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About Postman Bill 2
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This is a search into the family background of William MARTIN, a postman from  Derry City, N. Ireland who was born in 1857, in St Johnston, County Donegal,  Republic of Ireland and his wife Bridget (MCSHEFFREY). Details are included of  his wife's family and the families of his children and their relatives -  particularly the CAREYs, MCKEAGUEs MCKENNAs and O'NEILLs of County Antrim, N.  Ireland and the REIDs and BOYLEs of County Derry N. Ireland. Also included are the DONNELLY and MORRIS families of Teebane East and Greencastle, Co. Tyrone.  A similar site can be obtained by Googling 'Postman Bill'. There is a guest book if you wish to  record comments/corrections.

The Postman Bill 2 genealogy will try to discover details about these families  back to the early 1800s and forward to the year 2010. It will include  photographs and personal anecdotes to illustrate the localities and history  associated with this period.

Anecdotes include:-

1.  Billy's Boys - Enter " Martin, Ellen " at Find in the toolbar above

2.  James Martin RN Naval Record - 1920 -1938 -  Enter "Martin, James " at Find in  the toolbar above

3.  Long Leave in Africa - Starts under "Martin, William " (Martin,William John) and  continues under "Donnelly, Anna " and "Martin, John " (Martin, John Patrick) enter  these names at Find in the toolbar above

4.  An Epidemic in Mill Street - enter "O'Neill, Bernard"  at  Find in the toolbar above click on O'Neill, Bernard (1860 - 1950).

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Thanks are due to Malachy Carey, John Carey, Paul Martin, Kiron Reid, Sean  Reid, Declan Carey and Richard Martin for their contributions.

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