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From: "Lew Gregory Jr." <>
Subject: Ulster Journal of Archaeology
Date: Sat, 07 Feb 1998 08:19:49 -0800
His some more on this index:
Vol 9, 1861-2:
page 317-323: The MacLeods of Scotland
Vol 4, 1898:
page 34; Old Session Book of Dundonal, County Down.;
Mr. Thomas Kennedy collected 1 s & 6 d, for, John
Thomson, student, 1707.
Mr. Robert Sinclair 1707
David Crawford, a broken man, 1708, taken by the French and
long in prison, he was given 8 pence.
Mr. William Hunter 1708.
Mr. James Stewart 1709.
page 89; The O'Neills of Clan-Na-Boye.
page 154; 1782, Thomas Hunter of Glenarm, Larn, Belfast.
page 195; 1594; James King of Corrard, Fermanagh. Johnston and
Douglas families also lived here.
VOL 5, 1899:
page 62; Archibald Black of Lisbenagroughmore, Dunseveric, County
Antrim, died 1855, William Morrison of Crannaught died 1829.
page 74; Rev John Thomson of Carmoney.
page 139-145; The Colville family in Ulster, owned estate of Galgorm,
being Mount Colvill in Antrim County. Also land in Newtown & Comber in
pages 149-161:The Parish of Derrkeighan, County Antrim. H. Peoples
settled at Ballyhivistock; John Stewart at Ballylusk, adn Anthony
Kennedy who resided at Armoy and held a lease at Mosside 1609.
page 151; Rev. William Fullerton at Ballymoney.
page 150; also settled at Derrkeighan were families of; Kerr, Nevin,
Campbell, Gordon, McCook, Moore, Hunter, Logan and Crawford, etc.
page 152; 1623; Presbyterian landowners proposed to be removed from
Ulster to Munster and Leinster were Derrykeighan men; Walter Kennedy,
Thomas Boyd, Archibald Boyd, John Peoples, Adam Boyd, Robert Stewart and
others. 1694; Rev. Dugald Jamison, curate. Churchwardens were; James
Stewart and Robert Crawford. Rev Chas. Hare in 1790.
page 154; James Moore of Lisconnan, and James Moore of Ilanhoe were both
relatives of the Ballydivity family of Moore. Robert Kennedy of
page 155; McClelland family of Derrykeighan. Dr. J.L. Nevin of
Ballymoney, and John Montgomer of Benvarden.
pages 180-190; Early Register of the Old Presbyterian Congregaton of
page 181; 1678; James Lowry, weaver; Wm. Stewart, tanner; John Hamelton
page 182; 1718;Shaw family of Ahoghill, Antrim. William Donalson 1700.
page186; 1696. John Ferguson & Mary Mitchell, filed marriage intentions.
1698; James Hood and Martha Strion, file marriage intentions.
page 187; 1716; Francis Hunter and Jean T(D)eath, married.
page 202-210; Colville Family in Ulster, Co. Down, copy of arms.
page 214-217; Parish of Derrykeighan, County Antrim:
page 215; David Huston of the Route
page 215-216; James McKinney, a native of County Derry and a graduate of
Glasgow, Univ. ordained 1783 at Dervock. Later forced to flee to America
where he was a preacher and anti-slavery orator. Died in Carolina in
1802. While minister at Dervock he lived on a farm at Kirkhills, and
portions of his furniture & Utensils are still preserved by a family in
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