2 edition of History of the parish of Derrykeighan for three centuries found in the catalog.
History of the parish of Derrykeighan for three centuries
First published 1908.
|Statement||by Thomas Camac.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||103p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||103|
This book tells the story of the parish of Donagheady and its families over three centuries. Donagheady occupies the most northerly portion of County Tyrone. It is a large parish, stretching from the River Foyle to the Sperrins. In the period covered by this study Donagheady experienced massive changes with the result that the parish in Three Centuries of Life in a Tyrone parish. A History of Donagheady - This book tells the story of the parish of Donagheady and its families over three centuries. Donagheady occupies the most northerly portion of County Tyrone.
McQuiggs do not appear in the Hearth Money Roll for Ballyrashane parish or in the McNaghten tenant roll of or in the Protestant housekeepers of They must have come to Islandcarragh in the latter half of the eighteenth century as there are three tombstones to McQuiggs of Islandcarragh in old Dunluce graveyard. GRACEHILL HOUSE is 2 miles ne of STRANOCUM its in ARMOY CIVIL PARISH DERRYKEIGHAN is a hamlet, civil parish and townland (of acres) in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, 4 miles (km) N-NE of Ballymoney Derrykeighan the hamlet is about 3 miles west of Gracehill house.
Welcome to our parish website. In these difficult days our normal Masses and activities have been suspended. But the life of the parish goes on! Now more than ever we need to be a community with a strong faith in God, hope for the future and love for each other. It was steadily cleared over the next two or three centuries. It has remained essentially open woodland pasture. In late Elizabethan times the land was enclosed, establishing the field pattern that is largely unaltered to the present day. Marchington Woodlands became a village in with the opening of the parish .
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The History of the Parish of Derrykeighan for Three Centuries, by Thomas Camac was published in and he openly acknowledges that much of his work came from Rev. Hugh McNeill. He also used a series of “jottings” of local history which are in PRONI. Camac was related to. History Of The Parish Of Derrykeighan For Three Centuries Hardcover – 1 Jan.
Author: Thomas Camac. A '98 gravestone in Derrykeighan graveyard, diocese of Connor, to the memory of William Dunlap. By: Camac, Thomas Published: () The M'Kinleys of Conagher, County Antrim, and their descendants. With notes about the President of the United States of America.
The annals of the Parish of Derrykeighan by Hugh McNeill; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: History, Parishes, Church history; Places: Derrykeighan (Northern Ireland: Parish), Derrykeighan, Northern Ireland.
History › Europe Share. Currently unavailable. We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock. Find this book on AbeBooks, an Amazon company, offers millions of new, used, and out-of-print books. Annals of the Parish of Derrykeighan Paperback – May 1, Author: Hugh McNeill.
Description This is the third book in a planned series of the graveyards in North Antrim. Derrykeighan Old Church Graveyard has been quite different from the others in that many of the gravestones are from the 17th and 18th centuries. The people buried there are from many churches in the area. IR – — Belfast, Ballymacarrett Parish Church, A History of — Salmon, Stewart IR – — Derrykeighan, History of the, For Three Centuries (Reprint) — Camac, Thomas IR – — Derriaghy, A Short History of the Parish (Updated ) — Barr, Very Rev.
W.N.C. History of The Parish of Derrykeighan for Three Centuries: Camac, Thomas: £ Blackmouth and Dissenter: Barkley, John M.
£ A Short History of 2nd Donegore Presbyterian Church Montgomery, Francis J. £ History of the Irish Presbyterian Church (Edinburgh, Special Edition ) Hamilton, T: £ Accord to Camacs book 'History of the Parish of Derrykeighan for Three Centuries' Francis McKinley had a sister Jane who is my gg according to this book Francis and Janes uncle James emigrated to America and thus the line down to President William.
I would be interested to see any scanned information you have you re the journal. Civil Parish Name of Church/Parish Details of available records PRONI Ref. Coleraine Library Reel No. Other Denomination 30 Ballymoney Roseyards Presbyterian Church Marriages In local custody Presbyterian 31 Ballymoney Ballymoney Roman Catholic Parish [includes Derrykeighan] Baptisms ; Marriages MIC1D/69A 44 Roman File Size: KB.
15 rows Ulster and the Isles in the fifteenth century: the lordship of the Clann Domhnaill of Antrim:. Camac, Thomas: History of the Parish of Derrykeighan For Three Centuries. Bushmills: Causeway Books, First published in and reprinted in ; this is a facsimile edition.
21 x 15 cm. Illustrated. Pictorial semi matt card covers. In very good condition, almost as new. Scarce. £ History.
The site of the medieval parish church, and also of an early church, is marked by the ruins of a later church in Derrykeighan. Civil parish of Derrykeighan. The civil parish covers includes the village of Dervock. Townlands. The civil parish contains the following townlands:Country: Northern Ireland.
Ulster Journal of Archaeology. Series 2: a slightly annotated contents list. ‘The parish of Derrykeighan (county Antrim) for three centuries’, McTear, T. ‘Personal recollections of the beginning of the century’, Bigger, F.
& Fennell, W. ‘The Whiteabbey in the parish of Carnmoney, County Antrim’ [Early. DERRYKEIGHAN, a parish, partly in the barony of LOWER DUNLUCE, and partly in that of CAREY, county of ANTRIM, and province of ULSTER; containing, with the Grange of Drumtullagh, and post-town of Dervock, inhabitants.
This parish is situated on the river Bush, and is intersected by the roads from Coleraine. Camac, Thomas History of the Parish of Derrykeighan for three centuries Bushmills Causeway Book p.
ill. 21 x 15 cm. Reprint of publication Cameron, Bobby Antrim and beyond part two: They served in time of war. Antrim Escoumains Publications p.
ill. 30x21 cm. Campbell, Joe and Felicity McCall. Bushmills was originally believed to have been his birthplace although emigration papers for James Dempsey, upon arrival in Australia, record him as being a native of the parish of Derrykeighan.
Three Centuries of Life in a Tyrone Parish: A History of Donagheady from to William J. Roulston Strabane History Society, - Donagheady (Northern Ireland: Parish) - pages. OLDEN DAYS IN CUSHENDALL & THE GLENS PART 2.
Hugh A Boyd. Continuation of article from Volume AGNEWS AND O’GNIMHS. Hon. Hector McDonnell. 16 th century bardic family of the O’Gnimhs; grants of land from the McDonnells in the early s.
Family tree from the 12 th to the 17 th centuries. Map of the area from Larne to Carncastle with townland names. Ballydivity (Baile Mhic Duibhidghe), Derrykeighan Civil Parish, Barony of Dunluce Lower, Co. Antrim A, 3 R, 5 P Ballyhibistock Lower, Derrykeighan Civil Parish.
DERRYKEIGHAN, a parish, partly in the barony of LOWER DUNLUCE, and partly in that of CAREY, county of ANTRIM, and province of ULSTER; containing, with the Grange of Drumtullagh, and post-town of Dervock, inhabitants.The annals of the Parish of Derrykeighan from A.D.
to A.D. compiled by Hugh McNeill: Ballymena Mid-Antrim Historical Group National Library of Ireland 1A 81p.; introduced by Eull Dunlop: Samuel McSkimin: The History and Antiquities of the Town of Carrickfergus Belfast Julia Mullin: A history of Dunluce.Before the parish was formed, about three centuries ago, the parish church of this locality was, of course, Billy, and thither the adherents of the Established Church in the Ballintoy district, were expected somehow or other to wend their way—and that at a time when means of transport and communication were not what they are to-day.