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[4qd-bannvalley] Warwick of Bovedy


I do not have all the acreage information on the
tenants but the TAB for "Boveady" shows

#28  x Saml. Warrack   "now" {with J & Robert written
in above}  12a/3r/22p  2a (2nd quality)

#39  Hugh Warrack 9a/3r/23p .......   2a (2nd quality)
 2a (3rd quality)  2a (4th quality)  1a(5th quality) 
2a 3r 23p (7th quality) Total -10s 2d

signed 17th April 1833


--- Thomas Moffatt <tmoffatt@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Does anyone have early 1800s information related to
> the WARWICKS of 
> Bovedy - eg. listing in the 1831 Census and/or the
> tithe applotments?
> Or anything else (other than the grave
> transcriptions in Bovedy, which I 
> found already)
> both are listed in 
> the Ord. Surv. Memoirs Emigration List, and abode
> given as Drumsaragh 
> (they are not in the tithe or census there).
> Story goes that William Douglas first married
> another WARWICK sister, 
> who died, and that MARGARET WARWICK was wife #2.
> Anything would be appreciated.
> Incidentally, interest came about after I did a
> powerpoint on the 
> Johnstons and Mooneys of Drumsaragh to my local
> Genealog. Group in New 
> Brunswick, Canada on an Aug. visit to Kilrea area. 
> A woman in the 
> audience is descended from the WARWICK and DOUGLAS
> and had no idea where 
> they were from...
> Tom Moffatt
> New Brunswick, Canada