Thank you so much for all the info and ideas!I've spent a lot of time on this family since I last posted.You are right about Elizabeth and Isabella being Andrew's sisters.As well as the Hugh being family. I was very lucky to get in touch with a long time Hazlett/Haslett researcher who was able to share data on his known siblings.
Oh on the passenger record, Andrew's daughter Martha is listed!I have the image.But after that I have lost track of her.Perhaps she died in MA, but I haven't found a record yet.
New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 about Andrew Haslett Name: Andrew Haslett Arrival Date: 17 May 1875 Birth Year: abt 1810 Age: 65 Gender: Male Occupation: Labourer Ethnicity/Race/Nationality: Irish Place of Origin: Ireland Port of Departure: Glasgow, Scotland and Larne, Ireland Destination: United States of America Port of Arrival: New York Port Arrival State: New York Port Arrival Country: United States Ship Name: State of Louisiana Also travailing with Andrew are his wife Martha age 45 and children: Mary age 13 Andrew age 11 Bella age 9 Joseph age 7 Martha 6 months
There is a Margaret Kane farming in Donaghedy, Starbane that might be Margarets mother widowed.She is recorded in the Griffith index. Someone also found this death index for me.
Name: Margaret Kane Registration District: Strabane Event Type: DEATHS Registration Quarter and Year: 1869 Estimated Birth Year: 1828 Age (at Death): 41 Mother's Maiden Name: Film Number: 101584 Volume Number: 17 Page Number: 236 Digital Folder Number: 4200216 Image Number: 00370
The age is off, but if the person giving the record did not know her exact age, it could be the right one.
You mentioned records at the 1st Pres Church for baptisms in the 1830's.I was told that the surviving records didn't start until the 1860's.That was also shown on PRONI.Do you have another source for the records?
I did get in touch with "tchazlett"on Ancestry as he had my Andrew and Martha in his tree.But he didn't think they were related.However there were only 2 Hazlett family's in Cambridge so they might be.I'm going to try and see if I can find a connection.