Descendants of Thomas Jones (d.1808) of Derryanvil

Source: Kilpatrick, Alison. Draft family tree, depicting the descendants of Thomas Jones (d.1808) of Derryanvil, parish of Drumcree, county Armagh (5 July 2017; revised 11 May 2019). Citing: (1) Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (Belfast). Abstract of the will of Thomas Jones of Derryanvil, Drumall [Drumcree] parish, county Armagh, dated 2 May 1808. PRONI ref. T700, pg. 258. (2) Averell, Rev. Adam (1754–1847). “Obituary of William Jones (1750–1823) of Derryanvil." Primitive Wesleyan Methodist Magazine and Miscellany (1823), pp. 359–62. (3) Church of Ireland. Parish of Drumcree, County Armagh. Baptisms, 1788–1906; Marriages, 1802–1903; Burials, 1804–1903. Microfilm copies held by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (Belfast). PRONI refs. MIC/1/21, … 42, and /…43 (accessed by Alison Kilpatrick, August–October, 2017). Transcripts by Alison Kilpatrick (Arborealis, www.arborealis.ca). Please cite your sources.

 Please note that the original draft, published 7th July 2017, has been revised and corrected as shown below, 11th May 2019.

Thomas Jones of Derryanvil (d.bef.1804; will pr.1808); [1][2][3]

… 
his children:

  1. a daughter, who married David Waugh. [1]

  2. eldest son, William Jones (1750–1823); [1] [2]
    … his children:


    1. William Jones, jun.,[1] m. Ann (both d. bef.1823);
      … their three surviving children: 
      [2]
      1. William (b.1810) [4]
      2. Thomas (b.1812) [4]
      3. Mary (b.1815) m. Moses Gilmore of Druminalduff [4]
        1. Rachel Mary (b.1855) [4] (our greatgrandmother)

    2. Other children of William Jones(d.1823)??
      … research pending.

  3. a daughter, who married John Jackson. [1]

  4. second son, Thomas Jones, jun. [1]
    … his children:
    1. a daughter, Mary Dawson [née Jones] [1]
    2. eldest son, Hugh Jones [1]
    3. a daughter, Jane Taylor [née Jones] [1]
      … her children:
      1. a son, John Taylor [1]
      2. a son, William Taylor [1]
      3. a daughter, who married William Wright [1]

Sources:

1.

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (Belfast). Abstract of the will of Thomas Jones of Derryanvil, Drumall [Drumcree] parish, county Armagh, dated 2 May 1808. PRONI ref. T700, pg. 258. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick.

2.

Averell, Rev. Adam (1754–1847). “Obituary of William Jones (1750–1823) of Derryanvil." Primitive Wesleyan Methodist Magazine and Miscellany (1823), pp. 359–62.

3.

The burial records for the parish of Drumcree (Church of Ireland) are legible only from November, 1804ff, and a record was not found for Thomas Jones of Derryanvil between November, 1804 and May, 1808 when his prerogative will was proved.

4.

Church of Ireland. Parish of Drumcree, County Armagh. Baptisms, 1788–1906; Marriages, 1802–1903; Burials, 1804–1903. Microfilm copies held by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (Belfast). PRONI refs. MIC/1/21, … 42, and /…43 (accessed and transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, August–October, 2017).

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