2 edition of Thomas Greer of Dungannon found in the catalog.
Thomas Greer of Dungannon
John Willdridge McConaghy
Written in English
|Statement||John Willdridge McConaghy.|
|The Physical Object|
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|Number of Pages||377|
Thomas Wright wrote to his fellow Quaker Thomas Greer of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, pressing him to allow his nephew to come to Pennsylvania: ‘I believe with approbation I might venture to think that he or any young man may have ten chances to one to make a File Size: 1MB.
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There is an interesting book available at Google Books titled"The impact of the domestic linen industry in Ulster" By W. Crawford. I know - it sounds boring but it isn't. Beginning on page 38 is "The Market Book of Thomas Greer, a Dungannon Linendraper, /9" The word draper is apparently no longer used by means a merchant.
Thomas Greer, born 14 November - Tyrone, Northern Ireland, deceased 5 April - Dungannon, Tyrone, Northern Ireland aged 78 years old Married 2 April to Sarah Greer, born in - Redford, Tyrone, Northern Ireland, deceased 19 April - Rhone Hill, Dungannon, Tyrone, Northern Ireland aged 72 years old.
This book is a hands on guide for finding your family in Tyrone- some family history is included - but it is not a gigantic collection of family histories. (For that see 'The Book of Irish Families, great & small', the first book in the Irish Families series by O'Laughlin.).
The Royal School is a public mixed school located in Dungannon, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It was one of a number of 'free schools' created by James I in to provide an education to the sons of local merchants and farmers during the plantation of Ulster. Per genealogy library reference book, the following individuals owned one acre or more of land in Co.
Tyrone, Ireland, the latter part of the s. Caroline Greer, address Bernagh, Dungannon, owned 14 acres. Edward Greer, address Omagh, owned acres. Thomas Fergus Greer, address Rhone Hill, Dungannon, owned acres. (Friends Records, Dublin) - Thomas Baker being indicted at Dungannon Assizes for not coming to the public worship was, by Judge Alexander ordered to remain in prison without bails or mainprize.
- Thomas Sawyer for not paying sevenpence to the repair of the seats and glass windows of the parish worship house of Benburb had taken from him, a pewter dish worth two. Thomas Greer maintained a book recording his transactions in a number of Brown linen markets. From the Market Book of Thomas Greer 2 Dungannon mo Wm Hinshaw sold twenty five yards of linen at thirteen and a half pence per yard.
Wm Hinshaw sold twenty five yards of linen at seventeen and a third pence per yard. Dungannon The domestic linen industry left an indelible imprint on Ulster history.
It was introduced by colonists from the north of England in the 17th century, before the arrival of the Huguenots, and encouraged by the landlords to improve their rentals. Earnings from raising flax, spinning yarn and weaving cloth, provided farming families with regular incomes that enabled them to lease small.
There are 2 Commonwealth burials of the war in Tullanisken Holy Trinity Church of Ireland Churchyard. Grave 43 is the family plot which contains the grave of Rev Richard Ussher Greer. Grave 45 is the final resting place of Private Thomas Patterson. Neither of the two have a CWGC gravestone.
Desertcreat Parish Tithe Applotment Book, FIN 5A/97/1 Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia len_swindley[at] Greene, Miss, Thomas street Greer, George, Rhonehill Greer, Mrs., The Grange, Moy H. M., house and rent agent, Dungannon Hart, Thomas, tenter, Milltown street Harton, W.
J., hardware and seed merchant, Irish street to the suffering it caused. For that reason, it conveys the reality of the calamity in a much more telling way. The book is. Robert D. Watt, 2 books William M. Grier, 2 books David Alan Grierson, 2 books Julian A.
Greer, 1 book Etta S. Greer, 1 book Barbara Geer Funk, 1 book William Greer Peck, 1 book Samuel T. Geer, 1 book Edward Akers Greer, 1 book Olive (Bell) Daniels, 1 book Jack Thorndyke Greer, 1 book Olive Bell Daniels, 1 book Brent Holcomb, 1 book Pamela E.
Old Age Pension Claims, Barony of Dungannon FHL Film # Pension Claims - Dungannon Transcribed & submitted by Ordette Webster oban[at]smart[dot]net[dot]au.
Over documents, being the correspondence of the GREER family of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, mainly letters to and from Thomas GREER (). The correspondence contains much information on the linen trade, exports to America, the Quaker movement, etc., - Court Cheque Book.
Repository: Public Record Office for Northern Ireland PRONI 54 John Nevin Lisnabragh Lisnabragh 55 James Saul Galgorm Galgorm 56 Hugh Crawford Annaghmore Castledawson 57 Thomas Greer Maghremisk Dungannon Co Tyrone 58 Samuel Simpson Derrykeehan Derrykeehan 59 James Simpson Derrykeehan Derrykeehan 60 Samuel Johnston.
Per genealogy library reference book, the following individuals owned one acre or more in Co. Armagh, Ireland, the latter part of the s. Note, an unusual first or middle name may be the surname of an allied family. Thomas GREER Married 29 SeptemberLurgan, Armagh, Northern Ireland, toRachel Morton Thomas GREER Married inIreland, to Ann Henderson with Thomas II Greer Surname: Location: Document: Date: Reference: GADDES John: Taghnevan / Arm: Rent agreement: c D GAFFIKIN Robert: Belfast: Billhead carver build: c T She married Thomas GREER b: m: 11 Aug d: in of Rhone Hill & Tullylagan, Co.
Tyrone 10 Thomas GREER () b: d: in of Tullylagan, C. Tyrone 10 Mary GREER () b: d: Ulster Ireland and Co. Tyrone Genealogy. Research sources such as church of Ireland records, birth, death marriage records, tith and trade directories, newspaper articles and.
Thomas Greer & Co, linen drapers and bleachers Dungannon, County Tyrone J & TM Greeves Ltd, flax spinners Belfast, County Antrim Edward Gribbon & Sons Ltd, linen manufacturers Coleraine, County Londonderry.
Thomas McDonnell and Mary Jane Bleaks were married in the Parish of Arboe on Mar.9, Ellen McDonnell or Mack Donnell and William Henderson were married in the Parish of Arboe on Feb.2, Edward McDonald (father, Edward McDonald) and Nancy Anne Doogan (father: John Doogan) were married in the Parish of Arboe on Mar, =Malcolmson,Rachel +Lurgan =Walker,Henry +Portadown =Pepper,Thomas +Richhill =Ankettle bookseller +Armagh =Crozier,William +Tanderagee.
=Greer,Thomas +Dungannon =Craig,Samuel discount shopkeepers. ADBUS BOOK CLOTH LINEN. BIRTH:of Laurel Hill, Dungannon, Tyrone, No Ireland DEATH: 12 FebLurgan, Armagh, No Ireland Father: Thomas BOARDMAN Mother: Eleanor GREER Family 1: John GREER Linen Merch or Blch.
MARRIAGE: 24 JulGrange, Tyrone, No Ireland Eleanor Jane GREER Amelia GREER Elizabeth GREER Thomas GREER Robert John GREER. thomas greer clonfeacle tyrone St McCartan RC Cemetery, Augher WILLIAM SHORTT UNKNOWN CLOGHER TYRONE.
Full text of "The register book of marriages belonging to theVol Part 2" See other formats. =Ankettle bookseller +Armagh =Crozier,William +Tanderagee.
=Greer,Thomas +Dungannon =Craig,Samuel discount shopkeepers. ADBUS BOOK CLOTH LINEN: 24 - 28 June 3: quarters different regiments establishment Regiment Horse troops +Tullamore +Philipstown +Bandon +Tallagh +Cappoquin +Dublin.
4th +Carlow +Tullow +Athy. Thomas H. Aiken, address Dungannon, owned 1 acre. Miss Alcorn, Reps. of, address Drumardnagross, Trillick, owned 62 acres.
Per genealogy library reference book, the following individuals owned one acre or more of land in Co. Tyrone, Ireland, in the latter part of the s: Thomas Fergus Greer, address Rhone Hill, Dungannon, owned. of Dungannon, to the east. of Clogher, to the south. of Omagh, partly to the weft; but a large portion of it lies between the baronies of Strabane and Clogher, and meets the barony of Dungannon on the east.
The above baronies are divided into parishes, as follows. The barony of Strabane contains, 1. Donaghedy. Leckpatrick. Caamus. Find used and rebuilt auto parts in Dungannon, VA on Yellowbook. Get reviews and contact details for each business including videos, opening hours and more. What is Whitepages people search.
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Do you by chance know if this William (Greer) of Dungannon has brothers James, John, Thomas, Joseph, and possibly a brother George.
My info tells me these were brothers that came to Ontario inalong with an Alexander Greer & Samuel Greer (brothers), and another Joseph Greer with wife (brother to Alex and Sam?), possibly cousins to the.
Reference # Greer Papers, include letter from Thomas Phelps, Moyallon to Thomas Greer, Rhone Hill, Dungannon, stating that the present income of my late brother's estate in Co. Tipperary & in the city of Limerick amount to £1, 9 Sept GREER from Northumberland - Thomas of Dungannon was a notable merchant and active friend and his life and interests are well document in the GREER papers at the PRONI HARLAND The HARLAND family originally from Yorkshire were a strong Lurgan Quaker family.
George and Michael HARLAND arrived in America in The Glenanne gang or Glenanne group was a secret informal alliance of Ulster loyalists who carried out shooting and bombing attacks against Catholics and Irish nationalists in the s, during the Troubles.
Most of its attacks took place in the "murder triangle" area of counties Armagh and Tyrone in Northern Ireland. It also launched some attacks elsewhere in Northern Headquarters: Glenanne, County Armagh, Northern.
This book aims to provide an illustrated and informed commentary on the major linen families and the magnificent houses they lived in along the Upper Bann Valley.
Areas included are those associated with South Down, Banbridge, Gilford, Lurgan, Portadown, Tandragee, Armagh and Dungannon, with a study of seventy nine houses. Page 54 - GREER - Erected by Isabella Greer in memory of her husband, David Greer of N.T.
ARDS who Departed this life on the 3rd January,aged 78 their granddaughter Agnes Greer who Departed this life 30th September,aged six their son Thomas who Departed this life 1st January,aged 29 the.
Welcome to the Cahans Project. Upcoming Events In the s and early s Presbyterians came to the Ballybay area of Co Monaghan in sizeable numbers. They began to worship together at Derryvalley, 2 km west of Ballybay.
The first congregation was known by the parish name of Tullycorbet. About the first minister, Humphrey Thomson Continue reading Welcome →.Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your .Among signers were: John Hinshaw, Alice Hinshaw, Robert Greer, Mary Greer, Jacob Hinshaw, Deborah Greer, Susanna Greer, Thomas Greer, Benjamin Marshall.
At the Meeting at Grange near Charlemont, 1 Mo. 25, S, one William Hinshaw produced an acknowledgment for marriage by a "priest." Jacob Hinshaw, son of William and Mary, died 6 Mo. 10,