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Information on the CD - Irish Parish Records: Antrim,ETC..

Post by irishgen » 13 Sep 2004, 18:43

CD ROM - Irish Parish Records: Antrim, Louth, Down
From Ancestry, Utah

Fully searchable and completely self contained! That means that everything that you need to use and locate records contained in this resource, is included on the CD.

Included on this CD ROM:

* England, Scotland, Ireland: Musgrave's Obituaries Prior to 1800, parts 1 & 2 (Compiled By Sir William Musgrave, 6th Bart., of Hayton Castle, Co. Cumberland, and Entitled by him A General Nomenclator and Obituary, with Referrence to the Books Where the Persons are Mentioned, and Where some Account of their Character is to be Found.)
* England, Scotland, Ireland: Musgrave's Obituaries Prior to 1800, parts 3 & 4 (Compiled By Sir William Musgrave, 6th Bart., of Hayton Castle, Co. Cumberland, and Entitled by him A General Nomenclator and Obituary, with Referrence to the Books Where the Persons are Mentioned, and Where some Account of their Character is to be Found.)
* England, Scotland, Ireland: Musgrave's Obituaries Prior to 1800, parts 5 & 6 (Compiled By Sir William Musgrave, 6th Bart., of Hayton Castle, Co. Cumberland, and Entitled by him A General Nomenclator and Obituary, with Referrence to the Books Where the Persons are Mentioned, and Where some Account of their Character is to be Found.)
* The Harleian Society. Obituary Prior to 1800 (as Far as Relates to England, Scotland, and Ireland), Compiled By Sir William Musgrave, 6th Bart., of Hayton Castle, Co. Cumberland, and Entitled by him "A General Nomenclator and Obituary, with Referrence to the Books Where the Persons are Mentioned, and Where Some Account of Their Character is to be Found." Volume 49.
* Louth: Fochart - Tombstone Inscriptions
* Down: - Gravestone Inscriptions
* Down: Upper & Lower Castlereagh - Gravestone Inscriptions, Baronies of Upper and Lower Castlereagh a
* Down: Upper & Lower Castlereagh - Gravestone Inscriptions, Baronies of Upper and Lower Castlereagh b
* Down: Upper & Lower Castlereagh - Gravestone Inscriptions, Baronies of Upper and Lower Castlereagh c
* Down: Upper & Lower Castlereagh - Gravestone Inscriptions, Baronies of Upper and Lower Castlereagh d
* Down: Duferin - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Dufferin
* Down: Duferin & Lecale - Gravestone Inscriptions, Baronies of
* Dufferin and Lecale
* Down: Lecale - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Lecale
* Down: Lecale & Kinelarty - Gravestone Inscriptions, Baronies of Lecale and Kinelarty
* Down: Mourne - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Mourne
* Down: Ards - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Ards b
* Down: Ards - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Ards c
* Down: Ards - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Ards d
* Down: Ards - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Ards e
* Down: Ards - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Ards f
* Down: Ards - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Ards g
* Antrim: Islandmagee - Gravestone Inscriptions, 1763-1956
* Antrim: Belfast - Gravestone Inscriptions, Shankhill Graveyard and tablets in Christ Church and St. George's Church, 1830-1930
* Down: Ards - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Ards a
* Down: Annahilt, Eglantine, Hillsborough, Moira - Gravestone Inscriptions
* Antrim: Glynn, Raloo, & Templecorran - Gravestone Inscriptions, 1828-1953
* Antrim: Carrickfergus & Ballynure - Gravestone Inscriptions, Wills & Biographical Notes, Old families of Carrickfergus & Ballynure
* Antrim: Belfast - Gravestone Inscriptions, Balmoral Cemetery Friends' Burial Ground and Malone Presbyterian Church, 1833-1948
* Antrim: Belfast - Gravestone Inscriptions and Wills and Biographical Notes, Old Belfast Families and the New Burying Ground, 1793-1967

Features:

* Down: Donaghcloney, Dromara, Dromore, Garvaghy, & Magheralin - Gravestone Inscriptions.
* Parish records--primarily births, baptisms, marriages, and burials--provide the best source of vital record information in the centuries before civil registration. This collection includes parish records and similar sources in the United Kingdom approximately 1538 to 1837. The records include baptisms, burials, marriages, tombstone inscriptions, obituaries, wills, and other miscellaneous types of records.
* What should I know about this product to access the data? Some of the records may be in Latin or even a Welsh or Scottish dialect depending on location. The spelling is archaic, and is transcribed as it was written. There are many spelling inconsistencies and non-standard grammar.
* This database may not include all dates and records for each parish/church. Use caution in assuming that any database is a complete set of records-even for the counties and time period listed.
* Due to the legibility of the original sources, there may be gaps in the records, including partial sentences, cut-off words, and other omissions.
* Because of the nature of the records, and the fact that the records were originally compiled by a third party, it is difficult to absolutely verify the completeness and validity of the data. The information you find in this product is as correct as it was when Ancestry.com received it, and has merely been reproduced in an electronic format.
* What historical background should I know to use this data? In the late 16th century, through a series or mandates, clergy were required to compile bound volumes of parish records such as baptisms, births, marriages, and burials. Many of these parish registries have since been transcribed and collected by genealogical societies. These records can be valuable sources for finding vital information of people of the time.
* Civil registration of births, deaths, and marriage, often called General Registration, began in July of 1855, providing a national vital records index superseding church records.
* Once an ancestor is found, search surrounding locations for family members that often lived near each other in this time period.
* How do I find copies of the originals? These records are a finding aid that helps you locate an ancestor in time and place in history. With a location and an approximate date, the microfilm number of pertinent corroborating records can often be found on the LDS Church's FamilySearch site (http://www.familysearch.org) in the Family History Library Catalog.

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