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Re: Halton ancestry in Yorkshire
Posted by: Ronald Jackson Date: May 19, 2001 at 15:00:41
In Reply to: Re: Halton ancestry in Yorkshire by Miles Halton of 96

My greatgrandfather Thomas Halton, a farmer of Drumhownagh, County Cavan, was born circa
1836. His father was Lawrence. The family was said to have come originally from England, but how long before, I have no idea.
There were a good number of Haltons in County Cavan in the mid-1800's. He had a grandson that married an English lady, and resided in England, but I don't know where. His name may have been John or Matthew. (Don't have my notes with me.)


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