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Scots-Irish from Northern Ireland

Hello fellow researchers. My G Grandfather John Bell stated in the 1910 US Federal census that his parents were from Northern Ireland. The…

Started by Daniel M. Bell

3 Sep 23, 2016
Reply by Daniel M. Bell

Searching for The Glavin Family of Ireland

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…

Started by Lori Ellen Ford-Howard

1 Jul 28, 2013
Reply by Michael Clarke Kelly

Laird and Harris

Martha Laird came to America with her brothers and sisters in the early 1730's on board the same ship with Samuel Harris, who became her hu…

Started by Kathryn Brannigan Walizer

15 May 3, 2011
Reply by Angela Kraft

Canadian - Scots Irish

I suspect that  a couple of my family branches ended up in,North Carolina, and Kentucky.  McNay and Young,  Jamieson and Paterson (MYJP).  …

Started by Betty Dona Crawford

2 May 2, 2011
Reply by Chris Torrence

burial place of Hart family,Partick Glascow

I plan to visit Scotland to find the final resting place of my grandmother ,Minnie Jane Hart and her 3 year old daughter of the same name.T…

Started by james hart

0 Feb 20, 2011

Allen family from Ballycraigy, Larne, Antrim, Ireland

Hello,   I have been told by a member of my family that the ALLEN's came from Scotland. I know that the name goes farther back in time than…

Started by Eiram McMeri

0 Feb 16, 2011

The Scots, Scots-Irish and the Making of America

For a story about these remarkable people and their importance to the founding of Amerca-go to website: pixleyblair.tribalpages.com Scroll…

Started by Barbara Pixley

0 Oct 20, 2010

Cummings in County Down

My only very specific Scots-Irish name is Cummings, a large family headed by the mother who came to New York state in 1798.  I think they w…

Started by Shirley Newbold

0 Mar 7, 2010

Climbing Over the Brick Wall and back to Ireland

C. G. has hit on what we usually have in common: Tracing them back to Ireland.  We do not have comprehensive records of British immigrants…

Started by Linda Merle

0 Mar 7, 2010

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