LARMOURs OF DERRYKILLULTAGH TOWNLAND, BALLINDERRY

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John Gallagher

LARMOURs OF DERRYKILLULTAGH TOWNLAND, BALLINDERRY

Post by John Gallagher » 11 Feb 2006, 21:42

Researching the Larmour Family. Six families originated in Ballinderry, and five in England. Have the 1851 census returns, and willing to share any information with anyone interested.
My maternal G Grandmother was MARY JANE SMYTH LARMOUR, and my GG Grandfather was ROBERT LARMOUR. Keen to get back prior to 1851 and find out more roots :( Any help appreciated.

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6 divided by 2 is the answer: 5
Location: Ballymena, Co Antrim, Northern Ireland

Post by maggie0408blue » 28 Jun 2008, 15:37

Hi
My G grandfather was Samuel Larmour married to Mary Jane nee McFarland/McFarlane from Kilcorig, Lisburn. They were married in Lisburn Civil Reg Office on the 6th Feb 1892. They had the following family Samuel, Margaret/Marjorie, Mary Jane, Elizabeth/Lizzy, Henry/Harry, Rebecca, and Frederick. Would our families be connected? Could you help me further?
Maggie :)

Christopher

Re: LARMOURs OF DERRYKILLULTAGH TOWNLAND, BALLINDERRY

Post by Christopher » 11 Jan 2009, 19:16

Hello Maggie,

I hope this may be of some assistance.

Irish Census Fragment - 5, Derrykillultagh Townland , Ballinderry County Antrim (1851)

Matthew Larmour, head, W, 79, farmer
James Larmour, son, M, 40, farmer
Jane Larmour, sister in law, M, 35, none
Margaret Larmour, grand daughter, U, 6, at Anderson School
William Larmour, grandson, U, 5, at Anderson School
Matthew Larmour, grandson, U, 3, at Anderson School
John Larmour, grandson, U, 1, none
Easter Larmour, grand daughter, U, 3m, none
James Peel, servant, U, 16, farm labourer
Catherine MasLondonderry, servant, U, 12, house servant

I don't know what MasLondonderry means.

Christopher

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