1 edition of Old Ballyclug found in the catalog.
by Ballymena Borough Council in Ballymena
Published for the 150th anniversary of the consecration, on 16th April 1844, of St Patrick"s Parish Church, Ballymarlow.
|Statement||transcribed by Andrew W. Allen ; foreword by Brian O"Hara.|
|Series||Ballymena Borough gravestone series -- 2|
|Contributions||Allen, Andrew Warwick.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
In the old burial-place in Worcester were to be seen, a they may be there even yet, two old tombstones. One of them few years ago, and bore the name of John Young, who died in , aged years he was a native of Derry. The other was inscribed with the name of David Young, a native of Donegal, who died in , aged 94 years. The book 'Cathcart in Australia' by Robert Bruce (Bob) Cathcart, includes the following: 'the Hearth Money Rolls for and Hearth Money Rolls for shows a concentration of the name in just three Townlands in the Parish of Ballyclug which appears to be the same general location as the Parish of Connor of the s.
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Old Ballyclug (Ballylesson Graveyard, Ballymena) by Brian O'Hara (foreword) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A summary Old Ballyclug book research sources for Ballyclug.
2 record(s) in Lewis's Topographical Dictionary 22 census-type record(s) No estate records found. 10 book format local histories.
1 periodical references. 7 church records. 8 local or family history journal(s) No directories listed. 8 General Register Office record(s) 45 wills records. IR Belfast, The New Burying Ground & Old Belfast families (Vol 4) IR Carrickfergus and Ballynure Old Families (Co Antrim Vol 3) IR Ballymena Gravestones Vol 2, Old Ballyclug IR Ballymena Gravestones Vol Old Ballyclug book, Cullybackey Old Methodist IR Ballymena Gravestones Vol 4, St.
Saviour's Parish Church, Connor. Ballyclug: Ballylesson: Ballyclug Old: Online ($). See also : Ulster Historical Foundation [Unpublished] Ballyclug: Ballymarlagh (Ballyclug) Church of Ireland: Published: Old Ballyclug Andrew W.
Allen: National Library of Ireland Ir p[sic] Ballyclug: Ballymarlagh (Ballyclug) Church of Ireland: Online ($). See also. The Annual Easter Vestry for the Parish of Kilconriola and Ballyclug Tuesday 10th April at pm You are invited to attend this important Parish Busi-ness Meeting.
You have Voting Rights as a Registered member in electing Churchwardens and Select Vestry – your vote counts. You have the oppor-tunity to be part of the decision makingFile Size: 3MB. This is a great wee book and would make a wonderful gift. Supplies of Sunbeams in the Mist are held in the Parish Office and Lorraine and Sandra will be glad to help with any enquiries.
If God gives you a gift – use it – who knows what will happen. Well done May and thank you. Mark HAPPY RETIREMENT CANON KEN AND A BIG BIRTHDAY FOR BALLYCLUG. (For a large collection of family histories within the county we also recommend "The Book of Irish Families, great & small", by O'Laughlin.) Many Parishes and Towns: County Antrim includes the towns of Lisburn, Carrickfergus, Ballymena, Ballycastle and Larne, as well as Belfast.
Graveyard Records. Gravestone inscription. The North of Ireland Family History Society (NIFHS) has a large collection of transcriptions of graveyard inscriptions in the Randal Gill Library.
Subject to copyright law and to permission from the organisations supplying the material and to suppressing “recent” events, we plan to place more. 20Ballyclug Ballyclug Church of Ireland Baptisms ; Marriages ; Burials T/ Church of Book which contains mostly household and farm accounts of 68 Drummaul Old Randalstown Presbyterian Church Baptisms ; Marriages File Size: KB.
Ballymena Parish, Ballymena, United Kingdom. likes talking about this 77 were here. Welcome to the facebook page for the Church of Ireland Parish of Kilconriola and Ballyclug.5/5(2). Parish: Ahoghill, Ballyclug, Finvoy, Killagan, Kirkinriola, Rasharkin Title: Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Parishes of County Antrim VIIIBallymena and West Antrim Author: Edited by Angelique Day, Patrick McWilliams and Noirin Dobson Publisher: The Institute of Irish Studies in assoc with the Royal Irish Academy Year: Clergy Rev Mark McConnell - Incumbent.
the rectory Galgorm Road Ballymena BT42 1AE Co Antrim Ms E Carson - Curate. 20 old ballymoney road. BUTLER, JOHN, farmer and owns acres situated in Lot 5, Con.1, and Lot 8, ConBorn in Canada,and came to county with parents two years after. P.O.
address, Lindsay. BARCLAY, SIDNEY, farmer on S. 1/2 Con.2 which he owns ( acres).Came to Victoria County in from New York State, where he was born in When you buy a Beachcrest Home Bristol Porch Swing online from Wayfair, we make it as easy as possible for you to find out when your product will be customer reviews and common Questions and Answers for Beachcrest Home Part #: SEHO on this page.
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Repository: Public Record Office for Northern Ireland PRONI Roughan Roughan 7 John Young Lisbabon Ballynagobbin 8 James McCourtney Cloughenduff Cloughenduff 9 James Anderson Old Park, near Belfast Old Park 10 Samuel Davison Barnish Barnish 11 John Officer Ballykennedy Ballykennedy 12 David Pearson Ballyrobin Ballyrobin.
mitigation strategy. The work was directed by Naomi Carver of the Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork (CAF) under licence to NIEA (AE/13/52). Background The development site is bordered on its western side by Ballyclug Old graveyard, where the original parish church of.
Or marvel at the old solid silver on the dressing table. Or the mahogany wardrobe in the Print Room. Or the mantle-piece clock presented in by the Dromara Steam Company employees.
Or cast a cold eye across the road to the suitably-austere St. Patrick's, local church of the oh-so-descriptively titled nearby parish of Ballyclug.5/5.
Book "A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland" by Samuel Lewis - BALLYCLUG, a parish, in the barony of Lower Antrim, county of Antrim, and province of Ulster; containing with part of the post-town of Ballymena called the village of Henryville, inhabitants.The vault at Skerry was used by the clan chieftains, the O'Neills of Clandeboye.
The O'Neills claim to be the oldest traceable family in Europe with records going back to the mid s. The vault contains the remains of Shane McBrian O'Neill who was the last lord of Clandeboye and it was to him that James I eventually settled the O'Neill estate.Coach parties are welcome and larger groups must book in advance by contacting Jackie Greer on or by email at @ The Parish of Ballyclug dates back to medieval times – the first recorded mention of the parish is .