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FAMILY TREES

Like the visible part of an iceburg, the family trees included beneath represent a small part of the raw material that myself and others currently have. If you know what names you are seeking information on, it is often quite helpful to use the Google site specific search engine. Individual names may appear in many trees and in many other sources such as letters, wills and maps. Good luck and let me know if you find a connection and would like to share more information.

I have also posted a large family tree at: Rootsweb: silverbowl It continues to be updated on a more regular basis than many of the trees beneath and will include all the ones that have a verifiable connection to my family tree (which is most of them!). NOTE: Information on names and dates of living family members is not included in any of the trees beneath unless they are already in some public source.
Other useful Links: Raymond's site has thousands of Co. Down records, as does Ros Davies site. When dates are shown in news notices as - for example - a Friday in the previous week, a historical calendar is helpful.
Sharon Oddie Brown. July 9, 2010

Family Trees Last modified
   
Detailed Descendant Trees These trees include a great deal of family detail beyond the usual birth, death & marriage. They are extensively footnotes with sources for most data given..WARNING. If you have a slow modem, some of these files will take some time to download as they have more than 200 footnotes.
 
Outline Descendant Trees NOTE: These types of family trees are basic tree showing only name, birth, married & death.They should download quite quickly. I have noted them in red.
 
   
Bartley, George descendants Mid 1700s - This tree makes sense of many of the complex family connections between the Bartley, Reed, McKean and other families. The formatting needs work, but it is still readable. WARNING: Long file. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. November 5, 2003
George BARTLEY & Margaret ORR descendants. This is an update of the previous file - an amazing piece of work undertaken by Wendy Jack with more than 600 footnoted entries. It is divided into four sections since as a single file it is too large for my computer and software to handle with any effiiciency. Even as it is, some of the files are quite large. In time, I will find a more elegant solution to this problem. In the meantime, I wanted to share the stories.The BARTLEY family included many military men, doctors and clergy. Their commitments and fortunes took them all over the world and their stories reveal a family-sized echo of what was happening on a larger scale with the great outwash of the British Empire. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. September 5, 2005
Bartley generations 1-4 In this first section, there is considerable detail on Walter Tyler BARTLEY (see #47) who was killed in action in 1846 at the Battle of Sobraon in India. Also there is fascinating detail on Rev. John COULTER (see #31) who was influential in the movement to merge the two secessionist synods of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland and was also active in the Tenant League movement. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb.
Bartley generation 5 John Hamilton GRAY as premier of PEI hosted the Charlottetown Conference in 1863 which laid the ground work for Canada's Conferation some four years later. Regrettably for GRAY, the people of PEI rejected union at that time and he resigned. Had he stayed in office for another four years, one of life's ironies is that the Fathers of Confederation would have included two John Hamilton GRAYs - the second was premier of NB.
Acheson George Henry GILMORE, Samuel GILMORE and David JACKSON are all related to Sir Thomas JACKSON are part of the larger HSBC story. (The last I know of this Samuel GIMORE is that he was a Japanese prisoner of war in a Hong Kong hotel) NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb.
Bartley generation 6 It is in this generation that we witness the personal costs of the Boer War and WWI. Roland Ernest LORD was invalided out of Boer War in 1900, only to go back. Three brothers lost their lives: George Barlow BARTLEY DENNISS in the defence of Wagon Hill in the Boer War; Henry Barlow BARTLEY DENNISS died in 1913; Thomas Vivian BARTLEY DENNISS died of wounds in 1918. John Franklyn PETERS was killed at Ypres where he is remembered in a memorial on the same tablet as his brother, Gerald Hamilton PETERS, who went missing, presumed dead. The saddest story in my mind is that of Eric Skeffington POOLE who "had the unenviable distinction of being the first British Army officer executed during World War I." The full story is beneath. David Clements BATES also died in WWI.
Later, during WWII, Thomas Jackson HOUSTON died of dysentry as a prisoner of war in Hong Kong
We also see more connections with the Far East and banking in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Robert Thomas WRIGHT and David JACKSON, both managers at HSBC, Yokohama; John Stevenson Reed WRIGHT with the Imperial Bank of Persia, James Francis WRIGHT in Hong Kong with a brokerage. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb.
Bartley generation 7 A couple more HSBC connections are detailed here: Robert Thomas WRIGHT, Thompson BROWN{E). NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb.

Birch Family - Five Generations Early 1700s - This document is some 20 pages long with 420 footnotes and gives a detailed family tree for the descendants of James BIRCH and Mary JACKSON from the early 1700s until the middle of the 20th Century. No living persons are included. It was prepared by Wendy Jack of Australia.NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb.

August 14, 2003
Birch, James & Mary Jackson Five generations in an outline descendant tree format.
NOTE: This includes the family of the noted Thomas Ledlie Birch of 1798 fame. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb.
July 14, 2003
BREAKEY Outline family treeThe tree beneath has all the sources and details, but this is faster to download if all you want is a snapshot. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. December 4, 2005

BREAKEY This tree is likely filled with errors - particularly in the early years. Please consult it with that in mind. There is better and more complete information to be found at a web site called The Breakey Collection. In time, I shall put it all to rights. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb.

December 4, 2005
BROWNE This family tree contains 5 generations starting in 1693 and is the one that most reliably connects ancestors to my grandmother, June Edgar BROWNE. The connections to the BROWNE family tree from Sligo (see beneath) are alleged, but the links still need to be both found and proven. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. August 4, 2004
January 27, 2009
BROWNE family connections from Cowdray, Sligo & Janeville This is only an outline tree, but even at that it runs to nine pages or more. It contains the most up-to-date names and dates for the BROWNE family of Janeville, Co. Down, The Sligo BROWNEs of Westport, Co. Mayo and the Montague BROWNEs going back to the early 1400s. Not all my sources are necessarily reliable, but I have cross-referenced to the best of my ability and will fix any errors as soon as I know of them (help is always appreciated). The two related detailed trees are beneath.

August 11, 2008
August 20, 2008


Browne, Robert (mid-late 1300s) Descendants A family story from about a 100 years ago says that our BROWNE family is connected by ancestry to the BROWNEs of Sligo. In turn, the family history of the BROWNEs of Sligo (the Westport House BROWNEs) alleges that they connect back to the Montague BROWNEs of Cowdray. My conundrum is the issue of John BROWNE (d. 1588) who is the 11th entry in the 5th (and last) generation of this tree. (NOTE: I will pick up his descendants in a tree focusing on the BROWNEs of Sligo.) How John BROWNE fits into the MONTAGUE line is uncertain. Although I have him (for the moment) as a child of Anthony BROWNE, it is also possible that he was a child of Sir George BROWNE, the older brother of Anthony. August 20, 2008
Browne, John (died 1588) Descendants This is a draft tree and likely contains several errors needing the benefit of input from many careful readers (and I will make changes when notified). It is also huge - running to close to 30 pages. It incorporates the BROWNEs of Westport, Co. Mayo as well as the BROWNEs of Janeville, Co. Down. This detailed tree would not be anywhere near as complete were it not for the contributions of many kind souls. Deirdre McEvoy, Wendy Jack and William Stranney deserve special mention. August 20, 2008
Coulter: Descendants of Alexander COULTER This COULTER family tree is the one connected with the famed botanist, Thomas COULTER of Carnbeg. I suspect that the people in this tree are linked to the COULTERs of Cavananore, but since we are still missing some of the connecting bits of data - I can't prove this yet .NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. November 27, 2008
Coulter -Family tree connected to Sir Thomas Jackson This COULTER family tree is directly connected into my known family. It is possible that the “UNNAMED COULTER at the start of this tree is a son of the Joseph COULTER highlighted in tree preceding this one. If there are other descendants of this Joseph COULTER, it could also lead us to knowing where various other stray COULTERs and COULTER trees belong. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb December 8, 2008
Coulters of Mounthill. This tree connects the COULTERs of Mounthill, Shortstone, Silverbridge and Liscalgot. April 27, 2012
Coulters of Silverbridge This short tree likely shares ancestors with one or both of the first two trees. Why this family left Ireland for England in the first place, is not known. According to family lore, they returned during WWI in order to protect a son from having to serve in the military.NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. December 8, 2008
Coulters of Skyhill This very short stub of a tree will likely tie into one of the first two COULTER trees. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb.Updated. December 8, 2008
August 23, 2009
September 22, 2009
Dickie, Samuel James descendants This tree is based in large measure on a 1900s pedigree. It is lengthy and generally trustworthy (I believe), but has little in the way of back-up documentation and dates.WARNING: It may take some time to load. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. September 27, 2004
Dill, David Descendants 1640- NOTE: This is not really a very successful format, but it does contain information up to the generation of Robert MOORHEAD and the MOORE family. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. June 26, 2003
Dill, John Descendants Eight generations in an outline descendant tree format.
NOTE: There is no named wife for John Dill who was born 1620. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb.
July 14, 2003
Donaldson, John descendants This is a tree that incorporates the DONALDSON line starting with John DONALDSON who died in 1715 and includes also Randall DONALDSON whose leases of land connect him to the DONALDSONs of Cloghoge. The tree also connects to the ECHLIN family and to the will of Louisa Jane KELLY. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. June 10, 2008
Eager-Edgar Eight generations This is the family tree that leads from the EAGERs of Scotland in the time of Charles I to the connection with the BROWNE family tree in the 1870s. I am indebted to Tony Browne, and before him Michael Browne for the work which produced this tree. There may still be errors, but we will get to these.NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. August 6, 2004
Gilmore Family - Five Generations 1735 - This tree includes a few names of living persons.NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. December 5, 2003
Gilmore, Alexander & Elizabeth Birch Five Generations in an outline descendant tree format. NOTE: Alexander Gilmore was born 1735. He married Elizabeth BIRCH March 14, 1760 (Her first husband was William BREAKEY who died sometime between 1758-1760)NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. July 14, 2003
Griffin Family This tree starts in the mid-1800s. This family has close connections with the JACKSON family, although the exact link is yet to be discerned. April 28, 2004

JACKSON TREES: Currently, my main family file at rootsweb contains the most updated versions of the several of the family trees listed beneath since they link to my central tree in one way or another. When one family connects into the larger picture, then I import that tree. Check the rootsweb site for the most up to date versions of:
- JACKSONs of Liscalgot & Urker, Parish of Creggan, Co. Armagh
- JACKSONs of Coleraine tree and
- JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo.
- JACKSONs of Duddington

 

HSBC & connections to China, Hong Kong & Japan- Family trees related to the early years of people serving with HSBC.

  • SEXTON-NOBLE. On this page, I have posted the outlines of two family trees. The first is of George Edward NOBLE. The second is that of his wife, Frances Bertha Marion “Daisy” Sexton. I have also posted pieces about both of them on my blog.
  • JOHNSTONS of Ballykilbeg, Co. Down. The purpose of this tree for me is to show the roots of Lewis Audley Marsh JOHNSTON, Postmaster-General of Hong Kong in 1902- 1908
 
Jackson Family - Five Generations This starts with George JACKSON (1718-1782) of Liscalgot & Urker, Parish of Creggan, Co. Armagh in the early 1700s - This document is 16 pages long and has 267 footnotes. It was prepared by Wendy Jack of Australia. No living persons are included.NOTE: Better to go with the updated rootsweb version. August 15, 2003
Jackson, George & Margaret O'Laughlan, 1700s Five generations in an outline descendant tree format. NOTE: This tree goes from the first JACKSON we have record for in our family tree to the generation of Sir Thomas JACKSON. Hyperlinks link back to biographies on the various family members for whom they have been prepared.
July 3, 2003
JACKSONs in the Quaker line These JACKSONs started in Yorkshire and emigrated to Ireland, and then settled at Mountmellick and Dublin. Near the end of this tree, I have highlighted in red a Richard JACKSON whom I believe is worthy more attention with respect to other JACKSON lines (including mine). Also of interest, is the line of JACKSONs who were prominent in the printing trades in Dublin in the late 1700s.It would not surprise me if they turn out to be connected to the Lisnaboe JACKSONs. October 31, 2009
A Second line of Quaker JACKSONs in Kings Co. This is a second group of Quaker JACKSONs who lived in the early 1700s in the vicinity of Kings Co. but also had children born in Co. Kildare. The emigrated to America and intermarried with another Quaker family from the same region. April 3, 2012
JACKSONs of Ballyboy, Kings County Many of the Jacksons in this line ended up in Canada. There is more than one line of JACKSONs going back to the late 1600s in Ballyboy, Kings. Co. This tree is a start at one line of them. It incorporates material from a couple of trees that have been sent to me by other JACKSON family researchers, as well as other material interpolated from deeds research and PRONI, and the National Archives in Dublin. There is much more to learn here. July 21, 2011
November 2, 2011
JACKSONs - one line based in Co. Carlow & Co, Wicklow This line of JACKSONs were based in both Co. Wicklow and Co. Carlow. Some of my connections in this tree are based on fairly far fetched hunches - but I have identified them as such so I hope that any errors do not echo into posterity! As I learn more, I will fix it up. I am grateful for the help from Inga JACKSONs posts to the Carlow List Serve as well as emails from other participants on that list. June 20, 2010
JACKSONs - various trees based in Carlow Since the oral history of the JACKSONs of Urker, Parish of Creggan, Co. Armagh is that the family was granted lands in Co. Carlow, I wanted to check out records that might help us to verify or disprove this, Both would be useful. Now that DNA is complementing the paper trails that are possible through other means, this work may also be helpful to other lines of JACKSONs. In light of this, if you family ties into any of these lines, then it would be helpful to let me know so I can add to the shared memory bank.
NOTE
: I suspect that other information relating to Carlow JACKSONs will emerge as I work on the Dublin JACKSON clues.
July 2, 2010
July 8, 2010
JACKSONs of Ahanesk NOTE: This tree has been superceded by the Jacksons of Waterford & Cork tree. All future updates will be made there. This tree is interesting when looked at in connection with the Jacksons of Glanbeg. In each tree, there is a Mary WALLIS, daughter of Thomas WALLIS who marries a Jackson. In the Glanbeg tree, it is a Thomas JACKSON and in the Ahanesk tree, it is a George JACKSON. Whether this is a coincidence, or an error in the secondary sources that I used (ie. Burkes), or whether there is a relationship here still to be discovered, I do not as yet know. I have an outline tree here followed by a detailed report. July 11, 2011
Jacksons of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare There are several family branches of Jacksons of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare that will likely interconnect when more is known. None of them are extensive enough to really be called trees - branches is more like it. Shrubs, perhaps. Ballygibbon is also very close to the parishes of Ardkill and Tomahoe, where there were also JACKSONs in the early 1700s. A link is likely. February 22, 2012
JACKSONs of Brampton, in the Huntingdonshire district of Cambridgeshire,England Paulina PEPYS, the sister of the celebrated diarist Samuel PEPYS married a yeoman farmer, John JACKSON. Other than the fact that his father was a John JACKSON and he had brothers Richard and James, I do not know where he might fit into another JACKSON tree. November 22, 2011
JACKSONs of Coleraine This branch of JACKSONs starts in Yorkshire and connects to significant players during the Siege of Derry amongst other events. It is also the family tree that leads to Richard JACKSON of Forkhill. This file has had a major rewrite in June 2013. December 7, 2009
June 26, 2013
JACKSONs of Co. Cork The JACKSON name was associated with Co. Cork in the early 1600s during the first Plantation settlement. How or even if they hook up with this lot, I don't know. May 27, 2011

JACKSONs of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublin This line of JACKSONs begins abt 1500 in Derbyshire, England. The Santry family tree has been merged into this tree. I have bolded some of the names in the family tree to help other follow their connections to other lines of JACKSONs.

  • In abt 1600, Thomas JACKSON, a pewterer in London was born.
  • In 1604, Rev. John JACKSON was born. His family continued on where he had settled at Twyford, Berkshire.
  • Rev John JACKSON's grandson was Samuel JACKSON, a merchant who died in Philidelphia.
  • One of Rev John JACKSON's sons was the Rev Daniel JACKSON of Santry, Dublin, Ireland, whose descendants continued on in Ireland.
December 2, 2011
JACKSONs of Staffordshire I have transcribed wills for Alexander JACKSON and his son Abraham JACKSON. This family tree is based on these wills. December 10, 2011
JACKSONs of Co. Down The ancestry of the JACKSONs of County Down may turn out to hold valuable clues to correcting some glitches in the supposed ancestry of both President Andrew JACKSON as well as Stonewall JACKSON. More work is required and I will focus on some of it in the fall of 2010 when I plan to visit Ireland again. The trade of tanner that some of the early members of the family are engaged in is of interest since there are JACKSONs in the same time frame in Drogheda who are also connected to the tanning trades. Major update. July 28, 2010
August 19, 2010
JACKSONs of Doncaster This family began in England, and then had family in Co. Tyrone. The most significant were the two cousins who married: James Edward JACKSON & Lydia JACKSON. He became the Dean of Armagh. I have highlighted in blue the known family members who either were born, married or died in Ireland, or were otherwise known to reside there. I expect that this list will grow as I learn more. This outline is followed by a detailed report which includes sources. July 21, 2011
November 2, 2011
February 27, 2012
JACKSONs of Duddington Duddington [aka Doddingham], Northamptonshire, England  is the origin of a JACKSON family tree that rooted in Fanningstown, Co. Limerick. This family started in Northamptonshire, and had a significant number of Irish connections – family born, married or died in Ireland. I have highlighted these in blue so they are easier to see. There will likely be more to add as I continue with this work – and as other contributors  pitch in with whatever they can find. July 8, 2010
March 26, 2011
July 15, 2011
JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo originated in Sneyd Park, -probably in Kent, England. I suspect that in time, we will also find that this tree is connected to a Miles JACKSON of Co. Mayo (found there as early as 1655). July 8, 2010
August 1, 2010
JACKSONs of Glanbeg NOTE: This tree has been superceded by the Jacksons of Waterford & Cork tree. All future updates will be made there. This tree is interesting when looked at in connection with the Jacksons of Ahanesk. In each tree, there is a Mary WALLIS, daughter of Thomas WALLIS who marries a Jackson. In the Glanbeg tree, it is a Thomas JACKSON and in the Ahanesk tree, it is a George JACKSON. Whether this is a coincidence, or an error in the secondary sources that I used (ie. Burkes), or whether there is a relationship here still to be discovered, I do not as yet know. [NOTE One source says Thomas died un,arried, so I am putting Mary WALLIS with his brother George for now.] I have an outline tree here followed by a detailed report. This tree is not yet included in my Rootsweb tree. July 21, 2011
JACKSONs of Godmanchester in the Huntingdonshire district of Cambridgeshire NOTE: This is a companion tree to go with other files I have been working on. It is very much a work in progress. It is largely based on work done by a genealogist hired by Christopher Vane Percy. November 19, 2011

JACKSONs of Co. Kildare Outline Tree & JACKSONs of Co. Kildare Detailed Tree with sources. At present, I cannot say which line of JACKSONs these ones may be related to. One of the tantalizing clues is a family crest that contains a horse (see the box beneath). There are also JACKSONs still residing in some of the same townlands. They may turn out to be related.

February 25, 2012
JACKSONs of Kings Co. This is my first crack at this particular line of JACKSONs. They are not the only ones who show up in Kings Co., but they may be related to other lines in the Country. If anyone can help couple some of these together, I would be more than grateful. March 29, 2012
Minchin Jackson family tree This tree is tantalizingly close to the tree of the Jacksons of Kings Co. I do not yet know whether it will tie in to other trees I have assembled thus far. The senior George JACKSON would have been born in the latter part of the 1600s, although where, I do not know. Keep tuned in. I will update as I learn more. February 1, 2013
JACKSONs of Kings Co., Ballyboy There is more than one line of JACKSONs going back to the late 1600s in Ballyboy, Kings. Co. This tree is a start at one line of them. It incorporates material from a couple of trees that have been sent to me by other JACKSON family researchers, as well as other material interpolated from deeds research and PRONI, and the National Archives in Dublin. There is much more to learn here. July 16, 2011
JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath The sources for much of the detail included in this outline tree come from http://www.farrell-family.org/ an excellent site with hundreds of primary sources managed by Bill and Mary Farrell. I have recently separated this outline tree from a document that includes all the sources. Together on one page, they had become too large for many people to easily load and view. The most updated version is included in my rootsweb tree.

July 12, 2010
July 20, 2011
July 28, 2011

JACKSONs of Santry This tree has subsequently been merged into the JACKSONs of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublin. Updates done after January 2012 will be found there. June 20, 2010
July 8, 2010
August 22, 2010
Jacksons of Tullyvallen, Parish of Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh These little family trees can more correctly be called shrubs – they have so few twigs so far, and many of them have been grafted on with a bit more tape and glue than what I normally feel comfortable with. Still, I have cobbled them together in the theory that something is better than nothing and they can always be pruned or even turfed if they turn out to be in error. December 29, 2010
JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork NOTE: This tree was created by merging two lines of JACKSONs: the JACKSONs of Ahanesk and the JACKSONs of Glanbeg. A detailed report follows beneath. There is much more to learn here. I suspect it can be merged with other lines as I learn more. Updated substantially October 21, 2013 July 29, 2011
October 21, 2013
Jacksons of Woodfield and Kiltegan, Co. Wicklow. Much of this tree is based on hunches and scant records. May 15, 2013
Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants. The JACKSONs who were tanners in the late 1600s, are likely related to JACKSONs of Athy, Co. Kildare, and are also likely to be Quakers, or at very least, closely aligned with them through either marriages or business enterprises. See also: An Outline Tree of Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff. October 1, 2013
Descendants of Nathaniel HONE - Detailed Tree. The HONE family and the JACKSONs of Crooked Staff had a number of business ties, and at least one marriage. I have also prepared an Outline Tree. October 1, 2013
Johnston descendants of James Johnston & Elizabeth Leslie This family is already linked through the BIRCH connection, but there will likely be more connections as I pursue more of the usual elusive bits. Many thanks to Wendy Jack for the sourcing that produced this particular tree. I will never be as diligent as she and am grateful - always! August 29, 2005
Johnstons of Gilford and Gildhall This tree is of interest for two reasons. Gilford is the town where several early family members resided, principally the BIRCH family. Also, the mention of HAWKINS is a hook, given the fact of Villiers Alweyn Caesar HAWKINS who was claimed to be a cousin of Sir Thomas JACKSON. February 21, 2006
Julius, John This family had roots in Norfolk, then later in the British Colonies of St. Kitts and Nevis. They married into the DARE family, whose descendant Amelia Lydia DARE married Sir Thomas JACKSON. There are details of the DARE branch in Murray-Tollemache-Parke-Dare . June 13, 2011
Lynch, James. The LYNCH family are key to us understanding much of Sir Thomas JACKSONs connections to Cavananore in Co. Louth. I am grateful for the help that Eugene, Maria and their son Ronan have given to me over the past few years. We are still trying to track down the LYNCH roots in Co. Kildare since it was said that Patrick LYNCH (1832-1913) worked on a farm in Kildare owned by Sir Thomas JACKSON. I still do not know where that farm might be. May 2, 2012
McKean, James This is a page in progress. I will add links to Bartley and such. September 24, 2004
Martin, Allan of Ringfad This tree starts in 1773 and has many links with biographies that I have already complied. It is a first draft May 5, 2004
Mauleverer, William The MAULEVERERs go back many generations at Maghera, Co. Derry and at some point, I will add those bits in. For now, this is intended only as a complement to the story about the murder of Robert Lindsay MAULEVER. July 7, 2010
July 15, 2011
Menary, Alexander descendants Early 1800s. The link to the MENARY family is that Mary Jackson - the sister of Sir Thomas Jackson married Alexander Menary. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. November 7, 2003
Rev. Aug 2, 2005
Murray-Tollemache-Parke-Dare The MURRAY-TOLLEMAGHE-PARKE-DARE family tree is a complex and fascinating tree. There are links that go back to Gregory CROMWELL - husband of Elizabeth SEYMOUR, whose sister Jane was wife to Henry VIII. The tree starts with William MURRAY, the whipping boy of King Charles I. In the ensuing generations, there are stories of fortunes made and lost, of pirates, and bigamous marriages. In short, practically everything that could have happened to this family, from the noble, merchant and seafaring classes, did. NOTE: This was previously entered under Tollemache fmaily trees, which have since been removed. April 4, 2011
Olivers of Armagh - misc. These represent a number of OLIVER tree stubs that I had got as far as putting into a GEDCOM, but no further. I will add to them as I get time to take raw data and put them into databases. In the meantime, I wanted to cobble these together before I went to Ireland in a week’s time. September 11, 2011

Olivers of Ballyrea, Ballinahonebeg & Killynure, Co. Armagh I have highlighted my g-g-g-grandfather and my great-great-grandmother in red.  Details of this tree, including sources, can be seen on line at Rootsweb silverbowl tree.
January 20, 2012 - an updated version in a different format. This four generations of OLIVERs start in Armagh in the late 1600s and connect to my great-great grandmother, Eliza OLIVER, the mother of David JACKSON.

September 11, 2011
January 20, 2012
Olivers of Lismullydown, Co. Tyrone In this family tree, I am absolutely indebted to the research done by Harry Nicholson in his History of the OLIVER family, Lismullydown and Stragrane, Co. Tyrone. As well as the work of Maria Beattie. September 11, 2011
Olivers of Lisnacroy, Co. Tyrone This tree includes the Lisnacroy, Co. Tyrone OLIVER ancestors of Maria Beattie, one of the many thorough and generous spirited researchers who I have had the pleasure to meet. September 11, 2011
Orr, Samuel John Corbett This tree was contributed thanks to Robyn M Condliffe. NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. May 5, 2004
WRAY descendants of Henry WRAY & Jane JACKSON The WRAY family are connected to the JACKSONs of Coleraine and are included in my main tree at rootsweb.NOTE: This is also included in my main tree at rootsweb. April 10, 2010
Wright, John family descendants 1587 -
Again, the formatting is less than glorious, but still useable. Currently living people are included as well as photos of Gola & Carrachor. This is included in my main tree at rootsweb.
December 5, 2003
   

 

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