2 edition of Sinclaire Family of Belfast, N. Ireland and their descendents 1660-1960 found in the catalog.
Sinclaire Family of Belfast, N. Ireland and their descendents 1660-1960
St. Claire Lappe Daub Mrs.
Written in English
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Re: Any info about Sarah "Sally" Wilson b. about Belfast, Northern Ireland Elwyn Soutter 3/06/14 Elisabeth "Lizzie" Wilson Forsyth or Forsythe of Belfast, Northern Ireland. I am seeking the family of Catherine McFarlane born in She moved to Muthill, Scotland and Scottish census lists state her place of birth as either Ireland or Belfast, Ireland. When she moved to Scotland is a mystery so far. She married William Donaldson in in .
Transcriptions from the Registry of Deeds, Dublin: Abstracts of Wills. Dublin: Stationery Office, KEY: "Full" = will registered in the testator's own words. "Narrate" = will recorded in a 3rd person singular. "Precise" = oftentimes a very short, brief will. page # = the page number from the book transcribed from. #'s left side of the name, end of will = the number in chronological. Guide to Belfast Civil Parish, County Antrim, Northern Ireland ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Parish registers, transcripts, baptism records, marriage records, and burial records. The following information is a starting point for records about the civil parish of Belfast. The information is based on locations and records before
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The Sinclaire family of Belfast, N. Ireland, and their descendents [sic], Item PreviewPages: From The Sinclair Family of Belfast, N. Ireland and their Descendantsby Mrs St. Claire Lappe Daub (USA), It is possible that the first William Sinkler of Belfast was one of two sons of Alexander Sinkler of Newtownards, Co Down (/c), the other son being John Sinkler.
The Sinclaire family of Belfast, N. Ireland and their descendants, Get this from a library. The Sinclaire family of Belfast, N. Ireland and their descendents [i.e.
descendants], [St Claire Lappe Daub]. There is a wonderful work about the Sinclairs of Ireland which I stumbled Sinclaire Family of Belfast in the New York Public Genealogy section - The Sinclaire Family of Belfast N. Ireland And Their Descendants,by Mrs.
Claire Lappe Daub of Pennsylvania. In this work, she claims that, at the Plantation of Ulster, two sons of the Caithness St. Claire. - Settlers from Devon UK, and their descendants, in Northern Ireland.
See more ideas about Northern ireland, Ireland, Devon uk pins. My family is related to the Close family of Belfast made up of 14 children some of who were Robert, Alan, William John, Maggie etc. Robert Close married Jemima Ross and William married Ann Ross- two sisters andtwo brothers and moved to New Jersey in the early 's.
Fortunately, in Scotland the early history of the Sinclairs was well documented by the Rosslyn family’s celebrated genealogist, Father Hay, and in The Enigmatic Sinclairs: The First Years () by Gerald Sinclair and Rondo B. Me, available from St. Clair Publications. Sinclair of Hopefield House. Sinclair of Ballyrussell, Comber, County Down, Northern Ireland A few notes from OPR, directories and census material.
SINCLAIR 2 MLN. SHI 12 pages Photocopy of 'Sketch of the History of Roslin and its Possessors', by Alexander Sinclair, Sketch tree of the family of Sinclair of Toft ancestral births census irish genealogical northern ireland belfast antrim family history ireland research ulster genealogy national archives old video footage burials headstones ship records graveyard church records census returns descendant family histories family names land and property passenger lists free ancestry Ireland, Famine Relief Commission Papers, 87, Belfast, Northern Ireland, The Belfast Newsletter (Birth, Marriage and Death Notices), The Sinclaire family of Belfast, N.
Ireland and their descendants, Author: Daub, St. Claire Lappe, Published: () Ancestors & descendants of Dohrman J. Sinclair and Mary Donaldson Sinclair Author: Sinclair, Dohrman J. Published: (). Center Contacts and Hours [edit | edit source]. Location & Map: Address: Holywood Road, Belfast, BT14 2GU Link to map: Google Maps Phone: E-mail: [email protected] Open Hours: Due to Covid 19 the Centre is closed until further notice.
This page features civil Marriage Records for the district of Belfast in Co. Antrim and includes full names (where possible), the year of marriage, and the quarter in which the marriage occurred.
A searchable index of all available marriage records is available here. Cited in The Sinclair Family of Belfast, N. Ireland and their Descendants by Mrs St.
Claire Lappe Daub (USA), from The Caithness Family History Book by John Henderson. He and his wife, Jean Dobie, and their young family moved to Ireland and in William was naturalised (became a ‘denizen’). Not all the early descendants of the Sinclair families established in Ulster and elsewhere during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries became farmers.
Charles Gibson Irwin qualified inserved in the RAMCand became an obstetrician and gynaecologist in Northern Ireland. Their two daughters were Mary Margaret, who married Thomas Brown Dunn of Brough, Cox and Dunn, Belfast, and Norah Emily Suffern, who married James Kerr Love Pearson, a veterinary officer with the Ministry of.
This page features civil Birth Records for the district of Belfast in Co. Antrim and includes full names (where possible), the year of birth, and the quarter in which the birth occurred.
A searchable index of all available birth records is available here. Holy Family, Belfast: - - Holy Rosary, Belfast: - Loughguile: - SINCLAIR ST PR: BELFAST: SKERRY AND RACAVAN CI: RACAVAN: SPAMOUNT Congregational, BELFAST: BELFAST: click here to view the full list Registered with The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland NIC The Hon.
Thomas Sinclair m. 2 Elizabeth Lecky Richardson, widow of his cousin, John Sinclair and had, 6. Elizabeth Dora Sinclair () m. Capt Miles Carbery; m.
2 Gordon Bald 6. William Richardson Sinclair () m. Emily Letitia Taggart in Indiana and had issue, 7. Dory Lucy Sinclair, b. ; m. Louis Loutrel w/issue.
Showing 1 - 20 results of 21 for search '"Sinclair family." ', query time: s Sort Relevance Date Descending Date Ascending Author or Name Title Call Number.About Belfast, Northern Ireland, The Belfast Newsletter (Birth, Marriage and Death Notices), This database contains images of the Belfast News-Letter, an Irish newspaper.
The collection also includes an index to birth, marriage and death notices for the years Notices from additional years will be indexed and added to this.RICHARD SINCLAIRE, of Upper Falls, Belfast, the youngest son of John Sinclaire, is now the senior representative branch of the family at present resident in Ireland.
He was born inand married Isabel McKee, who died inby whom he has issue - .