(related to previous question) In 1995, Joyce (Horan) Keller was shown records dating from the early 1800s at a rural church
near Ballygawley, County Tyrone. These records named several McFarlands of the day.
Joyce took notes but as of 2007, she has lost the notes. Copies of the parish records for both parishes are kept
on microfilm at PRONI (Public Records Office of N. Ireland) in Belfast, for Carnteel numbers MIC/583/27, 29-32.
These records were copied to this website in 2008. Andrew's father (also Andrew)
appears in the Tithe Applotment (tax rolls) for 1827, but the parish records do not describe the baptism of the
younger Andrew, who was born about 1830 from civil records of his death in 1893. Anastasia's family appears to
have arrived in Carnteel later, since her 1837 birth occured in Ahascragh; no attempt was made
to find records for the surname Sadleir from Carnteel or Errigal Keerogue parishes.
This writer sees only a very few ways to research this family further.  Locate the graves of Andrew and
Anastasia near Ballygawley, which will have dates.  Find a copy of an unpublished local history, written by
a local minister, with a title reputed to be "Ulster Heart", seen by Joyce Keller in 1995 at the Ballygawley
bed & breakfast operated my Mrs. Lyttle and her son John. The inn does not operate in 2008, but the son
John still lives on the premises.  Examine parish marriage and death records.  Ask an old local
resident to comment upon a 1965 letter from cousin Emily with the hope that living
relatives can be located near Ballygawley.