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James Ruth family of County Londonderry

Roger Ruth

James Ruth family of County Londonderry

descendants of James and Ester Ruth of Longfield, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland : (some of whom emigrated to Maine and elsewhere in the United States in the 19th century)

by Roger Ruth

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Published by R. Ruth in Rochester, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ruth family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes indexes.

    Statementcompiled by Roger and Margaret Ruth.
    ContributionsRuth, Margaret.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.R973 1984
    The Physical Object
    Pagination94 p. :
    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2579235M
    LC Control Number85126365

    early survey as follows: Orange County, VA Deed Book III, p. 13, is the following order: "Deed (or release) dated Sept. 28, , William Beverly of Essex county, Virginia, Gentleman of the first part, and Samuel Givens, of Orange County, farmer, of the other part, - for and in consideration of seven pounds, ten shillings, and six pence. James Ward married Sarah Osborn, Solomon's daughter, about As a member of Capt. Enoch Osborn's Company, James Ward and his family members took part in the Battle of King's Mountain on 7 October This American victory turned the tide against the British in the South and led to the eventual withdrawal of the British from the frontier.

    Back to Index This is constructed from information in Parker's History of Londonderry, Young's Fighters of Derry, the Burnside Family Tree (T P.R.O.N.I.), and a letter from Professor F. J. Simmons (a descendant). This tree includes the noted Rev. James McGregor, minister of Aghadowey, who emigrated to Boston in with a number of his congregation and founded there the town of. Early life. Educated at Eton College, he was the only son of Charles Stewart Henry Vane-Tempest-Stewart, 7th Marquess of Londonderry and his wife, Edith Helen (née Chaplin).. Career. He worked as honorary attaché to the British Embassy in Rome and as a director of Londonderry Collieries, the family's coal mining company. A keen football fan, he was first a director and then chairman of.

    THE FAMILY OF CALDWELLS Cartmell’s History - Joseph Caldwell pg and Ann Caldwell CALDWELLS: Abstract of Wills of NC Robert Caldwell Baladen County Ma J Br. Joshua Caldwell. Wife and two sons mentioned but not named. Friend William Neale. Ex. Joshua Caldwell bro., Joseph Clark. The Scott family of Bloomhill is descended directly from the Scott family of Loughbrickland, with its progenitor being the son of James Scott of Loughbrickland (c). Bloomhill House (pictured at the top of this page) is situated in the County of Tyrone, just north of the village of Newmills.


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Londonderry’s Ministry. In Nutfield had four Presbyterian ministers – James MacGregor, William Cornwell, William Boyd and John Holmes.

The first sermon delivered in Nutfield was by the Rev. MacGregor under a large oak tree (now gone) on the east side of Beaver Pond. This page features civil Birth Records for the district of Londonderry in Co. Derry (Londonderry) and includes full names (where possible), the year of birth, and the quarter in which the birth occurred.

A searchable index of all available birth records is available here. James Irvine County Londonderry, Ireland - 17 Dec managed by Julie Tolvanen Coby M. Irvine s managed by Coby Irvine last edited 1 Nov 4 Gordon Irvine West Hartlepool, Durham, England, United Kingdom -   James A. Cook MESA, AZ: James A.

Cook, of Mesa, Arizona passed from this world on December 8, He was born to James A. Cook, Sr. and. Married: 5 MAY in Londonderry, Northern Ireland Abraham James Hopkins Moody b: 7 AUG in Magilligan, Londonderry, Ireland James Ruth family of County Londonderry book Ann Moody b: 18 MAR in Dunboe Parish, Magilligan, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland,died NI Mary Moody b: 25 JAN in Magilligan, Londonderry, Ireland.

THE DESCENDANTS OF James and William Adams OF LONDONDERRY, NOW DERRY, N. Also a Brief Account of the Families of Robert Cochran and Joseph Morrison of London­ derry, and of Dea.

Thomas Cochran* ofNew Boston, K.H. COMPILED BY ANDREW N. ADAMS, OfFair Haven, Vt., Authorof theHistory ofFairHaven, Vt;Member theRutland County Historical Society, and Genealogist of the AdamsFile Size: 2MB. John Bell, son of James Bell, of Stony Ridge, was born about and moved to western Penn- sylvania or Ohio.

He had a son, James M. Bell, who was a member of congress from Ohio, 18 BELL FAMILY William Bell, another son of James Bell, was born in Cumberland county, Penn., about He was a justice of the peace there about Baldridge is an English surname, after a Welsh name meaning "king," derived from an altered spelling of the cognate German personal name Baldrich, composed of the elements bald (‘bold’, or ‘brave’) + ric (‘power’).

The family was first found in Northumberland, where they held a family seat from ancient times. The book "A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland" by Samuel Lewis, vol. 1, p "Castle-Dawson, or Dawson's-Brdige, a market and post-town, partly in the parish of Ballyscullion, but chiefly in that of Magherafelt, barony of Loughinsholin, county of Londonderry.".

The Matthias Hoffer family, Audrey Gates Risser. Gateway Press, - Reference - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are Cem Homestead HOWELL HUFFARD Hummelstown husband Isaac Jacob JAMES JANE Joseph Joy Tp Lane KAYLOR KEEFER Laneaster County Lebanon County lived Londonderry Township LOUISE LYNN.

Burial Grounds Of Bedford County, Pennsylvania 3 by James D. Boor,Including Brumbaugh, Friends, St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Replogle, St. John’s Lutheran (Cessna), Old Job Ritchey, Holsinger Family Burial Grounds Of Bedford County, Pennsylvania 4 by James D.

Boor,Including Koontz, Yellow Creek, St. Paul Reformed, Byers. CARGILL, and family, came to America in the yearand settled in Londonderry, New Hampshire.

Here he was an active, leading man for many years. He was the first Justice of the Peace in Londonderry; his Commission is dated April 29th,and was in a state of good preservation inin the possession of his grandson, Rev.

Silas McKEEN. Campbell, James of Londonderry, N.H. from Ulster, Ireland, in ship Elizabeth; warned from Boston Nov 3 ; b. about in Ulster, son of William of Campbelltown, Argyleshire, and Londonderry, Ireland; m. in Ireland Jane or Jennet Humphrey; Children: John, William, James, Elizabeth; James had a brother Samuel; James moved to Cherry Valley, N.

The original home of the family in Ireland was at Culleyramor (also known as Gettystown) about two and one half miles from the Town of Garvah, County of Londonderry.

My great grandfather, grandfather and father all resided there. In I visited the place and was in the house in which my grandfather resided and in which my father was born. Marquess of Londonderry, of the County of Londonderry (/ ˈlʌndəndəri / LUN-dən-dər-ee), is a title in the Peerage of Ireland.

3 Marquesses of Londonderry () 4 Line of Succession. The title was created in for Robert Stewart, 1st Earl of Londonderry. He had earlier represented County Down in the Irish House of Commons. Stewart First holder: Robert Stewart, 1st Marquess of Londonderry.

Doherty, Michael b 8 Dec Londonderry, Ire m Helen Allen. Ann Stewart 7/18/ Re: Doherty, Michael b 8 Dec Londonderry, Ire m Helen Allen. Ralph Connors 1/19/ Andrew Liddle b Londonderry.

denise allis 8/15/ John Nichol. James ALLISON b. 17 JanMonkwearmouth, County Durham, ENG; d. 12 July ; (James Allison came from an old prominent North Side family and was engaged in shipbuilding from to ) +Henrietta Henrietta Hinde, b. 19 Apr Monkwearmouth, Durham, ENG; m.

13 July ; d. James Balmer McAllister abt Bellemont, Port Rush, Ballywillin, County Londonderry, Ireland - 11 Apr managed by Mary Elizabeth Stewart John F McAllister 20 Aug Scotland - 01 Dec managed by Polly Prior last edited 12 Jan Our extensive Ulster ancestry database covers Irish Family records from civil registration indexes, church registers and historical sources in Counties Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry & Tyrone.

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Aged Husband of Ruth. Of the numerous children who settled in New Hampshire and elsewhere, Daniel appears to be the only one who settled in Londonderry, New Hampshire, formerly called Nutfield.

He came with his family to Boston in and lived there a few months, and then removed to Andover, Massachusetts, Burial: Forest Hill Cemetery, East Derry, Rockingham .This County Derry sept is very much associated with the Dungiven area.

They were a branch of the O’Kanes, tracing their descent from the 12th century Bloskey O’Cahan. McDaid: Irish. This County Donegal sept was a branch of the Dohertys.

Meaning son of David they take their name from the O’Doherty chief of that name who died in County Derry (Londonderry) Genealogy, Family History Notes and Coats of Arms.

Part of the Irish Families Project, it includes the complete census for Derry (Northern Ireland), County Map, complete listing of modern parishes and placenames as well as older place names, plus coats of arms of families in Derry taken from the Irish Book of Arms/5(5).