Caledon, Co Tyrone, Northern Ireland

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I am pretty certain my great great grandfather John Weir was coachman at Caledon. His son Robert Weir was married in Caledon Church of Ireland in 1867 when it records his father as John Weir coachman address Caledon Hill. Does that strike a cord with anyone? Just found the website. Thank you for opportunity to use the guest book, Ann Mc

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I am trying to trace my ancestor named Johnston Marlow, who was born in Caledon about 1780. He joined the Inniskilling Dragoons in 1800 and moved to England where he married Elizabeth Robinson in 1803.
What a great site for a small village! I intend to visit.


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I lived near Caledon and my grandfather lived at Annaghroe for many years. Now live in England, but still visit family there regularly

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Hi I am the grandson of William Robinson and my mother was Anne Robinson. She had a sister named Wynne she also had brothers named Benny, Eric, and George who I still have regular conversations with by phone. We still have relations living in Caledon Lesley who's married to Lilly of Pomroy although we don't see them very often these day's. Would love to hear from any one that remembers us via email.

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I am looking for information on Bernard McKenna who married Corrigan about 1838. I know he was from county Tyrone, however, unsure of the townland. Could they have come from Caledon. They emigrated to Canada about 1840. any help would be appreciated.

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i WOULD LIKE TO SEND SOME INFORMATION TO SOMEONE IN THE GUESTBOOK

Added: October 16, 2013
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A usefull site for information about persons who died in Ireland in past years until present times is www,irishgraveyards.ie.Some Caledon and Aghaloo graveyards are currently mapped and more are in the process.Hope this helps.

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I was wondering if there were still any McBrides living in the village. My great grandfather was a Robert McBride who lived at 10 High Street in the early 1900's. My grandmother was Olive McBride (Hart) who moved to Kilmarnock (Stewarton) in Scotland before the war. Any information about the rest of the family would be greatly appreciated.

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Do you have a Felix Sherry and Alice Sherry (formerly Kelly) in your family tree? They were married on 5 August 1857 in Aghaloo Parish, County Tyrone and were both Roman Catholics. Unfortunately, that is all the information I have and so I am wondering how many Catholic churches existed in the parish of Aghaloo at that time.

Felix and Alice emigrated to the United States with their one month old son, John Henry Sherry, arriving in New York in October of 1859 on a ship called The Middlesex.

Where are the Aghaloo RC parish registers kept so that I can ascertain any family connections? Any assistance or suggestions would be gratefully received.

Thank you.


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any body know about my gg/granddad samual allen farmer married anne Stinson 1849 Caledon meeting house ggg/oliver allen allen farmer

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