The Davisons ofKnockboy, Broughshane, County Antrim by Alexander Davison

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Statementby Alexander Davison ; with an introduction by the Count of Clandermond.
ContributionsDavison, John Andrew Brodie, Count of Clandermond, 1954-
The Physical Object
Pagination(15),109,(5)p. :
Number of Pages109
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Open LibraryOL15358592M
ISBN 100952383802

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Frances Anne’s inheritance – her County Antrim Estate – consisted of a mere score of townlands with a total annual rental Broughshane some £2, (2) During her absence she entrusted this to her land agents, Thomas Davison, to ; John Lanktree.

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The Davisons were a mixture of Presbyterian and C of I, and I think these McKillops may have been too. Were James. Broughshane lies three-and-a-half miles north-east of County Antrim book, and is situated in the Parish of Rocavan, Barony of Lower Antrim PUBLIC WORKS Raceview Woollen Factory—R.

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Die Materna von Kwietnitz Saga reference - FAMILY GENEALOGIES. HARKNESS, Alexander: 29 years old Alexander Harkness, Ply/, Royal Marine Light Infantry, was the son of the late John and Mary J. Harkness, of Knockboy, Broughshane, Co. Antrim, and he was a native of Ballygarvey, Ballymena, Co.

Antrim. SKERRY, in the Barony of Antrim, County of Antrim, and Province of Ulster: a R, valued in the Kings Books at 2 pounds sterling; and united to the R of Racavan, time immemorial; and Episcopally united, into the V of Glynne: a church, at Broughshane, in the parish of Skerry, in tolerable order; and Money is raised to complete its repair: no Glebe, or Glebe House, in the Union: The Rev.

ABorn at Carncoagh, Broughshane on the 17 Septemberhe was a labourer and the son of John and Hannah J. Ritchie, nee Ross, of Carncoagh, Rathkenny, Co. Antrim, Ireland. He listed his uncle Thomas Ritchie, Rathkenny as his next of kin when he embarked on the 4th March with the 4th Reinforcements 1st Battalion, E Company.

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He is buried Contalmaison Chateau Cemetery, Somme. He was born in Broughshane on the 7 Decemberworked as a clerk at the Old Bleach Linen Factory, Randalstown and he enlisted in Antrim.

He was the youngest son of James and Mary Anderson, Shane's Cottage, Randalstown. James was then employed by Lord O'Neill. Irish Census Fragment Larne, County Antrim.

Genealogy documentary sources are scarce for the 18th and early 19th centuries due to the destruction by fire in of most of the public records of Ireland. Name, Position in Household, Marital Status, Age, Occupation, Birth Place.

Census Return Fragments For Larne, County Antrim, Ireland. Survey of the ‘Sixteen towns or Mannor of Clananise’, County Tyrone: Estate Records 57 Tenants Manor of Brownlows-Derry, County Armagh, c Estate Records Tenants on the Upton Estate, Templepatrick, County Antrim, Estate Records From Judith Purdy of Fleetwood Avenue, Kamloops, B.C., Canada, we learn of James McCloy from County Antrim who was born in December and emigrated to Mornington Township, Perth County, Ontario, Canada, prior to Family legend has it that he came with two brothers one of whom went to the U.S.

James married Ellen Hawkshaw and they. According to the book "Clans and Families of Ireland by John Greenham published byThe Wellfleet Press of Edison New Jersey the name Mackeown (and a number of variants) is almost entirely of Scottish origin and derives from Eoin Bissett (now there's a name to conjure with) who arrived in the Glens of Antrim in the 13th century.

Aboutshe married farmer William Davison of Shillanavogy, parish of Racavan, County Antrim, born about The Davisons had lived in the parish of Racavan for some time; Andrew Davison of Ballygelly townland and James Davison of Broughshane Upper townland are both included in the Hearth Money Rolls.

William Henry Davison, 1st Baron Broughshane, KBE, FSA, JP, DL ( – 19 January ) was a British peer and Conservative Member of Parliament (MP) for Kensington South for twenty-four years. Davison was born in Broughshane, County Antrim, the son of Richard Davison and his wife Annie née Patrick.

He was educated at Shrewsbury and graduated from Keble College, Oxford, in with a. Genealogical records for Racavan in Antrim, Ireland. Click on a place-name below to see its Griffith's Valuation record. Click on or for its census return.

Church of Ireland; Parish Baptisms Marriage Burials; Aghalee: - - Antrim: - Ballinderry: - - Ballyclug: - Per genealogy library reference book, the following individuals owned one or more acres of land in Co.

Antrim, Ireland, the latter part of the s: 1. Andrew Davison, address Dungonnell, Antrim, owned acres. James Davison, address Cross, Ballymena, owned 53 acres. John Davison, address Bellahill, Ballycarry, owned 18 acres.

Hewitt, Roberta (), Political Activist of Belfast Belfast, County Antrim;Larne, County Antrim Hewitt, John C (fl ), aviation historian of Ireland Ireland. Sir William Brown, 1st Bt. was born on 30 May at Carncairn, Broughshane, County Antrim, Ireland G.

2 He was the son of Alexander Brown and Grace Davison. 1 He married Sarah Gihon, daughter of Andrew Gihon and Elizabeth Brown, on 1 January at Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland G. 2 He died on 3 March at age 79 at Liverpool. Reference: D/L/1 Title: Deputy Court Cheque Book for County Antrim.

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