Watson Family Northern Ireland: Seeking info on this family?

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There are many Watsons in Northern Ireland such as Lizzie b 1894 in Antrim. Others in Antrim include Thomas, Joseph, Jane Anna, Joseph, Margret, and so on.

Can you clarify what county or city in Northern Ireland? Would you have time frame information for birth year, marriage year and death year? First names would be helpful to enable an appropriate answer.
by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (1.9m points)
I am seeking any information regarding Mary Watson, born 1829 in Ballymoney, County Antrim; married William Glenn about 1850, and immigrated to Canada in 1854 with William and their children. She (and some of the children) died on the voyage, and were declared deceased and buried upon arrival at New Brunswick. William and the remaining children returned immediately to Ireland to seek another wife to help raise the very yound children. The deceased children are Sarah, born 1850, Robert and Mary, both born 1852. The surviving children are Alexander, born 1847, Ellen Mathilde, born 1857 (my great grandmother).
You could go to the Find menu at the top right of the page. Look down the menu and click on Projects. Then, select the Irreland Project. By contacting them, it could assist in your search.
My great great grandfather John Spence was born in Northern Ireland in 1810 probably in Antrim and I have not yet been able to trace him back to his parents. He emigrated to Ontario, Canada.

So, contacting someone at the Irish Project could potentially prove to be a more effective resource for your question.

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