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I have re-opened a mailing list. It is now operational(updated 4-2-2010

As users of the Co. Antrim Web Pages you are offered the chance to try it out. If your request does not generate any response feel free to repeat it after waiting a 4 week period.The lists are moderated because of SPAMMING and viruses. I reserve the right to remove people from the list that do not conform to my rules. So long as the subject matter is not "politics'" or the pro's and con's of the "Troubles" in the north, anything concerning family, history, research is allowed.

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Co.Antrim Mailing List .

This list is only for those whose interests are connected with Co. Antrim. There are many other fine lists and websites that cover other parts of IRELAND. Please note this mailing list has a very changing  level of input.

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The messages do not really need to be empty, because I will ignore
their content. Only the ADDRESS you send TO is important.

    You do not need to join or be a member to view the archives only if to wish to post messages.

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MESSAGEBOARD Information 

I have opened a message board . It is operational as of 02 December, 2008.

  • To view all the forums..
  • To move to a forum concerning LARNE .
  • To move to a forum concerning Whitehead-Ballycarry-Islandmagee.
  • To move to a forum concerning Ballygally-Ballycastle.
  • To move to a forum concerning Ballymena.
  • To move to a forum concerning the rest of Co. Antrim .
  • To move to a forum concerning N. Ireland .
  • To move to a forum for Ireland 
  • To move to a forum for McFaul/McFall 
  • To move to a forum for WANTED-Historical, Genealogy Stuff etc 
  • To move to a forum for OFFERED-Historical, Genealogy Stuff etc 
  • To move to a forum concerning the Graveyard Records
  • To move to a forum concerning the Birth Records
  • To move to a forum concerning the Marriage Records
  • To move to a forum concerning the Death Records
  • To move to a forum concerning the 1851 Census, Surname list Index
  • To move to a forum concerning the Flax Growers Recorders and Surname Index
  • To move to a forum concerning the Griffin Valuation Records plus Surname Index
  • To move to a forum to what has been added as new forum are always being added

      As users of the Co. Antrim Web Pages you are offered the chance to try them out. 

      The forums are not moderated except if I feel the need too. 

      I reserve the right to remove people from the list that do not conform to normal rules.

      So long as the subject matter is not offense or "porn" anything is allowed.

      At this moment you have to register to leave a message but not to read/view forums.
      Because of misuse of the forums I had to introduce registration.

      Try it out

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      McFall-McFaul Pages

      At the moment I am gathering information on the McFaul/McFall families of Antrim and World-wide. You are invited to send any and all references to a McFall/McFaul person.

      To move to the McF's Birth Tables (1865-1881)

      to move to the McF's Marriage Tables (1845-1870) Ireland

      to move to the McF's Death's Table(1864-18xx) Ireland

      to move to the McF's Birth Tables (1870-1895) Ontario,Canada

      These tables and files has been complied with the research and help of  JoAnn Voltz nee McFaul and Margaret Carey nee McFall.

      view the names of McF's that have been found though' research.

      view as database loadable file the names of McF's that have been found in the 1880 US census

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      View the remains of the 1851 Co. Antrim Census

      I have stopped supplying the census in arj form in response to requests as it seems to be inaccurate.
      I am placing a copy of the original microfilm on the website in a searchable form.

      click here

      If you would like to help to prepare the copy for use in a
      MySql database and to use PHP scripts to search the database,
      please contact me by clicking here
      admin@irishgenealogy.net

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      At the moment if you visit this page you will find the
      1851 Co. Antrim Census Remains for the town of LARNE,
      as copied from the complete microfilm copy, will be posted.

      Information on the Censuses in Ireland or Antrim

      Information on the Antrim 1851 census data reliability

      Occupations: census returns for 1851, 1861 and 1871

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      Censuses in Ireland or Antrim Irish Census Records and Substitutes for Missing Censuses

      by Roberta Gaynor

      I. Background Religious census returns for certain places were taken in the 18th Century (c. 1740-66). These were some of the first census returns in Ireland and some still survive today. However, the first complete census returns were taken in 1813. This enumeration was followed by others in 1821, 1831, and every ten years thereafter until 1911. Most of these census returns have been destroyed. The 1901 census is the first complete census in existence today. Although many of the census records were destroyed, there are some substitutes that may be helpful.

      II. Content ( available censuses only)

      A. Religious censuses (1740-66) vary in their details, but may include the heads of households, parish by parish, and indicate their religion; or may give statistics only. Some returns are available for Dioceses such as Ardagh, Armagh, Clogher, Cloyne, Connor, Cork, Derry, Dromore, Down, Elphin, Ferns, Kildare, Kilmore, Ossory, Raphoe and Ross.

      B. 1821 Census gives names of inhabitants, relation to head, ages, occupations, and information about the house and property. Some returns are available for parishes A-M, County Gavan; A-D, County Offaly; A-R, Fermanagh; A-L, Galway; A-T, Meath.

      C. 1831 Census gives names of inhabitants, relation to head, ages, occupations, and information about the house and property. Some returns are available for the following parishes in Londonderry County: Agevey, Aghanloo, Arboe, Artrea, Benagher, Glendermot, Killowen, Macosquin, Tamlaght-Finlagen, Templemore, and Termoneeny.

      D. 1841 Census gives names of inhabitants,ages, sex, relation to head, marital condition, year of marriage, occupation and birthplace (country, county, or city). The only return available is for Killeshandra Parish, County Cavan. E. 1851 Census gives the same information as the 1841 plus a list of those people belonging to the family that are not present (including their names, ages, sex, relation to head, present occupation, and country, county, or city of current residence) and a list of those family members who died while residing with the family during the last 10 years (including names, age, sex, relation to head, occupation, season and year of death). Returns are available for Drumkeeran, County Fermanagh and the following parishes in County Antrim: Aghagallon, Aghalee, Ballinderry, Ballymoney, Carncastle, Craigs (Ahoghill), Dunaghy, Grange of Killyglen, Killead, Kilwaughter, Larne, Rasharkin, and Tickmacreevin.

      F. 1901 Census gives name of inhabitants, relation to head, religion, age, sex, occupation, marital condition, birthplace (country, county, or city), information on house and property including the name of the lease holder. This census is available in its entirety.

      G. 1911 census gives same information as the 1901 plus the number of years married, total number of children born alive, and number of children still living. This census is also entirely available.

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      Societies,journal, etc

      Carrickfergus and District Historical Society Journal (annual)
      Mrs. D. Corcoran
      64 Knocksallagh Gardens
      Greenisland
      Carrickfergus BT38 85P
      Co. Antrim

      East Belfast Historical Society (twice yearly)
      The Hon. Treasurer
      1 Sydenham Drive
      Belfast BT4 2AX

      The Glynns (annual)
      Hon. Secretary,
      The Glens of Antrim Historical Society
      Cushendall
      Co. Antrim

      Lisburn Historical Society Journal (annual)
      The Editor
      Town Hall
      Castle Street
      Lisburn
      Co. Antrim

      Ulster Local Studies Journal
      18 May Street
      BELFAST BT1 4NL 
      Phone 01232 235254 or 028 9023 5254
      Fax 01232 434086 
      To promote the study and recording of the history, antiquities and folk-life of Ulster 
      To encourage the provision of services ......
      http://users.d-n-a.net/UlsterHistory/Federation.html

      The Corran
      Larne and District Historical Society,
      Victoria Road
      Larne
      Co. Antrim

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      Diverse

      view the Islandmagee Index file

      To view some Ballymena Marriage Records 1807-1841

      view a list all Brady's in N.Ireland

      view a list ships that arrived in Quebec

      view a list ships that arrived in Halifax

      information on the immigration books in library of congress.

      view a list all parishes in Co.Antrim. I hope to include church records information on these parishes in the future.

      view a text file information on irish censuses

      view a help file on the Registry Office

      view a help file on PARISH REGISTERS

      view an Irish history file

      an Irish Help file by Roberta Gaynor

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      Please note: If you experience any difficulties, you may email your response to this page to:

      Liam G. McFaul

      If you have any thing to say in connection with Co. Antrim or N. Ireland let me know.
      Thanks for looking at this page.
      HAVE A NICE DAY.... Bye

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