1 edition of Townlands in the parish of Cushendall. found in the catalog.
Townlands in the parish of Cushendall.
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Townlands in Northern Ireland Townlands are small land divisions which are still used throughout Ireland today to help identify the precise location of a home or estate, particularly in rural areas. It will be referred to in many of the local and family history sources you find including Birth, Death and Marriage records and the same families. About Cushendall Commons. Cushendall Commons is a beautiful apartment community located off a quiet road in Rock Hill, South Carolina. This Charlotte suburb has it all — a historic downtown shopping district with wide sidewalks and a variety of boutiques and restaurants, gorgeous parks, spectacular Lake Wylie, and easy access to I, York Technical College, and the Galleria Mall.
The area of the civil parish is not co-terminus with the two Roman Catholic Parishes of Upper and Lower Creggan. The information available includes the town of Crossmaglen. The sources of the information are - Hearth Money Roll of the Fews (1) Census of Creggan (1) Tithe Applotment Books - Creggan Parish - (2). PARISH TRIP A tour for parishioners and friends has been organised to Austria, staying in Innsbruck and Salzburg. Date: September Price: £ pps. Only 30 places available. £ non-refundable deposit per person is required to secure a booking. Contact Fr. Whiteford (Tel. ) to book or for more information.
Cushendall Development Group.: Townlands in the Parish of Cushendall. Ballycastle: Cushendall Development Group, 91 pp. x 21 cm. Sixty-five townlands, with their acreage, and in most cases a photograph or drawing in b&w. Four plates in colour, map, and location map. Bibliography. Pictorial glazed card covers. The Tithe Applotment Books were compiled between and as a survey of land in each civil parish to determine the payment of tithes (a religious tax). Unlike Griffith's Valuation they do not cover cities or towns. The Tithe Applotment Books are available online, free of charge on the National Archives of Ireland website. Estate papers.
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Bordering Townlands ↓ Subtownlands ↓ Records Search ↓ OpenStreetMap↓ We don't know what Electoral Division Cushendall is in. Cushendall is in the Civil Parish of Layd. Cushendall is in the Barony of Glenarm Lower. Cushendall is in Co. Antrim. The Irish name for Cushendall.
We cannot find a URL for Cushendall Townland Website. Follow this link to register the Townland website so that it appears here. Historical notes about the Townland of Cushendall Cushendall, (Co.
Antrim) A beautiful seaside village at the northern end of Antrim coast road, Cushendall gives access to the northern part of the Glens of Antrim. “Townlands are one of the most dominant, albeit invisible features of our Ulster landscapes.
The townland is the smallest administrative division in the country and all other territorial divisions are made up of collections of townlands. They are of great antiquity and there is evidence of their existence before the 12th century. Cushendall (from Irish: Cois Abhann Dalla, meaning "foot of the River Dall"), formerly known as Newtownglens, is a coastal village and townland (of acres) in County Antrim, Northern is in the historic barony of Glenarm Lower and the civil parish of Layd, and is part of Causeway Coast and Glens district.
It is on the A2 coast road between Glenariff and Cushendun, in the Antrim Country: Northern Ireland. Administrative Divisions. Civil Parishes: The Civil Parish was the original unit of administration of the medieval church in Ireland and was used right up to the end of the nineteenth century for local and central government.
Because of this, Civil Parishes are extremely important for Irish genealogy, providing, in many cases, the only means of connecting a placename to the Roman Catholic. Townlands in the parish of Cushendall. book Parish Maps (Depicting all townlands in the four Ulster Counties of Armagh, Donegal, Londonderry, and Tyrone) by Brian Mitchell ().
ISBN# Maps for all townlands in four Ulster Counties:34 maps for County Tyrone49 maps for County Donegal32 maps for County Derry24 maps for County ArmaghFor each county there are separate outline maps of every civil parish, which show. “Townlands are one of the most dominant, albeit invisible features of our Ulster landscapes.
The townland is the smallest administrative division in the country and all other territorial divisions are made up of collections of townlands.
They are of great antiquity and there is evidence of their existence before the 12th century. This is a sortable table of the approximately 1, townlands in County Kildare, Ireland.
Duplicate names occur where there is more than one townland with the same name in the county. Names marked in bold typeface are towns and villages, and the word Town appears for those entries in the Acres column. Townland list. Layd - 96 townlands - 20, acres - Towns see Cushendall.
PARISH INTRODUCTION + Wikiwand BARONY: Lower Glenarm, + DIOCESE: Connor, + RC PARISH: Cushendall & Cushendun, + REG DISTRICT: Ballycastle & Larne; BAPTISMS MARRIAGES + NLI ; BAPTISMS MARRIAGES + NLI. The Tithe Applotment Book s and the Griffiths Primary Valuation employ administrative divisions some of which are no longer in use e.g.
the Barony and the Civil parish. The Townland. The smallest division, the ‘townland’ can vary in size from a single acre to a few thousand acres.
There are more t townlands in the country of Ireland. according to townlands, the Tithe Applotment Books used the townland as its smallest division and it was also used as a distinct unit in the Census and Valuation Book. An Act of Parliament can only change the present townland names on the Ordnance Survey Maps.
Townlands in the Civil Parish of Donaghmore Agharan Aghareany Aghintober Altaglushan. Chapel Road, Cushendall, Antrim. Mary's Church Link to the local web site Get Directions Search by Map Mass Times Email us: [email protected]; Mon 27 Jul:.
Index of Townlands, Townland Search. Search Hints and Tips: Civil Parish Search: District Electoral Division Search: Search for a Townland or list Townlands You need to enter at least three (3) characters of the townland name you are searching for Get List (leave above blank).
In Harrison was responsible for the transfer of 16 townlands from Culfeightrin Church of Ireland parish and a number from Layde parish to form the ‘Perpetual Cure of Cushendun’. The following year, work began on the construction of the small gabled hall-and-tower church on land that had been part of the Glenmona grounds.
Get directions, maps, and traffic for Cushendall. Check flight prices and hotel availability for your visit. "The Digger" also writes articles for and thanks Jim Collins for agreeing to host future articles. Read the latest stories. Understanding townlands The townland is the smallest administrative territorial unit in Ireland, varying in size from a single acre to over 7, acres.
Originating in the older Gaelic dispensation, townlands were used as the basis for British administration in Ireland and of leases in the estate system, and subsequently to assess valuations.
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Visit top-rated & must-see attractions. Antrim Roman Catholic Parish Records Note: Place names with variations and time frame Antrim Poor Law Union /Civil Registration District Townlands Baptism Records, Aghagallon, Co. Antrim, Ulster Ireland and Co. Tyrone Genealogy.
Research sources such as church of Ireland records, birth, death marriage records, tith and trade directories, newspaper articles and obituary and death records.
Names of tenants and townlands on Skinners’ Company estate, County Londonderry, Estate Records 2, ‘Northern Standard’ Birth, Marriage, Death notices – Newspapers 5, ‘Armagh Guardian’ Births, Marriages & Deaths, Newspap Records and Townlands of present day parish of Portglenone For anybody that is willing to share information on what records can be obtained from offical sources as PRONI FHC, LDS,etc or other sources as newspapers, or local knowledge, local books etc.Cushendall is a holiday centre with a small and shingly beach.
The village, which can be a traffic bottleneck, sits at the foot of Glenballyeamon, overlooked by the prominent flat-topped hill of Lurigethan.
Select points of interest to plot on map by type. Layd Old Church Cushendall Church. Curfew Tower Cushendall Historic Building. see all.