This collection of c.50 documents includes, for example:
T/1454/2 A volume of genealogical notes on the Robb and Bryson families, Ballysallagh and Dundonald, County Down, Scotland and United States, c.1700-c.1900. The date of compilation is not noted. Also included is a copy of a letter from Andrew Bryson, Washington, DC, United States, to his mother, Mrs E.C. Simpson, Belfast, regarding information on the Bryson family, no date, 19th century and a copy of a letter from Andrew Robb, Florida, to his mother giving news of his land and crops, no date, 19th century.

T/1454/3 Includes a copy of a petition of Isabella Bryson to the Lord Lieutenant General asking for clemency for her husband, Andrew, a United Irishman, no date, c.1800-1857, and a copy of an incomplete letter from Andrew Robb to his sister regarding his experiences on the journey to America, c.1800.

T/1454/6 Copies of 9 letters from Alexander Robb, British Columbia, to his sister referring to conditions there and asking his sister to find him a wife, 1868-1873. Typescript copies of these letters are available in the calendar of this collection.

AccessBy prior appointment.
Century19th, 20th

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CommentSome of the information listed from this repository has been extracted from lists available in the archives. The lists were compiled by Public Record Office of Northern Ireland staff and we are grateful for their assistance. It must be remembered that due to time constraints not all items in this repository were examined individually.