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Marriage: Children:
  1. Samuel Gilmore: Birth: 21 Dec 1874 in Liscalgot House, Crossmaglen, Co. Armagh, Ireland. Death: 2 Oct 1946 in Hong Kong

  2. Mary Jane Gilmore: Birth: 29 Jan 1876 in Liscalgot House, Crossmaglen, Co Armagh. Death: 4 Sep 1907 in The Manse, Ballycarry, Co. Antrim

  3. David Gilmore: Birth: 27 Apr 1878 in Probably Liscalgot. Death: 18 Aug 1959

  4. John Gilmore: Birth: 15 May 1880 in Liscalgot House, Crossmaglen, Co Armagh. Death: 7 Jun 1884 in Liscalgot House, Crossmaglen, Co Armagh

  5. Elizabeth Oliver Gilmore: Birth: 3 Oct 1883 in Liscalgot House, Crossmaglen, Co Armagh. Death: 16 Jul 1899 in Liscalgot House, Crossmaglen, Co. Armagh, Ireland

  6. Ethel Sarah Gilmore: Birth: 16 Mar 1885. Death: 2 Jan 1982 in Greenisland Hospital, Newtownabbey, Co. Antrim

  7. Thomas Jackson Gilmore: Birth: 11 Nov 1887. Death: 8 Jun 1939 in Cantonal Hospital, Lausanne, Switzerland

  8. Edith Eileen Gilmore: Birth: 27 Jan 1890. Death: 25 Jan 1977 in Groomsport Road, Bangor, Co. Down

1. Title:   Gitte Priscilla Collins JACKSON's research
2. Title:   Notes
3. Title:   1911 Census
4. Title:   Wendy Jack Research McCullagh Family
5. Title:   Note
6. Title:   Family Tree of Dr. Thomas Alexander McNeil
7. Title:   Wendy Jack Website Jack/McCullagh families

a. Note:   Gilmore also spelled "Gillmere" Shows up at Liscolgat as a farmer in Bassetts County Armagh 1888 In conversation with Eilie McBRIDE - One or two of his brothers endedup in New Orleans. After he died, his son-in-law Tom BARTLEYaccompanied him to New Orleans. They sailed on a boat captained byCpt. Parry, but there was yellow fever when they got there, so theydecided not to disembark. As a consequence, the estate was claimed bythe government. There may be a connetcion with the HADRA family of NewOrleans - a marriage connection? The only HADRA I have been able tofind was an Edward HADRA, a recruit of Louisiana who was dishacrgedMay 6, 1863 with a disability from Company K of the 24th Ill Infantry. Tom McNEIL adds: The scrap of paper which revealed Esther also statedthat David had left money to Eliezer. Presumably this was the legacythat Eliza JACKSON referred to in her letters. There was also a notesaying that George "did well in America" so he may have been the NewOrleans problem that Eliezer and Tom Bartley tried to sort out,unsuccessfully, in 1899. As far as I know Eliezer had two brothers who went to America - Georgeand David. The legacy mentioned by Eliza in 1888 I didn't know aboutbefore. There was another story about a legacy from one of his brothers (whichone I know not) in 1899 which Eliezer and my grandfather Tom Bartleywent to try and sort out My mother wrote a brief memo about this -"Father went with Grandfather to America about something to do withGrandfather's brother's estate. I never heard the details of theirmission except that it was not successful and they returnedimmediately on account of a typhus outbreak. The Torr Head, a cargoboat was their means of transport." Attached is a copy of Tom Bartley's passage ticket which gives thedate as 1899 and the destination as New Orleans. Maybe there is arecord somewhere of the death of a David or George Gilmore in the areaof New Orleans in 1899. Conversation with Eilie "Grandfather [Eliezer Gilmore] made [?] byblasting the rocks & put rocks in the centre of the field and plantedtrees around them 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.