1 edition of Derriaghy, a short history of the parish found in the catalog.
Derriaghy, a short history of the parish
|Other titles||Christ Church Derriaghy.|
|Statement||(introd. by W. N. C. Barr).|
|Contributions||Barr, W.N. C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
Phillimore Parish Records is a series of books published in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and hold transcriptions of marriage registers. Learn more about W.P. Phillimore by clicking here. About the Website. This website will tell you about Parish Registers and their use to those researching their family history. Parish of Derriaghy, Belfast. 37 likes 5 talking about this 4 were here. The Parish comprises St. Colman’s Church, Lambeg, and St. Patrick’s Church, Barnfield Road, Derriaghy.
Good evening. I have been conducting research on my Mother's family, and found reference to a headstone in the Christ Church Derriaghy cemetery for my 5th Great Grandfather Edward McCormick. I have also found that a book "The oldest register of the parish of derriaghy" may provide additional information on my family. Death Notice – Samuel Wolfinden. The following is an extract from the Belfast Newsletter dated 30th November and appears with permission of the Belfast Newsletter.. Death: On the 26th inst., after a short but severe illness, which he bore with resignation and composure, Mr. Samuel Wolfinden, Sexton of Derriaghy, at the advanced age of 85 years.
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The soft cover details the early history of the Christ Church Derriaghy, Ireland. Contents include: Early History - church and parish in the eighteenth century; from the close of the eighteenth century to the consecration of Christ Church in ; Extracts from Vestry Minutes ; From the consecration of Christ Church to the end of the Second World War; From to present day ( First published: This short survey of the Parish of Derriaghy has been written to put on record the names of some of the people associated with the parish and their doings over the centuries.
It was begun at the time of the celebration of the centenary of Christ Church in Octoberbut so great was the amount of material to be examined and sifted that only now, two years later, has the work reached the printer. Derriaghy Young Men's Christian Society's Library had been established in The catalogue of books and the address to the members by the Rev.
Donovan in are among the parish records. The Founder and President of the Library was Canon J. Stewart. Concern about finance. A Short History of the Parish. BARR, Derriaghy Rectory.
20th September, PART II. In this part we include accounts of the schools, the graveyard, the Roman Catholic parish. Derriaghy Mission Hall, Derriaghy Gospel Hall, the Orange Order in Derriaghy, Scouting and Guiding, Freemasonry and the Cricket Club. A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland DERRYAGHY, or DERRIAGHY, a parish, partly in the barony of UPPER BELFAST, but chiefly in that of UPPER MASSEREENE, county of ANTRIM, and province of ULSTER, 2 miles (N.) from Lisburn; containing inhabitants.
Synopsis Presents parochial and general history of the locality in a rapidly changing area on the outskirts of : W.N.C. Barr. IR – — Derriaghy, A Short History of the Parish — Barr, W.N.C.
IR – — Leckpatrick and Dunnalong, Parishes of, Their Place in History — Roulston, William J. IR – — Lack or Colaghty Parish, — Keys, David IR – — Knockbreda Parish, Set on a Hill, — Wood, R.
Ernest. Derriaghy, (/ ˌ d ɛ r ɪ ˈ æ x i /; also known as Derryaghy), (from Irish: Doire Achaidh, meaning "oak-wood of the field"), is a townland (of acres) and civil parish in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, miles (9 km) south-west of Belfast city centre.
The townland is situated in the historic barony of Belfast Upper and the civil parish covers areas of both Belfast Upper and the. A Short History Of The Parish Of Yardley () [Phelps, Lloyd] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A Short History Of The Parish Of Yardley (). Derriaghy Graveyard Records, Co. Antrim This page features free records for Derriaghy Graveyard, Co.
Antrim, transcribed by Beth Glenfield and exclusive to Surname. We are a Church of Ireland (Anglican) Parish on the northern outskirts of the city of Lisburn, within the Diocese of Connor. There are two churches in the parish - Christ Church, Derriaghy and.
St Andrew's, Colin. Services are held in both church every Sunday and during the week various activities take place in the parish halls at Christ Church.
Parish of Derriaghy, Belfast. 41 likes 4 were here. The Parish comprises St. Colman’s Church, Lambeg, and St. Patrick’s Church, Barnfield Road, Derriaghy. The above brief history is taken from a book written by the Rev.
Barr - Rector () and published in to mark the Centenary of the consecration of Christ Church, Derriaghy. To see his Mr. Barr’s book in full, click on: Christ Church Derriaghy, A Short History of the Parish.
Another full history of the church is shown on this web site: Click on: Christ Church Derriaghy ( Years of uninterrupted. Christ Church Derriaghy. A Short History of the Parish. BARR, Derriaghy Rectory.
20th September, Meaning of townland names. The Fletcher Bequest. Genealogies of the O'Neills of Killultagh. Description of the old church. The Clare war dead: a history of the casulties of the Great War: Dublin The History Press Ireland National Library of Ireland: John, Rev., Canon. Clancy: Short History of the Parish of Killanena or Upper Feakle: Ennis Clare Champion National Library of Ireland Ir p James Coleman: Limerick and Clare Bibliography.
Parish: Derriaghy Title: Oldest Register of Parish of Derriaghy, County Antrim Author(s): unknown Publisher: W.N.C. Barr Publication Year: Parish: Down and Connor Title: A Historical Account of the Dioceses of Down and Connor Author(s): Rev.
James O'Laverty Publisher: unknown Year: Parish: Holy Cross, Ardoyne. Extract from 'Derriaghy: A short history of the parish' by Norman Barr As well, the Library also had some Huguenot material in its manuscripts collection.
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The Oldest register of the parish of Derriaghy, County Antrim, Northern Ireland,edited by W.N.C. Barr and W.C. Kerr.Toronto Public Library. Blechingley: a parish history together with some account of the family of De Clare chiefly in the south of England by Uvedale Lambert; illustrated with photographs by Jarvis Kendrick and others and 13 drawings by Ernest Christie.
With three churches the people of Derriaghy were now probably as well catered for as any other extensive country parish in the diocese. There are very few records to tell the story of the parish in the nineteenth century.
Here is a list of the parish priests from to Denis Magreevy A History of Stoneyford by Norma Parker () Derriaghy – A Short History of the Parish (revised, added to and updated) by The Very Reverend W.N.C.
Barr. M.A. B.D. () Stoneyford was once part of Derriaghy Parish. Local services in the area in the early ’s had been held in a local schoolhouse.
Helen L. Parish is Professor of History at the University of Reading. Her previous books include Superstition and Magic in Early Modern Europe: A Reader (Bloomsbury, ), Monks, Miracles and Magic: Reformation Representations of the Medieval Church () and Clerical Marriage and the English Reformation: Precedent, Policy and Practice ().Author: Helen L.