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Ann Jane (Moore) Gillanders (abt. 1840 - 1872)

Ann Jane Gillanders formerly Moore
Born about in County Monaghan, Irelandmap [uncertain]
Ancestors ancestors
Sister of [half], [half], [half], [half], [half], [half] and [half]
Wife of — married 19 Jul 1867 (to 17 Nov 1872) in Killeevan, County Monaghan, Irelandmap
Descendants descendants
Died at about age 32 in Ballymacforban, County Monaghan, Irelandmap
Profile last modified | Created 15 Jun 2009
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Ann was born about 1840., daughter of William Moore, a farmer from Rooshy, Killevan. She married James Gillanders, a farmer from Ballymacforbane, son of James Gillanders also from Ballymacforbane in 1867 whilst still a minor [1][1]She was the first of his three wives.They had twin daughters Jennie (Jane) & Mary Ann in 1868.(Confirmed)and three other children.Mary Ann died when she was only a few months old.

Ann Jane died from puerperal fever when Jennie was four[2] [3] [2] Ann Jane(Moore) Gillanders is remembered by the use of her maiden name for her grandson Alexander Moore Gillanders, born March 1906 in Clones.


  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. David Quinn Email 2000-09-02
  3. "History of Stanislaus County California : "Mourned by all who knew his value to the world, Mr. Strader died at Redwood City, San Mateo County, on July 8, 1919. p 619
  • History of Stanislaus County

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Categories: Ballymacforban Townland, Monaghan Parish, County Monaghan