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George Cree (c.1851-1932) & Jane Cree (c.1851-1918) County Down

Posted by John Craig on November 4, 2017 at 21:45 1 Comment

Hi,

I'm new joining the group but have have found the resources on this site a fantastic source of information over many years.

George Cree (1851 - 1932) who lived at Dunmurry in Northern Ireland was my great great grandfather, and Jane Cree was my great great grandmother, so I trace my line from both the Lisburn Crees through George, and the Ballybarnes Crees through Jane's father Andrew Cree.

My great grandmother was Eliza Cree (1870-1955) - the first child of George…

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James Cree 1843-1896

Posted by JUNE WALKER on October 21, 2017 at 16:39 1 Comment

My great grandfather James Cree was the son of John Cree and Hannah Warren. Edith Hannah Cree is my grandmother.

Born in Worksop 1872 . Daughter of James Cree and Julia Marples.  Julia Marples was the daugher of Georgre Marples who owned a public house in Worksop called "Butchers Arms".

James Cree owned  a vegetable and fishmongers shop in Worksop in about 1880. He died in 1896.

James `s sister Jane Cree John married and went to Provo in Utah USA

If anybody has…

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James Cree 1843-1896

Posted by JUNE WALKER on October 21, 2017 at 16:39 0 Comments

My great grandfather James Cree was the son of John Cree and Hannah Warren. Edith Hannah Cree is my grandmother.

Born in Worksop 1872 . Daughter of James Cree and Julia Marples.  Julia Marples was the daugher of Georgre Marples who owned a public house in Worksop called "Butchers Arms".

James Cree owned  a vegetable and fishmongers shop in Worksop in about 1880. He died in 1896.

James `s sister Jane Cree John married and went to Provo in Utah USA

If anybody has…

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Cree Tartan

Posted by Caroline Cree on August 9, 2017 at 3:42 2 Comments

Hi,
I was wondering if anyone knew what and tartan the Perth Glover line would be? I have tried looking it up but I get a message saying there is no clan for that surname.
Thank you!

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"John, Welcome to the Cree Family History Network and many thanks for posting the very special photograph of George Cree (1851-1932) and for providing your connection to George and his wife Jane Cree. As you may know George Cree has a Cree ID number…"
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George Cree (c.1851 - 1932)

George Cree (c.1851-1932) Dunmurry, Co. Down
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George Cree (c.1851-1932) & Jane Cree (c.1851-1918) County Down

Hi,I'm new joining the group but have have found the resources on this site a fantastic source of information over many years.George Cree (1851 - 1932) who lived at Dunmurry in Northern Ireland was my great great grandfather, and Jane Cree was my great great grandmother, so I trace my line from both the Lisburn Crees through George, and the Ballybarnes Crees through Jane's father Andrew Cree.My great grandmother was Eliza Cree (1870-1955) - the first child of George and Jane. She married John…See More
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Trevor Cree commented on JUNE WALKER's blog post James Cree 1843-1896
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"Dear Debbie my name is Dorothy Gabbey and my mother is Jane Cree.  I have been looking at the info on Reuban in this site and found that he has been given the parents of my GG grandparents Hugh Cree and Elizabeth Cree (Majorie).  In my…"
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Reuben Cree and sarah Hawthorne, King Street, bangor

Started by Trevor Cree in Cree lines in County Down, Ireland. Last reply by Dorothy A Ludaescher Sep 28. 1 Reply

I've just been contacted by Debbie who wrote:"My grandfather is Reuben Cree from 8 King St, Bangor Co. Down he married Sarah (Sadie)Cree nee Hawthorne Dec. 7 1925My mother was one of 9 of his…Continue

The Sprotbrough Cree Line

Started by Trevor Cree in DNA Testing Forum May 27. 0 Replies

Dan,I'm not sure if the origin of the Sprotbrough Cree line has been discussed before on the Network but I have just noticed your very interesting posting below. Mike is probably the expert on the…Continue

Ballybarnes Cree

Started by Trevor Cree in Cree lines in County Down, Ireland. Last reply by Trevor Cree Sep 13, 2016. 1 Reply

William Cree of Ballybarnes (1821 - 1873)I was undertaking a random Google search using the keywords ''William Cree' Ireland' when I came across an interesting photograph of a gravestone. It was…Continue

Henrietta Florence Cree

Started by Annabelle Morrison in The Chree line of Aberdeenshire. Last reply by Annabelle Morrison Sep 11, 2016. 1 Reply

Further to previous discussions:According to public records Henrietta Florence Cree was born in Belfast N.Ireland on 27 February 1926.  Her mother's maiden name was Atkinson.Sadly the death records…Continue

 
 
 

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