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Samuel McCormick b 1792, Ireland husband of Esther Gunion.

Query by coinblar

Looking for information on Samuel McCormick husband of Esther Gunion. The 1851 census of Scotland (Irvine) states his birth place as Portasser Dowingale but this place does not exist.
Samuel disappears after the death of his wife on 3rd Apr 1856 in Irvine. Samuel signed the death cert. They had the following children of whom I have various information-

REBBECA McCORMICK b1827 Dundonald, Ayrshire d 1887 Govan, Lanarkshire Scotland married a George Goble 1847 Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland

ELIZABETH McCORMICK b1829 Dundonald, Ayrshire. I have no more info.

ESTHER McCORMICK b1832 Dundonald, Ayrshire. Died before 1848

SAMUEL McCORMICK b1834 Irvine,Ayrshire d1908 Govan, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Married Agnes McNeil 1856 in Irvine, Ayrshire.

MATILDA McCORMICK b1836 Dundonald, Ayrshire d1907 Old Monklands, Lanarkshire. Married James Christie 1864 in Dundonald, Ayrshire.

JOHN McCORMICK b1838 Dundonald, Ayrshire. No further info

WILLIAM McCORMICK b1842 Dundonald, Ayrshire. No further info

EDWARD McCORMICK b1843 Dundonald, Ayrshire. No further info

ESTHER McCORMICK b1848 Dundonald, Ayrshire. No further info

Attached is a copy of the death cert for Esther Gunion.

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on 2012-03-21 05:13:26

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by SilverVixen on 2012-03-22 10:03:48

In Find My Past translation of the 1851 census shows him born in Dowmgale, Portaferry, Ireland. Cannot find a Dowmgale but portaferry is real

by coinblar on 2012-03-22 14:46:01

I have had a look at the original census and Portaferry makes more sense. I can definitely see it now. Portaferry also happens be to in County Down. My guess is my relation had a heavy accent that the census rep could not quite comprehend. Once again SilverVixen I thank you :)

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