Hi I am doing research on the Guiggey line and came across this article in the Belfast Newsletter.The index stated :
DOC IDISSUE DATEPAGE NOABSTRACTSUBJECT94851 25 May 1773 3 sold public auction private sale house =Guiggy,George parish +Larne townland+Bellylorain Co. +Antrim 10 June interest lease =Ogilve,William. flax-millfarm-house barn application 20. http://www.ucs.louisiana.edu/cgi-bin/belfst/Search.cgihttp://www.ucs.louisiana.edu/cgi-bin/belfst/Search.cgi
When I found the ad it stated: The Belfast NewsletterMay 25, 1773
To be sold by publick Auction or private ney, at the home of George Guiggy, in and Townland of Ballylorain and County of Antrim the 10th Day of June next, at 10 o'Clock in the resold of a lease held under Mr. William Ogilve eight Years unexpired lease from the first day of November on is a good Flax-Mill, with Plenty of Water in the Farm contains 22 Acres, Plantation Mea Rent of 61, 14, 1d h with a good Farm House Houses convenient to said Farm. Application to Guiggy ad or before said Day, who will thew the at Larne, this 20th Day of May, 1773. G This to be continued three Times.
I suspect that this William Ogilvie is William Ogilvie Jr. So I was wondering if your book on Rev William Ogilvie had any info on the Guiggy line?I was wondering if the Guiggeys worked for the Ogilvies and were brought over with him from Scotland?