Dromara

 County Down

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McKinney Records,


D778/334

 

Lease

 Date:  13 April 1798

 Parties: Right Honorable Arthur Lord Viscount Dungannon of Belvior and

Patrick McKinny of Drin, County Down, farmer and heirs: 

 Mentioned:

John McKinny, aged 14 years, son

Alice McKinny, aged 18 years, daughter

Patrick McKinny, aged 15 years,  son of Peter McKinny of Drin

Terms:

1.       33 acres and 29 perches plantation, less mineral, water and timber rights

2.       15 pounds, four shillings and 9 pence

3.       grind all his and their corn and grain to be expended on their premises, or ground for sale at the Mill of Crossgar and pay the usual toll for grinding at said Mill and if failing, pay Lord Dungannon ten shillings for each barrel of corn or grain ground at another Mill or Miller.

4.       Keep all houses, ditches and drains in good order

 Signed:  Pattrick MKeney  (poorly written

D778/338

Lease

 Date:    3 September 1803

 Parties: Honorable Arthur Lord Viscount “Dnngannon” and

Peter McKinney of Drin, County Down, farmer and heirs: 

 Mentioned:

Margaret McKinny, aged about 9 years, daughter

Mary McKinny, aged about 7 years, daughter

Peter McKinny, aged about 5 years, son

 Terms:

1.       3 acres, 3 rods plantation measure (being one half of Bryan “McGouff’s” former holding) less mineral, water and timber rights

2.       2 pounds and 3 shillings annually

3.       grind all his and their corn and grain to be expended on their premises, or ground for sale at the Mill of Crossgar and pay the usual toll for grinding at said Mill and if failing, pay Lord Dungannon five shillings for each barrel of corn or grain ground at another Mill or Miller.

4.       Keep all houses, gardens, orchards and fences in good order

 Signed:  Peter McKeney  (adequately written)

D1954-4-508

Lease

 Date:    16 January 1804

 Parties: Honorable Arthur Lord Viscount “Dnngannon” and

Mr. John McKinney of Crossgar, County Down, Gentleman and heirs: 

 Mentioned:

Mary McKinny, aged about 4 years, daughter

James Black, aged 4 years, son of Henderson Black

Henderson Black, aged 1 year, son of Henderson Black

 Terms:

1.       3 acres, 3 rods and 35 perches plantation measure (as lately in the occupancy of Phelinny and Patrick Morgan) less mineral, water and timber rights

2.       3 pounds and 5 shillings annually

3.       grind all his and their corn and grain to be expended on their premises, or ground for sale at the Mill of Crossgar and pay the usual toll for grinding at said Mill and if failing, pay Lord Dungannon five shillings for each barrel of corn or grain ground at another Mill or Miller.

4.       Keep all houses, gardens, orchards and fences in good order

 Signed:  John McKenny  (well written)

D778/507

Lease

 Date:    12 January 1804

 Parties: Honorable Arthur Lord Viscount “Dungannon” and

Mr. John McKinney of Crossgar, County Down, Gentleman and heirs: 

 Mentioned:

Peter McKinny, aged about 7 years, son

John McKinney, aged about 3 years, son

Patrick McKinney, aged about 1 year, son

 Terms:

 

1.       31 acres, 1 rod and 17 perches of arable lands, pasture and meadow

2.       29 acres, 3 rods,31 perches of mountain all located in the townland of Drin plantation measure (as lately in the occupancy of Phelinny and Patrick Morgan) less mineral, water and timber rights

3.       26 pounds and 5 shillings annually

4.       grind all his and their corn and grain to be expended on their premises, or ground for sale at the Mill of Crossgar and pay the usual toll for grinding at said Mill and if failing, pay Lord Dungannon five shillings for each barrel of corn or grain ground at another Mill or Miller.

5.       Keep all buildings, ditches and drains in good order

 Signed:  John McKenny  (well written)


 

D778/259

 Lease

 Date:    10 January 1794

 Parties: Honorable Arthur Lord Viscount “Dnngannon” and

John McKinny of Crossgar, County Down, Farmer and heirs: 

 Mentioned:

John McKinny, aged 24 years, son

Hugh McKinny, aged 10 years, grandson and son of Peter McKinney of Drin

Matheau Flinn, aged 4 years, son of James Flinn of Drin

 Terms:

 

1.       30 acres 18 perches arable land

2.       29 acres and 3 rods green pasture (formerly held by Priest Fegan) less mineral, water and timber rights

3.       total 59 acres, 3 rods and 18 perches plantation measure in Drin

4.       25 pounds annually

5.       grind all his and their corn and grain to be expended on their premises, or ground for sale at the Mill of Crossgar and pay the usual toll for grinding at said Mill and if failing, pay Lord Dungannon ten shillings for each barrel of corn or grain ground at another Mill or Miller.

6.       Keep all buildings, ditches, fences and drains in good order

 Signed:  John McKenny  (adequately written)

 

D778/541

Lease

 Date:    16 February 1805

 Parties: Honorable Arthur Lord Viscount Dungannon and

John McKinney of Crossgar, County Down, Gentleman and heirs: 

 Mentioned:

John McKinny, aged about 5 years, son

Patrick McKinny, aged about 3 years, son

Francis McKinney, aged about 1 years, son

 Terms:

 

1.       Slate quarry now opened in the said John McKinney’s land in Crossgar and all other slate quarries in the Townlands of Crossgar  less other mineral, water and timber rights

2.       Fixed expiration of 41 years following death of final surviving son named above

3.       2 pounds, 3 shillings, 4 pence annually

4.       grind all his and their corn and grain to be expended on their premises, or ground for sale at the Mill of Crossgar and pay the usual toll for grinding at said Mill and if failing, pay Lord Dungannon five shillings for each barrel of corn or grain ground at another Mill or Miller.

5.       Keep all houses, gardens, orchards and fences in good order

6.       John McKinney to provide the tenants of Dungannon on his Dromore estate with whatever slates they require for their own use at all proper times and seasons

7.       Such supply to tenant to be charged to them at 4 shillings less per thousand  than the usual charges to strangers at the time

8.       Lease to be surrendered whenever no more slates can be found on said estate.

 Signed:  John McKenny  (well written)


 

D500/92

 Lease

 Date:  8 September 1787

 Parties: Right Honorable John, Earl of Moira, and

The Reverend Francis McKenny of Ballymacarn

   Terms:

1.       Farm tenement and parcel of land consisting of 12 acres, 1 roods and 20 perches of Irish measure bounded on the north by Lord Moira’s Domaine and Hugh Brown’s Farm, on the South by Robert Thompson’s and on the west by George Smyth’s Farms.  Located in the Townland of North Ballymacarn, Barony of Kinleany, County Down.

2.       Duration:  as long as Francis McKenny shall remain priest of the Parish of Maradroll, not exceeding 31 years.

3.       less mineral, water and timber rights

4.       11 pounds, 2 shillings and 9 pence annually

5.       do suit and service at the Courts-Leet and Courts-Baron to be held in and for the Mannor of Kinelearly

6.       grind all his and their wheat, barley, bere, Oats, malt or other grain to be expended on their premises, or ground for sale at the Mill of Ballynahich and pay the usual toll for grinding at said Mill and if failing, pay John, Earl of Moira, ten shillings for each barrel of corn or grain ground at another Mill or Miller.

7.       Keep all houses, ditches, fences, hedges, quicklets  and drains in good order

8.       Cooperate with neighbors to ensure adequate fences

 Signed:  Francis McKenny  (well written)

 

D500/92

 

Lease (Supplemental Agreement)

 Date:  Undated within Supplemental Agreement, however covers states  8 September 1787

 Parties: Right Honorable John, Earl of Moira, and

The Reverend Francis McKenny of Ballymacarn

Terms:

 Be it remembered , that before the ensealing and delivery of the within lease, it was agreed by and between the Parties that Francis McKenny shall within the Demise, all dung, compost and manure of any manner shall be gathered, and that such dung shall not be removed from the premises.  Such dung shall be kept within the premises for the use by John, Earl of Moira, or for use and benefit of the tenant.  If failing, pay John, Earl of Moira, ten shillings for each carload of such dung that is disposed of or removed outside this agreement.

 Cover:   North Ballymacarn.  Lease to The Rev. Francis McKenny during his being Priest of Maradroll, not exceeding 31 years from November 1796.  Yearly rent 11 pounds, 13 shillings and 10 pence

 Signed:  Francis McKenny  (well written)

T662/311

Summons and Plaint

Court of Common Pleas, City of Dublin

18 December 1866

 Parties: James McKenney of Drin, County Down, farmer – Plaintiff

Peter Lunday of Munnibane, County Down, farmer – defendant

 Summons and Complaint:

 

Peter Lunday is summoned to answer to the complaint of James McKenney who complains that the Defendant is indebted to the Plaintiff in the sum of 90 pounds  on account of money payable by the Defendant to the Plaintiff for work done by the Plaintiff as steward and manager for the Defendant at his request and for money to be found to be due from the Defendant to the Plaintiff on accounts stated between them, the particulars of which are endorsed and the Plaintiff prays judgement against the Defendant  to recover from the Defendant 90 pounds and the Costs of Suit. 

 

Defendant is required to appear in the Court within 12 days after service of this judgement and answer the complaint, or in default thereof Judgement shall be given according to Law.

 Abstract: 

 For six years remuneration to Plaintiff as the Steward and Manager of the Defendant at 15 pounds per year (period 28 April 1860 to 28 April 1866)

 Issued 19 December 1886

Served on 24 December 1866

Suit to solicitors filed on 29 December 1866

Defense on 14 January 1867

Judgement (date not entered)

 

J. Murland, Attorney, 18 New Gardner Street, Dublin

 

Notation:  Served personally on Tuesday 24 December 1866 at Mullinabane, CO. Down (signed James Kinneary, C.B. Officer)

Immigrants to the U.S. from Dromara or who had another type of connection with Dromara

 

ANCESTRY.COM US PASSENGER ARRIVAL LISTS

KEYWORD "DROMARA" SEARCH RESULTS

 

In November 2006, Ancestry.com made its immigration records available at no charge for several weeks.  These records were primarily ship passenger lists.  The following entries are those names found under the keywords "Dromara", "Drin", "Dree" or "Gransha" and contain individuals who were either immigrating to the US from  Dromara, or who had another type of connection with Dromara.  .

 

Name

Arrival

Birth

Departure

Vessel

Comment

 

 

 

 

 

 

James Anderson

28 Jul 1897/NYC

abt 1877

Liverpool

Majestic

Farmer; last residence Dromara; Destination Williamstown, MA;

brother Robert Anderson, Williamstown

Cassie Bickerstaff

1 Oct 1904/NYC

abt 1885

Liverpool

Campania

servant; sister Martha Bickerstaff, 409 W145th St, NYC

Samuel Hamilton

23 Nov 1899/NYC

abt 1879

Liverpool

Teutonic

Grocer; last residence Dromara

David James Henning

21 Dec 1905/NYC

abt 1885

Liverpool

Oceanic

Farmer; last residence Dromara; Destination:  Miles City, Montana; cousin William John Redmond, Rosebed Co, Lee Montana

Mary Elizabeth Mc Kay

5 Oct 1898/NYC

abt 1880

Liverpool

Majestic

Shop   Asst.; Cousin M. Miller, 345 E31 St, NYC

John Mc Kenny

13 Oct 1904/NYC

abt 1878

Liverpool

Oceanic

Labourer; Last résidence:  Drin, Dromara; Destination:  Trenton, NJ

William McCartan

10 Jul 1902/NYC

abt 1871

Liverpool

Teutonic

Labourer; Last residence Dromara; destination Browns Mills, NJ;  cousin L. McEvoy, Browns Mills, NJ

Bridget McCormick

19 Oct 1905/NYC

abt 1870

Queenstown

Teutonic

Servant; last residence Dromara; destination Newark, NJ; brother John McCormick, 432 Hill St, Newark, NJ

Margaret M McKenny

14 May 1901/NYC

abt 1868

Liverpool

Oceanic

Weaver; last residence Dromara; destination Holyoke, Mass.; returning home to Holyoke, MA

Mary McKey

23 Oct 1895/NYC

abt 1871

Liverpool

Teutonic

Servant; last residence Dromara

Eliza Miller

23 Oct 1895/NYC

abt 1865

Liverpool

Teutonic

Housekeeper; last residence Dromara

Mrs. Ellen Ohanlon

25 Sep 1902/NYC

abt 1865

Liverpool

Majestic

Housewife; last residence Dromara; husband John O'Hanlon, 477 9th Ave, NYC

John Scott

21 Dec 1905/NYC

abt 1884

Liverpool

Oceanic

Farmer; last residence Dromara; Destination:  Miles City, Montana; cousin William John Redmond, Rosebed Co, Lee Montana

John Smyth

10 May 1893/NYC

abt 1875

Moville

State of

Nebraska

Farmer; last residence Dromara; destination Pittsburgh, PA

Isaac M. Hart

7 April 1906/Portland

abt 1880

Liverpool

Canada

School teacher; last residence Dromara

Robert Hugh Campbell

6 Jan 1926/Detroit

abt 1895

Montréal

 

Wife Elizabeth; Born Dromara; father David Campbell, Dromara

Anna Armstrong

14 Aug 1911 Philadelphia

abt 1879

Liverpool,

Merion

Housekeeper; last residence Dromara; sister C Armstrong, Dromara; destination:  Philadelphia (Homesburg),

Andrew Bryson

13 Oct 1913 Philadelphia

abt 1887

Liverpool

Merion

Motorman; Housekeeper; last residence Belfast; Born Dromara; Mother M Bryson, Kinallen, Dromara; traveling with wife Emma, age2 20 and infant Josephine

Anna M Healey

20 Sep 1908 Philadelphia

abt 1890

Liverpool

Westernland

Domestic; last residence Dromara; Relative Rodon Healey, Dree, Dromara; Cousin  Frank McCullough, 2347 At Albans St, Philadelphia

James McManus

14 Aug 1911 Philadelphia

abt 1911

Liverpool

Merion

infant; last residence Dromara;

Maggie McManus

14 Aug 1911 Philadelphia

abt 1890

Liverpool

Merion

Wife; last residence Dromara; Destination Pittsburgh; husband Sam. McManus 126 North Pacific Ave, Pittsburgh

Alfred Patterson

27 Jul 1896 Philadelphia

abt 1893

Liverpool

Indiana

child; last residence Dromara;

James Patterson

29 Jun 1895 Philadelphia

abt 1878

Liverpool,

Southwark

Shopman

Margaret Patterson

27 Jul 1896 Philadelphia

abt 1852

Liverpool,

Indiana

Wife; last residence Dromara; relative, son James Patterson, Philadelphia

Patrick Rogan

24 May 1896 Philadelphia

abt 1864

Liverpool

Rhynland

butcher; destination Boston

Agnes Allen

20 Oct 1910 Boston

abt 1893

Liverpool

Ivernia

born Gransha, Dromara: last residence Dromara; Father Richard Allen, Gransha, Dromara; destination Charlestown Mass.; sister Mrs. Hughes, 11 Bocrett St., Charlestown, Mass;

David Allen

24 May 1897 Boston

abt 1879

Liverpool

Catalonia

farm labourer; last residence Dromara; destination Boston; brother William Allen, 27 ½ Harvard St., Brookline, Mass.

Lizzie Atchinson

14 May 1908 Boston

abt 1882

Liverpool

Ivernia

Housewife; last residence Dromara; Father Mr. Bingham, Thynallen, Dromara; brother George Atkinson, Dorchester, Mass

Henrietta Barr

25 Sep 1911 Boston

abt 1888

Londonderry

Parisian

Child nurse; last residence Dromara; born Dromara; father Samuel Barr, Dromara; final destination Roxbury, Mass, brother John Barr, 147 Hillside Street, Roxbury

Minnie Barr

25 Sep 1911 Boston

abt 1884

Londonderry

Parisian

Domestic; last residence Dromara; born Dromara; father Samuel Barr, Dromara; final destination Roxbury, Mass, brother John Barr, 147 Hillside Street, Roxbury

Samuel Barr

15 Apr 1909 Boston

abt 1890

Liverpool

Saxonia

farm labourer; last residence Dromara; destination Boston;  father Samuel Barr, Sevalarcagh, Dromara; sister Minnie Barr, 43 Bay Street, Boston Mass

Ellen Beattie

16 Apr 1923 Boston

abt 1903

Liverpool

Megantic

Shirt maker; born Dromara; aunt, Mrs, McKee, Belfast; finale destination Atlantic, Mass; father J. Beattie, 348 Hancock St., Atlantic, Mass.

Josephine Beattie

16 Apr 1923 Boston

abt 1921

Liverpool

Megantic

Scholar; born Dromara; aunt, Mrs, McKee, Belfast; finale destination Atlantic, Mass; father J. Beattie, 348 Hancock St., Atlantic, Mass.

Mary Beattie

16 Apr 1923 Boston

abt 1895

Liverpool

Megantic

Domestic; born Dromara; aunt, Mrs, McKee, Belfast; finale destination Atlantic, Mass; father J. Beattie, 348 Hancock St., Atlantic, Mass.

Rose Beattie

16 Apr 1923 Boston

abt 1901

Liverpool

Megantic

shirt maker; born Dromara; aunt, Mrs, McKee, Belfast; finale destination Atlantic, Mass; father J. Beattie, 348 Hancock St., Atlantic, Mass.

Rose Beattie

16 Apr 1923 Boston

abt 1873

Liverpool

Megantic

Housewife; born Dromara; sister, Mrs, McKee, Belfast; finale destination Atlantic, Mass; husband J. Beattie, 348 Hancock St., Atlantic, Mass.

Thomas Beattie

16 Apr 1923 Boston

abt 1893

Liverpool

Megantic

Barber; born Dromara; aunt, Mrs, McKee, Belfast; finale destination Atlantic, Mass; father J. Beattie, 348 Hancock St., Atlantic, Mass.

Robert H Chambers

1 Jun 1924 Boston

abt 1882

Liverpool

Laconia

labourer; born Dromara; last residence Dromara; brother D. J. Chambers, Dree, Dromara; friend Mrs. Buchannan, 301 Washington St., Brookline, Mass.; has return ticket for 7 Oct 1924 on Samaria

William J C Clinghan

16 Feb 1930 Boston

abt 1913

Liverpool

Lancastrian

farmer; born Dromara; last residence Tullynesky, Dromara; father Thomas Clingham, Finnis, Dromara; cousin William Mercer, 154 Harvard St., Brookline, Mass.

William J Corbett

22 Apr 1923 Boston

abt 1900

Londonderry

Cameronia

farm labourer; last residence Dromara; born Dromara; father James Corbett, Kilkinamurray, Gransha, Dromara; final destination Everett, Mass; sister Mrs. Sarah McClean, 42 Vine Street, Everett, Mass.

Lizzie Dalzell

31 Jul 1912 Boston

abt 1888

Liverpool

Franconia

Housewife; born Aughnaskeagh; last residence Dromara; mother Mrs. McFranklen, Aughnaskeagh, Dromara; final destination Wellesley; husband Mr. Dalzell, Wellesley, Mass.

Mabel Dalzell

31 Jul 1912 Boston

abt 1909

Liverpool

Franconia

child, last residence Dromara; born Dromara; father Mr. Dalzell, Wellesley, Mass.

Meta Ervin

31 Oct 1912 Boston

abt 1889

Glasgow

Numidian

Nurse; last residence Dromara; born Dromara; relative S. Ervin, Dromara;

Stanley Ervin

31 Oct 1912 Boston

abt 1891

Glasgow

Numidian

Farmer; last residence Dromara; born Dromara; relative S. Ervin, Dromara;

Fred Fee

8 Sep 1923 Boston

abt 1899

Londonderry

Cameronia

farm labourer; last residence Dromara; father James Fee, Dromara

Sarah Gamble

23 May 1926 Boston

abt 1899

Liverpool

Caronia

drapers assistant; born Dromara; mother Mrs. Gamble, Gransha, Dromara; final destination Cambridge, Mass,   brother G. Gamble, 454 Broadway, Cambridge, Mass

Sarah Gamble

25 Oct 1939 Boston

abt 1899

Belfast

American Merchant

clerk, last residence Cambridge, Mass; born Dromara; brother J. Gamble, Orpan Drive, Belfast; brother George Gamble, 475 Broadway, Cambridge, Mass.

John Henry Graham

14 May 1908 Boston

abt 1887

Liverpool

Ivernia

labourer; born Gransha, Dromara;  last residence, Dromara; father Mr. Graham, Gransha, Dromara; brother James Graham180 Longwood, Boston

Robert mcMurray Graham

28 Apr 1922 Boston

abt 1903

Liverpool

Samaria

farmer; born Dromara last residence Dromara; uncle John Payton, Gransha, Dromara; brother John Graham, 41 Harvard Street, Brookline, Mass.,

James Hamilton

24 Oct 1910 Boston

abt 1880

Londonderry

Parisian

salesman; born Dromara; last residence Mullaghern, Down; friend Mrs. Stanley, 59 Summit Ave., Winthrop, Mass.

Minnie Johnston

17 Sep 1908 Boston

abt 1886

Liverpool

Saxonia

domestic; born Dromara; last residence Dromara, father James Johnston, Aughaskeagh, Dromara; brother Mr. Johnston, 66 Chestnut St., Brookline, Mass.

Maggie Mathews

27 Aug 1893 Boston

abt 1873

Liverpool

Scythia

spinster; last residence Dromara, destination Lowell, Mass.

Maggie Mathews

27 Aug 1893 Boston

abt 1873

Liverpool

Scythia

hemstitcher, last residence Dromara, brother R. Mathews, 72 Gotham Street, Lowell, Mass.

Sarah Mathews

8 Nov 1896 Boston

abt 1867

Liverpool

Catalonia

housekeeper, last residence Dromara; husband Robert Mathews

Joseph McBurney

10 Apr 1912 Boston

abt 1875

Liverpool

Franconia

chauffer; born Dromara; last residence Cambridge, Mass., brother Samuel McBurney, 13 Atlantic Ave., Belfast; brother James McBurney, 345 Brooklyn St., Cambridge, Mass

James McClung

27 Feb 1908 Boston

abt 1882

Liverpool

Saxonia

Farm labourer; last residence Dromara; father Thomas McClung; brother William McClung, 904 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass; Born Dromore

Annie McCullough

27 Jul 1930 Boston

abt 1892

Liverpool

Cedric

clerk; last residence Boston; born Dromara; brother Daniel McCullough, Burrendale, Newcastle, Down; sister Mrs. Margaret Boudern, 550 High Street, Medford, Mass

Francis J McCullough

27 Jul 1930 Boston

abt 1882

Liverpool

Cedric

hardware merchant; last residence Boston; born Dromara; brother Daniel McCullough, Burrendale, Newcastle, Down; sister Mrs. Margaret Boudern, 550 High Street, Medford, Mass

Francis J McCullough

17 Dec 1933 Boston

abt 1880

Southampton

Laconia

merchant; last residence Boston; born Dromara; brother Daniel McCullough, Burrendale, Newcastle, Down; sister Mrs. Margaret Boudern, 550 High Street, Medford, Mass

Joseph J Mercer

27 Aug 1933 Boston

abt 1906

Galway   Ireland

Laconia

Riding instructor; born Dromara; last residence Brookline, Mass.; father James Mercer, Moybrick, Dromara; sister Margaret Mercer, Moybrick, Dromara;  aunt Rachel McKnight

Joseph John Mercer

17 Dec 1928 Boston

abt 1906

Liverpool

Laconia

farm labourer; last residence Dromara; born Dromara;  father James Mercer, Moybrick, Dromara; aunt Rachel McKnight, m154 Harvard Street, Brookline, Mass.

Martha Mercer

17 Jul 1912 Boston

abt 1886

Liverpool

Laconia

waitress; last residence Dromara; born Dromara; father Mr. Mercer, Moybrick, Dromara; brother Douglas Mercer, 118 Dean Road, Boston

William G Mercer

27 Aug 1933 Boston

abt 1910

Galway

Laconia

Store Manager; born Dromara; last residence Brookline, Mass.; father James Mercer, Moybrick, Dromara; sister Margaret Mercer, Moybrick, Dromara;  aunt Rachel McKnight

William Patterson

12 Jun 1913 Boston

abt 1875

Liverpool

Cymric

farmer; born Dromara; last residence Dromara; brother James Patterson, Finnis, Dromara; destination St. Clair, Michigan; cousin James Patterson, Brockway/Grange Yale, St. Clair

Robert James Rankin

22 Jun 1930 Boston

abt 1907

Liverpool

Franconia

farming; born Dromara; last residence Dromara; father Francis Rankin, "enagh", Dromara; destination Waltham, Mass., aunt Lizzie Stewart Patterson, Stanley Road, Waltham, Mass.

Samuel G Rankin

4 Mar 1913 Boston

abt 1893

Londonderry

Scandinavian

farm labourer; born Dromara; last residence Aughnaskeagh, Dromara; destination Morrison, Washington; brother Robert James Rankin, c/o C&O Nursery, Morrison, Washington

William R Rankin

4 Mar 1913 Boston

abt 1897

Londonderry

Scandinavian

farm labourer; born Dromara; last residence Aughnaskeagh, Dromara; destination Morrison, Washington; brother Robert James Rankin, c/o C&O Nursery, Morrison, Washington

Samuel Redmond

17 Apr 1914 Boston

abt 1894

Liverpool

Arabic

farm labourer; born Dromara; last residence Dromara; Mother Mrs. Redmond, Gransha, Dromara; sister Annie Redmond, Longwood Avenue, Boston, Mass.

Annie Shaw

17 May 1913 Boston

abt 1882

Liverpool

Cymric

housewife; last residence Killyleagh, born Dromara; husband J. Shaw, box 34, Rochester, New Hampshire

Annie Shaw

17 May 1913 Boston

abt 1911

Liverpool

Cymric

last residence Killyleagh, born Dromara; father J. Shaw, box 34, Rochester, New Hampshire

Jeannie Shaw

17 May 1913 Boston

abt 1904

Liverpool

Cymric

last residence Killyleagh, born Dromara; father J. Shaw, box 34, Rochester, New Hampshire

Martha Shaw

17 May 1913 Boston

abt 1908

Liverpool

Cymric

last residence Killyleagh, born Dromara; father J. Shaw, box 34, Rochester, New Hampshire

William Shaw

17 May 1913 Boston

abt 1906

Liverpool

Cymric

last residence Killyleagh, born Dromara; father J. Shaw, box 34, Rochester, New Hampshire

Jane Elizabeth Skelly

31 Oct 1912 Boston

abt 1903

Glasgow

Numidian

domestic; born Dromara; last residence New York (six years) , father John Skelly, Dromara

Samuel Skelly

31 Oct 1912 Boston

abt 1888

Glasgow

Numidian

farmer; last residence Dromara; born Dromara; relative John Skelly, Dromara; sister Jane Skelly (USA)

Martha Smell

Apr 1899 Boston

abt 1879

Liverpool

Canada

domestic; last residence Dromara; born Dromara; relative John Skelly, Dromara; sister Jane Skelly (USA)

Bella Smyth

Oct 1900 Boston

abt 1873

Liverpool

New England

servant; last residence Dromara

Elizabeth Agnes Smyth

14 May 1908 Boston

abt 1884

Liverpool

Ivernia

housewife; born Dromara; last residence Dromara; relative Hugh Smyth 186 Commonwealth Ave, Boston; father Mr. Bingham, Thynallin, Dromara

Mary Smyth

Oct 1900 Boston

abt 1883

Liverpool

New England

servant; last residence Dromara

William H Smyth

27 Feb 1908 Boston

abt 1876

Liverpool

Saxonia

chauffer; born Dromara; last residence Gransha, Dromara; father John Smyth, Gransha, Dromara;

Isabella Truesdale

9 Nov 1911 Boston

abt 1852

Glasgow

Numidian

Born Dromara; brother James Duff, Keisters, Bolder, Colorado

Robt Truesdale

9 Nov 1911 Boston

abt 1872

Glasgow

Numidian

Born Dromara; uncle James Duff, Keisters, Bolder, Colorado

Martha M Walker

30 Jul 1893 Boston

abt 1852

Liverpool

Cephalonia

Last residence Dromara; husband R. Walker

Robert Walker

30 Jul 1893 Boston

abt 1886

Liverpool

Cephalonia

Child; Last residence Dromara

Samuel Walker

30 Jul 1893 Boston

abt 1888

Liverpool

Cephalonia

Child; Last residence Dromara

William J Walker

30 Jul 1893 Boston

abt 1882

Liverpool

Cephalonia

Child; Last residence Dromara

Eliza Wallace

27 Aug 1893 Boston

abt 1872

Liverpool

Scythia

Servant; last residence Dromara, final destination Cambridge, Mass., uncle H Kerr, 18 Helland, Cambridge Mass.

Henry Mc Manus

15 Feb 1929 Detroit

abt 1895

 

 

 

Elijah McEwen

14 Sep 1937 Detroit

??02

 

 

 

Ruth McEwen

14 Sep 1937 Detroit

abt 1871

 

 

 

Charles McManus

3 Feb 1931 Detroit

abt 1868

 

 

 

Louisa Thomni

24 Mar 1914 Detroit

abt 1896

 

 

 

 

GRANSHA/MOYBRICK

 

Name

Arrival Date

Birthdate

Departure Port

Vessel

Comments

 

 

 

 

 

 

Agnes Allen

20 Oct 1910 Boston

abt 1893

Liverpool, England

Ivernia

Last residence Dromara; born Dromara; father Richard Allen, Gransha, Dromara; sister Mrs. Hughes, 11 Bocrett Street, Charleston, Mass.

John Henry Graham

14 May 1908 Boston

abt 1887

Liverpool, England

Ivernia

Labourer; last residence Dromara; born Gransha, Dromara; father William Graham, Gransha, Dromara; brother James Graham, Longwood, Boston, Mass.

Esther Irving

12 May 1910 Boston

abt 1891

Liverpool, England

Cymric

Child nurse; last residence Gransha;  born Gransha; father William Irving, Gransha, Down; US relative:  Minnie Irving

Thomas McKee

17 Mar 1913 Boston

abt 1879

Liverpool, England

Carpathia

Farmer; last residence Gransha; born Gransha; wife Mrs. McKee, Gransha, Dromara;

Eva McBurney

17 Mar 1913 Boston

abt 1909

Liverpool, England

Carpathia

Child; last residence Gransha; born Gransha; mother Mrs. J McBurney, Ballywood, Down; father David McBurney, 414 Washington, Summerville, Mass.

Ellen Mooney

26 Apr 1896 Boston

abt 1879

Liverpool, England

Bothnia

Seamstress; last residence Gransha; Uncle Dan Mooney, Boston

Martha Smith

16 Jun 1894 Boston

abt 1875

Liverpool, England

Gallia

Servant;  last residence Gransha; brother Robert Smyth, Boston

Robert Smith

25 May 1893 Boston

abt 1875

Londonderry, Ireland

Nestorian

Labourer; last residence Gransha; Sister Bella Smith, 27 Allenton St, Boston

Margaret Gilmore

11 Mar 1900

NYC

abt 1872

Liverpool

Etruria

Dressmaker; last residence Gransha;

Thomas Steele

26 Mar 1908 Philadelphia

abt 1872

Liverpool, England

Haverford

Tailor; last residence Dromara; born Gransha; friend James Ervine, 1249 S 22nd St, Philadelphia

Elizabeth Rooney

17 May 1903 NYC

abt 1885

Liverpool

Cedric

Servant; last residence Dree; sister Agnes Rooney, Box 881, Post Office, Rye, NY

Maggie Rooney

17 May 1903 NYC

abt 1883

Liverpool

Cedric

Servant; last residence Dree; sister Agnes Rooney, Box 881, Post Office, Rye, NY

James Searight

5 May 1928 Boston

abt 1906

Liverpool

Caronia

Labourer; last residence Dromara; Born Crossgar; Father John Searight, Gransha, Dromara; uncle Paxton Boyd, 47 Hancock Ave, Newtown, Mass.