Hi Cliff One name in particular in your list has leaped out at me, Oliver Barton. I have
come across this name in my research also. I found a marriage settlement recorded in the
Deeds Register from the late 1700s. This seems to be the beginnings of a strong
intergenerational connection between the Bartons of Colaghty and the Blayneys of Dromore
until a huge number of them up and departed for Canada in the 1830s.What period is your
Oliver from? Kind Regards CherylResearching from the Fermanagh/Tyrone border parishes;
BARTON, BLAYNEY, CAMPBELL, CROZIER, DAVIES, IRVINE, JOHNSTON, MOFFITT, SMITH, SPROULE
& from further afield in Clogher - KILLEN and lastly CHAPMAN from Antrim; all
protestant with strong Methodist leanings :)
Sent: Sunday, 31 January 2016, 7:16
Subject: FERMANAGH-GOLD Digest, Vol 11, Issue 82
Date: Sat, 30 Jan 2016 19:51:11 +0000 (UTC)
From: "Cliff. Johnston" <texasfalconer(a)att.net>
Subject: FERMANAGH-GOLD FYI - HELP, everyone!!!
Clifford "Cliff." JohnstonResearching the surnames [some more than others ;-)]:?
JOHNSON, JOHNSTON/E, JOHNSTOUN/E, ANDERSON, M(a)cQUEEN, MUIR,?WYLIE, BARTON (Oliver),
SPROULE, GRANT, WHITE, MULLEN, GRAVES, MOORE, HOGG, THOBURN, LUMLEY, WAY, REID, STOUGHTON,
O'BRIEN, CURLIE, THOMPSON, MONTGOMERY, KNOWLES, WISEMAN, LEWIS, GORDON, BLACK,
BRECHTELSBAUER, HILL, McDONALD, RIVARD, McKENZIE, ELLSWORTH, GARRETT, MacLEOD, PRESLEY,
ROBILLARD, McLAUGHLIN, HARDING, FISHER, GLICK, SKUCE, TODD, DERBY, SMITH, LaBRANCHE,
GOODRUM, DIXON, DUNSMORE, MIMEE, RIDELL, &?DAYE.? I'll try to put these in
alphabetical order some day and attach countries, spouses, dates...then again, may be
not...seems like a lot of work...lol...