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Looking for McCulloughs of Portadown County Armagh Ireland.

Query by kinvarra

Thomas McCullough was born in Portadown ( or perhaps a township close to Portadown) in 1863. His father was James McCullough. I have no record of who his mother was. Thomas married Mary Moreland in St Enoch's Presbyterian Church in Belfast, Ireland on February the sixteenth 1885. Thomas & Mary had the following children. Sarah ; Charlotte ; Eleanor ; Victoria ; Thomasena, & James. Victoria was blind from birth. Thomas died on his wedding anniversary, ie., on February the sixteenth, 1925. His address prior to the time of death is shown to have been, 20 Carnalea Street, Belfast. However, he died at 51 Lisburn Road, Belfast. His wife Mary died on February the ninth, 1922. Their place of abode at the time of Mary's death was 12 Earl Lane, Belfast.

Mary Moreland, Thomas' wife, was born 1866. Her parents were. Adam Moreland ( occupation Shoemaker) & Sarah Jane McGeeghan. I believe that Sarah Jane was Scottish.

Thomasena McCullough, born September the thirteenth 1898, was my mother. She married my father, William Reid,(b. Glasgow 1875 d. Glasgow 1962)in Belfast 1938. Thomasena died in Whiteabbey hospital Nth., Ireland in 1992.

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on 2008-09-14 18:37:15

kinvarra , from Busselton Western Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Sep 2008. is researching the following names: GRILLS, MCCULLOUGH.

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by kinvarra on 2008-09-14 18:44:29

I have quite a lot of information regarding the Reid family history, & can go back to the late 1700s with this. Also includes the Sommervilles. However, I am also seeking information on my great grandmother, Frances
(Fanny) Grills b.in Ireland in 1793 d. in Glasgow 1861. Her husband was James Reid, b. in Ireland in 1810 d. Glasgow in 1874.

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