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Belfast Genealogy / Re: Victor Stewart a
« Last post by 17124 on Today at 02:42:36 PM »
Colin a big welcome back -you have been greatly missed.

jilly :-*
I'll second that    :clapping: :yahoo:
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Belfast Genealogy / Re: Victor Stewart a
« Last post by JimG on Today at 02:20:19 PM »
sorry i left out

the great ros davies not for profit website has http://www.rosdavies.com/SURNAMES/M/Megarry.htm
Miss   Eliza   McGARY   .   Dromara   wife of John Wilson of Drin ; mother of Mary bpt. May 1851 at a Dromara Catholic Church   PR
Miss   Elizabeth   McGARRY   .   Dromara   mother of Joseph b. 16 Dec 1868
James H.   McGARRY   .   Dromara   of Moybrick; a seat holder at Dromara Reformed Presbyterian Church 31 Mar 1914   CSDRF Chpt 5
John   McGARRY   .   Dromara   on church committee for Dromara Reformed Presbyterian Church Jan 1928   CSDRF Chpt 5

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Belfast Genealogy / Re: Victor Stewart a
« Last post by JimG on Today at 01:47:33 PM »
getting a quick picture of Stewart name with Glenwherry Street from street directories
thanks to Mary Lennon  http://www.lennonwylie.co.uk/
1912
Glenwherry Street
Swift Street to Shamrock Street
15. Morgan, James, labourer
17. Filson, Sarah
29. Megarry, James, labourer [the nearest spelling to Meharry found in case it was a typo]
1918
Glenwherry Street
Swift Street to Shamrock Street
15. Stewart, Maggie
17. Maguinness, John, painter
1924
Glenwherry Street
Swift Street to Shamrock Street
15. Stewart, Maggie
17. Carr, Geo., printer
19. McCoul, Matthew, labourer
1932
Glenwherry Street
Swift Street to Shamrock Street
15. Stewart, Miss Annie
17. Gibson, Geo., labourer
 1943
Glenwherry Street
from 49 Swift Street to Shamrock Street
15. Stewart, Miss Annie
17. Hanna, Samuel, soldier
1951
Glenwherry Street
15. Stewart, Miss Annie
 17. Hunter, A., iron dresser
1960
Glenwherry Street
15. McAleese, Wm., electrician
 17. Hunter, A., iron dresser

is there some connection?
have run out of time welcome back much missed CMcG
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Belfast History and Memories / Re: St Malachy's College
« Last post by stiofan on Today at 12:41:49 PM »
One thing I could never understand was the post of Dean of Discipline. Many or most of the teachers seemed perfectly prepared to use the cane or the strap, so what was the point of having a Dean of Discipline to do the same thing? Just curious.
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Belfast History and Memories / Re: Joe McKibbin's
« Last post by tones on Today at 12:32:25 PM »
My late father used to threaten me with such a whaling that ye wont know yer a**e from Joe McKibbins picture house. How ones a**e could be beaten into something resembling wee Joes I know not, and Im glad I never found out.
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Belfast History and Memories / Re: Re: Who do you know from the Market
« Last post by derdrei on Today at 12:08:26 PM »
does anyone know or could they find out for me
 if they knows a lot about our house
could you try and find out for me please
there where pictures around the walls of my mom .my little sister and brother
who died when they where 10 months old
do you know if anyone got in and got these pictures saved
was a picture of my aunt nell nolan also

 
 
dolly  *
dolly loved nell nolan I and kathleen nolan where great friends as kids.
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Belfast History and Memories / Re: Talk of the town ( night club )
« Last post by derdrei on Today at 11:37:01 AM »
My mum was a singer there, her stage name was Arnie Palmer.
do you remember the year or dates when your mum worked there.
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Belfast Genealogy / Re: Mary Ann Keys
« Last post by Familyresearcher5000 on Today at 09:55:18 AM »
Hi Pal,

Thanks so much.

F Researcher
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Belfast Genealogy / Re: Mary Ann Keys
« Last post by palmal on Today at 09:48:55 AM »
Hello, If you check the  www.FamilySearch.org site [ LDS Mormon Church] you will see it as 11th May 1865.
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Belfast Genealogy / Re: Victor Stewart a
« Last post by Peter stewart on Today at 09:34:24 AM »
CMcG - thanks very much for your help and the links - looks like I may have to visit Crossgar!
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