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History of Kilsaran union of parishes in the County of Louth

James B. Leslie

History of Kilsaran union of parishes in the County of Louth

being a history of the parishes of Kilsaran, Gernonstown, Stabannon, Manfieldstown and Dromiskin; with many particulars relating to the parishes of Richardstown Dromin and Darver, comprising a large section of Mid-Louth.

by James B. Leslie

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Published by Tempest in Dundalk .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kilsaran (Ireland)

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 350 p. illus.
    Number of Pages350
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15440078M

    KILSARAN, or KILSORRAN, a parish, in the barony of ARDEE, county of LOUTH, and province of LEINSTER, on the mail coach road from Dublin to Belfast; containing, with the parish of Gernonstown and the post-town of Castle-Bellingham, inhabitants.A commandery of Knights Templars was founded here in the 12th century by Matilda de Lacy, which was granted, in the reign of Edward II., to . A collection of genealogical profiles related to County Louth - Main Page. Geni Project: County Louth - Main Page. County Louth is a county in Ireland. It is part of the Border Region and is also located in the province of Leinster. Louth County Council is the local authority for the county. Towns and Parishes. See below and County.

    There is a book published in and republished in but not now available on the History of Kilsaran Union of Parishes, I have only seen the book in the library reference section, an interesting read if you are into the local history and of course have the time to sit in a library for a day. The parishes are named alphabetically under the name of the Diocese they belong to. When a parish spreads across two counties I have named the counties beside the name of the parish, if there are no county names then the parish belongs only to Co. Louth.

    Louth Ireland Church Records and Parish Records Irish Records Extraction Database The Parish Registers of Kilsaran, County Louth: Baptisms ; Marriages ; and Burials The united parishes of Kilsaran and Gernonstown kept one set of registers. The parish church was at Castlebellingham, County Louth. History of Kilsaran Union of Parishes in the County of Louth by James B. Leslie – () – pages. History of Sligo, County and Town, with illustrations from original drawings and plans, Volumes 1 - 3 - () – pages. History of Sligo, County and Town, from the Close of the Revolution of to the Present Time – (


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History of Kilsaran union of parishes in the County of Louth, being a history of the parishes of Kilsaran, Gernonstown, Stabannon, Manfieldstown, and Dromiskin, with many particulars relating to the parishes of Richardstown, Dromin, and Darver, comprising a large section of Pages: History of Kilsaran Union of Parishes in the County of Louth, Being a History of the Parishes of Kilsaran, Gernonstown, Stabannon, Manfieldstown, and [Leslie, James Blennerhassett] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : James Blennerhassett Leslie.

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History of Kilsaran union of Parishes in the County of Louth. Being a History of the Parishes of Kilsaran, Gernonstown, Stabannon, Manfieldstown and Dromiskin.

With many particulars relating to the Parishes of Mid-Louth. With 5 Maps and 42 Illustrations. Dundalk: Tempest, Pages, Original maroon buckram, title in gilt to spine.

A near. Excerpt from History of Kilsaran, Union of Parishes in the County of Louth: Being a History of the Parishes of Kilsaran, Gernonstown, Stabannon, Manfieldstown and Dromiskin, With Many Particulars Relating to the Parishes of Richardstown, Dromin and Darver, Comprising a Large Section of Mid-LouthAuthor: James B.

Leslie. History of Kilsaran Union of Parishes in the County of Louth, Being a History of the Parishes of Kilsaran, Gernonstown, Stabannon, Manfieldstown, and Dromiskin, with Many Particulars Relating to the Parishes of Richardstown, Dromin, and Darver, Comprising a Large Section of Mid-Louth: Author: James Blennerhassett Leslie: Publisher: W.

Tempest, History of Kilsaran union of parishes in the County of Louth, being a history of the parishes of Kilsaran, Gernonstown, Stabannon, Manfieldstown, and Dromiskin, with many particulars relating to the parishes of Richardstown, Dromin, and Darver, comprising a large section of mid-Louth.

Dundalk: W. Tempest, (OCoLC) Material Type. Read the digitized book:History of Kilsaran union of parishes in the County of Louth, being a history of the parishes of Kilsaran, Gernonstown, Stabannon, Manfieldstown, and Dromiskin, with many particulars relating to the parishes of Richardstown, Dromin, and Darver, comprising a large section of mid-Louth.

Kilsaran (County Louth) Message Board. Get free family history advice from our local volunteers or browse more t genealogy queries. FLANAGAN, PATRICK AND MARGARET 6 Sep Martin, Curtis, McKenna Brady families. Prior to the Union, Louth sent ten representatives to the Irish Parliament; two for the county at large, and two each for the boroughs of Ardee, Carlingford, Dundalk and Dunleer.

At the period referred to, all the boroughs were disfranchised except Dundalk, which, until. Yes, I completely agree, the "History of Kilsaran Union of Parishes in the County of Louth" by Rev.

James B. Leslie is an excellent source. So too is "The Clinton Family in County Louth" also by Rev. Leslie. After that you need to delve into the archives.

Louth: Leslie (Rev. J.B. In Rare Book & Collectors Sale. This auction is live. You need to be registered and approved to bid at this auction. Watch the auction as a guest You have been outbid. For the best chance of winning, increase your maximum bid. Are you tracing your Louth roots.

‘s Louth Genealogy subsite offers free access to thousands of records compiled by Dr. Jane Lyons. Quick Link Resources. Irish Roman Catholic Parish Records: Summer (With Images); Latin Names in English– important because first names are given in Latin in some Roman Catholic Parish Registers and you need to know what the English name.

Mansfieldtown or Mansfieldstown (Irish: Baile Mhic Mháirtín) is a townland and a former Church of Ireland parish located between Castlebellingham and Tallanstown in County Louth, Ireland. It was called Mandelvelleston, Mandevilleston and many other names in historical documents.

The name is derived from an Anglo-Norman family called Maundeville, which settled there soon after   "History of Kilsaran union of parishes in the County of Louth, being a history of the parishes of Kilsaran, Gernonstown, Stabannon, Manfieldstown, and Dromiskin, with many particulars relating to the parishes of Richardstown, Dromin, and Darver, comprising a large section of mid-Louth" Walter Douedale [Dowdall], Vicar, " for the issues of the.

Title: History Of Kilsaran, Union of Parishes, Author(s): Rev. James B. Leslie Publisher: Dundalk Year: Lookup Volunteer: Pat Garland Parish: Monasterboice Title: Monasterboice Heritage - A Centenary Celebration Author(s): Phillip King Publisher: Boylan Print Year: Check out the beautiful old County Louth maps on Mansfieldstown Church is located km ( mi) west of Castlebellingham, on the north bank of the River Glyde.

History. The townland name is derived from the Anglo-Norman Maundeville family who settled here after The earliest reference to a church here is in the Papal Registers of Dedication: Mary, mother of Jesus. History of Kilsaran union of parishes in the County of Louth, being a history of the parishes of Kilsaran, Gernonstown, Stabannon, Manfieldstown, and Dromiskin, with many particulars relating to the parishes of Richardstown, Dromin, and Darver, comprising a large section of mid-Louth by James B.

Leslie 2 editions - first published in Notes and Jottings concerning the parish of Charlestown Union: Charlestown Rectory Press National Library of Ireland NL: Ir l 2: 94 p. Canon J.B. Leslie: History of Kilsaran Union of Parishes: Dundalk Tempest National Library of Ireland Ir l 1: p: Robert Alexander Stewart, MacAllister: Monasterboice, Co.

Louth. - Cess Payers of Dunleer Union of Parishes, JCLAHSp - Landholders, Dromiskin Parish, History of Kilsaran, p - Dromiskin Parish, Baptisms, History of Kilsaran, p Hearth Money Tax Exemptions, Collon, Dromin and Mosstown, JCLAHSp - Flaxgrowers of County Louth, NLI & NAI (also available.

Your Louth ancestry. Toggle navigation. Irish Ancestors.History of South Cave and of Other Parishes in the East Riding of the County of York by John George Hall. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the Rating: % positive.History of the Churches and Parishes Canon Leslie’s History of the Union of Kilsaran (, reprintedBritish Library shelf-mark: e22) is the standard work on the subject.

The parish of Manfieldstown was united to the Kilsaran Union in on the death of the Rector; there being no Church of Ireland inhabitants.