2 edition of parish of Templecorran and Islandmagee. found in the catalog.
parish of Templecorran and Islandmagee.
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Historical Description. TEMPLECORRAN, or BROAD ISLAND, a parish, in the barony of LOWER BELFAST, county of ANTRIM, and province of ULSTER, 5 miles (N. E.) from Carrickfergus, on the road from Belfast to Larne, and on Lough Lame; containing, with the village of Ballycarry (which is separately described), inhabitants. Townland AKA Acres County Barony Parish PLU Province; Aghalum: Antrim: Lower Glenarm: Ardclinis: Larne: Ulster: Aldfreck: Antrim: Lower Belfast.
You are here: Things to Do > Templecorran Church graveyard Templecorran Church graveyard Main Street, Ballycarry, Carrickfergus, County Antrim, BT38 9BF. Templecorran, Templepatrick, Tickmacrevan, Tullyrusk. See also. List of townlands in County Antrim; References This page was last edited on 13 March , at (UTC). Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. By using this site, you.
Gravestone Inscriptions, County Antrim: Volume 1, Parish of Islandmagee (Gravestone Inscriptions, Volume 1) Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" — — — Paperback —Manufacturer: Ulster Historical Foundation. The tradition is that Brice preached alternately at Templecorran and Ballykeel, Islandmagee. In September Echlin conferred on him the prebend of Kilroot. The 'Ulster Visitation' of says that Brice 'serveth the cures of Templecorran and Kilroot—church at Kilroot decayed—that at Ballycarry has the walls newly erected, but not roofed.'.
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The Parish of Islandmagee The parish of Islandmagee is bounded on the west and the north tip by Larne Lough and on the eastern coastline by the Irish Sea. Only on the southwest extremity, is it linked directly to the mainly at Whithead, where it bounds the parish of Templecorran.
The Churches of Islandmagee have few early records. The Church of. Rector The Rev Canon Mark Taylor, St. Patrick’s Rectory, 72 Riverforde, Whitehead, Carrickfergus.
Phone: Email: [email protected] Whitehead and Islandmagee Parish on Facebook Churches within this Parish. Your Island Magee parish ancestry. Click on a place-name below to see parish of Templecorran and Islandmagee.
book Griffith's Valuation record. Click on or for its census return. Parish of Templecorran Name, Age, Year, Townland, Destination, Trade Creighton David, 24,Knocknagulliagh, New York, Mason ↳ History of the Islandmagee area ↳ History of Co.
Antrim Towns ↳ History of Co. Antrim ↳ Pigot Directory ; CD-roms, Books & E-books,magazines etc. ↳ Information on CD-Roms of interest to. Seeking any information about the James Wisnom family of Ballycarry/Templecorran. James was born in Ballycarry, Antrim, Ireland in His father's name was James.
Potential siblings include, JohnWilliamAlexanderand Samuel James died in and is buried in the Old Templecorran Cemetery with wife Margaret Hunter, and son Jame (b.d.
)I am. Templecorran, Ballycarry. This is the name that Islandmagee was known as in medieval times, and is evidence for the age of this ruined church and small graveyard now situated at the edge of the main road.
Alterations like this are an unusual feature for medieval parish churches in Ireland, evidence that Glynn church was an important. Templecorran civil parish, Antrim. Templecorran Ordnance Survey map from Templecorran parish map on Templecorran contemporary Google map.
Adjoining parishes. Parish 11 book format local histories. 1 periodical references. 11 church records. 8 local or family history journal(s) No directories listed. Guide to Templecorran Civil Parish, County Antrim, Northern Ireland ancestry, family history, and registers, transcripts, baptism records, marriage records, and burial records.
Templecorran Civil Parish The following information is a starting point for records about the civil parish of Templecorran.
Parish records--primarily births, baptisms, marriages, and burials--provide the best source of vital record information in the centuries before civil registration. This collection includes parish records and similar sources in the United Kingdom approximately to The tithe applotment books for the parish of Islandmagee include the following records of Dicks: Margaret Dick is listed as holding just over 6 acres in the townland of Mullaghboy.
Robert Dick is listed with more than 14 acres in Drumgurland. Aldfreck (allt fraochan), Templecorran Civil Parish, Barony of Belfast Lower, Co.
Antrim A, 2 R, 4 P Altilevelly, Raloo Civil Parish, Barony of Belfast Lower, Co. Antrim A, 1 R, 13 P Balloo (Baile Lugha), Islandmagee Civil Parish, Barony of Belfast Lower, Co. Antrim A, 0 R, 12 P. FAMILY OF CAMPBELL AND ISABELLA DICK.
Campbell Dick, born inmarried Isabella Reilley, born in They lived and died in Ballycarry, parish of Templecorran, County Antrim.
Campbell died on Feb.2,and Isabella on May 5,as recorded on the following gravestone (a low pink stone with the last line partly buried) in Templecorran Graveyard. The Grouped Churches of St St Colman's, Kilroot and St John's, Ballycarry, Carrickfergus.
likes 34 talking about this. We are a group of parishes situated in Kilroot, Eden and Ballycarry. The. Parish of Islandmagee --v. Parishes of Glynn, Kilroot, Raloo and Templecorran --v. Old families of Carrickfergus & Ballynure --v.
Old families of Larne & district. Series Title: Ulster Historical Foundation publications. Other Titles: Parish of Islandmagee (Ballykeel, Ballypriormore, and Islandmagee graveyards). Parish of Islandmagee (Ballykeel, Ballypriormore, and Islandmagee graveyards) v. Parishes of Glynn, Kilroot, Raloo, and Templecorran: v.
Old families of Carrickfergus & Ballynure from gravestone inscriptions, wills, and biographical notes / compiled by George Rutherford and edited by Richard Clarke.
The monastery closed, possibly due to Viking attacks, but through the medieval period the site was the location of a parish church, possibly the ‘Church of Laslaynan’ as recorded in the papal taxation of Within the Ballycarry Old Cemetery is the imposing roofless ruin of medieval Templecorran Church.
Presbyterian; Parish Baptisms Marriage Burials; Donegall Pass Church, Belfast: - Eglington, Belfast: - Ekenhead, Belfast: - Fitzroy. Islandmagee on the Antrim coast was once the seat of the Magees, a prominent Irish Gaelic sept.
who landed at Carrickfergus in and possessed themselves of the adjoining parish of Templecorran and several others which were confirmed to them by the Crown. About the year several of the Scots settled here and their numbers must have. BELFAST see Shankill. PARISH INTRODUCTION + Wikiwand; BIRTHS MARRIAGES DEATHS + Civil Records @ ; BAPTISMS MARRIAGES + Ancestors At Rest - Rosemary Street Church Records Belfast Ireland.
Again, a glance at the census for for both the parishes of Islandmagee and Templecorran shows that there were a number of families of these names who adhered to Unitarianism.
That being the case, you would need to look for records from Ballycarry Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church situated in Ballycarry Village. The village lies in the parish of Templecorran although the Ordnance Survey (OS) Memoirs for the parish and village note that the parish is more commonly known as Broadisland (also ‘Braidisland’ and ‘Braidenisland’; Day et al.82).
Lewis (, Vol. 2, ) also gives ‘Broad Island’ as a synonym of Templecorran.Co. Fermanagh Graveyard Inscriptions, Servicemen’s graves in Derryvullan North Parish Church, Irvinestown, Sacred Heart R.C., Irvinestown, The Point, Castle Archdale [Surnames for all 3 graveyards] & St.
Patrick’s Parish Church, Castle Archdale & The Priory Church, Killadeas & St. Michael’s Parish .The following are a list of book titles relating to Co. Antrim. The topics are varied: history, heritage, genealogy, language and some tourist guides. Some of these may be easily obtainable, some are rare and out of print.
Some are books and some pamphlets.