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Family of John & Jane Bradshaw

of Downpatrick, Co. Down

       

20-Aug-11

Husband

John Bradshaw

 

Reference

Born:

bef. 1778    

Married:

bef. 1799    

Died:

     

Buried:

     

Father:

     

Mother:

     

Wife

Jane    

Born:

bef. 1778    

Died:

     

Buried:

     

Father:

     

Mother:

     

Children

     
 

Name

Ally Bradshaw

   
 

Born:

19 August 1800 Downpatrick, Co. Down CLDS

1

Married:

     
 

Died:

     
 

Buried:

     
 

Spouse:

     
 

Name

William Bradshaw    
 

Born:

06 April 1803

Downpatrick, Co. Down

CLDS

2

Married:

20 April 1831

Parish of Saul, Co. Down

 
 

Died:

18 January 1879

Ballykilbeg, Downpatrick, Co Down, Ireland

NAI - 1/511

 

Buried:

     
 

Spouse:

Anne Hinds

   
 

Name

Samuel Bradshaw

 

 
 

Born:

15 May 1805 Downpatrick, Co. Down CLDS

3

Married:

     
 

Died:

     
 

Buried:

     
 

Spouse:

 

   

Notes:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Family of William Bradshaw & Anne Hinds,

of Ballykilbeg, Co. Down

       

08-Feb-09

Husband

William Bradshaw

Servant

Reference

Born:

06 April 1803

Co. Down

Internet Source

Married:

20 April 1831

Parish of Saul, Co. Down

 

Died:

18 January 1879

Ballykilbeg, Downpatrick, Co Down, Ireland

NAI - 1/511

Buried:

     

Father:

John Bradshaw

 

Internet Source

Mother:

Jane

 

Internet Source

Wife

Anne Hinds

   

Born:

bef. 1810

Co. Down

 

Died:

     

Buried:

     

Father:

Unknown

   

Mother:

Unknown

   

Children

     
 

Name

Anne Bradshaw

   
 

Born:

07 December 1831

Seaforde, Co. Down

Internet Source

1

Married:

12 May 1854

Parish Church, Downpatrick, Co Down, Ireland

NAI - 4/676

 

Died:

     
 

Buried:

     
 

Spouse:

Samuel Blair

Labourer, Ballydonnell, Co. Down

Marriage record

 

Name

Sarah Bradshaw    
 

Baptism:

22 April 1838 Downpatrick, Co. Down CLDS
 

Married:

     
 

Died:

     
 

Buried:

     
 

Spouse:

     
 

Name

Susanna Bradshaw

   
 

Born:

Bef. 1840

Co. Down

 

2

Married:

10 July 1861

First Down (Presbyterian) Meeting House, Downpatrick

NAI - 4/807

 

Died:

     
 

Buried:

     
 

Spouse:

John Paterson

Butler, son of Thomas Paterson, Labourer

Marriage record

Notes:

 

 

Jane Bradshaw, witness at Susanna's 1861 marriage may be her sister?

 

 

 

 

 

Griffith Valuation of Ireland

 

Name

Townland

Parish 

Barony

Union

County

Map Ref

William Bradshaw

Ballykilbeg

Down

Lacale Upper

Downpatrick

Down

65

 

 

National Archives of Ireland - Marriage Record

 

Samuel Blair & Anne Bradshaw

 

District of

Downpatrick

Reference

4/676

Date

12 May 1854

Groom

Samuel Blair 

Age

Full

Condition

Bachelor, Labourer, Ballydonnell, Parish of Down

Groom's Father

Matthew Blair, Labourer

Bride

Anne Bradshaw, Servant, Ballykilbeg

Age

Full

Condition

Spinster

Bride's Father

William Bradshaw, Servant

Location

The Parish Church, Downpatrick

Religion

United Church of England & Ireland by Licence, H Moffat, Curate

Witnesses

Charles Johnston, Thomas Truesdale & William Bradshaw

 

 

john Patterson & Susanna Bradshaw

 

District of

Downpatrick

Reference

4/807

Date

10 July 1861

Groom

John Patterson, Butler

Age

Full

Condition

Widower

Groom's Father

Thomas Patterson, Labourer

Bride

Susanna Bradshaw

Age

Full

Condition

Spinster

Bride's Father

William Bradshaw, Servant

Location

First Down Meeting House

Religion

Presbyterian by Licence - S L Mahon

Witnesses

Samuel Patterson, Jane Bradshaw

 

 

 


 

 

 

BLN = Belfast Newsletter (held in Belfast Newspaper Library)

Census = Census of Ireland

CLDS = Church of Latter Day Saints

FHL = Quaker Records

mic = microfilm

NAI = National Archives of Ireland

PRONI = Public Records Office of Northern Ireland

TCD = Trinity College Dublin

 

 

 


 

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