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Looking for children of James McKinley, in 1803 Agricultural Census Antrim, NI
Posted by: Dennis McKinley (ID *****0803) Date: May 28, 2011 at 10:48:16
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I am looking for the children of both James McKinley's listed in the 1803 Agricultural Census of 1803 for Antrim Country, North Ireland. One lived in Ballycarry, (Balleycarry) and the other in Roonivoolin, (Roanavolan). Both James mcKinleys lived on Rathlin Island at the time the census was taken.

I have located a Mckinley relative of mine who was born on Rathlin Island in about 1786 and migrated to the state of maine in the 1820s. He would have been 17 during the 1803 census, so he would not have been the head of the farm or listed in the census. There are only three (3) McKinley's listed on Rathlin during the 1803 census, so I expect that my relative was the son of one of the three listed, but which?

I can be reached at: dennis-mckinley@comcast.net


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