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From: "Charles.Clark" <>
Subject: Re: [Sc-Ir] Some more from Antrim/Ballymoney/Coleraine
Date: Tue, 02 Mar 2004 20:55:51 +1300
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Strictly speaking, northeastern Donegal would be the Inishowen Peninsula, which
was not particularly presbyterian as I understand it. But the reference book for
that, or at least for the family of Young of Culdaff, which is on the northeast
side of Inishowen, is "Three Hundred Years in Inishowen", by Amy Young
But I presume you are looking more at the fertile area just to the south of the
Inishowen Peninsula, known as the Laggan.
Do you mean Alexander G. Lecky's "History of the Laggan Presbytery"?
I have a photocopy that someone sent me some years ago, but I gather it's
available at the LDS anyway
> Linda and all,
> Does anyone have information or know where to look to find more on the small
> group of what I assume were Covenanters who emigrated from northeastern
> Donegal to the northeastern corner of Butler Co. Pa. (Parker Twp.and Cherry
> Township that I know of) during the late 1700's into the mid 1800's? I
> think my Blacks may have been a part of them (Robert Black). Any and all
> information appreciated.
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