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James Gillanders (abt. 1800 - 1863)

James Gillanders
Born about in Ballinagall, County Monaghan, Irelandmap [uncertain]
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married about 1835 (to 7 Apr 1863) in Monaghan, County Monaghan, Irelandmap [uncertain]
Descendants descendants
Died in Ballymacforban, County Monaghan, Irelandmap
Profile last modified | Created 15 Jun 2009
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Biography

James was born about 1810. He was a farmer from Ballymacforbane in County Monaghan, Ireland. He married Jane Ross Gillanders. Had son of same name. Noted on son's marriage certificate,[1][1].Other children Edward and Robert [2] James died in 1863, age unknown.His wife Jane Gillanders was his sole beneficiary & executrix.

Sources

  1. SR District/Reg Area - Clones Marriage of JAMES GILLANDERS and ANNE MOORE on 19 July 1867Party 1 Name JAMES GILLANDERS Party 2 Name ANNE MOORE Date of Event 19 July 1867 Group Registration ID 3131296 SR District/Reg Area Clones,
  2. PRONI Will calendar Title : Date of Death : 7 April 1863 Surname : Gillanders Date of Grant : 21 November 1863 Forename : James Reseal Date : Registry : Armagh Effects : Effects under £200 Full Abstract : The Will of James Gillanders late of Ballymaeforbin in the County of Monaghan Farmer deceased who died 7 April 1863 at same place was proved at Armagh by the oath of Jane Gillanders of Ballymacforbin (Monaghan) aforesaid Widow the sole Executrix.

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Possibly a daughter Sarah b. abt.1846



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Gillanders-329 and Gillanders-6 appear to represent the same person because: Can you add me to the tusted list to complete merge please, Charles

There may still be more. Thankyou. Elizabeth

posted by Elizabeth Knox