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Re: Robert Trimble/Margaret Gowan Belfast
Posted by: S Holland (ID *****2183) Date: November 23, 2012 at 05:01:08
In Reply to: Re: Robert Trimble/Margaret Gowan Belfast by Kim Reynolds of 94931

Thanks so very much for this reply. It is very helpful and hope it will be more helpful in the future.

Edith Maud Trimble b 1882 d 1884 is buried at Belfast Cemetery with my Holland family.

She is buried with Eliza Holland d 1875, Maggie Holland whiteside d 1891 d/o Joseph Holland, Emma Holland d 1877, d/o Joseph Holland, Clara Holland died 1899, d/o of Joseph Holland this is plot A-56 of Cemetery.

buried in plot A-57 is Joseph Holland d 1900, Walter d 1917 s/o of Joseph Holland, Frederick St. Clair d 1900, grand child, William James d 1903, grand child, Mable Clara Pollock, grand child.

I believe Joseph to be the s/o Eliza Holland buried in plot A-56. She died at his home 1875.

I thin k that Edith Maud is related to this Holland family or she would not have been buried in the same cemetery. If her parents were from County Armagh she may be related to the Robert Anderson family who had a dau. Mary Ann Anderson who married the above Joseph Holland in 1857 and she was from county Armagh.

Thank you again and do you have any further suggestions that I might use to see if I can make a connection or am I just chasing the wind? sdholland@mindspring.com


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