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History of Ballymacarrett Parish Church of Ireland, Diocese of Down

Stewart Salmon

History of Ballymacarrett Parish Church of Ireland, Diocese of Down

by Stewart Salmon

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Published by The Author in Belfast .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ballymacarrett Parish Church (Belfast).

  • Edition Notes

    Written to celebrate the centenary of the church, 1893-1993.

    Statementby Stewart Salmon.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination55 p. :
    Number of Pages55
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21428714M

    Ballymachugh Parish. likes. Ballymachugh Parish is located in the extreme south of County Cavan, Ireland. It borders the counties of Westmeath and Longford and is in the Diocese of Ardagh and Followers: The crowd wanted Butler to be handed over to them. The confrontation eventually turned nasty. A hail of stones rained down on the police, and Gibbons and fourteen of his men were killed. So also were Butler and 25–30 local people. This incident terrified Church of Ireland clergymen and put an end to their attempts to recover the arrears.

    Full text of "Armagh clergy and parishes: being an account of the clergy of the Church of Ireland in the Diocese of Armagh, from the earilest period, with historical notices of the several parishes, churches, &c" See other formats.   Today’s townland is Ballymacarrett, a district of East Belfast. The standard spelling has two “r”s and two “t”s, but the PLACENAMESNI website gives it only one “t”, and the sign in the photo below spells it differently again.. Ballymacarrett is the 13th townland on the Comber Greenway.. The “Odyssey” referred to in the photo above is an entertainment arena in the neighbouring.

    SLEEP-OUT – STAY AWAKE event for year olds on Friday 28 February, from 9pm until 7am on Saturday 29 February, in solidarity with the homeless. The Sleep-Out event will take place in St Eugene’s Cathedral, Derry. During the vigil there will be reflections, music, speakers from local charities, activities and time outside.   When Bishop Chillingworth was Rector of Seagoe in the Diocese of Dromore, Bishop Colton was rector of Castleknock and Mulhuddart with Clonsilla in the Diocese of Dublin. Together they forged parochial links in the s to strengthen bonds between north and south in the Church of Ireland and, in that period of Ireland’s history, to nurture.


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History of Ballymacarrett Parish Church of Ireland, Diocese of Down by Stewart Salmon Download PDF EPUB FB2

BALLYMACARRETT, a town and parish, forming part of the suburbs of BELFAST, in the barony of UPPER CASTLEREAGH, county of DOWN, and province of ULSTER; containing place, previously towas simply a townland in the parish of Knockbreda, or Bredagh, and in the history of the county, published inis described as containing only two buildings, Mount Pottinger.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. History of Ballymacarrett Parish Church of Ireland, Diocese of Down by Stewart Salmon; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Ballymacarrett Parish Church (Belfast).

Ballymacarrett or Ballymacarret (from Irish Baile Mhic Gearóid, meaning 'MacGearóid's settlement') is the name of History of Ballymacarrett Parish Church of Ireland a townland and electoral ward in townland is in County Down and the electoral ward is part of the Pottinger district electoral area of Belfast City Council.

The ward was created in with most of the population coming from the former Pottinger ward. BALLYMACARRETT, a town and parish, forming part of the suburbs of BELFAST, in the barony of UPPER CASTLEREAGH, county of DOWN, and province of ULSTER; containing inhabitants.

This place, previously towas simply a townland in the parish of Knockbreda, or Bredagh, and in the history of the county, published inis described as. Christ’s Church Ballymacarrett was consecrated on January 4 th and replaced by a new church building in By the Vicar was Canon G.G.

Mervyn who changed the dedication of the church from Christ’s Church to St Patrick’s. Crazy Prices at Newtownards Road, approaching Dee Street, was a familiar sight for many years. This is a map of the Catholic parishes of Co. Down; see below for key From John Grenham's book,"Tracing your Irish Ancestors; 2nd Edition, published by Gill &.

National Library of Ireland: Imaged online (Pos. ) Transcribed at Ancestry & FindMyPast: Open for public research: - - Public Record Office of Northern Ireland: MIC.1D/ Open for public research: Click here for a listing of placenames in this parish.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Down and Connor, Co. Down, Roman Catholic Parishes, Co. Down, Roman Catholic Parish Records On Microfilm, Co. Down. Census. This website contains images from the NLI’s collection of Catholic parish register microfilms.

The registers contain records of baptisms and marriages from the majority of Catholic parishes in Ireland and Northern Ireland up to   My Great grandparents were married in and my grandfather was born in BALLYMACARRETT and on both of these certificates were from civil district Belfast, County Antrim.

The change in county must have occurred between and   Church of Ireland, Presbyterian church -- Ireland History, Down (Ireland) -- History, Donaghmore, (Parish) Ire., (Co. Down) Publisher London: D. Nutt Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language EnglishPages: The Diocese of Down & Dromore is the Church of Ireland in Co Down and part of Co Armagh in Northern Ireland.

It is divided up into 77 parishes with churches and ser people. We have more than serving ordained clergy. Ballyphillip & Portaferry Roman Catholic Parish, Diocese of Down & Connor, Co. Down, Ireland. 20th March, the parish records for this parish begin (a transcript) and they continue to 31st Dec.

I have indexed the names of children and parents for the records of The maiden surname of the mother is rarely given, place names are. Civil registration in Ireland began inwhich means that parish registers are the best source for finding the majority of the population before that time.

Roman Catholic parishes differ from civil parishes. Below is a full list of all the parishes included in the Ireland Roman Catholic parish baptisms. The lists are organised by county. The archives of the Church of Ireland, and particularly parochial registers of baptisms, marriages, and burials, are a primary source for genealogists and family historians.

Although many registers were destroyed in the past, especially in the fire in the Public Record Office of Ireland inmany others have survived in a number of. (It is known as Balligan Church and the twice monthly services of Choral Evensong in that church form an important part of the spiritual life of Ballywalter Parish).

Thus “a new site was acquired” in Ballywalter, the foundation stone was laid in and the church, (consisting then of the main Nave, Chancel and Sanctuary only) was.

A History of the Parish of Magheradroll- Catholic church book: Mourne Observer Peress: HSSS: The Report of the Hibernian Sunday School Society for the Society: in Dublin by M.

Goodwin -try Google books: IED: Irish Emigration Database- a collection of old letters: Downpatrick BT30 9BN Co Down Rev Adrian Dorrian - Vicar.

40 english street Downpatrick BT30 6AB Co Down Rev Julie Bell - Curate. down cathedral office 48 English Street Downpatrick BT30 6AB. Rev Scott McDonald - Vicar. 12 the meadows Downpatrick BT30 6LN Co Down BLENNERHASSETT entries in Church of Ireland Parish Registers P REGISTER FOR THE PARISH OF BALLYMACELLIGOTT, District of Tralee, - Diocese of Ardfert Volume REGISTER OF MARRIAGES AT BALLYMACELLIGOTT The North of Ireland Family History Society (NIFHS) has a large collection of Church Histories in the Randal Gill Library.

As well as listing the clergy, they often contain references to those members of the congregation who played significant rôles in parish life or fund raising. Church of Ireland; Parish Baptisms Marriage Burials; Abbey, Bangor: - Aghaderg: - Annaclone: - Ardglass: - - A new book Perspectives on Preaching: A Witness of the Irish Church, published by Church of Ireland Publishing (CIP) in conjunction with the Church of Ireland Theological Institute (CITI), will be launched by the Rt Revd Ken Good, Bishop of Derry & Raphoe, in the Music Room of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, on Monday 22nd January at pm.The Diocese of Down and Dromore (also known as the United Dioceses of Down and Dromore) is a diocese of the Church of Ireland in the south east of Northern is in the ecclesiastical province of geographical remit of the diocese covers half of the City of Belfast to the east of the River Lagan and the part of County Armagh east of the River Bann and all of County DownCountry: Northern Ireland.