Huggins

The following is a list of research conundrums, pertaining to the Huggins family of Glenarb, parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone:

  • In search of the maternal line of John Joseph Huggins (1816-1876), born in the parish of Aghaloo, county of Tyrone: who was his mother, and where did her family live?
  • Of the nine children born to Samuel Carson Huggins (b. bef.1784, d.1850) and Mary Huggins (d.1865), the following could not be traced:
    • Matilda (b.1809), after her name appears in a deed in 1863;
    • Thomas (b.1813); and,
    • Mary (b.1818).
  • Of the six children born to Samuel Carson Huggins (1825–1865) and Anne Eliza Crozier (c.1825–1900), no trace has been found of William, who was born at Dungannon in 1863.
  • Who was the mysterious niece, named Mary Ann Huggins, who was present at the death of Laetitia Huggins, Main street, Strabane, on the 19th March 1890?

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