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These are the names that are most likely related to members of our extended family. Unfortunately, I do not have access to this source right now. I believe I accessed it in Ireland years ago – possibly at PRONI - but early on in my research, I neglected to keep notes of sources. An act of great folly. If and when I can get to this census again, other family names would be of interest, in particular the names of DICKIE and BAILIE.
Sharon Oddie Brown. December 8, 2008

 

Creggan Parish Residents, 1776

 

The “Five Towns” refers to the Creggan townlands that are in Co. Louth. At present, there are 10 townlands that would fit this designation: Annaghvacky, Cavananore, Clonaleenaghan, Courtbane, Killyclessy, Rassan, Shanmullagh, Sheelagh, Tawnamore, and Treagh. I do not know what the original five would have been. I suspect that Cavananore would be one of them, given the known COULTER references.

 

Surname

First Name

Denomination

Townland

Notes

Bradford

John 

Protestant 

Five Towns, Co. Louth 

 

Brown 

James 

Protestant 

Altnamoighan, Co.Armagh 

 

Brown 

John 

Protestant 

Altnamoighan, Co.Armagh 

 

Brown 

John 

Protestant 

Cross, Co. Armagh 

Cross being Crossmaglen 

Brown 

William 

Protestant 

Five Towns, Co. Louth 

 

Coulter 

Andrew 

Protestant 

Five Towns, Co. Louth 

 Likely Cavananore

Coulter 

James 

Protestant 

Five Towns, Co. Louth 

 

Coulter 

John 

Protestant 

Mounthill, Co.Armagh 

 

Coulter 

John 

Protestant 

Five Towns, Co. Louth 

 Likely Cavananore

Coulter 

Widow 

Protestant 

Mounthill, Co.Armagh 

 Could this be Martha COULTER? Her husband John COULTER had a will probated in 1774.

Donaldson 

Hugh 

Protestant 

Carrowtamlatte, Co.Armagh 

 

Donaldson 

Samuel 

Protestant 

Freeghduff, Co.Armagh 

 Aka Freeduff

Donaldson 

Widow 

Protestant 

Cross, Co. Armagh 

Cross being Crossmaglen 

Donaldson 

William 

Protestant 

Cross, Co. Armagh 

Cross being Crossmaglen 

Gilmore 

John 

Papist

 Cornancarrow, Co.Armagh 

Surname spelt Gillmor

Henry 

Robert 

Protestant 

Dorsy, Co.Armagh 

 

Jackson 

George 

Protestant 

Lisgallot, Co. Armagh 

(1718-1782)

Jackson 

Owen 

Papist 

Five Towns, Co. Louth 

Cross being Crossmaglen 

Jackson 

Richard 

Protestant 

Tullyvallen, Co.Armagh 

 

Johnston 

Graham 

Protestant 

Roxborough, Co.Armagh 

 Dorsey?

Johnston 

John 

Protestant 

Dorsy, Co.Armagh 

 

Johnston 

William 

Protestant 

Dorsy, Co.Armagh 

Wm. Junior 

Johnston 

William 

Protestant 

Dorsy, Co.Armagh 

Wm. Senior 

McCullagh 

David 

Protestant 

Five Towns, Co. Louth 

 

McCullagh 

George 

Protestant 

Cross, Co. Armagh 

Cross being Crossmaglen 

McCullagh 

James 

Protestant 

Carnolly, Co. Armagh 

 

McCullagh 

Robert 

Protestant 

Altnamoighan, Co.Armagh 

 

McCullagh 

Samuel 

Protestant 

Cross, Co. Armagh 

Cross being Crossmaglen 

McCullagh 

William 

Protestant 

Cross, Co. Armagh 

Cross being Crossmaglen 

McKee 

Bryan 

Papist 

Tollyvallen, Co.Armagh 

AKA McKie 

McKee 

John 

Protestant 

Carrowtamlatte, Co.Armagh 

 

McKee 

Robert 

Protestant 

Carrowtamlatte, Co.Armagh 

 

McKee 

Thomas 

Protestant 

Carrowtamlatte, Co.Armagh 

 

McKee 

William 

Protestant 

Carrowtamlatte, Co.Armagh 

 

 

 

 

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