|Richard James Edgar (#47268101)|
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|JennyG3136||Thankyou for photo|
Against Rifleman William Henry Grainger, in Authuile Military Cemetery.
|David Smith||RE: Killaney|
Thanks for your message informing me of my mistake in the County for Killaney Burial ground I will amend
David James Smith, Snr.
|Martha Mace||William Edgar from County Down|
I am a decendent of Captain John Edgar born in Ballykine, Northern Ireland. I do believe his father is John Edgar from Glasgo,Scotland. Captain John Edgar was a commander of a vessel with the British Navy on a vessel for the King of England, I think in Mid 1700's. He came to Detroit, PA and Illinois where he died in the USA. He was known as General John Edgar after he traveled from Ireland to Illinois. They named a county in Illinois after him. Edgar County, Paris, Illinois, USA. This is my GGGGG Grandfather and searching for information to connect us...well besides the Edgar Geneology book that my Mother made years back as she was a geneologist.
This is what I've found on my end from me to mother, etc.
Myself: Martha Lou Mace DOB: 13 Feb 1961
My Mothe: Evelyn Louise (Edgar) Mace (married Lewis William Mace)
DOB: 20 Oct 1930
My Grandfather: John Henry Edgar 1899-1974
My G. Grandfather: James Renwick Edgar 1855-1937
My GG Grandfather: William Morrison Edgar 1827-1908
My GGG Grandfather: Alexander John Edgar (this one is iffy)1805-1862(this could be wrong name as there is also a John Alexander)
My GGGG Grandfather: William Edgar (death date only 1831, Jul 23rd, County Down, Northern Ireland
My GGGGG Grandfather: John Edgar, Ballykine, Northern Ireland
his father from Scotland as their 3 or 4 boys moved from Scotland to Ireland...My address in USA: Martha Lou Mace,POB 21495, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82003, my phone # 405.230.0186
|Katie||First Boardmills Presbyterian Churchyard, County Down, Ireland|
I see that you have added some photos to some memorials at this cemetery. If you are ever in the area, I wonder if you would photograph the Watt family stones at that cemetery. Hugh and Mary Watt are my husband's ancestors and we would love to know if they have stones.
Added by Katie on Feb 08, 2013 4:27 PM
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