Thanks for that piece of information about the Pinkerton Hunter connection - and Lindy's extra information as well. I think the Hunter Pinkerton marriage that Lindy mentioned might be my great great great grandparents.My g-g-grandparents, James Rogers and Annie Hunter migrated from Ulster to Australia in 1850. Annie's death registration in the Victorian Births Deaths and Marriages registry states that she was the daughter of George Hunter and (unknown) Pinkerton and was born in Co. Antrim.Incidentally, the Agahdowey Presbyterian marriage records also list a Robert Rogers marrying Margaret Hunter (also a daughter of George) in 1852. Presumably the brother and sister respectively of James and Annie. I have a family bible that lists James and Annie as being married at Gavagh in 1850 but this record is not listed on the Bann Valley website - Lindy might have some knowledge of that. As for the Pinkerton connection, that is the only reference I have found so far - any extra information would be appreciated.
The family obviously regarded the Pinkerton connection as important - Great Grandfather (also) James Rogers gave all his eight children three names, the third being the surname of an ancestor - so I have a great aunt who was named Millie Gladys Pinkerton Rogers!