Hello Boyd,

Where does Ardstraw-born CHARLES KNOX who married ELIZABETH RUSSELL, emigrated 
to Auckland, New Zealand and amassed a considerable fortune fit into this 
family? See my file: 
http://www.cotyroneireland.com/bornburied/BornTyroneDiedNewZealand.html#MRS._KNOX

Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia

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Subject: Re: [CoTyroneMailingList] Knox and Patton Families: Clady Presbyterian 
Church, Ardstraw Parish Marriages 1845-68

Hi Marsha,

Apologies for not responding sooner but I only just noticed this thread.

I have researched both the Knox family of Glentimon and the Patton family of 
Seein extensively for two Americans who will be "cousins" of yours  and I am 
sure they will be happy to share when I contact them.  Both visited me, 
Margaret Kuska in 2015 and Patton Adams earlier this summer.  If you check out 
my West Ulster Genealogy Facebook page, you will see reports of both research 
projects plus the visits of Margaret and Patton.

On the Knox family especially I have a very large collection of data.  Walter 
Knox, who had at least 8 siblings, was the son of a James Knox, 1772-1852, who 
married Martha Wilson, grandson of Walter Knox, who married Margaret McCrea, 
great grandson of Robert Knox, born c1710.  This family has a huge connection 
around Sion Mills; they married into the Woods family, who now own the land.  
Walter had at least two children, James Patton Knox, who married Minnie Young 
and John Knox, who married Rose Cunningham, both brothers living in Iowa at the 
time.

I have less on the Pattons because I never tied these Pattons into the Pattons 
I was researching.  However, Walter's father, James Patton, 1795-1870, held 
Plot 8 in Seein, of circa 33 acres, where he lived along with an Eliza Patton, 
possibly his mother.

Please feel free to contact me direct.

Regards,

Boyd

https://www.westulstergenealogy.com/

https://www.facebook.com/westulstergenealogy/

http://familytrees.genopro.com/boydgray26/Boyd/



On 11 August 2018 at 17:21, Dave Mitchell via CoTyroneList 
<cotyronelist@cotyroneireland.com<mailto:cotyronelist@cotyroneireland.com>> 
wrote:
Hello Marsha

Just to add another snippet to your Knox-Patton relationship (just in case it 
may assist) ….

PRONI lists the will for Letitia Patton of Ballymagorry (died 27 June 1928), 
the wife of Patrick Patton, retired farmer.

Under her maiden name, she is mentioned as “Letitia Chambers” in the will of 
her uncle John Knox at Drumenny (died 3 November 1898).  It would appear that 
her mother was a Knox from a family at Urney (and also Drumenny), also that 
Letitia was a niece of Rev. Robert Knox, Linenhall Street, Belfast, and a 
granddaughter of Hugh Knox of Urney (lived at Stephenstown), the longstanding 
church elder who died at Urney on 2 July 1852.

Should this help you, please do drop me a line.

Kind regards

David Mitchell
Cape Town
South Africa


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Subject: Re: [CoTyroneMailingList] Knox and Patton Families: Clady Presbyterian 
Church, Ardstraw Parish Marriages 1845-68

Hello Marsha,

There are several of my files on CoTyroneIreland.com 
http://www.cotyroneireland.com/ that contain a great amount of data on your 
KNOX and PATTON forebears. The townlands of Glentimon and Sion (spelt 
variously) are both located in Urney Parish:

TITHE APPLOTMENT BOOK URNEY PARISH 1825-27 
http://www.cotyroneireland.com/tithe/urney_tithe.html

SPINNING WHEEL BOUNTY LIST URNEY PARISH 1796 INDEXED 
http://www.cotyroneireland.com/flax/spinning-wheel-URNEY.html

URNEY PRESBYTERIAN STIPEND PAYERS AND PEW HOLDERS 1862 
http://www.cotyroneireland.com/churchrecord/urney_stipend.html

URNEY PRESBYTERIAN MARRIAGES 1845-71 
http://www.cotyroneireland.com/marriages/urney.html

URNEY PARISH MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENTS 1826-69 
http://www.cotyroneireland.com/marriages/UrneyMarriages.html

URNEY PARISH DEATH ANNOUNCEMENTS 1826-69 
http://www.cotyroneireland.com/burial/urney.html

KNOX FAMILY NOTES CO. TYRONE http://www.cotyroneireland.com/surnames/knox.html

ABERCORN ESTATE RENTAL FOR THE MANOR OF STRABANE 1806 
http://www.cotyroneireland.com/estates/abercorn_strabane2.html

There will be several further files that should prove useful, but those above 
contain the greatest amount of data. And many thanks for your kind sentiments; 
I enjoy receiving messages from researchers who have benefitted from my 
submissions. Good luck searching the above records and regards,

Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
Volunteer transcriber and submitter of records to CoTyroneIreland.com  
http://www.cotyroneireland.com/

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From: Marsha Heaston <maheas...@aol.com<mailto:maheas...@aol.com>>
Sent: Thursday, August 9, 2018 2:26:02 AM
To: len_swind...@hotmail.com<mailto:len_swind...@hotmail.com>
Subject: Clady Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw Parish Marriages 1845-68

Dear Sir,

I would like to thank you for transcribing these records.  From this 
transcription I learned where my Great, great Grandfather lived in Ireland.  It 
continues to be a journey to find him in the US.  Apparently his wife left and 
returned to Ireland with my great grandfather and his brother, only to die 
somewhere and leaving her two little boys with her Patton family.  Fortunately, 
the boys return to the US with and are raised and educated by their uncle 
Thomas Patton.  But previous history on the parents remains a mystery.

Again many thanks for your excellent work.

Sincerely,
Marsha Heaston
Clady Presbyterian Church, Ardstraw Parish Marriages 1845-68
Registration District of Strabane (that section within Co. Tyrone)
Extracted from 47 FHL films of Civil Registration of Marriages in Ireland
Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com<http://hotmail.com>
#26

February 14 1853

WALTER KNOX full age bachelor farmer Glentimon. Father: JAMES KNOX (dead) farmer
&
MARY PATTON full age spinster Sion. Father: JAMES PATTON (living) farmer
Witnesses: DAVID WOODS & WILLIAM PATTON



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