Frances Oliver Brown: Birth: 27 Oct 1881 in Killynure House, Co. Armagh. Death: 21 Mar 1925 in Vassar Brothers' Hospital, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY, USA
Herbert Evelyn Brown: Birth: 20 Aug 1889 in Killynure House, Co. Armagh. Death: 17 May 1927 in Cornwall General Hospital, Stormount County, Ontario, Canada
Title: Belfast and the Province of Ulster in the 20th Century by Robert M.Young, B.A. J.P
Title: LDS files
Title: Register of Baptisms of 1st Ballybay Presbyterian Church
Title: Letter, Bessie Brown 1915
Title: Mary McNeil Charts
Title: LDS film 10101250
Title: Marriage Certificate
Title: Family Bible
Title: Emerald Ancestors
Title: Belfast Newsletter Birth Marriages and Deaths
Note: The name of Thompson Brown of Killynure is mentioned in the list ofmembers of the Dispensary Committee of Armagh, as an Elected Guardianof the Union Workhouse and as a farmer (p. 135, 143 & p.143 "CountyArmagh: One Hundred Years Ago" A Guide and Directory 1888. Compiled byGeorge Henry Bassett. When he died, the land went to George, then he died and it went toRobert. Blin managed it. He built the current house at Killyneur. The toilet had a delft bluepattern. The house is two miles past Milford on the road to Monahan inBrown's hollow. There is a concrete square with the name BROWN on it which is wherethe Browns of this generation were all interred. NOTE: It is family legend that he came from Ballybay. I have come todoubt this. The Register of the Royal School of Armagh indicates that he is a J.P.which we assume to mean "Justice of the Peace". He is also mentionedas a J.P. in the marriage notice of his son, Thomas. SOURCE: County Armagh 100 years Ago: "(under Farmer & resident) Brown,T., Killynure,M" NOTE M=Milford Sub-post Office. GUESSING: email 765 - Thompson family from Sheila Thompson. p367 Page on John S. BROWN & Sons linen maufacturers. NOTE: his sonwas George Herbert BROWN - makes a link quite likely. of LURGEN. Itthen became BROWN & LIDDELL. NOTE on Dean William Orr's version of the family tree (he was a friendof Mary Menary) Thompson "Brown" is spelled "Browne". ARMAGH GUARDIAN: January 18, 1867 Marriage notice: "Jan 8 in Creggan, near Newtownhamilton, Mr. ThompsonBrowne, Dame St.,, Dublin to Bessie, eldest daughter of Mr. DavidJackson, Wiker (sic) Lodge, Co. Armagh." Thom's Directory of Dublin, 1868 shows Brown of Wholesale & RetailLinen and Woolen Drapers, Haberdashers, Hosiers, Glovers, Lacemen,Silk Mercers etc. #59-61 Dame Street Listed as "Brown, McConkey & Co.Also at 1& 2 Eustace St. NOTE McCOnkey was a witness to his marriage. SOURCE: Full Circle - [p 100, a "Thompson BROWNE" is mentioned in 1889subscription to repairs for First Ballybay Church, one pound.
RootsWeb.com is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.