Were the Wylies listed on the Earl of Donegal from Ballymena, Ballymoney or Belfast in 1767?

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Families were led by Peter and James Wylie.
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Belfast is what I have been told.
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Thank you Robert. My sister and I are traveling to Northern Ireland next week and are attempting to track down our Wylie ancestors. James' daughter Margaret (b. ca. 1758) is our 5th great-grandmother. She married John Dick in Chester County, S.C. in 1778 and eventually migrated to Kentucky, settling along Fishing Creek in Pulaski Co., Ky. along with her sister Elizabeth and brother-in-law Robert Adams. They migrated there about 1803. John, Margaret, Elizabeth and Robert are all buried at Old Sardis Cemetery there. Peter Wylie is our 6th great uncle. We have their father as Adam Wylie (b. ca. 1685-90, d. 1754). Would you by chance have any further info regarding the family? Much appreciated. Mike Hall, Wylie descendant.
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