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Ballinascreen (Dungiven, Draperstown) Marriage Records, Co. Derry (Londonderry), 1825-26

Ballinascreen (Dungiven, Draperstown), Derry (Londonderry)

 Ballinascreen (Dungiven, Draperstown) Marriage Index 1825-26

DONT publish till I check index!!!!


This is an index of the names of the people who were married in the Roman Catholic parish of Ballinascreen (Dungiven, Draperstown), Derry (Londonderry) during the years 1825-26.  The following table of marriages is transcribed from  Microfilm No. 5764 held online by the National Library of Ireland accessible through their Roman Catholic Parish Register Search page.   All names and surnames given here are as I read them.

My list is sorted by the surname of the groom.  Question marks indicate letters or words I had a problem reading.  The letters ‘sic’ indicate that is how I read the letters I have typed.
[ ] indicates that the letters within the brackets are my best guess at what the letters might be.

Townlands are not given in this section of the records.

Draperstown was covered in this parish up to 1834

Nicknames, Shortened names used in Irish records

Page 86 Marriage Records Ballyscullion Roman Catholic Parish : Transcription begins on this page of microfilm  CHANGE the url & parish name

 

NameSurnameBride NameBride SurnameDateYear
Jas[C]artanMaryDonahy08-Jul1826
RogerB[r]ollyMadgeMcClosky21-May1826
JnoB….SusannaKelly?31 June1826
MichlDe[e]hanAnnKane01-Feb1826
JoshuaDohertyMargtMcClosky02-Feb1826
MichlDohertyMargtMcClosky02-Feb1826
WmHa[vr]on[M]adgeMcCo[rkey]05-Feb1826
JnoHeanyBiddyHeany16-Jul1826
JnoKaneMaryHagan08-Jun1826
JnoKealyAnnWatt29-Nov1825
ChasKellyElizaDoherty03-Aug1826
WmLynnAnnO'Kane07-Feb1826
JasMagilliganCathnMcNickl11-Dec1825
PatkMaginn[y]sAnnHa[s]son15-Dec1826
JohnMcAteerMargaretO'Heney28-Mar1826
BerdMcAteerEstherHeany11-Jun1826
Al…McCallionMaryMcClosky01-Dec1826
ChasMcClos[k]yBridtgMcClosky11-Dec1825
BernardMcCloskyMaryO'Kane07-Feb1826
BerdMcCloskyMaryKane29-May1826
PatkMcCloskyCathMcGuigan04-Jun1826
RichdMcCloskyAnnLoagin22-Jun1826
JasMcClost[e]yAnnDevlin09-Aug1826
EdwdMcFeelySusannaMcClosky08-Dec1826
JasMcLaughlinCathnDalyNov1825
[J]…[s]hMcLaughlinJaneMcClosky08-Dec1826
PatkMcReynoldsCathnMcClosky05-Apr1826
ArchibaldMooneyJaneDoorish05-Feb1826
GergeNichollanGra[??ce]McClosky11-Dec1825
ThomasO'[H]eneyMaryGlasan05-Feb1826
PatkO'KaneAnnO'Kane06-Dec1826
FrasO'KaneMaryCrilly09-Apr1826
EdwdPhillipsAnnKane06-Apr1826

A Day in Cork City

Time in CorkCity ; The thing about living in Ireland is we tend to ignore so much that is very very important to so many others – – or so much which should be important to us.  We take it for granted.


Last Wed my friend Aiden was on his way from Dublin down to Cork, every time he travels through Portlaoise he writes me a message, so on Monday I said that’s that, I’m off to Cork on the train with you.

Cork – the most beautiful city in Ireland.  I studied in University College Cork (UCC), did a B.Sc., there, then went to live in Jordan(middle East) and registered with UCC for an M.Sc., which then changed to a Ph.D., – got that in 1991.

Cork last Wed, we landed at about 11.45am…..Aiden went off to work and I strolled around the city centre.  I describe Cork city centre as being like a big shopping centre.  If you take Dundrum town centre it can’t have much of a bigger square footage area.

Got off the train and we strolled up to Patrick St.  I said goodbye to Aiden around about the Grand Parade and then I walked off the shop 53 Degrees North where I buy a pair of Scarpa boots.  Been doing this for a few years now ever since Martin (friend of mine who would walk to save Ireland as we say) told me that these were the best.  Bought myself a new pair of boots….back out onto the streets, took photos here and there as I mosied along.

Then the ‘English Market’ – that’s where I wanted to go.  Like I say we take everything that is familiar to us for granted.  The English Market – that’s a once off, there is no where else like this in all of Ireland.  In the past when in there I have photographed everything I saw and then forgot to say anything about it.  Wednesday, I photographed spices and herbs.  I photographed Tripe and Drisheen.  I sent a photo of tripe in to my Irish Genealogy Facebook page and that photo ‘reached’ over 11,000 people.  I’ve never had any post reach that many people before.  The Drisheen only reached 5 or 6000 people.

Here are copies of the few photos I took on Wed from the English market and around Cork city centre.  Will be back down next week and will be sure to take more so long as it is not raining

Roscommon Civil & Roman Catholic Parishes

Roscommon Civil and Roman Catholic parishes

The “Civil Parish” and the “Roman Catholic parish” are generally speaking composed of different townlands even when they have the same name – and this can cause great confusion to people researching their ancestry.


We have created a table giving the names of all the civil parishes of Co. Roscommon and alongside this list we have a list of the names of the Roman Catholic parishes of Co. Roscommon.

Roscommon has or had 59 civil parishes and 33 Roman Catholic parishes. Three or four of the Catholic parishes are mainly located in one of three other counties.  The Catholic parishes may have been known by different names so each different name has been listed with each parish

 

Roscommon Civil ParishesRoscommon RC Parishes
ArdcarnAghanagh (Ballinafad, Caltra)
AthleagueArdcarne & Tumna (Cootehall, Tuamna)
AughrimAthleague & Fuerty
BallintoberBallintobber & Ballymoe (Ballinakill, Kilcrone)
BallynakillBoyle & Kilbryan
BaslickCastlemore & Kilcolman (Ballaghderreen)
BoyleClontuskert (Kilrooskey, Kilgefin, Curraghroe)
BumlinCreagh (Ballinasloe, Kilcloony) St. Michael's
CamDysart & Tisara (Ballyforan)
CastlemoreElphin & Creeve
ClooncraffGeevagh
CloonfinloughKilbegnet & Glinsk
CloontuskertKilbride (Fourmilehouse)
CloonygormicanKilcorkey & Frenchpark (Belenagare)
CreaghKilglass (Rooskey)
CreeveKilkeevan (Castlerea)
DrumKillucan & Killumod (Croghan)
DrumatempleKilmore & Aughrim (Kilmore & Clonaff)
DunamonKilnamanagh (Estersnow & Ballinameen)
DysartKilronan (Arigna, Keadue, Ballyfarnon)
ElphinKiltoom (Ballybay, Cam)
EsternowKiltullagh (Kiltulla)
FuertyLoughglynn (Lisacul, Erritt, Laughlin)
KilbrideMoore
KilbryanOgulla & Baslick (Kilmurry, Tullsk)
KilcolaghOran (Cloverhill)
KilcolmanRoscommon & Kilteevan
KilcooleySt. John's (Knockcroghery, Killinvoy, Rahara))
KilcorkeySt. Peter's & Drum (Athlone)
KilgefinStrokestown (Lisanuffy, Lisonuffy, Kiltrustan)
KilglassTaghmaconnell (Taughmaconnell)
KilkeevinTarmonbarry (Lisonuffy & Bumlin, Scramogue)
KillinvoyTibohine (Fairymount)
Killukin
Killummod
Kilmacumsy
Kilmeane
Kilmore
Kilnamanagh
Kilronan
Kilteevan
Kiltoom
Kiltrustan
Kiltullagh
Lissonuffy
Moore
Ogulla
Oran
Rahara
Roscommon
St. John's
St. Peter's
Shankill
Taghboy
Taghmaconnell
Termonbarry
Tibohine
Tisrara
Tumna

 

Roscommon Roman Catholic Parish Records

Roman Catholic Parish Records

List of Roman Catholic Parish Records available for Roscommon

This is a list of as many names and variations of names for each of the Roscommon Roman Catholic Parishes  with a list of ‘approximate’ dates that records are available for.  Sometimes there is a year, or a few years difference between the period of baptisms being recorded and the period of marriages.  The word approximate has been used because there may be gaps between the years given in this group but you will see the differences if you go to the National Library of Ireland web site and ‘read’ through the records yourself.


These Catholic parish registers can be viewed online at the National Library of Ireland web site and this is the link to the search page which will bring you to the records.  Please note whenever I search for a particular parish and then wish to be brought to those parish records I am told “The information you have entered on this page will be sent over an insecure connection and could be read by a third party.”   This happens all the time and I just proceed to research the parish I am interested in. 

Three or four of the parishes listed in this table are actually parishes which belong to Counties Galway, Mayo and Sligo but which spread over the border into Co. Roscommon.

National Library of Ireland(NLI) Roman Catholic parish record search page

Roscommon RC ParishesTimeframe
Aghanagh (Ballinafad, Caltra)Baps 1803-81; Marrs 1800-81; Deaths 1800-74
Ardcarne & Tumna (Cootehall, Tuamna)Baps 1843-81; Marrs 1843-81
Athleague & FuertyBaps 1808-81; Marrs 1808-78; Deaths 1807-37
Ballintobber & Ballymoe (Ballinakill, Kilcrone)Baps 1831-80; Marrs 1840-80
Boyle & KilbryanBaps 1793-1879; Marrs 1792-81; Deaths 1837-64
Castlemore & Kilcolman (Ballaghderreen)Baps 1851-80; Marrs 1830-81
Clontuskert (Kilrooskey, Kilgefin, Curraghroe)Baps 1865-1881; Marrs 1865-88
Creagh (Ballinasloe, Kilcloony) St. Michael'sBaps 1820-81; Marrs 1820-41, Deaths 1820-41
Dysart & Tisara (Ballyforan)Baps 1850-871; Marrs 1862-81; Deaths 1862-67
Elphin & CreeveBaps 1807-81; Marrs 1807-81
GeevaghBaps 1873-80; Marrs 1851-81
Kilbegnet & GlinskBaps & Marrs 1836-81; Deaths 1836-39
Kilbride (Fourmilehouse)Baps 1835-1881
Kilcorkey & Frenchpark (Belenagare)Baps 1865-1881
Kilglass (Rooskey)Baps 1865-1900
Kilkeevan (Castlerea)Baps 1804-1881; Marrs 1804-64; Deaths 1816-55
Killucan & Killumod (Croghan)Baps 1811-1881; Marrs 1825-82; Deaths 1820-26
Kilmore & Aughrim (Kilmore & Clonaff)Baps & Marrs 1816-81
Kilnamanagh (Estersnow & Ballinameen)Baps 1859-1881; Marrs 1860-81
Kilronan (Arigna, Keadue, Ballyfarnon)Baps 1824-76; Marrs 1823-72 ; Deathsd 1835-72
Kiltoom (Ballybay, Cam)Baps 1835-64 ; Marrs 1835-81, Deaths 1837-65
Kiltullagh (Kiltulla)Baps & Marrs 1839-81
Loughglynn (Lisacul, Erritt, Laughlin)Baps 1817-81 ; Marrs 1817-67, Deaths 1850-80
MooreBaps 1876-80 ; Marrs 1877-81
Ogulla & Baslick (Kilmurry, Tullsk)Baps 1865-81 ; Marrs 1864-81
Oran (Cloverhill)Not microfilmed
Roscommon & KilteevanBaps 1837-81 ; Marrs 1820-64
St. John's (Knockcroghery, Killinvoy, Rahara))Baps 1841-81 ; Marrs 1841-81, Deaths 1854-81
St. Peter's & Drum (Athlone)Baps 1789-1881 ; Marrs 1789-1880, Deaths 1789-80
Strokestown (Lisanuffy, Lisonuffy, Kiltrustan)Baps 1830-81 ; Marrs 1830-81
Taghmaconnell (Taughmaconnell)Baps 1842-81; Marrs 1863-82
Tarmonbarry (Lisonuffy & Bumlin, Scramogue)Baps 1865-80 ; Marrs 1865-81
Tibohine (Fairymount)Baps & Marrs 1833-80

 

Belfast City, Roman Catholic Parish Records

Roman Catholic Parish Records

List of Roman Catholic Parish Records available for Belfast City

This is a list of as many names and variations of names for each of the Roman Catholic Parishes of Belfast City with a list of ‘approximate’ dates that Roman Catholic Parish records are available for.  Sometimes there is a year, or a few years difference between the period of baptisms being recorded and the period of marriages.  The word approximate has been used because there may be gaps between the years given in this group but you will see the differences if you go to the National Library of Ireland web site and ‘read’ through the records yourself.


These Catholic parish registers can be viewed online at the National Library of Ireland web site and this is the link to the search page which will bring you to the records

National Library of Ireland(NLI) Roman Catholic parish record search page

Belfast RC parish nameTimeframe
BallymacarrettBaps, Marrs 1841-80
Holy CrossBaps, Marrs 1868-80
Holy FamilyBaps 1869-1900 ; Marrs 1895-1900
Holy RosaryBaps 1849-1900, Marrs 1890-1900
Sacred HeartBaps, Marrs 1872-82
St. Bridgid'sBaps 1886-90 ; Marrs 1891-1900
St. Joseph'sBaps 1872-80, Marrs 1872-80
St. Malachy'sBaps 1858-1900, Marrs 1858-1900
St. Mathew'sBaps 1841-1900, Marrs 1841-1900
St. Patrick'sBaps 1798-1880 ; Marrs 1798-1867
St.Paul'sNLI No records for this parish
St. Peter'sNLI No records for this parish
St. Vincent de PaulNLI No records for this parish
Union WorkhouseNLI No records for this parish
St. Mary'sBaps & Marrs 1867-81

Armagh Roman Catholic Parish Records

Roman Catholic Parish Records

List of Roman Catholic Parish Records available for Armagh

This is a list of as many names and variations of names for each of the Roman Catholic Parishes of Co. Armagh with a list of ‘approximate’ dates that records are available for.  Sometimes there is a year, or a few years difference between the period of baptisms being recorded and the period of marriages.  The word approximate has been used because there may be gaps between the years given in this group but you will see the differences if you go to the National Library of Ireland web site and ‘read’ through the records yourself.


These Catholic parish registers can be viewed online at the National Library of Ireland web site and this is the link to the search page which will bring you to the records

National Library of Ireland(NLI) Roman Catholic parish record search page

Armagh RC ParishTimeframe
ArmaghBaps 1796-1881; Mars 1802-81
Ballymacnab, Ballymacnabb (Kilcluny, Kilcluney) Baps 1844-81 ; Mars 1844-80
Ballymore & Mullaghbrack (Tandragee)Baps 1843-1880; Mars 1843-80
NewryBaps 1814-81; Mars 1814-80
Creggan Lr (Cullyhanna, Crosmaglen, Newtownhamilton)Baps 1845-80 ; Marrs 1845-81
Creggan Uppr (Crosmaglen, Crossmaglen)Baps 1796-1881 ; Marrs 1796-1881
Derrynoose (Keady)Baps 1835-81 ; Marrs 1846-81 ; Deaths 1846-51
Drumcree (Portadown)Baps & Marrs 1844-81 (gaps)
Dungannon (Tullyniskin, Drumglass, Killyman)Baps 1821-81 ; Marrs 1821-1882 ; Burials 1821-81
EgishBaps 1862-81 ; Marrs 1862-84
FaughartBaps 1851-1881 ; Marrs 1851-1882
Forkhill (Mullaghbawn)Baps 1845-79 ; Marrs 1844-78
Killeavy Uppr (Cloghogue, Cloghue)Baps 1832-80 ; Marrs 1832-82
Killeavy Lwr (Beesbrook, BessbrookBaps 1835-81 ; Marrs 1835-78 (gaps) ; Burials 1858-62
Kilmore (Mulavilly, Mullavilly, Richill)Baps & Marrs 1845-81
Loughgall & TartaraghanBaps 1835-81 ; Marrs 1833-80
Loughgilly (Whitecross)Baps 1825-81 ; Marrs 1825-81
Tynan (Middletown)Baps 1836-81 ; Marrs 1836-82 ; Deaths 1836-81
Magheralinn (Kilwarlin, Moira)Baps 1815-81 ; Marrs 1815-83 ; Funerals 1815-1881 (gaps)
NewryBaps 1818-84 ; Marrs 1820-1917 ; Funerals etc 1818-62
Seagoe (Derrymacash)Baps 1822-83 ; Marrs 1822-77
Shankill (Lurgan)Baps 1822-81 ; Marrs 1866-81
DrominteeBaps 1835-79 Marrs 1853-77

 

Armagh Civil Parishes

County Armagh

Civil Parish list

Civil Parish Armagh – I wonder, how many know the names of each civil parish in Co. Armagh?  Here is a list of names.  Please remember some of these spellings are not exactly as they are now.


‘Search Page’  the IrlAtlas Townland Search form.

The web page to which you are being directed above is hosted by the Leitrim Roscommon Genealogy web site.  The book from which the list of placenames was created was based on the townlands listed in the Irish 1851 census and a man who we all knew as John Broderick a.k.a. Sean Ruad (R.I.P.) was responsible for having the whole book typed up by helpful individuals over a number of years.  This book the ‘General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes & Baronies of Ireland’, which was printed by Alexander Thom & Co. of Dublin, gives you the size of a townland, the barony that the townland was in, the name of the civil parish, and the name of the Poor Law Union.  If you see a civil parish name here and you are interested in the townlands in that civil parish, then please go to the search page, put in the name of the civil parish and the county and you will be given a list of the names of townlands in that parish in 1851.  Please note, townland spellings may have changed, some of the townlands may have disappeared.

The ‘civil’ parish and the Roman Catholic parish are NOT the same group of townlands They are separate entities in relation to genealogical research.  Catholics can or could live in one civil parish and be members of a relgious parish with a different name.  Please consult the list of Roman Catholic parishes of Co. Armagh if you have Catholic ancestry.

A second web site that you could visit it the Ordnance Survey of Ireland which according to users has “quite advanced mapping tools and the link redirects to an historical layering, as over time, boundaries for the various borders for administrative divisions have changed. The site is especially useful when cross referencing with historical documents.”

Historical Mapping Ordnance Survey of Ireland

Armagh Civil Parish
Armagh
Ballymore
Ballymyre
Clonfeakle
Creggan
Derrynoose
Drumcree
Eglish
Forkhill
Grange
Jonesborough
Keady
Kilclooney
Kildarton
Killevy
Killyman
Kilmore
Lisnadill
Loughgall
Loughgilly
Magheralin
Montiaghs
Mullaghbrack
Newry
Newtownhamilton
Seagoe
Shankill
Tartaraghan
Tynan

Antrim Roman Catholic Parish Records

Roman Catholic Parish Records

List of Roman Catholic Parish Records available for Antrim

We have put together as many names and variations of names for each of the Roman Catholic Parishes of Co. Antrim with a list of ‘approximate’ dates that records are available for.  Sometimes there is a year, or a few years difference between the period of baptisms being recorded and the period of marriages.  This is just a basic list and it will help any of you who want to go to the National Library of Ireland web site and ‘read’ through the records yourself.


These Catholic parish registers can be viewed online at the National Library of Ireland web site and this is the link to the search page which will bring you to the records

National Library of Ireland(NLI) Roman Catholic parish record search page

Belfast City Roman Catholic Parish Registers

Antrim Roman Catholic Parish Timeframe
Aghagallon & BallinderryBaps, Marrs, Funerals. 1828-80
Ahoghill (Ahogill)Baps, Marrs, Deaths. 1833-81
Antrim ((Drumaul)Baps 1874-80
ArmoyBaps 1848-81, Marrs 1848-82
BallintoyBaps, Marrs 1872-82
Ballyclare (Larne, Ballyclare, Greencastle, Ligoneil)Baps 1869-81 ; Marrs 1870-81
Ballymoney (Derrykeighan)Baps, Marrs 1853-80
Belfast Citysee Greencastle
Blaris (Drumbo, Lisburn)NLI No records for this parish
Braid & GlenravelBaps & Marrs 1878-81
Carnlough & GlenarmBaps 1869-80 ; Marrs 1869-82
Carrickfergus (Larne, Ballygowan)Baps 1821-72 ; Marrs 1821-72
Culfeightrin (Ennispollan, Cushendun)Baps 1825-81, Marrs 1834--80 (gaps)
Cushendall (Layde, Ballygowan, Ardclinnis)Baps 1838-81; Marrs 1837-80
Cushendun (Craiga, Cushleak, Ennispollan)Baps 1862-81 ; Marrs 1862-84
DuneanBaps 1834-61, Marrs 1835-61
Dunloy (Cloughmills)Baps 1860-81 ; Marrs 1877-81 ; Deaths 1877-81
GlenariffeBaps 1868+ available at Roots Ireland
Glenarm (Tickmacreevan, Tickmacreeven)Baps 1825-81, Marrs 1825-80 ; Deaths 1831-38
Glenavy & KilleadBaps 1849-80 Marrs. 1848-80
Greencastle, (Whitehouse, Belfast City, LigoneilBaps & Marrs 1854-81
Hannastown, Derriaghy, & RockBaps 1877-1880 Marrs 1877-81
Kirkinriola (Ballymena, Ballymeana, Ahoghill)Baps 1848-81, Marrs 1840-82
LarneBaps 1821-72 ; Marrs 1821-72
Loughguile (Loughuile)Baps 1845-81 ; Marrs 1845-69
PortglenoneBaps 1864-81, Marrs 1864-82
Portrush & BushmillsBaps 1844-81, Mars 1848-89
Ramoan (Ballycastle)Baps 1838--81; Marrs 1838-83
Randalstown (Drumall)Baps, Marrs, Deaths 1825-73
RasharkinBaps, Marrs 1848-82
Rathlin IslandBaps & Marrs available at PRONI
St. Mac Nissi : LarneNLI No records for this parish

 

Armagh : Poor Law Union Townlands

Civil Registration Districts (Poor Law Unions)

Armagh Poor Law Unions = Civil Registration Districts (after civil registration was introduced)

  1. Armagh
  2. Banbridge
  3. Castleblayney
  4. Dundalk
  5. Lurgan
  6. Newry

Townlands in each Poor Law Union (Civil Registration District) as per townlands listed in 1851 census of Ireland.  The web page to which you are being directed below is hosted by the Leitrim Roscommon Genealogy web site.  The book from which the list of placenames was created was based on the townlands listed in the Irish 1851 census and a man who we all knew as John Broderick a.k.a. Sean Ruad (R.I.P.) was responsible for having the whole book typed up by helpful individuals over a number of years.  This book the ‘General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes & Baronies of Ireland’, which was printed by Alexander Thom & Co. of Dublin, gives you the size of a townland, the barony that the townland was in, the name of the civil parish, and the name of the Poor Law Union.  The names of some of these townlands have changed or may be known under a different spelling locally.  Some errors were noted in the Co. Laois placenames and this may have occurred with other placenames as the book was typed up.


Poor Law Unions (Civil Registration Districts) spread through more than one county at times e.g. in this list we have Dundalk and the town of Dundalk is actually in Co. Louth.  Anyone born, married or died in one of the townlands of the Dundalk Poor Law Union/Civil Registration District will be registered under Dundalk Poor Law Union or Civil Registration District and not as part of Co. Armagh.

Armagh Poor Law Union

Banbridge Poor Law Union

Castleblayney Poor Law Union

Dundalk Poor Law Union

Lurgan Poor Law Union

Newry Poor Law Union

Antrim Civil Parishes

County Antrim

Civil Parish list

 


Civil Parish Antrim – I wonder, how many know the names of each civil parish in Co. Antrim?  Here is a list of names.  Please remember some of these spellings are not exactly as they are now.

‘Search Page’  the IrlAtlas Townland Search form.

The web page to which you are being directed above is hosted by the Leitrim Roscommon Genealogy web site.  The book from which the list of placenames was created was based on the townlands listed in the Irish 1851 census and a man who we all knew as John Broderick a.k.a. Sean Ruad (R.I.P.) was responsible for having the whole book typed up by helpful individuals over a number of years.  This book the ‘General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes & Baronies of Ireland’, which was printed by Alexander Thom & Co. of Dublin, gives you the size of a townland, the barony that the townland was in, the name of the civil parish, and the name of the Poor Law Union.  If you see a civil parish name here and you are interested in the townlands in that civil parish, then please go to the search page, put in the name of the civil parish and the county and you will be given a list of the names of townlands in that parish in 1851.  Please note, townland spellings may have changed, some of the townlands may have disappeared.

The ‘civil’ parish and the Roman Catholic parish are NOT the same group of townlands They are separate entities in relation to genealogical research.  Catholics can or could live in one civil parish and be members of a relgious parish with a different name.  Please consult the list of Roman Catholic parishes of Co. Antrim or the separate list for Belfast city if you have Catholic ancestry.

A second web site that you could visit it the Ordnance Survey of Ireland which according to users has “quite advanced mapping tools and the link redirects to an historical layering, as over time, boundaries for the various borders for administrative divisions have changed. The site is especially useful when cross referencing with historical documents.”

Historical Mapping Ordnance Survey of Ireland

Civil Parish
Aghagallon
Aghalee
Ahoghill
Antrim
Ardclinis
Armoy
Ballinderry
Ballintoy
Ballyclug
Ballycor
Ballylinny
Ballymartin
Ballymoney
Ballynure
Ballyrashane
Ballyscullion
Ballywillin
Belfast
Billy
Blaris
Camlin
Carncastle
Carnmoney
Carrigfergus
Connor
Craigs
Cranfield
Culfeightrin
Derryaghy
Derrykeighan
Donegore
Drumbeg
Drummaul
Dunaghy
Duneane
Dunluce
Finvoy
Glenavy
Glenwhirry
Glynn
Grange of Ballyscullion
Grange of Doagh
Grance of Drumtullagh
Grange of Dundermot
Grange of Inispollen
Grange of Killyglen
Grange of Layd
Grange of Muckamore
Grange of Nilteen
Grange of Shilvodan
Inver
Island Magee
Kilbride
Killagan
Killead
Kilraghts
Kilroot
Kilwaughter
Kirkinriola
Lambeg
Larne
Layde
Loughguile
Magheragall
Magheramesk
Newtown Crommlin
Portglenone
Racavan
Raloo
Ramoan
Rasharkin
Rashee
Rathlin
Shankill
Skerry
Templecorran
Templepatrick
Tickmacrevan
Tullyrusk