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Posted: 24 Aug 2008 2:06AM GMT
Classification: Query
I would like to know anyone who has LOUGH family. Lough is my maiden name & I have been researching them for 30 years/ Lillian (Lough) Martz
Posted: 24 Aug 2008 3:48AM GMT
Classification: Query
My wife's maiden name is LOUGH, from Co. Roscommon Ireland

Jim Stevens
San Carlos CA

Re: Lough

Posted: 24 Aug 2008 5:25AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Lough, McHugh, Scully, Finnerty, Dillon
My maiden name is Lough.
Grandfather: Michael Lough
Great Grandfather: Thomas Lough
Posted: 25 Aug 2008 11:20PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Lough, Lofft, Glenn, O'Neill, Wiest, Perry, Rosenberger, Clabo, Wurtz, Schwartz
My ancestors were LOUGH in County Fermanagh and County Monaghan, Ireland.
They migrated to England and the name changed to LOFT or LOFFT.

I'm searching for parents and siblings for:

James LOUGH
b ca 1835 Ireland
d 1892 Buffalo, Erie, NY, USA
possibly son of Helen ? MULLEN
married 8 January 1858 at Catholic Church, Clones, County Monaghan, Ireland
to
Bridget GLENN (1840 Ireland - 1917 Buffalo, NY,USA)
probably daughter of Owen GLENN and Mary BOYLE

Their children were

James LOFFT b 1860 Clones, Co Monaghan, Ireland
d 1909 Buffalo, NY, USA
married Mary Ann O'NEILL

Ellen LOUGH b 1864 Co Fermanagh, Ireland
d 1865 Jarrow, Co Durham, England

Bernard LOFTT b 1865 Jarrow, Co Durham, England
d 1907 Buffalo, NY
married Theresa WIEST

Mary LOFFT b 1867 Clones, Co Monaghan, Ireland
d 1938 Malden, MA, USA
married Frederick Allen PERRY

Patrick LOFFT b 1869 Jarrow, Co Durham, England
d 1894 Buffalo, NY)

Theresa LOFFT b 1872 Maryport, Cumberland, England
d 1932 Buffalo, NY
married 1st Frank P. ROSENBERGER
married 2nd August CLABO
married 3rd Gerorge D. WURTZ

Elizabeth LOFFT b 1876 Troy, NY, USA
d 1908 Buffalo, NY, USA
married Anthony C. SCHWARTZ
Posted: 19 Sep 2008 4:13AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Lough, Hunter, Livingston
My maternal grandmother was Marguerite Louise Lough, born in 1900, the Lough line I have found is:
Descendants of John Lough

1 John Lough 1817 -
.. +Elizabeth 1820 - 1912
........ 2 Samuel Lough 1839 - 1863
............ +Nancy Jane Hunter 1846 - 1909
................... 3 Samuel Hugh Lough 1862 - 1925
....................... +Elva Rosette Livingston 1868 - 1958
............................. 4 Ethel Nancy Lough 1893 - 1964
................................. +Ed Hagen 1897 -
........................................ 5 Hugh Hagen 1926 - 1972
........................................ 5 Delores E. Hagen 1924 -
............................................ +Roy Morris 1917 -
........................................ 5 Eleanor Jeanne Hagen 1920 - 1990
............................................ +...Hall
........................................ 5 Nancy Hagen 1930 -
............................................ +Jack Stallsworth 1927 -
............................. 4 Hugh Livingston Lough 1895 - 1918
............................. 4 Marguerite Louise Lough 1900 - 1989
................................. +Edward Renwick Osborn 1899 - 1981
........................................ 5 Patricia Louise Osborn 1922 -
............................................ +Delmar Inman Clifford Kanne 1918 - 2001
........................................ 5 James Hugh Osborn 1924 - 1965
............................................ +Florence
........ 2 William M. Lough 1839 - 1912
+Alpha Hunter 1842 - 1888
................... 3 Freddy Lough 1864 -
................... 3 Edward Hugh Lough 1869 - 1942
....................... +Ella Josephine McLaughlin 1870 - 1963
........ 2 Thomas Lough 1842 - 1909
............ +Almeda 1852 -
................... 3 Elizabeth Lough 1870 -
Posted: 20 Sep 2008 4:59AM GMT
Classification: Query
I'm related to this line too. Your John's grandfather had 2 wives. Your line comes from 1 wife, and mine from the other. It's always nice to meet a new 'cousin' no matter how far removed. I can give you some additional data, if you are interested email me at mlor37@juno.com
Posted: 20 Sep 2008 2:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bunn, Hyatt, Ayres, Mowrer, Garrigues, Gibson, JEREMIAH MANN
My Lough line is: Lillian Lough my father is Eben Lough 1881 IL-1954 FL, Allen Dorn Lough 1857 IL-1933 NB, Nicholas G Lough 1833 WV-1898 IL, Peter Lough 1793 WV-1860 IL, Geo Peter Lough b abt 1750 WV, d 1818 WV. Am interested in exchanging info.
Lillian
Posted: 20 Sep 2008 4:02PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi,
I don't think we're looking for the same line of Loughs. Mine came from Germany & landed in Phila. in 1739. They settled in PA. for awhile before moving west. If you have a Sophronia somewhere, we may be cousins. She was my great-grandmother.

Good hunting!

Cyndy from Iowa
Posted: 20 Sep 2008 6:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
My Johan Peter arrived on the ship Loyal Judith Sep 1739. O the same day another ship arrived in Philadelphia with a Jacob & Johannes ages 35 & 16, that ship was the Friendship. Both ships came from Germany. No I do not have your Sophornia as yet but sure don't rule out our being related. My George Peter Lough was b Berks Co PA & d 1818 Randolph Co WV. His son Peter who m Prudence Gibson in Harrison Co WV, d on the Clay/Richland Co border in IL April 1860. Do you have any Gibsons'?
Lillian
Posted: 21 Sep 2008 2:38AM GMT
Classification: Query
I guess we are cousins! My ancestors are the Jacob & Johannes (John?). I have several sheets that mention the Keller Church. It says: There is also information on the possible siblings of Jacob Loch. Jacob & Anna Sybilla are mentioned in the baptism records of Johannes Peter Loch & wife Johanna (Anna), Elizabetha (sister of Anna Julianna in 1722). Dusseldorf Parish Register for Fischback Oldenburg, Germany had Johannes Otto Loch & wife Elizabetha Margareta baptizing children: Elizabeth Margareta in 1734, Maria Catherina in 1736 (with Johannes Loch as a sponsor) It goes on to say John Peter Loch was probably a brother of Jacob Loch & Johannes Otto could have been a younger brother or even a son. Further reading lists the names of children of Jacob Loch & Anna Sybilla (Loch). The first of these was Johannes Carolus (Charles). Charles was most likely born around 1723. He may have been the Johannes aged 16 aboard the Friendship.

It sounds like some of the famlies eventually moved south while other moved west.

I'm interested in hearing what else you have in the early line.

Cyndy Thompson
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