Records & Townlands for The parish of Duneane (UPDATED)

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Records & Townlands for The parish of Duneane (UPDATED)

Post by irishgen » 08 Sep 2004, 16:28

The Parish of Duneane.
It contains these townlands

Aghacarnaghan Aghacarnaghan, part of Annaghmore Artlone
Ballycloghan Ballydonnelly Ballydugeanan Ballylenully Ballylurgan
Ballymatoskerty Ballynacooley Ballynafey Ballynamullan (pt. of) Ballynamullan (pt. of) Brecart Brockish pt. of Cargin Cargin
Carlane Carmorn Cloghogue Creeve Creggan Derrygowan Derryhollagh Drumboe Drumcullen Drumderg Drumraymond Gallagh Garriffgeery Gortgarn Gortgill Greenan Killyfast Lismacloskey Moneyglass Moneynick Moneyrod Muckrim Mullaghgaun Ranaghan Staffordstown Tamnaderry Tamnaghmore Toome Tullaghbeg

These records are to be found ONLY in Local Custody:-

Duneane Church of Ireland (Connor Diocese)

(Earliest registers destroyed in Dublin 1921)

Baptisms 1879 onwards
Marriages 1846 onwards
Burials 1878 onwards
Vestry Minutes 1896 onwards
Churchwardens accounts 1894 onwards
Register of Vesterymen 1895 onwards
Preachers Books 1893 onwards

Duneane Presbyterian Church

Baptisms 1864 onwards
Marriages 1845 onwards

These records are to be found at the PRONI Belfast:-

Duneane Roman Catholic Church (Down & Connor Diocese

Baptisms 1834 to 1861; marriages 1835 to 1861 = MIC.1D70

Source:-Guide to Church Records published 1994 by UHF for the PRONI Belfast. ISBN 0-901905-59-3

According to the Presbyterian Website at:- http://www.presbyterianireland.org/about/records.html

Duneane Antrim MIC.1P/416
Last edited by irishgen on 17 Sep 2007, 15:28, edited 3 times in total.

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Records & Townlands of the parish of Duneane

Post by Christopher » 16 Sep 2007, 06:33

Ive just looked at some posts on RootsChat re. Duneane Presbyterian Church.

One member posted a message saying that according to "A History of Congregations in the Presbyterian Church in Ireland 1610-1982" Duneane Presbyterian Church was made a joint charge with First Randalstown Presbyterian Church in 1944 - the index to Presbyterian Church records gives the microfilm number 416 but no dates.

Another member checked the list of church records in PRONI - those for DUNEANE are listed as either destroyed (the earliest) or in local custody.

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Concerning some posts on RootsChat re. Duneane Presbyterian

Post by irishgen » 17 Sep 2007, 15:16

Thanks for the feedback. I have corrected the original posting.

You mentioned "One member posted a message saying that according to "A History of Congregations in the Presbyterian Church in Ireland 1610-1982" Duneane Presbyterian Church was made a joint charge with First Randalstown Presbyterian Church in 1944"

According to my source:-Guide to Church Records published 1994 by UHF for the PRONI Belfast. ISBN 0-901905-59-3

Drummaul, Co. Antrim

Presbyterian Old Randalstown:
Baptism 1853-1944
Marriages 1845-1922
MIC.1P/364

Presbyterian 1st Randalstown:
Marriages 1845-1936
MIC.1P/99

Presbyterian 2nd Randalstown:
Baptism 1850-1986
Marriages 1845-1936
Session Minutes 1850-1895
MIC.1P/86

According to the Presbyterian Website at:- http://www.presbyterianireland.org/about/records.html

Duneane Antrim MIC.1P/416

Hope this is of help

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