>>You probably know that you can order an instantly-viewable transcript copy of Margaret Kane's 1869 Strabane District death record >>(and many other records) from the Irish Family History Foundation at http://tyronefermanagh.rootsireland.iehttp://tyronefermanagh.rootsireland.ie. And you can get a >>copy of an original handwritten birth/marriage/death certificate from the Dublin GRO (the 1869 death index entry you cited is >>from the LDS FamilySearch database of Irish Civil Registrations).
Yes, I was also looking at Emerald Ancestors as they look to be much more affordable for transcripts then the IFHF.
>>The data from 2nd Donagheady Presbyterian Church Marriages, 1838-1845, as listed on the Co. Tyrone web site, was transcribed by >>the generous genealogist, Faye Logue, from PRONI microfilm MIC 1/P/459.
That is a great website and it's been a big help to me!It was actually Faye that sent me the death index for Margaret Kane.Although the age is way off, she thinks it's a possible match.I'll be getting the record when I'm able. If it turns out not to be the mother, but another relative it's still a help.
>>In my previous message post, I mentioned the TITHE books not surviving for Donagheady parish. However the Valuation Field Books >>are available and date from 1835, with householders' names, field notes, valuation of houses, etc. Those books are at PRONI >>under land records. Unfortunately, there's no on-line index to them (yet) that I know of. You'd have to have someone research >>them at PRONI.
Yes Faye suggested these as well.I'm a long way from Ireland lol, so it will have to wait until I canhigher someone to do the research for me. She had also checked the records at the 2nd Pres church and did not find my family in them.Andrew's younger children were baptized in the 1st Pres Church.There are also records of him and other family members holding pews there.I don't know for sure if that is the church that Martha Kane's family went to or not, but there was no record of their marriage in the 2nd church.Possibly the church of Ireland...