Stewart’s in the British Army Service Records 1760-1915

Results for Stewart, Stuart & Steward who served in the British Army Service Records 1760-1915

First name(s)     Last name           Birth year            Birth parish         Service number                Regiment            Series

Albert Fortescue      Stewart               1869       Dublin   2166   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Alex Stewart 1881    Dungannon        2016       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Alexander  Stewart 1784 Drumcree         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Alexander  Stewart 1790               Muckno WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Alexander  Stewart 1790               Muffney WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Alexander  Stewart 1792               Aghadooey         98           Royal Irish Regiment – 18th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Alexander  Stewart 1792               Drumlace WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Alexander  Stewart 1794   Dromore   18   Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regiment) – 57th & 77th Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Alexander  Stewart 1798               ST Marys     Gloucestershire Regiment – 28th & 61st Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Alexander Stewart          1823       Ballynure   Gloucestershire Regiment – 28th & 61st Foot      WO131

Alexander Stewart          1824       Newtonwards    61st Foot, 50th Foot        WO131

Alexander  Stewart 1869               Shankhill              2224       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Alexander  Stewart 1870     Ballymena    3081   WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Alexander  Stewart 1871  Ballymacarrett   1517    WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Alexander  Stewart 1871    Blaris     1228   WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Alexander  Stewart 1872               Ballymacarrett   3134       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Alexander  Stewart 1878    Newtownards   3349   WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Alexander  Stewart 1878   ST Marks   5730       Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria’s) – 87th & 89th Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Alexr     Steward               1800       Drumcrea WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Alexr Stewart 1786          Killyman    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Alexr Stewart 1791          Muckney   Royal Regiment of Veterans       WO121

Alexr Stewart 1794          Armagh   Royal Regiment of Veterans       WO121

Alexr Stewart 1800          Dromore   Royal Regiment of Veterans       WO121

Alexr Stewart 1837  Belfast  3318       Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regiment) – 57th & 77th Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Alfred Stewart Warningstown  9305       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Allen Stewart     Ardstraw             South Staffordshire Regiment – 38th & 80th Foot WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Andrew Stewart 1799    Killone  101   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Andrew Stewart 1815    Astraw  1346 North Staffordshire Regiment (The Prince of Wales’s) – 64th & 98th Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Andrew Stewart 1826    Rossary   1727       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Andrew Stewart 1827    Annishill  3364       Buffs (East Kent Regiment) – 3rd Foot     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Andrew Stewart 1828    Donoghmore     701         Princess Charlotte of Wales’s (Royal Berkshire Regiment) – 49th & 66th Foot     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Andrew Stewart 1838    Castlebar    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Andrew Stewart 1839    Girvaghey  1549 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Andrew Stewart 1842    Fivemiletown    856 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Andrew Stewart 1843    Pomeroy   546  Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) – 45th & 95th Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Andrew Stewart 1847    Kellymen   25935    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Andrew Stewart 1866    Glendaharky      Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) – 26th Foot & 90th Light Infantry    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Andrew Stewart 1870    Cammoney         2395       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Andrew Stewart 1871    Shankhill   1425       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Angus  Stewart 1874       Shankhill  3470       Hussars – 8th (King’s Royal Irish)                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Archibald Stewart 1835  Ballyclare   1563 Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) – 26th Foot & 90th Light Infantry    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Archibald Stewart 1874  Killerogan    25654    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Archibald Stewart 1886  Belfast  706   WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Arthur  James    Stuart    1827       Killevan    1948 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Arthur  Stewart 1834      Cavan    2421       Royal Sussex Regiment – 35th & 107th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Belfour  Hamilton  Stewart 1848     Shankhill      1482       Devonshire Regiment – 11th Foot    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Benjamin  Stewart 1862     Annaghmore     Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Benjamin  Stewart 1862    Annaghmore  13841    WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Bernd  Stewart Mayh?gell    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Blarney Stewart 1820     Mucknoe    552         Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

C Stewart    Longford     55586    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Edward   Stuart    1843       Dummagh           860         Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Parnell Stewart 1879      St Michaels         6144       Royal Irish Regiment – 18th Foot    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Stewart 1776     Tulglass    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Stewart 1779     Nodeen     Essex Regiment – 44th & 56th Foot           WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles Stewart 1781      Drogheda     Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO121

Charles  Stewart 1792     Oristown    69   Lancers – 12th (Prince Of Wales’s Royal)WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Stewart 1798     Templenew 209 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Stewart 1808     Belfast  Royal Artillery WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Stewart 1814     Cork Royal Artillery WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Stewart 1819     Rahoo   928         Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Stewart 1830     Kilnakilty   355 Worcestershire Regiment – 29th & 36th Foot       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Stewart 1847     Newtownbrady    593 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Stewart 1858     Abbeyleix   1730 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Stewart 1858     Castleblaney      4261       Scots Guards      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Stewart 1863   Newtownards   3311       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Charles  Stewart 1863     Newtownards   45422    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Stewart 1864     Rathmines  2431       Dragoon Guards WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Stewart 1882     Aglish    1790       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Charles     Stuart    1779       Calladown    Essex Regiment – 44th & 56th Foot           WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles     Stuart    1854       Strokestown      15 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Charles  Stuart    1872       ST Bride    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Craig Stewart 1839           Newry     2476       Royal Munster Fusiliers – 101st & 104th Foot        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Daniel Stewart 1786 Glunn  Princess Charlotte of Wales’s (Royal Berkshire Regiment) – 49th & 66th Foot WO121

Daniel  Stewart 1863       Shankhill    2649       Royal Garrison Artillery  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Daniel  Stewart 1863       Shankhill    855         Princess of Wales’s Own (Yorkshire Regiment) – 19th Foot            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Daniel  Stewart 1883       Shankhill    3874       Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) – 26th Foot & 90th Light Infantry    WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Daniel   Stuart    1874       Templemore      4325       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

David  John  Stewart 1873   Newtownards   1335  WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

David  John  Stewart 1874  Newtownards   3260       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

David  Stewart 1781        Lyson    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

David Stewart    1819       Coleraine WO131

David Stewart    1819       Coleraine Lancers WO131

David  Stewart 1827        Bangor  2772       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

David  Stewart 1828        Shankhill    1236       Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

David  Stewart 1829  Kilmore   2707  Prince of Wales’s Own (West Yorkshire Regiment) – 14th Foot    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

David  Stewart 1835        Castleblaney      4163       Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) – 50th & 97th Foot     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

David  Stewart 1836        Cavan    691         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

David  Stewart 1837        Tullylish                1103       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

David  Stewart 1840        DI?         ?              Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

David  Stewart 1866        Belfast  2550       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

David  Stewart 1873        On H N Orient    3212       Hussars – 10th (Prince Of Wales’s Own Royal)      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

David  Stewart 1875        Ballyroney           1959       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

David  Stewart 1877        Belfast  4759       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

David  Stewart 1892        Ballymacarck      39243    Royal Garrison Artillery  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

David     Stuart    1874       Lifford   1987       Scots Guards      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

David     Stuart    1874       Lifford   374         WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Edward  P Stewart 1870 Maghera  164 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Edward  Packenham Stewart 1870            Maghera              16810    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Edward  Packenham Stewart 1871            Maghera              25134    Imperial Yeomanry          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Edward  Stewart 1792    Drumreilly  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Edward  Stewart 1812    Rathkeale    804         Hampshire Regiment – 37th & 67th Foot    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Edward  Stewart 1830    Drumreilly           1740       Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Edward  Stewart 1839    Shankle  62  Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) – 45th & 95th Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

EUGENE Stewart 1860    ST Andrews        2640       Dragoon Guards               WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Francis Stewart 1877       Muckno    1187       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Francis Stewart                 Enis McSale        Royal Regiment of Veterans       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Francis Stewart 1861       ST Mary 48538   Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Francis Stewart 1887  Innis Macsaint   2948 WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Francis  Stuart    1786       Hacketstown     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Frederick  Stewart 1881 Shankhill              3517       Royal Horse & Field Artillery        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Frederick  Stewart 1891 N/A        58177    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Frederic Stewart 1854    Colerain               1913       Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George  Alexander  Stewart 1860             Drumragh            2052       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George  Blackhall Stewart 1873  Shankhill              26212    Imperial Yeomanry          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George  Sampson  Stewart 1840  ST John    3688       Royal Dublin Fusiliers – 102nd & 103rd Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George  Wm Stewart 1849           ST Thomas          1197       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George  Stewart  Clonguish  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George  Stewart  Derry/ Londonderry  9866       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

George  Stewart 1782    Bright    Dragoon Guards – 6th (Carabiniers) WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George Stewart                1784       Antrim                  50Th Reg              WO121

George  Stewart 1795    Drumnally           WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George  Stewart 1810    Shankhill              711         Leicestershire Regiment – 17th Foot        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George  Stewart 1838    Drumgrath          3147       Royal Munster Fusiliers – 101st & 104th Foot        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George  Stewart 1855    Derry/ Londonderry       353         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George  Stewart 1880    Shankill 5609  Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria’s) – 87th & 89th Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George  Stewart 1883    ST James    2898       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

George  Stewart 1892    Omagh 64369    Royal Horse & Field Artillery        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George                 Stuart    1791       Derravowan       Grenadier Guards            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George                 Stuart    1859       St Catherine       974 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George Stuart    1866       Armagh  467         WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

George                 Stuart    1882       Fermoy     4218       Royal Horse & Field Artillery        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

George                 Stuart    1882       ST James              5939 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Grahamn  Stewart 1794 Aufield                 46           King’s Own Scottish Borderers – 25th Foot            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Hamilton  Stewart  Templemore      5592       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Hamilton  Stewart 1867 Shankhill  1149       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Daniel  Stewart 1871          Limerick               25642    Royal Engineers                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Hunter Stewart 1820         ST James              4817       Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart   Aughgallon  Royal Artillery WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart   Monaghan          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart   1744       Tallyo    South Wales Borderers – 24th Foot          WO121

Henry Stewart   1766  Drumcree   Royal Welsh Fusiliers – 23rd Foot               WO121

Henry Stewart 1785        Clondonnelly     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart 1821        Fermoy                1261       Lincolnshire Regiment – 10th FootWO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart 1836        Templemore      234 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart 1837        Kilrea     308         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart 1845        Belfast  1095       Lincolnshire Regiment – 10th Foot WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart 1847        Glenfernan         1831 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart 1858        Randalstown      1552 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart 1863        Shankhill              2912       Cheshire Regiment – 22nd Foot WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart 1865        N/A        982         WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Henry Stewart 1866        Newtownards   1522       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart 1867        Armagh                7178       Medical Staff Corps         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart 1872        Derry/ Londonderry       85666    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart 1878        Portglenone   3025          WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Henry Stewart 1881        Belfast  4986       Scots Guards      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry Stewart 1883        ST Nicholas         6880       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry    Stuart    1781       Celbridge             WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Henry    Stuart    1828       ST Marys              2321       Suffolk Regiment – 12th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Harry  Welsh      Stuart    1881       Ballymacarrett   5659       Lancers WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Horitia Stewart 1879       Ballymacarrett   581         Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Hugh  Stewart 1834         Carrador              3338       Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) – 45th & 95th Foot             WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Hugh  Stewart 1852         Ballymacarrett   1744 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Hugh  Stewart 1869         Moneymore 1173            WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Hugh  Stewart 1869         Tamlaght             2913       Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria’s) – 87th & 89th Foot            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Hugh  Stewart 1871         Shankhill              3839       Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria’s) – 87th & 89th Foot            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Irwin      Stuart    Dunmoor             South Wales Borderers – 24th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Jackson Stewart 1875     Ballymoney        95346    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Alexander            Stuart    1883       Conna   6021       King’s (Liverpool Regiment) – 8th Foot    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Charles Stuart    1865       ST Michaels        724 WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Wilson Stewart 1875        Belfast  10999    Imperial Yeomanry          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart                 Belfast  9165       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart                 Kilkenny            Royal Regiment of Veterans       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart                 Kilkenny               WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart                 Rye        2320       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart                 ST Thomas          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James Stewart 1751       Antrim                  Royal Regiment of Veterans       WO121

James Stewart 1752       Antrim                  Fencible Regiments        WO121

James Stewart 1753       Mucimore           Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) – 50th & 97th Foot     WO

James Stewart 1766       Tipperary             Royal Regiment of Veterans       WO121

James Stewart 1772       Drumlane            Quee’s Own Cameron Highlanders – 79th Foot   WO121

James  Stewart 1774       Muckney   Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria’s) – 87th & 89th Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1775       ST John   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1784       Donoughmore  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1787       Drumacose         Royal Irish Regiment – 18th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1788       Gulloney              Princess Charlotte of Wales’s (Royal Berkshire Regiment) – 49th & 66th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1790       Armagh/Down  73           Highland Light Infantry – 71st & 74th Foot              WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1790       Ballymoray          Life Guards – 1stWO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1793       Kaighane King’s Own Scottish Borderers – 25th Foot         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1796       Lack       259 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1797       Loughgill Devonshire Regiment – 11th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1806       Kilboran               837         Manchester Regiment – 63rd & 96th Foot             WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1816       Cleenish  1491       South Staffordshire Regiment – 38th & 80th Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1824       Cootehill   2131 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James Stewart 1826  Seagoe    7th Brigade Regt Of Rl Artillery Dragoons   WO131

James  Stewart 1826       Seagoe 987         Royal Canadian Rifles     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James Stewart 1826       Seagr    Royal Artillery 7th Brigade            WO131

James  Stewart 1828       Larne     2157       Northamptonshire Regiment – 48th & 58th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1829       Belfast  125         Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) – 7th Foot         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1832       Ballymoney        769         Manchester Regiment – 63rd & 96th Foot             WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1835       Coleisland           7210       Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1835       Kilmarenan         250 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1835       Minamore           3241       Norfolk Regiment – 9th Foot       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1837       Annahill                4184 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1838       Ballymacarrett   1032       Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry – 32nd & 46th Foot        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1838       Shankhill              4101       Duke of Edinburgh’s (Wiltshire Regiment) – 62nd & 99th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1839       Belfast  2919       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1842       Fermanagh         544         Royal Scots Fusiliers – 21st Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1843       Carragullien        897         Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment) – 2nd Foot           WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1850       Blaris     17307    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1850       Lisburn 954         Hussars – 3rd The King’s Own      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1853       Aglish    34           WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1854       Letterkenny       1207 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1857       Shankhill              664 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1859       Ballymascanlon 2274 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1860       Saintfield             2138 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1861       Ballymurphy       2209 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1861       Cappagh              296 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1863       Armoy  48610    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1866       Shankhill              1848       Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria’s) – 87th & 89th Foot            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1866       Sovey    1126       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1867  Castlebar  150         WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1868   Templemore   965         WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1873       Shankhill  3228       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1873       Shankhill    4540       Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1874       Newtownards   3919       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1875       Belfast  62           WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1875       Buruban               4042       Royal Scots Fusiliers – 21st Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1875       Shankhill              3795       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1876       Blaris     2122       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1877       B M Caret 3961       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1878       Blaris     4808       Lincolnshire Regiment – 10th Foot            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1878       Bray       5369       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1878       Ranelagh             6552       Grenadier Guards            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1879  Ballkycastle   9208       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1879       Shankhill              5645       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1881  Orney   8427       Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria’s) – 87th & 89th Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1881       Shankill 5772       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James  Stewart 1882       Tulliskin 1448       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1884       Armagh   4358       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1884  Warringtown     4447       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1887       Larne     5203       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1889       Belfast  5656       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James  Stewart 1889       Dromara    5499       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

James   Stuart 1779         Dunkerrin     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James   Stuart    1780       Gartham   Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria’s) – 87th & 89th Foot            WO121

James   Stuart    1826       Drylone    1825       Royal Engineers   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James   Stuart    1827       Dungannon        2280       Prince of Wales’s Own (West Yorkshire Regiment) – 14th Foot    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James   Stuart    1841       Connor 20962    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

James   Stuart    1878       ST Michaels        3637       Royal Engineers                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Charles  Stewart 1840         Aghedowey       531         Lancers – 16th (Queen’s)   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Edward     Stuart    1880       ST James  5913 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John      Steward               1821       Killeleagh 1319  Cheshire Regiment – 22nd Foot WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John      Steward    1830       Ahaghgbeg         627         Royal Sussex Regiment – 35th & 107th Foot    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John      Steward   1834       Belfast  4717       Coldstream Guards         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John      Steward    1868       Castleblaney      59438    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart    Amatras    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart    Donaghkiddy  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart    Mahara  Connaught Rangers – 88th & 94th Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart    Shankhill              WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

John Stewart     1749       St Marys  Border Regiment – 34th & 55th Foot        WO121

John Stewart     1750 Dunmore   Worcestershire Regiment – 29th & 36th Foot       WO121

John Stewart     1755       Maughragill        Royal Garrison Battalions              WO121

John Stewart     1758  Clandermont     Devonshire Regiment – 11th Foot             WO121

John Stewart     1760   Ballymony  South Wales Borderers – 24th Foot          WO121

John Stewart     1766       Dungannon        Dragoon Guards               WO121

John  Stewart 1776          Dinvagnery         Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1778          Magheragell       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1783          Donagh  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1783          Donough    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John Stewart     1784       Donaghamore   Royal Regiment of Veterans       WO121

John  Stewart 1784          Donaghmore     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1787          Killiord                  Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1787          ST Mary                Royal Horse Artillery       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1790          Shankhill              113         Suffolk Regiment – 12th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1792          Tronmore            Connaught Rangers – 88th & 94th Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1793          Castlereagh        85           Durham Light Infantry – 68th & 106th Foot            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1802          Stewartstown   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1806          Whitehorn          385         Royal Newfoundland Companies              WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1807          Castlecomer       422         Devonshire Regiment – 11th Foot             WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1807          Drumbeg             1527       Welsh Regiment – 41st & 69th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1807          Tegoa    270         Dorsetshire Regiment – 39th & 54th Foot              WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1808          Innismacsaint    454         Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1808          Killinchy                2071       Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry – 32nd & 46th Foot        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1809          Kilcronaghan     Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1810          Enniskillen           169         Dragoons – 6th (Inniskilling)         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1811          Ballinascreen     625         Royal Irish Regiment – 18th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1811          Ballyrashane      873         Worcestershire Regiment – 29th & 36th Foot       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1822          Killcorman           1243       Duke of Edinburgh’s (Wiltshire Regiment) – 62nd & 99th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1824          Ballymena           1936       Dorsetshire Regiment – 39th & 54th Foot              WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1828          Donagh                470         Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1828          Killomacrana      1696       Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1830          Belfast  3407       Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) – 45th & 95th Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1830          Derry/ Londonderry       2408    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1835          Blaris 2511           Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1837          Armagh                356         Lancers – 9th (Queen’s Royal)     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1837          Donerail               4951       Royal Dublin Fusiliers – 102nd & 103rd Foot           WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1837          Killaloe  705         Buffs (East Kent Regiment) – 3rd Foot     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1838          Kesh      424         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1840          Castlebridge       279         Hampshire Regiment – 37th & 67th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1841          Dungannon        6523       Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1843          Belfast  630         Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) – 45th & 95th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1843          Racavin 410         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1846          Shankhill 1480    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1851          Drogheda            3425       Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1851          Kilconriolia          1818       Gordon Highlanders – 75th & 92nd FootWO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1853          Celbridge             422         Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1857          Kilead    644         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1858          N/A        4308       Hussars – 7th (Queen’s Own)      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1860          Killaish  1901       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1860          Leitrim  1065       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1860          Tullyish 194         Royal Irish Regiment – 18th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1863          Shankhill 2664    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1865          Belfast  1019       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

John  Stewart 1867          Ballymenah        2703       Dragoon Guards WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1867          Lisburn 1590       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1867          Shankhill 1357    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1868    Clones 1977       Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria’s) – 87th & 89th Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1868   Shankhill  1574       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

John  Stewart 1871          Ballyeaston         2813       King’s (Liverpool Regiment) – 8th Foot    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1871  Monaghan 2402 WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

John  Stewart 1872          Tempo  79074    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1873          Shankhill 87639 Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1878          Ballymacarret    22346    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1878          Lecomper            6673       Lancers WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1878          Shankhill              3736       DragoonsWO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1879          Coleraine             6018       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1879          Drumgooland    2661       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

John  Stewart 1879          Drumgooland    5538       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1879   Kingstown  3501       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

John  Stewart 1880          Doe        6928       Royal Irish Regiment – 18th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1881          Ballinahinch        17407    Royal Garrison Artillery  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1882          Finvoy   6999       Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise’s) – 91st & 93rd Foot WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

John  Stewart 1883          Finvoy   7634       Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise’s) – 91st & 93rd Foot WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

John  Stewart 1883          N/A        4952       Dragoons WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1883          Warrenpoint      11558    Royal Garrison Artillery  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1884          Finvore                 9563       Royal Scots Fusiliers – 21st Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1885  Shankill   8165       Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria’s) – 87th & 89th Foot    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1885          Tullyfern              2223       Irish Guards        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1886          Derry/ Londonderry       8566       Royal Scots Fusiliers – 21st Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1889          Kealy     2931       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

John  Stewart 1889          Keely     9002       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John  Stewart 1893          Aghadowey        10428    Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John      Stuart    Blainss  Grenadier Guards WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John      Stuart    1755  Dromore   Worcestershire Regiment – 29th & 36th Foot       WO121

John      Stuart    1770       Donoughmore  WO121

John      Stuart    1793       Shankhill              Gordon Highlanders – 75th & 92nd Foot WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John      Stuart    1796       Desartlin  161     Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John      Stuart    1835       Castleclaney       3090       Leicestershire Regiment – 17th Foot        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John      Stuart    1838       Belfast  262         Dragoons – 1st (Royal)    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John      Stuart    1851       Tandragee  1871       Oxfordshire Light Infantry – 43rd & 52nd Light Infantry    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

John      Stuart    1877       Shankhill              3694       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

John      Stuart  1883  ST Muligays  2246WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Joseph de Silva Stewart                ST Peters             4214       Royal Army Medical Corps           WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Joseph Stewart                 Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Joseph Stewart                 Augloo                  Fencible Regiments        WO121

Joseph Stewart                 1739       Augloo                  Fencible Regiments        WO121

Joseph Stewart 1813      Kilmainham        Royal Horse & Field Artillery        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Joseph Stewart 1837      Ahalry381            Loyal North Lancashire Regiment – 47th & 81st Foot         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Joseph Stewart 1870      N/A   1056    WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Joseph Stewart 1877   Banbridge    6395       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Joseph Stewart 1878      Ennisxkillen   1103       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Joseph Stewart 1880      Bray       6003   WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Joseph Stewart 1883      Shankhill              7467       Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria’s) – 87th & 89th Foot            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Joseph  Stuart    1856       Shankill 145         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Lorenzo Moore  Stewart 1882    Harrington Lt      1104       Irish Guards        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Martin Stewart 1815       ST John  907        Cape Mounted Riflemen              WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Martin Stewart 1867       Dublin   2598       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Mathew Stewart   Colraine   3317  Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise’s) – 91st & 93rd Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Michael Stewart 1798     Rathkeale    70    Lincolnshire Regiment – 10th Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Michael Stewart 1832     ST Marys   4131  Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria’s) – 87th & 89th Foot    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Michael Stewart 1862     Clonenagh   1110 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Michael Stewart 1868     Maghera   320         WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Nathaniel  Stewart 1788     Killincare Lancers – 16th (Queen’s)            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Neil Stewart       1820       Dale       Dragoons             WO131

Nicholas  A Stewart 1850               Dublin   1349       Highland Light Infantry – 71st & 74th Foot              WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Norman Stewart 1880    Glasgow               3958       Army Ordnance Corps   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Patk Stewart 1780            Tubber East Surrey Regiment – 31st & 70th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Patk       Stuart    1787       ST John    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Patrick  Steward               1826       Trinity   2545       East Yorkshire Regiment – 15th Foot        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Patrick  Steward               1888       Stradbally            9373       Royal Irish Regiment – 18th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Patrick  Steward               1889       Kilmacthomas    4916       Royal Irish Regiment – 18th Foot                WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Patrick Stewart 1799       Maylough  Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) – 45th & 95th Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Patrick Stewart 1808       Tuam     564         Gloucestershire Regiment – 28th & 61st Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Patrick Stewart 1838       Shankhill              219         Hampshire Regiment – 37th & 67th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Patrick Stewart 1861  Ballymena   976         WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Patrick Stewart 1869       Inver     1649       Life Guards – 2ndWO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Patrick Stewart 1870       Newtown            75169    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Patrick Stewart 1877    Castlebar  1241       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Patrick  Stuart    1886       Newry  3592    WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Percy     Steward 1882     Ennis     24612    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Peter Stewart 1828         Monaghan          944         Dragoons – 2nd (Royal Scots Greys)         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Peter Stewart 1876         Snniskillen   2106 WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Richard  Stewart 1866     Cloogfordon 631     Border Regiment – 34th & 55th Foot        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Richard Stewart    1764       Dunmore   Royal Regiment of Veterans       WO121

Richard Stewart 1806      ST Michaels        228         King’s Royal Rifle Corps – 60th Rifles         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Richard Stewart 1807 Muckno Royal Artillery WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Richard Stewart 1839      Carlow  193         Lancers – 5th (Royal Irish)             WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Richard Stewart 1839      Hacketstown     1533       Lincolnshire Regiment – 10th Foot            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Richard Stewart 1840      Dublin   6515       Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Richard Stuart    1750       Seago    Dragoons             WO121

Robert Hanna Stewart 1889    Lambeg  6854       Manchester Regiment – 63rd & 96th Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart  Ballimore WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart               Cookstown         King’s Royal Rifle Corps – 60th Rifles         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1775     Ahoughill  Connaught Rangers – 88th & 94th Foot              WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1776     Raphoe Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) – 26th Foot & 90th Light Infantry   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1789     Antrim  Lancashire Fusiliers – 20th Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert Stewart                 1792       Ahoghall              Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) – 26th Foot & 90th Light Infantry    WO121

Robert  Stewart 1794     Drumachore WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1796     Armagh                120         Prince of Wales’s Own (West Yorkshire Regiment) – 14th Foot    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1796     MT ST Ennis        Suffolk Regiment – 12th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1797     Kiddey  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1797     Kiddey  80           Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) – 26th Foot & 90th Light Infantry    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1800     Loughall               252         North Staffordshire Regiment (The Prince of Wales’s) – 64th & 98th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1805     Keady   570         Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise’s) – 91st & 93rd Foot WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1808     Leck       578         Highland Light Infantry – 71st & 74th Foot              WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1818     Artrea   1117       Suffolk Regiment – 12th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1820     Tully       920         Lincolnshire Regiment – 10th Foot            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1825     Rostrevor            1986       Prince Albert’s (Somersetshire Light Infantry) – 13th Foot              WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1826     Cannonay 3935 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1826     Rossary                1665       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert Stewart                 1830       Omagh                 2/13th Regt        WO131

Robert Stewart   1831  Omagh  Prince Albert’s (Somersetshire Light Infantry) – 13th Foot     WO131

Robert  Stewart 1837     Balteagh 114      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1837     Kirkcubben 2479 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1838     Donagh    3058       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert    Stewart 1839    Shankhill              192         Hussars – 20th    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1840     Waterford           536         Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert    Stewart 1846    Ballyminey 1012                Worcestershire Regiment – 29th & 36th Foot       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert    Stewart 1865    Donaghmore     3010       Hussars – 8th (King’s Royal Irish)                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert    Stewart 1865    Lisburn 394         WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Robert    Stewart 1866    Shankhill              984         Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1867     Enniskillen  150  WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Robert    Stewart 1869    Belfast  1268       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Robert  Stewart 1872     Shankhill              3157       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1874     N/A        98565    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1877  Waringstown     2287       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Robert    Stewart 1883    Ballymena  3270       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Robert    Stewart 1884    Ahoghill 6209     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert  Stewart 1884  Derry/ Londonderry 3679  WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Robert  Stewart 1885     Ahoghill                9196       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert Stewart 1887       Tullinskin 2966   WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Robert  Stuart    1810  Killanskin 2676   Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) – 50th & 97th Foot     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robert   Stuart    1864       ST Patrick   1357       Royal Dublin Fusiliers – 102nd & 103rd Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robt Stewart     1752       Tamlough            Royal Regiment of Veterans       WO121

Robt Stewart     1753   Tamlert      York and Lancaster Regiment – 65th & 84th Foot    WO121

Robt Stewart 1782           Augholo WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Robt Stewart 1797           Clougher WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Saml  Stewart    Newtownards   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Alexander           Stuart    1872       Cahirceveen       3798       Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria’s) – 87th & 89th Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Steward               1825       Drumilly 2683     Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Steward 1830     Kilmoylan 1226  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Stewart                1778       Currin                    68th Reg              WO121

Samuel Stewart 1780      Newtownards   Oxfordshire Light Infantry – 43rd & 52nd Light Infantry    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Stewart 1783      Glendermot       South Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Volunteers) – 40th & 82nd Foot   WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Stewart 1784      Donaghamore Derry/ Londonderry WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Stewart 1791      Newry  Devonshire Regiment – 11th Foot             WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Stewart 1802      Ahoghill  1063    Royal Canadian Rifles     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Stewart 1802      Coleraine             334         Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort’s Own)       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Stewart 1835      LoughgillY            4654       Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Stewart 1841      Drumgrath          1306 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Stewart 1842      Cappagh              3003       King’s (Shropshire Light Infantry) – 53rd & 85th Foot         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Stewart 1879      Leesert reat  31571          Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Stewart 1885      Lifford   7588       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Samuel Stewart 1887  Seapatrick   3829       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Samuel Stewart 1889  Seapatrick  4830       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Smiley Stewart 1774       Asharea King’s Own Scottish Borderers – 25th Foot WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Stephen Stewart 1873   ST Andion            2923       Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regiment – 100th & 109th Foot WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Theodosilis Skiplen McCameland Stewart 1864   Derry/ Londonderry       2973       Dragoons             WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas R Stewart 1849 Enniskillen 2029 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas  Steward     1755       Mullabrack    Dragoons             WO121

Thomas Stewart   Kill  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart               Kirkill     Princess of Wales’s Own (Yorkshire Regiment) – 19th Foot            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart               Tilliesken WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas    Stewart  1777       Castlefin              Dragoon Guards               WO121

Thomas Stewart 1785     Calms    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1785     ST Marys Royal Regiment of Veterans    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1796     Kilgarvan Northamptonshire Regiment – 48th & 58th Foot             WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1800     Castledermot    136         Royal Irish Regiment – 18th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1802     Deganny 182 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1805     Lisenabreen 608               Royal Canadian Rifles     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1822     Arney    3498       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1822     Devenish             1251       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1827     Clonmel               2272       Bedfordshire Regiment – 16th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1828     Aanaduff             3484       South Staffordshire Regiment – 38th & 80th Foot              WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1832     Enniskillen           2793       Essex Regiment – 44th & 56th Foot           WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1856     Dungiven 2576  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1860     Lurgan  2259       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1862     Ballymena           4942       Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria’s) – 87th & 89th Foot            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1866     Cork       1347       King’s (Liverpool Regiment) – 8th Foot    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1869     Newtownards   1481       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Thomas Stewart 1872     Collon   1142       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Thomas Stewart 1874     Belfast  3328       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Thomas Stewart 1875     Portglanore        98789′   Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1877     Blaris     2326    WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Thomas Stewart 1878     Clonleigh   2803       Royal Artillery    WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Thomas Stewart 1879     Camas   2005    WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Thomas Stewart 1881     Belfast  1190     WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Thomas Stewart 1881     N T Stewart        2136       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Thomas Stewart 1889     Derry/ Londonderry Aughey       7949       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1889     Larne     DragoonsWO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas Stewart 1895     ST Marys  6016       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

Thomas                Stuart    1793       Dunlaw   Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry – 32nd & 46th Foot        WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thomas                Stuart    1845       Dumblane 1600 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Thos Stewart     1789       Killiskeen             Royal Regiment of Veterans       WO121

THOS     Stuart    1776       Kilkennyu            WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1836      Newmarket        538         Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Blaney   Stuart    1865       Castleblaney      19006, 8171         Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Henry Stewart 1872         Blaris     2747       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Henry Stewart 1873 Blaris 1430 WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William James  Stewart 1874  Aughnish 1460   WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William John  Stewart 1836          Killinchy                24           Lancashire Fusiliers – 20th Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William John  Stewart 1836          Lisburn 3800       Royal Irish Regiment – 18th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William John  Stewart 1839          Belfast  491 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William John  Stewart 1840          Armagh   140         Gloucestershire Regiment – 28th & 61st Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William John  Stewart 1858          Skerry & Rathcavan 2163              Hussars – 18th    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William John  Stewart 1873          Layde    4117       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William John  Stewart 1878          Lisburn 6715 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Steuart 1751       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Steward   1876       ST Francis  5112       Royal Dublin Fusiliers – 102nd & 103rd Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart   Ashfield    Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regiment – 100th & 109th Foot   WO121

William Stewart     Crosgarr  1073       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart     Enniskillen           3936       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart  1761       Killelea   Northamptonshire Regiment – 48th & 58th Foot  WO121

William Stewart                1770       Newry                  Dragoons             WO121

William Stewart 1783      Donoughmore  3              Dragoon Guards – 6th (Carabiniers)          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart    1786       Ashfield   Royal Regiment of Veterans       WO121

William Stewart 1787      Aghgill   Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1792      Loughgile             38           East Surrey Regiment – 31st & 70th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1793      Aughallon Royal Artillery               WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1796      Mullingar             112         Light Dragoons – 11th     WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1798      Donaghadee      319         Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort’s Own)       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1799      Clogher                243         Royal Irish Regiment – 18th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1806      Drumcree            387 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1809      Donegare            339         Royal Sussex Regiment – 35th & 107th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1809      Tillaleskin 518     Welsh Regiment – 41st & 69th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1810      Belfast  578         Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1810      ST Johns 1996    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1813      Drumcree 698    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1824      Sego      2480       Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1826      Drumcree            368 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart                1826       Drumerce            Rl Artillery 7th Brigade   WO131

William Stewart 1827      Ardsstraw 3091 Essex Regiment – 44th & 56th Foot           WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1827      Lagall     1930       East Surrey Regiment – 31st & 70th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1833      Kirkbarron           2516       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1835      Dromane             3608       Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regiment) – 57th & 77th Foot                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1836      Newwmarket    538         Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1837      1042       Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regiment – 100th & 109th Foot              WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1842      Ballymena           835         Highland Light Infantry – 71st & 74th Foot              WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1847      Lettermore         441         Royal Scots Fusiliers – 21st Foot  WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1849      Buttervant          81           Welsh Regiment – 41st & 69th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1850      Doagh   1653       Gordon Highlanders – 75th & 92nd Foot WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1855      Ballymoney        187         Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) – 26th Foot & 90th Light Infantry    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1858      Shankhill              4259       Scots Guards      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1863   Donaghenery 203 WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1863      Kells       247         Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) – 26th Foot & 90th Light Infantry    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1863      Kells       438         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1866      Clooney 880 WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1866      Drumcrea            58940    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1866      Glendermott 66                WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1867      Clintaugh 1856   Highland Light Infantry – 71st & 74th Foot              WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1867      Drumragh            1376       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1867 HIillsborough     3136       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1867  Hillsborough       672        WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1869      Templemore      1184       Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – 27th & 108th Foot      WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1870   Templemore      2819       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1871 Ballymacgarrett  3073       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1871      Shankhill      1610       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1873      Dromore              97028    Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1873      Shankhill              2706       Lincolnshire Regiment – 10th Foot WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1874      Seapatrick   2698       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1875   5254  Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise’s) – 91st & 93rd Foot WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1876      Belfast  6298       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1879  Donegal               5340       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1880      Culmore   6486       DragoonsWO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stewart 1880  Shankhill              3334       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1883      Dunfanaghy       5287       Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise’s) – 91st & 93rd Foot                WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1883      Tempo  3500       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1886      Magherafelt  2535       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1890      Shankhill    7417       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stuard   1780       Drumbee             WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stuart    1827       Killinchey    2304       Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) – 7th Foot         WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stuart    1862       Annan   2747       WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stuart    1881       Ballymacarrett   5794       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

William Stuart    1884       Neewry    3001   WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

William Stewart 1789      Bedoney    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Willm     Stuart    1753       Aughar    Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) – 26th Foot & 90th Light Infantry    WO121

WM ? Stewart 1870         Shankhill 4120    Royal Garrison Regiment WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

WM Andw Stewart 1882               Shankhill              4060       Royal Irish Rifles – 83rd & 86th Foot          WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

WM J Stewart 1882         Ballylakamore 5446         Hussars – 7th (Queen’s Own)      WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

WM James  Stewart 1883  Ballymacgarrett  4041     WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

WM John  Henry Stewart 1862   Derry/ Londonderry       5564       Royal Artillery    WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

WM John  Stewart 1889   Brackville  2975       WO96 militia service records 1806-1915

WM Stewart Errigleve WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Wm Stewart       1747       Disartcreal Princess Charlotte of Wales’s (Royal Berkshire Regiment) – 49th & 66th Foot  WO121

WM Stewart 1810   Newry 449          WO97 Chelsea pensioners British army service records 1760-1913

Baltracey Quakers – Hewetson School – Clane Churches – Trench familys of Co. Kildare –

The Baltracey Quakers by Seamus Cullen

The Society of Friends or Quakers, as they were more widely known, became established in Ireland from the late 1600s. Following the wars of the 1640s there was a shortage of merchant class citizens in the country, and this void was filled by planters and emigrants from England. Many of these people joined the Society of Friends, and within a short time Quaker families spread throughout the county.

Quaker communities sprang up in the northern half of Kildare with Meeting Houses at Edenderry, Rathangan, Baltyboys (near Blessington) and Timahoe. These rural Quakers were mainly engaged in farming, milling and brewing as well as small merchant businesses.

Prominent among the Edenderry Quakers was a branch of the Watson family, who originally moved from Cumberland to Carlow in the pre-1640 period.

Samuel Watson

Samuel Watson (1659-1732) prospered in Edenderry and leased land in the immediate neighbourhood. One estate was at Ballinamullagh, Carbury, which he acquired in 1715. It had an area of 462 acres (185 hectares), and the lease was for the lives of two of his sons, William and Benjamin. Benjamin died shortly after and William subsequently took over the management of the farm. This William married his (unrelated) namesake Mary Watson from Derrygarron, Rathangan, in 1720. Mary was the daughter of a Colonel Tom Watson who served in King William’s campaigns in Ireland in the 1690s.

A letter in the Watson family possession, dating from 1853, gives an account of this Colonel Watson as follows:

Colonel Watson came over to Ireland with King William […]. Though pressed by the King to accept of an estate refused it and purchased the interest of land from the natives and settled at Derrygarron (in English a horse grove) it was mostly in wood of oak. Colonel Watson was […] cousin to the late Marquess of Rockingham. After the battles were over he was disgusted with wars and joined our Society [the Quakers].

William and Mary had two daughters and a son, William (II). However, William (I) seems to have contracted an illness and died in 1729, aged 31. His will has survived and in it he left his estate to his son, with provision for his wife and daughters.

Also prominent among the Edenderry Quakers at that time were the Eves family. They originally came to Ireland from Leicestershire in 1660 and settled in County Wicklow. Two Eves brothers, Joseph and John, moved to Edenderry in the 1715 period and became successful businessmen. Another brother, Caleb, later followed them and in 1731 married William Watson’s widow Mary. Caleb then moved into the Watson house at Ballinamullagh and managed the farm. The next year a son, Mark, was born to the couple.

In 1734 Caleb purchased Baltracey Town land from a Dublin Baronet named Sir William Fownes. This town land is situated six kilometres south of Kilcock and has an area of 707 acres (283 ha), all arable land. Fownes had acquired Baltracey in 1707 from the previous owner Margaret Eustace. She was the widow of a prominent Jacobite officer, Sir Maurice Eustace from Castlemartin, Kilcullen, whose family had held the Town land from the medieval period. Fownes made many improvements to the estate, laying out orchards and plantations, building dwelling houses and possibly the original Baltracey House, a stone-walled slated farmhouse situated a quarter of a mile (400m) north-east of Baltracey Cross on an old road system. Beside this house was a farmyard consisting of barns, stables and a pigeon house. (Fat pigeons made up part of the payment which the Eves were required to pay Fownes for some years afterwards.) In about 1730 Fownes built a new corn-mill on the Baltracey River. This mill was probably built on or close to the site of a previous mill mentioned in the Civil Survey of 1654 and would have been one of the main attractions of this estate to the Quakers.

The Eves-Watsons moved to Baltracey, successfully managed the estate and operated the corn-mill. They were not isolated from fellow Quakers, as Timahoe was only five miles away and two families there were related to them. William Watson’s two paternal aunts, Sarah and Ruth Watson, were married to Henry Russell from Hodgestown and Robert Wyley from Gilltown, respectively. Timahoe was also their spiritual centre as they attended meetings in the Meeting House on a regular basis. In 1744 Elizabeth Watson, eldest daughter of Mary Eves, married Joseph Toplinson from Edenderry, and the next year her sister Mary married Isaac Haughton from Castlebibbon. Both weddings took place at the Meeting House in Timahoe. In 1747 their brother William Watson married his stepfather’s niece, Margaret Evens from County Wicklow. However, this marriage was not in accordance with their religion as the couple were married by a priest and as a result lost their membership of the Quaker religion. The couple lived in Baltracey with William working as a successful proprietor of the mill. His mother, Mary Eves, died in 1757 and was buried in Edenderry. Tragedy struck the tiny communities later that year when Mary and Caleb’s son Mark, who was heir to the estate, died at the age of twenty-three. With Caleb’s death in 1762 ownership of his estate passed to a relative, also named Mark Eves, from Co. Wicklow. It appears that William Watson, Caleb’s stepson, retained certain rights to the Estate but was not considered as the heir.

The Eves and Watsons continued to run the estate together. William Watson and his wife, Margaret, had nine children between 1748 and 1771. The community was not without its scandal when in 1775 Mary Watson, the eldest of the family, was expelled from the Quaker religion because she had dishonoured the community. The following is an account of this affair from that year:

Whereas Mary Watson, Daughter of William Watson of Baltracey, near Timahoe, was Educated in Profession of us the people called Quakers and did some time frequent Our Religious meeting but for want of taking heed to the Spirit of Truth in her heart which would have preserved her, Did join with the Temptation of the Enemy of her happiness so as to cohabit with a man in A criminal manner by whom she has had a child. Wherefore in order to clear the Truth we profess from the Reproach Occasioned by her Disorderly and Wicked Actions and for a Causion [sic] to Others We are concerned thus publicly to Testify against her and Deny her to be of Our Society nevertheless We Sincerely Desire that she may come to a true Sight and Sense of her misconduct and Witness that Godly Sorrow which Worketh True Repentance and thereby Find mercy with the Almighty.

After this incident the Watsons seem to have discontinued to practice their religion. Samuel, the second eldest son, was the first of this generation to get married in 1784 when he married his second cousin, Margaret Russell, from Hodgestown, Timahoe. Mark Eves that year leased Balfeighin Estate which is situated one kilometre north of Kilcock, and Samuel and his wife Margaret went to live there in the original Balfeighin House which dates from that time. In 1788 Thomas, William’s eldest son, leased land at Pheopstown from the Prentice family. This estate, situated just over three kilometres north of Balfeighin, is known as Larchill and is adorned with follies and artificial lakes. The follies pre-date the Watson ownership, but Larchill House dates from this time and was most likely built by the Watsons. Two years later, in 1790, Mark Eves let the area of Baltracey known as The Mill Land to William Watson’s daughters, Nancy and Sarah. The present Baltracey House is situated in this area of land and the oldest part of the building was built at that time by the Watsons. The two youngest Watson sons, Mark and William (III), had moved to Dublin and set up businesses. Mark subsequently leased Larchill for some years from his brother, Thomas.

William, having successfully served his apprenticeship as a haberdasher and tape manufacturer, went into business and opened a shop named The Spinning Wheel at No.30, New Row, Thomas Street, and he re-joined the Quakers in 1793 and married Margaret Wright from Co. Wexford. The couple then lived over the shop until William died at the early age of 29 in 1801, leaving three daughters under six and a fourth born later that year.

Mark Eves let the remainder of the Town land, known as Baltracey Farm, to Peter Doyle, a grazier by occupation and a member of the Quaker Community from Carlow in 1792. Included in the area of land was the original Baltracey House, outhouses, barns, stables, pigeon house and also orchards and gardens. A marriage was arranged between William’s daughter, Margaret, and Peter Doyle, and the couple took up residence in Baltracey, though it is not clear in which house. Mark Eves had also obtained the lease of Raheen Old, a neighbouring Town land, in 1794, from Revd. Richard Cane, Rector of Larabryan, Maynooth, and two years later made an agreement with Robert (“Robin”) Aylmer of Painstown which would result in the lands reverting to the latter at Mark’s death.

In 1793 the tiny community was shocked by the death in child birth of Margaret Doyle. The couple had been married for less than a year. Margaret’s baby, a daughter, survived and was named Margo.

The trying years of the late 1790s did not pass untroubled for the community. In 1796, when there was considerable Defender activity in the general area, the house of Mark Eves at Baltracey was attacked, which resulted in some damage to his property. It appears that during the attack Mark threatened to shoot at his attackers (he “fired a gun threat”). This was contrary to the laws of his religion, and a committee of Quakers was appointed in March of that year to investigate the matter. In the following August the committee also reported that Peter Doyle of Baltracey and Alexander Wiley of Timahoe kept firearms for the defence of their persons and property, and furthermore, that they had expressed their intentions to use them if necessary. This was not in accordance with the Quaker religion, and both men were expelled.

The following month, Mark Eves, who was in the process of making a claim for damages caused during the robbery of his home earlier in the year, was visited by at least one elder of his religion. Proceeding with the compensation claim was not regarded as proper by the Quakers. The inconsistency of his application was pointed out to him, and he appeared to see it was improper. He then expressed regret at not having consulted with his fellow Quakers on the matter, and from this it appears that he dropped his claim.

Mark Eves passed away in 1800, and under the terms of his will transferred the freehold of the Baltracey estate to his cousins, the Eves brothers William, Joshua and Samuel, from Edenderry. Mark’s lease of Balfeighin was subsequently acquired by its occupant, Samuel Watson. Samuel’s wife, Margaret, died the same year and was buried in Timahoe. They had two children, Samuel E. (Eves) and Anna. Their father remarried in 1805 to a widow from Kilcock named Ellen Kelly.

Peter Doyle died in 1805. His daughter, Margo, then aged 12, inherited the lease of Baltracey farm and it is likely that she was brought up by her relatives, the Watsons. (Her grandmother, Margaret Watson, was then still alive. Her husband, William Watson (II), had died in 1798.)

A marriage was arranged in 1811 between Margo Doyle, then aged 18, and Samuel E. Watson, her first cousin. Their marriage arrangement would unite the three estates then in the family’s possession. Thomas Watson, the senior member of the family, and his brother Mark transferred Larchill to their nephew, Samuel E., and the house there became the residence of the newlyweds. Samuel senior transferred the lease of Balfeighin to his son, Samuel E., while Margo Doyle brought to the marriage the lease of the greater part of Baltracey.

In 1820, Samuel E. Watson inherited half the estate of his uncle, Samuel Russell, in Hodgestown, Timahoe. This brought together four estates with a total area of 1,627 acres (650ha). Thomas Watson died in Baltracey House in 1822, and with the death of his sister, Nancy, four years later, finally brought to an end over ninety years of residence by the Quaker families in the Town land.

In 1828 the corn-mill was let by James Webb, a nephew of the Watsons, to Samuel Walsh who had earlier moved into Baltracey House, together with his family. Margo Doyle Watson died childless in 1820 and her husband, Samuel E., died in 1836 at Larchill. They were both buried in the Quaker cemetery at Timahoe. Samuel E. had one sister, Anna, who had married Richard Neale, from Coolrane Mill, Mountrath. Anna’s eldest son, Samuel Neale, became the heir to the Watson estates, but he had to fulfil one important stipulation, laid down by his uncle’s will, in order to inherit the property. This required him to change his surname to Watson, and failing to comply with this stipulation, the estates would then be offered to his younger brothers, with the same arrangement. Samuel complied with his uncle’s wishes and changed his name by deed-poll and thus inherited the Watson estates. Samuel Neale Watson, as he was now known, married Susanna Davis in 1840 and lived mainly in Dublin.

The freehold ownership of Baltracey town land passed to Elizabeth, wife of Samuel Eves of Edenderry, at this time. Following Elizabeth’s death in 1854, the estate passed to her two unmarried daughters, Sarah and Jane. Her only son, Thomas, was disowned and disinherited for marrying outside the Quaker religion. In 1854, Sarah and Jane re-let the mill and the Mill Land at Baltracey to their tenant, Samuel Walsh. Two years later, they also re-let the former Doyle estate to Samuel Neale Watson. With the passing of the Land Acts of the 1880s, the Eves and the Watsons lost considerable control of their estates to the tenants, finally losing the freehold following the Land Act of 1903.

Samuel Neale Watson died in 1883. His heir, Samuel Henry, kept up the family tradition in milling when he married Margaret Goodbody, a member of that prominent milling family, the Goodbodys of Clara. Samuel Henry’s son, Cecil, was a well-known Dublin Quaker and pacifist all his life.

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The Court Laundry

He founded the Court Laundry in 1906 and was a model employer. In 1920 he added the name Neill to his surname, in recognition of his grandfather’s family, changing the family name to Neill-Watson.

Only one local tradition of the Quaker families in Baltracey survives. A raised area in a field close to the original Baltracey House has been traditionally referred to as ‘Quaker burial ground’. This area has not been enclosed since at least 1837, and no record of Quaker burials in the locality exists. It is likely to have been a children’s burial ground and may have been used by the Quaker community to inter stillborn babies.

Today, over two-and-a-half centuries later, three surviving buildings, Larchill House, the present Baltracey House and the original but now roofless Balfeighin House, remain as a reminder of this once prosperous Quaker family.

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This is a former Quarker Farm House situated in Kilbride in East Co. Wicklow off the N11.

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Ballymurrin Quaker Cemetry close to the farm house above.

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The Pim family grave Headstones in Ballymurrin Graveyard

It is interesting to note that the Quakers decided that no further headstones would be erected on graves as can be seen below.

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No Headstones or grave markings. In order to find a specific grave one would have to search the records.

Betaghstown and Hewetson Schools  of Co Kildare

No images available of the Betaghstown School

The name Betaghstown comes from the District of the Alms House.
Under the Bircher (not sure if this spelling is correct) Laws, Alms Houses were established at certain locations, usually at a crossroads. To each was attached a tilling and pasture district which was to supply the Alms House.
Betaghstown is located midway between Clane Village and Kilmurry on the road to Staplestown Co Kildare, a couple of miles west of Clane village.
The Alms House had substantial lands and house. Griffith Valuations list a number of tenants paying rent for land and houses.

List of Hewetsons.
1658 John Hewetson Kildare Esq.
1688 Thomas Hewetson Kildare Esq.
1721 Moses Hewetson Betaghstown Kildare Gent
1730 Mary Hewetson Annaghs Kilkenny Widow.
1744 Margaret Hewetson Betaghstown Kildare Widow.
1753 Michael Hewetson Coolbeg Donegal
1754 Christopher Hewetson Thomastown Kilkenny
1761 Rev Nicholas Hewetson Grange Wexford Clerke.
1769 Christopher Hewetson Clonquisk Carlow Esq.
1770 Constance alias (Hunt) Hewetson wife of Moses
1776 John Hewetson Dublin Cutler
1783 Patrick Hewetson Betaghstown Kildare M.D.
1786 Eleanor Hewetson Dublin Widow
1789 Robert Hewetson Capt. Queens Co Regiment of Dragoons Dublin
1791 Hestor Hewetson Dublin Widow
1793 Sarah Hewetson Alias (Cridland) Hewetson
1600’s Rev William Hewetson vicar of Werburgh’s Church Dublin.
He had three sons, one of which was Moses who set up the original Hewetsons School in Betaghstown.
The school was located at the rear of Conneff’s House in Betaghstown.

The Hewetson’s Burials.
Mylerstown Churchyard, Barony of Carbury from Lord Walter Fitzgerald

Except for the foundations a trace of these church ruins has disappeared. A short distance off on the opposite of the public road stands one lofty angle of the castle of the Bermingham Family, the former Proprietor of this district.
There is but one interesting in the churchyard that of a Protestant Clergyman which lies almost invisible beside the western end of the south wall of the old church. It is much sunk in the ground; and the lettering which is incised is nearly illegible; it reads’ :- HERE LIES YE BODY OF YE Rnd LEARNED PIOUS HVMBLE DIVINE MR CHRISTOPHER HEVETSON WHO DIED MARCH 12TH 1698 AGED 66
‘The initial H is cut in relief.’ p348 ‘In answer to a query in the “Journal of the County Kildare Archaeological Society” as to who this Rev. Christopher Hewetson was, the following information was given in vol. iv, p. 373 of that “journal” by Sir Edmund T. Bewley.

The Rev. Christopher Hewetson whose tomb is in the churchyard of Mylerstown was the eldest son of the Rev. William Hewetson M.A. Rector of St. Werburgh’s, Dublin (1660-1676) by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of the Right Rev, Thomas RAM D.D. Bishop of Ferns and Leighlin.

The Rev. William Hewetson was the eldest son of the Rev. Christopher Hewetson M.A. Vicar of Swords, County Dublin, Treasurer of Christ Church (1596) and Prebendary of St. Patrick’s (1604) by his first wife Susan Sigin, of Southampton. (Funeral Entry Ulster’s Office).

The Rev. Christopher Hewetson, the elder died 5th April 1633 (Funeral Entry Ulster’s Office) and was buried in the chancel of the Parish Church of Swords, where a gravestone with an inscription was laid in 1694 by his grandson, Michael Hewetson, Archdeacon of Armagh. The inscription (which will be found in the “Journal of the Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead in Ireland” vol. i, p.349) erroneously states him to have been “Chancellor” in the Christ Church and give 1634 as the year of his death instead of 1633.
By his second marriage with Rebecca OKES he was the father, with other issue, of Christopher Hewetson of Thomastown, County Kilkenny who was the grantee under Acts of Settlement of extensive estates in the County Kilkenny, and was the ancestor of the Hewetsons of Thomastown, County Kilkenny and Clonruske, County Carlow.
The Rev. William Hewetson, the Rector of St. Werburgh’s had in addition to the Rev. Christopher Hewetson, the subject of the present note, at least three other sons, two of whom, viz., Moses and Michael deserve some notice. Moses Hewetson, one of the sons, lived at Betaghstown in the parish of Clane, County Kildare; and by his marriage to Margery Newcombe he became the father of a daughter, Grizzel- who married John Aylmer of Mount Pleasant, Betaghstown – and three sons, of whom the eldest, Patrick Hewetson, Dr. in Physic, succeeded him at Betaghstown. Patrick entered the University of Leyden as Medical Student in 1726 where he pursued his studies until 1730, He afterwards took the degrees of M.B. and M.D. in the University of Dublin and he died in 1783 unmarried. By his will dated the 23rd July, 1770, he devised his Betaghstown and other estates (subject to a life interest to his sister Grizzel Aylmer) to found the boarding-school for children of poor Protestant parents referred to by Canon Sherlock in his note, vol. iv, p. 320 of the “County Kildare Archaeological Society’s Journal.” Grizzel Alymer [p. 349] having subsequently died in his lifetime, had by a codicil to his will dated 29th September, 1781 gave a life interest in the lands to Moses Cahill. The Venerable Michael Hewetson M.A. Archdeacon of Armagh (another of the sons to be noticed) was in succession, Rector of Swords, Rector of Clashran, and Archdeacon of Armagh. An interesting account of his life will be found in the “Memoirs of the Hewetson, or Heswon, Of Ireland,” by John Hewetson, Esq. (London 1901) from which a great portion of the above information has been taken.
It will be seen however from the statements at pp. 80, 110 and 118 of this book that the inscription on the Mylerstown tombstone was misread in the year 1863 as “Here lies the Body of the learned and Pious Divine of M…..l H…..o.., age 66” and was supposed to mark the resting place of the Archdeacon of Armagh.
As the latter undoubtedly erected a schoolhouse at Swords in 1700, it is evident that the portion of the inscription containing the date cannot have been deciphered.
The erroneous reading of the inscription was made at the time the Rev. John Keble was writing the “Life of Bishop Wilson” the intimate friend of the Archdeacon in early days and had been made use of by him in determining the death of Archdeacon Hewetson.
The Rev. Christopher Hewetson, the real subject of the inscription was Curate of Carbury, County Kildare and married Anne Janns, by whom he had issue a son William and three daughters, Elizabeth, Deborah and Jane. At the time of the making of his will, which is dated 4th November 1698 he was living at Clonuff, County Kildare and he thereby expressed a desire to be buried “in the churchyard of Mylerstown close to the church door, without any solemnity saving the office appointed in the Common Prayer Book.”
The will and a codicil dated 4th March, 1698 were proved by his widow, Anne Hewetson on 22nd April 1699: That is a little more than a month after the date of his death as recorded on the tombstone. Mr. John Hewetson, the author of the “Memoirs of the House of Hewetson” was ignorant of the fact that the testator was in holy orders and he has described him in his book as “Christopher Hewetson. Esq.”
In the codicil (which as well as the will, is in his own handwriting) he describes himself as “Christopher Hewetson of Clonuffe, in the County Kilkenny, clerk” [italics for clergy] and in the will he refers to salary due him by Rev. Nicholas KNIGHT, Vicar Carbury, for serving his care.
William Hewetson of Clonuff, son of the Rev. Christopher Hewetson succeeded to the estates which his father had inherited from the Rector of St. Werburgh’s; and on 9th June, 1703, he [p 350] purchased for a sum of £832 the town and lands of Ballinderry, in the Barony of Carbury and County of Kildare containing 237a 2r 0p.
He married first by licence dated 7th February, 1667, Anne Roe; and secondly by licence dated 20th May 1676 Elizabeth Calder; but whether he left issue by either marriage the family memoirs do not state. The query which this note is intended to answer will have served the purpose, not only of calling attention to the interesting “Memoirs of the Hewetson Family” but of restoring to the Rev. Christopher Hewetson the memorial which under the high authority of the Rev. John Keble has for the last forty been ascribed to Michael Hewetson, Archdeacon of Armagh.
‘Edmund T. Bewley’
Administrator Note: My thanks to Ray Tyrrell of Sallins for providing me with the information on the Hewetsons.

Patrick Hewetson Doctor of Physics 1697
In 1697 Patrick Hewetson Doctor of Physics was born. He died 1783 aged 85 years.
In his will of 1770 he created an endowment for a charity school at Betaghstown.
Five boys and girls were enrolled but instead of an education they were made to earn their keep by working on the lands.
1795 The School was closed due to litigation after an inspection found that no education classes were taking place.
1796 Trustees were appointed.
1798 The premises were leased by the Army for five years.
1805 Rev Dr Charles Lindsay re-opened the school with Mr William Cox B.A. as its Head Master.
1812 The Schools Commissioned expressed disaffection with the schools performance. In the intervening seven years Rev Isman Baggs, William Mitchell, George Fisher and George Logue succeeded Cox.
1815 The State Inspector had complained to the Trustees and failed in his case against the Trustees with the Court of Chancery.
1 child had died and 2 were dismissed.

1819 The Endowed school was suspended due to the misbehaviour by both sexes. Eventually all of the children were sent home.
1824 The Lord Chancellor decreed that girls would be excluded from the school. The Court of chancery passed a decree allowing for its revival.
1833 Hewetson School Betaghstown was burnt down.
Sadly I have not been able to obtain any pictures of the old Betaghstown School
1836 The school reopened with twelve boarders, the Head Master being Thomas Bonyne staying forty-three years.
1837 The Clane Parish School was run by Robert and Margaret Clayton in a house known as Tower House on the Green in the village of Clane, which is now the home of the Cash family.
1879 William Leeson appointed Head Master
1880 Hewetson School at Betaghstown and Clane Parish School merge and in
1882 moved to a new site on the Millicent Road.
1891 Thomas Cooke-Trench donated the site on the Millicent Road for the New School on a 999-year lease.

 Hewetson School 

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Hewetson School History

Dr Patrick Hewetson – 1699-1783 was brought up in Betaghstown Clane Co Kildare. In 1734 he qualified as a doctor of medicine in Trinity College Dublin and was elected a Fellow of the College of Physicians in 1735. He became President of the College in 1746.

He never married and, on his death, he bequeathed his considerable estates for the foundation of a charity school to be run at his home, at Betaghstown. He also left estates in Cavan and Offaly for the upkeep of the Charity School. The land involved almost six hundred acres.

Function of the School
The school was to cater for as many poor boys and girls as the trustees thought fit, and they were to be brought up in the Protestant religion. They were to be taught reading, writing and arithmetic, and when they were properly educated and qualified they were to be apprenticed to trades under Protestant Masters and Mistresses.

Mr Moses Cahill.
The charity school did not go into operation until about five years after Patrick Hewetsons died because of mismanagement by his only surviving executor, Moses Cahill, who had been a good friend to Patrick Hewetson in earlier years but had let him down just before he died in 1783. Moses Cahill got probate from the Courts. Then he took possession of the lands at Betaghstown and Drumcorbane in Co Cavan and he took the rents that should have gone to the school for him.

Healy-Hutchinson Education Report.

About five years after Patrick Hewetson died the Healy-Hutchinson Education Report to the Dublin Parliament drew attention to the fact that the Hewetson endowment was not being put into use. The report said that Dr Patrick Hewetson, who had died on 30th March 1783 had left nearly £2,000 personal property in the trust of T Dalrymple Esq., Attorney, the Primate of All Ireland and Bishop of Kildare, for the support of the charity school to be built on the lands at Betaghstown. In the report the value of the endowment amounted to £397 annually.

Chancery Case

In 1795 The Archbishop of Armagh and the Bishop of Kildare took legal action to try to enforce the correct use of the Trust funds. A favourable decree was given in 1796 but no action was taken to improve matters. The building of the charity school was put off until such time as the estates were covered and secured. The Bishop of Kildare allowed the demesne at Betaghstown to be used as a barracks for troops as there was unrest in the county at that time.
After all expenses had been paid the money left from the Hewetson charity amounted to about £3,500. The rents collected each year produced about £300.

Dr Charles Lindsay
The Rev Dr C. Lindsay became Bishop of Kildare in 1804. He wanted to have sole control of the Hewetson Endowment for himself and to use the lands as he wanted.
Before becoming Bishop he had connections with the Hibernian School of Soldiers’ Children. Here he had introduced a scheme that the children should work within the school for their keep. The scheme was used in most other Protestant Charter Schools and in the Foundling Hospital Dublin.
The Bishop suggested that this scheme could be used in the Charity School at Betaghstown. He knew that in England, pauper children were bound out as apprentices to learn the art and trade of agriculture. He also considered that any kind of manual labour was a trade.
The Archbishop of Armagh agreed in general with the scheme, believing that there would be great demand in Ireland for farm labourers and domestic servants.
It was therefore decided that the school would be run in the same way as the Foundling School and the Royal Hibernian Military School, and that the pupils in the school were to be of the lower class of people in Ireland. The boys in the school were to become farm labours and the girl’s domestic servants.
The school was to proselytise poor Catholic children. The Archbishop of Armagh and the Bishop of Kildare said that would be justifiable because when Dr Hewetson made his will in 1770, there was no need for a charity school for the sons and daughters of the Protestants in the Clane area. The will stated that the school was to be run strictly in the Protestant faith but it did not say that the children taken into the school were to be sons and daughters of Protestant people.

The Archbishop gave the Bishop of Kildare permission to run the school according to this plan – receiving and using school funds without interference until 1812. He was then informed of a report on the school made by the Archbishop and other commissioners of the Board of Education. The Bishop of Kildare regarded this as an insult as he felt he was being checked up on and that he was not trusted so he wrote to the Archbishop saying he wanted nothing more to do with the school.

The Archbishops Report
The Archbishop’s Report said much about the running of the school by the Bishop of Kildare during the years 1805-1812. The report stated that no children had been instructed in the school and no children had been apprenticed out, which had been the wish of Dr Hewetson. It was also stated that it was not Dr Hewetsons wish that the funds would be used for an agricultural establishment.
In fact this was a mild description of what had been happening under the Bishop of Kildare’s rule.
He had taken four girls and five boys out of the Hibernian Military School to be apprentices for him. He himself recorded that ‘the boys been inured to labour under my tuition in the extensive gardens of the Institute in the Phoenix Park, and in like manner the girls so taken by me from the institution had been formed to the most robust of women’s daily and domestic occupations’.
As a result of the report the school closed down. The Bishop’s agent collected and retained the rents from the estate during this time.

Commissioners for Endowed Schools
In 1813 the act for the appointment of commissioners for the regulation of the few endowed schools in Ireland was passed. (Act 53, George III). The Act stated that it was lawful for the Commissioners of those schools to examine and manage the funds of the schools and apply them in their right ways. They had to visit and regulate the schools regularly. They decided to investigate the use of the funds of the Hewetson Bequest. The Trustees were notified, but neither of them turned up. Master’ at that time, Mr George Logue, was questioned by the Commissioners. He told them that the school had been disbanded.

The next report made by the Commissioners suggested that it would be better if girls were excluded from endowment. Directions were given for the organising and running of a school on twenty acres at Betaghstown. The rents obtained from the demesne (about £300) were to be used for this purpose. A fee of £10 was to be paid with each boy being put out as apprentice to a proper master or mistress.
It took a further report from the Commissioners in 1836 before the school was reopened – this time with twelve boarders. Steps were taken to recover monies that had been misappropriated and finally the Archbishop of Armagh received about £2,000 for the Trust.

(Administrators note 🙂

The following query came from Graham Marshall (May 2011) in reference to the following paragraph!! “The charity school did not go into operation until about five years after Patrick Hewetsons died because of mismanagement by his only surviving executor, Moses Cahill, who had been a good friend to Patrick Hewetson in earlier years but had let him down just before he died in 1783. Moses Cahill got probate from the Courts. Then he took possession of the lands at Betaghstown and Drumcorbane in Co Cavan and he took the rents that should have gone to the school for him.”
This paragraph does not match the report “by the Commissioners for enquiring into the state of all schools on Public or Charitable Foundations, in Ireland, House of Commons 1809 – 1812 p311” which indicates that a 1782 codicil to Dr Hewetson’s testament granted a life-rental of the residue of his estate to Moses Cahill. On Moses’ death in 1793 one might question the actions of Michael Cahill and his daughters and the right of the Rev. Joseph Forsyth to claim lands which were leased to him. Whether Moses Cahill had a right to grant the lease might also be questioned.

Removal from Betaghstown.
In 1881 the manager of the school, Rev Ambrose Cooke proposed that the school at Betaghstown be abolished and its funds transferred to the Protestant Parochial School in Clane.
The number of Protestant Anglicans in Clane at the time amounted to 180. The school was supported by subscriptions and had no connection with the Commissioners of Education.

The two-acre site was given for the premises of the new school at Millicent, which is just outside Clane. The lands were to be leased for 999 years at a yearly rent of ten shillings. The school was to be for boys only and was to provide choir boys for the church that was to be built on the lands of Millicent by Thomas Cooke-Trench.
The school was completed at a cost of £1,556 in 1882. £1,256 was provided by the Hewetson Endowment and £300 was provided by Mr Thomas Cooke-Trench.
There was to be an annual income of £310 obtained from a number of sources, which included the rents from the demesne at Betaghstown.

The school was big enough for fifteen boarders and twenty-five day boys, and a master’s residence was attached to it. The master in the school was to play the organ in the new church at Millicent. The church was too dedicated to St Michael and All Angels and the boys’ choir was to be robed.

Hewetson School Original Entrance.

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The Running of Hewetson School.

The first Headmaster of the new school was Mr Edward Leeson and his wife was schoolmistress. Mr Leeson was paid £120 annually, from which he paid Mrs Leeson and the servants.
Dr O’Connor was appointed as medical attendant for the sum of £5 per year.
Summer holidays were from 23rd July to 18th August.
Trustees decided which boys were to be accepted into the school. The boys were to be from Protestant backgrounds and were to be brought up in the Protestant faith.
The school was in debt for some time but in 1884 the balance in favour of the school was £21. Farmers were badly off at the time so the Trustees allowed a reduction of 30% to help these families. This eventually led to a permanent reduction of 20% for farming families.

Selling of the Hewetson Estates.
In 1886 it was proposed that the tenante could buy their lands over a number of years and that the area called ‘The High Bog’ should be sold for £250 if possible.
It was proposed that the money from the sale should be invested in real securities in England as approved by court.
In 1888 Mr Drury, the agent for Hewetson Estates was dismissed. There was some doubt about his behaviour and the school was in financial difficulties. Mr Drury was replaced by Mr Willis. The school was so badly off that no boarders were kept unless someone outside the school was paying for them. Expenses were kept to a minimum and only eight pence per day was allowed for each boy’s food. The Headmaster’s salary was reduced to £80, which was increased to £100 in 1889 when the situation improved.

Change of Headmaster.
In 1890 Mr Leeson retired. The Rev W Sherlock, Rector of Clane, appointed Mr Atkinson on a temporary basis, to be replaced on the 1st of February by Mr West.

First Meeting of the Governors.
The first Governors meeting of the new Hewetson School was held on 15th April 1890, at the Synod Hall Christ Church Dublin. At this meeting it was decided that the boys elected by the Trustees would pay an annual fee of £15 each.
It was decided that a seal should be made for the school. This seal still exists and is kept by the Principle.
It was announced at this meeting that Canon Sherlock has applied to the Commissioners of Education to place the school with the Board of National Education, so making it a National School.

Building of the Gymnasium.

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Gymnasium with the Junior School on the left hand side.
In 1894 a sum of £120 was provided for the building of a gym beside the school. In 1925 a stage and a ball alley were added to this building.

Hand Ball Alley

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Tragedy

In 1894 A Mr West was appointed Headmaster. Later that year Mrs West and her three children drowned in the River Liffey near Blackhall on the Castlesize – Clane Road. As the drowning took place at night speculation locally was that Mrs West committed suicide. This however has never been proven.

Death of Thomas Cooke-Trench
In 1902 Mr T Cooke-Trench died. Since the removal of the school to Millicent he had attended every meeting of the Trustees. He had done much for the school.
In 1903 Mrs Cooke-Trench offered to sell the land, on which the school was built, to the Trustees. This was accepted and the terms agreed.

In 1904 negotiations began concerning the sale of the Betaghstown lands to the tenants. Agreements were signed in 1907.
In 1910 the Trustees decided to take all the money from the sale of Betaghstown in cash.
In 1913 Canon Sherlock resigned on grounds of ill health. He was followed in Clane Parish by Rev Canon Craig.
In 1915 the Headmaster Mr West resigned and later Mr and Mrs T Boyd Watson were appointed Master and Matron.
In 1917 the school estates were finally disposed of for a sum of £6,000.
The Watsons resigned in 1920.
The new Headmaster and Matron were Mr and Mrs Simpson from Rathmichael National School Dublin.

Extra classrooms were built as an extension to the gym so that six extra boarders could be taken in to the school.
In 1924 Mr Simpson resigned and was replaced by Mr John Crawford. The roll now stood at 30 pupils

Hairy Acre

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The area known as “The Hairy Acre”
In 1932 a field next to the school was purchased for £50 to provide a football ground and general outdoor play area. This was known to one and all as the ‘Hairy Acre’.

 Tennis Courts

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One of two Tennis Courts which were for the use of the “Boarders” only.
In 1942 a transport system was provided to bring twelve children from Coolcarrigan to the school.
During Mr Crawford’s years as Headmaster and under the management of Archdeacon Handy the school flourished.
Mr Crawford retired in 1959 and was succeeded by Mr G Anderson.

Strange Happenings – Believe it or believe it not

During the late 1950s,  Mervyn Stewart of Millicent, on leaving school one afternoon found Mrs Crawford (wife of the Hewetson School Headmaster) lying in the garden of the school. On his way home he told Mrs Hempenstall (Sextons wife) of his find, but she did not believe him, gave him a clip around the ears and told him to stop telling tales. On arriving home he told his Mum (Lillian) who took off on her bicycle up to the rectory to find Mrs Handy (Rectors wife). They both then proceeded up to the school where they found Mrs Crawford dead in the garden as Mervyn had said. (Mervyn never got an apology I think his ears still hurt from the belt he got that day!!).

The Banshee

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That evening the Banshee appeared near the Stewart’s house. The following morning the boys were called to a church choir practice to prepare for the funeral. So off the three boys set walking as they usually did up the half-mile to the church.
It was a bitterly cold morning, with a clear blue sky, not a cloud to be seen, with a northeast wind coming in that would cut one in two was how it was described. We were well wrapped up against the cold with our layers of clothing, caps, gloves and boots.
Just yards from the house they came upon a rare but scary sight.
Close to the Stewart house in Millicent was a triangle of grass at the end of the Long Mile road where it meets with the road from Millicent Bridge to Millicent Cross on this beautiful sunny day at about 11am was this grey almost white female ghostly form, save for the dark pools of her eyes, ephemeral in appearance, with long flowing grey hair which she was combing, wearing a long grey dress, sitting on a stone bench, and wailing, the wailing was such that it put the fear of God in-to all of us, and we ran like hell from the site back home. We did not know what to believe. Mother was surprised to see the three boys back so quickly, what’s wrong she asked, and in our halting and stuttering scared voices we told her of what we had seen. It’s only the Banshee she said, we had no idea what she was talking about, she then went on to explain, the Banshee follows certain families and often appears when a member of the followed family dies, so the Banshee followed the Head Masters Wife Eva’s family, that’s why you are required for the choir practice today as the funeral is tomorrow. So off you go, you have nothing to worry about she said.
Off the boys went, back towards the Triangle, when they got there, they were still scared, but were very surprised to see the Triangle totally empty, no seat, no person, no wailing, they looked at one another, did we really see the Banshee ?? they asked one another. They looked around the site but they could find no trace of her. Off they went to the church, and never spoke of the incident again.

Eva Crawford Head Stone

Both Mrs (Eva) Crawford and John Crawford are buried in St Michaels & All Angles Graveyard.

When Mr Anderson came to the school the roll stood at twenty-five pupils. He set about teaching them to play football and they won the Church of Ireland U 13s Cup in 1961 and 1962.
In 1964 Mr Anderson resigned. With no applications being received for Master and Matron, Mr Sydney Blain was appointed Principle and Mr and Mrs James Campbell were appointed as warden and matron jointly. Mr Blain stayed for two years and moved to the position of Principle of the Teacher Training College in Dublin.
Mr Blain was succeeded by Loftus Warren who also stayed two years and moved to Athy Model School. He was replaced by Mrs Barber who became the first Headmistress of the school. By now the boarding facilities of the school were no longer needed and by the 1960s boarding was phased out. Mrs Barber died just two months after her retirement in 1980. She was succeeded by Mrs Elizabeth Cody.

At the time of the writing of this article the school had seventy-eight pupils on the roll, with three teachers, when the old dormitories and other areas been converted into classrooms. It was hoped for further development work and funding for same to be carried out in 1994.

(Notes by Bob Stewart).
I had no idea that Hewetson School at Millicent had such a colourful and sometimes inglorious history. Moses will not be my financial adviser.)
The Rev Canon Herbert Newton Craig MA was rector of Donadea and Clane from 1913 until 1928: he was also the Dean of Kildare at that time. He also baptised me in St Peter’s Church Donadea in 1923, the year Donadea Parish was amalgamated with Clane Union.
On Mr Watson my sisters Margaret and Florence referred to this Headmaster as a tyrant, there was great rejoicing in Kildare when he retired, but his replacement Mr Simpson was no better.
The transport system for the school was operated by Mr Eddy Kidd at a cost of £300 per annum, which was paid for out of the Aylmer Bequest Fund. Eddy operated the transport system until he died. He was succeeded by Mrs A M Woodbourne until her retirement in 1978. The system is now run by the State.
End.

(Administrators note 🙂

All of the Stewart’s boys and girls from Millicent attended Hewetson School from the mid 1950’s and were mainly taught by Mr John Crawford in the senior school before they departed into the great big world of commerce.) Bob Stewart also attended Hewetson School and was a member of the church choir (a long tradition within the Stewarts families.) Sadly Bob died in December 2011 in St. Albans England and his ashes were interred in Drumagohill Cemetery Donadea in May 2012.

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Pumping Water the Old Way.

Kildare Hewetson School Donkey drawing Water 2

At Hewetson School up until the late 1950’s water required for the school was pumped up by animal power a system that is still in use today in countries such as South Africa. The system was later replaced by an electrical pump.

Kildare Hewetson School Old Water pump

Old Donkey Draw Pump

Hewetson School in 2009

The following is an article written by the late Bob Stewart 9th January 1995) a former pupil of Hewetson School. Indebtedness to Mrs Elizabeth E Cody M.A. Dip.Ed (TCD) Headmistress of Hewetson School for her paper and for her co-operation.

The current Hewetson School stands on about three acre site about a mile out of Clane Village on the Millicent road built in 1882 after the closure of Betaghstown School. It joined up with the Church of Ireland in Clane. At the time of writing seventy-seven pupils attend the school and there are three teachers.

History of Clane Churches & St Michaels & All Angels

This page covers the following topics: History of Clane Church and the Building of St Michael’s And All Angels Church, Clergy, Caragh Church, Sermon by Archbishop George Otto Simms, The Lang Family, Births, Marriages and Burials.

History of Clane Church and St Michael’s and All Angels Church

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Clane Village

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520 St. Ailbe, Bishop of Ferns, founded an Abbey in Clane, and made St. Senchel the Elder its first Abbot.

1035 The Danes plundered Clane.

1162 Synod held at Clane under Gelasius, Archbishop of Armagh, assisted by twenty-six Bishops and many Abbots.

1266 “Gilbert de Clane factus est minister.”

1272 Franciscan (new) monastery founded by Sir Gerald Fitzmaurice, third Lord Ophaly.

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Clane Abbey ruins 1846

1302 “Master Adam of Clane,” Prebendary.

1542 Monastery Broken Up, and tithes set.

1549 Nicholas Owyne, Vicar de Clane.

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Clane Old Church and Tower

St. Michael’s and All Angle’s Church, Millicent Clane Co Kildare.

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For some years prior to 1880 it had been felt by the parishioners of Clane that large room existed for improvement in their parish church. So long ago as 1869 an eminent architect had been consulted, and plans for its improvement were submitted by him. But difficulties arose which were not at the time overcome; and it was not till eleven years after that it was finally resolved to abandon the old church, and build a new one on a different site.

It would occupy too much space to enter into all the reasons for this resolution; but the parishioners were mainly influenced by the overcrowded state of the churchyard, which forbade extension of the building in any direction, and rendered internments impossible without disturbing older graves. Suffice it to say, that at three largely attended meetings of the Select Vestry, held in 1880 and 1881, resolutions were unanimously passed – at the first accepting the offer of a new church, at the second approving of the plans, and at the third adopting the present site. This last resolution was passed on the 20th June 1881, and on the same day operations were begun, and were steadily carried on through two years and a quarter.

One of the most gratifying features of the whole proceeding has been the unanimity of the parishioners, and the deep interest which each and every one of them has shown in the work. “He maketh man to be of one mind in an house.”

The church, of which the tower is visible for a considerable distance on all sides, stands on a rising ground in a prominent and central position in the parish. The Wicklow Mountains bound and give character to a view of much homely beauty. The chief material is the grey limestone of the neighbourhood, mostly from Mr. Henry’s quarry in the adjoining townland. The quoins and external dressings are of Cumberland red sandstone, the saving arches being of a black stone from Mr. Kirkpatrick’s quarry at Celbridge, which also supplied the lime.

The sand was given, free of charge, by Mr. Manders, from his strand at Millicent Bridge. Internally, the walls were originally plastered, but little of this now remains. The dressings of the windows and doors, the arches, stringcourses, pillars, & c., are of white Bath stone. The steps, pulpit base, and platform at lectern and font are of Portland stone; the external steps and the bowl of the font are granite. The column and base of the font and kerbstone of the footpace are of red Cork marble. The walls throughout are lined with brick.

The roof is of pitch pine, covered with Welsh slates: the doors, floor, and fittings of Riga oak. The walls externally are of uncoursed ashlar, giving an idea of great strength and solidity

Those who have studied Lord Dunraven’s “Notes on Irish Architecture,” and have learned that we possess a national style of architecture capable of exquisite beauty, especially adapted to buildings of moderate size, will not be surprised that an Irishman, building in Ireland, adopted the style closely allied to the Norman, and which is technically known as Hiberno-Romanesque. The architect did not hesitate to depart from this where there seemed sufficient reason.

Thus the leaning jambs, so marked a characteristic of the Hiberno-Romanesque, were not adopted. He could find no models for the woodwork, as time and political disturbances have destroyed all, which could have served as such.

The ground plan of the church is cruciform. This is unusual in the ancient Irish churches. There is, however, an example of it in Cormac’s Chapel at Cashel, one of the best specimens of this style, as also one of the best preserved; though there, as here, the transepts are shut off from view of the worshippers.

The Baptistery is formed by a projecting chamber at the west end. There is a roomy porch at the western extremity of the south side. The south transept is carried up into a tower, which is surmounted by a pyramidal roof and weathercock: and a cross of the circular form, so common in Ireland, forms the finial to each gable.

There are three entrances, one for the congregation through the porch, another in the south transept, which forms the vestry, for the clergy and choir; and one in the north transept, leading to the furnace and tower.

Over the inner porch door, on the tympanum, is reproduced some of that curious interlacing ribbon work, so characteristic of early Irish Christian art, and which has been well depicted by O’Neill in his ancient Irish crosses. More of the same work has been introduced about the east window and elsewhere in the church.

The pattern on the pulpit desk, of which an illustration will be found on the opposite page, has been adapted from the Cross of Tuam, and is one of the most perfect specimens extant of this very curious and interesting work.[i]

The following lines, by the late E.P. Shirley, hang in the entrance porch: –

When to the House of God ye come, a prayer in secret say; On bended knee His grace implore, for thus ‘tis meet to pray. Leave at the door your weekly cares; God loves the pure in heart; To those who wholly look to Him He will true grace impart? Aloud, but humbly, answer make, as Common Prayer directs,

He who sits silent or asleep, the way of life neglects. In standing posture give your alms, and standing sing God’s praise: Be not afraid to lift your voice, the gladsome hymns to raise. Bow at the Holy Name which God in our poor nature bore, And silently His blessing ask, ere that ye seek the door. Thus ever use the House of God, in prayer and joyful praise; He best will pass the coming week who these few rules obeys.

The first thing to be noticed on entering the church is the Baptistery, its position being emblematic of our entrance into the spiritual Church through the waters of Baptism.

It is an oblong chamber, 6 feet deep by 12 wide, joined to the nave by an archway of nearly its whole width. In the centre of the archway stands the font. The Baptistery, arched with red brick, and covered outside with red sandstone, has five lights, filled with stained glass.

In the centre is the figure of our Lord receiving a child; on the left are two figures from the Old, and on the right two figures from the New Testament – Noah, Naaman, Nicodemus, and St. John Baptist. Of these, all, except Naaman, are either mentioned or alluded to in the Baptismal Service; and Naaman, whose cleansing in Jordan was a signal type of Holy Baptism, nearly lost the promised blessing because he despised the appointed means. The font forms an interesting link with the long past.

The bowl, rudely formed of granite, was found bedded in the wall of the old church, and had evidently belonged to some former building, having all the appearance of great age. On the sides were holes drilled, apparently either for handles or to fasten down a lid, a feature recorded of other ancient fonts.

The base was found with it, but was too much broken to be used again. It has, however, been carefully preserved. It was sufficient to show what the mounting had been, and this has been reproduced in red marble. There were many scruples about placing a chisel to the bowl; but it had originally been of such very rude construction, and had since been so much battered, that it seemed hardly fitting for its position without some touches.

The upper part was so broken that it was found necessary to reduce it in height by four inches. This has, however, improved the proportions. It has been lined with lead, and provided with a wooden cover. Above the Baptistery in the west wall is a wheel window, also filled with richly coloured glass.

The only figure, the Dove, is in the central compartment, directly over the font. The choir is divided from the nave by an arch of three members, of great richness and beauty. The carving is all, with slight modifications, from ancient Irish sources.

Another richly carved arch, supported by corbels, divides the choir from the chancel; and two archways, on the right and left, lead to the transepts. These are, however, filled on the left by the organ front, and on the right by a corresponding oaken screen, surmounted by glass, enriched by interlacing ribbon-work. This shuts off the south transept, and forms it into a vestry.

Behind the organ one flight of steps descends to the heating chamber; while another ascends and leads across the choir to the bell-ringers’ chamber, and second story of the tower.

A gong from the vestry below notifies to the ringers when service is about to begin. Over the ringers’ chamber is the clock chamber, and over it again that for the bells.

There are at present but two bells, and there is no clock. Into the wall of the vestry is built a fireproof safe, for the preservation of the parochial records and church plate. A marble bason beneath, for washing the latter, is so arranged that it can only be used when the safe is open, thus preserving it from any meaner use.

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This is a picture of the Interior of St Michaels & All Angels Church

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The choir seats face north and south, the westernmost forming prayer desks for the clergy. They, together with the organ front, vestry screen, pulpit, and the Holy Table, are the work of Mr. Hayball of Sheffield. Two steps lead up from the nave to the choir; another from the choir to the chancel: there is a fourth at the Communion rails; and the “footpace,” or raised platform on which the Holy Table stands, forms a fifth. A credence niche receives the elements for the Holy Communion till the appointed time for placing them on the Holy Table. The floor under the seats is made of oak, grooved, and tongued together. (Administrators Note: The current editor of this web site was a member of the church choir along with his four other brothers and twin sisters, also other members of the Stewart clan were choisters including Bob Stewart who has contributed a number of articles to this web site.

Cooke Trench wanted a robed boys choir at service on Sunday mornings, and other religious days, and this was one of the driving forces in the providing of both the site and the church which could be seen with an unbroken view from Millicent House where he lived).

The best form of roof was a subject of much consideration. A waggon roof seemed imperatively demanded by the style; but this, as usually made, is a heavy and far from pleasing feature. A hint was, however, taken from Romsey Abbey, which has resulted in the present roof. The principal rafters, solid and richly carved, are of semi-circular form.

These, with the intersecting purlins and deeply carved bosses at the intersections, make a framework of wagon form; while lightness and grace are obtained by leaving the spaces between open, so that the eye travels up to the very ridge-board. The common rafters, besides being supported by the foot pieces, rest on two sets of purlins, and the collar-ties on a third. The whole is sheeted with inch and quarter sheeting, closely tongued and grooved together; and, to prevent the possibility of draughts entering, as they so often do through an open roof, as well as to maintain an even temperature, a thick layer of felt is placed between the sheeting and the slates.

A device has been adopted, by means of which putlocks for a scaffold can be thrust out from inside the tower in a few minutes, in case repairs, cleaning, or painting are required. This scaffold is reached by a permanent iron ladder, from a leaden platform on the roof of the choir. The burial ground, containing IA. IR. 4P., is partly planted to the north and east, so that the young trees may blend with the older ones behind them.

It will be many generations before the whole space is required, and the trees can be gradually cut away as the graves press upon them.

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The Lych Gate

The only entrance is through a lych gate of unusual length.The church standing on ground considerably higher than the road, it was necessary that there should be steps up to it.

These, as well as a level platform in the middle, are covered over. A low wooden gate gives admission. On the platform, in the middle, it is intended that the coffin at funerals should make its last halt, whilst waiting for the clergy to come out to meet it. An inscription above points to the great Day of Resurrection, and reminds the mourners that the sleep of death can only last “till the day break, and the shadows flee away.”

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Archbishop Cheveneaux Trench

Nearly the last administrative act of Archbishop Trench was to consecrate this church and burial ground on Michaelmas Day, 1883. In connexion with the day, it has been dedicated to St. Michael and All Angels. The Archbishop shortly after resigned his See in consequence of failing health, and, after a few troubled years, entered on his rest.

Before the Church was consecrated, one benefactor to the parish had passed away, having expressed a desire that this might be his place of rest. The then Incumbent, the Rev. Ambrose Cooke, was, five years later, laid just opposite the vestry door, through which he had so often passed to loving and faithful services.

Two of the three Parochial Nominators of the time also lie within the churchyard. Mr. Alexander Miles, the excellent clerk of the works, to whose ever thoughtful and anxious care so much of the success of the building is due, is also buried here. He had made it abundantly clear throughout that his work was to him no mere task, but a real labour of love; and when, two years after he finished it, he felt that he was dying, he directed that his remains should be brought here for burial, and that they should be laid as near to his old workshop as possible – a wish which was carefully complied with. of the three Parochial Nominators of the time also lie within the churchyard.

Mr. Alexander Miles, the excellent clerk of the works, to whose ever thoughtful and anxious care so much of the success of the building is due, is also buried here. He had made it abundantly clear throughout that his work was to him no mere task, but a real labour of love; and when, two years after he finished it, he felt that he was dying, he directed that his remains should be brought here for burial, and that they should be laid as near to his old workshop as possible – a wish which was carefully complied with.

We have to record the death of two more who are closely associated with the church: one the Rev. R. F. Wilson, who preached one of the three sermons at the time of the consecration, and whose handsome gift to the church is recorded later on. He died in 1888. The other, his brother-in-law, the Very Rev. Jeffry Lefroy, Dean of Dromore, seeing that no pulpit had been provided at the time of the consecration, then and there offered, and subsequently gave, the very beautiful one which is amongst the chief ornaments of the church. Within two years he too had entered on his rest. Many other offerings have been received.

A subscription was made in the parish for a new organ, which included £40 from the Rev. W. Sherlock, and £20 from the Vicar, Mr. Henry undertaking to make up any deficiency in the sum required. The Beresford Trustees made two grants, amounting together to £300, which about covered the cost of the original glass.

The massive Communion Table of carved oak was the gift of His Grace Archbishop Trench. The three altar cloths, worked by Mrs. Cooke-Trench and her sisters, were given by them. The former also gave the Communion linen and the copper pitcher for filling the font, as also the glass over the vestry screen.

The service-books, richly bound, were given by Miss Acland, of Oxford. The eagle lectern was the joint gift of Lady Heathcote and Captain (now Colonel) C. G. Heathcote. The surplices for the choir were provided by Mrs. Jeffry Lefroy; the font cover by A. M. Heathcote, Esq.; the kneeling mats at the altar rail were the work of Miss A. M. Cooke, daughter of the Vicar. Mats for the chancel were worked by the Misses Henry, Misses Sherlock, and others. The bell from the old church was melted down and added to, and a second, which, it is hoped, may prove only the beginning of a complete chime, was given by the four sisters of the builder of the church, in memory of their parents. It bears the following inscription:

PARENTIBUS DILECTISSIMIS FILIAE GRATIAS AGENTES MT + KLK + FT + JT

Two Florentine vases, made specially for the church, were the gift of Mrs. E. D. Heathcote. Some brass vases, of Indian work, were given by the Misses Heathcote.

A tower did not, on account of the expense, enter into the original design; but it was made a possibility by a gift of £250 towards its cost by the Rev. R. F. and Mrs. Wilson.

R. F. W. – A stone let into its wall with their initials M. W. is in memory of the fact.

The Messrs. Samuels, Registrars of the Diocese, obtained the necessary faculty, but declined to make any charge for doing so.

An alms-box, carved by Miss Kathleen Scott, has been presented to the church through the exertions of Miss Rose Sherlock. A beautiful carved shell, brought from Bethlehem by a friend of Dr. Bernard,[iii] was presented by him to the church for use in Baptism.

The carved text over the hanging place for surplices in the vestry as at once the work and gift of Miss H. M. Heathcote.

Of the twenty-two lights in the body of the church, nine were filled with stained glass before the church was consecrated; nine more have been given since, and only four now (1894) remain to be filled. Of the nine given since, two in the nave, and the four side-lights in the chancel, were given by Mrs. Cooke-Trench, two of the latter being a memorial of her sister Jennetta Alethea Heathcote, who died in 1887; one by Mrs. G. P. Heathcote; one by Mrs. W. W. Rynd, in memory of her husband, who died in 1884; and one by R. W. Manders, Esq., in memory of his father, Isaac Manders, of Casamsize, who died in 1887.

The two chairs inside the communion rails were carved forty years ago by the builder of the church for its predecessor in Clane. The two, of curious construction, outside the rails had belonged to an old Italian church, and were purchased by him in an old curiosity shop in Assisi. It seemed most fitting that they should be restored to their original use.

Mr. J. F. Fuller, the architect, is to be congratulated on the excellent proportions and general harmony of the building. Miss Stokes brought her profound knowledge of the subject to bear in many useful suggestions. Thanks are also due to Professor Barrett, who kindly came from Dublin to superintend the erection of the lightning conductor.

Many others, both of those who are and of those who are not of our branch of the Catholic Church of Christ, laboured there during the two years and a quarter that the church was in building for an honest living, as those who wished to leave behind them work as good as they could make it. May not this common object of interest and subject of work prove hereafter a bond not easily broken? To these also our thanks are due.

At their meeting on March 27th, 1883, the Select Vestry passed the following resolution:

“ That the seats in the new church be free and unappropriated, and that it be the duty of the Churchwardens to seat the congregation, in accordance with the Statutes of the Church of Ireland.”

In a country church, where there is but little change in the worshippers, it is well that each should have his accustomed place; but the above resolution prohibits any ownership of seats, which have thus been declared free and unappropriated, and there is no distinction between rich and poor.

On Saturday, the 29th September, 1883, the church, as has already been stated, was consecrated by Richard Chenevix Trench, Lord Archbishop of Dublin, Bishop of Kildare. The form of service used was that prescribed by the Church of Ireland. The hymns sung were “Christ is made the sure foundation,” “Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty,” and for the recessional hymn, “The Church’s one foundation.” The Archbishop preached from the text, “To what purpose is this waste?” The general tone of his sermon may best be gathered from the two following extracts: –

“And not otherwise is it when this inner devotion of the heart finds utterance in some costly offering of the hands; when anything which at all transcends the common rate is rendered back to Him from whom all good things proceed, and to whom they belong. The world will allow and praise any prodigality which is bestowed upon itself; but when it is for God and for Christ, when the costly cedar is overlaid with the pure gold in the temple of the Lord, when the alabaster box of precious ointment is broken above the head of Christ, and no drop kept back, but all poured out, and not on His head only, but on His feet – even then, while the whole house of the Church is filled with the odour of the ointment, there will not be wanting some who will join in the cry, ‘To what purpose is this waste?’” And again – “But you, brethren beloved of the Lord, who will worship from day to day, and from year to year, in the courts of this House, you will give all diligence that, great as is the outward glory which it wears, it may have another and a higher glory still. ‘The king’s daughter is all glorious within.’ Her apparel may be of wrought gold; but this is nothing. Faith, and Hope, and Love: it is these, which make her glorious indeed. Truth and beauty: it is well when these two are wedded here – truth in doctrine and discipline, beauty in form and outward service.

But if ever these should be divorced, as divorced by evil accident in some ages of the Church they have been, let us pray God that we may have grace to cling to the truth, and to let the beauty go. For better the sternest, the ruggedest, the most unattractive presentation of the Faith, which has yet fast hold of the central truth, than the fairest and the loveliest, in outward semblance and show, which has allowed any vital portion of this to escape.”

In the former of these extracts the preacher rejoices in the beauty of the House, and justifies its cost: in the latter he points out how useless these may become if they stand alone.

On the following day, Sunday, the sermon in the morning was preached by the Rev. Robert F. Wilson, from the text, “They rest not day and night, saying, Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty, which was, and is, and is to come.” In the evening the Archdeacon of Kildare preached, taking as his text, “I saw no temple therein: for the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb are the temple of it.

Space does not allow of any farther extracts here; but the three sermons were printed in full, and circulated amongst the parishioners as a memorial of the day. On Monday the Archbishop held a Confirmation in the church. The services of these three consecutive days will not be easily forgotten by those who took part in them.

We have now to consider the internal decorations; and this it will probably be best to do, irrespective of whether these were supplied before the consecration of the church or since. We have to consider them, first, as to their material and workmanship, and secondly, as to their motive and the lessons which they are intended to keep before our eyes.

The material is mainly the glass in the windows; mosaic of three kinds; the marble and alabaster on the walls, and onyx round the window in the Baptistery; wood and stone for carving; and the materials for sgraffito and cloisonné work. These, also, indicate the several kinds of workmanship.

The angels in the spandrels of the east windows are of Venetian mosaic, and were executed by Capello, from the design of Messrs. Heaton, Butler, and Bayne. This mosaic was intended as a memorial to Lady Helena Trench, who died while the building was in preparation. It contains in the corner the words “H. T., Obt. 17th March, 1881.”

The vine above it, as also the pavement of all the open portions of the floor, is of marble mosaic, by Messrs. Burke & Co., of London and Paris, and was laid by Italian workmen. The design of the floor immediately outside the Communion rails, as also the border round the Baptistery, are from St. Mark’s, at Venice. The third kind of mosaic is that round the walls of the Sanctuary, and is of glass by Messrs. Powell, of Whitefriars.

The merely ornamental carving is mainly from ancient Irish sources; but in addition, we have the corbels of the arch which divides the choir from the chancel, and which represent the symbols [iv] of the four Evangelists. Over the south door is a very beautiful carving of the Good Shepherd, from a drawing by Mrs. R. F. Wilson. The figures on the pulpit were carved in Bruges.

The sgraffito and cloisonné work were both revivals of ancient arts. The artist of the former was Mr. Heywood Sumner, and of the latter, Mr. Clement Heaton. The process of sgraffito is this: the artist first draws his cartoons full size, and, with a needle, punctures round all the main outlines; this he hangs by fixed points against the wall, which has been previously covered with a substantial coat of Portland cement. He then proceeds to dab the outlines all over with a muslin bag, containing dark powder; this, passing through the holes, leaves upon the wall a rough outline of his design.

Having removed the cartoon, and placed it beside him, he proceeds to cover the wall with a coat of cement, variously coloured in patches according to the colour he wishes to appear when the work is finished. As soon as this is dry, he covers the whole with a creamy coat of Parian cement. He then restores the cartoon, and again dabbing it with the powder, produces an outline exactly over the previous one. Then, while this upper coat is still soft, with a sharp instrument he cuts it away in places where he wishes the colour to appear.

It will thus be seen that the whole is composed of the hardest and most durable cements, and that there is no surface colouring. The work should therefore be nearly imperishable. The name, “sgraffito” is an Italian word, meaning “scratched,” and refers to the final cutting, or scratching away, of the upper coat of cement. The pattern work on the west wall of the chancel over the arch, and on the four walls of the choir, is also in sgraffito, by amateur artists.

The cloisonné work at the east and west ends of the nave is a revival of a very ancient Irish art. It may be seen in a minute form on the Cross of Cong and other relics. On a large scale it is worked on sheets of copper or zinc. To these are soldered ribbons of the same metal set on edge, forming the outlines of each shade of colour. Into these divisions (cloisons) is then poured over melted enamel. The sheets have then only to be secured in their position. In the design at the east end there is over a mile of copper ribbon thus soldered on.

So much for the material and workmanship; and now for the nature and lessons of the designs.

The Baptistery has of course its own lesson, which has been already referred to; but in the rest of the church two main ideas prevail: the first is the glorification of our Lord’s humanity, and the second, the office and ministration of angels. The dedication of the church seemed to render this natural.

At their meeting on Easter Monday, 1885, the Select Vestry passed the following resolution, which will best explain how the first of these principles has been carried out in the windows:

“That in case of anyone wishing to present a window (memorial or otherwise) to the church, we adopt the following scheme, in order to secure unity of idea; and, as churches are often injured by diversity of style in glass, we would urge on intending donors to employ Messrs. Heaton, Butler, and Bayne, 14 Garrick Street, London, who have made all the glass hitherto supplied. It is proposed to devote the north side to characters from the Old Testament, and the south to characters from the New.

As the east end is devoted to the Transfiguration, which was the glorification of our Lord’s humanity, each window should point, as much as may be, to this.”

NAVE-SOUTH SIDE.

1. St. Thomas, teaching faith in the unknown and incomprehensible

2. St. James. With St. John, the greatest of the Apostles, and witnesses of the Transfigurations.

3. St. Peter. With St. John, the greatest of the Apostles, and witnesses of the Transfigurations.

4. St. Matthew, first Recorder of the Incarnation, &c.

NORTH SIDE.

1. Adam, type and cause of the humanity, and the only man who at any time was sinless.

2. Isaac, type in sacrifice.

3. Joseph, type in undeserved suffering, and in humiliation, followed by glory.

4. Joshua, type in name, and leading through death to victory.

5. Solomon, type of Prince of Peace.

CHANCEL-SOUTH SIDE.

1. St. John, the other witness of the Transfiguration, and also of his glory in heaven. The other Apostle-Evangelist. Special teacher on Holy Communion in his Gospel. Specially connected with St. Mary.

2. St. Mary, the means or instrument of Incarnation, also type of womanhood

NORTH SIDE.

1. David, type as king or prophet.

2. Melchisedek, type as king and priest. His gifts, also, typical of our gifts in Holy Communion.

The cloisonné work on the east end of the nave, which figures our Lord’s Ascension into heaven, bears witness to the final consummation of His glorification.

The sgraffiti to the north and south of the chancel, representing – one, His Baptism, when the heavens were opened, and His Sonship proclaimed; the other, His victory over death – have still the same guiding idea. The vine,[v] above the east windows, reminds us how we have been made one with our glorified LORD, and of our consequent privileges and responsibilities.

The office of the angels, as revealed to us in Scripture, appears to be two-fold: first, the unending song of praise, in which we, both living and dead, are permitted to join; and secondly, the ministrations to men, which received its highest fulfilment when, after our Lord’s Agony, an angel came and ministered unto Him.

The angels over the cast windows, with their ceaseless song of “Holy, Holy, Holy,”[vi] show the first of these offices. In each window in the nave is also an angel with some musical instrument, likewise representing Praise; and in the cloisonné of the east end two angels offer to the ascending Christ, one the crown and sceptre, and the other the orb.

On the opposite wall we have the two archangels named in Holy Scripture, St. Michael,[vii] the warrior archangel, ever ready, at the Divine Word, to contend with the powers of evil that assail us; and St. Gabriel,[viii] the special messenger sent by GOD to Daniel, “greatly beloved,” to comfort him by the promise of the Coming of Christ, and again to the Blessed Virgin, to announce to her that she was to be the human instrument of that Coming.

These two seem, as it were, to watch the congregation as they worship, ever ready to defend and to help, to bear our prayers to heaven, to bring back a message of Love and Hope, and to minister to us even as they did to our LORD.

The figures on the pulpit represent five great preachers. St. Patrick, as the great preacher of the Irish, occupies the central position. On either side of him are St. Peter and St. Paul, preachers to Jew and Gentile in the New Testament; and beyond these, the prophets Isaiah and Jonah, preachers to Jew and Gentile in the Old Testament.

It will thus be seen that all the figures and incidents depicted in the church have a distinct Biblical source.

There is no repetition of decorative work. Every stroke of the chisel represents thought and care on the part of those who gave it. Of the seventy-five carved stone capitals, and eighty-four bosses, corbels, and finials (or 226 of both, if we include the wooden ones in the roof), no two are alike, save those in the chimney and four high up on the tower.

These were carved in Dublin before they came down, on account of the difficulty of afterwards getting at them. Even the principal rafters, alike in other respects, have each their distinctive mid-rib.

And now, if there be any who would still say, To what purpose was this waste? let them remember who it was who first used these words, and what was our Lord’s answer to him. Or, some there may be who, from natural bent of mind, or perhaps from early associations, prefer for themselves a less adorned House of Prayer.

May not such, remembering that many others find outward decency and comeliness a real help to their devotion , best serve God by making a willing and hearty sacrifice of their own predilections? It may well be that amongst ourselves there are some who have silently made this sacrifice. If so, our special thanks are due to them for their kindly forbearance.

If, during the present generation, this fair spot prove a bond of brotherly kindness and union; if the beauties of art, and the still more glorious beauties of nature, cause the soul to flow out in more fervent adoration towards Him Who gave both; if others are stirred to improve the outward fabric of their churches; if, when all who have had to do with it sleep quietly beneath its shade, the parishioners of Clane have still a loving pride in their parish church; then, and not otherwise, will the objects with which it was undertaken, and has been carried through, be wholly fulfilled.

But if, in God’s providence, disturbances or persecution should arise, and, even in our day, men should break down the carved work thereof with axes and hammers, the thought will still be sweet that while we had the power we contributed even a little to the rearing up again of the old historic and apostolic Church of St. Patrick; and in faith we will lay us down to rest “till the day break, and the shadows flee away.” T.C.T.

September,1894.

[i] For a full description see “Journal of Kildare Archaeological Society” for year 1893-4.

[ii] Isaac Manders, died 1887, and Hugh Henry, died 1888.

[iv] “And the first beast was like a lion, and the second beast like a calf, and the third beast had a face as a man, and the fourth beast was like a flying eagle.” – REV. iv. 7; see also EZEKIEL i. 10.

[v] “I am the vine, ye are the branches: he that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit.” – ST. JOHN xv. 5.

[vi] “And the living creatures…are full of eyes round about and within: and they have no rest day and night, saying, Holy, Holy, Holy.” – REV. iv. 8.

[vii] “And Michael and his angels fought against the dragon.” – REV. xii. 7. “Yet Michael the archangel, when contending with the devil, he disputed about the body of Moses.” – ST. JUDE 9.

[viii] DANIEL ix. 21; ST. LUKE i. 26.

[The original booklets contain many beautiful line drawings and images which are almost impossible to produce here but it can be viewed in the Local History Dept. in Kildare Co. Library; I hope people will find the information alone as useful]

A reprint of the original pamphlet produced to celebrate the consecration of the Church of St. Michael and All Angels at Millicent, Clane in 1883. The reprint dates to 1894 and was re-typed for us by Evelyn Purcell. I would like to thank Evelyn for her efforts and also to David Frasier and Seamus Cullen for drawing my attention to the fact that the Church is 125 years old this year.

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The Trench family

Thomas Cooke-Trench

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Thomas Cooke-Trench

In 1891 Thomas Cooke-Trench owners of the Millicent Estate donated 2 acres of land south of the Sextons residence for the erection of a Glebe later the Church Rectory..

 

Robert Trench (1782-1823) was a son of William Trench 12st Earl of Clancarthy.  Trench was highly decorated (KCB, KTS), a lietenant-colonel in the 74th Regiment, and had played a prominent role in the Peninsular War 1808-14. Robert Trenches’ sister Ann was married to William Gregory who was a major land owner and also that of Wildegoose Lodge. He was an under-secretary to Sir Robert Peel and also a sherriff.P99. 130

  1. S. Trench was the manager of the Bath estates in County Monaghan in 1849 p 49

1891 New Vicarage (St. Michael’s) begun; 1892, finished.

1913 Rev Herbert Newcome Craige M.D. Dean of Kildare

1928 Rev Francis M Morran M.A.

1929 Rev Percy Coster M.A.

1934 Rev Brian L Handy M.A. Later Arch-Deacon of Kildare in

1947 Church badly damaged by fire following a break-in by intruders.

1974 Rev Brian L Handy M.A. Later Arch-Deacon of Kildare in 1960 Retired. 1976 14th July Rev Brian L Handy M.A. died and alongside his wife Joan both are interred in Clane churchyard.

1974 Rev Paul Sexton Cardew B.A.

1979 Rev Samuel Fred Gillmore.

Other dates and activities.

1923. Donadea Parish Church amalgamated with Clane.

1924 Sir W Goulding (of Millicent Demesne), donated the woodland beside the graveyard to St Michael’s & All Angels Church.

1939 Eddie Kidd operated the transport for children from Donadea area to Hewetson School Clane.

1941 Mrs Lang the Sexton retired with George Hempenstall taking over the position.

Closure of Caragh Church

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1957 The parish church at Caragh was amalgamated with Clane.
1964 Caragh church was closed.
This is picture of the former Caragh Church as it is in 2010, it’s now used as a warehousing facility.

Caragh Children Grave Head Stone

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Some years ago the remains of one adult and a number of children from the then Caragh Orphanage were re interred in St Michael’s & All Angels churchyard. It appears that the grounds at Caragh were not consecrated or approved for burials

1958 Mrs Woodbourne took over the transport for children from Donadea area to Hewetson School Clane.

Busy Archbishop Presides at Cermonials in Millicent

Taken from the Leinster Leader 2/10/2008 by Liam Kenny

The Church of Ireland community has always had a significant presence in Co. Kildare, the Leader from time to time carried reports of harvest festivals and other liturgical events held under its auspices.

One such events featured in an issue of the paper in early October 1958, representatives of nearly every neighbouring parish turned out to meet their beloved,

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The Rev. George Otto Simms,

when he visited St. Michael’s Church, Millicent, Clane.

The occasion was the Pastoral Dedication Festival and the Church was decorated with a wealth of autumnal floral splendour. That together with the unique magnificence of the interior of the edifice rendered a very impressive background as the procession of sixteen robed clergy, headed by the St. Michael’s Choir boys wended their way up the isle to take their respective places at the East end.

The Service was conducted in part by the Rector, the Rev. Chancellor B.L.Handy MA and the Rev. R.J.J.F McConchy, BD, rector of All Saints, Blackrock, Co. Dublin.

The Lessons were read by the Rev. W. Burrows, MA, Rector of Crumlin, and the Rev. W.F. Reid, Rector of Carbury. Miss Frances Moore of Greystones was congratulated on her proficient organ accompaniment.

Dr. Simms in his homily drew inspiration from the landscape between Sallins and Clane. Speaking on the text ‘Who Shall Ascend into the Hill of the Lord’ Dr. Simms said it could be any person walking from Sallins who might ascend the hill on which this most beautiful church stands, surrounded by its exquisitely maintained grounds, and gazing across to the wonderful mountains could not, unless he was very dull in mind be anything else but uplifted in spirit.

Then as their church, like the beautiful old Mother Church of St. Brigid in Kildare has the Christianity and ever open door, he might enter, pause a while and find rest and holy quietude from the busy world outside.

At the conclusion of the service his Grace pronounced the Blessing and after the Service, Chancellor and Mrs. Handy entertained all to tea in the rectory.

[iii] Archbishop King’s Lecturer, T.C.D.

(Administrators Note: On the Millicent road about 100 meters up from the Butterstream river bridge in Clane Village towards the Hewetson School is a laneway on the right-hand side. On that strip a land in the 1940’s was a stone. Stories within the Stewart household said that this was where the original foundation stone for St Michaels & All Angels church was laid. In 2009 a new cross with 2000ad inscribed on it has been placed on this site. What I wonder happened to the original stone ?).

With the Tower being funded by Rev R F & Mrs Wilson. The church on the existing elevated site was opened for services in 1883.

LANG – The Millicent Connection by Joseph Lang and Julia (nee Harvey).

My paternal grandfather Joseph Lang was born in 1864 in Cavan – and my grandmother Julia Harvey was born in 1876 and was from Portlaoise. Joseph joined the RIC in 1882, aged 18. We’re not sure how or where he met Julia, however they married in 1903 and lived for some time in Ferns before moving to Killaloe.

They had five children – three boys Arthur, William, (my dad) and David – and two daughters, Elizabeth and Frances. The 3 boys were born in Killaloe and the two girls were born in Kildare following their eventual move here.

Their initial move to the Kildare region was to Brannockstown in 1915. The youngest boy, David, sadly died at the age of 7 from meningitis and is buried in the churchyard over at Brannockstown. The children attended school in Carnalway. There was a message on the back of the group picture – from ‘Carrie’ which was obviously one of the class, but no further details available.

They also spent some time in Avoca around 1916, in Dunganstown in 1917 and Baltinglass – we assume this was due to Joseph being moved around being a member of the RIC.

In early 1918, they were living in Baltinglass at which stage Joseph had been pensioned from the RIC. Julia heard of an opportunity as Sexton at St. Michael & All Angels Church, Millicent.

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Former Sexton’s House now a Church Hall.

The application was made to the then Church Attendant, Canon Craig. Canon Craig wished to interview both Julia and Joseph and interviews were arranged for Joseph to be interviewed on a Tuesday and Julia on the Thursday. Joseph set off on Tuesday morning for his interview, taking the train to Sallins. He duly arrived for the interview but failed to make a good impression and it was felt that the job would not suit the family. We’re not really sure what it meant that he didn’t make a good impression, but my dad suspected that he stopped off at Manzers and took a couple of drinks on board on his way to the interview. Perhaps it was the background and uncertainty of life in the RIC then that made him slightly ‘feckless’. He may have also missed the structures that life as a sergeant in the RIC had given him.     However, the result was that Canon Craig ultimately felt that he would not be suitable.

Canon Craig immediately wrote to Julia telling her not to come for the interview on the Thursday – the letter was sent by special messenger to the Baltinglass Post Office. But she didn’t receive the letter and duly set out to Millicent for her interview.       When she arrived Canon Craig asked her did she not get the letter.  She said ‘What letter?’ He took pity on her and invited her in for a cup of tea as she had made the journey needlessly. They got talking – his son was the same age as Archie, her eldest, and they appeared to be very alike. She came across as a hard working woman, resolute and with great strength and determination, committed to providing for her family.  He was very impressed with her, and as a result he offered to put her appointment as Sexton of St. Michael & All Angels to the select vestry for approval. She subsequently received a letter confirming this appointment. The house – which is now the parish hall – was their home and, according to my dad, she moved the family on a donkey drawn cart to Millicent to take up her appointment. She held that post until her retirement in 1941 – 23 years

It is worth noting that the letter asking her not to come for the interview never did turn up – to this very day.

The four children went to Hewetson School – Elizabeth played the organ in the church for some time and the children sang in the choir from time to time. Joseph – who naturally had to come as part of the deal – was the general handyman – grave digging being one of the jobs he had.  Dad told us of a time walking home from school on a very warm day, when Joseph and another man were digging a grave.    They were taking a breather and were sitting on the side of the grave with their legs dangling down into it.        Joseph called dad in and gave him a shilling to go into Clane to Manzer’s and buy two bottles of Guinness.

A particular memory that dad was very proud to recount was that on one September day in 1918, at the end of the first World War, and as peace had just been declared, the rector of St. Michael & All Angels met him on the road coming from school – he was then just 12 years old. The rector asked him to go into the church and up to the clock tower and to ring out the bell which would signal the coming of peace to a war weary world. It was a story that our dad was very proud to recount and indeed at his funeral service in September 1991, the then Archbishop of Dublin Donal Caird who gave the eulogy also recounted it – as dad had obviously been telling him of the incident at some stage during his subsequent tenure with the Representative Church Body.

The family was growing up, and Straffan House employed we believe all of them at some stage. Joseph died in 1939 and is buried here in the churchyard. On Julia’s retirement in 1941, my Dad bought a bungalow for her out on the Prosperous Road where she lived until 1946 when she moved to Lisburn to live with her daughter Elizabeth, who had married and moved there a couple of years earlier. Frances had also moved north to Lurgan to marry. Julia subsequently died in Lisburn in 1967.

Straffan House Co Kildare

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Straffan House (now the K Club) provided work to a huge number of local people – including my father and his siblings on leaving school. The first five generations of Barton’s owned both the estate at Straffan and the family’s 37-hectacre vineyard in St Julien near the Gironde north of Bordeaux.

My Dad got his first job in 1923 at Straffan House where initially he was employed as a junior butler. His brother and sisters were also employed for some time there too. This is where my dad’s knowledge of wine first started. On his death in a hunting accident in 1927, Bertram Barton left the Straffan estate to his eldest son Derrick. However, following Bertram’s death, the scale of the losses on the estate, became apparent. The staff of 50 outdoor and 16 indoor employees was unsustainable. Derrick Barton laid off most of the staff but not before he arranged alternative employment for them across his many contacts and friends.      My dad was introduced to a Judge Kenny in Cabinteely, Dublin, where he worked as butler for about four years.

Kildare Street Club Dublin

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He then took a post in the Kildare Street Club, where he eventually became Head Wine Waiter, a post he held for several years – up to 1940. And it was there he met my mother, Elizabeth, who also worked in the Club as a housekeeper. After they married, he applied for and got the post of Caretaker in the Representative Church Body on St. Stephen’s Green. He retired from the RCB in 1985 after 44 years.

However, every weekend that he worked in Dublin, until my grandmother moved to Lisburn in 1946, he cycled from Dublin to Millicent to visit her, and to tend to the garden and to help with the fowl that she kept too. Even after mum and he had married and they had three young children, he regularly made that trip on a Friday evening to Millicent. It must have been some journey on a bicycle – but it was just something that he did.

There was a 150th Anniversary of the church on the grounds of Straffan House back in the mid-1980s and dad, mum, David and I attended it. Robin Eames gave the address that night. There were refreshments later in a church hall and I was approached at one stage by a woman who asked me was I from Dublin – and as I was did I know a Willie Lang. I said ‘yes I do, he’s my dad and he’s standing behind you’. They had worked together as teenagers at ‘the big house’. It was amazing to listen to them reminisce and remember people that they knew what must have been at least 60 to 65 years earlier.

All through our lives, we knew of my father’s love for St. Michael & All Angels – he was very proud of his connections and we often came to services here through the years – or if there was a specific event or celebration taking place. Sadly my brother David lost his first child, a baby boy (David Neville) in September 1980 and he was brought to be buried with Joseph here in this lovely churchyard. It seemed a very fitting place for him to be.

When he died in 1991, there was no hesitation as to dad’s arrangements.

 St Ann’s Church Dublin

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St. Ann’s Church in Dublin was our parish for all the years he lived in Dublin – he and mum were married there, we were all baptised there, and both my sister Anne and David were   married there. So whilst his funeral service was held there, we always knew that he wanted his final resting place to be here in the churchyard of the parish that he loved and which held so many memories for him and meant so much to him.  When mum died in July 2010, we proudly brought her here to be with him again.

Seamus Cullen’s Personal Web Site

FEATURING LOCAL HISTORY FROM NORTH KILDARE

Know your Town land – Millicent

PUBLISHED IN LE CHÉILE; PART 1 IN OCTOBER 2013 AND PART 2 IN NOVEMBER 2013

Millicent is a well known town land located almost half way between Clane and Sallins. It is situated in a picturesque setting with the river Liffey forming the boundary almost in a semi-circular direction in the south and south-east section of the town land. One of the reasons that the town land is well-known is due to the presence of the architectural renowned Church of St. Michael and All Angles. However, this building is a comparatively recent constructions dating from the 19thcentury, but the known history of the town land goes back beyond that period for several centuries. Throughout history it had connections with many well-known individuals and also a slight connection with King Brien Boru and King James II. The original name of the town land was Newtown which was often referred to in records as Newtown de Clane. It is likely to have obtained this name in the early medieval period possibly due to a movement to the town land of residents from the medieval settlement of Clane.

Medieval Period

An early reference to Newtown dates from 1395 and relates to a dispute concerning tenements in a number town lands in the area of Clane. Another documentary source from 1533, names an individual by the name of Walter Dale as having a small income from Newtown of Clane. It is known that the Franciscans from the Abbey in Clane were granted property in Newtown of Clane and following the dissolution of the Abbey by Henry VIII, the property was granted to Robert Eustace and Thomas Luttrell in 1542. An interesting grant of lands in Newtown de Clane to Thomas Challoner from 1587 includes a grant of an ‘Ash Grove’. This indicates that there was an important and valuable plantation of Ash trees in the town land. At the time Edmund Eustace was the freeholder of the lands.1

 

Civil Survey

The Eustace family retained the ownership of the town land into the 17th century. According to the Civil Survey of 1654 the town land of Newtown was held by Christopher Eustace who lived at Newlands, close to Two mile house. The estimated area of the town land was 263 acres of Irish plantation measure. This was divided into 150 acres of arable land, 103 acres of meadow and 10 acres described as pasture heath. The value of the land as they were let or said to be let in the year 1640 was put at £36 4s.2 However it did not include all of the present town land, as an area the southern portion of Millicent today was in a separate town land named Horestown.3At the time the northern and part of the western boundary of the town land was marked by a highway called Crostany.4 It is likely this highway extended westwards from Clane to Caragh and was named after the ancient town land of Crostany which was situated today in an area of Firmount West.5 There were two structures of note on the lands of Newtown, firstly a Castle with a Hall adjoining. The site of this castle according to the Down survey map was in the area of Millicent house. The second structure in the town land consisted of a corn mill which in the year 1640 had a letting value of £5 per annum.6

Petty’s Down Survey Map, 1654

In 1659, Newtown of Clane had a population of 43, in which four individuals were described as English. There was one member of the gentry named Humphrey Mills living in the town land.7 It is likely he was one of the many English born Cromwellian supporters that were granted land under the Cromwellian plantation. With the restoration of the monarchy most of the previous owners regained their estates. For a short period in the late 17th century the town land passed to James Duke of York later James II. His ownership ended with his abdication and flight from Ireland in 1690.

In the early years of the 18th century the town land passed to Colonel Robert Harmon a military officer from county Carlow.8 A gravestone erected by Colonel Harman survives today in the ‘Old Church’ yard of Clane now the cemetery in the grounds of the Abbey Community Centre. It commemorates the memory of his faithful servant and soldier, John Hitchcock, who was born in England, and died in 1743.

Name changed to Millicent

It was during the ownership of Colonel Harman that the name of the town land was changed. Documents show that by 1755 the town land was known as Millicent. According to Archdeacon Sherlock the origin of the place name Millicent is unclear, although it is believed that it may well be connected with an the ancient name of a corn mill known as Mullina-fooky. The ancient corn mill was situated at Millicent Bridge and the name comes from Poka or Pucks Mill. The Irish name Púca referrers to fairies. According to the Manders family who lived in nearby Castlesize the local folklore tradition regarding the corn mill was that a good natured Puck or Phouca used to grind corn left there overnight.9

MPs from Millicent

Taylor and Skinners Map, 1777

In 1728, following his retirement from the army, Colonel Harman served as High Sheriff of county Kildare. He was elected to Parliament in a by-election for the Borough of Kildare in 1755 and served this constituency in the Irish Parliament in College Green, Dublin until the election of 1761. By that time he had moved to county Longford where he had inherited property. He continued his parliamentary career in that county until his death without issue in 1765.10 The oldest part of Millicent House dates from the ownership of Robert Harman and it is clearly marked as a substantial house on Noble and Keenan’s Map of 1752. Other subsequent owners also left their imprint on the house and evidence of this is well documented.

For a short period in the 1750s Robert Harman let Millicent house to Sir Edward O’Brien of Dromoland Castle. Sir Edward was a direct descendent of King Brien Boru and he used the house a residence while engaging in his leisurely pursuits in Dublin and Kildare.11 Following the death of Robert Harmon, the ownership of Millicent passed to a close relative Rev Cutts Harman, Dean of Waterford. In 1768 he sold the leasehold to Michael Keating who was originally from county Tipperary. Six years earlier in 1762 Keating had married Marie Burgh from Berth near Athy and moved to the county. In 1777 he was elected to Parliament in a by-election for the Borough of Harristown. The following year in 1778 he served as High Sheriff of county Kildare. He held the seat in Parliament until his death in 1781.12

Griffith family

The next prominent figure to reside in the town land was Richard Griffith who purchased the town land in 1782. He had been a successful trader for the East India Company and also made a fortune trading on his own behalf.13 Like the two previous owners of the town land he also served in Parliament. In 1783 he was elected an MP for a Borough in Limerick and remained in Parliament until 1790. He served as High Sheriff in 1788, also continuing a tradition of his predecessors in Millicent. Regarded as a liberal landowner he was friendly with and socialized with local United Irishmen such as Archibald Rowan, Wolfe Tone and Wogan Browne. His role in the local 1798 rebellion as a Yeoman Captain is well known. Although he fought gallantly against the rebels in Clane during the rising his legacy has been blighted due to his role in the arrest, trial and execution of his neighbour Dr. Esmond.  Seven hundred sheep from the farm at Millicent were taken by the rebels, obviously to feed the rebel army in their camp. Griffith, nevertheless, obtained generous compensation from the Government. However, luck seems to have deserted him in the years following the rebellion. He lost his fortune said to be in the region of £90,000 on shares in the Grand Canal and by 1808 had sold Millicent House, probably because of diminishing financial resources.14

Millicent House

His son Sir Richard Griffith (1784–1878), was to become Ireland’s most distinguished engineer and surveyor. He best remembered for producing a famous geological map of Ireland and his valuation of Rateable Property in Ireland, the Griffith Valuation is a major source of information to genealogists today.15

19th Century Millicent

Many changes occurred in Millicent in the 19th century, the old bridge was demolished and replaced by the present bridge. It was unsuitable for modern traffic at the time due to the fact that the width of roadway across it was narrow and its arches were lofty which gave it an awkward rise in the middle.16 In the mid to late 19th century the possession of Millicent was held by the Cooke-Trench family. The greatest legacy of Thomas Cooke-Trench who died in 1902 was his involvement in the construction of St. Michael and All Angles Church which was built in 1884 on land that he donated for the purpose.

Footnotes

  1. Thomas Cooke Trench, Correspondence to the Editor, JKAS, Vol. III, p. 131.
  2. Robert Simmington, The Civil Survey AD 1654–56, Vol. VIII, County Kildare(Dublin, 1952), p. 151.
  3. Walter FitzGerald, ‘Notes, the Millicent and Firmount town lands’ in JKAS, p. 424.
  4. Simmington, Civil Survey, p. 151.
  5. FitzGerald, Millicent, p. 424.
  6. Simmington, Civil Survey, p. 151.
  7. Seamus Pender, Census of Ireland, 1659(Dublin, 1939), p. 398.
  8. Cooke Trench, Correspondence, p. 131.
  9. Sherlock, ‘Some notes on Fords and Bridges over the River Liffey’ in JKAS, Vol. VI, p. 301.
  10. Thomas Ulick Saddlier, ‘Kildare Members of Parliament 1559–1800’ in JKAS, Vol. VII, pp 400–401.
  11. Grania R. O’Brien, These my Family and Forebears – the O’Briens of Dromoland, pp 70–71.
  12. Saddlier, ‘Kildare Members of Parliament 1559–1800, continued’ in JKAS, Vol. VIII, p. 71.
  13. Tony McEvoy, ‘Richard Griffith c. 1752–1820’ in Fugitive Warfare(Clane, 1998), p. 106.
  14. Ibid, pp 106,111.
  15. Ibid, pp 105,109.
  16. Sherlock, Fords and Bridges over the River Liffey, p. 301.

Clane

 

CLANE, a post-town and parish (formerly a markettown), in the barony of Clane, county of Kildare, and province of Leinster, 4 miles (N. N. W.) from Naas, and 14 miles (W. S. W.) from Dublin; containing 2121 inhabitants, of which number, 1031 are in the town.

This place, which gives name to the barony, is of very great antiquity, and appears to have derived its present appellation from Cluaine, in the Irish language signifying a “sanctuary,” or “sacred retreat.” The town most probably owes its origin to the foundation of an abbey in the sixth century, by St. Ailbe, who made St.

Senchell the elder its first abbot; and in which a great synod was held in 1162, under Gelasius, Archbishop of Armagh, assisted by 26 bishops and a great number of abbots, when a decree was passed that no person should be admitted Professor of Divinity in any college in Ireland, who had not studied at Armagh. In 1272, a Franciscan convent was founded here by Sir Gerald Fitzmaurice, the third Lord Ophaley. This establishment flourished till the dissolution, and was, with all its appurtenances, assigned, in the 24th of Hen. VIII, to Robert Eustace, John Trevor, and others in capite. A castle was built here, but at what time or by whom does not appear; it added greatly to the importance of the town, but has long been in ruins. The town, in which a few houses were burned by the king’s troops during the disturbances of 1798, is pleasantly situated on the river Liffey, over which is a bridge of six arches, and in 1831 comprised 225 houses neatly built. The woollen manufacture is carried on to a small extent. The market, from its vicinity to that of Naas, has fallen into disuse; but fairs, chiefly for the sale of cattle, sheep, and pigs, are held on March 28th, April 28th, July 25th, and Oct. 15th. A constabulary police station has been established in. the town; and petty sessions are held by the county magistrates every alternate Saturday.

The parish comprises 2380 statute acres, as applotted under the tithe act; the greater portion is under tillage, the soil is fertile, and the system of agriculture improved.

There are quarries of good limestone, which are worked with success; and limestone, lime, and sand are sent to Dublin by the Grand Canal, which passes within two miles of the town. The living is a vicarage, in the diocese of Kildare, episcopally united to the vicarages of Mainham and Clonshamboe, and to the rectory of Killybegs, together forming the union of Clane, the patronage of which is disputed by Lord Kingsland: the rectory is impropriate in the representatives of Lord Falconberg.

The tithes of the parish amount to £188.11.10½.

of which £99.2. 11½. is payable to the impropriators, and £89. 8. 11. to the vicar. The church, an ancient structure, has been lately modernised; it is a neat edifice with a tower and spire, and is kept in repair by a small estate called Economy Lands, now producing about £60 per annum. The glebe-house is a handsome building: the glebe lands for the union comprise 29 acres In the R. C. divisions this parish is the head of a union or district, comprising also the parishes of Clane, Balrahan, Ballynefagh, Timahoe, and Mainham, and containing three chapels, situated respectively in the three first-named parishes; that of Clane is a plain cruciform building in good repair. The parochial school is maintained by subscription among the Protestant inhabitants; the school-house is a building of stone, erected at an expense of £300. A Roman Catholic free school, formerly supported by the Dublin Patrician Society, is now under the National Board of Education; the school-house was built in 1819, at an expense of £300; and there are two schools supported by subscription.

In these schools are about 200 children; and there is also a pay school, in which are 52 children.

At Betaghstown is an endowed school, which was suspended for several years, but, in 1824, the Court of Chancery passed a decree for its revival. A dispensary is supported in the usual way. Of the Franciscan convent, founded by Sir Gerald Fitzmaurice, the skeleton of the conventual church is standing; in the body of the church, and serving as the headstone of a modern grave, is the lower half of the effigy of a crusader, probably part of the monument of the founder previously noticed.

About a mile from Clane, but in the parish of Mainham, is Clongowes Wood College, formerly Castle Browne, the seat of Wogan Browne, Esq., by whom it was greatly enlarged and beautified in 1788, and from whose brother and heir, Gen. Browne, it was purchased and opened as a college for the education of the sons of the Catholic nobility and gentry, in 1814. The building, to which large additions have been made for the accommodation of the students, is a spacious quadrangular structure, flanked at the angles by four lofty towers, and is pleasantly situated in the centre of an ample and richly wooded demesne. The principal corridor is more than 300 feet in length; the hall for study is above 80 feet long and 38 feet wide, and is lighted by a double range of windows on each side; the refectory is of the same dimensions, and the apartments of the students are spacious and lofty. The college chapel is 80 feet in length, and is divided into a nave and aisles by two ranges of Ionic columns; it has a fine organ, and the tabernacle on the high altar is wholly of marble and agate. The college contains an extensive library and nraseum, with a theatre for lectures in natural philosophy and experiments in chymistry, for public exercises in declamation, and musical concerts of the pupils.

The institution is under the direction of a president, a minister or dean of the college, a procurator or bursar, and a prefect or general director of studies; there are six professors in the classical department, a professor of mathematics, and a professor of natural philosophy and chymistry. There are also three prefects, whose duty is to superintend the conduct of the pupils during the hours of study and recreation.

from Lewis’s Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, 1837.

The civil parish of Clane contained the following townlands.

 

Clane (Co. Kildare / Northeast)

 

Clane (Claonadh – bend / slope) (pop. 5000), an attractive C18th planned village at a riverside crossroads, has grown rapidly in recent years and is now mainly a commuter satellite for DUBLIN. However, a dynamic Community Council has helped Clane to maintain its role as a commercial and recreational hub for the region. (Photo by Sarah777)

The River Liffey meanders past Clane, where it is spanned by the handsome arches of an old stone bridge. There was an ancient ford at this point on the river, and in prehistoric times a peninsula jutting into a now dried up lake nearby seems to have been regarded as a place of some importance. Nowadays the Liffey walk is a great way to observe some lovely scenery.

Clane History

Saint Ailbe, said to have been fostered by wolves, established an Abbey here c.520 AD, possibly incorporating an earlier monastic community founded by a pre-Patrician missionary. The first abbot was Saint Senchel the Elder.

The Abbey grew in importance, and was plundered by Danes as late as 1035, although the marauders were themselves killed by locals on their way back to Dublin.

A General Synod of the Irish Church was held here in 1162, presided by Gelassus of Armagh, attended by Laurence O’Toole of Dublin and 25 other bishops, together with many abbots. They decreed that no one who had not been trained at Armagh should lecture in theology, a decision which further confirmed the newly established Primacy of Armagh.

The Barony of Clane was originally part of the medieval barony of Otymy, granted by Strongbow c.1176 to Adam de Hereford, who gave it to his brother Richard de Hereford. It was partitioned between his two granddaughters, who married Sir John Staunton and his son Adam.

Clane grew into an important medieval town ruled by its own Provost, Bailiffs and Commons.

The old Abbey was supplanted in the mid-C13th by a Franciscan Friary, founded by the FitzGerald Lords of Ophaly. It possessed a church, chapter house, dormitory, store, kitchen, two chambers, a stable, an orchard and about 70 acres of land. A General Chapter of the Franciscan Order was held here in 1345.

The Friary was rebuilt c.1433. After King Henry VIII’s 1540 Dissolution of the Monasteries, the chapel, church and part of the dormitory were destroyed and the stones used to repair the ‘King’s castle in Maynouthe‘. Even though their medieval monastery was in ruins, the Franciscans kept their connections with Clane until well into the C18th, and the site continued to be used as a cemetery.

The 1798 Rebellion affected Clane less than neighbouring Prosperous, although the roof of the Church of Ireland edifice, also known as the Abbey, was set on fire on 24th May, and some skirmishes took place. The ruined church crowned the Village Green for over a century.

Both the RIC Barracks (already vacant) and the new Garda Siochána Barracks were burnt down at different stages of the Troubles.

Part of the old Abbey was used for CoI worship until 1883. The restored  tower is the most prominent landmark in Clane, while the Abbey Gardens were replanted in 2006 as a Garden of Peace & Rememberance.

The church of St Michael & All Angels (CoI), designed by JF Fuller in the Hiberno-Romanesque style, and consecrated in 1883, was built by Thomas Cooke-Trench, and contains a communion table gifted by his cousin, the poet Richard Chenovix Trench, Archbishop of Dublin. Featuring examples of Cloissone and Scraffito artwork, the church has strong appeal for enthusiasts of the Victorian Arts and Crafts Movement and the work of Clement Heaton and Sumner.

The church of Ss Michael & Brigid (RC) was built in 1884 on the site of a smaller edifice erected in 1895.

Clane also has a splendid new Community Park.

Clongowes Wood

Clongowes Wood (derived from “Cluain na nGabhann”  – “the clearing / meadow of the smith”), documented in 1414 as “syla de Clongow”, was an estate held the Wogan family and then by a junior branch of the Eustace family of Castlemartin, but was confiscated from James Eustace for participating in the 1641 Rebellion, when his 90-year-old mother was murdered by Crown troops breaking open her jaws to get a key to a secret stronghold.

The property was acquired in 1667 by a Dublin barrister called Browne and renamed Castle Browne / Castlebrowne. His descendant Michael Browne married Catherine Wogan of Rathcoffey, and the family becagme the Wogan-Brownes.

Clongowes Wood College (Photo © Jolanta W. Wawrzycka)

Clongowes Wood College was established by the Jesuits in 1814. The choice of location may have been influenced by the fact that there were at that time two Jesuits in the Irish Province from the parish of Clane – a Fr. Aylmer from Painstown and a Fr. Esmonde from Clane. The latter was the son of Dr John Esmonde, a 1798 Rebellionleader in Prosperous, who was hanged that year on Carlisle Bridge in Dublin.

The prestigious boarding school for boys grew rapidly, and in its almost 200 years of existence has educated leaders in every profession and in public life. Its most famous pupil was James Joyce.

 

A double row of lime trees (planted 1840) flanks the avenue through the grounds, which take in parts of the C15th ditch of the  Pale. (Photo © Jolanta W. Wawrzycka)

The college has an interesting museum of antiquities and a lovely chapel featuring Stations of the Cross by Sean Keating and stained glass windows by Evie Hone and Harry Clarke.

Betaghstown is the location of several attractive Victorian houses.

Mainham was probably named after Maighend, Abbot of Kilmainham, whose brother Saint Ultan Tua, famous for keeping a stone in his mouth to stop himself speaking during Lent, was buried in Clane. It is the location of an Anglo-Norman motte and a ruined medieval church.

The Wogan Mausoleum, an altar tomb displaying the figures of a man and a woman, dates from the mid-C18th.

Firmount House was built in late Victorian style by Major Henry, who owned the first motorcar in Clane – a White Steam.  During WWI the mansion was used as a Military Hospital, and local folklore claims that the first airplane to land in Ireland arrived in the big field in front, carrying a high-ranking officer. Later a TB sanatorium called St Conleth’s, the house is now the Dublin Regional Civil Defence Headquarters, responsible for reacting in the unlikely event of Ireland’s capital being attacked with nuclear weapons. The ground floor windows have been blocked and wooden floors replaced by reinforced concrete.

Millicent House

Millicent House, built in the Georgian style, was the residence of Richard Griffith after he retired from trading in the East Indies in 1786. His wife was well-known as a writer.

Griffiths was commander of the Sallins Yeoman Cavalry during the 1798 Rebellion; his lieutenant was his neighbour Dr. Esmonde, a secret leader of the United Irishmen, who reappeared after leading the notorious torching of the Prosperous barracks “in his usual place at the right of the troop” with “his hair dressed, his boots and breeches quite clean and himself fully accoutred”. Griffith was “speechless with astonishment and indignation”, and subsequently gave evidence against Esmonde, for which Millicent House was attacked and plundered by rebel sympathisers.

His son, Sir Richard Griffith, was a renowned geologist and civil engineer, most famous for his Geological Map of Ireland and his Valuation of Rateable Property in Ireland, commonly known as Griffith’s Valuation, an invaluable esource for historians and genealogists.

Millicent House was owned in the mid-C19th by the Cooke-Trench family.

 

The Wolfe Tone Memorial.

Bodenstown Cemetery is where Theobald Wolfe Tone is believed to be buried next to his brother Matthew, a failed merchant who shared his political views and was executed in Dublin in 1797. Republicans of various political and paramilitary persuasions congregate for commemorations and windy speeches at Tone’s graveside every summer, traditionally observed by a posse of plainclothes police officers and a few bored journalists. The old parish church was built as a replica of an Anglo-Norman stone church in Gower, Wales

Firmount House

Few now remember the place which Firmount House, south of Clane, had at the centre of the nation’s emergency planning when the Cold War posturing between the nuclear powers of NATO and the Soviet Pact was at its most threatening in the late 1960s.

Firmount has a colourful history: a Major Henry who built it brought the first motor car to Clane; it was later a British military hospital and by the 1940s, a TB sanatorium. Firmount has been vacant since 2007

 

 

 

Ancient History of Kildare page covers the following topics: Kings of Leinster, End of the Abbacy, Boundaries—Origins as Diocese, Initial Norman structures. Beginning of the County, Changes in Boundaries, Monastic Houses, The Fitzgeralds, Religious change, Elizabethan Kildare, Wars of the 1640s—See also: Irish Confederate Wars

Ancient History of Kildare

Map of County Kildare

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Map of County Kildare

An inland town on Ptolemy’s map of Ireland of 100 AD may be Rheban on the Barrow river, the only written records from pre-Christian County Kildare. The estimated date for the abandonment of the sacred pre-Christian site of Knockaulin/ Dún Áilinne is 400 AD, the traditional date for foundation of the monastery at Cill Dara is 490 AD, the date for the death of first Bishop Conlaed ua hEimri, (St Conleth) is 520 AD and the estimated date for the death of foundress Naomh Bríd/ St Brigid, is 524 AD (also dated 521 and 526, traditionally February 1). The rise of Kildare sept the Uí Dúnlainge after 633AD helped promote the cult of Naomh Bríd, giving her status as one of three ‘national saints’ of Ireland and increase the status of the two monasteries where they had influence, Kildare and Glendalough.

The first biography of Naomh Bríd, Vita Brigitae, already containing familiar wonder tales such as the story of how her cloak expanded to cover the area now known as the Curragh of Kildare, was compiled in 650AD by Cogitosus for Faolán mac Colmáin the first of the Uí Dúnlainge kings of Leinster. In 799 a reliquary in gold and silver was created for relics of Conlaed (St Conleth). Further south the death of Diarmait (St Diarmuid), anchorite scholar and founder of Castledermot created a second major monastic site in the county. There were also about 50 local saints associated with pattern days and wells in the county. Kildare is home to five surviving round towers at Kildare town, Castledermot, Old Kilcullen, Taghadoe near Maynooth and Oughter Ard near Ardclough.

Kings of Leinster

The Uí Dúnlainge claimed descent from Dúnlaing, son of Enna Nia. Their positions as Kings of Leinster were unopposed following the death of Aed mac Colggan in the Battle of Ballyshannon, on 19 August 738. The dynasty then divided into three kindreds, amongst which the kingship rotated from c.750 until 1050. This is unusual in early Irish history, according to Professor Francis John Byrne of University College Dublin, for it was the equivalent of “keeping three oranges in the air.” 14 Uí Meiredaig kings (later to become the O’Tooles) were based at Mullaghmast/Máistín 9 Uí Faelain kings (later the O’Byrnes) were based at Naas/ Nás na Ríogh and 10 Uí Dúnchada kings (later the Hiberno-Norman FitzDermots) were based at Lyons Hill/ Líamhain. The influence of the family helped secure place-myths for prominent Kildare landmarks in the heroic and romantic literature such as the Dindeanchas, Dinnshenchas Érenn as one of the “assemblies and noted places in Ireland”

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In 833 Vikings raided Kildare monastery for first of sixteen times, the second and most destructive raid following three years after, and the power of the Uí Dúnlainge waned after the battles of Gleann Mama, beside Lyons Hill in the north of the county in 999 and Clontarf in 1014. After the death of the last Kildare-based King of Laighin, Murchad Mac Dunlainge, in 1042, the Kingship of Leinster reverted to the Uí Cheinnselaig sept based in the south east.

In the Gaelic-era “Triads of Ireland”, Kildare was described at line 4 as: “The heart of Ireland”.

End of the Abbacy

In 1132 Kildare monastery was destroyed by Diarmait Mac Murchada /Diarmait MacMurrough, King of Laighin, when he forced the abbess to marry one of his followers and installed his niece as abbess. It was the end of the only major Irish church office open to women, in 1152 the Synod of Kells deprived the Abbess of Kildare of traditional precedence over bishops and when the last abbess of Kildare, Sadb ingen Gluniarainn Meic Murchada, (niece of Diarmait Mac Murchada), died in 1171 the Norman invasion of Ireland brought the famous abbacy to an end. Gerald of Wales/ Giraldus Cambrensis visited Kildare in 1186 and described the (later lost) Book of Kildare as the “dictation of an angel.” He also recorded the sacred fire of Kildare, the pagan nature of which was subject of iconoclastic suspicion as early as 1220 when it was extinguished by Henry de Londres, archbishop of Dublin. According to folklore, it was rekindled and continued to burn until the Protestant Reformation in 1541.

In 1162, the then King of Leinster presided over a Synod in Clane Co. Kildare, at which a Papal Legate and twenty-six bishops were present.(from Strongbow the Norman Invasion of Ireland by Conor Kostick, page 76.

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Irish Monastery Skelligs

Boundaries—Origins as Diocese

The first attempt to define the borders of Kildare was in 1111 when a sphere of influence for Kildare diocese was defined by the synod of Raith Bressail. For a short time Kilcullen was also a diocese.

Initial Norman structures

After the Cambro-Norman invasion removed the Uí Dúnlainge dynasty from power in 1170, Diarmait Mac Murcada’s Norman allies led by Strongbow divided Kildare amongst themselves: the Barony of Carbury to Meyler FitzHenry, Naas Offalia to Maurice Fitzgerald, Norragh to Robert FitzHereford and Salt (Saltus salmonus – Salmon Leap) to Adam FitzHereford. In 1210 Kildare became one of original twelve Norman counties of Ireland, originally known as the “Liberty of Kildare”. The Normans introduced the feudal system which was the usual landholding system in Western Europe at the time.

In 1247 the estate of Anselm Marshall was subdivided; Kildare was assigned to Sybilla (fourth daughter of William Marshall and Isabella, heiress to Strongbow and Aoife). Sybilla was already dead so the “Liberty of Kildare”, including what is now counties Laois and Offaly, passed to her daughter Agnes and husband William de Vesci. In 1278 the “Liberty” (later County) of Kildare was restored to Anges de Vesci. On her death in 1290 her son William succeeded to the Lordship of Kildare.

Beginning of the County

In 1297 William de Vesci surrendered the “Liberty of Kildare” to the English crown. “County Kildare” came into being and was defined as such by an Act of Edward I.

Shortly afterwards De Vesci fled to France, leaving the FitzGeralds of Maynooth to become the pre-eminent family in the county. John FitzThomas FitzGerald, 5th Baron of Offaly, was created first Earl of Kildare on May 14, 1316.

The Norman settlers also had their own literature. In 1200-25 the “Song of Dermot and the Earl” was drafted in Norman-French, and mentioned parts of Kildare. Soon after 1300 the “Kildare Poems” were written in medieval English.

Changes in Boundaries

The 1297 boundaries of County Kildare included much of the present counties Offaly and Laois. These were shired as King’s and Queen’s Counties in 1556.

Final form

County Kildare assumed its current borders in 1836 when it was reassigned three detached sections of County Dublin (including Ballymore Eustace) and one detached district of Kings County (the western Harristown and Kilbracken), while a detached district of Kildare, around Castlerickard, was reassigned to County Meath.

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Moore Abbey Monastraven

Monastic Houses

The establishment of a Cistercian Abbey at Monasterevan by the O’Dempsey’s in 1189 and an Augustinian priory in Naas in 1200 brought a new monastic tradition to Kildare. In 1202 Great Connell Priory Augustinian priory, set to become one of the finest in medieval Ireland, was founded by Meyler FitzHenry. In 1223 the last Gaelic bishop of Kildare, Cornelius MacFaelain, was succeeded by Ralph of Bristol and control of the church remained in Norman hands. In 1253 a Dominican friary was established at Athy and in 1302 a Franciscan abbey at Castledermot. In the early 14th century, the Kildare Poems, comprising some of the earliest written documents of English in Ireland, are thought to have been composed by Franciscan monks from Kildare.

The Fitzgeralds

In the years leading to the ascendancy of the FitzGerald family (1470–1535) Kildare came virtual capital of Ireland. The Irish Parliament sat in Naas on twenty occasions between 1255 and 1484, and there were also sittings in Kildare in 1266-67 and 1310, 12 in Castledermot between 1264 and 1509, Ballymore Eustace in 1390 and Great Connell Priory in 1478. English King Richard II took the submission of Irish chiefs at Great Connell Priory Augustinian Priory in 1395. in 1481, Gerald FitzGerald, Gearóid Mór, eighth earl of Kildare, was appointed English King’s Deputy in Ireland by Edward IV. The principles of the county, Edmond Lane, Bishop of Kildare, the Prior of Great Connell Priory and Gearóid Mór all assisted in coronation of Yorkist pretender Lambert Simnel in Dublin but were pardoned by the new king Henry VIII after Simnel’s defeat.

In 1488 Gearóid Mór became one of first to use guns in Ireland, importing six handguns from Germany for his personal guard and using cannon to destroy Balrath Castle in County Westmeath. When he was established in 1496 as Lord Deputy of Ireland, English King Henry VIII’s man in Ireland, the king allegedly said “if all Ireland cannot rule this man, let him rule all Ireland.” In 1504 Gearóid Mór defeated Clanricard and O Bríain in Knockdoe, Co Galway, the most important battle of his career. Gearóid Mór built Athy castle to secure his southern frontier in 1506 but died in Athy in 1513 from gunshot wounds received in an engagement with O’Mores and was succeeded by Gearóid Óg. Gearóid Óg established Ireland’s first University at Maynooth in 1518.

Even at the supposed height of their power, accusations by rivals that the family was plotting against Henry VIII bedeviled the FitzGerald dynasty. Gearóid Mór spent two years and Gearóid Óg 11 years in all as the King’s prisoner in the Tower of London. In 1534 Gearóid Óg was recalled to London once more (February), leaving his 20-year-old son Silken Thomas in charge. Thomas declared rebellion (11 June) on false information that his father had been executed. In 1535 Maynooth Castle, stronghold of Silken Thomas, was bombarded by cannon for 18 days and taken by William Brereton. Rathangan castle was also taken before Thomas submitted in October. Despite a guarantee of personal safety, Silken Thomas and five uncles were executed in the Tower of London in 1537. Thomas’s younger brother Gearóid was smuggled to Tuscany. The FitzGerald lands were confiscated and the biggest share-out of Kildare land since the Cambro-Norman conquest took place. In 1552 Gearóid the only survivor of FitzGerald family, was restored to his ancestral title and possessions.

The best DNA evidence may be hidden in Australian outback
Charles Lysaght PUBLISHED 19/02/2006

Fitzgerald

 

Hermione

Oscar Wilde once said that Burke’s Peerage was “the best thing the English have done in fiction”.
Such was the prevalence of infidelity among the nobility in those pre-pill days that many children
born to noble wives were not sired by their husbands. But no legal notice was taken of irregularity.
Neither wife nor husband was allowed to give evidence of non-access thereby bastard-ising the wife’s
offspring. Certainty was paramount; truth and justice the occasional casualty.

Such was the ordered world of 1884 when Gerald FitzGerald, fifth Duke of Leinster (great grandnephew
of the rebel republican Lord Edward) married Hermione, a beauty destined to die young and who is
still commemorated by the Hermione public lectures on art given every year at Alexandra College, Dublin.
She had a daughter, who died in infancy, and then three sons, Maurice, Desmond and Edward. Maurice,
who succeeded as sixth Duke when Gerald died in 1893, became incapacitated and died in a mental hospital
in 1922. Desmond, the golden boy of the family, was killed in 1916 serving in the Irish Guards.

So Edward, the third son, became seventh Duke. He was widely reputed to be the child of another nobleman
to whom the unhappy Hermione had formed an attachment. He had already disgraced himself running up gambling
debts and marrying May Ettridge, the pink pyjama girl of the Shaftesbury Theatre, whom he soon deserted,
leaving her with their only son Gerald.

Edward, always strapped for cash and soon to be bankrupt, did not support them, so May had to work in night
clubs to which she brought her son. The family trustees intervened and, incredibly, got the courts to take
Gerald, then five, away from her to be reared by a widowed great-aunt at Johnstown Castle in Wexford.
Over time, Gerald, known by his courtesy title Marquess of Kildare, became a stiff, rather aloof adult,
as respectable as his parents had been unrespectable.

He broke the family link with Ireland when he sold Kilkea Castle in 1960, and settled in Oxfordshire where
he built up a successful aviation business. When Edward died in 1976, an American teacher called Leonard
FitzGerald challenged Gerald Kildare’s right to succeed as Duke of Leinster.

Leonard said that his father was Duke Maurice, who had supposedly died in the mental hospital in 1922,
but who had, Leonard claimed, been exiled to America and lived on until 1967, claiming privately that
he was the rightful heir but had abdicated the title.

Not true, answered Gerald and his advisers, you are the son of Charlie Tyler and your father, the son
of a bandsman, was fantasising when he changed his name to Maurice FitzGerald and claimed a noble lineage.

In the event, Leonard did not pursue his claim and Gerald was duly summoned to the House of Lords as
Duke of Leinster. He died, aged 90, in December 2004 and would in normal course be succeeded by his
son Maurice. However Leonard’s son Paul, a property developer, has reactivated his family’s competing
claim with the difference that he contends that his grandfather (alias Charlie Tyler) was, in fact,
Lord Desmond FitzGerald, who was reputedly killed in the First World War. This claim rests on the
improbable hypothes is that the family had made Lord Maurice and Lord Desmond swap identities as teenagers
and that Maurice, not Desmond, was killed in 1916.

It is fair to state that Paul FitzGerald has nothing to gain financially from his claim as all “the
entails” – passing great family properties like Carton House and vast acres to whoever is Duke – have
ceased to exist. He has spent quite an amount of money pursuing it and is clearly acting in good faith.

His case rests on what his grandfather Charlie Tyler (who began to call himself Maurice FitzGerald when
he was 30) hinted and said about his origins, buttressed by allegations that there was an Establishment
conspiracy to conceal documents he lodged in 1930 in the Lord Chancellor’s Office to protect his son’s
right of succession.

The case made for Charlie Tyler by his descendants was convincingly demolished after a painstaking
investigation of all the documents by Michael Estorick in a book called Heirs and Graces published in 1981.

However, Estorick does not exclude the possibility that, as so often happens with claims of kinship
based on family tradition, there is some foundation for the story but that it has become distorted.
He speculates that Charlie Tyler may have been conceived by the bandmaster’s wife as a result of an
affair with Lord Charles FitzGerald, the black sheep brother of the fifth Duke who seems to have lived
out his life as a remittance man in Australia.

The one concrete piece of evidence Paul FitzGerald now produces is a report of photo comparisons tracing
family members through life carried out by a forensic imaging specialist at the University of Louisiana.
But this specialist rates her conclusions only as definite possibilities and states emphatically that they
cannot be considered positive identification or court-worthy testimony.

Apart from the documents said to be lodged in the Lord Chancellor’s Office since 1930, Paul FitzGerald’s
only other hope is DNA evidence. This enables one to tell whether persons are related on the male line
and has a potential to do more damage to the claims of hereditary peers than Tony Blair and New Labour
ever did. In this case, however, there is the difficulty, already noted, that Hermione’s third son,
the wicked Duke Edward, may not have been a son of her husband, the fifth Duke. If that is so, the DNA of
his male descendants (including the late Duke Gerald and his heir Maurice) will not match Paul’s, even if
Paul is who he claims he is. Paul’s best bet may be to find the descendants of Lord Charles hiding in the
Australian outback.

Coolcarrigan House Coolcarrigan Co. Kildare

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Home of the Wilson Wright family.

Coolcarrian House is situated a few miles from Hortland where Richard & Francis Stewart lived. We are all aware of the stories of the activities which took place in Richards house during the troubles, i.e., Robert Monteiths hidy hole, the Rebels storage under the floorboards.

In reading James Durneys “The Civil War in Kildare”, he records that Paddy Brennan OC Mid-Kildare Brigade occupied Coolcarrigan House with the men of the 4th & 6th Battalion. This was during the bombing of the Four Courts in Dublin in 1922.

Coolcarrigan became the headquarters of the IRA Rebels during this time so the area was a hot bed of rebel activies. So it is not suprising that other houses in the area were being used for the storage of arms & ammunition with or without the concent of the occupiers.

It was interesting to note that the owner of Coolcarrigan House at that time was Lady Jane Wilson Wright, who was a cousin of Sir Henry Wilson, chief of the imperial staff, who was gunned down by the IRA in June.
The house was garrisoned by about 40 men from the 1st & 6th Battalions and the formed a defensive position at Timahoe Cross.

Coolcarrigan House along with the Stewart house in Hortland were a few of the Protestant households in the area which were not torched by the Rebels during 1922.

Interesting.

Religious change

After King Henry VIII broke with the Roman Catholic Church in 1533 after his decision to remarry, the Pope appointed Franciscan Dónall O Bóacháin bishop of Kildare. When he died Thady Reynolds was appointed and initially recognised by Henry VIII. Reynolds refused to break with Rome in common with most Irish bishops and while he continued to minister Henry VIII appointed William Miagh in opposition as the first Protestant bishop of Kildare. Some later documents refer to his 1550 successor Thomas Lancaster as the first Protestant bishop, partly because he was Kildare’s first married bishop and partly because Henry VIII also disliked Lutherans until his death in 1547. By 1550 Edward VI was formulating a more Lutheran state religion.

When the English crown turned back to Catholicism under Queen Mary in 1555-58, Thomas Leverous became the first native Kildare bishop in 400 years, being of Norman descent. From 1558 the new Queen Elizabeth I ascended the throne and as he refused to take the Oath of Allegiance he was deprived of his see. In 1570 the papal bull Regnans in Excelsis finally declared Elizabeth to be an illegitimate heretic, and from this point on it became harder for Kildare’s landed families, most of whom were Catholic, to be simultaneously loyal to the queen and also to be observant Catholics. Kildare’s numerous Norman families became known as Old English, to distinguish them from newer arrivals conformed to the state religion.

Elizabethan Kildare

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Queen Elizabeth I granted charters to Naas in 1568 and Athy in 1613. In 1576 the earliest record of grazing rights on the Curragh named Robert Bathe as the beneficiary. In 1580, during the Second Desmond Rebellion, 200 Spaniards who had arrived in Smerwick in the Dingle Peninsula as part of the 1579 Papal invasion force and marched to Naas were massacred by the English crown forces at Fód Spáinigh. In 1581 Catholic martyrs Fr James Eustace and Fr Nicholas FitzGerald were executed in Naas.

Wars of the 1640s—See also: Irish Confederate Wars

Kildare suffered greatly in the civil wars of the 1640s that ravaged both Ireland and Britain -see Wars of the Three Kingdoms.

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Lord Deputy Thomas Wentworth came to reside at the uncompleted Jigginstown House in Naas, Ireland’s first royal palace, in 1637. When he was recalled and executed in 1641 it remains unfinished and today only the basement is still standing.

The wars began in Ireland with the Irish Rebellion of 1641 that broke out in October of that year. The early fighting in Kildare saw small bands of Irish Catholic rebels attacking English troops and Protestant settlers, followed by a punitive English expedition led by the Earl of Ormonde. In early 1642 Ormonde led out his royalist forces to subdue Kildare; burned the town of Lyons Hill, gave up Naas to his soldiers to plunder, reduced Kildare cathedral to ruins through cannon-fire and sent parties to burn Kilcullen, Castlemartin, and “the entire county for 17 miles in length and 25 in breadth”. Butler garrisoned Naas and then defeated the Confederate Irish forces under Lord Mountgarret in the Battle of Kilrush (April 15). When Father Peter Higgins of Naas was hanged, he became the county’s third famous Catholic martyr.

In May 1642, the landed Catholic rebels set up their own government at Kilkenny known as Confederate Ireland. Most of the Kildare landowners participated in this assembly. The English position was weakened by the outbreak of the English Civil War, the recall of many of their troops and the split of the remaining forces between Royalists and Parliamentarians.

The Parliamentarians were the more hostile faction to the Confederates and a truce known as the first Ormonde Peace, a ceasefire between Royalists and Irish Confederates, was signed at Jigginstown House in Naas (Sept 15). The ceasefire broke down in May 1646 and Confederate forces marched through Kildare to besiege Dublin. The Royalists then handed the capital over to Parliamentarian troops in 1647 and the Confederate armies tried to eliminate this hostile force. Owen Roe O’Neill took Woodstock Castle in Athy briefly in 1647. Thomas Preston also took Maynooth castle in that year and hanged its garrison. However, Preston’s Leinster army was destroyed, losing 3000 killed at the battle of Dungans Hill, on the road between Maynooth and Trim in August 1647, crippling Confederate power in the area. Kildare landowner and Confederate cavalry officer Garret Cron Fitzgerald was killed early in the battle. In 1648 Owen Roe O’Neill refused to ally his army with Ormonde’s royalists and the moderate Confederates, and engaged in a brief war with them which fatally weakened the Confederate cause.

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In 1649, Oliver Cromwell landed in Dublin with over 10,000 Parliamentarian troops and began a thorough re-conquest of Ireland. In 1650 Naas and Kildare surrendered to Cromwellian forces. Cromwell’s Dublin-based commander John Hewson took Ballisonan Castle by force. Athy and Castledermot were captured without opposition.

This page on Kildare History covers the following topics: Lands Redistributed, Diocese of Kildare, Georgian Kildare, Constituencies, Industrial Revolution, Population Growth, Historical Populations by Year, University, Canals, 1798 Rebellion, Emmet Rebellion of 1803, Military Camp, Local Politicians, Railways, Sporting Revolution, Athletes and Horses, A New State, Towns and Trends, Coats of Arms and Genealogical Notes

Lands Redistributed

The first major map of Kildare, The Down Survey was completed in 1656. It served as the basis of more redistribution of land confiscated after the Cromwellian conquest, in line with the Adventurers Act (see also Plantations of Ireland). After the Treaty of Limerick in 1691, further estates in Kildare forfeited included those of Talbot, Dongan, Tyrrel, Eustace, Trant and Lawless who continued to support the losing Jacobite cause. The best known buyer of land from the new grantees was the Donegal-born lawyer and estate agent, William Conolly, who built what was then the largest private house in Ireland at Castletown House, Celbridge in 1722-28.

Diocese of Kildare

The Catholic diocese of Kildare first united with Leighlin Diocese to the south in 1676 when Mark Forstall, bishop of Kildare, was also appointed administrator of Leighlin by St Oliver Plunkett. He was arrested in 1678 and again in 1681 for ‘having exercised papal jurisdiction.’ The union was formalised in 1694 when John Dempsey was appointed bishop of Kildare and administrator of Leighlin, despite penal laws. The last Catholic bishop to reside in Kildare was James Gallagher, much of it in hiding near the Bog of Allen. His Sixteen Irish Sermons (1736) is the major Irish language theological work of the age and has gone through 14 editions by 1820. The Anglican/Episcopalian Diocese of Kildare merged with Dublin in 1846 after the death of the last Church of Ireland bishop of Kildare, Charles Dalrymple Lindsay. In 1976 the Church of Ireland diocese of Kildare separated from Dublin and joined to Meath.

Georgian Kildare

Kildare enjoyed prosperity during the 18th century, as the focus of economic life turned to the large landed estates and market towns.

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Carton House

The Earl of Kildare purchased and started reconstruction of Carton House near Maynooth in 1739. Henry Boyle Carter purchased and started reconstruction of Castlemartin near Kilcullen in 1730. The running of horse races on the Curragh, well established for centuries, was formalized in 1717 when the duties of the Ranger of the Curragh were extended to supervising “the proper conduct of the King’s Plate”. Maps of the county compiled by Noble & Keenan in 1753 and Alexander Taylor in 1783 show the advent of arterial drainage and the boglands of the north west of the county being reclaimed for agriculture.

Turnpike (toll) roads were laid from the 1730s, largely in line with today’s main roads. In the late 1700s the Grand Canal and the Royal Canal passed through the county on the way from Dublin to the Shannon. The county was run by landowners on the grand jury system. While much of Ireland had a problem with absentee landlords living and spending their rents mostly in Dublin or London, most Kildare landlords lived on their land and reinvested more of their income locally.

Constituencies

In the Parliament of Ireland (1297-1800), by 1684 Kildare was represented by two men for Kildare County, and two each for the boroughs of Naas, Kildare, Athy and Harristown. Therefore the county had 10 seats in the 300-seat Irish House of Commons.

In the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (1801-1918) Kildare became the single constituency of Kildare in 1801-1885, returning 2 members; two constituencies of North Kildare and South Kildare, returning one member each;

In 1918 both elections were won by members who sat in the First Dáil

From the 1921 election and the creation of the Irish Free State the county has been merged with other constituencies, or has been divided: Kildare–Wicklow 1921-22 Kildare 1923-37 Carlow–Kildare 1937-48 Kildare 1948-97 Kildare North 1997- Kildare South 1997-

Industrial Revolution

Industrial projects were started by largely Quaker families at Ballitore by Abraham Shackleton in 1726 while Robert Brooke was assisted by a £25,000 grant from the Irish Parliament in building a cotton mill and town of 200 houses at the newly named town of Prosperous in the 1780s. Turnpike roads were built from the 1730s. John Wynn Baker opened Kildare’s earliest factory, manufacturing agricultural instruments at Loughlinstown, Celbridge in 1764. John Cassidy established a distillery in Monasterevan in 1784. In 1729 Ireland’s first turnpike road was created from Dublin to Kilcullen. In 1756 the year that construction work on the Grand Canal commenced in the north of the county a 31-year-old Celbridge-born brewer Arthur Guinness leased a brewery at Leixlip in 1755 and bought a second brewery at St James’s Gate in Dublin. In the 1790s the Royal Canal was dug from Dublin along the north of the county and the first railways were laid in the 1840s.

Population growth

Early estimates of Kildare’s population include GP Bushe’s 1788 return of the number of households in Kildare at 11,272 (population afterwards estimated at 71,570) and DA Beaufort’s household returns of 11,205 in 1790, and estimated population at 56,000. Mason’s Statistical Survey of 1813 calculated the number of households at 14,564, and the population at 85,000 with figures for towns: Athy 3,192, Naas 2,018, Maynooth 1,468, Kildare 1,299. The first census in 1821 recorded a population of 99,065 (Athy 3,693, Naas 3,073, Kildare 1,516, Maynooth 1,364).

Historical populations Year Population. %±

1653 11,983 —1659 13,825 15.4% 1788 71,570 417.7% 1813 85,000 18.8% 1821 99,065 16.5%             1831 108,424 9.4% 1841 114,488 5.6% 1851 95,723 -16.4% 1861 90,946 -5.0% 1871 83,614 -8.1%       1881 75,804 -9.3% 1891 70,206 -7.4% 1901 63,566 -9.5% 1911 66,627 4.8% 1926 58,028 -12.9%         1936 57,892 -0.2% 1946 64,849 12.0% 1951 66,437 2.4% 1956 65,915 -0.8% 1961 64,420 -2.3%          1966 66,404 3.1% 1971 71,977 8.4% 1979 97,185 35.0% 1981 104,122 7.1% 1986 116,247 11.6%        1991 122,656 5.5% 1996 134,992 10.1% 2002 163,944 21.4% 2006 186,335 13.7%

University

 

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Maynooth College

Maynooth, which had been the site of Ireland’s first ‘college’ in 1518, was re-established by the government as a seminary for Catholic lay and ecclesiastical students in 1795, with Kildare-born Fr John Chetwode Eustace among first professors. In 1817 Maynooth’s lay college closed and it functioned solely as a Catholic seminary for 150 years. In 1910 it became a constituent college of the National University of Ireland and reopened for lay students in 1967. Nobel Peace prize winner John Hume is among its alumni. In 1812 Clongowes Wood College near Clane was founded by the Jesuit order as a centre for second-level education. James Joyce and three Taoisigh of the Republic are among its alumni.

What is not generally know, is that when the Chuch of Ireland was dis-established and most of its lands were confiscated by the State, as a result of the sale of these lands a substantial sum of money was given to the creation of Maynooth College. The English realised that they could not beat Catholism or Irish out of the Irish so they decided to set up a mirror image University similar to Trinity College Dublin, which was Maynooth College.

Canals

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Grand Canal

Work on the Grand Canal began in 1756 and it reached the Kildare border in 1763. In 1779 the first section of Grand Canal was opened to goods traffic, from Dublin to Ballyhealy, near Celbridge and in 1780 to passenger boats. Ten years later the Naas branch of the Grand Canal completed. The canal reached Tullamore in 1784, and a southern branch known as the Barrow navigation reached Athy in 1791.

Traffic on the Grand Canal peaked at 120,615 passengers in 1846 and 379,045 tons of cargo in 1865. The canal was motorized in 1911-24 and closed for commercial traffic in 1960. The Grand Canal remains open for pleasure boats and restoration of the Royal Canal was completed in 2006. Both were seriously affected by the advent of railways in Kildare from the 1840s.

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Royal Canal at Kilcock.

Work began on the Royal Canal in 1789 and it reached Kilcock in 1796, but this more northerly line was never a commercial success.

1798 Rebellion and Emmet Rebellion of 1803—See also Irish Rebellion of 1798

Support in Kildare for the United Irishmen’s revolutionary democratic movement at the time of the 1798 rebellion has been estimated at 10,000. It has also been suggested that Valentine Lawless who inherited Lyons near Ardclough was a prominent member of the government in waiting should the rebellion succeed. United Irish leader and later informer Thomas Reynolds lived at Kilkea, Lord Edward Fitzgerald returned to Maynooth in 1796 to organise the United Irishmen and Theobald Wolfe Tone was buried at his godfather’s family plot at Bodenstown. In the years leading up to the rebellion there were anti-militia riots in riots in Kilcullen and Ballitore. Lawrence O’Connor was executed in Naas for plotting against the English administration in 1795. In December 1797, 1,500 guns and 3,000 bayonets were captured on a boat on the canal at Athy.

The first shots of the 1798 rebellion were fired in Kildare. On May 23, the signal for rebellion was given when mail coaches were seized at Johnstown and Maynooth. Kildare rebels attacked Kilcullen and Prosperous by Sir William Griffiths of Millicent, they were repulsed at Naas and Clane, and a force under William Aylmer was eventually defeated at the battle of Ovidstown on June 18. 350 surrendering prisoners were slaughtered in the Gibbet Rath massacre at the Curragh despite an initially successful effort by General Dundas to defuse the rising with a policy of mass pardons. In turn, the two loyalist garrisons at Rathangan were also slaughtered after surrendering. The fighting in Kildare did not end until the surrender of William Aylmer in mid-July.

In 1803 Kildare-men recruited by Michael Quigly participated in a brief United Irish uprising organised by Robert Emmet. Maynooth was the only town successfully seized by the rebels (July 23–25) and Kildare troops under Nicholas Gray marched to Thomas Street in Dublin to participate in the ill-fated rebellion. Emmett’s uniform was later found at Rathcoffey. The most prominent victim of the Emmet rebellion, Arthur Wolfe, Lord Kilwarden, was buried at Oughterard in Ardclough.

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Military Camp

Traffic on the Grand Canal peaked at 120,615 passengers in 1846 and 379,045 tons of cargo in 1865. The canal was motorized in 1911-24 and closed for commercial traffic in 1960. The Grand Canal remains open for pleasure boats and restoration of the Royal Canal was completed in 2006. Both were seriously affected by the advent of railways in Kildare from the 1840s.

One outcome of the rebellion was the establishment of a temporary military encampment at the Curragh in 1805. In 1816 a new town came into being with the building of a military barracks near a bridge over the Liffey – it was to be called Newbridge. In 1855 a permanent encampment was built for 10,000 infantry on the Curragh.

Local Politicians

Kildare had ten parliamentary representatives in old Irish House of Commons – two for the Kildare County and two members each from Athy, Harristown, Kildare Borough and Naas. Two of the most powerful figures in 18th century politics resided in the county, Speakers of the house William Conolly at Castletown House near Celbridge and John Ponsonby at Bishopscourt near Kill. The post-1801 Act of Union Kildare county constituency had two seats in the British House of Commons. The La Touche and Fitzgerald families controlled local politics through the first half of the 19th century until challenged by Balyna-born Richard More O’Ferrall. Naas Corporation, controlled by the Bourke family, was dissolved in 1840. In 1898 Stephen J Brown was elected first chairman of the first Kildare County Council to be directly elected. With the rise of the Home Rule movement and the establishment of a nationalist newspaper, the Leinster Leader in Naas in 1884, William Cogan and Otho Fitzgerald were succeeded by Home Rule Members of Parliament Charles Henry Meldon, James Leahy and James Carew, owner of the Leinster Leader and founder of the Irish Independent newspaper.

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Railways

The first sod on the new railway line from Dublin to Cork was turned at Adamstown near the Dublin-Kildare border in January 1846. By June the line had been completed to Sallins. The first train ran to Carlow in 1846 and to Cork in 1850. The third worst rail accident in Irish history occurred at Straffan Station in 1853, when a goods train ran into the back of a stationary passenger train killing 18 people, including a nephew of Irish political leader Daniel O’Connell. As rail traffic declined Straffan Station was closed in 1947 and Hazelhatch and Sallins stations in 1963. Kildare was also served by the Tullow Extension, running south from Naas, through Harristown (for that area and Kilcullen) and on to Tullow in County Carlow. Main article: Dublin Suburban Rail

In 1995 a section of the line was opened for a new Dublin area commuter service, the Arrow, and Sallins and Hazlehatch stations reopened as part of the “Southwestern Commuter” line. Another reopened line runs westwards, serving Leixlip, Maynooth and Kilcock, continuing towards Enfield, County Meath.

Sporting Revolution

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Horse Racing at the Curragh 1944

The Turf Club was founded at the Curragh horse racing circuit in 1790 to regulate the racing of horses, but attempts to establish an Irish 1000 guineas in 1815 and an “O’Darby Stakes” in 1817 were unsuccessful until the most important flat race in the country, the Irish Derby was established on an annual basis from 1866 on. The Turf Club regulated to famous bare knuckle contests involving Dublin prize fighter Dan Donnelly against Tom Hall in 1814 and George Cooper in 1815, drawing estimated crowds of 20,000 to the Curragh. In 1846 the first railway excursion organised for a sporting event worldwide ran on the new Great Southern and Western Railway line to Curragh races. The first annual ball of the Kildare hunt was held in 1860, soon to become the social event of the year in the county. Punchestown Races were reorganised and reconstituted as ‘Kildare and National Hunt Steeplechases’ in 1861. The first day of the 1868 meeting attracted an estimated 150,000 spectators.

Athletes and Horses

Cricket clubs were established from the 1850s on and Ireland’s first golf course laid out on the Curragh in 1852 by Musselburgh club member David Ritchie. In 1871 County Kildare Cricket Club was formed “for the promotion of cricket, football, archery, pigeon shooting, lawn tennis and, if possible, polo. Kildare men were winning sporting fame in the USA included Clane-born Jack Kelly, alias Jack (Nonpareil) Dempsey who won the world middleweight boxing title in 1884 in Great Kills, New York, held the title for seven years and inspired a later heavyweight boxer to borrow his name. In 1893 Clane born Tommy Conneff ran a new world mile record of 4 minutes 17.8 seconds, a record that was to stand for 20 years. In 1903 the fourth Gordon Bennett Cup Motor Race staged in Athy, setting new speed records of over 60 MPH. The GAA was established in the county in 1887 and Kildare GAA helped establish Gaelic football as a major sport meeting Kerry three times in 1903 GAA All Ireland “home” final attracting attendances of 12,000, 18,000 and 20,000. In 1995 the annual staging of the European Open golf tournament was moved to Straffan from Birmingham and the course staged the Ryder Cup in September 2006. Kildare was designated the “Thoroughbred County” by its county council in recognition of its equine tradition. In 2000 Kildare-trained racehorses won the leading races in England and Ireland over jumps and on the flat, Ted Walsh from Greenhills, Kill won the Irish (Comanche Court) and English (Papillon) Grand Nationals while Sindaar, trained by John Oxx on the Curragh, won the Irish and English Derbies. Kildare’s reputation as a stud capital was undamaged by the high profile kidnap of English derby winner Shergar in 1983.

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Car Racing at the Curragh

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Motor Bike racing 1959

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Motor Bike Scrambling at the Curragh

A New State

Kildare did not participate in the Fenian rebellion of 1867, though John Devoy was born at Kill. Incidents in the Land War such as the Clongorey evictions politicised the largely agricultural county and one of the first politicians elected to the new Irish parliament, Dáil Éireann in 1922, Hugh Colohan, was a veteran of the Clongorey campaign. Several Kildare politicians have held high rank since independence including Dónal Ó Buachalla, last Governor General of the Irish Free State, who had led a column of volunteers from Maynooth to participate in the 1916 Easter Rising, Art O’Connor, appointed Minister for Agriculture by the first Dáil in 1919 and briefly leader of Sinn Féin after Eamon de Valera founded Fianna Fáil in 1926 before he, too, joined Fianna Fáil, William Norton leader of the Irish Labour Party 1932-60 and Tánaiste 1948-51 and 1954–57, Alan Dukes leader of Fine Gael 1987-90 and Minister for Finance 1982-86, Gerry Sweetman Minister for Finance 1954-57, Charlie McCreevy Minister for Finance 1997-2004 and later EU commissioner, and Paddy Power Minister for Forestry and Fisheries 1979-81 and Defence 1982.

Towns and Trends

Kildare’s population plunged to a low of 57,892 in 1936. Athy, Kildare’s most populous town since records began, was briefly overtaken by Naas as Kildare’s largest in 1901 (Naas 3,836, Athy 3,599) but regained its position by a small margin in 1926. By 1956 Newbridge was the largest town with a population of 4,157, (Athy 3,948, Naas 3,915). In 1986 Leixlip became the largest town, and Celbridge was recorded as the fastest growing town in Ireland. Naas was the largest town in 1996 only to be overtaken by Newbridge again in 2002 when the census recorded a highest ever population of 163,995 for the county, a 21.5pc increase on 1996. Infrastructural projects helped change the demographics of the county. The Kildare leg of the dual carriageway to Naas opened in 1963 and was followed by Ireland’s first section of motorway, the Naas Bypass in 1983, the Newbridge bypass (1993), Kildare bypass (2003) and Monasterevan bypass (2004) on the M7, the Maynooth bypass (1994) and Kilcock- Kinnegad bypass (2005) on the M4.

Coats of Arms and Genealogical Notes

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Arms connected in some way to the county, as taken from the Irish Book of Arms. The original listings provide specific locations for families, and clues for future research. Among those in this section with rough sketches of coats of arms are Joshua Allen; Aylmer of Kilcock; Borrowes of Gilltown; Bourke of Naas; Burdett of Ballymany; Clements of Killadoon; O’Coonor Henchy of Stonebrook; Cooke Trench of Millicent; Anne Crofton of the line of Croker of Backwestern; De Burgh of Oldtown; De Courcy of Robertstown House; Eustace of Kilcock; Finny of Leixlip; James Fitzgerald of Carton; Margaretta Foster; Greem of Millbrook; Dr. George Lewis Jones of Kildare; Kennedy of Baronrath; Lawless of Cloncurry; Mansfield of Morristown Lattin; Palmer of Rahan; Wogan-Browne of Castle Brown; Arthur Wolfe; Joseph Leeson; Alice Howard of Wicklow; John Henniker; John Stratford of Baltinglass; Richard Wingfield; Bayly of Ballyarthur; Somerville of Clermont; Spedding; Stoney of the Downs; Deane of Glendaragh; Tynte of Tynte Park; Warren of Ballydonarea; Henry Maynard, Baron; Bagenal of Carlow; Burton of Burton Hall; Delany of Bagnalstown; John Dawson, Baron Dawson; Kavanagh of Borris; Robertson of Huntington Castle; Vigors of Burgage; Philip Wharton; and Wolseley of Mt. Wolseley.

Estate maps Estate maps of Kildare, Maynooth, and Carton House dating from the 18th and 19thcentury survive in the National Library of Ireland, in the Irish Architectural Archive and in repositories outside the state such as Cambridge University Library, with a small selection reproduced (Andrews 1986 & Horner 1995). Notable estate maps include:

“A survey of the town of Kildare belonging to his excellency James, Earl of Kildare”. Kildare, 1757, John Rocque, National Library of Ireland, MS 22004 (5)

“A survey of the town of Maynooth”. Kildare, 1757, John Rocque, Cambridge, University Library, MS Plans x.4.

“Maynooth, 1781”, by Thomas Sherrard, Cambridge, University Library, MS Plans x.4. “Proposed Redevelopment of Maynooth”, c. 1757, Cambridge, University Library, MS Plans x.4.

“Maynooth, 1773” by Bernard Scalé, (Carton)

“A survey of the town of Kildare, the estate of his grace the duke of Leinster”, Kildare, 1798, by Thomas Sherrard, National Library of Ireland, MS 22004 (6)

“Kildare”, 1817 by Sherrard, Brassington and Greene, National Library of Ireland, MS 22004 (7)

“Survey of the town and town-parks of Maynooth …“, c. 1821, by Sherrard, Brassington and Greene, National Library of Ireland, MS 22004 (12)

1655 French maps Copies of a series of nine maps from 1655 reproduced from the originals held in the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris at a scale of 80 to 160 perches to an inch and including the baronies of Kilcullin, Carbury, Claine Great Connel Kilcah, Norrogh & Rabane, Ikeathy & Oughterany, Naas and Salt. Copies are available for consultation at the Local Studies Library.

Noble and Keenan Map of the County of Kildare, 1752. Copies are available for consultation at the Local Studies Library, and the Map Library, Trinity College Dublin.

National Library of Ireland Surnames (Part I of II)

The following is a listing of surnames for which there are manuscripts, periodicals or information of some kind at the National Library of Ireland. This list will be updated on a regular basis, however, what you see is what you get: I’m afraid that I am unable to provide more information than what is listed here. Sorry, folks. Aylmer (2)

(1). “Burke’s Colonial Gentry”, see p 754. (Balrath, Meath).

(2). Kildare Journal, vol. III, p 178. (Donadea).

The Murders at Wildgoose Lodge.

Agrarian crime and punishment in pre-famine Ireland by Terence Dooley.

The occupiers of Wildgoose Lodge were a family called Lynch and it assumed the Judith escaped the destruction of the house by fire and the burning to death of the rest of the Lynch family. The local Ribbonmen torched the house following Lynch senior informing the authorities of the names of men who had raided his house and stolen money and arms. Three men were executed for this crime.

Following the fire one of the informers was a young lady who was given safe passage to New Brunswick. She eventually came back to Ireland where a sum of £28 7s 8d was paid to the Honorable Robert La Poer Trench for the ‘expense of sending Judith Lynch back to Ireland.

Informers were used extensively by the authorities but they ran the risk of being killed by the local Ribbonmen.

Griffith Family of Co. Kildare

 

 The Griffith Family 

Map of Kildare 

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Richard Griffith (C. 1752-1820)

The Dublin born captain of the Clane Yeomanry was a director of the Grand Canal Company. He lived in Millicent Co Kildare.

He was Askeaton Co Limerick MP (1783-1790). High Sheriff of Co Kildare 1788

At a meeting in May 1797 in Naas he was among a group that called on the Lord Lieutenant to proclaim Co Kildare. That amounted to imposing martial law and what today’s society would call zero tolerance.

Sir Richard Griffith (C. 1784-1878)

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His son Richard Dublin born, Richard lived in Portarlington Co Laois and later in Millicent Co. Kildare.

He became a mining engineer and geologist famous for Griffith’s Valuation of Rateable Property of Ireland 1846-1864.

Richard John Griffith was born in Hume St.  Dublin on September 20 1784, son of Richard Griffith of Millicent in Clane, Co. Kildare, who was descended from a branch of the Griffith family of Penrhyn, near Bangor in Gwynedd, Wales.  He was baptised in St. Peter’s Church in Aungier Street on October 11.

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Millicent House part of the Millicent Estate Sallins Co.Kildare

After a brief commission in the Royal Irish Artillery in 1799, he moved to London to study civil engineering and mining, and became fascinated by the newly important science of geology, visiting and analysing the geology of various areas in England, Scotland and Wales. He completed his studies in Edinburgh, where he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 1807. In 1808 he returned to Ireland, where he was commissioned by the Royal Dublin Society to carry out a study of the Leinster Coalfield. He was appointed Engineer to the Bog Commissioners in 1809 and over the following four years wrote detailed accounts of the geology of various parts of the country, including Clare, Cork , Kerry, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo and Wicklow.

He continued to accumulate official appointments, becoming Professor of Geology and Mining at the Royal Dublin Society in 1812, Inspector-General of His Majesty’s Royal Mines in Ireland at about the same time and Engineer of public works in Cork Kerry and Limerick in 1822. The first edition of his Geological Map of Ireland was published in 1815. This was revised and republished a number of times over the following 40 years, and came to be the work he would think of as his life’s major achievement. The appointment that eventually led to the Valuation was as Boundary Commissioner in 1824. This oversaw the precise fixing of town land boundaries, laying out in exact lines the edges of areas that had long been fluid or traditional, and omitting many older place names in the process: one flawed aspect of Griffith’s method was undoubtedly the way in which names used by the gentry, often English-language and recent, were preferred to traditional names used by the peasantry. In any case, exact boundaries were a prerequisite to the detailed mapping of Ireland to be carried out by the Ordnance Survey, which was itself a necessary preliminary to any accurate valuation. The connections between naming, mapping and valuing were clear to the government of the day, and were made explicit when Griffith was appointed Commissioner for the General Survey and Valuation of Rateable Property in Ireland in 1827, following the Valuation Act of 1826, an Act which he was involved in drafting. He held this position for the following 41 years, until 1868. Over the course of this period he was also involved in public works on the Shannon, the erection of what are now the National Gallery and National Museum and the rebuilding of the Royal Barracks in Dublin (now Collins Barracks, part of the National Museum ). He became Chairman of the Board of Works in 1850.

Griffith married Maria Jane, daughter of George Waldie, in 1812 and had four children, George Richard, Elizabeth Jane, Charlotte Jane and Anna Maria. He was created a baronet in 1858 in recognition of his contribution to public service and died in 1878, aged 94.

By all accounts Griffith did not suffer fools gladly, or indeed at all. The smallest deviation from his instructions would result in instant dismissal. In this he may simply have been a product of his age. He was certainly authoritarian and demanding, but he achieved extraordinary administrative success in the midst of the most catastrophic era in Ireland ’s history.

The Grand Canal at Sallins Co Kildare

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This image is of the Leinster Aquaduct taking the Grand Canal over the river Liffey, the location is at the edge of the former Millicent Estate and when built may have been inside the former estate. (Not proven)

Richard Griffith was a director of the Grand Canal Company

Construction of the Dublin – Barrow Canal began in 1756, and traffic was floating from Dublin to Sallins by 1779. It then swung west crossing the Liffey by a Viaduct on toward Prosperous and Monastraven. A spur branch was built to Naas and onwards to Athgarvan.

 

Various Records for Co. Kildare

Co. Kildare – Donadea School – Bardic & Hedge Schools

A neat school-house has been built of stone, at an expense of £340, of which £170 was granted from the lord-lieutenant’s school fund, and the remainder raised by subscription and by the Kildare-Place Society; three acres of land were granted at a nominal rent by Sir G. G. Aylmer, on lease renewable for ever, and vested in the rector and churchwardens, for the master; the school is further supported by the Trustees of Erasmus Smith’s charity; 30 boys and girls are educated in it. Nearby was a Post Office and a dispensary.

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Donadea Old School

Extracts taken from Schools in Kildare & Leighlin A.D. 1775-1835

Written by Rev Martin Brennan M.A. B.D. Ph.D. Published by M H Gill & Son Ltd 1935

These extracts are based on unpublished documents, which were held in Maynooth College and give a vivid picture of the state of popular education in the Catholic Diocese during the closing years of the eighteenth and early nineteenth century. The book also contains reports on a selection of State Schools (Protestant) by town land. A copy of the above is available in Wicklow County Library Bray Co. Wicklow and was kindly loaned for this project by the Librarian Michael Kelleher

P. 125 Proselytism in action.

Some specific examples may now be given of the proselytising activities such as: London Hibernian Society, Baptist Church and the Kildare Place Society.

Article on Donadea Castle School (Protestant).

It is a parish school, built with the aid of the Lord Lieutenant’s School fund and of Kildare Place Society. The local Landlord (Lord Aylmer) has granted a site of 2 acres forever for the School, His wife Lady Aylmer has appointed the Protestant teachers, and his family superintends the school with the assistance of the Parish Minister. Moreover, the school is in connection with the Erasmus Smith Trust, which pays the salaries of the teachers, and the Kildare Place Society, which supplies books and probably gratuities to the teachers. In 1823 when the school opened, scholars flocked in to number 174, mostly Catholics.

By 1824 the scholars numbered only 46, only 2 were Catholics.

The Parish Priest explains: ‘I was led to understand that the School of Donadea was established for the indiscriminate education of Catholic and Protestant without religious distinction, and under this impression I permitted children of my parish to frequent the school. In a few days the number of Catholic children amounted to about 170, the number of Protestants to about 5 or half a dozen.’

‘Feeling it my duty to watch over the education of the children, I did not omit to make enquiries as to the System adopted by the school, and regretted to find that it was such that it could not receive my sanction. The Catholic children were every day obliged to read a portion of the Protestant Bible, or heard it read. The Catholic Catechism was excluded from the School. The Master and Mistress were Protestants, and the school was exclusively superintended by individuals, whose ardent spirit of proselytism was not calculated to receive my confidence or diminish my alarm. Remonstrance with the foundress of the school I deemed quite nugatory, and was thus reduced to the necessity of withdrawing the children from a school, the obvious tendency of which was proselytism. The school was thus reduced to about half a dozen after it existed for about three weeks.’

‘One Catholic was compelled by his unhappy father to resist my prohibition. The father who is a poor aged dependant of Lord Aylmer, has declared to my Curate with tears that had reason to dread the loss of his little means of subsidence were he to withdraw his child from a school, where his conscience told him he should not send him. The poor child has called on me on several times, and declared his determination to resist the mandate of his father rather than sacrifice his religion. My alarm for the faith of boy, and indeed of all of the children that frequent that school, was much increased by the fact that Lady Aylmer’s gatekeeper, though nominally a Catholic; has suffered his children to be educated at the school as Protestants: yielding in part to religious indifference and principally to temporal interest’.

‘Thus it will be seen that I have withdrawn the children, I did it because I felt convinced that education was intended as the barter of religion, and I cannot but deplore that spirit of little less than active persecution which has assumed the semblance of religious zeal, is calculated to excite discontent in every part of this unfortunate country which its influence can reach, and tends to unsettle religious belief and subvert the very foundation of morality, by substituting temporal views for conscience convictions’.

‘With regard to the average number in the above school, I beg to observe that it is taken from May last, whereas the school existed for nearly twelve months before on a much smaller scale. The motive of this means of deciding the average number must be obvious. I have also to observe that children have been brought from Dublin to the school and I have been credibly informed has thus increase of 34 within the last six or eight weeks. I cannot therefore subscribe to the average furnished by the Schoolmaster’

Little commentary is needed on this effective exposure of the Proselytising School. The real danger to the Faith (Catholic) of the people lay in co-operation of the land-lords with the Education Societies: for unless the improvised tenantry complied with the Landlord’s wishes by sending their children to Schools of his choice, they faced inevitable eviction and starvation. The Protestant School, financed by one or more of the Education Societies, and patronized by the Landlord and his family, was the usual type of proselytising agency.

Donadea School

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Page 220 lists the details of Donadea School, which included the Teachers, Patrick Legatt aged 26 and Mary Legatt aged 23.

The Donadea School was opened 5th May 1823 and held through the year, Sunday excepted.

Protestants appointed by Lady Aylmer as teachers on 15th April 1823.

Well conducted, the Master was educated at Raphoe, and Mrs at the Seminary in Baggot Street Dublin.

Teaching covers, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and Needlework.

The Masters salary is £30 per annum and Mrs £20 and is paid from the fund of the late Erasmus Smith.

Rich farmers pay £1 per annum for each child, for which they are found in stationary and instructed, the Poor 1s and 5p and other 1p.

The Patrons and Superintendents Lady Aylmer, Miss Aylmer and Rev Whitelaw since 5th May 1823.

Average attendance Summer 1824, was Males 26, Females 20

Protestants 44, Roman Catholics 2.

Last Winter 32, Summer (1823) 174

15 in 20 can read: 12 months.

Books available: Bible, version of the Established Church, Kildare Street Society and Deighan’s Arithmetic.

Pages 254-5 Report on Kilcock Protestant School. Similar to Donadea.

School 1, Teacher Robert Boney and Jane Bonynge, and School 2 Letita Goodwin.

Many other Protestant schools were similarly reported on, but this was not the case in many other Protestant schools throughout Ireland at that time.

Hedge Schools in Ireland.

Extracts from The Hedge Schools of Ireland by P J Dowling M.A. P H. D.

Hedge School

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The Hedge School entered the stage after the exit of then Bardic Schools, which were the ancient professional schools of Ireland. The Bardic Schools survived until the Beginnings of the Troubles of 1641. This was the time of Cromwellian regime. These schools closed down for good only when their patrons had become landless homeless and or exiles.

The Hedge Schools owe their origins to the suppression of all ordinary legitimate means of education, first during the Cromwellian regime and then under the Penal Code introduced in the reign of William III and operated until 1782.

 The Bardic School

The Bardic Schools on the other hand, had represented a highly developed system providing, up to nearly the middle of the seventeenth century, the nearest approach to what might be called a university education, and as such could have nothing in common with the Hedge Schools as regards either content or method of education. It may have happened that the disbanded students of the Bardic Schools took up teaching either in the interest of learning or through economic necessity. The Bardic Schools were purely secular institutions. The method of instruction was the native tongue, and the Irish language and literature, Irish history, and Brehon laws.

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In 1537 Henry VIII was declared by Act of Parliament head of the Church in Ireland.

In 1539 the suppression of the monasteries began. Monks were expelled, building destroyed. He wanted the English language, tongue and behaviour to be followed. The then laws forbade schoolteachers to teach. In many parts of the country parents wanted their children educated in the Catholic method, so they paid the former Baltic students and former teachers to teach their children in out of the way sites, under hedges, in old barns, sheds, temporary structures All very rough and ready crudely made. Usually in out of the way places away from prying eyes. A member of the school usually acted as a look out and if any stranger or local came new the school was abandoned and the children scattered back to their homes. If caught the teachers would get very rough treatment from the courts, and also the families were prosecuted. Many Protestant families have sent their children to these Hedge Schools, as they were better than the new systems. Many hedge schools were run by Protestants with Catholic children attending them.

Hortland by Des O’Leary

Map of North Kildare

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Ballysculloge, the original name for this area in North Kildare, was later anglicised to Scullogestown. In 1745 it was acquired by Revd Josiah Hort and renamed Hortland, a name still in use today.

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Balliscullogue

(‘Town of the small farmer’) rises from the Bog of Allen in the south to the higher, more arable lands in the northeast. In medieval times it was one of the four parishes, which formed the barony of Oughterany, the other three being Cloncurry, Donadea and Drumurraghill. It is clear from the evidence that the area was inhabited from the earliest times. In 1958 a stone axe-head was found in a field bank in Hortland. In the same town land are the remains of an old Celtic rath, and in 1973 a crannog, which could date from early Christian times, was discovered at the back entrance to Knockanally.

Shortly after the Norman invasion in 1169 most of North Kildare area became the property of Adam de Hereford. In order to protect their lands and possessions from the unconquered Irish to the west of Ballyscullogue, the de Herefords constructed the earthen motte, in the town land, basically the same as it stands today, although the wooden castle on top has long since disappeared.

The next landlords associated with Ballyscullogue are the de Flatesburys. In 1286 Robert de Flatesbury was seneschal of the county palatine of Kildare and in 1288 Lord of the Manor of Ballyscullogue in Co. Kildare. In 1305 Robert’s son, Symon, sued the Abbey of St Thomas for the advowson of Ballymascoloch. i.e. right to appoint a clergyman.

Symon’s son. Robert, was appointed collector of the King’s Revenue in the Barony of Offelan, and held the manor of Ballymascolloch at the date of his death in 1367. Robert’s son Patrick became sheriff of Kildare in 1394 and in 1425 was still in possession of Ballymascolloch. Patrick’s eldest son, James, married Eleanor Wogan of Rathcoffey, they had two daughters. The eldest daughter, Margaret married John Fitzjohn Fitzgerald who became proprietor of Ballyscullogue. In 1442 one John Duff sold his holdings in the area to the Fitzgeralds, including parcels of land in Le Carnagh, Ardkepagh, Gurtin, Baghall, Gurtindoon and Lana, all town lands within the parish of Ballyscullogue.

The most famous member of the Flatesbury family was Philip Flatsbury of Johnstown who is credited with writing The Earl of Kildare’s Red Book, a section of which has been translated by Mr Tadgh Hayden, and is available in Newbridge Library.

In 1588 over 100 years after the Fitzgeralds had first acquired parts of Ballyscullogue, Thomas, Earl of Ormond, made a grant of the Barony of Oughternay, sometimes known as the Cloncurry grant, to Richard Aylmer of Lyons. This grant did not include the parish of Ballyscullogue. In the Civil Survey of 1654 the area is referred to as Skulloghstown and the proprietor was given as Maurice Fitzgerald of Osberstown, with a reference as follows:

The Town and Parish of Skulloghstown afore said lyeth Eastward of the river called Blackwater. Westward of George Aylmer of Hartwell his lands at Fenagh. Northwards of Sir Andrew Aylmer his lands of Ovedstown. There is upon ye aforesaid lands at Skulloghstown one stone house, which is value to be worth twenty pounds. There is also upon the said lands one quarry of stone.

The stone house identified above may be what O’Keeffe referred to in the Ordnance survey Letters as an ‘old castle beside the moat (motte)’, which formerly belonged to the Fitzgeralds. The civil survey makes no reference to any other town land in the parish. It says , ‘The great and small tithes were in the year 1640 possessed by Christopher Colborne Clerke. According to an old land lease the original village of Scullogstown was located along the old road adjacent to the pond. Fairs were held in the village on 2nd May and 9th December.

There is no reference to any church or any association with an early Christian saint connected with the area prior to the Norman invasion. The first reference to a church in Scullogstown was a transaction early in the thirteenth century, when the church was given by Roger de Hereford to St Thomas Abbey Dublin. In 1336, a clergyman named William was described as vicar of Ballysculloge. The paternal feast of the parish of Scullogstown is the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin. In the early 1700s William Balfe is described as being the Parish Priest of Scullogstown, he was ordained in 1698 in Cork by Dr John Sleyne, Bishop of Cork; sureties were Simon MacEvey of Graigesallagh, and Peter Walsh of Donecomfort, farmer.

Thomas Boyle, Vicar of Kilcock, reported to the Protestant Archbishop in 1731: Ballyscullogue had no Chapel of Mass house, nunnery or Friary, but public mass is said on Sundays by Andrew Egen at the house of Mr John Fitzgerald in Ballynafagh.

There is within the confines of the graveyard the octagonal head of an ancient limestone font. One of the earliest recorded burials was that of Bryan McDonal who died 1745.

In the established church of Ireland register of 1807 Scullogstown is described as being part of the Benefice of Kilcock Cloncurry and Ballinafagh, but there was no reference to a church in Scullogstown. It is likely that the church was in decline from the reformation period.

In 1666 Edward Sutton leased the town and lands of Scullogstown from Maurice Fitzgerald for 41 years. Over the next number of years the lease of lands of Scullogstown changed hands on numerous occasions while remaining in the hands of the Fitzgeralds. In 1710 a George Brehaold sub-let 700 acres (284 ha) to Charles Armstrong of Mount Armstrong, Donadea.

When dealing with old land documents and leases it is not always clear if the title referred to is that of overlordship, or of a subordinate degree.

Reference is made in 1715 to other town lands in the parish when the said Charles Armstrong purchased the lands of Newtown-Monyluggagh, Ballyteigh, Achacka, LinnKeile.

In 1723 the Fitzgeralds sold the lands of Knockanally to Joseph Leeson, later Earl of Milltown.

In 1742 James FitzGerald let part of the hill of Scullogstown as well as foxes holdings and two parks behind James Magavins house to Charles Fitzgerald of Clonshambo. This agreement was witnessed by Denis Kanavan, and contained 120 acres. Two years later James Fitzgerald let 35 acres to a Robert Daly of Dublin; also included was a house and garden lately held by Patrick Germon and Marks Dooney.

In 1745 the Fitzgeralds seemed to have redeemed the remaining leases of Scullogstown. They sold the manor, containing 868 acres, including a watermill to Revd Josiah Hort, Bishop of Tuam, for the sum of £5,373. Hort’s purchase did not include the town land of Knockanally (seat of the Coats family for some time) Ballyteige, Achacka, LinnKeile, and Newtown-Monyluggagh. The Fitzgeralds continued to lease the lands at Scullogstown until 1766.

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Hortland House in 1913 (LSDK) Source: K.A.S. Jn., vii p 208.

Hortland House designed by Richard Castle, architect Date: 1748

Nature: Attr. to RC by Knight of Glin. For Archbishop Hort. Demolished

Refs: The Knight of Glin, ‘Richard Castle, architect, his biography and works’ in BIGS 7, no. 1 (Jan – Mar 1964), 32-38

Mass-paths in Hortland Co. Kildare

In the absence of a church in Hortland people from the area walked through the fields to hear Mass in Newtown Church. These well-trodden Mass-paths as they were called were also used by schoolchildren to attend school in Newtown. One Mass-path started close to the graveyard and followed the route, which was the old back entrance to Hortland House. It exited at the gate, which is now at the top of Barry’s boureen. A second path from Ballyteige exited near Tom O’Brien’s gate and recommenced at the gate into Dillon’s field where it linked up with a Mass-path from Tiermohan and continued to Kilbride. Both groups they converged on the road leading into Newtown.

A local committee formed in the early 1990’s for the purpose on maintaining the graveyard has since disbanded. Kildare County Council will give small grants to local groups to maintain graveyards. A small extension was added to the west side of the graveyard when Timothy Houlihan was interred in 1979. Since Seamus Cullen and Des O’Leary transcribed the headstones in 1995, the remains of three local families have been interred in Hortland, Mrs Annie Yallop, was interred on 11th July 1995. Mrs Christine Fennell, on 10th January 1998, and later in the same year her son Dinny. David Houlihan was interred on 15th August 1998.

The topography of Hortland graveyard and its adjoining motte revealed more physical evidence, which suggests a rich, and ancient history. With scant documentary evidence especially from the medieval period, a certain reliance on the physical evidence is inevitable. Although situated in a somewhat remote rural area its clear Hortland was part of most of the major events in Irish history.

References

G. V. Hamilton ‘The names of the Baronies and Parishes in County Kildare in J.K.A.S. v. 8 (Dublin 1917) p, 252

Revd. Comerford, Collection relating to the Dioceses of Kildare and Leighlin (part Carlow) – Second Series Diocese of Kildare (Dublin n. d.) p, 155

Samuel Lewis, Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (Dublin) 1837.

Hamilton. J. K. A. S. v8 p, 251

J. T. Gilbert, Register of the Abbey of St. Thomas the Martyer, (London) (1889), p 97, 340-341.

Des O’Leary, ‘Hortland’, in Oughterany v11, no 1 (Kildare, 1999), p58.

Margaret C. Griffith, Calendar of Inquisition H, viii 116/126 (Dublin 1991), p 63

Comerford, Collection, pp 163-165.

Patrick J. Corish, The Catholic Community in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (Dublin, 1981) p 22

Robert C. Simington, The Civil Survey A.D. 1654-56, v9 (Dublin, 1952), p203

ibid. p.229

Corish, The Catholic Community, p 22

Report on the State of Popery in Ireland 1731 in Archivium Hibernicum v.4 (Dublin 1915).

Comerford, Collection, v.i pp 272-273

Library of the Church of Ireland Representative Body, Churchtown, Dublin.

Comerford, Collection, p 162.

Ordinance Survey Letters – 1837 , (Dublin, 1930), p 32

Comerford, Collection, p 163

Michael Crowley and Seamus O’Conchubhair, A History of Kilcock and Newtown (Kildare198?) p, 35

Interview with Tom and Nan O’Brien, July 1999

Interview with Eileen Mulligan July 1999

Kevin Lynch, ‘1798 in Folklore and Local Tradition’ in Seamus Cullen and Hermann Geissel (eds.) Fugitive Warfare: 1798 in North Kildare, (Clane 1998), p 197.

Walter Fitzgerald ‘The Sepulchral Moat and Churchyard at Hortland’ in J.K.A.S.v6 (Dublin 1911), pp 356-357

O’Leary, Hortland, p 61, 64,

The Applotment Books, N.I. Film 46

Teresa Brayton, ‘Jerry Conors Forge’ in Songs of Down and the Irish Ditties (New York, 1913).

Fitzgerald. J.K.A.S. v6, pp 356-357.

O.P.W.. 004-/15/5, St Stephens Green Dublin.

Corish, The Catholic Community, p 35

Interview with Tom and Nan O’Brien, July 1999 O’Leary, Hortland, p 61, 64, 66-68

The Ecclesiastical History of Hortland Graveyard by Olive Morris

Hortland Graveyard is situated c. two miles northwest of Newtown. Formerly called Ballysculloge alias Scullogestown, it was one of eight parishes in the Barony of Ikeathy and Oughterany. The present parish of Kilcock and Newtown now contains the former ‘ancient ecclesiastical divisions of Kilcock, Newtown, Cloncurry, Scullogestown and Clonshambo’.

According to Samuel Lewis in 1837 Hortland is bounded on the south by the Bog of Allen and contains the seat of Josiah W. Hort and W. Coats Esq. of Knockanally.

In the Church of Ireland parochial divisions Hortland was a vicarage in the diocese of Kildare, which formed part of the Union of Kilcock, and the rectory was impropriate in Lord Cloncurry.

In Roman Catholic divisions it also formed part of the Union or district of Kilcock. The town lands in the parish were Hortland, Ballyteigue, Knockanally, Newtown-Hortland and Newtownmoneenluggagh. The Blackwater River runs close to the west of the graveyard to the immediate southwest.

The parish of Scullogestown contains 2,468 acres. The older Irish Ballysculloge or Baile Mac Sculoig came eventually to mean the town of the ‘small farmer’. Originally according to Joyce ‘scoil’ meaning school was associated with young monks or scholars who carried out the farm work for the monastery and so the term came to mean a small farmer who worked the land.

The first reference to a church in Scullogestown was in the early thirteenth century when Roger de Hereford gave the church to St. Thomas Abbey Dublin’. Later that century Galfridus de Hereford and St Thomas Abbey settled a lawsuit between them concerning the right of patronage of the church of ‘Balimascoloe’. On the 25th June 1245 Galfridus dropped his claims and the convent ex gratia agreed to give Galfridus and his heirs the right to appoint vicars. A clergyman named William was named as vicar on Ballysculloge in 1336.

Maurice O’Doghyrde was presented to the benefices of ‘Balimascoloe’ by Walter Wellesley last bishop of Kildare before the Reformation. The disturbed and confused state of the catholic clergy probably explained why on the 23rd May 1538, although described as vicar of Balmascolloke, he was included in a list of absentee clergymen holding benefices. Dr Roche Mac Geoghegan who was Bishop of Kildare from 1629 -1644 had a list drawn up of the sites of ancient parish churches and chapels in the Diocese of Kildare. Scullogestown is listed as Ecclesia de BallynaScolloigy. In the early 1700s William Balfe is described as the Parish Priest of Scullogestown. He was ordained in 1698 by Dr. John Sleyne Bishop of Cork.

The effects of the Reformation, Penal laws and Plantations, which started in the sixteenth century and continued into the eighteenth century, had devastating effects on the catholic population. Impropriated parishes were deemed monastic property, hence they passed to the crown and soon laymen who collected the tithes from a reluctant population controlled much of the area. Church buildings had been poorly maintained even before the Reformation and by the end of the disturbed sixteenth century many were in ruins.

In the Civil survey of 1654-56 Morrice FitzGerald of Osberstown, an Irish Papist is the proprietor of the town and lands of Scullogestown. He is in possession of 420 acres whose letting value in 1640 was estimated to be £160.00. On the land is a stone house worth £20.00 also a quarry of stone. An indication of the dispersion of the catholic population is made evident by the entry: The great and small tithes of the aforesaid parish of Skullogstowne were in the years 1640 possessed by Gabriel Goldborne Clerke, but how the same were then set or worth to be set cannot be found out by reason yet most of the inhabitants of the aforesaid Barony of Keathy and Oughterreny are either dead or transplanted into Connaught.

The glebe land of the Parish of Scullogstowne in 1640 was in possession of Lieut. Wainman. It was estimated to be four acres and its letting value to be 15 shillings.

In post-Reformation Ireland the Mass was at the centre of organized religion. Its pervasiveness was an indication of the failure to enforce the Act of Uniformity. If a Catholic had property, Mass was often said in his house, where plantation was extensive Mass was said in sheds or in open air on makeshift alters. Sometimes Catholics managed to build their own places of worship. They were called ‘chapels’ as the word ‘church’ was reserved for Protestant buildings. The Protestants used the more derogatory term ‘mass-house’ and both terms were used. In the Report on the State of Popery in Ireland 1731 Thomas Baylie Vicar of Kilcock reported that: Balliscullogue hath no chappell or mass house, Nunnery or Friary or popeish Schoolmaster, but publick mass is said on Sundays by Andrew Egan… at ye house of Mr John Fitzgerald.

The Rev. Shem Thompson, Vicar of Kilcock recorder the religious population of his own and surrounding parishes. On the 3rd April 1766 he reported that the Parish of Scullogstown had:3 Protestant families, 32 Popish do. The two popish priests who officiate in Kilcock officiate also in Cloncurry and Scullogstown.

In 1745 Revd. Josiah Hort, Archbishop of Tuam, purchased 868 acres in Scullogestown from the Fitzgeralds. He changed the name of the area to Hortland, although in Church of Ireland parish records it continued to be known as Scullogestown up to the latter part of the nineteenth century. In 1748 he built a mansion using the stone from the old church, which explains why not a trace of the old church remains. In the Ordinance Survey Letters in 1837 P. O, Keeffe reported that: in Hortland Town land there is an old graveyard in which my informant said he saw the ruins of an old church but of which not a vestige now remains. Beside the graveyard is a moat. In the Town land there was an old castle (beside the Moat) which formerly belonged to the Fitzgeralds, but which they sold to Mr Hort. None of it remains at present.

There is no saint associated with Scullogestown, but the patronal feast of the parish of Scullogestown was the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin or as it appears in the parochial register Parochia Natae Virginis de Scullogestown. Patronal continuity was maintained in the parish when the first Newtown church was built in 1860s was confirmed with the same dedication. The Archbishop Hort, died in 1751 and it is unlikely that he ever lived in his mansion.

The first Hort to actually live in Hortland was Sir Josiah William Hort the 2nd Baronet who succeeded his father in 1807. He represented the county in Parliament in 1831-32. Sir William carried out certain changes to his estate. He resettled some of his tenants and workmen away from his house to a new settlement known as the Street of Hortland. It is probable too that it was he who enclosed the graveyard with a railing and a small gate.

According to local tradition the graveyard formerly covered a larger area, but was reduced when enclosed by the railing. In common with all old graveyards there are many unmarked graves,and several families from the Derry area would have buried their dead in Hortland.

After the Battle of Ovidstown in the 1798 Rebellion some bodies were taken back by mules and buried just inside the gate, which is also unmarked.

The earliest headstone inscription in Hortland belongs to Bryan McDonaugh who died on 24th February 1745 aged 95 years.

The only physical evidence of a church in Hortland, which now remains, is a baptismal font. Walter Fitzgerald a noted antiquarian described it as an octagonal head of limestone font perforated in the centre. Its outer circumference is 72 inches, diameter 24 inches, and height 13 inches.

By an Act of Parliament in 1823 the method of collecting tithes was to be streamlined and paid in money rather than crops. Liability was calculated according to the fertility of the land occupied, e.g. arable land was valued at 40 shillings (£2) per acre, wet moorey at 10 shillings (20 shillings in £) and improved bog at 7 shillings 6 pence per acre (12 pence in 1 shilling). The results of this survey are contained in what is known as the Tithe Applotment Books which can be seen in the National Archives Dublin.

Articles taken from Kildare History and Society.

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Reports from Griffith Valuations 1852, In Hortland townland the 31 residents of small houses, with miniscule land holdings attached, probably provided labour for the Hort estate.

Sir Josiah William Hort, Baronet resident of Merrion Square Dublin in 1876 had 1847 acres in the townland of Hortland and contiguous townlands. P 558

In Trees and Houses from Taylors map of 1783, demesne plantations of trees was fairly extensive in Hortland and Knockanally, p 31.

In Chapter 6 page 159, on The Medieval Parish Churchs of County Kildare, is the following: Oftentimes the exercise of patronage that went with the right of advowson caused disputes between the manorial holders and the church in the second and subsequent generations after the Anglo-Norman invasion. Scullogestown ‘Balimascoloc’ church was, for example, early in the thirteenth century, given to Roger de Hereford to St Thomas Abbey, Dublin. On the 25th July 1245 the Abbot and Convent of St Thomas and Galfridus de Hereford arrived at a settlement of a lawsuit between them, concerning the right of presenting the vicar thereto. At the end of the Medieval period almost the same tactic was used to dissolve the monasteries: the clergy who theoretically had only a life interest in their institutions and were pensioned off.

On page 188 reference is made to ‘The Inquisition’ which recommended: ‘That there should be 25 churches erected and maintained in the County of Kildare for the inhabitants to resort unto to hear the Word of God taught, and for Preaching Ministers to live upon the same; In the Barony of Ikethy and Oughterney 2 churches namely Scullockstown (different spelling) and Kilcock.

On pages 262-3 a list of the key property owners from the 1640s is shown, which includes the Aylmers of Donadea and the Fitzgeralds. Maurice Fitzgerald of Osbertown was the 4th most significant proprietor in Kildare with rental amounting to £273 coming from lands in Sculloguestown, Old Connell, Clane and Killybeggs.

Sculloguestown was subject to a mortgage of £100 made by Charles Clarke Esq., who claimed that he had a lease on Sculloguestown dating from 1635 for the yearly rent of £160.

(Details of Stewarts paying Tithes are listed on the Valuations Page).

The total tithable area of the parish of Scullogestown was 543 acres 3 roods and 5 perches. Only William Hort and John Fitzpatrick possessed arable land, most of the rest had what was classified as improved bog, and the majority of holdings were between one and five acres.

In 1833 the survey for the parish of Scullogestown was carried out by Joseph Wyrant and amounted to £58 18s 11p. Which was to be paid to Rev. Charles Caulfield. Although Kildare as a county did not suffer as severely as other counties in the Famine, this area with its impoverished land and smallholdings were badly affected.

Archaeology

Teresa Brayton’s phrase ‘where bog and uplands meet’ encapsulates the physical significance of this area. It probably explains why the Normans choose this strategically advantageous location to build their castle, church and possibly monastery. On the edge of this fertile upland they also built a motte, which served as a lookout over the bog of Hortland. The disposed native Irish consigned to the verge of bogland posed a constant threat.

Lord Walter Fitzgerald described the motte in the early part of this century as a: Sepulchral moat or tumulas, not as large as most, but with a peculiar feature in being terraced. One terrace encircles the base, and another narrow terrace is about halfway up. He did not recall seeing a similar one anywhere else. The motte is approximately seven meters in height and is surrounded at the base by a small fosse.

An unusual feature of the church and graveyard at Hortland is that they are enclosed. Churches are not normally sited within Norman enclosures or baileys. To the west of the graveyard, facing the bog of Hortland is a deep ditch, which could be considered a bailey. It peters out as it runs to the south. This possible defence mechanism was situated to the side of the most likely attack. There is also the possibility that the enclosure predates the Norman period and could be an early Christian enclosure. However, although there is no documentary evidence of early Christian history, there is the tentative link to the existence of a monastery from the place name (Baile na Scolog). As the Irish traditionally sought monastic cemeteries as their burial-places, it is probable that the enclosure boundary was the outer limits of a larger burial ground. This may have been the case in Hortland and is supported by local tradition that the burial ground eventually extended from the area surrounding the Church to the boundary of the ‘bailey’.

Kildare Townlands of Staplestown, the Hill of Allen, The Pale,

Kildare’s History & Rebellion 

Staplestown

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The Parish Hall

The Parish Hall was until recent times the ruin of the old schoolhouse. Through parish funds and voluntary effort the schoolhouse was refurbished and is now a valuable community facility.

The Church adjoining the hall is dedicated to St Benignus and dates from 1750. Local tradition tells us that the church replaced a Mass House which was located nearby. The chapel was burned by Yeomen in 1798 but repaired soon after. The school adjacent was built in 1929 and refurbished in 2006 replacing the old school (beside church) which dates from 1829.

The Pale Published in Oughterany, 1993

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The Pale had its origin in the 15th century with the construction of a boundary enclosing an area surrounding Dublin. This boundary could be described as England’s version of Hadrian’s Wall. In 1453 the counties of Kildare, Dublin, Meath and Louth were identified as ‘the four obedient counties’ and the largest section of the country that was regarded as true English land. Similar areas also existed in districts surrounding isolated towns and also an area of the south-east which later became known as the Wexford Pale. The word Pale comes from the Latin Palus—a stake.

The name Pale came from an earthen fortification built at that time around Calais, England’s last French possession. The English colony in Ireland had shrunk considerably throughout the 14th and 15th centuries. By the 15th century the Norman colonists, brought to the north west area of Kildare in the period after the Norman invasion, had by in large fused with the native Irish who had remained as serfs and to a lesser extent as tenants. The Irish language had not gone out of use in the great boglands to the west where the population was of pure Gaelic origin. The colonists in this area had abandoned their language Norman-French, and now spoke Irish. The area between the Irish held areas and the English colony was called the marches and adhered to laws called ‘March Law’.

These laws were a mixture of Common Law (English Law) and Brehon Law. The Anglo-Norman or English colonists at this time, who lived inside the Pale, spoke English and adhered to English laws and customs. One of the most alarming developments at the time was the continued spread of the Irish customs and the Gaelic Brehon laws into North Kildare. An earlier Pale type line of defence had been constructed locally in North Kildare, extending from North to South. This defence system consisted of three Motte and Bailey castles at Cloncurry, Hortland and Mainham. Its purpose was to safe guard the area from raids by native Irish including the O’Connors who had established a safe haven in the boglands. By the 14th century the Motte and Bailey Castles had been replaced by strong stone castles at Cloncurry, Donadea and Clongoweswood. It is known that a strong stone Castle were in existence at Donadea in the mid-14th century when Sir John Birmingham was lord of the area and this had replaced Hortland as the main fortification for the area.

However, by the 1490s the area found itself in the ‘March lands’ just outside the Pale. Mainham which had suffered greatly from plagues and attacks by the O’Connor’s also found itself replaced as the main fortification by the Castle at Clongoweswood. The ordinary inhabitants outside the Pale lived in clahans and villages. A clahan is a group of dwelling houses and out houses clustered together in a small area. Sometimes they belonged to people who were related or who were of the same family. The name Bally which appears in numerous town lands may have come from small clahan communities. The dwellings were one and two roomed mud walled cabins which had a hearth in the middle of the floor and a hole in the roof to let the smoke out. The dwellings of the ordinary people inside the Pale were more modern at this time and chimneys were becoming fashionable.

The most powerful figure in the country at this time was the Viceroy Garret Mór FitzGerald the Earl of Kildare.As Viceroy he controlled Dublin City and ‘the four obedient counties’. Within this area he held extensive lands mainly in County Kildare and also exerted substantial influence throughout the country. However, he was a supporter of the Yorkest pretenders to the throne and the King, Henry VII, was from the Lancastrian party. Between 1487 and 1491 Garret Mór was implicated in two plots to replace Henry VII by Yorkest pretenders. The King could not allow the continuance of the threat that his Viceroy presented. In 1494 Garret Mór was replaced as Viceroy by Sir Edward Poynings. An uneasy peace that had existed between the native Irish and the Crown broke down and a campaign of raids against the ‘Crown lands’ took place.

One of the most prominent Chieftains involved was Brian O’Connor of Offaly, who was one of Garret Mór’s allies, and he carried off great numbers of cattle and plunder. The raiders used the bogs and wastelands as hideouts and the section of the Bog of Allen at Timahoe which was the nearest bog to the Pale, was probably used in this manner. The new Viceroy, Poynings took immediate action and summoned a Parliament to meet at Drogheda. One of the Acts of this Parliament, provided for the security of the four obedient counties by the erection of a Pale boundary. The limits of the Pale had been defined by an earlier Parliamentary Act of 1788, but the 1494 Parliament provided for a rampart to be built. It was constructed as a line of defence around Dublin to protect the Pale dwellers from attack and plunder from English rebels and Irish enemies, and also to prevent cattle being driven from the Pale to Irish areas. The boundary consisted of a double ditch with a six foot high earthen wall and at some places this structure was topped with a palisade. Parts of the Pale ‘double ditch’ have survived in an area north of Rathcoffey at Graiguepottle and in two areas on either side of Clongowes wood. Possible sections may also have survived at Baltracey and Painstown.

The Pale north of Rathcoffey Co. Kildare

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The reason the Graiguepottle to Baltracey section survived may be due to the fact that is was used as a road which was in use until the end of the 18th century. This section was the dividing line between the two medieval parishes of Clonshanbo and Balraheen and a continuation in a southerly direction of that parochial boundary shows signs of is a double ditch and high banks which we can assume is a continuation of the Pale. In medieval times a bog or moorland extended from the southern area of Clonshanbo to parts of Hodgestown and on to Moortown. This area is between the Graiguepottle section of the Pale and the Clongoweswood section and is in the direct line that the Pale boundary would have to extend across.

So as there was at the time a natural boundary in this area it was unlikely that a continuous Pale ditch was constructed across the latter town land. However, there was one area of arable land at Painstown which was also between the two previous mentioned sections of the Pale. It appears that Painstown Castle formed another link in the chain of Castles guarding the Pale. There are banks and earth-works in its environs which survived as a section of a road and it is highly likely that this earthwork is also a portion of the Pale. Clongoweswood Castle one and a half miles south of Painstown Castle was strategically sited as it guarded the pass between the lake at Loughbollard and the Moorland at Moortown. The most southerly section of the Clongoweswood Pale ends close to the town land of Loughbollard. The area of land between this section and the Town of Clane was part of an ancient lake and it is unlikely that the Pale was constructed here as it formed a natural boundary. With the river Liffey serving as a natural boundary from Clane upstream to Ballymore Eustace, it is also unlikely that the Pale ditch was constructed through the centre of Country Kildare. The Bishops and Sheriffs of the four counties were to act as Commissioners with the power to call on the inhabitants of the area through which the Pale was to be built, to assist in its construction.

As a reward, their overlords were to grant them fixed rents for one year. Furthermore as long as they or others occupied that land they were responsible for the repair and upkeep of the rampart. Failure to comply would result in a fine of forty shillings. The land through which the Pale was to be constructed from Kilcock to the Eustace possession at Clongoweswood was held by Sir William Wogan of Rathcoffey. Sir William was appointed High Sheriff of Kildare in 1502 and his duties would have included collecting taxes, arresting criminals and seeing to the defence of the county. Therefore he would have a very important role to pay in defending the Pale boundary in Kildare, particularly the section through his own lands between Kilcock and Rathcoffey. It is almost certain that he was responsible for constructing the Pale in this area. The money raised for these fortifications was also channelled into the strengthening and construction of castles and tower-houses. In some areas the land owners used the money to rebuild and repair castles; this is borne out by the fact that only a few actual lengths of the Pale ditch were constructed as intended while there appears to have been several tower-houses built. As early as 1429 the King offered a £10 grant to subjects who built a tower-house according to his specifications in the four counties later to be referred to as the Pale. Tower-houses subsequently sprang up all along the line of the Pale and two probable examples of these are at Painstown and Richardstown. Records from 1515 show the Pale running along the same boundary as it did in 1494. However, an inner limit of a Common Law area, where English Law was practiced was defined by Justice Luttrell in 1537 and this indicated the Pale had shrunk to its lowest point to within ten miles of Dublin where St Wolstans and Leixlip marked its western boundary.

The Pale defence system was more than likely intended as an inner line of defence to defend Dublin. It would have been impossible to construct a defence system which included the entire area of the four obedient counties which stretched as far west as Mullingar and as far south as Carlow. This may account for why the Pale extended through the middle of the Wogan and Eustace lands in North Kildare leaving large sections outside the Pale. While Hadrians wall was a limited success the ‘Pale’ as a defensive system was almost a complete failure. It did not prevent the attacks or cattle raids by the native Irish and many medieval settlements in North Kildare did not survive. Of the five principal villages in the central area of north Kildare, the two inside the Pale, Kilcock and Clane continued in existence, while the three outside the Pale, at Cloncurry, Skullogstown and Mainham eventually declined and disappeared. However, the Pale did provide the launching pad for the Tudor re-conquest of the country in the 16th century. After the fall of the house of Kildare and the re-conquest of Leinster the term ‘inhabitants of the Pale’ or ‘those inside the Pale’ was used by nobility such as the Aylmer’s of Donadea, the Wogan’s of Rathcoffey and the Eustace’s of Clongoweswood to reflect a superior social order.

The nobility living in the four obedient counties regarded themselves as ‘Pale dwellers’ up until the mid-17th century until the coming of Cromwell who showed no distinction between the old English of the Pale and the native Irish who dwelled outside the Pale. However, a class culture where Lords or Gentry of the Pale regarded themselves as superior continued into the modern period and the term ‘outside the Pale’ has persisted to this day as a derogatory term for inhabitants who live outside the greater Dublin area.

The Hill of Allen

The Hill of Allen is situated four miles to the north-west of The Curragh. Also known as the Hill of Almhuin “the Great Neck”. The hill rises 676ft in height and is surrounded by the Bog of Allen. The Hill has had many associations with the legendary Fionn MacCumhaill and the Fianna. It is supposed to have been the site of their camp, and the surrounding area was their training ground.

Hill of Allen Tower

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In 1859 Sir Gerald Aylmer of Donadea Castle, began building a tower on the summit of the hill. The tower was circular and had an internal staircase which lead to a glass-domed platform at the top. There were Latin inscriptions in the tower and the names of those who helped construct the tower were engraved on the steps of the staircase. While the tower was being built, giant human bones were discovered, and were said to be those of Fionn MacCumhaill. Sir Gerald ordered that they be re-interred in a hollow space under a rock. The tower of Allen was completed in 1863. Since then much of the westside of the hill of Allen has being removed by quarrying. However, the intention of Messrs. Roadstone was to leave the hill intact. They also made provisions for restoration work to carry out on the Tower.

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The Ancient Hill of Allen 18ThursdayJun 2015

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So last Saturday morning, I got up at the crack of dawn, to hit the road and get back on the Ruinhunting trail once again. With permission granted by the landowner, my mission was to finally explore one of the long outstanding ruins from my Bucket list, the ancient Hill of Allen and Aylmer’s folly which resides on the summit. I had planned to do this last year but for a number of reasons I just never got around to doing so. But thankfully I was able to point out my good friend and fellow blogger Ali Isaac in the right direction and she wrote a great piece on the subject along with her own unique way of writing, which I could only dream of achieving. She is an accomplished author, with a number of fantastic novels based on Irish Mythology.

After a short 15 minute drive in the car, I eventually arrived at my destination. The Hill of Allen or Almu, (Cnoc Almain in old Gaelic), is a former volcanic hill located on the eastern edge of the Bog of Allen in west Kildare. There is also a small village known as Allen nearby and I’ll tell you more about that in a later post. So once I had the hill in sight, it took a few minutes to locate the entrance, which I eventually found. There once was a rough ground car park for visitors, but this is now blocked off by three large boulders, but there is just enough space to park one car off the road at these boulders. The hill is currently part-owned by Roadstone whom have quarried away much of the west side of the hill, but I shall explain this towards the end. On the opposite side of the car park there is a long winding uphill trail, any local traffic is drowned out by the sound of birds whom seemed to be singing a welcoming song to this ancient site. Much of the trail is fenced off in parts and there is an abundance of warning signs, but if you stick to the trail, it’s perfectly safe.

 

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The hill is steeped in a rich folklore and according to the Annála Na gCeithre Máistrí (Annals of the Four Masters) the Hill of Allen was the summer residence of the Legendary Fionn Mac Cumhaill and his band of warriors, the Fianna. Fionn had a fortress on the summit of the hill and the vast surrounding plains were used by the Fianna for hunting and training when they weren’t off kicking ass somewhere else. At the summit when you look around it’s quite easy to imagine Fionn standing on top of his fort, watching over his men during these summer months. A popular local tale suggests that Fionn’s final resting place was in a mound on the top of the hill, the mound is known as Suidh-Fionn, pronounced (She-Finn) or Fionn’s Chair. This mound is said to have been the highest point of the hill. It’s kind of hard to make out the actual location of the mound as much of the summit is quite flat, but if you take the tower as a central reference point which was built on the centre of the mound, you can kind of take and educated guess. The mound in my mind would have replaced the hill fort and is said to have been surrounded by a defensive trench, although there are no visible signs of this anymore. However about half way up the hill I came across what I believe may be a fosse, (long narrow ditch), with rows of trees on its banks. With the quarry taking away almost half of the hill it’s hard to say for sure but this seemingly natural trench may well have been part of Fionn’s hill fort defences. Almu is believed to have been one of a number of Hill Forts which served as an outer ring of defence for the Royal city of Tara, home to the Ard Ri (High Kings) of Ireland. There is another Hill Fort nearby on the bog of Allen not far from the present Lullymore heritage centre. These forts would have been able to communicate with each other quite effectively in a fashion similar to the lighting of the Beacons of Gondor from the Lord off the Rings movie.

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Back in 722 AD there was a famous battle which occurred nearby between Fergal Mac Máele Dúin the Ard Ri, (High King) of Ireland and Murchad mac Brain, the King of Leinster. Not the first time this has happened. It would seem that the provincial Kings of Leinster were commonly fighting with their Ard Ri, at various times throughout our history. Moving on to the year 1859 when Gerald Aylmer the 9th Baronet of Donadea, (you can read all about Donadea Castle in a previous article) began the construction of a circular tower on the top of the hill which is now known as Aylmer’s Folly. Whilst we can say for sure what its purpose was, many believe that it was a relief project begun to give employment to the local tenants. It was finally completed in 1863, and the reason it took so long to finish was due to the fact that the hill was far too exposed during the harsh winter, so construction could only be done during the summer months. Bearing in mind that back then there was none of the machinery used in construction today so it would have been no mean feat to get the materials required for the construction up to the top of the hill.

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When they began digging the foundations for the tower, a nine foot deep cavern was uncovered which contained a wooden box. After opening the box they found the remains of a rather large human skeleton. Many believe these bones were in fact the remains of Fionn Mac Cumhaill himself. The story goes that the workers put the remains back where they found them and continued with the construction. Instead of forking out a big wad of cash on engineers to oversee the project, Aylmer is noted to have told his masons Lawrence and William Gorry that he would rather spend the money creating employment for his local tenants than pay engineers. And so Aylmer put the Gorry brothers in charge and kept a close eye on the work himself. As a reward, Each one of the 83 steps within the tower has the name of one of the workers engraved into it, a nice touch, don’t you think. William Gorry and his brother completed their work by placing a copper-framed glass dome on the tower, and a railing around the building.

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The tower itself is about sixty feet in height with a diameter of nine feet with its base reported to be 676 feet above sea level. The Tower was constructed using limestone taken from a quarry in Edenderry, Co. Offaly, and the granite used in the coping, steps and pedestal at the top of the tower came from Ballyknockan in Wicklow. This was all transported via canal down to the nearby town of Robertstown. It would then have been carted up the hill by Aylmer’s tenants. One local story tells how the wheels from one of the canons which were once located at Donadea Castle, were borrowed to assist the carting of stone to the top of the hill. There was once a bug rusty door which prevented people from entering the tower, but this has been removed and now rests just inside the doorway to the left of the staircase. A circular staircase winds its way around the central apex up to the viewing platform at the top. The tower was completed with a copper framed glass dome, presumably to afford people protection from the elements as it can get quite windy when you are standing 736 feet above sea level.

On the outside of the tower there are a number of inscriptions both on the tower and the surrounding flagstones. The most visable being the year construction began, 1859 AD carved into the lintel above the door. If you look up to the windows you will see a number of Latin inscriptions which I will need to investigate further. Then if you move around the tower to the left you will notice some further inscriptions on the flagstones, some have been more affected by the weather than others but I could make one out, which relates to a visit by the then prince of Wales, whom was stationed in the nearby Curragh Camp in 1861 and later went on to become Edward VII. The inscription reads ‘September 16 A.D. 1861 H.R.H. The Prince of Wales ascended this Tower’. Now considering that by 1861, the construction of the tower had not been completed until 1863, I wouldn’t say that the young prince got very far.

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Once you reach to top you will notice that there is another inscription carved into the masonry. Some of it is quite faint, but I have learned from previous experience to always carry some tracing paper and a stick of charcoal or crayon with me for such times. So I was quickly able to make out the full inscription, which reads as follows; ‘In thankful remembrance of God’s mercies, many and great- Built by Sir Gerald George Aylmer, Baronet, AD 1860’. Further inscriptions at the landing relate to the stone mason brothers ‘Lawrence and William Gorry, Bros., Masons’. Then on the top steps are the words “assisted by” and the names of the tenants are given on the steps as follows: –

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Lawrence Behan, Grangeclare:

Thomas Baker, Allenwood,

James Brennan, Grangeclare:

Patrick Callan, Derrymullen:

James Carroll, Barnecrow:

James Carter, Grangeclare:

Joseph Carter, Grangeclare:

Thomas Carter, Coolagh:

Thomas Carter, Grangeclare:

Michael Connor, Grangeclare:

John Cribben, Grangeclare:

Lawrence Cribbin, Lowtown:

Marcella Cribbin, Lowtown:

Peter Cribbin, Drimshree:

Thomas Culleton, Allenwood:

William Curtis, Kilmeague:

James Doogan, Carrick:

James Dowling, Allenwood:

James Dowling, Dunburne:

Francis Dowling, Barnecrow:

Francis Dowling, Baronstown:

James Doyle, Ballyteague:

Patrick Dunn, Dunburne:

Denis Dunny, Pluckerstown:

John Dunny, Pluckerstown:

John Fitzpatrick, Grangeclare:

Thomas Flood, Carrick:

William Flynn, Allenwood:

Michael Gannon, Allenwood:

Stephenson Haslam, Kilmeague:

Thomas Harbert, Derrymullen:

Anne Healy, Allenwood:

Catherine Healy, Russellstown:

Christ. Healy, Ballyteague:

Denis Healy, Ballentine:

John Healy, Kilmeague:

Peter Healy, Ballyteague:

Peter Healy, Russellstown.

Edmond Hegarty, Ballyteague:

James Hennigan, Ballyteague:

Christopher Hickey, Grangeclare:

Patrick Hickey, Rathernan:

Thomas Hynes, Cloncumber:

Hugh Kelly, Dunburne:

Richard Kelly, Rathernan:

Elizabeth Knowles, Carrick:

Matthew Knowles, Pluckerstown:

John Lazenby, Grangeclare:

Matthew Lazenby, Kilmeague:

William Lazenby, Ballentine:

Patrick Lennon, Cloncumber:

Patrick Logan, Allenwood,

George Low, Baronstown:

Patrick Moran, Ballyteague:

Bridget Mulhall, Derrymullen:

Joseph Nevitt, Grangeclare:

James Norton, Grangeclare:

Ed. Nowlan, Grangehiggin:

Matthew Nowlan, Grangehiggin:

Peter Noylan, Kilmeague:

William Ormsby, Grangeclare:

Edward Payne, Ballyteague:

Joseph Payne, Drimshree:

George Price, Grangeclare:

William Price, Grangeclare:

Christopher Quinn, Littleton:

John Rochford, Coolagh:

Charles Ryan, Dunburne:

Mel Somers, Ballyteague:

Joseph Strong, Coolagh:

Robert Strong, Coolagh:

Samuel Strong, Dunburne:

Wilson Symonds, Allenwood,

John Thornton, Ballyteague:

Michael Thorpe, Drimshree:

John Tiernan, Allenwood:

John Tiernan, Ballentine:

William Tyrell, Grangeclare:

James Walsh, Allenwood:

James Walsh, Carrick:

William Wilson, Dunburne:

George Wilson, Carrick:

The top of the tower has had a rather unusual glass conservatory installed, but as luck would have it, there is a window, which can be opened. Thankfully my recent lifestyle change and fitness regime has seem me lose a bit of weight and I was able to squeeze out through the window and stand in the gap between the crenelations and the glass. The surrounding view is thoroughly amazing; with clear skies I was able to survey all around me from the Hill of Croghan rising out of the bogland below to the Curragh plains and the Slieve Bloom Mountains. As I was making my way back towards the trail, I suddenly became aware of a very strong and sweet scent. For a moment I turned around and was temporarily overcome with an unusual sense of peace. So I stopped to savour the moment. It is not very often that I come across a place that emits such a strong vibration or presence that it stops you in your tracks like this, and on a number of occasions, especially last year  these occurrences where quite negative, which means that it’s time to leave.  Thankfully this was not the case here; I guess the best way to describe the experience was a very strong sense of welcome. This will be one place that I shall be returning to again and again; maybe I might see you up there someday?

As mentioned earlier there is unfortunate downside to the Hill, back in 2008 most of the hill or if you believe Kildare County Council, the entire hill is owned by Roadstone Dublin Ltd. This would explain why the heritage officials advised me to contact Roadstone in order to get permission to visit the site. As with many important heritage sites around the country there are no road signs or information boards to tell you of the hills importance. Whilst the heritage officials are quite helpful in my experience, I got the impression that there was something more sinister going on. For starters why the hell would the Kildare county council give away the rights to such an important landmark to a private company, whom have almost quarried away the entire west side of the hill. In Roadstone defence, although they have quarried almost right up to the mound, I found them most helpful when I was seeking permission to gain access to the site. Even though the car park is blocked off, which I personally believe to be the work of the council, there is a nice clear trail which leads you right up to the summit, much of which is heavily signposted and fenced off in the more dangerous parts. This does not seem like the work of someone whom has something to hide. Now I might dirty my bib for writing this but, it would seem to me that the council have some serious questions to answer. Don’t get me wrong there are many great people working in the heritage departments, but I do think there is a major cover up going on in relation to the Hill of Allen. It would seem that contrary to the advice I received from Kildare County Council, The Hill and Folly are actually open to the public. During the course of the two hours I spent on the hill I met a number of locals whom say that they regularly use the hill for walking. What really needs to be done here is to have the quarry filled in and let nature restore the hill to its former beauty. Any monies coming from the activities of the quarry could easily be replaced with a properly run Heritage/Tourism plan.

My Irish Books

Irish History Books by Art Kavanagh

Leinster Leader – December 2004

The Great Potato Famine of 1845-1849

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The eastern part of the county may have escaped the serious deprivation experienced elsewhere in the county. With half of the potato crop unfit for human consumption The Clane area suffered a population decrease of 20.36% during this period. Other areas at best had a 1.19% increase whilst others had from –8% – 27.93%

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The True Story of Victorian Super Spy. Extracts from Delusions by Peter Edwards.

Thomas Billis Beach 1841-1894; He infiltrated the Irish revolutionary movement in North America for a quarter of a century under the name Henri Le Caron and was known in Canada, America and British Intelligence Services by a series of aliases that included, Informant B, Thomas, Mr McKay, and Dr Howard. He was the first super spy for the Dominion of Canada, and operated mainly out of Braidwood Illinois, a small mining community on the outskirts of Chicago. Irish nationalist John Devoy grudgingly called him ‘The champion spy of the century’. Henri Le Caron kept the information flowing to the three governments on the activities of the Fenian movement in America who wanted to annex Canada and then use this as a bargaining tool with the British on the basis that if they left Ireland they would get Canada back, a similar situation was being mooted in Australia, neither of which came to anything.

Revolutionary Movements: Clan-na-Gael

The goals of the secret Irish brotherhood were to attack English politicians and landmarks to force Irish Home Rule. In Irish the name means ‘Clan or Family of the Gaels’ or Irish Kinfolk. The group worked closely with the United Brotherhood of Ireland. Clan-na-Gael was founded in 1868 by Irish-Americans who wanted a change from Fenianism, which was wracked by factionalism. Its founders included New York Herald scientific editor Jerome Collins, who died in 1880 exploring the Artic.

Fenians

This organization pre-dates Clan-na-Gael, and sought to forcibly separate Ireland from England. Leaders of its North American arm hoped to take over Canada, and then swap it with Great Britain for Ireland. Its name was taken from an old Irish Legend about an army called the Fianna who protected Ireland from foreign invaders.

Invincibles

A short-lived, particularly extreme terrorist group responsible for the 1882 murder of two English politicians in Dublin’s Phoenix Park. The killings horrified Irish party Leader Charles Stewart Parnell.

Land League

Michael Davitt

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After the Famine two-thirds of the Lands of Kildare were devoted to outdoor stock fattening and half of the remainder producing hay for winter-feeding. There was little tillage with the Athy area in the south of the county significant in grain. The Land League was a passive resistance movement in Ireland in the 1880’s aimed at breaking the landlord’s grip over farmland.

Michael Davitt’s 1846-1906 anti-landlords movement. The Irish Land League was strongest among urban communities. Land agitation including intimidation of landlords and agrarian crime, became the norm.

New Departure

The Irish nationalist movement was created in 1878 by Michael Davitt and John Devoy in an attempt to wed the revolutionary spirit of the Irish Republican Brotherhood and the Irish-American Clan-na-Gael with the parliamentary actions of Charles Stewart Parnell’s Irish Party, in a united call for land rights. Its proponents felt the need to accomplish something beyond bloodshed or, as John Devoy bluntly said ‘We must come out of the rat hole of conspiracy’.

The Triangle

This was a particular secretive Irish revolutionary leadership group in the United States, which was made up of three Clan-na-Gael members led by Chicago lawyer Alexander Sullivan.

Young Ireland

Leading journalists, lawyers, historians, and poets were radicalised by the Great Potato Famine of 1845-1848 made up this nationalist movement. They felt betrayed by England as millions starved, while Irish grown produce that could have saved them was exported to England for profit. They argued that force was justified, if necessary, and sought a separate Parliament for the Irish, based in Ireland. Many were transported to Australia, or fled to America, where some of them joined forces with the Fenian Independence movement.

Ancient History of Kildare

An inland town on Ptolemy’s map of Ireland of 100 AD may be Rheban on the Barrow river, the only written records from pre-Christian County Kildare. The estimated date for the abandonment of the sacred pre-Christian site of Knockaulin/ Dún Áilinne is 400 AD, the traditional date for foundation of the monastery at Cill Dara is 490 AD, the date for the death of first Bishop Conlaed ua hEimri, (St Conleth) is 520 AD and the estimated date for the death of foundress Naomh Bríd/ St Brigid, is 524 AD (also dated 521 and 526, traditionally February 1). The rise of Kildare sept the Uí Dúnlainge after 633AD helped promote the cult of Naomh Bríd, giving her status as one of three ‘national saints’ of Ireland and increase the status of the two monasteries where they had influence, Kildare and Glendalough.

The first biography of Naomh Bríd, Vita Brigitae, already containing familiar wonder tales such as the story of how her cloak expanded to cover the area now known as the Curragh of Kildare, was compiled in 650AD by Cogitosus for Faolán mac Colmáin the first of the Uí Dúnlainge kings of Leinster. In 799 a reliquary in gold and silver was created for relics of Conlaed (St Conleth). Further south the death of Diarmait (St Diarmuid), anchorite scholar and founder of Castledermot created a second major monastic site in the county. There were also about 50 local saints associated with pattern days and wells in the county. Kildare is home to five surviving round towers at Kildare town, Castledermot, Old Kilcullen, Taghadoe near Maynooth and Oughter Ard near Ardclough.

Kings of Leinster

The Uí Dúnlainge claimed descent from Dúnlaing, son of Enna Nia. Their positions as Kings of Leinster were unopposed following the death of Aed mac Colggan in the Battle of Ballyshannon, on 19 August 738. The dynasty then divided into three kindreds, amongst which the kingship rotated from c.750 until 1050. This is unusual in early Irish history, according to Professor Francis John Byrne of University College Dublin, for it was the equivalent of “keeping three oranges in the air.” 14 Uí Meiredaig kings (later to become the O’Tooles) were based at Mullaghmast/Máistín 9 Uí Faelain kings (later the O’Byrnes) were based at Naas/ Nás na Ríogh and 10 Uí Dúnchada kings (later the Hiberno-Norman FitzDermots) were based at Lyons Hill/ Líamhain. The influence of the family helped secure place-myths for prominent Kildare landmarks in the heroic and romantic literature such as the Dindeanchas, Dinnshenchas Érenn as one of the “assemblies and noted places in Ireland”

In 833 Vikings raided Kildare monastery for first of sixteen times, the second and most destructive raid following three years after, and the power of the Uí Dúnlainge waned after the battles of Gleann Mama, beside Lyons Hill in the north of the county in 999 and Clontarf in 1014. After the death of the last Kildare-based King of Laighin, Murchad Mac Dunlainge, in 1042, the Kingship of Leinster reverted to the Uí Cheinnselaig sept based in the south east.

In the Gaelic-era “Triads of Ireland”, Kildare was described at line 4 as: “The heart of Ireland”.

End of the Abbacy

In 1132 Kildare monastery was destroyed by Diarmait Mac Murchada /Diarmait MacMurrough, King of Laighin, when he forced the abbess to marry one of his followers and installed his niece as abbess. It was the end of the only major Irish church office open to women, in 1152 the Synod of Kells deprived the Abbess of Kildare of traditional precedence over bishops and when the last abbess of Kildare, Sadb ingen Gluniarainn Meic Murchada, (niece of Diarmait Mac Murchada), died in 1171 the Norman invasion of Ireland brought the famous abbacy to an end. Gerald of Wales/ Giraldus Cambrensis visited Kildare in 1186 and described the (later lost) Book of Kildare as the “dictation of an angel.” He also recorded the sacred fire of Kildare, the pagan nature of which was subject of iconoclastic suspicion as early as 1220 when it was extinguished by Henry de Londres, archbishop of Dublin. According to folklore, it was rekindled and continued to burn until the Protestant Reformation in 1541.

Irish Monastery 

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Skelligs

Boundaries—Origins as Diocese

The first attempt to define the borders of Kildare was in 1111 when a sphere of influence for Kildare diocese was defined by the synod of Raith Bressail. For a short time Kilcullen was also a diocese.

Initial Norman structures

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Reginal Tower Waterford                               Ardee Castle Co Louth

After the Cambro-Norman invasion removed the Uí Dúnlainge dynasty from power in 1170, Diarmait Mac Murcada’s Norman allies led by Strongbow divided Kildare amongst themselves: the Barony of Carbury to Meyler FitzHenry, Naas Offalia to Maurice Fitzgerald, Norragh to Robert FitzHereford and Salt (Saltus salmonus – Salmon Leap) to Adam FitzHereford. In 1210 Kildare became one of original twelve Norman counties of Ireland, originally known as the “Liberty of Kildare”. The Normans introduced the feudal system which was the usual landholding system in Western Europe at the time.

In 1247 the estate of Anselm Marshall was subdivided; Kildare was assigned to Sybilla (fourth daughter of William Marshall and Isabella, heiress to Strongbow and Aoife). Sybilla was already dead so the “Liberty of Kildare”, including what is now counties Laois and Offaly, passed to her daughter Agnes and husband William de Vesci. In 1278 the “Liberty” (later County) of Kildare was restored to Anges de Vesci. On her death in 1290 her son William succeeded to the Lordship of Kildare.

Beginning of the County of Kildare

In 1297 William de Vesci surrendered the “Liberty of Kildare” to the English crown. “County Kildare” came into being and was defined as such by an Act of Edward I.

Shortly afterwards De Vesci fled to France, leaving the FitzGeralds of Maynooth to become the pre-eminent family in the county. John FitzThomas FitzGerald, 5th Baron of Offaly, was created first Earl of Kildare on May 14, 1316.

The Norman settlers also had their own literature. In 1200-25 the “Song of Dermot and the Earl” was drafted in Norman-French, and mentioned parts of Kildare. Soon after 1300 the “Kildare Poems” were written in medieval English.

Changes in Boundaries

The 1297 boundaries of County Kildare included much of the present counties Offaly and Laois. These were shired as King’s and Queen’s Counties in 1556.

Final Form

County Kildare assumed its current borders in 1836 when it was reassigned three detached sections of County Dublin (including Ballymore Eustace) and one detached district of Kings County (the western Harristown and Kilbracken), while a detached district of Kildare, around Castlerickard, was reassigned to County Meath.

Monastic Houses

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The establishment of a Cistercian Abbey at Monasterevan by the O’Dempsey’s in 1189 and an Augustinian priory in Naas in 1200 brought a new monastic tradition to Kildare. In 1202 Great Connell Priory Augustinian priory, set to become one of the finest in medieval Ireland, was founded by Meyler FitzHenry. In 1223 the last Gaelic bishop of Kildare, Cornelius MacFaelain, was succeeded by Ralph of Bristol and control of the church remained in Norman hands. In 1253 a Dominican friary was established at Athy and in 1302 a Franciscan abbey at Castledermot. In the early 14th century, the Kildare Poems, comprising some of the earliest written documents of English in Ireland, are thought to have been composed by Franciscan monks from Kildare.

The Fitzgeralds

Maynooth Castle

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In the years leading to the ascendancy of the FitzGerald family (1470–1535) Kildare came virtual capital of Ireland. The Irish Parliament sat in Naas on twenty occasions between 1255 and 1484, and there were also sittings in Kildare in 1266-67 and 1310, 12 in Castledermot between 1264 and 1509, Ballymore Eustace in 1390 and Great Connell Priory in 1478. English King Richard II took the submission of Irish chiefs at Great Connell Priory Augustinian Priory in 1395. in 1481, Gerald FitzGerald, Gearóid Mór, eighth earl of Kildare, was appointed English King’s Deputy in Ireland by Edward IV. The principles of the county, Edmond Lane, Bishop of Kildare, the Prior of Great Connell Priory and Gearóid Mór all assisted in coronation of Yorkist pretender Lambert Simnel in Dublin but were pardoned by the new king Henry VIII after Simnel’s defeat.

In 1488 Gearóid Mór became one of first to use guns in Ireland, importing six handguns from Germany for his personal guard and using cannon to destroy Balrath Castle in County Westmeath. When he was established in 1496 as Lord Deputy of Ireland, English King Henry VIII’s man in Ireland, the king allegedly said “if all Ireland cannot rule this man, let him rule all Ireland.” In 1504 Gearóid Mór defeated Clanricard and O Bríain in Knockdoe, Co Galway, the most important battle of his career. Gearóid Mór built Athy castle to secure his southern frontier in 1506 but died in Athy in 1513 from gunshot wounds received in an engagement with O’Mores and was succeeded by Gearóid Óg. Gearóid Óg established Ireland’s first University at Maynooth in 1518.

Even at the supposed height of their power, accusations by rivals that the family was plotting against Henry VIII bedeviled the FitzGerald dynasty. Gearóid Mór spent two years and Gearóid Óg 11 years in all as the King’s prisoner in the Tower of London. In 1534 Gearóid Óg was recalled to London once more (February), leaving his 20-year-old son Silken Thomas in charge. Thomas declared rebellion (11 June) on false information that his father had been executed. In 1535 Maynooth Castle, stronghold of Silken Thomas, was bombarded by cannon for 18 days and taken by William Brereton. Rathangan castle was also taken before Thomas submitted in October. Despite a guarantee of personal safety, Silken Thomas and five uncles were executed in the Tower of London in 1537. Thomas’s younger brother Gearóid was smuggled to Tuscany. The FitzGerald lands were confiscated and the biggest share-out of Kildare land since the Cambro-Norman conquest took place. In 1552 Gearóid the only survivor of FitzGerald family, was restored to his ancestral title and possessions.

Religious change

After King Henry VIII broke with the Roman Catholic Church in 1533 after his decision to remarry, the Pope appointed Franciscan Dónall O Bóacháin bishop of Kildare. When he died Thady Reynolds was appointed and initially recognised by Henry VIII. Reynolds refused to break with Rome in common with most Irish bishops and while he continued to minister Henry VIII appointed William Miagh in opposition as the first Protestant bishop of Kildare. Some later documents refer to his 1550 successor Thomas Lancaster as the first Protestant bishop, partly because he was Kildare’s first married bishop and partly because Henry VIII also disliked Lutherans until his death in 1547. By 1550 Edward VI was formulating a more Lutheran state religion.

When the English crown turned back to Catholicism under Queen Mary in 1555-58, Thomas Leverous became the first native Kildare bishop in 400 years, being of Norman descent. From 1558 the new Queen Elizabeth I ascended the throne and as he refused to take the Oath of Allegiance he was deprived of his see. In 1570 the papal bull Regnans in Excelsis finally declared Elizabeth to be an illegitimate heretic, and from this point on it became harder for Kildare’s landed families, most of whom were Catholic, to be simultaneously loyal to the queen and also to be observant Catholics. Kildare’s numerous Norman families became known as Old English, to distinguish them from newer arrivals conformed to the state religion.

Elizabethan Kildare

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Queen Elizabeth I granted charters to Naas in 1568 and Athy in 1613. In 1576 the earliest record of grazing rights on the Curragh named Robert Bathe as the beneficiary. In 1580, during the Second Desmond Rebellion, 200 Spaniards who had arrived in Smerwick in the Dingle Peninsula as part of the 1579 Papal invasion force and marched to Naas were massacred by the English crown forces at Fód Spáinigh. In 1581 Catholic martyrs Fr James Eustace and Fr Nicholas FitzGerald were executed in Naas.

Wars of the 1640s—See also: Irish Confederate Wars

Kildare suffered greatly in the civil wars of the 1640s that ravaged both Ireland and Britain -see Wars of the Three Kingdoms.

Lord Deputy Thomas Wentworth came to reside at the uncompleted Jigginstown House in Naas, Ireland’s first royal palace, in 1637. When he was recalled and executed in 1641 it remains unfinished and today only the basement is still standing. (See The Coollattin Estate pages on this web site).

The wars began in Ireland with the Irish Rebellion of 1641 that broke out in October of that year. The early fighting in Kildare saw small bands of Irish Catholic rebels attacking English troops and Protestant settlers, followed by a punitive English expedition led by the Earl of Ormonde. In early 1642 Ormonde led out his royalist forces to subdue Kildare; burned the town of Lyons Hill, gave up Naas to his soldiers to plunder, reduced Kildare cathedral to ruins through cannon-fire and sent parties to burn Kilcullen, Castlemartin, and “the entire county for 17 miles in length and 25 in breadth”. Butler garrisoned Naas and then defeated the Confederate Irish forces under Lord Mountgarret in the Battle of Kilrush (April 15). When Father Peter Higgins of Naas was hanged, he became the county’s third famous Catholic martyr.

In May 1642, the landed Catholic rebels set up their own government at Kilkenny known as Confederate Ireland. Most of the Kildare landowners participated in this assembly. The English position was weakened by the outbreak of the English Civil War, the recall of many of their troops and the split of the remaining forces between Royalists and Parliamentarians.

The Parliamentarians were the more hostile faction to the Confederates and a truce known as the first Ormonde Peace, a ceasefire between Royalists and Irish Confederates, was signed at Jigginstown House in Naas (Sept 15). The ceasefire broke down in May 1646 and Confederate forces marched through Kildare to besiege Dublin. The Royalists then handed the capital over to Parliamentarian troops in 1647 and the Confederate armies tried to eliminate this hostile force. Owen Roe O’Neill took Woodstock Castle in Athy briefly in 1647. Thomas Preston also took Maynooth castle in that year and hanged its garrison. However, Preston’s Leinster army was destroyed, losing 3000 killed at the battle of Dungans Hill, on the road between Maynooth and Trim in August 1647, crippling Confederate power in the area. Kildare landowner and Confederate cavalry officer Garret Cron Fitzgerald was killed early in the battle. In 1648 Owen Roe O’Neill refused to ally his army with Ormonde’s royalists and the moderate Confederates, and engaged in a brief war with them which fatally weakened the Confederate cause.

In 1649, Oliver Cromwell landed in Dublin with over 10,000 Parliamentarian troops and began a thorough re-conquest of Ireland. In 1650 Naas and Kildare surrendered to Cromwellian forces. Cromwell’s Dublin-based commander John Hewson took Ballisonan Castle by force. Athy and Castledermot were captured without opposition.

Lands Redistributed

The first major map of Kildare, The Down Survey was completed in 1656. It served as the basis of more redistribution of land confiscated after the Cromwellian conquest, in line with the Adventurers Act (see also Plantations of Ireland). After the Treaty of Limerick in 1691, further estates in Kildare forfeited included those of Talbot, Dongan, Tyrrel, Eustace, Trant and Lawless who continued to support the losing Jacobite cause. The best known buyer of land from the new grantees was the Donegal-born lawyer and estate agent, William Conolly, who built what was then the largest private house in Ireland at Castletown House, Celbridge in 1722-28.

Diocese of Kildare

The Catholic diocese of Kildare first united with Leighlin Diocese to the south in 1676 when Mark Forstall, bishop of Kildare, was also appointed administrator of Leighlin by St Oliver Plunkett. He was arrested in 1678 and again in 1681 for ‘having exercised papal jurisdiction.’ The union was formalised in 1694 when John Dempsey was appointed bishop of Kildare and administrator of Leighlin, despite penal laws. The last Catholic bishop to reside in Kildare was James Gallagher, much of it in hiding near the Bog of Allen. His Sixteen Irish Sermons (1736) is the major Irish language theological work of the age and has gone through 14 editions by 1820. The Anglican/Episcopalian Diocese of Kildare merged with Dublin in 1846 after the death of the last Church of Ireland bishop of Kildare, Charles Dalrymple Lindsay. In 1976 the Church of Ireland diocese of Kildare separated from Dublin and joined to Meath.

Georgian Kildare

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Castletown House

Kildare enjoyed prosperity during the 18th century, as the focus of economic life turned to the large landed estates and market towns.

Carton House

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The Earl of Kildare purchased and started reconstruction of Carton House near Maynooth in 1739. Henry Boyle Carter purchased and started reconstruction of Castlemartin near Kilcullen in 1730. The running of horse races on the Curragh, well established for centuries, was formalized in 1717 when the duties of the Ranger of the Curragh were extended to supervising “the proper conduct of the King’s Plate”. Maps of the county compiled by Noble & Keenan in 1753 and Alexander Taylor in 1783 show the advent of arterial drainage and the boglands of the north west of the county being reclaimed for agriculture.

Turnpike (toll) roads were laid from the 1730s, largely in line with today’s main roads. In the late 1700s the Grand Canal and the Royal Canal passed through the county on the way from Dublin to the Shannon. The county was run by landowners on the grand jury system. While much of Ireland had a problem with absentee landlords living and spending their rents mostly in Dublin or London, most Kildare landlords lived on their land and reinvested more of their income locally.

Constituencies

In the Parliament of Ireland (1297-1800), by 1684 Kildare was represented by two men for Kildare County, and two each for the boroughs of Naas, Kildare, Athy and Harristown. Therefore the county had 10 seats in the 300-seat Irish House of Commons.

In the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (1801-1918) Kildare became the single constituency of Kildare in 1801-1885, returning 2 members; two constituencies of North Kildare and South Kildare, returning one member each;

In 1918 both elections were won by members who sat in the First Dáil

From the 1921 election and the creation of the Irish Free State the county has been merged with other constituencies, or has been divided: Kildare–Wicklow 1921-22 Kildare 1923-37 Carlow–Kildare 1937-48 Kildare 1948-97 Kildare North 1997- Kildare South 1997-

Industrial Revolution

Industrial projects were started by largely Quaker families at Ballitore by Abraham Shackleton in 1726 while Robert Brooke was assisted by a £25,000 grant from the Irish Parliament in building a cotton mill and town of 200 houses at the newly named town of Prosperous in the 1780s. Turnpike roads were built from the 1730s. John Wynn Baker opened Kildare’s earliest factory, manufacturing agricultural instruments at Loughlinstown, Celbridge in 1764. John Cassidy established a distillery in Monasterevan in 1784. In 1729 Ireland’s first turnpike road was created from Dublin to Kilcullen. In 1756 the year that construction work on the Grand Canal commenced in the north of the county a 31-year-old Celbridge-born brewer Arthur Guinness leased a brewery at Leixlip in 1755 and bought a second brewery at St James’s Gate in Dublin. In the 1790s the Royal Canal was dug from Dublin along the north of the county and the first railways were laid in the 1840s.

Population growth

Early estimates of Kildare’s population include GP Bushe’s 1788 return of the number of households in Kildare at 11,272 (population afterwards estimated at 71,570) and DA Beaufort’s household returns of 11,205 in 1790, and estimated population at 56,000. Mason’s Statistical Survey of 1813 calculated the number of households at 14,564, and the population at 85,000 with figures for towns: Athy 3,192, Naas 2,018, Maynooth 1,468, Kildare 1,299. The first census in 1821 recorded a population of 99,065 (Athy 3,693, Naas 3,073, Kildare 1,516, Maynooth 1,364).

Historical populations Year Population. %±

1653 11,983 —1659 13,825 15.4% 1788 71,570 417.7% 1813 85,000 18.8% 1821 99,065 16.5%  1831 108,424 9.4% 1841 114,488 5.6% 1851 95,723 -16.4% 1861 90,946 -5.0% 1871 83,614 -8.1%  1881 75,804 -9.3% 1891 70,206 -7.4% 1901 63,566 -9.5% 1911 66,627 4.8% 1926 58,028 -12.9% 1936 57,892 -0.2% 1946 64,849 12.0% 1951 66,437 2.4% 1956 65,915 -0.8% 1961 64,420 -2.3%  1966 66,404 3.1% 1971 71,977 8.4% 1979 97,185 35.0% 1981 104,122 7.1% 1986 116,247 11.6%  1991 122,656 5.5% 1996 134,992 10.1% 2002 163,944 21.4% 2006 186,335 13.7%

University

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Maynooth College

Maynooth, which had been the site of Ireland’s first ‘college’ in 1518, was re-established by the government as a seminary for Catholic lay and ecclesiastical students in 1795, with Kildare-born Fr John Chetwode Eustace among first professors. In 1817 Maynooth’s lay college closed and it functioned solely as a Catholic seminary for 150 years. In 1910 it became a constituent college of the National University of Ireland and reopened for lay students in 1967. Nobel Peace prize winner John Hume is among its alumni. In 1812 Clongowes Wood College near Clane was founded by the Jesuit order as a centre for second-level education. James Joyce and three Taoisigh of the Republic are among its alumni.

What is not generally know, is that when the Chuch of Ireland was dis-established and most of its lands were confiscated by the State, as a result of the sale of these lands a substantial sum of money was given to the creation of Maynooth College. The English realised that they could not beat Catholism or Irish out of the Irish so they decided to set up a mirror image University similar to Trinity College Dublin, which was Maynooth College.

Canals

 

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Grand Canal Sallins Co Kildare Canal Barge

Work on the Grand Canal began in 1756 and it reached the Kildare border in 1763. In 1779 the first section of Grand Canal was opened to goods traffic, from Dublin to Ballyhealy, near Celbridge and in 1780 to passenger boats. Ten years later the Naas branch of the Grand Canal completed. The canal reached Tullamore in 1784, and a southern branch known as the Barrow navigation reached Athy in 1791.

Traffic on the Grand Canal peaked at 120,615 passengers in 1846 and 379,045 tons of cargo in 1865. The canal was motorized in 1911-24 and closed for commercial traffic in 1960. The Grand Canal remains open for pleasure boats and restoration of the Royal Canal was completed in 2006. Both were seriously affected by the advent of railways in Kildare from the 1840s.

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Royal Canal at Kilcock.

Work began on the Royal Canal in 1789 and it reached Kilcock in 1796, but this more northerly line was never a commercial success.

1798 Rebellion and Emmet Rebellion of 1803—See also Irish Rebellion of 1798

Support in Kildare for the United Irishmen’s revolutionary democratic movement at the time of the 1798 rebellion has been estimated at 10,000. It has also been suggested that Valentine Lawless who inherited Lyons near Ardclough was a prominent member of the government in waiting should the rebellion succeed. United Irish leader and later informer Thomas Reynolds lived at Kilkea, Lord Edward Fitzgerald returned to Maynooth in 1796 to organise the United Irishmen and Theobald Wolfe Tone was buried at his godfather’s family plot at Bodenstown. In the years leading up to the rebellion there were anti-militia riots in riots in Kilcullen and Ballitore. Lawrence O’Connor was executed in Naas for plotting against the English administration in 1795. In December 1797, 1,500 guns and 3,000 bayonets were captured on a boat on the canal at Athy.

The first shots of the 1798 rebellion were fired in Kildare. On May 23, the signal for rebellion was given when mail coaches were seized at Johnstown and Maynooth. Kildare rebels attacked Kilcullen and Prosperous by Sir William Griffiths of Millicent, they were repulsed at Naas and Clane, and a force under William Aylmer was eventually defeated at the battle of Ovidstown on June 18. 350 surrendering prisoners were slaughtered in the Gibbet Rath massacre at the Curragh despite an initially successful effort by General Dundas to defuse the rising with a policy of mass pardons. In turn, the two loyalist garrisons at Rathangan were also slaughtered after surrendering. The fighting in Kildare did not end until the surrender of William Aylmer in mid-July.

In 1803 Kildare-men recruited by Michael Quigly participated in a brief United Irish uprising organised by Robert Emmet. Maynooth was the only town successfully seized by the rebels (July 23–25) and Kildare troops under Nicholas Gray marched to Thomas Street in Dublin to participate in the ill-fated rebellion. Emmett’s uniform was later found at Rathcoffey. The most prominent victim of the Emmet rebellion, Arthur Wolfe, Lord Kilwarden, was buried at Oughterard in Ardclough.

Military Camp

Traffic on the Grand Canal peaked at 120,615 passengers in 1846 and 379,045 tons of cargo in 1865. The canal was motorized in 1911-24 and closed for commercial traffic in 1960. The Grand Canal remains open for pleasure boats and restoration of the Royal Canal was completed in 2006. Both were seriously affected by the advent of railways in Kildare from the 1840s.

 Curragh Camp

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One outcome of the rebellion was the establishment of a temporary military encampment at the Curragh in 1805. In 1816 a new town came into being with the building of a military barracks near a bridge over the Liffey – it was to be called Newbridge. In 1855 a permanent encampment was built for 10,000 infantry on the Curragh.

Local Politicians

Kildare had ten parliamentary representatives in old Irish House of Commons – two for the Kildare County and two members each from Athy, Harristown, Kildare Borough and Naas. Two of the most powerful figures in 18th century politics resided in the county, Speakers of the house William Conolly at Castletown House near Celbridge and John Ponsonby at Bishopscourt near Kill. The post-1801 Act of Union Kildare county constituency had two seats in the British House of Commons. The La Touche and Fitzgerald families controlled local politics through the first half of the 19th century until challenged by Balyna-born Richard More O’Ferrall. Naas Corporation, controlled by the Bourke family, was dissolved in 1840. In 1898 Stephen J Brown was elected first chairman of the first Kildare County Council to be directly elected. With the rise of the Home Rule movement and the establishment of a nationalist newspaper, the Leinster Leader in Naas in 1884, William Cogan and Otho Fitzgerald were succeeded by Home Rule Members of Parliament Charles Henry Meldon, James Leahy and James Carew, owner of the Leinster Leader and founder of the Irish Independent newspaper.

Steam Train 

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Railways Sallins 

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Sallins county Kildare Station

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The first sod on the new railway line from Dublin to Cork was turned at Adamstown near the Dublin-Kildare border in January 1846. By June the line had been completed to Sallins. The first train ran to Carlow in 1846 and to Cork in 1850. The third worst rail accident in Irish history occurred at Straffan Station in 1853, when a goods train ran into the back of a stationary passenger train killing 18 people, including a nephew of Irish political leader Daniel O’Connell. As rail traffic declined Straffan Station was closed in 1947 and Hazelhatch and Sallins stations in 1963. Kildare was also served by the Tullow Extension, running south from Naas, through Harristown (for that area and Kilcullen) and on to Tullow in County Carlow. Main article: Dublin Suburban Rail

In 1995 a section of the line was opened for a new Dublin area commuter service, the Arrow, and Sallins and Hazlehatch stations reopened as part of the “Southwestern Commuter” line. Another reopened line runs westwards, serving Leixlip, Maynooth and Kilcock, continuing towards Enfield, County Meath.

Sporting Revolution

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Horse Racing at the Curragh 1944

The Turf Club was founded at the Curragh horse racing circuit in 1790 to regulate the racing of horses, but attempts to establish an Irish 1000 guineas in 1815 and an “O’Darby Stakes” in 1817 were unsuccessful until the most important flat race in the country, the Irish Derby was established on an annual basis from 1866 on. The Turf Club regulated to famous bare knuckle contests involving Dublin prize fighter Dan Donnelly against Tom Hall in 1814 and George Cooper in 1815, drawing estimated crowds of 20,000 to the Curragh. In 1846 the first railway excursion organised for a sporting event worldwide ran on the new Great Southern and Western Railway line to Curragh races. The first annual ball of the Kildare hunt was held in 1860, soon to become the social event of the year in the county. Punchestown Races were reorganised and reconstituted as ‘Kildare and National Hunt Steeplechases’ in 1861. The first day of the 1868 meeting attracted an estimated 150,000 spectators.

Athletes and Horses

Cricket 

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Cricket clubs were established from the 1850s.

Curragh Golf Course

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Ireland’s first golf course laid out on the Curragh in 1852 by Musselburgh club member David Ritchie. In 1871 County Kildare Cricket Club was formed “for the promotion of cricket, football, archery, pigeon shooting, lawn tennis and, if possible, polo. Kildare men were winning sporting fame in the USA included Clane-born Jack Kelly, alias Jack (Nonpareil) Dempsey who won the world middleweight boxing title in 1884 in Great Kills, New York, held the title for seven years and inspired a later heavyweight boxer to borrow his name. In 1893 Clane born Tommy Conneff ran a new world mile record of 4 minutes 17.8 seconds, a record that was to stand for 20 years.

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In 1903 the fourth Gordon Bennett Cup Motor Race staged in Athy, setting new speed records of over 60 MPH. The GAA was established in the county in 1887 and Kildare GAA helped establish Gaelic football as a major sport meeting Kerry three times in 1903 GAA All Ireland “home” final attracting attendances of 12,000, 18,000 and 20,000. In 1995 the annual staging of the European Open golf tournament was moved to Straffan from Birmingham and the course staged the Ryder Cup in September 2006. Kildare was designated the “Thoroughbred County” by its county council in recognition of its equine tradition. In 2000 Kildare-trained racehorses won the leading races in England and Ireland over jumps and on the flat, Ted Walsh from Greenhills, Kill won the Irish (Comanche Court) and English (Papillon) Grand Nationals while Sindaar, trained by John Oxx on the Curragh, won the Irish and English Derbies. Kildare’s reputation as a stud capital was undamaged by the high profile kidnap of English derby winner Shergar in 1983.

Car Racing at the Curragh

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A New State

Kildare did not participate in the Fenian rebellion of 1867, though John Devoy was born at Kill. Incidents in the Land War such as the Clongorey evictions politicised the largely agricultural county and one of the first politicians elected to the new Irish parliament, Dáil Éireann in 1922, Hugh Colohan, was a veteran of the Clongorey campaign. Several Kildare politicians have held high rank since independence including Dónal Ó Buachalla, last Governor General of the Irish Free State, who had led a column of volunteers from Maynooth to participate in the 1916 Easter Rising, Art O’Connor, appointed Minister for Agriculture by the first Dáil in 1919 and briefly leader of Sinn Féin after Eamon de Valera founded Fianna Fáil in 1926 before he, too, joined Fianna Fáil, William Norton leader of the Irish Labour Party 1932-60 and Tánaiste 1948-51 and 1954–57, Alan Dukes leader of Fine Gael 1987-90 and Minister for Finance 1982-86, Gerry Sweetman Minister for Finance 1954-57, Charlie McCreevy Minister for Finance 1997-2004 and later EU commissioner, and Paddy Power Minister for Forestry and Fisheries 1979-81 and Defence 1982.

Towns and Trends

Kildare’s population plunged to a low of 57,892 in 1936. Athy, Kildare’s most populous town since records began, was briefly overtaken by Naas as Kildare’s largest in 1901 (Naas 3,836, Athy 3,599) but regained its position by a small margin in 1926. By 1956 Newbridge was the largest town with a population of 4,157, (Athy 3,948, Naas 3,915). In 1986 Leixlip became the largest town, and Celbridge was recorded as the fastest growing town in Ireland. Naas was the largest town in 1996 only to be overtaken by Newbridge again in 2002 when the census recorded a highest ever population of 163,995 for the county, a 21.5pc increase on 1996. Infrastructural projects helped change the demographics of the county. The Kildare leg of the dual carriageway to Naas opened in 1963 and was followed by Ireland’s first section of motorway, the Naas Bypass in 1983, the Newbridge bypass (1993), Kildare bypass (2003) and Monasterevan bypass (2004) on the M7, the Maynooth bypass (1994) and Kilcock- Kinnegad bypass (2005) on the M4.

Coats of Arms and Genealogical Notes

Arms connected in some way to the county, as taken from the Irish Book of Arms. The original listings provide specific locations for families, and clues for future research. Among those in this section with rough sketches of coats of arms are Joshua Allen; Aylmer of Kilcock; Borrowes of Gilltown; Bourke of Naas; Burdett of Ballymany; Clements of Killadoon; O’Coonor Henchy of Stonebrook; Cooke Trench of Millicent; Anne Crofton of the line of Croker of Backwestern; De Burgh of Oldtown; De Courcy of Robertstown House; Eustace of Kilcock; Finny of Leixlip; James Fitzgerald of Carton; Margaretta Foster; Greem of Millbrook; Dr. George Lewis Jones of Kildare; Kennedy of Baronrath; Lawless of Cloncurry; Mansfield of Morristown Lattin; Palmer of Rahan; Wogan-Browne of Castle Brown; Arthur Wolfe; Joseph Leeson; Alice Howard of Wicklow; John Henniker; John Stratford of Baltinglass; Richard Wingfield; Bayly of Ballyarthur; Somerville of Clermont; Spedding; Stoney of the Downs; Deane of Glendaragh; Tynte of Tynte Park; Warren of Ballydonarea; Henry Maynard, Baron; Bagenal of Carlow; Burton of Burton Hall; Delany of Bagnalstown; John Dawson, Baron Dawson; Kavanagh of Borris; Robertson of Huntington Castle; Vigors of Burgage; Philip Wharton; and Wolseley of Mt. Wolseley.

Estate maps Estate maps of Kildare, Maynooth, and Carton House dating from the 18th and 19thcentury survive in the National Library of Ireland, in the Irish Architectural Archive and in repositories outside the state such as Cambridge University Library, with a small selection reproduced (Andrews 1986 & Horner 1995). Notable estate maps include:

“A survey of the town of Kildare belonging to his excellency James, Earl of Kildare”. Kildare, 1757, John Rocque, National Library of Ireland, MS 22004 (5)

“A survey of the town of Maynooth”. Kildare, 1757, John Rocque, Cambridge, University Library, MS Plans x.4.

“Maynooth, 1781”, by Thomas Sherrard, Cambridge, University Library, MS Plans x.4. “Proposed Redevelopment of Maynooth”, c. 1757, Cambridge, University Library, MS Plans x.4.

“Maynooth, 1773” by Bernard Scalé, (Carton)

“A survey of the town of Kildare, the estate of his grace the duke of Leinster”, Kildare, 1798, by Thomas Sherrard, National Library of Ireland, MS 22004 (6)

“Kildare”, 1817 by Sherrard, Brassington and Greene, National Library of Ireland, MS 22004 (7)

“Survey of the town and town-parks of Maynooth …“, c. 1821, by Sherrard, Brassington and Greene, National Library of Ireland, MS 22004 (12)

1655 French maps Copies of a series of nine maps from 1655 reproduced from the originals held in the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris at a scale of 80 to 160 perches to an inch and including the baronies of Kilcullin, Carbury, Claine Great Connel Kilcah, Norrogh & Rabane, Ikeathy & Oughterany, Naas and Salt. Copies are available for consultation at the Local Studies Library.

Noble and Keenan Map of the County of Kildare, 1752. Copies are available for consultation at the Local Studies Library, and the Map Library, Trinity College Dublin.

National Library of Ireland Surnames (Part I of II)

The following is a listing of surnames for which there are manuscripts, periodicals or information of some kind at the National Library of Ireland. This list will be updated on a regular basis, however, what you see is what you get: I’m afraid that I am unable to provide more information than what is listed here. Sorry, folks. Aylmer (2)

(1). “Burke’s Colonial Gentry”, see p 754. (Balrath, Meath).

(2). Kildare Journal, vol. III, p 178. (Donadea

This page covers the following topics: the Aristocracy of Kildare by Turtle Bunbury, Between the Covers by Henry Bauress, Famous Fitzgeralds gathering at Maynooth Castle by Henry Bauress. 

New book tell of the Aristocracy of Kildare

Castletown House

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Castletown House, Celbridge, Co. Kildare, was an, if not the, appropriate venue for launch of a new book on the history of Kildare. The house once owned by one of Ireland’s richest men, Speaker Connolly, hosted the publication of a book the aristocracy of Co. Kildare. Historian and traveller, Turtle Bunbury, has provided plenty of detail about the life and times of eighteen of the county’s most influential “big house families,” include the Connolly family.

“The Landed Gentry & Aristocracy of County Kildare,” was launched with the support of Kildare Kitchens and Tindal Wines. A large gathering, including members of some of the families portrayed, turned up on 8 December for a first look at the book which covers more than a thousand years of Irish history. Families include the Aylmer, Barton, de Burgh (singer, Chris, is related), Clements, Connolly, Guinness, Henry, Fennell, Fitzgerald, Latten, La Touche, Mansfield, Maunsell, Medlicott, More O’Ferrall, Moore, de Roebeck and Wolfe. Mr. Bunbury, who is also working on a travel book on Sri Lanka, has provided much detail about the lives of these often eccentric families, who had their share of failure as well as success. The book, published by Irish Family Names, describes itself as a short potted history but is a neat and comprehensive overview of its field.

Leinster Leader, January 2005 Con Costello – Looking Back

The families of de Burgh and Clements are each devoted a chapter in Turtle Bunbury’s well researched “The Landed Gentry & Aristocracy of County Kildare”, in a series published by Irish Family Names. The Clements family is descended from a 17th century English wine merchant, while the de Burghs claim Charlemange as an ancestor. Settled at Oldtown, Naas, since the late 17th century the family has produced many celebrated soldiers, including General Sir Eric de Burgh, who was a President of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society, and his grandson Chris de Burgh, the popular singer who has sold more than 40 million albums and performed over 2,500 concerts worldwide.

Acknowledging that Guinness is undoubtedly one of the most famous names associated with Ireland amongst the international community, the first identifiable member of the family is Richard Guinness who was born about 1690. Now the best know member of the dynasty is Desmond who, with his late wife Mariga, established the Irish Georgian Society which awakened interest in historic houses, and especially ensured the preservation of Castletown House at Celbridge. Their son, Patrick, initiated a DNA test which confirmed their bloodline’s genetic affiliation with the Gaelic sept of Magennis of Co. Down.

Families which have disappeared from the county in modern times include those of Aylmer of Donadea, Wolfe of Forenaghts, More O’Ferrall of Balyna and Kildangan, Mansfield of Morristown Lattin, La Touche of Harristown, Barton of Straffan, and of course the Fitzgeralds. Bunbury concludes that “It will not be long before the last of the tweed-clad, Spaniel toting gentlemen vanishes in his entirety, taking with him a remarkable chapter in Irish history.” Leinster Leader, January 2005

Between the Covers with Henry Bauress

A look at Kildare’s most influential families. Historian and traveller, Turtle Bunbury, has provided plenty of detail about the life and times of eighteen of the Kildare’s most influential families. In “The Landed Gentry & Aristocracy of County Kildare,” he has provided fascinating details about eighteen families whose names pepper the history of not only Kildare but Ireland it one time legal power centre, London. The Aylmer, Barton, de Burgh (singer, Chris, is related), Clements, Connolly, Guinness, Henry, Fennell, Fitzgerald, Latten, La Touche, Mansfield, Maunsell, Medlicott, More O’Ferrall, Moore, de Roebeck and Wolfe families are among a network of around four hundred families who governed Ireland for more than 200 years after King William’s victory over the Jacobite forces at the Boyne in 1689. These families from the Protestant gentry and aristocracy – the Anglo Irish ascendancy – held great power up until the end of the 1900’s. Turtle Bunbury and Art Kavanagh have brought together an entertaining overview of the stories of these families, whose role in Irish history will no doubt continue to be debated.

Where did they come from? Some descended from old Irish chieftains. Others came via the Norman invasion 800 years ago and other arrived from England in the 1650’s. Yet others, like the La Touche and de Robeck, were the modern equivalent of asylum seekers on the run from religious and political turmoil on the European mainland. Whatever about their origin, Turtle Bunbury says they were the privileged elite and Kildare’s proximity to Dublin brought it to the forefront during those the aforementioned two hundred year period. The lot of the gentry, while apparently privileged, has not always been a bed or roses. There have been thorns on the rosebushes. One of the Clement family, Nat, was the architect and designer of the Aras an Uachtarain and is credited with the design of Newberry Hall and Williamstown in Carbury, Lodge Park in Straffan and Colganstown in Newcastle, Co. Dublin. But other members of that family found themselves on the wrong side of the status quo on occasions. A female member was arrested for witchcraft during the Salem witch trials in the United States. Much later, another was a prominent IRA supporter in the 1930’s and was interned in the Curragh during the World War 11 period. The one time richest man in Ireland, Speaker Connolly, did not have aristocratic blood in him.

The son of a Protestant inn-keeper from Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal, went to study law and began collecting land in voluminous amounts at very cheap rates. All above board? One of his friends who aided his development was the London banker, Sir Alexander Cairns, whom Jonathan Swift described as “a shuffling scoundrel.” Two of Dublin’s best known streets, Henry Street and Moore Street, are named after the Moore family of Monasterevin. The widow of one of the Earls married the Restoration dramatist, William Wycherly. She died before him and the playwright lost a lot of money fighting the will. One result was he spent seven years in Fleet Prison in London. The Wolfe family of Forenaughts in Naas, whose home is now part of the Smurfit thoroughbred operation, suffered during the Emmet Rebellion in 1803 when two of them were dragged from their carriage in Dublin and murdered. Another, Richard, died in the Sudan when his army unit was sent to relieve Gordon garrison in Khartoum in 1885. A member of the Henry family, Michael Charles Henry, the last of his family to live at Straffan House and Lodge Park, was a Commander in charge of the Port Crew on board the first Polaris submarine, Resolution. Turtle, who is also working on a travel book on Sri Lanka, has provided much detail about the lives of these often eccentric families who had their share of failure as well as success.

What of the author himself, whose surname appears in the index of the book? One of the Lennon sisters, Sarah, who featured in Stella Tillyards book, “Aristocrats,” married the Suffolk racing magnate, Sir Charles Bunbury. She divorced him and later, in 1787, Oakley Park near Celbridge, became her home and that of her husband Colonel George Napier. If it was not death, gambling also took its toll on the aristocracy. One of the Fitzgeralds lost Carton House in Maynooth as a result. Turtle’s family are from Rathvilly, Co. Carlow, and came to Ireland 300 years ago. One of his ancestors, a Norman knight at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, got land in Cheshire near a place called Bunbury. One of the family lost almost everything when he supported Charles 1 and hopped it to Ireland. The family were settled into Carlow by the 1660’s. There are five or six explanations as to how he was Christian named Turtle. One is because he was a third son and the Latin for that is Tertius. Another, he said, is that his grandmother gave him three turtles when he was a baby. “There are others but we will leave them aside,” he said in an interview with the Leader. He went to school in Dublin, at Castle Park in Dalkey until he was thirteen and then headed to Perthshire in the Scottish highlands for his secondary education. He loved it there. Back to Trinity where he started law but changed to history finishing there in 1996. A three year spell in Hong Kong in the magazine/ media area followed but he returned to Ireland and got stuck into the history business where he is now working with publisher, Art Kavanagh.

The Kildare book is part of a series and there could be another Kildare related book by the 32 year old Dublin-based historian. In between researching the gentry he has been doing a book on Sri Lanka with James Fennell of Athy and that, “Living in Sri Lanka,” will be out next year. Part of that project includes a three month spell in the country.

During his history period in Trinity, Turtle specialised in Irish history from the 17th to 19th centuries. He started work on the Kildare book in April of this year in conjunction with others such as Enneclan.ie. As far as the author is concerned, entry to the world of the aristocracy was not impossible. Speaker Connolly did it but, he said, Speaker played by the rules of that group of people, which contained both heroes and villains. Many of those big families are gone. If Kildare had about fifty of them in their heyday, less than half of them remain intact. He found the families he wrote about “very helpful.” Publisher, Art Kavanagh, has produced a number of county based books on such families, including Wexford, Tipperary, Kilkenny and now Kildare. Others are due to come on stream this year. The book describes itself as a short potted history but is a neat and comprehensive overview of its field. Every school and library should have one. Leinster Leader, October 2005

Famous Fitzgeralds gather at Maynooth Castle by Henry Bauress

 Maynooth Castle

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Former Taoiseach, Dr. Garrett Fitzgerald was in Kildare this week to discuss some family linen in public and the gathering at Maynooth Castle revealed a very mixed bag. Accompanied by leading Irish harpists, Anne Marie O’Farrell and Cormac de Barra, the thoroughly modern Garrett spoke about Garrett Mor Fitzgerald, the 8th Earl and Lord Deputy of Ireland in the 15th century. Also on hand to dish up yarns on other members of the dynasty was his namesake, Desmond Fitzgerald, the Knight of Glin and Renagh Holohan, author of ‘The Irish Chateaux – In search of the Descendants of the Wild Geese.” The Fitzgeralds were one of the most powerful families but as Turtle Bunbury and Art Kavanagh highlighted in their recently published history of Kildare’s landed gentry and aristocracy, there were ups and downs and even offs, in the case of a head or two.

In the latter case, those of you who like loyalty in their fellow humans, may be consoled by the fate of Christopher Parese who had his head removed after selling out Maynooth Castle in 1534. Dr. Garrett told us that when Gearoid Og (Young Garrett), 9th Earl of Kildare, was summoned to London to answer charges against him – the Crown thought its middle management were running away with themselves and perhaps more – he beefed up his stronghold at Maynooth Castle and left his son, best known as Silken Thomas, in charge. But soon afterwards, Silken or Thomas Fitzgerald, Lord Offaly, hearing a false account that his dad had been executed in England, led his followers in rebellion. Unwisely, as we now know, he marched to Connaught to get support and left his foster brother, Christy Parese, in charge of the homestead. Silken thought its defence was so strong that no one could take it over. That would have been all right if Christy and his security team did the business. But when on 14 March 1535, the Lord Deputy, Skeffington, attacked the Castle, a month or so after burning the town, he got an offer which made the Castle take over easy. Parese shot out a letter – it probably arrived faster than many of our e-mails today – offering to facilitate the takeover in return for a sum of money and a “competent stay during his life.” The corrupt bribe taker arranged it so that when Skeffington’s army arrived resistance was faint from a team which “snorted at the night like grunting hogs.” Parese, expecting knighthood if not sainthood, met the Lord Deputy himself later in the afternoon.

According to Holinshed’s Chronicles of 1570, when the pair met, the Deputy “very coldly and half sternly” casting an eye towards him, said, “Parese, I am to thank thee on my master the King his behalf. And because I may be the better instructed how to reward thee during my government, I would gladly learn what thy lord and master bestowed on thee.” Parese thinking the Deputy would better the Fitzgerald largesse, told him of all the good they had given him and done for him. The Lord Deputy replied: “Why, Parese, couldst thou find in thy heart to betray his castle who has been so good a lord to thee? Truly thou are so hollow to him, wilt never be true to us.” The Lord Deputy ordered Parese be given his promised money on the surrender of the Castle “and after to chop off his head, declaring thereby that although he embraced the benefit of the treason, he could not digest the treachery of the traitor.” None of yer auld Tribunal with free barristers for Mr. Parese”.

Another Fitzgerald ancestor was luckier. John Fitzthomas, created the 1st Earl of Kildare in 1316 had an early escape. As a baby, he was supposedly rescued from a fire by a pet ape, thus giving the family its crest. Another, Garret Mor, the 8th Earl of Kildare, known as the Great Earl, was described in the Annals of the Four Masters as a “mighty man of stature, full of honour and courage.” But he did have a hot temper, “not so sharp as short.”

The family were often in trouble with the Crown. In 1552, Maynooth Castle, which had been taken from it as a result of the Silken Thomas rebellion, was returned to Gerald, Silken’s half-brother and he was restored to the title as 11th Earl of Kildare. But in 1580, he was arrested on suspicion of treachery, and his Countess, Mabel, had to humbly beseech her Majesty for mercy and crave favours. She appears to have aided the 11th Earl in his hours of need. Not all the women appeared so supportive. In 1759, the Knight of Glin told us, Gerald Fitzgerald, the 15th Earl of Desmond was proclaimed a rebel. His wife, Eleanor Butler, Countess of Desmond, told the Privy Council that he was driven to rebel by Government provocation and his “wicked brother John’s” plotting. But she was also anxious to secure her own livelihood and went as far as to offer to divorce her husband in order “to have some livelihood to live upon.” The family faced further tough times in the 1806-1825 period and Ms. Holohan provided extracts from the diaries of Lady Isabella Fitzgerald, niece of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, recalling her days at Carton, Leinster House and Blackrock. As they left Carton after the 1798 rising, they were stopped and obliged to get a passport at Leixlip where they were “shocked at the sight of a dead body erected by the soldiers against a cart and covered in derision with green ribbons.” Isabella left for France and when she returned in 1812 she went to see the family home, Leinster House, now hosting the Houses of the Oireachtas. It had been, she said, “quite neglected and was now more like a convent than a nobleman’s hotel”

List of Church Registers for the Province of Connaught by County & by Parish

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This page lists the    various Church Records    for the Province of    Connaught by County,    Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo, by Parish, covering Births, Marriages & Deaths showing what records are available by date, where they are stored and reference numbers where used.

County Galway  

BIVRI = British Isles Vital Records Index  

C of I = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church  

EGFHS = East Galway Family History Society  

GFHSW = Galway Family History Society West Ltd  

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society  

ILC – Local = Records are held locally  

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed    

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland  

R C = Roman Catholic  

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin    

RHGC = Roscommon Heritage & Genealogy Centre  

County Galway  

Parish    Where stored    Baptisms    Marriages    Deaths    File No /Microfilm

Abbeygormacan or Boolagh

C of I    ILC    See Kiltormer

Abbeyknockmoy  

C of I    ILC    See Kellererin

R C     GFHSW  B 1821-1832   M 1837-1844   D 1847-1848

R C     NLI    No records microfilmed

Addergoole  

C of I    ILC    See Tuam

R C     GFHSW  B  1858-1900   M 1859-1900

R C     NLI   B 1858-1880  M  1859-1880   Pos 4210

Aghert & Ballinakelly

C of I    ILC    See Moylough

Aglish

C of I    ILC    See Castlebar

Ahascragh  

C of I    NLI   B 1785-1872   M 1785-1859   D 1787-1875    MFC1/ 006

C of I    RCB   B 1785-1875  M  1785-1859   D 1787-1875    Lost in 1922

R C     NLI   B 1840-1880   M 1866-1880   Pos 4616/7

R C     RHGC  B  1840-1899   M 1866-1899

Annagh

C of I    ILC    See Kiltullagh

Annaghdown  

C of I    PRONI  B  1800-1877  M  1815-1856  D  1835-1856    Lost in 1922

R C     GFHSW  B  1840-1899   M 1866-1899

R C     NLI   B 1834-1880  M  1834-1880   Pos 4219

Ardrahan  

C of I    RCB  B  1804-1857   M 1805-1932   D 1805-1855    P 967

R C     GFHSW  B  1839-1900 M   1834-1900  D  1878-

R C     NLI  B  1839-1880   M 1845-1887   Pos 2442

Arran  

C of I    RCB  B  1899-1920  M  1862-1889  D  1900-1934    P 516

R C     GFHSW  B  1872-1900   M 1872-1900

R C     NLI   B 1874-1880   M 1872-1880   Pos 4219

Arranbeg

C of I    ILC    See Arran

Arranmore

C of I    ILC    See Arran

Athenry  

C of I    RCB  B  1826-1955   M 1827-1918   D 1827-1952    P 157

R C     GFHSW  B  1858-1900   M 1858-1900

R C     NLI  B  1858-1878    Pos 4219

Aughamore

C of I    ILC    See Kiltullagh

Aughrim  

C of I    NLI   B 1814-1875  M  1815-1842   D 1822-1872    MFC1/ 006

C of I    RCB  B  1814-1855   M 1815-1844   D 1822-1845    P 982

R C     EGFHS   B 1828-1900  M  1829-1900  D  1825-1830

R C     NLI  B  1828-1880    Pos 2431

Ballinacourty

C of I    RCB   B 1838-1919   M 1839-1919   D 1847-1947    P 517

Ballinahinch

C of I    RCB     M   1873-1928   P 176

Ballinakill

C of I    NLI   B 1852-1872     D   1852-1878    MFC1/ 031 See Lickmolassy

Ballinakill Clonfert

C of i    RCB  B  1775-1914  M  1792-1928   D 1805-1951    P 225

Ballinakill alias Agheart Tuam

C of I    ILC    See Moylough

C of I    RCB  B  1820-2000   M 1820-1949   D 1820-2000    P 742

R C     GFHSW/EGFHS   B 1839-1850  M  1870-1900

R C     NLI   B 1839-1880  M  1820-1880   D 1820-1841    Pos 2434/4218

Ballinasloe  

C of I    ILC    See Creagh

R C     EGFHS   B 1820-1900  M  1820-1900  D  1825-1830

R C     NLI  B  1820-1880  M  1820-1841  D  1820-1841    Pos 2432

Ballindoon

C of I    ILC    See Orney

Ballinrobe

C of i    NLI   B 1796-1872   M 1809-1846   D 1809-1846    MFC1/ 035

Ballyconree

C of I    ILC    See Orney

C of I    RCB     M   1908-   P 160

Ballymacward  

C of I    RCB   B 1803-1940  M  1805-1924  D  1808-1953    P    968

R C     EGFHS  B  1856-1890   M 1885-1900

R C     NLI  B  1841-1880    Pos 2431

Ballymoe

C of I    ILC    See Oran

Beagh  

C of I    ILC    See Ardrahan

R C     EGFHS  B  1859-1900

R C     NLI  B  1851-1881   M 1849-1881   Pos 2442

Bekan

C of I    ILC    See Kiltullagh

Belclare

C of I    ILC    See Tuam

Boyounagh  

C of I    ILC    See Kilkerrin

R C     EGFHS   B 1838-1900  M  1838-1865

R C     NLI  B  1838-1880  M  1838-1865   Pos 4211

Breaghwy

C of I    ILC    See Tuam

Bullawn

C of I    ILC    See Kilcolgan

Burriscarra

C of I    ILC    See Ballyhane

Cappataggle  

R C     EGFHS  B  1799-1900  M  1806-1900   D 1806-1849

R C     NLI  B  1809-1869  M  1809-1863   Pos 2431

Carabane  

R C     EGFHS   B 1831-1900  M  1834-1900

R C     NLI  B  1831-1878  M  1831-1878   Pos 2434

Cargins

C of I    ILC    See Headford

Castleblakeney

C of I    PRONI  B  1824-1892   M 1830-1841  D  1836-1894    Lost in 1922

Castlegar  

R C     GFHSW  B  1827-1908   M 1827-1912   D 1828-1908

R C     NLI  B  1827-1880  M  1827-1880   D 1827-1880    Pos 2438

Castlekirke

C of I    RCB   B 1879-1925  M  1866-1905  D  1879-1963    P 163

Claregalway  

C of I    ILC    See Galway

R C     GFHSW  B  1849-1902   M 1849-1908  D  1849-1876

R C     NLI   B 1849-1880   M 1849-1880   D 1849-1876    Pos 2429

Clarinbridge  

R C     GFHSW  B  1854-1900  M  1837-1900

R C     NLI   B 1854-1881   M 1837-1882   Pos 2442

Clifden

C of I    ILC    See Oney

Clonbern

C of I    ILC    See Kilkerrin

Clonfert  

C of I    PRONI   B 1812-1883   M 1816-1844  D  1841-1883    Lost in 1922

R C     EGFHS   B 1884-1900

R C     NLI    No records microfilmed

Clonkeen

C of I    PRONI    See Ballymacward

Clontuskart  

C of I    PRONI   B 1821-1876  M  1821-1845  D  1837-1877    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB   B 1875-1913  M  1848-1945  D  1843-1936    P 981

R C     EGFHS  B  1827-1900

R C     NLI   B 1827-1880  M  1827-1880   D 1827-`868    Pos 2431

Cong

C of I    NLI  B  1746-1871  M  1745-1849   D 1736-1872    MFC1/ 032

Craughwell  

R C     EGFHS  B  1847-1894  M  1847-1876   D 1847-1850

R C     NLI   B 1847-1881   M 1856-1876   Pos 2442

Creagh Ballinrobe

C of I    ILC  B  1823-1875  M  1823-1845  D  1823-1875

C of I    NLI  B  1809-1873   M 1808-1845   D 1824-1871    MFC1/ 006

Creggs

Presbyterian    IHPS  B  1863-1874   M 1866-1922

Cummer /Kilmocrean

C of I    ILC    See Kilmoylan

Donaghpatrick  

C of I    ILC    See Headford

R C     GFHSW B   1844-1900  M  1844-1900

R C     NLI   B 1844-1880   M 1844-1880   Pos 4229

Dononughta

C of I    PRONI   B 1738-1876  M  1738-1861  D  1738-1869    Lost in 1922

Drumraney

C of I    ILC    See Castlebar

Duniry

C of I    ILC    See Tynagh

Dunmore  

C of I    RCB   B 1884-1914  M  1846-1903  D  1887-1938    P 658

R C     GFHSW   B 1833-1900  M  1833-1900

R C     NLI  B  1833-1880  M  1833-1877   Pos 4211

Errisnnanla

C of I    RCB  B  1888-1981  M  1857-1900  D  1890-1924    P 147

Errismore

C of I    RCB   B 1887-1920   M 1866-1920  D  1888-1921    P 168

Eyrecourt

C of I    ILC    See Dononaghta

Fahy  

C of I    ILC    See Dononaghta

R C     EGFHS  B  1873-1900  M  1876-1900

R C     NLI    No records microfilmed

Fohenagh  

C of I    ILC    See Kilconnell

R C     EGFHS  B  1828-1900   M 1828-1885

R C     NLI  B  1827-1877  M  1827-1877  D  1827-1877    Pos 2431

Galway  

C of I    RCB  B  1800-2002  M  1792-1956  D  1832-1964    P 519 See Rahoon

Methodist    PRONI  B  1836-1842    MIC429/1/539

Presbyterian    IHPS No records listed

R C     GFHSW  B  1810-1858   M 1789-1858  D  1789-1858

R C     GFHSW   B 1814-1900   M 1809-1900   D 1810-1900

R C     GFHSW  B  1818-1867  M  1818-1868  D  1818-1868

R C     GFHSW  B  1859-1900   M 1818-1868  D  1818-1868

R C      NLI   St Nicholas     B   1690-1726    Pos 2436

R C      NLI   St Nicholas East     B  1810-1858  M  1789-1858   D 1788-1858    Pos 2436/7

R C      NLI   St Nicholas North  B    1818-1867  M  1818-1868  D  1818-1868    Pos 2437

R C      NLI   St Nicholas North & East  B 1859-1800   M 1859-1880  D  1859-1880    Pos 2437

R C      NLI   St Nicholas South & West B  1690-1868   M 1814-1880  D  1811-1880    Pos 2436

Glinsk  

R C     NLI   B 1836-1880  M 1836-1880    1836-1939    Pos 4620

R C     RHGC  B  1836-1900  M  1836-1900    1836-1839

Gort  

C of I    ILC    See Kilmacduagh & Ardrahan

C of I    RCB   B 1874-1896  M  1845-1946   D 1874-1942    P 960

R C     EGFHS  B  1846-1880

R C     NLI    B 1848-1881  M  1853-1863   Pos 1872/2441

Grange

C of I    ILC    See Kilconnell

Headford

C of I    RCB  B  1888-1941  M  1845-1920   D 1885-1975    P 261

Hollymount

C of I    ILC    See Kilcommon

Inishcaltra

C of I    RCB     M   1845-2003   P 515

Innisboffin

C of I    ILC    See Ballinakill

Innisheer

C of I    ILC    See Arran

Innismain

C of I    ILC    See Arran

Isertkelly

C of I    ILC    See Killinane

Islandine / Islandeady

C of I    ILC    See Castlebar

Kilbeacnty  

C of I    ILC    See Kilmacduagh

R C     EGFHS  B  1855-1900   M 1881-1900

R C     NLI   B 1854-1881    Pos 2442

Kilbegnet

C of I    ILC    See Athleague

Kilbennan

C of I    ILC    See Tuam

Kilbride  

R C     ILC    See Ross

R C     MSFHC   B 1853-1900   M 1853-1900

R C     NLI   B 1853-1880    Pos 4214

Kilchreest  

C of I    ILC    See Killinane

R C     EGFHS  B  1855-1900  M  1865-1897

R C     NLI  B  1855-1881   M 1865-1886   Pos 2442

Kilcolgan  

C of I    PRONI  B  1804-1884  M 1802-1852  D  1804-1885    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB   B 1888-1909  M  1847-1883   D 1887-1929    P 957

R C     GFHSW  B  1854-1900  M  1871-1900

R C     NLI   B 1854-1881  M  1871-1884   Pos 2442

Kilconlickney

C of I    PRONI  B  1825-1892   M 1825-1845  D  1827-1902    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB     M   1845-1907   P 964

Kilconia

C of I    ILC    See Tuam

C of I    RCB    M 1846-1906   P 181

Kilconierin

C of I    ILC    See Kilconickny

Kilconla  

C of I    RCB    M    1846-1906

R C     GFHSW  B  1872-1900  M  1872-1900

R C     NLI  B  1872-1880    Pos 4212

Kilconnell

C of I    PRONI  B  1835-1886  M  1835-1844   D 1838-1886    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB     M   1846-1951   P 983

Kilcooly

C of I    ILC    See Kilcolgan

Kilcooney

C of I    ILC    See Headford

Kilcummin

C of I    RCB   B 1812-2000   M 1813-1955    1814-1999    P 169

Kildacomogue

C of I    ILC   B 1802-1988   See Castlebar & Turlough

Kilkelvery

C of I    ILC    See Headford

Kilkerrin

C of I    RCB     M   1849-1871   P 539

Kilkerrin & Clonberne  

R C     EGFHS  B  1892-1900    1884-1893

R C     NLI    No records microfilmed

Killanin  

C of I    RCB  B  1844-1916  M  1852-1913   P 518

R C     GFHSW   B 1875-1900  M  1875-1900   D 1881-1888

R C     NLI   B  1875-1880   M 1875-1880   Pos 2439

Killascobe

C of I    ILC    No records listed

R C    NLI  B  1867-1880   M 1807-1880   Pos 4220

Killeenadeema  

C of I    ILC    See Loughrea

R C     EGFHS  B  1836-1900  M  1836-1900

R C     NLI   B 1836-1880   M 1836-1880   Pos 2434

Killeenavarra

C of I    ILC    See Kilcolgan

Killeraght

C of I    RCB   M  1846-1936   P 204

Killererin  

C of I    RCB   B 1811-1828  M  1818-1828   D 1818-    P 170

R C     GFHSW  B  1870-1900   M 1851-1900

R C     NLI  B  1870-1880  M  1851-1858   Pos 4220

Killan  

R C     BIVRI   B 1860-1880  M  1860-1880

R C     EGFHS   B 1804-1900  M  1804-1900   D 1804-1900

R C     NLI   B 1804-1880   M 1804-1880   D 1844-1859    Pos 4613-4614

Killeroran

C of I    RCB  B  1880-1926  M  1856-1913   D 1883-1961    P 108

Killimore & Tiranascragh  

R C     EGFHS   B 1851-1897   M 1804-1900  D  1804-1900

R C     NLI   B 1831-1891   M 1831-1880   Pos 2433

Killinane

C of I    PRONI   B 1823-1881  M  1823-1844   D 1829-1881    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB   B 1882-1928   M 1845-1915   D 1883-1929    P 959

Killineen

C of I    ILC    See Kilcolgan

Killogillorn

C of I    ILC    See Killinane

Killora

C of I    ILC    See Killinane

Killoran

C of I    ILC    See Kiltormer

Killower

C of I    ILC    See Headford

Killursa

C of I    ILC    See Headford

Killursa & Kilower  

R C     GFHSW  B  1880-1916  M  1880-1920

R C     NLI    Pos 2433 No records microfilmed

Killyon & Kilronan

C of I    PRONI  B  1833-1880  M  1835-1863   D 1838-1878    Lost in 1922

Kilmacdoagh

C of I    PRONI  B  1787-1875   M 1811-1844   D 1827-1876    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB   B 1874-1967  M  1845-1946   D 1874-1981    P 958

Kilmaclasser

C of I    ILC    See Westport

Kilmainbeg

C of I    ILC    See Kilmainemore

Kilmainmore

C of I    RCB     See County Mayo

Kilmalinoge

C of I    ILC    See Lismolassy

Kilmocrean or Cummer

C of I    ILC    See Moylough

Kilmolara

C of I    ILC    See Ballinacholla

Kilmoylan  

C of I    RCB  B  1866-    P 214

R C     GFHSW B   1835-1900  M  1813-1900

R C     NLI  B  1835-1879  M  1813-1880   Pos 4220

Kilreekil

C of I    ILC    See Loughrea

Kiltartan

C of I    ILC    See Kilmacduagh

Kilteskil

C of I    ILC    See Loughrea

Kilthomas

C of I    ILC    See Killinane

Kiltolla

C of I    ILC    See Kilconickey

Kiltormer  

C of I    PRONI  B  1795-1873  M  1798-1843  D  1796-1797    Lost in 1922

R C     GFHSW  B  1834-1900  M  1834-1900

R C     NLI   B 1834-1880   M 1834-1880   Pos 2433

Kiltullagh  

R C     EGFHS   B 1844-1881  M  1826-1900  D  1830-1841

R C     NLI   B 1844-1872  M  1830-1880  D  1830-1837    Pos 2434

Kinvara  

C of I    RCB   M  1852-   P 963

R C     GFHSW   B 1831-1900   M 1831-1900

R C     NLI  B  1831-1881   M 1831-1881   Pos 2442/3

Kinvarradoorus

C of I    ILC    See Kilcolgan

Knock

C of I    ILC    See Kiltullagh

Lackagh  

C of I    ILC    See Annaghdown

R C     GFHSW   B 1842-1900  M  1841-1900   D 1858-1876

R C     NLI  B  1842-1880   M 1841-1880   Pos 4220

Leitrim  

R C     EGFHS  B  1815-1929  M  1816-1900   D 1816-1887

R C     NLI   B 1815-1880   M 1815-1880   D 1815-1880    Pos 2434

Lettermullen  

R C     GFHSW   B 1853-1900   M 1853-1900

R C     NLI   B 1853-1880  M  1853-1880   Pos 4218

Lickmolassy & Ballinakill Upr

C of I    RCB  B  1775-1914  M  1792-1928  D  1803-1952

Liskeevy

C of I    ILC    See Tuam

Loughrea  

C of I    NLI  B  1808-1873  M  1819-1845   D 1819-1872    MFC1/ 005

C of I    RCB   B 1747-1955   M 1747-1976  D  1747-1987    P 965

R C     EGFHS  B  1810-1900  M  1786-1900  D  1817-1826

R C     NLI   B 1827-1880   M 1827-1880   Pos 2435

Manulla

C of I    ILC    See Balla

Meelick

C of I    ILC    See Dononaughta

Monivea

C of I    RCB   B 1877-1931   D  1881-1950    P 124

Moorgage

C of I    ILC    See Kilmainemore

Moycullen  

C of I    ILC    See Kilcummin & Rahoon

R C     GFHSW   B 1848-1900   M 1849-1900  D  1848-1900

R C     NLI  B  1786-1848  M  1786-1880   D 1786-1880    Pos 2441

Moylough  

C of I    NLI  B  1827-1922   M 1826-1844  D  1847-1919    MFC1/ 035

C of I    RCB   B 1826-1922  M  1823-1844  D  1843-1940    P 212

R C     EGFHS  B  1848-1900   M 1837-1900

R C     NLI  B  1848-1880  M  1848-1880   Pos 4220

Moyros Beauchamp

C of I    RCB   B 1878-1907  M  1859-1993   D 1878-1989    P 183

Moyros Roundstone  

C of I    NLI   B 1841-1871  M  1845-1875  D  1844-1871    MFC1/ 035

C of I    RCB   B 1841-1997  M  1845-1923   D 1849-2000    P 175

R C     GFHSW  B  1853-1900   M 1854-1900

R C     NLI   B 1853-1880  M  1852-1880   Pos 4218

Mullagh  

R C     EGFHS   B 1863-1900

R C     NLI  B  1859-1880  M  1863-1880   Pos 2434

Murrisk

C of I    ILC    See Westport

New Inn  

R C     GFHSW  B  1827-1900   M 1827-1900

R C     NLI  B  1827-1880   M 1827-1880   Pos 2431

Newport

C of I    ILC    See Burrishoole

Oranmore  

C of I    ILC    See Ballinacourty

R C     GFHSW  B  1883-1900   M 1833-1900   D 1833-1837

R C     NLI   B 1833-1880   M 1833-1880   Pos 2438

Orney Clifden  

C of I    NLI  B  1871-1887  M  1831-1844   D 1832-1900    MFC1/ 035

C of I    RCB  B  1852-2000  M  1845-1951   D 1900-1998    P 161 – 991

R C     GFHSW  B  1839-1900  M  1838-1900  D  1869-1877

R C     NLI  B  1838-1880  M  1839-1880   Pos 4218

Oughterard  

C of I    ILC    See Kilcummin

R C     GFHSW   B 1809-1900   M 1809-1900  D  1817-1874

R C     NLI   B 1809-1880   M 1809-1880   D 1827-1874    Pos 2438

Peterswell  

R C     EGFHS  B  1854-1900   M 1833-1900

R C     NLI   B 1854-1881  M  1856-1886   Pos 2442

Portumna  

C of I    ILC    See Lickmolassy

R C     EGFHS  B  1830-1891  M  1832-1864

R C     NLI  B  1830-1880  M  1830-1880   Pos 2433

Rahoon  

C of I    RCB    D     1864-    P 520

R C     GFHSW   B 1806-1913  M  1806-1913  D  1806-1913

R C     NLI  B  1819-1877  M  1819-1832   D 1819-1830    Pos 2437

Renvyle

C of I    RCB   B 1884-1918  M  1869-1910  D  1871-1932    P 213

Robeen

C of I    ILC    See Kilcommon

Ross  

C of I    RCB    M 1856-1950   P 042

R C     GFHSW   B 1853-1900  M  1853-1900

R C     ILC    See Kilbride

R C     NLI   B 1853-1880    Pos 4216

Rosslee

C of I    ILC    See Balla

Rossmuck  

R C     GFHSW  B  1840-1900     D   1863

R C     NLI  B  1840-1880    Pos 2439

Roundstone  

C of I    ILC    See Moyros Roundstone

R C     GFHSW  B  1872-1900  M  1872-1900

R C     NLI   B 1872-1880  M  1872-1880   Pos 4218

Salthill

R C    NLI    No registered microfilmed

Sellerna/Ballyconnell

C of I    RCB   B 1897-1913  M  1857-1906   D 1898-1919    P 185

Spiddal  

R C     GFHSW  B  1861-1900  M  1873-1900   D 1873-1900

R C     NLI   B 1861-1880  M  1873-1880   D 1875-1880    Pos 2438

Stradbally

C of I    ILC    See Kilcolgan

Taugheen

C of I    ILC    See Kilcommon or Hollymount

Taughmaconnell

C of I    ILC  B  1855-1874    See Creagh

Templetoher  

C of I    ILC    See Kiltullagh

R C     EGFHS   B 1856-1900  M  1859-1872  D 1858-1870

R C     NLI  B  1858-1872  M  1858-1872   Pos 4213

Tuam  

C of I    NLI   B 1818-1871  M  1821-1840   D 1829-1875    MFC1/ 035/

C of I    RCB  B  1808-1845  M  1808-1938   D 1808-1845    P 216

R C     GFHSW   B 1790-1900  M  1790-1900

R C     NLI   B 1790-1873  M  1799-1880   Pos 4221-4222

Turlough

C of I    NLI   B 1821-1872  M  1822-1856   D 1822-1873    MFC1/ 036

Tynagh  

C of I    RCB     M   1855-1883   P 961

C of I    PRONI   B 1815-1878  M  1819-1844  D  1824-1869    Lost in 1922

R C     EGFHS   B 1816-1864  M  1809-1864

R C     NLI  B  1816-1880  M  1809-1863   Pos 2433

Woodford  

R C     EGFHS  B  1821-1900  M  1821-1899

R C     NLI  B  1821-1880  M  1821-1880   Pos 2433

County Leitrim    

C of I = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church    

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society    

ILC – Local = Records are held locally    

LHC = Leitrim Heritage Centre    

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed    

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland    

R C = Roman Catholic    

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin    

SHGC = Sligo Heritage & Genealogical Centre      

County Leitrim    

Parish    Where stored    Baptisms    Marriages    Deaths    File No /Microfilm

Annaduff

C of I    PRONI   B 1818-1879   M 1821-1845   D 1822-1879    Lost in 1922

R C     LHC   B 1849-1900  M  1849-1900   D 1849-1887

R C     NLI   B 1849-1880  M  1849-1880   D 1849-1889    Pos 4236

Aughavass    

C of I    PRONI   B 1844-1876    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB     M   1935-1949   MC 946 See Cloon

R C     LHC   B 1845-1900  M  1845-1900   D 1845-1900

R C     NLI  B  1845-1880  M  1845-1880   D 1845-1880    Pos 4240

Ballaghameehan

C of I    ILC     See Ballymeehan

C of I    PRONI   B 1877-1985  M  1859-1936   D 1877-1982    MICI/232

Ballymeehan & Kiltyclougher

C of I    RCB  B   1877-1991   M 1859-1936   D 1877-1999    MC 668 MC 116

Ballinaglera

R C     ILC   B 1883-

Ballinakill

C of I    ILC     See Ballysumaghan & Dunamon

Bornacoola    

R C     LHC  B  1824-1900  M  1824-1900   C 1853-1900

R C     NLI   B 1871-1880  M  1836-1880   Pos 4234

Carrickallen     

C of I    PRONI  B  1883-1986  M 1845-1941   C 1874-1936    MICI/290

C of I    PRONI  B  1804-1883  M  1804-1845   C 1804-1874    Lost in 1922

Presbyterian    PRONI  B  1837-1892  M  1845-1909   MIC1P/163

R C     NLI   B 1829-1880   M 1821-1875  D  1842-1860    Pos 5350

R C     PRONI   B 1829-1891  M  1841-1890   D 1841-1860    MIC1D/7,83

Carrick on Shannon

C of I    ILC     See Kiltoghart & Killukin

Cloon

C of I    PRONI  B  1813-1877  M  1813-1845   D 1814-1879    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB   M  1845-1932   MC 939 See Aughavass Chapel of Ease

Cloone-Conmaicne    

R C     LHC  B  1823-1900  M  1823-1900  D  1823-1878

R C     NLI  B  1820-1880  M  1823-1845   Pos 4241

Cloonclare

C of I    RCB   B 1816-2008  M  1816-1996  D  1816-2008    MC 985 MC 169 See Manorhamilton

Cloonclare or Manorhamilton

C of I    PRONI  B  1816-1972  M  1816-1921  D  1816-1972    MICI/268

Cloonclare    

R C     LHC  B  1841-1900   M 1850-1900

R C     NLI   B 1841-1885  M  1850-1884   Pos 7505

Cloonlogher

C of I    ILC     See Manorhamilton

Corrawallen

C of I    PRONI  B  1877-1921  M  1859-1950   D 1877-1981    MICI/258

C of I    PRONI   B 1855-1877    Lost in 1922

Dowra

C of I    RCB     No records listed

Drumkerran

C of I    ILC     See Innishmagrath

C of I    RCB     No records listed

Drumlease    

C of I    PRONI  B  1827-1984  M  1828-1951 D   1827-1847    MICI/265

C of I    RCB   B 1827-2008  M  1828-2007   D 1827-2008    MC 986 MC 168

R C     LHC  B  1859-1900  M  1859-1900

R C     NLI   B 1859-1879   M 1859-1880   Pos 5344

R C     PRONI   B 1859-1879  M  1859-1881   MIC!D/77

Drumreilly

C of I    PRONI  B  1796-1876  M  1796-1877  D  1796-1877    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB   B  1846-1953   MC 944

Drumreilly Lower    

R C     LHC  B  1867-1900  M  1893-1900

R C     NLI   B 1867-1880    Pos 5345

R C     PRONI   B 1867-1880    MIC1D/78

Drumreilly Upper

R C    LHC   B 1878-1900  M  1870-1900

Drumshambo

C of I    PRONI  B  1828-1885  M  1829-1845  D  1831-1885    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB    B 1845-1953   MC 941

Farnaught

C of I    RCB   B  1936-1956   MC 945

Fenagh    

C of I    PRONI  B  1823-1882   M 1824-1842   D 1825-1883    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB   B  1854-1954   MC 943

R C     LHC  B  1825-1900  M  1826-1900   D 1825-1894

R C     NLI  B  1825-1880   M 1826-1880   D 1825-1841    Pos 4239

Glenade    

R C     LHC  B  1867-1900  M  1866-1900

R C     NLI  B  1867-1880  M  1867-1880   Pos 5344

R C     PRONI   B 1867-1881   M 1873-1880   MIC1D/77

R C     SHGC   B 1867-1899  M  1867-1899

Glenlough (Kilasnett)

C of I    PRONI   B 1836-1877  M  1836-1854  D  1836-1877    Lost in 1922

Glernlouth or Glencar     

C of I    PRONI    B 1846-1950   M 1878-1982    MICI/269

R C     LHC     No records listed

R C     NLI     No records listed

Gortletteragh    

R C     LHC  B  1830-1839   M 1826-    D 1852-1868

R C     NLI  B  1830-1880  M  1826-1874   D 1826-1869    Pos 4238

Innishmagrath    

C of I    PRONI   B 1877-1985   D  1877-1983    MICI/234

C of I    RCB   B 1877-1998  M  1922-1949   D 1877-1907    MC 209

R C     LHC   B 1834-1900  M  1834-1900  D  1834-1839

R C     NLI  B  1835-1839   M 1830-1939   D 1833-1939    Pos 7505

Kilnumery

C of I    PRONI   B 1844-1961   M 1845-1905   D 1856-1943    MICI/264

Killargue    

C of I    PRONI   B 1878-1957  M  1894-1953   D 1879-1981    MICI/233

C of I    RCB   B 1879-1957  M  1894-1953   D 1879-1981    MC 670 MC 117

R C     LHC  B  1853-1900   M 1852-1900

R C     NLI   B 1852-1880  M 1852-1880   Pos 5344

R C     PRONI   B 1852-1881  M  1852-1881   MIC1D/77

Killasnet Glenlough

C of I    PRONI  B  1823-1835   M 1823-1835   D 1834-1835

C of I    RCB   B 1877-2002   M 1846-1950  D  1878-2005    MC 991 MC 170

Killasnet Lurganboy

C of I    RCB   B 1863-1999  M  1863-1991   D 1862-2008    MC 990 MC 170

Killasnet    

C of I    PRONI  B  1877-1984   M 1846-1950  D  1862-1986    MICI/269

R C     LHC   B 1852-1900  M  1852-1900  D  1852-1866

R C     NLI  B  1852-1880   M 1852-1880   D 1852-1868    Pos 5350

R C     PRONI  B  1852-1881   M  1852-1881   MIC1D/83

Killegar    

C of I    PRONI   B 1877-1985  M  1845-1917  D  1876-1986    MICI/222

C of I    RCB   B 1877-2000   M 1845-1956   D 1878-1999    MC 722 MC 106

Killenumery    

C of I    PRONI  B  1827-1886   M 1827-1846   D 1827-1886    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB   B 1884-1961  M  1845-1961  D  1856-1989    MC 987 MC 165

R C     LHC   B 1828-1900  M  1827-1900   D 1829-1845

R C     NLI   B 1828-1880   M 1827-1880  D 1838-1846    Pos 4241

R C     SHGC   B 1828-1899  M  1817-1899

Killigar

C of I    PRONI  B  1837-1877  M  1838-1874   D 1838-1877    Lost in 1922

Kiltoghart    

C of I    RCB   B 1827-1862  M  1828-1950   D 1837-2002    MC 940 See Drumshanbo

R C     LHC  B  1826-1900  M  1832-1900  D  1867-1889

R C     NLI   B 1826-1880   M 1832-1880   D 1832-1874    Pos 4240

Kiltubrid    

C of I    PRONI  B  1824-1883  M  1825-1846   D 1825-1882    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB     M   1845-1947   MC 529

R C     LHC   B 1841-1900   M 1841-1900  D  1847-1872

R C     NLI   B 1841-1874  M  1841-1873   D 1847-1873    Pos 4234

Kiltyclogher

C of I    PRONI   B 1862-1985   D  1868-1982    MICI/232 See Manorhamilton

Kinlough or Rossinver

C of I    PRONI   B 1876-1986   M 1845-1944   D 1879-1983    MICI/296

Kinlough    

R C     LHC  B  1835-1900   M 1840-1900  D  1867-1900

R C     NLI  B  1835-1880   M 1840-1880   Pos 5344

R C     PRONI  B  1835-1900   M 1840-1881   MIC1D/77

Leitrim

C of I    ILC     See Kiltoghart

Lurgan

C of I PRONI   Chapel of Ease   B  1863-1956   M 1862-1986    MICI/269

Manorhamilton or Cloonclare

C of I    RCB   B 1816-1875  M  1816-1845  D  1816-1875    See Kilasnett

Manorhamilton

Methodist    PRONI  B  1836-1843    MIC/429/1/214

Mohill

C of I    RCB  B  1785-1881   M 1797-1956  D  1804-1886    MC 939

Mohill Ballinamore & Newtowngore    

Methodist    PRONI  B  1882-1961   M 1897-1936   MIC1E/55

R C     LHC   B 1836-1900  M  1836-1900   D 1836-1900

R C     NLI  B  1836-1880  M  1836-1879  D  1836-1879    Pos 4239

Murhan    

R C     LHC   B 1861-1900   M 1867-1900

R C     NLI   B 1861-1880  M  1868-1880   Pos 4240

Newtowngore

C of I    PRONI  B  1877-1921  M  1847-1927  D  1877-1981    MICI/258

C of I    PRONI   B 1847-1877    D  1847-1877    Lost in 1922

Newtowngore & Carrawellen    

C of I    RCB  B  1877-1921  M  1847-1950   D 1877-1981    MC 151

Methodist    PRONI   B 1882-1961  M  1897-1949   MIC1E/rr

Oughteragh    

R C     LHC   B 1841-1900   M 1841-1900

R C     NLI   B 1869-1880  M  1870-1880   Pos 5346/7

R C     PRONI   B 1869-1881  M  1787-1881   MIC1D/79-80

Outragh

C of I    RCB   B 1833-1877  M  1833-1956   D 1822-1880    MC 938

Rossinver    

C of I    PRONI  B  1827-1876   M 1823-1845  D  1836-1876    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB  B  1876-1986   M 1845-1944   D 1879-1983    MC 208

R C     LHC  B  1851-1900   M 1844-1900

R C     NLI   B 1851-1875  M  1844-1870   Pos 5350

R C     PRONI   B 1851-1875  M  1844-1870   MIC1D/83

County Mayo    

C of I = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church    

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society    

ILC – Local = Records are held locally    

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed      

MSFHC = Mayo South Family Recesrch Centre    

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland    

R C = Roman Catholic    

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin    

County Mayo     

Parish     Where stored    Baptisms    Marriages    Deaths    File No /Microfilm

Aasleagh

C of I    RCB    M    1859-1956   P 156

Achill    

C of I    NLI    D   1854-1877    MFCI 033

C of I    RCB   B 1854-1978   M 1855-1999  D  1854-1994    P 112 See Burrishoole & Dugor

R C     MNFRHC   B 1868-1900  M  1867-1900

R C     NLI   B 1867-1880   M 1867-1880   Pos 4222

Addergoole    

C of I    NLI    No records listed    MFCI 032 See Crossmolina

R C     MNFRHC   B 1840-1900  M  1840-1878

R C     NLI   B 1840-1880  M  1840-1878   Pos 4229

Aghamore    

R C     MNFRHC  B  1864-1900   M 1864-1900

R C     NLI  B  1864-1880  M  1864-1880   Pos 4217

Aghaslee

C of I    ILC   B 1857-1875   D  1858-1876

Ahasleagh

C of I    ILC     See Aghaslee

Annagh    

R C     MNFRHC   B 1851-1900   M 1852-1900

R C     NLI   B 1851-1880   M 1852-1880   Pos 4217

Arboe

C of I    ILC  B  1773-1871   M 1773-1845  D  1773-1875

Ardagh    

C of I    ILC     See Kilmoremoy

R C     MNFRHC  B  1875-1900   M 1882-1900

R C     NLI   B 1870-1880    Pos 4230

Ardtrea

C of I    ILC  B  1811-1875 M   1811-1845   D 1811-1875

Attymass    

C of I    ILC     See Kilmoremoy

R C     MNFRHC   B 1875-1900  M  1874-1897

R C     NLI   B 1875-1880  M  1874-1880   Pos 4224

Aughergower    

C of I    NLI   B 1825-1892  M  1828-1846   D 1828-1893    MFCI 033

C of I    RCB  B  1825-1892   M 1828-1902   D 1828-1893    P 198

R C     MNFRHC  B  1828-1900  M  1828-1900

R C     NLI  B 1828-1880   M 1854-1880   Pos 4210

Aughaval

C of I    RCB   B 1801-1901  M  1802-2007  D  1820-1903    P 158

Aughaval Westport    

C of I    NLI  B  1802-1872   M 1802-1845  D  1820-1908    MFCI 0322/33

R C     MNFRHC  B  1828-1900  M  1823-1900

R C     NLI   B 1845-1880   M 1823-1880   Pos 4210

Ayle

C of I    RCB    B 1825-1893   M 1828-1846   D 1828-1893

Backs    

R C     MNFRHC  B  1829-1900  M  1815-1897

R C     NLI   B 1848-1879  M  1848-1879   Pos 4230

Balla    

C of I    PRONI   B 1856-1877   D  1870-1873

C of I    RCB  B  1878-1910  M  1871-1930   D 1887-1929    P 159

R C     MNFRHC  B  1837-1900  M  1837-1900

R C     NLI   B 1837-1880  M  1827-1880   Pos 4213

Ballina

C of I    ILC     See Kilmoremoy

Presbyterian    IPHS   No records listed

Ballinachalla

C of I    RCB   B 1831-1835   M 1832-1917  D  1831-1836    P 035

Ballinrobe    

C of I    RCB   B 1796-1912   M 1809-1862   D 1809-1974    P 036

R C     MNFRHC   B 1843-1900   M 1850-1900

R C     NLI  B  1843-1880  M  1850-1880   Pos 4215

Ballintubber

C of I    ILC     See Kilkeevin

Ballycastle    

C of I    ILC     See Dunfeeny

R C     MNFRHC  B  1853-1900   M 1869-1900

R C     NLI   B 1864-1880   M 1869-1880   Pos 4229

Ballycroy    

C of I    RCB  B  1883-1903   M 1855-1898  D  1883-1962    P 114

R C     MNFRHC  B  1885-1900   M 1869-1900

R C     NLI     No Records Microfilmed

Ballyhane

C of I    PRONI  B  1811-1882   M 1813-1880   D 1811-1813

C of I    RCB    M 1855-1880   P 862

Ballynahaglish

C of I    ILC     See KIlmoremoy

Ballyovie

C of I    RCB   B 1879-1951  M  1854-1954  D  1880-1966    P 037

Ballysakeery    

C of I    NLI   B 1802-1871   M 1802-1863   D 1802-1875    MFCI 032

C of I    RCB  B  1802-1969  M  1802-1960  D  1802-1966    P 177

Bangor Erris    

R C     MNFRHC   B 1860-1901   M 1860-1914

R C     NLI   B 1860-1880  M  1860-1880   Pos 4231

Bekan    

R C     MNFRHC   B 1832-1900  M  1832-1900

R C     NLI  B  1831-1871   M 1832-1872   Pos 4219

Belmullet    

C of I    ILC     See Kilcommon-Erris

R C     MNFRHC   B 1841-1900  M  1832-1900

R C     NLI   B 1841-1880   M 1836-1845   Pos 4231

Binghamstown

C of I    ILC     See Kilmore-Erris

Bohola    

C of I    ILC     See Killedan

R C     MNFRHC  B  1857-1900   M 1857-1900

R C     NLI   B 1857-1880   M 1857-1880   Pos 4224

Bulahinch

C of I    ILC     See Louisburgh

Burriscarra    

R C     MNFRHC    B 1839-1900  M  1839-1900

R C     NLI   B 1839-1880   M 1839-1880   Pos 4213

Burrishoole    

C of I    RCB  B  1878-1970  M  1957-1987  D  1878-1986    P 199

R C     MNFRHC  B  1872-1900  M  1872-1900

R C     NLI  B  1872-1880    Pos 4222

Carracastle    

R C     MNFRHC  B  1853-1900  M  1847-1900

R C     NLI   B 1853-1880   M 1847-1880   Pos 4223

Castlebar    

C of I    NLI   B  1835-1872  M  1835-1872  D  1834-1867    MFCI 036

C of I    RCB  B  1840-2000  M  1845-2007   D 1848-1996    P 161

Methodist    PRONI   B 1829-1846    MIC429/1/155

R C     MNFRHC   B 1838-1900   M 1824-1900

R C     NLI    B 1838-1880  M  1830-1880   Pos 4226

Castleconnor/Frankford

C of I    NLI  B  1800-1867  M  1800-1844  D  1800-1867    MFCI 033

Castlemore

C of I    RCB  B  1890-1911   M 1847-1908    1P 202

Claremorris/Killolman     

C of I    ILC     See Kilcolman

C of I    RCB   No records listed     P 180

R C     NLI  B  1851-1880    M 1830-1880   Pos 4226

R C     RHGC   B 1851-1900  M  1830-1900

Clare Island

R C     NLI   B 1851-1880    Pos 4211

Cong

C of I    RCB  B  1746-1863   M 1745-1956  D  1745-1863    P 038

Cong & The Neal    

R C     MNFRHC  B  1870-1900  M  1870-1900

R C     NLI  B  1870-1880    Pos 4214

Cooneal    

R C     MNFRHC   B 1844-1881  M  1843-1881

R C     NLI   B 1843-1880   M 1843-1880   Pos 4230

Crossboyne

C of I    RCB  B  1877-1924  M  1854-1937  D  1879-1973    P 164

Crossboyne/Taugheen    

R C     MNFRHC   B 1825-1900   M 1794-1900

R C     NLI   B 1862-1880  M  1877-1880   Pos 4217

Crossmolina    

C of I    NLI   B 1768-1872  M  1775-1851  D  1779-1893    MFCI 032

C of I    RCB  B  1768-2002   M 1769-1955   D 1768-2002    P 821

R C     MNFRHC  B  1831-1900

R C     NLI  B  1831-1880   M 1832-1880   Pos 4230

Dromore West

C of I    ILC     See Kilmacshalgan

Drum (Belcarra)

C of I    RCB   B 1877-1917   M 1845-1928  D  1879-1928    P 128

Dugort Achill    

C of I    NLI   B 1838-1860   M  1838-1889   D 1838-1874    MFCI 033/34

C of I    RCB   B 1838-1999   M 1838-1945   D 1838-1994    P 113

Dunfeeny

C of I    RCB  B  1842-1980   M 1845-1951   P 166

Erris

C of I    ILC     See Kilcommon-Erris & Kilmore-Erris

Foxford

C of I    ILC     See Straid

Innishbiggle

C of I    RCB     No records Listed

Inishboffin    

R C     GFHSW   B 1867-1900  M  1867-1900

R C     NLI   B  1867-1880   M 1867-1880   Pos 4219

Islandeady    

R C     MNFRHC  B  1839-1900  M  1839-1900

R C     NLI   B 1839-1876  M  1839-1880   Pos 4212

Keelogues    

R C     MNFRHC   B  1847-1989  M  1847-1909

R C     NLI  B  1847-1880  M  1847-1800   Pos 4215

Kilbeagh    

C of I    ILC     See Kilconduff

R C     MNFRHC  B  1847-1900  M  1844-1900

R C     NLI  B  1855-1880  M  1845-1880   Pos 4217

Kilbelfad

C of I    ILC     See Kilmoremoy

Kilbride

C of I    ILC     See Dunfeeny

Kilcolman    

C of I    RCB   B 1877-1932   M 1846-1949   D 1878-1969    P 180 See Castlemore

R C     MNFRHC  B  1835-1900   M  1805-1900

R C     NLI   B 1835-1873  M  1806-1871   Pos 4217

Kilcommon Erris    

C of I    PRONI   B 1833-1877  M  1833-1870  D  1836-1876

C of I    RCB   B 1877-1974   M 1845-1937   D 1878-1974    P 039/820 See Ballycroy & Kilmore-Erris

R C     MNFRHC B   1883-1910   M 1843-1848

R C     NLI     No records microfilmed

Kilcommon Hollymount

Presbyterian     IPHS   B 1854-1920   M 1862-1911

Kilcolman or Hollymount

C of I Union    PRONI  B  1800-1913  M  1800-1845  D  1800-1911

Kilcommon & Robeen    

R C     MNFRHC  B  1857-1900  M  1857-1900

R C     NLI  B  1857-1880  M  1857-1880   Pos 4216

Kilconduff

C of I    PRONI  B  1770-1876  M  1812-1869  D  1772-1873    Lost in 1922 See Killedan

Kilcummin

C of I    ILC     See Lackan

C of I    NLI   B 1812-1876   M 1812-1876   D 1812-1876    MFCI 033

Kilfian    

C of I    ILC     See Crossmolina

C of I    NLI     No records listed   MFCI 032

R C     MNFRHC  B  1826-1836   M 1826-1836   D 1826-1836

R C     NLI   B 1826-1836   M 1826-1844  D  1826-1832    Pos 4230

Kilgarvey

C of I    ILC     See Kilmoremoy

Kilgavower or Kilgeever

C of I    ILC     See Louisburgh & Westport

Kilgarvin    

R C     MNFRHC  B  1870-1900   M 1844-1900

R C     NLI   B 1870-1880  M  1844-1880   Pos 4224

Kilgeever    

R C     MNFRHC  B  1850-1990  M  1850-1900

R C     NLI   B 1850-1880    Pos 4212

Killala     

C of I NLI    St Patricks Cathedral  B  1757-1871   M 1759-1842   D 1758-1877    MCFI 031/32

C of I    RCB    B 1757-2002   M 1759-1956  D  1758-2001    P 822

R C     MNFRHC  B  1852-1900   M 1873-1900

R C     NLI   B 1852-1880   M 1873-1880   Pos 4231

Killanley

C of I    ILC     See Castleconnor

Killasser    

C of I    ILC     See Straid

R C     MNFRHC  B  1848-1900  M  1847-1900

R C     NLI   B 1847-1880   M 1847-1880   D 1847-1862    Pos 4223

Killedan    

C of I    PRONI   B 1845-1870     D   1844-1873    Lost in 1922 See Kilconduff

R C     MNFRHC   B 1861-1900

R C     NLI   B 1861-1880   M 1834-1880   Pos 4224

Kilmaine    

C of I    RCB   B 1744-1927   M 1744-1891  D  1744-1958    P 040

R C     MNFRHC  B  1854-1900  M  1854-1900

R C     NLI   B 1854-1880  M  1855-1877   Pos 4216

Kilmeena    

C of I    RCB   B 1887-1904  M  1845-1917

R C     ILC   B 1858-    M 1858-

R C     MNFRHC   B 1870-1900    1870-1900

R C     NLI     No records microfilmed

Kilmina

C of I    RCB   B 1887-1904  M  1845-1917   See Burrishoole

Kilmore Erris & Kilcommon

C of I    PRONI   B 1825-1877  M  1825-1844  D  1826-1877

Kilmore Erris    

C of I    RCB   B 1877-1920   D  1882-1954    P 819

R C     MNFRHC  B  1839-1900   M 1860-1900

R C     NLI   B 1860-1880  M  1860-1880   Pos 4231

Kilmoremaine Kilmaine

C of I    NLI   B 1744-1927  M  1744-1891  D  1744-1908    MFCI 035

Kilmoremaine Ballina

Methodist    PRONI  B  1837-1842    MIC429/1/164

Kilmovee    

R C     MNFRHC   B 1854-1900  M  1824-1900

R C     NLI   B 1854-1880   M 1824-1880   Pos 4224

Kilmoremoy    

C of I    NLI   B 1793-1874  M  1793-1846  D  1769-1875    MFCI 035

C of I    RCB   B 1769-1999   M 1770-1956  D  1770-2002    P 188

Kilvine    

R C     MNFRHC  B  1870-1900   M 1870-1900

R C     NLI     No records microfilmed

Knappagh    

C of I    NLI   B 1855-1875   D  1855-1871    MFCI 032

C of I    RCB   B 1855-1995  M  1855-1978  D  1885-1996    P 172

Knock    

R C     MNFRHC   B 1868-1900   M 1874-1900

R C     NLI  B  1868-1880   M 1875-1880   Pos 4218

Lacken    

C of I    PRONI   B 1833-1876  M  1836-1845   D 1854-1876    Lost in 1922

C of I    RCB    D   1880-1894

R C     MNFRHC  B  1852-1900   M 1881-1900

R C     NLI    1852-1874  B  1854-1869   Pos 4218

Mayo

C of I    RCB   B  1849-1862   P 211

Mayo Abbey    

R C     MNFRHC  B  1841-1900   M 1841-1900

R C     NLI   B 1841-1880  M  1841-1880   Pos 4215

Meelick

C of I    ILC     See Kilconduff

Moygaunagh    

C of I    NLI   B 1856-1875    MFCI 032 See Crossmolina

R C     MNFRHC   B 1887-1900  M  1881-1900

R C     NLI     No records microfilmed

Mulrany

C of I    RCB     No records listed

Neal (The)

C of I    ILC     See Ballinacholla

Partry

R C    NLI   B 1869-1868   M 1870-1878   Pos 4216

Rathrea

C of I    ILC     See Ballysakeery

Shrule    

C of I    RCB   B 1854-1863    P 538

R C     MNFRHC  B  1831-1900  M  1831-1900

R C     NLI   B 1831-1864  M  1831-1864   Pos 2438

Slingan

C of I    RCB     No records listed

Straid    

C of I    RCB   B 1877-2005   M 1845-1950   D 1878-2005    P 217

Straid or Templemore

C of I    PRONI  B  1755-1876   M 1758-1850   D 1755-1875

Swineford (Swinford)    

C of I    ILC     See Kilconduff

R C     MNFRHC  B  1822-1900   M 1808-1878

R C     NLI   B 1822-1900   M 1808-1915   Pos 4225

Templeboy

C of I    ILC     See Kilmacshalgan

Templemore    

C of I    ILC     See Straid

R C     MNFRHC   B 1888-1900   M 1872-1900

R C     NLI    M 1872-1880   Pos 4224

Templemurray

C of I    ILC     See Lackan

Toomore    

C of I    ILC     See Straid

R C     MNFRHC  B  1871-1900  M  1872-1900

R C     NLI  B  1871-1880   M 1869-1880   Pos 4226

Tourmakeady    

R C     MNFRHC   B 1869-1900  M  1847-1900

R C     NLI   B 1869-1880   M 1869-1880   Pos 4216

Turlough    

C of I    RCB  B  1821-2001   M 1822-2007  D  1822-1995    P 186 See Castlebar

R C     MNFRHC  B  1847-1900  M  1849-1900

R C     NLI  B  1847-1865   M 1847-1880   Pos 4213

Westport

C of I    ILC     See Aughavale

Presbyterian    IPHS  B  1825-1858

County Roscommon    

C of I = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church    

EGFHS= East Galway Family History Society Ltd    

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society    

ILC – Local = Records are held locally    

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed      

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland    

R C = Roman Catholic    

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin    

RHGC = Roscommon Heritage & Genealogy Centre    

County Roscommon      

Parish    Where stored    Baptisms    Marriages    Deaths    File No /Microfilm

Aghare

C of I    ILC     See Kilglass

Ardcane

C of I    RCB   B 1830-1963  M  1813-1955   D 1820-1987    P 725

Ardclare

C of I    RCB   B 1880-1900   M 1860-1919   P 733

Athleague    

C of I    RCB  B  1876-1932  M 1846-1910  D  1879-1979    P 731

R C     NLI  B  1808-1880   M 1808-1878   D 1807-1837    Pos 4613

R C     RHGC  B  1808-1900  M  1808-1900  D  1808-1837

Athlone     

C of I RCB  St Mary’s  B 1768-1999  M  1767-2008  D  1747-1892    P 392

C of I RCB  St Peter’s  B 1873-1941   M 1845-1941   P 392/400

Methodist    PRONI   B 1833-1845    MIC429/1/117

R C     NLI    B 1798-1880   M 1789-1880   D 1789-1880    Pos 4603/4

R C     RHGC  B   1789-1900  M  1789-1900  D  1789-1880

Aughrim    

C of I    PRONI  B  1781-1877  M  1882-1849   D 1840-1878    Lost in 1922

R C     NLI   B 1816-1880   M 1816-1880   Pos 4610/11

R C     RHGC   B 1816-1900  M  1816-1900

Ballinameen    

R C     NLI   B 1859-1880   M 1860-1880   Pos 4605

R C     RHGC  B  1859-1900  M  1860-1900

Ballinasloe    

R C     NLI   B 1820-1880   M 1820-1841  D  1820-1841    Pos 2432

R C     EGFHS  B  1820-1900   M 1820-1900   D 1825-1830

Ballinclough

C of I    ILC     See Dromkeen

Ballintubber & Ballymoe    

R C     NLI  B  1831-1880   M 1831-1880   Pos 4618

R C     RHGC  B  1821-1900  M  1821-1900

Baslick

C of I    ILC     See Kilkeevin

Battlebridge

C of I    ILC     See Toomna

Bellanagare

C of I    ILC     See Kilcorkey

Boyle    

C of I    RCB   B 1793-1897  M  1793-1956  D  1793-1872    P 840

R C     NLI  B  1793-1880  M  1792-1880  D  1848-1964    Pos 4607/8

R C     RHGC  B  1793-1900   M 1792-1900   D 1848-1864

Bumlin

C of I    RCB   B 1811-1971  M  1811-1919  D  1811-1985    P 737

Camma

C of I    LC     See Kiltoom

Castlereagh

C of I    ILC     See Kilkeevin

Clontuskert    

R C     NLI   B 1865-1878   M 1865-1879   Pos 4612

R C     RHGC   B 1865-1900  M  1865-1900

Cloonaff

C of I    ILC     See Aughrim

Clooneygormican

C of I    ILC     See Ardclare

Cootehall    

R C     NLI   B 1843-1880   M 1843-1880   Pos 4612

R C     RHGC  B  1843-1900  M  1843-1900

Creeve

C of I    ILC     See Ardclare & Eastersnow

Croghan

C of I    RCB   B 1862-1988  M  1869-1949   P 841

Disert

C of I    ILC     See Tessaragh

Donamon & Fuerty

C of I    PRONI   B 1845-1880   D  1847-1880    Lost in 1922 Donamon & Fuerty united in 1866

Drum

C of I    ILC     See Moore & Drum

Drumtemple

C of I    ILC     See Oran

Dunamon

C of I    RCB   B  1847-1945   P 106

Dysart    

R C     NLI  B  1850-1880  M  1862-1870   Pos 4616

R C     RHGC  B  1850-1900  M  1862-1900   D 1862-1865

Eastersnow

C of I    RCB   B 1800-1902  M  1803-1877   D 1808-1886    P 734

Elphin     

C of I    PRONI  B  1797-1875   M 1827-1845   D 1827-1875

C of I RCB St Mary’s  B  1896-1955  M  1845-1944   D 1897-1951    P 732

R C     NLI   B 1807-1880   M 1807-1880   Pos 4609/10

R C     RHGC   B 1808-1900   M 1807-1900  D  1807-1838

Frenchpark    

C of I    ILC     See Tibohine

R C     NLI  B  1865-1880    Pos 4618

R C     RHGC   B 1865-1900  M  1865-1900

Fuerty

C of I    RCB   M  1847-1873   P 728 See Dunamon

Glinsk    

R C     NLI   B 1836-1880   M 1836-1880   D 1836-1839    Pos 4620

R C     RHGC   B 1836-1900  M  1836-1900   D 1836-1839

Kilbride    

C of I    ILC     See Roscommon

R C     NLI   B 1835-1880   M 1838-1846   Pos 4614

R C     RHGC  B  1835-1900   M 1828-1900

Kilbryan

C of I    RCB   B 1852-1958  M  1857-1960   P 726

Kilcola

C of I    ILC     See Eastersnow

Kilcooley

C of I    ILC     See Ardclare

Kilcorkey

C of I    ILC     No records listed

Kilcornan

C of I    ILC     See Dromkeen

Kilcronan

C of I    ILC     See Donamon

Kilgeffin

C of I    RCB   M  1845-1863   P 724

Kilglass    

C of I    RCB    B 1822-1842  M  1823-1880  D  1825-1848    P 739

R C     NLI   B 1865-1880    Pos 4611

R C     RHGC   B 1865-1900   M 1865-1900

Kilkeevan    

C of I    RCB  B  1748-1994   M 1784-1962  D  1780-1937    P 528

R C     NLI    B 1804-1880   M 1804-1864   D 1805-1855    Pos 4619

R C     RHGC   B 1804-1900  M  1804-1900   D 1805-1855

Killadoon

C of I    ILC     See Kilmactranny

Killalaghtan

C of I    ILC     See Aughrim

Killane

C of I    ILC

Killenvoy    

C of I    RCB   B 1878-1954   M 1847-1987  D  1879-1966    P 107

R C     NLI   B 1841-1880   M 1841-1880   D 1854-1880    Pos 4617

R C     RHGC  B  1841-1900   M 1841-1900  D  1854-1881

Killucan    

R C     NLI   B 1811-1880  M  1825-1880   D 1820-1826    Pos 4606

R C     RHGC   B 1811-1900  M  1825-1900   D 1825-1826

Kilmorbologue

C of I    ILC     See Dononaughta

Kilmordaly

C of I    ILC     See Aughrim

Killukin

C of I    ILC     See Ardclare

C of I    PRONI   B 1809-1878   M 1809-1849   D 1809-1879    Lost in 1922

Killumod

C of I    ILC     See Aughrim

Kilmacalane

C of I    ILC     See Taunagh

Kilmean

C of I    ILC     See Killenvoy

Kilmore

C of I    PRONI   B 1783-1875  M  1783-1843  D  1784-1851    Lost in 1922

Kilmacumsy

C of    I    ILC     See Ardclare

Kilmurry    

R C     NLI   B 1865-1880   M 1869-1880   Pos 4611

R C     RHGC  B  1869-1900  M  1865-1900

Kilnamanagh

C of I    ILC     See Boyle

Kilronan    

C of I    PRONI   B 1808-1877   M 1808-1844   D 1808-1875    Lost in 1922

R C     NLI   B 1824-1876  M  1823-1872   D 1835-1872    Pos 4242

R C     RHGC   B 1824-1900   M 1823-1900   D 1835-1872

Kilross

C of I    ILC     See Ballysumaghan

Kilteevan

C of I    ILC     See Roscommon

Kiltoom    

C of I    NLI   No records listed     MFCI 061

C of I    RCB  B  1797-1943   M 1802-1910   D 1801-1997    P 384

R C     NLI  B  1835-1864   M 1835-1880   D 1837-1865    Pos 4617

R C     RHGC   B 1835-1900   M 1835-1900   D 1837-1865

Kiltullagh    

C of I    ILC  B  1822-1875  M  1822-1875  D  1822-1875

R C     NLI   B 1839-1880   M 1839-1880   Pos 4212

R C     RHGC   B 1839-1900  M  1839-1900

Loughglynn    

C of I    RCB  B  1877-1954  M  1845-1938   P 236

R C     NLI    B 1817-1880   M 1817-1880   D 1854-1880    Pos 4617/8

R C     RHGC   B 1817-1900  M  1817-1900  D 1850-1880

Moore & Drum

C of I    PRONI   B 1820-1882   M 1830-1861  D  1821-1883    Lost in 1922

Moore    

R C     NLI  B  1876-1880   M 1877-1880   Pos 4220

R C     RHGC  B  1872-1900  M  1872-1900

Mount Talbot

C of I    ILC     See Tessaragh

Ogulla    

C of I    ILC     See Elphin

R C     NLI   B 1865-1880   M 1864-1880   Pos 4611

R C     RHGC  B  1865-1900   M 1864-1900

Oran    

C of I    RCB   B 1885-1948    M 1845-1957   P 530

R C     NLI     No registers microfilmed

R C     RHGC  B  1864-1900  M  1864-1900

Roosky

C of I    ILC     See Termonbarry

Roscommon

C of I    RCB     M   1845-1946   P 735

Roscommon & Kilbride

C of I    PRONI   B 1722-1877  M  1760-1846   D 1760-1876    Lost in 1922

Roscommon & Kilteevan    

R C     NLI   B 1837-1880  M  1820-1864   Pos 4614

R C     RHGC  B  1820-1900   M 1820-1900   D 1821-1824

Shankill

C of I    ILC     See Creeve & Ardclare

Strokestown    

C of I    ILC     See Bumlin

R C     NLI  B  1830-1880   M 1830-1880   Pos 4608/9

R C     RHGC  B  1830-1900  M  1830-1900

Tarmonbarry    

R C     NLI   B 1865-1880  M  1865-1880   Pos 4611

R C     RHGC   B 1865-1900  M  1865-1900

Taughboy

C of I    ILC     See Tessaragh

Taughmaconnell    

R C     EGFHS  B  1842-1900   M 1863-1900

R C     NLI   B 1842-1880   M 1863-1880   Pos 2432

R C     RHGC  B  1842-1900  M  1842-1900

Tessaragh

C of I    RCB    M 1847-1930   P 729

Tesseragh Taughboy & Dysart

C of I    PRONI  B  1808-1876  M 1809-1916  D  1809-1876

Tibohine    

C of I    RCB   M  1856-1955   P 532

R C     NLI   B 1833-1880   M 1833-1880   Pos 6955

R C     RHGC   B 1833-1900   M 1833-1900

Tooma (Battlebridge)

C of I    PRONI  B  1839-1877   M 1840-1861   D 1876-    Lost in 1922

County Sligo     

C of I = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church    

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society    

ILC – Local = Records are held locally    

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed    

MNFHRC = Mayo North Family History Research Centre    

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland    

R C = Roman Catholic    

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin    

SHGC = Sligo Heritage & Genealogy Centre      

County Sligo     

Parish    Where stored    Baptisms    Marriages    Deaths    File No /Microfilm

Achonry

C of I    RCB  B  1909-1997    M 1845-1985  D  1911-1903    P 190

R C     NLI   B 1878-1880   M 1865-1880   Pos 4227

R C     SHGC   B 1878-1899

Aghanagh

C of I    RCB  B  1856-2002  M  1857-1937   P 842

Ahamlish    

C of I    RCB   B 1882-1948   M 1847-1944  D  1887-1959    P 844

C of I    PRONI B   1811-1882    Lost in 1922

R C     NLI  B  1796-1879   M 1796-1880   D 1796-1845    Pos 4602

R C     SHGC  B  1796-1900  M  1796-1900   D 1796-1845

Anaghugh    

R C     NLI  B  1805-1880  M  1800-1880   D 1800-1874    Pos 4606

R C     RHGC  B  1803-1899

R C     SHGC  B  1803-1899  M  1841-1899

Ballisodare

C of I PRONI  Chapel of Ease    B  1862-1886   M 1874-1953   D 1865-1886    Lost in 1922 See RCB for marriages

C of I RCB   B 1886-1996    D 1886-1970    P 201

Ballisodare & Kilvarnet    

R C     NLI   B 1842-1880   M 1858-1880   Pos 4227

R C     SHGC  B  1842-1899   M 1858-1899

Ballymote

C of I    ILC     See Emlafad

Ballynakill

C of I    ILC     See Boyle & Kilmacalane

Ballysumaghan

C of I    RCB   B 1849-2003   D  1850-1956    P 930

Beltra

C of I    ILC     See Dromard

Calry

C of I    PRONI  B  1824-1878  M  1824-1845  D  1824-1875    Lost in 1922 See St John’s Sligo

Castleconnor    

C of I    RCB  B  1800-2002  M  1800-1956  D  1800-2002    P 162

R C     NLI   B 1855-1880   M 1854-1880   Pos 4230

R C     SHGC  B  1835-1905  M  1835-1899

Cloonacool    

R C     NLI   B 1859-1880  M  1859-1880   Pos 4227

R C     SHGC  B  1859-1899  M  1859-1914

Coolooney

C of I    RCB  B  1877-1933  M  1845-1924   D 1877-1918    P 719 See Ballisodare

Curry    

R C     NLI   B 1867-1880  M  1867-1880   Pos 4227

R C     SHGC  B  1867-1899   M 1867-1899

Dromard

C of I    PRONI   B 1829-1875  M  1830-1872  D  1830-1875    Lost in 1922 See Beltra

Dromard & Skreen    

R C     NLI  B  1823-1880  M  1817-1869  D  1825-1828    Pos 4229

R C     SHGC   B 1823-1892  M  1817-1899  D  1825-1828

Drumcliffe    

C of I    RCB  B  1805-1890   M 1923-1955   P 842

R C     NLI  B  1841-1880  M  1865-1880   Pos 4603

R C     SHGC   B 1841-1899   M 1865-1899

Drumcollum

C of I    ILC     See Taunagh

Drumrat    

C of I    ILC     See Emlfad

R C     NLI   B 1843-1880  M  1842-1881   Pos 4228

R C     SHGC  B  1843-1900  M  1833-1890

Easkey    

C of I    NLI  No records listed   MFCI 033

C of I    RCB  B  1822-2005  M  1822-1951 D   1822-2005    P 193

R C     NLI   B 1864-1880    Pos 4230

R C     SHGC   B 1864-1899   M 1898-1890

Emlafad    

C of I    NLI   B 1808-1880  M  1831-1873  D  1831-1873    MFCi 033/108

C of I    RCB   B 1762-1882   M 1762-1875   D 1762-1942    P 203 MC 231

Emlafad & Kilmorgan    

R C     NLI  B  1856-1880  M  1824-1875   Pos 4228

R C     SHGC   B 1856-1899  M  1824-1899

Enniscrone

C of I    RCB     No records listed

Frankford

C of I ILC Union    See Castleconnor & Kilglass

Geevegh    

R C     NLI  B  1873-1880   M 1851-1880   Pos 4607

R C     SHGC  B  1851-1899   M 1851-1899

Kilfree

C of I    ILC     See Killaraght

Kilfree & Killaraght    

R C     NLI  B  1783-1880   M 1844-1880   Pos 4227

R C     SHGC   B  1873-1899  M  1844-1899

Kilglass    

C of I    PRONI   B 1844-1887     D   1846-1887

C of I    RCB  B  1887-2005  M  1845-1856   D 1886-2005    P 187 See Castleconnor

R C     NLI   B 1825-1880   M 1825-1880   D 1825-1867    Pos 4229

R C     SHGC   B 1825-1900  M  1825-1900   D 1825-1867

Killaraght    

C of I    RCB   B 1878-1941   M 1846-1936   P 204

R C     NLI     See Kilfree

Killasoicbrone

C of I    ILC     See St John’s Sligo

Killery

C of I    PRONI  B  1843-1878   D  1843-1878

C of I    RCB   B 1886-1962  M  1846-1977   P 931

Killoran    

C of I    RCB   B 1882-1999  M  1845-1955  D  1896-2001    P 111

R C     NLI   B 1878-1880   M 1846-1880   Pos 4228

R C     SHGC  B  1878-1899   M 1846-1912

Kilmacowen

C of I    ILC     See St John’s Sligo

Kilmacshalgan

C of I    PRONI   B 1810-1880  M  1810-1845  D  1810-1880    Lost in 1922

Kilmactigue    

C of I    RCB   B 1877-1961  M  1851-1953   D 1884-1981    P 171

R C     NLI  B  1845-1880   M 1848-1880   Pos 4226

R C     SHGC  B  1845-1899  M  1848-1899

Kilmactranny

C of I    RCB   B 1817-1919  M  1817-1954  D  1817-2004    P 932

Kilmoremoy    

R C     MNFHRC   B 1823-1900  M  1823-1900   D 1823-1931

R C     NLI   B 1823-1880  M  1823-1880   D 1823-1844    Pos 4231

Kilmorgan

C of I    ILC     See Emlafad

Kilmovee

C of I    ILC     See Castlemore

Kilshalvey    

C of I    ILC     See Killaraght

R C     NLI   B 1842-1877  M  1833-1876   Pos 4228

R C     SHGC  B  1842-1899   M 1940-1899

Kiltrustan

C of I    ILC     See Bumlin

Kilturra

C of I    ILC     See Emlafad

Kilvarnet

C of I    ILC     See Killoran

Kinlough    

R C     NLI   B 1835-1880  M  1840-1880   Pos 5344

R C     PRONI  B  1835-1881  M  1840-1881   MIC1D/77

Knocknarea

C of I    ILC   B 1842-1875     D   1842-1875

Lissadell

C of I    RCB  B  1835-1899   D 1845-1996   P 542

Lissadell / Mullaghnane

C of I    RCB     Chapel of Ease No records listed

Lissonuffy

C of I    ILC     See Bumlin

Mount Temple

C of I    ILC     See Ballyloughloe

Riverstown

C of I    ILC     See Tannagh

Rosses

C of I    PRONI  B  1868-1891    See Rosses in RCB

Rossinver    

R C     NLI   B 1851-1875  M  1844-1870   Pos 5350

R C     PRONI  B  1851-1875  M  1844-1875  MIC1D/83

Shancoe

C of I    ILC     See Kilmactranny

Skreen

C of I    PRONI   B 1843-1877  M  1843-1845  D  1843-1877    Lost in 1922 See RCB

Sligo    

C of I ILC     St John’s   B 1802-1875  M  1802-1845   D 1802-1875

Congregrational    PRONI    No records listed    CR/7/10

Methodist    PRONI    B 1819-1842    MIC429/1/89

Presbyterian    IPHS   M  1845-1887

R C     SHGC   B 1831-1899  M  1831-1899   D 1831-1848

R C      NLI     St John’s & St Mary’s  B 1858-1877   M 1858-1880   Pos 4603/4 4615/6

Taughsinod

C of I    ILC     See Moydow

Taunagh    

C of I    PRONI   B 1830-1877   M 1831-1849   D 1831-1876    Incl Riverstown Kilmacalane Drumcollum

C of I    RCB    B 1845-1956   P 529

R C     NLI  B  1803-1880  M  1803-1880   D 1836-1843    Pos 4604

R C     SHGC  B  1803-1900    M 1803-1899  D  1836-1843

Templeboy    

R C     NLI   B 1815-1880   M 1815-1880   Pos 4230

R C     SHGC   B 1815-1903  M  1815-1899    1815-1833

Toomour

C of I    ILC     See Emlafad

Tubbercurry     

C of I RCB  St George’s  B 1876-1999   M 1846-1954   D 1877-2000    P 798 See Anchory

R C     NLI     No records listed

R C     SHGC   No records listed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

List of Church registers for the Province of Leinster by County & by Parish

 

 

 

 

 

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This page lists the various Church Records for the Province of Leinster by County, Carlow, Dublin, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois/Leix/Queen’s, Longford, Louth, Meath, Offaly/King’s, Westmeath, Wexford & Wicklow by Parish, covering Births, Marriages & Deaths showing what records are available by date, where they are stored and reference numbers where used.

County Carlow

CGP = Carlow Genealogy Project

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society

Local = Records are held locally or ILC = in local control

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed

NLI = National Library Dublin

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland

R C = Roman Catholic

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin   

UHF = Ulster Historical Foundation

WHFC + Wicklow Family History Center

County Carlow

Parish Where Stored Births Marriages Deaths File No /Microfilm

Agha

C of I  See Dunleckney

Aghade

C of I  ILC  B 1740-1877  M 1740-1856  D 1740-1877

Aghold

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  B 1700-1995  M 1700-1957  D 1700-1994 P 522

Ardoyne

C of I  PRONI  B 1835-1877  M 1835-1870  D 1835-1877 Lost in 1922

Ardristan

C of I  PRONI   See Aghade

Bagnelstown

C of I  ILC   See Dunleckney

Ballinacarrig

C of I  ILC   See Tullowmagimma – Staplestown

Ballinakill

C of I  ILC   See Desertgalen

Ballintubber

C of I  ILC   See Ballyadams

Ballon

C of I  ILC   See Aghade

Ballon & Rathoe

R C CGP  B 1781-1899  M 1782-1899

R C NLI  B 1786-1867  M 1782-1880  D 1825-1871 Pos 4189

Ballycrogue

C of I  ILC   See Tullowmagimma

Ballyellin

C of I  ILC   See Kiltennel & Lorum

Barragh

C of I  PRONI  B 1821-1879  M 1820-1879 D  1838-1878 Lost in 1922

Bilboa

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  B 1950-1999  M 1846-2006  D 1953-2001 P 323

Borris

C of I RCB D  1899- Kavanagh family Burials

R C CGP  B 1782-1999 M 1782-1899

R C NLI  B 1782-1880  M 1782-1880 Pos 4196

Carlow

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  B 1695-1990  M 1695-1994  D1698-2001 P 317

C of I  RCB    St Dynphnas Chapel  No registers

Methodist PRONI Circuit B  1844-1850   MIC429/1/109

R C CGP  B 1774-1899  M 1769-1899

R C NLI  B 1874-1880  M 1769-1880 Pos 4193

R C On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

Castletown Killeban

C of I  RCB D 1890

Clonagoose or Borris

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB B  1877-19996  M 1846-1954  D 1889-1997 P 015

Clonaheen

C of I  ILC   See Clonenagh

Clonegal

R C CGP  B 1833-1899  M 1833-1899

R C NLI  B 1873-1880  M 1833-1880 Pos 4197

R C WHFC  B 1833-1900  M 1833-1871

Clonmelish

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB M 1846-1934 P 128

Clonmore

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  B 1882-1994  M 1846-1954  D 1882-1994 P 919

R C CGP  B 1813-1899  M 1819-1899  D 1861-1899

R C NLI  B 1819-1900  M 1813-1900 Pos 4198

R C WHFC   M 1833-1900

Clonmulsk

C of I  PRONI  B 1840-1877  M 1843-1855  D 1840-1877 Lost in 1922

Cloydagh

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  B 1876-2008 M  1845-2007 D  1875-2006 P 575

Crecrin

C of I  ILC   See Aghold

Dunleckney

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  B 1791-1925  M 1791-1957 D  1791-1997 P 125

R C CGP B  1820-1899  M 1820-1899

R C NLI  B 1820-1880  M 1820-1880 Pos 4195

R C On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

Fenagh

C of I  ILC  B 1809-1875  M 1809-1845 D 1809-1875

Gilbertstown

C of I  ILC   See Aghada

Grangeforth

C of I  ILC   See Urglin

Grangemonk

C of I  RCB   See Killeban

Hacketstown

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB B  1877-1994  M 1845-1956  D 1878-1994 P 584

R C CGP  B 1827-1899  M 1828-1899

R C NLI  B 1820-1879 M  1820-1880 Pos 4191

R C On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

R C WFHC  B 1827-1900  M 1827-1900

Haroldstown

C of I  ILC   See Hacketswtown

Kellistown

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB M 1845-1917 P 430

Kilclonbrook

C of I  RCB   See Timogue

Killeny

C of I  RCB   See Corclone

Killerig

C of I  RCB   See Urglin

Killeshin

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  B 1824-2008  M 1828-2006  D 1826-2008 P 540

Kiltennel

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  B 1837-1996  M 1837-1950  D 1837-1957 P 077

Leighlin

C of I  ILC   See Old Leighlin

Leighlinbridge

C of I  ILC   See Dunleckney & Wells

R C CGP B  1783-1900  M 1783-1900  D 1898-1899

R C NLI  B 1783-1880  M  1783-1880 D Pos 4195

Liscolman

C of I  ILC   See Aghold

Lorum

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  M  1845-1954 P 127

Mayo Killaban

C of I  RCB  M  1889-1891

Moyanna

C of I  ILC   See Stradbally

Myshall

C of I  ILC  B 1814-1876 M  1815-1855  D 1816-1877

R C CGP  B 1846-1899  M 1846-1899

R C NLI  B 1822-1880  M 1822-1880 Pos 4189

Nurney

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB B  1878-1997  M 1845-1954  D 1879-2000 P 126

Old Leighlin

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  B 1781-1999  M 1790-1855  D 1781-1994 P 335

Painstown

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  B 1833-1917  M 1835-1919  D 1834-1908 P 318

C of I RCB  St Anne’s  B 1859-1919 M  1864-1913 P 319

Rahill

C of I  ILC   See Rathvilly

Rathmore

C of I  ILC   See Rathvilly

Rathvilly

C of I  ILC B  1826-1875 M 1826-1845  D 1826-1875

R C CGP B  1797-1900  M 1800-1900  D 1844-1899

R C NLI  B 1797-1880  M 1800-1880 Pos 4189

R C WFHC B  1797-1887  M 1797-1900

Roskelton

C of I  RCB  B 1825-2001  M 1826-1955  D 1826-2001

Rutland

C of I  ILC   See Urglin

Shrule

C of I  ILC   See Cloydagh

Slatey

C of I  ILC   See Cloydagh

Staplestown

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  B 1840-2000  M 1847-1954  D 1879-2000 P 613 See Tullowmagimna

Straboe

C of I  ILC   See Rathvilly

St Mullins

R C CGP  B 1796-1899  M 1813-1899  D 1898-1899

R C NLI  B 1796-1880 M  1813-1880 Pos 4192

Tecolme

C of I  ILC   See Rathaspeck

Templepeter

C of I  ILC   See Nurney

Tinryland

R C CGP B  1813-1899  M 1813-1899  D 1898-1899

R C NLI  B 1813-1880  M 1813-1880 Pos 4192

Tullow

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  B 1696-2005  M 1700-1955  D 1700-1932 P 356 See Fenagh

R C CGP D 1861-1899

R C NLI B  1763-1899  M 1775-1880 Pos 4194

Tullowmagimma/Staplestown

C of I  PRONI  B 1791-1882  M 1792-1874  D 1791-1879

Tullowmoy

C of I  ILC   See Timogue

Urglin – Rutland

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  B 1710-2001  M 1715-1952  D 1715-1999 P 612

Wells

C of I On Line   Irishgenealogy.ie

C of I RCB  B 1870-1957 M  1803-1915  D 1802-2000 P 013

County Dublin

C of I  = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church

DLHRS = Dun Laoghaire – Rathdown Heritage Centre

FHP = Fingal Heritage Project

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society

Local = Records are held locally

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland

R C = Roman Catholic

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin

Dublin

Parish Where stored Baptisms Marriages Deaths File No /Microfilm

Dublin

Adelaide Hospital

C of I RCB Chapel  No records listed  P 936

Arbour Hill Barracks

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB B  1848-1922  M 1847-1884 P 268

Artane

C of I  ILC See Finglas

R C FHP  B 1771-1899 M  1771-1899

R C ILC B  1774-  M 1774-

R C NLI No records microfilmed

Aungiers Street

R C ILC  B 1888-  M 1888-

R C NLI No registers microfilmed

Baggothrath

C of I  RCB B  1865-1923 M  1882-1923 P 350 See St Stephens

Balbriggan

C of I  RCB B  1839-1887  M 1840-1949  D 1821-1842 P 502 See Balrothery

R C FHP  B 1770-1899  M 1796-1899

R C NLI  B 1770-1901  M 1770-1900 Pos 9209

Baldoyle (Baldungan)

C of I  ILC See Howth

Balgriffin St Doulagh’s

C of I  RCB  B 1820-2000  M 1846-2007  D 1821-1945 P 366

Ballybohill

C of I  ILC See Clonmethan

Ballybrack

C of I  ILC See Killiney – Ballybrack

R C FHP  B 1841-1900  M 1860-1900

R C ILC B 1841-  M 1880-

R C NLI  B 1860-1908 Pos 9211

Ballyfermott

C of I  ILC See Chapelizod

Ballymacdun

C of I  ILC See Clonmethan

Balrothery

C of I  RCB  B 1783-1958 M  1798-1965  D 1782-1810 P 503

Balscadden

C of I  ILC

Beggars Bush Barracks

C of I  RCB  B 1868-1921 P 269

Berkeley Road

R C ILC  B 1890-  M 1890-

R C NLI No registers microfilmed

Bethesda Chapel Granby Row

C of I  ILC No records listed

C of I  RCB B 1875-1908

Blackrock

C of I  RCB All Saints  B 1871-2000  M 1870-1956 P 308 See Carysfort& Monkstown

C of I  RCB   Christ Church   No records listed

R C DLHRS  B 1854-1900

R C ILC B 1850-  M 1860-

R C NLI B  1834-1900 Pos 9212

Blanchardstown

C of I  ILC See Castleknock

R C FHP  B 1771-1878  M 1771-1899

R C NLI  B 1774-1880  M 1775-1880 Pos 6613-17

Bohernabreena

C of I  RCB  B 1824-2000  M 1824-1956 P 426 MC264-266/269

R C DCLA B  1868-1901

R C DLHRS  B 1755-1900  M 1755-1900

R C NLI  B 1755-1902  M 1756-1899 Pos 9084/5

Cabinteely

R C DCLA  B 1862-1900

R C ILC  B 1859-  M 1859-

R C NLI  B 1863-1903  M 1866-1910 Pos 9211

Cabra

R C ILC  B 1909- M 1856-

R C On Line irishgenealogy.ie

R C NLI No registers microfilmed

Carysfort

C of I  RCB  B 1855-1958  M 1878-1959 P 215 MC 260/271

Castleknock

C of I  RCB  B 1710-1959 M1723-1956  D 1714-1963 P 352

Chapelozid

C of I  RCB  B 1812-1955 M  1812-1991 D  1812-2001 P 664

R C DCLA  B 1850-1900

R C ILC  B 1846-  M 1846-

R C NLI  B 1849-1901  M 1849-1901 Pos 9199

R C On Line Irishgenealogy.ie

Dublin Castle

C of I  ILC   Chapel Royal See St Werburgh’s

C of I RCB Christ Church Cathedral  B 1740-1994  M 1717-2005 D 1710-1866

Clondalkin

C of I  RCB B  1721-2001  M 1732-1995  D 1724-2001 P 492

C of I  NLI No records listed  MFCI/073

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

R C NLI  B 1778-1880  M 1778-1880 Pos 6612

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

Clonmethan

C of I  RCB  B 1884-1933  M 1853-1917 P 452

Clonsilla

C of I  RCB  B 1830-1901 M  1831-1956  D 1831-1902 P 353 See Castleknock

Clontarf

C of I  RCB  B 1808-2003 M  1812-2002  D 1812-1875 P 833

C of I  NLI B  1816-1849  M 1811-1852 D1812-1860 MFCI.013/14

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

Clontarf & Lower Gloucester Street

Presbyterian PRONI  B 1836-1992  M 1836-1932 MIC1p/430

Clonturk

C of I  ILC See Drumcondra

Cloughran

C of I  PRONI  B 1853-1875  M 1853-1876 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B  1782-1891 M  1738-1875  D  1732-1938 P 242

Confey

C of I  ILC See Leixlip

Coolock

C of I  PRONI  B 1794-1799  M 1794-1799 D1503/3/81

C of I  RCB B  1845-1956 P 243

R C ILC  B 1879-  M 1879-

R C NLI No registers microfilmed

Crinken

C of I ILC No records listed  St James

Cruagh

C of I  ILC See Tallaght

Crumlin

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  b 1915-1944  m 1846-1997  d 1914-1982 P 754

Dalkey

C of I  RCB  B 1877-1903 P 287 MC 270 See Monkstown & Killiney

R C DLHRS  B 1861-1900

R C ILC  B 1861- M 1894-

R C NLI  B 1861-1899  M 1894-1910 Pos 9212

Dartry

C of I  ILC See Ematris

Donabate

C of I  RCB  B 1811-1897  M 1814-1848  D 1817-1850 P 454

R C FHP  B 1760-1899  M 1761-1899

R C NLI  B 1760-1880  M 1761-1880 Pos 6618

Donnybrook

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1712-1957  M 1712-2005  D 1712-1916 P 246 MC 277-280

Donoghmore

C of I  ILC See Clondalkin

Drimnagh

C of I  ILC See Clondalkin

Drumcondra

C of I  PRONI  B 1810-1877  M 1814-1873  D 1792-1874 Lost in 1922

Dundrum Taney

C of I  RCB  B 1791-1967  M 1795-1998  D 1814-1950 P 609

Dundrum

C of I  RCB St Nathi B 1998-2001 P 610

R C DLHRS  B 1854-1900 M 1865-1901

R C NLI  B 1854-1900 M  1865-1901 Pos 9309

Dun Laoghaire (Kingstown)

C of I RCB Christ Church  B 1852-1899  M 1875-1956 P 367 MC/261-263

C of I RCB Mariners Church See Kingstown/Dunlaoghaire

C of I RCB Mariners   B 1843-1970  M 1875-1972 P 368

Congregational PRONI B  1848-1935 CR/7/5

R C DLRHS  B 1755-1900  M 1755-1900

R C NLI  B 1768-1914  M 1769-1932 Pos 9071/2/3

R C WFHC B  1790-1859  M 1790-1859

Esker Lucan

C of I  ILC See Leixlip & Lucan

Fairview

R C NLI  B 1879-1880  M 1879-1880 Pos 6609

Finglas

C of I  RCB  B 1658-1986  M 1666-1986  D 1664-1956 P 307

R C FHP  B 1812-1899  M 1812-1899

R C NLI  B 1788-1880  M 1757-1880 Pos 6613

Great Charles Street

C of I RCB Free Church  B 1902-1987 P 301

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

Garristown

C of I  PRONI  B 1842-1872  M 1860- Lost in 1922

R C FHP B  1857-1899 M  1857-189

R C NLI B 1857-1880  M 1857-1880 Pos 6617

Glasnevin

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1757-2000 M  1793-1970  D 1793-1996 P 244

Glasthule

R C NLI  B 1865-1902 Pos 9211

Glenageary

C of I  RCB  B 1890-2001  M 1880-2007

R C DLHRS B  1865-1900  M 1860-1900

Grallagh

C of I  ILC See Hollywood Co. Dublin

Grangegorman

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB All Saints  B  1816-1940  M 1830-1956  D 1833-1834 P 511

Haddington Road

R C NLI B  1798-1902  M 1849-1905 Pos 9309/9314

R C ILC  B 1865-  M 1865-

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

Harolds Cross

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB B  1871-2000  M 1904-1998 P 751

Hollywood

C of I  PRONI B  1813-1883  M 1814-1847  D 1824-1882 Lost in 1922

Holmpatrick

C of I  RCB  B 1779-1829  M 1800-1955  D 1786-1829 P 500 See Skerries

Howth

C of I  RCB  B 1804-1911  M 1823-1871  D 1821-1912 P 373

R C FHP  B 1784-1899  M 1784-1899

R C NLI  B 1784-1880  M 1785-1880 Pos 6618

Irishtown

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB B  1812-1973 M  1874-2006  D 1807-1866 MC 257

R C FHP  B 1784-1899  M 1784-1899

R C NLI  B 1874-1880  M 1769-1932 Pos 6618

Kenure Rush

C of I  RCB  B 1867-1997  M 1867-2001

Kenure Park

C of I  RCB  Chapel  No records listed

Kilbarrack

C of I  ILC See Howth

Kilbride

C of I  ILC See Clondalkin

Kilgobbin

C of I  ILC See Kilternan

Kill

C of I  PRONI  B 1863-1890 Lost in 1922

Killesk

C of I  ILC See Swords

Killiney

C of I RCB Holy Trinity  B 1861-2000  M 1871-2991 P 207 MC 276

Killiney & Ballybrack

C of I  RCB  B 1829-2000  M 1831-1878 P 490 MC 281-282

Killossery

C of I  ILC See Swords

Kilmactalway

C of I  ILC See Clonmdalkin

Kilmacud

C of I  ILC See Stillorgan

Kilmachuddrick

C of I  ILC See Clondalkin

Kilmainham

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I ILC Royal Chapel B 1826-1921 In Office of Public Works Farmleigh Dublin

C of I RCB St Jude’s B 1857-1982 M  1861-1981 P 278 MC 273/286

Congregational PRONI  B 1892-1978 CR/7/11

Kilsallaghan

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB B  1806-2004  M 1813-1913  D 1817-2003 P 564

Kilternan

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB B  1817-2000  M 1817-1999  D 1817-2001 P 346 MC 284-5

Kingstown

C of I  ILC See Dun Laoghaire & Monkstown

Kinsealy

C of I  ILC See Swords

Leeson Park

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1867-1941 M  1873-1972 P 708

Leeson Street

C of I ILC Magdalen Asylum  No records listed

Lucan

C of I  NLI  No records listed  MFCI/090

C of I  RCB  B 1877-1962  M 1845-1956  D 1877-1993 P 913

Presbyterian PRONI  B 1899-1920 MIC1P/12

R C NLI  B 1818-1907  M 1818-1908 Pos 6612/9310

R C DCLA  B 1818-1901 M  1818-1900

Lusk

C of I  RCB  B 1809-1957  M 1817-1849  D 1811-1958 P 453

R C FHP B 1701-1900  M 1701-1900

R C NLI  B 1757-1880  M 1757-1880 Pos 6616

Malahide

C of I  RCB  B 1822-1990  M 1825-2007  D 1822-2000 P 364

R C FHP B 1856-1900

R C NLI  B 1856-1901 M  1856-1901 Pos 931

Marlboro Street

C of I  RCB Missions to Seamen B 1961-1981 P 351

Milltown

C of I  RCB  B 1844-1939  M 1867-1956 P 654

Monkstown

C of I  PRONI  B 1685-1860  M 1685-1860 D  1685-1860 T/921/1 T808/15028 15032 15035

C of I  RCB  B 1869-1885  M 1878-1981 P 839

C of I RCB St John’s  B 1679-1884 M  1676-1899  D 1669-1893 P 838

Moravian PRONI  B 1748-1977  M 1799-1980  D 1765-1979 MIC1/F/4

R C DLHRS  B 1855-1900  M  1865-1900

R C ILC  B 1865-  M 1881-

R C NLI No registers microfilmed

Mount Merrion

C of I  RCB  B 1956-2000  M 1936-1982 P 514

Mulhuddart

C of I  RCB  B 1871-1944 P 354 See Castleknock

Naul

C of I  RCB  B 1898-1913  M 1847-1913 P 451 See Hollywood

R C FHP  B 1832-1899  M 1833-1899

R C NLI No registers microfilmed

Newcastle-Lyons

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 088

C of I  RCB  B 1768-1847  M 1772-1946  D 1776-1847 P 220 MC 283

R C ILC  B 1773- M 1773-

R C NLI No registers microfilmed

North Circular Road

C of I RCB Female Orphan House B  1870-1953 P 661

C of I RCB  Female Penitentiary  B 1879-1907 P 301

North Dublin

C of I RCB Union B 1906-1918

North Strand

C of I  RCB B  1878-1939  M 1879-1922 P 494

Oriel Street

Congregational PRONI CR/7/6

Palmerstown

C of I  ILC See Clonmethan

R C DCLA B  1798-1862  M 1838-1858

R C NLI  B 1798-1864  M 1837-1857 Pos 6612

Peter Street

C of I ILC  Albert Chapel  See Molyneux Church

C of I RCB Molyneux Chapel  B 1871-1926 P 010

Pidgeon House Fort

C of I  RCB  B 1872-1901 P 270

Portmarnock

C of I  RCB  B 1820-1876  M 1825-1951  D 1820-1876 P 384/5

Portobello Barracks

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1857-1922 P 271

Portran/Portrahan

C of I  ILC See Donabate

Presbyterian PRONI No records listed

Raheny

C of I  RCB  B 1816-1932 M  1817-1956 D  1815-1851 P 513

Ranelagh

C of I  RCB P 700 See Leeson Park

Rathcoole & Tassaruard

C of I  RCB  B 1724-1888  M 1759-1956  D 1740-1889 P 493

Rathdown

C of I  ILC Workhouse   c. 1860 See Ballybrack

Rathdown Union Workhouse

R C DLRHS  B 1841-1900  M 1876-1894

R C NLI No registers microfilmed

Rathearney

C of I  RCB  No records listed  P 543

Rathfarnham

C of I  RCB  B 1873-1946  M 1845-1992  D 1873-1968 P 533

R C DCLA  B 1777-1857  M 1777-1864

R C NLI  B 1777-1917  M 1777-1933 Pos 8972

R C On line irishgenealogy.ie

Rathgar

C of I  ILC See Zion

R C ILC  B 1874-  M 1874-

R C NLI No registers microfilmed

Rathmichael

C of I  RCB  B 1865-1955  M 1864-1986  D 1893-1915 P 706 See Bray

Rathmines

C of I RCB Holy Trinity  B 1850-1981 M  1862-1986 P 545 See St Peter’s Dublin

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

R C ILC B 1823-  M 1823-

R C NLI B  1823-1906  M 1823-1901 Pos 9200/1

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

Rathgar

C of I RCB  Zion B  1885-1950  M 1885-1998 P 288

Richmond Barracks

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1857-1922 P 3272

Ringsend

C of I  ILC See Irishtown

Rotunda Hospital

C of I RCB  Chapel  B 1860-2001 P 274

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

Royal Hibernian Military School

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1851-1922 P 1016

Rush

C of I  ILC See Kenure & Lusk

R C FHP B  1785-1826  M 1785-1826

R C NLI B  1785-1880  M 1785-1880 Pos 6617

Saggart

C of I  ILC See Rathcoole

R C FHP  B 1832-1899 M 18232-1878

R C NLI  B 1832-1880  M 1832-1878 POS 6483

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

Sandford

C of I  RCB  B 1826-1930  M 1876-1977 P 653

R C DCLA  B 1823-1900  M 1823-1900

R C ILC 1823- 1823-

R C NLI B  1841-1905  M 1823-1901 Pos 9308

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

Sandymount

C of I  RCB  B 1850-2003  M 1871-2003 P 305

Presbyterian IPHS No records listed

R C ILC  B 1865-  M 1865-

R C NLI No registers microfilmed

Santry

C of I  RCB  B 1754-1996 M  1754-1993 D  1753-1952 P 241

Skerries Holmpatrick

C of I  RCB  B 1779-1829  M 1800-1955 D  1786-1829 P 500

Skerries

R C FHP  B 1751-1899  M 1751-1899

R C NLI  B 1751-1880  M 1751-1880 Pos 6614

South Dublin Union

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1864-1898 P 385 MC 268 Now St James Hospital

St Agatha’s

RC NLI  B 1852-1880  M 1853-1880 Pos 6611

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

R C DCLA  B 1852-1900  M 1853-1900

St Aiden

C I RCB B 1910-1961 P 299

St Andrews

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1877-1989  M 1845-1985 P 059

R C DCLA  B 1741-1858  M 1741-1804

R C NLI  B 1741-1880  M 1741-1880 Pos 6605-6610

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

St Ann

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1873-2007  M 1845-1978  D 1780-2006 P 344

St Audeon

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1672-2000  M 1673-2006  D 1673-1885 P 116 MC 240

R C NLI B  1778-1880 M  1747-1880 Pos 6778

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

St Augustine

C of I  RCB  B 1911-1965 P 300

St Barnabas

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1866-1932  M 1874-1930 P 495

St Bartolomew Clyde Road

C of I  RCB  B 1868-1967  M 1868-1992 P 064

St Bride

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1845-1887 P 327

St Bridget

C of I  PRONI  B 1633-1885  M 1633-1845  D 1633-1859 Lost in 1922 See St Peter’s

St Catherine & St James

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB B  1730-1960  M 1742-2007  D 1742-1989 P 152/512 MC 244-245

St Catherine

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1699-1966  M 1679-1966  D 1679-1898 P 117 MC 247-248

R C NLI  B 1740-1880 M  1740-1880 Pos 7137-714

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

St Finian’s

C of I  RCB No records listed

St Georges

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1794-2000 M  1794-2007  D 1824-2001 P 298

St Georges Chapel of Ease

C of I  PRONI B  1750-1886  M 1758-1877  D 1801-1882 Lost in 1922

St James Hospital

C of I  RCB  B 1956-1957 P 948

St James

C of I  RCB  B 1730-1963  M 1742-1963 1742-1989

C of I  RCB  B 1962-1963 P 947

R C DCLA  B 1803-1882  M 1806-1896

R C NLI  B 1752-1880  M 1754-1880 Pos 7228-7232

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

St John

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1619-1878 M  1619-1878  D 1619-1850 P 328 MC 250

St Laurence O’Toole’s

R C NLI  B 1853-1880  M 1856-1880 Pos 6611

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

St Kevin’s

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1883-1980  M 1884-1977 P 043 MC 272

St Kevin’s Hospital

C of I  RCB  No records listed   P 951

St Kevin’s Harrington Street

R C NLI  B 1865-1901  M 1865-1912 Pos 9312/3/4

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

St Luke

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1713-1974 M  1716-1973  D 1716-1974 P 155

St Mark

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1730-1971  M 1730-1971 D 1733-1923 P 030

St Mary

C of I  NLI  No records listed   MFCI 105

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB B  1679-1972  M 1679-1980  D 1700-1858 P 277 MC 253

C of I RCB  St Mary Chapel   No records listed   P 697

St Mary Pro-Cathedral

R C ILC  B 1741- M 1741-

R C NLI  B 1741-1939 M 1741-1900 Pos 9148-9167

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

St Mathias

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1867-1955  M 1873-1955 P 044

St Mathew Ringsend

C of I  NLI No records listed   MFCI 107

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

St Michael

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1674-1686  M 1663-1765  D 1678-1750 P 118

St Michael & St John’s

R C DCLA  B 1743-1792  M 1742-1792

R C NLI  B 1768-1880  M 1784-1880 Pos 7358-7360

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

St Michan

C of I  RCB B  1701-1787  M 1796-1956  D 1727-1745 P 276 MC 255

R C NLI  B 1726-1869 M  1726-1884 Pos 8829-8831

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

St Nicholas Within

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1671-1916  M 1671-1916  D 1671-1916 P 154 MC 241

St Nicholas Without

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1694-1861  M 1699-1861  D 1694-1875 P 210 MC 242-243

St Nicholas

R C NLI  B 1742-1880  M 1767-1881 Pos 7267-7270 7275/7277/7368

R C On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

St Patrick Cathedral

C of I  RCB  B 1677-1868  M 1708-1840  D 1687-1860 P 950

St Patricks Hospital

C of I  RCB No records listed

St Paul

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1696-1987  M 1699-1987 D 1702-1892 P 273 MC 254/288-289

R C FHP B  1731-1898  M 1732-1900

R C NLI  B 1731-1882  M 1731-1889 Pos 8828-8838

St Peter

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1669-1974  M 1670-1975  D 1670-1883 P 045 MC 234-239

St Stephen

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1837-2000  M 1862-1956 P 046 MC 288-299

St Thomas

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1750-1920  M 1750-1980  D 1762-1882 P 080

St Thomas Mark, Peter, Andrew

Methodist PRONI  B 1870-1881  M 1878-1881 MIC1E/20

St Victor

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1897-2001  M 1916-1956 P 153

St Werburgh

C of I  On Line Irish Genealogy.ie

C of I  RCB  B 1704-1913  M 1704-1956  D 1703-1843 P 326 MC 251/274

Steven’s Hospital

C of I  ILC No records listed

Stillorgan/Kilmacud

C of I  RCB  B 1875-1948  M 1845-1956 P 713

Swifts Alley

C of I  PRONI B  1848-1887 Lost in 1922

Swords

C of I  RCB B  1705-1843 M  1793-184  D 1725-1826 P 565

R C FHP  B 1763-1899  M 1751-1899

R C NLI B  1763-1880  M 1763-1880 Pos 6616

Tallaght

C of I  RCB  B 1889-1970  M 1845-1956 P 068

Tassagard

C of I  ILC See Rathcoole

Presbyterian PRONI Temple Lane Aungiers Street No records listed  CR/5/26

Terenure

C of I  RCB  Trinity  B 1871-1918 M 1874-1915 P 252

R C ILC  B 1870- M 1894-

R C NLI No registers microfilmed

Tullow Carrickmines

C of I  RCB  B 1864-1974  M 1867-1997  D 1891-1953 P 738

Ward

C of I  ILC See Finglas

Westpaltown

C of I  ILC See Clonmethan

Whitechurch

C of I  RCB  B 1824-1945  M 1827-1985  D 1824-1933 P 504

York Street

Congregational PRONI  B 1819-1945  M 1827-1942 CR/7/3

Zion Chapel

Congregational PRONI B 1820-1884  M 1820-1857 CR/7/4

County Kildare 

C of I  = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church 

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society 

ILC – Local = Records are held locally 

KHGC = Kildare Heritage & Genealogical society Co. Ltd 

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed 

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland 

R C = Roman Catholic 

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin

WFHC = Wicklow Family History Centre   

County Kildare 

Parish Where stored Baptisms Marriages Deaths File No /Microfilm

Allen & Milltown

R C KHGS B  1820-1899  M 1820-1899

R C NLI  B 1820-1852  M 1820-1876 Pos 4206

Ardkill

C of I  ILC See Carbury

Athy 

C of I  NLI No records listed  MFCI 078

C of I  RCB  B 1669-1880  M 1675-1902  D 1669-1950 P 630

R C KHGS  B 1753-1899  M 1753-1899

R C NLI  B 1779-1880 M  1780-1880 Pos 6479/80

Ballaghmoon

C of I  ILC See Castledermot

Ballinafagh

C of I  ILC See Timahoe

C of I  RCB  B 1876-1954  M 1851-1957 D 1877-1964 P 150

Ballinakill

C of I  ILC See Cloonsaat

Ballybracken

C of I  ILC See Harristown

Ballyburley

C of I  RCB  No records listed   P 481

Ballymanny

C of I  ILC See Great Connell

Ballymore Eustace 

C of I  NLI  No records listed   MFCI 086

C of I  RCB  B 1838-1879  M 1840-1956  D 1832-1879 P 650

R C KHGS  B 1779-1899  M 1779-1899

R C NLI B 1779-1880  M 1779-1880 Pos 6481

R C WFHC  B 1779-1900  M 1779-1900

Ballynadrimna

C of I  ILC See Carbury

Ballysax

C of I  RCB  B 1830-1929  M 1841-1955  D 1834-1994 P 431

Ballyscullogue (Hortland)

C of I  ILC See Kilcock

Ballysonnon

C of I  RCB  B 1889-1897  M 1845-1947 P 432

Ballyna 

R C KHGS  B 1785-1899 M  1797-1899

R C NLI B  1785-1865 M  1797-1880 Pos 4206

Balraghan

C of I  ILC See Kilcock

Bride

C of I  ILC See Caragh

Cadamstown

C of I  ILC See Carbury

Caragh 

C of I  RCB See Clane

R C KHGS  B 1849-1899  M 1850-1899

R C NLI  B 1849-1874  M 1850-1875 Pos 4206

Carbury 

C of I  NLI  No records listed   MFCI 066

C of I  RCB  B 1804-1902  M 1805-1918 D  1805-1911 P 524

Carbury & Dunforth

R C NLI  B 1821-1880  M 1821-1880  D 1869-1879 Pos 4206

Carnalway

C of I  RCB   M  1846-1956 P 436

Carough

C of I  RCB  B 1895-1962  M 1887-1948  D 1896-1912 P 123

Carrick

C of I  ILC See Carbury

Castlecarbury

C of I  ILC See Carbury

Castledermot

C of I  PRONI B  1701-1876 M  1701-1876  D 1708-1876 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M  1877-2000

C of I  NLI  Union No records listed   MFCI 080

R C KHGS  B 1789-1899  M 1789-1899

R C NLI  B 1789-1880  M 1789-1880 Pos 6480/81

Celbridge or Kildrought

C of I  ILC  B 1777-1881  M 1779-1843  D 1787-1882

Celbridge 

C of I  NLI   No records listed  MFCI 088

C of I  RCB  B 1777-1977  M 1777-1975  D 1787-1997 P 218

R C KHGS  B 1857-1882

R C NLI  B 1857-1880 Pos 6613

Churchtown

C of I  ILC See Athy

Clane 

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 074

C of I RCB St Michael’s & All Angles B  1947-2001 M  1850-1956  D 1906-1947 P 124

Clane Rathcoffey & Staplestown 

R C KHGS B  1821-1899  M 1821-1899

R C NLI  B 1785-1880  M 1825-1880 Pos 4206

Clonaslee

C of I  RCB  B 1814-1989  M 1814-1981  D 1816-1985

Cloncurry

C of I  ILC See Kilcock

Clonsast

C of I  RCB  B 1805-1967  M 1904-1956  D 1806-2000

Clonshambo

C of I  ILC See Clane

Coghlanstown

C of I  ILC See Ballymore Eustace

Coolcor

C of I  ILC See Primult

Crookstown & Kilmeade 

R C KHGS  B 1853-1856  M 1853-1856

R C NLI  B 1837-1856  M 1837-1856 Pos 6485

Curragh Camp   

C of I RCB St Paul’s  B 1914-1935

R C KHGS  B 1855-1899  M 1855-1899  D 1877-1890

R C NLI  B 1855-1880  M 1855-1880 Pos 4207

Davidstown

C of I  ILC See Kilcullen

Donadea

C of I  RCB  St Peters  B 1890-1968  M 1846-1939  D 1892-1920 P 151

Donaghcumper

C of I  ILC See Celbridge & Clondalkin

Doneny

C of I  ILC See Lackagh

Donoughmore

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 089

Downings

C of I  ILC See Caragh

Ducany

C of I  ILC See Lackagh

Dunbrea

C of I  ILC See Athy

Dunforth

C of I  ILC See Carbury

Dunlost

C of I  ILC See Athy

Dunmamogue/Monmohennock

C of I  ILC See Castledermot

Dunmurraghill

C of I  RCB See Donadea

Dunmurray

C of I  ILC See Thomastown

Feighcullen

C of I  PRONI  B 1846-1876   D  1862-1873 Lost in 1922

Fontstown

C of I  RCB   M  1847-1956 P 194

Giltown

C of I  ILC See Kilcullen

Graney

C of I  ILC See Castledermot

Grangerosnolvin

C of I  ILC See Castledermot

Great Connell

C of I  RCB  M 1845-1893 P 051

Great Connell & Ladytown

C of I  PRONI  B 1811-1877  M 1807-1845  D 1806-1876 Lost in 1922

Harristown

C of I  ILC   No records listed  See Rathmore

C of I  ILC  B 1666-1875  M 1666-1845  D 1666-1875

Haynestown

C of I  ILC See Naas

Jago

C of I  ILC See Ballymore Eustace

Kilberry

C of I  RCB  M 1845-1956 P 629

Kilclonfert

C of I  ILC No records listed

Kilcock 

C of I  PRONI  B 1809-1879  M 1815-1847  D 1815-1877 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  B 1881-1984  M 1846-1931  D 1884-1980 P 561

R C KHGS B  1771-1899  M 1786-1899

R C NLI B  1771-1880  M 1855-1880 Pos 4207

Kilcullen 

C of I  RCB  B 1778-1890  M 1819-1955  D 1779-1891 P 433

R C KHGS  B 1777-1899  M 1786-1899

R C NLI  B 1786-1899  M 1786-1880 Pos 6484

Kilcullen Bridge

C of I  ILC See Kilcullen & Carnalway

Kildangan

C of I  ILC See Nurney

Kildare 

C of I  ILC B  1801-1876  M 1801-1845  D 1801-1876

C of I  NLI No records listed  MFCI 070

C of I  RCB   No records listed  P 338

Kildare & Rathdangan 

R C KHGS  B 1815-1899  M 1786-1899

R C NLI B  1815-1880  M 1815-1880 Pos 4208

Kildrought

C of I  ILC See Celbridge

Kilkea

C of I RCB Duke of Leinster’s Church B 1921-1948 See Castledermot

Kill/Rathmore 

C of I  RCB  B 1814-2000  M 1820-1951  D 1814-1892 P 488/499

Kill 

R C KHGS B  1813-1899  M 1813-1899

R C NLI  B 1840-1880  M 1815-1880 Pos 4208

Killadoon

C of I  ILC See Celbridge

Killashee

C of I  RCB   M  1852-1926 P 703

Killelan

C of I  ILC See Timolin

Killishee

C of I  PRONI  B 1800-1865  M 1813-1854 D  1815-1864 Lost in 1922

Killybegs

C of I  ILC See Clane

Kilmacow

C of I  ILC See Castlemacadam

Kilmanman

C of I  ILC See Oregan

Kilmeague & Lulliamore

C of I  PRONI  B 1814-1878  M 1814-1849  D 1818-1878 Lost in 1922

Kilmore

C of I  ILC See Carbury

Kilrush

C of I  ILC See Ballysonnan

Kilteel

C of I  ILC See Rathmore

Kinneagh

C of I  PRONI  B 1828-1876 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  M 1848-1985

Lackagh

C of I  PRONI  B 1830-1882  M 1830-1864  D 1829-1879 Lost in 1922

Ladytown

C of I  ILC See Great Connell

Larabryan

C of I  ILC See Maynooth

Leixlip 

C of I  NLI No records listed  MFCI 090

C of I  RCB  B 1670-2000  M 1669-1956  D 1668-1996 P 568

R C KHGS  B 1844-1899  M 1844-1924

R C NLI M 1844-1924

Lulliamore

C of I  ILC See Kilmeague

Lyons

C of I  ILC See Kill

Mainham

C of I  ILC See Clane

Maynooth Taghadoe Laraghbryan

C of I  NLI   No records listed  MFCI 042

Maynooth Laraghbryan

C of I  PRONI  B 1774-1876  M 1792-1839 D1792-1875 Lost in 1922

Maynooth 

C of I  RCB  B 1872-2000  M 1839-1870  D 1871-1998 P 561

R C KHGS  B 1814-1899  M 1819-1900

R C NLI  B 1814-1880  M 1806-1856 Pos 6615

Monastraven 

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 067

C of I  RCB  B 1666-1917 M  1666-1954  D 1666-1997 P 904

R C KHGS  B 1819-1899  M  1819-1900

R C NLI B1819-1880  M 1819-1880 Pos 4203

Monasteroris

C of I  RCB  B 1697-1911  M 1705-1956  D 1700-1956 P 484

Morristownbiller

C of I  RCB  M 1878-1899 P 435

Mylerstown

C of I  ILC See Carbury

Naas 

C of I  NLI  No records listed   MFCI 068

C of I  RCB  B 1679-1994  M 1742-1953  D 1679-2000 P 487

Presbyterian PRONI M 1861-1930 MIC1P/1278

R C KHGS B 1813-1899  M 1813-1899

R C NLI  B 1813-1880  M 1813-1880  D 1861-1868 Pos 4208

Narraghmore 

C of I  PRONI B  1721-1877  M 1722-1862  D 1721-1876 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1845-2004 M  1878-2010 See Fonstown

R C KHGS  B 1868-1880

R C NLI  B 1817-1880  M 1817-1880 Pos 6485

Newbridge Garrison

C of I  RCB  B 1867-1922 P 060

Newbridge 

C of I  ILC See Great Connell & Morristownbiller

C of I  NLI   No records listed  MFCI 071

R C KHGS  B 1786-1899 M  1786-1899 1889-1894

R C NLI  B 1786-1880  M 1786-1880 Pos 4209

Nurney

C of I  PRONI  B 1827-1867  M 1827-1845 D  1827-1867 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   B  1846-1954 P 906 See Carbury

Old Connell

C of I  ILC See Morristownbiller

Phillipstown

C of I  ILC See Killaderry

Pollardstown

C of I  ILC See Thomastown

Prosperous

C of I  ILC See Clane

Rathan

C of I  RCB No records listed

Rathangan   

C of I  RCB  B 1880-2001 M  1846-1949  D 1879-2002 P 483

R C KHGS  B 1880-1899  M 1880-1899  D 1889-1892

Rathdaire

C of I  RCB M 1936-1954 P 905

Rathernan

C of I  ILC See Kilmeague

Rathmore/Kill

C of I  RCB   M  1850-1951 P 499

Rathoole

C of I  ILC See Timolin

Robertstown

R C NLI  B 1820-1852 M 1820-1876 Pos 4206 See Allen & Milltown

Stacummy

C of I  ILC See Leixlip

Straffan 

C of I  NLI No records listed  MFCI 088

C of I  RCB B  1838-2001 M  1838-1950  D 1841-2000 P 219

Suncroft 

R C KHGS B  1805-1899  M 1805-1899  D 1892-1899

R C NLI  B1805-1880  M 1805-1880 Pos 4209

Taghado

C of I  ILC See Maynooth

Tankardstown

C of I  ILC See Athy

Templemichael

C of I  ILC See Kilbride (Enorily) & Castlemacadam

Thomastown

C of I  RCB M 1857-1883 P 070

Timahoe & Ballinafagh

C of I  PRONI  B 1841-1876  M 1831-1874  D 1840-1876 Lost in 1922

Timolin

C of I  RCB  B 1802-1874  M 1800-2007 D  1803-1984

Tipper

C of I  ILC See Rathmore

Tipperkevin

C of I  RCB B 1846-1867 P 649 See Blessington

Walterstown

C of I  ILC See Nurney

Whitechurch

C of I  ILC See Kill

Yagoe

C of I  ILC See Ballymore Eustace

County Kilkenny 

C of I  = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church 

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society 

ILC – Local = Records are held locally 

IMA = Irish Midlands Ancestry 

KA = Kilkenny Ancestry 

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed 

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland 

R C = Roman Catholic 

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin 

County Kilkenny

Parish Where stored Baptisms Marriages Deaths File No /Microfilm

Abbeyleix & Ballyroan

R C IMA   B  1824-1899  M 1824-1899

R C NLI B  1824-1880   M  1824-1880 Pos 4199

Aghaviller

C of I  ILC See Kilmoganny

Aghour or Freshford

C of I  PRONI   B  1795-1878 M 1794-1857   D  1796-1878 Lost in 1922

Aghour

C of I  RCB   B  1879-1924 M 1847-1853   D  1879-1924 P 619 See Clomantagh

R C KA   B  1848-1900  M 1848-1879

R C NLI B 1847-1880 M 1848-1880 Pos 5022

Annamult

C of I  ILC See Kells

Arderra

C of I  ILC See Clonmore

Ballaghtobin

C of I  ILC See Kells

C of I  RCB   B  1925-2000  M 1882-1936 P 388

Balleen

C of I  ILC See Aghour

Ballinamara

C of I  RCB   B  1879-2012   M  1846-1877   D  1879-1924 P 616

Ballycallan 

C of I  ILC See Callan

R C KA   B  1820-1900 M 1820-1900

R C NLI B 1845-1880   M  1845-1880 Pos 5027

Ballygurrim

C of I  ILC See Rosbercon

Ballyhale 

R C KA   B  1823-1900   M  1876-1910

R C NLI   B  1823-1876  Pos 5021

Ballylinch

C of I  ILC See Ennisnag

Ballyragget 

R C KA   B  1856-1900   M  1856-1900

R C NLI B 1856-1880 M 1856-1880 Pos 5017

Ballytarsney

C of I  ILC See Clonmore

Ballytobin or Ballaghtobin

C of I  ILC See Kells

Bewley

C of I  ILC See Fiddtown

Blackrath

C of I  RCB B 1811-1824   M  1810-  D 1814-1833 P 624

Blanchfield

C of I  ILC See Kilfane

Borrismore

C of I  ILC See Burnchurch

Burnchurch

C of I  RCB   B  1881-1942 M 1845-1929 D 1882-1980 P 314

Callan 

C of I  RCB B 1892-1966 M 1846-1954   D  1894-1982 P 310

R C KA   B  1821-1900 M 1821-1900

R C NLI B 1821-1880   M  1821-1880 Pos 5025

Carrigeen & Mooncoin 

R C KA B 1779-1900   M  1772-1900

R C NLI   B  1779-1878 M 1772-1879 Pos 5018

Castlelane

C of I  RCB   B  1878-1955  M 1846-1953 D 1908-1973 P 657

Castlane or Whitechurch

C of I  PRONI   B  1804-1876   M  1807-1868 D 1818-1875 Lost in 1922

Castlecomer 

C of I  RCB   B  1799-2000 M 1799-2007  D 1799-2000 P 321

R C IMA         No records listed

R C KA   B  1812-1818 M 1835-1900

R C NLI   B  1812-1880 M 1831-1880 Pos 5019

Castlecomer Colliery

C of I  RCB B 1838-2001   M  1829-2006 D 2001- P 322

Castleinch

C of I  ILC See Inchyolaghan

Clara 

R C KA B 1778-1900 M 1835-1900

R C NLI No records microfilmed

Clashacrow

C of I  ILC See Aghour

Clonmantagh

C of I  PRONI B 1829-1877   M  1829-1874 D 1830-1874 Lost in 1922

Clonmore

C of I  RCB   B  1817-1906 M 1845-1870   D  1822-1901 P 660

Clontubbrid

C of I  ILC See Aghour

Clough 

R C KA  B 1833-1900 M 1833-1900

R C NLI   B  1812-1880   M  1831-1880 Pos 5017

Conahy 

R C KA B 1832-1900   M  1832-1900

R C NLI B 1832-1880   M  1832-1880 Pos 5016

Coolcashin

C of I  ILC See Aghour

Coolcraheen

C of I  ILC See Odagh

Coolghmore

C of I  ILC See Callan

Danesfort 

C of I  ILC See Burnchurch

R C KA B 1819-1900   M  1823-1900

R C NLI  B 1819-1869  M 1824-1868 Pos 5025

Derrynahinch

C of I  ILC See Knocktopher

Donoughmore

C of I  ILC See Odagh

Dunamaggan 

R C KA  B 1829-1900  M 1826-1900

R C NLI B1826-1880  M 1826-1880 Pos 5022

Dunbell

C of I  ILC See Burnchurch

Dunkitt

C of I  PRONI B  1753-1870 M  1753-1860  D 1764-1877 Lost in 1922

Dunmore

C of I  RCB  M  1857-1875 P 260

Dunnamaggan

C of I  ILC See Knocktopher

Durrow 

R C IMA B  1789-1900  M 1811-1900

R C NLI  B 1789-1880  M 1775-1880 Pos 5013

Dysart

C of I  ILC See Mothel

Dysertmoon

C of I  ILC See Rosbercon

Earlstown

C of I  ILC See Kells

Eirke

C of I  PRONI B  1790-1892  M 1783-1896  D 1826-1896 Lost in 1922

Ennisnag

C of I  RCB  B 1876-1998  M 1851-1954  D 1865-1998 P 316

Famagh

C of I  ILC See Thomastown

Fertagh

C of I  ILC  B 1797-1875  M 1797-1845  D 1797-1875

Fiddtown

C of I  RCB  B 1877-2000  M 1877-2007  D 1877-2000 P 720

Freshford 

C of I  ILC See Aghour

R C KA  B 1772-1900  M 1775-1900

R C NLI  B1773-1880  M 1775-1880 Pos 5015

Galmoy 

R C KA  B 1861-1900 M  1802-1900

R C NLI  B 1805-1880 M 1861-1880 Pos 6955

Gaulskill

C of I  ILC See Dunkitt

Glenmore 

R C KA  B 1801-1900  M 1802-1900

R C NLI  B 1831-1880  M 1831-1880 Pos 5022

Columbkille

C of I  ILC See Thomastown

Gowran 

C of I  RCB  B 1885-1977  M 1845-1956  D 1886-1991 P 065

R C KA  B 1809-1911  M 1810-1900

R C NLI  B 1809-1900  M 1810-1879 Pos 5026/7

Graigue

C of I  ILC  B 1827-1868  M 1827-1845  D 1827-1868 See Killeshin

Graiguenamanagh 

C of I  RCB  M  1846-1933

R C KA  B 1818-1900  M 1818-1900

R C NLI  B 1838-1880  M 1818-1880 Pos 4198

Grange

C of I  ILC See Inchyolaghan

Grangekilree

C of I  ILC See Burnchurch

Grangemacomb

C of I  ILC See Aghour & Burnchurch

Grange Sylvae

C of I  RCB  B 1803-1999  M 1850-1921  D 1878-1994 P 100

Inchylagan

C of I  RCB   M  1845-1872 P 619

Innistiogue 

C of I  RCB  B 1797-1999  M 1797-1953  D 1798-1999

R C KA  B 1810-1900  M 1758-1900

R C NLI  B 1810-1877  M 1827-1877 Pos 5021/2

Jerpoint

C of I  Abbey ILC See Thomastown

C of I  PRONI  B 1837-1849  D  1848-1904 See Thomastown

Jerpoint West

C of I  ILC See Thomastown Innistiogue & Listerlin

Johnstown 

C of I  ILC See Fertagh

R C KA  B 1815-1900  M 1850-1900

R C NLI  B 1814-1880 M 1851-1880 Pos 5012

Kells

C of I  RCB  B 1877-1997  M 1845-1924  D 1877-1999 P 390

Kilbercon

C of I  PRONI  B 1813-1883  M 1827-1835  D 1815-1882 Lost in 1922

Kilcollum

C of I  ILC See Dunkitt

Kilderry

C of I  ILC See Tascoffin

Kilfane

C of I  RCB  B 1884-2000  M 1848-1937  D 1846-1999 P 313

Kilfera

C of I  ILC See Burnchurch

Kilkeasy

C of I  ILC See Kilmoganny

Kilkenny 

C of I  RCB Garrison   B 1920-1921  P 623

C of I RCB St Canice’s B 1790-1906  M 1790-1980  D 1790-1861 P 622

C of I  RCB  St John  B  1890-2016 M  1845-1954  D 1845-2013 P 002

C of I RCB  St Mary’s   B 1729-1935  M 1729-1942  D 1729-1952 P 792

Methodist PRONI  B 1837-1845  MIC429/1/542

Presbyterian IPHS B  1884-1920

R C KA  B 1754-1900  M 1754-1900  D 1754-1786

R C KA B 1768-1900  M 1768-1900

R C KA  B 1789-1900  M 1789-1900

R C KA  B 1800-1900  M 1800-1900

R C KA B  1876-1899

R C NLI  St Canice’s  B  1768-1880  M 1768-1800 Pos 5029/30

R C NLI St John  B  1809-1877  M 1754-1880 Pos 5030

R C NLI St Mary’s  B  1754-1880  M 1754-1880 Pos 5028/9

R C   NLI St Patrick’s united with St Mary  B 1800-1880  M 1801-1868 Pos 5027/8

R C NLI Workhouse B 1876-1880  Pos 5030

Kilkerrill

C of I  ILC See Knocktopher

Killaghy

C of I  ILC See Kikbeacon

Killaloe

C of I  ILC See Callan

Killamery

C of I  PRONI  B 1824-1869  M 1839-1864  D 1854-1867 Lost in 1922

Killarney

C of I  ILC See Treadingstown

Killeen

C of I  ILC See Aghmacart

Kilmackavogue

C of I  ILC See Rosbercon

Kilmacow 

C of I  PRONI B  1792-1876  M 1805-1864 D  1803-1877 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1753-1926 M  1753-1957  D 1764-1923

R C KA  B 1836-1900  M 1798-1900

R C NLI B  1858-1880  M 1858-1880 D  1858-1880 Pos 5023/4

Kilmanagh

C of I  RCB  B 1784-2016  M 1786-2007  D 1786-2016 P 621

Kilmenan

C of I  ILC See Attanagh

Kilmocahill

C of I  RCB  M  1848-1864 P 012 See Shankill

Kilmocar

C of I  ILC No records listed

Kilmodum

C of I  ILC See Dunmore

Kiloguemodum

C of I  ILC See Motel

Kilmoganny

C of I  RCB  B 1819-1993  M 1826-1940  D 1828-1997 P 391

Kilree

C of I  ILC See Kells

Kilrush

C of I  ILC See Clonanraghb & Aghour

Kilree Grange

C of I  ILC See Burnchurch

Kiltorcan

C of I  ILC

Knocktopher

C of I  RCB  B 1884-1959  M 1849-1940  D 1887-1983 P 315

Lisdowney 

R C KA B  1817-1900  M 1817-1900

R C NLI  B 1817-1880  M 1771-1880 Pos 5017

Lismatigue

C of I  ILC See Kilbeacon

Listerlin

C of I  PRONI B  1836-1876  M 1838-1856  D 1837-1882 Lost in 1922

Macully or Kilculliheen

C of I  PRONI  B 1817-1877  M 1818-1863  D 1817-1877 Lost in 1922

Mallardstown

C of I  ILC See Kells

Mothel

C of I  RCB  B 1810-1997  M 1811-2006  D 1817-2000

Muckala

C of I  ILC See Macully

Muckalee 

C of I  ILC See Dunmore

R C KA  B 1801-1900 M  1809-1911

R C NLI  B 1801-1880  M 1809-1873 Pos 5026

Mulinavat 

R C KA B  1836-1900 M  1842-1900

R C NLI B 1843-1880  M 1843-1880 Pos 5021

Odagh

C of I  RCB  B 1885-1979  M 1848-1964 D  1887-1988 P 620

Owning & Templeorum 

R C KA  B 1803-1900  M 1815-1900

R C NLI  B 1803-1880  M 1815-1880  D 1803-1815 Pos 5019/20

Paulstown 

R C KA  B 1840-1900  M 1824-1900

R C NLI  B 1824-1880  M 1824-1880 Pos 4198

Pilltown

C of I  ILC See Kinsalebeg

Pitt

R C NLI  B 1855-1880  M 1855-1880 Pos 5028

Pleberstown

C of I  ILC See Innistogue

Powerstown

C of I  RCB M 1854-

Ratyhbeagh

C of I  ILC See Aghour

Rathcool

C of I  RCB  B 1836-1844  M 1842- P 324

Rathkieran

C of I  PRONI B  1830-1833 M  1830-1847  D 1832-1862 Lost in 1922

Rathlogan

C of I  ILC See Fertagh

Rathpatrick

C of I  ILC See Macully

Rosbercon

C of I  PRONI  B 1733-1886  M 1723-1888  D 1734-1887 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  B 1890-1962  P 849

Rosconnell

C of I  ILC See Attanagh

Rossinan

C of I  ILC See Kilbeacon

Rower

C of I  RCB  B 1888-1943  M 1849-1937  D 1883-1985 P 309

Shankill or St Kill & Kilmocahill

C of I  PRONI B  1817-1877  M 1818-1845  D 1818-1875 Lost in 1922

Shankill

C of I  RCB  B 1878-2000  M 1845-1950  D 1889-1994 P 066

Sheffin

C of I  ILC See Aghour

Slieverue 

R C KA  B 1766-1900  M 1766-1900

R C NLI  B 1766-1880 M1766-1880  D 1766-1778

Slyguff

C of I  ILC See Lorum

Stamcarthy

C of I  ILC See Kells

Tascoffin

C of I  RCB  M  1853-1880 P 329

Thomastown 

C of I  RCB  B 1895-1965 M  1845-1949  D 1870-1987 P 311

R C KA  B 1782-1900  M 1785-1900

R C NLI  B 1782-1880  M 1786-1880 Pos 5024

Tipperaghney

C of I  ILC See Fiddtown

Treadingstown

C of I  PRONI  B 1851-1873  D  1856-1871 Lost in 1922

Tubbrid

C of I  ILC See Fiddtown

Tubbridbrittain

C of I  ILC See Aghour & Clomantagh

Tullagher 

R C KA  B 1817-1910  M 1830-1910

R C NLI  B 1817-1877  M 1835-1877 Pos 5020/1

Tullamaine

C of I  ILC See Callan

Tullaroan 

C of I  ILC See Callan

R C KA  B 1843-1900  M 1843-1900

R C NLI  B 1843-1876  M 1843-1880 Pos 5026

Tullohanbrogue

C of I  ILC See Inchyholaghan

Tullowherrin

C of I  ILC See Kilfane

Ullard

C of I  RCB  M  1857- P 011

Ullid

C of I  ILC See Polroane

Urlingford 

C of I  ILC See Clomantagh

R C KA  B 1805-1900 M  1805-1900

R C NLI B  1805-1880  M 1805-1880 Pos 5016

Whitechurch

C of I  ILC See Castlelane

Windygap 

R C KA B  1822-1900  M 1822-1900

R C NLI  B 1822-1880  B 1822-1880 Pos 5023

Woodengrange

C of I  ILC See Burnchurch

County Laois/Leix/Queen’s   

C of I  = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church   

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society   

ILC – Local = Records are held locally   

IMA = Irish Midlands Ancestry   

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed   

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland   

R C = Roman Catholic   

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin 

County Laois (Leix) (Queen’s)   

Parish Where stored Baptisms Marriages Deaths File No /Microfilm

Abbeyleix

C of I  RCB  B  1781-1877  M 1781-1956  D 1781-1911 MC 450

Abbeyleix & Ballyroan   

R C IMA B  1824-1899  M 1824-1899

R C NLI  B 1824-1880  M 1824-1880 Pos 4199

Aghahoe   

C of I  ILC   See Aghavoe

R C IMA  B 1795-1899 M  1794-1910

R C NLI  B 1795-1880  M 1794-1880 Pos 5012

Aghavoe

C of I  PRONI  B 1816-1877  M 1817-1844  D 1816-1876 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB M 1845-1955

Aghmacart

C of I  PRONI  B 1818-1880  M 1819-1866 D 1818-1879 Lost in 1922

Anatrim

C of I  ILC   See Offerlane

Arles   

R C IMA  B 1821-1899  M 1821-1899

R C NLI  B 1821-1880  M 1821-1880 Pos 4190

Attanagh

C of I  RCB  M  1846-1972 MC 448

Aughmacart

C of I  RCB   M 1846-1952 MC 444

Ballinakill   

C of I  RCB M 1847-1939 MC 447

R C IMA  B 1794-1899  M 1800-1899  D 1794-1815

R C NLI  B 1794-1880  M 1794-1880 Pos 4200

Ballinatubbert

C of I  RCB  M  1847-1955 MC 680

Ballyadams   

C of I  PRONI B  1791-1904  M 1793-1876  D 1791-1875 Lost in 1922

R C IMA B  1820-1899  M 1820-1899

R C NLI  B 1820-1880  M 1820-1874 Pos 4200

Ballyfinn with Cloneagh

C of I  ILC  B 1821-1875  M 1821-1845  D 1821-1875

Ballyfinn

C of I  RCB  B 1824-1905 M  1866-2007  D 1831-1905

Ballyroan

C of I  RCB  M  1846-1954 MC 446

Bordwell

C of I  PRONI  B 1822-1874  D 1845-1870 Lost in 1922 See Aghmacart

Borris in Ossary   

C of I  RCB  B 1888-2000  M 1870-1954 1888-2001

R C IMA B  1840-1926  M 1840-1926

R C NLI  B 1840-1879  M 1840-1879 Pos 5014

Camross   

R C IMA B  1816-1899  M 1820-1899

R C NLI  B 1816-1880  M 1820-1880 Pos 5014

Cappinrush   

R C IMA  B 1824-1899  M 1819-1899

R C NLI  B 1824-1880  M 1819-1880 Pos 4201

Castlebrack

C of I  ILC   See Oregan

Castlefleming

C of I  RCB  M  1899-1951

Castletown

C of I  RCB  B 1802-1876  M 1802-1864  D 1802-1876

Clonaslee   

R C IMA  B 1849-1906  M 1849-1899  D 1892-1970

R C NLI  B 1849-1880 M  1849-1880 Pos 4202

Clonenagh

C of I  RCB  B 1749-2001  M 1749-1955  D 1749-2002 MC 860

Coolbanagher

C of I  RCB B  1802-1890  M 1802-1956  D 1803-1872 MC 429

Corclone

C of I  PRONI B  1791-1878 M  1801-1864  D 1791-1878 Lost in 1922

Curraclone

C of I  RCB  M  1848-1945

Donaghmore

C of I  PRONI  B 1764-1878  M 1763-1876 D 1791-1829 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1845-1957

Durrow   

C of I  RCB B  1706-1828  M 1760-1953  D 1707-1836 MC 449

R C IMA B  1789-1900  M 1811-1899

R C NLI  B 1789-1880  M 1811-1880 Pos 5013

Dysert Enos   

C of I  RCB  M  1848-1954 MC 567

Dysertgalen

C of I  PRONI  B 1789-1908  M 1807-1851  D 1809-1908 Lost in 1922

Emo   

R C IMA B  1875-1899  M 1875-1899

R C NLI  B 1875-1880  M 1875-1880 Pos 4203

Fossy

C of I  ILC   See Timahoe

Glashare

C of I  ILC   See Rathdowney & Fertagh

Kilcolmanbane

C of I  ILC   See Maryborough (Portlaoise)

Kildellig

C of I  ILC   No records listed

Killaban Castletown

C of I  RCB  B 1802-2008  M 1802-2005  D 1802-2008 MC 576

Killaban Mayo

C of I  RCB  B 1830-1943  M 1826-2004D 1828-1953 MC 577

Killermogh

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1955 MC 443

Killeshin   

R C IMA B  1820-1899  M 1822-1899

R C NLI  B 1819-1880  M 1822-1880 Pos 4190

Kyle & Knock   

R C IMA  B 1845-1911  M 1846-1911

R C NLI  B 1819-1880  M 1822-1880 Pos 2479

Lacca

C of I  RCB  B 1873-2001  M 1869-1957 MC 858

Lea

C of I  ILC B  1801-1875  M 1801-1844  D 1801-1875

Luggancurran

C of I  RCB   No records listed

Maryboro/Portlaoise   

C of I  RCB  B 1793-2001  M 1793-1996  D 1793-2001 MC 799

Methodist PRONI B 1846-  MIC429/1/124

R C NLI  B 1826-1880  M 1826-1880 Pos 4201

Mayo

C of I  RCB  B 1830-1943 M  1826-1954  D 1828-1953

R C IMA  B 1826-1909  M 1828-1899 D 1876-1916

Mayo & Doonane   

R C IMA  B 1814-1899  M 1815-1899

R C NLI  B 1843-1880  M 1843-1880 Pos 4190

Mountmellick   

C of I  NLI No records listed  MFCI 069

C of I  RCB  B 1840-2009  M 1840-2003  D 1840-2010 MC 581 See Coolbanagher & Oregan

Presbyterian IPHS  B 1828-1896  M 1859-1951

R C IMA  B 1814-1899  M 1814-1899  D 1890-1948

R C NLI  B 1814-1880  M 1814-1880 Pos 4204

Mountrath   

C of I  ILC   See Clonenagh

Methodist PRONI  B 1834-1846  MIC429/1/124

R C IMA  B 1823-1902  M 1827-1899  D 1882-1899

R C NLI B 1823-1880  M 1823-1880 Pos 4201

Offerlane/Rathdowney

C of I  RCB  B 1779-2001  M 1777-1956  D 1778-2002 MC 857

Offerlane   

R C IMA  B 1772-1900 M  1784-1900

R C NLI  B 1782-1880  M 1784-1880 Pos 5018

Oregan (Rosenallis)

C of I  RCB  B 1801-1976  M 1801-1956 D  1801-1894

Portarlington   

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 072

C of I  RCB St Michaels B 1849-1881  MC 022

C of I ILC St Paul’s French  B  1694-1877  M 1694-1812  D 1694-1875 See Clonhurkey & Lea

R C NLI   See County Offaly

Portlaoise

C of I  ILC   See Maryborough (Portlaoise)

Raheen   

R C IMA B  1819-1899  M 1819-1900 D  1884-1925

R C NLI  B 1819-1880  M 1820-1880 Pos 4202/5

Rathaspeck

C of I  RCB  M  1853-1871 MC 541

Rathdowney   

C of I  RCB  B 1756-1891  M 1756-2006  D  1756-1884

R C IMA  B 1763-1900  M 1764-1895

R C NLI  B 1763-1880  M 1769-1880 Pos 5013/4

Rerymore

C of I  ILC   See Oregan

Rosenallis   

C of I  RCB  B 1801-2008  M 1810-2006  D 1801-2010 MC 582 See Oregan

R C IMA  B 1766-1901  M 1765-1899  D 1921-1987

R C NLI B  1765-1879  M 1765-1880  D 1824-1827 Pos 4205

Roskelton

C of I  RCB B  1825-2001  M 1826-1955  D 1825-2001 MC 861

Roskelton with Clonenagh

C of I  ILC B  1826-1875  M 1826-1845  D 1826-1875

Rathsaran

C of I  RCB  B 1810-1967  M 1822-1957  D 1820-1967

Seirkieran

C of I  RCB B  1740-1905 M  1740-1948  D 1772-2001 MC 067

Sheirke

C of I  PRONI B  1799-1887  M 1810-1872 D 1772-1888 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  B 1888-1921  M 1846-1921  D 1888-1977

Straboe

C of I  ILC   See Maryborough (Portlaoise)

Stradbally   

C of I  RCB  B 1772-1897  M 1778-1954  D 1827-1975 MC 679

R C IMA  B 1820-1899  M 1820-1899 D 1893-1983

R C NLI  B 1820-1880  M 1820-1880 Pos 4202

Timahoe

C of I  RCB B  1845-1989  M 1850-1957  D 1856-2000 MC 683

Timogue

C of I  RCB  M  1846-1932 MC 687

Woodford

C of I  ILC   See Ballinakill or Lismolassey

County Longford

C of I  = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society

ILC – Local = Records are held locally

LGC = Longford Genealogical Centre

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland

R C = Roman Catholic

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin 

County Longford

Parish Where stored Baptisms Marriages Deaths File No /Microfilm

Abbeylara

C of I  PRONI  B 1821-1876   D 1828-1875 Lost in 1922

R C LGC B  1854-1897  M 1855-1899  D 1884-1882

R C NLI  B 1854-1880  M 1854-1879  D 1854-1880 Pos 4236

Abbeyshrule

C of I  ILC See Taskinny

Ardagh

C of I  RCB  B 1811-1880  M 1807-1841  D 1810-1842

Ardagh & Maydow

R C LGC B  1793-1895  M 1792-1895  D 1822-1895

R C NLI B 1793-1880  M 1793-1880  D 1822-1876 Pos 4235

Ballymacormack

C of I  RCB   M 1844-1953 P 704

Ballymahon

C of I  ILC See Shrule

Carrickdesmond

R C LGC  B 1835-1887  M 1835-1888  D 1835-1899

R C NLI B  1835-1880  M 1835-1880  D 1835-1880 Pos 4239

Cashel

C of I  RCB  B 1877-1996  M 1845-1924  D 1878-1997 P 579

R C LGC  B 1850-1899  M 1850-1899  D 1850-1880

R C NLI  B 1830-1910  M 1830-1910  D 1830-1880 Pos 9359

Clonbroney

C of I  ILC B  1821-1876  M 1821-1845  D 1821-1876

R C LGC  B 1828-1901  M 1849-1899  D 1828-1892

R C NLI  B 1849-1880  M 1854-1880  D 1854-1878 Pos 4233

Clongish

C of I  RCB  B 1820-2000  M 1820-1952  D 1820-2000 P 702

R C LGC  B 1829-1888  M 1829-1880  D 1829-1879

R C NLI  B 1829-1880  M 1829-1879  D 1829-1880 Pos 4233

Clonodonnell

C of I  ILC See Killashee

Cloocumber

C of I  RCB  B 1851-1862  P 699

Columbkille was Ardagh

C of I  PRONI B  1894-1985  M 1845-1934  D 1896-1985 MIC1/292

Columbkille

C of I  PRONI B  1824-1875 M  1823-1846  D 1831-1874 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  B 1894-2001 M  1845-1946  D 1896-1985 P 808 MC 193

R C LGC  B 1833-1899  M 1833-1858  D 1836-1858

R C NLI  B 1845-1873  M 1845-1871  D 1845-1858 Pos 4238

Dromard

R C LGC B  1840-1899 M  1853-1884  D 1853-1881

R C NLI  B 1838-1880  M 1835-1880  D 1853-1880 Pos 4241

Drumlish

C of I  RCB M  1846-1932 P 700

R C LGC B  1834-1899  M 1834-1899  D 1834-1888

R C NLI  B 1834-1880  M 1834-1880  D 1834-1880 Pos 4234

Edgeworthstown

C of I  ILC See Mostrim

Forgney

C of I  NLI No records listed  MFC1/ 061

C of I  RCB  B 1808-1999  M 1804-2007  D 1804-1999 P 395

Granard

C of I  ILC  B 1820-1875  M 1820-1844  D 1820-1875

R C LGC B  1779-1894  M 1782-1869  D 1811-1818

R C NLI  B 1779-1880  M 1782-1880 D 1782-1865 Pos 4237

Kenagh

Methodist PRONI No records listed

Kilcommick

C of I  RCB  B 1827-1871  M 1827-2007  D 1827-1905

Kilcommock

Methodist PRONI B  1840-1987  M 1868-1955 MIC1E/48

Kilcomoge

R C LGC  B 1859-1880  M 1859-1880  D 1859-1880

R C NLI  B 1859-1880  M 1859-1880  D 1859-1880 Pos 4234

Kilglass

C of I  PRONI  B 1813-1877  M 1813-1845  D 1813-1877 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1951 P 597

Methodist  PRONI Deer Park B  1840-1987  M 1868-1955 MIC1E/48

Killashee

C of I  RCB  B 1771-1846 M  1772-1950  D 1772-1846 P 703

R C NLI B 1826-1880  M 1826-1880  D 1826-1843 Pos 4235

R C LGC  B 1826-18908  M 1828-1898 D 1841-1865

C of I  PRONI B  1780-  MIC1/122 CR/1/14

Killoe

C of I  RCB  B 1829-2000  M 1829-1845  D 1845- P 739

R C LGC  B 1826-1917  M 1826-1917  D  1826-1884

R C NLI  B 1826-1880 M  1826-1880  D 1826-1880 Pos 4238

Lanesborough

C of I  ILC See Rathcline

Legan

R C LGC  B 1855-1899  M 1855-1896  D 1855-1890

R C NLI  B 1855-1880  M 1855-1880 D 1855-1880 Pos 4234

Laurencetown

C of I  ILC See Clonfert

Leitrim

C of I  ILC See Lismolassy

Lickerrig

C of I  ILC See Kilconickey

Longford

C of I  ILC See Templemichael

Methodist PRONI B  1840-1987  M 1868-1955 MIC1E/48 MIC429/1/137

Presbyterian IPHS  B 1834-1930  M 1846-1922

Mostrim

C of I  RCB B 1801-1835 M  1801-1953  D 1801-1834 P 598

R C LGC  B 1838-1895  M 1838-1891 D  1855-1890

R C NLI  B 1838-1880  M 1838-1880  D 1838-1880 Pos 4233

Moydow

C of I  PRONI  B 1821-1896  M 1821-1848  D 1821-1896 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  B 1794-1896  M 1796-1964  D 1795-1810

Moyvore

R C DSHC  B 1832-1900  M 1832-1900  D 1831-1865

R C NLI  B 1833-1880  M 1832-1880  D 1831-1865 Pos 4171

Rathcline

C of I  RCB  B 1805-1845  M 1806-1838  D 1807-1832 P 578

R C LGC  B 1840-1899  M 1840-1899  D 1841-1899

R C NLI B  1840-1904  M 1840-1904  D 1839-1899 Pos 9539

Rathreagh

C of I  ILC See Kilglass

Scrabby

C of I  PRONI B  1875-1986  M 1840-1955  D 1881-1986 MIC1/289

R C CHGC  B 1836-1899 M  1836-1899

R C LGC B 1833-1899  M 1845-1867  D 1836-1860

R C NLI  B 1833-1880  M 1833-1880  D 1835-1860 Pos 4237

Shrule

C of I  PRONI  B 1727-1882 M  1727-1846  D 1795-1904 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  B 1878-1931  M 1845-1999

R C LGC  B 1820-1887  M 1820-1888  D 1820-1899

R C NLI  B 1820-1874  M 1829-1874  D 1820-1876 Pos 4235

Street

C of I  RCB  B 1801-1827  M 1809-1827  D 1802-1826 P 600 See Westmeath

R C See Westmeath

Tarmonbarry

C of I  PRONI  B 1811-1876 M  1814-1843  D 1826-1876 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1846-1917 P 698

Templemichael

C of I  RCB  B 1796-1913  M 1777-1965  D 1796-1943 P 705 See Killoe

Templemichael – St Mels

Longford

R C LGC  B 1802-1885  M 1802-1897  D 1802-1829

R C NLI  B 1802-1880  M 1802-1880  D 1802-1865 Pos 4232

Tully Granard

Presbyterian IPHS B  1814-1914  M 1847-1890  D 1876-1878

Tyranascragh

C of I  ILC See Dononaughta

County Louth

C of I  = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society

ILC – Local = Records are held locally

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland

R C = Roman Catholic

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin 

County Louth

Parish Where stored Baptisms Marriages Deaths File No /Microfilm

Ardee

C of I  PRONI B  1732-1868  M 1744-1849  D 1742-1985 MIC1/202

C of I  RCB  B 1799-2003  M 1802-1994  D 1810-2003 P 969 MC 90

R C AA  B 1763-1900  M 1763-1900  D 1810-1921

R C NLI  B 1763-1880  M 1769-1826  D 1802-1825 Pos 5601

R C PRONI  B 1769-1801  M 1769-1826  D 1765-1825 MIC1D/52

Ballymackenny

C of I  RCB  B 1810-1992  M 1822-1956  D 1810-1999 P 850

Ballymascanlan

C of I  RCB  B 1801-1897  M 1803-1845  D 1817-1897

Baronstown

C of I  RCB  B 1878-1962  M 1846-1951  D 1878-1958 MC 76

Baronstown / Dundalk

C of I  PRONI B  1787-1876  M 1792-1845  D 1815-1876 Lost in 1922

C of I  PRONI  B 1878-1962  M 1846-1951  D 1878-1958 MIC1/206

Beaulieu

C of I  PRONI B  1787-1877  M 1787-1874  D 1794-1876

C of I  RCB  B 1877-1988  M 1845-2001  D 1879-2003 P 851

Carlingford Rathcorr

C of I  Chapel of Ease PRONI  B 1845-1876  D  1845-1876 Lost in 1922

Carlingford

C of I  ILC  M  1845-

C of I  PRONI B  1816-1877  M 1816-1844  D 1816-1876 Lost in 1922

R C AA  B 1835-1900  M 1835-1900

R C NLI  B 1835-1880  M 1838-1880  D 1835-1880 Pos 5594

R C PRONI B 1835-1881  M 1835-1881  D 1835-1882 MIC1D/45

Carlingford South

R C AA  B 1811-1900 M  1811-1900  D 1811-1877

R C NLI  B 1811-1880  M 1811-1880 D Pos 5593

R C PRONI  B 1811-1889  M 1811-1882 MIC1D/44

Carrick or Carrickbaggot

C of I  ILC See Rathdrumin

Castletown

C of I  RCB  B 1822-1987 M  1824-1986  D 1823-1903 P 10008

Castlebellingham

C of I  ILC See Kilsaran

Charlestown

C of I  PRONI  B 1822-1836  M 1824-1845  D 1823-1880 MIC1/200

C of I  RCB B  1822-1836  M 1824-1845  D 1823-1880 MC 71

Charlestown with Clonkeen

C of I  PRONI No records listed  MIC1/201

Clogher

C of I  ILC See Termonfeckin

R C AA B  1744-1900  M 1742-1900 D  1742-1799

R C NLI  B 1744-1880  M 1742-1880  D 1744-1799 Pos 5599

R C PRONI B  1744-1881 M  1742-1880  D 1744-1772 MIC1D/53

Clonkeen

C of I  RCB  B 1887-1958  M 1846-1951  D 1887-1975 P 1009

Clonmore

C of I  PRONI  B 1757-1869  M 1759-1850  D 1758-1875

C of I  RCB   M 1845-1850 P 980

Collon

C of I  RCB B  1790-2007 M  1790-1997 D  1790-2006 P 920 MC 39/200

Collon/Mosstown/Dromin

C of I  PRONI B  1790-1969  M 1790-1845  D 1791-1950 MIC1/163

R C NLI  B 1789-1880  M 1789-1880 Pos 5597

R C PRONI B  1789-1881 M  1789-1845 MIC1D/48

Creggin Upper

R C AA  B 1796-1990  M 1796-1900

R C NLI  B 1796-1880  M 1796-1880 Pos 5592

R C PRONI B  1796-1881 M  1796-1881 MIC1D/43

Derver

C of I  PRONI  M  1870-1875 MIC1/277

C of I  PRONI  B 1832-1876 M  1836-1837 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  M  1870-1875 MC 178

R C AA B  1787-1900  M 1787-1900  D 1871-1879

R C NLI  B 1787-1880  M 1787-1880 Pos 5596

R C PRONI  B 1787-1880  M 1857-1883  D 1871-1879 MIC1D/47

Drogheda

C of I  ILC  B 1887-  M 1957-  D 1865-

C of I  NLI  B 1763-1839  M 1763-1856  D 1763-1838 MFCI 039

C of I  PRONI  B 1655-1886 M  1654-1956  D 1653-1864 MIC1/207

C of I  RCB  B 1653-2004  M 1655-2006  D 1653-2004 P 854 MC 78-79

C of I  RCB   St Mary’s  B 1763-1839  M 1762-1956  D  1763-2001 P 404

C of I RCB St Peter’s   B 1655-2004 M  1655-2004  D 1653-2004 See Tullyallen

Methodist PRONI  B 1829-1850  MIC/429/1/1

R C AA B  1744-1899  M 1804-1900

R C MHC  B 1835-1900  M 1870-1900  D 1870-1871

R C NLI  B 1835-1881  M 1870-1881 Pos 4180

R C PRONI  B 1744-1881 M  1815-1880 MIC1D/48-49

R C  NLI St Peter’s B 1744-1880  M 1815-1880 Pos 5597/5598

Dromin

C of I  RCB See Colon

Dromiskin

C of I  PRONI  B 1802-1904  M 1805-1842  D 1802-1902

C of I  RCB  M  1846-1903 P 976 See Kilsaran

Drumcar

C of I  RCB  B 1841-1994  M 1842-1984  D 1843-1986 P 972

Dunany

C of I  RCB  B 1877-1998 M  1854-1997  D 1878-1996 P 973

Dundalk

C of I  ILC  B 1729-1875  M 1755-1845 D 1727-1875

C of I  PRONI B  1803-1888  M 1803-1828  D 1803-1901 MIC1/204A & C

C of I  RCB  B 1729-1924  M 1750-1855 D 1835-1985 MC 74/202

C of I  PRONI St Nicholas  B  1729-1924  M 1750-1929  D 1727-1985 MIC1/204

Methodist PRONI  B 1837-1850  MIC429/1/11 CR/6/10

R C AA  B 1790-1900  M 1790-1900  D 1790-1802

R C NLI  B 1790-1880  M 1790-1831  D 1790-1802 Pos 5595

R C PRONI B  1790-1881  M 1790-1831  D 1790-1802 MIC1D/46

Dunleer

C of I  RCB  B 1767-1991  M 1738-1997  D  1729-1990 P 974

R C AA  B 1798-1900  M 1772-1900 D 1832-1900

R C NLI  B 1847-1880  M 1772-1880  D 1747-1880 Pos 5602

R C PRONI  B 1847-1881  M 1772-1882  D 1847-1882 MIC1D/50

Dysart

C of I  ILC See Dunleer

Faughart

C of I  PRONI  M  1848-1864 MIC1/205

C of I  PRONI B  1816-1872  M 1816-1839 D 1816-1865 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1848-1864 MC 75

R C AA  B 1851-1900  M 1851-1900

R C NLI  B 1851-1880  M 1851-1880 Pos 5596

R C PRONI B  1851-1900  M 1851-1900 MIC1D/47

Haggardstown

C of I  PRONI  B 1844-1859  See Heynstown Lost in 1922

R C AA  B 1752-1900  M 1752-1900 D 1752-1838

R C NLI  B 1752-1880  M 1752-1880  D 1752-1838 Pos 5594

R C PRONI B  1752-1880  M 1752-1880  D 1752-1838 MIC1D/45

Haynestown

C of I  PRONI  B 1820-1878 M  1825-1843  D 1820-1878 See Haggardstown Lost in 1922

C of I  PRONI B  1869-1984  M 1855-1951  D 1871-1983 MIC1/272

Kildermock

C of I  ILC See Ardee

Killincoole

C of I  PRONI B  1817-1877  M 1826-1842  D 1825-1870 Lost in 1922

C of I  PRONI  B 1877-1954  M 1849-1944  D 1886-1965 MIC1/276

C of I  RCB  B 1877-1954  M 1849-1944  D 1886-1965 MC 177

Killineere

C of I  ILC See St Peter’s Drogheda

Kilsaran

C of I  PRONI  B 18181-1881 M  1818-1843  D 1818-1881 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  B 1881-2006  M 1846-2007  D 1881-2007 P 971

R C AA  B 1809-1900  M 1809-1900

R C NLI B 1809-1880 M  1809-1880 Pos 5599

R C PRONI  B 1853-1881  M 1853-1882 MIC1D/53

Knockbridge

Methodist PRONI No records listed

R C AA  B 1851-1900  M 1858-1900

R C NLI  B 1858-1869  M 1858-1869 Pos 5594

R C PRONI  B 1858-1869 1858-1869 MIC1D/45

Lordship

R C AA  B 1833-1900  M 1833-1900

R C NLI  B 1838-1880  M 1838-1880 Pos 5595

R C PRONI B  1838-1881 M 1838-1880 MIC1D/46-47

Louth

C of I  PRONI  B 1750-M 1771-1846 D 1752-1883 Lost in 1922

C of I  PRONI  B 1889-1904  M 1845-1898 D  1883-1943 MIC1/275

C of I  RCB  B 1889-1904  M 1845-1898  D 1883-1943 MC 176

R C AA  B 1833-1900 M 1835-1900

R C NLI  B  1833-1880  M 1833-1880 Pos 5593

R C PRONI B  1822-1881  M 1833-1881 MIC1D/44

Mansfieldstown

C of I  PRONI  B 1825-1856  M 1824-1845  D 1838-1873 See Kilsaran

C of I  RCB   B 1850- P 979

Melifont

C of I  ILC See Tullyallen

R C AA  B 1821-1900  M 1821-1900

R C NLI  B 1821-1848 M  1821-1848 Pos 5599

R C PRONI  B 1821-1881  M 1821-1882 MIC1D/53

Monisterboice

C of I  ILC See Moylary

R C AA  B 1814-1900  M 1814-1872  D 1814-1822

R C NLI  B 1814-1880  M 1814-1872  D 1814-1850 Pos 5600

R C PRONI  B 1814-1830  M 1814-1872  D 1814-1877 MIC1D/51-52

Mosstown

C of I  ILC See Collon

C of I  RCB No records listed

Moylary

C of I  PRONI B  1819-1873  B 1819-1843  D 1820-1867

C of I  RCB  M  1864- P 978

Omeath

C of I  PRONI  B 1838-1883  M 1839-1844  D 1839-1883 Lost in 1922

C of I  PRONI  B 1883-1936  M 1845-1930  D 1883-1936 MIC1/285

Philipstow Nugent

C of I  ILC See Barronstown

Rathcorr

C of I  ILC Chapel of Ease See Carlingford

Rathdrummin

C of I  PRONI  B 1845-1851 D 1862-1883

C of I  RCB  M  1849-1863 P 977

Shanlis

C of I  ILC See Ardee

Smarmore

C of I  ILC See Ardee

Stickillan

C of I  ILC See Ardee

Strabannon

C of I  PRONI  B 1688-1883 M  1703-1844  D 1699-1883 Lost in 1922 See Kilsaran

Tallanstown

C of I  ILC See Charlestown

R C AA  B 1817-1900  M 1804-1900

R C NLI B 1817-1880  M 1804-1880 Pos 5602

R C PRONI  B 1817-1881  M 1804-1884 MIC1D/50

Termonfeckin

C of I  PRONI B  1797-1881  M 1799-1847  D 1801-1886

C of I  RCB  B 1881-2001 M 1845-2000  D 1882-2004 P 852

R C AA  B 1823-1900 M  1799-1900  D 1799-1833

R C NLI  B 1823-1880  M 1823-1880  D 1827-1833 Pos 5600

R C PRONI B  1823-1881 M  1823-1881  D 1827-1833 MIC1D/51

Togher

R C AA  B 1791-1900  M 1791-1900  D 1791-1817

R C NLI  B 1791-1880 M  1791-1880  D 1791-1817 Pos 5597

R C PRONI  B 1791-1881  M 1873-1881 D  1791-1817 MIC1D/48

Tullyallen & Mellifont

C of I  RCB  B 1812-1975  M 1815-1965  D 1814-1988 P 853

County Meath

C of I  = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church

DSHC = Dun Na Si Heritage Centre

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society

ILC – Local = Records are held locally

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed

MHC = Meath Heritage Centre

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland

R C = Roman Catholic

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin 

County Meath

Parish stored Baptisms Marriages Deaths File No /Microfilm

Agher

C of I  NLI B  1796-1874 M  1807-1839  D 1798-1875 MFCI 051

C of I  PRONI  B 1840-1876 D 1847-1876 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  B 1796-1821  M 1827-1955  D 1798-1994

Ardagh

C of I  RCB  B 1926-  M 1845-1933 P 363

Ardbraccan

C of I  RCB  B 1874-1875  M 1845-1955  D 1875- P 050

Ardcath

C of I  ILC See Duleek

R C MHC  B 1795-1900  M 1797-1900

R C NLI B 1795-1879  M 1795-1879 Pos 4180

Ardmulcan

C of I  ILC See Painstown

Ardsallagh

C off I ILC See Navan

Ashbourne

C of I  ILC See Ratoath

Assey

C of I  ILC See Kilmessan

Athboy

C of I  NLI No records listed  MFCI 053/4

C of I  RCB  B 1736-1999  M 1737-1956  D 1738-2000 P 587

R C MHC  B 1794-1900  M 1794-1900  D 1794-1847

R C NLI  B 1794-1880  M 1794-1880  D 1794-1873 Pos 4173

Athumney

C of I  ILC See Navan

Auger

C of I  RCB  B 1796-1821  M 1827-1955  D 1798-1994

Balfeighan

C of I  ILC See Raddanstown

Ballivor

C of I  ILC See Kilcohonagan

C of I  NLI No records listed  MFCI 053

C of I  RCB  B 1877-1986  M 1845-1981  D 1878-1990 P 588

R C MHC  B 1837-1901

R C NLI  B 1837-1880  M 1837-1880  D 1837-1880 Pos 4179

Ballyboggan

C of I  ILC See Castlejordan

Ballymacgarvey

C of I  ILC See Kentstown

Ballymaglasson

C of I  RCB  B 1877-1957  M 1866-1954  D 1877-1956 P 557 See Kells

Balrathboyne

C of I  RCB  B  1848-1963 P 049

Balsoon

C of I  ILC See Kilmessan

Beauparc

C of I   ILC St Mary’s No records listed See Painstown

R C MHC  B 1815-1900 M  1816-1900  D 1816-1839

R C NLI  B 1815-1880  M 1816-1881 Pos 4180

Bective

C of I  NLI B  1853-1873  D  1857-1879 MFCI 048

C of I  RCB B  1853-1990  M 1853-1971 D  1857-2001 P 589

Benmowen

C of I  NLI  No records listed  MFCI 061

Blacklion

C of I  ILC See Killoughby

Bohermeen

R C MHC  B 1832-1900  M 1831-1900  D 1833-1868

R C NLI B  1852-1880 M  1831-1881  D 1835-1868 Pos 4182

Carnaross

R C MHC  B 1806-1900  M 1805-1900  D 1805-1856

R C NLI B 1806-1881 M  1805-1882  D 1805-1856 Pos 4184

Castlecor

C of I  ILC See Kilbride

Castlejordan

C of I  NLI  B 1702-1877 M 1707-1845  D 1704-1877 MFCI 050

Castlerickard

C of I  PRONI  B 1836-1877  M 1837-1870  D 1844-1875

C of I  RCB  B 1869-1972  M 1846-1947  D 1878-1972 P 863

Castlekieran

C of I  ILC See Loughan

Castletown

C of I  ILC See Drakestown

Castletown Delvin

C of I  ILC See Delvin

Castletown-Kilpatrick

R C MHC  B 1805-1900  M 1806-1900

R C NLI  B1805-1880  M 1816-1880 Pos 4184

Churchtown

C of I  ILC See Ardbracken

Cloghan Gallen

C of I  ILC See Gallen

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 057

Clonalvy

C of I  ILC See Julianstown

Clonamery

C of I  ILC See Julianstown

Clonard

C of I  NLI No records listed  MFCI 053

C of I  RCB  B 1881-1977 M  1846-1963 P 235

Clongill

C of I  RCB  B 1795-1804  D  1795-1803 P 034 See Kilshine

Clonmacduff

C of I  ILC See Ardbraccan

Clonmellon

C of I  ILC See Killallon

C of I  RCB B 1851-1972  M 1845-1978 P 590

R C DSHC B  1759-1901  M 1757-1901 D  1757-1993

R C MHC  B 1759-1900  M 1757-1900  D 1759-1849

R C NLI  B 1759-1872  M 1757-1872  D 1757-1850 Pos 4187

Cloonamy

C of I  ILC See Delvin

Colpe

C of I  RCB  B 1810-1992  M 1845-1937 P 401

Conry

C of I  ILC See Churchtown

Cookstown

C of I  ILC See Ratoath

Crickstown

C of I  ILC See Ratoath

Culmullen

C of I  ILC See Knockmart

Danestown

C of I  ILC See Kentstown

Delvin & Castletown

C of I  NLI B  1817-1947  M 1817-1950  D 1817-1943 MFCI 051

Diamor

C of I  ILC See Loughcrew

Donaghmore

C of I  ILC See Navan

Donoghmore

C of I  ILC See Ratoath

Donore

R C MHC  B 1840-1900  M 1840-1900  D 1840-1841

R C NLI  B 1840-1881 M  1840-1881 Pos 4181

Donoghpatrick

C of I  RCB  M  1846-1953 P 058

Donymore

R C MHC  B 1836-1900  M 1836-1900  D 1833-1863

R C NLI  B 1802-1880  M 1802-1880  D 1803-1863 Pos 4179

Dowdstown

C of I  ILC See Skryne

Dowth

C of I  ILC See Duleek

Drakestown

C of I  RCB  M  1889-1940 P 056

Drumconrath

C of I  NLI  B 1799-1983  M 1820-1844  D 1821-1898 MFCI 045

C of I  RCB  B 1799-1994  M 1820-1986 D 1821-1898 P 361

R C MHC B  1811-1900  M 1811-1900  D 1861-1872

R C NLI  B 1811-1881  M 1811-1881  D 1861-1872 Pos 4184

Drumcree

C of I NLI   St John’s Kilcummey   B 1816-1875  D  1816-1881 MFCI 051

Drumcullen

C of I  ILC See Fercall

Drumlargan

C of I  ILC See Raddanstown & Agher

Duleek

C of I  RCB  B 1880-1965  M 1845-1973  D 1881-1973 P 403

R C MHC  B 1852-1901  M 1852-1911

R C NLI  B 1852-1880  M 1852-1881 Pos 4181

Duleek Abbey

C of I  ILC See Duleek

Dulsne

C of I  ILC See Kells

Dunboyne

C of I  NLI  B 1818-1876 M 1828-1843  D 1818-1877 MFCI 042

C of I  RCB  B1822-2000   D 1818-2000 P 560

R C MHC  B 1798-1900 M1787-1900 D 1787-1877

R C NLI B  1798-1877  M 1787-1877  D 1787-1877 Pos 4176

Dunmoe

C of I  ILC See Stackallen

Dundany

C of I  ILC See Tara

Dunshaughlin

C of I  NLI B  1839-1874   D 1839-1877 MFCI 041

C of I  RCB B  1839-2000  M 1845-1953  D 1839-1999 P 559

R C MHC B  1789-1880  M 1801-1880  D 1789-1872

R C NLI  B 1789-1881 M  1800-1880  D 1791-1872 Pos 4177

Dysart

C of I  ILC See Churchtown

Emlagh

C of I  ILC See Newtown

Enfield

C of I  ILC See Rathcore

Faughalstown

C of I  ILC See Rathgraffe

Fercall

C of I ILC  Union See Ballyboy Eglish Kiltoughy Lynally & Rahan

Gallow

C of I  ILC See Raddanstown & Agher

Galtrim

C of I  RCB  B 1878-1989  M 1845-1949 P 591

Germonstown

C of I  ILC See Stackallen

Girley

C of I  RCB   M 1874-1905 P 017

Greenogue

C of I  ILC See Ratoath

Johnstown

R C MHC  B 1839-1900  M 1839-1900

R C NLI B  1839-1881  M 1839-1881 Pos 4182

Julianstown

C of I  NLI  B 1787-1869  M 1797-1837  D 1778-1873 MFCI 039

C of I  RCB  B 1778-2002  M 1791-1887  D 1778-2002 P 402

Kells

C of I  NLI B  1773-1876  M 1773-1844 D 1773-1904 MFCI 046/47/489

C of I  RCB  B 1773-1877  M 1773-1956  D 1773-1956 P 192

R C MHC  B 1791-1900  M 1791-1900 D 1784-1828

R C NLI  B 1791-1873  M 1791-1873  D 1794-1824 Pos 4185

Kentstown

C of I  RCB  M  1848-1953 P 442

Kilbeg

C of I  ILC See Newtown

R C MHC 1815-1900  M 1829-1900  D 1830-1870

R C NLI  B 1817-1869  M 1810-1869 Pos 4184

Kilberry

C of I  ILC See Donopatrick

Kilbrew

C of I  RCB  M 1850-1869 P 553 See Kilmoon

Kilbride

C of I  ILC See Dunboyne

Kilbride Castlecor

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1955

Kilbride & Mountnugent

R C CHGC  B 1832-1900  M 1832-1899

R C DSHC  B 1830-1900  M 1830-1863  D 1906-1983

R C NLI  B 1832-1880 M  1832-1800 Pos 4172

Kilbride Pass of

C of I  ILC See Enniscoffey

Kilcarn

C of I  ILC See Skryne

Kilcloon

C of I  ILC See Raddonstown

Kilcloon Batterstown & Kilcock

R C MHC  B 1836-1900  M 1836-1900

R C NLI  B 1836-1880 M 1836-1880 Pos 4177

Kilcooley

C of I  ILC See Trim

Kilcummey

C of I  ILC See Drumcree

Kilcumreagh

C of I  ILC See Ardmurcher

Kildalkey

C of I  RCB  B 1878-1951  M 1859-1912 P 592

R C MHC  B 1782-1901  M 1782-1901  D 1782-1901

R C NLI No records microfilmed

Kilgalley or Wherry

C of I  ILC See Ferbane & Tessauran

Kilkenny West

C of I  NLI No records listed  MFCI 061

Killallon

C of I  PRONI  B 1810-1877  M 1810-1843  D 1810-1878 Lost in 1922

Killary

C of I  ILC See Syddan

Killeagh

C of I  RCB  B 1782-1948  M 1776-1929  D 1782-1985 P 413

Killeen

C of I  ILC See Tara

R C MHC  B 1742-1900  M 1742-1900  D 1756-1900

R C NLI  B 1742-1880  M 1865-1880  D 1742-1880 Pos 4178

Killegland

C of I  ILC See Ratoath

Killine

R C MHC  B 1829-1877  M 1829-1877  D 1829-1855

R C NLI  B 1829-1878  M 1829-1877  D 1829-1855 Pos 4179

Killochonagan

C of I  PRONI  B 1817-1877  M 1809-1845  D 1814-1877 Lost in 1922

Killoeilagh

C of I  ILC See Drumcree

Killua

C of I  ILC See Killallon

Killulagh

C of I  ILC See Drumcree

Killyon

C of I  ILC See Clonard

Kilmainhamwood

C of I  RCB  B 1881-1892  M 1856-1876 P 362

Kilmanaghan

C of I  ILC See Clara & Ballyloughloe

Kilmessan

C of I  RCB  B 1886-1963  M 1848-1947  D 1890-1901 P 593

Kilmonaghan

C of I  ILC See Clara

Kilmoon

C of I  RCB  B 1873-1911  M 1855-1905  D 1877-1907 P 554

Kilmore

C of I  RCB  M 1834-1865  D 1827-1858 P 550

Kilsharvan

C of I  ILC See Colpe

Kilshine Clongill

C of I  ILC See Clongill

C of I  NLI  B 1795-1804   D 1795-1804 MFCI 043

Kilskeer

C of I  PRONI  B 1792-1900  M 1792-1844  D 1792-1900 Lost in 1922

Kilskyre

C of I  RCB  B 1903-1962  M 1845-1953 P 047

R C MHC  B 1784-1901  M 1784-1900  D 1784-1921

R C NLI  B 1784-1873  M 1784-1880 D 1784-1873 Pos 4186

Kiltale

C of I  ILC See Knockmart

Kiltoom

C of I  ILC No records listed

Kingscourt

C of I  ILC See Enniskeen

C of I  RCB  B 1881-1999  M 1845-1949  D 1895-2001

Knock

C of I  ILC See Drakestown

Knockommon

C of I  ILC See Duleek

Knockmark

C of I  PRONI  B 1825-1874  M 1837-1874  D 1825-1875 Lost in 1922

Laracor

C of I  RCB  B 1881-1965  M 1845-1952  D 1881-1980 P 594

Lemenaghan

C of I  ILC See Kilnegarenagh

C of I  RCB  B 1885-1975  M 1845-1983  D 1884-1988

Lickbla

C of I  ILC See Rathgraffe

Liscarrton

C of I  ILC See Ardbraccan

Lismullen

C of I  ILC See Skryne

Lobinstown

R C MHC  B 1823-1900  M 1823-1900

R C NLI  B 1823-1881 M 1823-1881 Pos 4183

Loughan

C of I  RCB   M 1880-1891 MC 164

Loughan or Castlekieran

C of I  PRONI B  1836-1876   D 1865- Lost in 1922

Loughcrew

C of I  NLI  B 1800-1821  M 1800-1821  D 1800-1821 MFCI 051

C of I  RCB  B 1800-1989  M 1800-1989  D 1800-1821 P 416

Lynally

C of I  PRONI  B 1799-1876  D  1805-1892

C of I  RCB   M 1846-1941

Lynn

C of I  ILC See Moylisker

Macetown

C of I  ILC See Kilmessan

Martry

C of I  ILC Churchyard  See Balrathboyne

C of I  ILC See Ardbraccan

Milltown

C of I  ILC See Enniscoffey

Mitchelstown

C of I  ILC See Syddan

Moorechurch

C of I  ILC See Julianstown

Moybologue

R C NLI  B 1867-1880  M 1868-1880 Pos 5349

R C PRONI  B 1867-1881  M 1868-1882 MIC1D/82

Moyglare

C of I  RCB  M  1856-1956 P 558

Moylagh

C of I  ILC See Loughcrew

Moynalty

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1953 P 028

R C MHC  B 1830-1900  M 1829-1900  D 1830-1879

R C NLI  B 1830-1880 M 1829-1883  D 1830-1880 Pos 4187

Moynalvey

R C MHC B  1811-1900  M 1783-1900  D 1811-1881

R C NLI  B 1811-1880  M 1783-1880  D 1811-1880 Pos 4178

Moystown

C of I  ILC No records listed

Navan

C of I  RCB B  1880-1927  M 1845-1956 P 442

C of I NLI   Union No records listed MFCI 044

R C MHC  B 1782-1901  M 1853-1901

R C NLI  B 1782-1880  M 1853-1901  D 1868-1880 Pos 4181

Newtown

C of I  RCB   M 1856-1901 P 005

Newtownclonbun

C of I  ILC See Trim

Nobber

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 053

C of I  PRONI B  1828-1868  D  1831-1865

C of I  RCB   M 1850-1945 P 358

R C MHC  B 1754-1900  M 1757-1900  D 1757-1866

R C NLI  B 1754-1865  M 1757-1865  D 1757-1866 Pos 4183

Noughaval

C of I  ILC See Forgney

Oldcastle

C of I  NLI  B 1814-1884  M 1814-1954  D 1814-1890 MFCI 052

C of I  RCB  B 1814-1884  M 1814-1954  D 1814-1890 P 418

R C MHC  B 1789-1900  M 1789-1900

R C NLI  B 1789-1877  M 1789-1877  D 1757-1809 Pos 4188

Oristown

R C MHC  B 1774-1900  M 1763-1900  D 1771-1831

R C NLI  B 1757-1880  M 1763-1880 Pos 4186

Pass of Kilbride

C of I  ILC See Enniscoffey

Paynestown Painestown

C of I  PRONI  B 1698-1899  M 1690-1849  D 1782-1901 Lost in 1922 United with Slane

C of I  RCB  B 1698-1948  M 1698-1945 P 868

C of I NLI   St Mary Beaupark  B  1704-1901  M 1704-1901 D  1704-1901 MFCI 040

Piercetown

C of I  ILC See Kilmoon

Portneshangan

C of I  ILC See Portloman

Raddanstown

C of I  RCB B  1878-1917  M 1870-1873  D 1879-1914 P 552

Rahugh

C of I  ILC See Newtown Fertullagh

Rataine

C of I  ILC See Ardbaraccan

Rathbeggan

C of I  PRONI B  1821-1844 M  1837-1839 D  1836-1841 Lost in 1922 See Ballymaglasson

Rathboyne

C of I  ILC See Balrathboyne

Rathcore

C of I  ILC  B 1810-1875  M 1811-1825  D 1810-1875

C of I  NLI  B 1810-1983  M 1811-1835  D 1810-1871 MFCI 051

C of I  RCB   M 1845-1904 P 063

Rathcore & Rathmolyon

R C MHC  B 1878-1911  M 1879-1912

R C NLI No records microfilmed

Rathfegh

C of I  ILC See Skryne

Rathgarve

C of I  ILC See Rathgraffee

Rathkenny

C of I  PRONI  B 1821-1870  M 1826-1865 Lost in 1922

R C MHC  B 1784-1900  M 1867-1900  D 1796-1816

R C NLI B 1784-1876  M 1784-1876 Pos 4182

Rathmore

C of I  ILC See Athboy

Rathmoylan

C of I  NLI  B 1733-1876 M 1734-1856  D 1734-1877 MFCI 051

C of I  PRONI B  1722-1877 M 1734-1856  D 1734-1877 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1954 P 864

Rathregan

C of I  ILC See Dunshaughlin

Ratoath

C of I  RCB B 1878-1915  M 1846-1895  D 1879-1970 P 351

R C MHC B  1781-1900  M 1780-1900  D 1789-1814

R C NLI B  1781-1880  M 1780-1880  D 1789-1818 Pos 4177

Robertstown

C of I  ILC See Newtown

Scurlogstown

C of I  ILC See Trim

Skryne

C of I  RCB   M 1846-1938 P 440

R C MHC  B 1841-1900  M 1842-1900

R C NLI  B 1841-1880  M 1841-1880 Pos 4179

Slane

C of I  PRONI  B 1787-1901  M 1801-1844  D 1800-1902 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1845-1955 P 869

R C MHC B  1851-1900  M 1851-1900

R C NLI  B 1851-1881  M 1851-1881 Pos 4187

Stackallen

C of I  RCB  B 1885-1957  M 1845-1941  D 1886-1994 P 438

Stamullen

C of I  ILC See Julianstown

R C MHC  B 1831-1901 M  1851-1901

R C NLI  B 1831-1879  M 1830-1879  D 1834-1877 Pos 4182

Summerhill

R C MHC  B 1812-1900  M 1812-1900  D 1812-1836

R C NLI  B 1812-1880  M 1812-1880 D 1812-1836 Pos 4178

Syddan

C of I  NLI  B 1720-1983 M 1721-1865  D 1725-1983 MFCI 046

C of I  RCB  B 1720-1825 M  1721-1949  D 1725-1824 P 357

Tara

C of I  RCB  M  1847-1941 P 439

Templeconnor

C of I  ILC See Clonmacnoise

Templekeeran

C of I  ILC See Skryne

Tessauran

C of I  PRONI  B 1819-1877  M 1820-1855 D  1819-1877 Lost in 1922

Timole

C of I  ILC See Duleek

Trim

C of I  NLI B  1782-1876  M 1792-1844  D 1792-1871 MFCI 040

C of I  RCB  B 1782-2001  M 1792-1954  D 1792-2000 P 595

R C MHC  B 1829-1901  M 1829-1900  D 1831-1841

R C NLI  B 1829-1880 M 1829-1880  D 1831-1841 Pos 4179

Trubley

C of I  ILC See Trim

Tryvet

C of I  ILC See Kilbrew & Dunshaughlin

Tullaghanogue

C of I  ILC See Trim

Wherry or Killagally

C of I  ILC See Ferbane & Tessauran

County Offaly Kings

C of I  = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church

DSHC = Dun Na Si Heritage Centre

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society

ILC – Local = Records are held locally

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland

R C = Roman Catholic

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin

TNFHF = Tipperary North Family History Foundation

County Offaly (King’s)

Parish Where stored Baptisms Marriages Deaths File No /Microfilm

Aghancon

C of I  RCB  B 1870-1960  M 1846-1954 D 1870-1939 P 387

R C IMA  B 1830-1899  M 1830-1899

R C NLI  B 1870-1880  M 1870-1880 Pos 2479

Aharney

C of I  ILC See Attanagh

Balliboy

C of I  RCB  B 1709-1869  M 1709-1966  D 1709-1971 P 226

Balliboy & Kiloughy

R C IMA  B 1821-1899  M  1821-1899  D 1828-1881

R C NLI  B 1821-1880  M 1821-1880  D 1826-1880 Pos 4175

Ballinahown

R C IMA  B 1821-1899  M 1822-1900  D 1821-1846

R C NLI  B 1821-1880  M 1830-1880  D 1829-1880 Pos 4235

Ballyburley

C of I  ILC See Primult

C of I  RCB  B 1881-1966  M 1853-1971  D 1878-1958 P 481

Ballycommon

C of I  RCB B  1870-1989  M 1848-1934  D 1883-1979 P 407/772

Ballykean

C of I  PRONI B 1810-1877  M 1810-1844  D 1810-1876 Lost in 1922

Ballymacwilliam

C of I  ILC See Monasterois

Banagher

C of I  ILC See Reynagh

Birr

C of I  ILC  B 1772-1875  M 1772-1845  D 1772-1875

C of I  NLI  B 1760-1870  M 1760-1844  D 1786-1858 MFCI 002/3

Birr Parsonstown

Presbyterian IPHS  B 1842-1970  M 1842-1930

Birr & Loughkeen

R C IMA  B 1838-1913  M 1822-1905  D 1869-1970

R C NLI  B 1838-1880  M 1838-1880 Pos 2478

R C TNFHF  B 1838-1913  M 1838-1913

Borris In Ossary

C of I  RCB  B 1888-2001  M 1870-1954  D 1888-2001 P 856

Borrisnafarney

C of I  NLI B  1827-1877  M 1827-1851  D 1828-1877 MFCI 004

Castlejordan

C of I  RCB  B 1702-1964  M 1707-1941  D 1704-1863 P 234

R C DSHC B 1826-1900 M 1826-1870  D 1919-1993

R C NLI  B 1821-1880  M 1826-1880  D 1848-1849 Pos 4173

Clara

C of I  PRONI  B 1811-1877  M 1807-1861  D 1817-1877

C of I  RCB  B 1877-1999 M 1980-2001 P 410 See St John’s Kilkenny

Clonbulloge

C of I  ILC See Clonsast

R C IMA  B 1819-1899  M 1808-1899

R C NLI  B 1819-1880  M 1808-1880 Pos 4202

Clonaghill

C of I  ILC See Anchory

Cloneyburke

C of I  PRONI  B 1847-1878  D  1847-1878 See Clongish-Killoe

Clonmacnoise

C of I  RCB  M  1845-2002 P 406

Clonmacnoise Templeconnor

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 057

R C IMA  B 1826-1908  M 1826-1899

R C NLI  B 1826-1880  M 1826-1880 D 1841-1880 Pos 4243

Coolbanagher

C of I  RCB No records listed   P 429

Cullenwaine

C of I   ILC See Tempelharry

Drumnakilly

C of I  ILC See Drumnakelly

Drumraney

C of I  RCB   M  1847-1860 P 312

Dunkerrin

C of I  NLI  B 1825-1873 M  1826-1845  D 1825-1873 MFCI 004

C of I  RCB B  1825-1852  M 1826-1944  D 1825-1852 P 121

Durrow

C of I  RCB  B 1706-1989  M 1797-1991  D 1701-1988 P 449

Edenderry

C of I  ILC See Monasterois

R C IMA  B 1820-1899  M 1820-1899  D 1935-1981

R C NLI  B 1820-1880  M 1820-1880 Pos 4207

Eglish

C of I  ILC  B 1834-1896  M 1834-1845  D 1834-1897

R C IMA  B 1809-1899  M 1819-1899 D 1807-1899

R C NLI B 1809-1880  M 1819-1880  D 1819-1851 Pos 4175

Ettagh

C of I  NLI  B 1825-1867  M 1826-1868 D 1826-1873 MFCI 004

C of I  RCB  B 1825-1975  M 1826-1965  D 1826-1993 P 381

Ferbane Whirry

C of I  NLI No records listed   MFCI -57

Ferbane

C of I  ILC  B 1819-1863  M 1819-1849  D 1821-1876 See Gallen

Frankford

C of I  ILC See Ballyboy

Gallen

C of I  PRONI  B 1842-1875  M 1842-1852  D 1844-1875 Lost in 1922 See Reynagh

Gallen & Reynagh

R C IMA  B 1811-1899  M 1797-1899  D 1803-1832

R C NLI  B 1811-1880  M 1797-1880  D 1803-1831 Pos 4242

Geashill

C of I  NLI No records listed   MFCI 065

C of I  RCB  B 1713-1905  M 1713-1955  D 1713-1906 P 428

Kiladerry

C of I  RCB  B 1876-1942  M 1845-1925  D 1888-1977 P 427

Kilbride

C of I  ILC See Clara

Kilbride Tullamore

C of I  ILC  B 1805-1875  M 1805-1845  D 1805-1875

Kilcolman

C of I  RCB  B 1839-1975  M 1854-1957  D 1839-1973

R C NLI  B 1830-1869  M 1830-1868 Pos 2479

Kilcormuck

C of I  ILC See Odagh

Killaderry

C of I  RCB B 1876-1942 M  1845-1925  D 1888-1977

Kiladerry & Philipstown

C of I  PRONI B  1814-1875  M 1814-1845  D 1814-1845

Killeigh

C of I  RCB  B 1808-2000  M 1809-1947  D 1808-2000 P 773

R C IMA  B 1844-1899  M 1843-1899

R C NLI  B 1844-1880  M 1859-1880 Pos 4203

Killoughy

C of I  PRONI B 1818-1903 M  1816-1841 D 1877-1904

C of I  RCB  B 1906-1978 M  1845-1953  D 1906-1989 P 229

Kilmurryely

C of I  ILC See Shinrone

Kilnegarenagh/Lemanaghan

C of I  PRONI  B 1822-1884  M 1823-1846  D 1822-1882 Lost in 1922

Kinnity

C of I  NLI No records listed   MFCI 057

C of I  RCB  B 1850-2007 M  1845-1943 D  1850-1996 P 230

Lemanaghan

C of I  RCB  B 1885-1975  M 1845-1983  D 1884-1988 P 405

Lusmagh

C of I  ILC See Dononoughta

R C IMA  B 1833-1899  M 1832-1899  D 1837-1882

R C NLI  B 1827-1880  M 1832-1880  D 1837-1880 Pos 2433

Lynally

C of I  PRONI  B 1799-1876 D 1805-1892

C of I  RCB  M  1846-1941 P 405

R C NLI See Rahan

Moneygall

C of I  ILC See Templeharry

R C IMA  B 1820-1911  M 1820-1899

R C NLI  B 1820-1873 M  1820-1873 Pos 2479

R C TNFHF  B 1820-1900  M 1820-1900

Parsonstown

C of I  ILC See Birr

Philipstown

R C IMA  B 1795-1899  M 1820-1899  D 1880-1919

R C NLI  B 1795-1880  M 1826-1880 Pos 4202

Portarlington

R C IMA  B 1820-1899  M 1820-1899  D 1904-1960

R C NLI B  1820-1880  M 1822-1880 Pos 4205

Primult & Ballyburley

C of I  PRONI B  1849-1875   D 1847-1875 Lost in 1922

Rahan

C of I  PRONI  B 1827-1883  M 1826-1890  D 1829-1884

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1908 P 485/910

Rahan & Lynally

R C IMA  B 1810-1899  M 1829-1899

R C NLI  B 1810-1880 M  1810-1880 Pos 4174

Reynagh

C of I  PRONI  B 1807-1895 M  1807-1844  D 1807-1895 Lost in 1922

Rhode

R C IMA  B 1829-1899  M 1829-1899

R C NLI B  1829-1880  M 1829-1878 Pos 4205

Rockfort Bridge

C of I  ILC See Castlelost

Roscumroe

R C IMA B  1833-1899 M  1833-1899  D 1936-1983

R C NLI B 1833-1880 M  1833-1871 Pos 2479

Rynagh

C of I  RCB No records listed

Seirkieran

C of I  RCB  B 1740-1995  M 1740-1948  D 1773-2001

R C IMA  B 1830-1901 M  1830-1899  D 1877-1902

R C NLI  B 1830-1880  M 1830-1880 Pos 5013

Shannon Bridge

C of I  ILC See Clonmacnoise

Shinrone

C of I  NLI  B 1741-1877  M 1741-1844  D 1741-1876 MFCI 004

C of I  RCB  B 1741-1967  M 1747-1947  D 1741-1968 P 380

R C IMA  B 1842-1899  M 1842-1899

R C NLI  B 1842-1880  M 1842-1876 Pos 2480

Skeirke

C of I  RCB  B 1888-1921  M 1846-1921  D 1888-1977 P 067

Templeharry

C of I  NLI  B 1800-1879  M 1800-1845  D 1800-1879 MFCI 004

Tisaran Moystown

C of I  NLI  No records listed   MFCI 057

Tisaran & Galen

R C IMA  B 1819-1899  M 1819-1899  D 1821-1960

R C NLI  B 1819-1877  M 1819-1876  D 1821-1835 Pos 4243

Tullamore

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 054/55/56

C of I  RCB  B 1805-1999  M 1814-1956 D1814-2000 P 912 See Kilbride-Tullamore

Methodist PRONI  B 1830-1846  MIC429/1/97

Presbyterian IPHS B 1856-1950  M 1862-1944

R C IMA  B 1819-1899  M 1801-1899

R C NLI  B 1809-1880  M 1801-1880 Pos 4174

County Westmeath

C of I  = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church

DSHC = Dun Na Si Heritage

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society

ILC – Local = Records are held locally

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland

R C = Roman Catholic

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin 

County Westmeath

Parish Where stored Baptisms Marriages Deaths File No /Microfilm

Almorita

C of I  RCB  M  1846-1937 P 372

Ardnurcher

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 062

C of I  RCB  B 1873-1982  M 1848-1974 P 411

Ardnurcher & Horseleap

C of I  PRONI B  1803-1871  M 1803-1859  D 1803-1876

Athlone (See also County Roscommon)

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 057-58-59-60

C of I RCB  St Mary’s  B 1768-1999  M 1767-2008  D 1747-1892 P 392

Methodist PRONI  B 1833-1845  MIC429/1/117

R C   DSHC   St Mary’s   B  1813-1900  M 1813-1900  D 1813-1900

R C NLI   St Mary’s B  1813-1868  M 1813-1863  D 1813-1827 Pos 4242

Ballyloughloe

C of I  PRONI  B 1793-1877  M 1776-1854  D 1803-1877

C of I  RCB  B 1877-1955  M 1845-1945  D 1877-1970 P 408

Ballymore & Killare

C of I  PRONI  B 1745-1877  M 1747-1854  D 1792-1875

Ballymore

C of I  RCB  B 1878-1937  M 1850-1923  D 1878-1985 P 398

R C DSHC  B 1824-1900  M 1872-1900

R C NLI  B 1824-1880 M 1839-1880 Pos 4171

Balnaleck

C of I  ILC See Leney

Benown

C of I  RCB B  1819-1999  M 1847-2002  D 1824-1999 P 393

Carrick

C of I  ILC See Moylisker

Castlekindalen Vastina

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 054

C of I  RCB B 1850-1939  M 1845-1938  D 1878-1962 P 911

Castlelost

C of I  PRONI  B 1796-1880  M 1804-1850  D 1800-1881

C of I  RCB  B 1883-1971 M  1850-1980  D 1882-1987 P 286

Castlepollard

C of I  ILC See Rathgraffe

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1953 P 419

R C NLI  B 1763-1880  M 1763-1875  D 1764-1825 Pos 4164/5

Castletown-Geoghan

R C DSHC B  1829-1900 M  1829-1900 1829-1844

R C NLI  B 1829-1880  M 1829-1880 Pos 4169

Castletownkindalen

C of I  RCB  B 1850-1946  M 1845-1938  D 1878-1962

Churchtown

C of I  RCB  M  1846-1876 P 369

Clonfadoran

C of I  PRONI B  1793-1875  M 1793-1845  D 1793-1875

C of I  RCB  B 1884-1997  M 1845-1954  D 1884-1993 P 907

Clare & Horseleap

R C IMA  B 1845-1910  M 1821-1899  D  1825-1868

R C NLI  B 1845-1880  M 1821-1880  D 1825-1868 Pos 4174

Clonmellon

C of I  ILC See Killalon

Collinstown

C of I  RCB  B 1838-1963 M  1838-1963  D 1837-1960 P 417

C of I NLI St Feighan   B 1838-1963  M 1818-1851 D  1837-1960 MFCI 051

R C DSHC  B 1807-1900  M 1784-1844  D 1809-1926

R C NLI  B 1807-1880  M 1784-1880  D 1784-1949 Pos 4168/9

Delvin

C of I  RCB  B 1817-1947 M  1817-1942  D 1817-1989 P 236

R C DSHC  B 1783-1900 M  1785-1900  D 1785-1985

R C NLI B  1785-1880 M  1785-1880  D 1785-1855 Pos 4172

Drumcree

C of I  RCB  B 1816-1983  M 1848-1977 P 415

Drumcree & Kilcumney

C of I  PRONI  B 1800-1875 M  1800-1849  D 1800-1876

Drumraney

R C DSHC  B 1834-1900  M 1834-1900

R C NLI  B 1834-1880  M 1834-1880 Pos 4171

Dysart

C of I  ILC See Tessaragh

R C DSHC  B 1836-1900  M 1825-1900  D 1862-1900

R C NLI  B 1836-1880  M 1825-1862 Pos 4168

Enniscoffey

C of I  RCB  B 1881-1953  M 1845-1925  D 1891-1976 P 232

Foyran

C of I  RCB  B 1890-1960  M 1878-1939 P 414

Galston

C of I  ILC See Castlelost

Horseleap

C of I  ILC See Ardmurcher

Kilbeggan

C of I  RCB  B 1881-1959  M 1845-1940  D 1882-1988 P 409

R C DSHC  B 1818-1900  M 1821-1900  D 1818-1884

R C NLI  B 1818-1880  M 1818-1880  D1818-1843 Pos 4176

Kilbixy

C of I  RCB  M  1848-1947 P 370

Kilbride & Mountnugent

R C CHGC B  1830-1900  M 1830-1899

R C DSHC  B 1830-1900  M 1830-1863  D 1906-1983

R C NLI  B 1832-1880  M 1832-1880 Pos 4172

Kilbride Veston

C of I  ILC See Moylisker & Castlelost

Killclagh (Moate)

C of I  RCB  B 1873-1999 M  1845-2002  D 1876-1999 P 413

Kilkenny West

C of I  RCB  B 1783-1956  M 1783-1913  D 1784-1985 P 399

R C DSHC  B 1829-1900  M 1832-1900  D 1829-1993

R C NLI  B 1829-1880  Pos 4171

Kill

C of I  ILC See Ardmurcher

Killagh

C of I  ILC See Drumcree

Killare

C of I  ILC See Ballymore & Killare

Killucan

C of I  NLI  B 1700-1778  M 1787-1857 D 1700-1778 MFCI 050

C of I  NLI  B 1786-1835  M 1786-1835  D 1786-1835 MFCI 038

C of I  RCB  B 1696-1963  M 1878-1948  D 1700-1888 P 238

R C DSHC B 1866-1900  M 1821-1900

R C NLI  B 1821-1880 M  1821-1880 Pos 4166

Kilpatrick

C of I  ILC See Rathgraffe

Kilroran

C of I  ILC See Killyon

Kinnegad

C of I  RCB  B 1892-1917 M  1845-1894  D 1895-1954 P 239

R C DSHC  B 1827-1890  M 1844-1899  D 1833-1975

R C NLI  B 1827-1880  M 1844-1880  D 1869-1880 Pos 4170

Leney

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 062

C of I  RCB  B 1840-1977  M 1845-1945  D 1840-1841 P 339

Mayne

C of I  NLI  B 1808-1870  M 1809-1870  D 1808-1870 MFCI 051

C of I  RCB  B 1808-1983  M 1809-1980  D 1808-1993 P 420

R C DSHC  B 1777-1900  M 1777-1900  D 1777-1993

R C NLI  B 1777-1863  M 1777-1880  D 1777-1869 Pos 4167

Milltown

R C DSHC B1791-1900 M  1781-1913  D 1781-1899

R C NLI  B 1781-1880  M 1809-1880  D 1781-1869 Pos 4167

Moate

C of I  ILC See Kilcleagh

R C DSHC  B 1820-1900  M 1830-1900  D 1830-1900

R C NLI  B 1830-1911  M 1830-1883  D 1857-1883 Pos 9358

Moydrum

C of I  RCB  B 1756-1783  M 1775-1954  D 1942-1986 P 397

Moyliscar

C of I  RCB  B 1877-1989  M 1845-1990  D 1878-1988 P 338

Mullingar

C of I  RCB   M 1845-2007 P 336

R C DSHC  B 1742-1900  M 1737-1900  D 1830-1940

R C NLI  B 1741-1880  M 1737-1880  D 1757-1880 Pos 4161/2/3

Multifarnham

C of I  ILC See Taghmon & Stonehall

R C DSHC B 1824-1900  M 1824-1900  D 1830-1848

R C NLI  B 1824-1880  M 1824-1880  D 1831-1844 Pos 4168

Newtownfertullagh

C of I  PRONI  B 1811-1889  M 1812-1844  D 1812-1890

C of I  RCB  B 1889-1989  M 1846-1980 D  1889-1994 P 909

Nougheval

R C DSHC  B 1857-1908  M 1857-1908 1920-1993

R C NLI No records microfilmed

Piercetown

C of I  ILC See Almoritia

Portloman

C of I  PRONI  B 1825-1877 M  1830-1845  D 1838-1876 Lost in 1922

Portnashangan

C of I  RCB B 1878-1983 M  1846-1979  D 1880-1977 P 337

Rahara

C of I  ILC See Killenvoy

Rathaspeck

C of I  ILC See Russagh

C of I  NLI  No records listed T2786 census

Rathaspeck & Russagh

R C DSHC  B 1826-1900  M 1821-1900 D 1828-1993

R C NLI  B 1822-1880  M 1819-1880 D  1822-1880 Pos 4236

Rathconnell

C of I  RCB  B 1881-1953  M 1845-1895  D 1881-1895 P 240

Rathconrath

C of I  PRONI  B 1814-1874 M  1813-1867  D 1817-1882 Lost in 1922

Rathgraffe or Castlepollard

C of I  PRONI  B 1863-1890  D  1863-1890 Lost in 1922

Rathwyre (Rathwire)

C of I  ILC See Killucan

Rochfortbridge

R C NLI B  1823-1880 M  1816-1880 Pos 4172

Rusaagh

C of I  PRONI  B 1816-1878  M 1817-1844  D 1816-1875 Lost in 1922

Sonna

R C DSHC  B 1837-1900  M 1838-1900  D 1859-1993

R C NLI  B 1837-1880  M 1838-1880 Pos 4168

Stonehall

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 062

C of I  RCB  B 1814-1941 M  1814-1912  D 1815-1979 P 340

Streete

R C DSHC No records listed

R C NLI  B 1820-1880  M 1820-1880  D 1823-1880 Pos 4236

Taghmon

C of I  PRONI  B 1800-1859  M 1802-1851  D 1800-1856 See Stonehall

R C NLI  B 1781-1880 M 1782-1880  D 1809-1848 Pos 4165

Tashinny

C of I  RCB  B 1821-1841 M  1821-1995  D 1821-1842

Tashinny & Abbeyshrule

C of I  PRONI  B 1821-1875 M  1821-1848  D 1821-1875

Tubber

R C DSHC  B 1820-1900  M 1824-1900  D 1824-1873

R C IMA B  1820-1899  M 1820-1899  D 1832-1845

R C NLI  B 1821-1880  M 1824-1880 Pos 4176

Tyrrellspass

C of I  ILC See Clonfadforan & Newtown Fertullagh

Wilbrook

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 062

C of I  RCB 1756-1783 1775-

County Wexford

C of I  = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society

ILC – Local = Records are held locally

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland

R C = Roman Catholic

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin

WGC =

County Wexford

Parish Where stored Baptisms Marriages Deaths File No /Microfilm

Adamstown

C of I  NLI No records listed  MFCI

C of I  PRONI B  1802-1875  M 1802-1869 D 1814-1876

C of I  RCB   M  1851-1968 P 229

R C NLI  B 1807-1880  M 1849-1880  D 1823-1832 Pos 4258

R C WGC  B 1837-1900  M 1892-1900

Ambrosetown

C of I  ILC See Duncormick

Ardamine

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 095

C of I  RCB  B 1807-2008 M  1807-1868  D 1809-2008 P 992

Ardcandrisk

C of I  ILC See Wexford

Ardcavan

C of I  ILC See Ardcolm

Ardcolm

C of I  RCB B  1736-2004 M  1764-1950  D 1799-1963 P 873

Artamont

C of I  ILC See Ardcolm & Kilpatrick

Ballindaggin

R C NLI B 1871-1880  M 1871-1880 Pos 4251

Ballingly

C of I  ILC See Horetown

Ballyanne

C of I  ILC See New Ross

Ballybrazil

C of I  ILC See New Ross

Ballybrennan

C of I  ILC See Killinick Tacumshane & Churchtown

Ballycanew

C of I  ILC  B 1733-1875  M 1733-1859  D 1733-1875

C of I  RCB  B 1835-1993 M  1836-1883  D 1836-1897

Ballycarney

C of I  RCB  B 1835-1884  M 1836-1883  D 1836-1884 P 716

Ballyconnick

C of I  ILC See Taghmon

Ballycullane

R C NLI  B 1827-1880  M 1827-1880  D 1828-1832 Pos 4259

R C WGC  B 1827-1900  M 1827-1896  D 1828-1832

Ballygarrett

R C NLI  B 1828-1863  M 1828-1865  D 1830-1867 Pos 4255

R C WGC  B 1828-1900  M 1830-1900  D 1830-1900

Ballyhogue

C of I  ILC See Killurin

Ballyhuskard

C of I  RCB  B 1832-1956  M 1832-1943 D  1910-1962 P 922 See Enniscorthy

Ballylennon

C of I  ILC See Horetown

Ballymitty

C of I  ILC See Taghmon

Ballymore

C of I  ILC See Tacumshane

R C NLI  B 1840-1880  M 1840-1880 Pos 4246

R C WGC  B 1821-1900  M 1802-1899

Ballynamona

C of I  ILC See Aney

Ballynaslaney

C of I  ILC See Edermine

Ballyoughter

R C NLI  B 1810-1880  M 1815-1880 Pos 4255

Ballyvalden

C of I  ILC See Kilmuckridge

Ballyvalloo

C of I  ILC See Ardcolm

Bannow

C of I  PRONI  B 1807-1886  M 1807-1887  D 1806-1885

C of I  RCB  B 1887-2000 M 1845-1991 D  1887-2000 P 823

Blackwater

R C NLI  B 1815-1880 M  1815-1880  D 1843-1880 Pos 4245

R C WGC  B 1825-1900  M 1815-1881  D 1840-1883

Bree

R C NLI  B 1837-1880  M 1837-1880 Pos 4251

Bunclody (Newtownbarry)

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 098

C of I  RCB B  1837-1903  M 1837-1901  D 1837-1903 P 875

Methodist  PRONI St Mary’s   B 1833-1842  MIC429/1/536

R C NLI B  1834-1880  M 1834-1873 Pos 425

Camolin

C of I  ILC See Toombe

R C NLI  B 1853-1880  M 1853-1880 D  1858-1879 Pos 4257

Carnagh

C of I  ILC See New Ross

Carne

C of I  PRONI  B 1804-1876 M  1806-1856  D 1815-1876

C of I  RCB  B  1845-1906 P 829

Carnew

C of I  RCB B 1808-2000  M 1808-1956  D 1808-2000 P 793

Carrick on Bannow

R C NLI  B 1832-1880  M 1830-1873 Pos 4244

R C WGC B  1873-1900

Carrig

C of I  ILC See Wexford

Castlebridge

C of I  ILC See Ardcolm

R C NLI  B 1832-1880  M 1832-1880 Pos 4247

R C WGC  B 1832-1900 M 1832-1892

Castle Ellis

C of I  ILC Chapel See Killegney

C of I  ILC See Kilmallog

Carron Glyn

C of I ILC Chapel See Killurin

Churchtown

C of I  PRONI  B 1835-1876  M 1836-1872  D 1835-1877

C of I  RCB   M 1851-1902 P 830

Clone

C of I  PRONI B  1833-1876  M 1833-1873  D 1833-1876

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1953  D 1874-1901 P 920 See Ferns & Kilbride

Clonegal

C of I  ILC  B 1792-1993  M 1792-1906  D 1792-1993

Clongeen

C of I  ILC See Horetown

R C NLI  B 1847-1880  M 1847-1880  D 1856-1880 Pos 4261

R C WGC  B 1847-1900 M  1847-1900

Clonleigh

C of I  PRONI See New Ross & Templeudigan

Clonmines

C of I  ILC See Owenduff

Clonmore

C of I  RCB  B 1828-1934  M 1848-1955  D 1881-1928 P 919 See Enniscorrthy

Coulstuffe

C of I  RCB B 1802-1836  M 1802-1835  D 1803-1822 P 574

Courtown

C of I  ILC See Ardamine

Cranford

R C NLI  B 1856-1880  Pos 4251

R C WGC  B 1871-1900 M 1871-1900

Crossabeg

R C NLI  B 1856-1880  Pos 4251

R C WGC B  1794-1900  M 1871-1900

Davidstown

R C NLI  B 1805-1880  M 1808-1880 Pos 4251

R C WGC  B 1806-1900  M 1829-1889

Donaghamore

C of I  ILC See Ardamine Donamore & Glasscarrig

Donamore

C of I  RCB B  1807-2007  M 1807-1833 D 1808-1834 P 993

Downoney

C of I  ILC See Horetown

Drinagh

C of I  ILC See Wexford

Dunbrody

C of I  ILC See Killesk

Duncannon Fort

C of I  ILC See Owenduff

Duncannon

Presbyterian IPHS  B 1860-1896  M 1861-1879

Duncormick

C of I  PRONI  B 1760-1875 M 1760-1865  D 1760-1874

C of I  RCB  B 1896-1978  M 1845-1966  D 1899-1970 P 824

Edermine

C of I  PRONI  B 1805-1875  M 1805-1845  D  1805-1875

C of I  RCB  B 1890-1924  M 1850-1919  D 1891-1928 P 921

Enniscorthy

C of I  NLI No records listed   MFCI 100

C of I  RCB  B 1798-1933  M 1798-1957  D 1798-1903 P 924

R C NLI  B 1794-1880  M 1794-1861 Pos 4249

R C WGC  B 1794-1900  M 1794-1900

Ferns

C of I  NLI No records listed   MFCI 103

C of I  RCB  B 1775-1856  M 1775-1893  D 1775-1871 P 715

R C NLI  B 1819-1880  M 1819-1880 Pos 4254

R C WGC  B 1819-1900 M  1840-1900 D  1840-1859

Fethard on Sea

C of I  PRONI  B 1781-1877  M 1781-1866  D 1781-1877 Lost in 1922

Glasscarrif

C of I  ILC B 1835-1875  M 1835-1845  D 1807-1875

Glinn

R C NLI  B 1817-1880 M  1817-1880  D 1823-1880 Pos 4247

R C WGC  B 1817-1900  M 1817-1883  D 1867-1883

Gorey

C of I  ILC  B 1801-1876  M 1801-1845  D 1867-1876

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI 102

R C NLI  B 1845-1880  M 1845-1880 Pos 4256

Hollyfort

C of I  ILC See Kilnehue

Hook & Templetown

C of I  PRONI  B 182-1875  M 1830-1859  D 1828-1864 Lost in 1922

Hook

R C NLI  St James   B 1835-1880  M 1875-1880  D 1835-1854 Pos 4258

R C WGC  B 1835-1873

Horetown

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1954 P 525

Inch

C of I  PRONI  B 1728-1865 M  1727-1887  D 1726-1896

C of I  RCB   M 1845-1920 P 378

Isert Laurence or Ishartmon

C of I  ILC See Tacumshane

Kerlogue

C of I  ILC See Wexford

Kilbride

C of I  ILC See Ferns & Kilbride

Kilbride Glyn

C of I  ILC See Killurin

Kilcomb

C of I  ILC See Toombe

Kilcormack

C of I  RCB  B 1877-  M 1845-1954  D 1877- P 021

Kilcormuck

C of I  PRONI  B 1788-1876  M 1792-1852  D 1803-1876 Lost in 1922

Kilcowan

C of I  ILC See Mulrankin

Kilcowanmore

C of I  ILC See Horetown

Kildavin

C of I  ILC See Wexford

Kilgarvan

C of I  ILC See Horetown

Kilkevan

C of I  ILC See Bannow

Killag

C of I  ILC See Mulrankin

Killaline

C of I  ILC See Kilscorane

Killane / Killann

C of I  NLI No records listed   MFCI 097

C of I  RCB  B 1771-2005 M  1771-1952  D 1795-1948

Killanerin

R C NLI  B 1852-1880  M 1852-1880 Pos 4255

Killanne

C of I  RCB  B 1771-2005  M 1771-1952  D 1795-1948 P 280

Killaveny

R C NLI  B 1800-1864  M 1800-1864  D 1862-1867 Pos 4257

R C WGC B  1800-1900  M 1800-1900

Killegney

C of I  RCB  B 1802-2002  M 1809-1945  D 1803-2004 P 281

R C NLI  B 1816-1880  M 1816-1880  D 1816-1880 Pos 4250

R C WGC  B 1816-1900  M 1816-1900  D 1816-1900

Killenagh

C of I  ILC See Ardamine

Killinane

C of I  ILC See Killinick

Killinick & Ballybrennan

C of I  PRONI  B 1804-1820 M  1804-1820  D 1805-1819

C of I  RCB B  1768-2000  M 1764-2002  D 1769-2000 P 826

Killilly

C of I  ILC See Kilmallog

Killisk

C of I  ILC  B 1788-1875   D 1788-1875 See Kilmallog

Killuin

C of I  RCB  B 1816-1839 M  1798-1942 D 1816-1848 P 872

Kilmallog

C of I  ILC B  1813-1873  M 1813-1874  D 1813-1870

Kilmannon

C of I  ILC See Mulrankin

Kilmichaelogue

C of I  ILC See Gorey

Kilmocree

C of I  ILC See Killinick

Kilmokea

C of I  ILC See Whitechurch

Kilmore

C of I  ILC See Tomhaggard

R C NLI B  1752-1880  M 1752-1880  D 1752-1826 Pos 4246

R C WGC  B 1768-1900  M 1768-1850  D 1768-1850

Kilmuckridge

C of I  RCB B  1870-2007  D 1878-1971 P 994

Kilmuckridge & Ballyvalden

C of I  PRONI  B 1802-1878  M 1803-1877  D 1803-1878 Lost in 1922

Kilnamanagh

C of I  RCB  B 1818-2009  M 1824-1836  D 1825-2006 P 995

Kilnehue

C of I  ILC  B 1817-1875  M 1817-1845  D 1817-1875 See Gorey

Kilpatrick

C of I  PRONI  B 1833-1876  M 1836-1872  D 1836-1876

C of I  RCB  B 1874-1970  M 1847-1946  D 1876-1946 P 870

Kilpipe

C of I  RCB  B 1828-2000  M 1825-1955  D 1833-2000 P 548

Kilrane

C of I  ILC See Tacumshane

Kilrush

C of I  PRONI  B 1838-1878  M 1838-1875  D 1828-1878 Lost in 1922

R C NLI  B 1841-1880  Pos 4251

Kilscoran

C of I  ILC See Tacumshane

C of I  NLI No records listed   MFCI 093

Kiltennel

C of I  RCB  B 1806-2007 M  1816-1876 D 1806-2008 P 996

Kiltrisk

C of I  ILC See Ballycanew & Monamolin

Kilturk

C of I  ILC See Tomhaggard

Lady’s Island

C of I  ILC See Wexford

R C NLI  B 1737-1880  M 1753-1818 Pos 4244

R C WGC  B 1737-1900  M 1838-1900  D 1868-1900

Leskinfere

C of I  ILC B  1802-1875  M 1802-1845  D 1802-1875

C of I  NLI No records listed   MFCI 101

Litter

R C NLI  B 1798-1880  M 1788-1880 Pos 4255

R C WGC  B 1818-1909  M 1768-1898

Maglass

C of I  ILC See Killinick

Marshalstown

R C NLI  B 1854-1880  M 1854-1880  M 1854-1878 Pos 4248

Maudlanstown

C of I  ILC See Wexford

Meelnagh

C of I  ILC See Kilmuckridge

Monageer

R C NLI  B 1838-1880  M 1838-1880  D 1838-1872 Pos 4248

Monamolin

C of I  PRONI B  1800-1877  M 1802-1877  D 1800-1877

C of I  RCB  B 1877-2004   D 1878-2008 P 997

R C NLI  B 1839-1880  D 1834-1880 Pos 4255

R C WGC  No records listed

Monart

C of I  PRONI  B 1806-1876  M 1807-1875  D 1807-1876

C of I  RCB   M 1845-1954 P 923

Mulrankin

C of I  RCB  B 1787-2000  M 1793-1990 D  1786-2000 P 827

Newbawn

C of I  ILC See Adamstown

New Ross

C of I  NLI No records listed   MFCI 092

C of I  RCB B  1763-2003  M 1764-1862  D 1764-2002 P 847

R C NLI  B 1789-1880 M  1859-1880  D 1794-1859 Pos 4259/60

R C WGC  B 1789-1900  M 1817-1900

Newtownbarry – Bunclody

C of I  PRONI B  1779-1876 M  1779-1845 D  1779-1876

C of I  RCB  B 1837-1903  M 1837-1901  D 1837-1903 See Bunclody

Old Ross

C of I  PRONI  B 1801-1875  M 1801-1873  D 1801-1876

C of I  RCB  B 1928-1998  D  8141-1923 P 282

R C NLI  B 1789-1880  M 1752-1880  D 1794-1880 Pos 4259

Owenduff

C of I  ILC  B 1752-1875 M  1752-1845  D 1752-1875

Oylgate

R C NLI  B 1804-1880  M 1803-1880  D 1865-1880 Pos 4254

R C WGC  B 1804-1900  M 1803-1900  D 1865-1870

Piercetown

R C NLI  B 1811-1880 M  1812-1880 Pos 4250

R C WGC  B 1811-1900  M 1812-1900

Rathangan

R C NLI  B 1803-1880  M 1803-1880 Pos 4244

R C WGC  B 1803-1854  M 1805-1854

Rathaspick

C of I  ILC  B 1831-1843  M 1831-1843  D 1831-1843

C of I  RCB  B 1844-1970  M 1844-1971 D  1844-1960 P 541

Rathnacnee

C of I  PRONI  C 1801-1877  M 1807-1878  D 1813-1881

C of I  RCB M 1857-1954 P 832

Rathnure & Templeudigan

R C NLI  B 1846-1880  M 1846-1880  D 1846-1880 Pos 4248

R C WGC B  1846-1878  M 1847-1853  D 1846-1853

Ratroe

C of I  ILC See Killesk

Rosminogue

C of I  ILC See Toombe

Rossdroit

C of I  PRONI  B 1828-1878  M 1832-1872  D 1828-1876

C of I  RCB  B 1802-2001  M 1802-1936  D  1814-2000 P 283

Rosslare

C of I  ILC See Kilcorane

Screen

C of I  ILC See Ardcolm

Sutton

R C NLI  B 1824-1880 M 1825-1880  D 1827-1880 Pos 4261

R C WGC  B 1826-1900  M 1825-1894  D 1827-1884

Tagmon

C of I  NLI No records listed   MFCI 104

C of I  RCB  B 1877-2004  M 1846-1952  D 1877-2004 P 526

R C NLI  B 1801-1880  M 1801-1880  D 1828-1880 Pos 4247

R C WGC  B 1853-1900

Tagòat

R C NLI  B 1853-1880 M  1853-1880  D 1875-1880 Pos 4245

R C WGC  B 1853-1900  M 1853-1900  D 1853-1881

Templescobin

C of I  PRONI  B 1802-1889  M 1819-1879  D 1835-1889

C of I  RCB  B  1853-1956 M  1803-1916 P 918

Templeshanbo

C of I  RCB  B 1815-2004 M  1800-1953 D  1815-2005 P 284

Templeshannon

C of I  ILC See Enniscorthy

Templeshelin

C of I  ILC See Adamstown

Templeudigan

C of I  PRONI B  1828-1876  M 1830-1869  D 1830-1875

C of I  RCB  B 1878-1948  M 1848-1940  D 1877-1952 P 298 See New Ross

Templetown

C of I  ILC See Hook

R C NLI St James   B 1792-1880  M 1792-1880  D 1816-1879 Pos 4245

R C WGC  B 1793-1894 M  1792-1859  D 1816-1879

The Ballagh

R C NLI  B 1837-1880  M 1837-1878 Pos 4248

Tickillin

C of I  ILC See Ardcolm & Kilpatrick

Tinshely

C of I  IL:C See Kilcommon

Tintern

C of I  ILC See Owenduff

Tomacork

R C NLI  B 1785-1880  M 1793-1880 D  1794-1880 Pos 4256

R C WGC  B 1785-1900  M 1793-1900

Tomhaggard/Kilturk

C of I  RCB  B 1809-1889  M 1813-1909  D 1809-1888 P 825

Toombe

C of I  RCB  B 1772-1839  M 1769-1899  D 1770-1839 P 717

Tullyrath

C of I  ILC See Newross

Wexford

C of I  NLI No records listed   MFCI 094

C of I  RCB St Iberius  B  1674-1867 M  1674-1956 D  1674-1867 P 874

C of I  RCB St Selskar   M  1853-1851 P 877

Methodist PRONI  No records listed  CR/6/8

R C NLI  B 1671-1880  M 1671-1880 Pos 4252/3/4

R C WGC  B 1686-1900 M 1671-1900

Whitechurch & Kilmockea

C of I  RCB  B 1715-1836  M 1716-1845  D 1716-1837 P 848

Whitechurch Glyn

C of I  ILC See Killurin

Whitechurch

R C NLI No records listed

R C WGC No records listed

County Wicklow 

C of I  = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church 

DLRHS = Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Heritage Society 

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society 

ILC – Local = Records are held locally 

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed 

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland 

R C = Roman Catholic 

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin 

WFHC = Wicklow Family History Centre 

County Wicklow

Parish Where stored Baptisms Marriages Deaths File No /Microfilm

Annacreevy

C of I  ILC See Powerscourt

Ardrea

C of I  ILC See Athy

Arklow 

C of I  NLI  No records listed   MFCI 082

R C NLI B 1809-1880  M 1818-1880 Pos 6474/75

R C WFHC  B 1809-1880  M 1813-1880

Ashford 

C of I  ILC See Killiskey

R C NLI  B 1864-1880  M 1864-1880 Pos 6477/8

R C WFHC  B 1864-1900 M  1864-1900

Aughrim 

C of I  ILC No records listed

R C NLI No records microfilmed

R C WFHC  B 1879-1900  M 1879-1900

Avoca (Ovoca) 

C of I  ILC See Castlemacadam

R C NLI  B 1791-1880  M 1791-1880 Pos 6476/7

R C WFHC  B 1778-1900 M  1778-1900

Ballinaclash (Ballinatone)

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 076

C of I  PRONI B  1839-1877  M 1843-1851  D 1842-1877 Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1846-2002

Ballintemple 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 076

C of I  RCB  B 1823-1855  M 1823-1854 P 544

Ballybought

C of I  ILC See Ballymore Eustaqce

Ballydonnell

C of I  ILC See Castlemacadam

Ballymackill

C of I  ILC See Celbridge or Kildrought

Ballynure

C of I  PRONI B  1815-1879  M 1818-1871  D 1818-1878 Lost in 1922

Baltinglass 

C of I  PRONI  B 1808-1877  M 1815-1836  D 1814-1836 Lost in 1922

R C NLI B  1807-1880  M 1810-1880  B 1824-1830 Pos 4192

R C WFHC  B 1807-1800  M 1807-1880

Belan

C of I  ILC See Timolin

Blackditches 

R C NLI  B 1810-1880  M 1810-1880 Pos 6483/6615

R C WFHC  B 1810-1898  M 1810-1900

Blessington 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 087

C of I  RCB  B 1695-1860  M 1683-1953 D  1683-1878 P 651

R C NLI  B 1852-1880  M 1852-1880 Pos 6483/6615

R C WFHC  B 1821-1900  M 1834-1900

Boytown

C of I  ILC See Blessington

Bray 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI

C of I  RCB  B 1670-1903  M 1670-1956  D 1666-1936 See also Kilbride

C of I  ILC St James   See Crinken Dublin

C of I  ILC St Paul No registers listed

R C NLI  B 1768-1905 M  1792-1901 Pos 9371

R C WFHC  B 1790-1900 M  1790-1900

Bronnockstown (Brannoxtown)

C of I  ILC See Kilcullen

Calary

C of I  PRONI  B 1831-1875  M 1831-1844  D 1831-1875

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1957 P 915

Carnew

C of I  NLI No records listed   MFCI 099

Castlemacadam Avoca 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 076

C of I  RCB B  1720-1926  M 1720-1911 D  1720-1979 P 534

Conary 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI

C of I  RCB  B 1974-2000  M 1999- D 1957-2001 P 801

Crehelp

C of I  ILC See Donard

Crosspatrick – Kilcommon 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 096

C of I  RCB  B 1830-1960  M 1829-1968  D 1832-1999 P 547 See Newcastle

Delgany 

C of I  NLI  No records listed   MFCI 075

C of I  RCB  B 1666-1983  M 1666-2006  D 1666-1923 P 917

Derralossary

C of I  RCB  B 1878-1967  M 1842-1967  D 1878-1967 P 376

Donard 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 089

C of I  RCB B  1873-2001  M 1848-2007  D 1888-1965 P 225

Donard & Crehelp

C of I  PRONI  B 1814-1875  M 1815-1861  D 1814-1875

Donoghmore

C of I  ILC See Celbridge

Donoughmore

C of I  RCB  B 1720-1987  M 1720-2007 D  1720-1929 P 274

Drumkay

C of I  ILC See Wicklow

Dunbay

C of I  ILC See Donard

Dunganstown 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 079

C of I  RCB  B 1782-2001  M 1787-1956  D 1783-2001 P 802

Dunlavin 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 086

C of I  RCB  B 1697-1960  M 1697-1956  D 1697-1950 P 251

R C NLI  B 1815-1880  M 1831-1880 Pos 6484

R C WFHC  B 1815-1900  M 1815-1900

Enniskerry 

R C NLI B  1825-1880  M 1825-1880 Pos 6478

R C WFHC  B 1825-1900  M 1825-1900

Enorily

C of I  ILC See Kilbride-Enorily & Redcross

Freynestown

C of I  ILC See Dunlavin

Glencree

C of I  ILC See Powerscourt

Glendalough 

C of I  ILC Se Derralossary

R C NLI B  1807-1880 M  1808-1880 Pos 6474

R C WFHC  B 1807-1881  M 1807-1881

Glenealy 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 077

C of I  RCB B  1808-2007  M 1808-2005  D 1817-2006 P 374 See Wicklow

Grangerosnolvin

C of I  ILC See Castledermot

Greystones

C of I  PRONI  B 1864-1877  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB No registers

Hollywood

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1942 P 648

Inch

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 082

Jago

C of I  ILC See Ballymore Eustace

Kilbride

C of I  NLI  No records listed   MFCI 082

Kilbride (Arklow)

C of I  ILC No records listed

Kilbride with Blessington 

C of I  RCB  B 1880-1995  M 1846-1942 P 647

R C NLI  B 1858-1880  M 1858-1880 Pos 6615

R C WFHC  B 1821-1900

Kilbride Bray

C of I  PRONI B  1859-1877  Lost in 1922

Kilbride Enorily

C of I  PRONI  B 1834-1876  M 1835-1872  D 1834-1876 Lost in 1922

Kilcommon

C of I  ILC See Glenealy & Wicklow

C of I  RCB  B 1813-2002  M 1817-1955  D 1814-2001 P 546

Kilcoole

C of I  ILC See Delgany

Kilgorman

C of I  ILC See Arklow & Inch

Killahurler

C of I  ILC See Arklow & Inch

Killiskey 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 083

C of I  RCB  B 1818-2000  M 1818-1993  D 1824-2000 P 549 See Wicklow

Killoughter

C of I  ILC See Wicklow

Kilmacanogue

C of I  ILC See Delgany

Kilquade 

R C NLI  B 1826-1863  M 1826-1880 Pos 6478

R C WFHC  B 1826-1900  M 1826-1900

Kilpoole

C of I  ILC See Wicklow

Kilranelagh

C of I  ILC See Kiltegan

Kilteale

C of I  ILC See Dysartenos

Kiltegan

C of I  RCB  B 1883-1994  M 1845-1988  D 1879-1994 P 585

Kiltegan & Kilranelagh

C of I  PRONI  B 1805-1873  M 1806-1877 D  1813-1873

Laragh

C of I  RCB B 1967-1997 M  1971-2006 P 375

Little Bray 

R C NLI  B 1891-1898  M 1866-1901 Pos 9372 See also Bray records

R C WFHC  B 1863-1891  M 1863-1891

Moyne

C of I  PRONI  B 1813-1878  M 1815-1872  D 1817-1877

C of I  RCB  B 1879-1994  M 1846-1954  D 1879-1994 P 586

Mullinacuffe

C of I  ILC  B 1838-1875  M 1841-1845  D 1836-1875

C of I  RCB B 1833-2003  M 1841-1957  D 1836-2003 P 029

Narraghmore

C of I  NLI  No records listed   MFCI 084

Newcastle 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 085

C of I  RCB  B 1698-1954  M 1697-1986  D 1707-1881 P 914 See Delgany

Newtownmountkennedy

C of I  RCB   M 1871-2004 P 785

Nun’s Cross

C of I  ILC See Killiskey

Old Connaught

C of I  ILC See Bray

Powerscourt 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 091

C of I  RCB  B 1677-1874  M 1662-1979  D 1663-1942 P 109

Preban

C of I  RCB  B 1827-2000  M 1829-1954  D 1828-2001 P 062

Rathdrum 

C of I  NLI  No records listed   MFCI 077

C of I  RCB  B 1706-1907  M 1706-2006  D 1706-1916 P 377

R C NLI  B 1795-1880  M 1816-1880 Pos 6476

R C WFHC  B 1795-1900  M 1810-1880

Rathnew

C of I  ILC See Wicklow

Rathsallagh

C of I  ILC See Dunlavin

Redcross 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 079

C of I  RCB  B 1830-2001  M 1845-1956  D 1879-2001 P 800 See Castlemacadam

Roundwood 

R C NLI  B 1881-1900 M  1857-1902 Pos 9372

R C WFHC  B 1881-1900 M  1857-1900

Shillelagh

C of I  RCB  B 1833-1951  M 1834-1956  D 1835-2004 P 521

Stratford-on-Slaney

C of I  RCB  B 1804-2012  M 1804-1970

Templemichael

C of I  ILC See Kilbride Enorily & Castlemacadam

Timolin

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 084

Usk

C of I  ILC See Dunlavin

Wicklow 

C of I  NLI No records listed MFCI 083

C of I  RCB  B 1655-1991 M  1729-1998  D 1729-2003 P 611

Methodist PRONI B  1828-1844  MIC429/1/13

R C NLI  B 1747-1880  M 1747-1880 Pos 6482

R C WFHC  B 1747-1900  MBN 1747-1900

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

List of Church registers for the Province of Munster by County & by Parish

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This page lists the  various Church Records  for the Province of  Munster by County, Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary & Waterford by Parish, covering Births, Marriages & Deaths showing what records are available by date, where they are stored and reference numbers where used.

County Clare   

HGC = Clare Heritage & Genealogical Center   

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society   

Local = Records are held locally or ILC = in local control   

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed   

NLI = National Library Dublin   

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland   

R C = Roman Catholic   

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin     

County Clare 

Parish  Where stored  Baptisms  Marriages  Deaths  File No /Microfilm

Aughtmama/Oughtmama

C of I  ILC  See Newquay

Ballygibbon

C of I  ILC  See Ballymackey

Ballyvaughan   

C of I   ILC  See Rathbourney

R C   B 1854-1900      On Line & Co Library

R C   HGC B 1854-1900

R C   NLI B 1854-1880      Pos 440

Broadford   

R C   HGC B 1845-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1844-1880 M 1844-1880    Pos 476

Bunratty

C of I  ILC  See Kilfinaghty

Burgesbeg

C of I  ILC  See Castletownnarra

Caher Feakle   

R C   HGC B 1842-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1842-1880 M 1842-1880    Pos 487

Carrigaholt   

R C   HGC B 1853-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1853-1880 M 1852-1880    Pos 485

Carron   

R C   HGC  No records listed

R C   NLI B 1853-1880 M 1856-1880    Pos 440

Carune

C of I  ILC  See Killeilagh

Castleconnell

C of I  ILC  See Stradbally

Castletown Ely 

C of I ILC  See Dunkerrin

Clare Abbey

C of I   RCB   M 1845-1901    P 083

Clondergad

C of I   RCB   M 1845-1885    P 084

Clonlea / Kilselly

C of I   RCB  B 1879-1947 M 1845-1946  D1877-1951  P 085/95

Clonlohan

C of I  ILC  See Kilnasoolagh

Clonrush   

C of I   ILC  See Inniscaltra

R C   NLI B 1846-1880  M 1846-1880    Pos 476

Clooney

C of I  ILC  See Quin & Kilfenora

R C  CHGC B 1846-1900  Not specified    MIC1D

Cloughprior

C of I  ILC  See Finnoe

Corofin

C of I   ILC  See Killnaboy

Cratloe   

R C   CHGC B 1802-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1802-1856 M 1822-1856    Pos 410/11

Crusheen   

R C   CHGC B 1860-1900  No specified

R C   NLI B 1860-1880      Pos 472

Doonass & Truagh   

R C   CHGC B 1821-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1821-1880 M 1823-1880    Pos 472

Doora & Kilraghtis   

R C   CHGC  B 1821-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1841-1879 M 1837-1880    Pos 472

Dourie

C of I  ILC  See Quin

Dromineer

C of I  ILC  See Ballynaclough

Dromline

C of I  ILC  See Kilfinaughty & Kilnasoolagh

Drumacoo

C of I  ILC  See Kilcolgan

Drumcliff   

C of I   NLI B 1744-1870 M 1744-1845 D 1844-1869  MFC1/001

R C   CHGC  B 1841-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1841-1879  M 1837-1880    Pos 472

Drumcreehy

C of I  ILC  See Rathbourney

Dysart

C of I   ILC  See Killanaboy

Ennis   

C of I   ILC  See Drumcliffe

Methodist  PRONI  B 1844-1858      MIC 429/1/

Presbyterian  IHPS  No records listed

Ennistymon

C of I  ILC  See Kilmanaheen

Feackle   

C of I   RCB B 1878-1899 M 18456-1903 D 1879-1893  P 733

Methodist  PRONI No records listed MIC 429/1/540

R C   CHGC  B 1860-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1860-1880 M 1860-1880    Pos 476

Feenagh

C of I  ILC  See Kilnaghty

Finglass

C of I  ILC  See Dunkerrin

Gleninagh

C of I  ILC  See Rathbourney

Inagh & Kilnamona   

R C   CHGC B 1850-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1850-1880 M 1850-1880    Pos 472

Inchicronane

C of I  ILC  See Kilkeedy & Killanaboy

Iniscaltra

C of I   NLI B 1851-1876   D 1851-1874  MFC1/004

Kilballyhone

C of I  ILC  See Kilfieragh & Kilrush

Kilchreest

C of I  ILC  See Kildysart

Kilcomin

C of I  ILC  See Shinrone

Kilconry

C of I  ILC  See Kilfinaghty & Kilnasoolagh

Kilcrist   

R C   CHGC B 1846-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1846-1800 M 1846-1800    Pos 471

Kildysart   

C of I   RCB B 1881-1920  D 1847-1918    P 087

R C   CHGC B 1829-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1829-1880 M 1867-1880    Pos 475

Kileedy

C of I   RCB   M 1845-1902    P 962

Kilfarboy

C of I   RCB  M  1845-1957    P 053

Kilfenora   

C of I   RCB   M 1853-1918    P 088

R C   CHGC  B 1836-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI  includes 1866 Census Returns Pos 440

R C   NLI B 1836-1880  D 1865-1880    Pos 440

Kilkerrill

C of I  ILC  See Aughrim

Kilfiddane   

C of I   ILC  See Kilmurray

R C   CHGC B 1868-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI  B 1868-1880 D 1869-1880    Pos 485

Kilfieragh

C of I   RCB  M  1845-1954 D 1879-1974  P 089 See Kilrush

Kilfinaghy

C of I   RCB    M 1862-1939    P 090

Kilfintinan

C of I  ILC  No records listed

Kilkeary

C of I  ILC  See Ballynaclough

Kilkee   

C of I   ILC  See Kilfieragh

R C   CHGC B 1836-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1869-1880      Pos 485

Kilkeady   

R C   CHGC B 1833-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1833-1860  M1870-1880    Pos 473

Kilkeedy

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1902

Killaloe   

C of I   NLI  B 1679-1872 M 1682-1845 D 1683-1873  MFC1/005

C of I   RCB B 1679-1850  M 1682-2007  D1683-1845  P 765

Methodist  PRONI B 1844-1858      MIC 429/1/540

R C   CHGC B 1828-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1828-1880 M 1829-1880    Pos 477

Killaney

C of I  ILC  See Kilcolgan

Killard   

C of I   RCB   M 1848-1933    P 091

R C   CHGC B 1855-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1855-1880  M1867-1880    Pos 487

Killaspuglenane

C of I  ILC  See Kilmanaheen

Killeely

C of I  ILC  See Kilcolgan

Killeenagariff

C of I  ILC  See Stradbally

Killeilagh

C of I  ILC  See Kilmanaheen

Killofin

C of I  ILC  See Kilmurray

Killokennedy

C of I  ILC  See Kiltanlee

Killonaghan

C of I  ILC  See Rathbourney

Killone   

R C   CHGC B 1834-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1863-1880 M 1833-1880    Pos 471

Killurane

C of I  ILC  See Kilseily

Killymour

C of I  ILC  See Kilmurray

Kilmacduane   

C of I   ILC  See Kilmanaheen

C of I   ILC  See Kilmurray & Killard

R C   CHGC B 1854-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1854-1880  M 1853-1867    Pos 485

Kilmaleery

C of I  ILC  See Kilnasoogh

Kilmaley   

C of I   PRONI B 1836-1871 M 1843-1844  D 1836-1870  Lost in 1922

R C   CHGC B 1829-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1828-1880      Pos 440

Kilmanaheen   

C of I   RCB B 1886-1972 M 1845-1920    P 055

R C   CHGC  B 1823-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1870-1880      Pos 440

Kilmihil   

C of I   ILC  See Kilfarboy

R C   CHGC B 1849-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1849-1880 M 1849-1880    Pos 485

Kilmoon

C of I  ILC  See Kilmanaheen

Kilmurray

C of I   RCB B 1889-1918 M 1845-1905  D 1892-1954  P 092/135

Kilmurray Ibricken   

R C   CHGC B 1839-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1839-1880 M 1839-1880    Pos 486

Kilmurry McMahon   

R C   CHGC B 1842-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1845-1880 M 1844-1848    Pos 485

Kilmurraynegaul

C of I  ILC  See Kilfinaghty

Kilnaboy   

C of I   NLI No records listed  MFC1/106

C of I   RCB B 1799-1931 M 1802-1961 D 1821-1931  P 093

Kilnaneave

C of I  ICL  See Kilmore

Kilnasoolagh   

C of I   NLI B 1731-1874 M 1799-1844 D 1786-1876  MFC1/002/5

C of I   RCB B 1731-1829  M 1746-1954 D 1739-1829  P 094

Kilneddy

C of I  ILC  See Knocktopher

Kilnemona

C of I  ILC  See Drumcliffe

Kilnoe   

C of I   ILC  See Kilseily

R C   CHGC  B 1832-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1832-1880 M 1832-1880    Pos 427

Kilraghties

C of I  ILC  See Drumcliffe

Kilrush   

C of I   NLI B 1741-1872  M 1760-1845 D 1742-1873  MFC1/004/5

C of I   RCB  B 1741-1840 M 1766-1841 D 1743-1841  P 025

Methodist  PRONI  B 1844-1858      MIC 429/1/540

Presbyterian  IHPS B 1864-1914 M 1854-1911

Kilseily

C of I   RCB B 1881-1915 M 1846-1915 D 1877-1951  P 095

Kilshanny   

C of I   ILC  See Kilfenora

R C   CHGC B 1869-1900  Not specified    See Lisdoonvara

R C   No records microfilmed

Kiltenanlea / Clonlara

C of I   RCB   M 1845-2002    P 052

Kiltinanlea

C of I  PRONI B 1796-1881 M 1798-1844 D 1802-1844  Lost in 1922

Knockera   

R C   CHGC B 1859-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1859-1880 M 1859-1880    Pos 485

Kyle

C of I  ILC  See Roscrea

Lateragh

C of I  ILC  See Templederry

Letterlune

C of I  ILC  See Kinnity

Lisbunny

C of I  ILC  See Kilmore

Liscannor   

R C   CHGC B 1843-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1843-1880 M 1866-1880    Pos 440

Lisdoonvarna    

C of I   ILC  No records listed

R C   CHGC B 1854-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1854-1786 M 1860-1880    Pos 440

Milltownmalbay   

C of I   ILC  See Kilfarboy

R C   CHGC  B 1831-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI  B 1831-1880 M 1856-1880    Pos 486

Moyarta

C of I  ILC  See Kilfieragh & Kilrush

Moynoe

C of I  ILC  See Inniscaltra

New Quay   

C of I   PRONI B 1853-1875   D 1859-1875  Lost in 1922

R C   CHGC B 1836-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1847-1854 M 1854-1880 D 1848-1863  Pos 441

Newmarket-0n-Fergus   

C of I   ILC  See Kilnasoolagh

R C   CHGC B 1828-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1828-1866 M 1828-1865    Pos 471-2

O’Brien’s Bridge

C of I   RCB B 1877-1940 M 1846-1946 D 1878-1970  P 041

O’Callaghan Mills   

R C   CHGC B 1835-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1835-1880  M 1835-1880    Pos 476

Ogashim

C of I  ILC  See Quinn & Tulla

Ogonnelloe   

C of I   NLI B 1807-1870 M 1807-1865  D1836-1875  MFC1/005

C of I   RCB B 1878-1941  M 1845-1936 D 1873-1985  P 791

R C   CHGC B 1832-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1832-1869 M 1857-1869    Pos 476

Omullad

C of I  ILC  See Clonlea,Feakle, Kilseily

Oughaval

C of I   ILC  See Aughaval

Oughtmama / Aughtmama

C of I  ILC  See Newquay

Quin   

C of I   RCB B 1907-1954 M 1845-1915  D1906-1927  P 096

R C   CHGC B 1815-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1816-1880 M 1833-1880    Pos 473

Rath   

C of I   ILC  See Killinaboy

R C   CHGC B 1819-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI  B1819-1880 M 1818-1880    Pos 474/5

Rathbourney

C of I   RCB B 1875-1918 M 1845-1938    P 496

Roscomroe

C of I  ILC  See Kinnity

Ruan   

R C   CHGC  B 1845-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1845-1880 M 1846-1880    Pos 473

Scarriff   

C of I   ILC  See Tomgrainey

R C   CHGC B 1845-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1852-1880 M 1852-1880    Pos 476

Sixmilebridge   

C of I   ILC  See Kilfinaghty

R C   CHGC B 1828-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI  B 1828-1880 M 1829-1880    Pos 474

St Senan’s   

R C   CHGC  B 1827-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI  B 1827-1880 M 1829-1880    Pos 487

Templeachally

C of I  ILC  See Klilmastulla

Templemaly

C of I  ILC  See Drumcliff

Tomgraney

C of I   RCB   M 1848-1993    P 767

Tomfinlagh

C of I  ILC  See Kilnasoolagh

Toomvara

C of I  ILC  See Ballymackey & Aghnameadle

Traddy

C of I  ILC  See kilnasoolagh & Kilfinaghty

Tulla   

C of I   RCB B 1881-1946 M 1845-1947 D 1881-1969  P 770

R C   CHGC  B 1819-1900  Not specified

R C   NLI B 1819-1880 M 1819-1880    Pos 471

Tulloch

C of I  PRONI B 1805-1882 M 1805-1844  D 1805-1882  Lost in 1922

Uskan

C of I  ILC  See Ballingarry

 

County Cork         

CCAP = Cork City Ancestral Project         

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society         

KGC = Killarney Genealogical Centre         

Local = Records are held locally or ILC = in local control         

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed         

MHC = Mallow Heritage Centre         

NLI = National Library Dublin         

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland         

R C = Roman Catholic         

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin     

County Cork         

Parish  Where Stored  Baptisms  Marriages  Deaths  File No /Microfilm    

Abbeymahon

C of I  NLI B 1827-1873      MFC1/018/20

C of I  RCB B 1827-1878      MC 223

Abbeystewry         

C of I  NLI  B 1788-1915      MFC1/032

C of I  RCB B 1778-2001 M 18785-1956 D 1783-2001  P 812

Adrigole

R C  NLI B 1830-1879 M 1831-1878    Pos 4287

Aghabullogue         

C of I  RCB B 1808-1877 M 1808-1843 D 1809-1879  P 689

R C  MHC B 1820-1895 M 1820-1895

R C  NLI B 1820-1880 M 1820-1880    Pos 5007

Aghacross

C of I  ILC        See Clenore

Aghada         

C of I  NLI B 1730-1921 M 1730-1921 D 1730-1924  MFC1/020/30/36

R C  NLI B 1815-1880 M 1838-1880    Pos 4990

Aghadown

C of I  PRONI  B 1751-1879  M 1782-1856 D 1808-1879  Lost in 1922

Aglish

C of I  PRONI B 1834-1871 M 1840- D 1840-1871  Lost in 1922

Ahern

C of I  RCB B 1763-1897 M 1782-1845 D 1797-1897  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1846-1980    P 887

Aghinagh         

C of I  PRONI B 1791-1888 M 1796-1850 D 1803-1889  Lost in 1922

R C  MHC B 1848-1895  M 1858-1895

R C  NLI B 1848-1880      Pos 5001

Allihies

R C  NLI B 1822-1880 M 1823-1880    Pos 4286

Annakissy          

R C  MHC B 1805-1895 M 1806-1875

R C  NLI  B 1806-1880 M 1805-1880    Pos 5001

Ardagh

C of I  PRONI  B 1836-1871      Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  M  1851-1869    P 834

Ardfield

C of I  PRONI B 1832-1879 M 1843- D 1834-1836  Lost in 1922

Ardgroom

C of I  ILC        See Chapel of Ease Berehaven

Ardnageehy

C of I  PRONI B 1815-1877 M 1806-1871 D 1806-1876  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   B 1851-1856 M 1878-1997  P 885

Ashfield & Rathberry

R C  NLI B 1801-1876 M 1800-1880    Pos 4771

Athnowen & Kilnaglory

C of I  PRONI B 1771-1876 M 1770-1856 D 1774-1876  Lost in 1922

Athowen

C of I  RCB B 1871-1972  M 1853-1970 D 1871-1979  P 693

Aughadown

R C  NLI B 1822-1880  M 1822-1865    Pos 4775

Ballinaboy

C of I  PRONI B 1814-1882 M 1820-1850 D 1815-1883  Lost in 1922

Ballinadee

C of I  RCB B 1878-2006 M 1845-2007 D 1878-1982  P 139

Ballingarry         

R C  ILC  B1836-1880

R C  NLI B 1836-1878 M 1836-1878    Pos 4801

Ballincollig Military Barracks

C of I  RCB B 1810-1921 M 1823-1842 D 1813-1882

Ballincollig

R C  NLI B 1820-1880  M 1825-1880    Pos 4791

Ballintemple

C of I  NLI B 1805-1844 M 1805-1843 D 1803-1844  MFC1/013

Ballintemple or Churchtown

C of I  PRONI B 1836-1894      See Ballycotton/Lisgoole

Ballyclough         

C of I  NLI B 1795-1900 M 1798-1848 D 1796-1901

R C  MHC B 1807-1896 M 1805-1896

R C  NLI B 1807-1880 M 1805-1867    Pos 5009

Ballycotten

C of I  RCB B 1836-1896 M 1844-1847  D 1836-1838  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1896-1976 M 1847-1951    P 383

Ballycrana

C of I  ILC        See Lisgoole

Ballydehob

C of I  ILC B 1826-1875      See Chapel of Ease Skull

Ballydelougher

C of I  ILC        See Kilroan

Ballydesmond

R C  NLI        No records microfilmed

Ballyfeard

C of I  NLI        MFC1/019 See Nohoval

Ballyfoyle

C of I  ILC        See Tracton

Ballincollig

C of I  ILC        No records listed

Ballinhassig

R C  NLI B 1821-1880 M 1821-1880    Pos 4795/6

Ballyhea         

C of I  ILC B 1728-1875 M 1728-1845 D 1728-1875

R C  MHC B 1809-1899 M 1811-1899

R C  NLI B 1809-1880 M 1811-1880    Pos 4991/4999

Ballyhooley

C of I  RCB B 1788-1887 M 1802-1843 D 1788-1892  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1850-1954    P 884

Ballymacoda & Ladybridge         

R C  MHC B 1835-1899  M 1836-1899

R C  NLI B 1835-1880 M 1835-18879    Pos 4991

Ballymartyle         

C of I  RCB B 1779-1868 M 1846-1981 D 1800-1876

R C  ILC B 1830-1880

R C  NLI B 1841-1859 M 1841-1860    Pos 4801

Ballymodan Bandon         

C of I  NLI B 1695-1878 M 1695-1858 D 1695-1878  MFC1/030

C of I  RCB B 1695-1878 M 1695-1996 D 1695-1878  P 140

Methodist  PRONI B 1824-1844      MIC 429/1/29

Ballymoe

C of I  RCB B 1883-1917 M 1858-1948 D 1886-1950  P 886

Ballymoney         

C of I  NLI B 1805-1871 M 1805-1874 D 1805-1873  MFC1/019

C of I  PRONI B 1695-1987 M 1695-1996  D 1695-1756

C of I  RCB B 1805-1937 M 1805-1983  D 1806-2000  P 779

Ballynoe

C of I  PRONI B 1653-1882  D  1853-1876  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1883-1917 M 1858-1948 D 1886-1960

Ballyoughtera

C of I  ILC        See Castlemartyr

Ballyspillane

C of I  ILC        See Inchinabackey

Ballyvourney         

C of I  PRONI B 1838-1882 M 1840-1845 D 1849-1869  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1882-1936 M 1845-1935    P 131

R C  MHC B 1822-1829  M 1871-1895

R C  NLI B 1825-1829      Pos 5007

Bandon

C of I  RCB        See Ballmodan & Kilbrogan

R C  NLI B 1794-1880 M 1794-1880    Pos 4793/4

Banteer         

R C  MHC  B 1828-1899  M 1828-1899

R C  NLI B 1847-1880 M 1847-1880    Pos 5011

Bantry

C of I  ILC        See Kilmocomogue

R C  NLI B 1788-1880 M 1788-1880    Pos 4802/3

Barnahely

C of I  ILC        See Tracton

Berehaven         

C of I  NLI B 1787-1872 M 1784-1874 D 1796-1873  MFC1/025

C of I  RCB B 1787-1843 M 1805-1947  D 1796-2000  P 788

Berehaven Mines

C of I  ILC        See Berehaven

Blackrock         

C of I  RCB B 1828-1897 M 1828-1981 D 1830-1946  MC 292 P 262

C of I  NLI St Michaels  B 1828-1872 M 1828-1844 D 1828-1871  MFC1/019

R C  CCAP B 1848-1899 M 1848-1899

R C  NLI B 1810-1880 M 1810-1880    Pos 4791

Blarney         

R C  MHC B 1820-1896 M 1879-1895

R C  NLI B 1791-1880 M 1778-1880    Pos 5006/7

Bonane

C of I  ILC        see Glengarriff

Bregogue

C of I  ILC        See Buttervant

Brigown         

C of I  NLI B 1751-1870 M 1755-1848  D1775-1871  MFC1/021

C of I  RCB B 1775-1839 M 1775-1948 D 1775-1839  P 881

Bridgetown & Kilcummer

C of I  PRONI B 1856-1871      See Castletownroche Lost in 1922

Brinny         

C of I  NLI B 1797-1884 M 1797-1844 D 1797-1884  MFC1/028

C of I  RCB B 1797-2000 M 1797-2004 D 1797-2001  P 141

Britway

C of I  ILC        See Ahern

Bruhenny

C of I  ILC        See Churchtown

Buncurran

C of I          No records listed

Buttervant Garrison

C of I  RCB B 1917-1922      Also in UK National Archives

Buttervant         

C of I  PRONI B 1768-1873 M 1757-1845 D 1773-1878  Lost in 1922

R C  MHC B 1814-1895 M 1820-1896

R C  NLI B 1814-1879 M 1814-1880    Pos 4998

Caheragh         

C of I  NLI B 1836-1871 M 1837-1843 D 1860-1878  MFC1/019

C of I  RCB B 1836-2001 M 1837-1853 D 1846-2000  P 213

R C  NLI B 1818-1880 M 1818-1880    Pos 4799

Caherultan

C of I  ILC        See Castlemartyr

Cahirduggan

C of I  ILC        See Buttervant

Cannaway

C of I  RCB B 1815-1876 M 1817-1845 D 1830-1834  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1845-1872

Carrigaline         

C of I  NLI B 1724-1871 M 1724-1871 D 1808-1871  MFC1/019

C of I  RCB B 1724-1756 M 1726-1792    P 185

R C  NLI B 1826-1880 M 1826-1880    Pos 4790

Carrigamleary

C of I  PRONI B 1799-1876  D  1848-1881  Lost in 1922

Carrigdownane

C of I  ILC        See Nathlash

Carrigrohane

C of I  RCB B 1820-1985 M 1829-1955 D 1827-1953  P 694

Carrigrohanebeg

C of I  ILC        See Carrigrohane

Carrigtwohill         

C of I  NLI B 1776-1875 M 1779-1875 D 1776-1843  MFC1/024

C of I  RCB B 1776-1988 M 1779-11981 D 1776-1983  P 305

R C  MHC B 1817-1899 M 1818-1892

R C  NLI B 1817-1880 M 1817-1878    Pos 4989

Castlehaven         

C of I  PRONI B 1782-1876 M 1782-1844 D 1784-1876  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1877-1898 M 1845-1953 D 1877-2001  P 814

R C  NLI  B 1842-1880      Pos 4774

Castlehyde

C of I  ILC        See Litter

Castlelyons         

C of I  PRONI B 1723-1885 M 1723-1846 D 1723-1885  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1909-1952 M 1846-1953 D 1890-1973  P 882

R C  MHC B 1791-1892 M 1830-1896

R C  NLI B 1791-1880 M 1830-1880    Pos 4994

Castlelmagner         

C of I  PRONI B 1818-1905 M 1809-1844 D 1809-1906  Lost in 1922

R C  MHC B 1832-1899 M 1832-1885

R C  NLI B 1832-1880 M 1832-1880    Pos 5009

Castlemartyr

C of I  PRONI B 1768-1876 M 1769-1845 D 1772-1877  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1879-1999   D 1878-2001  P 007 See Ightermurragh

Castletownberehaven

C of I  ILC        See Berehaven

Castletownbere

R C  NLI B 1819-1878 M 1819-1880    Pos 4284

Castletownroche         

C of I  PRONI B 1728-1928 M 1728-1803 D 1733-1803  Some records in NAI & in Local custody

R C  MHC B 1810-1899 M 1811-1899

R C  NLI B 1811-1866 M 1811-1880    Pos 4995/6

Castletownsend

C of I  ILC        See Castlehaven

Castleventry

C of I  PRONI B 1825-1875 M 1825-1845 D 1825-1875  Lost in 1922

Catherlog

C of I  ILC        See Rathcooney

C of I  RCB   M 1870-1955    P 304/1013

Charleville         

C of I  ILC        See Ballyhay

R C  MHC B 1842-1895 M 1774-1895

R C  NLI  B 1827-1880 M 1774-1880    Pos 45001/2

Churchtown / Bruhenny

C of I  PRONI B 1806-1865 M 1808-1845  D 1826-1872  Lost in 1922

Clear

C of I  RCB   M 1856-1893    P 816

Clear Island

C of I  ILC        See Clear & Kilcoe

Clenor

C of I  PRONI B 1813-1876 M 1814-1842 D 1814-1865  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1846-1880    P 900

Clonakilty

C of I  ILC        See Kilgariffe

R C  NLI B 1809-1873 M 1811-1880    Pos 4772

Clondrohid         

C of I  PRONI B 1770-1883 M 1770-1846 D 1778-1884  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1848-1884    P 132

R C  MHC B 1807-1893 M 1822-1894

R C  NLI B 1807-1880  M 1822-1880    Pos 5002/3

Clondulane

C of I  PRONI B 1812-1873 M 1812-1858 D 1812-1876  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1848-1889    P 897

Clonfert Newmarket

C of I  PRONI B 1771-1875 M 1771-1844 D 1771-1875

Clonmeenn

C of I  PRONI B 1764-1881   D 1764-1880  Lost in 1922

Clonmel Cobh / Queenstown

C of I  NLI B 1761-1870 M 1761-1845 D 1761-1870  MFC1/025/26/28/29+F1660

C of I  RCB B 1761-1906 M 1761-1957 D 1761-1904

Clonmult

C of I  PRONI B 1859-1873      Lost in 1922

Clonpriest

C of I  PRONI B 1833-1866 M 1834-1837  D 1838-1867  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  M  1851-1870    P 606

Clontead

C of I  ILC        See Tracton

Clonuntead

R C  NLI B 1836-1880 M 1836-1880    Pos 4801

Cloyne         

C of I  NLI B 1708-1871 M 1708-1845 D 1708-1871  MFC1/030

C of I  RCB B 1855-1863      P 290

R C  MHC B 1802-1899 M 1802-1899

R C  NLI B 1791-1878 M 1786-1880    Pos 4989/90

Cobh – Queenstown         

C of I  ILC        See Clonmel

R C  MHC B 1812-1891  M 1812-1899

R C  NLI B 1812-1880      Pos 4986/7

Conna         

R C  MHC B 1832-1895

R C  NLI B 1814-1880  M 1845-1880    Pos 4996

Coole

C of I  ILC        See Castlelyons

Corbally

C of I  ILC        See Carrigrohane

Cork         

C of I  NLI No records listed       MFC1/

C of I  NLI B 1725-1870 M 1726-1845 D 1726-1870  MFC1/023/24/25

C of I RCB  Christ Church  No records listed      MS

C of I RCB Cork Mental Hospital         No records listed

C of I RCB Garrison Chapel  B 1854-1865  D  1867-1962  P 866

C of I RCB  Holy Trinity B 1643-1976 M 1646-1976 D 1644-1978  P 527

C of I NIL Holy Trinity Christ Church  B 1644-1871 M 1643-1845 D 1644-1885  MFC1/021/22/23

C of I PRONI St Edmund  B 1865-1876      Lost in 1922

C of I RCB St Finbarre  B 1753-1897  M 1752-2002 D 1755-1787  P 497

C of I RCB  St John B 1891-1960 M 1937-1958    P 343

C of I PRONI St Lappan  B 1866-1882      Lost in 1922

C of I RCB  St Luke  1837-1977  1837-1978    P 642

C of I NLI St Luke St Anne Shandon  B 1837-1874 M 1837-1845    MCF1/027

C of I RCB St Michaels         No records listed

C of I RCB St Nicholas   B 1723-1993 M 1723-1996 D 1726-1949  P 498

C of I RCB St Paul  B 1879-1946 M 1845-1942 D 1881-1882  P 349

C of I RCB  St Peter B 1873-1949 M 1845-1948 D 1877-1881  P 342

Methodist PRONI  Cork & Cove Circuit B 1842-1844      MIC 429/1/530-531

Presbyterian  PRONI   No records listed     CR/5/29

Presbyterian  IHPS   Trinity      No records listed

Presbyterian IHPS  Queen Street       No records listed

R C  CCAP B 1748-1899  M 1831-1899

R C  CCAP B 1756-1900  M 1756-1900

R C  CCAP B 1831-1899 M 1831-1899

R C NLI St Finbarre  B 1756-1880 M 1753-1880    Pos 4778/9/80

R C NLI St Mary’s  B 1748-1880  M 1748-1880    Pos 4781/2/3/4/5

R C NLI  St Patrick’s  B 1831-1880 B1832-1880    Pos 4788

R C NLI  St Peter & Pau’ls B 1766-1880 M 1766-1880    Pos 4785/6/7/

Corkbeg

C of I  NLI B 1836-1872 M 1838-1850 D 1836-1874  MFC1/036

Creagh

C of I  PRONI B 1809-1897 M 1812-1845 D1812-1875  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1845-1946    P 815

Crookhaven

C of I  ILC        See Kilmoe

Crosshaven

C of I  RBC   M 1852-1890    See Templebredy

Cullen

C of I  ILC        See Drishane & Dromtarriff

C of I  NLI B 1847-1875   D 1846-1856  MFC1/019 See Templebredy

Curriglass

C of I  ILC        See Mogealy

Currykippane

C of I  ILC        See Carrigrohane

Desert

C of I  ILC        See Kilgarriffe

Desarterges         

C of I  NLI B 1811-1873 M 1811-1845 D 1811-1872  MFC1/027/28

C of I  RCB B 1811-1986 M 1812-1956 D 1822-1999  P 776

R C  NLI B 1817-1880 M 1813-1880    Pos4798

Desertmore

C of I  PRONI B 1817-1876 M 1817-1852 D 1819-1876  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1842-1972    P 692

R C  MHC  B 1803-1895  M 17690-1899

R C  NLI B 1803-1880 M 1790-1880    Pos 5003/4

Dingen Donovan

C of I  ILC        See Killeagh

Doneraile & Templeroan

C of I  PRONI B 1730-1876 M 1730-1845 D 1730-1865  Lost in 1922

Doneraile         

R C  MHC B 1815-1900  M 1815-1900

R C  NLI B 1815-1880 M 1815-1880    Pos 5000

Donoughmore

C of I  ILC        See Abbeymahon

C of I  PRONI B 1824-1898 M 1833-1844 D 1835-1899  Lost in 1922

Douglas         

C of I  NLI B 1789-1872 M 1792-1845 D 1789-1871  MFC1/029

C of I  RCB B 1789-1818 M 1792-1893 D 1790-  P 331

R C  NLI B 1812-1880 M 1812-1880    Pos 4790

Drimoleague         

C of I  NLI B 1802-1871 M 1802-1811 D 1802-1872  MFC1/031 See Dromduleague

R C  NLI B 1817-1880 M 1817-1880    Pos 4801

Drinagh

C of I  PRONI B 1820-1875 M 1820-1845 D 1855-  Lost in 1922

Drishane

C of I  PRONI B 1792-1877 M 1792-1847 D 1893-1876  Lost in 1922

Dromdaleague

C of I  ILC B 1812-1875 M 1812-1844 D 1812-1875

Dromtarriffe         

C of I  PRONI B 1825-1878 M 1828-1872 D 1828-1874  Lost in 1922

R C  KGC B 1832-1884 M 1832-1884

R C  NLI B 1832-1880 M 1832-1880    Pos 4264

Drumdownet

C of I  ILC        See Ballyclough

Dunbulloge

C of I  ILC        See St Pater’s Cork

Dunderrow

C of I  PRONI B 1805-1876 M 1799-1844 D 1823-1873  Lost in 1922

Dungourney

C of I  PRONI B 1817-1899 M  1821-1844  D 1819-1898  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1850-1954    P 292

Duniskey

C of I  ILC        See St Pater’s Cork

Dunmanway

C of I  ILC        See Fanlobbus

Dunmanway

R C  NLI B 1818-1880 M 1818-1880    Pos 4805

Durrus

C of I  PRONI B 1797-1903 M 1798-1845 D 1797-1903  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1903-1997 M 1845-1956 D 1930-2000  P 711

Enniskeen

R C  NLI B 1815-1880 M 1813-1880    Pos 4798

Eyeries

R C  NLI B 1843-1880 M 1824-1880    Pos 4286

Fanlobbus

C of I  PRONI B 1773-1877 M 1775-1845 D 1775-1877  Lost in 1922

Farahy

C of I  PRONI B 1765-1877 M 1784-1845 D 1810-1877  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1877-1984 M 1845-1967 D 1878-1973  P 883

Fermoy Garrison

C of I  RCB B 1920-1921

Fermoy         

C of I  NLI  B 1802-1873 M 1803-1845 D 1805-1871  MFC1/025

C of I  RCB B 1838-1914 M 1838-1956 D 1844-2000  P 894

R C  MHC B 1827-1890 M 1826-1899

R C  NLI  B 1828-1880 M 1828-1880    Pos 4993/4

Fermoy & Mallow

Methodist  PRONI B 1839-1844      MIC 429/1/545

Frankfield

C of I  PRONI B 1838-1876 M 1838-1845 D 1846-1876  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB    M 1847-1955    P 330

Freemount         

R C  MHC B 1827-1896 M 1923-1895

R C  NLI B 1827-1880 M 1827-1880    Pos 5008

Garrane-Kinnefeakke

C of I  PRONI B 1850-1882   D 1875-1876  Lost in 1922

Garrycloyne

C of I  PRONI B 1799-1876 M 1802-1843 D 1799-1876  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  M  1846-1955    P 690

Garrynoe

C of I  ILC        See Desertsarges

Garryvoe

C of I  ILC        See Kilcredan

Glandore

C of I  ILC        See Myross

Glanmire         

C of I  ILC        See Rathcooney

R C  ILC B 1842-1871 M 1842-1871

R C  NLI B 1818-1841 M 1818-1880    Pos 4789/90

Glanworth

C of I  PRONI B 1808-1877  D  1847-1874  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1846-1881    P 841

Glanworth & Ballydangan         

R C  MHC B 1836-1899  M 1836-1899

R C  NLI  B 1836-1880  M 1836-1880    Pos 4996

Glengarriffe

C of I  RCB B 1863-1969 M 1864-1985    P 712

Glengarriffe & Bonane

R C  NLI B 1846-1880 M 1847-1880    Pos 4288

Glouthane         

R C  MHC B 1829-1895 M 1858-1895

R C  NLI B 1829-1880 M 1864-1880    Pos 4789 / 5008

Gortroe

C of I  RCB B 1803-1865 M 1806-1872    P 896

Grenagh

C of I  ILC        See Garrycloyne

Ightermurragh

C of I  PRONI B 1820-1871 M 1826-1864 D 1851-  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1868-1870    P 837

Imogeela         

R C  MHC B 1835-1899 M 1834-1899

R C  NLI B 1833-1880 M 1833-1879    Pos 4991

Imphrick

C of I  ILC        See Lisgoole

Inch

C of I  PRONI  B 1836-1878 M 1836-1869  D 1836-1878  Lost in 1922

Inchigeelagh

C of I  PRONI B 1817-1874 M 1812-1841 D 1826-1870  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1900-  M 1845-1884    P 133

Inchinabackey

C of I  PRONI B 1841-1860 M 1841-1845 D 1843-1859  Lost in 1922

Inniscarra         

C of I  NLI B 1820-1882 M 1820-1844 D 1820-1882  MFC1/025

C of I  RCB   M 1845-1953    P 688

R C  MHC B 1814-1895 M 1814-1899

R C  NLI B 1814-1879 M 1814-1880    Pos 5005/6

Inishannon         

C of I  NLI B 1696-1871 M 1696-1871  D 1693-1844  MFC1/028/29

C of I  RCB B 1693-1844 M 1693-2007 D 1693-1844  P 142

R C  NLI B 1825-1880 M 1825-1880    Pos 4797

Inniskenny

C of I  PRONI B 1809-1897 M 1808-1864  D 1816-1894  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1897-1915 M 1845-1885 D 1900-1938  P 687

Island

C of I  ILC        See Kilgarriffe

Iveleary

R C  NLI B 1816-1880 M 1816-1880    Pos 4794/5

Kanturk         

C of I  ILC B 1818-1877 M 1819-1843 D 1820-1824

R C  MHC B 1822-1899 M 1816-1899

R C  NLI B 1822-1880 M 1824-1880    Pos 5008

Kilbolane

C of I  ILC        See Knocktemple

Kilbonane

C of I  PRONI B 1833-1878 M 1836-1845    Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1869-2000 M 1845-2007    P 656

Kilbrin & Liscarroll

C of I  PRONI B 1809-1899 M 1805-1845 D 1809-1898  Lost in 1922

Kilbrittain         

C of I  RCB  B 1832-1876  D  1830-1868  MC 290 P 143

R C  NLI B 1810-1880 M 1810-1880    Pos 4796

Kilbrogan         

C of I  NLI B 1752-1871 M 1753-1845 D 1707-1877  MFC1/029/31

C of I  RCB B 1752-1973  M 1753-1969 D 1754-1992  P 144

Kilbrowney

C of I  ILC        See Buttervant

Kilcaskin

C of I  PRONI B 1830-1876 M 1830-1852 D 1835-1876  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1847-1929    P 741

Kilcatherine

C of I  ILC        See Berehaven

Kilcredan

C of I  RCB B 1884-1914   D 1884-1946  P 604

Kilcoan

C of I ILC        See Killaspugmullane

Kilcoe

C of I  PRONI B 1830-1891 M 1830-1844 D 1830-1892  Lost in 1922

Kilcolman

C of I  ILC        See Magourney

Kilcredan

C of I  PRONI B 1802-1882 M 1809-1847 D 1820-1861  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  B 1882-1914   D 1884-1946

Kilcrumper

C of I  ILC        See Kilworth

Kilcully

C of I  ILC B 1844-1880

Kilcummer

C of I  ILC        See Bridgetown & Castletownroche

Kilcurfin

C of I  PRONI        See Carrigtohill

Kildorrery         

C of I  ILC        See Nashlash

R C  MHC B 1824-1899 M 1803-1899

R C  NLI  B 1824-1853 M 1803-1880    Pos 4994

Kilfaughnabeg

C of I  PRONI B 1837-1877 M 1843-1844 D 1838-1856  Lost in 1922

Kilgararriffe

C of I  RCB B 1882-2000 M 1845-1997  D 1879-2000  P 665

Kilgoban

C of I  ILC        See Balinadee

C of I  PRONI B 1700-1876 M 1700-1845 D 1700-1876  Lost in 1922

Kilkerranmore

C of I  ILC        See Castleventry

Killaconenagh

C of I  ILC        See Berehaven

Killanully

C of I  PRONI B 1831-1877 M 1838-1877 D 1836-1877  Lost in 1922

Killaspugmullane

C of I  PRONI B 1840-1872 M 1842-1854 D 1843-1852  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1848-1988    P 889

Killathy

C of I  ILC        See Ballyhooley

Killeagh         

C of I  RCB B 1782-1971 M 1776-1963 D 1782-1993  P 413

R C  MHC B 1829-1896 M 1825-1897

R C  NLI B 1829-1880 M 1822-1880    Pos 4992

Killowen          

C of I  NLI B 1833-1874   D 1851-1972  MFC1/028

C of I  RCB B 1833-1983 M 1850-1987  D 1851-2000  P 777

Kilmacabea

C of I  PRONI B 1826-1879 M 1826-1845 D 1859-1868  Lost in 1922 See Myross Bridge

R C  NLI B 1832-1880 M 1832-1880    Pos 4771

Kilmacdonagh

C of I  ILC        See Kilcredan

Kilmahon

C of I  PRONI B 1773-1866 M 1806-1844 D 1773-1872  Lost in 1922

Kilmaloda

C of I  PRONI B 1803-1903 M 1800-1845  D 1803-1903  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1904-1999 M 1905-1923 D 1907-2000  P 799

Kilmanagh

C of I  ILC        See Berehaven

Kilmeen

C of I  ILC        See Dromtarriff

C of I  RCB  B 1806-1998 M 1806-1952 D 1844-2000  P 778

Kilmeen & Castleventry

R C  NLI B  1821-1880      Pos 4772

Kilmichael

C of I  PRONI B 1799-1879 M 1799-1830 D 1801-1876  Lost in 1922

Kilmichael

R C  NLI B 1819-1880 M 1819-1880    Pos 4797/8

Kilmocomogue

C of I  PRONI B 1800-1880 M 1801-1844 D 1800-1879  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1880-2000 M 1845-1957 D 1880-2000  P 710

Kilmoney

C of I  ILC        See Tracton

Kilmonoge

C of I  ILC        See Nohaval

Kilmore

C of I  PRONI B 1785-1881 M 1793-1847  D 1794-1858  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1880-1895 M 1845-1986 D 1882-2014

Kilmurry         

C of I  PRONI B 1841-1877   D 1850-1878  Lost in 1922 See Moviddy

C of I  RCB B 1878-1999 M 1848-2007 D 1879-1999  P 135

R C  NLI B 1876-1880 M 1803-1880    Pos 4803

Kilnaglory

C of I  ILC        See Athnowen

Kilnagross

C of I  RCB    D  1877-1991  P 666

Kilnamanagh

C of I  RCB        No records listed

Kilnemartyra         

C of I  PRONI B 1814-1864 M 1829-1843 D 1815-1873  Lost in 1922

R C  MHC B 1803-1894 M 1803-1905

R C  NLI  B 1803-1880 M  1803-1880    Pos 5003

Kilnemanagh

C of I  ILC        See Berehaven

Kilpadder

R C  NLI  M 1858-1869    Pos 5008

Kilpatrick

C of I  ILC        See Tracton

Kilroan

C of I  RCB B 1885-1920  M 1846-1920    P 303 See also Ringrone

Kilroan or Ballydelougher

C of I  PRONI B 1818-1876 M 1820-1865 D 1819-1876  Lost in 1922

Kilshannig         

C of I  NLI B 1731-1877 M 1731-1846 D 1731-1846  MFC1/018/19

R C  NLI B1842-1850      Pos 5008

Kilsillagh

C of I  ILC        See Lislee

Kilteskin

C of I  ILC        See Aghada & Rosetellan

Kilworth         

C of I  PRONI B 1781-1885 M 1778-1841 D 1776-1886  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1887-1970 M 1845-1950  D 1887-1973  P 893

R C  NLI B 1829-1876 M 1829-1880    Pos 4996

Kingston College

C of I Chapel Cork          No records listed

Kingwilliamstown

C of I  ILC        See Drishane

Kinneigh

C of I  PRONI B 1794-1876 M 1845-1894 D 1895-1956  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1876-2000  M 1845-1956 D 1878-2000  P 780

Kinsale         

C of I NLI  St Multose  B 1684-1871 M 1683-1864 D 1685-1872  MFC1/030/31

R C  NLI B 1805-1880 M 1828-1880    Pos 4800/1

Kinure

C of I  ILC        See Tracton

Knockavilly

C of I  NLI B 1837-1883 M 1844-1848    MFC1/028

Knockmourne

C of I  PRONI B 1797-1876  M 1797-1871 D 1797-1877  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   B 1845-1956 M 1882-1995  P 890

Knocktemple & Kilbolane

C of I  PRONI B 1820-1881 M 1824-1844 D 1833-1880  Lost in 1922

Knockvilly

C of I  PRONI B 1837-1876 M 1844-1848    Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1837-1883 M 1844-1881    P 146

Leap

C of I  ILC        See Kilmacabea

Leighmoney

C of I  PRONI B 1830-1878   D 1831-1867  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1869-1943    P 149

Leitrim

C of I  ILC        See Kilworth

Liscarroll         

C of I  ILC        See Kilbrin

R C  MHC B 1812-1895 M 1813-1895

R C  NLI  B 1812-1880 M 1813-1880    Pos 4999

Lisgoole

C of I  PRONI B 1847-1871   D 1849-1875  Lost in 1922

R C  NLI B 1807-1880 M 1821-1880    Pos 4991

Lislee         

C of I  NLI B 1809-1890  M1809-1844 D 1823-1889  MFC1/018/20

C of I  PRONI B 1735-1825 M  1741-1816 D 1740-1805  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1809-1997 M 1809-1955  D 1825-1999  P 667

R C  NLI B 1804-1873 M 1771-1873    Pos 4776/7

Litter

C of I  PRONI B 1811-1876 M 1811-1844 D 1811-1877  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1811-1829 M 1826-1914 D 1811-1831  P 888

Little Island

C of I  RCB   M 1958-2006    See Rathcooney

Macloneigh

C of I  ILC        See Kilmichael

Macroney

C of I  ILC        See Kilworth

Macroom         

C of I  RCB B 1727-1990 M 1736-1860 D 1727-1991  P 137

R C  MHC  B 1805-1898 M 1780-1899

R C  NLI B 1805-1880 M 1808-1880    Pos 5004/5

Magourney

C of I  PRONI B 1757-1856 M 1756-1844 D 1758-1876  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1757-1973 M 1756-1982  D 1758-1971  P 691

Mallow         

C of I  NLI B 1793-1871 M 1793-1863 D 1793-1871  MFC1/018/19

R C  MHC B 1809-1899 M 1758-1900

R C  NLI  B 1809-1880 M 1857-1880    Pos 4887/8

Marmullane         

C of I  NLI B 1801-1873 M 1797-1843 D 1801-1873  MFC1/029/32

C of I  RCB B 1842-1873 M 1802-1954 D 1803-1873  P 197

Marmullane Glenbrook

C of I  RCB  No records listed      P 927

Marshalstown

C of I  PRONI B 1831-1886 M 1832-1844 D 1849-1869  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1805-1819 M 1845-1903    P 898

Mattehy

C of I  ILC        See Inniscarra

Midleton         

C of I  RCB B 1699-1881 M 1728-1823 D 1696-1877  P 295

R C  MHC  B 1819-1899 M 1810-1899

R C  NLI B 1819-1880  M 1819-1880    Pos 4986

Millstreet

C of I  ILC        See Drishane

R C  NLI B 1853-1880 M 1855-1880    Pos 4267

Mitchelstown         

C of I  ILC        See Brigtown

R C  MHC B 1792-1899 M 1815-1899

R C  NLI B 1792-1880 M 1822-1880    Pos 4992/3

Mogeely

C of I  PRONI B 1760-1875  M 1760-1848 D 1760-1845  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1894-1952 M 1846-1932 D1893-1953  P 895

Mogeesha

C of I  PRONI B 1852-1875      Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1857-1902

Monanimy

C of I  PRONI  B 1812-1876 M 1814-1865 D 1824-1878  Lost in 1922

Monkstown         

C of I  NLI B 1842-1873 M 1841-1844 D 1842-1903  MFC1/030

R C  NLI B 1875-1880 M 1875-1880    Pos 4791

Moore Park

C of I  RCB        No Records listed

Mourneabbey         

C of I  PRONI B 1807-1877 M 1811-1845 D 1807-1877  Lost in 1922

R C  MHC B 1829-1895 M 1829-1895

R C  NLI B 1829-1880 M 1829-1880    Pos 4999

Moviddy

C of I  PRONI B 1813-1885 M 1813-1845 D 1812-1886  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1877-1960 M 1848-1955 D 1878-1999  P 138

Muinterverra

R C  NLI B 1820-1860 M 1819-1880    Pos 4799

Murragh         

C of I  NLI B 1750-1876 M 1739-1876 D 1784-1876  MFC1/027

C of I  RCB B 1750-2000  M 1739-1955 D 1789-1992  P 775

R C  NLI B 1834-1864 M 1834-1880    Pos 4796

Myross

C of I  PRONI B 1805-1886 M 1806-1844 D 1812-1885  Lost in 1922

Nathlash

C of I  PRONI B 1812-1876 M 1813-1866 D 1813-1873  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   B 1848-1870 M 1844-1936  P 892

Newmarket         

C of I  ILC        See Clonfert

R C  MHC B 1833-1899 M 1822-1899

R C  NLI  B 1821-1880  M 1822-1880    Pos 5010/11

Nohavel

C of I  ILC B 1785-1879M  1785-1845 D 1784-1879

C of I  NLI B 1846-1870   D 1846-1875  MFC1/019

Ovens

C of I  ILC        See Athnowen

R C  NLI B 1816-1877 M 1816-1877    Pos 4795

Passage West

C of I  ILC        See Marmullane & Monkstown

R C  NLI B 1795-1880  M 1813-1880    Pos 4791/2

Queenstown/Cobh

C of I  ILC        See Clonmel

Rahan

C of I  PRONI B 1773-1870 M 1776-1869 D 1773-1871  Lost in 1922

Rath & The Islands

R C  NLI B 1818-1880 M 1819-1880    Pos 4773/4

Rathbarry

C of I  PRONI B 1825-1876 M 1832-1844 D 1824-1875  Lost in 1922

Rathclaren

C of I  RCB B 1780-1875 M 1780-2007 D 1792-1999  MC 290 P 148

Rathcooney         

C of I  NLI  B1750-1871 M 1749-1849 D 1750-1853  MFC1/024/25

C of I  RCB B 1759-1897 M 1749-1954 D 1750-1853  MC 291 P 302

Rathcormac         

C of I  PRONI B 1804-1875 M 1804-1845 D 1804-1875  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1829-1990 M 1845-1990 D 1805-1991  P 602

R C  NLI  B 1792-1880 M 1829-1866    Pos 4995

Rathdowlan

C of I  ILC        See Ballinadee

Rathgoggan

C of I  ILC        See Ballyhay

Rincurran

C of I  RCB B 1794-1990 M 1793-1956 D 1827-1875

Ringrone & Kilroan

C of I  PRONI B 1698-1877 M 1764-1844 D 1698-1875  Lost in 1922

Ringrone

R C  NLI B 1819-1880 M 1819-1880    Pos 4802

Rock & Meelin         

R C  MHC B 1866-1899 M 1867-1899

R C  NLI B 1866-1880 M 1866-1880    Pos 5009

Rockmills

C of I  ILC        See Nathlash

Roskeen

C of I  ILC        See Clonmeen

Rosscarbery         

C of I  NLI B 1690-1871 M 1704-1846 D 1696-1879  MFC1/019

R C  MHC B 1792-1899  M 1829-1899

R C  NLI B 1814-1880 M 1820-1880    Pos 4773

Ross

C of I ILC Cathedral B 1690-1879 M 1690-1845 D1690-1878

Rostellan

C of I  PRONI B 1838-1861  M 1841-1844    See Garrane Kinnefeake

Runcurran

C of I  NLI B 1793-1870 M 1793-1829 D 1849-1872  MFC1/030

Rushbrook

C of I  RCB B 1866-1887 M 1867-1953

Schull         

C of I  ILC B 1830-1879 M 1880-1845 D 1830-1882

C of I  NLI B 1826-1873      MFC1/025

C of I  RCB B 1880-1962 M 1845-2005 D 1882-2015

R C  NLI B 1807-1880 M 1809-1880    Pos 4804/5

Schull West

R C  NLI B 1827-1880 M 1827-1880    Pos 4800

Shandon         

C of I NLI B 1772-1871 M 1772-1845 D 1779-1882  MFC1/025/26/27

C of I NLI B 1802-1861 M 1802-1840  D 1802-1861  MFC1/022

C of I NLI  St Anne Foundling Hospital B 1818-1843 M 1811-1845    MFC1/027

C of I NLI  St Anne Garrison Chapel B 1854-1871      MFC1/027

C of I RCB  St Anne Shandon B 1772-1997 M 1772-1956 D 1779-1960  P 537

C of I  RCB  St Catherine & Mary  B 1671-1989  M 1669-1985 D 1684-1861  P 536

Shandrum         

C of I  PRONI B 1831-1849  D  1833-1850  Lost in 1922

R C  MHC B 1873-1895 M 1793-1896

R C  NLI B 1829-1880      Pos 5001

Skibbereen         

C of I  ILC        See Abbeystrewry & Creagh

Methodist  PRONI  B1833-1844      MIC 429/1/500

R C  NLI B 1814-1880 M 1837-1880    Pos 4774/5

Subwalter

C of I  ILC        No records listed

Spike Island Garrison

C of I  RCB B 1924-1936

Templebodan

C of I  ILC        See Clonmult

Templebredy

C of I  PRONI B 1830-1877 M 1830-1845 D 1830-1877  Lost in 1922

Templebyran

C of I  ILC        No records listed

Templeenacarriga

C of I  RCB B 1885-   D 1883-1932  P 296

Templemalus

C of I  PRONI B 1834-1899  M 1842- D 1834-1880  Lost in 1922 See Kilnagross

Templemartin         

C of I  NLI B 1845-1879   D 1845-1879  MFC1/024

C of I  PRONI B 1806-1879 M 1808-1845 D 1810-1879  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1845-1999 M 1845-2006 D 1845-1999  P 655

Templemichael

C of I  PRONI B 1813-1878 M 1814-1845 D 1833-1847  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1845-1853    P 149

Templemologgy

C of I  ILC        See Clenore

Templenacarriga

C of I  PRONI B 1702-1878 M 1707-1841 D  1715-1877  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1885 only    1883-1932

Templequinlan

C of I  ILC        See Kilnagross & Tim

Templeroan

C of I  ILC        See Doneraile

Templerobin

C of I  ILC        See Clonmel

Templetrine

C of I  PRONI B 1822-1878 M 1822-1845 D 1822-1877  Lost in 1922

Templeusque

C of I  ILC        See Kilroan Ballydelougher

Tempol-na-mboct

C of I  RCB B 1881-2007 M 1866-2003 D 1859-2015  Also known as Altar

Timoleague         

C of I  PRONI B 1823-1877 M 1823-1877 D 1823-1876  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1823-2000 M 1823-1953 D 1823-2000  P 222

R C  NLI B 1842-1880  M 1843-1880    Pos 4773

Tracton

C of I  PRONI B 1785-1878 M 1793-1845 D 1785-1875  Lost in 1922

Tracton Abbey

R C  NLI B 1802-1880 M 1840-1880    Pos 4789

Tullagh

C of I  PRONI B 1796-1905 M 1802-1845 D 1803-1903  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1906-1997 M 1847-1938 D 1910-2001  P 817

Tullylease

C of I  PRONI B 1850-1871  D  1872-  Lost in 1922

Wallastown

C of I  PRONI B 1824-1879 M 1825-  D1872-  Lost in 1922

Watergrasshill

R C  NLI B 1836-1880      Pos 4790

Whitechurch

C of I  RCB B 1824-1874 M 1848-1877  D1821-1873  P 967

Youghal         

C of I  NLI B 1665-1871 M 1666-1842 D 1665-1871  MFC1/020

C of I  RCB B 1665-2000 M 1666-1956 D 1666-2001  P 608

C of I RCB  Chapel of Ease   B 1867-1885    P 784

Methodist  PRONI B 1833-1842      MIC 429/1/543

R C  MHC B 1803-1893 M 1802-1899

R C  NLI B 1803-1880 M 1830-1880    Pos 4988/9

County Kerry         

C of I = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church         

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society         

ILC – Local = Records are held locally         

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed         

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland         

R C = Roman Catholic         

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin     

County Kerry       

Parish  Where stored  Baptisms  Marriages  Deaths  File No /Microfilm

Abbeydorney 

R C  KGC B 1835-1900 M 1835-1900

R C  NLI B 1835-1880  M 1837-1880    Pos 4274

Aghadoe

C of I  ILC B 1842-1877 M 1842-1861 D 1845-1877  See Killarney

Aghavallin & Kilconly

C of I  PRONI B 1803-1878 M 1804-1861 D 1803-1878  Lost in 1922 See Listowel

Aglish

C of I  PRONI B 1824-1878 M 1824-1878 D 1835-1876  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1879-1951 M 1854-1880 D 1879-1956

Ardfert          

C of I  RCB   M 1847-1926  D 1920-1973  P 455

R C  KGC B 1859-1900 M 1860-1900

R C  NLI B 1819-1880 M 1825-1880    Pos 4272

Ballanvohir         

C of I  ILC        See Kilgobbin

R C  KGC B 1829-1899 M 1829-1899

R C  NLI  B 1829-1880 M 1829-1880    Pos 4274

Ballinacuslane

C of I  ILC        See Ballycuslane

Ballybunion         

C of I  ILC        See Liselton & Ardfert

C of I  NLI No records listed       MFC! 017

R C  NLI  B 1831-1880 M 1837-1880    Pos 4280

Ballycushlane

C of I  RCB   M 1849-1944    P 756

Ballyheigue          

C of I  RCB B 1879-1922 M 1822-1925 D 1880-1916  P 457

R C  KGC  B 1867-1900 M 1857-1900

R C  NLI B 1857-1880 M 1857-1880    Pos 4273

Ballylongford         

R C  KGC B 1823-1900  M 1823-1900

R C  NLI B 1823-1880  1826-1837  M  Pos 4284

R C  On Line WWW. irishgenealogy.ie

Ballymacelliott         

C of I  NLI B 1817-1856 M 1817-1856 D 1817-1856  MFCI017

C of I  RCB B 1817-1893 M 1817-1955 D 1817-1856  P 458

R C  KGC B 1868-1900 M 1859-1900

R C  NLI B 1868-1880 M 1868-1880    Pos 4273

Ballynacourty

C of I  RCB B 1788-1957 M 1788-1845 D 1788-1954  P 672 See also Kilflynn

Ballynahagish

C of I  PRONI B 1785-1878 M 1785-1844 D 1785-1878

C of I  PRONI B 1813-1878 M 1818-1877 D 1819-1876  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1879-1920   D 1880-1970  P 459

Ballyseedy         

C of I  NLI B 1830-1878   D 1831-1878  MFCI 017

C of I  RCB B 1817-1974 M 1817-1954 D 1820-1848  P 460

Beaufort         

R C  KGC  B 1844-1880 M 1846-1896

R C  NLI B 1844-1880  M 1843-1879    Pos 4265

Blenerville

C of I  ILC        See Ballynahaglish

C of I  RCB B 1844-1849 M 1844-1899 D 1844-1849  P 461

Boherbue

R C  NLI B 1833-1880  M 1863-1880    Pos 4265/6

Bonane & Glengarriff

R C  NLI B 1846-1880  M 1847-1880    Pos 4288

Brosna         

C of I  PRONI B 1841-1877      Lost in 1922

R C  KGC B 1866-1900 M 1880-1900

R C  NLI B 1868-1878      Pos 4283

Caher (Cahir)

C of I  PRONI B 1823-1878 M 1823-1844  D 1823-1913  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B  1878-1947 M 1847-1876    P 071

Cahirciveen         

C of I  ILC        See Caher

R C  KGC B 1863-1900 M 1863-1900

R C  NLI B 1846-1879      Pos 4285

Caherdaniel         

R C  KGC B 1831-1893 M 1831-1893

R C  NLI B 1831-1867 M 1831-1868    Pos 4287

R C  On Line WWW. irishgenealogy.ie

Castlegregory

C of I  ILC        See Killeny

Castleisland         

C of I  RCB B 1835-1947 M 1836-1929  D 1836-1963  P 462

R C  KGC B 1823-1899 M 1823-1899

R C  NLI B 1823-1880 M 1822-1880    Pos 4276

R C  On Line WWW. irishgenealogy.ie

Cloghane

C of I  RCB  M  1847-1865    P 673

Clougherbrien

C of I  ILC        See Ballynahaglish

Currens

C of I  ILC        See Ballymacelligot & Kiltallagh

Dingle         

C of I  RCB B 1701-1997 M 1707-1845 D 1708-2903  P 486

R C  KGC B 1824-1899 M 1860-1900

R C  NLI B 1825-1880 M 1821-1880    Pos 4277/8

R C  On Line WWW. irishgenealogy.ie

Disert

C of I  ILC        See Killentierna & Listowel

Dromod & Prior         

C of I  PRONI  M  1827-1842

C of I  RCB B 1877-1927 M 1827-1943    P 072/165

R C  NLI B 1850-1880 M 1850-1880

Duagh         

C of I  PRONI B 1813-1875 M 1827-1867 D 1821-1872  Lost in 1922

R C  KGC B 1819-1906 M 1827-1911

R C  NLI B 1819-1880 M 1831-1880    Pos 4282

Dunquin

C of I  RCB B 1853-1860  D  1840-1844  PC 78

Dunurlin

C of I  RCB   M 1847-1867    P 675

Finuge

C of I  ILC        See Listowel

Fossa         

R C  KGC B 1857-1900

R C  NLI B 1857-1880 M 1858-1880    Pos 4265

Galey

C of I  ILC        See Listowel

Glenbeigh         

C of I  PRONI B 1848-1976      Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1909-1951 M 1846-1872

R C  KGC B 1825-1837 M 1829-1837

R C  NLI  B 1830-1880 M 1830-1835    Pos 4285

Glenflesk          

R C  KGC  B 1820-1873 M 1831-1848

R C  NLI  B 1821-1873 M 1831-1835    Pos 4266

Keel

C of I  NLI B 1804-1880 M 1804-1880    Pos 4273

Kenmare

C of I  RCB B 1818-1873 M 1819-1950 D 1818-1849  P 254

Kerry & Mines

Methodist PRONI  Mission  B 1838-1845      MIC429/1/541

Kilbonane

C of I  ILC        See Mollahiffe

Kilcarra

C of I  ILC        See Duagh

Kilcolman

C of I  RCB B 1802-1984 M 1793-1930 D 1802-1988

Kilconly

C of I  ILC        See Aghavallin

Kilcredane

C of I  ILC        See Mollahiffe

Kilcrohane

C of I  RCB  M  1846-1930    P 256

Kilcummin         

C of I  ILC        See Killarney

R C  KGC B 1821-1900 M 1823-1859

R C  NLI  B 1821-1880 M 1823-1880    Pos 4265

R C  On Line WWW. irishgenealogy.ie

Kildrum

C of I  ILC        See Ventry

Kilehenny

C of I  NLI  No records listed      MFCI 017

Kilflynn

C of I  RCB B 1887-1972 M 1845-1964    P 464

Kilgarrylander

C of I  ILC        See Kiltallagh

Kilgarvan         

C of I  RCB B 1811-1850 M 1812-1947 D 1819-1960  P 255

R C  KGC B 1841-1895   M 1818-1895

R C  NLI  B 1818-1880 M 1818-1880    Pos 4290

R C  On Line WWW. irishgenealogy.ie

Kilgobbin

C of I  RCB B 1713-1981 M 1713-1855 D 1713-1981  P 678

Killaha

C of I  ILC        See Kilgarvan

Killahan

C of I  ILC        See Kilflynn

Killahiney

C of I  ILC        See Listowel

Killarney          

C of I  PRONI B 1782-1880 M 1784-1845 D 1783-1880  Lost in 1922 See Aghadoe

R C  KGC B 1786-1900  M 1796-1900

R C  NLI  B 1792-1880 M 1792-1880    Pos 4262/4

R C  On Line WWW. irishgenealogy.ie

Killeentierna         

C of I  RCB   M 1845-1874    P 465

R C  KGC B 1801-1920 M 1803-1884

R C  NLI B 1801-1880 M 1803-1880    Pos 4272

Killeehenney

C of I  RCB B 1840-1971      P 463

Killemlogh

C of I  PRONI B 1850-1877   M 1868-  Lost in 1922

Killenear

C of I  ILC        See Kilcolman

Killentierna or Disert

C of I  PRONI B 1815-1877  M 1816-1843  D 1816-1878  Lost in 1922

Killiny         

C of I  PRONI B 1815-1875 M 1815-1845 D 1815-1875  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1848-1938 D 1971-1997  P 676

R C  KGC B 1828-1899 M 1829-1899

R C  NLI B 1828-1879  M1829-1880    Pos 4275/6

Killorglin

C of I  RCB B 1861-1995 M 1846-2004 D 1862-2006

R C  KGC B 1798-1917 M 1798-1946

Killury & Rattoo

C of I  PRONI B 1803-1860 M 1803-1853 D 1802-1854  Lost in 1922

Killury         

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1856    P 468

R C  KGC B 1782-1900 M 1809-1900

R C  NLI B 1782-1880 M 1809-1836    Pos 4278/9

Kilmackelogue or Tuoosist

C of I  ILC        See Kenmare

Kilmalkedar         

C of I  RCB  M  1847-1971    P 674

R C  NLI  B 1807-1880 M 1808-1880    Pos 4274/5

Kilmoiley

C of I  RCB B 1924-1964 M 1846-    P 466

Kilmore or Valentia

C of I  ILC        See Valentia

C of I  RCB B 1826-1960  M 1850-1925    P 073

Kilmoyly

C of I  RCB   M 1846-

Kilnaughtin         

C of I  ILC B 1793-1875  M 1793-1845 D 1793-1874

C of I  NLI B 1785-1871 M 1785-1845 D 1786-1873  MFCI 017

R C  KGC  B 1859-1900 M 1859-1900

R C  NLI B 1859-1880  M 1859-1880    Pos 4280

Kilshenane

C of I  ILC        See Kilflynn

Kiltallagh

C of I  PRONI B 1802-1881 M 1802-1834 D 1803-1887  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1881-1998  M 1846-2004 D 1881-2002

Knockane

C of I  PRONI B 1818-1878  M 1820-1843 D 1817-1878  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1881-1998  M 1846-2004 D 1882-2005

Knockanure

C of I  ILC        See Listowel

Knocknagoshel

R C  KGC B 1866-1900

Liselton

C of I  NLI B 1840-1882   D 1840-  MFC1 017

C of I  RCB B 1840-1875   D 1840-1875  See Listowel

Listowel         

C of I  ILC B 1790-1875 M 1790-1845 D 1790-1875

C of I  NLI B 1835-1872  M 1835-1845 D 1836-1871  MFCI 017

R C  KGC B 1802-1906  M 1837-1906

R C  NLI B 1802-1880 M 1837-1880    Pos 4281

R C  On Line WWW. irishgenealogy.ie

Lixnaw         

R C  KGC B 1810-1901 M 1810-1900

R C  NLI B 1810-1880 M 1810-1880    Pos 4281/2

R C  On Line WWW. irishgenealogy.ie

Marhin

C of I  ILC        See Ventry

Milltown         

C of I  ILC        See Kilcolman

R C  KGC B 1825-1895  M 1821-1894

R C  NLI  B 1825-1859 M 1821-1861    Pos 42866

Minard

C of I  ILC        See Kilflynn

Molahiff         

C of I  PRONI B 1815-1878 M 1842-1855 D 1841-1869  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B 1879-1916  D  1841-1975

R C  KGC B 1830-1894  M 1830-1894

R C  NLI  B1830-1880 M 1830-1872    Pos 4267

Monasterevan

C of I  ILC        See Harristown

C of I  RCB B  1666-1917  M 1666-1954 D 1666-1997

Monasteroris

C of I  RCB  B 1697-1911 M 1705-1956 D 1700-1956

Monmohennock

C of I  ILC        See Castledermot

Moone

C of I  ILC        See Timolin

Morristownbiller/Old Connell

C of I  PRONI B 1828-1888  D  1837-1870  Lost in 1922

Morristownbiller

C of I  RCB  M  1878-1899

Moyvane         

R C  KGC B 1830-1917 M 1831-1917

R C  NLI  B 1855-1877 M 1855-1880    Pos 4283

Muckross

C of I  ILC        No records listed

Murhir

C of I  ILC        See Listowel

Nohaval

C of I  ILC        See Ballymacelligott

Nohavaldaly

C of I  ILC        See Drishane

O’Brennan

C of I  ILC        See Tralee

Prior         

C of I  ILC        See Dromod

R C  KGC B 1851-1900 M 1853-1900

R C  NLI        No records microfilmed

Ratass

C of I  NLI B 1771-1872 M 1796-1850  D1805-1880  MFCI 014

C of I  PRONI B 1850-1869   D 1850-1862  Lost in 1922

Rathmore

R C  NLI B 1837-1874 M 1839-1874    Pos 4268

Rattoo

C of I  ILC B 1868-1875   D 1870-1875  See Killury

R C  KGC B 1837-1900 M 1839-1874

Sneem         

R C  KGC B 1833-1900 M 1857-1900

R C  NLI B 1845-1848 M 1858-1880    Pos 4288 Ms 2709

Spa

R C  NLI B 1866-1880 M 1867-1880    Pos 4274

Stradbally

C of I  ILC        See Kilflynn

Templenoe         

C of I  RCB B 1771-1933 M 1796-1981 D 1805-1973  P 255

R C  KGC B 1819-1900  M 1819-1900

R C  NLI B 1819-1879 M 1819-1880    Pos 4289

Tralee         

C of I  NLI B 1771-1872 M 1796-1850 D 1805-1880  MFCI 014

C of I  RCB B 1844-1923 M 1845-1939 D 1839-1957  P 470

Methodist  PRONI B 1833-1844      MIC429/1/55

R C  KGC B 1772-1900  M 1875-1900

R C  NLI B 1772-1874 M 1832-1876    Pos 4269/70/71

R C  On Line WWW. irishgenealogy.ie

Tuosist

R C  NLI B 1844-1880      Pos 4287

Tuosist or Kilmackelogue

C of I  ILC        See Kenmare

Valentia or Kilmore

C of I  RCB B 1826-1960

Ventry         

C of I  RCB B 1844-1923 M 1845-1939 D 1839-1957  P 677

R C  KGC B 1867-1902 M 1827-1855

R C  NLI B 1825-1880 M 1827-1856    Pos 4287

County Limerick   

C of I = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church   

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society   

ILC – Local = Records are held locally   

LAA = Limerick Archives   

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed   

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland   

R C = Roman Catholic   

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin     

TFHR = Tipperary Family History Research   

County Limerick 

Parish  Where stored  Baptisms  Marriages  Deaths  File No /Microfilm

Abbeyfeale

C of I  PRONI B 1829-1875 M 1843- D 1844-1877  Lost in 1922

R C   LA B 1829-1900 M 1825-1900

R C   NLI B 1829-1880 M 1856-1880    Pos 6779/2426

Abingdon   

C of I  NLI B 1811-1898 M 1813-1845 D 1810-1892  MFCI 002

C of I  RCB B 1898-1992   D 1884-1984  MC 006

Adare   

C of I  RCB  B 1845-2001    D 1845-2001  MC 755

R C   LA B 1832-1900 M 1832-1900

R C   NLI  B 1832-1865 D 1832-1865    Pos 2420

Aney

C of I  PRONI B 1760-1881 M 1761-1862 D 1759-1882  Lost in 1922

Ardagh   

C of I  ILC  See Rathyonan

R C   LA B 1845-1900  M1829-1900

R C   NLI  B 1845-1880 M 1841-1880    Pos 2429

Ardcanny

C of I  ILC B 1802-1875 M 1802-1844 D 1805-1875  See Castlerussel

Ardpatrick   

R C   LA B 1861-1900 M 1861-1900

R C   NLI  No records microfilmed

Askeaton   

C of I  RCB  B1877-2000   D 1877-1999  MC 756

R C   LA B 1829-1900  M 1829-1900

R C   NLI B 1829-1880 M 1829-1880    Pos 2419

Athea   

R C   LA B 1825-1900 M 1827-1900

R C   NLI B 1830-1879 M 1827-1879    Pos 2424

Athlacca & Dromin

C of I  PRONI B 1803-1883 M 1800-1819  D 1803-1884  Lost in 1922

Ballingaddy

C of I  ILC  See Kilmallock

Ballingarry   

C of I  NLI B 1785-1872 M 1785-1841 D 1785-1872  MFC1 016/17

R C   LA B 1825-1900 M 1825-1900

R C   NLI B 1825-1880  M 1825-1880    Pos 2421

Ballinlondry or Ballinlanders

C of I  PRONI B 1850-1872  D  1858-1873  Lost in 1922

Ballybricken & Bohermore   

R C   LA B 1800-1900 M 1805-1900

R C   NLI B 1800-1880 M 1805-1880    Pos 2509

R C   TFHR B 1800-1900 M 1800-1900

Ballyagran   

R C   LA B 1841-1900 M 1841-1900

R C   NLI B 1841-1880 M 1841-1880    Pos 2430

Ballylanders   

C of I  RCB  M  1852-1877    MC 008

R C   NLI B 1849-1877 M 1857-1877    Pos 2500

R C   NLI  B 1849-1877  M 1857-1877    Pos 2500

R C   TFHR B 1842-1899 M 1841-1900

Ballinlough

C of I  ILC  See Aney

Ballybrood

C of I  PRONI B 1809-1869 M 1808-1845 D 1809-1857  Lost in 1922

Ballycahane

C of I  PRONI B 1826-1875 M 1829-1834 D 1856-  Lost in 1922

Banogue   

R C   LA  B 1861-1900  M 1861-1900

R C   NLI  B 1861-1880 M 1861-1880    Pos 2427

Broadford

C of I  ILC  See Killaliathan

Bruff

C of I  ILC B 1850-1875   D 1859-1875

Bruff Grange & Gilnogra   

R C   LA B 1781-1900 M 1781-1900

R C   NLI B 1808-1880 M 1808-1880    Pos 2428/9

Bruree   

C of I  PRONI B 1811-1874 M 1813-1847 D 1837-1881  Lost in 1922

R C   LA B 1826-1900  M 1826-1900

R C   NLI B 1841-1880  M 1861-1880    Pos 2428

Bulgaden   

R C   LA B 1812-1900  M 1812-1900

R C   NLI B 1812-1880 M 1812-1880    Pos 2428

Caherconlish   

C of I  PRONI B 1804-1886 M 1804-1866 D 1804-1885  Lost in 1922

R C   LA B 1841-1900 M 1841-1900

R C   NLI B 1841-1880  M 1841-1880    Pos 2508

R C   TFHR B 1841-1900 M 1841-1900

Cahercorney

C of I  PRONI  B 1827-1854 M 1830-1852 D 1827-1876  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB   M 1852-

Cahernerry   

C of I  PRONI B 1799-1876 M 1802-1865 D 1802-1876  Lost in 1922 See St Mary’s Limerick

R C   LA B 1830-1900  M 1827-1900

R C   NLI B 1830-1880 M 1827-1880    Pos 2429

Cappagh   

R C   LA B 1841-1900 M 1841-1900

R C   NLI B 1841-1880  M 1841-1880    Pos 2421

Cappamore & Tuogh

C of I  RCB B 1858-1922      MC 009 See Abington

Cappamore   

R C   LA B 1845-1900 M 1843-1900

R C   NLI  B 1845-1880 M 1845-1880    Pos 2508

R C   TFHR B 1842-1900 M 1843-1900

Carrigparson

C of I  ILC  See Caherconlish

Castleconnell   

R C   LA B 1850-1900 M 1863-1900

R C   NLI B 1850-1880 M 1863-1880    Pos 2477

Castlerobert alias Dummoylan

C of I  ILC  See Adare – Rathkeale

Chapelrussell

C of I  PRONI  B 1822-1877  M 1824-1844 D 1823-1874  See Ardcanny

Clonagh

C of I  ILC  See Rathkeale

Cloncagh

C of I  ILC  United with Clonelty

Clonelty

C of I  ILC  No records listed

Clonshire

C of I  ILC  See Rathkeale

Corbally

C of I  NLI B 1834-1849      MFC1 004

Corcomohide

C of I  ILC  See Kilmeedy

Crewmally

C of I  ILC  See Loughill

Crecora

C of I  ILC  No records listed

Croagh   

C of I  PRONI B 1819-1866 M 1820-1863 D 1828-1877  Lost in 1922

R C   LA B 1836-1900 M 1744-1900

R C   NLI B 1836-1880 M 1844-1880    Pos 2420

Croom   

C of I  RCB B 1877-1997   D 1879-2001  MC 757

R C   LA B 1828-1900 D 1770-1900

R C   NLI B 1828-1880 M 1770-1880 D 1770-1794  Pos 2427

Darragh

C of I  ILC  See Kilfinane

Derrygalvin

C of I  ILC  See Kilmurray

Doon

C of I  NLI B 1804-  M 1812-  D 1812-  MFC1 010

C of I  RCB  B 1804-1945 M 1812-1835 D 1812-1840

Doon & Castletown   

R C   LA B 1824-1900 M 1839-1900

R C   NLI B 1814-1874 M 1839-1874    Pos 2497

R C   TFHR B 1824-1900 M 1839-1900

Drehidtarsna

C of I  PRONI B 1819-1873 M 1815-1839 D 1854-1874  See St Munchin’s Limerick

Dromin   

C of I  ILC  See Athlacca

R C   LA B 1824-1900  M 1817-1900

R C   NLI B 1817-1880 M 1817-1880    Pos 2497

Dromkeen

C of I  PRONI B 1830-1871 M 1833-1840  D 1833-1877  Lost in 1922

Drumcollogher   

C of I  ILC  See Corcomohide

R C   LA B 1830-1900 M 1830-1900

R C   NLI B 1830-1880 M 1830-1880    Pos 2423

Drumdeely

C of I  ILC  See Loughill & Askeaton

Dundonnell

C of I  ILC  See Rathkeale

Dunmoylan alias Castlerobert

C of I  ILC  See Adare – Rathkeale

Dysart

C of I  ILC  No records listed

Effin & Gamenderk   

R C   LA B 1843-1900 M 1843-1900

R C   NLI B 1843-1880 M 1843-1880    Pos 2427

Fedamore   

C of I  PRONI B 1811-1876 M 1809-1844 D 1810-1880  Lost in 1922

R C   LA B 1806-1900 M1806-1900

R C   NLI B 1806-1880 M 1814-1880    Pos 2409/29/30

Feenagh   

R C   LA B 1833-1900 M 1833-1900

R C   NLI B 1854-1880 M 1854-1880    Pos 2424

Galbally & Aherlow   

R C   LA B 1810-1900 M 1809-1900

R C   NLI B 1810-1871 M 1809-1880    Pos 2499

R C   TFHR B 1810-1900 M 1809-1900

Glenorga

C of I  ILC  See Fedamore

Glenroe   

R C   LA B 1853-1900 M 1809-1900

R C   NLI B 1835-1880 M 1835-1880    Pos 2428

Glin   

C of I  ILC  See Kilfergus

R C   LA B 1851-1900 M 1851-1900

R C   NLI B 1851-1880 M 1851-1881    Pos 2426

Grange

C of I  ILC  See Newcastle

Grean

C of I  PRONI B 1779-1880 M 1780-1850 D 1779-1881  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  B 1869-1949   D 1869-1974

Hackmys or Kilcummin

C of I  ILC  See Kilpeacon

Hospital   

R C   LA B 1810-1900 M 1812-1900

R C   NLI B 1810-1880 M 1812-1880    Pos 2507

R C   TFHR B 1810-1899 M 1812-1899

Inch

C of I  ILC  See Ballybroad

Iverossa

C of I  ILC  See Askeaton

Kilbeheny   

C of I  PRONI B 1839-1877 M 1843-  D 1843-1871  Lost in 1922

R C   LA B 1824-1900 M 1825-1900

R C   NLI B 1824-1870 M 1825-1870    Pos 2500

R C   TFHR B 1824-1899 M 1825-1899

Kilcoleman   

C of I  ILC  See Rathkeale

C of I  NLI B 1839-1875   D 1829-1872  MFC1 004

C of I  RCB B 1892-1998   D 1893-1999  MC 758

R C   LA B 1817-1900 M 1828-1900

R C   NLI  B 1827-1877 M 1828-1880    Pos 2421

Kilcornan   

C of I  RCB B 1892-1998   D 1803-1999

R C   LA B 1825-1900 M 1825-1900

R C   NLI  B 1825-1883  M 1831-1883    Pos 2420

Kilcullane

C of I  ILC  See Cahircorney

Kildimo   

R C   LA B 1831-1900  M 1831-1900

R C   NLI B 1831-1880 M 1831-1880    Pos 2419/20

Kilcummin or Hackmys

C of I  ILC  See Kilpeacon

Kildimo

C of I  PRONI B 1809-1875 M 1809-1845 D 1809-1875  Lost in 1922

Kilfenny

C of I  ILC  See Loughill

Kilfergus (Glin)

C of I  NLI No records listed  MCF1 017

C of I  RCB B 1812-1976 M 1815-1952  D 1836-1998  MC 786

Kilfinane   

C of I  NLI B 1804-1871 M 1798-1841 D 1798-1871  MFC1 016

C of I  RCB   D   1843-1993  MC 759

R C   LA B 1832-1900  D 1832-1900

R C   NLI B 1831-1880 M 1832-1880    Pos 2429/2423

Kilflynn   

C of I  NLI B 1813-1875 M 1813-1845 D 1813-1875  MFC1 016

C of I  RCB B 1836-1988  M 1837-1843 D 1837-1993  MC 760

Kilfrush

C of I  ILC  See Aney

Kilkeedy   

C of I  NLI B 1799-1875  M 1799-1845  D 1799-1875  MFC1 017

R C   LA  B 1840-1900  M 1838-1900

R C   NLI B 1840-1874 M 1840-1874    Pos 2423

Kilkerville

C of I  ILC  See Adare

Killaliathan

C of I  PRONI B 1811-1876 M 1812-1828 D 1818-1876  Lost in 1922

Killeedy

C of I  PRONI B 1839-1875 M 1807-1843 D 1853-1865  Lost in 1922

Killeely

C of I  PRONI B 1753-1874 M 1755-1844  D 1773-1875  Lost in 1922

Kilmallock   

C of I  RCB  B 1882-2000  D  1883-1995  MC 761

R C   LA B 1837-1900  M 1837-1900

R C   NLI B 1837-1880 M 1837-1880    Pos 2427

Kilmeedy

C of I  ILC  See Corcomohide

C of I  NLI B 1799-1875 M 1799-1845 D 1799-1875  MFC1 016

Kilmoylan

C of I  ILC  See Kilfergus

Kilmurray

C of I  PRONI B 1784-1883 M 1784-1843 D 1785-1886  Lost in 1922

Killonehan

C of I  ILC  See St Munchin’s Limerick

Kilpeacon

C of I  RCB B 1893-2001  D 1895-2000  MC 762

Kilquane

C of I  ILC  See St Patrick’s Limerick & Dononaughta

Kilscannell

C of I  ILC B 1848-1875      See Rathkeale

C of I  NLI B 1824-1874 M 1825-1859 D 1860-1887  MFC1 016

Kilteely & Drumkeen   

R C   LA B 1815-1900 M 1832-1900

R C   NLI B 1815-1829 M 1832-1880    Pos 2506

R C   TFHR B 1810-1899 M 1815-1899

Kiltoomey

C of I  ILC  See Kilflynn

Knockaderry   

R C   LA B 1838-1900  M 1838-1900

R C   NLI B 1838-1880  M 1838-1880    Pos 2421

Knockaney

C of I  ILC  See Aney

C of I  RCB B 1883-1989   D 1883-1987  MC 763

Knockaney & Patrickswell   

R C   LA B 1808-1900 M 1808-1900  D 1819-1821

R C   NLI B 1808-1880 M 1808-1880 D 1819-1821  Pos 2505

R C   TFHR B 1808-1900 M 1808-1900

Knocklong

C of I  ILC  See Aney

Knocklong & Glenbrohane   

R C   LA B 1801-1900 M 1809-1900

R C   NLI B 1809-1878 M 1809-1878    Pos 2509

R C   TFHR B 1809-1899 M 1809-1899

Knocknegaul

C of I  ILC  See Kilpeacon

Limerick    

C of I NLI Garrison Chapel  B 1858-1871  D  1865-1871  MFC1 017

C of I NLI St John’s  B 1697-1883 M 1697-1845 D 1697-1876  MFC1 014/15

C of I NLI St Laurence   B 1863-1875

C of I NLI St Mary’s  B 1726-1875 M 1726-1845  D 1726-1876  MFC1 015/16

C of I NLI St Michaels’  B 1801-1875 M 1801-1845  D1835-1858  MFC1 017

C of I NLI St Munchin  B 1700-1884 M 1700-1845 D 1700-1880

C of I NLI St Nicholas B  1875-  M 1845- D 1870  See St Mary’s

C of I NLI St Patricks & Kilquane    B 1818-1877  M 1820-1844 D 1823-1876

C of I NLI Trinity Church   See St laurence

Congregational PRONI Henry Street  B 1817-1872 M 1817-1872    D/814/1

Methodist  PRONI B 1824-1846      MIC429/1/59

Presbyterian  IPHS   B 1831-1892    MIC429/1/59

R C   CHGC B 1745-1900

R C   CHGC  B 1831-1900

R C   LA B 1745-1900 M 1745-1900

R C   LA B 1764-1900 M 1764-1900

R C   LA B 1776-1900 M 1772-1900

R C   LA B 1788-1900 M 1821-1900

R C   LA B 1805-1900  M 1806-1900

R C   NLI B 1776-1876 M 1772-1877    Pos 2415/16/17

R C   NLI Parteen  B 1831-1877 M 1814-1877    Pos 2410

R C   NLI  St John’s B 1788-1877 M 1821-1877    Pos 2411/12

R C   NLI St Mary’s  B 1745-1862  M 1745-1862    Pos 2412/13

R C  NLI St Munchin’s  B 1764-1877 M 1764-1877    Pos 2413/14

R C   NLI St Patrick  B 1812-1875 M 1812-1880    Pos 2410

Lismakerry

C of I  ILC  See Askeaton

Loughill   

C of I  PRONI  B 1823-1870   D 1853-1880  Lost in 1922

R C   LA B 1855-1900 M 1855-1900

R C   NLI B 1855-1880 M 1855-1880    Pos 2420

Ludden or Luddenbeg

C of I  ILC  See Caherconish

Lurriga   

R C   LA B 1801-1900 M 1802-1900

R C   NLI B 1810-1880 M 1802-1880    Pos 2409

Mahoonagh   

C of I  ILC  No records listed

R C   LA B 1812-1900 M 1810-1900

R C   NLI B 1812-1869 M 1810-1869    Pos 2424/25

Manisternenagh

C of I  ILC  No records listed

Monagea   

C of I  ILC  See Newcastle

R C   LA B 1776-1900 M 1777-1900

R C   NLI B 1809-1880 M 1777-1880    Pos 2423

Morgans

C of I  ILC  See Loughill

Mungret   

C of I  ILC  See St Michael Limerick

R C   LA  B 1844-1900  M 1844-1900

R C   NLI B 1844-1880 M 1844-1880    Pos 2409/10

Murroe Boher & Abington   

R C   LA B 1814-1900  M 1815-1900

R C   NLI B 1814-1880 M 1815-1880    Pos 2508

R C   TFHR B 1814-1899 M 1815-1899

Nantinan

C of I  PRONI B 1804-1877 M 1804-1861 D 1805-1876  Lost in 1922

Newcastle

C of I  PRONI B 1709-1877 M 1708-1848 D 1709-1876  Lost in 1922

R C NLI Union Workhouse  B 1852-1880      Pos 2425

Newcastle West   

R C   LA B 1815-1900 M1815-1900

R C   NLI B 1815-1874 M 1815-1871    Pos 2425

Oola

C of I  ILC  See Ulloe

Pallasgreen & Templebredin   

R C   LA B 1811-1900 M 1811-1900

R C   NLI B 1811-1880 M 1811-1880    Pos 2498

R C   TFHR B 1811-1899  M 1811-1899

Particles

C of I  NLI B 1841-1871      MFC1 016

Particles with Kilflyn

C of I  ILC  B 1841-1875

Rathcahill

C of I  ILC  See Newcastle

Rathjordan

C of I  ILC  See Ballybrood

Rathkeale & Kilscannell

C of I  ILC B 1746-1875  M 1746-1845 D 1746-1875

Rathkeale   

C of I  NLI B 1781-1871 M 1781-1836 D 1781-1871  MFC1 016

C of I  RCB B 1837-1996 M 1837-1853  D 1837-2000  MC 764

R C   LA B 1811-1900  M 1811-1900

R C   NLI B 1811-1875 M 1811-1876    Pos 2422

Rathronan

C of I  NLI B 1818-1871   D 1824-1871  MFC1 016

Rathronan & Ardagh

C of I  PRONI B 1720-1877 M 1722-1872 D 1722-1877  Lost in 1922

Rochestown

C of I  ILC  No records listed

Shanagolden   

C of I  PRONI B 1803-1877 M 1797-1843 D 1804-1879  Lost in 1922

R C   LA B 1824-1900  M 1824-1900

R C   NLI B 1824-1877 M 1824-1877    Pos 2418/19

Sologhead   

R C   LA B 1809-1880 M 1810-1880

R C   NLI B 1809-1880 M 1810-1880    Pos 2498/99

R C   TFHR  B 1809-1900 M 1810-1900

Solloghodmore

C of I  ILC  See Cullen

Stradbally   

C of I  NLI B 1792-1881 M 1787-1844  D 1791-1850  MFC1 003

C of I  RCB  B 1792-1851 M 1787-2006  D 1791-2006  MC 027

Templeglantine   

R C   LA B 1864-1900 M 1864-1900

R C   NLI B 1864-1879 M 1865-1879    Pos 2426

Toughcluggan

C of I  ILC  See Cullen

Tough

C of I  ILC  See Abington

Tournafulla   

R C   LA B 1867-1900 M 1867-1900

R C   NLI B 1867-1875 M 1867-1880    Pos 2424

Tullybrackey

C of I  PRONI B 1820-1883 M 1823-1844 D 1823-1886  Lost in 1922

Tuogh

C of I  NLI B 1859-1980   D 1859-1877  MFC1 002

Ulloe or Oola

C of I  ILC  See Cullen

Uregare

C of I  ILC  See Bruff

County Tipperary         

C of I = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church         

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society         

ILC – Local = Records are held locally         

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed         

MNFHRC = Mayo North Family History Research Centre         

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland         

R C = Roman Catholic         

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin     

THIR = Tipperary Family Research         

TNFHF = Tipperary North Family History Foundation         

WHL =               

County Tipperary       

Parish  Where stored  Baptisms  Marriages  Deaths  File No /Microfilm

Aghnameadle

C of I  ILC B 1834-1875  M 1834-  D 1834-1875

Aglishcloghan

C of I  RCB B 1845-1979      P 573

Anacarthy & Donahill         

R C  NLI  B 1821-1880 M 1821-1880    Pos 2496

R C  TFHR B 1804-1899 M 1805-1899

Ardcroney

C of I  RCB  M  1964-1968    P 569 See Finnoe

Ardfinnan         

C of I  RCB B 1877-1937      P 078

R C  NLI B 1809-1880  M 1814-1880    Pos 2457

R C  WHL B  1810-1911 M 1817-1911

Ardmayle

C of I  NLI B 1815-1952   D 1815-2001  MFCI 015

C of I  PRONI  B 1815-1875 M 1820-1840 D 1815-1874

Athassell or Relicmurray

C of I  PRONI  B 1808-1880 M 1809-1845 D 1808-1877

C of I  RCB B 1880-1976 M 1846-1947 D 1877-2013

Athnid

C of I  ILC        See Thurles

Ballina         

R C  NLI B 1831-1871 M 1832-1872    Pos 2507

R C  TFHR B 1832-1911 M 1832-1872

R C  TNFHF B 1832-1903 M 1832-1903

Ballinclough

C of I  RCB B 1877-1978 M 1845-1971

Ballinahinch & Kiloscully         

R C  NLI B 1839-1874 M 1853-1874    Pos 2503

R C  TFHR B 1839-1899 M 1853-1899

R C  TNFHF B 1839-1899 M 1853-1899

Ballinclough

C of I  RCB B 1877-1978  M 1845-1971    P 472

Ballingarry & Nuskane

C of I  PRONI B 1809-1877  M 1811-1876 D 1809-1877

Ballingarry         

C of I  ILC        See Ballinlondry

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1956    P 570

R C  NLI B 1814-1880 M 1814-1880    Pos 2492

R C  TFHR B 1814-1900 M 1814-1900

R C  TNFHF  B 1842-1911 M 1842-1911

Ballycahil & Holy Cross         

R C  NLI B 1835-1878 M 1835-1878    Pos 2493

R C  TFHR B 1835-1900  M1835-1900

R C  TNFHF B 1835-1900  M 1835-1900

Ballyclooby         

R C  NLI B 1828-1880  M 1828-1880    Pos 2457/8

R C  WHL B 1828-1911  M 1828-1911

Ballintemple

C of I  RCB B 1805-2013 M 1805-2003 D 1805-2014

Ballycleraghan

C of I  ILC        part of Cashel Union

Ballycormack

C of I  ILC        See Borrisnafarney

Ballygriffin

C of I  ILC        See Athassell

Ballymackey

C of I  RCB   M 1845-1939    P 473

Ballynaclough & Kilkeary

C of I  PRONI B 1807-1877 M 1811-1845 D 1809-1877  Lost in 1922

Ballyneale         

R C  NLI B 1839-1880      Pos 2453

R C  WHL  B 1839-1911 M 1839-1911

Ballyporeen

C of I  ILC        See Templetenny

Ballysheehan

C of I  RCB  B 1837-1919   D 1839-1874  See Shanrahan

Ballymureen

C of I  ILC        See Borrisoleigh

Bansha

C of I  ILC        See Templeneiry

Bansha & Kilmoyler         

R C  NLI B 1820-1880 M 1822-1880    Pos 2497

R C  TFHR  B 1820-1899 M 1821-1899

Barnane

C of I  ILC        See Kilfitmone

Bartrettsgrange

C of I  ILC        See Killenaule

Boherlahan         

R C  NLI B 1810-1868 M 1810-1868    Pos 2504

R C  TFHR B 1810-1900 M 1736-1900

Borris

C of I  ILC        See Borrisoleigh

Borrisnafarney

C of I  ILC B 1827-1878 M 1827-1851 D 1827-1878

Borrisokane         

C of I  PRONI B 1821-1876 M 1821-1845  D 1821-1876  Lost in 1922

R C  NLI B 1821-1880  M 1821-1880    Pos 2483

R C  TNFHF B 1821-1911 M 1821-1911

Borrisoleigh/Glankeen

C of I  RCB   M 1848-1862    See Glankeen

Borrisoleigh         

C of I  PRONI B 1787-1881 M 1787-1844  D1782-1882  See Glankeen

R C  NLI B 1814-1880 M 1814-1880    Pos 2488

R C  TFHR B 1814-1900  M 1814-1890

R C  TNFHF B 1814-1900  M 1814-1900

Bourney

C of I  PRONI B 1827-1877  B 1828-1845 M 1827-1877  Lost in 1922

Bournes & Corbally         

R C  NLI B 1836-1880 M 1836-1880    Pos 2478

R C  TNFHF  B 1836-1866 M 1836-1866

Buolick

C of I  ILC        See Borris

Cahir         

C of I  ILC B 1801-1873 M 1802-1845 D 1804-1877  See Aughmacart

C of I  NLI B 1825-1873 M 1825-1848 D 1825-1872  MFCI 009

C of I  RCB   No records listed     P 007

R C  NLI B 1776-1880  M 1776-1880    Pos 2459/60

R C  WHL B 1776-1911 M 1776-1911

Cappawhite         

R C  NLI B 1815-1878 M 1804-1878    Pos 2497

R C  TFHR B 1815-1900 M 1803-1900

Carrick

C of I  ILC  M  1845-1901

Carrick on Suir         

C of I  RCB  M  1845-1901    P 437/658

R C  NLI B 1784-1880 M 1788-1880    Pos 2455

R C  WHL B 1788-1911 M 1788-1911

Cashel         

C of I  Bolton Library Cashel No records listed

C of I RCB Cathedral  B1668-2008  M 1668-2007 D 1668-2013

C of I PRONI Liberties  M  1654-1657    Lost in 1922

C of I NLI St John The Baptist  B 1668-1842 M 1654-1842 D 1668-1842  MFCI 007

R C  NLI B 1793-1880 M 1793-1880    Pos 2501

R C  TFHR B 1793-1903 M 1793-1896

Castletownarra         

C of I  NLI B 1802-1872  M 1803-1846  D 1802-1879  MFCI 005/11

C of I  RCB B 1802-1961 M 1803-1925 D 1802-1840  P 769

Clerihan         

R C  NLI B 1852-1880 M 1852-1880    Pos 2501

R C  TFHR B 1852-1900 M 1852-1900

Clogheen         

C of I  ILC        See Shanrahan

R C  NLI B 1778-1880 M 1814-1867    Pos 2453/4

R C  WHL B 1778-1911 M 1814-1911

Clonbeg

C of I  PRONI B 1805-1877 M 1808-1844  D 1806-1877

C of I  RCB B 1850-2008 M 1965-2007 D 1850-2014

Cloneen

C of I  ILC        See Fethard

Clonbullogue

C of I  ILC        See Tipperary

Clonmel         

C of I NLI  St Mary’s B 1766-1874 M 1768-1847 D 1767-1873  MFCI 008

R C  NLI  St Peter’s & St Paul’s B 1836-1880 M 1836-1880    Pos 2463

C of I RCB B 1791-1807      P 075/233

R C WHL St Peter’s & St Paul’s B  1836-1911 M 1836-1911

R C  NLI  St Mary’s  B 1790-1878 M 1797-1836    Pos 260/1/2

Clonoulty         

C of I  NLI B 1817-1892  M 1817-1892 D 1817-1892  MFCI 013

C of I  RCB B 1817-1971 M 1819-1957 D 1819-1974

R C  NLI B 1804-1880  M 1804-1880    Pos 2502/3

R C  TFHR  B1804-1900 M 1804-1898

Cloughjordan         

C of I  NLI B 1846-1872      MFCI 004

C of I  RCB B 1827-1887 M 1827-1955 D 1827-1882  P 573 See Modreeny

Methodist  PRONI  B 1834-1843      MIC429/1/89

R C  NLI  B 1833-1880  M 1833-1880    Pos 2481/2

R C  TNFHF B 1833-1911 M 1833-1911

Coleman

C of I  ILC        See Cashel

Cooleagh

C of I  ILC        See Killeneaule

Corbally

C of I  RCB B 1834-1849

Crohane

C of I  ILC B 1770-1875 M 1770-1845 D 1770-1875

Cullen

C of I  NLI B 1779-1876 M 1775-1851 D 1779-1873  MFCI 006

Cullen & Latten         

R C  NLI B 1846-1880 M 1846-1880    Pos 2498

R C  TFHR B 1846-1899 M 1846-1899

Dangandargan

C of I  ILC        See Athassell

Derrygrath

C of I  PRONI B 1839-1872 M 1841-1849 D 1867-1869  Lost in 1922

Dogstown

C of I  ILC        See Knockgraffon

Donohill

C of I  RCB B 1856-1939    D 1859-1879  See Templeneiry

Dorrha

C of I  PRONI B 1832-1880 M 1833-1845 D 1836-1877  Lost in 1922

Drangan         

C of I  ILC        See Killenaule

R C  NLI B 1811-1880 M 1812-1886    Pos 2492/3

R C  TFHR B 1811-1898 M 1804-1898

Drom

C of I  ILC        See Borrisoleigh

Drom & Inch         

R C  NLI B 1827-1880 M 1827-1880    Pos 2491

R C  TFHR B 1809-1900 M 1807-1880

R C  TNFHF B 1807-1900  M 1807-1900

Emly         

R C  NLI B 1810-1880 M 1809-1880    Pos 2500

R C  TFHR B 1810-1899 M 1809-1898

Erry

C of I  ILC        See Ballysheelin

Fethard         

C of I  NLI B 1804-1850 M 1804-1843 D 1804-1850  MFCI 012

R C  NLI B 1806-1880  M 1806-1880    Pos 2504

R C  TFHR  B 1806-1900 M 1806-1900

Fennor

C of I  PRONI B 1819-1876 M 1823-1844 D 1828-1876  Lost in 1922

Fethard

C of I  ILC  B 1804-1875 M 1804-1845 D 1804-1875  Lost in 1922

Finnoe

C of I  RCB B 1886-1986 M 1846-1969    P 572

Finnoe & Cloughprior

C of I  PRONI B 1809-1886 M 1809-1844  D 1813-1886

Fitmone

C of I  ILC        See Kilfithmone

Galbally

C of I  PRONI B 1797-1879 M 1799-1844  D 1798-1880  Lost in 1922

Galbooly

C of I  ILC        See Borrisoleigh

Gambonsfield & Kilcash         

R C  NLI B 1840-1880 M 1840-1880    Pos 2452/3

R C  WHL B 1840-1911 M 1840-1911

Geale

C of I  ILC        See Holy Cross

Glankeen

C of I  PRONI B 1779-1870  M 1788-1851 D 1790-1871

C of I  RCB   M 1848-1862    Known as Borrisoleigh

Golden         

R C  NLI B 1833-1880 M 1833-1880    Pos 2503

R C  WHL B 1833-1899  M 1833-1899

Gortnahoe         

R C  NLI  B 1805-1878 M 1805-1880    Pos 2493

R C  TFHR B 1805-1900 M 1905-1900

Graystown

C of I  ILC        See Templeneiry

Holycross

C of I  PRONI B 1784-1875 M 1785-1845 D 1786-1876

C of I  RCB B 1802-1952 M 1845-1948 D 1876-1977  P 1002

Holyford Mines

C of I  ILC        See Toem

Inislounagh

C of I  NLI  No records listed      MFCI 011

Isertkieran

C of I  ILC        See Killenaule

Kilbarron

C of I  RCB B 1878-1953 M 1851-1950    P 474

Kilbragh

C of I  ILC        See Fethard

Kilclonagh

C of I  ILC        See Moyne

Kilcomenty

C of I  ILC        See Newport

Kilcommon         

R C  NLI B 1813-1880 M 1813-1880    Pos 2506/7

R C  TFHR B 1813-1895  M 1813-1899

R C  TNFHF B 1813-1900 M 1813-1900

Kilconnell

C of I  ILC        See Fethard

Kilcooly

C of I  PRONI B 1832-1877 M 1833-1845  D 1834-1877  Lost in 1922

Kilfeacle

C of I  ILC        See Tipperary

Kilfithmone

C of I  PRONI B 1792-1877 M 1795-1844 D 1793-1877

C of I  RCB   B 1846-2000 M 1793-1804  P 1006

Killaloan

C of I  PRONI B 1818-1877 M 1835-1845 D 1837-1876  Lost in 1922

Killardy

C of I  ILC        See Clonbeg

Killavinoge

C of I  ILC        See Templemore

Killea

C of I  ILC        See Templemore

Kilenaule         

C of I  PRONI B 1773-1879 M 1773-1852  D1773-1879  Lost in 1922

R C  NLI  B 1742-1880 M 1812-1880    Pos 2494

R C  TFHR B 1742-1900 M 1741-1900

Killinane

C of I  ILC        See Cahir

Killodiernan

C of I  RCB  M  1847-1956    P 475

Kiloscully

C of I  PRONI B 1840-1882 M 1841-1845 D 1853-1866

C of I  RCB B 1884-1915 M 1849-1903    P 054

Killoskehan

C of I  ILC        See Kilfithmore

Kilmastulla

C of I  RCB B 1879-1896  M 1845-1945 D 1881-1969  P 768

Kilmastulla & Templecalla

C of I  PRONI B 1799-1877 M 1803-1870 D 1804-1875

Kilmore

C of I  RCB B 1886-1932  D 1847-1934    P 476

Kilnerath

C of I  ILC        See Newport

Kilpatrick

C of I  ILC        See Ballintemple

Kilruane

C of I  RCB B 1880-1954 D 1845-1946    P 477

Kilshane

C of I  PRONI B 1859-1877  D  1859-1877

C of I  RCB B 1884-1957   D 1883-2002

Kiltoraght

C of I  ILC        See Kilfenora

Kilvemnon

C of I  PRONI B 1805-1876 M 1806-1845 D 1806-1875  Lost in 1922

Kilvolane

C of I  ILC        See Newport

Knigh

C of I  ILC        See Nenagh

Knockavilla         

R C  NLI  B 1854-1880 M 1834-1880    Pos 2503

R C  TFHR B 1834-1905 M 1834-1905

Knockgaffon

C of I  PRONI B 1805-1873  M 1805-1860  D1806-1871

C of I  RCB  M  1914-

Lattin

C of I  ILC        See Shronell

Lickfin

C of I  ILC        See Killenaule

Lismalin

C of I  PRONI B 1801-1882 M 1805-1845 D 1802-1882  Lost in 1922

Lisronagh

C of I  PRONI B 1824-1875 M 1824-1845 D 1824-1875  Lost in 1922

Lockeene

C of I  PRONI B 1824-1873 M 1824-1852 D 1831-1878  Lost in 1922

Lorra

C of I  PRONI B 1822-1877  M 1822-1842 D 1822-1876  Lost in 1922

Lorrha & Dorrha         

R C  NLI B 1829-1880 M 1829-1880    Pos 2480

R C  TNFHF  B 1829-1911 M 1829-1911

Loughmoe

C of I  PRONI B 1852-1877  D  1854-1877

C of I  RCB  M  1855-1940

Loughmoe East

C of I  ILC        See Templetuohy

Loughmore & Castleiny         

R C  NLI  B 1798-1880 M 1798-1880    Pos 2490

R C  TFHR B 1798-1899 M 1798-1899

R C  TNFHF  B 1798-1900 M 1798-1900

Magorban

C of I  NLI B 1804-1878  M 1804-1814 D 1805-1873  MFCI 007

C of I  RCB B 1804-2013 M 1806-1814 D 1805-2001

Magowry

C of I  ILC        See Killeneaule

Mealiffe

C of I  PRONI B 1791-1875  M 1795-1846  D 1792-1881

C of I  RCB    M 1846-1884    P 1005

Modeshill

C of I  ILC        See Lismalin

Modreeny

C of I  RCB B 1879-1976 M 1845-1980 D 1878-1959  P 019

Mogorban

C of I  PRONI B 1804-1888  M 1806-1844  D 1805-1888  Lost in 1922

Monard

C of I  RCB        No Records listed

Monsea         

C of I  RCB B 1896-1948 M 1845-1926    P 478

R C  NLI B 1834-1865  M 1834-1870    Pos 2481

R C  TNFHF B 1834-1911 M 1834-1911

Mowney

C of I  ILC        See Lismalin

Moyalliff

C of I  ILC        See Mealiff

Moycarkey         

R C  NLI B 1793-1880 M 1793-1880    Pos 2488

R C  TFHR  B 1793-1900 M 1799-1900

R C  TNFHF B 1799-1900 M 1793-1900

Moyne

C of I  RCB B 1815-1873 M 1815-1860 D 1815-1877  P 1004

Moyne & Templetuohy         

R C  NLI  B 1809-1880  M 1804-1880    Pos 2491

R C  TFHR B 1809-1900 M 1804-1900

R C  TNFHF B 1809-1900 M 1804-1900

Mullinahone         

C of I  ILC        See Kilvemnon

R C  NLI B 1809-1880 M 1810-1880    Pos 2488

R C  TFHR B 1810-1899 M 1810-1867

Neddans

C of I  ILC        No records listed

Nenagh

C of I RCB Barracks  No records listed      P 122

C of I RCB B 1877-1947 M 1845-1955    P 479

R C  NLI B 1792-1880  M 1792-1880    Pos 2483/4

R C  TNFHF B 1792-1911 M 1792-1911

Newchapel

C of I  NLI  No records listed      MFCI 010

C of I  PRONI B 1792-1877 M 1812-1842 D 1812-1877  Lost in 1922

New Inn & Knockgraffon         

R C  NLI B 1820-1880 M 1798-1834    Pos 2502

R C  TFHR B 1820-1896 M 1798-1900

Newport          

C of I RCB B 1755-1962  M 1755-1962 D 1756-1867  P 026

C of I NLI St John’s  B 1755-1842  M 1789-1872 D 1783-1836  MFCI 002

R C  NLI B 1795-1880 M 1795-1880  D1795-1839  Pos 1505/3506

R C  TFHR B 1795-1900 M 1795-1900

R C  TNFHF B 1795-1900 M 1795-1900

Oughterleague

C of I  ILC        See Ballintemple

Peppardstown

C of I  ILC        See Fethard

Portroe         

R C  NLI B 1849-1880 M 1849-1880    Pos 2483

R C  TNFHF B 1849-1911 M 1849-1911

Powerstown         

R C  NLI B 1808-1880  M 1808-1880    Pos 2455

R C  WHL  B 1808-1911 M 1808-1911

Railstown

C of I  ILC        See Fethard

Rathcoole

C of I  ILC        See Fethard

Rathelty

C of I  ILC        See Thurles

Rathlynin

C of I  ILC        See Ballintemple

Rathronan

C of I  PRONI  B 1822-1876 M 1822-1846 D 1822-1877  Lost in 1922

Rellikmurray

C of I  ILC        See Athassell

C of I  NLI  No records listed      MFCI 011

Roscrea         

C of I  ILC B 1784-1875  M 1784-1845 D 1784-1875

C of I  NLI B 1784-1878  M 1791-1845 D 1792-1872  MFCI 003

Methodist  PRONI B 1830-1843      MIC429/1/83

R C  NLI B 1810-1880 M 1810-1880    Pos 2479/80

R C  TNFHF B 1810-1900  M 1810-1900

Shanrahan & Templetenny

C of I  PRONI B 1785-1877 M 1785-1850 D 1787-1877  Lost in 1922

Shronell

C of I  NLI   No records listed     MFCI 010

Shronell & Lattin

C of I  PRONI B 1780-1874 M 1782-1844 D 1781-1874  Lost in 1922

Shyane

C of I  ILC        See Thurles

Silvermines         

C of I  ILC        See Kilmore

R C  NLI B 1840-1880  M1841-1880    Pos 2481

R C  TNFHF B 1840-1911 M 1841-1911

Solloghodbeg

C of I  ILC        See Cullen

Templederry         

C of I  RCB   M 1845-1956    P 480

R C  NLI  B 1840-1880 M 1839-1869    Pos 2482

R C  TNFHF B 1840-1911 M 1839-1911

Templemore Military

C of I  ILC        No records listed

Templemore         

C of I  ILC  B 1812-1875 M 1812-1845 D 1812-1875  See NAI M 5364

C of I  NLI B 1791-1877  M 1812-1845 D 1791-1891  MFCI 007

C of I  RCB  B 1811-1931 M 1812-2006 D 1812-2001  P 1000

R C  NLI  B 1807-1800 M 1807-1880    Pos 2491/2

R C  TFHR B 1809-1900  M 1809-1900

R C  TNFHF B 1807-1900 M 1807-1900

Templemichael

C of I  ILC        No records

Templeneiry

C of I  RCB B 1895-1973 M 1965-1972 D 1895-2013

Templeneiry & Bansha

C of I  PRONI B 1790-1877 M 1789-1871 D 1789-1875

Templenoe

C of I  ILC        See Tipperary

Templeree

C of I  ILC        See Templemore

Templetenny         

C of I  ILC  B 1827-1868 M 1827-1844 D 1841-1873  See Shanrahan

R C  NLI  B 1817-1880  M1818-1880    Pos 24??

R C  WHL B 1817-1911 M 1818-1911

Templetouhy         

C of I  RCB B 1787-1904  M 1827-1892 D 1825-1904  P 1003

R C  NLI        See Moyne

Terryglass         

C of I  NLI B 1809-1877 M 1809-1853 D 1809-1877  MFCI 003

C of I  RCB B 1809-1862  M 1809-1916 D 1809-1882  P 224

R C  NLI B 1827-1880 M 1827-1880    Pos 2482

R C  TNFHF B 1827-1911 M 1827-1911

Thurles         

C of I  PRONI B 1713-1877 M 1715-1845  D 1713-1877

C of I  RCB B 1878-1891 M 1845-1984 D 1888-2000  P 1001

R C  NLI B 1795-1870 M 1795-1870    Pos 2489/90

R C  TFHR B  1795-1924 M 1795-1924

R C  TNFHF  B 1795-1900 M 1795-1900

Tipperary         

C of I  NLI B 1779-1873 M 1779-1845 D 1779-1875  MFCI 006/7

C of I  RCB B 1779-2001 M 1779-2006 D 1779-1994

Methodist  PRONI B 1837-1845      MIC429/1/542

R C  NLI B 1810-1880  M 1793-1880    Pos 2495/6

R C  TFHR B 1780-1899 M 1793-1900

Tissran

C of I  ILC        See Tessauran

Toem

C of I  PRONI B 1802-1886  M 1804-1845 D 1803-1877

C of I  RCB B 1804-  M 1804-1845 D 1803-1877

Toomevara         

R C  NLI B 1831-1880 M 1830-1880    Pos 2481

R C  TNFHF B 1831-1911 M 1830-1911

Tubrid

C of I  RCB B 1892-1905      P 076

Tullamaine

C of I  ILC        See Fethard

Tullamelan

C of I  ILC B 1823-1875 M 1823-1845 D 1823-1875

Tuogh

C of I  ILC        See Abington & Cappamore

Two-Mile-Borris

C of I  ILC        See Borrisoleigh

Upperchurch & Drombane         

R C  NLI  B 1829-1876 M 1829-1876    Pos 2495

R C  TFHR B 1829-1900 M 1829-1900

R C  TNFHF B 1829-1900 M 1829-1900

Whitechurch

C of I  ILC        See Tubrid

Youghal Arra         

C of I  PRONI B  1840-1876  M 1841-1843 D 1844-1875  Lost in 1922

R C  NLI B 1828-1880  M 1820-1880    Pos 2483/4

R C  TNFHF B 1828-1911 M 1820-1911

County Waterford     

C of I = Church of Ireland – Anglican Church     

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society     

ILC – Local = Records are held locally     

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed     

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland     

R C = Roman Catholic     

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin      

TGC = The Genealogy Centre Londonderry     

WHL -= Waterford Heritage Ltd       

County Waterford   

Parish  Where stored  Baptisms  Marriages  Deaths  File No /Microfilm 

Abbey

C of I  ILC  See Kilfenora & Newquay Kilculliheen & Macully

Abbeyside & Ring     

R C   NLI  B 1828-1880  M 1828-1880    Pos 2469

R C   WHL B 1828-1911  M 1828-1911

Affane

C of I  PRONI B 1804-1876  M 1804-1856 D 1804-1878

Aglish     

C of I  ILC  See Affane

R C   NLI  B 1838-1880 M 1877-1880    Pos 2464

R C   WHL B 1831-1911 M 1833-1911

Annstown Church

C of I  ILC  See Dunhill

Ardmore     

C of I  RCB    M 1845-1905    P 783 See Montaghs

Ardmore & Ballmacart

C of I  PRONI B 1791-1876  M 1791-1845 D 1791-1877

Ardmore & Grange     

R C   NLI B 1823-1880 M 1857-1880 D 1826-1827  Pos 2465

R C   WHL B 1816-1911 M 1857-1911

Ballinakill

C of I RCB St Thomas   B 1845-1958 M 1941-1991  P 632

Ballybacon

C of I  ILC  See Kilrush & Tubrid

Ballyduff     

R C   NLI B 1849-1880 M 1853-1880    Pos 2469/70

R C   WHL B 1849-1911 M 1857-1911

Ballygunner

C of I  ILC  See Ballinakill

Ballylaneen

C of I  ILC  See Stradbally

Ballymacart

C of I  ILC  See Ardmore

Ballynakill

C of I  PRONI B 1822-1881 M 1812-1848 D 1793-1881  Lost in 1922

Boolagh or Abbeygormacan

C of I  ILC  See Kiltormer

Bunmahon

C of I  ILC  See Monksland & Stradbally

Cappoquin     

C of I  ILC B 1844-1875

R C   NLI B 1810-1880 M 1807-1880    Pos 2467

R C   WHL B 1819-1911 M 1807-1911

Carrickbeg     

C of I  ILC  See Dysart

R C   NLI B 1842-1876 M 1807-1881    Pos 2450

R C   WHL B 1842-1911 M 1807-1911

Carrick on Suir     

C of I  NLI B 1803-1874 M 1804-1865 D 1803-1875  MFCI 009 See Carrick & Dysart

Clashmore

C of I  ILC B 1822-1894 M 1822-1842 D 1822-1881

Clashmore & Kinsalebeg     

R C   NLI  B 1811-1879 M 1810-1879    Pos 2462 , 2464

R C   WHL B 1811-1911 M 1810-1911

Clonea

C of I  ILC  See Stradbally

Clonegam     

C of I  NLI B 1741-1870 M 1742-1845  D 1743-1875  MFCI 013/15

C of I  RCB B 1741-2000 M 1742-2001 D 1743-2000  P 646

Colligan

C of I  ILC  See Whitechurch Lismore

Crooke

C of I  ILC  See Killea

Disertmore

C of I  ILC  See Rosbercon

Donaghmore

C of I  ILC  See Donamore Glasscarrig & Ardamine

Donoughmore

C of I  ILC  See Lisronagh

Drumcannon (Tramore)     

C of I  NLI  No records listed MFCI

C of I  RCB B 1791-2000 M 1792-1955 D 1791-2001  P 639

Dungarvan     

C of I  NLI B 1741-1875 M 1741-1875 D 1741-1875  MFCI 010

C of I  PRONI B 1722-1854 M 1740-1916 D 1722-1933

C of I  RCB   M 1846-1875    P 566

R C   NLI B 1787-1880  M 1809-1880    Pos 2468/9

R C   WHL B 1787-1911 M 1809-1911

Dunhill

C of I  RCB   M 1845-1951    P 635

Dunhill & Fenor     

R C   NLI B 1829-1881 M 1836-1880 D 1879-1881  Pos 2448/9

R C   WHL  B 1829-1911 M 1837-1911

Dunmore East

C of I  ILC  See Killea & Kill

Dysart

C of I  PRONI B 1825-1866 M 1824-1846  D1826-1857  Lost in 1922

Faithleff

C of I  ILC  See Kill

Fenoagh

C of I  ILC  See Clonegan & Dysart

Fews

C of I  ILC  See Mothel & Rossmire

Grange or Lisgenane

C of I  ILC  See Kinsalebeg

Guilagh

C of I  PRONI B 1851-1877   D 1854-1876

C of I  RCB   M 1855-1950    P 809

Innislonnagh

C of I  PRONI B 1801-1877 M 1800-1846 D 1805-1878  Lost in 1922

Kilburn

C of I  ILC  See Trinity & St Olaf Waterford

Kilcaragh

C of I  ILC  See Trinity & St Olaf Waterford

Kilcash

C of I  ILC  See Killaloan

Kilcoooockan

C of I  ILC  See Templemichael

Kilculliheen

C of I  ILC  See Macully

C of I  RCB B 1878-1982 M 1845-1984 D 1877-1982  P 688

Kilgobinet     

R C   NLI B 1848-1880 M 1848-1880    Pos 2464

R C   WHL B 1848-1911 M 1848-1911

Kilgrant or Powerstown

C of I  ILC  See Killaloan

Kill     

C of I NLI St Nicholas  B 1730-1864 M 1730-1864 D 1730-1864  MFCI 008

C of I RCB St Nicholas  B 1730-1972  M 1730-1941 D  1730-1994  P 631

Killea     

C of I RCB St Andrew  B 1816-2000 M 1816-1956 D 1849-2001  P 634 See Kill

R C   NLI B 1815-1881  M 1780-1882    Pos 2450

R C   WHL B  1809-1911 M 1780-1911

Killoteran     

C of I  NLI B 1828-1877  M 1768-1781 D 1758-1772  MFCI 013

C of I RCB St Peter    M 1853-1960    P 644

Kilmacleague

C of I  ILC  See Ballynakill

Kilmacomb

C of I  ILC  See Ballynakill

Kilmacow

C of I  RCB B 1753-1926  M1753-1957  D 1764-1923  P 636

Kilmacthomas

C of I  ILC  See Rossmire

Kilmeaden     

C of I  NLI B 1693-1873 M 1683-1847 D 1683-1882  MFCI 013

C of I RCB St Mary  B 1683-2000 M 1694-2005 D 1694-2001  p 645

Kilmolash

C of I  ILC  See Kilrush

Kilmoleran

C of I  ILC  See Dysart

Kilrossanty     

C of I  PRONI B 1806-1876 M 1810-1841 D 1843-1876  Lost in 1922

R C   NLI B 1822-1880 M 1859-1880    Pos 2465

R C   WHL B 1822-1911 M 1859-1911

Kilrush

C of I  ILC  No records listed

Kinsalebeg

C of I  RCB  M  1848-1876 D 1910-1918  P 835

Kilsheelan

C of I  ILC  No records listed

Kilwatermoy

C of I  PRONI  B 1860-1875   D 1858-1870  See Tallow

Kinsalebeg

C of I  RCB   B 1848-1876 M 1910-1918

Kinsalebeg & Grange

C of I  PRONI  B 1817-1862 M 1827-1857 D 1841-1868

Knockanore     

R C   NLI B 1816-1880  M 1854-1880    Pos 2462

R C   WHL B 1816-1911  M 1803-1911

Lickoran

C of I  ILC  See Whitechurch

Lisgrenane or Grange

C of I  ILC  See Kinsalebeg

Lismore     

C of I  ILC B 1693-1878 M 1692-1841 D 1711-1878

C of I  ILC  See Ardfinnan

C of I  NLI B 1693-1841 M 1692-1847  D1711-1841  MFCI 018

R C   NLI  B 1820-1880  M 1822-1880    Pos 2467/8

R C   WHL B 1820-1911 M 1822-1911

Lismore & Mocollip

C of I  ILC  No records listed

Mocollop

C of I  NLI B 1852-1888  D  1853-1888  MFCI 018

C of I  PRONI B 1852-1888   D 1853-1888  Lost in 1922 See Lismore

Modeligo     

R C   NLI B 1846-1880      Pos 2470

R C   WHL B 1815-1911 M 1820-1911

Monksland

C of I  ILC B 1836-1878 M 1837-1875  D 1836-1878

Mortlestown

C of I  ILC  See Outeragh

Mothel

C of I  RCB  M  1847-1857    P 659

Mothel & Rathgormack     

R C   NLI B 1831-1881 M 1845-1880    Pos 2449

R C   WHL B 1831-1911 M 1852-1911

Newcastle     

C of I  ILC  See Guilcagh & Dunhill

R C   NLI B 1814-1880 M 1822-1880    Pos 2454

R C   WHL B 1814-1911 M 1822-1911

Newchapel

C of I  ILC  No records listed

Newtownlennon

C of I  ILC  No records listed

Old Parish & Ring     

R C   NLI B 1813-1859 M 1840-1859    Pos 2465

R C   WHL B 1813-1911 M 1813-1911

Outeragh

C of I  ILC  See Knockgriffin – united with Cahir

Passage East

C of I RCB St Ann   M  1970-    P 633 See Kill

Polroane

C of I  ILC  No records listed

Portlaw Clonegan

Presbyterian  IPHS B 1843-1908 M 1845-1904

Portlaw      

C of I  ILC  See Clonegan

R C   NLI B 1809-1881 M 1805-1882    Pos 2449/50

R C   WHL  B  1809-1911 M 1805-1911

Powerstown & Kilgrant

C of I  ILC  See Killaloan

Rathgormuck

C of I  ILC  See Mothel

Rathmoylan

C of I  ILC  See Killea

Reisk

C of I  ILC  See Kilmeadan

Ringagonagh

C of I  PRONI B 1853-1875  M 1830-1835 D 1864-1875  Lost in 1922

Rochestown

C of I  ILC  See Ardfinnan

Rossmire

C of I  PRONI B 1834-1896 M 1803-1849 D 1836-1897  Lost in 1922

Rossmore     

R C   NLI  B 1797-1869 M 1797-1880    Pos 2452

R C   WHL B 1798-1911 M 1797-1911

Shanbough

C of I  ILC  See Rosbercon

Stradbally     

C of I  ILC B 1798-1875 M 1798-1845 D 1798-1875

R C   NLI B 1806-1880  M 1805-1880    Pos 2465/6/7

R C   WHL  B 1797-1911 M 1805-1911

Tallow & Kilwatermoy

C of I  ILC B 1772-1875 M 1772-1845 D 1772-1875

Tallow     

C of I  NLI  B 1829-1874   D 1831-1873  MFCI 009

R C   NLI B 1797-1880  M 1798-1853    Pos 24

R C   WHL B 1797-1911 M 1799-1911

Templemichael

C of I  PRONI  B 1821-1875 M 1804-1865 D 1823-1875

C of I  RCB B 1865-1952  M 1847-1919    P 836

Touraneena      

R C   NLI B 1852-1889  M 1852-1880    Pos 24

R C   WHL B 1852-1911 M 1852-1911

Tramore     

C of I  ILC  See Drumcannon

R C   NLI B  1798-1840      Pos 24

R C   WHL B 1798-1911 M 1785-1911

Tullaghorton

C of I  ILC  No records listed

Tullameelan     

C of I  NLI B 1818-1877 M 1831-1840 D 1829-1875  MFCI 007

R C   NLI  No records listed

R C   WHL No records listed

Villierstown

C of I  ILC  B 1821-1858 M 1821-1846  D 1821-1846

Waterford     

C of I ILC  Abbey Church  See Macully

C of I NLI  Holy Trinity B 1655-1857 M 1655-1850 D 1655-1892  MFCI 012/13

C of I NLI  St John’s  No records listed  MFCI 010 See St Patrick

C of I ILC St Michael   See Christ Church

C of I NLI  St Olafs B 1741-1872 M 1742-1845  D 1744-1838  MFCI 010/11/12

C of I RCB St Olafs  B 1741-1936 M 1742-1952  D1742-1838  P 637

C of I NLI St Patrick  B 1723-1872  M 1725-1845  D 1723-1855  MFCI 010/12

C of I RCB St Patrick   B 1724-1966 M 1725-1959  D1724-1855  P 640

C of I NLI  St Peter B 1737-1746 M 1743-1787    MFCI 010

C of I NLI  St Stephen/St Patrick B 1731-1749      MFCI 010

C of I RCB Trinity/Christ  Church   B 1655-1999 M 1698-1954  D1698-1898  P 641

Methodist  PRONI B 1825-1842      MIC429/1/19

Presbyterian IPHS  1st & 2nd B 1826-1854 M 1827-1980

R C NLI Ballybricken  B 1795-1880 M 1797-1880    Pos 2450/1/2

R C WHL Ballybricken  B 1797-1911 M 1797-1922

R C  NLI Holy Trinity  B 1729-1863 M 1819-1863    Pos 2444/5

R C  WHL Holy Trinity  B 1729-1911 M 1747-1911

R C  NLI St John’s  B 1706-1837 M 1706-1856    Pos 2446

R C  WHL St John’s  M 1759-1911 M 1760-1911

R C   NLI  St Patrick’s & Olaf’s  B 1731-1839 M 1743-1859    Pos 2447

R C  WHL  St Patrick’s & Olaf’s   B 1706-1911  M 1706-1911

Whitechurch

C of I  PRONI B 1807-1878 M 1805-1854 D 1840-1875  Lost in 1922

 

 

 

List of Church Registers for the Province of Ulster by County & by Parish

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This page lists the  various Church Registers for the Province of Ulster by County,  Antrim, Armagh, Cavan, Derry/Londonderry, Donegal, Down, Fermanagh, Monaghan & Tyrone, by Parish, covering Births, Marriages & Deaths showing what records are available by date, where they are stored and reference numbers where used.

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County Antrim

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society    

Local  or ILC = Records are held locally    

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed    

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland    

R C = Roman Catholic    

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin  

UHF = Ulster Historical Foundation    

By Parish    

County Antrim  Where Stored Births Marriages Deaths File No /Microfilm

Letter B = Baptisms  M = Marriages D = Deaths

Aghagallon    

C of I ILC    See Aghalee

C of I PRONI    No records listed

C of I ILC 1782-1922 1782-1905 1782-1916 MC337

R C  NLI  B 1828-1880  M 1828-1880 D 1828-1880 Pos 5467

R C  PRONI B 1828-1889 M 1828-1889 D1828-1881 MIC1D/63

R C  UHF B 1829-1890 M 1829-1890 D 1829-1890

Aghalee & Magheramesk

C of I PRONI B 1811-1922 M 1811-1905 D 1811-1916 MIC583/8 MIC1/325

Ahoghill    

C of I PRONI B 1811-1928 M 1811-1996 D 1821-1952 Incl Drumbo & Hillsborough

Presbyterian 1st PRONI B 1841-1922 M 1841-1920  MIC1P/64

Presbyterian 2nd or Trinity PRONI B 1835-1901 M 1836-1920 MIC1P/136 MIC438

Presbyterian 3rd or Brookside PRONI B 1859-1962 M 1845-1911 MIC1P/95

R C  NLI B 1833-1863 M 1833-1863 D 1833-1863 Pos 5472

R C  PRONI B 1833-1881M 1833-1880  MIC1/D/68

R C  UHF B 1864-1900 M 1866-1900

Aghaloo & Caledon

C of I PRONI B 1791-1876 M 1792-1845 D 1892-1939 MIC583/25-6 MIC1/326 D26502/1

Ahoghill

C of I PRONI B 1811-1928 M 1811-1996 D1821-1952 MIC583/9 CR/1/190

Annalong

C of I PRONI No records listed

Antrim     

C of I ILC B 1700-1914 M 1700-1906 D 1700-1954 MC310/311

C of I PRONI B 1750-1914 M 1700-1906 D 1700-1954 MIC583/11-12 MIC1/328 CR/1/77 D 1200/4

Methodist PRONI B 1890-1987 M 1836-1915 MIC1/F MIC429/1/490

Presbyterian Millrow 1st PRONI B 1677-1960 M 1675-1913 D 1820-1835 MIC1P/3 CR3/2 CR3/64

Presbyterian High Street 2nd PRONI B 1850-1951 M 1870-1995  MIC1P/346 CR/3/64

Presbyterian High Street 2nd IPHS M 1863-1892

R C  NLI B 1874-1880   Pos 5472

R C  PRONI B 1873-1881   MIC1/D/68

R C  UHF B 1872-1900 M 1873-1900

Arboe     

C of I ILC B 1871-  M 1845-  D 1907-

C of I PRONI B 1775-1871 M 1773-1845 D 1776-1906 MIC583/10 D1278

Ardclinnis

C of I ILC B 1834-1877  M 1838-1845 D 1839-1877

Armoy     

C of I ILC    See Loughguile

C of I PRONI B 1826-1891 M 1827-1982 D 1827-1893 MIC1/334 See Loughguile

Presbyterian PRONI B 1842-1906 M 1815-1920  MIC1P/290

R C  NLI B 1848-1880 M 1848-1880  Pos 5473

R C  PRONI B 1848-1880 M 1848-1882  MIC1/D69

R C  UHF B 1872-1900 M 1872-1900

Ashee

C of I PRONI    No records listed

Ballinderry     

C of I ILC B 1805-1870 M 1840-1845 D 1805-1870

C of I PRONI B 1806-1871 M 1805-1845 D 1823-1871 MIC583/14 T/1572

Moravian PRONI B 1754-1817 M 1784-1800  MIC1/F/1 CR/9

Ballintoy     

C of I ILC B 1804-1877 M 1803-1844

C of I  PRONI  M 1845-1859 D 1872-1898  MIC583/6-6 MIC1/111

R C   NLI B  1872-1880  M 1872-1879  Pos 5473

R C   PRONI  B 1872-1882  M 1872-1882  MIC1/D69

R C   UHF  B 1872-1900  M 1872-1900

Ballycarry

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1832-1969  M 1832-1945  MIC1P/330 CR/3/31 CR/4/18

Ballycastle       

C of I  PRONI B  1823-1870  M 1825-  D 1832-1870  Lost in 1922

Methodist  ILC  B 1843-   M 1875-

Methodist  PRONI  B 1843-  M 1865-1925  MIC1E/63 MIC429/1/184

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1829-1967  M 1829-1922  MIC1P/115

R C   NLI  B 1869-1880  M 1872-1879  Pos 5473

R C   PRONI B 1869-1882  M 1870-1872  MIC1/D63

R C   UHF B  1869-1900 M 1870-1900

Ballyclapper

Presbyterian  PRONI    No records listed

Ballyclare  

C of I ILC    See Ballynure & Kilbride

Methodist  ILC  B 1843-  M 1868-

Methodist  PRONI  B1834-6    MIC429/1/341, 436

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1839-1920  M 1839-1961 D  1817-1928  MIC1P/324 T/1602 CR/3/64 MICiC/98 CR/5/1 MIC1B/7 CR/4/1E CR/4/19

Ballyclug      

C of I  RCB  B 1828-1938  M 1828-1845  D 1828-1875  MC 312

Methodist  ILC B  1939-  M 1913-

Methodist  PRONI  B 1841-1938  M 1841-1912  D 1841-1871  MIC583/15 MIC1/330 CR/1/79

Ballycor

C of I  ILC    See Ballyeaston

Ballyeaston

C of I  ILC B 1827-1888  M 1827-1893  D 1855-1898  MC 342

Ballyeaston, Ballycor & Rashee      

Methodist  ILC B 1866- M 1894-  D 1888-

Methodist  PRONI  M1845-1893  MIC1/333

Presbyterian 1st  PRONI  B 1814-1924  M 1813-1890  MIC1P/24 408 420 CR/3/17 51/1013/1 CR/3/64

Presbyterian 2nd  PRONI  B 1821-1967  M 1826-1936  D 1842-1918  MIC1P/124 CR/3/64

Ballygoney

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1848-1937  M 1845-1936  MIC1P/448

Ballylinney      

C of I  PRONI    No records listed

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1837-1922  M 1837-1900  MIC1P/327 CR/3/16 CR/3/64

Ballymacash

C of I  PRONI  No records listed  CR/1/1

Ballymartin

C of I  ILC    See Carnmoney

Ballymeena / Kirkinrola

C of I  PRONI  B 1780-1895  M 1807-1912  D 1777-1907

Ballymena      

Baptist  ILC  M 1865-

Congregational   ILC  B 1901-  D 1898-

Methodist  PRONI  B 1829-1925  M 1836-1931  MIC1E/57-58 CR/6/4 MIC429/1/490

Presbyterian 1st West Church  PRONI  B 1829-1945  M 1830-1903  MIC1P/105

Presbyterian 1st  PRONI  B 1812-1938  M 1812-1906  MIC1P/114

Presbyterian High Kirk  PRONI  B 1813-1941 M 1845-1936  MIC1P/204

Presbyterian Wellington Street  PRONI  B 1863-1962  M 1864-1920  MIC1P/27 T/513/1

Ballymena or Kirkrola 

C of I PRONI    No records listed

Presbyterian  PRONI  M 1849-1863  CR/4/10

Ballymoney      

C of I  ILC B 1807-1875  M 1807-1845 D 1807-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1807-1898  M 1808-1845  D 1807-1888  MIC583/16-17

Methodist  PRONI  B 1831-1987  M 1864-1929  MIC1E/63

Presbyterian 1st  PRONI  B 1751-1926  M 1817-1926  MIC1P/363 CR/3/1

Presbyterian 2nd St James  PRONI  B 1835-1940  M 1835-1921  MIC1P/266 MIC1P/117

Presbyterian Trinity  PRONI  M 1845-1921  MIC1P/35

R C   NLI  B 1853-1880  M 1853-1879  Pos 5473

R C   PRONI  B 1853-1882  M 1853-1879  MIC1/D69A

R C   UHF  B 1853-1900  B1853-1900  1879-1887

Ballymoney & Devrock

Presbyterian  PRONI    No records listed CR/5/32

Ballynure 

C of I  ILC  B 1812-1877  M 1825-1830 D  1852-1877

C of I  PRONI B 1812-1910  M 1830-1904 D 1840-1880  MIC583/17 MIC1/332

C of I  RCB  B 1812-1910  M 1829-1904  D 1830-1877  MC341

Methodist  ILC B 1843-  M 1864-1876

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1819-1918  M 1819-1899  MIC1P/103 CR/3/64

Ballyrashane      

C of I  PRONI  B 1827-1877 M  1829-1850 D 1830-1877  Lost in 1922

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1863-1928  M 1846-1936  MIC1P/70

Ballyrwatt Ballyrashane

Presbyterian 2nd  PRONI  B 1867-1927  M 1845-1914  MIC1P/379

Ballyweaney

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1862-1967  M 1845-1900  MIC1P/82

Ballywillian      

C of I  ILC  B 1826-1875  M 1825-1844  D 1827-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1826-1871  M 1825-1844  D 1827-1871  MIC583/2 CR/1/34 MIC1/287

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1862-1939 M 1846-1909  MIC1P/368

Belfast      

2nd All Souls

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1782-1828 M 1771-1827  CR/9

Academy Street

Presbyterian   PRONI    No records listed

Agnes Street

Methodist  ILC  B 1864-  M 1868-

Agnes Street

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1869-1881    MIC1P/47

Albert Street

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1852-1921  M 1854-1933  MIC1P/16

Albertbridge Road

Congregational   ILC B 1867-  M 1868-

Alexander

Presbyterian   PRONI    No records listed

Alfred Street

Presbyterian   ILC    Registers in Fitzroy Presbyterian Church

Argyle Place

Presbyterian   ILC  B 1853-  M 1853-

Ballinafeigh St Judes

C of I  ILC  B 1873-  M  1874-   D 1874-

Ballymacarrett

C of I St Patricks PRONI B 1827-1893 M 1827-1900  MIC583/4, 17 MIC1/317

Methodist   PRONI B 1864-1908  M1867-1918  CR/6/18 See Mountpottinger

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1847-1921  M 1845-1928  MIC1P/15

R C   NLI  B 1841-1880  M 1841-1880  Pos 5469

R C   PRONI  B 1841-1888  M 1841-1888  MIC1D65

Ballysillan

C of I Christ Church PRONI  B 1835-1956 M  1837-1956 D 1838-1902  MIC583/23-26 CR/1/13 See also St Mark’s Belfast

C of I St Mark’s ILC  B 1856-1875    See Ballysillan

C of I St Mark’s PRONI  B 1856-1871    MIC583/10

Presbyterian   PRONI B  1839-1960 M 1845-1902  MIC1P/22

Belmont

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1862-1920    CR/3/39

Berry Street

Presbyterian (St Enochs)   PRONI  B 1869-1984  M 1869-1912  MIC1P/56 CR/3/34

Botanic Avenue & Linnenhall Street

Presbyterian   PRONI M 1881-1933  MIC1C/5 CR/5/4

Broadway

Presbyterian   IPHS  B 1894-1982 M 1896-1977

Carlile Memorial & Carlile Circus

Methodist   ILC  B 1877-  M 1877-

Methodist   PRONI   No records listed MIC1E/59

Castlereagh Road

Methodist   PRONI  B 1895-1897    MIC1E/56

Clifton Park

Congregational   ILC  B  1876-1878

Clifton Street

Presbyterian (United)   IPHS  B 1861-1949  M 1862-1953 D 1862-1892

Cliftonville

Presbyterian   PRONI No records listed

College Square North

Presbyterian   IPHS B  1840-1967  M 1840-1967

Presbyterian   PRONI  M 1845-1906  MIC1P/107

College Street South or Chancellor

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1863-1925   MIC1C/2 /CR/5/2 Memorial became Grosvenor Rd

Cregagh Road

Presbyterian   PRONI    No records listed CR/5/28

Cregagh St Finnians

C of I  ILC  B 1928-  M 1934-

Cresent was Linnenhall pre 1887

Presbyterian    PRONI  B 1831-1974  M 1831-1908  MIC1P/57

Presbyterian    IPHS  M 1907-1975

Crumlin Road

Methodist   ILC  B 1878-  M 1886-

Donegal Place

Methodist   PRONI  1871-1885  1872-1885  MIC1E/2 /CR/6/14

Donegal Square

Methodist   PRONI  B 1815-1894 M  18351-1991  CR6/13 MIC1E/1 MIC429/1/267, 465

Donegal Street

Congregational   PRONI    No records listed D2021

Duncairn Gardens

Methodist   ILC   B 1890-  M 1895-

Dundela

C of I St Mark’s ILC  M 1870-

C of I St Mark’s PRONI  B 1864-1889    MIC1/53

C of I St Mark’s PRONI  B 1867-1968  M 1869-1968  D 1867-1870  MIC583/24 CR/1/85 MIC1/351

C of I St Mark’s RCB   B 1867-1956  M 1869-1988  D 1867-1870  P 145

Eglington Road

C of I St Thomas PRONI  1871-1925  1871-1929  CR/1/36

Falls Road

Methodist   PRONI  B 1882-1903  M 1863-1907  MIC1E/64 CR6/13

Methodist   ILC  B 1863-1906

R C Family   UHF  B 1869-1900  M 1895-1900  Pos 5469

Frederick Street

Methodist   ILC  B 1841-1904  M 1841-1904

Methodist   PRONI B 1841-1842    MIC429/1/518

Grosvenor Road

C of I Holy Trinity   PRONI  B 1885-1979  M 1855-1983

C of I Holy Redeemer RCB   B 1968-1992 M  1968-1992  P 781

Methodist Central Mission Hall   ILC  B 1895-  M 1896-

R C Holy Cross  NLI  B 1868-1880  M 1868-1880  Pos 5469

R C Holy Cross   PRONI  B 1868-1881  M 1868-1881  MIC1D/65

R C Holy Cross    UHF  B 1834-1900  M 1868-1900

Hydepark North

Methodist Belfast Mission   ILC  B 1834-  M 1868-   See Ballyclare

Jennymount

Methodist   ILC  B 1873-  M 1913-

Knock Columbkille

C of I  ILC  B 1890-  M 1896-

Knock

Methodist   PRONI B 1874-1912  M 1872-1906  MIC1E/40

Ligoniel

C of I  ILC    See St Mark’s Belfast

Methodist   ILC  B 1870-  M 1893-

Lisburn Road

C of I St Nicholas ILC  B 1901-  M 1902-

Lower Falls

C of I Magdalen Asylum ILC  B 1855-1872

C of I St Luke ILC  B 1855-1871

C of I St Luke PRONI  B 1863-1890    Lost in 1922

C of I St Luke RCB    No records listed P 933

Malone  

C of I St John ILC  B 1839-1875  M 1842-1844

C of I St John ILC  B 1842-1887  M 1842-1884

C of I St John PRONI  B 1841-1887  M 1842-1844  MIC331

C of I St John RCB   B 1887-1965  M 1846-1903  MC73

Melbourne Street

Methodist   PRONI  B 1834-1907  M 1875-1908  MIC1E/19 CR/6/1

Mountpottinger

Methodist   PRONI  B 1885-1901 M 1888-1900  MIC1E/56

Newtownards Road

Methodist   ILC  B 1854-  M 1854-

Orangefield 

C of I St John ILC  B 1871-  M 1855-

C of I St John PRONI  B 1853-1892  M 1855-1897  MC583/4 MIC1/320

C of I St John RCB   B 1867-1892 M 1855-1897  MC329

Ormeau Road

Methodist   ILC  B 1870-  M 1884-

Osbourne Park

Methodist   ILC  M 1895-

Methodist   PRONI  B 1894-1965 M 1895-   CR/6/12

Primitive Street at Sandy Row

Methodist   ILC  B 1885-  M 1887-

R C  Sacred Heart UHF B  1849-1900  M 1890-1900

Salem

Methodist New Connection   ILC B  1829-  M 1904-  At Belfast North Belfast Mission

Sandy Row

Methodist   ILC  B 1885-  M 1878-

Shankill Road

Methodist   ILC  B 1874-  M 1915-

Shankill

C of I St Ann’s  ILC    D 1884-

C of I St Ann’s  PRONI  B 1745-1901  M 1745-1900  D 1745-1883  MIC583/18-23 MIC1/178

C of I St Ann Cathedral Mariners’ Chapel ILC  B 1868-1875

C of I St Ann Cathedral Mariner’s Chapel PRONI  B 1868-1922    MIC583/21

C of I St Ann Cathedral PRONI  B 1745-1884  M 1745-1823  D 1745-1823  MIC583/21/23 MIC1/178A

C of I St Ann Cathedral RCB   B 1745-1901  M 1845-1900  D 1824-1883  MC34-38, 43.60,64,77,84-89 125-127, 314-320

C of I St Aidan’s ILC B  1893-  M 1895-

C of I St Andrew’s ILC  B 1881-  M 1870-

C of I St Andrew’s PRONI  B 1868-1879    Lost in 1922

C of I St Barnabas ILC B  1892-  M 1893-

C of I St Bride’s PRONI  B 1938-1956  M 1945-1956  CR/1/82

C of I St Clement’s ILC B  1897-  M 1902-

C of I St Columbas ILC  B 1890-  M 1896-

C of I St Donard’s ILC  B 1900-  M 1903-

C of I St George’s ILC B 1819-1875  M 1824-1845

C of I St George’s PRONI  B 1817-1870  M 1817-1836  MIC1/116 MIC583/23-24

C of I St James ILC  B 1871-  M 1871-

C of I St James RCB  B 1871-1973  M  1871-2000  D 1867-1870  P 988 P7988

C of I St John RCB  B 1853-1875

C of I St Mary Magdalene’s ILC  B 1872-  M 1862-

C of I St Mary Magdalene’s PRONI  B 1847-1877    MIC583/19

C of I St Ann’s RCB   B 1681-1767  M 1676-1767  D 1754-1763  MC220

C of I St Matthew’s ILC  B 1681-1871  M 1676-1845  D 1675-1875

C of I St Matthew’s  PRONI  B 1846-1893  M 1856-1897  MIC583/2 CR/1/65

C of I St Matthew’s RCB    No records listed P 934

C of I St Mathias PRONI   No records listed  CR1/11

C of I St Mathias RCB     No records listed P 934

C of I St Michaels ILC  B 1893-  M 1900-

C of I St Paul’s PRONI  B 1853-1876    Lost in 1922

C of I St Peter Chapel of Resurrection  RCB   M 1941-1972  P 926

C of I St Peter ILC  B 1896-

C of I St Peter RCB   B 1896-2006  M 1901-1999  P 925

C of I St Phillip Drew Memorial ILC  B 1871-  M 1872-

C of I St Saviour ILC    No records listed P 935 United with St Luke Lr Falls Belfast

C of I St Silas PRONI  B 1899-1994  M 1902-1994  CR1/81

C of I St Stephens ILC  B 1868-  M 1869-  D 1869-

R C  St Brigid’s UHF  B 1849-1900  M 1890-1900

R C  St Joseph’s NLI  B 1872-1880  M 1872-1880  Pos 5471

R C  St Joseph’s PRONI  B 1872-1881  M 1872-1881  MIC1D/87

R C  St Malachy’s PRONI  B 1858-1881  M 1858-1881  MIC1D/67

R C St Malachy’s   NLI  B 1858-1880  M 1858-1880  Pos 5468

R C St Malachy’s   UHF  B 1858-1900  M1858-1900

R C  St Mary’s PRONI  B 1867-1881  M 1858-1881  MIC1D/64

R C St Mary’s   NLI  B 1867-1880  M 1867-1880  Pos 5471

R C St Mary’s   UHF B  1774-1900  M 1867-1900

R C  St Matthews UHF B  1841-1900  M 1841-1900

R C St Paul’s  ILC  B 1887-1887

R C  St Paul’s UHF  B 1824-1900  M 1887-1900

R C  St Peter NLI  B 1866-1880  M 1866-1880  Pos 5468/9

R C St Peter  PRONI  B 1866-1881  M 1866-1881  MIC1D/64-65

R C  St Peter UHF  B 1780-1900  M 1866-1900

R C St Vincent De Paul  UHF  B 1874-1900  M 1896-1900

Spamount

Congregational   ILC  B 1880-  M 1874-

Strandmillis Road

C of I St Bartholomew’s  PRONI  B 1813-1974  M 1917-1977  D 1918-1989  CR/1/86

C of I TCD Mission ILC  B 1938-1962  M 1947-1968  P 982

C of I Trinity Church PRONI  B 1844-1979  M 1855-1983  MIC583/4 D523/A-C CR/1/3

C of I Trinity Church RCB  B 1844-1876

R C  Union Workhouse UHF B  1884-1900

University Road

Methodist   PRONI  B 1865-1947 M 1866-1969  CR/5 CR6/13

University Street

C of I All Saints ILC  B 1888-  M 1893-1952-

Upper Falls 

C of I St John the Baptist ILC B  1872-  M 1863-

C of I St John the Baptist  PRONI  B 1856-1909  M 1895-1977  CR/1/69 MIC583/28

Whiterock

Luthern Church   ILC  B 1931-  M 1931-

Willowfield

C of I  ILC  B 1872-  M 1872-

Benvarden

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1864-1913  M1864-1912  MIC1P/16

Billy      

C of I   ILC  B 1882-  D 1882-

C of I  PRONI  B 1804-1882  M 1804-1845  D 1824-1882  Lost in 1922

C of I   PRONI  M 1845-1914  CR/1/29

Methodist  PRONI  B 1831-1987  M 1871-1931  MIC1/E/63

Blaris      

C of I  ILC    See Lisburn

C of I   RCB B 1637-1873  M 1639-1832  D 1639-1868  MC185-187

Braid      

R C   NLI  B 1878-1880  M 1878-1880  Pos 5473

R C   PRONI  B 1878-1881  M 1878-1881  MIC1/69A

R C   UHF  B 1857-1880  M 1869-1900

Brantry      

C of I  ILC  B M 1871-  1845-  D 1883-

C of I  PRONI  B 1844-1871  D 1846-1882  MIC583/24

Broughshane

Presbyterian 1st & 2nd   PRONI  B 1827-1986  M 1845-1906  MIC1P/76 MIC1P/77

Buckna

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1836-1893  M 1836-1907  MIC1P/322 T859/1,1389 T3054/81

Bushmills      

C of I  RCB    See Billy & Dunluce

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1820-1966  M 1821-1936  MIC1P/113 CR/5/14

Bushvale

Presbyterian  PRONI    See Kilraght

Cairnalbana

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1862-1953  M 1867-1952  MIC1P/351 T054/B/1/1

Cairncastle      

C of I  ILC    See Kilwaughter

Presbyterian  PRONI    No records listed

Carnalbanagh

Presbyterian  PRONI    No records listed

Camlough      

C of I  ILC  B 1873-  M 1845-  D 1872-

C of I  PRONI  B 1832-1872  M 1835-1845  D 1833-1871  MIC583/28

Methodist      PRONI No records listed

Carncastle      

C of I  PRONI    No records listed

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1831-1960  M 1832-1960  MIC18/5 MIC1P/328 T3054 CR/3/64

Carnlough       

C of I  ILC    See Ardolinis

R C   NLI  B 1869-1880  M 1869-1880  Pos 5474

R C   PRONI  B 1825-1880  M 1869-1882  MIC1D/70-71

R C   UHF  B 1857-1869  M 1869-1900

Carnmoney Ballylinagh & Ballymartin     

C of I  ILC  B 1871-  M 1845-  D 1879-

C of I  PRONI  B 1788-1871 M  1791-1845  D 1845-1879  MIC583/29 D 8852/8 45 85 91 105 122 125

Carnmoney      

C of I  ILC  B 1789-1875  M 1789-1845  D 1845-1875

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1823-1901  M 1823-1905  MIC1P/37 T/1013 CR/3/15 MIC86 D1349/9

Carrick

Congregational  ILC B  1877-  M 1848-

Carrickfergus      

C of I  ILC  B 1740-1875  M 1740-1845  D 1740-1870

C of I  PRONI  M 1845-1857  D 1870-1958

Congregational  PRONI  B 1819-1969  M 1824-1843  CR/8

Methodist  ILC  B 1826-1843  M 1864-

Methodist  PRONI  B 1815-1858    MIC1429/1/352

Methodist St Nicholas  PRONI  B 1740-1899  M 1740-1909 D 1740-1939  MIC583/28-30 MIC1/318 CR/1/25

Presbyterian 1st  PRONI  B 1823-1901  C 1823-1905  MIC1P/157

Presbyterian 2nd or Joymount  PRONI  B 1852-1907  C 1853-1956  MIC1P/332 CR/3/64

R C   NLI  B 1821-1872 M  1821-1872  Pos 5472

R C   PRONI  B 1852-1872 M 1852-1872  MIC1D/68-69

R C   UHF  B 1820-1900  M 1821-1900

Clough

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1865-1987  M 1855-1907  MIC1P/312 T3054/B/2

Cloughwater

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1852-1955  M1845-1923  MIC1P/320

Conlig

Presbyterian  PRONI    See Bangor Presbyterian

Connor      

C of I  PRONI  B 1818-1871  M 1819-1845  D 1823-1878  Lost in 1922

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1819-1963  M 1845-1900  MIC1P/162

Craigmore

Methodist  ILC  B 1941-1940

Craigs      

C of I  ILC  B 1839-1875  M 1841-1925  D 1841-1944  MC197

C of I  PRONI  B 1839-1925  M 18441-1925  D 1841-1944  MIC1/34 CR/1/55

Croaghmore

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1852-1964 M  1866-1917  MIC1P/370

Cranfield

C of I  PRONI    See Duneane

Crumlin      

Methodist  PRONI  B 1829-1880    MIC1E/58 MIC429/1/490

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1838-1913 M 1846-1977  MIC1P/125 CR/3/64

Cullybackey      

Methodist  ILC  B 1839-  M 1869-

Presbyterian  IPHS B  1726-1815  M 1727-1792

Presbyterian  PRONI B 1836-1940  M1822-1908  MIC1P/19 CR/5/9

Presbyterian Cunningham Memorial PRONI B  1812-1925  M 1818-1919  MIC1P/88 CR/3/7

Culfeightrin, Cushendun & Ennispollen     

R C  NLI  B 1825-1848 M  1834-1880  Pos 5472-5473

R C   PRONI  B 1825-1881  M 1834-1880  MIC1D/68-69A

R C   UHF  B 1834-1900 M 1845-1900

Culfeightrin     

C of I  ILC B  1878- M  1845- D  1879-

C of I  PRONI B 1829-1877 M  1829-1842  D 1829-1877  See Cushendun Lost in 1922

C of I  PRONI    D 1805-1831  MIC1/109

Cushendall

C of I  ILC    See Layde

Cushendun      

C of I  ILC  B 1877-  M 1875- D  1909-

C of I  PRONI  B 1839-1877  D 1846-1858  See Culfeightrin Lost in 1922

Presbyterian  PRONI B 1854-1947  M 1853-1935  MIC1P/352

R C   NLI  B 1848-1880 M  1848-1880  Pos 5473

R C   PRONI B  1848-1881  M 1848-1881  D 1845-1852  MIC1D/59A-B

R C   UHF  B 1834-1900  D 1845-1900

Derryaghy

C of I   PRONI  B 1696-1932 M 1696-1984  D 1696-1927  MIC1/32-33 CR/1/1 T/25 27 MIC583/4

Derrykeeghan      

C of I   ILC  B 1878-  M 1845-  D 1882-

C of I  PRONI B  1824-1878 M 1828-1845 D 1833-1876  Lost in 1922

Dervock

C of I  ILC    See Derrykeighan

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1827-1970  M1828-1903  MIC1P/30

Doagh

See  Ballycastle Methodist  ILC  B 1843-

Donaghendry

C of I   RCB  B 1844-1937  M 1844-1907  D 1844-1988  MC355

Donegore & Kilbride       

C of I  PRONI  B 1854-1877  D 1868-1877  Lost in 1922 See Kilbride

C of I   ILC  B 1878-  D 1878-

Presbyterian 1st  PRONI  B 1806-1896  M 1806-2002  MIC1P/79 T/3049/2 D1759/1A CR/3/64

Presbyterian 2nd  PRONI B  1848-1957  M 1845-2001  MIC1P/153 CR/3/23 CR/3/64

Donemena

Presbyterian  PRONI    No records listed

Douglas

Presbyterian  PRONI    No records listed

Downpatrick

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1827-1987  M 1827-1936  D 1834-1837  T/1268 MIC1B/12 CR/4/8 MIC1P/156

Drumbanagher      

C of I   ILC  B 1885-  M 1845-  D 1901-

C of I   PRONI  B 1835-1885  M 1839-1844 D 1841-1910  MIC1/11 MIC583/2

Drumbeg

C of I  PRONI  B 1807-1876  M 1823-1845  D 1818-1909  MIC1/41

Drummaul      

C of I  ILC  B 1823-1875 M  1823-1846 D 1823-1877

C of I  PRONI  B 1823-1989  M 1823-1992  D 18234-1900  MC 32

C of I   PRONI  B 1823-1989  M 1823-1992  D 1823-1900  MIC1/104

R C   NLI B  1825-1880  M 1825-1880  D 1835-1842  Pos 5474-5475

R C   PRONI  B 1825-1881  M 1825-1884 D 1837-1848  MIC1D/70-71

R C   UHF B  1834-1900 M  1835-1900 D  1837-1848

Drumreagh

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1864-1906  M 1845-1912  MIC1P/374 MIC1P/117

Drumtullagh      

C of I  PRONI B  1841-1872  M 1841-1845  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  B 1876-1912  M 1876-1934  D 1875-1944  MC359

Dunaghy      

C of I  PRONI B  1824-1958  M 1825-1826  D 1894-1934  MIC1/298-299

C of I  PRONI  B 1831-1877  M 1835-1848  D 1838-1877  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB  B 1877-1958    MC211

Dunboe      

Presbyterian 1st  PRONI B  1805-1949  M 1845-1934  MIC1P/412

Presbyterian 2nd  PRONI  B 1864-1983 M 1845-1913  MIC1P/149

Duncane

C of I  PRONI  B 1821-1878  M 1824-1945  D 1826-1878  Lost in 1922

Dundrod 

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1829-1950  M 1829-1993  MIC1P/416 CR/3/64

Dunloy      

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1841-1925 M 1842-1964  MIC1P/117

R C   NLI  B 1860-1880  M 1877-1880  D 1877-1880  Pos 5474

R C   PRONI  B 1840-1881  M 1877-1881 D 1877-1881  MIC1D/71

R C   UHF  B 1834-1900  M 1877-1900  D 1877-1900

Dunluce      

C of I  PRONI  B 1809-1875  M 1826-1845 D 1826-1875  Lost in 1922

C of I  PRONI  B 1809-1898  M 1826-1845  D 1826-1897  MIC1/90-91

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1885-1953  M 1845-1912  MIC1P/367 CR/5/5

Dunmurray 

Presbyterian  PRONI    No records listed

Dunean      

C of I  ILC B  1864-  M 1845-

C of I  PRONI  M 1869-2001  CR/3/64

R C   NLI  B 1834-1861 M  1835-1880  Pos 5474

R C   PRONI  B 1824-1861  M 1834-1861  MIC1D/70

R C   UHF  B 1834-1900  M 1835-1900

Dunseverick 

C of I  ILC    See Billy

Dunseverick, Billy & Ballintoy      

C of I  ILC  B 1832-1870  M 1833-1845  D 1833-1872

C of I  PRONI  B 1832-1895 M 1833-1845 D 1833-1872  MIC583/7 MIC1/23/3

Dunsford

C of I St Mary’s   ILC B  1895-  M 1846-  D 1884-

Eglantine

C of I   PRONI    No records listed

Eskylane

Presbyterian  PRONI    No records listed

Fintona

Methodist  ILC B 1878-  M 1882-

Finvoy      

C of I   ILC  B 1811-1880  M 1812-1845  D 1811-1878

C of I   PRONI  B 1811-1880  M 1812-1845 D 1811-1885  MIC1/48 MIC583/3 T/1397

Presbyterian  PRONI B 1843-1933  M 1843-1907  MIC1P/321

Garryduff

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1885-1985  M 1851-1936  MIC1P/265

Gartree      

C of I   PRONI  B 1899-1995  M 1935-1998 D 1899-1996  MICI/322

C of I  PRONI  B 1832-1899  M 1833-182  D 1832-1899  Lost in 1922

Giant’s Causway      

C of I Billy Liscolman Hall  PRONI    No records listed

C of I Billy’s Schoolhouse  PRONI    No records listed

Glenariffe

R C   UHF  B 1872-1900

Glenarm of Tickacrevan

C of I   PRONI B 1719-1941  M 1719-1922 D 1824-1941  MIC1/72-73 T/3054

Glenarm      

Methodist  PRONI  B 1878-1915  M 1863-1906  MIC1/E/39

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1833-1949  M 1840-1919  MIC1P/350 T/3054/B/1/30 MIC1B/4 T/3054/B

R C   NLI  B 1825-1880  M 1825-1880  D 1831-1858  Pos 5475

R C   PRONI  B 1865-1880  M 1825-1880  D 18331-1838  MIC1D/71

R C   UHF  B 1859-1900

Glenavy        

C of I  PRONI B 1707-1908  M 1707-1915  D 1707-1918  MIC583/1,7  MIC1/43-44B CR/1/53

Methodist  ILC  M 1881-

Methodist  PRONI B 1879-1900    MIC1E/58

Glenavy & Killead      

R C   NLI  B 1849-1880  M 1848-1880  Pos 5467

R C   PRONI  B 1849-1881  M 1848-1883  MIC1D/63

R C   UHF  B 1849-1900 M 1848-1900

Glenravel      

R C   NLI  B 1825-1880  M 1825-1880  D 1825-1841  Pos 5474

R C   PRONI B  1825-1881  M 1825-1882  D 1825-1869  MIC1D/71

R C   UHF  B 1825-1881  M 1825-1882  D 1825-1869

Glenwhirry

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1845-1978  M 1845-1927  MIC1P/151

Glynn      

C of I  ILC  M 1845-

C of I  PRONI  B 1838-1969  M 1842-1845 D 1838-1991

Gracehill

Moravian  PRONI  B 1750-1986 M 1758-1862 D 1766-1987  MIC1/F/3 CR9

Grange       

C of I  ILC    See Ballyscullion

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1844-1893 M 1866-1938  D/392/1-3 CR/5/18

Grange of Ballyscullion      

C of I  PRONI  B 1844-1875  D 1844-1874  Lost in 1922

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1824-1913  M 1824-1926  MIC1P/375

Grange of Doagh      

C of I  ILC    See Kilbride & Donegore

Presbyterian  PRONI    No records listed

Grange of Drumtullagh      

C of I  ILC   D 1916-

C of I  PRONI B  1875-1912  M 18765-1934  MIC1/336

Grange of Dundermot 

C of I  PRONI    No records listed

Grange of Inispollen

C of I  PRONI    No records listed

Grange of Killyglen

Methodist  PRONI  B 1878-1915 M 1863-1906  MIC1E/3/9

Grange of Molusk 

C of I  ILC    See Templepatrick

Grange of Muckamore      

C of I  ILC  B 1872-  M 1853-

C of I  PRONI  B 1845-1871  D 1848-1921  MIC583/5 CR/1/75

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1861-1985 M 1845-2001  MIC1P/27 CR/3/64

Grange of Nilteen

C of I  PRONI    No records listed

Grange of Shilvodan

C of I  PRONI    No records listed

Greencastle      

R C   NLI  B 1854-1880 M  1854-1881  Pos 5475

R C   PRONI  B 1854-1881  M 1877-1881  MIC1D/71

R C   UHF  B 1854-1881 M  1854-1900

Greyabbey

C of I  RCB  B 1894-1994 M 1845-1935  MC323

Hannastown, Rock & Derriaghy      

R C   NLI  B 1877-1880  M 1854-1880  Pos 5467

R C   PRONI  B 1877-1880  M 1877-1880  MIC1D/63

R C   UHF B 1848-1900 M 1848-1900

Hillhall

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1866-1952  M 1845-1907  MIC1P/380 MIC1P/230/5 CR/3/35

Hydepark      

Methodist  ILC  B 1843-  M 1864-  See Ligoniel Church Belfast

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1861-1879  M 1863-1997  CR/3/18 CR/3/64

Inver & Larne      

C of I  ILC  B 1806-1871 M  1817-1845 D 1826-1905

C of I  PRONI  B 1806-1871  M 1817-1845  D 1826-1905  MIC1/49 MIC583/4-7

Islandmagee      

C of I  PRONI  B 1825-1878 M 1827-1844  D 1829-1878  Lost in 1922

C of I  PRONI  B 1879-1917  M 1878-1915  MIC1/87

Presbyterian 1st   PRONI  B 1829-1935  M 1829-1956  MIC1P/326 CR/3/64

Presbyterian 2nd   PRONI  B 1854-1937 M  1848-1933  MIC1P/337

Jordanstown      

C of I St Patricks   PRONI  B 1868-1881    Lost in 1922

C of I St Patricks   RCB  B 1868-1974    MC129

C of I  PRONI  B 1868-1974  M 1869-1904  D 1951-  MIC1/215

Kells

C of I  ILC    See Connor

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1873-1897  M 1889-1921  MIC1P/310

Kellswater & Cullybackey

Presbyterian  PRONI    No records listed CR/5/9

Kilbride      

C of I  ILC B 1878-  D 1878-

C of I  PRONI  B 1854-1877  D 1866-1887  Lost in 1922

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1848-1923  M1849-2001  MIC1P/331 CR/3/64

Kilbride & Donegore

C of I  PRONI  B 1825-1854  M 1825-18444  D 1831-1866  Lost in 1922

Kilconriola

C of I  RCB  B 1815-1912  M 1807-1912  D 1780-1907  MC338/339

Kildollagh      

C of I  PRONI B  1850-1879  D 1867-1887  Lost in 1922

C of I  PRONI  B 1879-1956  M 1858-1958  D 1888-1951  MIC1/332

Killagan      

C of I  PRONI  B 1840-1882    Lost in 1922

C of I  PRONI B  1880-1937  M 1845-1935  D 1894-1939  MIC1/298-299

C of I  RCB  B 1880-1937  M 1845-1935 D 1894-1939  MC210

Killaney      

C of I  ILC M 1860-

C of I  PRONI  B 1836-1961  D 1865-1961  MIC1/62

Killead       

C of I  PRONI  B 1838-1966  M 1845-1977  D 1873-1942  MIC1/293

C of I  RCB  B 1838-1966  M 1845-1977  D 1873-1942  MC205/327

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1826-1849  M 1826-1901  MIC1P/419 CR/3/3 CR/3/64

Killeavey (Meigh)      

C of I  ILC  B 1878-  M 1845-  D 1879-

C of I  PRONI    D 1879-1962  T/2432

Kilmurtris

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1862-1925  M 1855-1908  MIC1P/309

Kilraghts      

C of I  PRONI    No records listed

Presbyterian 1st   PRONI  B 1831-2001 M 1845-1985  MIC1P/462

Presbyterian 2nd (Bushvale)   PRONI B 1858-1934  M 1848-1909  MIC1P/362

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1898-1966  M 1864-1914  MIC1C/8 CR5/32

Kilroot

C of I  PRONI    No records listed

Kilwaughter

C of I  ILC  B 1883-  M 1845-  D 1883-

Kilwaughter & Cairncastle     

C of I  PRONI  B 1821-1882  M 1823-1844  D 1824-1882  Lost in 1922

C of I  RCB B  1882-1930

Kirkinriola      

C of I  ICL    See Ballymena

R C   NLI  B 1848-1880 M 1842-1880  Pos 5473

R C   PRONI  B 1848-1881  M 1840-1882  MIC1D/69A

Lambeg      

C of I  ILC  B 1810-1875  M 1810-1846 D 1810-1875

C of I  ILC  B 1826-1934  D 1826-1906

C of I  PRONI  M 1845-1908  MIC1/124

Larne      

C of I   ILC    See Inver

Methodist  PRONI  1878-1915  1863-1906  MIC1E/39

Presbyterian 1st Poll List 1833   IHPS

Presbyterian 1st   PRONI  1813-1902  1846-1957  MIC1P/335 CR3/64

Presbyterian 2nd & Gardenmore   PRONI  1861-1906  1846-1956  MIC1P/263 CR/3/64

R C   NLI  B 1821-1872  M 1821-1872  Pos 5472

R C   PRONI  B 1821-1883  M1821-18823  MIC1D/68/69

R C   UHF Sr MacNissi   B  1807-1900  M 1828-1900

R C   UHF B  1820-1900 M 1821-1900

Larne & Kilwaughter

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1720-1929  M 1721-1908  MIC1B/6

Layde      

C of I  ILC  B 1826-1875 M  1826-1845 D 1826-1875

C of I  PRONI B  1826-1873 M 1826-1845  D 1826-1899  MIC583/31-32

R C   NLI  B 1838-1880  M 1837-1880  Pos 5472

R C   PRONI  B 1838-1881  M 1837-1881  MIC1D/68

R C   UHF  B 1858-1900  M 1860-1900

Lisburn      

C of I Christ Church Cathedral   ILC  B 1640-1873    D/1823/5

C of I Christ Church Cathedral   PRONI  B 1637-1933  M 1639-1957  D 1639-1929  Originally know as Lisnagarvey

Methodist  PRONI    No records listed

Presbyterian Railway Road   PRONI    No records listed

Loanends

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1834-1922 M  1845-2001 D 1845-1847  MIC1P/418 CR/3/6 CR/3/64

Loughguile & Armoy

C of I  PRONI  B 1817-1877  M 1818-1844  D 1817-1874

Loughguile     

C of I  PRONI  B 1802-1910  M 1846-1935  D 1879-1999  MIC1/335

C of I  RCB B  1802-1810  M 1802-1835  D 1803-1999  MC 357/358

R C   NLI  B 1845-1880 M 1845-1869  Pos 5473

R C   PRONI B  1845-1881  M 1845-1869  MIC1D/69A

R C   UHF  B 1825-1900  M 1825-1900

Lylehill      

Presbyterian  IPHS M 1830-1889

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1830-1889    MIC1P/98

Magheragall      

C of I  ILC B 1772-1875 M 1772-1845  D 1772-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1776-1916  M 1772-1902 D  1772-1902  MIC1/75-76 MIC 583/5

C of I  RCB B  1877-1916  M 1845-1904  D 1878-1902  MC325

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1878-1903  M 1845-1931  MIC1P/81 CR/3/45

Magheramesk      

C of I  PRONI    No records listed

Methodist  PRONI  B 1827-1975  M 1871-1931  MIC1E/61

Magheramorne

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1880-1930  M 1881-1959  MIC1P/349 CR/3/64

Middleton

Presbyterian  PRONI    No records listed

Millrow

Presbyterian 1st   PRONI    No records listed

Mosside

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1842-1930 M  1842-1936  D 1855-1878  MIC1P/91

Muckamore

C of I  PRONI  B 1847-1974 M  1853-2004 D 1884-1966

Mullaglass

C of I  ILC  B 1877-  M 1845-  D 1877-

Newtown Crommwelin     

C of I  ILC  B 1843-1873  M 1832-1930

C of I  PRONI  B 1831-1961  D 1843-1955  MIC1/123 MIC1/299 Records lost in 1922

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1835-1954 M 1836-1899  MIC1P/319

Portglenone      

C of I  ILC B  1877-  M 1845-  D 1877-

C of I  PRONI  B 1805-1873 M  1810-1845  D 1805-1871  Lost in 1922

Presbyterian 1st   PRONI B  1826-1923  M 1845-1936  MIC1P/24 D2594/1

Presbyterian 2nd   PRONI  B 1821-1910 M  1822-1910  MIC1P/367

Presbyterian 3rd   PRONI  B 1869-1944  M 1845-1911  MIC1P/334

R C   NLI  B 1864-1880 M  1845-1869  Pos 5473

R C   PRONI  B 1845-1881 M 1845-1869  MIC1D/71

R C   UHF B 1815-1900 M 1825-1900

Portrush      

C of I  ILC    See Ballywilliam

Methodist  PRONI  B 1831-1987  M 1890-1935  MIC1E/63

Presbyterian  PRONI B 1843-1953  M1846-1907  MIC1P/415

R C   NLI  B 1844-1880 M  1864-1882  Pos 5476

R C   PRONI B 1844-1881 M 1848-1889  MIC1D/72

Portrush Glenmanus

Presbyterian  PRONI    No records listed

Portstewart

Presbyterian  PRONI    No records listed

Poyntzpass

Presbyterian  PRONI    No records listed

Raloo      

C of I  PRONI    No records listed D1788/4

Presbyterian  ICL  B 1859-  M 1846-

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1842-1927  M 1841-1961  MIC1P/354

Ramoan      

C of I  ILC  B 1879-  M 1845-  D 1879-

C of I  PRONI  B 1842-1887 M  1843-1853  D 1844-1871  Lost in 1922

R C   NLI  B 1838-1880  M 1838-1880  Pos 5476

R C   PRONI B 1838-1881  M 1835-1883  MIC1D/72

R C   UHF  B 1838-1900 M  1838-1900

Ramoon      

C of I  PRONI   D 1805-1831  MIC1/109

C of I  PRONI  B 1805-1879 M 1818-1845  D 1829-1879  Lost in 1922

Presbyterian  PRONI  M 1845-1910  MIC1P/366

Randalstown

C of I  ILC    See Drummaul

Methodist  PRONI  B 1829-1987    MIC1/E/58

Presbyterian 1st   PRONI  M 1845-2001  MIC1P/99 CR/3/64

Presbyterian 2nd   PRONI B  1850-1986 M  1845-1936  MIC1P/86 CR/3/64

Presbyterian Old   PRONI  B 1853-1944 M 1845-2001  MIC1P/364 CR/3/64

Rasharkin      

C of I  ILC B 1871- M  1845- D  1878-

C of I  PRONI  B 1845-1871  D 1845-1877  Lost in 1922

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1834-1919 M 1945-1919  MIC1P/292

R C   NLI  B 1848-1880  M 1848-1880  Pos 5476

R C   PRONI  B 1848-1881 M 1848-1881  MIC1D/72

R C   UHF B  1848-1900 M  1847-1900

Rashee

C of I  ILC    See Ballyeaston

Rathcavan

C of I  ILC    See Skerry

Rathlin Island      

C of I  PRONI  B 1845-1877  M 1845-1877  Lost in 1922

C of I  PRONI  B 1845-1954 M  1845-1922  D 1845-1962  MIC1/114 T/861 T/897

R C   PRONI  B 1856-1880  M 1857-1880  MIC1D/92

R C   UHF  B 1856-1900  M 1857-1900

Roseyards      

Presbyterian  ILC    No records listed

Presbyterian  PRONI  1780-1798  D1748/A/2

Sandholes

Presbyterian  PRONI  M 1863-1870  1845-1870  MIC1P/42

Seagoe

C of I  PRONI B 1672-1919 M 1676-1919 D 1691-1919  MIC1/73-74

Skerry

C of I  ILC B 1805-1878  M 1805-1845 D 1805-1878

Skerry & Racavan      

C of I  ILC  B 1867-

C of I  PRONI B 1805-1906  M 1826-1845  D 1805-1929  MIC1/78 T3054/B/1/11,28

Soldierstown

C of I  ILC    See Aghalee

Stoneyford      

C of I ILC  M 1887-

C of I PRONI St John   B 1839-1925    MIC1/32 CR1/1

Straid

Congregational  PRONI   B 1837-1915 M 1839-1865  D 1839-  CR/7/9

Templecorran & Kilroot     

C of I  ILC  B 1848-1875 M  1848-  D 1856-1875

C of I  PRONI B  1848-1901 D 1848-1962  MIC1/98 MIC583/5

Templepatrick      

C of I  ILC  B 1827-1875  M 1827-1845  D 1827-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1827-1908 M  1827-1935  D 1828-1928  MIC1/82

Presbyterian  IPHS  B 1758-1853  M 1797-1829

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1796-1965  M 1797-2000  D 1966-1978  MIC1P/325 MIC1B/11 CR/4/12 CR/3/64

Tickmacrevan or Glenarm

C of I  ILC  B 1788-1876 M  1788-1824  D 1846-1876

Toberdoney

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1900-  M 1864-1913  MIC1P/371

Toberkeigh 

Presbyterian  PRONI B 1829-1944  M 1830-1907  MIC1P/378

Toome

C of I  ILC    See Duncane

Tullyrusk

C of I  PRONI    No records listed

Whiteabbey Carnmoney

Congregational  ILC  B 1884-  M 1888-

Whiteabbey

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1895-1921  M 1897-1911  MIC1P/84

Whitehead      

C of I  PRONI   No records listed T929/1

Presbyterian  ILC B 1900-  M 1900-  C 1900-

Presbyterian  PRONI M 1956-1961  CR/3/64

Whitehouse      

C of I   ILC  B 1935-  M 1954-  D 1934-

C of I   PRONI  B 1840-1934  M 1841-1953  MIC1/81 CR/1/76

C of I   RCB B  1840-1850    MC334

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1867-1970  M 1867-1954  MIC1P/46

Woodburn

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1863-1952  M 1856-1956  MIC1P/160 CR/3/43 CR/3/64

County Armagh

AA = Armagh Ancestry    

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society    

IW= Irish World    

Local = Records are held locally    

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland    

R C = Roman Catholic    

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin     

UHF = Ulster Historical Foundation    

County Armagh    

Parish  Where Stored  Births  Marriages  Deaths  File No /Microfilm

Letter B = Baptisms  M = Marriages D = Deaths

Action

C of I  ILC  B 1801-1877  M 1812-1845  D 1825-1877

Aghaloo

C of I    See Caledon

Aghavilly

C of I  ILC  B 1844-1876   D 1846-1876

C of I  PRONI  No records listed

Ahorey

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1834-1908 M  1834-1933    MIC1P/353

Annaghmore     

C of I  ILC B 1856-1875  M 1859-  D 1862-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1856-1872    D 1867-1870  MIC583/10-11

Ardmore

C of I    No records listed

Armagh     

C of I PRONI  St Saviour’s  B 1750-1871 M  1750-1845  D 1750-1871  MIC583/12-14

C of I PRONI  The Diamond   B 1847-1877      Lost in 1922

C of I  PRONI  B 1750-1875 M  1750-1845 D 1750-1875  Lost in 1922

Methodist    No records listed

Presbyterian 1st   PRONI  B 1707-1949  M 1707-1910    MIC1P/4 D1759/1B T/636/47-50

Presbyterian 2nd & 3rd The Mall   PRONI  B 1916-1986      MIC1P/281

Presbyterian 2nd  PRONI  B 1825-1915  M 1825-1924    MIC1P/281

Presbyterian 3rd  PRONI  B 1837-1916  M 1838-1907    MIC1P/281

R C   NLI  B 1796-1880 M 1802-1880    POS 5590

R C   PRONI  B 1796-1900 M  1802-1900    MIC1D/41-42

Armaghbreague     

C of I  PRONI  B 1829-1877  M 1832-1845 D 1831-1877  Lost in 1922

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1908-1984  M 1848-1936    MIC1P/297

Aughnacloy Town

C of I    See Carnteel

Balleek

C of I  PRONI B  1827-1864 M  1827-1845  D 1828-1867  MIC/1113 Lost in 1922

Ballinacor     

Baptist    No records listed

Methodist  PRONI B 1845-1985  M 1863-1910    MIC1E/3 MIC429/1/433 MICIE/33

Ballenon (Tyrone’s Ditches)     

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1860-1877  M 1851-1934  D 1850-1868  MIC1C/16 CR/5/23

Ballinderry     

C of I  ILC  B 1802-1875  M 1802-1845 D 1802-1875

C of I   PRONI  M 1802-1875  M 1802-1845 D 1802-1875  MIC583/14-15

Presbyterian  IHPS No records listed

Ballinamallard    

Baptist    No records listed

Methodist    No records listed

Ballylane united with Ballenon 1912     

Presbyterian  PRONI   M 1870-1935    CR/5/23

Ballymacnab     

R C   AA  B 1820-1900  M 1844-1900

R C   NLI  B 1844-1880  M 1844-1880    Pos 5586

R C   PRONI B  1844-1881 M  1844-1880 D 1837-1838  MIC1/D/

Ballymore     

C of I  ILC  B 1783-1871 M  1783-1845  D 1783-1871

C of I  PRONI B  1783-1923  M 1783-1908    MIC5835, 17/24 MIC1/328 T/2706/8

Ballymore & Mullaghbrack     

R C   AA  B 1831-1900

R C   NLI  B 1843-1880  M 1843-1880    Pos 5586

R C   PRONI  B 1843-1880 M 1843-1880    MIC1D/37

Ballymoyer Ballymyre     

C of I  ILC B 1820-1875  M 1820-1845  D 1836-1875

C of I  PRONI B  1820-1927  M 1820-1845  D 1820-1870  MIC58317-19 MIC!/113

Bannfoot

Methodist  PRONI  B 1823-1950  M 1864-1918    MIC1E/33

Belleville

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1863-1980  M 1875-1934    MIC1E/271

Beragh

C of I    See Clogherny

Bessbrook     

Methodist  ILC B  1830-  M 1904-

Presbyterian  ILC  B 1854-1914 M  1857-1917

Blackwatertown     

C of I    See Clonfeacle

Methodist  ILC  B 1874-  M 1899-

Bluestone

Methodist  PRONI  B 1839-1950  M 1842-1918    MIC1E/33

Brantry

C of 1    No records listed

Camlin

C of I    No records listed

Camlough

C of I  ILC  B 1832-1876  M 1835-1845  D 1833-1877

Cappogue

C of I    See Dunleer

Castlecaulfield

C of I    See Donoghmore

Castletown

C of I    See Dundalk

Charlemont    

C of I  ILC B 1880-  M 1859-  D 1871-

C of I  PRONI  B 1833-1876  M 1833-1845  D 1834-1876

Claymore

Presbyterian  ILC  B  1848-  M 1845-

Clare     

C of I  ILC  B 1840-1879  M 1840-1845  D 1847-1879

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1824-1945  M 1825-1936    MIC1P/329 CR5

Clarkesbridge     

Presbyterian  IPHS B  1822-1954

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1822-1850 M 1840-1845    T2523

Clonfeacle     

C of I  ILC  B 1869-  M 1845-  D 1870-

C of I  PRONI  B 1743-1877 M  1761-1845 D 1736-1876

Clonkeen    

C of I  RCB  B 1887-1958  M 1846-1951 D 1887-1975

C of I  RCB  B 1808-1886 M  1808-1866 D 1808-1886  Lost & found (RCB)

Clonkehan

C of I  ILC  See Charlestown

Clonmain

Methodist  ILC  B 1874-

Clovenden

Presbyterian    No records listed

Coalisland

C of I    See Brackville

Cookstown

C of I    See Derryloran

Cooley & Sixmilecross     

C of I  ILC B 1836-1875  M 1836-1858  D 1836-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1836-1871  M 1836-1846  D 1837-1871  MIC583/7 MIC1/23/3

Creggan     

C of I  ILC B 1808-1875  M 1808-1839  D 1808-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1808-1928 M 1808-1839  D 1816-1828  MIC583/5 MIC1/11, 112

Creggan or Feeduff

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1835-1948  M 1837-1936  D 1860-1927  MIC1P/444

Creggan Lower     

R C   AA  B 1845-1900 M  1845-1900

R C    NLI B  1845-1880 M  1845-1880    Pos 5589

R C   PRONI B  1845-1880  M 1845-1881    MIC1D/49

Creggan Upper     

R C   AA  B 1797-1900  M 1796-1900

R C    NLI  B 1796-1880 M  1796-1880    Pos 5592

R C   PRONI  B 1796-1881  M 1796-1881    MIC1D/43

Cranagill

Methodist  ILC  B 1871-  M 1884-

Cremore

Presbyterian  ILC B  1831-  M 1832-

Crossmaglen

C of I    See Creggan

Derrygorteavy

C of I  ILC B  1875-  M 1845-  D 1878-

Derrynoose     

C of I  ILC  B 1822-1875 M  1822-1845 D 1835-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1710-1870 M  1712-1845  D 1835-1939  MIC583/2 MIC1/14

R C   AA  B 1846-1900  M 1808-1900  D 1823-1851

R C    NLI  B 1835-1880  M 1846-1880  D 1846-1851  Pos 5589

R C   PRONI  B 1855-1881  M 1846-1881 D 1846-1881  MIC1D/40

Dromintee     

R C   AA    M 1887-1900

R C    NLI  B 1853-1879  M 1853-1877    Pos 5590

R C   PRONI  B 1853-1900  M 1853-1884    MIC1D/40

Drumbanagher     

C of I  ILC   No records listed

C of I  ILC B  1838-1879  M 1838-1845  D 1838-1879  See Killeavey

Drumhillery     

Presbyterian  ILC  B 1829-1865 M  1834-1844

Presbyterian  PRONI B 1866-1930 M 1845-1936    MIC1P/440

Drumclamp

C of I    No records listed

Drumcree     

C of I  ILC  B 1780-1875  M 1780-1845  D 1780-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1788-1906 M  1802-1903  D 1804-1903  MIC1/21, 42-43

R C   AA  B 1844-1899 M 1844-1900  D 1863-1900

R C    NLI  B 1844-1880 M  1844-1880 D 1863-1880  Pos 5586

R C   PRONI  B 1844-1881  M 1844-1881 D 1863-1880  MIC1D/37

Drumcree The Diamond

C of I    No records listed

Druminnis

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1858-1996  M 1846-1936    MIC1P/286A

Drumnakilly

C of I  ILC  B 1843-1877  M 1845-  D 1845-1876

Drumoyle

C of I  ILC B  1873-   D 1879-

Eglish     

C of I  ILC  B 1803-1875  M 1804-1845  D 1803-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1803-1935  M 1804-1935  D 1803-1935  MIC583/3 MIC1/1A-B

R C   AA  B 1862-1900  M 1862-1900 D 1877-1900

R C   IW  B 1862-1900  M 1862-1900  D 1877-1900

R C    NLI B  1862-1880  M 1862-1880    Pos 5585

R C   PRONI  B 1862-1881  M 1862-1882    MIC1D/36

Faughart     

R C   AA  B 1851-1900  M 1851-1900

R C    NLI  B 1851-1880  M 1851-1880    Pos 5596

R C   PRONI  B 1861-1896  M 1851-1900    MIC1D/47

Fivemiletown

Methodist    No records listed

Forkhill     

C of I  ILC  B 1887-  M 1845-

C of I  PRONI  B 1823-1887  M 1823-1845 D 1824-1887

R C   AA  B 845-1900 M  1851-1900

R C    NLI B  1845-1879 M 1844-1880    Pos 5587

R C   PRONI B  1845-1879  M 1844-1878    MIC1D/38

Fivemiletown

Presbyterian    see Creggan

Germonstown

C of I    See Kilsanran

Grange     

C of I  ILC  B 1780-1876  M 1780-1845  D 1780-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1780-1892  M 1780-1845  D 1703-1892  MIC1/65 T/2540 T/2706/122-149

Grange of Oneisland 

C of I ILC  See Diamond & Kilmore

Jonesborough

C of I  ILC  B 1802-1875 M  1821-1833  D 1826-1875

Kane

C of I  ILC  See Barronstown

Keady     

C of I  ILC B  1780-1871 M  1780-1845  D 1813-1881

C of I  PRONI B  1780-1871  M 1780-1845  D1815-1880  MIC583/1 MIC1/51-52

Methodist  ILC  B 1815-     See Armagh

Presbyterian 1st of the Temple  PRONI  B 1838-1938  M 1845-1920    MIC1P/296

Presbyterian 2nd  PRONI  B 1855-1906  M 1845-1936    MIC1P/439

Presbyterian  ILC B 1819-1854  M 1819-1844

Kilclooney

C of I  ILC  B 1831-1875 M  1835-1845  D 1837-1875

Kildarton     

C of I  ILC B 1877-  M 1845-  D 1877-

C of I  PRONI  B 1846-1877 M  1841-1847  D 1846-1876  Lost in 1922

Kildermock

C of I  ILC  See Ardee

Killeavey or Mullaghglass

C of I  PRONI  B 1823-1877  M 1823-1845  D 1823-1877

Killeavy Lower     

R C   AA    M 1868-1900

R C    NLI  B 1835-1880  M 1835-1878  D 1858-1862  Pos 5588

R C   PRONI  B 1835-1900  M 1835-1862    MIC1D/39

Killeavy Upper     

R C   AA  B 1821-1900  M 1832-1900

R C    NLI  B 1832-1880  M 1832-1880    Pos 5588

R C   PRONI B 1832-1880 M 1832-1882    MIC1D/39

Killyglin

C of I  ILC  See Connor

Killylea     

C of I  ILC  B 1845-1875  M 1846-  D 1845-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1845-1901   D 1845-1914  MIC1/85

Methodist  ILC B 1815-     See Armagh

Kilmaddy

Methodist  ILC  B 1815-      See  Moy church

Killyman     

C of I  ILC  B 1872-  M 1845-  D 1876-

C of I  PRONI  B 1745-1871 M  1741-1845  D 1745-1875  MIC583/33/35

Kilmore     

C of I  ILC  B 1789-1879  M 1798-1845 D 1824-1879

C of I  ILC  The Diamond  B 1877-

C of I  ILC  B 1864-  M 1871-  D 1862-

C of I  PRONI  B 1789-1996  M 1799-1923  D 1824-1942  MIC1/8 T476/1 T2706/9 p 150-173 T636 p 73-80

C of I PRONI St Saviour’s  B 1858-1863   MIC583/5 17/24 MIC1/328 T/2706/8

Methodist  ILC  B 1815-     See Armagh

R C   AA  B 1845-1900  M1845-1900

R C    NLI  B 1845-1880  M 1845-1880    Pos 5587

R C   PRONI B 1845-1881  M 1845-1881    MIC1D/39

Kingsmill

Presbyterian  ILC B  1842-

Knappagh

Presbyterian  PRONI    M 1846-1923    MIC1P/402

Knockmuckly     

C of I  ILC B  1838-1875 M 1838-1845 D 1853-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1838-1876 M 1838-1845  D 1853-1880  MIC1/99 DIO/1/142

Laghey

Methodist  ILC  B 1830-    See  Dungannon

Lislooney

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1836-1923  M 1845-1919    MIC1P/401

Lisnadill     

C of I  ILC  B 1778-1877- M  1778-1845  D 1780-1877

C of I  PRONI  B 1844-1871 D 1846-1871  MIC583/9

Lisnagleer

Baptist    No records listed

Loughgall     

C of I  ILC B 1706-1875  M 1706-1845  D 1706-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1706-1886  M 1706-1845  D 1706-1794  MIC1/59-60 D54/56

Methodist  ILC  B 1815-     See  Armagh

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1842-1965  M 1819-1925    MIC1P/287 T/049/1

R C   AA  B 1834-1900  M 1833-1900

R C    NLI  B 1835-1880 M  1835-1880    Pos 5587

R C   PRONI  B 1835-1881  M 1833-1881    MIC1D/38

Loughgilly     

C of I  ILC  B 1804-1875  M 1804-1845 D 1804-1875

C of I  PRONI B  1804-1889 M  1804-1845  D 1808-1932  MIC1/66-67

R C   AA  B 1825-1900  M 1833-1900

R C    NLI  B 1825-1880 M 1825-1880    Pos 5587

R C   PRONI  B 1824-1844 M 1825-1844    MIC1D/38

Lurgan     

C of I  ILC  See Shankill

Methodist High Street   PRONI  B 1823-1950  M 1864-1902    MIC1E/33

Methodist Queen Street   PRONI  B 1823-1986      MIC1E/21A/a MIC429/1/439

Methodist  ILC    M 1874-

Presbyterian 1st   PRONI  B 1746-1877  M 1746-1929    MIC1E/71

Presbyterian Hill Street   PRONI  B 1861-1961 M 1864-1916    MIC1E/109

Mapestown

C of I    See Charlestown

Markethill     

C of I    See Mullabrack & Kilclooney

Methodist  ILC  B 1830-

Methodist  PRONI   M 1866-1918    MIC1E/4

Presbyterian  1st & 2nd   PRONI  B 1821-1889  M 1845-1936    MIC1P/428 T2853/3-5 MIC1P/429 T2853/1

Marlinstown

C of I    See Dunaney

Meigh

C of I  PRONI  B 1831-1877  M 1832-1846  D 1833-1877

Mellifont

C of I    See Tullyallen

Middletown     

C of I  ILC  B 1880-  M 1845-  D 1879-

C of I  PRONI  B 1804-1879  M 1804-1845  D 1812-1879  Lost in 1922

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1847-1936 M 1829-1984    MIC1P/212

Milltown     

C of I  ILC  B 1840-1875 M  1840-1845  D 1815-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1840-1917  M 1840-1845  D 1845-1889  MIC1/89

Montaghs & Ardmore    

C of I  ILC  B 1822-1875 M 1822-1845 D 1822-1875  Alias Ardmore

C of I  PRONI  B 1822-1972 M  1823-1935 D 1822-1960  MIC583/4 MIC1/179 DIO/1/14/9

Mountnorris     

Presbyterian  IPHS  B 1813-1871

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1810-1848 M 1804-1827    MIC1/29

Moy     

C of I  ILC  B 1880- M 1845-  D 1881-

Methodist  ILC  B 1874-  M 1863-

Mullabrack     

C of I  ILC  B 1875-1935  M 1845-1935

C of I  PRONI B 1737-1875 M  1737-1845  D 1737-1873  Lost in 1922

C of I  PRONI  B 1737-1875  M 1737-1845 D 1737-1874  MIC1/83-85 T1075/19 T636/153-156 T1202/1

Mullaglass

C of I    No records listed

Mullavilly     

C of I  ILC  B 1821-1874 M  1821-1845 D 1821-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1821-1874  M 1821-1845  D 1821-1876  MIC583/3 MIC1/70

Newry     

C of I St Mark’s   ILC  B 1822-1875 M  1784-1845  D 1824-1872

C of I St Patrick’s & St Mary’s   PRONI B 1804-1892 M 1784-1963 D 1824-1910  MIC1/46-48 D2034

C of I St Patrick’s Chapel of Ease   PRONI  B 1847-1926   D 1862-1910  MIC1/120 D2034

C of I St Patrick’s  ILC  B 1847-1875      See St Mary’s Newry

Methodist  ILC  B 1830-  M 1892-

Methodist  PRONI B  1826-1844      MIC/429/1/410

Presbyterian 1st Sandy Street  PRONI  B 1829-1916 M 1830-1916    MIC1P/436

Presbyterian Downshire Road   PRONI B 1849-1965   D 1845-1909  MIC1P/106

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1779-1934 M  1781-1892    CR/4/1 T699/7

Riverside

Presbyterian  PRONI  No records listed CR/5//522

R C    NLI  B 1818-1880  M 1820-1880  D 1818-1862  Pos 5501/2/3

R C   PRONI  B 1818-1884  M 1820-1917 D 1818-1862  MIC1D/26-28

R C   UHF  B 1818-1900  M 1820-1900  D 1818-1900

Newtownhamilton     

C of I  ILC  B 1871-  M 1845- D 1876-

C of I  PRONI  B 1823-1826      T1075/15 CR/1/73 T808/14963

C of I  PRONI  B 1825-1845 M 1825-1875    Lost in 1922

Presbyterian 1st   PRONI    D  1832-1835  CR/3/74

Presbyterian 2nd   PRONI  B 1823-1915  M 1823-1936    MIC1P/443

Presbyterian  ILC B  1833-1890  M 1833-1889

Parsonstown

C of I    See Dunaney

Phillipstown

C of I    See Charlestown

Port

C of I  ILC  See Rathdrumin

Portadown     

C of I  ILC  B 1826-1876 M 1827-1845  D 1856-

C of I ILC  St Saviour  B 1858-1872   D1862-1876

C of I PRONI St Mark’s  B 1826-1901  M 1827-1848    MIC1/66

Methodist ILC  Edenderry Thomas Street B 1830-

Methodist ILC  Scotch Street B 1830-  M 1863-

Methodist ILC Thomas Street   B 1830-  M 1938-

Methodist  ILC  B 1830-  M 1952-

Methodist PRONI Derryally Thomas Street  B  1830-1904 D 1863-1903    MIC1E/8

 

Portadown, Drumcree, Seagoe, Kilmor & Shankill     

Methodist   PRONI  B 1847-1901  M 1938-    MIC1E/8

Presbyterian 1st & 2nd Armagh Road   PRONI  B 1868-1985  M 1869-1930    MIC1/269

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1839-1954  M 1838-1900    MIC1/52

Portaferry     

C of I  ILC  See Ballyphillip

Methodist    No records listed

Poyntzpass     

Baptist    No records listed

Presbyterian  ILC   M  1846-

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1850-1938      MIC1/438

Redrock

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1808-1986  M 1812-1936    MIC1/285

Richardstown

C of I  ILC  See Strabannon

Richill     

C of I  ILC  B 1878-  M 1845- D  1845-

C of I  PRONI  B 1837-1877  M 1838-1845    Lost in 1922

C of I  PRONI  B 1846-1939  M 1850-1876    CR/7/7

Congregational    No records listed

Methodist  ILC  B 1815-

Methodist  PRONI    M 1886-1931    MIC1E/6

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1848-1960  M 1826-1936    MIC1P/372 MIC1P/460

Roche

C of I  ILC  See Barronstown

Salterstown

C of I  ILC  See Dunaney

Seagoe     

C of I  ILC B 1683-1865 M 1683-1845  D 1783-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1672-1919  M 1672-1919  D 1672-1919  MIC1/73-75 T2588

R C   AA  B 1836-1900  M 1836-1900

R C    NLI B 1836-1880  M 1836-1880 D 1837-1880  Pos 5498

R C   PRONI  B 1836-1881  M 1836-1881  D 1837-1880  MIC1D/23-24

Stewartstown

C of I  ILC  See Donaghendry

Tandragee

C of I  ILC  See Ballymore

Tandragee & Fivemiletown     

Baptist  ILC   M  1872-  D 1874-

Methodist  PRONI B  1819-1981 M 1838-1937    MIC1E/5 MIC429/477

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1835-1913  M 1835-1916    MIC1P/258

Tartaraghan     

C of I  ILC  B 1824-1875 M  1824-1845 D 1828-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1825-1888  M 1824-1845 D  1828-1882  MIC583/3 MIC1/77-78

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1853-1962 M 1845-1921    MIC1P/288

The Mall 

Presbyterian    No records listed

Tullyallen     

Presbyterian  ILC  B 1792-1834  M 1868-

Presbyterian  IPHS    D   1884-1890

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1835-1885      MIC1/29 CR/5

Tynan     

C of I  ILC B  1686-1875 M  1683-1845  D 1683-1875

C of I  PRONI  B 1686-1897 M  1683-1923 D 1683-1897  MIC1/12-13, 18 T808/15294

R C   AA  M  1822-1900

R C    NLI  B 1822-1880  M 1822-1887    Pos 5589

R C   PRONI  B 1822-1900 M 1822-1877    MIC1D/40

Tyrone Ditche’s

Presbyterian  PRONI  B 1793-1838 M  1794-1844  D 1800-1832  MIC1/457 CR/5

Vinecash

Presbyterian  PRONI B  1838-1931  M 1825-1903    MIC1P/348 MIC1P/460

County Cavan 

CHGC = Cavan Heritage & Genealogy Center Cavan       

IHPS = Irish Presbyterian Historical Society       

Local = Records are held locally or ILC = in local control       

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed       

NLI = National Library       

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland       

R C = Roman Catholic       

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin  

UHF = Ulster Historical Foundation       

County Cavan    

Parish   Where Stored   Births   Marriages   Deaths   File No /Microfilm

Letter B = Baptisms  M = Marriages D = Deaths

Annageliff & Urney  

C of I    PRONI   B 1804-1940   M 1804-1946   D 1804-1915   MIC1/239

C of I    RCB   B 1804-1940   M 1804-1946   D 1804-1915   MC131/140

Annagh (Belturbet & Annal)       

C of I    PRONI   B 1803-1985  M  1901-1916  D  1903-1985   MIC1/240 See Belturbet

C of I    RCB   B 1801-1985  M  1801-1887   D 1801-1870   MC 132

R C    CHGC   B 1845-1920   M 1842-1900

R C    NLI   B 1845-1880  M  1845-1899      Pos 7505, 5342

R C    PRONI  B  1875-1881   MIC1D/75

Arvagh       

C of I    PRONI B  1877-1905 M  1845-1956  D 1877-1921   MIC1/291

C of I    RCB  B 1877-1905  M 1845-1956  D 1877-1921   MC 192

Ashfield

C of I    RCB B  1821-1907  M 1845-1956  D 1818-1985   MC 183

Ashfield Kildrumsherdan

C of I    PRONI   B 1821-1907  M  1845-1956  D 1818-1985   MIC1/282 lost in 1922

Bailieborough       

C of I    PRONI  B 1824-1985  M 1809-1944  D 1809-1915   MIC1/252

C of I    RCB  B 1824-2006  M 1809-1985  D 1809-2006   MC 145 P 878

Bailieborough

Presbyterian 1st or Corglass  PRONI  B 1861-1983  M 1845-1955      MIC1P/145

Presbyterian Trinity  PRONI  B  1863-1983  M 1845-1952      MIC1P/143

Ballee

Presbyterian   PRONI  B  1811-1985 M  1819-1945      MIC1B/3

Ballinagh

C of I   ILC    See Ballintemple & Kilmore

Ballintemple

C of I    PRONI  B 1880-1955  M 1845-1952  D 1880-1925   MIC1/256

C of I    RCB  B 1880-1955  M 1845-1952  D 1880-1925   MC 149/163

R C    CHGC  B  1862-1899  M 1862-1899

R C    NLI  B 1862-1880  M 1862-1880      Pos 5343

R C    PRONI  B 1862-1881 M  1862-1881      MIC1D/76

Ballyconnell

C of I   ILC    SeeTomregan

Methodist   PRONI  B 1880-1974  M 1880-1955      MIC 429/1/53

Ballyjamesduff       

C of I    PRONI  B 1877-1986 M 1845-1955 D  1879-1985   MIC1/272 See Castleraghan

C of I    RCB  B 1877-1986 M  1845-1955  D 1879-1985   MC 174

Methodist   PRONI  B 1839-1928  M 1886-1917      MIC 429/1/50-51

Presbyterian   IHPS   B 1834-1837

Ballymackalleny

C of I    RCB    See Gowna

Ballymachugh       

C of I    PRONI/ILC   B 1816-1932  M 1815-1901  D 1816-1986   MIC1/271

C of I    RCB   B 1816-1932  M 1815-1901  D 1816-1986   MC 172

Bellasis

Presbyterian   PRONI  B  1833-1985  M 1845-1951      MIC1P/267

Belturbet       

C of I   ILC   B 1801-1870  M 1810-1845  D 1801-1870

C of I  PRONI  St Andrews   B 1869-1878   See Cloverhill (Lost in 1922)

Methodist   PRONI  B 1880-1974   MIC 429/1/53

Belturbet see Annagh       

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1854-1957  M 1858-1924      MIC1P/272

Billis       

C of I    PRONI  B 1844-1896  M 1851-1900  D 1851-1987   MIC1/262

C of I    RCB B  1844-1896   M 1851-1900      MC 154/203

Blacklion

C of I   ILC    See Killinagh

Blacklion

Methodist   PRONI  B  1877-1966  M 1868-1954      MIC 429/1/12

Carrigallen

C of I    RCB  B 1883-1986  M 1845-1941 D  1874-1936   MC 191

Castlerahan       

C of I    PRONI  B 1879-1986 M  1846-1956  D 1879-1982   MIC1/273 See Ballyjamesduff

C of I    RCB  B 1879-1986 M  1846-1956  D 1879-1982   MC 174

Castlerahan & Munterconnaught       

R C    CHGC  B 1752-1920  M 1752-1920 D 1752-1899

R C    NLI  B 1752-1879  M 1751-1878   D 1751-1841   Pos 5348

R C    PRONI  B 1752-1879  M 1751-1878  D 1751-1841   MIC1D/81

Castleterra

C of I    PRONI  B 1877-1983  M 1845-1910  D 1878-1986   MIC1294

C of I    RCB  B 1800-1983  M 1785-1910  D 1820-1886   MC 206 P 425

R C    CHGC  B 1763-1920  M 1763-1920

R C    NLI   B 1763-1880 M  1763-1809      Pos 5350, 6430

R C    PRONI  B 1763-1881  M 1763-1809      MIC1D/83-84

Cavan

C of I   ILC    See Annagelliffe

Methodist Mission Station  PRONI  B 1839-1902  M 1869-1923      MIC 429/1/51 MIC429/1/93

Clonloogher

C of I   ILC    See Manorhamilton

Cloverhill

C of I    RCB B  1860-1985  M 1860-1956  D 1861-1876   MC 135

C of I   PRONI St Johns  B 1860-1985  M 1860-1956      MIC1/243

Cootehill

C of I   ILC    See Drumgoon & Kilesherdiney

Moravian   PRONI  B 1765-1924  M 1769-19154      MIC1F/5

Presbyterian 1st   PRONI  B 1870-1982   MIC1P/178

Presbyterian   PRONI B  1822-1921 M  1845-1879      MIC1P/177 CR/5

Corglass

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1764-1961  M 1768-1955      MIC1P/179 CR/5

Corlespratten

Methodist   PRONI  B 1853-1986  M 1864-1950      MIC 429/1/51-52

Corlough       

R C    CHGC  B 1877-1911 M  1877-1911

R C    NLI   B 1877-1880  M 1877-1880      Pos 5346

R C    PRONI   B 1877-1881 M  1877-1882  D  2877-1881   MIC1D/79

Cortubber

Methodist   PRONI  B 1877-1967  M 1882-1950      MIC 429/1/55 CR/6/17

Croghan 

Presbyterian       see Killeshandra

Crosserlough       

R C    CHGC  B 1843-1920 M  1843-1920  D 1843-1899

R C    NLI   B 1843-1880 M  1866-1880  D  1866-1880   Pos 5344

R C    PRONI  B 1843-1881  M  1843-1881 D  1843-1876   MIC1D/77

Denn       

C of I   ILC  B 1761-1878   M 1764-1847  D 1772-1879

C of I    PRONI  B 1879-1982  M 1845-1954 D  1879-1986   MIC 238

C of I    RCB  B 1879-1982  M 1845-1954 D  1879-1986   MC 121

R C    CHGC  B 1856-1899  M 1856-1899

R C    NLI  B 1856-1874  M 1856-1858      Pos 5350

R C    PRONI  B 1856-1874  M 1856-1858      MIC1D/83

Dernakesh

C of I   RCB    No records listed MC 180  see Drumgoon

C of I Chapel of Ease No records listed

C of I   ILC   B 1837-1875  M 1837-1845  D 1837-1875

Derryheen       

C of I    PRONI  B 1879-1984  M 1846-1917  D 1879-1983   MIC1/237   part of Annageliff

C of I    RCB  B 1879-1984  M 1846-1917  D 1879-1983   MC 120

Derrylane       

C of I    PRONI  B 1845-1917  M 1846-1925  D 1875-1958   MIC1/221

C of I    RCB  B 1831-1917  M 1831-1956      MC 105 P 721

Dowra

C of I    PRONI  B 1877-1985    D  1877-1983   MIC1/234-235

Dowra/Innismagrath

C of I    RCB  B 1877-1985    D  1877-1996   MC 118 P 669

Drum

C of I   ILC    See Currin Drum

Drumaloon

C of I   ILC    See Belturbet

C of I PRONI   St Andrews   B 1892-1983     D 1892-1985   MIC1/241

Drumcoghill

C of I    RCB   B 1835-1875   P 723/984

Drumgoon

C of I  ILC  B 1802-1875 M  1802-1845  D 1858-1875

C of I  PRONI B  1802-1985  M 1813-1957  D 1825-1985   MIC1/279-280

Drumgoon

C of I RCB Chapel of Ease   B 1802-1985  M 1824-1957  D 1825-1985   MC 180

R C    CHGC  B 1829-1920  M 1829-1920

R C    NLI B  1829-1879   Pos 5348

R C    PRONI  B 1829-1879  M 1829-1872      MIC1D/81

Drumkeeran

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1835-1899  M 1835-1947      MIC1P/166

Drumlane       

C of I    PRONI   B 1874-1985 M  1845-1932  D 1877-1982   MIC1/219

C of I    RCB  B 1874-1985  M 1845-1932   D 1877-1982   MC 103

R C    CHGC  B 1835-1920  M 1835-1920

R C    NLI   B 1836-1880 M  1870-1880      Pos 5342

R C    PRONI  B 1836-1881 M  1870-1880      MIC1D/75

Drumloor

C of I    RCB  B 1892-1983     D 1892-1985   MC 133

Drumlumman South       

R C    CHGC  B 1837-1899  M 1837-1899  D 1837-1899

R C    NLI   B 1837-1880  M 1837-1880  D 1837-1880   Pos 4236

Drumlinnin

C of I   PRONI   B 1816-1877  M  1818-1844  D 1817-1877   Lost in 1922

Drummim

C of I   ILC    No records listed

Drumminis

Presbyterian       No records listed

Drung

C of I    PRONI  B 1759-1936  M 1785-1957 D  1774-1925   MIC1/300

Drung & Laragh       

C of I    RCB  B 1759-1936 M  1785-1957 D  1774-1925   MC 212 P 424

R C    PRONI  B 1847-1883   CR 2/10

Enniskeen

C of I   PRONI  B 1794-1876 M  1794-1845 D  1794-1876   Lost in 1922

Glangevlin       

R C    CHGC  B 1867-1899  M 1867-1920

R C    NLI  B 1867-1880  M 1867-1880      Pos 5345

R C    PRONI   B 1867-1881 M  1867-1881      MIC1D/78

Glastreck

Presbyterian       No records listed

Gowna

C of I    RCB  B 1875-2002 M  1840-1955  D  1881-2000   MC 204 P 248

Innishmagrath & Dowra

C of I    RCB  B 1877-1985    D  1877-1996   MC 118 P 669

Kildallon       

C of I    PRONI  B 1856-1986  M 1845-1923  D 1877-1985   MIC1/257

C of I    RCB  B 1856-1986  M 1845-1923  D 1877-1985   MC 150

R C    CHGC  B 1867-1900  M 1867-1900

R C    NLI   B 1835-1880  M 1867-1880      Pos 5345

R C    PRONI  B 1867-1881  M 1867-1881      MIC1D/78

Kildrumferton or Crosserlough or Kilnaleck       

C of I    PRONI  B 1801-18781  M 1801-1949  D 1803-1938   MIC1/267

Kildrumferton

C of I RCB St Patrick’s   B 1801-1936  M 1801-1949      MC 166

Killanne       

R C    CHGC  B 1835-1920 M  1835-1920

R C    NLI  B 1835-1880  M 1835-1880      Pos 5349

R C    PRONI   B 1835-1849  M 1835-1850      MIC1D/82

Killargue

C of I    RCB  B 1879-1957     D 1879-1998   P 670

Killegar

C of I    RCB  B 1878-2000  M 1845-1956 D  1878-1999   P 722

Killenkere

C of I    PRONI  B 1840-1899  M 1840-1898  D 1877-1900   MIC1/254, 261-262

Killenkere & Mullagh

C of I    RCB  B 1778-2006  M 1845-1948  D 1877-2004   MC 147/153 P 880

Killeshandra       

C of I    PRONI  B 1735-1982   M 1735-1955 D  1735-1985   MIC1/220

C of I    RCB   B 1735-2000  M 1735-1955   D 1735-1895   MC 104 P 723

Methodist   PRONI  B  1840-1986   MIC 429/1/51-52 MIC429/1/175

R C    CHGC  B 1835-1920   M 1835-1920  D 1835-1899

R C    NLI   B 1835-1880  M 1835-1880      Pos 5345/6

R C    PRONI  B 1835-1880  M 1835-1840      MIC1D/78-79

Killeshandra / Croghan       

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1743-1896  M 1741-1776      MIC1P/164

Killesherdiney       

C of I PRONI  St Mary  B 1796-1982  M 1796-1845 D 1797-1929   MIC1/281

C of I    RCB  B 1796-1982   M1796-1929  D 1797-1824   MC 182 See Drumgoon

Killinagh

C of I    PRONI  B  1877-1941    D  1877-1986   MIC1/231

C of I   RCB  St Patrick   B 1877-1998 M  1849-1955  D 1877-1998   MC 114 P 671

R C    CHGC  B 1860-1900  M 1860-1900  D 1875-1899

R C    NLI  B 1869-1880  M 1869-1881  D 1875-1880   Pos 5350

R C    PRONI   B 1869-1881  M 1869-1881  D 1875-1881   MIC1D/85

Killinkere

C of I    RCB   B 1840-1844  M 1840-1842      MC 203

Killinkere & Mullagh       

R C    CHGC  B 1766-1920  M 1766-1920  D 1842-1899 Mullagh

R C    NLI   B 1766-1880 M  1766-1880      Pos 5349

R C    PRONI  B 1776-1880  M 1766-1880      MIC1D/82

Kilmount

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1862-1972  M 1862-1907      MIC1P/213

Killoghter       

C of I    PRONI   B 1827-1982  M 1827-1843  D 1827-1905   MIC1/244

C of I    RCB  B 1877-1982  M 1827-1905  D 1827-1905   MC 136

Kilmore       

C of I    PRONI   B 1702-1950 M  1702-1930 D  1702-1974   MIC1/255 See Ballintemple

C of I    RCB  B 1702-1950  M 1702-1930  D  1702-1974   MC 148

R C    CHGC  B 1859-1909 M  1859-1909  D 1859-1909

R C    NLI  B  1859-1880  M 1859-1880  D 1859-1880   Pos 5343

R C    PRONI  B 1859-1881  M 1859-1881  D 1859-1881   MIC1D/76

Kilnaleck

C of I   ILC    See Boyle

Kilsherdany       

R C    CHGC  B 1803-1899  M 1803-1899

R C    NLI  B 1803-1860  M 1803-1849      Pos 5342

R C    PRONI  B 1803-1860  M 1803-1849      MIC1D/48

Kingscourt       

C of I    RCB B 1881-1999  M 1845-1949 D  1895-2001   P 359

Methodist   PRONI   B 1838-1970  M 1871-1952      MIC 429/1/49,54

R C    CHGC  B 1838-1920  M 1838-1920

R C    NLI  B  1838-1880  M 1838-1861  D 1846-1858   Pos 4183

Kilnnally       

R C    CHGC  B 1835-1899  M 1835-1900  D 1852-1857

R C    NLI  B 1835-1880  M 1835-1857  D 1853-1857   Pos 5346

R C    PRONI  B 1835-1881  M 1835-1857  D 1853-1857   MIC1D/79

Knockbride       

C of I    PRONI  B 1825-2006  M 1827-2002  D 1817-2006   MIC1/251

C of I    RCB  B 1825-2006  M 1827-2002  D 1827-2006   MC 162 P 879

Methodist   PRONI  B 1835-1879  M 1825-1879  D 1835-1876   MIC1D/82

R C    CHGC B  1835-1920  M 1835-1920

R C    NLI  B  1835-1879  M 1835-1877  D 1835-1875   Pos 5349

R C    PRONI  B 1835-1879  M 1835-1879  D 1835-1875   MIC1D/82

Laragh with Drung (1855)       

C of I    PRONI  B 1759-1987  M 1785-1896  D 1774-1967   MIC1/300-301

C of I    RCB   B 1887-1987  M 1845-1898  D 1889-1967   MC 2125/215 P 422 See Drung

Laragh       

R C    CHGC  B 1867-1899  M 1835-1920

R C    NLI  B 1876-1880   Pos 5342

R C    PRONI  B 1876-1881   MIC1D/75

Lavey       

C of I    PRONI  B 1883-1984 M  1846-1898  D 1889-1967   MIC1/301-302

C of I    RCB   B 1883-1984  M 1846-1898      MC 216 P 423

R C    CHGC  B 1867-1899  M 1867-1899

R C    NLI   B 1867-1880   Pos 5342

R C    PRONI  B 1867-1881   MIC1D/75

Loughan

C of I    PRONI    M  1880-1891      MIC1/263

Lurgan       

C of I    PRONI B  1831-1902   M 1831-1900  D 1831-1901   MIC1/260

C of I    RCB  B 1831-1902  M 1831-1900  D 1831-1901   MC 155

R C    CHGC  B 1755-1899  M 1775-1920

R C    NLI  B 1777-1880 M  1775-1875 D  1821-1855   Pos 5347

R C    PRONI  B 1755-1875  M 1773-1855      MIC1D/80-81

Lurganboy

C of I ILC   Chapel of Ease  See Kilasnetty

Mount Nugent

C of I   ILC    See Kilbride & Castlecor

Moybologue

C of I   RCB  B 1869-1985 M  1878-1984  D 1896-1986

Mullagh       

C of I    PRONI  B 1826-2006  M 1846-1948  D 1877-2004   MIC1/254, 261-262

R C    NLI  B 1842-1872  M 1842-1872  D 1842-1857   Pos 5347

R C    PRONI   B 1760-1872   M 1766-1872   D 1842-1857   MIC1D/80, 82

Mullagh / Killenkere

C of I    RCB  B 1759-1986  M 1785-1957  D 1774-1925   MC 147/153 P 880

Mullaghoran       

R C    CHGC  B 1859-1902  M 1859-1902  D 1859-1957

R C    NLI   B 1859-1880  M 1859-1880  D 1859-1875   Pos 4237

Munterconnaught       

C of I    PRONI  B 1857-1901  M 1845-1899 D  1878-1899   MIC1/259

C of I    RCB   B 1857-1901  M 1878-1901  D 1845-1889   MC 152

Quivvy       

C of I    PRONI  B 1854-1938  M 1857-1940      MIC1/242

C of I    RCB   B 1854-1938  M 1857-1940      MC 134

Scrabby

C of I   ILC    See Gowna

Seafin

Presbyterian   PRONI   B 1846-1956   MIC1P/44

Shercock       

C of I    PRONI B  1881-1979  M 1846-1955  D  1881-1976   MIC1/253

C of I    RCB   B 1881-2005  M 1846-1955  D 1881-2004   MC 146 P 787

Methodist   PRONI   B 1835-1879  M 1871-1878      MIC 429/1/54 CR/6/17

Stradone

C of I   ILC    See Larah

Swanlinbar       

C of I    PRONI  B 1798-1883  B 1798-1895  D 1799-1883   MIC1/212

C of I    RCB  B 1798-1883 M  1798-1895  D 1799-1883   MC 95 P 081 See Kinawley

Methodist   PRONI  B 1879-1955  M 1865-1946      MIC 429/1/11-12

Templeport       

C of I    PRONI B  1874-1986   M 1845-1954  D 1878-1988   MIC1/286

C of I    RCB  B 1837-1986   M 1845-1954  D 1906-1988   MC 214 P 082

R C    CHGC  B 1836-1904  M 1836-1904  D 1827-1899

R C    NLI   B 1836-1880 M 1836-1880  D 1827-1880   Pos 5345

R C    PRONI  B 1836-1880 M  1836-1882  D 1827-1880   MIC1D/78

Tomregan       

C of I    PRONI B  1797-1984  M 1802-1913  D 1805-1986   MIC1/218

C of I    RCB  B 1797-1984 M  1802-1913  D 1805-1986   MC 102

Trough

C of I   ILC    See Errigle

Urney & Annagecliffe

C of I        See Annageliffe

Urney       

R C    CHGC  B 1812-1920 M  1812-1920

R C    NLI  B 1812-1880  M 1812-1880      Pos 5342/3

R C    PRONI  B 1812-1881  M 1812-1880      MIC1D/75-76

Virginia

C of I   ILC    See Lurgan

County Donegal

Local = Records are held locally    

Lost in 1922 refers to the destruction of the Four Courts in Dublin when the building was bombed  and burnt out with the records contained therein destroyed  

PRONI = Public Records Office Belfast Northern Ireland     

R C = Roman Catholic      

RCB = Representative Church Body , the Library of the Church of Ireland Churchtown Dublin    

THC = The Genealogy Center Derry/Londonderry    

UHF = Ulster Historical Foundation    

County Donegal   Where stored   Baptisms   Marriages   Deaths   File No /Microfilm

Letter B = Baptisms  M = Marriages D = Deaths

Parish    

Aghadrumsee

C of I   PRONI  B 1829-1935  M 1829-1935 D  1829-1935   MIC583/236

Aghanunshin    

C of I   PRONI  B 1878-1975  M 1845-1957 D  1878-1900   MIC583/214

C of I   RCB   B 1874-1901  M 1815-1975      MC597 P 205

Alt

Presbyterian     No records listed

Anaghlone 

Presbyterian 1st & 2nd     No records listed

Alnahilt

Presbyterian     See Hillsborough

Ardangligger

C of I   PRONI  No records listed   MIC583 See Gweedore

Ardara    

C of I   PRONI  B 1829-1854  M 1845-1956   D 1876-1984   MIC583/192

C of I   RCB  B 1829-1954 M  1829-1956  D 1830-1984   MC56 P 625

Methodist   PRONI  B 1833-1897   M 1863-1920      MIC583/E/31-32-33

Methodist PRONI Mission St Johns Point  B 1833-1982 M  1855-1902      MIC583/E/34 MIC429/1/547

R C    NLI  B 1869-1880  M 1867-1875      Pos 4599

R C    PRONI  B 1869-1880 M  1867-1875      MIC1D/86

Aughnish Tuyaughnish, Tullyfern    

C of I   ILC     See Tullyaughnish

C of I   PRONI  B 1789-1983 M 1788-1935  D 1798-1983   MIC583/167

R C    NLI   B 1873-1880 M  1873-1881      Pos 4598

R C    PRONI B  1873-1881  M 1873-1881      MIC1D/85

Aughanunshin

C of I   RCB    M  1845-1971

Ballinadrait

Presbyterian     No records listed

Ballintra

C of I   ILC     See Drumholm

Methodist   PRONI  B 1835-1984 M  1875-1954      MIC583/E/35-36

Ballyederland

Methodist   PRONI  B 1833-1951    MIC583/E/31-34

Ballylennon    

Presbyterian  1st 2nd 3rd   PRONI  B 1829-1983 M  1831-1915  D 1830-1838   MIC1D/297

Ballymore

C of I   ILC     See Clondehorky

Ballyshannon    

C of I   ILC     See Kilbarron & Finneer

Methodist   PRONI  B 1835-1932  M 1890-1956      MIC583/E/35

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1836-1962  M 1837-1952      MIC1D/5

Brookvale

Presbyterian   PRONI     No records listed

Buncrana

C of I   ILC     See Fahan Lower

C of I   ILC     See Finner

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1836-1966  M 1845-1937      MIC1D/33 T/2725

Bundoran

Methodist   PRONI  B 1835-1932    MIC583/E/35-36 See Ballyshannon

Burt    

C of I   ILC B  1802-1875  M 1802-1845  D 1802-1875

C of I   PRONI   B 1829-1913  M 1829-1929  D 1829-1941   MIC583/183

C of I   RCB  B 1829-1913  M 1829-1929  D 1829-1941   MC 48

Presbyterian   PRONI B  1833-1878 M  1838-1907      MIC1D/33 T/2725

Burt & Inch    

R C    NLI   B 1859-1880  M 1856-1880  D 1860-1866   Pos 5766

R C    PRONI  B 1859-1880  M 1856-1880  D 1860-1866   MIC1D/55

R C    THC   B 1859-1880  M 1856-1880  D 1860-1866

Carnlough

Methodist    PRONI  B 1878-1915  M 1863-1906       MIC583/E/39 See Larne

Carndonagh    

C of I   ILC     See Donagh

Presbyterian   PRONI B  1830-1928 M  1830-1984      MIC1D/237 230/2B

R C    NLI  B 1847-1880  M 1849-1880      Pos 5765

R C    PRONI  B 1847-1881 M  1849-1881      MIC1D/54

R C    THC   B 1846-1900  M  1846-1900  D 1846-1851

Carnone

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1834-1984  M 1846-1916      MIC1D/221

Carrickfinn 

C of I Chapel of Ease     No records listed

Carrigart     

C of I Holy Trinity   No records listed  MIC583/

Methodist   PRONI   B 1844-1984  M 1846-1954      MIC1D/216

Castlefinn

C of I   ILC     See Donaghmore

Methodist   PRONI  B 1829-1867  M 1865-1935      MIC583/E/46 MIC429/1/504  See Strabane

Churchill

Methodist   PRONI  B 1877-1986 M  1879-1934      MIC583/E/15,17

Clogh    

C of I   ILC  B 1891-   M 1910-

C of I   PRONI   B 1811-1891 M  1792-1910  D 1810-1986   MIC583/288

Clonaneese

Presbyterian     No records listed

Cloncha    

C of I   ILC   B 1829-1877  M 1845-   D 1858-

C of I   PRONI  B 1825-1876  M 1823-1844 D  1829-1877   Lost in 1922

R C    NLI   B 1856-1880  M 1870-1880      Pos 5765

R C    PRONI  B 1856-1880  M 1870-1885      MIC1D/54

R C    THC  B 1856-1900 M  1870-1900

Clondahorkey    

C of I   ILC   B 1756-1871 M 1816-1844  D 1826-1884

C of I   PRONI  B 1871-1906 M  1845-1915  D 1884-1926   MIC583/199

C of I   RCB B  1871-1906   M 1845-1915 D  1884-1926   MC 70

R C    DA   B 1856-1899 M  1856-1899

R C    NLI  B 1856-1880  M 1870-1880      Pos 4599

R C    PRONI  B 1877-1881  M 1877-1882      MIC1D/86

R C    THC  B 1877-1913  M 1870-1900

Clondevaddock    

C of I   ILC  B 1794-1875 M  1794-1843 D  1794-1875

C of I   PRONI  B 1794-1931  M 1794-1919  D 1794-1933   MIC583/164

R C    DA  B 1847-1871 M  1847-1869  D 1847-1869

R C    NLI   B 1847-1871  M 1847-1869  D 1847-1869   Pos 4600

R C    PRONI  B  1847-1871 M  1847-1869  D 1847-1869   MIC1D/87

Clones    

C of I   PRONI  B 1682-1873 M  1682-1912  D 1682-1901   MIC583/147 CR/1/58

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1856-1984  M 1859-1956      MIC1D/273

Clonleigh    

C of I   PRONI  B 1872-1983  M 1845-1956  D 1877-1984   MIC583/179

C of I   RCB  B 1872-1983 M  1845-1956  D 1877-1984   MC 44

R C    NLI  B  1773-1880  M 1788-1880      Pos 5766

R C    PRONI  B 1773-1880  M 1778-1881      MIC1D/61

R C    THC  B 1773-1900  M 1778-1900

Clonmany    

C of I   ILC   B 1891-  M  1845-  D 1893-

R C    NLI  B 1852-1880    Pos 5765

R C    PRONI  B 1852-1881    MIC1D/54

R C    THC  B 1852-1900

Convoy    

C of I   PRONI B  1871-1981  M 1845-1902  D 1881-1980   MIC583/208

C of I   RCB  B 1871-1981  M 1845-1902  D 1881-1980   MC 92

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1822-1914  M 1846-1940      MIC1D/220 MIC583/6

Conwal    

C of I   PRONI B  1876-1951 M  1845-1950  D 1878-1904   MIC583/211

C of I   RCB  B 1876-1951  M 1845-1988 D  1878-1906   MC 94 P 206

Conwal & Leck    

R C    DA  B 1853-1899  M 1853-1899

R C    NLI  B 1853-1880  M 1853-1880      Pos 4598

R C    PRONI  B 1874-1881  M 1877-1881      MIC1D/85

Cookstown

Presbyterian 1st 2nd 3rd     No records listed

Cortlee

Presbyterian   PRONI   B 1872-1922    MIC1D/226

Craigadooish    

C of I  PRONI  Chapel of Ease   B  1871-1907  M 1982-2007      MIC583/177

C of I   RCB  B 1871-1907    MC 27

Creevagh

Presbyterian   PRONI B  1882-1939    MIC1C/18 CR/5/12

Crossroads

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1811-1906  M 1819-1956  D 1854-1902   MIC1D/259

Culdaff    

C of I   PRONI  B 1668-1987  M 1713-1921  D 1714-1980   MIC583/278 D803

C of I   RCB   B 1875-1911  M 1845-1921  D 1876-1980   MC 179

Methodist   PRONI   B 1871-1985  M 1879-1936      MIC583/E/16

R C    NLI  B  1838-1880  M 1849-1880      Pos 5766

R C    PRONI  B  1838-1880  M 1838-1880      MIC1D/55

R C    THC  B  1848-1900   M1867-1887

Desertegney     

C of I   RCB     M 1848-1929  D 1879-1981   MC 49

C of I  PRONI  St Ignatious   B 1878-1966  M 1848-1929  D 1879-1981   MIC583/84

R C    NLI  B 1864-1880  M 1871-1880      Pos 5765

R C    PRONI  B 1864-1881  M 1871-1872      MIC1D/54

R C    THC  B 1864-1900  M 1871-1900

Donagh

C of I   PRONI  B 1836-1877 M  1837-1851  D 1836-1876   Lost in 1922

Donaghmore    

C of I   PRONI  B 1818-1902 M  1817-1917  D 1825-1984   MIC583/209

C of I   PRONI  B 1829-1877 M  1829-1845 D  1829-1877   Lost in 1922

C of I   RCB  B 1817-1984 M  1817-1984  D 1817-1984   MC 91

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1804-1961  M 1819-1905  D 1765-1927   MIC1D/217 129 MIC583/54/2

R C    NLI   B 1840-1880  M 1846-1880      Pos 5767

R C    PRONI  B 1840-1880  M 1846-1883      MIC1D/62

R C    THC  B 1840-1900  M 1846-1900

Donegal     

C of I PRONI   All Saints  B 1808-1937  M 1812-1944  D 1812-1955   MIC583/146/176 D2535/1

C of I   ILC  B 1803-1875  M 1803-1845  D 1803-1875

Methodist PRONI North Mission Station   B 1865-1882    CR/3/12

Presbyterian 1st   PRONI  B 1824-1885  M 1824-1947 D  1860-1883   MIC1D/6 D 2535/1

Presbyterian 2nd   PRONI  B 1865-1962  M 1845-1962      MIC1D/6 united with 1st

Presbyterian PRONI   North Mission Station  B 1865-1882    CR/3/12

Drumholm    

C of I   ILC  B 1691-1873  M 1691-1846  D 1691-1869   See Laghey & Rossnowlagh

C of I   PRONI  B 1719-1873  M 1691-1869  D 1696-1873   MIC583/148 T/607/2

R C    NLI  B 1866-1880  M 1866-1880      Pos 4599

R C    PRONI B  1866-1881  M 1866-1881      MIC1D/86

Dunfanaghy    

C of I   ILC     See Clondehorky

C of I   PRONI  B 1873-1983  M 1875-1910  D 1873-1983   MIC583/160

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1830-1895  M 1830-1845      MIC1D/152

Dungloe    

C of I   ILC     See Templecrone

R C    NLI  B 1876-1880    Pos 4600

R C    PRONI B  1876-1881    MIC1D/87

Dunkineely

C of I   ILC     See Kilaghtee

Dunkineely & Ballyederland    

Methodist   PRONI  B 1833-1951  M 1863-1904      MIC583/E/33,34

Dunlewey    

C of I   ILC   B 1855-1877    D  1856-1877

C of I   PRONI     M 1853-1882      MIC583/197

C of I   RCB    M  1843-1882      MC 68

Fahan Lower    

C of I   ILC     See Fahan Upper

C of I   PRONI  B 1817-1980   M 1870-1942 D  1822-1983   MIC583/181

C of I   RCB   B 1817-1980 M  1870-1929  D 1822-1983   MC 46

Fahan

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1899-1986  M 1845-1955      MIC1D/306

Fahan Upper    

C of I   ILC   B 1760-1875  M 1760-1860  D 176O-1875

C of I   PRONI  B 1762-1921  M 1814-1909   D 1832-1934   MIC583/180

C of I   RCB   B 1762-1921 M  1814-1909  D 1832-1934   MC 45

Fannet

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1827-1952 M  1827-1955      MIC1D/232

Faughan

Presbyterian     No records listed

Fourtowns

Presbyterian   PRONI   B 1820-1897  M 1845-1936      MIC1D/437

Finner    

C of I   PRONI   B 1815-1950  M 1817-1925  D 1815-1980   MIC583/295

C of I   RCB  B 1815-1950 M  1839-1925  D 1839-1980   MC 207

Gartan    

C of I   ILC   D 1889-

C of I   PRONI  B 1881-1959  M 1845-1946      MIC583/210

C of I   RCB  B 1881-1959  M 1845-2007  D 1882-2000   MC 93 P 207

Glenalla    

C of I   ILC No records listed

C of I   PRONI  B 1871-1983 M  1871-1951 D  1906-1981   MIC583/195

C of I   RCB  B 1871-1983  M 1871-1951 D  1906-1981   MC 58

Glencomumbkille    

C of I   PRONI B  1827-1984  M 1845-1954 D  1827-1975   MIC583/187

C of I   RCB  B 1827-1984  M 1845-1954 D  1827-1975   MC 65

R C    LC  B 1879-

Glendermott

Presbyterian     No records listed

Gleneely    

C of I   ILC   D 1910-

C of I   PRONI  B 1872-1981  M 1859-1954      MIC583/185

C of I   RCB  B 1872-1981  M 1859-1954      MC 50

Glenties    

C of I   ILC     M 1856-      See Inniskeel

C of I   PRONI  B 1898-1977   D   1898-1982   MIC583/190

C of I   RCB   B1 898-1972     D 1898-1982   MC 54

R C    NLI   B 1866-1880    Pos 4599

Golart

C of I   ILC     See Laghey & Drumholm

Gortlahork    

R C    NLI  B 1849-1880  M 1861-1880  D 1849-1869   Pos 4600

R C    PRONI  B 1849-1896  M 1856-1880  D 1849-1869   MIC1D/87

Gortlee

Presbyterian     No records listed

Grange or Killyglen

C of I     No records listed

Greenbank

Presbyterian   PRONI  B 1862-1985 M  1864-1932      MIC1D/240

Greencastle 

C of I St Finian’s   RCB    No records listed MIC583/

Gweedore    

C of I   PRONI  B 1880-1980  M 1855-1952  D 1881-1982   MIC583/

C of I   PRONI   B 1847-1880     D 1859-1880   Lost in 1922

C of I   RCB  B 1880-1980  M 1855-1952  D 1881-1982   MC 67

Inch    

C of I   ILC  B 1815-1828  M 1816-1857

C of I   PRONI B  1828-1868   M 1829-1844      Lost in 1922

C of I   PRONI  B 1868-1951 M  1846-1946 D  1868-1965   MIC583/182

C of I   RCB  B 1868-1951  M 1846-1946  D 1868-1965   MC 47

Presbyterian   PRONI   M   1845-1947      MIC1D/313

Inishkeel    

C of I   ILC    M  1845-

C of I   PRONI  B 1699-1948 M  1699-1851  D 1699-1983   MIC583/189 CR/1/51

C of I   RCB   B 1826-1948  M 1827-1844  D 1826-1983   MC 53 P 003

R C    NLI  B 1866-1880    Pos 4599

R C    PRONI  B 1866-1881    MIC1D/86

Inishmacsaint    

C of I   ILC  B 1886-     D 1887-

C of I   PRONI  B 1660-1885  M 1663-1934  D 1662-1887   MIC583/50 CR/1/56 MIC 583/6 T808/15274-15276 T/3548 CR/1/7 t/3548

R C    NLI   B 1848-1880  M 1847-1880      Pos 5569

R C    PRONI  B 1847-1880  M 1847-1880      MIC1D/12

Inver    

C of I   ILC  B 1920-

C of I   PRONI   B 1805-1920  M 1805-1949  D 1818-1984   MIC583/159

C of I   RCB B  1793-1920  M 1791-1956  D 1794-1994   P 508

Methodist   PRONI  B 1860-1982 M  1889-1955      MIC583/E/34 MIC 429/1/547

R C    DA  B 1861-1877  M 1861-1899

R C    NLI  B 1861-1880  M 1861-1867      Pos 4599

R C    PRONI  B 1861-1881  M 18