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From: "Lyn" <>
Subject: Re: [NIR-ANTRIM] Need Larne gravewtone transcription lookup orwhohasit
Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2011 07:52:12 +1000
re money to relatives in the US - I found notices in the US newspapers
about mine who were back in Ireland. Might be worth searching
there...perhaps vice versa?
> -----Original Message-----
> [mailto:] On Behalf Of Lyn
> Sent: Tuesday, 21 June 2011 7:23 AM
> To: 'Dora Smith';
> Subject: Re: [NIR-ANTRIM] Need Larne gravewtone transcription
> lookup or whohasit
> Hi Dora
> This is probably her
> Templecorran Graveyard.
> McKinstry Here lieth the body of Roger McKinstry who departed
> this life 19 Feb 1798 aged 24 years. And also his wife
> Esther McKinstry alias Gorden who departed this life 07 May
> 1810 aged 77 years. Also their son Samuel McKinstry who
> departed this life 12 Dec 1860 aged 78 years. And of Jane
> Hill his wife who died 26 Apr 1847 aged 68 years. Also
> their daughter Esther Gordon McKinstry who died 19 Apr 1885
> aged 68 years.
> McKinstry Erected by Eliza Campbell in memory of her mother
> Matilda McKinstry who died 02 Mar 1867 aged 55 years. Also
> her father Samuel McKinstry who died 23 May 1888 aged 87
> years. Also her granddaughter Maggie McMaster who died 23
> Jan 1911 aged 28 years. And her husband James Campbell who
> died 12 Dec 1913 aged 73 years. Also the above-named Eliza
> Campbell who died 03 Jun 1918 aged 79 years. And her
> daughter Jane McMaster, died 17 Nov 1959. Also her son
> Robert Campbell, died 24 Feb 1960. James Hay, husband of
> Charlotte Hay, died 24 Nov 1965.
> There are a stack of McKinty buried there too.
> In Oz.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From:
> > [mailto:] On Behalf Of Dora Smith
> > Sent: Tuesday, 21 June 2011 5:38 AM
> > To:
> > Subject: [NIR-ANTRIM] Need Larne gravewtone transcription lookup or
> > who hasit
> > There is a book that contains transcriptions of the
> > cemeteries of Larne. I need to know more about Esther
> > McKinstry, who according to the LDS Civil Registration
> Indexes, died
> > in Larne between April and June of 1885, leaving money to
> relatives in
> > the U.S.
> > I want to know who was related to her. She died unmarried,
> > the last of her family in Ireland, allegedly, so she's
> > probably buried among her McKinstry kin.
> > If anyone has access to this book, could you please look up
> > this information.
> > Otherwise, I'd like to know who to contact to determine
> where she is
> > buried. I'm learning more about what were the historical
> > of Presbyterian and Scotch-Irish importance in Larne than who to
> > contact for a records search.
> > Thanks!
> > Yours,
> > Dora Smith
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