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Camptons of Claggan

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Date: 1780 [unknown]
Location: Cookstown, County Tyrone, Irelandmap
Surnames/tags: campton kempton
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This page is to help organize research on this surname in the area of Claggan and nearby townlands, just north of Cookstown.

The variants Compton and Kempton seem to be fully interchangeable. I have settled on the former for a standardized spelling on Wikitree.

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That is, people with no ancestor set.

ProfileNamec. BirthFatherProfessionTownland
Campton-73Martha1810Robert-Ballybriest
Unknown-554311Anne Jane1811--Ballybriest
Campton-92James1822WmfarmerBallybriest
Campton-90James1797-BlacksmithDunmore
Campton-82Andrew1810--Claggan
Campton-74Samuel1851John-Claggan
Campton-97William1811--Dunmore
Campton-103John?--Ballynagilly
Campton-112William John1863--Dunmore
Campton-113William1846--Claggan

Anne Jane has a husband Samuel with no profile yet as I have no birth or death dates.

It's possible the James(1797) is conflated: one of his children gives father as "James , Dunmore, blacksmith" and the other two as "James, Dunmore, farmer".

Have not attached Samuel(1851) to John of Ballynagilly as the townlands are different - awaiting more evidence.

Tithe applotment book 1827

Dunmore: James, Robert and Thomas. Ballybriest: Robert and William. Ballynagilly: Robert.

Griffith's Valuation (1859 Derry, 1860 Tyrone)

  • James, Ballybriest, 11 acres.
  • Samuel, Ballybriest, 21 acres.
  • Robert, Ballybriest, 12 acres.
  • Andrew, Claggan, 26 acres.
  • John, Claggan, 7 acres (next to Andrew)
  • William, Dunmore, 6 acres. (Next to Henry Bradford & John Mitchell)
  • James, Dunmore, 11 acres.
  • Robert, Dunmore, 8 acres. Son of James(1797), I expect
  • John, Ballynagilly, 3 acres.
  • John, Coagh St.
  • John, Stewartstown.

Other notes

Not covered here: Kemptons of Coagh St, Cookstown , Kemptons of Tubberlane (the latter are on 3rd CP Notes).

CTI gives a William John Kempton admitted 1 Feb 1881 to Deaf Dumb & Blind School, Belfast.





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