A note found in "The Findley Genealogy" says that she died in Belfast prior to the family migrating to America.
"William Findley, Sr, , had the following children by his first wife, Jane Holland Steele, who died Feb. 21, 1857, in Belfast: Archibald, Alexander, John, James, Hon, William, Samuel, and Andrew. He married second to Mrs. Martha Drennen, nee Dreamer, the widow of Daniel Drennen and mother of three children born in Ireland, a son and two daughters, 1758."
- Date: 18 Oct 1721
1. The Findley Genaealogy: Mr. & Mrs . Harold R, Anderson found online here.
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This biography was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import. It's a rough draft and needs to be edited.
- 26 DEC 2012 12:14:58 GMT -0600
Record ID Number
- ID Number: MH:I133
- ID: C42554A4-IBGT-2J18-C425-C42554A4B49M
- Source: S500001 UPD 26 DEC 2012 12:07:42 GMT -0600 Author: PATRICIA GRUETTER Title: Findley Web Site Text:
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Family site: Findley Web SiteFamily tree: 6732581-2 Type: Smart Matching Media: 6732581-2 Page: JANE HOLLAND FINDLEY (born STEELE) Quality or Certainty of Data: 3 Data: Date: 26 DEC 2012 Text: Added by confirming a Smart Match Event: Smart Matching Role: 2008576
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