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Thank you for your interesting site and info on the Hobson family. I am researching the HOBBS/HOBSON family of Stewartstown, earliest traceable members being William Hobbs/Hobson born c 1800-1810 in the parish of Tullyniskan, Co Tyrone. Some of his children were-Mary, Maria, Matilda, Benjamin, Caroline.
It is most likely his ancestors were members of the society of Friends but disowned for some reason. Would like to make a connection.


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chris bretz...
I stumbled upon your web site as i tracked my family....my great great grandfather is a brother to your benjamin...I can't thank you enough for all your hard work.....the beers are on me if you are in Ontario soon... brian


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My husband's 3rd great grandmother is Arine Hobson born 1804 in Ballinacor, Seagoe Parish, Portadown, Armagh, Ireland. She was a Quaker, as were her parents. Her father's name has been found to be James Hobson, born 1771 in the county of Armagh. He was a shoemaker by trade. I am wondering if there is a connection with your Hobson family.
It is believed that Arine and her husband John Carson moved to Ontario, Canada in about 1848. I believe her parents must have remained in Ireland. At least one of their daughter's remembers being raised as a Quaker. Rachel Carson was born in Grey Ontario in 1849. it is recalled that as Rachel's health failed and she was in her final illness, she reverted to the Quaker way of speaking from her childhood. She remembered that her father led part of the service. This was noted by her daughter who took care of her until her death in Iowa in 1922. Sharon


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Beautifully done, congratulations.
I'm wondering, is this a custom site (re formatting, timelines, etc) or is there life beyond "Ancestry.com"?
Also, searching for an ancestor Katrina Pretzes - immigrated from Gutersloh, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany to Pennsylvania around 1775. As I can find no "Pretzes" anywhere, I expect she was born a Pretz or Bretz.
Again, thanks for a beautiful web site!
Jerry Maddux


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