Set As Default Person
||Houston Clements |
||17 Feb 1881
||Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland 
- Birth registration gives mother's name as Gamble
||31 Mar 1901
||2 Curran and Drumalis, Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland 
- A Houston Clements born in Larne was killed in action 2 Oct 1918 in Western European Theatre while serving as a Rifleman with the Royal Irish Rifles #7506
||Roy~Royes | Clements
||26 Oct 2015 |
b. Abt Feb 1841, Antrim, Northern Ireland
d. Mar 1917, Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland (Age ~ 76 years)
b. Est 1849, Antrim, Northern Ireland
d. Antrim, Northern Ireland
||Antrim, Northern Ireland
||Marriage certificate: Houston Clements and Agnes Jamison
- 1901 Census: Residents of a house 2 in Curran and Drumalis (Larne, Antrim)
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- According to the poem written in tribute to Houston and Agnes, "some" of the young have "flown away.. far across the sea."
- There are two Houston Clements with wife Agnes:
Houston and Agnes Jamison had two sons:
1866: Hugh born in Ballynure;
1868 James born in Ballynure (in the 1901 census his family are in Larne).
Houston and Agnes Gamble had five children:
1871 Elizabeth Gamble born in Larne;
1873 Agnes born Co Antrim presumably Larne;
1878 Robert born in Larne;
1881 Houston born in Larne;
c1885 Mary born in Larne
We have speculated that the Agnes Jamison and Agnes Gamble are the same person - you will notice that the birth order of the children could suggest that. However, I have separated them into two families because:
1. the children of Agnes Gamble are reported not to have known anything about the two born to Agnes Jamison;
2. although the birth places are not far from each other they are different.
I have nevertheless kept the Clements-Jamison family in the Roy~Royes data for the time being even though they do not link to anyone else in the data.
||Houston and Agnes (Gamble) Clements|
||Tribute to Mr & Mrs Houston Clements|
with fondest memories from their Scotch friend, Geordie. Since all of the children have flown the nest, the poem must be later than about 1908.
||Logan-Clements Family History 3: The Clements Family|
One of the oldest families in County Antrim
a tribute to Hugh Wiley on his 80th birthday
||Family Group | Family Chart
- [S309] Ireland Births and Baptisms 1620-1881.
- [S373] Census Ireland 31 Mar 1901.
- [S469] Irish Marriages 1845-1958.