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Posted by: Valerie Poole (ID *****6393) Date: January 25, 2010 at 11:35:26
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Anyone with information, pictures and connections to the below information please contact me. I have a vast Taggart tree to share.

Taggartsland is a division of a county
called a townland. It corresponds, although somewhat smaller in dimensions, with our township and includes several parishes.
A part of Donegore and Kilbride parishes, the ancient burial
places of the Taggart family, is in Taggartsland.There is a
Taggartstown near Randalstown and another between Belfast and
Antrim. (The Rev. Bruce Taggart while traveling on his wedding
trip, tells of meeting a patriarch of his name living in an old stone mansion house at Taggartstown between Belfast and Antrim.

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