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This link is now working for anyone interested in Catholic Parish Records.
Quinn, Loughguile, County Antrim
O'Brien (Catholic, not the 'royal' O'Briens who were Protestant) from Ennistimon, County Clare
McMichael from Loughguile, County Antrim
Searching McNeills in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Would love to connect.
My Woods ancestors were in Castleblayney, Monaghan, from at least 1810 on. Peter Woods, born in 1808 in Castleblayney, married Ann McManus and a lot of his family moved to Philadelphia going forward. , Lots of James Woods and Terence Woods.
I have recently begun my searching and have traced my father's line back to William Wallace Woods of Donaghmore, co. Tyrone, Ireland born about 1786. My line goes through Robert Woods and Mary Toner Ward. Any guidance or information would really be appreciated as I am not having any luck beyond William right now.
My Irish ancestors came to Canada about 1840. The surname is HENRY but there may also be an Irish connection to the surname BELL and WATSON. I am still trying to tie down a specific location in Northern Ireland and now I am focused on Londonderry. I am also using DNA in my genealogy search for our HENRY origins. The surname WATSON appears to be connected to Tyrone.
One of my cousins visited Ireland last year and hired a guide. They did a little genealogy searching in Tyrone for the surname HENRY without any luck. This was before our research indicated the HENRY name may be connected to Londonderry and not Tyrone.
I am now communicating with Dr. Tyrone Bowes, http://www.irishorigenes.com/ who claims, for a fee, to be able to pin point an origin for the family surname.
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Good luck, Carol Ann. I have found more DNA matches on 23andme than FTDNA.
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