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Brief historical notice of the parish and people of Donegore 1634-1882

B. W. Ferguson

Brief historical notice of the parish and people of Donegore 1634-1882

by B. W. Ferguson

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Published by Printed at "The Witness" Steam Printing Works in Belfast .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementB.W. Ferguson.
The Physical Object
Pagination8 leaves ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18626034M

This book was written on the history of the parish to mark the Millennium. It covers every aspect of the parish, including all the organisations, the church and its history, up to the present day, the census, all the families living in the parish in and an outline history on every family living in the parish at the present time. your place and mine,Kilwaughter Castle near Larne, Kilwaughter Castle is in the hills about 3 miles S. W. of Larne. It's a ruin now but in its hey day was a magnificent building.

  "A Brief History of Lyndale and Dundee, ", researched and written by Margaret Campion with assistance from Harold MacLeod, and other great story tellers from the community, is an interesting history of the communities of Lyndale and Dundee, P.E.I. Published in the year for the reunion at Lyndale School, this book is an interesting collection of historical articles, student and.   Parish: Balbriggan Title: Church of St Peter & Paul, Balbriggan - Celebrating Years () Author(s): Jim Walsh Publisher: Balbriggan Historical and Cultural Society Year: Parish: Ballinteer Title: The Parish of St John the Evangelist, Ballinteer - the rsary - Author(s): Christopher Ryan Publisher: Ballinteer Family History Society.

  Censuses: While government censuses were taken in Ireland every ten years from to , only and have survived for Co. Armagh along with some remnants of (Parish of Kilmore). Census: Census of Ireland, often referred to as the 'Pender's Census', with number of English and Irish living in each townland and principal Irish names in each barony. This parish, which is also called Invernayle, is situated on the river and bay of Inver, on the north-west coast; and comprises, according to the Ordnance survey, 36, 3/4 statute acres, of wh are applotted under the tithe act, and 1/3 are water. St.


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Brief historical notice of the parish and people of Donegore 1634-1882 by B. W. Ferguson Download PDF EPUB FB2

He married MARY ANNE MCBRIDE Octo in 2nd Donegore Presbytarian Church., daughter of JAMES MCBRIDE. Marriage Notes for JOSEPH TAGGART and MARY MCBRIDE: Tobernagill is a townland (ancient Irish division of land still in use today) in Co.

Antrim, on the slopes of Donegore Hill which lies 10 miles norht of Belfast. Guide to Donegore Civil Parish, County Antrim, Northern Ireland ancestry, family history, and genealogy.

Parish registers, transcripts, baptism records, marriage records, and burial records. The following information is a starting point for records about the civil parish of Donegore.

The information is based on locations and records before The book was launched at the parish’s regular Community Soup and Cheese Lunch during Holy Week and was attended by Margaret’s family and others with an interest in the history of St John’s.

The Rev Andrew Ker, rector of the parish, spoke of how the book came from Margaret’s deep love for St John’s. The history of St John’s is also of interest to local historians.

They believe the Christian history of Donegore goes right back to the 6th century and the spiritual history goes back even further. The book was launched at the parish’s regular Community Soup and Cheese Lunch during Holy Week.

An alphabetical list of townlands in the parish of Donegore, which includes division and OS map references. Documents. Parish of Donegore PDF ( KB) The nidirect privacy notice applies to any information you send on this feedback form. For queries or advice about historical.

IR – — Donegore, St John’s IR – — Newry, St. Mary’s Parish Church IR – — Carnmoney Connection — Scott, Ernest V. IR – — Termonmaguirke Parish: Bi-centenary History — Armstrong, Maurice A. IR – — Cappagh Parish Church, A Concise History of — Linnegan, Rev J.

McC. This index to 1st Donegore marriages has been reproduced by kind permission of the Church. It covers the period and because civil registration of Protestant marriage did not begin until these early marriage records are very important for family and local history.

1st Donegore has a very distinguished history. There is one however at the Second Donegore Church, and also a very old one at Donegore Parish. Church. We have received quite a large number of requests for information from persons around the world. Consequently we have photographed all the Baptismal and Marriage records ( pages covering in excess of 7, records) and have produced these.

Parish Location Denomination Transcript Where. If published Details; Donegore: Donegore St John's: Church of Ireland: Online ($). See also : Ulster Historical Foundation [Unpublished] Donegore: Dunamuggy: Presbyterian 2nd: Online ($).

See also : Ulster Historical Foundation [Unpublished]. First Donegore Presbyterian Church, Main Street, Parkgate, Templepatrick, Ballyclare, BT39 0DG. email: info[at] - See us on Facebook. Registered Charity in. A Short History of Donaghmore Parish. The parish of Donaghmore has a rich Christian heritage and also an important industrial history.

After the end of the monastic age, the church in Donaghmore area was looked after by the O’Loughrans, the Erenagh family until the time of the Reformation, when a lot of the churches in Tyrone were unroofed by Shane O’Neill to keep Queen Elizabeth 1st from.

2nd Donegore Presbyterian Church This page summarises records created by this Organisation The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.

History of The Parish of Derrykeighan for Three Centuries: Camac, Thomas: £ Blackmouth and Dissenter: Barkley, John M. £ A Short History of 2nd Donegore Presbyterian Church Montgomery, Francis J.

£ History of the Irish Presbyterian Church (Edinburgh, Special Edition ) Hamilton, T: £ The Parish – A Brief History The Parish of Oranmore dates back to the foundation of the parish system when the early monastic norm, as epitomised by the massive monastic site at Roscam, changed after ecclesiastical reform following Church synods in the twelfth century and new diocesan boundaries came into existence.

Ulster Historical Foundation Telling the story, sinceof the people of Ulster An Educational Charity | Charity Reg. NIC +44 () | [email protected] Donate Charitable Objectives.

(Family History Library book Ref A5h.) Look under the headings "Parish Registers" and "Vestry Books" for Church of Ireland records, and look by denomination (Catholic, Methodist, Presbyterian, etc.) for other churches' records. In the place indexes, look for church records by county and then town, city, or parish.

Irish Family History. A very scarce locally printed history of First Donegore Presbyterian Church in Templepatrick, Ballyclare, County Antrim. Compiled in 16 pages in light card covers and illustrated.

No date but probably late 's. Light vertical fold mark, otherwise a very good copy. PEOPLE; Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.

search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just Full text of "An ancient Irish parish past and present, being the parish of Donaghmore, county Down".

HISTORY. The first settlement in this neighbourhood was at Glenavy. In February the Presbytery of Antrim sent one of their number to examine what encouragement there was for the settlement of a minister.

Templepatrick), son of Rev. Alex. Brown of Donegore, was ordained here on 5 th FebruaryBrief history as recorded in a book. PEOPLE; Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.

search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top. The civil parish of Donegore is situated in the historic barony of Antrim Upper, in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.

Articles relating to locations in the civil parish of Donegore: Pages in category "Civil parish of Donegore" The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total.Donegore: Held by the Public Record Office in Church of Ireland: Donegore: PRONI: MIC.

1/ Open for public research: Church of Ireland: Donegore: - - .Having given a brief history of Ranafast (first people in modern times settled there in ) in the cosiness of the Áislann, all ventured forth to Coláiste Bhríde which had a huge influence on Ranafast for almost a century, it was then on to the memorial of the late Cardinal Tomas Ó Fiach, 'Ranafast's adopted son' to hear of his.