from the Ireland Index of Wills
    
surnames285 pages
McCurdy Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1839-69
Elder Family Notes, Cos. Londonderry & Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1837-64
Elder Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1845-68
Mary Ann (nee McFadden) Whitmore: Durham's Oldest Resident Passes
Mathew Armstrong Family: Postmasters of Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, for Sixty-three Years 1831
McCurdy Family Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1830-69
Edie Family Notes, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1828-62
Mitchell Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1833-70
Mitchell Family Notes, Cos. Fermanagh, Londonderry & Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1773-1870
Frame & Knox Marriages, North Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1845-1916
Wauchob Family Notes, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1785-1897
Wauchob Families, Cos. Tyrone & Donegal: Tithe, Valuation & Census Records 1815-1911
McFeeters Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland & Cos. Tyrone & Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1839-68
Marshall Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland & Cos. Londonderry & Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1776-1870
Knox Family Notes, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1786-1878
Lipsett Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1831-70
Weir Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland & Cos. Fermanagh, Londonderry & Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1776-1870
Haslett & Hazlett Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland & Cos. Londonderry & Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1774-1869
McCorkell Family Notes, Cos. Donegal & Tyrone 1832-70
McCorkell Family Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1835-69
Miller / Millar Family Notes, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1827-70
Miller / Millar Family Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1775-1870
Miller / Millar Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1775-1870
Henderson Baptisms, Aghaloo Parish Church (St. John's Church of Ireland) Caledon, Co. Tyrone 1793-1860
Parke - Hagan - Warnock Research - Derryloran Parish Registers
Alexander Family Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1777-1869
Barclay Family Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1831-1862
Birney Family Events 1600-1900
Chambers Family Notes, Cos. Tyrone, Donegal & Londonderry 1825-70
Cochran & Cochrane Family Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1830-70
Cowan Family Notes 1822-1870, Cos. Tyrone, Donegal & Londonderry
Davis Family Notes, Co. Londonderry 1834-68
Dickey Family Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1850-66
Elliott Family Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1844-67
Henderson Family Notes, Co. Londonderry 1831-70
Hyndman Family Notes Cos. Donegal, Londonderry & Tyrone 1831-71
Kennedy Family Baptisms 1857-1921, Moneydig Presbyterian Church, Desertoghill Parish, Co. Londonderry
Kennedy Family Marriages 1796-1922, Co. Londonderry
Kennedy Family Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1777-1868
McClintock Family Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1782-1870
McClure Family Notes, Cos. Donegal, Londonderry & Tyrone 1778-1866
Porter Family Notes, Co. Londonderry 1830-70
Ramsay Family Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1775-1866
White Family Notes, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1839-69
Wilson Family Notes, Co. Londonderry, Ireland 1823-69
Alexander Family Notes, Co. Donegal 1775-1869
Barclay Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1774-1866
Bates Family Notes, Cos. Tyrone & Donegal 1847-74
Buchanan Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1830-70
The Caldwell Family of Ballybogan, Clonleigh Parish, Co. Donegal
Cochran & Cochrane Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1829-70
Davis Family Notes, Co. Donegal 1835-69
Dickey Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1834-73
Elliott Family Notes, Co. Donegal 1837-69
Henderson Family Notes, Co. Donegal 1830-70
Houston & Huston Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1830-1869 Extracts from Newspapers
Jack Family Notes, Strabane 1824-69
Kennedy Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1833-69
Leitch & Leech Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1833-70
McClintock Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1775-1870
Porter Family Notes, Co. Donegal 1829-70
Ramsay Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1777-1869
Roulston (& variants) Family Notes, Co. Donegal 1830-70
White Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1822-69
Wilson Family Notes, Co. Donegal, Ireland 1822-1870
Crozier Family Notes, Cos. Fermanagh & Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1841-70
Elliott Family Notes, Co. Fermanagh 1846-67
Lendrum Family Notes, Cos. Tyrone & Fermanagh, Northern Ireland 1831-67
Wilson Family Notes, Co. Fermanagh, Ireland 1836-68
John Dorman, An Old Soldier of Strabane, born 1709
Adams Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1822-1869
Alcorn Family Notes, Omagh, Co. Tyrone 1852-1867
Alexander Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1829-68
Allen Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1836-68
Anderson Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1824-69
Armstrong Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1823-69
Auchinleck Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1827-59
Bailey / Bayley Birth, Baptism & Marriage Records, Aughnacloy
Bailey / Baillie Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1812-69
Baird Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1815-69
Ballantine Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1823-69
Barclay Family Notes, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1774-1868
Barnhill & Barnwell Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1823-68
Bartley Family Cluster, Armagh, Co. Tyrone
Bell Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1829-69
Blair Family Notes, Strabane 1829-69
Blair Family Notes Cos. Tyrone & Donegal 1829-69
Boak Genealogical Notes - Urney & Ardstraw Parishes 1777-1866
Boyd Family Notes, Strabane, Co. Tyrone 1831-91
Buchanan Family Notes, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1785-1893
President James Buchanan's Genealogy
Caldwell Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1823-69
Cameron Genealogical Notes, North Tyrone & East Donegal
Campbell Baptisms, Marriages, Burials - Co. Tyrone
Campbell Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1822-69
Carson Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1832-68
Clark / Clarke Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1832-69
Cochran & Cochrane Family Notes, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1815-66
Colhoun Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1822-69
Surnames - Connelly, Conly, Connolly, Conolly
Cooke Family Notes, Strabane 1815-69
Surname Craig, Ballyfolliard, Co. Tyrone - Some Birth Marriage & Will Info
Craig Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1833-69
Crawford Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1823-69
Cross Birth & Marriage Records, Dungannon Area
Cross Surname - 1901 Census
Jonathan & Mary Ann (nee Black) Culbert Family, Lower Clonaneese, Co. Tyrone to Ontario, Canada
Cummins & Cummings Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1822-68
Cunningham Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1828-69
Cunningham Families of Ardstraw & Urney Parishes 1777-1870
Cuthbertson Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1815-1871
Marshall, Henderson, Davidson and more - Misc Birth, Marriage, Death, Burial Records
Davidson & Oliver Records for Aghaloo Parish & Surrounding Area, Co. Tyrone
Davis Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1839-1868
Dick Family Notes, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1838-68
Dickson Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1836-70
Drelincourt Family Birth, Marriage & Death Records
Donnell Families of Strabane 1745-1870
Donaghy / Donaghey Surname - Leckpatrick, Camus & Donagheady Parishes
Duncan Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1834-69
  Note - While there is evidence for the existence of all the individuals mentioned in this document some of the relationships are speculative rather than definite. In the case of speculative relationship the supporting evidence is usually made clear in the text. Acknowledgement - Very many of the Dunn family details is this document were contributed by my cousin James Dunn of Glenagoorland whose knowledge of his family history is both very extensive and also amazingly comprehensive.   Webmaster Note - we wish to acknowledge the Lord's detailed research effort on behalf of all Dunn researchers. Localities are identified by townland. The vast majority of these are in Co. Tyrone but a few such as Creevedonnell and Curryfree are in the nearby parts of Co. Londonderry. All the localities lie within aprox. six miles of Glenagoorland. The main Parish concerned is Donagheady Church of Ireland. Some of the individuals became Presbyterian or married Presbyterians. Some also changed their Parish and attended Glendermott [Clondermott] or Cumber Churches – [Church of Ireland].   Donagheady Old Church and Graveyard   The Plantation of Ulster involved the Counties of Cavan, Londonderry, Armagh, Tyrone, and Donegal. Counties Antrim and Down were not part of the official Plantation because by 1610 they already contained a fairly large number of Scottish, and to a lesser extent, English settlers. Estimated numbers of the people involved are surprisingly small. Percival-Maxwell in his book “Scottish migration to Ulster in the reign of James 1” gives the following figures. In the nine counties of Ulster immediately prior to the Plantation he suggests that there were only between 25,000 and 40,000 native Irish living in the Province. The figures for Scottish adult settlers in the west of Ulster is -------- Tyrone [1613] 770 adults [1619] 1725 adults Donegal [1613] 520 adults [1619] 900 adults [1622] 1120 adults [1625] 1480 adults [1625] 1480 adults       Plantation land grants in N. Tyrone and Donegal In N. Tyrone Sir Claud Hamilton of Shawfield, a brother of James Hamilton the First Earl of Abercorn was granted the manor of Dunnalong in 1610. This included Dunnalong Fort on the banks of the river Foyle. Dunnalong also included an extensive sweep of land along the Tyrone Londonderry border with townlands such as Cavancreegh, Cullion, and Dullerton [all places where Dunns lived subsequently]. Also in 1610 the Bishop of Derry was granted the townlands of Fawny, Benone, Ardcame, and Leitrim in the parish of Donagheady [the parish also had three townlands of glebe land {land owned by the Church}– Glenagoorland, Tyboe, and Creaghan].   In east Donegal James Cunningham of Howmilne, Ayrshire was granted 1,000 acres in Portlough precinct in 1610. Most of the men to whom he leased land were described as Lowland Scots on the basis of their names. John Cunningham of Cawfield [a nephew of James] was also granted 1,000 acres in Portlough   George Murray of Broughton, southern Wigtonshire, [later Earl of Annandale] was granted a very large tract of land in west Donegal called Boylagh and Banagh. Development of the Plantation The Ulster Plantation went through a number of stages. The undertakers [those who received land on condition that they undertook specific development tasks] were given their land grants in 1610. Over the next few years many undertakers brought tenants onto their land and built the required fortified houses or small castles. Many built homes for themselves on their new land and brought their servants and families to live there. However this did not occur everywhere. Some undertakers did not secure tenants or build the necessary fortifications. In some cases the land was so poor that tenants moved away soon after arriving. In other cases there were boundary disputes, which held up development. The settlement at Dunnalong got off to a very bad start with the death of Sir Claud Hamilton in Oct. 1614. His son James was a minor and so his uncle Sir George Hamilton managed the Estate. Little effort was put into settling this area. Pynner reports in 1618 that there were only three or four houses for British settlers on the estate. There was no castle or bawn and there were only twenty four British families in the entire area. He reported that this represented 106 men who could bear arms. The 1622 Plantation survey reported a good castle [as yet unfinished] with a large bawn. [The ruins of this castle can be seen at Mountcastle]. This survey recorded five freeholder and twenty-four leaseholder families. The vast majority of these had built themselves stone houses and there was a water –driven corn mill and a quay on the Foyle. The free-holders included the Rev. Patrick Hamilton who left his house in Cavancreegh and land in four townlands to his son John in his will of 1635. As with most Plantation areas Donagheady showed development up to aprox. 1620 but then stagnated for a number of years. In 1630 the Muster Rolls show only 44 men who could bear arms in Dunnalong. The Bishopric of Derry was given four townlands in Donagheady [Benone, Ardcame, Fawny. and Leitrim]. These were Glebe lands whose income supported the Church. The old Donagheady church [at Church Hill] was in a poor state of repair and in 1622 a Bishop’s inspection found that it had walls but no roof. The church had a rector [Robert Sempill] so there must have been enough Anglicans locally to support him. Information about the Glebe lands is sparse but no British settlers are recorded as tenants so they were probably let to Irish families [traditionally members of the Devine family]. The 1641 Rebellion brought devastation to Donagheady and Dunnalong. The Dunnalong castle, Donemana castle, and Strabane castles were all taken by the rebels led in some cases by members of the Devine family. Donagheady church was attacked and defaced. The rector was wounded and subsequently developed a fever from which he died. The Bishop of Derry went into exile for over ten years and let his land [a total of only 160 acres of arable land] to Sir George Hamilton who in turn, sublet to Patrick groome Devin[e]. The 1654 survey uses Irish names for townlands and the glebe lands are therefore hard to identify but do not appear to be mentioned and so were probably not occupied. With the Restoration of King Charles I the area began to return to some form of normality. New settlers appeared including the Dunn families. The poll tax returns [1660] show 134 British adults in Dunnalong. This survey also shows that over half the inhabitants of Donaghheady were Irish. The Hearth Rolls [1665] show 52 British families in Dunnalong. The 1669 Rolls show an increase to 83 British families. The Hearth Rolls of Donagheady[1665] also show some interesting features: - Gortavea --- leased by Walter Douglas Cullion ----------------- Donald McMorris, Owen O’Hegarty Cavancreagh ---------- James Dyne , Robert McCrea Leitrim ----------------- John Dunn , Robert Dunn Bunone ----------------- Fergal O’Devine, Robert Gibson, Gilbert Nilson Ardcame --------------- James Mont , Thomas Gilgore , John Gilgore Castlemellan ---------- Arthur Hamilton Aughtermoy ---------- Claud Hamilton, Robert McFarland Drain ------------------- Richard Ellis Creaghin Glebe ------- Laughlin Mullaghlin, Walter McFarland   Glenagoorland is not mentioned. It is notable that most townlands had only one or two families leasing the ground; a reflection of the small amount of arable land. Two of the families [Hamilton and McFarland] appear in the marriages of the next generation of Dunns. It is also worth mentioning that half of Cullion was leased to an Irish tenant. In Donegal James Cunningham took possession of his thousand acres at Moiagh, Portlough in Sept. 1610. This estate lies just to the west of the town of Raphoe. James started to move tenants onto the land [including John, John [jun.], and Alexander Dunne in 1613]. He built himself a house and moved, with his wife and family, onto the estate. He fairly soon became involved in a boundary dispute with Sir Ralph Bingley. This was eventually settled by the King in favour of James Cunningham. However the lengthy dispute held up development of the estate for a number of years. Pynner [1618] reported forty-two British men on the estate. The 1622 report indicates that a house and bawn had been built but the number of British men had been reduced to thirty-three. The Muster Rolls of 1630 show Andrew and John Dyne still on the estate, In the far west of Donegal George Murray [later Earl of Annandale] was given a large tract of land at Boyagh and Bannagh [around Glenties, just west of the Blue Stack mountains]. Initially Georges’s brother moved onto the estate. Later George built himself a house and moved onto his land. Soon afterwards he died at Lifford in Aug. 1613. A lengthy and bitter dispute arose between his widow and Sir Richard Gordon of Lockinvar. Sir Richard claimed the Irish estates on the grounds that George Murray had not fulfilled the conditions of his grant. However in 1619 George Murray is recorded as owning Boylagh and Bannagh. In 1630 the Muster Rolls list the estate as ten thousand acres belonging to Sir George Murray. These Muster Rolls show two Andrew Dunns who are recorded far apart on the documents suggesting that they may have lived some distance apart. The 1641 Rebellion appears to have hit west Donegal hard [like N. Tyrone]. The east of Donegal was protected by the Laggan army [commanded by brothers Sir William and Sir Robert Stewart]. This militia army was very successful in protecting settlers in Londonderry town and throughout the Laggan valley [E. Donegal]. A Muster Roll of Sir Robert’s Stewarts army at Raphoe in Aug. 1642 records John Dunn as a corporal. The general disorder produced a large shift of population throughout all the Plantation areas. The Hearth Rolls of 1665-66 show only one Dunn family still in Donegal [at Leck parish in Raphoe]   Summary – Three or four Dunn families arrived in Co. Donegal by 1630, possibly from Northumberland. Following the 1641 uprising only one family appears to have remained [in Leck, Raphoe].   Origin of the Dunns The name Dunn occurs in England, Scotland, and Ireland. The settlers were predominately Scottish. However Dunn does not appear to have been a common name in Scotland at this time. It was probably more common in Northumberland than in the corresponding Border areas in Scotland. The Dunn families all attended Donagheady Church of Ireland. Initially there were no Presbyterian Churches in the locality at the time so they may not have had a choice. During the years 1650 to 1660 [the Commonwealth of Oliver Cromwell] a Scot called John Hamilton served as Minister to the Donagheady parish. {Note – In the early years of the Plantation there was considerable toleration of Presbyterians in the Anglican Church so John Hamilton was more Presbyterian than Anglican}. At the Restoration John would not accept the Established Church {Anglican} and so for ten years he served Presbyterians in Donagheady with open-air meetings, [which were illegal]. In 1672, when the restrictions on Presbyterians had been relaxed, he helped build the first Presbyterian Church in Donagheady. The Dunns therefore had an opportunity to choose between the Anglican and Presbyterian faiths. However the Glenegoorland Dunns and several related Dunn families were leasing Church land . This would have made it less likely to declare as Presbyterians. Another very relevant feature is that prior to this period the English /Scottish borders were being cleared of troublesome people [Reivers]. For over two hundred years a state of lawlessness prevailed on both sides of the Scottish/English border. With the accession of James 1st of England and also 6th of Scotland in 1601 this state of affairs was finally tackled -by expulsions of the main families to Ireland or the Continent of Europe or in more difficult cases by hanging the offending men. One of the Reiver families was the Dunnes of Redesdale in Northumberland. [There is a tiny hamlet just north of Otterburn called Dunn Houses and Dunn Cottages.] When the Reiver families came to Ulster they tended to settle in the West, as far away from the forces of law and order as possible. However there are other possibilities. For example Dunns is a small but very beautiful market town in the eastern part of the Scottish borders. The simple answer is that it is not possible at this time to say where the earliest Dunns settlers in Donegal came from although there is a slight preference for Northumberland. Later settlers are more likely to have come from Scotland.       Summary- The Dunn families in Co. Donegal may have originated in Northumberland.   Dunns in Ulster The numbers of settlers in Tyrone and Donegal was remarkably small especially in the early days. The land was considered hostile and remote [in an era when travel was difficult]. For this reason much of the settlement was by young men who, for safety, travelled with relatives or perhaps close friends. For these reasons the appearance of more than one person of the same surname in a locality suggests that they were related. This is particularly true for a relatively uncommon name such as Dunn.   The earliest record of Dunns arriving in Ulster is the lease of a piece of land by a James Cunningham from Ayrshire who had been granted 1000 acres in east Donegal at Moyegh in the parish of Raphoe. On the 1st of May 1613 some of this land was leased to Alexander Dunne, John Dunne, John Dunne [jun], Donnel Mckym, John Young, William Hendry, Alexander Grynny, and William Stewart. The 1630 Muster Roll [a list of all men between 16 and 60 with a note of their arms] shows John and Andrew Dyne on the same land [misspelling was very common]. A William Doone is also shown on nearby land leased by John Cunningham [a relation of James]. In west Donegal in Boylagh and Bannagh there were two Andrew Dunnes leasing land from the Earl of Annandale. The surviving Muster Rolls do not show any other Dunns in any of the other planted counties or Cos. Antrim or Down. A second Muster Roll in Co. Donegal in 1631 shows that in west Donegal only one Andrew Dunne was recorded. These early records strongly suggest that there were two Dunn families living quite close together in east Donegal and one or two further families in west Donegal. The next surviving records are Donagheady Church of Ireland parish records. This parish is on the North Tyrone/Londonderry county border. These records show Robert Dunn as churchwarden in 1661. The Hearth Rolls [a form of tax based on each house which had a hearth] of 1665 show a dramatic change in the distribution of Dunn families. At this point there was only one Dunn remaining in Donegal - Andrew Dunne living in Leck, parish of Raphoe. There were two Dunns [John and Robert] living in Leitrim, a townland in north Tyrone. In 1666 James Dyne and Robert McCrie leased an area of land [the townland of Cavancreagh] reasonably close to the land occupied by John and Robert [A townland is an Ulster name for an area of land usually big enough to contain several small farms.] The Hearth Rolls show Dunns appearing in new areas. George Dunn is shown living in Co. Down. In Co. Antrim eleven Dunns are shown. Of these two have Irish Christian names and lived near Carrickfergus. Of the others three lived in or close to Glenarm and were probably related. Two lived close to Belfast [Knockbreda and Ballyrobin], and one each in Kells, Randallstown, Dundennett, and the last near Toome. There was a James Dunn living at Farlow in the Parish of Tamlagh Finlagan [near Ballykelly]. No other Dunns are shown elsewhere in Ulster apart from the city of Londonderry.   The city of Londonderry was built, fortified. and settled by the various guilds of the city of London. While some of the settlers were Scottish most were English. There was at least one family of Dunns in the city but it is more than likely that they came from a completely different part of England or Scotland to the Donegal planters. A roll of householders in 1628 shows Michael Dunn owning a house and garden. In 1665 Alexander Din acted as godfather to twins James and Mary, children of David Orr. Alexander was buried in St. Columbs Cathedral graveyard on the 13th Feb 1673. The cathedral records also show Charles Dunn married to Mary with children Elizabeth [born 9th Oct 1681], Katherine [born 3rd Sept 1684], Mary [born 8th June1688],Francis [born4th March 1695]. Also in this parish John Millar married Jannett [Janet] Dunn. T In 1697 William Dunn and Thomas Dunn [gents.] are recorded on the Co. Londonderry voters list. [Later records suggest that William probably lived in Legachory and therefore Thomas probably came from Tamlagh Finlagan]. Subsequent records show Dunn families in Londonderry City and the Parishes of Clondermott, Faughanvale, and Bannagher.   Summary – from 1660 to 1665 three Dunn families appeared in N. Tyrone, two closely related [apparently brothers] and the third possibly a relative. It appears possible that they came from Co. Donegal although some new settlers were coming from Scotland. Dunn families also appeared in Co. Antrim one in Co. Down and one in Co. Londonderry. Given the dispersal from Co. Donegal, at least some of these may also have come from Co. Donegal. Dunn families [unrelated] had also been living in the City of Londonderry for at least one generation   Family movement Families tended to be large and the vast majority of males appear to have married. Ulster was also hostile territory not unlike the American frontier to which so many families eventually emigrated. Families tended to stay close together for mutual support. The Dunns lived in Donegal for at least one generation and so their numbers should have increased. By the 1660’s all but one family had left. Two or three Dunn families appeared in north Tyrone. These could be new settlers [who were predominantly Scottish] or families from Donegal. From 1660 onwards there was a second wave of settlers, mainly from Scotland. Many of these settled in Co.s, Antrim and Down. By the mid to late 1700’s the lists of voters [males whose property had a 40 shilling valuation] showed Dunns as follows—Co. Antrim 7, Co. Down 108, Co. Londonderry 3, Londonderry city 3, Co. Fermanagh 5, Co. Armagh 2, Co. Donegal 1, Co. Tyrone 3. There were clearly many others who did not have the property qualification.   Glenagoorland and surrounding areas   Arrival of Dunn families in N. Tyrone The earliest record of Dunn families in N. Tyrone occurs in the parish of Donagheady. Robert Dun and his wife, Yeoman. [The Poll Book of the Parish of Donaghkiddy, circa 1661] FAWNY Robert Dun, John Dun. [Hearth Money Rolls, undated circa 1665] LEITRIM Robert Dunn, John Dunn [Hearth Money Rolls 1669]   Robert Simson and Robert Dunne ---- Church Wardens Andrew Dunn of Clanegorly ---------- Church Warden   1667 Robert Dunn [tenant of Capt. James Galbrith] CAVANCREAGH 1665 James Dyne [Hearth Money Rolls]   James Dunn James Dunn Robert Dunn Andrew Dunn John Dunn married married married married married Joan Lowry Eliz. McFarland Mary Muirhead Eliz. McFarland Marg. McFarland CULLION BUNOWN ARDCAME GLENAGOORLAND   John Dunn married to Margaret McFarland -children   Robert James Isobel Andrew Agnes Joan John Elizabeth married Margaret   Andrew Dunn James Dunn   The Donagheady Parish records cover the following years: -- Baptisms 1697-1723, 1753-1765, 1818-1819. Marriages 1697-1726, 1754,-1764, 1826-1844. Burials 1698-1726, 1754-1756, 1829-1919. There are therefore a number of critical gaps. The records show the following –   BAPTISMS 25 Jan. 1700 James of James Dunn and Joan [or Jean] Lowrie [Cullion]. 25 Mar.1701 Sarah 8 Apr. 1702 Robert 21 Aug.1704 James married Hannah and had three children Stephen [baptised 13 Dec.1754], Hannah [bap.5 Mar. 1759], William [bap.18 Sept.1763]. 9 Mar. 1707 Janet 3 Jan. 1708 Stephen married Janot and had three children [Stephen [bap. 30 Sep. 1753], James [bap. 25 Oct. 1755], Hannah [bap. 22 Apr. 1762]. 10 Mar. 1713 Elizabeth 16 Feb. 1717 William   9 Feb. 1702 Robert of John Dunn and Margaret McFarland [Tyboe and Glenagoorland]. 19 Oct. 1704 James [died Glenagoorland 27 Mar. 1757. Son Robert died Glenagoorland Feb 1763] 19 Mar.1707 Isobel 2 Jan. 1710 Andrew 20 Mar.1713 Agnes 2 Feb. 1716 Joan 12 Dec. 1718 John married Margaret had two sons James [born 1755] Andrew [born 1757]. 25 Dec. 1722 Elizabeth married John Arthur [Ardstraw] 27 Jun 1764.   2 Aug. 1704 Andrew of Robert Dunn and Mary Muirhead [Ardcame]. 12 Oct. 1706 William 19 Feb. 1709 James   8 Jul. 1701 Janot of James Dunn and Elizabeth McFarland [Benone]. 1 Dec. 1705 Sarah 12 Jun. 1719 Agnes   23 Feb. 1716 John of Andrew Dunn and Elizabeth McFarland [Glenagoorland]. 18 Dec. 1717 Jannott 28 Jan. 1719 William   15 Jun. 1703 Arthur of Joan Dunn and James Hamilton [Ardcame]. 31 Aug.1704 Robert   MARRIAGES   30 Jun. 1698 John Dunn to Margaret McFarland 27 Aug. 1699 Janot Dunn [appears to have lived in Leitrim] to Patrick McFarland Had two children Robert [born 8 Aug. 1701] and Margaret [born 17 Feb. 1704]. 8 Nov. 1699 Thomas Dunn married Elizabeth McFarland. 31 Jan. 1700 Isobel Dunn [Donagheady] to James Robinson [Clondermott]. 27 Apr. 1702 Isobel Dunn [Donagheady] to William Hamilton [Ardstraw]. 15 Apr. 1703 Margaret Dun [Donagheady] to John Scott [Cumber]. 14 Oct. 1712 Robert Dunn to Isabella Dunn [Donagheady]. 11 ---- 1717 Robert Dunn [Donagheady] to Elizabeth Blair [Donaghmore]. 14 Jan. 1718 Jonnett Dun to James ---------. 10 Apr. 1722 Jonnett Dunn [Donagheady] to William Blair [Donaghmore]. 13 Apr. 1725 Jonet Dunn [Donagheady] to George Wark [Donagheady]. 23 Jan. 1761 Andrew Dunn of Cullion to Jane Hamilton of Gortreagh. 21 Jun. 1761 James Dunn of Stoneyfields to Ann Gallagher of Lisdivin. 13 Dec. 1761 Oliver Dunn of Glenlough [Cumber Parish] to Martha Davison of Gortaveagh.   BURIALS 1696 James Dunn [aged 22 yrs.] gravestone in old Donagheady Ch. 7 Mar. 1712 Mary Muirhead wife of Robert Dunn Ardcame 27 Aug 1715 John son of Andrew Dunn Glenagoorland. 30 [?] Feb. 1713 Agnes, wife of Robert Dunn [jun.] Glenagoorland. 30 Sep. 1754 Robert son of James Dunn Glenagoorland.   DONAGHEADY CHURCH VESTRY BOOK This book records the Vestry Meetings for the Church from 1697 to 1720 and contains the signatures of Vestry members attending. Comparison of the Christian names of Dunns attending these meetings shows that on several occasions there are more Dunns recorded than can be accounted for by the records of Births, Marriages, and Deaths. 26 Apr. 1698 James Dun, Andrew Dun, Andrew Dun [one too many Andrews]. 18 Apr. 1704 Andrew Dun, Andrew Dun, Andrew Dun, John Dunn, Robert Dunn, Robert Dunn. [too many Andrews]. 6 Apr. 1708 Robert Dun, Andrew Dun, James Dun, Robert Dunn, Robert Dunn, Andrew Dun, John Dunn. [one Robert and one Andrew too many]. This pattern persists with clearly one too many Andrew Dunn and probably one extra Robert as well.   LEET COURT OF GOLDSMITHS COMPANY 1717 CREEVEDONNELL Robert Dunn LIST OF PROTESTANT HOUSEHOLDERS 1740 LEGACHORY [Cumber Parish] William Dunn GLENLOUGH [Cumber Parish] Robert Dunn CREEVEDONNELL [Cumber Parish] Robert Dunn   Summary – by the early 1700’s Dunn families appeared in a number of townlands around Glenagoorland and Leitrim. The prevalence of certain Christian names indicates that there must have been at least three families [two in Leitrim one in Cavancreagh]. In nearby Cumber Parish, Co. Londonderry three Dunn families were present in 1740 --- two of these may be directly related to the N. Tyrone Dunns.   PROBABLE FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS In the early 1660’s there were three Dunn families in N. Tyrone. There does not appear to be any trace of other Dunn families in the N. Tyrone locality. Two of the families shared the same land and they were probably brothers. James Dyne in Cavancreagh was aprox. four miles from Robert and John in Leitrim so he was possibly a relation [although on balance this appears unlikely]. Robert and John leased Church land. Robert first appears in Leitrim in 1661 when he was recorded as a Churchwarden. Most Churchwardens at that time appear to have been young men so Robert, who was noted to have a wife, was probably starting his family during the 1660’s. John appears to have been his younger brother so would have had his family slightly later. Robert had a son Robert [junior]. The Andrew Dunn recorded as a churchwarden in Donagheady in 1686 was also Roberts’s son [see Vestry notes]. Andrew is reported as living in Glenagoorland and was the first reported Dunn to farm there. Robert [junior] married Agnes Hamilton whose death in Glenagoorland is recorded in1713. Andrew and Robert [junior] are recorded as the first two Dunns farming Glenagoorland. There were several male Dunns who got married around 1700. These are likely to be John’s sons. It is notable that three of these men, when they got married, leased Church land [John -Tyboe, James -Benone, Robert -Ardcame]. Indeed at this point almost all Church land in Donagheady was leased to Dunns. Some of Robert [senior] or John’s families were still in Leitrim in 1699 because Janet Dunn of Leitrim married Patrick McFarland in that year. The Church records show the death of Agnes Hamilton the wife of Robert Dunn [sen] on 3rd Feb 1713. Mary Muirhead the wife of Robert Dunn of Ardcame died on 7th Mar 1712. On 27th Aug 1715 John the son of Andrew Dunn died. All these families lived very close together, within two or three miles of each other. It is interesting that this was the pattern adopted by the Border families in Northumberland and also used by later immigrants to the frontier lands in America. James Dunn [married Jean [?Joan] Lowry 1699] lived in Cullion and does not fit the above pattern. Cullion is about five miles from Glenagoorland and James would have been a bit further away than the other Dunns. James also did not lease Church land [Cullion forms part of the Abercorn estate]. There is no earlier record of Dunn families in Cullion in surviving records. This suggests that James came to Cullion when he married a a girl from this locality [Jean Lowry]. An earlier Dyne [Dunn] family lived in nearby Cavancreagh. James may therefore have been the son of James Dyne of Cavancreagh. Robert Dunn of Creevedonnell appears on a list of tenants of the Goldsmith Company who were summoned to a Leet Court in New Buildings on 19 April 1716. Creevedonnell is also close to Cullion and Cavancreagh This Robert appears to be another son of James Dunn of Cavancreagh and hence the brother of James of Cullion [the Cullion and Crevvedonnell families show the names James and Robert extending over a number of generations].   Glenagoorland in the late 1700’s and the early 1800’s. In the 1750’s there were two Dunn families living in Glenagoorland. John [born 12 Dec, 1718] married to Margaret Andrew married to Elizabeth McFarland John had at least two children: -- James [born 17 March 1755]. Andrew [born 3 Sep. 1758, bap. 5 Oct. 1758, died 4 July 1846] – by strong family tradition [and in the unfortunate absence of Church records] believed to the father of Andrew [the black] born 1788. Andrew had three children: -- William [bap. 28 Jan 1719] who appears to have married and stayed in Glenagoorland. A male child is recorded as dying in 1756 of William Dunn of Glenagoorland. Jannet [bap.18 Dec, 1717]. John [bap. 23 Feb. 1716, died 27 Aug. 1716]. In addition to the above Charles Dunn [born 1730, died Glenagoorland 1811] must have lived on the farm and raised a family. His gravestone and that of his wife Catherine [died 1 May 1775 aged 42] is in Donagheady old graveyard. While it must have been erected after his death the details on the stone indicate detailed knowledge of the family, so the person responsible was almost certainly a son. It is therefore possible that Charles was the father of Noble Dunn [who also had a son called Charles –a name, which only occurs as the main Christian name on these two occasions in these Dunn families]. If this is the case Charles must have have married twice as his first wife Catherine died in 1775 and Noble was born in 1788. Charles had a brother called John [born 1737, died 16 Aug.1788]. Charles’s father is a matter for conjecture but on balance he was probably James [born 19 Oct. 1704-the son of John and Margaret McFarland]. James certainly remained in Glenagoorland and apart from Robert, his brother, is the only man who was the right age to father Charles in 1730. There was also a Margaret Dunn living in Glenagoorland [born 1764, died 12 Feb. 1847]. She was probably John’s wife.   Towards the close of the 1700’s the inhabitants of Glenagoorland were: --- Andrew [the black] born1788, died 14 Sept. 1869.the son of Andrew [born 1758]. Jane [born 1792, died 22 Mar. 1854] probably Andrew’s wife. Noble [born 1788, died 26 Feb. 1854] son of Charles. Jane [born 1790, died 2 Apr. 1851] wife of Noble. Annie [born 1799, died 9 Oct, 1869].   Summary – Glenagoorland was farmed by two Dunn families throughout the 1700’s. Mossfield Dunns Mossfield is a farm aprox. half a mile from Glenagoorland. In the past there was a flax mill associated with the farm. The first recorded Dunn family in Mossfield included John [born circa 1788, died 18 Mar. 1865] who later took a lease on a farm at Ballyskeagh [near Leckpatrick]. His brother Andrew [the miller] married Nancy Hall and raised a family in Mossfield. Although there were several Dunn families in Glenagoorland there was a very strong family tradition that the Mossfield Dunns were not related to the Glenagoorland families. Indeed this was emphasised by my uncle John Dunn of Ballyskeagh and by my mother. The Griffith valuation of 1858 shows: --- Glenagoorland annual valuation Andrew Dunne [the black] --- house, offices.----£1-15-0 ----land --- £13-15-0 1 labourers house and forge --------------------£0-15-0 Thomas Dunne ----------------- house, offices ----£1-15-0 ----land ---£12-15-0 2 labourers houses -------------------------------£0-10-0 William Dunne ----------------- house, offices ----£1-05-0 ----land ---£11-05-0 James Dunne -------------------- house, offices ----£2-00-0 ----land ---£19-00-0 Mossfield annual valuation Andrew Dunne [the miller] ---- house, offices ----£3-10-0 ----land ---£28-05-0 Flax mill ------------------------------------------£3-00-0 4 labourers houses -------------------------------£1-00-0 It appears that the Mossfield Dunns were somewhat better off than their neighbours. This impression is reinforced by Andrew [the miller] buying his farm and mill in 1864. This was before the disestablishment of the Church of Ireland in 1870 when the church was forced to sell its entire glebe and other lands [and the Glenagoorland Dunns bought their farms]. The major problem is the origin of the Mossfield Dunns. The church records are sadly lacking at this critical point. The last Dunn to live at Mossfield was Alexander [born 1 Mar. 1890, died 1972] who was clear that the family came from Cullion. Alexander’s grandfather was Andrew [the miller] who was one of the two brothers who first appeared in Mossfield so this family history was relatively recent and should be accurate. John [born circa 1788] and his brother Andrew [born 1793] were certainly in Mossfield. However there is no record of other members of the family including their father or mother dying there. In view of the then prevailing custom that the successful sons looked after the parents, this absence is interesting. There is also no definite indication of the date upon which the family arrived in Mossfield. Examination of the surviving records of Dunn families in Cullion at this time yields important facts. Cullion Cullion is an area of good farmland and, for many years, formed part of the Abercorn estate. A Dunn family was living in Cullion from at least 1700 [but not in 1660]. This family appears in the Donagheady C of I Parish records from 1700 for a period of some 70 years. The Abercorn estate records shows them still in Cullion till the late 1800’s and a Dunn appears in Cullion in the 1901 census – Fanny Dunn widow of William Dunn.   Donagheady Church records [for Cullion]   James Dunn and Jean [Joan] Lowry had eight children, the eldest of whom [James] died as an infant. They were: - (1) James baptised 25Jan 1699/1700. [ died in infancy ].   Sarah baptised 25 Mar. 1701 Robert baptised 8 Apr. 1702. James baptised 21 Aug 1704. Jane baptised 9 Mar 1706/7. Stephen baptised 3 Jan 1708 Elizabeth baptised 10 Mar 1712/13. William baptised 17 Feb 1716/17. The Donagheady Vestry Book shows James attending meetings from 1699 every year until 31 Mar 1719. James was overseer for roads in his area from1704 until 1719. It is worth noting that the Glenagoorland Dunns who were also on the committee signed their own names but James of Cullion did not.   The gaps in Church records are now a problem. [Baptisms are missing from 1723 to 1753 and marriages from1726 to 1754]. There are however a number of other sources. In the 1736 Abercorn Estate records there is a letter of complaint from Robert and James Dunn of Cullion to the Duke concerning a visitation by the rector of Donagheady Dr Hamilton to their farm. It appears that this one of a number of disputes over the collection of tithes [usually between the Church of Ireland and Presbyterians –who were forced to pay for the upkeep of the C of I as well as their own Church]. On 21 Aug 1736 the rector and sixty of his supporters rode over the Dunn’s crops deliberately destroying them. This James Dunn appears to have been the James born in 1704 and Robert his brother. There is another interesting glimpse into the past due to an Abercorn record of 1745. This was the year that Bonnie Prince Charlie tried to restore the Stuart Monarchy in Britain. This obviously caused great alarm throughout England, Scotland, and Ulster. The Duke of Abercorn ordered a Muster Roll of all his male tenants who could bear arms. The record for Cullion lists James Dunn and his sons having four muskets and Robert Dunn having one. This is strongly suggestive that these were the only two Dunn households in Cullion at this time. There is also a record of the Will of a Robert Dunn of Cullion which was proved in 1747 [The actual Will itself has been lost]. In summary therefore the original James Dunn and Jean Lowry had four sons. They held the farm on a joint lease [a system called rundale in Ulster]. The Abercorn records show that the farm comprised a maximum of 112 acres. The letter to the Duke of Abercorn is interesting for a number of reasons. The dispute over tithes was often a Presbyterian affair and yet the Dunns attended the Church of Ireland. The fact that the letter was from Robert and James shows that there were two separate households even earlier than 1745. The Muster Roll shows that James [born 1704] had his sons at home with him [at this time men usually only left home when they married.] The original James [husband of Jean Lowry] was a Vestry member, overseer of roads, and churchwarden up till 1719. The gap in the Vestry records extends from 1720 but so that it is not possible to determine when James died. The Donagheady Church records now resume the tale. James and Hannah Dunn of Cullion were shown as having three children baptised – Stephen baptised 13 Dec 1754. Hannah baptised 5 Mar 1759. William baptised 18 Sep 1763. There was also an unnamed daughter of James and Hannah who was buried on 14 Jan 1756/57. Stephen and Janet Dunn are shown as having three children baptised- Stephen baptised 30 Sep 1753. James baptised 25 Oct 1755. Hannah baptised 22 Apr 1762. Andrew Dunn and Catherine Dunn had a son baptised- Robert baptised 17 Jan 1762. There is another entry for a son William baptised on 5 Jun 1763 to Andrew Dunn and Margaret Dunn – this could well be Andrew and Catherine again.   There was another Andrew Dunn of Cullion at this time – 23 Jan 1761 Andrew Dunn of Cullion married Jane Hamilton of Gortreagh [probably Gortavea]. This Hamilton Family appears to have been fairly well to do and descended from a man known as William Hamilton of Leat. This connection would explain the later appearance of Hamilton Dunn in Cullion. Hamilton must have been named in honour of his mother’s family. The appearance of two Andrews shows that they must have been the sons of the second generation of Dunns –probably, but by no means certain, of James and Robert. The large gaps in the Church records means that there must have been more more siblings whose names have been lost. The above records suggest that James, Stephen, and Andrew were some or all of the sons of James mentioned in the 1745 Muster Roll. The second Andrew was probably Robert's son -this may be the Andrew who married Catherine because they called their [?eldest] son Robert   The Abercorn records contain a map of 1777 recording James, Andrew and William Dunn as tenants in Cullion. James could have been the husband of Hannah but is perhaps more likely to have been their son James born in 1755. Andrew was probably the husband of Jane Hamilton. William is a problem. This cannot be the child born to James and Hanna in 1763 because he would have been too young. This William must have been a mature man in 1777. This suggests that he was born circa 1750 or earlier. This is a period without Church records and clearly there were more children born to the Dunns prior to1753. However there is no obvious father for William and so his origin may not be traced.   In 1787 the Abercorn estate gave new leases to its tenants [D/623/C/4/3] and phased out rundale. The Dunn farm was split into three and let to – [1] William Dunn. A note in the margin of the record says previously James and this could perhaps indicate his father. [2]Jane Dunn. The only known Jane in Cullion at the time was Jane nee Hamilton who would have been the widow of Andrew Dunn. [3]Hamilton Dunn. It could be assumed that this is Jane Hamilton and Andrew’s son.   It is notable that none of the children of Stephen appear on the leases. They must have left Cullion at some point. Jane lived until 1794 when the rent books show her name replaced by that of yet another Andrew. [Amost certainly another son of Jane [Hamilton] and Andrew.] By 1800 the Dunn farms in Cullion were leased by William [perhaps the same man as earlier or a son], Andrew Dunn and Hamilton. These must have been successful farmers because Hamilton Dunn and a William Dunn are both listed in the flax subsidy register of 1796 [Hamilton received a subsidy of three spinning wheels and William four – these were a Government subsidy for flax growing. The maximum subsidy was five wheels.] In 1809 the Abercorn papers show Hamilton’s name stroked out and replaced by those of James Brown and James Gilmore. This would suggest that Hamilton had died and did not have any sons or perhaps any suitable of taking over the lease. The following year [1810] Andrew’s name is replaced by that of Thomas Dunn. Thomas Dunn was definitely born in Creevedonnell and was therefore a member of a different Dunn family. However as previously indicated, it is possible that the Creevedonnell Dunns and the Cullion Dunns were related three generations earlier. When Thomas died his son [also an Andrew] erected a gravestone in the old Donagheady Churchyard which describes Thomas as a farmer from Cullion. In 1829 a number of freeholdings were registered including two in Cullion – to Thomas Dunn, and to Andrew Dunn. This Andrew must have been the son of William. (When Thomas died in Dec.1850 he left only one surviving son Andrew [the other son William had died when he was twenty]. Andrew did not farm but went first to Scotland and then to England. He was very successful in the Iron trade and clearly became quite rich. He stood unsuccessfully for Parliament and died in London.)   From 1830 to, at latest, 1850 there were two Dunn farms at Cullion [Thomas and Andrew]. The Griffith valuation [circa 1860 shows only one Dunn farm – leased by Jane Dunn. Jane is therefore likely to have been the widow of Andrew. To complicate understanding of the situation a William Dunn of Cullion married Fanny Lowry [near neighbours] on 15 Mar 1850. The marriage was in second Donagheady Presbyterian Church and the records show William’s father as Alexander Dunn, farmer. Perhaps the most likely relationship is that Alexander was Andrew’s brother. In 1878 William died but his widow Fanny stayed in Cullion and the 1901 census shows her still living there with her nephew Robert Ellis [a carpenter].   From my family point of view it is interesting to try to work out who was the father of the Andrew and John Dunn who appeared in Mossfield in roughly 1810. There are no useful Church records. Family history is clear that the family came from Cullion but otherwise does not help. The Dunns appeared in Mossfield sometime around 1800 -1810. There are some clues. The Dunns, like many Ulster Scots followed a very traditional pattern when naming their children. The Mossfield Andrew and John's son names shows that both called their first sons James and their second Andrew. Hamilton does not appear in either of these families effectively ruling him out as the father [of Andrew and John]. Another helpful point is that both Andrew and John [and their wives] were buried in the Old Donagheady Church Burial Ground . No other contemporary Dunns were buried from Mossfield. If Andrew and John moved from Cullion because of the death of their father they would probably have brought with them any dependant sisters and their mother [if she was still alive]. There are no burials to suggest that this happened. The above features suggest that their father was called James. However there is no James on the lease records in Cullion at the crucial time. Also if James had held a lease it would probably have passed to his son[s]. Thiss would suggest that the man we are seeking was not a first son. The Mossfield Dunns [Andrew and John] were probably sons of a James Dunn of Cullion and moved to Mossfield because they stood no chance of obtaining a farm at their old location. If they came on their own they would have arrived in Mossfield circa 1810 [because of their ages]. If however they came with their father they could have arrived earlier [circa 1800 ].   Summary – James Dunn took out a lease of a farm in Cullion prior to 1699. Some of his four sons continued to farm there for over one hundred years. In 1809 Hamilton Dunn died and in 1810 so did Andrew. The Mossfield Dunns moved from Cullion about this time. While their father is not definitely known there are features which suggest he was called James. Glenagoorland 1800’s In the early 1800’s two Dunn families [Noble Dunn and Andrew Dunn [the black] leased farms at Glenagoorland. Noble Dunn married Jane   William Thomas Elizabeth Charles Jane   Andrew Dunn [the black] married Jane   Andrew Catherine   1 Noble Dunn [born1778, died 22 Feb. 1854] married Jane [born 1790, died 2 Apr. 1851]. Personal note – Family history states that Nobe lived in a house directly across the road from the site of James Dunn's House [the last remaining Dunn family living in Glenagoorland] Children [1]William [born 1823, died 17 Apr. 1883]. Married Catherine on 9 Dec.1845 –the daughter of Andrew [black]. [2]Thomas [born 1824, 21 Aug. 1904]. Married Jane Kennedy [died 24 Sep. 1917]. [3]Elizabeth- married Samuel McComb on 6 Jul. 1848. [4]Charles- married Mary Dorough [Milltown] on 14 May 1846 in Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church. On the register he was described as a farmer from Glenagoorland. His birth date is not known but he appears to have been Noble’s eldest son. A Charles Dunn is recorded as dying at Ardstraw in 1853 aged 38years. Certainly by 1857 he was no longer in Glenagoorland and there is also no record of his death there. [5]Jane married Andrew Dunn [born 1803, died 1838] on12 Jan 1837. Jane’s birth date is unclear but she appears to be Noble’s eldest child and was probably born circa 1816. She had a daughter Margaret, who was born in 1832 – that is five years before Jane was married. [Much of detail comes from written notes of family history.] Church records of her birth are absent so her biological father is not known. When Andrew married Jane he started to farm what appears to have been a quite large acreage in Glenagoorland. Andrew’s origin is unclear. He was not born in Glenagoorland and even family oral history is of no help. Indeed it is very surprising that he was given a good acreage in what must have become a crowded group of farms. He is very unlikely to have been Margaret’s father as Noble would almost certainly have objected to giving land to a man who took five years to marry his daughter after getting her pregnant. Jane and Andrew had one child James, who was born on the 9 Nov.1837 and died 1 Apr. 1838, the same year as his father died also. Jane remarried to a widower James Starrett [Tykermaghan] on 30 July 1846. It is also worth noting that Jane’s brother Charles Dunn got married in 1846 also. Margaret would have been 14 years of age when her mother remarried. Margaret almost certainly stayed on in Glenagoorland and nine years later [1 Mar.1855] married James Dunn [Creevedonnell] [born 12 Jun 1830 died 11 Oct. 1897]. Very surprisingly James was given a large acreage of land to lease in Glenagoorland. [The Griffith’s Survey of 1858 recorded James’s holding as having a greater annual valuation than Andrew [the black], Thomas or William’s.] Margaret and James had one daughter Annie Jane Dunn [born 22 Jan. 1856.]. Annie Jane married Thomas Bond of Lackagh on 25 Aug.1874. She died in the same year [1874] aged 18 years, apparently in childbirth. Margaret herself died young on 3 Jun. 1857 [aged 25] also apparently in childbirth [family history]. Somebody appears to have been very protective of Margaret’s interests in the farm – going to great lengths to protect an illegitimate daughter. This could have been either Noble [died 1854] or Andrew [the black] [died 1869].   James Dunn [of Creevedonnell originally] remarried to Elizabeth Lamberton [born 1829, died 1889]. James was living in Glenagoorland for less than two years kept the lease and stayed on to remarry. James and Elizabeth had two children – James Samuel Dunn born 1868, died of pneumonia on 15 Jan. 1892. Rachel Hyndman Dunn born 21 Oct. 1865, died 2 May 1948.   2 Andrew Dunn [the black] born 1788, died 14 Sep. 1869 Andrew was an exact contemporary of his namesake Andrew of Mossfield and so to distinguish one was called the “black” and the other the “miller”. Personal note – In the National Archive in Dublin there is a record of a letter [CSORP1821/670] from Andrew [the black] to Earl Talbot, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, requesting quashing of a fine for possession of four barrels of malt found in his kiln. He pleads that although the malt was found in his kiln he knew nothing about it and the fine would cause great hardship to his family and he would be reduced to beggery. There is no record of the response].   Children Andrew born 1824, died 18 Feb. 1900, married Christina Hyndman born 1834, died 20 May 1880. Catherine born1828, died 6 Aug.1899 married her cousin William, son of Noble Dunn.   MID 1800’s. The original two Dunn farms in Glenagoorland were subdivided to accommodate four families: - these were   Andrew Dunn and Christina Hyndman William Dunn and Catherine Dunn Thomas Dunn and Jane Kennedy James Dunn [originally from Creevedonnell] and Margaret Dunn [later Elizabeth Lamberton].   William Dunn married Catherine Dunn on 9 Dec. 1845   Jane James Catherine John William Ann Jane Andrew Samuel Thomas   Thomas Dunn married Jane Kennedy     James John Fanny Alexander Charlotte Elizabeth William   Andrew Dunn married Christina Hyndman   Isabella James David John Matilda Catherine Andrew Fredrick Annie     William [born 1823, died 17 Apr.1883] and Catherine [born1828, died 6 Aug.1899] had ten children. [married 9 Dec.1845] Jane bap. 16 Oct. 1846. James bap. 27 Oct. 1848 died 14 Nov 1910 in one of the Glenagoorland houses [McDermott,s]. Inherited the farm, married and appears to have had a son called James who married Margaret. [daughter Mary Catherine bap.31 Mar.1900]. Catherine baptised 20 Mar. 1851 John [illegitimate] born 16 Dec. 1852 bap. 18 Jan. 1853. William baptised 1 Apr.1855, died 17 Jul. 1855. Annie baptised 14 Mar.1858, died 13 Dec. 1865. Jane born 1859 married Robert McFarland [Killeney] in 1889. Andrew baptised 9 Dec. 1860 died 27 Jun. 1902 at his brother-in-laws house 25 Emerson Street Londonderry. Samuel William [Rev.] baptised 11 Mar 1866. Ministered in a parish in England? Devon. Thomas baptised 14 May 1863   Thomas [born 1824, died 21 Aug. 1904] and Jane [born1845, died 24 Sept. 1917] had seven children. James baptised 14 Jul. 1863, died 24 May 1907 in Denver Colorado. Married Margaret Anderson [Letterblatt, Plumbridge] on 2 May 1889. Had two children Margaret and Catherine. John baptised 24 Feb. 1867, died 28 Feb. 1925. Inherited the farm. Did not marry. Fanny Jane baptised 15 Nov. 1868. Alexander born 11 Aug. 1871, bap. 29 Oct. 1871. Charlotte Ann born 1 Mar. 1874, bap.27 Jun. 1874. Elizabeth Mary born 16 Sep. 1876, bap. 3 Mar. 1877. William Kennedy born 1 Aug.1879, bap. 5 Jun.1880.   Andrew [born 1824, died 18 Feb. 1900] and Christina [born 1834, died 20 May 1880] had nine children. Isabella born 13 Nov.1854 married John Kennedy [Cullion] in 1882 and moved to Londonderry. They had four children – Fredrick, Andrew, William, and John. James Hyndman born 1 Jan.1857, died 1941 married [16 May 1899] Rachel Hyndman Dunn born 1862 died 2 May 1948 [the daughter of James Dunn and Elizabeth Lamberton]. Through this marriage he inherited James’s farm. They had four children – (a) Fredrick who married Isobel Dunn* [Ballyskeagh]. This couple had two children -James and Kathleen. James married Elizabeth Kee – three children Derek Caroline and Gemma. [ James still lives in Glenagoorland -2013- and the farm is worked by his son Derek] Louisa Christine born 29 Jan 1902, who married Henry T Danton [Raspberry Hill]. James Samuel Albert born 6 Apr. 1904, who did not marry. Andrew T. born circa 1908.   (3) David baptised 20 Sept. 1860, died 18 Feb.1861. (4) John W. baptised 19 Dec. 1861, died 1933. Inherited the farm. He never married. (5) Matilda Mary born 24 Dec. 1863, bap.31 Jan. 1864, died 3 Oct. 1919. (6) Catherine born 16 Jan. 1867, bap. 5 May 1867. (7)Andrew William born 6 Jan. 1869, 22 Mar. 1869, married E, Ross and moved to Springtown Londonderry. Part of the firm of Holmes, Mullan, and Dunn. They had four children – Roland, Christine [who married P. Dixon], Rosaleen [who married P.Fitzgerald of Dublin], and Andrew DFC an RAF pilot who was killed in 1941. Fredrick Charles born 27 Jun. 1871, bap. 15 Jul. 1871,died Feb.1943. Annie Jane born 24 Dec. 1858 married William Kennedy [Gorticross, Drumahoe]. Their daughter married J.T. Henry [Dungiven]. *Isobel Dunn was a descendant of John Dunn who left Mossfield for Ballyskeagh – see below NOTE The Dunn farms were leased for many years but in 1871 James Dunn [originally of Creevedonnell] bought his farm]   Summary – the farms at Glenagoorland were originally split between two families. However by the mid 1800’s there had been a further subdivision into four farms leased by Andrew, Thomas, William and James Mossfield 1800’s In the first part of the 1800’s John [born circa 1788, died Ballyskeagh 12 Mar. 1865] and his brother Andrew [the miller] [born 1793, died Mossfield 9 Apr. 1869] appear to have been living in Mossfield. The exact date of the arrival is unknown but must have been roughly 1800-1810. [see Cullion]. John married and his first wife died. This is a likely explanation for John’s move to Ballyskeagh in aprox. 1820.   Andrew Dunn [the miller] married Annie [Nancy] Hall on 15 Dec.1831   Margaret Mary Jane Annie James Andrew Samuel James married Isabella Love   Samuel Agnes Andrew James Isabella William Alexander John Bessie   Andrew [who was known as “the miller” to distinguish him from Andrew Dunn of Glenagoorland who was almost the same age and was called “the black”] married Annie [Nancy] Hall on 15 Dec. 1831. They had six children: -- Margaret born 23 Sep. 1832, died 3 Jun. 1857. Mary Jane born 5 Jul 1834 married James Dunn of Donemana on 8 Aug.1861. Annie born 31 Mar. 1835 married John Aiken [Edymore, Strabane] in 1870. N.B. A witness at the wedding was John Dunn – nobody of suitable age in Glenagoorland so perhaps from Ballyskeagh. James born 2 Oct. 1837. Andrew born 16 May 1839, died 1915 married Isabella Love on 12th Dec 1872, [Cullion] born 1856 died 1922. A witness at the wedding was John Dunn [probably of Ballyskeagh]. Samuel James born 11Jan. 1841, died 22 Dec.1873. Qualified as a doctor and practiced in Swanton, Scotland, died in Mossfield. Andrew and Isabella had nine children: -- Samuel James born 15 Dec. 1873, died 4 Jul. 1938. He was recorded in the census of 1911 as still living at Mossfield. Note that Samuel James; his uncle, [above] died just 7 days before this childs birth. This would suggest that Dr. Samuel had a chronic or sub-acute illness and came home to Mossfield to die and that this Samuel James was named in his honour. Agnes born 9 Jul. 1877 married Andrew Long Pollock [Castlewarren] on 5 Apr. 1904. Andrew born 18 Mar. 1879, died 4 Sep. 1933. Probably did not marry and was still home in 1911. James William born 24 Jul. 1880, died 7 Apr. 1881. Isabella born 4 Jul. 1881. William Andrew born19 March 1887. He worked as a mechanical engineer and was still at home in 1911. He emigrated to Australia [son William Andrew Herbert Dunn –and Helena Clarke’s [of Melbourne] grandfather]. Alexander born 1890, 17thJun 1972. He was still at home in 1911. He was a very colourful character who [although a batchelor at the time] organised a “strike” among the children attending Glenagoorland School which achieved considerable fame throughout Ulster. He married in the 1950’s and moved to Dungannon where he kept a Public House –[ very surprising in a very temperance family]. He was the last Dunn to live in Mossfield. John born 1892 died 26 May 1897. Bessie Love born 9 Sep. 1882, died 17 Apr. 1897.   Summary – Mossfield was farmed by three generations of Dunn families. . Ballyskeagh [1800’s and1900’s]. Ballyskeagh is a townland aprox. ten miles from Glenagoorland. John Dunn first leased the farm at Ballyskeagh circa. 1824. The exact date is unclear. John appears to have been older than his brother Andrew and so could have been have been expected to stay in Mossfield. Perhaps the death of his first wife prompted him to find a new farm in Ballyskeagh. He took a joint lease with James Knox [whose family had farmed nearby for some 100 years] on the farm owned by the Abercorn estate and previously leased by the Boak family. [A joint lease must have been very difficult to work -was the land devided or did they rotate fields].   John Dunn born circa. 1788, died 10 Mar. 1865 [buried 18th Mar 1865 in Donagheady Church Graveyard] married twice. The name of his first wife is not known but his second wife was called Elizabeth born circa 1800, died 12 Mar. 1869 buried 15th Mar 1869 in Donagheady Old Burial Ground.. John, just like his brother Andrew in Mossfield, was a very successful farmer who expanded his land and was clearly highly regarded in the community. John and Elizabeth had eight children: Mary born circa 1824 married Andrew Thompson [a widower aged 50 years, farmer of Woodend – Mary was 21 years] in Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church on 16 Jun. 1845. James born circa 1830 married Sarah Lowry in 1st Donagheady Presbyterian Church on 9th Dec 1858. Emigrated to Canada circa 1889 [aged 58]. Sarah born 1838 died Fri 29th Nov 1901, married John Moorhead of Ballymalarty, Ardstraw, on 19 Mar. 1863 in Leckpatrick C of I Church. Emigrated to Canada with her husband and son in 1865. Andrew born circa 1831 died 9 Mar. 1901.Married Margaret Adams 28 Oct.1858 in Glendermott C of I Church. Catherine Annie born?.. Married Thomas Laird, farmer [Ardstraw] 18th Dec. 1850 in Leckpatrick C of I Church. They had five children – [a] Moses born circa 1857, died1926. married Ann Julie Marshall ----daughter Sarah Dunn Laird. [b] Mary Sarah born1859 married John Wilson. [c] Catherine Jane born1861 married Joseph Anderson [Tullywhisker]. [d] Isabella born 1864, married Joseph Harper. [e] Julie born 1866, married David Eakin [Castlederg]. Jane born circa 1836, died 29 Mar. 1857 and is buried at Donagheady Parish Church. Robert born?. Emigrated to Toronto Canada. John born circa 1833, died 5 May 1920, married Isabella Lowry [father was John Lowry of Glebe farm Leckpatrick] born circa 1831.   James Dunn [born circa 1831] married Sarah Lowry [Castlemellan – the daughter of William Dunn Lowry] on 9 Dec 1858 in 1st Donagheady Presbyterian Church [note-William Dunn Lowry was born in Cullion and was a direct descendant of the Lowry family whose daughter Jean married James Dunn circa 1699]. James and his brother John took over the lease of the Ballyskeagh farm when their father died in 1865. James was already married and had a growing family. John was unmarried at the time. They jointly worked the farm and lived side by side in a two story farmhouse devided into two seperate homes. James and Sarah had eight children. John Robert born 8 May 1861, died 21 Jan. 1939 married Annie Mary Clarke [from the farm immediately adjacent to the Dunn farm Ballyskeagh] on 19 May 1887 in First Donagheady Presbyterian Church [witnesses James Clarke and John James Donaghy]. They emigrated to Canada very soon after their wedding their wedding. Annie was born in 1861 and died in Toronto on 29 Apr. 1943 They had at least two children—Mary Ellis Dunn born 1 Mar 1888, and John James Dunn 3 Apr 1890 [in Scott Township Ontario]. William born 16 Feb. 1864, died 25 Mar. 1866 in Ballyskeagh. Margaret born 18 Sep. 1866, died during the great influenza epidemic on 20 Oct. 1918. Married Isaac Davis Pegg on 20 Jan. 1892 in Sandford Methodist Church Ontario. These are the great grandparents of D.K.Dixon Ontario. William James Dunn born 11 Jul. 1869, married Alice Maude Warren in Scott Township on 29 Jan. 1896 in Mount Albert Methodist Church. Alice was born in England on 1 May 1875 and died in 1946. William went to western Canada for summer work and never returned. William and Alice had at least one daughter Sarah Dunn born 1 Sep, 1896. Note = recorded as starting in Leckpatrick National School on 1st Jun 1874 aged 5 years. Heyland born 11 Feb 1872 [called Heyland for his maternal grandmother] died 14 Oct. 1908, married Hattie E. Woodruff of Mount Albert, Ontario. They had at least three children – Ethel Dunn born 25 Dec. 1895, William Dunn born 15 Dec.1899, and Thomas Dunn born17 Sep. 1901. Sarah Jane [Bella] Dunn born20 Sep. 1874 died circa 1909. Sarah married Louis Sawdon on 4 Apr. 1894 in Zephyr, Scott Township. They had an adopted son Samuel Sawdon Smockum born 30 Mar. 1895, and Guy Sawdon born 26 Jun. 1897. Bessie born 8 Feb. 1877 baptised 9th Apr 1877 in Leckpatrick Presbyterian church.. Bessie died at an early age? teens. Annie Mary Dunn born 8 Aug. 1879, baptised 16th Oct 1879 in Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church. Died 29 Jul. 1954 in Toronto. Annie married Frank Windross on 11 Jan. 1899 at Mount Albert Presbyterian Church and had two children.   Emigration. Robert John and his wife emigrated in 1887. Quite soon afterwards James and Sarah with their remaining family joined them in Ontario [circa 1888].   Andrew Dunn born circa 1831, died 4 Mar. 1901 married Margaret Adams on 28 Oct. 1858 in Glendermott Parish Church. Farmed in Ballykelly on the farm of his aunt by marriage. They had five children – [1] Margaret born 16 Jul, 1859. married Joseph Love [born 5th Apr 1855 in Cavancreagh]on 8 Sep. 1892. Died 8th Oct 1941 in Vancouver. [2] David Dunn born 5 Apr. 1866. [3] Elizabeth Gilfillan Dunn [4] Sarah Moorehead Dunn born 16 Apr. 1971. [5] Isabella Jane Dunn born 1 Jan. 1874. [6] Annie Mary Dunn born 16th July 1869, married John Gaston on 19th Mar 1907 and promptly emigrated to Vancouver.   John Dunn born circa 1833, died 5 May 1920. Married Isabella Lowry on 18th May 1865 in Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church. Isabella’s father was John Lowry who farmed at Glebe very close to Ballyskeagh. John stayed in Ballyskeagh. He and Isabella had five children – [1] Robert John born 16 Mar. 1866 died 1952. Married [15th Oct 1903 in Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church] to Rebecca Colhoun White born 12 Aug. 1879 in Killynaght a townland next to Ballyskeagh, died 8 Mar. 1956. Robert John and Rebecca had three children-Margaret born 26th Oct 1904 who married Norman Davidson Laird [sons James and John],Isobel born 1st Feb 1906, who married Fredrick Dunn of Glenagoorland [son James, daughter Kathleen], and John always called Jack, born 17th Nov 1907 who inherited the farm and never married. [2] Andrew born 14 Sep. 1867. Andrew never married and lived at Groarty in Londonderry City He was a very cultured man who ran a milk distribution business in Londonderry City. [3] Elizabeth Jane born 20 Mar. 1870. Kept a boarding house in Portrush. Never married. [4] Annie Catherine born 21 Feb. 1877. [5] Thomas born 11 May 1873. Presbyterian minister at Maze Co. Antrim. Married Margarita McCammon [sons Wallace and Andrew, daughter Annabel].   Cavancreagh, Creevedonnell and Curryfree Cavancreagh is a townland close to Ardcame and south of Creevedonnell and Curryfree. The later two townlands lie side-by-side and just across the County border in Londonderry. The Hearth Rolls of 1665 show James Dyne in Cavancreagh. In 1700 James Dunn is recorded in Cullion and in 1717 Robert Dunn appeared in a Leet Court in New Buildings and gave his address as Creevedonnell. This proximity suggests that these represent a father and two sons. Robert died in Creevedonnell in 1747. He appears to have had at least four sons: -   NOTE Records from the 1700's are few and far between. It is clear these this Dunn family was, along with the Glenagoorland Dunns, the earliest settlers of this name in N Tyrone. Small glimpses of the Creevedonnell [etc.] Dunns have survived but clearly there there were many more whose names are now not known. The Dunn family lived for generations in Curryfree and Creevedonnell but appear to have left Cavancreagh by 1787 when a survey of the area by the Abercorn estate showed none living there.   Curryfree A survey in 1771 for the Manor of Goldsmith [the landlords in this area] [PRONI] showed Dunn, Rufsel [?Russell], and Mobray leasing 100 acres of arable land , 14 of pasture, 32 of bog, and 82 of mountain in Curryfree. On the 1stJuly 1788 Andrew Dunn signed a lease for land in Curryfree from Richard Ponsonby. In 1792 the Will of Andrew Dunn of Curryfree was registered. In 1814 the Will of James Dunn of Curryfree was also registered.   Creevedonnell The 1771 survey [above] showed a Creevedonnell lease as follows – John Dunn and Robert Dunn leasing 50 acres of arable land, and 33 acres of scrub. A note on the map says that the land is steep but good.   Robert Dunn [of the 1771 survey] appers to have had a son called James [born 1799] who married Rachel Hyndman [born 1802]. These were the parents of the James Dunn of Creevedonnell who married Margaret Dunn of Glenagoorland – the daughter of Andrew and Jane. When James moved to Glenagoorland he later took his parents with him and both James [born 1799 and Rachel [nee Hyndman] died in Glenagoorland [James on 7 Mar. 1879 and Rachel on 16 May 1875].   James Dunn and Rachel Hyndman had five children: - [1] James Dunn born 12 Jun. 1830, died 11 Oct. 1897 married Margaret Dunn born 1832 died 3 Jun.1857 [the daughter of Andrew Dunn – see Glenagoorland.] Children – Ann Jane born 29 Dec. 1855 married Thomas Bond [Lackagh], died in childbirth in 1875. James then remarried to Elizabeth Lamberton born 1829, died 13 Apr. 1889. They had two children – Rachel Hyndman Dunn born 21 Oct. 1865, died 2 May 1948 [who married James the son of Andrew Dunn of Glenagoorland] and Samuel born 14 Jun 1868, died 2 Jan. 1892. [2] Margaret Jane born26 Dec. 1832 died 1900 married William Fleming [Inch Island] on 24 Dec. 1863. They had three children – James Dunn Fleming, Rachel Hyndman Fleming, and John Gilmore Fleming. Rachel married R.H.Beattie- the great grandparents of Tim. Hutchinson 401 Princess Street Apt.1204 K7L599 Kingston Ontario. [3] Andrew born 25 Sep. 1835 died 20 Apr. 1902 married Sarah Jane Boggs [Cardonagh] born 1847, died12 Jul. 1898. They had two children – Rachel who married James Dunn, and Jane Matilda who married William O’Neill [Carrickatrain] on 8 Jul.1899. [4] Christina born 2 Apr. 1838 married J. Gamble. They had three children John, Margaret who married J. Bredin, and Alice who married McGilliway. [5] Mary Ann born 30 Sep. 1833.   John Dunn [1771 survey] had at least two sons – Andrew Thomas Thomas married Margaret and moved from Creevedonnell to Cullion where he farmed very successfully. Thomas and Margaret had only two sons – William, who died at the age of 20 years, and Andrew. This Andrew did not stay on his father’s farm but moved first to Scotland [Glasgow] and then to England. He worked in the Iron trade and was very successful. He tried to get elected to Parliament for a London constituency but without success. He remembered his origin in Creevedonnell throughout his life and gave financial help to his relatives especially Andrew Thomas Dunn and John Dunn the sons of John Dunn and Margaret Hanna.   Andrew Dunn [Thomas’s brother above] stayed on the family farm in Creevedonnell and raised a family of two sons and three daughters. One daughter married Thomas Kennedy of Tyboe. Another [Annie Agnes Dunn] married Thomas Houston in 1829. One son was called John and he married Margaret Hanna. The other son was called James. John inherited the farm and he and Margaret had a family of four sons and one daughter - [1] James baptised 3rd Mar. 1845 in 2nd Donagheady Presbyterian Church – who inherited the farm and had three children Robert [emigrated to Vancouver], Margaret and Anna. [2] Andrew Thomas – who never married. He went with his brother John to Australia and then via Texas and California to Vancouver. He died in his nephew [Robert’s] house in Vancouver. [3] John - who went with Andrew Thomas toAustralia and N America but finally returned to Australia where he married Catherine Collins. They had eight children John Albert, Margaret Jane, Anora Agnes, Catherine Ann, Elizabeth Florence, Alice, Lillie, and David. [4] William married Mary McIntyre [Tullyard] and farmed in Tullyard. They raised eight children – Jane died 27 Oct. 1933, Isobel, Margaret, Minnie, Lydia, Andrew Thomas, William, and John James. [5] Elizabeth married James Wilson a blacksmith [Carnafree] on 4 Jan. 1866. They had six children – Andrew Thomas, Samuel, Matilda, Eliza Jane, Margaret, and Catherine.   James Dunn [born 1799 =above] was also living in Creevedonnell in the mid 1800's [The Griffiths Survey of 1858 showed John farming 177 acres with five farm labourers. James was farming 78 acres plus 93 acres of mountain Unfortunately much of the land was in small pockets and so must have been harder to farm.. He had one labourer. When James became too old to farm he and his wife joined his son in Glenagoorland.] Dunnamanagh [Donemana], Stoneyfalls and Aughtermoy Dunnamanagh is a small town in N. Tyrone only a few miles from Glenagoorland and Cullion. The town appears to have been a result of the Ulster Plantation as there is no mention of it prior to this. Dunnamanagh is built on the steep slopes of the Dennett River. An old ruined castle lies within the town. The earliest Church records of any members of the Dunn families in Dunnamanagh appear to be the marriage of James Dunn of Stoneyfalls to Ann Gallagher of Lisdevin on 26 Jun.1761. Stoneyfalls is on the outskirts of Dunnamanagh. It is also interesting to speculate upon the origin of this James Dunn. Dunnamanagh is right in the centre of townlands where Dunns were living in 1700- 1750 [Leitrim, Glenagoorland, Ardcame, Bonown, Cullion, and Creevedonnell]. This makes James very likely to be the son of one of the earlier Dunn families. The most likely person to be James’s father is James Dunn [born 1709] the son of Robert Dunn and Mary Muirhead living in Ardcame. The reasons for this are because this James fits the age profile best, Ardcame is only some three miles from Stoneyfalls, and lastly the Christian name James is prominent in this family. In circa 1825 James Dunn of Donagheady [died 30 May 1873] married Matilda Campbell [born 1807 died 1868]. James was described as an innkeeper in Dunnamanagh. The family lived at Stoneyfalls and several of James’s [the innkeeper] children were described as living there when they died. James Dunn and Matilda had ten children; -- [1] Matilda baptised 15 Oct. 1826 . She died on 17 Apr. 1881 at her brother Samuel’s house in Dunnamanagh but at the time of her death she was said to have lived at Stoneyfalls. [2] Andrew born 15 Nov. 1829 [3] James baptised 18 Oct. 1831, died 29 Oct. 1892. James bought land and a house at Aughtermoy [close to Stoneyfalls and Dunnamanagh] in circa 1862. He was a successful farmer and married twice the second wife being Mary Jane the daughter of Andrew [the miller] of Mossfield. James had four children [a] William Samuel James born 1862, died 8 Dec. 1883. [b] Andrew Thomas born 1863 [c] Matilda born 1865 [d] Anne born 1866. James bought more land in 1881. he left the farm to his son Andrew. [4] Thomas baptised 13 Aug. 1833. [5] Catherine baptised 8 Feb. 1835, died 1836. [6] Catherine baptised 4 Dec. 1836. [7] Thomas baptised 9 Sep. 1838. [8] Samuel Hamilton baptised 27 Apr. 1841. [ Note the middle name Hamilton which suggests some connection with the Cullion Dunn families. Samuel never married. He eventually took over his fathers business and the census of 1901 shows him as Samuel H. Dunn and Co. Dunnamanagh. Several of the male children must have lived off the proceeds of the inn [which had expanded to involve a grocery business]. The valuation revisions for the property show James Dunn as the owner in 1860 – this could have been either the father or his son. In 1876 John, 1883 James, and 1890 Andrew are shown as owners. Presumably at intervals individual sons were bought out providing capital for James to buy Aughtermoy and for John and Robert to emigrate. [9] Robert baptised 18 Jun. 1843. Emigrated to Australia. [10] John baptised 2 Jul. 1845. John married Jeannie Lyttle of Magherafelt on 5 Jan. 1883 and emigrated soon afterwards to Australia. He died in Melbourne on 2 Nov. 1884. Jeannie was pregnant at this time and gave birth to a daughter Victoria on 17 Apr. 1885.   There are a number of other Dunn individuals in this area about this time who must have been close relatives. In Stoneyfalls Samuel Dunn lived in 1856. He may well have been James Dunn the innkeeper’s brother. He also appears to have been the father of Charles Dunn who married Elizabeth Graham in Dunnamanagh Presbyterian Church in 1866. The Griffith valuation of circa 1860 lists James Dunn owning five acres in Stoneyfalls. In 1876 and 1888 John Dunn is living at Stoneyfalls. On the 19 May 1881 John Dunn of Aughtermoy married Susan Jeffrey of Terkernaghan. Finally a William Dunn of Dunnamanagh is mentioned in the Vestry notes of Donagheady in 1801 – this could be the father of James Dunn [the innkeeper] and the link to James Dunn who married Ann Gallagher.   Drain Drain is a townland immediately beside Aughtermoy and close to Stoneyfalls. On 28 Feb. 1828 Hamilton Dunn of Drain married Rebecca of Donagheady. This appears to be the earliest mention of a Dunn in Drain. The Christian name Hamilton is very unusual and the only other person with this is Hamilton Dunn of Cullion who died in 1809. Hamilton of Drain could be the earlier Hamilton’s son but there are two problems. Firstly Hamilton of Drain died on the 26 May 1874 and his age was believed to be 93 years. Hamilton of Cullion would have been 19 when the second Hamilton was born. This is not a major difficulty because, in an age before records, many old people must have exaggerated their age. The second difficulty is that on his death Hamilton of Drain was described as a labourer. The Griffith’s valuation shows him leasing a house but no land. Hamilton of Cullion was a successful farmer when he died [but the lease on his land was lost to the Dunn family on his death]. Hamilton [born ?1781 died 26 May 1874] and Rebecca [born 1792 died 1872] on 28 Feb.1828. They had four children; - [1] Letitia [baptised 8 Feb. 1829], married Robert Campbell 1851. [2] Alexander [baptised 23 Sep. 1832] married Ellen Taggart [Drain] [born 1832, died 1872] on 17 Nov.1854. They had six children – [a] Sarah Jane bap. 3 Sep.1855. [b] Robert Hamilton bap. 4 Nov. 1857. Married Isabella Fulton, Moneycannon. On 22 Nov.1876. [c] John bap. 3 Mar. 1860, married Susan Jeffery[Terkernaghan] on 19 May 1881 Witness Robt.H. Dunn. Children James born 24 Dec.1890. Alexander born 30 Oct.1885. Susan born 28 Jan.1895 N,B. This family lived in Aughtermoy. [d] Rebecca bap. 25 Oct. 1862. [e] William bap. 6 May 1865, married Francis Craig on 28 Sep.1887. Children James bap. 4 Aug 1888. Alexander bap. 4 Oct.1890 William bap. 2 Dec.1892 Robert Hamilton bap. 14 Mar.1899 Rebecca bap. 15 Dec.1895. [f] Alexander bap. 30 Jul. 1867. ?Married Rebecca Kitson [Eglinton].   [3] Margaret baptised 17 Apr 1836, married William Davis. [4] Elizabeth baptised 8 Dec. 1838.   Living immediately beside Hamilton was James Dunn [born 1806 died 4 May 1866] who married Charity [born 1805 died 10 Feb.1871]. This could be Hamilton’s brother. This James is unlikely to have come from nearby Stoneyfalls because there was already another James of much the same age living there. James was a successful farmer and the Griffith’s valuation of circa 1860 shows him leasing 69 acres from Jane Porter. James Dunn and Charity had at least two children – Edward baptised 25 Sep.1831 [died 14 Nov. 1872] and Matilda baptised 4 Dec. 1833. Edward Dunn married Margaret [Tyrconnelly]. They had five children: - [1]Anne Jane bap. 5 Jun 1853. [2] James born 7 Feb. 1855. [3] Matilda born 10 Dec. 1856. [4] Eliza born 17 Apr. 1862. [5] John Robert born 16 Jan 1864, married Jane Black, witness James Dunn. [6] Mary bap. 23 Jul. 1860, married John McCain, witness Alexander Dunn. [7] Ellen born 26 Jun. 1868. James inherited Edward’s house but in 1912 W.S.Craig owned it.   On 7 Dec. 1848 Robert Dunn of Drain married Catherine Adams of Kildogue. Although there are no church records to support this Robert would appear to be Hamilton and Rebecca’s eldest son. Robert and Catherine had seven children: - [1] Rebecca born 18 Mar. 1849. [2] Isabella born 4 Feb. 1851. [3] Alexander born 15 Aug. 1854. [4] Margaret born 21 Feb.1856, married Samuel Young 19 Nov.1891. [5] Mary Jane born 20 Jan. 1857. [6] Elizabeth Jane born 1 Jul. 1860, married Henry Deans 18 Dec.1888. [7] Matilda born 30 Jun. 1863, married Robert McBrine 9 Dec.1894. [8] Catherine born 15 Jul. 1865, married John McGowan 1 Feb.1894. [9] Robert born 9 Jun. 1867. ? Married Isabella Brown [Desertone] on 18 Oct. 1894. [10] Joseph born 15 Nov. 1869. [11] James born 4 Jan. 1873. [12] Samuel George born 10 May 1875. Married Lizzie Young on 29 Aug. 1901. Samuel lived and farmed at Tyboe. They had at least one daughter Ellen Jane Dunn who married Samuel Marshall on 19 Apr. 1922.   Summary - Three Dunn families arrived in N. Tyrone in the 1660’s. Over the next two hundred years descendants of these families spread into many townlands in the area including Glenagoorland, Cavancreagh,Cullion, Curryfree, Dullerton, Dunnamanagh, Stoneyfalls, Aughtermoy, Drain, Tyrconnelly,Ardcame, Tyboe, Bunowen, and Fawney. Links uniting these families can be demonstrated in about half of the localities and conjectured in the others.   DUNNS IN CO. LONDONDERRY The Hearth Rolls for Co. Londonderry 1669 show only one Dunn family -- William Dunn living at FERNISKY, TAMLAGHT FINLAGAN. [Near Ballykelly]. In 1697 William Dunn and Thomas Dunn are recorded as voting in a Co. Londonderry by-election. William is presumably the man mentioned on the Hearth Rolls. In 1730 a William Dunn leased a piece of land at Slaughmanus. This is almost certainly the same man who appears on the list of Protestant Householders in 1740 living at LEGACHORY. [Close to the N. Tyrone border and reasonably close to the Bonds Glen area].   GLENLOUGH Glenlough is on the southern slope of a river valley called Bonds Glen. Bonds Glen starts close to Leitrim and Glenagoorland in Co. Tyrone and runs eastwards for some five miles finishing in Co. Londonderry. In 1740 Robert Dunn is recorded on a list of Protestant Householders as living in Glenlough. A search of records of this period reveals three Robert Dunns. There are two marriages recorded –[A] Robert Dunn married Elizabeth Blair of Donaghmore Parish on 11 Nov. 1717, [B] Robert Dunn married married Isabella Dunn of Clondermott Parish on 14 Oct 1712. Robert [A] is difficult to place as his origin is unclear. Donaghmore is many miles away and at the other end of Co. Tyrone. He cannot be ruled out but is not an obvious candidate to have lived in Glenlough. Robert [B] married a girl from Clondermott Parish [which is near Creevedonnell]. Robert [B] is therefore probably the Robert Dunn who lived in Creevedonnell. The third Robert Dunn is the son of John Dunn and Margaret McFarland [Glenagoorland]. This Robert was born on 9 Feb. 1702 and no other records have so far been traced for him. Glenlough is aprox. three miles from Glenagoorland and on balance this Robert may be the most likely person to have gone to Glenlough. However this is purely speculative and this family could be completely unrelated to the Glenagoorland Dunns.   Records for Glenlough show – 1774 recording of a free holding - Glenlough James Dunn and James Dunn. 1796 recording of a free holding - Glenlough James Dunn and Andrew Dunn 1792 recording of a will - Glenlough William Dunn. Gravestone inscription Priory Graveyard Dungiven -- Ann McClelland daughter of William Dunn Glenlough died 4 Jun. 1849 aged 54 years. In the same plot is Catherine Dunn the wife of Robert Dunn, surgeon, Royal Navy. [The dates for Catherine are illegible. She was Ann’s niece by marriage.] Donagheady Church of Ireland records -- 13 Dec. 1761 Oliver Dunn [Glenlough] married Martha Davison of Gortavea.   The family history appears to have been – Robert Dunn [wife unknown] son William Dunn son James Dunn children Ann Dunn James Dunn Andrew Dunn Oliver Dunn mar. T McClelland Anne Martha Davison probably also William Dunn born 1769, died 13 May 1857 in Ardground, Lower Cumber Parish, Co. Londonderry [married Catherine born 1786, died 6 Aug. 1864]   Andrew and James stayed on the farm. Andrew and Anne had at least one son John Dunn. John must have given up the farm because the Griffiths valuation c.1870 does not show any Dunns in Glenlough. Andrew died in Glenlough 4 Jun.1849 aged 82 years. Anne died in Clooney Tce. Londonderry on 5 Aug. 1864 aged 85 years. John died in Clooney Tce. on 14 Mar. 1877 aged 69 years. Oliver Dunn is a very interesting character. He married Martha in 1761. In 1771 Martha’s father must have died and Oliver took over the lease of the farm at Gortevea.   GORTEVEA Gortevea is an area of farmland close to the river Foyle and a distance from Glenlough [fifteen plus miles]. The farm was on the Abercorn Estate and the records of this mention Oliver Dunn several times. The farm was not large but Oliver made considerable improvements [to the extent that the Abercorn Estate Manager wrote to the Duke giving a glowing account of the work]. Oliver’s farm also had a major fire, which is mentioned in the Estate records. Oliver and Martha had at least four children – [1] Robert Dunn who became a surgeon in the Royal Navy. Robert was born in 1764 and joined the Navy in Oct. 1790. He served in various ships until Jun 1810 when he became Surgeon to the Royal Naval Dockyard Woolwich. He died still in post in Woolwich on 9 Apr. 1841. He married Caroline but he must have left her in Ulster and she was buried in her Aunt [by marriage]’s grave in Dungiven. [2] David Dunn was born in 1785 and died on 16 Jun.1859 in Chudleigh, Devon. He was married twice --[1] the eldest daughter of William Hopkins of Newton Abbott, Devon, [2] Louisa Montague of Burlington Hall, Lowestoft, Norfolk. DDavid joined the Navy on 30 Apr. 1800. He had a very illustrious career. He was shipwrecked and taken prisoner by the French as a midshipman. Later on board the 74 gun ship of the line “Donegal” he took part in the capture of the Spanish Frigate “Amfitrite” [44guns] which had a cargo worth £200,000 on board. He served in Lord Nelson’s fleet when they pursued the French to the West Indies and back in 1805. In 1810 he was made First Lieutenant on the 32 gun “Amphion”. He was severely wounded off Lissa on 13 Mar. 1811 when a British squadron of 156 guns and 879 men completely routed a combined Franco-Venetian fleet of 284 guns and 2655 men. The battle lasted six hours and during it the captain of the Amphion was severely wounded. David, although badly wounded, took command of the ship. He was rewarded for his most “ zealous, brave, and intelligent” conduct on the occasion with a Commander’s commission. Admiralty records show his further rise to fame as a Captain of various ships in the Mediterranean, and the Adriatic. He rose to Post Captain and eventually Rear Admiral. He was knighted in Aug. 1835 and left the Navy in 1843. He appears to have been a rich man when he died. [3] John Dunn born 1763, died 31 Dec.1834. John continued to farm Gortevea and had at least one daughter Martha who married Rev. Porter. [4] Catherine Dunn born 1781. Catherine did not marry and died at her residence “Nelson” House, Dullerton, Co. Tyrone on 31 Aug. 1851.   ARDGROUND, Lower Cumber Parish, Co. Londonderry Ardground lies in the Eastern end of Bond’s Glen on the opposite side to Glenlough but close to the latter. The first Dunn to live there appears to be William born 1769, died 13 May 1857. Given the very close proximity of Glenlough William is most likely to have been born there and to be the son of James Dunn [and the brother of Oliver]. William born 1786, died 6 Aug. 1864, married Catherine. They had six sons –/font> [[1] William born 1769, died 13 May 1857. Stayed in Ardground and had at least one son James who took over the farm and died in Ardground on 4 Apr. 1886./font> [2] George born 1788, died 21 Jan. 1846. [3] John [4] Robert born ?, died 1856 at his residence Union Cottage, Georges Street, Liverpool. [[5] Thomas born ?, died 30 Dec. 1850. [6] Alexander.   ARDGROUND DUNN’S (Lower Cumber Parish, Co. Londonderry) The following information has been thoroughly researched by a Dunn of Ardground descendant Duncan van Reijswoud ( lillyduncanr[at]yahoo.com.au) as of April 2016. This data is more accurate than the foregoing. Ardground lies in the Eastern end of Bond’s Glen on the opposite side to Glenlough but close to the latter. It’s likely that Ardground in the early 1700s was part of the original larger Glenlough farm. The first Dunn to live at Ardground was my ancestor William Dunn born 1769, he died there on 13th May 1857. However a John Dunn owned an adjacent farm c1800 also part of Ardground, John was likely a brother. Another point that ties the Dunn’s of Glenlough to the Ardground Dunn’s: Andrew Dunn born c1767 – died 4 Jun.1849. This Andrew Dunn was a farmer at Glenlough farm but his children were born at Ardground including a William Dunn ( photo ) born 10 Jan 1819. Therefore we have several brothers on the Glenlough & Ardground farms. We can name 5 of these Dunn men as being brothers:- 1. James Dunn c1762 Died at Glenlough, farmer 2. Robert Dunn of Tartnakelly 1764 – 1837 who married in 1793 Ann Strawbridge 3. Andrew Dunn 1767 – 4 Jun.1849 4. William Dunn 1769 -   13 May 1857 5. John Dunn farmer at Ardground c1800. Given the very close proximity of Glenlough to Ardground the 5 brothers including William Dunn 1769 were most likely to have been born at Glenlough and to be the son of James Dunn a farmer at Glenlough [and the brother of Oliver]. William Dunn born 1769 – died 13th Nov 1857 ( photo ), first Dunn farmer at Ardground, he married Catherine Millar c1786 – 06/08/1864, she was much younger than William its possible William may have had an earlier wife. There was a story that William Dunn owned & was master of a ship. Also that the Dunn’s back then were for a time into piracy. There is one very early photo of Dunn’s on the hull of a ship at least the son mentioned below William Dunn 1819 was on the ship with other Dunn relatives. The children of William Dunn & Catherine Millar were:- 1. John Dunn b 1803 d 1863 m 26 Aug 1858 Mary Ann Irons  2. George Dunn 1809 – 21/01/1845 never married.      3. James Dunn 1812 - † 04/04/1886 never married. Farmer at Ardground, he left the farm to an uncle-in-law James Henderson.  4. Jane Dunn 1813 – †06/09/1865 never married. She helped out her mother in the farm house.   5. Catherine Dunn c 1814 died in infancy   6. Martha Dunn c 1816 died in infancy   7. William Dunn 18/02/1819 – †14/11/1865 died in Victoria, Australia ( photo )   8. Robert Dunn 1820 - †   died West Derby, Lancaster 16th April 1857   9. Andrew Dunn 17/12/1822 – †01/01/1893 died at Petersburg, Virginia, America. Major ADC to General Longstreet civil war.     10. David Dunn 1825 – †1845 died at Petersburg, Virginia, America.   11. Thomas Dunn 1827 – †20/12/1850 never married.   12. Alexander Dunn 24/11/1828 – †30/01/1847 never married   Of note is Robert Dunn of Tartnakelly 1764 – 1837 who married in 1793 Ann Strawbridge Family of Robert and Ann Dunn of Ballyspallen as follows  1. James Dunn born Feb 1791  2. Thomas Dunn born Feb 1793  3. Mary Dunn born July 1795  4. Robert Dunn born Aug 1797  5. Margaret Dunn born Oct 1799  6. Martha Dunn born Dec 1801  7. Nancy Dunn born June 1803  8. John Dunn born June 1805  9. Jean Dunn born Oct 1807 10.Eliza and Catherine Dunn born May 1810. The John Dunn above married Page Bragg Dunn they moved to Petersburg Virginia USA near their cousin Andrew Dunn While the Dunn's of Ardground ancestor was Robert Dunn who was alive in 1740 & house holder at Glenlough an adjoining farm to Ardground. It is unlikely John Dunn and Margaret McFarland [Glenagoorland]are his parents because records show a Robert Dunn who settled in Lower Cumber in 1650 and in 1663 was living at Glenlough, Lower Cumber, Londonderry, he must surely be the grand or great grandfather of Robert Dunn house holder at Glenlough 1740. See Hearth Money Rolls for Dunn at Glenlough. Therefore traditional history is as follows: Robert Dunn alive 1740 house holder at Glenlough Father of ; William Dunn a farmer, died 1792 at Glenlough Father of; James Dunn living at Glenlough Freeholder 1774–96 Father of: William Dunn 1769-1857 & his before mentioned brothers   There was an Oliver Dunn born circa 1740-44 who married 13 Dec. 1761 Martha Davison of Gortavea, he seems to be a brother of the James Dunn, freeholder1774 – 96   LEGAGHORY [LEGACHORY] Legaghory is an area of good farmland several miles North of the Eastern end of Bond’s Glen. While it is only five or six miles from Glenlough Dunn families appear to have arrived in Legaghory before any arrived in Glenlough. In 1730 William Dunn took a lease on land at Slaughmanus which is close to Legaghory. In 1740 a William Dunn is shown as a Protestant Householder in Legachory – probably the same William. There are no records, in Donagheady Church or elsewhere to suggest that this William came from Glenagoorland or Leitrim. While the possibility of a family connection cannot be totally excluded it appears probable that this William Dunn is not directly related to those in the Glenagoorland area. William appears to have seven sons of whom only two are currently known. These are John who remained on the farm and in 1774 appears on a list of Freeholders in Legachory. The other known son is Rev. James Dunn who graduated from Glasgow and became Minister to Faughanvale Presbyterian Church [Co. Londonderry, near Ballykelly] in 1771. Unfortunately James ran into trouble and was suspended [1783] for “celebrating marriages irregularly” and for being seen drunk in the street. In 1784 he was struck of by the General Synod for receiving the “ Regium Donum”. He and his family emigrated to America. In 1797 Robert Dunn is listed in the Cumber Yeomanry Cavalry [A volunteer force raised to protect against French invasion.] About this time a Dunn family appeared in Ervey a nearby townland, While no definite records appear to have survived to confirm the connection it is very probable that a brother of Robert married and went to Ervey. In the early 1800’s Ann Dunn born 1814, Madge Dunn born ?, John Dunn born 1817, and Samuel born 1819, are recorded in Legaghory. The last Dunn to live there was Joseph who died on 13 Dec.1886.   ERVEY Ervey lies very close to Legaghory [see above]. In 1810 a farm in Ervey is recorded as leased by Widow Dunn. The estate records show that the widow’s name was replaced by those of John and Robert Dunn [presumably her son’s]. John Dunn married Margaret Huey in 1818 [John died on 12 Nov. 1835 [aged45]. Children Margaret born 26 Dec.1819. Robert born 1820 married Margaret Browne. John born 11 Nov. 1827. Thomas born 7 Dec.1831. Robert stayed on the farm. Margaret, John, and Thomas emigrated to America. Robert Dunn married Jane Williams in 1827. Children Robert baptised 27 Jan. 1828. Jane baptised 10 Jan. 1830. Thomas baptised 1 Apr.1835. Eliza baptised 15 Sep. 1835. James baptised 19 Apr.1838. Mary baptised 1841. John baptised 1843. RRobert [jun.] and family emigrated to America on 28 March 1849.   Robert [son of John] married Margaret Browne on 29 Jan. 1846. Children James born 13 Oct.1848, died 18 Jan. 1926. John born 1849 died 16 May 1929 did not marry. William born 20 Sep. 1850, died 1936 did not marry. Emigrated to Springhill, Kansas, USA. Mary Ann born 1 Sep. 1852 died 19 Jul. 1920 married Hamilton McCool. Robert born 12 Sep. 1854 died 25 Dec.1943 married Margaret Gurney, Springhill, Kansas. TThomas born 20 Oct.1856, died 6 Mar. 1921 married Anne Jane Dunn Elbing, Kansas. Ellen Jane born 1 Apr 1859, died?, married J.H.Solomon. Emigrated to Australia. David born 6 Jul. 1861, died 1943, married Lizzie Curry, Kansas. RRachel born 30 Oct.1863, died 20 Jun.1901, married James Cairns.   James Dunn [son of Robert] married Mary Rosborough on 30 Jul.1879. Children James married Mary Jane Ritchie, moved to Scotland. Mary Ann married John Curry. Robert Henry William John Jacob Morrow ----------William John married Martha Kelly on 5 Dec.1916. Children Robert William James David George Mary Ann Samuel David George Dunn extensively investigated his family locally, in Australia, and in the USA.     Return to County Tyrone's Home Page/a>  
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Hamil / Hamill Births, Dungannon Area
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King Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1825-68
Knox Families of Ardstraw & Urney Parishes, Co. Tyrone 1827-68
Kyle Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1830-68
Larmour Genealogical Notes
Laughlin Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1822-66
Leitch & Leech Family Notes, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland 1841-79
Leslie - Births, Dungannon Area
Lindsay Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1824-69
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Love - Leckpatrick, Camus and Donagheady Parishes
Love Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1831-68
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  Chronology & Summary from this document by Ray, in Oz   Sale 13 February 1732 by Hugh EDWARDS Esquire of Castle Gore, Co. Tyrone to Hugh BOYLE of Dungiven, County Londonderry TANNER ALL the two townlands of Drumnaforby and Carronys 471 acres in the Manor of Hastings with the usual customs of the fairs and markets of the towns of Drummaforby and Drumquin and the pound of Drummaforby   during the natural life of that Hugh BOYLE, Dorrington BOYLE son of that Hugh BOYLE and William GIVEN son of Henry GIVEN of Tatteracanought, County Tyrone FARMER   Sale 13th February 1732 (same date) by the same Hugh EDWARDS to David BOYLE of Bally Godan, County Londonderry FARMER the following: All the third part of the townland Colenecrunaght and the two townlands of Kilmores in the Manor of Hastings and County of Tyrone containing the third part of said Colenecrunaght 86 acres and the said two townlands of Kilmores 588 acres   during the natural lives of that David BOYLE of Bally Godan, Co. Londonderry Dorrington BOYLE son of Hugh BOYLE of Dungiven, Co.Londonderry and Dorrington BOYLE son of James BOYLE of Newtownlemavady, County Londonderry   Sale 5th February 1736 by that David BOYLE to James BOYLE of Cavan, County Donegal all the demised premises (this is the same James BOYLE as in the 1751 Indenture   (slightly out of chronology): Sale 1 & 2 May 1732 by Hugh EDWARDS Esquire of Castle Gore, County Tyrone (Died pre 1 June 1751) to: Henry LECKY Esquire of Cooleraine, County Londonderry (by 1 June 1751 of Agivey, Co. Londonderry ) and James BOYLE of Newtownlemevady, County Londonderry, TANNER (by 5th February 1736 of Cavan, County Donegal !) (by 1 June 1751 late of Castle Gore, County Tyrone, now of the City of Dublin, TANNER) (1 June 1751 confined in the Marshalsea of the Four Courts, Dublin {is that why he is shown as “now of Dublin”?}   The following: All the woods and underwoods on the lands of Kirlish, Banacatall (Bomackatall), Carnagrew, Kilmores, Donaree, Drumeny, Drumscra, Callow and the Enoghs of Banacatall (Bamackatall); also the townland of Kirlish and two-thirds of Curraghamalkin next Drumquin and adjoining the other third of the said town which was then lately set to Joseph SPROULE, with liberty of inclosing …; also the Iron works or forge & utensils with the lands formerly set and then in the possession of William CROCKEL   1751: In a suit Henry LECKY and James BOYLE are plaintiffs and Henry CARY and Wm. HAMILTON Esquires, James MERVYN by the name of James RICHARDSON Esq, Anne his wife, Olivia EDWARDS and others are Defendants,   Andrew KNOX of Preben in the County of Londonderry and Thomas YOUNG of Lougheash in the County of Donegal Esquires appointed Arbitrators   Indenture (tripartite) 1 June 1751 (between): 1: Henry LECKY Esquire of Agivey, County Londonderry James BOYLE late of Castle Gore, County Tyrone, now of the City of Dublin, TANNER and 2: John Elliot CAIRNES Esquire of Killyfaddy, County Tyrone Galbraith RICHARDSON of Churchland, County Tyrone CLERK (they appear to be the Executors of Hugh Edwards rh) and 3: Henry CARY Esquire of Londonderry William HAMILTON Esquire of Strabane, County Tyrone James MERVYN now known as James RICHARDSON Esq of Castle Hill, County Tyrone Anne his wife of Castle Hill, County Tyrone Olivia EDWARDS of Castle Hill, County Tyrone daughter of the above Hugh EDWARDS   Agreed between the parties that: Henry LECKY and James BOYLE should transfer their titles to the said lands woods Iron works and premises to John Elliott CAIRNES and Galbraith RICHARDSON upon several trusts mentioned on a Writ marked 2700 pounds at the suit of the Executors of the said Hugh EDWARDS deceased, father of the said Olivia EDWARDS on the said James BOYLE and Henry LECKY perfecting such submission as aforesaid and executing these presents shall be forthwith enlarged and set a {t} liberty   NOW the said Henry LECKY and James BOYLE sold unto the said John Elliott CAIRNES and Galbraith RICHARDSON in their actual possession now being for one whole year by Indenture 31st May 1751 by force of the statute for transferring uses into possession:   ALL that and those woods and underwoods now standing and growing or which shall hereafter grow on the lands of Kirlish, Bomacatall, Carnegrew, Kilmores, Donaree, Drumeny, Drumscra, Callow and the Enoghs of Bomacatall as also the town and lands of Kirlish and two thirds of Curraghamalkin next Drumquin and enjoining the other third of the said town formerly set to Joseph SPROUL and also the said Iron forge or works with the utensils thereto belonging AND also all that and those the said two towns and lands of Drummaforby and Carronys containing by estimate 471 acres be the same more or less with the usual Customs of the fairs and markets of the said towns of Drummaforby and Drumquin, with the pound of Drummaforby   BOYLE Family Tree information from this document   13 Feb. 1732 Hugh BOYLE of Dungiven, County Londonderry TANNER   13 Feb. 1732 Dorrington BOYLE son of that Hugh BOYLE and   13 Feb. 1732 William GIVEN son of Henry GIVEN of Tatteracanought, [modern: Tattraconnaghty ] County Tyrone FARMER (Is he perhaps a son of a sister of Hugh BOYLE of Dungiven? rh)   13 Feb. 1732 David BOYLE of Bally Godan, County Londonderry FARMER   13 Feb. 1732 Dorrington BOYLE son of Hugh BOYLE of Dungiven, Co.Londonderry and   13 Feb. 1732 Dorrington BOYLE son of James BOYLE of Newtownlemavady, Co. Londonderry   (could this indicate that Hugh BOYLE of Dungiven, TANNER David BOYLE of Bally Godan, FARMER and James BOYLE of Newtownlemavady TANNER were all brothers?)   This would result in:   James BOYLE: (1 & 2 May 1732) of Newtownlemevady, County Londonderry, TANNER (by 5th February 1736 of Cavan, County Donegal !) (by 1 June 1751 late of Castle Gore, County Tyrone !, now of the City of Dublin, TANNER) (1 June 1751 confined in the Marshalsea of the Four Courts, Dublin {is that why he is shown as “now of Dublin”?}   at 13 Feb. 1732 had a son: Dorrington BOYLE of Newtownlemavady, Co. Londonderry   Hugh BOYLE: 13 Feb. 1732 of Dungiven, County Londonderry TANNER   at 13 Feb. 1732 had a son: Dorrington BOYLE (of Newtownlemavady ?)   David BOYLE: 13 Feb. 1732 of Bally Godan, County Londonderry FARMER   With possibly also: 13 Feb. 1732 William GIVEN son of Henry GIVEN of Tatteracanought, County Tyrone FARMER (Is he perhaps a son of a sister of Hugh BOYLE of Dungiven? rh) [i.e. also a sister of David & James]   What about Henry LECKY ? Is he a relation, or just a business associate?   Henry LECKY Esquire of Cooleraine, County Londonderry (by 1 June 1751 of Agivey, Co. Londonderry )     This INDENTURE of three parts made the first day of June 1751 [ 1 June 1751 ] Between Henry LECKY of Agivey in the County of Londonderry Esq. and James BOYLE late of Castle Gore in the County of Tyrone, now of the City of Dublin, TANNER of the first part ;   John Elliot CAIRNES of Killyfaddy in the County of Tyrone Esq. Galbraith RICHARDSON of Churchland in the said County, Clerk of the 2nd part   and Henry CARY of Londonderry Esq. William HAMILTON of Strabane in the County of Tyrone Esq. James vice?? MERVYN o(ther)wise RICHARDSON Esq Anne his wife and Olivia EDWARDS all of Castle Hill in the said County of Tyrone of the 3rd part.   WHEREAS there is now depending in the Chancery side of His Majesty’s Court of Exchequer in Ireland, a suit wherein the said Henry LECKY and James BOYLE are plaintiffs and the said Henry CARY and Wm. HAMILTON Esquires, James MERVYN by the name of James RICHARDSON Esq, Anne his wife, Olivia EDWARDS and others are Defendants, concerning matters of accounts and other things   AND WHEREAS the said parties are disposed amicably to decide and put an end to all differences and disputes between them by a reference to be had by order of the said Court and in order thereunto all the said partys have consented and agreed that Andrew KNOX of Preben in the County of Londonderry and Thomas YOUNG of Lougheash in the County of Donegal Esquires should be Arbitrators indifferently chosen and appointed finally to end and determine the same and that such award as they shall make in the premises shall be binding and conclusive to the said parties and be made the decree of the said Court of Exchequer provided the said Arbitrators duly make and publish their award in writing under their hands and seals on or before the sixth day of December next and in case the said Arbitrators cannot agree and make their award on or before the time aforesaid that the said Arbitrators shall be at liberty to nominate an Umpire to determine the same and that such Umpirage as such Umpire shall make shall be binding and conclusive to the said parties and be made the decree of the said Court provided that the said Umpire duly make and publish his award or umpirage in writing under his hand and seal on or before the 23rd day of January next as by a submission duly executed by the said partys and bearing equal date with these presents which it is agreed by the said parties should be received and made a rule of the said Court of Exchequer pursuant to the Statue for determining differences by Arbitration, relation being thereunto had may more fully and a large? Appear   AND WHEREAS Hugh EDWARDS late of Castle Gore in the County of Tyrone Esq. DECEASED by deeds of Lease and release bearing date respectively the 1st and 2nd days of May in the year of our Lord 1732 [ 1st & 2nd May 1732 ] and made between him the said Hugh EDWARDS of the one part and the said Henry LECKY by the name of Henry LECKY of Cooleraine in the County of Londonderry Esq. and the said James BOYLE by the name of James BOYLE of Newtownlemevady in the said County, TANNER of the other part did for the consideration in the said deed of Release mentioned grant bargain sell alien release and confirm to the said Henry LECKY and James BOYLE their heirs and assigns for ever All the woods and underwoods then standing and growing or that thereafter should grow on the lands of Kirlish, Banacatall (Bomackatall), Carnagrew, Kilmores, Donaree, Drumeny, Drumscra, Callow and the Enoghs of Banacatall (Bamackatall); as also the townland of Kirlish and two-thirds of of Curraghamalkin next Drumquin and adjoining the other third of the said town which was then lately set to Joseph SPROULE together with liberty of inclosing and saving from all Cattle (except the horses belonging to the tenants occupying or to occupy said lands) the woods and young growth of them or any part of them when cut down provided they shall after each fall enclose apart that part of said woods which they shall so fell or cut down with liberty to cut down fell peel strip burn and carry away the same then and as often as they the said Henry LECKY and James BOYLE their heirs or assigns shall think meet and convenient and also the Iron works or forge with the utensils thereto belonging with the lands formerly set and enjoyed with the same and as the same was then in the possession of William CROCKEL together with liberty of raising digging and carrying away Iron ore or mine in and out of any convenient part of the Manor of Hastings where he the said Hugh EDWARDS had a right of raising or carrying away the same and also liberty of cutting making and coaling turfe in any convenient part of said Manor (except the turfe bog in the possession and occupation of the said Hugh EDWARDS )?) to be employed & expended in said forge or Iron works or for the necessary uses of the person or persons occupying said land, sell with said forge or Iron works all which woods lands premises and appurtenances are situate lying and being in the Manor of Hastings and County of Tyrone and also all woods trees underwoods waifs waters watercourses commons commodities emoluments and heredits whatsoever to the same or any part thereof belonging or in any way appertaining with liberty of diggings pitts and cutting scraws and sods for making & burning charcoal and also of erecting Bark Mills and wood houses and grazing horses that shall be necessary employed in working in said woods in any convenient part of said premises (except as therein is excepted) they the said Henry LECKY and James BOYLE their heirs and assigns Yielding and paying unto the said Hugh EDWARDS his heirs and assigns the yearly rent or Sum of 130 pounds sterling payable half-yearly by equal portions at May and All Saints as by the said deed of Lease and Release relation being thereunto had may more fully and at large appear   AND WHEREAS the said Hugh EDWARDS by Indenture of Lease bearing date on or about the 13th day of February 1732 made between him the said Hugh EDWARDS of the one part and Hugh BOYLE of Dungiven in the County of Londonderry TANNER of the other part granted demised & to farm let unto the said Hugh BOYLE ALL that and those the two townlands of Drumnaforby and Carronys containing by estimation 471 acres be the same more or less situate in the Manor of Hastings together with the usual customs of the fairs andmarkets of the towns of Drummaforby and Drumquin with the appurtances and the pound of Drummaforby (excepting as therein excepted)   TO HAVE AND TO HOLD all and singular the said demised premises except before excepted unto the said Hugh BOYLE his heirs executors administrators and assigns for and during the natural life of him the said Hugh BOYLE, Dorrington BOYLE son of the said Hugh BOYLE and William GIVEN son of Henry GIVEN of Tatteracanought in the said County of Tyrone FARMER or the longest liver of them, he the said Hugh BOYLE his heirs executors administrators and assigns Yielding and paying unto the said Hugh EDWARDS his heirs or assigns the yearly rent or sum of 31 pounds 3 shillings and four pence Sterling [L31.3.4 ] by two even and equal half yearly payments Viz: at May and All Saints during the first two years of this present demise and from and after the expiration of said two years the yearly rent of fifty pounds [L50] payable by two equal moities as aforesaid with a Covenant of renewal on the death of any of the said three lives upon the payment of 3 pounds [L3] for inserting or adding a new life or lives and so to continue renewable for ever   AND WHEREAS the said Hugh BOYLE by deed bearing date the 10th day of September 1734 and indorsed on the said last mentioned Indenture of lease, assigned the said demised premises last mentioned and all his right title and interest therein to the said Henry LECKY and James BOYLE as by the said Indenture of Lease and the said Indorsement relation being thereunto had, may more fully and at large appear   AND WHEREAS by Indenture of Lease bearing date the 13th day of February 1732 and made between him the said Hugh EDWARDS of the one part and David BOYLE of Bally Godan in the County of Londonderry FARMER of the other part, he the said Hugh EDWARDS granted bargained and to farm let unto the said David BOYLE All that and those the third part of the townland Colenecrunaght and the two townlands of Kilmores in the Manor of Hastings and County of Tyrone with the appurtenances thereunto belonging containing by estimation the third part of said Colenecrunaght 86 acres and the said two townlands of Kilmores 588 acres be the same more or less (except as in and by the said last mentioned Indenture is excepted and reserved   TO HOLD {all } and singular the said last mentioned demised premises with the appurtenances excepted as therein is excepted unto the said David BOYLE his heirs executors administrators and assigns for and during the natural lives of him the said David BOYLE, Dorrington BOYLE son of Hugh BOYLE of Dungiven and Dorrington BOYLE son of James BOYLE of Newtownlemavady all in the County of Londonderry and the longest liver of them, with a Covenant of renewal for ever upon payment of 40/- [40 shillings = 2 pounds] sterling on each renewal he the said David BOYLE his heirs executors administrators and assigns Yielding and paying the yearly rent or Sum of 25 pounds 11 shillings and 5 pence [L25/11/5] sterling unto the said Hugh EDWARDS his heirs or assigns by 2 equal half yearly payments at May and All Saints for the first two years of the said mentioned demise and from and after the expiration of the said two years the yearly rent or sum of 34 pounds [L34] sterling payable by two equal moities as aforesaid   AND WHEREAS the said David BOYLE by deed bearing date the 5th day of February 1736 and indorsed on the said last mentioned lease, assigned bargained and sold unto the said James BOYLE party to these presents by the name of James BOYLE of Cavan in the County of Donegal all the said last mentioned demised premises and all his the said David BOYLE’s estate right title and interest therein as by the said last mentioned Indentures of Lease and the said Indorsement thereon, relation being thereunto had, may more fully and at large appear   AND WHEREAS it hath been concluded and agreed upon by and between the said parties that the said Henry LECKY and James BOYLE should assign transfer and make over all their and each of their rights titles and interests of in and to the said lands woods Iron works and premises with their appurtenances to the said John Elliott CAIRNES and Galbraith RICHARDSON upon the several trusts thereinafter mentioned and that and that the said James BOYLE who now is confined in the Marshalsea of the Four Courts on a Writ marked 2700 pounds at the suit of the Executors of the said Hugh EDWARDS deceased, father of the said Olivia EDWARDS, on the said James BOYLE and Henry LECKY perfecting such submission as aforesaid and executing these presents shall be forthwith enlarged and set a {t} liberty   NOW THIS INDENTURE WITNESSETH that the said Henry LECKY and James BOYLE for the considerations aforesaid and in consideration also of the sum of 5/- [5 shillings] to each of them the said Henry LECKY and James BOYLE in hand paid by the said John Elliott CAIRNES and Galbraith RICHARDSON at or before the ensealing and delivering of these presents the receipt whereof the said Henry LECKY and James BOYLE so hereby severally and respectively acknowledge have and each of them hath granted bargained sold transferred assigned remised released and confirmed and they and each of them doth grant bargain sell transfer assign remise release and confirm unto the said John Elliott CAIRNES and Galbraith RICHARDSON in their actual possession now being by virtue of a bargain and sale to them thereof made by the said Henry LECKY and James BOYLE for one whole year by Indenture bearing date the day next before the day of the date of these presents [i.e. 31st May 1751] in consideration of 5/- [5 shillings] and by force of the statute for transferring uses into possession:   ALL that and those woods and underwoods now standing and growing or which shall hereafter grow on the lands of Kirlish, Bomacatall, Carnegrew, Kilmores, Donaree, Drumeny, Drumscra, Callow and the Enoghs of Bomacatall as also the town and lands of Kirlish and two thirds of Curraghamalkin next Drumquin and enjoining the other third of the said town formerly set to Joseph SPROUL and also the said Iron forge or works with the utensils thereto belonging AND also all that and those the said two towns and lands of Drummaforby and Carronys containing by estimate 471 acres be the same more or less with the usual Customs of the fairs and markets of the said towns of Drummaforby and Drumquin with the appurtenances with the pound of Drummaforby and also all that and those the said third part ….(rest seemingly not photocopied      
  Family Tree Details from this Document   Father: James BOYLE of DRUMQUIN, County Tyrone Mother: Jane BOYLE Sons: Hugh BOYLE late of DRUMQUIN, County Tyrone; but now of DUNGIVEN, County Londonderry   Premises Demised: [Hugh Boyle’s half-Joint Tenancy–share with his brother Alexander --- from their father James Boyle of Drumquin, TO his brother Alexander ]   of the Town and Lands of Upper Kilmore of the Town and Lands of Drumnaforbe of the Town and Lands of Upper Caroney (Carony) and of two Thirds of the Town and Lands of Curraghamulkin   Lands of Ardarver   Growth of the Woods of: Collow Donaree (Dunnaree) Drummeny / Drumeny (Drummenagh?) Drumscraw (Drumscra) all in the Manner [Manor] of Hastings in the County of Tyrone   Also Hugh BOYLE’s Share and proportion of in and to the respective parts of the Several Towns and Lands of Baravey Drumnamalra Lackagh Killen Mullaghamacks (??) / Mullaghnamack (??) Abbey land(s) of Carrickaness all in the County of Tyrone   BUT NOT including Hugh BOYLE’s properties of: the Lands of Cloghan, and three Tenements and Houses in NEWTOWN LIMAVADDY County Londonderry   Witnesses: Edward McBRIDG Andrew O’NEILL   (perhaps the above Hugh BOYLE was an Attorney ??)   Side Note : “A Memorial of the within Deed was Entered in the Register Office in the City of Dublin, the Eighth day of July, One Thousand, Eight Hundred and Sixteen [ 8th July 1816 ] at Twelve O’Clock in Book 704, Page 282, No. 482618 & the Execution of Said Deed & Memorial was duly Proved pursuant to an Act of Parliament in that Case made & provided. Signed: Fras. (?) ARMSTRONG D.R. (or K)” [=Deputy Registrar or Keeper ?]   Fees & Clerk: 8/2 Registring(?) Stamps: 6 8/8     This Indenture made the Twenty third day of September in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Five [ 23rd September 1805 ] between   Hugh BOYLE late of DRUMQUIN in the County of TYRONE but now of DUNGIVEN in the County of LONDONDERRY of the one part and Alexander BOYLE of DRUMQUIN aforesaid BROTHER of the said HUGH BOYLE of the other part.   Witnesseth that the said Hugh BOYLE for and in consideration of the natural love and affection he hath for the said Alexander BOYLE and in consideration of the sum of Four Hundred Pounds Stirling to him in hand paid by the said Alexander BOYLE at or immediately before the Ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge, and thereof doth release, acquit and discharge the said Alexander BOYLE his heirs, Executors and Administrators for ever by these presents, Hath Granted bargained sold aliened released confirmed transferred Assigned and made over and by these Presents doth grant bargain sell alien release confirm Transfer Assign and make over unto the said Alexander BOYLE (in his actual possession now being by virtue of a bargain and Sale to him thereof made by indenture of Lease for one whole year bearing date the Day next before the Day of the date these presents [ i.e. 22nd September 1805 ] and by force and virtue of the statute for transferring uses into possession) and to his heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns;   all that and those the undivided half or proportion of him the said Hugh BOYLE in and to the Several and respective towns and Lands following to which he the said Hugh BOYLE and his Brother the said Alexander BOYLE were Joined Tenants by a certain Deed of release heretofore to them thereof MADE BY THEIR FATHER James BOYLE of DRUMQUIN aforesaid,   That is to say the said Hugh BOYLE’s share and proportion of one true and Equal individual Moiety: of the Town and Lands of Upper Kilmore of the Town and Lands of Drumnaforbe of the Town and Lands of Upper Caroney (Carony) and of two Thirds of the Town and Lands of Curraghamulkin   together with all and Singular the houses, out-houses, ways, Easements, Rights, Members, and Appurtenances thereunto belonging,   together with all the Interest of him the said Hugh BOYLE in and to the Lands of Ardarver   with the Growth of the Woods of Collow Donaree (Dunnaree) Drummeny (Drummenagh?) and Drumscraw (Drumscra) all which such said Lands and Premises are Situate lying and being in the Manner [Manor] of Hastings in the County of Tyrone aforesaid.   As also all and Singular his the said Hugh BOYLE’s Share and proportion of in and to the respective parts of the Several Towns and Lands of Baravey Drumnamalra Lackagh Killen Mullaghamacks (??) And the Abby land(s) of Carrickaness all which said Towns and Lands with the Appurtenances thereunto belonging are Situate lying and being in the County of Tyrone aforesaid. ???……………….??? And all the Estate Right Title property claim and demand whatsoever of him the said Hugh BOYLE his heirs Executors Administrators or Assigns at law or in Equity in and to the Same, And every part and parcel thereof with all Deeds & or writings concerning said premises or any part thereof, To have and to hold all and singular his the said Hugh BOYLE’s Title and Interest in and to the before mentioned and conveyed Towns and Lands of Upper Kilmore, Drumnaforbe, Upper Caroney, Curraghamulkin, Ardarver, with the growth of the woods of Collow, Donaree (Dunnaree), Drumeny (Drummenagh?), and Drumscraw (Drumscra) with the rights Members and Appurtenances thereunto respectively belonging unto him the said Alexander BOYLE his heirs and Assigns to his and their own proper use and behoof for Ever, and to have and to hold, all and Singular the said Hugh BOYLE’s Titles and Interest in and to the herein before mentioned and Assigned (or intended so to be) towns and Lands of Baravey, Drumnamalra, Lackagh, Killen, Mullaghnamack (??), and the Abbey land(s) of Carrickaness with all and Singular the Rights and Appurtenances thereunto belonging, unto him the said Alexander BOYLE his Executors Administrators and Assigns for and during the rest residue and remainder of the Several and respective terms for years remaining unexpired of the Leases under which James BOYLE: FATHER of the said Hugh and Alexander BOYLE derived his Title in to said Several Towns and Lands with all benefit of renewal to of and concerning the same, and all Deeds or Writings relating thereto; And (said Indenture contains cov[enants?]) the said Alexander BOYLE doth hereby for him his heirs Executors Administrators & Assigns Covenant promise and agree to and with the said Hugh BOYLE his heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns, That he the said Alexander BOYLE his heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns shall and will, well and truly protect save harmless and Indemnify as well the said Hugh BOYLE his heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns, as all and singular his Title and Interest in and to the Lands of Cloghan and three Tenements and Houses in NEWTOWN LIMAVADDY in the County of Londonderry of from & and against any past Lease(?) or possession(?) to or of the debts of James BOYLE aforesaid, the FATHER of the said Hugh and Alexander BOYLE and also of and from a certain Annuity of Fifty pounds a year charged under a certain deed of the thirty first day of August last [ 31st August 1805 ] on all and Singular the hereby granted and released Lands and Premises for the Joint lives of the said James BOYLE and Jane BOYLE his WIFE, Payable in manner therein mentioned, it being the true intent and meaning of these present and of the Parties hereunto that the said Alexander BOYLE his heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns, for the considerations aforesaid shall take all the Estate Title and Interest of him the said Hugh BOYLE his heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns in and to the Several and respective Towns and Lands conveyed Jointly to them The said Hugh and Alexander BOYLE by James BOYLE their FATHER under the aforesaid deed of the thirty first day of August last [31st August 1805 ] (save and except the Lands of Cloghan and three Tenements and Houses in Newtown Limavaddy in the County of Londonderry) he the said Alexander BOYLE his heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns protecting saving harmless and indemnifying the said Hugh BOYLE his heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns off from and against the Debts and Annuity to which said premises were made subject and liable by said Deed, and that all and every such further and other Acts Deeds and Assurances necessary in the Law for carrying the true intentions of the Parties hereunto into more Full effect shall be made and done such as Counsel learned in the Law shall reasonably advise Devise or require.   In Witness whereof said Parties have hereunto put their hands and Affixed their seals the day and year first within above written.   Signed Sealed and Delivered being first duly Stamped in presence of (the words of the Town and Lands of Drumnaforbe appearing interlined before signing and delivery   (signed): Hugh BOYLE (& sealed) (signed): Alexander BOYLE (& sealed)   Witnesses: Edward McBRIDG Andrew O’NEILL   I acknowledge to have received from the Within named Alexander BOYLE the sum of Four hundred pounds Stirling, The Consideration Money within mentioned, the day and year first within above written. (signed): Hugh BOYLE Witnesses: Edward McBRIDGE Andrew O’NEILL   H 8 23 September 1805 Hugh BOYLE To Alexander BOYLE   Release and Conveyance of Premises in County Tyrone   (circular stamp) “Landed Estates Court: Deeds Office” P(ai)d 8/8 H. BOYLE Attorney (?) 96 Capel Street (or c/of Capelss)??      
  Family Tree Details from this Document:   Father: James BOYLE of DRUMNAFORBE in the County of Tyrone Eldest Son: Reverend John BOYLE -- aged 28 = born c. 1778 Younger Sons: Hugh BOYLE Alexander BOYLE   Premises Demised:   one undivided Moiety of the Dwelling house, Offices, garden and TAN YARD,   now in the possession of Roger O’NEILL under tenant to the said James BOYLE   Situate in the town of Drumnaforbe, Manor of Hastings & County of Tyrone   (BUT NOTE: Backing-sheet said re: “Lease for Ever of House in DRUMQUIN”) !   Vendor / Lessor: Daniel Moore ECHLIN Esquire of the City of DUBLIN   Witnesses: William MOORE (any relation to Daniel Moore ECHLIN?) Edward McBRIDG       Back-Sheet details: Box no. 2450 10th September 1806 No. 3   Moore Echlin Esquire To Lease Forever of House in DRUMQUIN James BOYLE Yearly Rent 5 Pounds   (circular stamp) Landed Estates ….(office?): DEEDS OFFICE (faint: looks like): Sept. 16   Indenture: (circular stamp): 5 pence paid Printed by Order of the Honorable the Commissioner(s?) for managing the Stamp Duties --- 1804   This Indenture made the Tenth Day of September in the Year of our Lord God, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Six [10 September 1806 ]   BETWEEN Daniel Moore ECHLIN of the City of Dublin, Esquire of the first part AND James BOYLE of DRUMNAFORBE in the County of Tyrone of the other Part, Witnesseth, that the said Daniel Moore ECHLIN for and in consideration of … the yearly Rent and Covenants herein after reserved Hath demised, granted, set and to Farm let, and by these Presents Doth demise, grant, set, and to Farm let, unto the said James BOYLE ALL that and those one undivided Moiety of the Dwelling house, Offices, garden and TAN YARD, now in the possession of Roger O’NEILL under tenant to the said James BOYLE Situate in the town of Drumnaforbe aforesaid, Manor of Hastings & County of Tyrone aforesaid   And by Virtue of Bargain and sale to him thereof made by the said Daniel Moore ECHLIN in consideration of 5 shillings ster[ling] by Indenture bearing date the day next before the day of the date of these Presents [i.e.9th September 1806] and by force of the statute for transferring Uses into Possession and to his Heirs And Assigns To Have And To Hold, the said demised Premises, with the Rights, Members, and Appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining unto the said James BOYLE his Heirs and Assigns, from the First Day of November last for and during the natural life and lives of the Rev[eren]d John BOYLE, aged 28 years, Eldest son of the said James BOYLE, Hugh BOYLE and Alexander BOYLE: sons of the said James BOYLE and the survivor and survivors of them and for and during the Natural life and lives of all such other person or persons as shall from time to time forever hereafter be added hereunto by Virtue of, and in Pursuance of Covenants and Agreements hereinafter for that purpose mentioned and Contained the said James BOYLE his Heirs and Assigns Yielding And Paying therefore and thereout, yearly and every Year during the said Demise unto the said Daniel Moore ECHLIN his Heirs and Assigns the yearly Rent of Five Pounds to be paid by said James BOYLE in two equal Payments, on every first day of May and November in every Year during the said Term over and above all Taxes, Charges, and Impositions whatsoever (Quit Rent and Crown Rent excepted) , the first Payment thereof to be made on the first Day of November next ensuing the Date of these Presents. AND if the said reserved yearly Rent or any Part thereof shall happen to be behind or unpaid by the Space of twenty one Days next after the Days herein before mentioned for the Payment thereof, then and so often as it shall so happen it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Daniel Moore ECHLIN his Heirs or Assigns, into the said demised Premises or any Part thereof to enter and distrain, and the Distress and Distresses then and therefore found, to lead, drive, take away and dispose of according to Law; And if no sufficient Distress or Distresses shall or may be found on the said demised Premises to satisfy the said Rent and all Arrears thereof, then it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Daniel Moore ECHLIN his Heirs or Assigns, into the said demised Premises or any Part thereof in the Name of the Whole to re-enter, and the same to have again, re-possess and enjoy, as in his or their former Estate, any Thing in these Presents contained to the contrary in anywise notwithstanding. AND the said James BOYLE doth for himself his Heirs and Assigns covenant, promise and agree, to and with the said Daniel Moore ECHLIN his Heirs and Assigns, by these Presents that he the said James BOYLE his Heirs and Assigns, shall and will from Time to Time and at all Times hereafter, during the Term hereby demised, well and truly satisfy, content and pay to the said Daniel Moore ECHLIN his Heirs and Assigns, the said yearly Rent on the said Days and Times herein before mentioned for the Payment thereof, clear above all Taxes as aforesaid. AND that the said James BOYLE his Heirs and Assigns, shall and will during this Demise, preserve, uphold, support, maintain, and keep the said demised Premises, and all Improvements made and to be made thereon, in good and sufficient Order, Repair, and Condition; And at the End or other sooner Determination of this Demise, shall and will so leave and yield up the same unto the said Daniel Moore ECHLIN his Heirs and Assigns. And the said Daniel Moore ECHLIN doth hereby for himself his Heirs and Assigns Covenant with the said James BOYLE his Heirs and Assigns That upon the death of the said John BOYLE, Hugh BOYLE & Alexander BOYLE or any of them which shall first happen(;) upon payment of one shilling by the said James BOYLE his Heirs and Assigns unto the said Daniel Moore ECHLIN his Heirs and Assigns, so that the said James BOYLE his Heirs and Assigns may at all times for Ever hereafter have a term for three lives in being and undetermined in the Premises {rest written on the side} at …d? under the rents and Covenants – herein contained all which deeds of renewal are to be at the proper Costs And Charges of the said James BOYLE his Heirs and Assigns. AND the said Daniel Moore ECHLIN doth hereby for himself his Heirs and Assigns covenant, promise, and agree to and with the said James BOYLE his Heirs and Assigns, that the said James BOYLE his Heirs and Assigns, paying the said reserved yearly Rent, and performing the Covenants herein before mentioned, shall and may peaceably and quietly have, hold, and enjoy the said Premises, with the Appurtenances, during the Term hereby demised, without any Let, Hindrance, Interruption, or Disturbance of the said Daniel Moore ECHLIN his Heirs or Assigns, or any Person or Persons claiming or deriving from or under him them or any of them.   In Witness whereof the parties hereto have set their hands and seals the day and year first written Signed Sealed & delivered in Presence of W[illia]m MOORE Edw[ar]d McBRIDG   (signature) Dan[ie]l Moore ECHLIN Jam[e]s BOYLE      
  THIS INDENTURE made the 11 day of February in the year of our Lord 1813 [ 11th February 1813 ] between Daniel Moore ECKLIN of the City of DUBLIN, Gentleman, one of the Attorneys of the said first part, Alexander BOYLE, Lieutenant in the Royal Tyrone Militia of the second part, and James BOYLE of DRUMQUIN in the County of Tyrone, Esquire, of the 3rd part.   WHEREAS by a certain memorandum or instrument in writing bearing date the 14 day of 1758 [sic] Henry LECKY Esquire and James BOYLE therein named agree to demise the customs and pounds of Drumnaforbe and 4 acres of Land and the tenement then lately held by Colonel O’NEILL together with 4 other acres of Land then in the [“occupation” deleted] possession of one John O’NEILL and also 6 other acres of rough land under the road in Mulmachois [?] as in said Instrument particularly described situate in the Manor of Hastings and County of Tyrone unto one George GIVEN of DOORISH [?] in the said County; TO HOLD unto the said George GIVEN his heirs and assigns for 3 lives renewable for ever yielding & paying unto the said Henry LECKY and James BOYLE the yearly rent of 18 pounds sterling payable yearly for the first 14 years commencing the first day of May next ensuing the date of said Instrument and 20 pounds a year for ever after the expiration of said 14 years, payable in like manner half yearly every first May and first November and likewise paying on the fall of each life 11 shillings and 4 pence as a fine for inserting a new life in place of the life so dropped as aforesaid, AND WHEREAS the right title and interest of the said George GIVEN as such tenant as aforesaid in and to the said memorandum and agreement hath come to and is legally vested in the said Alexander BOYLE party hereto subject to the Rents ….. (rest not photocopied)      
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