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From: John Carpenter <>
Subject: Re: Ulster Journal of Archaeology-Index
Date: Fri, 13 Feb 1998 10:35:46 -0800 (PST)


Lew, I like these postings. Is this a current
publication that one can subscribe to? The indices
that you send always make me want to read it.

---"Lew Gregory Jr." wrote:
>
> Hello again, I don't useally comment on anything
that goes on here but I
> hear alot of irrated people complaining about the
format here, well it
> is for genealogical matter but
> Searching for your ancestors you have to have a
sense of humor or it
> will drive ya nuts, and so what if people get off
track awhile, you have
> to in this hobby "laughing", it may take the
frustration out of it, and
> who knows something may come out of it too. So I
say what the heck put
> some jokes and fun articles here too, or you may
get as stuffy as your
> ancestors are now "joking". Well heres some more
serious stuff:
>
> By the way I get a lot of e-mail on this journal,
the only thing I can
> tell you where to find this is asked your local
librarian to do an
> interlibrary/search/loan on this, it may turn up
somewhere near you or
> they can get it. Good luck Lew
>
>
> VOLUME 7, 1901:
>
> page 133; 1740, Rev. Samuel Dunlop, M.A. Dissenting
minister of
> Letterkenny.
>
> page142: Armorial Sculptured Stones of County
Antrim: (familys)
>
> Antrim Parish:page 142; Adair, page 143;
Collingwood, page 144; Clark
>
> Armoy Parish: page 144; Clark adn Dunlop
>
> Ballinderry Parish, Middle Church: page 145;
Tatnal, Old Churchyard;
> McGee
>
> Ballylinney Parish: page 146; Alexander, page 147;
Barron
>
> Ballywillin Parish: page 147; Boyd, page 148; Ross
and Stirling
>
> Kilbride Parish: page 149; Allen, page 150; Blair
>
> Kilraughts Parish: page 150; Brady, page 151;
Jamison and Moore
>
> Lambeg Parish: page 152; Wolfenden, and MacDonnell
page 153; McCollum
>
> Magheragall Parish: page 154; Watson
>
> Muckamore Parish: page 155; Waugh and Carson
>
> The Old Poorhouse Cemetery, Belfast: page 156; Lennox
>
> Skerry Parish: page 157; McCollum
>
> Page 158: Horseracing in Antrim in 1710; Family
names listed are:
> Stewart, Bryson, Wilson, Fordice,
Crawford, Duffield, Duff,
> Gray, MacCulloch, Jackson,
Johnston, Bell, Clark,
> Hanah, Campbell, Cunningham, MacMullan.
>
> Page 158: David Manson was son of John Manson and
Agnes Jamison, and was
> born in Parish of Carncastle in 1726. In
1740, he was teacher
> to the Shaw children at Ballygally Castle.
>
> Page 159: John Wilson of Antrim adn Elizabeth
Brady, daughter of the
> late John Brady of Antrim, filed marriage
intentions, Sept.
> 1799.
>
> Pages 166-171: The Agnew family in County Antrim.
From Wigtown &
> Lochnaw, Galloway, Scotland.
>
> Page 186: History of Tynan Parish in Archdiocese of
Armagh
>
> Page 191-2: Captain Cochren, 1714 of Minterburn or
Adjacent town.
>
> END
>
>

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