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Fiona Campbell at show would like help please!

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WDYTYA Advisor Report 22 Feb 2013 14:36

Descendants of Watters, Calvert, Thompson and Rainey - all from northern ireland and Belfast.
William watters family dairymen in Andersons Town Belfast around 1901, They were all married in Malone Road Presbyterian church in Belfast.
Rachel Calverts originally from Dundrod and Killead county Antrim.
John Thompson and James Rainey Belfast.
Also the Cree family from Lisburn - they were shoemakers - William Cree. Married 1872 Lisburn Cathedral - any descendants please reply. Thank you very much!


+++DetEcTive+++ Report 22 Feb 2013 20:18

The best course of action would be to take out a standard subscription, and use the 'search all trees' function on this site. With out specific names and dates, we can't accurately do that on your behalf.

If anyone has the same names as you, you will then be able to send them a message.

There is at least one tree with William Watters 1905 Belfast
At least 10 trees with William Cree born anytime Co Antrim
40 x James Rainey born Belfast.

Although possible, its unlikely that any descendents will chance upon this post. As it's against the T&C of the site to post contact details such as an email address, it would be difficult for them to get in contact, or you them other than through the private message system.

Hope to see your posting soon under your own name, and welcome you to the GR community.



rootgatherer Report 24 Feb 2013 10:32

You can search the 1901 and 1911 Irish census free here