An American ethic group of those who think their ancestors were Scottish Protestants living in Ulster. Our challenges: researching in colonial times, crossing the Pond, researching in Ireland. You can do this, but need to learn how. It is not easy.
Latest Activity: on Monday
Hello fellow researchers. My G Grandfather John Bell stated in the 1910 US Federal census that his parents were from Northern Ireland. The question asked if his parents were from another country to…Continue
Started by Daniel M. Bell. Last reply by Daniel M. Bell Sep 23, 2016.
I am lookin for any information on my maternal grandmother. Her name was Ethel Glavin and she came into Ellis Island with her parents as a child. I do not know her parents names, but she had three…Continue
Started by Lori Ellen Ford-Howard. Last reply by Michael Clarke Kelly Jul 28, 2013.
Martha Lairdcame to America with her brothers and sisters in the early 1730's onboard the same ship with Samuel Harris, who became her husband soonafter landing in Pennsylvania. Later they moved to…Continue
Started by Kathryn Brannigan Walizer. Last reply by Angela Kraft May 3, 2011.
I suspect that a couple of my family branches ended up in,North Carolina, and Kentucky. McNay and Young, Jamieson and Paterson (MYJP). My Branches are from the Ballywalter area of County Down,…Continue
Started by Betty Dona Crawford. Last reply by Chris Torrence May 2, 2011.