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McF in the Ireland 1766 Religious Census and other records

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Ireland 1766 Religious Census
McFAUL, Andrew
Religion: Protestant Parish: Ballentoy
Diocese: Connor County: Antrim
Family:
Townland: Glenstaghie
McFALL, John
Religion: Protestant Parish: Dungannon
Diocese:Armagh County: Tyrone
Family:
Townland: Dungannon
Irish Records Extraction Database
Surname: McFaul
Given Name: Mary
Sex: Female
Birth: 15 January 1825
Baptism: 06 February 1825
Baptism Place: Athenry, County Galway, Ireland
Father's Surname: McFaul
Miscellaneous: Sergeant of the Police
Source: The Parish Registers of Athenry, Diocese of Tuam: Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths and Burials 1795-1828. 17 pages.
The parish of Athenry is in County Galway. It includes the chapel and churchyard at Moore Aughrim at Castle Lambert; the church and churchyard at Monivea, and the church and churchyard at Athenry, at least.

Surname: McFaul
Given Name: William
Sex: Male
Birth:
Birthplace: Athenry, County Galway, Ireland
Baptism: 05 July 1827
Baptism Place: Athenry, County Galway, Ireland
Father's Surname: McFaul
Father's Given Name: Archibald
Miscellaneous: Policeman
Source: The Parish Registers of Athenry, Diocese of Tuam: Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths and Burials 1795-1828. 17 pages.
The parish of Athenry is in County Galway. It includes the chapel and churchyard at Moore Aughrim at Castle Lambert; the church and churchyard at Monivea, and the church and churchyard at Athenry, at least.

Surname: McFall
Given Name: Moses
Sex: Male
Marriage: 1827
Marriage Place: Magheralin, County Down, Northern Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Dowey
Spouse's Given Name: Jane
Miscellaneous: Jane's maiden name is in question
Source: Z. Mettam. Northern Ireland Marriages, Volume 2 (Manuscript found at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City on microfilm 824282, item 3).
Marriages are taken from Aghalee, County Antrim, 1811-1844; Arboe, County Tyrone, 1783-1845; Ballinderry, County Londonderry, 1803-1845; Ballymoney, County Antrim, 1808-1845; Ballynahinch, County Down, 1709-1785, 1801-1834; Boardmills, County Down, 1782-1842, 1851-1870; Camus, County Tyrone, 1804-1845; Donegore, County Antrim, 1806- 1841; Drumachose, County Londonderry, 1730-1845; Henry Street, County Limerick, 1819-1860; Inch, County Down, 1791-1926; Kilrea, County Londonderry, 1829-1848; Lissara, Down Down, 1811-1851; Lower Cumber, County Down, 1808-1845; Magheralin, County Down, 1785-1845; Moira, County Down, 1785-1877; Raffrey, County Down, 1845-1877; Rathfriland, County Down, 1783-1801; Rosemary Street, Belfast, County
Antrim, 1811-1845; Saintfield, County Down, 1724-1750; Seaford, County Down, 1760-1894; and Tamlaght, Counties Londonderry and Tyrone, 1834-1844.
Registration of marriages at the General Register Office in Dublin was compulsory for all Protestants after April 1845 in Ireland. They are the official record. Registration for all individuals became compulsory in Ireland after 1864.
Surname: McFall
Given Name: Charles
Sex: Male
Birth:
Birthplace:
Baptism:
Baptism Place:
Father's Surname:
Father's Given Name:
Mother's Surname:
Mother's Given Name:
Marriage: 1807
Marriage Place: Drumachose, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Dougherty
Spouse's Given Name: Rosanna
Death:
Death Place:
Burial:
Burial Place:
Miscellaneous:
Source: Z. Mettam. Northern Ireland Marriages, Volume 2 (Manuscript found at the Family
History Library in Salt Lake City on microfilm 824282, item 3).
Marriages are taken from Aghalee, County Antrim, 1811-1844; Arboe, County Tyrone,
1783-1845; Ballinderry, County Londonderry, 1803-1845; Ballymoney, County Antrim,
1808-1845; Ballynahinch, County Down, 1709-1785, 1801-1834; Boardmills, County Down,
1782-1842, 1851-1870; Camus, County Tyrone, 1804-1845; Donegore, County Antrim,
1806- 1841; Drumachose, County Londonderry, 1730-1845; Henry Street, County Limerick,
1819-1860; Inch, County Down, 1791-1926; Kilrea, County Londonderry, 1829-1848;
Lissara, Down Down, 1811-1851; Lower Cumber, County Down, 1808-1845; Magheralin,
County Down, 1785-1845; Moira, County Down, 1785-1877; Raffrey, County Down,
1845-1877; Rathfriland, County Down, 1783-1801; Rosemary Street, Belfast, County
Antrim, 1811-1845; Saintfield, County Down, 1724-1750; Seaford, County Down,
1760-1894; and Tamlaght, Counties Londonderry and Tyrone, 1834-1844.
Registration of marriages at the General Register Office in Dublin was compulsory for all
Protestants after April 1845 in Ireland. They are the official record. Registration for all
individuals became compulsory in Ireland after 1864.
Surname: McFall
Given Name: John
Sex: Male
Birth:
Birthplace:
Baptism:
Baptism Place:
Father's Surname:
Father's Given Name:
Mother's Surname:
Mother's Given Name:
Marriage: 14 May 1713
Marriage Place: St. Andrew, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Lamont
Spouse's Given Name: Margaret
Death:
Death Place:
Burial:
Burial Place:

Miscellaneous:
Source: D. A. Chart. Marriage Entries from the Registers of the Parishes of St. Andrew, St.
Anne, St. Audoen, & St. Bride (Dublin), 1632-1800. Exeter and London: William Pollard &
Co. Ltd., 1913. 185 pages.
The periods covered by the four parishes are: St. Andrew, 1672-1800; St. Anne, 1719-1800;
St. Audoen, 1672-1800, and St. Bride, 1632-1800. The computerization for first two parishes
contain a record almost from the beginning of the parishes in question. The last two parishes
are of an earlier origin, but their registers contain no date earlier than 1632, in the case of
St. Bride, and for St. Audoen, the registers are not very complete for the seventeenth
century. The parish of St. Bride is remarkable for the inclusion of many French names,
pointing to the settlement of Huguenot refugees in that vicinity.
Frequent reference is made to military personnel from the 5th Dragoons, 6th Dragoon
Guards, 7th Dragoons; 11th, 19th, 40th, 42nd, 55th, and 69 Foot; Longford, Warwickshire,
and Worcester Militia; the Inverness Fencibles, and Prince of Wales Fencible Infantry.
Surname: Lamont
Given Name: Margaret
Sex: Female
Birth:
Birthplace:
Baptism:
Baptism Place:
Father's Surname:
Father's Given Name:
Mother's Surname:
Mother's Given Name:
Marriage: 14 May 1713
Marriage Place: St. Andrew, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Spouse's Surname: McFall
Spouse's Given Name: John
Death:
Death Place:
Burial:
Burial Place:
Miscellaneous:
Source: D. A. Chart. Marriage Entries from the Registers of the Parishes of St. Andrew, St.
Anne, St. Audoen, & St. Bride (Dublin), 1632-1800. Exeter and London: William Pollard &
Co. Ltd., 1913. 185 pages.
The periods covered by the four parishes are: St. Andrew, 1672-1800; St. Anne, 1719-1800;
St. Audoen, 1672-1800, and St. Bride, 1632-1800. The computerization for first two parishes
contain a record almost from the beginning of the parishes in question. The last two parishes
are of an earlier origin, but their registers contain no date earlier than 1632, in the case of
St. Bride, and for St. Audoen, the registers are not very complete for the seventeenth
century. The parish of St. Bride is remarkable for the inclusion of many French names,
pointing to the settlement of Huguenot refugees in that vicinity.
Frequent reference is made to military personnel from the 5th Dragoons, 6th Dragoon
Guards, 7th Dragoons; 11th, 19th, 40th, 42nd, 55th, and 69 Foot; Longford, Warwickshire,
and Worcester Militia; the Inverness Fencibles, and Prince of Wales Fencible Infantry.

Antrim, Ireland: Parish and Probate Records
Antrim: Glynn, Raloo, & Templecorran - Gravestone Inscriptions, 1828-1953
Marriage Allegations, 1660
Ballygowan Roman Catholic Graveyard
O.S. 40 Grid Ref. J348977
County: Antrim
Country: Ireland
McFaul The family burying ground of Edward McFaul.
Antrim: Carrickfergus & Ballynure - Gravestone Inscriptions, Wills & Biographical Notes, Old
families of Carrickfergus & Ballynure
Marriage Allegations, 1660
Ballynure Old GraveyardO.S. 45 Grid Ref. J315936
County: Antrim
Country: Ireland
McFall Erected by Matilda McIlwaine in memory of her father John McFall who died 19 Dec 1883 aged 76
years. And her mother Martha McFall who died 15 Aug 1883 aged 79 years. The above-named Matilda
McIlwaine died 18 Apr 1919 aged 80 years. Also her son Henry McIlwaine died 12 Jun 1948. T. Holden,
Larne.
Antrim: Belfast - Gravestone Inscriptions, Shankhill Graveyard and tablets in Christ Church
and St. George's Church, 1830-1930
Marriage Allegations, 1660
Belfast, Shankill Graveyard O.S. 60 Grid Ref. 320750
County: Antrim
Country: Ireland
Shaw Erected by Robert Shaw in memory of his children: John McFall died 07 Apr 1858 aged 3 years and
8 months; Joseph died 08 May 1858 aged 6 years and 2 months,.
Antrim: Carrickfergus & Ballynure - Gravestone Inscriptions, Wills & Biographical Notes, Old
families of Carrickfergus & Ballynure
Marriage Allegations, 1660
Ballynure Old Graveyard O.S. 45 Grid Ref. J315936
County: Antrim
Country: Ireland
McIlwaine See McFall
Down, Ireland: Parish and Probate Records
Down: Ards - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Ards e
Marriage Allegations, 1660
Balliggan Graveyard O.S. 7 Grid Ref. 594775
County: Down
Country: Ireland
McFall See Patterson
Down: Ards - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Ards g
Marriage Allegations, 1660
Donaghadee Graveyard O.S. 3 Grid Ref. 589799 O.S. 12 Grid Ref. 622699
County: Down
Country: Ireland
McFall Erected by Alex McFall of D.dee in loving memory of his daughter Sarah McFall who died 17 Jan
1881 aged 10 months. Also his son James McFall who died 11 Nov 1905 aged 7 years. Also his daughter
Lizzie McFall who died 11 Sep 1907 aged 22 years. Also his son Alexander McFall who died 23 Aug 1931
aged 54 years. Also his son William McFall who died 03 May 1935 aged 43 years. Also his wife Margaret
McFall who died 15 May 1940 aged 85 years. Also the above named Alexander McFall who died 03 Jun
1941 aged 85 years. Safe in the arms of Jesus.
Down: Ards - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Ards e
Marriage Allegations, 1660
Balliggan Graveyard O.S. 7 Grid Ref. 594775
County: Down
Country: Ireland
Patterson Erected by John Patterson, Donaghadee, in memory of his father David Patterson who died 20
Oct 1818 aged 44 years. Also the said David Patterson's wife, Margaret Patterson alias Murdoch, who died
20 Aug 1832 aged 59 years. Also Margaret Patterson, daughter of the said John Patterson, who died 23
Feb 1838 aged 8 months. Also Elizabeth Patterson alias McFall, the beloved wife of the above mentioned
John Patterson, who departed this life on 03 Dec 1858 aged 40 years. Also the said John Patterson who
departed this life on 29 May 1876 aged 73 years. Also his daughter Mary Patterson who died 18 Nov 1906
aged 67 years.
Irish Immigrants: New York Port Arrival Records, 1846-1851
Mcfaul, Catherine
Gender: Female Embarkation: Liverpool
Age: 18 Ship: Rappahannock
Occupation: servant Passengers: 338
Residence: Unknown Compartment: Cabin
Native Country: Ireland Destination: New York
Literacy: Unknown Arrival Date: 6 November 1848
Transit Type: Staying in the U.S.
Mcfaul, James
Gender:Male Embarkation: Liverpool
Age: 21 Ship: Finland
Occupation:farmer Passengers:173
Residence:Unknown Compartment:Steerage
Native Country: IrelandDestination:USA
Literacy:Unknown Arrival Date: 4 September 1848
Transit Type: Staying in the U.S.
Mcfall, Ephm. Female 20 Ireland Embarkation: Liverpool Constitution 16 January 1849
Mcfall, James Male 11 months Ireland Embarkation: Liverpool Underwriter 7 April 1851
Mcfall, James Male 28 Ireland Embarkation: Liverpool Underwriter 7 April 1851
Mcfall, John Male 20 Ireland Embarkation: Belfast Sir Colin Campbell 11 April 1849
Mcfall, Margt. Female 22 Ireland Embarkation: Liverpool Meridian 17 June 1851
Mcfall, Mary Female 28 Ireland Embarkation: Belfast Sultan 7 November 1848
Mcfall, Patrk. Male 25 Ireland Embarkation: Belfast South Esh 4 May 1848
Mcfall, Rebecca Female 25 Ireland Embarkation: Londonderry Mary Harrington 2 June 1846
Mcfall, Robert Male 50 Ireland Embarkation: Liverpool Defence 17 April 1847
Mcfall, Rose Female 21 Ireland Embarkation: Liverpool F.C. Scranton 27 August 1851

Irish Flax Growers List, 1796
ID 23571 County Londonderry Surname McFaul Given name William
ID 468 Antrim McFall William
ID 8659 Donegal McFall Daniel
ID 23483 Londonderry McFall William
ID 23646 Londonderry McFall Archibald
ID 26335 Londonderry McFall Margaret
Ireland Householder's Index, Antrim County
McFall, Daniel, Tamnyvane
McFall, James, Craignageeragh
McFall, John, Galgorm Parks
McFall, John, Leymore
McFall, Patrick, Ballylummin
McFall, William, Gloonan
McFall, William, Lisnafillon
McFall, James, Bow Lane
McFall, Mary, Bay
McFall, William, Jr., Aghalum
McFall, William, Sr., Aghalum
McFall, Denis, Glenstaghey
McFall, Frances, Larne Street
McFall, John, James Street
McFall, John, James Street
McFall, David, Kingsbog
McFall, Andrew, Townhead Street
McFall, George, Townparks
McFall, Robert, Ballywattick Lower
Canadian Immigrant Records, Part One
McFAUL Alexander (Rev) Year of Record 1877 native of Ireland
McFAUL William John b.1833 Year of record 1880 an Irishman

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Re: McF in the Ireland 1766 Religious Census

Post by grache » 23 Mar 2010, 22:18

You mention "Ireland Householder's Index, Antrim County" here. Do you know the date of this? Thanks Graeme

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Re: McF in the Ireland 1766 Religious Census

Post by irishgen » 24 Mar 2010, 18:15

Ireland Householder's Index, County Antrim
With no complete census for Ireland or Northern Ireland prior to 1901, researchers of Irish ancestors are left with the few local censuses available or the title applotment books, which can be used for most of the country. The latter of these two record sources have been combined into a printed index entitled: Index of Surnames of Householders in Griffith's Primary Valuation and the Tithe Applotment Books, commonly called the Householders Index. This database is a re-index of the original records used to produce the original Householders Index. Each record provides the name of householder and town of residence. The records in this database currently only cover County Antrim in Northern Ireland. Future updates will include other counties. It provides the names of about 10,000 persons. For researchers of Irish ancestors, this index can be an invaluable tool.

The Index of Surnames of Householders in Griffith's Primary Valuation and the Tithe Applotment Books was not used in compiling the following computerized index. Rather, a re-indexing of the original records was done. The microfilmed call numbers for these original records are given below for each parish, following the parish description. Immediately following the parish description and microfilm reference numbers, and unique to this computerized index, is the number of names given in each parish.

Changes made from the original index include: 1) computerized alphabetisation, which - through sampled comparisons, differs from either the printed, microfilmed, or other copies of the index; alphabetisation occur principally where abbreviated names are spelled out, or where titles were omitted; 2) no titles, except Mr., Mrs., Marquis, Marchioness, etc., where the surname was present and the sex was determined; 3) no miscellaneous information; 4) no abbreviated names; 5) corrected entries where obvious errors have been made: ex. Patrick Higginson instead of Pitt (Patt) Higginson; 6) omitted entries where no sex or other identifying information was apparent.

The tithe applotment books were created between the years 1823 and 1837. Their purpose was to ascertain the tithes that should be paid to the Church of Ireland by those who lived on the agricultural lands on the two countries.

The Primary Valuation, also known at Griffith's Valuation, was created between the year 1847 and 1864. This printed record for each barony or poor law union, gives the names of those who occupied the lands and/or buildings in each jurisdiction, the names of the persons from whom they were rented or leased, and the amount and value of the property held. In the following index, only the jurisdiction, and name of the rent holder are given.

The following index is organized alphabetically, by county.

The Index of Surnames of Householders in Griffith's Primary Valuation and the Tithe Applotment Books exists, in either original or copy form, at the National Archives, Dublin; the National Library of Ireland, Dublin; the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast, and in several private archives. In its original it comprises fourteen volumes. This printed index has been microfilmed by the Family History Library, Salt Lake City on the following microfilms: Antrim: 919001; Armagh: 919001; Carlow: 919001; Cavan: 919001; Clare: 919002; Cork: 919002; Derry or Londonderry: 919002; Donegal: 919003; Down: 919003; Dublin: 919003; Fermanagh: 919004; Galway: 919004; Kerry: 919004; Kildare: 919004; Kilkenny: 919004; Leitrim: 919005; Leix or Queen's: 909005; Limerick: 919005; Longford: 919005; Louth: 919005; Mayo: 919005; Meath: 919005; Monaghan: 919006; Offaly or King's: 919006; Roscommon: 919006; Sligo: 919006; Tipperary: 919006; Tyrone: 919007; Waterford: 919007; Westmeath: 919007; Wexford: 919007; and Wicklow: 919007.

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