With the help of a possible cousin in Ireland, I received what appears to be confirmation of stories that our ancestor John Duffey immigrated from the area around Donaghmore in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.Mr. Malcolm Duffey of County Tyrone (a distinguished local historian) spent several hours examining a trove of baptism, marriage and burial records at St. Michael's Church Castlecaulfield, in the same area.He found references to Duffeys from 1748 to 1823, and also references to "Farrs" who are likely relatives of John's wife Margaret "Pharr".There are different spellings for all names,but the records do show the baptisms at St. Michael's of three children of John and Margaret Duffey: Margaret (Jan 14, 1770), John (Aug. 31, 1772) and Mary (Nov. 20, 1774). That lines up nicely with research by many on this side of the ocean.John and Margaret's daughter Margaret Duffey Foster is buried in the Fellowship Baptist Church Cemetery in Butts County, GA, near her brother Samuel Duffey (and possibly near her parents).Margaret Foster's headstone shows that she was born on Dec. 24, 1769 - very close to the baptism date of Jan. 14, 1770.(PS - she lived until 1866!)I also believe the records show the burial at St Michael's of Margaret Pharr Duffey's father Henry Pharr.There are many other Duffey and Pharr notations in Malcolm's transcription, which I would be happy to share.You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.