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Griffiths Valuatiohn 12B/18/6A-E Derryboy Valuation Revisions 1860 - 1930
15 Ba Samuel Morrow
Changed to Roland Savage in 1878
Changed to James Ringland 1889

Both Roland and brother William left Derryboy by 1889??
The are passenger records for William in 1888, no records to date found for Rowland but he did die in Canada in 1889, so he emigrated before that date, his wife remarried and is children were rasied by her and her new husband Christopher Albertson. See 1901 census of Canada. It appears from some of the information of the children that Roland and family emigrated to Canada around 1886.

Griffiths Valuatiohn 12B/18/6A-E Derryboy Valuation Revisions 1860 - 1930
15 Ba Samuel Morrow
Changed to Roland Savage in 1878
Changed to James Ringland 1889

Both Roland and brother William left Derryboy by 1889??
The are passenger records for William in 1888, no records to date found for Rowland but he did die in Canada in 1889, so he emigrated before that date, his wife remarried and is children were rasied by her and her new husband Christopher Albertson. See 1901 census of Canada. It appears from some of the information of the children that Roland and family emigrated to Canada around 1886.
 
Savage, Rowland (I615)
 
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Savage, Jane Osborne (I674)
 
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Killinchy Church of Ireland Graveyard: Gravestone Inscription:
MCCANN ….. erected by Hamilton McCann, Killinchy, in memory of his daughter
Jane, born 8 June 1858, died 5 June 1866. The above named Hamilton McCann died 31
March 1904 aged 73 years. Also his wife, Mary McCann, died 2 Dec 1922 aged 88
years. Also his son Thomas McCann, died 23 July 1923 aged 53 years. 
Osborne, Mary Farrell (I2740)
 
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Killyleagh Death Records 1864 -90 - 28 Apr 1878 at Killinchy Savage Lowry Osborne married 70 farmer Informant Francis E. Osborne

Killinchy Church of Ireland Cemetery Tombstone Inscription:
OSBORNE: ........ Erected by Savage L. Osborne, Killinchy, in memory of his two sons James, born 5 June 1849, died 1 Sept 1859; Thomas Osborne born 1844 died 17 Jan 1869. Also Wm., third son born 23 Oct 1846 died 1 Sept 1875. Also the said Savage L. Osborne, born 30 Nov 1807, died 28 April 1878. Also his wife Jane Osborne born 3 Aug 1810, died 24 Sept. 1879. His son Francis Eddens Osborne born 24 April 1837, died 5 May 1886.

Last know residenced Rose Cottage Killinchy - Picture from 1906 and 2001 in possession of W. Savage and in scrapbook current address in N. Ireland 13 Main Street, Killinchy, Newtonards, BT236PN, UK on Google
 
Osborne, Savage Lowry (I2160)
 
5 Reference: 3.031.06. Aaron Allen Prater I b.& d.dates Dudley Tatman's Book.d.1797,Lillard puts D.1777

Aron's marriage licence was issued by Governor Ogle, to All Hallows Parish
(Episcapalian), Ann Arundel Co., Md., Rev. William Brogden performed the
Ceremony. Arons wife, the daughter of Jonathan Prather, was his cousin.
In the Marriage documents it list him as Allen Prather. He was born on 10 October 1710 at Orphans Gift, Prince George, Md. He married Mary JanePrater, daughter of Jonathan Prather ( Prater II and Elizabeth Bigger, on 10 October 1738 at South River Parish, Anne Arundel Co., Md. Aaron Allen Prater I was buried in 1777 at Montgomery, Md. He died on 14 February 1777 at Rockville, Montgomery, Md 
Prather, Aaron Allen (I4129)
 
6 The fourth daughter of this family was Cynthia Glover. She was born in 1808; was married to James Whited in 1827. Cynthia was a most industrious woman. When she was a girl she raised a large number of ducks to get their feathers to make her a bed The night hawks gave her a deal of trouble, as they would come at night and catch and carry away her precious little ducklings One night when a hawk had pounced down on a duckling, had killed it and was trying to get away with it, she ran out at the gate taking the gate-pin in her hand with which she killed the murderer of her duckling.1 Lou Cynthia Glover was born in 1808 at Cherokee, South Carolina.2,3,4 She was the daughter of George Glover and Rebecca Bynum. Lou Cynthia Glover married Rev. James T. Whited, son of Richard Whitehead and Elizabeth (?), on 28 August 1827 at St. Clair, Alabama, by Justice of the Peace William Little. Glover, Lou Cynthia (I138)
 
7 "folio 458, Indenture, 14 Apr 1723, enrolled 25 Jul 1723 - From: Stephen Yoakley of Prince George's County, Gentleman, To: Thomas Williams, planter of Prince George's County - For and in consideration of a marriage already solemnized between Stephen Yoakley and Martha Prather, formerly the wife of Thomas Prather, late of Prince George's County, dec'd, now wife of Yoakley; one moiety of a tract of land called 'Backland' in Prince George's County of 300 acres; formerly held by John Bigger and leased by Yoakley to Patrick Andrews; Martha to have use of this land for her lifetime; after her decease to Aaron Prather, son of Martha by Thomas Prather, deceased; if Aaron die before 21 to go to Rachael Prather, daughter of Martha. Signed by Stephen Yoakley (seal) Witnesses: Joseph Belt, Thomas Sprigg."

"The Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland, 1717 to 1726" by Elise Greenup Jourdan:
 
Sprigg, Martha (I4092)
 
8 "folio 458, Indenture, 14 Apr 1723, enrolled 25 Jul 1723 - From: Stephen Yoakley of Prince George's County, Gentleman, To: Thomas Williams, planter of Prince George's County - For and in consideration of a marriage already solemnized between Stephen Yoakley and Martha Prather, formerly the wife of Thomas Prather, late of Prince George's County, dec'd, now wife of Yoakley; one moiety of a tract of land called 'Backland' in Prince George's County of 300 acres; formerly held by John Bigger and leased by Yoakley to Patrick Andrews; Martha to have use of this land for her lifetime; after her decease to Aaron Prather, son of Martha by Thomas Prather, deceased; if Aaron die before 21 to go to Rachael Prather, daughter of Martha. Signed by Stephen Yoakley (seal) Witnesses: Joseph Belt, Thomas Sprigg."

"The Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland, 1717 to 1726" by Elise Greenup Jourdan:
 
Prather, Aaron Allen (I4129)
 
9 "folio 458, Indenture, 14 Apr 1723, enrolled 25 Jul 1723 - From: Stephen Yoakley of Prince George's County, Gentleman, To: Thomas Williams, planter of Prince George's County - For and in consideration of a marriage already solemnized between Stephen Yoakley and Martha Prather, formerly the wife of Thomas Prather, late of Prince George's County, dec'd, now wife of Yoakley; one moiety of a tract of land called 'Backland' in Prince George's County of 300 acres; formerly held by John Bigger and leased by Yoakley to Patrick Andrews; Martha to have use of this land for her lifetime; after her decease to Aaron Prather, son of Martha by Thomas Prather, deceased; if Aaron die before 21 to go to Rachael Prather, daughter of Martha. Signed by Stephen Yoakley (seal) Witnesses: Joseph Belt, Thomas Sprigg."

"The Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland, 1717 to 1726" by Elise Greenup Jourdan:
 
Prather, Rachael (I4128)
 
10 "folio 458, Indenture, 14 Apr 1723, enrolled 25 Jul 1723 - From: Stephen Yoakley of Prince George's County, Gentleman, To: Thomas Williams, planter of Prince George's County - For and in consideration of a marriage already solemnized between Stephen Yoakley and Martha Prather, formerly the wife of Thomas Prather, late of Prince George's County, dec'd, now wife of Yoakley; one moiety of a tract of land called 'Backland' in Prince George's County of 300 acres; formerly held by John Bigger and leased by Yoakley to Patrick Andrews; Martha to have use of this land for her lifetime; after her decease to Aaron Prather, son of Martha by Thomas Prather, deceased; if Aaron die before 21 to go to Rachael Prather, daughter of Martha. Signed by Stephen Yoakley (seal) Witnesses: Joseph Belt, Thomas Sprigg."

"The Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland, 1717 to 1726" by Elise Greenup Jourdan:
 
Yoakley, Stephen (I4134)
 
11 <i>Find A Grave</i>. Find A Grave. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Source (S198)
 
12 <i>Find A Grave</i>. Find A Grave. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Source (S215)
 
13 <i>GreyPower Deceased Data</i>. compiled by Wilmington Millennium, West Yorkshire. Source (S286)
 
14 <i>Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records</i>. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Historical Society of Pennsylvania. <p><i>Methodist Church Records</i>. Valley Forge, Pennsylvania: Eastern Pennsylvania United Methodist Church Commission on Archives and History.</p> Source (S200)
 
15 <i>Tennessee Delayed Birth Records, 1869–1909</i>. Nashville, Tennessee: Tennessee State Library and Archives. Source (S278)
 
16 <i>Will Calendars</i>. Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. http://www.proni.gov.uk/index/search_the_archives/will_calendars.htm: accessed 25 February 2013. Source (S190)
 
17 11 Oct 1944 Cleveland Cuyahoga, Ohio
widow of the late Andrew; sister of Mary Foley of Chicago and John, Margaret and Bessie Foley (deceased). Funeral from the late residence, 1235 E. 85th, and from St. Thomas Aquinas Church Saturday, June 15, at 12 noon. (date is error) 
Foley, Anna (I5440)
 
18 1790 Surry County North Carolina Census: William Faulkner, 2 male 16 and up, 6 male under 16, 3 females, 5 slaves. Following copied from world connect file of Joe Miller :"Will abstract of William Forkner of Surry Co, North Carolina dated Feb 7, 1807. Wife, Susanna:Sons: Micajah, William, James, Martin, Lewis, Isacc, and Pleasant. Daughters : Violet Jackson, Amer Jackson to have the bonds of Deskin Haney, Lucy, Dau Marry Harris, Exec Son in law Elijah Harris1790 Surry County, North Carolina census: William Faulkner; 2 male 16 and up, 6 male under 16, 3 females, 5 slaves.
Following copied from WorldConnect file of Joe Miller: "Will abstract of William Forkner of Surry Co, NC, dated Feb 7, 1807: Wife, Susanna; Sons: Micajah, William, James, Martin, Lewis, Isaac, and Pleasant; Daughters: Violet Jackson, Amer Jackson to have the bonds of Deskin Haney; Lucy; Dau. Mary Harris, Exec: Son-in-Law, Elijah Harris."
1790 Surry County North Carolina Census: William Faulkner, 2 male 16 and up, 6 male under 16, 3 females, 5 slaves. Following copied from world connect file of Joe Miller :"Will abstract of William Forkner of Surry Co, North Carolina dated Feb 7, 1807. Wife, Susanna:Sons: Micajah, William, James, Martin, Lewis, Isacc, and Pleasant. Daughters : Violet Jackson, Amer Jackson to have the bonds of Deskin Haney, Lucy, Dau Marry Harris, Exec Son in law Elijah Harris1790 Surry County, North Carolina census: William Faulkner; 2 male 16 and up, 6 male under 16, 3 females, 5 slaves. Following copied from WorldConnect file of Joe Miller: "Will abstract of William Forkner of Surry Co, NC, dated Feb 7, 1807: Wife, Susanna; Sons: Micajah, William, James, Martin, Lewis, Isaac, and Pleasant; Daughters: Violet Jackson, Amer Jackson to have the bonds of Deskin Haney; Lucy; Dau. Mary Harris, Exec: Son-in-Law, Elijah Harris."
 
Forkner, William Joseph (I813)
 
19 1810 Surry County, North Carolina census: Pleasant Forkner, 1 male under 10, 1 male 10 under 16, 1 male 26 under 45, 4 female under 10, 1 female 26 under 45, 1 slave.

Pleasant Fortner moved to Knox Co, Tennessee about 1819 and to Blount Co, Alabama before 1830
1810 Surry County, North Carolina census: Pleasant Forkner, 1 male under 10, 1 male 10 under 16, 1 male 26 under 45, 4 female under 10, 1 female 26 under 45, 1 slave. Pleasant Fortner moved to Knox Co, Tennessee about 1819 and to Blount Co, Alabama before 1830
 
Fortner, Pleasant (I815)
 
20 1810 Surry County, North Carolina census: Thomas Forkner; 2 male under 10, 1 male 16 under 26, 1 male 26 under 45, 3 female under 10, 1 female 26 under 45. Forkner, Thomas (I246)
 
21 1810 Surry County, North Carolina census: Isaac Forkner; 2 male under 10, 2 male 10 under 16, 2 male
26 under 45, 2 female under 10, 1 female 26 under 45.
1820 Wayne County, Indiana census, page 172: Isaac Fortner; 4 males under 10, 2 male 10 under 16, 1 male 17-18, 1 male 19 under 26, 1 male 27 under 45, 1 male 45 or over, 2 female under 10, 1 female 10 under 16, 1 female 26 under 45.
1830 Henry County, Indiana census, page 74: Isaac Forkner; 2 male under 5, 1 male 50 under 60, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5 under 10, 1 female 10 under 15, 1 female 40 under 50.
Isaac is a Blacksmith at age 85 in 1860, Henry County, Indiana. He is living with his son Micajah Fortner.
From Genealogy.com paid database, History of Wayne County, Indiana, page 167: "The first Blacksmith in Centerville is supposed to have been Isaac Forkner."
1810 Surry County, North Carolina census: Isaac Forkner; 2 male under 10, 2 male 10 under 16, 2 male 26 under 45, 2 female under 10, 1 female 26 under 45. 1820 Wayne County, Indiana census, page 172: Isaac Fortner; 4 males under 10, 2 male 10 under 16, 1 male 17-18, 1 male 19 under 26, 1 male 27 under 45, 1 male 45 or over, 2 female under 10, 1 female 10 under 16, 1 female 26 under 45. 1830 Henry County, Indiana census, page 74: Isaac Forkner; 2 male under 5, 1 male 50 under 60, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5 under 10, 1 female 10 under 15, 1 female 40 under 50. Isaac is a Blacksmith at age 85 in 1860, Henry County, Indiana. He is living with his son Micajah Fortner. From Genealogy.com paid database, History of Wayne County, Indiana, page 167: "The first Blacksmith in Centerville is supposed to have been Isaac Forkner."
 
Fortner, Isaac (I3135)
 
22 1810 Surry County, North Carolina census: James Forkner; 1 male 16 under 26, 1 slave.
1850 Surry County, North Carolina census, Hollow Springs District, 299/299:
James Forkner, 66, M, born NC, Farmer
Milley Forkner, 62, F, born NC
Deborah Forkner, 30, F, born NC
Dalton Forkner, 23, M, born NC, BlackSmith
William Forkner, 19, M, born NC, Farmer
Samuel Forkner, 15, M, born NC, Farmer
1810 Surry County, North Carolina census: James Forkner; 1 male 16 under 26, 1 slave. 1850 Surry County, North Carolina census, Hollow Springs District, 299/299: James Forkner, 66, M, born NC, Farmer Milley Forkner, 62, F, born NC Deborah Forkner, 30, F, born NC Dalton Forkner, 23, M, born NC, BlackSmith William Forkner, 19, M, born NC, Farmer Samuel Forkner, 15, M, born NC, Farmer
 
Fortner, James (I3137)
 
23 1810 Surry County, North Carolina census: John Forkner; 3 male under 10, 1 male 10 under 16, 1 male 26 under 45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 10 under 16, 2 female 16 under 26, 1 female 26 under 45 Forkner, John (I1193)
 
24 1820 Wayne County, Indiana census, Page 172: Jesse Fortner; 1 male under 10, 1 male 19 under 26, 1 female under 10, 1 female 19 under 26.
1830 Henry County, Indiana census, page 75: Jesse Forkner; 2 male 5 under 10, 1 male 30 to 40, 2 female under 5, 1 female 5 under 10, 1 female 30 under 40.
Per Catherine Goold, Jesse was elected Henry County Sheriff in 1830 and served until 1833.
Buried in Nelson Cemetery, Madison County, Indiana.
1820 Wayne County, Indiana census, Page 172: Jesse Fortner; 1 male under 10, 1 male 19 under 26, 1 female under 10, 1 female 19 under 26. 1830 Henry County, Indiana census, page 75: Jesse Forkner; 2 male 5 under 10, 1 male 30 to 40, 2 female under 5, 1 female 5 under 10, 1 female 30 under 40. Per Catherine Goold, Jesse was elected Henry County Sheriff in 1830 and served until 1833. Buried in Nelson Cemetery, Madison County, Indiana.
 
Forkner, Jesse (I79)
 
25 1830 Henry County, Indiana census, page 74: James Forkner; 1 male 20 under 30, 1 female under 5, 1 female 20 under 30.
1840 Henry County, Indiana census, Liberty Twp., page 88: James Fortner; 2 male under 5, 1 male 5 under 10, 1 male 30 under 40, 1 female under 5, 2 female 5 under 10, 1 female 10 under 15, 1 female 30 under 40.
In 1850 James Forkner age 45 is a Farmer in Liberty Township, Henry County, Indiana.
1830 Henry County, Indiana census, page 74: James Forkner; 1 male 20 under 30, 1 female under 5, 1 female 20 under 30. 1840 Henry County, Indiana census, Liberty Twp., page 88: James Fortner; 2 male under 5, 1 male 5 under 10, 1 male 30 under 40, 1 female under 5, 2 female 5 under 10, 1 female 10 under 15, 1 female 30 under 40. In 1850 James Forkner age 45 is a Farmer in Liberty Township, Henry County, Indiana.
 
Forkner, James (I86)
 
26 1840 Henry County, Indiana census, Liberty Twp., Page 91: Michagy Fortner; 3 male under 5, 1 male 30 under 40, 1 male 70 under 80, 1 female 5 under 10, 1 female 20 under 30.
Micajah is a Farmer in Henry County, Indiana in 1860 and 1870, the surname is spelled Fortner.
1840 Henry County, Indiana census, Liberty Twp., Page 91: Michagy Fortner; 3 male under 5, 1 male 30 under 40, 1 male 70 under 80, 1 female 5 under 10, 1 female 20 under 30. Micajah is a Farmer in Henry County, Indiana in 1860 and 1870, the surname is spelled Fortner.
 
Forkner, Micajah (I85)
 
27 1900 US Census indicates he emigrated to the United States in 1849 Chambers, Alexander (I3266)
 
28 1901 Canada census indicates she emigrated to Canada in 1887. Bassett, Isabella (I2671)
 
29 1901 Census indicates she emigrated to Canada in 1889 and was living with her daughter Isabella and her husband William Savage Hughes, Annabella (I1293)
 
30 1901 Census of Canada indicates he emigrated to Canada in 1887 Savage, William (I2107)
 
31 1901 Census of Ireland shows Anne Chambers living in Lissoid in building owned by William Savage Aged 60 Not Married listed as a shopkeeper.

In 2010 Mae Patterson daughter of David Patterson who had been a worker for William Savage d 1912, said she thought Anne Chambers had come to live in Lissoid from St. John's Point?? 
Chambers, Anne (I2983)
 
32 1901 Census Sarah Garrett resided with her son-in-law Patrick McLoughlin, his wife Bridget Garrett McLoughlin and family in Kilgortin
She stated her age as 70 years
1901 Census Sarah Garrett resided with her son-in-law Patrick McLoughlin, his wife Bridget Garrett McLoughlin and family in Kilgortin She stated her age as 70 years
 
Foran, Sarah (I1942)
 
33 1910 Census indicates he emigrated to the United States in 1852 Raymond, Geo. (I1594)
 
34 1910 Census indicates he emigrated to the United States in 1886 Dolan, James (I878)
 
35 1910 Census indicates she emigrated to the United States in 1865 Maussman, Louisa (I214)
 
36 1910 Census indicates she emigrated to the United States in 1872 Wolfsinger, Christina (I882)
 
37 1921 Census of Canada indicates he emigrated to Canada in 1886 with his family Savage, Hugh (I3334)
 
38 1921 Census of Canada indicates he emigrated to Canada in 1886 with his family Savage, John (I2451)
 
39 1921 Census of Canada indicates he emigrated to Canada in 1887 Albertson, Christian (I1805)
 
40 1921 Census of Canada indicates he emigrated to Canada in 1912 Shaw, Joseph (I3563)
 
41 1921 Census of Canada indicates she emigrated to Canada in 1912. Gilmore, Elizabeth Patton (I513)
 
42 1st Lt US Air Force Died on Active Duty in England Hall, John Lincoln (I1485)
 
43 1st Wife of James named in will in 1868 as wife
 
Alexander, Margaret (I1798)
 
44 2 Leapoges Road Chambers, Elsie Winnifred (I1603)
 
45 28-58 N 138-10W App 1065 miles SW LA Breakwater 8:40PM ZT +8 Fives, Eileen Jane (I1981)
 
46 2nd Husband was unknown Parker according to McCann genealogy. Third marrigage was to Gawn Hamilton Osborne

2nd Husband was unknown Parker according to McCann genealogy. Third marrigage was to Gawn Hamilton Osborne
 
Lindsay, Jane Hay (I308)
 
47 A "Moses Faulkner" was witness to Marriage Bond of Joseph MERRIT and Nancy STEPHENS on January 6, 1800 in Orange County, North Carolina. (source: http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/ul/data/nc+index+298130009636+F) Fortner, Moses (I2600)
 
48 A Bishop's chair from St. Paul's Westcliff, given in memory of Rev. Wilton Notel McCann Vicar 1921-1929
 
McCann, Wilton Noel (I1239)
 
49 A Confederate Soldier served in Co A, 26th SC Inf., CSA. He was admitted to the hospital in Petersburg, VA for wounds received in battle June 25, 1864 (Petersburg, VA area) & died just 2 days later. He was one of 6 Hucks brothers that served in the WBTS 1861-1865. He was from Horry County, SC (Hucks Rd., Aynor, SC). His exact place of burial is unknown. He is memorialized here in his family cemetery. Hucks, Thomas Bowan (I4204)
 
50 A Confederate Soldier serving in Co E, 26th SC Inf., CSA. Died of disease (chronic diarrhea) at home. He was one of 6 brothers that served in the WBTS 1861-1865. Muster rolls place his death date about late 1864 or early 1865.
 
Hucks, Isaiah Gause (I4206)
 

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