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Daniel McIvor married unknown in ?

Their children that I've found so far:

1. John c ?, lived at section 34 Bracky, farmer and died in 1887

2. Joseph c 1838, lived at sections 32-33, farmed about 100 acres, died 3 Aug 1884 & buried in Drumnakilly

3. Ann 1840. Married a Claudius Fleming on 4 May 1858 in Termonaguick, TYR (his father John and hers Daniel, both were single). Had a male child 22 June 1867 Gortin. David 18 April 1869. Charles 16 Nov 1870 (Gortin). Daniel 26 Sept 1872. Isaac 20 Dec 1873. 1901 census -  March 31 1901, in Gorticashel, Lower, Trinamadan, Tyrone, Ireland. and died in 1916. CF born Gortin c1823. Claude died 24 Oct 1902 Gortin of cancer of the liver. He was 79 and his daughter in law, Fanny was present at the death.

Anne died 8 May 1916 at Sislop, 76 year old widowed farmer’s wife, senile decay and grandson, K.? McFarland present at the death.

    
1911Tyrone
Residents of a house 6 in Gortindarragh (Pomeroy, Tyrone)

Surname    Forename    Age    Sex    Relation to head    Religion
Fleming    William    49    Male    Head of Family    Presbyterian
Fleming    Lizzie    50    Female    Sister    Presbyterian read/write
Fleming    Ann    75    Female    Mother    Presbyterian read, widow
John
 

The Will of John M'Ivor late of Brackey County Tyrone Farmer who died 7 May 1887 at same place was proved at Londonderry by John M'Farland of Brackey Farmer one of the Executors.
Will mentions wife Jane, children Adly [Audley?] & Sarah, sons Hugh & John, daughter Margaret, daughter Christiana, friend Joseph McIvor (perhaps friend in the Ulster meaning of a relative), Alexander Smith of Cuppina one of the executors (John McFarland of Brackey is other executor)
http://apps.proni.gov.uk/DCAL_PRONI_WillsCalendar_IE/WillsSearch.aspx
4. Mary Jane c 1845 Married John Dobson (father Robert) on 12 Dec 1865 Donaghmore (her father Daniel McIvor).

In 1901 and 1911 census living house 4 in Gortfad Glebe (The Sandholes, Tyrone).

JD died 10 Sept 1911 • Gortfad Glebe The Sandholes, Tyrone, Northern Ireland, married, aged 74 (unclear the actual day), Parietal abcess and son John present at death, farmer. MJ died 21 Dec 1919-Gortfad Glebe of bronchial catarrh and exhaustion (possibly post WW1 flu), son John present at death. Widow of farmer.

John Dobson & Mary Jane’s children: Gortfod, Glebe
Robert 7 Sept 1866
Mary Jane 28 Sept 1867
James 23 Aug 1869
Catherine 14 May 1871. Married a John MCIvor in 1894 and a Daniel Mcivor in 1900. Were they her cousins? Both children of a Daniel Mcivor or a Daniel & Samuel.
John 10 Sept 1872
Margaret 7 May 1874
Hugh 1 June 1876
Annie 16 Jan 1878
Twins 11 March 1880 Isabella and male (presumably dead at birth or soon after). Isabella died in first few months 2Q 1880
Isabella 14 May 1881
Sarah 30 Aug 1883  
Arthur 5 Nov 1886
Elizabeth 13 Dec 1890

John Dobson’s will - 19 Feb 1912, he died 10 Sept 1911, farmer of Gortfad Glebe, granted at Armagh to William Little Fleming and Robert Kelly, farmers, effects nearly 700 pounds.

Mary Jane’s will - PR Will granted 12 Sept 1920 to WL Fleming and Robert John Watt, farmers

1825 Land Tithes for Brackey has these three McIvers:

Audley McIvers
Daniel McIvers
William McIvers

Questions:

1. Is Daniel in 1825 Tithe record the Daniel who had children  in Brackey in 1830's/40's?

2. Who did Daniel marry and when?

3. When did Daniel and his wife die? Presumably close by?

4. Who were Audley and William McIvers of 1825 Land tithe? Where did they marry, die?

5. There is a John McIver mentioned in Brackey 1780 householder's record. Is he related? Father or grandfather to Daniel?

6. Any birth records for Daniel, Audley and William?

Thank you for any help.

 

 

 

ChrisD

Thursday 4th May 2017, 01:52AM

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  • Hi Chris,

    Some of our volunteers might be able to answer some of your questions but the scope of Ireland Reaching Out is to reconnect the Irish diaspora with the parishes of orgin, unfortunately we can not offer a full genealogical service.

    Hopefully  a local volunteer  has this information to hand

    Meanwhile these sites may help ....

     

    www.irishgenealogy.ie

    www.rootsireland.ie

    http://www.askaboutireland.ie/griffith-valuation/

    http://historicgraves.com/

    Kind regards,

    Anne Marie

     

    Mallow Cork

    Thursday 4th May 2017, 10:15AM
  • Hello Chris,

    I am very interested in your questions, my Grandfather, John McIvor, born 3 February 1886, Sixmilecross, arrived in Cape Town, South Africa in 1909. Sadly I have not been able to find out very much about his life, family, as he passed away when I was 9 years old.

    We visited Sixmilecross and Omagh to check records, etc, and could find out very little. But a very old lady did tell us they she remembered the family and that they lived outside of Sixmilecross.

    My grandfather was a musician, playing Trumpet, and I am not sure why/how he came to be in Cape Town.

    Sixmilecross is so small, I had to contact you after reading your message.

    Kind regards,

    Deborah.

    Debmay

    Wednesday 31st May 2017, 11:12PM
  • Hello Chris & Debmay,
    I am from the Tyrone area you are researching. I am aware of the family surnames in the areas but I do not have knowledge of their ancestry. I have checked in the local phone directoty and those surnames in the areas you are reseaching still exist.
    Brackey & Gortin are in the catchment area of Omagh. There is a local newspaper "The Tyrone Constitution " in Omagh and I think if you place a notice tracing the families you may well yield results.
    Donaghmore, Pomeroy & Sandholes are in the Dungannon/ Cookstown area and again the local newspaper ""The Tyrone Courier" may yield results if a similar notice was placed in it.
    Sorry I do not have anymore information for you. Perhaps if you take the route I have suggested you will find connections to your familes.
    Regards
    Briege

    altadrum123

    Thursday 1st June 2017, 01:14PM
  • Hello Chris & Debmay,
    I am from the Tyrone area you are researching. I am aware of the family surnames in the areas but I do not have knowledge of their ancestry. I have checked in the local phone directoty and those surnames in the areas you are reseaching still exist.
    Brackey & Gortin are in the catchment area of Omagh. There is a local newspaper "The Tyrone Constitution " in Omagh and I think if you place a notice tracing the families you may well yield results.
    Donaghmore, Pomeroy & Sandholes are in the Dungannon/ Cookstown area and again the local newspaper ""The Tyrone Courier" may yield results if a similar notice was placed in it.
    Sorry I do not have anymore information for you. Perhaps if you take the route I have suggested you will find connections to your familes.
    Regards
    Briege

    altadrum123

    Thursday 1st June 2017, 01:14PM
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    Thursday 3rd October 2019, 01:49PM