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CUNNINGHAM of IRELAND
AUGHNAMULLEN,
COUNTY MONAGHAN

PART 2: PEDIGREES
See also PART 1: HISTORY
at http://www.scribd.com/doc/76153318

CUNNINGHAM of Aughnamullen, Carnaveagh, Ballybay, Carrickatee, Cormeen, Clontibret, IRELAND

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c.1818
John Cunningham = Jane Anne (Presumption: ‘Jane’ was a witness to son James’ 1855 wedding,
Royal Irish Fusiliers
born Aughnamullen 1775 |
and the name of their eldest grandchild;by the same token their first grandson was named John)
9th Light Dragoons 1797-1814 |
(Irish Rebellion 1798; Peninsular War 1811-13 |
Badajoz 1812).
Farmer: Carnaveigh |
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1855
James 1821-1879 (Will) = Mary McCombs 1830-1905 (1901 Census); of Creeve in 1855.
Aughnamullen (Church of Ireland)
1855-78 At Carnaveagh | Dau of James McCombs of Carrickatee? & Rachel Connelly b.1798, married in 1806
? Farmer of Carrickatee | James & Mary’s marriage cert signed by “Jane Anne Cunningham”,
| Father of groom: “John Cunningham (farmer of Carnaveagh)”
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Samuel 1861-1942 = Elizabeth Anderson
John
William Henry = Lilian Loughlin Jane Madeline
Mary (‘May’ or ‘Pu’) c1870-1955
James
Canada 1883-91 (Railways) | McBride 1862-1944
1859-1940 b.1868 Ballybay | b.1877 Belfast 1858-1937 Companion to the musician Howard Ferguson b.1865
Born Carrickatee. Farmer of | Dau of Joseph & Sarah (Australia Draper & Tailor, | They had 10 children |
(1908-99) at Hampstead, London from 1923 (Australia
Carnaveagh (1890) and then | McBride of Creeve
1885) Rugby Ave, Belfast | 9 living in 1911. (Australia when he was 15. Howard became a composer 1887
Mountain Lodge Demesne. | (m.1855 Aughnamullen
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Died Belfast 1934 | Died 1960
1887) and musicologist. May travelled with him to with Jane)
Died Clontibret.
| when Crimean pensioner)
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Presbyterian. Will |
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the USA and Canada for 4 months during his
Church of Ireland
| Joseph: R Scots Fus. Crimea \|/
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See page 2.
teacher Harold Samuel’s tour in 1927.
| wounded at Inkerman 1854. See page 2
See page 3
(Ref “Letters of Gerald Finzi & Howard Ferguson”, Boydell Press 2001)
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Rio 1931-35
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Arthur John 1898-1923
Margaret Mary = Joseph Irwin Sarah Eliz. (Betty) Estella Jane = John Curry Mabel = Maxwell Olive 1901-82 = Fred Yorke Sylvia Maud
Royal Irish Fusiliers 1916-19
1892-1980 | Farmer
1894-1958. Artist
1896-1986 | Farmer
1900-81 | Reed*, Worked in Brazil | Mill manager 1904-33
died of his wounds 5 years
Dressmaker | Glen Rockcorry Joined Aunt May
Clontibret | d.1947
| Farmer c.1928-51. Lived | Cheshire.
First wife of
after the war.
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in Hampstead
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d. BC, Canada |_d. 1983 Maxwell Reed* who
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then married Mabel
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Golders Green
Rev. Arthur Curry Samuel Maxwell Billy Sheilah = Peter
Ann = Bill D Bressmer
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died 1996
1936-2012 1944-2010
_________________________________|_________________Irwin____________________________________________________RCAF Pilot Oakville, Canada
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Archibald
Joseph, Arthur,
George David, Irene Elizabeth = Bobby
Helen, = Harry Eva Mildred, = Jim Mabel,=Dr Eddie Stella = Matthew Alexander
Sam Hugh Farmer Farmer
Builder,
Jane,
Nurse Robinson
Nurse Carleton Nurse
Wilson Nurse Knox,
Little. Farmer, of
to USA.
= Joy (bachelor) Gloucestershire
Soldier
Builder
Farmer
Belfast
Freame Mount, Cootehill
=.Peggy
Wilkin
= Ena Hoey
Ballybay
Fannin
20/6/15
9th Dragoons

CUNNINGHAM of AUSTRALIA

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Descent from John & Jane Cunningham, children of James Cunningham and Mary McCombs of Aughnamullen, Ireland (Page 1)
1887
c.1892
John Cunningham 1859-1940 = Eliza Mitchell 1863-1942 (dau of Robert Mitchell & Jane McBride
Sister of John: Jane Madeline Cunningham = John Henry Hill
m. Melbourne, but living in Sydney.
of Aughnamullen)
1858-1937 b.Ballybay. d.Sydney |of Auburn in 1915.
Both born Aughnamullen/Ballybay, Ulster | 1884-5 Eliza sailed Plymouth to Sydney on the Abergeldie.
Arrived Sydney from London on the Orizaba Sep 1887 | Of Concord West,
He arrived NSW 8 Oct 1885. | Died Petersham, buried Rookwood, both in Sydney.
with younger brother James aged 22________________| Sydney 1930
Boot maker. Poet? In Sydney c.1897: | Her 5 sisters emigrated to Australia leaving 2 brothers in Co. Armagh.
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1930 at Leichardt, 1933-37 Lang, Petersham |
Grace = Victor R Sylvia Mary
Samuel Walter b.1893,
He died Annandale, Sydney |
b.1898
b.1896. Tailoress died at Auburn NSW 1915
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May b.1888 = William Rushton
Samuel Robert b.1890 = Alice Couper James Henry (Harry) John M (Jack) Ruby = Cyril James Lilly John Laura Reidy = William Edward
Melbourne, | Avalon, Sydney
b. Melbourne d.1933 | 1894-1959
b.1895 Melbourne
1899-1943
She b.1898 Petersham. 1893-4 died
1900-87 | 1901-76
Victoria
| 1952.
Professional violinist, Boot maker. | b. Hobart
WW1 Western Front, b. Petersham, He was POW in WW1
young b.Yass NSW | b. Petersham
Piano
| Baritone
married Sydney |
(Aus Infantry) badly wounded.
Sydney
and was tortured.
d. Sydney | m. Petersham
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NSW Tramway Service. d.1965
Sydney.
Dau of John Joseph & Edith Reidy | d. Sydney, NSW
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William Ernest Dorothy Joan = Howlett
Charles T 1916-60 =
Jean = Lindsay Miller b.1918 William Robert
Alice (Ruby) Rita Joyce Elizabeth (Betty)
Teacher Dentist
b.1929 |
WW2 Aus Artillery |
1920-2003 | of Fadden, Canberra
b.1923 1927-88
b.1920
b.1922
1926-88,. m.1944
Sydney m. Marie.
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Accountant NSW |
| & Bayview NSW m. Margaret. unmarried m. J ack
m.1944 Stan Leslie Wiseman
Violinist Sydney
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Skilled violinist |
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Manukau, NZ
Buchanan Elliott 1916-75 b.1925
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Jeffrey Elise Warwick
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See page 4
See page 4
See page 4
See page 4
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(New Zealand)
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*Peter Charles b.1944 = Jenny
John b.1948
David b.1951 =
Janet = Barrie
Meredith = Paul Lindsay = Maree Kathryn = David Susan = Thomas
Property valuer NSW |
Heli engr & pilot
Property valuer NSW |
b.1943 | Lowde
b.1959 | Fair- b.1949 | Whalen b.1954 | Marsh b.1946 Matlick
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Northern Territories
Skilled trombonist |
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Maryland USA
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Phillip Charles b.1973 Jane b.1975 Susan b.1977
Anna Kate Emily Simon Rebecca
Alice Kieren Natasha = Michael Alexandra Jeremy
Laura
Cunningham
b.1966 b.1968
b.1996 b.1992 b.1983
Puniard b.1981
b.1984
b.1987
PT Instructor
m.Norton
m.Tolmie m.Burns
5/12/12

CUNNINGHAM of BELFAST, IRELAND, and CANADA

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Descent from William Henry Cunningham, son of James Cunningham and Mary McCombs of Aughnamullen, Ireland (Page 1)
30th July 1892, Westbourne, Co. Down

William Henry Cunningham 1868-1934 = Lilian (Lillie or Lily) Loughlin 1877-1960, Presbyterian. Father was James Loughlin, bricklayer.
born Ballybay, Co. Monaghan (see page 1 above). | Married Knockbreda Parish. Died at Claremont, 30 Hampton Park, Belfast.
Draper & Tailor of 91 Rugby Avenue, Belfast. | They had 11 surviving children – 9 listed in the 1911 Census.
Died at 30 Hampton Park, Belfast. Probate £9581 to Cecil | She lived at 30 Hampton Park, with Lilian & Eileen, until her death in 1960.
Despite most of his family being C of I, he became a Presbyterian | Linda, Lilian & Eileen then took over the house until at least 1966.
| The sisters may have remained there until they died – the last, Eileen, died in 1987.
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Violet Herbert Sydney Cecil A = Mary McLaughlin Florrie Helen M Linda Hector (‘Harry’) Maxwell = Florrie Mae Bedford
Lilian
Violet
Eileen Iris John |
1894-7 b.1894
1896-1948
1899-1970, RC.
1898-1978 1899-1960
1901-54, b.Belfast | 1907-88, m.Vancouver .
b.1902
1904-34
1905-87
Leslie |
WW1 RAF, Com. Traveller m. Belfast.
1960 bequest
Canada 1919//Chilliwack BC | b. Methuen, Mass.
Belfast d.30 Hampton d.London 1907-82 |
Flight Cadet Father’s heir. Hotel Manager
from mother £1062. 1937 Family renamed ‘Collin’| d. Denver, Colorado
until 1971. Park, Belfast m.Verwaal. m.Agnes |
Feb 1918-19 1934-48 Draper at 55 Joy Street Lived at 92 Knockvale Park,
1946 Calgary, Alberta | (Dau of Fred Ball Bedford Spinster leaving £103. Her estate Smyth |
d. Newtownbreda
bought from John Leslie Divorced 1950 as Don Collin | & Ada Leather of W. Yorks,
Spinster
c. £39,000 1907-95 |
in 1969. Will £60,168 to
Building contract agency. | who d. Canada 1954/60).
m. 1929. |
Cancer charities. Spinster
1954 Don died at Calgary | Renamed Roslyn Collin 1937
Canada c.1969 |
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______________________________Collin alias Cunningham (Canada/USA) _____________________|_____________________
| Vera
|Margaret Marion
|Patsy May
|Shirley Ruth
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Alison 1929-2011
Judy 1932-75
‘Sherry’ 1933-2005
Diane b.1938
Robert (Bob) Charles b.1942.
Shannon Lea Collin, b.Calgary 1952,
|Spinster
d. Vancouver
d. Denver
d. California
m. R Pelley
m. Emily Elizabeth Thompson
dau of Ida (Penny) Elsie Adam
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m. Brian Edmunds
m. W Berreth
m. James Quart
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by Don Collin, alias Hector (Harry) Cunningham.
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2 children
2 children
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Bruce
Barbara
Corrina b.1967 = Kevin Creswell Penny & Shannon left Calgary c.1956 for
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5 grandchildren
4 grandchildren
Lucinda b.1953
b.1959
b.1963
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Winnipeg, Manitoba. Partner: Garry Bertrand
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son: Michael Quart
son: Nicholas Cassandra b.1986 Melissa b.1990
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2 children
Aubrey Conrad b.2012
Daughter b.1979: Lita Lee = Mike Martin |
_____________________________ Cunningham (Belfast & Vancouver)________________________________________________________________________________|
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Norman Leslie
Veronica = Joe Brown Lillian Ann = William Jean b.1935 = Tom Stewart Harriet Evelyn = Edward Green Joseph Ethier = Iris b.1943 = Johnny Thompson
1929-2000
b.1931|
1932-2003 | Boudreau Belfast
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b.1940
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1950 Merchant Navy
2nd m. |
Canada c.1953 |
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2 nd m. Obi Banerji | Canada c.1963
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(No work in|Belfast)
Canada 1966
Ian Conroy| Canada c.1953. (“for adventure”)
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(Tibet)
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No issue
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Linda Colleen
Graham
Dean
John
Ellen
Donna
Heather Eddie
Daniel
Sonia b.Belfast
Karen
m. D. MacIntyre
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m. Tom Thomson
1963-93
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1960-2010
m. B Spence
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m. D Shaw. 2 nd B Nickle
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Shanna Matthew
Grace Charlotte Sam Oliver
Sarah
Mark
Ailley Jeradus
Jessica
Adam
Rory
Jack Keegan

CUNNINGHAM of AUSTRALIA (continued) and NEW ZEALAND

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Descent from William Edward Cunningham and Laura Reidy of Sydney, NSW; son of John and Eliza Cunningham of Sydney (at Page 2)
1920
William Edward Cunningham = Laura Gwendoline Reidy (the eldest of 12 daughters)
1901-76, born Petersham | 1900-87, born Yass, New South Wales. Shoemaker.
Bootmaker. Married at Petersham | Eldest daughter of John Joseph & Edith Reidy:
Both died Sydney NSW, Australia | John Joseph was an editor.
[See page 2]
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1953
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William = Margaret Watson
Robert Stanley
Alice May (Ruby) = Jack Buchanan
Rita Joyce = Stanley Moore Elliott
Elizabeth (Betty) = Leslie Wiseman
1923-2014| b.1931, 5th generation Scot
1927-88
b.1920
| Cane furniture
1922-2014 |
1916-75
1926-88 | 1925-86
at Manukau City, New Zealand.
unmarried
Living Canberra | maker
AWAS in WW2 | Royal Aus Engineers
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Sheet-metal worker, Soldier WW2
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Violinist |
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_____Buchanan___|_____
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1974
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Bruce = Claire
David = Lee Maryann = Paul
John
Mark = Anne Ann = John
Peter = Heather
Timothy = Julie
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b.1960 | Macmillan b.1961| Linton b.1964 | Burrows
dsp. b.1956 | Perry b.1943| Howarth
Stanley | Ina Khan Douglas | McKee |
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Head- | b.1962
Timber|b.1964 Teacher| b.1962
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b.1946 | b.1947
b.1953 |
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master| Nurse.
Co. |
Rotorua | Acct. IT
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Burrows|____
_Buchanan|_
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Liam
Laura Daniel = Sarah Leah b.1990 Ross
Gregory
Rachel
Julie | Lisa | Jacqueline Robyn Kim Elizabeth Christopher |
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b.1994 b.1998 Frazer, | b.1984
b.1992
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b.1974 b.1977 Sandra
James
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ParaBaker | Chef
Accounts
Michelle Alison
Clarinet
b.1976
b.1978
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medic
Tegan Marie Frazer b.2013
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1963
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Maree = Bernard Clive Wright
Linda Joyce = Brian Hall
Robert = Lucy
William = Vicki Maureen = Dennis
Maggie Ann = Richard
Georgina | b.1949
b.1956 |
b.1948 | Fletcher Thomas Day
(Mickey) | Reginald
b.1961
| Matthew
b.1947 | Clerk to Parliament,
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b.1958
b.1945 | Lupton
m(2): Laurie | Box, b.1958
Farm | Canberra.
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Marlow |
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Lupton_|_____
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Catherine
James Bernard
Luke Gregory Benjamin Emily Laura Matthew Brian
Anne Marie Wiseman
Susan Gaye Jennifer Elizabeth
Margaret Louise
Georgina
Clive b.1987
b.1977
Andrew
b.1985
b.1987
b.19 68
b.1964
b.1965
May, b.1982
b.1984
b.1983
b.1979
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CUNNINGHAM (Presbyterians) of Ballybay and Creeve, IRELAND

[A separate branch of the name to the pages above]

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Samuel & Sarah Cunningham at the top of this sketch pedigree came to Creeve from Lisburn, the hotbed of the Ulster linen industry in the 18th century. Samuel
arrived as a linen lapper to work for the influential Jackson family who were foremost in establishing flax and linen production around Ballybay. Some 15 years
after Samuel’s death, his son Joseph married into the Jackson family as shown below. Unlike the Cunninghams of Aughnamullen (Church of Ireland), the
Cunninghams of Creeve were Presbyterians, although it is possible they embraced that denomination so as to integrate with the Jacksons, who were also active
anti-government conspirators and supporters of the Society of United Irishmen. By 1830 the demise of the local linen trade was well advanced and the Jacksons
were selling their mills and emigrating to America: it is noticeable that many of their mills were bought by their Cunningham partners who eventually suffered
bankruptcy as a result. Thus the Cunningham family of Creeve, apart from John Jackson Cunningham and his brother Joe, the Ballybay doctor, virtually
disappears from local records.
In an effort, finally, to establish some link between our Cunninghams of Aughnamullen and our neighbouring namesakes of Creeve, we have looked for
evidence of an earlier connection at Lisburn, from where Samuel and Sarah had come. Unlike so many Irish parishes, Lisburn has virtually complete records for
the relevant church denominations, but there was no evidence of any branch of the Cunninghams having been there at that time. We therefore conclude that no
connection between the two branches of the name existed in the period. This is reinforced by the difference in denomination and political affiliation, by the
educated background of James of Aughnamullen (1821-79) and his sons which indicates some privilege in their origins, and by the location of their farm
pastures half a mile away from the advantages for linen making of Lough Creeve, where Samuel and Sarah arrived at Ballybay to join the Jacksons.
Samuel Cunningham 1727-86 = Sarah 1739-1806
Came to Creeve from Lisburn. | Buried together First Ballybay Presbyterian churchyard
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c.1799 |
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William
James
Dorsatica (Dorothy?) Jackson b. c.1780 = Joseph of Gluceria, Ferily
James b.1778 = Mary
of Ballybay in 1797.
of Creeve in 1797
Dau. of John Jackson 1744-1824 | Linen industry with father at Creeve.
of Edenanae |
Anti-government conspiracy
| Carnaveagh House. Died after Oct 1833.
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Dublin Castle 1816
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John 1813 Elizabeth 1815 George 1818 Margarite 1822 Jane 1822
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Samuel (Sam) JP, b. Jan 1800
John Jackson JP, 1805-77 Joseph (Joe) b. Oct 1806 = S. Giveen
Hugh b. Dec 1808 = Margaret
James b. Sep 1811 Prudentia b. Mar 1803
Both brothers in linen trade with father.
Doctor at Ballybay |
Chap. of Omeath, Armagh | Reckins
Sarah (Sally) = Gibson
Mills at Creeve and Bowelk. Agent for Leslie estates 22 yrs
Carnaveagh |
Land at Annalavert |
Mary b. Jun 1817
Both Sam & John went bankrupt and their property amounting
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to 500 acres including Drumfaldra House was auctioned off
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Dorothy b.1835 Joseph b.1837
Anna Maria Smyth Joseph William Mary
d.1917 at Bournemouth
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