Welcome to this landing page for family history research findings for Huggins individuals originating from Glenarb in the parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone, dating from no later than 1718.
- Biographical sketches
- Blog articles
- Family history mysteries
- Genealogical outlines
- Research pending (pending)
- Timelines (pending)
- End notes
About the image of the Island Cross:—The cross was one of several removed from the ancient monastic site in Glenarb townland c.1840. The watercolourist was Lady Daphne Pitt-Taylor, daughter of Sir James Henry Stronge, Bart., D.L., and wife to Colonel Walter William Pitt-Taylor, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., of Castle Douglas. She died at Belfast in 1945.
Copyright in this image vests in Armagh County Museum Collection in Armagh, Northern Ireland, and the image remains the intellectual property of the Museum. Application was made by the website owner of Arborealis for permission to use this image as an illustration on this page. This one-time use cannot be extended to any other person or use. The image cannot be duplicated or manipulated, stored or transmitted, shared or presented, or any other similar purpose(s), without applying for permission to the Museum.
Biographical sketches :
- Merle Huggins (1906–1917) of Halifax, Nova Scotia
Blog articles :
- A thorn in George Washington’s Revolutionary Side: the story of Thomas Huggins (1748–1788), formerly of Glenarb, then residing at Head of Elk, Maryland
- In search of three children of James Huggins [jun.], of Glenkeen in the parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone
- Update: The “lost” children of James Huggins [jun.] (1803–1849) of Glenkeen townland
- The Halifax Explosion, 6th December 1917: the story of Merle Huggins (1906–1917)
Family history mysteries :
- James Huggins [jun.] (c.1803–1849) of Glenkeen — What happened to three of his children?
Genealogical outlines :
Research pending :
End notes :
Source citation for this page: — Kilpatrick, Alison. “Huggins of Glenarb townland in the Parish of Aghaloo.” Online at Arborealis, arborealis.ca/family-history/irish/huggins/.
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Updated 2nd Nov. 2023.