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Re: Auchmutys of Co Longford from 1610
Posted by: Clare Eagle (ID *****5989) Date: March 08, 2010 at 02:35:17
In Reply to: Re: Auchmutys of Co Longford from 1610 by Ruth Spencer of 82

In the Geneaolgy Office of the National Library, Kildare Street, Dublin, Ireland there is an Auchmuty pedigree/tree GO MS 179 pages 288-295 that gives the following: -
"Captain John Achmuty (and then details about him) wife Isabella Stirling dau of the Reverend James Stirling Rector of Temple Michael"
Temple Michael is a Protestant parish in Co(unty) Longford. Stirling is I guess a Scottish name so it is likely that the family came from Scotland originally. The Auchmuty family came to Ireland from the south of the county of Fife, Scotland, in around 1610.
I don't know anything more about Isabella's family.


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