1 edition of Irish cross recently erected in the churchyard of Carnmoney, Co. Antrim. found in the catalog.
Irish cross recently erected in the churchyard of Carnmoney, Co. Antrim.
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Irish Gravestone Inscriptions. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., This book lists all cemeteries surveyed to date by Heritage World. Arranged by county, all cemeteries are listed by the civil parish in which they are located, together with their religious denomination. In brief, then, this is a guide to the The following are a list of book titles relating to Co. Antrim. The topics are varied: history, heritage, geology, 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.
Graphic maps of the area around 54° 48' 50" N, 5° 52' 30" W. Each angle of view and every map style has its own advantage. Maphill lets you look at Carnmoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom from many different perspectives. 'Corrigan Park' book revives many great memories for Antrim Gaels Antrim GAA has returned to Corrigan Park, Belfast, in recent years but its glory days are recalled in .
Use the? or * wildcards in name fields.? replaces one letter.* represents zero to many letters.E.g. Sorens?n or Wil* Search for an exact birth/death year or select a range, before or after. Select "More search options" to: Search for a memorial or contributor by ID.; Include the name of a spouse, parent child or sibling. in your als: 15 added (80% photographed). The Newtownabbey Branch has, after a number of years of dedicated research, produced a new book entitled “The Hidden Graveyard”. This page book records gravestone inscriptions from Graveyard No. 1 at Carnmoney Parish Church, Newtownabbey, Co. Antrim.
Report by HM Inspectorate on modern languages in the sixth form.
Lawn Tennis Association official handbook.
Catalogue of the collection of pictures, European and Oriental works of art, armour & arms, stained glass, bronzes, decorative objects and furniture of John William Spread ... and a collection, the property of William Spread, Esq
history of National Medical Enterprises, Inc. and the investor-owned hospital industry
English composition in the high school
Push, pull, empty, full
Global Logistics And Strategy 1940-1943
Child Abuse Prevention, Adoption, and Family Services Act of 1987
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Handbook of steel construction.
Thirty-seventh annual report of the trustees of the State Lunatic Hospital at Worcester. October, 1869
CARNMONEY, a parish, in the barony of LOWER BELFAST, county of ANTRIM, and province of ULSTER, 3 miles (N. by E.) from Belfast; containing inhabitants. This place was anciently called Coole, and according to tradition there was a town of that name of considerable extent near the present church, on the decay of which the parish took its Location: Carnmoney, Antrim.
Description. This page book records gravestone inscriptions from Graveyard No. 1 at Carnmoney Parish Church, Newtownabbey, Co. Antrim. This section of the graveyard is across Church Road and ‘hidden’ down a lane.
Area. Carnmoney has an area of km² / 9, acres / square miles. Townlands. There are 20 townlands that we know about in Carnmoney. This. A Record of Memorials in the ancient graveyard around the Church of the Holy Evangelists (Church of Ireland) at Carnmoney, Newtownabbey, Co Antrim.
Originally published in book form in by the Belfast Branch of the North of Ireland Family History Society, the Society now makes it available in for the first time on CD in searchable PDF. Carnmoney (from Irish Carn Monaidh, meaning 'cairn of the bog') is the name of a townland (of acres), electoral ward and a civil parish in County Antrim, Northern ney is within the urban area called Newtownabbey and the wider Newtownabbey lies 7 miles (11 km) from Belfast city centre in the historic barony of Belfast Lower.
Country: Northern Ireland. – The Irish language in Rathlin Island, Co. Antrim – Dublin: Hodges, Figgis, Hamilton, William, – Letters concerning the northern coast of the county of Antrim:Containing a natural history of its basaltes: with an account of such circumstances as are worthy of notice respecting the antiquities, manners, and customs, of.
Denomination Church Baptisms Marriages Burials Location Ref. Status; Roman Catholic: Greencastle: Mar 21 - Dec 25 Apr 3 - Oct 21 NLI: Imaged online.
GRAVE LOCATION FOR HOLDERS OF THE VICTORIA CROSS IN: CO ANTRIM, NORTHERN IRELAND. Name: Hugh, COLVIN: Robert, QUIGG: Sir George Stuart, WHITE: Rank: Major: Carnmoney (Main) Cemetery, Newtownabbey, Co Antrim: Billy Protestant Churchyard, Co Antrim: Broughshane Presbyterian Churchyard, Co Antrim (image courtesy Chris Roche).
I recently found my Grandfathers Right of Burial for Carnmoney Cemetery dated March and states G He was a Fireman stationed in Belfast and Ardoyne Fire Stations.
In the census he was in Ardoyne Fire station. His DOB is 17 October Does the grave exist and is it marked or where would I get details about it.
This is the third book in a planned series of the graveyards in North Antrim. Derrykeighan Old Churchyard has been quite different from the others in that many of the gravestones are from the 17 th and 18 th centuries.
The people buried there are from many churches in the area. A Record of Memorials in the ancient graveyard around the Church of the Holy Evangelists (Church of Ireland) at Carnmoney, Newtownabbey, County Antrim.
Originally published in book form in by the Belfast Branch of the North of Ireland Family History Society, the Society now makes it available in for the first time on CD in searchable PDF format. Welcome to the Carnmoney google satellite map. This place is situated in Antrim, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, its geographical coordinates are 54° 41' 0" North, 5° 57' 0" West and its original name (with diacritics) is Carnmoney.
County Antrim Genealogy, Family History Notes and Coats of Arms. Special extracts from the IGF archives. Part of the Irish Families Project, this reference work includes the complete census for Antrim, County Map, complete listing of modern parishes and placenames as well as older place names, plus coats of arms of families in Antrim taken from the Irish Book of Arms/5(6).
Saint John Churchyard (Glynn), Glynn, Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. Records. Images. Cemetery page showing maps, records, and images of headstones in the Saint John Churchyard (Glynn), Glynn, Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom | BillionGraves Cemetery and Images.
Get the BillionGraves app now and help collect. New graveyard records from Carnmoney, Co Antrim which is about 7 miles north of Belfast: "The Newtownabbey Times have published details of our first meeting of the new season & have included details about the third publication in our series of grave transcription records from Carnmoney Parish Church.
The launch of the new CD is at our meeting in. After my first book on Ballymoney Old Church Graveyard, it seemed obvious that my next volume would explore the history and headstones of St. Patrick’s Parish Church.
These graveyards are now separated by a busy road. However, once they were a single burial ground with graves that can be traced back to the 17th century. CARNMONEY, a parish, in the barony of LOWER BELFAST, county of ANTRIM, and province of ULSTER, 3 miles (N.
by E.) from Belfast; containing place was anciently called Coole, and according to tradition there was a town of that name of considerable extent near the present church, on the decay of which the parish took its modern name from an adjoining.
His grave is in the churchyard at Carnmoney. It has a big Irish cross, with lots of figures carved in stone. Aunt Sarah had gone to Fiji with her husband. They had been stationed there for a nearly a year.
She had written a book about everything that she and Uncle William James had seen and done while they were there. WHITEHOUSE, a village, in the parish of CARNMONEY, barony of LOWER BELFAST, county of ANTRIM, and province of ULSTER, 3 miles (N.) from Belfast, on the road to Carrickfergus; containing inhabitant.
A CO Antrim schoolboy has had his artwork chosen to feature in a calendar that will be sold at petrol stations across Ireland. Ryan Dickson, from Jordanstown School, Newtownabbey, won. Armoy St. Patrick’s Church of Ireland Churchyard This is my fifth book in a series of North Antrim graveyard research.
The graveyard has been mapped, the graves named and numbered, a transcription has been provided of each grave where possible, a short family tree and some further family information.pp.
Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Antrim, Doagh, Donegore, Kilbride: Angelique Day: Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume Parishes of County Antrim IVGlens of Antrim: Belfast Inst. of Irish Studies/R.I.A.
National Library of Ireland Ir o pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams.Explore this cemetery for graves, information and tombstones for names in Castlereagh Presbyterian Churchyard in Belfast, County Antrim, a Find A Grave on: Church Road, Castlereagh.