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Researching descendants of Jeremiah Bothwell and his siblings (William, James, Sarah & Margaret), all of whom were born in County Armagh, Ireland, in the first quarter of the 19th century> They emigrated to the Americas in the 1830s and settled first in Vermont in 1838, then in Illinois and Iowa in the early 1840s.
Researching the descendants of the Rev. David E. Bothwell, who emigrated from Northern Ireland in 1789 as a Presbyterian minister settling first in South Carolina, then going on to Georgia about 1790.
Researching the descendants of John Bothwell and Barbara Reid of Tarves, Aberdeenshire, born abt. 1755. Family stayed in Scotland until 1900.
Researching descendants of Dr. James J. Bothwell and Eleanor Hamilton, who resided in Ashville, AL.
Researching the descendants of William Nassau Bothwell, originally of County Monaghan, and Isabella Hannah. My husband's family came from WNB's son, also William Nassau Bothwell, and his second wife, Annie Grant of Dundee, married 1876.
Researching the family of James Bothwell, stonemason, who married Mary Jane Rule in 1833 in County Armagh, Ireland. Their children included: William Bothwell, stonemason, married to Jessie Taylor McIndoe (McDougall) 1861 in Scotland; Mary, married to David Dempster; John, married to Ellen Poole; Robert; and Thomas. Mary, John, Robert, and Thomas were all born in Scotland, William may have been born in Ireland. Four other sons died. Family emigrated to the US where they wound up in New York and New Jersey. William had a son named James (also a stonemason) and a daughter, Janet. I believe William was the owner of the Ansonia Quarry in Ansonia CT. William and Jessie may have had another son, named William after his father.
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