Margaret Cree

Female, CreeID#7403, (7 March 1864 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Margaret Cree was born on 7 March 1864.1,2 She was the daughter of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie. Margaret Cree was baptised on 10 April 1864 in St. Comgalls Church of Ireland, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.3

On 14 June 1881, Margaret Cree was also known as Maggie Cree.

Margaret Cree married James Dunn Johnston, son of John Johnston, on 14 June 1881 in the Register Office, Newtownards, County Down, Ireland. James was a bricklayer of full age. Maggie was 17 years old. Both gave their addess as West Street, Bangor.4

Family: Margaret Cree and James Dunn Johnston

References

  1. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Source Film Number: 101041.
  2. [S447] Posting on message board, by Dorothy A Ludaescher on Cree FH Network, 23 April 2015.
  3. [S447] Posting on message board, by Dorothy A Ludaescher on Cree FH Network, 23 April 2015 quoting (?PRONI) MIC/583/19.
  4. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
Last edited12 Jan 2020

Hugh Cree

Male, CreeID#7404, (2 February 1840 - 1928)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Hugh Cree was born in 1840.1,2 He was baptised on 2 February 1840 in the Church of Ireland, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.3 He was the son of Hugh Cree and Catherine Cree (married name).

Hugh Cree married Eliza Majorie, daughter of James Majorie and Agnes Majorie (married name), on 21 January 1862 in First Presbyterian Church, Bangor, County Down, Ireland. The ceremony was witnessed by Elizabeth Cree. Both Hugh and Eliza were living in Bangor. Eliza was a minor. The marriage was by licence. Hugh's father is listed as Hugh Cree, mother Jane Wallace. George Miller was also a witness.4,5,6,7

His daughter Margaret Cree was born on 7 March 1864.8,9

His daughter Mary Agnes Cree was born on 26 July 1866 in West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.10

His daughter Susanna Cree was born on 26 July 1866 in West Street, Bangor, County Down.10

His daughter Mary Agnes Cree died on 12 August 1866 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.11

His daughter Susanna Cree died on 16 August 1866 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.11

His daughter Elizabeth Cree was born on 29 June 1867 in West Street, Bangor, County Down.10,12

His son Henry Greer Cleland Cree was born on 28 December 1869 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.10,13

His son James Cree was born on 8 August 1872 in Bangor, County Down.10 Hugh Cree was a witness at the marriage of John Wallace and Jane Cree on 20 June 1873 in Church of Ireland, Bangor, County Down, Ireland; The marriage was by licence. John was a widower and Jane a spinster. The other witness was William McKeown.10,6

His daughter Susanna Cree was born on 28 May 1876 in Bangor, County Down.14,10

His son Hugh Cree was born on 2 September 1878 in Bangor, County Down.15,10

His father Hugh Cree died on 13 March 1880 in West Street, Bangor, County Down.16,17

His son William Thomas Cree was born on 8 March 1881 in Bangor, County Down.15,18,10

His son Robert George Cree was born on 13 February 1883 in Bangor, County Down.10,9

His son Samuel Alexander Cree was born on 8 November 1885 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.10

Hugh Cree was a coachman on 5 September 1887.19

His daughter Maggie Cree was born on 4 May 1888 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.20,21

On 31 March 1901 Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie were living in 39 West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Maggie Cree, Elizabeth Cree, William Thomas Cree, Robert George Cree, Hugh Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree and Henry Cree.

Hugh was a general labourer aged 60. Eliza was 57. Their son Hugh, 24, was a van driver; Lizzie, 28, was a hemstitcher and married; Thomas, 22, was a general labourer; George, 18, was a bricklayer; Alexander, 16, and Maggie, 14, were scholars. All were C of I. Lizzie was shown as married but her husband Hugh McNeil was not present on census night. Henry, aged 14, was her son but not Hugh McNeil's.20,22

In 1905 Hugh Cree was living in 32 West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.23

Hugh Cree was a Sheriff Officer on 12 April 1907.24

Hugh Cree was a bricklayer's labourer on 5 July 1907.25

On 2 April 1911 Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie were living in 8 King Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Elizabeth Cree and Reuben Cree. Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie have a married daughter, Elizabeth McNeill and a grandson Ruban Cree, 9, with them. Eliza is recorded as Elizabeth, which must be an error as she is 50 years married with 13 children, of whom 10 are alive. Hugh is still a general labourer at 71. Elizabeth McNeill's name is altered from Elizabeth Cree on the householder's return. She is aged 42, married and a charwoman and shown as married 25 years with three children, all still living.1

Hugh Cree died in 1928 in Bangor, County Down.26

Children of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie

References

  1. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911.
  2. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish, PRONI original records :CR1/87; microfilm :MIC583/ reel19, SM47/reel19, T679/234/1-37, extracted by Adam Trevor Cree, 3 June 2013.
  3. [S1] Parish Register, PRONI original records :CR1/87; microfilm :MIC583/ reel19, SM47/reel19, T679/234/1-37, extracted by Adam Trevor Cree, 3 June 2013, "The records have revealed that Hugh Cree (Jnr.) had a twin brother called Henry, they were both baptised on 2nd of February 1840 in Bangor Parish COI. I can also reveal that their father was Hugh Cree a Labourer from Carney-Leigh (Carnalea) and their mother was Catherine (listed in surnames as "his wife")."
  4. [S359] Website Ros Davies' Co. Down, Northern Ireland Family History Research Site (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rosdavies/…).
  5. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, Source Film Number: 101440.
  6. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, Trevor Cree.
  7. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Cree, 11 Oct 2012, "Hugh Cree married Eliza Majury in 1st Bangor Presbyterian Church on 21 Jan 1862. His father is listed as Hugh Cree, mother Jane Wallace."
  8. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Source Film Number: 101041.
  9. [S447] Posting on message board, by Dorothy A Ludaescher on Cree FH Network, 23 April 2015.
  10. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  11. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 0."
  12. [S78] Certificate held or seen, U/1867/196/1024/2/243.
  13. [S78] Certificate held or seen.
  14. [S85] IGI.
  15. [S323] Trevor Cree, Trevor Cree papers. Hereinafter cited as Trevor Cree papers.
  16. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, NI Deaths, "age 68."
  17. [S78] Certificate held or seen, Email Trevor Cree, 21st June 2016, "He was married, 68 years old, and a labourer. The informant was Jane Wallace who was present at the death and who signed with her mark."
  18. [S253] UK Census 1911, He was 30 at the 1911 Census.
  19. [S78] Certificate held or seen, (Marriage of daughter Elizabeth).
  20. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901.
  21. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, Registered as Margaret.
  22. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Billy Cree to Trevor Cree, 24 Sep 2017, "The 14 year old Henry Cree in the 1901 census is her son, not Hughs. His full name was Henry Cree McNeill... The other children were
    daughters called Bertha who was staying at a neighbours on the night of
    the census and Elizabeth who was deceased."
  23. [S460] Trade Directory "Belfast and Ulster Street Directory 1905."
  24. [S78] Certificate held or seen, Marriage of son Henry, Statutory marriages 652/02 0089.
  25. [S78] Certificate held or seen, Marriage of daughter Maggie, Statutory marriages 652/02 0167.
  26. [S454] Ancestry.co.uk (www.ancestry.co.uk), Cree Family tree by bigtrev19 at http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/tree/20981536/person/1009988471
Last edited28 Jan 2020

Eliza Majorie

Female, CreeID#7405, (1843 or 1844 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Eliza Majorie was born in 1843 or 1844 in County Down, Ireland.1,2 She was the daughter of James Majorie and Agnes Majorie (married name).

Eliza Majorie married Hugh Cree, son of Hugh Cree and Catherine Cree (married name), on 21 January 1862 in First Presbyterian Church, Bangor, County Down, Ireland. The ceremony was witnessed by Elizabeth Cree. Both Hugh and Eliza were living in Bangor. Eliza was a minor. The marriage was by licence. Hugh's father is listed as Hugh Cree, mother Jane Wallace. George Miller was also a witness.3,4,5,6

Her daughter Margaret Cree was born on 7 March 1864.7,8

Her daughter Mary Agnes Cree was born on 26 July 1866 in West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.9

Her daughter Susanna Cree was born on 26 July 1866 in West Street, Bangor, County Down.9

On 29 June 1867, Eliza Majorie was also known as Eliza Majury. She signed with her mark. She registered the birth of Elizabeth Cree on 29 June 1867 in West Street, Bangor, County Down; Eliza herself was the informant and signed with her mark.9,10

Her son Henry Greer Cleland Cree was born on 28 December 1869 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.9,11

Her son James Cree was born on 8 August 1872 in Bangor, County Down.9

Her daughter Susanna Cree was born on 28 May 1876 in Bangor, County Down.12,9

Her son Hugh Cree was born on 2 September 1878 in Bangor, County Down.13,9

Her son William Thomas Cree was born on 8 March 1881 in Bangor, County Down.13,14,9

Her son Robert George Cree was born on 13 February 1883 in Bangor, County Down.9,8

Her son Samuel Alexander Cree was born on 8 November 1885 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.9

Her daughter Maggie Cree was born on 4 May 1888 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.15,16

On 31 March 1901 Eliza Majorie and Hugh Cree were living in 39 West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Maggie Cree, Elizabeth Cree, William Thomas Cree, Robert George Cree, Hugh Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree and Henry Cree.

Hugh was a general labourer aged 60. Eliza was 57. Their son Hugh, 24, was a van driver; Lizzie, 28, was a hemstitcher and married; Thomas, 22, was a general labourer; George, 18, was a bricklayer; Alexander, 16, and Maggie, 14, were scholars. All were C of I. Lizzie was shown as married but her husband Hugh McNeil was not present on census night. Henry, aged 14, was her son but not Hugh McNeil's.15,17

On 2 April 1911 Eliza Majorie and Hugh Cree were living in 8 King Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Elizabeth Cree and Reuben Cree. Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie have a married daughter, Elizabeth McNeill and a grandson Ruban Cree, 9, with them. Eliza is recorded as Elizabeth, which must be an error as she is 50 years married with 13 children, of whom 10 are alive. Hugh is still a general labourer at 71. Elizabeth McNeill's name is altered from Elizabeth Cree on the householder's return. She is aged 42, married and a charwoman and shown as married 25 years with three children, all still living.18

Children of Eliza Majorie and Hugh Cree

References

  1. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, She was 70 in 1911 but this seems unlikley as she bore her last child in 1888.
  2. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901, She was 57 in 1901.
  3. [S359] Website Ros Davies' Co. Down, Northern Ireland Family History Research Site (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rosdavies/…).
  4. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, Source Film Number: 101440.
  5. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, Trevor Cree.
  6. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Cree, 11 Oct 2012, "Hugh Cree married Eliza Majury in 1st Bangor Presbyterian Church on 21 Jan 1862. His father is listed as Hugh Cree, mother Jane Wallace."
  7. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Source Film Number: 101041.
  8. [S447] Posting on message board, by Dorothy A Ludaescher on Cree FH Network, 23 April 2015.
  9. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  10. [S78] Certificate held or seen, U/1867/196/1024/2/243.
  11. [S78] Certificate held or seen.
  12. [S85] IGI.
  13. [S323] Trevor Cree, Trevor Cree papers. Hereinafter cited as Trevor Cree papers.
  14. [S253] UK Census 1911, He was 30 at the 1911 Census.
  15. [S264] UK Census 1901.
  16. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, Registered as Margaret.
  17. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Billy Cree to Trevor Cree, 24 Sep 2017, "The 14 year old Henry Cree in the 1901 census is her son, not Hughs. His full name was Henry Cree McNeill... The other children were
    daughters called Bertha who was staying at a neighbours on the night of
    the census and Elizabeth who was deceased."
  18. [S253] UK Census 1911.
Last edited28 Jan 2020

Elizabeth Cree

Female, CreeID#7406, (c 1843 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Elizabeth Cree was born c 1843. She was the daughter of Hugh Cree and Catherine Cree (married name). Elizabeth Cree was a witness at the marriage of Eliza Majorie and Hugh Cree on 21 January 1862 in First Presbyterian Church, Bangor, County Down, Ireland; Both Hugh and Eliza were living in Bangor. Eliza was a minor. The marriage was by licence. Hugh's father is listed as Hugh Cree, mother Jane Wallace. George Miller was also a witness.1,2,3,4

References

  1. [S359] Website Ros Davies' Co. Down, Northern Ireland Family History Research Site (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rosdavies/…).
  2. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, Source Film Number: 101440.
  3. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, Trevor Cree.
  4. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Cree, 11 Oct 2012, "Hugh Cree married Eliza Majury in 1st Bangor Presbyterian Church on 21 Jan 1862. His father is listed as Hugh Cree, mother Jane Wallace."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

John Wallace

Male, CreeID#7408
John Wallace was the son of William Wallace.

John Wallace married Jane Cree, daughter of Hugh Cree and Catherine Cree (married name), on 20 June 1873 in Church of Ireland, Bangor, County Down, Ireland. The ceremony was witnessed by Hugh Cree. The marriage was by licence. John was a widower and Jane a spinster. The other witness was William McKeown.1,2

Family: John Wallace and Jane Cree

References

  1. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  2. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, Trevor Cree.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

William Wallace

Male, CreeID#7409
William Wallace was a labourer in 1873.1

Child of William Wallace

References

  1. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, at the wedding of his son John.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Mary Agnes Cree

Female, CreeID#7410, (26 July 1866 - 12 August 1866)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Mary Agnes Cree was born on 26 July 1866 in West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.1 She was the daughter of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie.

Mary Agnes Cree died on 12 August 1866 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.2

References

  1. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  2. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 0."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Susanna Cree

Female, CreeID#7411, (26 July 1866 - 16 August 1866)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Susanna Cree was born on 26 July 1866 in West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.1 She was the daughter of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie.

Susanna Cree died on 16 August 1866 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.2

References

  1. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  2. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 0."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Elizabeth Cree

Female, CreeID#7412, (29 June 1867 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Elizabeth Cree was born on 29 June 1867 in West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland. Eliza herself was the informant and signed with her mark.1,2 She was the daughter of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie.

On 5 September 1887 Elizabeth Cree was living in 3 West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.3

Elizabeth Cree married Hugh McNeill, son of Archibald McNeill, on 5 September 1887 in St Annes Cathedral Church of Ireland, Belfast, Ireland. Both were aged 21; Hugh was a groom by profession and Elizabeth was a servant. Note that Elizabeth Cree was shown in the 1901 Census as married but under the surname Cree. In 1911 her surname, first entered as Cree on the original return, can be seen to have been altered to McNeill. She is shown as married for 25 years with three children of the marriage, all still living.4,5

Her son Henry Cree was born on 25 May 1888 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.6,7,8

Her daughter Elizabeth McNeill was born on 25 August 1890 in Bangor, County Down.9 Elizabeth Cree was a witness at the marriage of Emily Collins and James Cree on 1 September 1891 in Civil Registrars Office, Newtownards, County Down, Ireland; Bother were of full age and gave their address as West Street, Bangor. James was a bricklayer.1,10

Her daughter Bertha Cree was born on 3 June 1893 in West Street, Bangor, County Down.11

On 31 March 1901 Elizabeth Cree was living in the household of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie in 39 West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Maggie Cree, William Thomas Cree, Robert George Cree, Hugh Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree and Henry Cree.

Hugh was a general labourer aged 60. Eliza was 57. Their son Hugh, 24, was a van driver; Lizzie, 28, was a hemstitcher and married; Thomas, 22, was a general labourer; George, 18, was a bricklayer; Alexander, 16, and Maggie, 14, were scholars. All were C of I. Lizzie was shown as married but her husband Hugh McNeil was not present on census night. Henry, aged 14, was her son but not Hugh McNeil's.12,13

Her son Reuben Cree was born on 19 January 1902 in West Street, Bangor, County Down.14,15

On 2 April 1911 Elizabeth Cree was living in the household of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie in 8 King Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Reuben Cree. Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie have a married daughter, Elizabeth McNeill and a grandson Ruban Cree, 9, with them. Eliza is recorded as Elizabeth, which must be an error as she is 50 years married with 13 children, of whom 10 are alive. Hugh is still a general labourer at 71. Elizabeth McNeill's name is altered from Elizabeth Cree on the householder's return. She is aged 42, married and a charwoman and shown as married 25 years with three children, all still living.16 Elizabeth Cree was a witness at the marriage of William Hanna and Bertha Cree on 9 July 1912 in Saint Annes Church of Ireland, Shankill, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland, along with Henry Cree; Elizabeth was named as Lizzie Cree. Bettha married as Bertha Cree.1

Children of Elizabeth Cree and Hugh McNeill

Children of Elizabeth Cree

References

  1. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  2. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, U/1867/196/1024/2/243.
  3. [S78] Certificate held or seen, (Marriage).
  4. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, NI marriages.
  5. [S78] Certificate held or seen, M/1887/B1/418/67/150.
  6. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, He was 14 at the 1911 Census.
  7. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church.
  8. [S78] Certificate held or seen, U/1888/196/1024/10/268 Bangor sub-district.
  9. [S78] Certificate held or seen, U/1890/196/1024/11/195.
  10. [S78] Certificate held or seen.
  11. [S78] Certificate held or seen, U/1893/196/1024/12/267.
  12. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901.
  13. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Billy Cree to Trevor Cree, 24 Sep 2017, "The 14 year old Henry Cree in the 1901 census is her son, not Hughs. His full name was Henry Cree McNeill... The other children were
    daughters called Bertha who was staying at a neighbours on the night of
    the census and Elizabeth who was deceased."
  14. [S443] Indexes to BMDs at the General Register Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast.
  15. [S78] Certificate held or seen, U/1902/196/1024/16/180, "Father's name (blank) mother's name Lizzie Cree."
  16. [S253] UK Census 1911.
Last edited12 Jan 2020

Hugh McNeill

Male, CreeID#7413
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Hugh McNeill was the son of Archibald McNeill.

On 5 September 1887 Hugh McNeill was living in 19 Midland Street, Belfast, Ireland.1

Hugh McNeill married Elizabeth Cree, daughter of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie, on 5 September 1887 in St Annes Cathedral Church of Ireland, Belfast, Ireland. Both were aged 21; Hugh was a groom by profession and Elizabeth was a servant. Note that Elizabeth Cree was shown in the 1901 Census as married but under the surname Cree. In 1911 her surname, first entered as Cree on the original return, can be seen to have been altered to McNeill. She is shown as married for 25 years with three children of the marriage, all still living.2,3

His daughter Elizabeth McNeill was born on 25 August 1890 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.4

His daughter Bertha Cree was born on 3 June 1893 in West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.5

Children of Hugh McNeill and Elizabeth Cree

References

  1. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, (Marriage).
  2. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, NI marriages.
  3. [S78] Certificate held or seen, M/1887/B1/418/67/150.
  4. [S78] Certificate held or seen, U/1890/196/1024/11/195.
  5. [S78] Certificate held or seen, U/1893/196/1024/12/267.
Last edited12 Jan 2020

Henry Greer Cleland Cree

Male, CreeID#7414, (28 December 1869 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Henry Greer Cleland Cree was born on 28 December 1869 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.1,2 He was the son of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie.

Henry Greer Cleland Cree was a bricklayer on 4 November 1889 in 62, Hartley Street, Belfast, Ireland.3

Henry Greer Cleland Cree married Hannah Jane McQuoid, daughter of Robert McQuoid and Sarah Sorella Cleland, on 4 November 1889 in Saint Annes Church of Ireland, Shankill, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland. The ceremony was witnessed by James Cree. Henry gave his age as 22 and his father's name as Hugh Cree but was actually 19. Hannah's age was shown as 21 but she could have been as young as 14! The marriage was by licence. Witnesses to the marriage were James Cree and Ellie J. Cleland.1

His daughter Henrietta Cree was born on 9 September 1890 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.1

His son Robert Hugh Cree was born on 5 May 1892 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.4,5,1

His son Rifleman Henry Greer Cree was born on 17 April 1894 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.6,5,7

His daughter Ruby Bolton Cree was born on 29 October 1896 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.1

His daughter Margaretta Cree was born on 11 March 1899 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.8,5,1

His son Walter Osborne M Cree was born on 22 March 1901 in Bangor, County Down.9,5,1

On 31 March 1901 Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid were living in 16 Holborn Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Robert Hugh Cree, Rifleman Henry Greer Cree, Margaretta Cree and Walter Osborne M Cree. Henry was a bricklayer aged 30 and Hannah was 29. She was shown as born in County Down. Henry and Ellen Butler and their daughter Christina were recorded as visitors.4 Henry Greer Cleland Cree was a witness at the marriage of Jessie Fraser MacDonald and William Thomas Cree on 31 March 1902 in Abbey Church of Ireland, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Hannah Jane McQuoid.1,2

His son Reuben Norman Frederick Cree was born on 13 February 1903 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.10,11 Henry Greer Cleland Cree was a witness at the marriage of Elizabeth Martin and Robert George Cree on 5 May 1903 in Saint Annes Church of Ireland, Shankhill, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland, along with Hannah Jane McQuoid; Elizabeth Martin was 21 and lived at 26 Sandy Row, Belfast. Robert George Cree was 24 and from 22 Concord Street.1,2

His son Cleland Cree was born on 16 February 1905 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.12,1

His son William Lee Cree was born in 1906 or 1907 in County Down, Ireland.13

His daughter Helen Abigail Cree was born on 11 December 1908 in Belfast, County Down, Ireland.14,1

On 2 April 1911 Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid were living in 52 Chadolly Street, Victoria, Belfast, County Down, Ireland, along with Robert Hugh Cree, Rifleman Henry Greer Cree, Margaretta Cree, Walter Osborne M Cree and Reuben Norman Frederick Cree. Henry was a bricklayer aged 39 and Hannah Jane was 37. Robert aged 18 was an apprentice plumber; Henry, 16, was a labourer; Margerita (sic) was 12, Walter 10, Reubon 8, Clelland (sic) 6, William 4 and Helen 2. All were members of the Church of Ireland. In their 21 years of marriage Hannah Jane McQuoid had had 12 children of whom 8 were still alive.5

His daughter (female) Cree was born on 18 June 1911 in Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland.15,1

Henry Greer Cleland Cree was a bricklayer in July 1913.16

Children of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid

References

  1. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  2. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  3. [S78] Certificate held or seen, (marriage certificate).
  4. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901.
  5. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911.
  6. [S264] UK Census 1901, He was aged 6 at the 1901 Census.
  7. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes.
  8. [S264] UK Census 1901, She was aged 2 at the 1901 Census.
  9. [S264] UK Census 1901, He was 9 days old at the Census.
  10. [S253] UK Census 1911, He was aged 8 at the 1911 Census.
  11. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, Castlereagh Reg. Dist.
  12. [S253] UK Census 1911, He was 6 at the 1911 Census.
  13. [S253] UK Census 1911, He was 4 at the 1911 Census.
  14. [S253] UK Census 1911, She was 2 at the 1911 Census.
  15. [S323] Trevor Cree, Trevor Cree papers. Hereinafter cited as Trevor Cree papers.
  16. [S78] Certificate held or seen, (marriage of son Robert).
Last edited31 Jan 2020

Hannah Jane McQuoid

Female, CreeID#7415, (between 1867 and 1875 - 23 May 1952)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Hannah Jane McQuoid was born between 1867 and 1875 in Shankill, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland.1,2 She was the daughter of Robert McQuoid and Sarah Sorella Cleland.

On 4 November 1889 Hannah Jane McQuoid was living in 171, Sandy Row, Belfast, Ireland.3

Hannah Jane McQuoid married Henry Greer Cleland Cree, son of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie, on 4 November 1889 in Saint Annes Church of Ireland, Shankill, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland. The ceremony was witnessed by James Cree. Henry gave his age as 22 and his father's name as Hugh Cree but was actually 19. Hannah's age was shown as 21 but she could have been as young as 14! The marriage was by licence. Witnesses to the marriage were James Cree and Ellie J. Cleland.4

Her daughter Henrietta Cree was born on 9 September 1890 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.4

Her daughter Henrietta Cree died on 21 January 1891 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.5

Her son Robert Hugh Cree was born on 5 May 1892 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.6,7,4

Her son Rifleman Henry Greer Cree was born on 17 April 1894 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.8,7,9

Her daughter Ruby Bolton Cree was born on 29 October 1896 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.4

Her daughter Margaretta Cree was born on 11 March 1899 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.10,7,4

Her daughter Ruby Bolton Cree died on 7 March 1900 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.11

Her son Walter Osborne M Cree was born on 22 March 1901 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.12,7,4

On 31 March 1901 Hannah Jane McQuoid and Henry Greer Cleland Cree were living in 16 Holborn Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Robert Hugh Cree, Rifleman Henry Greer Cree, Margaretta Cree and Walter Osborne M Cree. Henry was a bricklayer aged 30 and Hannah was 29. She was shown as born in County Down. Henry and Ellen Butler and their daughter Christina were recorded as visitors.6 Hannah Jane McQuoid was a witness at the marriage of Jessie Fraser MacDonald and William Thomas Cree on 31 March 1902 in Abbey Church of Ireland, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Henry Greer Cleland Cree.4,13

Her son Reuben Norman Frederick Cree was born on 13 February 1903 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.14,15 Hannah Jane McQuoid was a witness at the marriage of Elizabeth Martin and Robert George Cree on 5 May 1903 in Saint Annes Church of Ireland, Shankhill, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland, along with Henry Greer Cleland Cree; Elizabeth Martin was 21 and lived at 26 Sandy Row, Belfast. Robert George Cree was 24 and from 22 Concord Street.4,13

Her son Cleland Cree was born on 16 February 1905 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.16,4

Her son William Lee Cree was born in 1906 or 1907 in County Down, Ireland.17

Her daughter Helen Abigail Cree was born on 11 December 1908 in Belfast, County Down, Ireland.18,4

On 2 April 1911 Hannah Jane McQuoid and Henry Greer Cleland Cree were living in 52 Chadolly Street, Victoria, Belfast, County Down, Ireland, along with Robert Hugh Cree, Rifleman Henry Greer Cree, Margaretta Cree, Walter Osborne M Cree and Reuben Norman Frederick Cree. Henry was a bricklayer aged 39 and Hannah Jane was 37. Robert aged 18 was an apprentice plumber; Henry, 16, was a labourer; Margerita (sic) was 12, Walter 10, Reubon 8, Clelland (sic) 6, William 4 and Helen 2. All were members of the Church of Ireland. In their 21 years of marriage Hannah Jane McQuoid had had 12 children of whom 8 were still alive.7

Her daughter (female) Cree was born on 18 June 1911 in Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland.19,4

Her daughter (female) Cree died on 19 June 1911 in Belfast, County Antrim.4

Rifleman Henry Greer Cree passed through Orléans, France, in September 1914. There he met Madame Villeneue and her family of Loiret. Mme Villeneue, obtaining his name and address, thoughtfully wrote an encouraging letter to his mother, Hannah Jane McQuoid. (A minor puzzle is that she refers to Henry as a Corporal.)20

Her son Rifleman Henry Greer Cree died on 26 October 1914 in the Western Front, France.21

Hannah Jane McQuoid died on 23 May 1952 in Belfast, Ireland.22

Children of Hannah Jane McQuoid and Henry Greer Cleland Cree

References

  1. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, She was 37 at the 1911 Census.
  2. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901, She was 29 at the 1901 Census.
  3. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, (marriage certificate).
  4. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  5. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 0."
  6. [S264] UK Census 1901.
  7. [S253] UK Census 1911.
  8. [S264] UK Census 1901, He was aged 6 at the 1901 Census.
  9. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes.
  10. [S264] UK Census 1901, She was aged 2 at the 1901 Census.
  11. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 3."
  12. [S264] UK Census 1901, He was 9 days old at the Census.
  13. [S78] Certificate held or seen.
  14. [S253] UK Census 1911, He was aged 8 at the 1911 Census.
  15. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, Castlereagh Reg. Dist.
  16. [S253] UK Census 1911, He was 6 at the 1911 Census.
  17. [S253] UK Census 1911, He was 4 at the 1911 Census.
  18. [S253] UK Census 1911, She was 2 at the 1911 Census.
  19. [S323] Trevor Cree, Trevor Cree papers. Hereinafter cited as Trevor Cree papers.
  20. [S433] Letter, from Madame Villeneue, of Loiret, France; http://1914-1918.invisionzone.com/forums/index.php, "Dear Madame.
    We had the pleasure some days ago of making the acquaintance of your son, Mr Harry Cree. He was coming from Rouen, and passing through Orleans, with a number of French and English comrades on his way to Paris. It was on the station platform where he had several hours to wait, that we engaged in our conversation. I, as well as my son, knew some little English, and we were able to act as interpreters between your son and my husband. Mr Harry was very friendly with us, and my husband offered to spend the time with him, which he readily accepted. When he was leaving, we promised to write and give you all the news, which is very good.
    He is very jolly, and pleased to find himself in France, supporting the noble cause of the allied nations, with those who are fighting on our side. He does not doubt of final success. His health is excellent, and he does not seem to feel the fatigues of the war, as his temperament is so bright.
    He is already looking forward to the time when, covered with glory, he will return to his own country, near those who love him.
    It was with merry good humour that he told us the story of the first part of the campaign on the Belgian frontier, where he received his 'baptism of fire.' Also how he escaped the German bullet which was intended for him. He is present engaged in working a machine gun. On leaving us, he gave us great pleasure by accepting some garden fruits, which he seemed to like very much, as well as some roses, which were not too good for him at all.
    Knowing that you will be pleased to hear this good news of your son, be good enough to accept, madame, our most cordial salutations and good wishes."
  21. [S488] Website Commonwealth War Graves Commission (http://www.cwgc.org), http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1559607/CREE,%20HENRY%20GREER, "Rank: Rifleman
    Service No: 10011
    Date of Death: 26/10/1914
    Age: 20; Regiment: Royal Irish Rifles 2nd Bn.; Panel Reference: Panel 42 and 43; Memorial: Le Touret Memorial; Son of Henry and Hannah Jane Cree, of 52, Chadolly St., Belfast."
  22. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 77."
Last edited28 Jan 2020

James Cree

Male, CreeID#7416, (8 August 1872 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
James Cree was born on 8 August 1872 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.1 He was the son of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie.

His daughter Margaret Cree was born c May 1888 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.2 James Cree was a witness at the marriage of Hannah Jane McQuoid and Henry Greer Cleland Cree on 4 November 1889 in Saint Annes Church of Ireland, Shankill, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland; Henry gave his age as 22 and his father's name as Hugh Cree but was actually 19. Hannah's age was shown as 21 but she could have been as young as 14! The marriage was by licence. Witnesses to the marriage were James Cree and Ellie J. Cleland.1

James Cree married Emily Collins on 1 September 1891 in Civil Registrars Office, Newtownards, County Down, Ireland. The ceremony was witnessed by Elizabeth Cree. Bother were of full age and gave their address as West Street, Bangor. James was a bricklayer.1,3

His daughter Susanna Cree was born on 11 September 1892 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.1

His son George Cree was born on 30 May 1898 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.1

On 31 March 1901 James Cree and Emily Collins were living in 17 West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Margaret Cree and George Cree. James was aged 28 and a bricklayer. The family were members of the Church of Ireland. Emily was 30 and shown as James's wife but also as a housekeeper. Maggie was 12 and George was 2.4

On 2 April 1911 James Cree and Emily Collins were living in 29 King Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with George Cree. James was 39 and a bricklayer. Emily was also 39. They were shown as married for 20 years with 3 children, of whom only one was then living.5

Children of James Cree and Emily Collins

References

  1. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  2. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints.
  3. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  4. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901.
  5. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911.
Last edited12 Jan 2020

Susanna Cree

Female, CreeID#7417, (28 May 1876 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Susanna Cree was born on 28 May 1876 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.1,2 She was the daughter of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie.

Susanna Cree married Thomas Dickson, son of Thomas Dickson, on 15 October 1894 in Ballygilbert Presbyterian Church, Bangor, County Down, Ireland. Thomas Dickson was of full age and a lbourer of Conlig, Belfast. Susanna Cree was aged 20 and from Bangor. The witnesses were Maggie Wallace and John Moore.2,3

Her daughter Margaret Dickson was born on 11 January 1901 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.4

Her son William Dickson was born on 10 February 1903 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.5

Her son Hugh Dickson was born on 5 April 1905 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.6

Her son Alexander Dickson was born on 15 July 1907 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.7

Her son Henry Dickson was born on 23 April 1910 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.8

Children of Susanna Cree and Thomas Dickson

References

  1. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints.
  2. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  3. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  4. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 175321.
  5. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 4427585.
  6. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 4745035.
  7. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 620724.
  8. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 455271.
Last edited12 Jan 2020

Hugh Cree

Male, CreeID#7418, (2 September 1878 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Hugh Cree was born on 2 September 1878 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.1,2 He was the son of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie.

On 31 March 1901 Hugh Cree was living in the household of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie in 39 West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Maggie Cree, Elizabeth Cree, William Thomas Cree, Robert George Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree and Henry Cree.

Hugh was a general labourer aged 60. Eliza was 57. Their son Hugh, 24, was a van driver; Lizzie, 28, was a hemstitcher and married; Thomas, 22, was a general labourer; George, 18, was a bricklayer; Alexander, 16, and Maggie, 14, were scholars. All were C of I. Lizzie was shown as married but her husband Hugh McNeil was not present on census night. Henry, aged 14, was her son but not Hugh McNeil's.3,4

Hugh Cree married Mary Ashwood, daughter of James Ashwood, on 30 April 1902 in Abbey Church of Ireland, Bangor, County Down, Ireland. The witnesses were Annie Fowler and William Gibson.2,5

His son Hugh Cree was born on 7 January 1903 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.2

His daughter Agnes Jane Cree was born on 17 February 1905 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.2

Children of Hugh Cree and Mary Ashwood

References

  1. [S323] Trevor Cree, Trevor Cree papers. Hereinafter cited as Trevor Cree papers.
  2. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  3. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901.
  4. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Billy Cree to Trevor Cree, 24 Sep 2017, "The 14 year old Henry Cree in the 1901 census is her son, not Hughs. His full name was Henry Cree McNeill... The other children were
    daughters called Bertha who was staying at a neighbours on the night of
    the census and Elizabeth who was deceased."
  5. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
Last edited13 Jan 2020

William Thomas Cree

Male, CreeID#7419, (8 March 1881 - 14 March 1956)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
William Thomas Cree was born on 8 March 1881 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.1,2,3 He was the son of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie.

On 31 March 1901 William Thomas Cree was living in the household of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie in 39 West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Maggie Cree, Elizabeth Cree, Robert George Cree, Hugh Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree and Henry Cree.

Hugh was a general labourer aged 60. Eliza was 57. Their son Hugh, 24, was a van driver; Lizzie, 28, was a hemstitcher and married; Thomas, 22, was a general labourer; George, 18, was a bricklayer; Alexander, 16, and Maggie, 14, were scholars. All were C of I. Lizzie was shown as married but her husband Hugh McNeil was not present on census night. Henry, aged 14, was her son but not Hugh McNeil's.4,5

On 31 March 1902, William Thomas Cree was also known as Thomas Cree.4

William Thomas Cree married Jessie Fraser MacDonald, daughter of Kenneth MacDonald, on 31 March 1902 in Abbey Church of Ireland, Bangor, County Down, Ireland. The ceremony was witnessed by Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid.3,6

His son Kenneth Hugh Cree was born on 8 September 1902 in Bangor, County Down.7,8

His daughter Susan Cree was born on 11 April 1905 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.9,10,11

His son William Thomas Cree was born on 7 June 1907 in Bangor, County Down.12,13,14

His son Samuel Alexander Cree was born on 18 April 1908 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.15,16,17

His son Henry Talbot Cree was born on 16 February 1911 in Bangor, County Down.18,3

On 2 April 1911 William Thomas Cree and Jessie Fraser MacDonald were living in 4 Castle Square, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Kenneth Hugh Cree, Susan Cree, William Thomas Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree and Henry Talbot Cree. William was a gas stoker.19

His son Charles Cree was born in 1913 or 1914 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.20

His son Charles Cree died on 30 September 1913 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.21

His son George Kitchener Cree was born on 5 April 1915 in Bangor, County Down.22

His daughter Jessie MacDonald Cree was born on 30 May 1922 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.23

William Thomas Cree appears in a photograph of c 1923 along with Jessie Fraser MacDonald, Susan Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree, Henry Talbot Cree, George Kitchener Cree, Jessie MacDonald Cree, Charles Cree, Kenneth Hugh Cree and William Thomas Cree.24
Bangor Crees c 1923


His daughter Jessie MacDonald Cree died on 24 January 1924 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.25

His father Hugh Cree died in 1928 in Bangor, County Down.26

William Thomas Cree died on 14 March 1956 in Bangor, County Down.27 He was buried in Clandeboye Cemetery, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.28

Children of William Thomas Cree and Jessie Fraser MacDonald

References

  1. [S323] Trevor Cree, Trevor Cree papers. Hereinafter cited as Trevor Cree papers.
  2. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, He was 30 at the 1911 Census.
  3. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  4. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901.
  5. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Billy Cree to Trevor Cree, 24 Sep 2017, "The 14 year old Henry Cree in the 1901 census is her son, not Hughs. His full name was Henry Cree McNeill... The other children were
    daughters called Bertha who was staying at a neighbours on the night of
    the census and Elizabeth who was deceased."
  6. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  7. [S253] UK Census 1911, He was 8 at the 1911 Census.
  8. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, (His death record shows a birth date of 1 January 1901. THis was probably a guess because the informant did not know his age or birthday.).
  9. [S253] UK Census 1911, She was 6 at the 1911 Census.
  10. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, 11 Apr 1909 but this must be an error.
  11. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 411055.
  12. [S253] UK Census 1911, He was 4 at the 1911 Census.
  13. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Film no. 101071.
  14. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, (His death record shows his birth date as 1 June 1907).
  15. [S253] UK Census 1911, He was 2 at the 1911 Census.
  16. [S85] IGI.
  17. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, His death certificate gives his date of birth as 18 Apr 1908. The Births Index must be in error as it is too close to Susan's birth.
  18. [S253] UK Census 1911, See the facsimile of the Household Return. The transcription omits his age and spells his middle name incorrectly.
  19. [S253] UK Census 1911.
  20. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, Deaths index, "died 1913... age 0."
  21. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 0."
  22. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes.
  23. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, NI Births.
  24. [S16] Personal communication, Thanks to Adam Cree of Bangor for supplying the photograph.
  25. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, NI Deaths, "age 1."
  26. [S454] Ancestry.co.uk (www.ancestry.co.uk), Cree Family tree by bigtrev19 at http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/tree/20981536/person/1009988471
  27. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 75."
  28. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Trevor Cree, 31 May 2013 with photograph of the gravestone.
Last edited13 Jan 2020

Robert George Cree

Male, CreeID#7420, (13 February 1883 - 1 February 1933)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Robert George Cree was born on 13 February 1883 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland. Dorothy A Ludaescher has the date as 13 April 1883 but the GRONI Indexes have 21 April 1882.1,2 He was the son of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie. Robert George Cree was baptised on 8 July 1883 in St. Comgalls Church of Ireland, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.3

On 31 March 1901 Robert George Cree was living in the household of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie in 39 West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Maggie Cree, Elizabeth Cree, William Thomas Cree, Hugh Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree and Henry Cree.

Hugh was a general labourer aged 60. Eliza was 57. Their son Hugh, 24, was a van driver; Lizzie, 28, was a hemstitcher and married; Thomas, 22, was a general labourer; George, 18, was a bricklayer; Alexander, 16, and Maggie, 14, were scholars. All were C of I. Lizzie was shown as married but her husband Hugh McNeil was not present on census night. Henry, aged 14, was her son but not Hugh McNeil's.4,5

On 5 May 1903, Robert George Cree was also known as George Cree.

Robert George Cree married Elizabeth Martin, daughter of Wallter Martin and Hannah McCoid, on 5 May 1903 in Saint Annes Church of Ireland, Shankhill, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland. The ceremony was witnessed by Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid. Elizabeth Martin was 21 and lived at 26 Sandy Row, Belfast. Robert George Cree was 24 and from 22 Concord Street.1,6

His son Walter Martin Cree was born on 10 July 1903 in Castle Square, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.7,8

His daughter Elizabeth Cree was born on 12 December 1904 in Bangor, County Down.1

His daughter Hannah Cree was born on 5 November 1906 in Central Avenue, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.9,1

His daughter Hannah Cree died on 1 December 1907 in Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland.10,11

His daughter Mary Cree was born on 14 September 1908 in King Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.9,1

His daughter Mary Cree died in 1909.10,9

His daughter Jane Cree was born on 16 September 1910 in Bangor, County Down.9,1

On 2 April 1911 Robert George Cree and Elizabeth Martin were living in 7 The Vennel, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Walter Martin Cree, Elizabeth Cree and Jane Cree. George was 28 and a bricklayer. Elizabeth was 29 and had had five children by 1911 of whom only three were then living. Walter was 8 years old, Lizzie 6 and Jane 7 months.12

His daughter Kathleen May Cree was born on 15 May 1915 or 17 January 1915 in Bangor, County Down.13,14

His daughter Margaret Dorothy Cree was born on 10 July 1917 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.1

His son Robert George Cree was born on 24 April 1919 in Bangor, County Down.15,1

His son Alan Osborne Cree was born on 16 June 1921 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.1

His daughter Alexandra Ruth Cree was born on 30 December 1923 in The Vennel, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.16,1

His father Hugh Cree died in 1928 in Bangor, County Down.17

His daughter Alexandra Ruth Cree died on 5 December 1928.9

Robert George Cree died on 1 February 1933 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Dublin, Ireland.18

Children of Robert George Cree and Elizabeth Martin

References

  1. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  2. [S447] Posting on message board, by Dorothy A Ludaescher on Cree FH Network, 23 April 2015.
  3. [S447] Posting on message board, by Dorothy A Ludaescher on Cree FH Network, 23 April 2015, "I have in my possession his baptism Certificate from St. Comgalls Church of Ireland showing his baptism date as 8th July 1883 and his name is Robert George on the certificate."
  4. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901.
  5. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Billy Cree to Trevor Cree, 24 Sep 2017, "The 14 year old Henry Cree in the 1901 census is her son, not Hughs. His full name was Henry Cree McNeill... The other children were
    daughters called Bertha who was staying at a neighbours on the night of
    the census and Elizabeth who was deceased."
  6. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  7. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, GRONI index has no mother's maiden name.
  8. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 4443783.
  9. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church.
  10. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, Elizabeth had had five children by 1911 of whom only three were then living.
  11. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 1."
  12. [S253] UK Census 1911.
  13. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 1316720, "17 Jan 1915."
  14. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "15 May 1915."
  15. [S85] IGI.
  16. [S85] IGI, Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church. This ref has the birth date as 13 Dec 1923.
  17. [S454] Ancestry.co.uk (www.ancestry.co.uk), Cree Family tree by bigtrev19 at http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/tree/20981536/person/1009988471
  18. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, listed as CREA, George.
Last edited13 Jan 2020

Mary Ashwood

Female, CreeID#7421, (1877 or 1878 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Mary Ashwood was born in 1877 or 1878 in Scotland.1 She was the daughter of James Ashwood.

On 31 March 1901 Mary Ashwood was living in 110 Princetown Road, Bangor, County Down, Ireland. She was a general domestic servant in the household of William Caughey.1

Mary Ashwood married Hugh Cree, son of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie, on 30 April 1902 in Abbey Church of Ireland, Bangor, County Down, Ireland. The witnesses were Annie Fowler and William Gibson.2,3

Her son Hugh Cree was born on 7 January 1903 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.2

Her daughter Agnes Jane Cree was born on 17 February 1905 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.2

Children of Mary Ashwood and Hugh Cree

References

  1. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901.
  2. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  3. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
Last edited13 Jan 2020

Jessie Fraser MacDonald

Female, CreeID#7422, (1880 or 1881 - 18 July 1961)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Jessie Fraser MacDonald was also known as Jessie F McDonald. She was born in 1880 or 1881 in Scotland. She was aged 30 at the 1911 Census, which also gave her place of birth.1 She was the daughter of Kenneth MacDonald.

Jessie Fraser MacDonald married William Thomas Cree, son of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie, on 31 March 1902 in Abbey Church of Ireland, Bangor, County Down, Ireland. The ceremony was witnessed by Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid.2,3

Her son Kenneth Hugh Cree was born on 8 September 1902 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.4,5

Her daughter Susan Cree was born on 11 April 1905 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.6,7,8

Her son William Thomas Cree was born on 7 June 1907 in Bangor, County Down.9,10,11

Her son Samuel Alexander Cree was born on 18 April 1908 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.12,13,14

Her son Henry Talbot Cree was born on 16 February 1911 in Bangor, County Down.15,2

On 2 April 1911 Jessie Fraser MacDonald and William Thomas Cree were living in 4 Castle Square, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Kenneth Hugh Cree, Susan Cree, William Thomas Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree and Henry Talbot Cree. William was a gas stoker.1

Her son Charles Cree was born in 1913 or 1914 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.16

Her son Charles Cree died on 30 September 1913 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.17

Her son George Kitchener Cree was born on 5 April 1915 in Bangor, County Down.18

Her daughter Jessie MacDonald Cree was born on 30 May 1922 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.19

William Thomas Cree appears in a photograph of c 1923 along with Susan Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree, Henry Talbot Cree, George Kitchener Cree, Jessie MacDonald Cree, Charles Cree, Kenneth Hugh Cree and William Thomas Cree.20


Her daughter Jessie MacDonald Cree died on 24 January 1924 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.21

Her husband William Thomas Cree died on 14 March 1956 in Bangor, County Down.22

Jessie Fraser MacDonald died on 18 July 1961.23,24 She was buried in Clandeboye Cemetery, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.24

Children of Jessie Fraser MacDonald and William Thomas Cree

References

  1. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911.
  2. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  3. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  4. [S253] UK Census 1911, He was 8 at the 1911 Census.
  5. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, (His death record shows a birth date of 1 January 1901. THis was probably a guess because the informant did not know his age or birthday.).
  6. [S253] UK Census 1911, She was 6 at the 1911 Census.
  7. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, 11 Apr 1909 but this must be an error.
  8. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 411055.
  9. [S253] UK Census 1911, He was 4 at the 1911 Census.
  10. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Film no. 101071.
  11. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, (His death record shows his birth date as 1 June 1907).
  12. [S253] UK Census 1911, He was 2 at the 1911 Census.
  13. [S85] IGI.
  14. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, His death certificate gives his date of birth as 18 Apr 1908. The Births Index must be in error as it is too close to Susan's birth.
  15. [S253] UK Census 1911, See the facsimile of the Household Return. The transcription omits his age and spells his middle name incorrectly.
  16. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, Deaths index, "died 1913... age 0."
  17. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 0."
  18. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes.
  19. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, NI Births.
  20. [S16] Personal communication, Thanks to Adam Cree of Bangor for supplying the photograph.
  21. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, NI Deaths, "age 1."
  22. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 75."
  23. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 80."
  24. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Trevor Cree, 31 May 2013 with photograph of the gravestone.
Last edited13 Jan 2020

Emily Collins

Female, CreeID#7423, (1871 or 1872 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Emily Collins was born in 1871 or 1872 in Holywood, County Down, Ireland.1

Her daughter Margaret Cree was born c May 1888 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.2

Emily Collins married James Cree, son of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie, on 1 September 1891 in Civil Registrars Office, Newtownards, County Down, Ireland. The ceremony was witnessed by Elizabeth Cree. Bother were of full age and gave their address as West Street, Bangor. James was a bricklayer.3,4

Her daughter Susanna Cree was born on 11 September 1892 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.3

Her son George Cree was born on 30 May 1898 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.3

On 31 March 1901 Emily Collins and James Cree were living in 17 West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Margaret Cree and George Cree. James was aged 28 and a bricklayer. The family were members of the Church of Ireland. Emily was 30 and shown as James's wife but also as a housekeeper. Maggie was 12 and George was 2.5

On 2 April 1911 Emily Collins and James Cree were living in 29 King Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with George Cree. James was 39 and a bricklayer. Emily was also 39. They were shown as married for 20 years with 3 children, of whom only one was then living.1

Children of Emily Collins and James Cree

References

  1. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911.
  2. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints.
  3. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  4. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  5. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901.
Last edited12 Jan 2020

Thomas Dickson

Male, CreeID#7424
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Thomas Dickson was the son of Thomas Dickson.

Thomas Dickson married Susanna Cree, daughter of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie, on 15 October 1894 in Ballygilbert Presbyterian Church, Bangor, County Down, Ireland. Thomas Dickson was of full age and a lbourer of Conlig, Belfast. Susanna Cree was aged 20 and from Bangor. The witnesses were Maggie Wallace and John Moore.1,2

His daughter Margaret Dickson was born on 11 January 1901 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.3

His son William Dickson was born on 10 February 1903 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.4

His son Hugh Dickson was born on 5 April 1905 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.5

His son Alexander Dickson was born on 15 July 1907 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.6

His son Henry Dickson was born on 23 April 1910 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.7

Children of Thomas Dickson and Susanna Cree

References

  1. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  2. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  3. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 175321.
  4. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 4427585.
  5. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 4745035.
  6. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 620724.
  7. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 455271.
Last edited12 Jan 2020

Elizabeth Martin

Female, CreeID#7425, (19 February 1883 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Elizabeth Martin was born on 19 February 1883 in Christian St, Harrington, Cumberland, England.1 She was the daughter of Wallter Martin and Hannah McCoid.

Elizabeth Martin married Robert George Cree, son of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie, on 5 May 1903 in Saint Annes Church of Ireland, Shankhill, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland. The ceremony was witnessed by Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid. Elizabeth Martin was 21 and lived at 26 Sandy Row, Belfast. Robert George Cree was 24 and from 22 Concord Street.2,3

Her son Walter Martin Cree was born on 10 July 1903 in Castle Square, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.4,5

Her daughter Elizabeth Cree was born on 12 December 1904 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.2

Her daughter Hannah Cree was born on 5 November 1906 in Central Avenue, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.6,2

Her daughter Mary Cree was born on 14 September 1908 in King Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.6,2

Her daughter Jane Cree was born on 16 September 1910 in Bangor, County Down.6,2

On 2 April 1911 Elizabeth Martin and Robert George Cree were living in 7 The Vennel, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Walter Martin Cree, Elizabeth Cree and Jane Cree. George was 28 and a bricklayer. Elizabeth was 29 and had had five children by 1911 of whom only three were then living. Walter was 8 years old, Lizzie 6 and Jane 7 months.7

Her daughter Kathleen May Cree was born on 15 May 1915 or 17 January 1915 in Bangor, County Down.8,9

Her daughter Margaret Dorothy Cree was born on 10 July 1917 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.2

Her son Robert George Cree was born on 24 April 1919 in Bangor, County Down.10,2

Her son Alan Osborne Cree was born on 16 June 1921 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.2

Her daughter Alexandra Ruth Cree was born on 30 December 1923 in The Vennel, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.11,2

Children of Elizabeth Martin and Robert George Cree

References

  1. [S447] Posting on message board, by Dorothy A Ludaescher on Cree FH Network, 23 April 2015, "... my Grandmother was born 19 February and my mother would say they were both born the same month and year."
  2. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  3. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  4. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, GRONI index has no mother's maiden name.
  5. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 4443783.
  6. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church.
  7. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911.
  8. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 1316720, "17 Jan 1915."
  9. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "15 May 1915."
  10. [S85] IGI.
  11. [S85] IGI, Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church. This ref has the birth date as 13 Dec 1923.
Last edited13 Jan 2020

Samuel Alexander Cree

Male, CreeID#7426, (8 November 1885 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Samuel Alexander Cree was born on 8 November 1885 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.1 He was the son of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie.

On 31 March 1901 Samuel Alexander Cree was living in the household of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie in 39 West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Maggie Cree, Elizabeth Cree, William Thomas Cree, Robert George Cree, Hugh Cree and Henry Cree.

Hugh was a general labourer aged 60. Eliza was 57. Their son Hugh, 24, was a van driver; Lizzie, 28, was a hemstitcher and married; Thomas, 22, was a general labourer; George, 18, was a bricklayer; Alexander, 16, and Maggie, 14, were scholars. All were C of I. Lizzie was shown as married but her husband Hugh McNeil was not present on census night. Henry, aged 14, was her son but not Hugh McNeil's.2,3

Samuel Alexander Cree married Annie Matchett, daughter of George Matchett, on 1 November 1905 in Abbey Church of Ireland, Bangor, County Down, Ireland. Samuel Alexander Cree was a shop assitant aged 20. Annie Matchett was aged 18 and was from Ballymagee Street, Bangor. THe witnesses were Jennie McClure and John Morrison.1,4

His son John Cree was born on 18 March 1906 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.1

Child of Samuel Alexander Cree and Annie Matchett

References

  1. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  2. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901.
  3. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Billy Cree to Trevor Cree, 24 Sep 2017, "The 14 year old Henry Cree in the 1901 census is her son, not Hughs. His full name was Henry Cree McNeill... The other children were
    daughters called Bertha who was staying at a neighbours on the night of
    the census and Elizabeth who was deceased."
  4. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
Last edited13 Jan 2020

Maggie Cree

Female, CreeID#7427, (4 May 1888 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Maggie Cree was born on 4 May 1888 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.1,2 She was the daughter of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie.

On 31 March 1901 Maggie Cree was living in the household of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie in 39 West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Elizabeth Cree, William Thomas Cree, Robert George Cree, Hugh Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree and Henry Cree.

Hugh was a general labourer aged 60. Eliza was 57. Their son Hugh, 24, was a van driver; Lizzie, 28, was a hemstitcher and married; Thomas, 22, was a general labourer; George, 18, was a bricklayer; Alexander, 16, and Maggie, 14, were scholars. All were C of I. Lizzie was shown as married but her husband Hugh McNeil was not present on census night. Henry, aged 14, was her son but not Hugh McNeil's.1,3

Her son Andrew Cree McCracken was born on 28 March 1905 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.4

Maggie Cree was a domestic servant on 5 July 1907 in 48C Hutchison Street, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland.5

Maggie Cree married John McCracken, son of John McCracken and Emma Murdoch, on 5 July 1907 in 72 Dunbeth Road, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland. The ceremony was witnessed by Henry Cree and Caroline Morgan. The marriage was performed "After publication according to the forms of the Free Church." (Minors could marry in Scotland without parental consent.)6

Her son John McCracken was born in 1908 or 1909 in County Down, Ireland.7

Her daughter Annie Reid McCracken was born in August 1910 in County Down.8

On 2 April 1911 Maggie Cree and John McCracken were living in 27/3 King Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Andrew Cree McCracken, John McCracken and Annie Reid McCracken. John was aged 25 and a farm labourer. Maggie was aged 23 and a charwoman. They had been married for four years.9

Children of Maggie Cree and John McCracken

References

  1. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901.
  2. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, Registered as Margaret.
  3. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Billy Cree to Trevor Cree, 24 Sep 2017, "The 14 year old Henry Cree in the 1901 census is her son, not Hughs. His full name was Henry Cree McNeill... The other children were
    daughters called Bertha who was staying at a neighbours on the night of
    the census and Elizabeth who was deceased."
  4. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, Registered as Andrew Cree.
  5. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, Statutory marriages 652/02 0167.
  6. [S18] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (1612-1990) (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1992), Volume 2 Scotland, "Coatbridge p 167."
  7. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Down/…, "age 2."
  8. [S253] UK Census 1911, http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Down/…, "age 8 months."
  9. [S253] UK Census 1911, http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Down/…
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Annie Matchett

Female, CreeID#7428
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Annie Matchett was the daughter of George Matchett.

Annie Matchett married Samuel Alexander Cree, son of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie, on 1 November 1905 in Abbey Church of Ireland, Bangor, County Down, Ireland. Samuel Alexander Cree was a shop assitant aged 20. Annie Matchett was aged 18 and was from Ballymagee Street, Bangor. THe witnesses were Jennie McClure and John Morrison.1,2

Her son John Cree was born on 18 March 1906 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.1

Child of Annie Matchett and Samuel Alexander Cree

References

  1. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  2. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
Last edited13 Jan 2020

Kenneth Hugh Cree

Male, CreeID#7429, (8 September 1902 - 25 October 1979)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Kenneth Hugh Cree was born on 8 September 1902 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.1,2 He was the son of William Thomas Cree and Jessie Fraser MacDonald. Kenneth Hugh Cree was baptised in St Comgall's church, Bangor, County Down, Ireland. St Comgall's must here refer to the Abbey Church of Ireland, Bangor which is dedicated to St Comgall, not St Comgall's Roman Catholic Church, Bangor. Kenneth's parents were married in the Abbey Church and all members of the family are recorded as being of the Church of Ireland in the 1911 Census.3

On 2 April 1911 Kenneth Hugh Cree was living in the household of William Thomas Cree and Jessie Fraser MacDonald in 4 Castle Square, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Susan Cree, William Thomas Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree and Henry Talbot Cree. William was a gas stoker.4

William Thomas Cree appears in a photograph of c 1923 along with Jessie Fraser MacDonald, Susan Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree, Henry Talbot Cree, George Kitchener Cree, Jessie MacDonald Cree, Charles Cree and William Thomas Cree.5


Kenneth Hugh Cree married Elizabeth Cree (married name).

His father William Thomas Cree died on 14 March 1956 in Bangor, County Down.6

His mother Jessie Fraser MacDonald died on 18 July 1961.7,8

Kenneth Hugh Cree died on 25 October 1979 in N Down Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.9,8 He was buried in Clandeboye Cemetery, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.8

Family: Kenneth Hugh Cree and Elizabeth Cree (married name)

References

  1. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, He was 8 at the 1911 Census.
  2. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, (His death record shows a birth date of 1 January 1901. THis was probably a guess because the informant did not know his age or birthday.).
  3. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church.
  4. [S253] UK Census 1911.
  5. [S16] Personal communication, Thanks to Adam Cree of Bangor for supplying the photograph.
  6. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 75."
  7. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 80."
  8. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Trevor Cree, 31 May 2013 with photograph of the gravestone.
  9. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Susan Cree

Female, CreeID#7430, (11 April 1905 - 1 March 1994)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Susan Cree was born on 11 April 1905 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.1,2,3 She was the daughter of William Thomas Cree and Jessie Fraser MacDonald.

On 2 April 1911 Susan Cree was living in the household of William Thomas Cree and Jessie Fraser MacDonald in 4 Castle Square, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Kenneth Hugh Cree, William Thomas Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree and Henry Talbot Cree. William was a gas stoker.4

William Thomas Cree appears in a photograph of c 1923 along with Jessie Fraser MacDonald, Samuel Alexander Cree, Henry Talbot Cree, George Kitchener Cree, Jessie MacDonald Cree, Charles Cree, Kenneth Hugh Cree and William Thomas Cree.5


Susan Cree married Hugh Ewin McChesney on 29 September 1925 in Hamilton Road Presbyterian Church, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.6

Her father William Thomas Cree died on 14 March 1956 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.7

Her husband Hugh Ewin McChesney died on 30 April 1957.8

Her mother Jessie Fraser MacDonald died on 18 July 1961.9,8

Susan Cree died on 1 March 1994.8 She was buried in Clandeboye Cemetery, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.10

Family: Susan Cree and Hugh Ewin McChesney

References

  1. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, She was 6 at the 1911 Census.
  2. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, 11 Apr 1909 but this must be an error.
  3. [S288] Website Irish Genealogy (http://www.irishgenealogy.ie), Birth results for Cree from 1845 to 2013, Group Registration ID 411055.
  4. [S253] UK Census 1911.
  5. [S16] Personal communication, Thanks to Adam Cree of Bangor for supplying the photograph.
  6. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  7. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 75."
  8. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Trevor Cree, 31 May 2013 with photograph of the gravestone.
  9. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 80."
  10. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Trevor Cree, 31 May 2013 with photograph of the gravestone, "A devoted wife, mother and grandmother."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

William Thomas Cree

Male, CreeID#7431, (7 June 1907 - 5 May 1990)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
He is the grandfather of Adam Trevor Cree.1 William Thomas Cree was born on 7 June 1907 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.2,3,4 He was the son of William Thomas Cree and Jessie Fraser MacDonald.

On 2 April 1911 William Thomas Cree was living in the household of William Thomas Cree and Jessie Fraser MacDonald in 4 Castle Square, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Kenneth Hugh Cree, Susan Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree and Henry Talbot Cree. William was a gas stoker.5

William Thomas Cree appears in a photograph of c 1923 along with Jessie Fraser MacDonald, Susan Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree, Henry Talbot Cree, George Kitchener Cree, Jessie MacDonald Cree, Charles Cree and Kenneth Hugh Cree.6


William Thomas Cree married Jean Garrett, daughter of John Johnson Garrett and Mary Eliza Garrett (married name), on 7 August 1933 in the Register Office, Ards, County Down, Ireland.7,8

His son Thomas Cree was born on 12 October 1936 in Newtownards Reg. Dist, County Down, Ireland.9

His son Thomas Cree died on 12 October 1936 in Newtownards Reg. Dist, County Down.10

His son Denis Cree was born on 9 August 1938.11

William Thomas Cree arrived in New York, USA, on 4 September 1941. He sailed from Suez, Egypt, on 28 June 1941 on board the Empress of Asia.12

His wife Jean Garrett died on 14 October 1941 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.13

William Thomas Cree married Minnie Brady, daughter of David Brady and Jane Brady (married name), on 21 August 1944 in Hamilton Road Presbyterian Church, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.7,14

His father William Thomas Cree died on 14 March 1956 in Bangor, County Down.15

His wife Minnie Brady died on 17 November 1957 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.16

William Thomas Cree married Anna Isabel Brady on 26 February 1958 in the Registrar's Office, Belfast, Ireland.7,8

His mother Jessie Fraser MacDonald died on 18 July 1961.17,18

His wife Anna Isabel Brady died on 28 December 1984 in N Down Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.19

William Thomas Cree died on 5 May 1990 in Bangor, County Down.7 He was buried on 10 May 1990 in Cemetery Plot# 4u-32, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.20

Children of William Thomas Cree and Jean Garrett

Family: William Thomas Cree and Minnie Brady

Family: William Thomas Cree and Anna Isabel Brady

References

  1. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Cree, 10 Oct 2012.
  2. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, He was 4 at the 1911 Census.
  3. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Film no. 101071.
  4. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, (His death record shows his birth date as 1 June 1907).
  5. [S253] UK Census 1911.
  6. [S16] Personal communication, Thanks to Adam Cree of Bangor for supplying the photograph.
  7. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Cree, 11 Oct 2012.
  8. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, NI Marriages.
  9. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  10. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 0."
  11. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, NI Deaths, 2008.
  12. [S454] Ancestry.co.uk (www.ancestry.co.uk), New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957, "born, Co.Down, Ireland... Age: 34 Years 2 Months... Occupation: Army... 5 ft 1 in. Complexion: dark; Hair: brn. Eyes: blue. Tattoo on right forearm."
  13. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, NI Deaths, "age 30."
  14. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, NI Marriages, N Down Reg Dist.
  15. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 75."
  16. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, NI Deaths, 1957, "age 50."
  17. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 80."
  18. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Trevor Cree, 31 May 2013 with photograph of the gravestone.
  19. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, NI Deaths.
  20. [S85] IGI, Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church. This source gives William's name as William Lee Cree so there is some confusion here.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Samuel Alexander Cree

Male, CreeID#7432, (18 April 1908 - 11 February 1995)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Samuel Alexander Cree was also known as Alec Cree. He was born on 18 April 1908 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.1,2,3 He was the son of William Thomas Cree and Jessie Fraser MacDonald.

On 2 April 1911 Samuel Alexander Cree was living in the household of William Thomas Cree and Jessie Fraser MacDonald in 4 Castle Square, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Kenneth Hugh Cree, Susan Cree, William Thomas Cree and Henry Talbot Cree. William was a gas stoker.4

William Thomas Cree appears in a photograph of c 1923 along with Jessie Fraser MacDonald, Susan Cree, Henry Talbot Cree, George Kitchener Cree, Jessie MacDonald Cree, Charles Cree, Kenneth Hugh Cree and William Thomas Cree.5


Samuel Alexander Cree married Jeanie Montgomery on 17 April 1933 in Ballygilbert Presbyterian Church, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.6

His father William Thomas Cree died on 14 March 1956 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.7

His mother Jessie Fraser MacDonald died on 18 July 1961.8,9

His wife Jeanie Montgomery died on 21 May 1964 in Belfast Reg Dist, County Antrim, Ireland.10,9

Samuel Alexander Cree died on 11 February 1995 in Bangor, County Down.11 He was buried in Clandeboye Cemetery, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.9

Family: Samuel Alexander Cree and Jeanie Montgomery

References

  1. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, He was 2 at the 1911 Census.
  2. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints.
  3. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, His death certificate gives his date of birth as 18 Apr 1908. The Births Index must be in error as it is too close to Susan's birth.
  4. [S253] UK Census 1911.
  5. [S16] Personal communication, Thanks to Adam Cree of Bangor for supplying the photograph.
  6. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  7. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 75."
  8. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 80."
  9. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Trevor Cree, 31 May 2013 with photograph of the gravestone.
  10. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "Jane Cree... age 49."
  11. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Henry Talbot Cree

Male, CreeID#7433, (16 February 1911 - 10 February 1987)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Henry Talbot Cree was also known as Henry Talbert Cree.1 He was born on 16 February 1911 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland. He was one month old on Census night, 2 April 1911.2,3 He was the son of William Thomas Cree and Jessie Fraser MacDonald.

On 2 April 1911 Henry Talbot Cree was living in the household of William Thomas Cree and Jessie Fraser MacDonald in 4 Castle Square, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Kenneth Hugh Cree, Susan Cree, William Thomas Cree and Samuel Alexander Cree. William was a gas stoker.1

William Thomas Cree appears in a photograph of c 1923 along with Jessie Fraser MacDonald, Susan Cree, Samuel Alexander Cree, George Kitchener Cree, Jessie MacDonald Cree, Charles Cree, Kenneth Hugh Cree and William Thomas Cree.4


Henry Talbot Cree married Theresa Patterson.

His daughter Jessie Cree was born on 14 February 1934 in Bangor, County Down.5

His son Henry Talbot Cree was born on 10 February 1938 in Bangor, County Down.6,7

His father William Thomas Cree died on 14 March 1956 in Bangor, County Down.8

His mother Jessie Fraser MacDonald died on 18 July 1961.9,10

His wife Theresa Patterson died on 31 March 1981.11

Henry Talbot Cree died on 10 February 1987 in N Down Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.12,3 He was buried in Clandeboye Cemetery, Bangor, County Down, Ireland.13

Children of Henry Talbot Cree and Theresa Patterson

References

  1. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911.
  2. [S253] UK Census 1911, See the facsimile of the Household Return. The transcription omits his age and spells his middle name incorrectly.
  3. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  4. [S16] Personal communication, Thanks to Adam Cree of Bangor for supplying the photograph.
  5. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, NI births.
  6. [S489] Title, Edmonton Journal, http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/edmontonjournal/…
  7. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, We have not located Henry's birth at GRONI.
  8. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 75."
  9. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 80."
  10. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Trevor Cree, 31 May 2013 with photograph of the gravestone.
  11. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Trevor Cree, 31 May 2013 with photograph of the gravestone, "A devoted wife mother and grandmother."
  12. [S6] Monumental inscription, Clandeboye graveyard.
  13. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Adam Trevor Cree, 31 May 2013 with photograph of the gravestone, "A devoted husband father and grandfather."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Henry Cree

Male, CreeID#7434, (25 May 1888 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Henry Cree was also known as Henry Cree McNeill. This was his registered birth name but he always used the surname Cree. He was born on 25 May 1888 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland. His birth was registered with the name Hugh Cree McNeil. The informant was his great-grandmother Catherine Cree (married name) who signed with her mark.1,2,3 Henry Cree was the son of Elizabeth Cree.

On 31 March 1901 Henry Cree was living in the household of Hugh Cree and Eliza Majorie in 39 West Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Maggie Cree, Elizabeth Cree, William Thomas Cree, Robert George Cree, Hugh Cree and Samuel Alexander Cree.

Hugh was a general labourer aged 60. Eliza was 57. Their son Hugh, 24, was a van driver; Lizzie, 28, was a hemstitcher and married; Thomas, 22, was a general labourer; George, 18, was a bricklayer; Alexander, 16, and Maggie, 14, were scholars. All were C of I. Lizzie was shown as married but her husband Hugh McNeil was not present on census night. Henry, aged 14, was her son but not Hugh McNeil's.4,5

Henry Cree was a tube work labourer in April 1907 in 101 Buchanan Street, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland.6

On 12 April 1907 Henry Cree and Caroline Morgan were living in 101 Buchanan Street, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.6

Henry Cree married Caroline Morgan, daughter of James Morgan and Isabella Graney, on 12 April 1907 in St Augustine's, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Caroline was married as "Carrie." The marriage was held "after banns according to the forms of the Roman Catholic Church." The witnesses were John O'Brien and Maggie Woods.6 Henry Cree was a witness at the marriage of John McCracken and Maggie Cree on 5 July 1907 in 72 Dunbeth Road, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland, along with Caroline Morgan; The marriage was performed "After publication according to the forms of the Free Church." (Minors could marry in Scotland without parental consent.)7

His daughter Mary Josephine Cree was born on 5 April 1909 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.8

On 2 April 1911 Henry Cree and Caroline Morgan were living in 27 Rainey Street, Windsor Ward, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland. Henry (shown as Henry Cree) was a goods packer aged 23. He and Caroline had been married 4 years and had had one child who had died. Henry's religion was shown as Church of Ireland and Caroline's as Roman Catholic. There were two boarders in the house.9

His daughter Caroline Cree was born on 3 January 1912 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.8 Henry Cree was a witness at the marriage of William Hanna and Bertha Cree on 9 July 1912 in Saint Annes Church of Ireland, Shankill, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland, along with Elizabeth Cree; Elizabeth was named as Lizzie Cree. Bettha married as Bertha Cree.8

His son Henry Cree was born on 28 June 1915 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.10

His son Edward Cree was born on 12 November 1918 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.10

Henry Cree married Sarah Campbell, daughter of Robert Campbell, on 7 April 1920 in Fortwilliam Park Presbyterian Church, Shankill, County Antrim, Ireland. The witnesses were William Campbell and Annie Matthew. Henry Cree was a joiner's helper of Bangor. He gave his father's name as "Hugh Cree (deceased)". Sarah Campbell was of Belfast and was married in her previous married name of Sarah Bell. Both were widowed.11

Children of Henry Cree and Caroline Morgan

Family: Henry Cree and Sarah Campbell

References

  1. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, He was 14 at the 1911 Census.
  2. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Record submitted after 1991 by a member of the LDS Church.
  3. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, U/1888/196/1024/10/268 Bangor sub-district.
  4. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901.
  5. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Billy Cree to Trevor Cree, 24 Sep 2017, "The 14 year old Henry Cree in the 1901 census is her son, not Hughs. His full name was Henry Cree McNeill... The other children were
    daughters called Bertha who was staying at a neighbours on the night of
    the census and Elizabeth who was deceased."
  6. [S78] Certificate held or seen, Statutory marriages 652/02 0089.
  7. [S18] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (1612-1990) (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1992), Volume 2 Scotland, "Coatbridge p 167."
  8. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  9. [S253] UK Census 1911.
  10. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes.
  11. [S78] Certificate held or seen.
Last edited28 Jan 2020

Caroline Morgan

Female, CreeID#7435, (1888 or 1889 - 21 November 1918)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Caroline Morgan was born in 1888 or 1889 in County Down, Ireland.1 She was the daughter of James Morgan and Isabella Graney.

In 1907, Caroline Morgan was also known as Carrie.

On 12 April 1907 Caroline Morgan and Henry Cree were living in 101 Buchanan Street, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland.2

Caroline Morgan married Henry Cree, son of Elizabeth Cree, on 12 April 1907 in St Augustine's, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Caroline was married as "Carrie." The marriage was held "after banns according to the forms of the Roman Catholic Church." The witnesses were John O'Brien and Maggie Woods.2 Caroline Morgan was a witness at the marriage of John McCracken and Maggie Cree on 5 July 1907 in 72 Dunbeth Road, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland, along with Henry Cree; The marriage was performed "After publication according to the forms of the Free Church." (Minors could marry in Scotland without parental consent.)3

Her daughter Mary Josephine Cree was born on 5 April 1909 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.4

Her daughter Mary Josephine Cree died on 5 February 1910 in Belfast, Ireland.5,6

On 2 April 1911 Caroline Morgan and Henry Cree were living in 27 Rainey Street, Windsor Ward, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland. Henry (shown as Henry Cree) was a goods packer aged 23. He and Caroline had been married 4 years and had had one child who had died. Henry's religion was shown as Church of Ireland and Caroline's as Roman Catholic. There were two boarders in the house.5

Her daughter Caroline Cree was born on 3 January 1912 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.4

Her son Henry Cree was born on 28 June 1915 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.7

Her son Edward Cree died on 26 October 1918 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.4

Her son Edward Cree was born on 12 November 1918 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.7

Caroline Morgan died on 21 November 1918 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.4,8

Children of Caroline Morgan and Henry Cree

References

  1. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, She was 22 at the 1911 Census.
  2. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, Statutory marriages 652/02 0089.
  3. [S18] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (1612-1990) (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1992), Volume 2 Scotland, "Coatbridge p 167."
  4. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  5. [S253] UK Census 1911.
  6. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 0."
  7. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes.
  8. [S537] Belfast Telegraph, 10 December 1918, "Thanks
    Mr. HENRY CREE and Mr. and Mrs. JAMES MORGAN and Family desire to return their sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially those who sent floral tributes, and committee and members of Bangor Football Club. Hoping this will be accepted by all. -- 11 King Street, Bangor."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Hugh Cree

Male, CreeID#7436, (12 January 1869 - 24 March 1931)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Hugh Cree was born on 12 January 1869 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.1 He was the son of Thomas Cree and Eliza Campbell. Hugh Cree was a witness at the marriage of Lewis Houston and Sarah Cree on 4 October 1891 in St Annes Chucrh of Ireland, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland; Lewis was 23 and Sarah 22.2

On 31 March 1901 Hugh Cree was living in the household of Thomas Cree and Eliza Campbell in 14 Abbey Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Thomas Cree. Thomas Cree was a general labourer aged 61 while Eliza was 65. Hugh was a plasterer aged 32 and Thomas junior was 30 and also a general labourer.3

His father Thomas Cree died on 13 May 1921 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.4

Hugh Cree died on 24 March 1931 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.5

References

  1. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  2. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  3. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901.
  4. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, "age 87."
  5. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 61."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Henry Cree

Male, CreeID#7437, (16 March 1864 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Henry Cree was born on 16 March 1864 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland. Catherine Cree (married name) was the informant.1,2 Henry Cree was the son of Michael Cassidy and Jane Cree.

References

  1. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, Trevor Cree's list of Irish birth certificate details, GRO Dublin Ref 7853809, "Father: Michael Cassidy (Residence, England). Mother: Jane Cree. Informant: Catherine Cree, Grandmother."
  2. [S447] Posting on message board, Norman E Dawson, last update 2002, at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/a/w/…, "(Henry appears as Henry Greer Cleland Cree in a pedigree at Family Tree Maker, http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/a/w/…, but with many details different, including Henry's wife's name.)."
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Michael Cassidy

Male, CreeID#7438
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Michael Cassidy and Jane Cree were partners in 1863. Jane was a spinster at her marriage to John Wallace.1

His son Henry Cree was born on 16 March 1864 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.2,3

Michael Cassidy was a labourer on 16 March 1864 in England.4

Child of Michael Cassidy and Jane Cree

References

  1. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, Trevor Cree's list of Irish birth certificate details (birth of their son Henry Cree), GRO Dublin Ref 7853809.
  2. [S78] Certificate held or seen, Trevor Cree's list of Irish birth certificate details, GRO Dublin Ref 7853809, "Father: Michael Cassidy (Residence, England). Mother: Jane Cree. Informant: Catherine Cree, Grandmother."
  3. [S447] Posting on message board, Norman E Dawson, last update 2002, at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/a/w/…, "(Henry appears as Henry Greer Cleland Cree in a pedigree at Family Tree Maker, http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/a/w/…, but with many details different, including Henry's wife's name.)."
  4. [S78] Certificate held or seen, Trevor Cree's list of Irish birth certificate details (birth of son Henry), GRO Dublin Ref 7853809.
Last edited18 Jan 2020

Henry Sharpe

Male, CreeID#7439, (c 1825 - )
Henry Sharpe married Janet Maxwell. Henry Sharpe was born c 1825 in Marhill, Perthshire, Scotland.1

His daughter Janet Betsy Sharpe was born on 19 September 1868 in Old Monkland, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.2,3

Henry Sharpe was a grocer on 3 April 1881 in Gorbals, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1,4

Child of Henry Sharpe and Janet Maxwell

References

  1. [S454] Ancestry.co.uk (www.ancestry.co.uk), McCarthy/Cree/Bartleman Tree.
  2. [S143] Personal communication, John Sutton, May 1996, "age 20 at marriage."
  3. [S454] Ancestry.co.uk (www.ancestry.co.uk), McCarthy/Cree/Bartleman/Spratt Family Tree http://trees.ancestry.com.au/tree/19581340/person/…
  4. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, Glasgow Gorbals; ED: 94; Page: 1.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Robert McQuoid

Male, CreeID#7440
Robert McQuoid married Sarah Sorella Cleland.

Robert McQuoid was a labourer on 2 April 1865.1

His daughter Hannah Jane McQuoid was born between 1867 and 1875 in Shankill, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland.2,3

Child of Robert McQuoid and Sarah Sorella Cleland

References

  1. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, (marriage of daughter Hannah).
  2. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, She was 37 at the 1911 Census.
  3. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901, She was 29 at the 1901 Census.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Robert Hugh Cree

Male, CreeID#7442, (5 May 1892 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Robert Hugh Cree was born on 5 May 1892 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.1,2,3 He was the son of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid.

On 31 March 1901 Robert Hugh Cree was living in the household of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid in 16 Holborn Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Rifleman Henry Greer Cree, Margaretta Cree and Walter Osborne M Cree. Henry was a bricklayer aged 30 and Hannah was 29. She was shown as born in County Down. Henry and Ellen Butler and their daughter Christina were recorded as visitors.1

On 2 April 1911 Robert Hugh Cree was living in the household of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid in 52 Chadolly Street, Victoria, Belfast, County Down, Ireland, along with Rifleman Henry Greer Cree, Margaretta Cree, Walter Osborne M Cree and Reuben Norman Frederick Cree. Henry was a bricklayer aged 39 and Hannah Jane was 37. Robert aged 18 was an apprentice plumber; Henry, 16, was a labourer; Margerita (sic) was 12, Walter 10, Reubon 8, Clelland (sic) 6, William 4 and Helen 2. All were members of the Church of Ireland. In their 21 years of marriage Hannah Jane McQuoid had had 12 children of whom 8 were still alive.2

These two Cree men both married Davidson women in 1913 in St Anne's Church of Ireland, Belfast. The NI Births Index shows that ten children were born to Cree fathers and Davidson mothers from 1913 to 1928. All were girls! It is not possible (without purchasing their birth certificates) to sort out which children belonged to which couple, except that Hannah Jane Cree may be presumed to be the daughter of Robert Hugh Cree because his mother was Hannah Jane McQuoid.3

Robert Hugh Cree married Annie Davidson, daughter of George Davidson, on 9 July 1913 in Saint Annes Church of Ireland, Shankill, Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland. The witnesses were Thomas Davidson and Margaret Thompson. Annie Davidson was 19 and of 11 Ship Street, Belfast. Robert Hugh Cree was 20 and a labourer of 25 Ship Street.3

His daughter Mary McMullan Cree was born on 10 May 1914 in Belfast, Ireland.4

His daughter Annie Davidson Cree was born on 17 April 1915 in Belfast.4

His daughter Kathleen Cree was born on 24 May 1917 in Belfast.4

Children of Robert Hugh Cree and Annie Davidson

References

  1. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901.
  2. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911.
  3. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  4. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes.
Last edited31 Jan 2020

Walter Osborne M Cree

Male, CreeID#7443, (22 March 1901 - 3 January 1987)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Walter Osborne M Cree was born on 22 March 1901 in Bangor, County Down, Ireland.1,2,3 He was the son of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid.

On 31 March 1901 Walter Osborne M Cree was living in the household of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid in 16 Holborn Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Robert Hugh Cree, Rifleman Henry Greer Cree and Margaretta Cree. Henry was a bricklayer aged 30 and Hannah was 29. She was shown as born in County Down. Henry and Ellen Butler and their daughter Christina were recorded as visitors.4

On 2 April 1911 Walter Osborne M Cree was living in the household of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid in 52 Chadolly Street, Victoria, Belfast, County Down, Ireland, along with Robert Hugh Cree, Rifleman Henry Greer Cree, Margaretta Cree and Reuben Norman Frederick Cree. Henry was a bricklayer aged 39 and Hannah Jane was 37. Robert aged 18 was an apprentice plumber; Henry, 16, was a labourer; Margerita (sic) was 12, Walter 10, Reubon 8, Clelland (sic) 6, William 4 and Helen 2. All were members of the Church of Ireland. In their 21 years of marriage Hannah Jane McQuoid had had 12 children of whom 8 were still alive.2

His son Henry Greer Cree was born on 24 January 1921 in Belfast, Ireland.3

His mother Hannah Jane McQuoid died on 23 May 1952 in Belfast.5

His son Henry Greer Cree died on 20 October 1980 in Belfast.3

Walter Osborne M Cree died on 3 January 1987 in Castlereagh Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.6

Child of Walter Osborne M Cree

References

  1. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901, He was 9 days old at the Census.
  2. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911.
  3. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  4. [S264] UK Census 1901.
  5. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 77."
  6. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes.
Last edited28 Jan 2020

Rifleman Henry Greer Cree

Male, CreeID#7444, (17 April 1894 - 26 October 1914)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Rifleman Henry Greer Cree was born on 17 April 1894 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.1,2,3 He was the son of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid.

On 31 March 1901 Rifleman Henry Greer Cree was living in the household of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid in 16 Holborn Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Robert Hugh Cree, Margaretta Cree and Walter Osborne M Cree. Henry was a bricklayer aged 30 and Hannah was 29. She was shown as born in County Down. Henry and Ellen Butler and their daughter Christina were recorded as visitors.4

On 2 April 1911 Rifleman Henry Greer Cree was living in the household of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid in 52 Chadolly Street, Victoria, Belfast, County Down, Ireland, along with Robert Hugh Cree, Margaretta Cree, Walter Osborne M Cree and Reuben Norman Frederick Cree. Henry was a bricklayer aged 39 and Hannah Jane was 37. Robert aged 18 was an apprentice plumber; Henry, 16, was a labourer; Margerita (sic) was 12, Walter 10, Reubon 8, Clelland (sic) 6, William 4 and Helen 2. All were members of the Church of Ireland. In their 21 years of marriage Hannah Jane McQuoid had had 12 children of whom 8 were still alive.2

Rifleman Henry Greer Cree passed through Orléans, France, in September 1914. There he met Madame Villeneue and her family of Loiret. Mme Villeneue, obtaining his name and address, thoughtfully wrote an encouraging letter to his mother, Hannah Jane McQuoid. (A minor puzzle is that she refers to Henry as a Corporal.)5

Rifleman Henry Greer Cree died on 26 October 1914 in the Western Front, France. He has no known grave. Almost all of the men commemorated on the (Le Touret) Memorial... were killed in actions that took place along a section of the front line that stretched from Estaires in the north to Grenay in the south. This part of the Western Front was the scene of some of the heaviest fighting of the first year of the war, including the battles of La Bassée (10 October – 2 November 1914.)6 Rifleman Henry Greer Cree's name is inscribed on a memorial in Newtownards Road, Ballymacarrett, Belfast, Ireland.7

References

  1. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901, He was aged 6 at the 1901 Census.
  2. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911.
  3. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes.
  4. [S264] UK Census 1901.
  5. [S433] Letter, from Madame Villeneue, of Loiret, France; http://1914-1918.invisionzone.com/forums/index.php, "Dear Madame.
    We had the pleasure some days ago of making the acquaintance of your son, Mr Harry Cree. He was coming from Rouen, and passing through Orleans, with a number of French and English comrades on his way to Paris. It was on the station platform where he had several hours to wait, that we engaged in our conversation. I, as well as my son, knew some little English, and we were able to act as interpreters between your son and my husband. Mr Harry was very friendly with us, and my husband offered to spend the time with him, which he readily accepted. When he was leaving, we promised to write and give you all the news, which is very good.
    He is very jolly, and pleased to find himself in France, supporting the noble cause of the allied nations, with those who are fighting on our side. He does not doubt of final success. His health is excellent, and he does not seem to feel the fatigues of the war, as his temperament is so bright.
    He is already looking forward to the time when, covered with glory, he will return to his own country, near those who love him.
    It was with merry good humour that he told us the story of the first part of the campaign on the Belgian frontier, where he received his 'baptism of fire.' Also how he escaped the German bullet which was intended for him. He is present engaged in working a machine gun. On leaving us, he gave us great pleasure by accepting some garden fruits, which he seemed to like very much, as well as some roses, which were not too good for him at all.
    Knowing that you will be pleased to hear this good news of your son, be good enough to accept, madame, our most cordial salutations and good wishes."
  6. [S488] Website Commonwealth War Graves Commission (http://www.cwgc.org), http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1559607/CREE,%20HENRY%20GREER, "Rank: Rifleman
    Service No: 10011
    Date of Death: 26/10/1914
    Age: 20; Regiment: Royal Irish Rifles 2nd Bn.; Panel Reference: Panel 42 and 43; Memorial: Le Touret Memorial; Son of Henry and Hannah Jane Cree, of 52, Chadolly St., Belfast."
  7. [S419] Website, War Memorials in Ulster http://www.ulsterwarmemorials.net/html/…
Last edited28 Jan 2020

Margaretta Cree

Female, CreeID#7445, (11 March 1899 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Margaretta Cree was also known as Madge Cree. She was born on 11 March 1899 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid.

On 31 March 1901 Margaretta Cree was living in the household of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid in 16 Holborn Street, Bangor, County Down, Ireland, along with Robert Hugh Cree, Rifleman Henry Greer Cree and Walter Osborne M Cree. Henry was a bricklayer aged 30 and Hannah was 29. She was shown as born in County Down. Henry and Ellen Butler and their daughter Christina were recorded as visitors.4

On 2 April 1911 Margaretta Cree was living in the household of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid in 52 Chadolly Street, Victoria, Belfast, County Down, Ireland, along with Robert Hugh Cree, Rifleman Henry Greer Cree, Walter Osborne M Cree and Reuben Norman Frederick Cree. Henry was a bricklayer aged 39 and Hannah Jane was 37. Robert aged 18 was an apprentice plumber; Henry, 16, was a labourer; Margerita (sic) was 12, Walter 10, Reubon 8, Clelland (sic) 6, William 4 and Helen 2. All were members of the Church of Ireland. In their 21 years of marriage Hannah Jane McQuoid had had 12 children of whom 8 were still alive.2

Margaretta Cree married John Magowan on 3 July 1918 in Saint Barnabas Church of Ireland, Shankill, Belfast, Ireland.3

Family: Margaretta Cree and John Magowan

References

  1. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901, She was aged 2 at the 1901 Census.
  2. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911.
  3. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  4. [S264] UK Census 1901.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Reuben Norman Frederick Cree

Male, CreeID#7446, (13 February 1903 - 8 May 1978)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Reuben Norman Frederick Cree was maternal grandfather to Mrs Helen Dawson.1 He was born on 13 February 1903 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.2,3 He was the son of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid.

On 2 April 1911 Reuben Norman Frederick Cree was living in the household of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid in 52 Chadolly Street, Victoria, Belfast, County Down, Ireland, along with Robert Hugh Cree, Rifleman Henry Greer Cree, Margaretta Cree and Walter Osborne M Cree. Henry was a bricklayer aged 39 and Hannah Jane was 37. Robert aged 18 was an apprentice plumber; Henry, 16, was a labourer; Margerita (sic) was 12, Walter 10, Reubon 8, Clelland (sic) 6, William 4 and Helen 2. All were members of the Church of Ireland. In their 21 years of marriage Hannah Jane McQuoid had had 12 children of whom 8 were still alive.4

On 2 April 1911, Reuben Norman Frederick Cree was also known as Reubon Cree.

Reuben Norman Frederick Cree married Isabella Ginn, daughter of John Mason Ginn and Selina Magee, on 24 September 1923 in Saint Annes Church of Ireland, Shankill, Belfast, Ireland.5

His daughter Selina Ginn Cree was born on 29 June 1924 in Belfast, Ireland.5

His daughter Alice Cree was born on 25 April 1928 in Belfast.5

His daughter Alice Cree died on 3 May 1928 in Belfast.5

His daughter Henrietta Cree was born on 29 June 1929 in 5 Chelsea Street, Belfast, Ireland.5,6

His daughter Helen Abigail Cree was born on 30 August 1931 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.5

His son Robert Hugh Cree was born on 31 January 1933 in 57 Harkness Parade, Belfast, Ireland.5,7

His son William James Ginn Cree was born on 23 December 1936 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down.5

His wife Isabella Ginn died on 24 February 1940.8

Reuben Norman Frederick Cree married Mary Jane Smyth on 26 July 1946 in the Registrar's Office, Belfast, Ireland.5

His daughter Linda Cree was born on 29 November 1949 in Belfast.5

His daughter Linda Cree died on 10 May 1950 in Belfast.5

His son Samuel Kenneth Cree was born on 4 June 1951 in Belfast.5

His mother Hannah Jane McQuoid died on 23 May 1952 in Belfast.9

His daughter Henrietta Cree died on 30 March 1953 in Haslemere, Surrey, England.10

Reuben Norman Frederick Cree died on 8 May 1978 in 6 Arney Close, Belfast, Ireland.11

Children of Reuben Norman Frederick Cree and Isabella Ginn

Children of Reuben Norman Frederick Cree and Mary Jane Smyth

References

  1. [S447] Posting on message board, Cree Family History Network www.cree.name/network/ 1 Jan 2013.
  2. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, He was aged 8 at the 1911 Census.
  3. [S120] Civil Registration Indexes, Castlereagh Reg. Dist.
  4. [S253] UK Census 1911.
  5. [S443] Indexes to BMDs at the General Register Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast.
  6. [S447] Posting on message board, Cree Family History Network, message from Helen Dawson 11 April 2015, quoting birth certificate.
  7. [S447] Posting on message board, Cree Family History Network, message from Helen Dawson 11 April 2015.
  8. [S516] Webpage Family Tree Maker (http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/), Isabella Ginn http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/a/w/…
  9. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 77."
  10. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Vol 5g p 765, June quarter Surrey S W Reg. Dist.
  11. [S419] Website, Family Tree Maker http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/a/w/…
Last edited31 Jan 2020

Cleland Cree

Male, CreeID#7447, (16 February 1905 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Cleland Cree was also known as Clelland Cree. He was born on 16 February 1905 in Newtownards Reg Dist, County Down, Ireland.1,2 He was the son of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid.

References

  1. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, He was 6 at the 1911 Census.
  2. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

William Lee Cree

Male, CreeID#7448, (1906 or 1907 - 8 November 1958)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
William Lee Cree was born in 1906 or 1907 in County Down, Ireland. (We have not found his birth recorded in the official indexes.)1 He was the son of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid.

William Lee Cree married Margaret Andrews on 5 July 1934 in St Martins Church of Ireland, Belfast, Ireland.2 William Lee Cree was in the Army in 1935 in India.3

His mother Hannah Jane McQuoid died on 23 May 1952 in Belfast, Ireland.4

William Lee Cree died on 8 November 1958 in Belfast.2,5

Family: William Lee Cree and Margaret Andrews

References

  1. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, He was 4 at the 1911 Census.
  2. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
  3. [S447] Posting on message board, by Kath Margaret Sutton on Cree FH Network, 3 May 2015.
  4. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths, "age 77."
  5. [S447] Posting on message board, by Kath Margaret Sutton on Cree FM Network, 3 May 2015.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Helen Abigail Cree

Female, CreeID#7449, (11 December 1908 - )
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
Helen Abigail Cree was also known as Ellen Abigail Cree. On her birth registration. She was born on 11 December 1908 in Belfast, County Down, Ireland.1,2 She was the daughter of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid.

References

  1. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, She was 2 at the 1911 Census.
  2. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

(female) Cree

Female, CreeID#7450, (18 June 1911 - 19 June 1911)
ChartsLine 17. The Newtownards line
Mini-chart 6286 Bangor
(female) Cree was born on 18 June 1911 in Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland.1,2

(female) Cree died on 19 June 1911 in Belfast, County Antrim.2 She was the daughter of Henry Greer Cleland Cree and Hannah Jane McQuoid.

References

  1. [S323] Trevor Cree, Trevor Cree papers. Hereinafter cited as Trevor Cree papers.
  2. [S358] Cree Index to Northern Ireland Births Marriages and Deaths.
Last edited15 Sep 2019