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    Looking for the name Lecky in Co. Antrim in the mid 1800's (1865-Thomas Lecky)

    Thank you very much fro taking the time to do this, I appreciate it.
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    Lecky surname: Locations, Portrush, Coleraine, Ballymoney, Ballymena, Londonderry areas.

    Looking for the surname Lecky in the Portrush, County Antrim area. Trying to connect their ancestry back to Scotland from Portrush. Lecky's came to Londonderry around 1630 from Scotland and are still in the County Antrim area, Portrush, Giants Causeway, Dunluce Castle, Bushmills, etc. I have my...
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    Looking for the name Lecky in Co. Antrim in the mid 1800's (1865-Thomas Lecky)

    Thomas Lecky b. 18 Mar 1865 - d. 25 Oct 1933 in Philadelphia; f-William, m-Mary, bro-James b.ca 1862; married Margaret "Maggie" Ferguson (b.1866- d. 1907 in Philadelphia), 1 Aug 1887 in Londonderry, Maggie's father was Joseph; Immigrated to America 1887, arrived 18 Aug 1887. I know the family...
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    Looking for the name Lecky in Co. Antrim in the mid 1800's (1865-Thomas Lecky)

    Looking for the family of my great grandfather Thomas Lecky. Father may have been William & he may have had a brother William. Thomas immigrated to America (Philadelphia) ca, 1888.
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