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I have annotated this table with footnotes that indicate where we might profitably look next in terms of seeking connections to the known family tree and at the same time to connect with what has been learned from other tables. There is still a lot more to learn. As always!
Sharon Oddie Brown. December 12, 2008

Updated: Footnotes April 27, 2012.

 

1796 COULTER Flax growers: Premiums for growing flax

 

 

Surname

First Name

Parish

County

Looms/

Wheels

Notes

Coulter

Jane

Finvoy

Antrim

1

 

Coulter

John

Finvoy

Antrim

2

 

Coulter

Alexander

Finvoy

Antrim

1

 

Coulter

Andrew

Derrynoose

Armagh

2

 

Coulter

Andrew

Mullaughbrack

Armagh

2

AKA Mullaghbrack

Coulter

Samuel

Armagh

Armagh

2

 

Coulter

James

Mullaughbrack

Armagh

2

AKA Mullaghbrack

Coulter

Samuel

Kilsherdney

Cavan

1

AKA Killashandra

Coulter

John

Stranorlar

Donegal

2 wheels.

 

Coulter

John

Stranorlar

Donegal

2 wheels.

 

Coulter

James

Stranorlar

Donegal

2 wheels.

 

Coulter

James

Killemard

Donegal

1 wheel.

AKA Killymard

Coulter

Robert

Donaghmore

Donegal

3 wheels.

 

Coulter

William

Killemard

Donegal

1 wheel.

AKA Killymard

Coulter

John

Killemard

Donegal

1 wheel.

AKA Killymard

Coulter

Matthew

Kilclief

Down

3

 

Coulter

William

Newtown

Down

1

AKA Newtownards

Coulter

James

Kilclief

Down

3

 

Coulter

George

Enniskillen

Fermanagh

1

 

Coulter

Oliver

Aughavey

Fermanagh

2

AKA Aghavea

Coulter

Thomas

Enniskillen

Fermanagh

1

 

Coulter

Joseph

Maherycross

Fermanagh

1

AKA Magheracross

Coulter

Joseph

Enniskillen

Fermanagh

3

 

Coulter

James

Maherycross

Fermanagh

1

AKA Magheracross

Coulter

John

Enniskillen

Fermanagh

1

 

Coulter

John

Aughalurher

Fermanagh

1

AKA Aghalurcher

Coulter

Charles[1]

Cregan

Louth

1

AKA Creggan.

Coulter

Henry[2]

Phillipstown[3]

Louth

1

AKA Philipstown

Coulter

Joseph[4]

Parish of Dundalk

Louth

1

 

Coulter

James[5]

Aughnamullin

Monaghan

1

 

Coulter

James

Kilmore

Monaghan

1

 

Coulter

David[6]

Arigle

Tyrone

4

AKA Errigal Keerogue

Coulter

James

Kildress

Tyrone

2

 

Coulter

John

Dromore

Tyrone

3

 

Coulter

William[7]

Aughalow

Tyrone

4

AKA Aghaloo

 



[1] Charles COULTER - There is a Charles COULTER, son of James COULTER and brother of Henry who is most likely this person.He married Mary McCORMICK There was also a Charles COULTER who was a church warden at Creggan Church in 1783. A Charles COULTER also appears in the Creggan Church Registry in 1775 and 1776.

[2] Henry COULTER - There is a Henry COULTER, son of James COULTER and brother of Charles who is most likely this person..He had a son, Ralph, of Carrickastuck. Perhaps significantly, a Henry COULTER has a will probated in 1817. He was from Gortomlet, Co. Tyrone.

[3] Phillipstown. In 1788, a John COULTER had a will probated. He was from Carrickastuck, Parish of Phillipstown. I would suspect that he was related to the Henry COULTER.

[4] Joseph COULTER. It is possible that this was the son of Alexander COULTER (1637-1721) of Lisnawolly. We know nothing as yet about him.

[5] James COULTER. There is a John COULTER of Monaghan in about the same time frame who was a linen merchant of Ballybay. He married Jane BARTLEY and one of their children was the much better documented Rev. John COULTER (1796-1877) of Lossett, He is likely connected to the COLTERs mentioned in the Brownlow Leasebook: "That parcel of Billiblagh late in COLTERS possession”. The two – James and John – are also likely connected. Another of John COULTER & Jane BARTLEY’s children married Samuel GILMORE of Liscalgot, Parish of Creggan. This leads me to suspect that there is a more than passing relationship between the COULTERs of Monaghan and the COULTERs of Co. Louth. We do know that 20 years earlier, there was a James COULTER and a John COULTER in “five towns” Co. Louth. The townland of Cavananore would be a good bet for the two of them.

[6] A David COULTER had a will probated in 1808. He was from Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. There was also a David COULTER who was a freeholder in 1753 at Cladymore, Parish of Kilclooney, Co. Armagh and again in 1819, 1825 & 1832  (not likely the same David COULTER).

[7] William COULTER. In 1763, a William COULTER had a will probated. He was from Mullaghmore, Co. Tyrone. There is possibly a connection.

 

 

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