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From: Ron Lindsay <>
Subject: [LINDSAY] George Lindsay Irish Immigrant
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 2002 14:26:37 -0800
In-Reply-To: <008301c1d2b4$a810e3f0$6401a8c0@amd>

Greetings Reitstuf,


(1) Could you provide us with the name of the source document for George
Lindsay's ca. 1807 birth in Armagh, Ireland?
(2) Is there a source to verify his entry into New York as an immigrant
(Ellis Island record, ship register, etc.)?
(3) Was Mary's maiden name McKenzie or Sheridan?
(4) Do you have knowledge of the genealogies for the descendants of the
male children George W. Lindsay and John A. Lindsay?
(5) Are there living males of these Lindsay lineages that you are aware of?


Ron Lindsay
San Jose, CA

At 03:49 PM 3/23/02 -0600, you wrote:
>George LINDSAY was born circa 1807 in the County of Armagh, Ireland.He
>married Mary (MC KENZIE) (SHERIDAN) born circa 1810 in Ireland. They came
>to New York and are listed on the 1850 census for Remsen, Oneida County.
>They had the following children:
>Jane Eliza b. circa 1840 in Ireland
>Mary Ann b. circa 1843 in Ireland
>Sarah b. circa 1847 in New York (married in Sheboygan Co., Wisconsin to
>Michael MURRAY)
>George W. b. circa 1848 in New York (married in Sheboygan Co., Wisconsin to
>John A. b. 1849 in New York (married in Sheboygan Co., Wisconsin to Margaret
>Mary MC KENZIE SHERIDAN LINDSAY had the following children from her first
>Margaret, married William FLANNIGAN; Hannah, married Edward COUGHLIN; Anne,
>married Henry LINDSAY (the brother ? of her mother's 2nd husband)
>Other possible relatives living in close proximity during the 1850 & 1860
>Census for Remsen, Oneida Co., New York:
>Mary LINSEY, age 65 b. ca. 1775 in Ireland
>John LINSEY age 33 b. ca. 1817 in Ireland (wife Bridget)
>Alexander LINSEY age 25 b. ca. 1825 in Ireland (wife Mary)
>Henry LINSEY age 31 b. ca. 1829 in Ireland (wife Ann)
>Edward McKENZIE age 40 b. Ireland (wife Cecily)
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