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Robert Park"s account of schools in Ballymoney parish, 1824

David Kennedy

Robert Park"s account of schools in Ballymoney parish, 1824

by David Kennedy

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Published by Hodges, Figgis & Co.] in [Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Park, Robert, -- 1793-1876.,
  • Education -- Northern Ireland -- Ballymoney -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSelect documents
    Statementby David Kennedy.
    SeriesCanon Rogers pamphlets
    ContributionsRogers, Patrick. former owner.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 23-43 ;
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18829500M

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    In one of these schools was built in Ballymoney by the trustees of the Erasmus Smith funds. The old building is now at the back of the Church Street shops and part of the front facade can be seen if one walks to the far corner of the car park in Linenhall Street. Ballymoney (from Irish: Baile Monaidh, meaning "townland of the moor" [ˈbˠaːlˠaːˈmˠɔnˠɪ]) is a small town and civil parish in County Antrim, Northern is currently served by the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough civil parish of Ballymoney is situated in the historic baronies of Dunluce Upper and Kilconway in County Antrim, and the barony of North .


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Robert Park"s account of schools in Ballymoney parish, 1824 by David Kennedy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Schools in the parish of Ballymoney in conformity with the wishes of a commission appointed by parliament 1 to enquire into the state of education in Ireland'. This account is the work of the Rev. Robert Park, a presbyterian minister in Ballymoney,and is, apparently, in his handwriting.

It was presented to the Public Record Office of Northern. Robert Park’s Account of schools in Ballymoney parish, - Volume 6 Issue 21 - David KennedyAuthor: David Kennedy.

In Robert Park wrote an account of the schools in the parish of the first page is available free online, but it indicates that he was born in 39 of "A Short History of the Presbyterian Churches of Ballymoney County Antrim' quotes the wording of his memorial tablet in the First Presbyterian Church at.

Report on schools in Ballymoney Copy of information relating to schools FC1, D1 Ballymoney Tech D1 Ireland in the 19th century Copy of text/book A Atkinson FC1, D1 This side of the Gully Copies of various articles, texts, memories - Wallace & Roman Catholic Parish of Ballymoney Copy of statement of accounts/facts of local.

County Antrim Parish: Ballymoney Townland: Garryduff Date Census Returns Taken: 11 April 1. JAMES STUART, 32 (Head) [Married ] - FARMER (Antrim) (R/W).

List of parishes and townlands in Ballymoney Borough. Link to the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) townlands and parishes section here.

A useful map of the local parishes may be found on the Ulster Historical Foundation website at Name of the School: information: Admiral Leslie Donaghadee parish: records in PRONI film # Ref # Aghaderg School: see under Loughbrickland Glebe School: Annacloy.

Inch parish. erected in at Annacloy Road North ; expenses paid by local subscription and assisted by the Kildare Street Society for £; the late Lord de Clifford gave half an acre of. We cannot mask the fact that this is a sad and challenging time for us all.

Yet, it has been such an encouragement to see how so many are reaching out through social media and gestures of genuine kindness towards our community. Let this continue to be at the heart of who we are in the United Parish.

Just rec’d your book Ballymoney Old Church Graveyard. It was very satisfying seeing the pictures of my Love Ancestors headstones. Where would I find burial records for Loves that resided in Craigatempim prior to.

Thank you Marion Love 5th ggdaughter of Robert Love, Taghey, Ballymoney. Statement of accounts, and a few facts of local interest presented to the Catholics of Ballymoney and Derrykeighan by Rev.

M'Erlain P.P. Printed You may be able to find more information on registers for this parish at. Map of Ballymoney town listing the residents; Protestant Housekeepers; A list of families in the Parish of Ballymoney; Petition for Law & Order; Extracts from the Vestry Minute Book; Electoral Lists for Co.

Antrim; Applotments Ballymoney; Flax Growers Bounty List Ballymoney; Call to Reverend Benjamin. hi dorothy i am from ballymoney i have been living in dublin for over 40 years i am intersted in the and my dad was william died 18 august he is from armoy he was married to barbara neill would you know if my dad is buried in the grave yards you researched i am going to the north this coming saturday can i.

23Ballymoney Ballymoney Methodist ChurchBaptisms ; Marriages, MIC1E/63 33 Methodist 24Ballymoney Ballymoney 1st Presbyterian Church Baptisms ; Marriages ; Account Book containing details of subscriptions for a memorial to the Rev. Robert Park, minister of 1st Ballymoney, CR3/1 Presbyterian.

Title: Author: wmac. The old townland of Ballymoney, which gave name to the town and the parish, has been renamed TOWN PARKS. There are several large bogs in the vicinity of the town.

The site of the original parish church appears to have been in the townland of KILMOYLE UPPER OR KIRKMOYLE a short distance to the north-west [ Bali Monaid ]. Robert Park's account of schools in Ballymoney parish, David Kennedy Read.

Robert Park () Times. None found. Prolific Authors. who have written the most books on this subject. David Kennedy, 1 book James B. Hamilton, 1 book. Lists. watch for edits or export all records. Articles may be sent to Dr Lyons, and books for review to Dr McGarry.

Business/subscription enquiries should go to Dr W. Vaughan, Department of History, Trinity College, Dublin 2. Robert Park's Account of Schools in Ballymoney Parish, V. Robert Park's Account of Schools in Ballymoney Parish, (pp.

) David Kennedy https. The book is a culmination of over three years of meticulous research. Dorothy Arthur has investigated over gravestones in the Old Church Graveyard, maintained by Ballymoney Borough Council. It is every genealogistÔÇÖs dream as it contains not only a transcription and photograph of each grave, but also commentaries on the family histories.

Ballymoney & Derrykeighan Catholic Parish, Ballymoney. likes 31 talking about this 5 were here. The Parish of Ballymoney & Derrykeighan is the.

Robert Boyd, Acton, From the Ballymore Vestry Books of October 2,Director of the Manor of Acton and the Primatis Lands, Maseat in the parish church at Tanderagee to the proprietor of the Manor of Acton, JAgreed to build a church in the Monor of Acton, AugVestry held in the Parochial. Description and History.

Ballymoney in A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (Lewis, ). This parish was the seat of the O'Hurley (Ó hUrthuile) family in southwest Cork. Visit Ballymoney at Cork Ancestors.BALLYMONEY, a parish, in the Eastern Division of the barony of EAST CARBERY, county of CORK, and province of MUNSTER, 10 miles (W.

by S.) from Bandon; containing parish, which is intersected by the river Bandon, and skirted on the north by the mail coach road from Bandon to Dunmanway, comprises statute acres, as applotted .Your message *.

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