|About NEELIN - William (Bill) Donald Neelin & Wendy Ann Charlwood Family
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NEELIN: Jane NEELIN had at least six sons or grandsons born between 1770 - 1797 in county CAVAN Northern Ireland. The NEELIN genealogical graphic on this document mainly concerns Gregg NEELIN Sr. and his descendants down to Elijah Pattyson NEELIN and Cecil Harold NEELIN (only child) husband of Viola (Eva) MAWDESLEY NEELIN and their subsequent linkage. Details of this linkage were originally compiled by my uncle James Henry Neelin (1924 - 21 June 2008). However, later data has been researched and added by myself. Linkage of other branches and information (NEELIN*) was obtained from David HEMMINGS. Note from James NEELIN: The written material (not necessarily provided in this document) is primarily from professor James M. NEELIN of Carlton University Ottawa, to Barry NEELIN (son of James) of St. Catharines, and has been helpful not only in researching Gregg NEELIN Sr and descendants but of his own family linkage down from Michael NEELIN Sr. It is of note that the phonetic spelling of NEELIN appears only in Canada (and US of A) and thus people with this surname in Canada (and US of A) are of consequence all related. HEAD/CHARLWOOD side of Wendy's family were compiled my me. Most of this research was done during our time (1989-1993) in London England. Additional research has been done through web access to the England data bases. MAWDESLEY family were compiled by my uncle James Henry Neelin (1924 - 21 June 2008). COULL/KEITH side of my family was compiled by myself while in London England (1989-93) and a trip to the Archives in Edinburgh Scotland in December 1993. A trip to New Deer Scotland at that time indicated that no COULLs resided there. Subsequent research on COULL/KEITH has been done through web access to the Scotish Archives. RICHARDSON side of my family was compiled by Kathryn GROVES (KORODY) my cousin. Note: Names marked with * were obtained from David HEMMINGS. Names marked wih ^ were obtained from www.bytown.net/actonbeckett.htm Names followed by 1 were obtained from Allan LEWIS A note on the the 1841 England Census a policy of rounding down ages was in place. As such people aged: 15-19 were recorded as 15; 20-24 were recorded as 20; 25-29 were recorded as 25; 30-34 were recorded as 30; 35-39 were recorded as 35;