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Robert Elder, 1836

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Robert Elder was born 16 Mar 1836 in Drumagosker, Newtownlimavady, Co. Londonderry. He died 27 Jan 1910 on Inch Island, Co. Donegal. His family grave is located at the Inch Presbyterian Church on Inch Island, Co. Donegal.

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Thanks for the postings of the INCH ISLAND monuments!
Hoping to connect DAVID ELDER and MARGERY STEWART
of FRANKLIN COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA.
Nancy’s webpage:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nancyelder/DavidMargery.htm

also see:
WorldConnect
by Michael STEWART
http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=stewdbkr&id=I2156
ID: I2156
Name: Margaret Stewart [buried in Fannett Twp, Franklin Co Pennsylvania]
Sex: F
Father: Alexander Stewart b: ABT 1703 in
Greenhill, Carnemauga, County Donegal, Ireland
Mother: Rebecca Galbraith b: 1698 in Newton, Cunningham, Ireland

Marriage 1 David Elder [buried in Fannett Twp, Franklin Co PA]
Children
1. Sarah Elder [and others]
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father:
# ID: I36
# Name: Alexander Stewart
# Sex: M
# Birth: ABT 1703 in Greenhill, Carnemauga, County Donegal, Ireland
# Death: ABT 1744 in Greenhill, Carnemauga, County Donegal, Ireland

Father: William “Buda” Stewart b: ABT 1669 in
Fort Stewart, Aughnish, County Donegal, Ireland
Mother: Mary Hopkins b: 22 DEC 1674

Marriage 1 Rebecca Galbraith b: 1698 in Newton, Cunningham, Ireland
Children
1. Alexander Stewart b: ABT 1732 in Greenhill, Carnemauga, County
Donegal, Ireland
2. Elizabeth Stewart
3. Robert Stewart b: 1732
4. Charles Stewart
5. Frances Stewart b: ABT 1740
6. Margaret Stewart
7. William Stewart b: 1738 in Greenhill, County Donegal, Ireland

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http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~inchelder/index.html

This page is dedicated to the Elder family of Inch and all those descended from the Inch Island Elders. I am presently researching four families: ELDER, SHARKEY, CRAIG, and MARSHALL of Co. Donegal, Eire, and Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland. My ancestral Elders, Sharkeys, Craigs, and Marshalls are also found in Limavady, Ballyness, and Garvagh. I will be including information on these lines in these pages.

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