Updates to Arborealis, 2019

  • 2019-11-09 to 2019-11-11: Additions included:
  • 2019-10-26 to 2019-10-30: More marriage licence bonds, church records (baptisms, marriages, and burials), and civil registrations (marriages) added to the biographical data pages for Jones families of north Armagh (primarily the parish of Drumcree), sorted by parish and townland.
  • 2019-10-20: Input data for Jones households in the parish of Drumcree (1828) from the tithe applotment index into the biographical data pages sorted by parish and by townland.
  • 2019-10-17 to 2019-10-20: Started project to input selected church records into the biographical data pages for Jones families of north Armagh (primarily the parish of Drumcree), sorted by parish and townland.
  • 2019-09-11: Memorial no. 65-345-46840 (dated 1730-11-16): Endorsement of a lease in Muntober, parish of Kildress, obtained by William Cranstone from Archibald Richardson in 1790, by Mr. Cranstone to John Stewart of Ballymenagh, county Tyrone. William Stevenson of Stewartstown and the Rev. Thomas Kennedy of Lettercleary (both of the parish of Donaghenry) were two of the witnesses.
  • 2019-09-08: Added Irish memorial no. 75-145-54094 (1713-11-01) – Thomas Whyte demised a lease in Glenkeen townland, in the parish of Aghaloo and county of Tyrone, to Joseph Marshall, sen., of Annaghroe
  • 2019-09-01: Newspaper accounts of the last will and testament of William Huggins (1844–1920) of Saint Joseph, Missouri.
  • 2019-08-31: Genealogical and historical notes for Sanford Huggins (c.1844–1889) and Mary Ellen Pryor (c.1851–1889), who were freed from enslavement in Woodford County, Kentucky, and removed to the city of Louisville where they raised nine (known) children:
  • 2019-08-13: Opened a new section entitled, Errors found in family history reports or trees, with the first two entries:
    • James Huggins (c.1776–1860) of Glenarb did not marry Ellen Harrington of Cork.
    • Mary Kilpatrick née Gordon of Lislea townland in the parish of Kilrea, county Londonderry, was not buried in Ballymena, county Antrim.
  • 2019-07-31: Local history notes about enslavement in Woodford County, Kentucky, c.1790–1865, with postscript notes.
  • 2017-07-29: Biographical sketch for William Huggins, M.D. (c.1797–1868), who emigrated from Desertcreat, county Tyrone, to Kentucky.
  • 2019-07-28: Additions include:
    • Biographical notes and timeline for Thomas Huggins (c.1800–1858), emigrant from Gortgonis, county Tyrone to Lexington, Kentucky; who m. (1) Margaret Crowe (c.1798–1833) and (2) Catherine Pilkington née Crowe (c.1790–1859).
    • Local history notes, including maps, for Fayette and Woodford Counties, Kentucky.
  • 2019-07-17: Biographical notes for John Maxwell Crowe (d. c.1800) of Legarhill, county Monaghan, and Elizabeth Young of Corlesmore, county Cavan, and family outlines of their descendants.
    • Maps of Farm Hill in Cloncallick towland, parish of Drummully, county Fermanagh–the residence of Charles Crowe, Esq., J.P. until 1861:
      • Ordnance Survey map, c.1864
      • Overview map of the location of Ballyhobridge Presbyterian meeting house, which lies .75 km west of Farm hill, in relation to the towns of Enniskillen, Clones, Monaghan, Cootehill, Castleblayney, Aughnacloy, Glaslough, and the city of Armagh
  • 2019-07-08: Biographical sketches for Louis Huggins (1842–1918) and William Huggins (1844–1920) of Saint Joseph, Missouri, sons of James Huggins and Mary Sublett.
  • 2019-07-05: Biographical sketch and timeline for James Huggins (1797–1863) of Gortgonis, parish of Tullyniskan, county Tyrone, who emigrated to Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky, and Mary Sublett (1810–1897) of Woodford County. Segments of historic maps in Kentucky, depicting:
  • 2019-07-03: Extracts of the Sublett family tree of Woodford County, Kentucky, i.e., the immediate family of Mary Sublett (1810–1897) who m. James Huggins  (1797–1863)
  • 2019-07-02: Abstracts of deeds executed in Woodford County, Kentucky, USA, featuring James Huggins of the town of Versailles, 1828–1850
  • 2019-06-23: Biographical sketch for Charles Edward Huggins, M.D. (1929–1990), physician and cryobiologist, of Boston, Massachusetts
  • 2019-06-21/22: Biographical sketch of George Melbourne Huggins (1861–1928), who was the principal of Richmond School when the Halifax Explosion struck 6th December 1917, and whose daughter, Merle Huggins, was one of the 1,600 people who died immediately in the disaster. The biographical sketch page for George includes a family outline for his wife, Florence Isoletta Cole (1870–1955), and their nine other children. Ditto for:
  • 2019-06-20: Biographical sketch of William Shuter Huggins (c.1823–1896) of the parish of Desertcreat, county Tyrone, who emigrated with his wife, Margaret Mackenzie, to Halifax, Nova Scotia; and his descendants:
  • 2019-06-19: Biographical sketch for John Alexander Huggins (1794–1858), formerly of Skenarget, parish of Desertcreat, county Tyrone, but latterly of Louisville, Kentucky, USA; and the following Memorials of Irish deeds:
    • Memorial no. 1836-7-81 – a deed of mortgage whereby, for the sum of £175 received from Samuel King, John Huggins of Skenarget, parish of Desertcreat conveyed three parcels, two in Gortgonis and one in Moy, to secure the mortgage (14 April 1836).
    • Memorial no. 1839-18-111 – a deed of conveyance whereby, for the sum of £60, John Alexander Huggins of Skenarget and Mary Huggins otherwise Shuter, his wife, and Samuel King of Coalisland, conveyed their respective interests in a tenement in Moy, county Tyrone, to Galbraith Johnston (5 September 1839).
    • Memorial no. 1839-18-112 – a deed of conveyance whereby, for the sum of £200, John Alexander Huggins of Skenarget and Mary Huggins otherwise Shuter, his wife, and Samuel King of Coalisland, conveyed their respective interests in a tenement known as the Store house tenement in Moy, county Tyrone, to James Sloan (5 September 1839).
    • Memorial no. 1839-24-19 – a deed of conveyance whereby, for the amount owing on the mortgage obtained 14th April 1836, John Huggins conveyed two parcels in Gortgonis, parish of Tullyniskan, county Tyrone, to Samuel King (26 December 1839).
  • 2019-06-18: Added transcripts for the following Memorials of Irish deeds:
    • Memorial no. 1834-2-69 – a deed of annuity or rent charge, executed by John Huggins of Skenarget and David Shuter of Drummond to William McCrum of Ballynahinch (9th July 1831). 
    • Memorial no. 1835-18-190 – a deed of conveyance whereby John Huggins of Skinarget and John Hogg of Curlonan transferred their respective interests in a leasehold in a tenement in Dungannon to Samuel King of Dungannon (3 November 1835).
    • Memorial no. 1836-4-36 – a deed of conveyance whereby John [Alexander] Huggins, son of the late William Huggins (d.1802), having attained the age of twenty-one years, his uncle and guardian, Samuel Carson Huggins (d.1850), conveyed the leasehold in Gortgonis townland, parish of Tullyniskan, to John (10 February 1836).
  • 2019-06-15: Biographical sketch for Kennedy Huggins (c.1788–1836), indigo planter of Buchour (Kewan), Tirhoot, West Bengal; and maps of:
  • 2019-06-13: Biographical sketch for James Huggins (c.1742–1785) of Glenarb, later a merchant of Calcutta.
  • 2019-06-11: Added the following for the Thompson surname in Aghaloo:
  • 2019-06-10 & -11: Analysis of church records for Thompson of Aghaloo:
  • 2019-06-09: Index entries and/or transcripts for Memorials of Irish deeds:
    • Memorial no. 288-78-186689 – index entries for a memorial of agreement between Patrick McClave and James Adams, both of Tullydowey, parish of Clonfeacle, county Tyrone (6 September 1768).
    • Memorial no. 289-567-192610 – transcript of a marriage article between James Thompson and Jane, his daughter, of Creevelough, and John Huggins of Glenarb, both of the parish of Aghaloo and county of Tyrone (19 August 1772).
    • Memorial no. 542-363-357886 – transcript of a marriage article between James Adams of Tullydowey and James Dyas of Kingscourt, co. Cavan, and his daughter, Mary Dyas (29 January 1802).
    • Memorial no. 569-132-381217 – transcript of a deed of mortgage executed by William Thompson of Creevelough with Alexander Kerr of Cumber, both in county Tyrone (18 January 1805).
    • Memorial no. 1836-20-65 – index entries for a conveyance by William Holmes of Tullydowey, co. Tyrone, to Mary Holmes of Moyarr, county of Tyrone (2 August 1834).
  • 2019-06-07: Additions for Thompson of Creevelough and Cavanboy in the parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone:
  • 2019-06-06: Updates to the biographical sketch of John Huggins (d.1795) of Glenarb, parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone.
  • 2019-06-05: Additions include:
    • Biographical sketch for Anne Jane Huggins (c.1812–1893) and her husband, John Rodgers (c.1808–1913) of Derrykintone and Kedew townlands in the parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone
    • Valuation Revision Books – extracts for John Rodgers in Kedew townland, 1866–1913; with Ordnance Survey map (adapted)
    • Last will and testament of John Rodgers (c.1809–1913)
  • 2019-06-04: Additions include:
    • Biographical sketch for James Huggins (c.1776–1860) of Glenarb townland in the parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone
    • map of Glenarb in 1836, showing the location of the Hugginss house
    • 1860 Griffiths Valuation for John Rodgers of Derrykintone (Mr. Rodgers was James Hugginss son-in-law), with map
  • 2019-05-27: Update to the biographical sketch for John Robinson (c.1857–1920) of Stewartstown, county Tyrone; later of Ballybay Mill, co. Armagh; died at Newtown, near Sydney, in New South Wales.
  • 2019-05-24: Additions included:
    • John Robinson (c.1857–1920), husband of Eliza Jane Flavell (1863–1909), and owner of Ballybay Mill near Portadown, 1887–1911:
      • biographical sketch;
      • Ordnance Survey extracts and map of Corcullentragh More townland, highlighting John Robinson’s holding, with the Flavell plot in the neighbouring townland of Kilmoriarty
    • Last will and testament for Thomas Flavell, jun. (1826–1912)
  • 2019-05-23: Griffiths Valuation extracts (c.1864) for Kilmoriarty townland, with information from the Valuation Revision Books for the holdings of John Conn and his son-in-law, Thomas Flavell, jun. (1826–1912), with link to map
  • 2019-15-16: Updated the Early Joneses in north Armagh page.
  • 2019-05-11: Revised the draft outline of the descendants of Thomas Jones of Derryanvil, who died before Nov., 1804, and whose will was proved in 1808.
  • 2019-05-10: Griffiths Valuation and Revision Books data, with links to the related Ordnance Survey maps:
  • 2019-05-09: Additions include:
  • 2019-05-08: Family history report for the descendants (five generations) of Thomas Flavell (c.1783–1866) and Mary (c.1791–1879), his wife, of Corbrackey, parish of Drumcree, county Armagh
  • 2019-04-23: Added to the Flavell family history pages:
  • 2019-04-15: Opened new pages for the Flavell surname in county Armagh and other parts of Ireland, including emigrants overseas:
  • 2019-01-10: Additions include:
  • 2019-01-08: Additions include:
  • 2019-01-06: Additions include:
    • Newspaper transcripts for Ledlie
    • Updates to the following biographical notes and timelines:
    • 1773-09-22: Memorial no. 300-399-200331 – an indenture of assignment whereby Mary Ledlie, widow of William Ledlie late of Coagh, county Tyrone, granted her leasehold of Muinagh townland,  to her daughter, Isabella Ledlie.
    • 1773-09-22: Memorial no. 305-184-201444 – an indenture of assignment whereby Mary Ledlie, widow of William Ledlie of Carnan, granted her leaseholds in Carnan and in Urbal to her son, George.
  • 2019-01-05: Additions include:
    • Newspaper transcripts for Ledlie
    • Updates to the following biographical notes and timelines:
    • 1758-08-31: Memorial no. 230-600-153197 – an indenture of assignment whereby, for the consideration of £33 1s. 3d., James Hamilton and Henry Hamilton sold their leasehold in fifty acres, representing one-third part, of Dromore townland in the parish of Arboe, co. Tyrone, to James Ledlie of Edenderry, Belfast.
    • 1759-10-18: Memorial no. 241-641-161576 –an indenture of lease given by Charles Hamilton of Portglenone, county Antrim, to Thomas Ledlie of Lower Back, county Tyrone, Boat carpenter, in a dwelling-house, &c. in Portglenone, and four acres plantation measure in Garvaghy, both in the county of Antrim.
    • 1765-09-18: Memorial no. 241-82-156892 – an indenture of assignment whereby, for the consideration of £400, Joshua Ledlie sold his interest in one-half of Carnan townland and in tenements in the parish of Tamlaght, co. Londonderry, to William Ledlie of Carnan.
  • 2019-01-04: Additions include:
    • Newspaper transcripts for the Ledlie surname (new)
    • Updates to the following biographical notes and timelines:
    • 1757-03-18: Memorial no. 277-124175779 – deeds of lease and release executed as a settlement on the marriage of Joshua Ledlie of Carnan and Ann White of Gortnegarr, county Londonderry.
    • 1759-10-18: Memorial no. 241-641-161576 – an indenture of lease given by Charles Hamilton of Portglenone, county Antrim, to Thomas Ledlie of Lower Back, county Tyrone, in a dwelling house, &c. in Portglenone, and four acres Irish plantation measure in Garvaghy, co. Antrim.
    • 1761-10-22: Memorial no. 235-186-153196 – an indenture of lease, given by Thomas Ledlie of Londonderry to John Gates and William Brown of Stewartstown.
  • 2019-01-03: Additions include:
    • Updates to the following biographical notes and timelines:
    • 1741-09-21: Memorial no. 109-414-76407 – an indenture of lease given by James Hoope of Dublin to John Ledlie and Thomas Ledlie of Carnan, in the woods, underwoods, &c., and bog timber on the Island of Derrinraw, parish of Tartaraghan, county Armagh.
    • 1748-01-27: Memorial no. 155-383-105143 – an indenture of lease given by George Conyngham of Springhill, county Londonderry, Esq., to William Ledlie of Carnan, in two parcels in Urbal townland in the parish of Tamlaght, county Tyrone.
  • 2019-01-02: Additions include:
  • 2019-01-01: Additions include:
    • Updates to the following biographical notes and timelines:
    • Updates to the following family tree outline pages:
      • Darragh of Ballynagowan, county Tyrone
    • Memorials of Irish deeds:
      • 1709-04-19: Memorial no. 8-155-2470 – an indenture of conveyance executed by Robert Darrogh of Rafeenan, co. Monaghan, and Anne née Fixter, his wife, with Martha Fixter, sister to Anne, and William Adam of Monaghan, merchant.
      • 1712-10-28: Memorial no. 10-180-3398 – an indenture of mortgage executed by Joseph Strean of Lisnagowre, county Monaghan, gent., to Robert Darroch of Rafeenan, co. Monaghan, gent.
      • 1723-04-01: Memorial no. 41-371-26361 – deeds of lease and release, whereby, for the consideration of £230, Alexander Fleming, gent., of Drumcrew, county Monaghan, and Martha née Fixter, his wife, and Robert Darroch and Samuel Darroch of Raffinen, co. Armagh, released several parcels in and near the town of Augher, parish of Clogher, county Tyrone, to Robert Wilson, merchant, of Augher.

❖          ❖          ❖

"The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there."—Lesley Poles Hartley (1895–1972), The Go-Between (1953).

Contact   |  Copyright notice  |   Privacy statement   |   Site map

© Alison Kilpatrick 2014–2019. All rights reserved.