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There is a lot of debate over where the Deyermond family name originated. Some say France, others say Ireland and I've seen a site that claims the name is from Scotland. This site is a work in progress but so far, the evidence I've found is leaning toward the name being an anglicized version of an old Irish name. This site follows the ancestors and descendants of George and Elizabeth (Coulter) Deyermond as well as all the related families. At current count there are 6,438 names and over 12,000 supporting documents.

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John (Jock) Deyermond

John "Jock" Deyermond

Born 1895 in Belfast, Ireland. Arrived in Boston, MA in 1908 with family.

William Deyermond
William Deyermond

William Deyermond

Immigrated from Ireland in 1911. William stayed in Belfast with his Aunt while the rest of the family moved to Andover, MA.

Robert V. Deyermond
Robert Victor Deyermond

Robert Victor Deyermond

Family Name

Francis J. Hughes
Francis Joseph Hughes

Francis Joseph Hughes

One of 12 children of Edward Hughes and Catherine Ryan Hughes.

Joseph F. Cunningham
Joseph Francis Cunningham

Joseph Francis Cunningham

Francis was a lifelong resident of Chelsea, MA. He was active in his church and was active in local politics.

Arthur J. Poschen
Arthur J. Poschen

Arthur J. Poschen

Father of 6 girls. An avid sportsman who played baseball & basketball in highschool.

Eldred Family
Martha Bridget Eldred

Martha Bridget Eldred

Martha married Jock Deyermond and they had 7 children together. In WWII, John & Martha's 6 sons all served as well as their son-in-law.

Odd & Unusual Deaths
Unusual Deaths

Unusual Deaths

Odd circumstances, unusual places and tragic ends.

We have quite a few out of the ordinary, including one in a cemetery.

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