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The following are a list of book titles relating to Co. Antrim. The topics are varied: history, heritage, genealogy, language and some tourist guides. Some of these may be easily obtainable, some are rare and out of print. Some are books and some pamphlets. The manuscript Revision books for Northern Ireland are held by the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland in Belfast.
They have been digitised and are now available, free to view, on the Revision Books section of PRONI's website. The collection is available as a fully searchable placename index to the Valuation Revision Books covering counties Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry.
The Ordnance Survey Letters are the surveyors' field notes, commentaries and correspondence to the Ordnance Survey headquarters in Dublin.
They were written between and and exist for twenty-nine counties, excluding Cork, Antrim, and Tyrone.
Antrim County Plat Book. The plat books are printed on a 4 year cycle. Please fill out the form completely and return to: Antrim Conservation District Stover Rd.
Bellaire, MI Make all checks payable to: Antrim Conservation District Click below to access the order form. County Antrim Genealogy, Family History Notes and Coats of Arms.
Special extracts from the IGF archives. Part of the Irish Families Project, this reference work includes the complete census for Antrim, County Map, complete listing of modern parishes and placenames as well as older place names, plus coats of arms of families in Antrim taken from the Irish Book of Arms/5(6).
Books. Book Reviews; An article in The Irish Times Magazine in explored the insights garnered from 7, names collated by the Kilkenny Field Name including Co Antrim’s. County Antrim, home to the Giants Causeway, has a rich heritage of myths and legends which is uniquely captured in this collection of traditional tales from across the county.
Featured here are stories of well-known figures from Irish folklore, including Conal Cearnach, with his Pages: General Land Office (GLO) plat maps are derived from original surveyor notes of the State of Michigan. The survey was conducted in the early to mid 's.
All documents pertaining to the original survey of Michigan can be found in the State Archives of Michigan. The Little Book of Antrim is a compendium of fascinating, obscure, strange and entertaining facts about County Antrim. Here you will find out about Antrim's people and places, its business and industry, its spectacular coasts and glens and its proud sporting heritage.
Get this from a library. Antrim Parish, Halifax County, Virginia, vestry book, [Antrim Parish (Halifax County, Virginia: Episcopal)] -- "This book contains photostat prints of the pages of the Vestry Book of Antrim Parish, Halifax County, Virginia County Antrim field name books.
book, in the Episcopal Theological Seminary Library. The original consists, in. Antrim County is seeking Interest Notification Forms for two (2) positions on the Construction Code Board of Appeals. The Construction Code Board of Appeals is seeking one (1) builder and one (1) electrician.
Applicants to the board are required to be licensed and qualified by experience or training in their respective fields. Famed for its thousands of interlocking hexagonal columns that rise vertically like steps, the Giant’s Causeway is a geological oddity that looks distinctly man-made. In fact, the unusual.
Belfast A Guide To Belfast And The Counties Of Down & Antrim [Belfast Naturalists' Field Club] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages.
The Boyds of Craigs, County Antrim in In the book The Blairs of New England, by Emily Wilder Leavitt,pages 24 - 25 there is an letter from Miss Mary Semple, Monthill, Lame, County Antrim, Ulster Province, Ireland, to Mr Blair of the USA when he was trying to find his Blair ancestors in Aghadowey, County Londonderry.
A searchable placename index linking to digitised images of Valuation Revision Books covering counties Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry and Tyrone between the years to The application is searchable by placename (city, county, parish or townland) or by PRONI reference. The cities of Londonderry and Belfast have been.
Based on the real history of Carnton, an antebellum home that served as a Confederate hospital, Colors of Truth follows the journey of an Irish immigrant arriving in a country where her kind isn’t wanted, and of a former Federal soldier returning to the scene of a battle that almost destroyed him.
In Catriona O’Toole arrives in the town of Franklin, Tennessee, searching for her. Know Before You Go. If using a GPS search for the Hedges Hotel. There are coach/car parking and toilet facilities available at the Hedges Hotel—a two-minute walk from the Dark : Eric Grundhauser.
Straid (from the Irish: an tSráid) is a small village in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, about three miles east of Ballyclare, and about six miles inland from lies at the centre of the townland of Straidlands, in the Civil Parish of Ballynure within the Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council area, and in the former barony of Belfast Lower.
The Tithe Applotment Books for list the following tithepayers in the townland- Sturdy, Kelly, Lawrence, Donahy The Ordnance Survey Name Books for give the following description of the townland- Gort úrlainn, 'field of the shaft'.
North-east of parish. Property of Montgomery. Orr is a very common name in County Down and Antrim, I myself am an Orr. There are a number of Orr,s buried in Comber Cemetery.
Several Orr’s came out of East Belfast. Working in the Shipyard. My family moved to Canada in I returned to Northern Ireland in One married and settled in County Antrim; but even tradition has no further information for us concerning either himself or his descendants although from actual knowledge in our possession concerning the other two brothers and their descendants, it seems almost a certainty that he and his family emigrated during the exodus from Ulster to.
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Full text of "Genealogy of the Wallace Family: descended from Robert Wallace of Ballymena, Ireland, with an introduction treating of the origin of the name and locations of the early generations in Scotland" See other formats Gc M.
WW REYNOLDS HISTORICAL GENEALOGY COLLECTION 3 Digitized by tine Internet Arciiive in witii funding from Allen. 1) The Irish Family Name of the Week is: McCullough 2) National Archives Genealogy Fair 3) The Book of the Month is: County Antrim and Belfast Genealogy 4) Oscar Winner: Daniel Day Lewis in County ——-5) Irish Singalong from the ’s 6) DNA convicts the Irish of invasion 7) Irish Video of the Day: Irish Bull.
Not long ago, Mr. John A. Harriman, the county clerk of Antrim County, found an old book with a few of the first leaves fastened together. Upon removing the fastenings, the sealed pages were found to contain the earliest records of the township of Antrim, afterward Megesee, and now Elk Rapids.
This collection houses several types of manuscript records from the Valuation Office in Ireland: field books, house books, quarto books, rent books, survey books, and tenure books.
All of these books helped to inform the publication of Griffith’s Valuation, which was a comprehensive assessment of the rental value of Irish lands and property. At Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Antrim County, MI, a lot of alcohol addicts find all the help they need to get rid of their addiction through support and self-empowerment from a group of people who were once; or still are but are making it through, alcohol addiction.
“It derived its name from W. Gray [my 3 rd great-grandfather] who came from Antrim, England [Ireland or Virginia] in the s and who is the great grandfather of Jim [James Malachi Gray,my great uncle] and Ed Gray [John Ed Gray,my great uncle] and grandfather of Richard Gray [, my great-grandfather].
Some say the first grave was that of a male slave. Peter Reginald Casement was from Ballycastle, County Antrim and fought throughout the Second World War.
He died at home aged 95 on 12th December His WW2 RAF medals and associated log books, various documents, uniforms and photographs were auctioned and the subject of a recent television programme.
Belfast: top 9 attractions County Antrim Belfast Botanic Gardens Now is the time to explore Belfast’s world-class museums, rich history, varied art scene and.
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The Code sets out sets out best practice in the field and provides you with the latest guidance about which plants you can and can't pick, even with landowner permission (including all plants on prohibited lists such as Schedule 8), and.
Notes. MacDonnell of Antrim: There is a pedigree of this ancient family contained in the De La Ponce MSS., deposited in the Library of the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, which would well repay perusal. In Connellan's Four Masters it is said:—Some of the ancestors of the tribe "Clan Colla" having gone from Ulster in remote times, settled in Scotland, chiefly in Argyle, and the Hebrides, and.
PENAL MASS SITES IN THE GLENS: The Rev. Patrick Mc Kavanagh. Discovering the old Mass sites in Glenravel, Cushendall, Cushendun, Glenariffe. Some sites known because of their Irish names eg Knockanaffrin in Glenravel; carved stone in Innispollan.
Databases compiled from Seventeenth-Century Census Substitutes. the "Dunluce Walk" in County Antrim was centred on the town of Dunluce which was just outside the castle. It covered the baronies of Cary, Dunluce and Kilconway in North Antrim as well as the baronies of Coleraine and North East Liberties in County Londonderry.
The name was. Full text of "Standard atlas of Antrim County, Michigan: including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county patrons directory, reference business directory and departments devoted to general information" See other formats.
Antrim Surname List extracted by Joanne J. Hughes from Ireland Exhibited to England, In a Political and Moral Survey of Her Population, and in a Statistical and Scenographic Tour of Certain Districts etc., London, Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, London, Vol. Fergusson James, Ballyclare, Brackney Hill; Fergusson James, Ballyclare, Henryfield.
dedication and commitment. Stan had come to Co. Antrim from England in the early s, and he soon became an active member of both the Belfast Naturalists’ Field Club and the BSBI. Many of his field excursions were made in the company of his close friend John Wilde who was, like Stan, both an employee of Courtaulds and a native of Size: 3MB.
Parishes of County Antrim, Vols.8 () and 21 (). Published by the Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University of Belfast, hb E17, pb E Two recent books from the Institute of Irish Studies' publication programme are of importance to those interested in the local history of the Lisburn area.
- Guide to Northern Ireland ancestry, family history and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, parish registers, and military records.
STEWART and WHITE families of BROUGHSHANE, County ANTRIM Belfast Forum - Your forum for Even though I do not know the name of the father of my ggggGpa James Stewart, this article contains genealogical evidence of his ancestry back to Alexander Stewart, 4th High Steward of Scotland (b.
circad. circa ). (the title was passed to. N.W. Moors is an author who writes about the small town of Antrim, Maine and the magical happenings that take place there.
According to the report on the annual agricultural holdings in Ireland, there was an exceptionally high number of leaseholders in Antrim – the figure was per cent of the total holdings, compared with per cent in the province of Ulster as a whole.
11 In light of the evidence of the local witnesses given to the Devon Commission init is clear that this situation had.