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[4qd-bannvalley] McLoughlin / Brown

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Hi Trish, I would love to be able to say to you that I have your names on my tree.Unfortunately, I don't have anything on the Browns other than what I have already given. I am up against a brick wall on the Brown one. Strangely enough I have Mitchells on my grandmothers side of the family from Ireland ( Brown is on my grandfathers side). I don't have a lot on them as I haven't done much research on them yet. What I will do is pass your e.mail address to another person who is doing this side of the family and she may have more names than I do. Good luck. S

Trish Reisima <Reisima@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:          My Great Grandmother was Sarah Brown she married William Mitchell  19/8/1867 at the Parish of Desertoghill which is not very far from Kilrea on the marriage certificate it says her father was Samuel Brown  a Weaver from Claragh.
  I would love to hear from anyone that has any information on the Mitchell's or Browns from that area
    ----- Original Message -----
  From: sarahcampbell01
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  Sent: Friday, June 02, 2006 9:06 PM
  Subject: [4qd-bannvalley] McLoughlin / Brown

  I am searching for the whereabouts my grandparents came from in Ireland. I believe it was Londonderry, possibly around Kilrea. They were William McLoughlin, b c1869, Susan Brown, b c1867, sons: William, b1893, Joseph, b1894, Robert b1900 and daughter, Lizzie, b 1898. all the children were born in Philadelphia and are on the 1900 US Federal Census.

  We believe Susan may have died in US as all the children were brought back to Ireland early 1900's to be raised by an aunt or gran.
  I do not know if there were any other siblings.

   If anyone recognises these names I would love to hear from them. Many thanks.