collaborate on a one-name-study on the MCADOREY's?

Trying to locate all the McAdory-McAdorey worldwide but mainly Co. Antrim

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collaborate on a one-name-study on the MCADOREY's?

Post by Anonymous » 11 Jun 2004, 08:17

Looking for anyone researching MCADOREY, STUART or REID of County
Antrim. My Great-grandfather Denis MCADOREY died October 12th 1929 and is buried in St McNissi/St Olcan burial ground in Randalstown, County
Antrim. He was a farmer/wheelwright/coffin-maker, married twice first to
Ellen STUART and then to Ellen REID and had five children: Mary, Ellen,
Henry b. 1877, James b. 1879 and Denis b. 1880.
My great-grandfather's siblings are reported to have emigrated to the US
and Canada.
Is anyone doing/or willing to collaborate on a one-name-study on the
MCADOREY's of County Antrim? Does anyone have an appropiate Ellen STUART or Ellen REID in their family trees?
Best wishes
Mark Lusby
http://uk.geocities.com/mark.lusby@btop ... story.html

Anonymous

still working on McAdory

Post by Anonymous » 19 Mar 2005, 03:21

Hi Mark, if you're still out there, I'm still working on the US line. We can trace back to Thomas & Ann leaving port Antrim in 1768 on Brig Dungannon. Am coming to Scotland in April 05 and hope to get to Antrim at that time. Email me direct if you'd like at Pundah@aol.com.
Tammy McAdory
Charleston, SC US

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McAdorey Antrim US Canada GB

Post by marklusby » 03 Sep 2005, 11:26

Dear listers
I am collecting information on the McAdorey surname worldwide and a summary can be found on my website
http://www.lusbyfamilyhistory.com/McAdo ... story.html
Mark Lusby
Derry
N Ireland
http://www.lusbyfamilyhistory.com

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McAdorey

Post by kbwills » 04 Mar 2006, 05:12

JUst an isolated fact about the Larne sept of the McAdoreys.

A Mary Ann McAdorey (or McAdorrey) married an Arthur Wills on 12 Dec 1898 in St Macnissis church; married by Rev E Macartan. The event was witnessed by Agnes Shields and Hugh (either Shields or Springoll); The source is the online database of the Ulster Historical Foundation. There are two records - presumably corresponding to the civil and church records, which gives rise to the variant spelling and the difference in the witness names.

Regards
Kieran

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