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THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION WAS KINDLY SUPPLIED BY ANNETTE MILLER AUSTRALIA

Alexander Miller of Downpatrick, Agent to the de Cliffords, was a son of John Miller.  In my research I found that he applied for the quartering of the heraldic arms of a William Gamble of Derry on the grounds that he was the grandson of Robert Miller of Coleraine.  Robert Miller was married to Mary Anne Gamble who was the daughter and heir of William Gamble.  I am sure that John Miller had siblings and there are connections.  I have no other information about this Robert.

In 1972 an aunt of my father left him the Miller family bible.  In the front was a marriage of a Croker Miller to a Matilda Kinchela and the listing of their 11 children.  
The first was born in Sydney, Australia, the next two in Poona, India, the next at sea, and the remaining children in Ireland.  My mother decided to see whether she could trace all 11 children.  This began a 40 year project.
Croker Miller was the third son of William Miller (eldest son of John Miller).  The name Croker came into the family because William married Catherine Croker, daughter of John Croker, Surveyor-General of Ireland for Customs and Excise from Waterford.  Once we started talking to members of the family, we discovered that Croker’s military records still existed and that his wife had kept many of the letters written to her by her husband and members of the family.  Matilda’s father was John Kinchela, a former mayor of Kilkenny and Attorney General of the colony of NSW.  Croker came to Australia as the junior officer of the guard on a convict ship in 1830.  I have in my possession the journal that he wrote on the voyage.  While in Sydney, he met and married Matilda Kinchela.  When his regiment moved to India, Matilda followed her husband to India.  They eventually returned to Ireland when he contracted hepatitis.  Matilda gave birth to a daughter off St Helena Island, bringing the name Helena into the family.  I am descended from their son Rowley Croker Miller who was born in Buncrana, Donegal, after they returned to Ireland.  Croker died in Ireland.  Matilda eventually returned to Australia.  Her mother was still living in Australia.  A younger child had developed consumption and she made the decision to bring him to a warmer climate.  Unfortunately he did not survive the voyage.  The ship called into Plymouth and he is buried at Plymouth, England.  The shipping company would not refund the passages, so the ship’s register reveals his name crossed out and the adding to two other children to the list in the cabin class.
 
In researching the family, we discovered the family link to Moneymore in Northern Ireland.  John Miller had been the Agent for the Rowley family and when the estate was taken over by the Drapers Company of London, the Miller family continued the management the estate.  In recognition of the significance to the family, John Miller named a son Rowley Miller.  
 I decided to relook at pieces of information that I had about the Miller family that remained in Ireland.  My focus has been on confirming the identification of the siblings of William Miller and seeing how far I could follow these branches.   The name Rowley, through the generations, was used through all the different branches of the family.   A Miller, with the name Rowley attached, is usually the starting point to finding a connection.  The existence of a Rowley in the graveyard of Ballyphillip brought my research attention to Portaferry.  I had seen the existence of a Conyngham Miller and a Henry Rowan at Portaferry and only in the past month confirmed the link by reading Rowley Miller’s will on the Wills Calendar on the PRONI website.  Initially the name being Rowan and not Rowley had led me leave the names as queries.

There is also a Miller connection to a Savage.  John Miller’s son Robert had a daughter Elizabeth.  
Elizabeth Miller married John Savage of Ballinascreen, Co. Derry at Chapelizod Church of Ireland on 12 January 1827.  John Savage, was Surgeon at the Worshipful Drapers Dispensary at Ballynascreen.  Witnesses to the marriage were Robert Miller and John Charles Miller.  Elizabeth died 9th April 1845, aged 42 years and is buried in the Drapertown St Columba’s Church of Ireland graveyard.  John Savage died 28th May, 1847 and is also buried in Draperstown St Columba’s Church of Ireland graveyard.

 I notice from the Nugent papers the name Vesey.  The Miller family also had connections to the Vesey family.  

John    MILLAR       Down    b. abt. 1750; remembered the making of St. Patrick's grave in Downpatrick    O'L V1 p 286

 John    MILLER       Down    leased part of the Old Mill lands , Downpatrick from the Southwell Estate in 1752    LM 1991 p22

   John    MILLER       Down    in Fryars Lane, Castle Quarter, Downpatrick; leased a house to Allen family in 1751    ESRR p2

   
John MILLER       Down    a churchwarden at Downpatrick Church of Ireland in 1759    DAIPC p13

John    MILLER        Down    of Scotch St, Downpatrick; a whitesmith in 1824    POD

DOWNPATRICK CHURCH OF IRELAND G.Y.

CLIFFORD
Against graveyard wall.
Here lieth the body of Hugh Clifford of the QUOYLE CASTLE  who died 5th April 1798 aged 74 yrs.
Also his wife Elizabeth Clifford who died 13th June 1804 aged 82 yrs.
Also 4 of his children.

John    MILLER    Esq. J.P    Comber; Down    born 1796, son of Andrew Miller & Elizabeth Tate of Downpatrick; lived Downpatrick St & Bridge Sts & Aureen, Comber; a malster & distiller in 1825 & partner in Johnston, Miller & Co by 1831 ; husband of Agnes Pirrie; no children; buried Comber Non Subscribing Presbyterian graveyard; mentioned on Railway Prospectus 6 May 1845; railway committee Oct 1853; appointment to the magistracy 24 Feb 1866; attack on him 13 Apr 1867; his widowed sister-in-law Eliza Pirrie & childred came to live with the family c. 1867; proprietor of Comber Whiskey distillery, death notice 20 Jan 1883 (DR & NC); photo available ; left money for inmates of Downpatrick Workhouse for Easter treat 31 Mar 1883    MID p42, 43; JRWC p51; POD 1852; DR; NC; AG; OSM V7 p 33 , 39 ; SG; TOOC p52,61; DR*

COMBER NON SUSC. PRES CHURCH
MILLER
SQUARE WHITE MEMORIAL DRAPED WITH AN URN ON TOP
Here lies the remains of John MILLER distiller of Comber who died 13th Jan 1883
Also his wife Agnes PIRRIE who died 2nd Nov. 1863 aged 46
Also his sister Mrs Sarah Jane SHEIL who died 26th Oct. 1867 aged 54 yrs.

Title :       Date of Death :    13 January 1883
Surname :    Miller    Date of Grant :    28 February 1883
Forename :    John    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £124,795 1s. 9d.
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The Will (with eleven Codicils) of John Miller late of Comber County Down Esquire deceased who died 13 January 1883 at same place was proved at Belfast by Thomas Andrews of Comber and John Tate of Downpatrick in said County and William James Perrie of Belfast Merchants the Executors.

DOWNPATRICK CHURCH OF IRELAND G.Y

MILLER
Here lieth the body of Margt. Miller who died 26th July 1806 aged 3 yrs.

MILLER
Box tomb
Erect. by John Miller of Comber in mem. of his father Andrew Miller, late of Downpatrick,
merchant, who died 12th Feb. 1832 aged 64 yrs.
Also Elizabeth his wife and 3 of their children who died young are interred here.

Andrew MILLER     Down    a churchwarden at Downpatrick Church of Ireland in 1812    DAIPC p14

Andrew    MILLER       Down    of Irish St, Downpatrick; a leather cutter & seller in 1824; died 12 Feb 1832 aged 64 ;husband of Elizabeth Tate; father of John Miller of Comber (1796-1883) & Margaret (1805-1848 & Elizabeth; buried Church of Ireland graveyard; will probated 9 Oct 1832, executor was Margaret McEvoy of Downpatrick    POD; MIs; IIW # 46308

MILLER
Two tablets on the SALL vault enclosed by rails
Enclosed by the adjoining rails is the burying ground of Alexander Miller, Justice of the Peace for the Co. of Down,
and Lord de Clifford’s agent and seneschal for the Manor of Downpatrick, A.D. 1830.

Alexander    MILLER    Esq.
J.P.    Down    born 1775 in Londonderry, son of John Miller; came to Downpatrick in 1802 to succeed his brother William as agent for Lord de Clifford; lived English St, Downpatrick; married Dorothy Potter of Killinchy in 1810 ; father of 12 children ; Collector of Excise 1817-1824; a magistrate in 1824 & 1852 ; donated £1 to the victims of the great storm in Newcastle 28 Jan 1843*; Seneschal at court leet for Downpatrick; secretary of Hospital & Widows Committee in 1846; on Board of Downpatrick Gaol in 1852; a seatholder at Downpatrick Church of Ireland in 1858; buried Church of Ireland graveyard, Downpatrick    POD; DR; V17 p 36, 50, 51 OSM; DAIPC p63,64; MIs

Alexander MILLER    Down    a churchwarden at Downpatrick Church of Ireland in 1811 & assistant churchwarden in 1826 & 1827    DAIPC p14,26

William MILLER    Down    an assistant churchwarden at Downpatrick Church of Ireland in 1776    DAIPC p24
William    MILLER         Down    agent for Lord De Clifford; brother of Alexander who was born in 1802 Co. Derry    MID p 43

SON
In loving memory of John Miller M.A., J.P. formerally of Linsdfort House, Buncrana, died at Ardview, Killinchey,
5th July 1898 aged 85 yrs.
Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord. Rev. XIV. 13. [REVELATIONS 14 VERSE 13.]

John    MILLER    Esq. J.P. ;
M.A.    Killinchy    of Ardview House; land owner & land agent; son of Alexander & Dorothy Miller of Downpatrick; appointed as a magistrate 27 Jul 1891; member of Ulster Defense Union against Home Rule 21 Oct 1893;died 5 Jul 1898 aged 85; buried Church of Ireland graveyard; will probated 2 Dec 1898, executor was Miss Margaretta S. Miller of Ardview & Mason Alcock of Co Dublin    RNPHCPI; BWN; MIs

Thomas Potter    MILLER    Killinchy    of Ardview House, agrarian outrage 10 Jan 1880    DR; POD

Residents of a house 2 in Killinchy (Killinchy, Down) 1911

Miller   Margaretta Sarah   60   Female   Head of Family   Irish Church   Co Donegal   Farmer   Read and write      Single   
McMaster   Jane   49   Female   Servant   Irish Church   Co Down   Cook Domestic Servant   Read and write      Single   
Davies   Anna Maria   21   Female   Servant   Irish Church   Co Tyrone   Parlor Maid Domestic Servant   Read and write      Single   
Murphy   Joseph   23   Male   Servant   Presbyterian   Co Down   General Man Domestic Servant   Read and write      Single

SAVAGE
Here lye the remains of Andrew Savage of Portaferry who died 22nd July 1791 aged 36 yrs.

JAMES MILLER WAS A LAND OWNER IN 1707 IN PORTAFERRY

BALLYPHILLIP GRAVEYARD PORTAFERRY
MILLER
[OF CIRCA 1800]
Near this stone lyeth the remains of two infant children of Capt. Miller'
Rowley and Jane.

BALLYHALBERT OLD GRAVEYARD

MILLER
Here lyeth the body of Joseph Miller leat [late] of Portaferry who died April the 11th 1758 aged 42 yrs.
Also his son James Miller who died in ye 10th year of his age.
Also 2 daughters Elinor and Ann.

SLANES GRAVEYARD

MILLER
[STONE BROKEN IN 3 PIECES]
Here lieth the body of Robert Miller of Portaferry, merchant, who died 17th April 1749 aged 40 yrs. [BORN 1709]
Ann WARD daughter of John Wards [sic] merchant in DUBLIN and grand-daughter of the above Robert Miller, who died 10th April 1778 aged 19 yrs.
Also of Annie Miller his wife who died 10th June 1781 aged 70 yrs. BORN 1711
Also James Miller of Portaferry, merchant, who died 12th June 1786 aged 46 yrs.
Also the body of his daughter Mary, who died 3rd. Nov. 1797 aged 42 yrs.

MILLER
Here lyeth the body of Essy Miller wife to Samuel Miller, who died 4th Nov. 1770 aged 56 yrs.
Also their son James Miller who died 6th Nov. 1769.


Mr     George     MILLAR           Ballyphilip     agent for Mr Nugent in 1836

 C     MILLER          Ballyphilip     of Portaferry; executor in the will of Henry Rowan in 1835     

Conyngham    MILLER    Ballyphilip of Portaferry; a shareholder in Portaferry & Strangford Steam Boat Company in 1835; agent for A. Nugent in Portaferry in 1846    POD; LR 2013 p24

Mr       Henry Rowan     MILLER           Ballyphilip      harbour master in Portaferry in 1846 & magistrate in 1862     

Henry Rowan    MILLER        Ballyphilip    of Portaferry ; owner of schooner 'Mary Ann' (built 1847) , wrecked 1877 & brigantine 'Fortuna' (built 1821) wrecked 1880 & schooner 'Alfred' (built 1815) wrecked 1882 & brigantine 'Diana' (built 1852) wrecked 1883

Mr   MILLER    Ardkeen    a miller in Ardkeen & owner of 'La Belle Marie, Portaferry's first steam schooner c. 1817; it carried his meal over to Glasgow, Cardiff, London & Dublin; then lived in Castlehill & Church St, Portaferry with 2 sisters; deaf    JUAHS 1977 p15, 21   

THE "LA BELLE MARIE"
LITTLE STEAMER OF 20 OR 25 TONS.
BUILT OF WOOD AT GLOUCESTER IN 1866.
BOUGHT IN THE EARLY 1890’S BY
MR HENRY MUSGRAVE OF BELFAST
MANAGED BY MR HENRY R MILLER PORTAFERRY WHO WAS WELL KNOWN ABOUT BELFAST DOCKS
CAPTAIN/FIRST OFFICER WAS JOHN ------- FROM PORTAVOGIE MAN OF OVER 6 FEET TALL, EARRINGS IN BOTH EARS, STANDARD HIGH HEELED SHOES, OR HIGH LOWS.  & BELL MOUTHED  TROUSERS. HE BORE THE CHARACTERISTIC STAMP OF HIS ANCIENT SEA-FARING RACE. HE SPOKE THE QUAINT SCOTCH- IMPRESSED LANGUAGE OF THE “BACK SHORE”
ENGINEER & FIREMAN WILLIAM  -------- FROM PORTAVOGIE [PROBABLY JOHN’S BROTHER.]
AN A.B. SEAMAN
& A COOK.
 
THIS IS PROBABLY JOHN
Residents of a house 3 in Portaferry Quay (Ards Upper, Down)1901
 
Shaw Robert 21 Male  Prespeyterian Co Down Ordinary Seaman Read and write Single
Mc Vea John 51 Male Head of Family Church of Ireland Co Down Sea Captain Read and write  Married
Mc Vea James 26 Male Son Church of Ireland Co Down Mate Mariner Read and write -Single
Mc Vea John 24 Male Son Church of Ireland Co Down A B Seaman Read and write Single

NEWTOWNARDS CHRONICLE 1890 JAN 11th
SALE BY AUCTION.
HENRY MCGRATH, AUCTIONEER, PORTAFERRY AT PARKS HOTEL, PORTAFERRY IN THE MATTER OF
HENRY ROWAN MILLER BANKRUPT ON 14th JAN.
DWELLING HOUSE WITH SUITABLE OUT OFFICES BESIDE A GOOD LABOURER’S OR HERD’S COTTAGE ON THE PREMISES.
ABOUT 60 ACRES OF THE LAND KNOWN AS CASTLE HILL [ARDKEEN & BALLYWARD] AND HAS A GOOD SUPPLY OF SEAWRACK. [SEAWEED FOR FERTILIZER


Residents of a house 7 in Church Street (Ards Upper, Down) 1901
Miller   Heny Rowan   75   Male   Head of Family   Ch of Ireland   Belfast City   Merchant   Read and write      Not Married   BORN 1826
Boron   Sarah   40   Female   Servant   Ch of Ireland   Portferry, Co Down   General Servant Domestic   Read and write      Not Married

ARDQUIN GRAVEYARD
LAWSON
[IN a high railed enclosure with a masonic compas and square at the top]
Erected by John Lawson of Priest-town, 1820.
Here lie the remains of Edward Lawson who died 25th dec. 1817 aged 68 yrs.
Also the remains of Jane Lawson his wife who died 20th Oct. 1814 aged 5 yurs.
Also the said John Lawson who died 25th Nov.1861 aged 74 yrs.
Inscribed by Ann Lawson in memory of her son Wm. H. MILLER Lawson who died 25th Jan.1898 aged 16 yrs.
Also her husband John Lawson who died 29th June 1899.
David John Lawson died 22nd. June 1958.

Name: Samuel Little
 Male
Marriage: 1799
Marriage Place: Presb Church, Kircubbin, County Down, Northern Ireland
Spouse: Hanna Millar
Source: Z. Mettam. Northern Ireland Marriages, Volume 1 (Manuscript found at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City on microfilm 824282, item 2).

Hugh     MILLER          Inishargy     married Mary J.McKee at the Kircubbin Presbyterian Church in 1836     

John     MILLER          Ballyphilip     of Portaferry drowned in Strangford Lough 16 Aug 1834     N

NORTHERN WHIG. AUG. 14th 1834
TUESDAY 12th AUG. 1834 SOME GENTLE MEN AND TWO BOATMEN; 7 IN ALL WENT FROM P/FERRY ON A PLEASURE CRUISE UP STRANGFORD LOUGH. THEY WERE ACCOMPANIED BY ANOTHER YACHT THE PROPERTY OF COLONEL NUGENT.
THE WEATHER WAS SQUALLY WITH A STIFF BREEZE FROM THE SOUTH.
RUNNING BETWEEN AUDLEY’S POINT & KILLILEAGH THE BOAT OF 7 PERSONS CAPSIZED.
THE CREW OF COL. NUGENT’S YACHT PICKED UP 3 OF THE DROWING MEN BUT THE REMAINING 4 WERE LOST.
THESE WERE.
MR JOHN MILLAR/ER SON OF CUNNINGHAM MILLAR/ER OF PORTAFERRY MR M McCLINTOCK SON OF MR McCLINTLOCK OF DRUMCAR, FORMERLY M.P. FOR CO. LOUTH.; REV. ANDREW O’BEIRNE PRINCIPAL OF PORTA DIOCESAN SEMINARY; & NOLAN THE BOATMAN.

Residents of a house 1 in Ballywallon (Ards Upper, Down) 1901

Miller   John   20   Male   Head of Family   Church of Ireland   Co Down   Farm Servant   Read and write      Not Married   
Miller   Dora   50   Female   Mother   Church of Ireland   Co Down   General Servt Domestic   Cannot read      Widow   
Dash   John   6   Male   Nephew   Church of Ireland   Co Down   Scholar   Read      Not Married   
Dash   William   4   Male   Nephew   Church of Ireland   Co Down   -   Cannot read      Not Married   
Graham   Agnes G   7   Female   Niece   Church of Ireland   Co Down   Scholar   Read   Not Married

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BLARIS G.Y.

MILLAR

In mem of Alfred Millar eldest son of John Millar of Lisburn, born 30th Nov.1833 died 6th Nov 1869
John Millar J.P.born 28th Aug. 1807 died 6th Dec 1881
Bessie Millar born 6th Mar 1840 died 2nd Dec 1887
George Major Millar born 27th July 1842 died 13th Dec 1887
Ann Jane Millar born 21st July 1799 died 18th Mar 1888

Title :       Date of Death :    7 November 1869
Surname :    Millar    Date of Grant :    1 December 1869
Forename :    Alfred    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects under £1,000
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The Will of Alfred Millar late of Lisburn County Antrim Gentleman deceased who died 7 November 1869 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oath of John Millar of Lisburn aforesaid Merchant one of the Executors.
ALSO MENTIONS ANN JANE MILLAR

Title :       Date of Death :    6 December 1881
Surname :    Millar    Date of Grant :    1 March 1882
Forename :    John    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £13,860
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The Will (with four Codicils) of John Millar late of Lisburn County Antrim Esquire J.P. deceased who died 6 December 1881 at same place was proved at Belfast by John Stevenson Merchant Anne Jane Millar Widow Bessie Millar Spinster and Samuel Musgrave Esquire M.D.J.P. all of Lisburn the Executors.

FIRM "MILLAR & STEVENSON OF LISBURN"

WIFE ANN JANE MILLAR
DAUGHTER ELIZABETH [BESSIE] MILLAR
1 SON & 3 DAUGHTERS OF MY LATE SON CAPTAIN JOSEPH ALLEN MILLER OF ROYAL ENGINEERS
SON JOHN RODGER MILLAR
SON GEORGE MAJOR MILLAR
JOHN HANCOCK OF LURGAN J P & DAUGHTER MARY HANCOCK
MARY HANCOCK DAUGHTER OF WM. JOHN HANCOCK ESQ. OF DUBLIN POOR LAW INSPECTOR IN MEMORY OF HIS WIFE & FRIEND MARY HANDCOCK.
JOHN STEVENSON OF LISBURN
ALEXANDER THOMPSON OF LISBURN
MARY THOMPSON DAUGHTER OF PROFESSOR JAMES THOMPSON
JAMES &  BESSIE THOMPSON CHILDREN OF JAMES.

Title :       Date of Death :    2 December 1887
Surname :    Millar    Date of Grant :    17 February 1888
Forename :    Bessie    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £7,129 13s. 3d.
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The Will (with one Codicil) of Bessie Millar late of Lisburn County Antrim Spinster who died 2 December 1887 at 42 Frederick-road Edgebaston Birmingham was proved at Belfast by John Stevenson Merchant and Samuel Musgrave M.D. both of Lisburn the Executors.

CHILDREN OF HER LATE BROTHER CAPT.JOSEPH ALLEN MILLER
ELIZABETH HARLIN OF ROSVALE LISBURN NOW RESIDING IN BRISBANE QUEENSLAND AUS.
MARY HANDCOCK  & BESSIE THOMPSON DAUGHTERS OF PROFESSOR JAMES THOMPSON L L D OF GLASGOW UNIV.
TO EDITH HELEN & EMMA KATHLEEN MAJOR DAUGHTERS OF THE LATE HENRY MAJOR ESQ OF LISBURN
ANN JANE DAUGHTER OF JOHN STEVENSON
ALEXANDER STEVENSON OF LISBURN & HIS DAUGHTER MAUD
EVA WIFE OF JOHN RODGERS BELFAST
MARGARETTA, ANNA & JANE ELIZA MULLHOLLAND OF SEYMOUR ST LISBURN
LUCY MILLAR WIDOW OF JOSEPH ALLEN MILLAR GIBRALTAR
CATHERINE ANN ELDEST DAUG. OF HUGH McCALL  LISBURN
HAROLD WILLIAM, CHARLES ARTHUR & HARRY ERNEST MAJOR OF LISBURN
MARGARET McAVOY OF LISBURN
ELIZA JANE FARR [COOK] OF GLENAVY
£100 TO THE NATIONAL FREE SCHOOL ALSO KNOWN AS RAGGY SCHOOL OF LONGSTONE ST. LISBURN

Title :  Date of Death : 13 December 1887
Surname : Millar Date of Grant : 16 January 1888
Forename : George Major Reseal Date :  
Registry : Belfast Effects : Effects £1,699 9s. 10d.
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Full Abstract :
The Will of George Major Millar late of Lisburn County Antrim Gentleman who died 13 December 1887 at same place was proved at Belfast by Alexander Stevenson of Lisburn Merchant the surviving Executor
SISTER BESSIE MILLAR & ALEXANDER STEVENSON EXCS..

COUSINS  MARGARETTA, ANN AND JANE ELIZABETH MULHOLLAND
LUCY MILLER OF BLACKHEATH LONDON WIDOW OF MY BROTHER CAPT. JOSEPH ALLEN MILLER
THEIR CHILDREN BEATRICE, BERTRAM JOHN, VIOLET & OLIVE MILLER
MARY MULHOLLAND WIDOW OF HIS COUSIN WILLIAM ; MONEY IN TRUST FOR THEIR DAUGHTER CATHERINE.
MARGARET MAJOR WIDOW OF HIS COUSIN HENRY MAJOR; MONEY IN TRUST FOR THEIR CHILDREN EDITH, HAROLD, CHARLES, EMMA & HENRY.
MONEY TO JOHN STEVENSON  WOODLANDS LISBURN & ALEXANDER  STEVENSON
ELIZA JANE FARR HIS MOTHER’S COOK.
RESIDUE OF ESTATE TO SISTER BESSIE.

Name    Bertram John Millar
Gender    Male
Christening Date    03 Jul 1872
Christening Place    Dover, Kent, England
Birth Date    31 May 1872
Birthplace    St. James Parish
Father's Name    Joseph Allan Millar       
Mother's Name    Lucy Millar
Indexing Project (Batch) Number    C01696-3
System Origin    England-EASy
GS Film number    1786362
Reference ID    p292, no2336


Name    Bertram John Miller
Event Type    Death
Registration Quarter    Jan-Feb-Mar
Registration Year    1893
Registration District    Bethnal Green
County    London
Event Place    Bethnal Green, London, England
Age (available after 1866)    
Birth Year (Estimated)    
Volume    1C
Page    198
Line Number    275

Name    Violet Millar
Event Type    Census
Event Date    1911
Gender    Female
Age    30
Birthplace    Bethnal Green, London
Schedule Type    Household
Registration District    Bethnal Green
Sub-District    Bethnal Green South West
Parish    Bethnal Green
County    London
 
Residents of a house 15 in Lambeg South (Lisburn, Antrim)1901

Major   Emma J Kathleen   26   Female   Daughter   Church of Ireland   Lisburn, Co Antrim      Read and write   English   Not Married  
Major   Margaret   54   Female   Head of Family   Church of Ireland   Lisburn, Co Antrim      Read and write   English   Widow  
Mc Call   Lottie   25   Female   Niece   Church of Ireland   Belfast      Read and write   English   Not Married  
Murphy   Mary   28   Female   Servant   Church of Ireland   Cavan   Servant   Read and write   English   Not Married  
Mary   Mary   26   Female   Servant   Roman Catholic   Drogheda   Servant   Read and write   English   Not Married


Name Herbert Holmes Stevenson  
Christening Place LISBURN, ANT, IRE.
Birth Date 09 Sep 1873
Birthplace Lisburn, Ant, Ire.
Father's Name John Stevenson
Mother's Name Eliza Mc Kee  
Indexing Project (Batch) Number C39575-4
System Origin Ireland-VR
GS Film number 255883
Reference ID p 655 no 169


Residents of a house 8 in Lambeg South (Lisburn, Antrim)1901
 
Stevenson Annie 31 Female Daughter Methodist County Antrim  Read and write  Not Married
Stevenson Lillie 28 Female Daughter Methodist County Antrim  Read and write SGL
Stevenson John 70 Male Head of Family Methodist County Antrim Corn and Coal Merchant Read and write  Widower  
Topping Mary 27 Female Servant Episcopalian County Down General Servant Domestic Read and write  Not Married  
Lewis Martha 23 Female Servant Presbyterian County Antrim Housemaid, Domestic Read and write  Not Married
Stevenson Herbert H 27 Male Son Methodist County Antrim Bookkeeper Read and write  Not Married
Stevenson Charles 33 Male Son Methodist County Antrim Bookkeeper Read and write  Not Married
Stevenson William 40 Male Son Methodist County Antrim Corn and Coal Merchant Read and write  Not Married  
Stevenson Alfred M 29 Male Son Methodist County Antrim Bookkeeper Read and write  Not Married  
Malcolm Margaret 61 Female Visitor Episcopalian County Down Servant, Domestic Read and write  Not Married
  
Residents of a house 17 in Belfast Road (Lisburn, Antrim)1911

Stevenson John 80 Male Head of Family Methodist Lisburn, Coy Antrim Coal and Grain Merchant Read and write  Widower  
Stevenson William 50 Male Son Methodist Lisburn, Coy Antrim Coal and Grain Merchant Read and write  Single  
Stevenson Anne Jane 40 Female Daughter Methodist Lisburn, Coy Antrim  Read and write  Single  
Stevenson Elizabeth Blanche 37 Female Daughter Methodist Lisburn, Coy Antrim Read and write  Single
Kennette Annie 36 Female Servant Church of Ireland Tyrone Cook Domestic Servant Read and write  Married  10 2 2
Armstrong Margaret 23 Female Servant Church of Ireland Fermanagh House Parlour Maid Domestic Servant Read and write  Single

Title :       Date of Death :    31 July 1911
Surname :    Stevenson    Date of Grant :    27 September 1911
Forename :    John    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £8,159 11s. 9d.
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Probate of the Will of John Stevenson late of Woodlands Lisburn County Antrim Merchant who died 31 July 1911 granted at Belfast to William Stevenson Alfred Miller Stevenson and Charles Stevenson Merchants.
 
Residents of a house 28 in Castle Street (Lisburn, Antrim)1901

Mulholland   Joseph Richardson Turtta   69   Male   Brother   Roman Catholic   Lisburn, Ireland, Co Antrim   J.P. for City of Belfast Flax Spinner, Linen and Thread Mill   Read and write      Widower   
Cavanagh   Mary Anna   30   Female   Servant Cook   Roman Catholic   Ardboe, Co Tyrone   Cook   Read and write      Not Married   
Mc Cormick   Mary Josephine   27   Female   Servant Housemaid   Roman Catholic   Drumley, Co Antrim   Housemaid   Read and write      Not Married   
Mulholland   Anna   73   Female   Sister   Roman Catholic   Lisburn, Ireland, Co Antrim   No Occupation and Live   Read and write      Not Married   
Mulholland   Jane Eliza    71   Female   Sister   Roman Catholic   Lisburn, Ireland, Co Antrim   On Private Means   Read and write      Not Married

Residents of a house 30 in Derryvolgie Avenue (Windsor Ward, Antrim) 1911

Mulholland   Joseph Richardson Turtle   79   Male   Head of Family   Roman Catholic   Lisburn, Co Antrim   Retired Manufacturer   Read and write      Widower   
Mulholland   Anna   83   Female   Sister   Roman Catholic   Lisburn, Co Antrim      Read and write      Single   
Mulholland   Mary Clair   39   Female   Visitor   Roman Catholic   Philadelphia P A U S A      Read and write      Single   
Quinn   Catherine   37   Female   Cook Servant   Roman Catholic   Armagh   Domestic   Read and write      Widow   
Slavin   Alice   24   Female   Servant House Maid   Roman Catholic   Donegal   Domestic   Read and write      Single

Title :       Date of Death :    16 October 1916
Surname :    Mulholland    Date of Grant :    20 December 1916
Forename :    Joseph Richardson Turtle    Reseal Date :    
Registry :    Belfast    Effects :    Effects £12,598 4s. 6d.
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Probate of the Will of Joseph Richardson Turtle Mulholland late of 30 Derryvolgie Avenue Belfast J.P. who died 16 October 1916 granted at Belfast to William Stevenson Merchant George Simpson Bookkeeper and Mary St. Clair Mulholland Spinster.

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