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Genealogy in Armagh.
This Armagh genealogy group is dedicated to helping people with researching their ancestors in County Armagh, offering a genealogy chatroom, Armagh genealogy links and an Armagh genealogy message forum.
Latest Activity: Apr 13
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Looking for information on Isabella Douglas Irwin and her husband Robert Irwin. They lived in Northern Ireland, likely in Armagh. They had two sons that moved to Ware, Massachusetts in the 1870's, Douglas Irwin (1851 -1925), who married Mary Reid…Continue
Looking for early/mid 19th century data on the white family of around Mullantine and Portadown. A son of this family, Richard white, journeyed to South Africe just before the Boer War. He returned to the UK in 1915. His decscendants are known, but…Continue
Looking for information about a Vallely family from Allistrath, Co. Armagh. I dont kbnow the mothers name, the father was called Terry, they had four daughters, Breige, Josephine, Patsy (Patricia) and Peggy. Breige and Josephine later lived in…Continue
I have a description from a newspaper of the death of a Matthew Wilson, one of the Callan St. Wilson's, who was killed in 1916. His name is inscribed on a WW1 memorial at Thiepval. I think that is in Flanders (Belgium). He was married at St Mark's…Continue
I dont know much about my names at all. Dunbar, Wilson, Gollan, McDowell. I do know that the DUNBARs originated in Scotland and moved to Northern Ireland very early on, when I dont know. Areas in Northern Ireland are Belfast and Armagh. If…Continue