some records of families of Glenarm and Braid also some OAP

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some records of families of Glenarm and Braid also some OAP

Post by irishgen » 22 Sep 2004, 14:11

Extracted from http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/~oduibhin/cain ... ntruim.txt
see there for more on their irish or sources text

SOUTH (Glenarm and Braid)

Michael McLOUGHLIN, McKeown's Town, Braid
(Eoin Mac N├®ill, wrote:"within my recollection an old man ... who said his prayers always in Irish, being the last Irish speaker known to me south of Glenariffe."

Mrs McNEILL, Glenarm

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AREA UNKNOWN

Mrs Susan McNEILL, Knock, Belfast (wife of Seaghán) bás 2/1902
"native of Glens.. fluent Irish speaker"
but in fact Ada McNeill's mother was Nanette Astley from
Wiltshire

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OAP claims (PRONI T/550): ANTRIM

4/191: Katie Black, Ballycastle; parents John, Catherine. 1851: 12yrs.
4/202: Laverty, Ardicoan
6/14: Rose McKay, Gortaclee, Layd
6/33: McAuley, Baraghilly, Layd. Henry 18, James 16 etc. in 1851
6/42: Mary McCormick, Callisnagh; parents Michael McElvenna, Eliza Friar. 1851: Drumnacur, 5yrs. Parents married 1842.
6/47: Bridget McVeigh (n├®e McMullan), Dira or Knocknacrow, Grange of Layd
6/48: John McCambridge, Tavnaghan, Layd.
6/48: Bryan McAuley, Falmacrilly or Eshery, Layd.
6/89: Henry McAuley, Callisnagh.


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