Local histories for Antrim


AuthorTitlePublication detailsSample LocationComment

Subject catalogue of books and other material relating to Co. Antrim

Ballymena Antrim County Library 1969

National Library of Ireland Ir 941 p 43

27 p.

Register ... of persons entitled to vote ... 1856 ... 1857. [By barony]

n.p. - 1856/7

National Library of Ireland ILB 324

[146] ff

Notes on the ancient deeds of Carrickfergus

R. Soc. Antiq. NL Ir J. 1893.

Listing Mid-Antrim Presbyterians in 1864

Ballymena Mid-Antrim Historical Group 1996

National Library of Ireland 1A 3694

[ [96 p] annual reports of the congregations in connexion with the Ballymena presbytery for year ending May, 1864 : a valuable genealogical source

Ulster Folk

Presbyterians in Glenarm

"The Glynns" Vol 9, 1981

[Unknown]

The Allens of Lisconnan in the County of Antrim (manuscript)

None

National Library of Ireland Ms 32543

D.H. Akenson

Between two revolutions : Islandmagee, County Antrim, 1798-1920

Port Credit, Ont. P. D. Meany, 1979.

National Library of Ireland Ir 94111 a 3

221 p.

D.H. Akenson

Local poets and social history : James Orr, bard of Ballycarry

Belfast : Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 1977

National Library of Ireland Ir 82189 o 107

130 p.

Donald Alexander

The Parkgate Presbyterians: people and kirk over four centuries, the first Donegore story

Parkgate First Donegore Church 2011

National Library of Ireland

235 pp

Dorothy Arthur

Derrykeighan Old Church graveyard

Ballycastle Impact Printing 2012

National Library of Ireland

243 pp. Documents burials from 1625-1958, including transcriptions and photographs of stones

Edward D. Atkinson

Dromore, an Ulster Diocese

Dundalk W. Tempest 1925

National Library of Ireland Ir 274116 a 1

317 p.

Ballee Community Association

A History of Ballee : A local and social history of the Ballee area in Ballymena.

Ballymena Community Engagement Initiative 2015

Ballymena Central Library

W.N Barr

The oldest register of Derryaghy, Co. Antrim 1696-1772

National Library of Ireland Ir 9293 b 3

Margaret Bell

The Ould Lammas Fair Ballycastle: its origin and development

Ballycastle Clachan Publishing 2013

National Library of Ireland

32 pp

H.A. Boyd

A History of the Church of Ireland in Ramoan Parish,

Belfast R. Carswell, 1930

National Library of Ireland Ir 2741 b 9

232 p

V. Rev. W.P. Carmody

Lisburn Cathedral and its Past Rectors

Belfast R. Carswell & Son 1926

National Library Of Ireland Ir 27411 c 2

190 p.

Harry Jessop St. John Clarke

Thirty centuries in south-east Antrim: The parish of Coole or Carnmoney.

Belfast, Quota Press 1938.

National Library of Ireland Ir 274111 c 3

319 p.

John H.R. Cox

Cromwellian Settlement of the parish of Kilbride

1959

Angelique Day

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume 21: Parishes of County Antrim VII 1832-8 South Antrim

Belfast Institute of Irish Studies 1993

National Library of Ireland Ir9141 o 83

154pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Aghagallon, Aghalee, Ballinderry, Camlin, Glenavy, Lough Neagh, Magheragall, Magheramesk, Tullyrusk

Angelique Day

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume 23: Parishes of County Antrim VIII 1831-5, 1837-8, Ballymena & West Antrim

Belfast Institute of Irish Studies 1993

National Library of Ireland Ir9141 o 80

158pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Ahoghill, Ballyclug, Finvoy, Killagan, Kirkinriola, Rasharkin

Angelique Day

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume 29: Parishes of County Antrim XI 1832-3, 1835-9, Antrim Town & Ballyclare

Belfast Institute of Irish Studies 1995

National Library of Ireland Ir 9141 o 80

172pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Antrim, Doagh, Donegore, Kilbride

Angelique Day

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume 13: Parishes of County Antrim IV 1830-8, Glens of Antrim

Belfast Inst. of Irish Studies/R.I.A. 1992

National Library of Ireland Ir 914111 o 11

148pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Ardclinis, Dunaghy, Dundermot, Layd, Layd and Inispollan, Loughguile, Newton Crommelin, Racavan, Skerry, Tickmacrevan

Angelique Day

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume 24: Parishes of County Antrim IX 1830-2, 1835, 1838-9, North Antrim Coast & Rathlin

Belfast Institute of Irish Studies 1994

National Library of Ireland Ir9141 o 80

148pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Armoy, Ballintoy, Culfeightrin, Ramoan, Rathlin Island

Angelique Day

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume 32: Parishes of County Antrim XII 1832-3, 1835-40, Ballymena & District

Belfast Institute of Irish Studies 1995

National Library of Ireland Ir9141 o 80

154pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Ballycor, Ballylinny, Ballynure, Glenwhirry, Raloo, Rashee

Angelique Day

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Volume 2: Parishes of County Antrim I 1838-9, Ballymartin, Ballyrobert, Ballywalter, Carnmoney, Mallusk

Belfast Inst. of Irish Studies/R.I.A. 1990

National Library of Ireland Ir 914111 o 11

128pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Ballymartin, Ballyrobert, Ballywalter, Carnmoney, Mallusk

Angelique Day

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Volume 16: Parishes of County Antrim V 1830-5, 1337-8, Giant's Causeway & Ballymoney

Belfast Inst. of Irish Studies/R.I.A. 1992

National Library of Ireland Ir 914111 o 11

150pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Ballymoney, Ballyrashane, Ballywillin, Billy, Derrykeighan, Drumtullagh, Dunluce, Kilraughts

Angelique Day

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume 19: Parishes of County Antrim VI 1830, 1833, 1835-38, South-West Antrim

Belfast Institute of Irish Studies 1993

National Library of Ireland Ir9141 o 84

152pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Ballyscullion, Connor, Cranfield, Drummaul, Duneane, Shilvodan

Angelique Day

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume 8: Parishes of County Antrim II 1832-8, Lisburn & South Antrim

Belfast Institute of Irish Studies 1991

National Library of Ireland Ir 9141 o 80

156pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Blaris, (Lisburn), Derryaghy, Drumbeg, Lambeg

Angelique Day

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume 10: Parishes of County Antrim III 1833, 1835, 1839-40, Larne & Island Magee

Belfast Institute of Irish Studies 1991

National Library of Ireland Ir 914111 o 11

144pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Carncastle and Killyglen, Island Magee, Kilwaughter, Larne

Angelique Day

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume 37: Parishes of County Antrim XIV 1832, 1839-40, Carrickfergus

Belfast Institute of Irish Studies 1996

National Library of Ireland Ir9141 o 80

208pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams

Angelique Day

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume 26: Parishes of County Antrim X 1830-1, 1833-5, 1839-40, East Antrim, Glynn, Inver, Kilroot & Templecorran

Belfast Institute of Irish Studies 1994

National Library of Ireland Ir94111 o 7

144pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Glynn, Inver, Kilroot, Templecorran.

Angelique Day

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume 35: Parishes of County Antrim XIII 1833, 1835, 1838, Templepatrick & District

Belfast Institute of Irish Studies 1996

National Library of Ireland Ir9141 o 80

176pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Carmavy, Killead, Muckamore, Nilteen, Templepatrick, Umgall

Bill Dunlop

Ahoghill Part 1 Buick's Ahoghill a filial account (1910) of seceders [ ]

Ballymena Mid-Antrim Historical Group 1987

National Library of Ireland Ir 94111 a (1)

[ ] in the Mid-Antrim village where Rev. Frederick Buick was minister of the second Presbyterian (now Trinity) congregation from 1835 to 1908, with additional material on the local history, including details of the Moores, Raphaels and other families of note edited by Eull DUnlop ; foreword by Christopher Raphael and R. E. H. Uprichard. 113 p

Bill Dunlop

Ahoghill Part 2 Ahoghill folk photographs of people of the Fourtowns and round about, mostly from the Stevenson Collection compiled by Eull Dunlop, Sandy Kernohan, Jack Dunlop

Ballymena Mid-Antrim Historical Group 1989

National Library of Ireland Ir 94111 a (2)

96 p

Bill Dunlop

Ahoghill Part 3 Around Ahoghill further photographs and other items about folk from the Fourtowns and round about

Ballymena Mid-Antrim Historical Group 1990

National Library of Ireland Ir 94111 p 5(8)

96 p. compiled by Bill Dunlop and Sandy Kernohan

Eull Dunlop

Round "Kells & Conyer" [Part 1] a miscellany compiled by Eull Dunlop, Vina Ferguson & Bill Hanna

Ballyclare Kells & Connor Luncheon Club 1989

National Library of Ireland Ir 94111 d 8

101 p.

Eull Dunlop

McIlmoyle of Dervock pastor of two flocks researched by Robert Hanna & edited by Eull Dunlop

Ballymena Mid-Antrim Historical Group 1991

National Library of Ireland Ir 92 m 505

180 p

Eull Dunlop

Mid-Antrim Part 2 further articles on Ballymena & district

Ballymena Mid-Antrim Historical Group 1991

National Library of Ireland Ir 94111 d 9

208 p.

L.M. Ewart

Handbook to the dioceses of Down, Connor & Dromore

Stephen Gwynn

Highways & Byways in Donegal & Antrim : Part two Derry and Co. Antrim,

Clachan (1899 repr. 2013)

National Library of Ireland

279 p

Richard Herbert

The Gamble family of East Taieri

Dunedin,N.Z. : Gamble Reunion Committee, 1996

National Library of New Zealand P Box q929.2 GAM HER 1996

65 p. "a brief account of the family's origins at Croaghmore in Antrim, Northern Ireland, their emigration and settlement at East Taieri in Otago, New Zealand, in the 1880's, and of the reunion held 6-7th April 1996"

Bill Jackson

The Bells of Trummery and beyond: 350 years of an Irish Quaker family

York Sessions 2005

National Library of Ireland

241 p.

Simon Kingston

Ulster and the Isles in the fifteenth century: the lordship of the Clann Domhnaill of Antrim

Dublin ; Portland, OR Four Courts Press 2004

National Library of Ireland

256 p.

Pearse Lawlor

Lisburn: a history of the Catholic community of the Parish of Blaris

Lisburn Clovercorry 2014

National Library of Ireland

262 p. NLI

Rev. W.H.A Lee

St Colmanell, Aghoghill: A History of its Parish

Belfast Newton Publishing Co 1939

Linen Hall Library BPB1939.11

Rev Dr John Lockington

Dr Robert Stewart 1783-1852 ,

Broughshane, Co. Antrim Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland

National Library of Ireland

36 p.

D. M'Meekin

Memories of '59 : or the revival movement as manifested itself at Ahoghill, Grange, Longstone, New Ferry, Ballymena, Broughshane, Cullybackey, Teeshan, and Whiteside's Corner

Hull : M. Harland, 1908

Linen Hall Library U.28/MACM

J.D.C Marshall

Discovering Mosside: the history of an Ulster Scots village

Ballymoney, Co. Antrim Clenagh House 2008

National Library of Ireland

171 p.

Rev. H.C Marshall

The Parish of Lambeg

Lisburn Victor McMurray 1933

National Library of Ireland Ir 27411 m 2

127 p.

Charles McConnell

The witches of islandmagee

Antrim Carmac 2000

National Library of Ireland IR 9411 m 45

78 p

Hugh McNeill

The annals of the Parish of Derrykeighan from A.D. 453 to A.D. 1890 compiled by Hugh McNeill

Ballymena Mid-Antrim Historical Group 1993

National Library of Ireland 1A 1210

81p.; introduced by Eull Dunlop

Samuel McSkimin

The History and Antiquities of the Town of Carrickfergus 1318-1839

Belfast 1909

Julia Mullin

A history of Dunluce Presbyterian church

1995

National Library of Ireland Ir 285 m 37

N/A

Old Randalstown & District

Randalstown Randalstown Historical Society 2007

National Library of Ireland

93 p.

Lee Nichols

Destined for California : the story of the descendants of Donald McFaul and their journey from Rathlin Island to Southern California

Desert Hot Springs, Calif. : L. Nichols, c1996.

Library of Congress CS71.C3666 1996

90 leaves

Rev. James O'Laverty

An Historical Account of the Dioceses of Down and Connor

Dublin 1878-89

National Library of Ireland Ir 27411 o 5

4 Vols

The Ballymena Observer

Old Ballymena: a history of Ballymena during the 1798 Rebellion

1857. Repu

Philip Orr

Carrickfergus, Whitehead and the Great War

Carrickfergus Carrickfergus Borough Council 2010

National Library of Ireland

60 p.

Kathleen Rankin

The linen houses of the Lagan Valley : the story of their families

Belfast UHF 2002

National Library of Ireland

221 p. Murland (Castlewellan); Lowry (Katesbridge); Mulligan (Tullyconnaught); Crawford (Ballievey); Lindsay (Tullyhenan); McClelland, Walker, Robinson, Ferguson, Cowdy, Smyth, Dunbar (Banbridge); Law, Uprichard, Bell, Haughton, McMaster, Dickson, Watson, Sinton (Gilford); Richardson (Moyallon); Bell, M cGeagh, Johnston (Lurgan); Acheson, Dawson, Hamilton Robb, Bryson, Greeves, Shillingotn (Portadown); Turtle (Tandragee); McCrum (Milford); Compton (Armagh, Glenanne); Proctor (Blackwatertown); Dickson, Stevenson, Greeves, Greer, Acheson (Dungannon)

William Reeves

Ecclesiastical Antiquities of Down, Connor and Dromore

1847

Philip Robinson

Irish Historic Towns Atlas 2: Carrickfergus

Dublin Royal Irish Academy 1986

National Library Of Ireland ILB 941 i 3(2)

Rev. Aston Robinson

The presbytery of Ballymena 1745-1945

Ballymena Mid-Antrim Historical group 1949

National Library of Ireland

Robert Sharpe

"By the light of the hurricane lamp" : (growing up in Glenariffe in the thirties)

Northern Ireland The author 2004

National Library of Ireland

119 p

William Shaw

Cullybackey, the Story of an Ulster Village

Edinburgh Macdonald 1913

National Library of Ireland Ir 91411 s 1

201 p.

Hugh Shearman

Ulster

London 1949

National Library of Ireland Ir 91422 s 3

426 p. (incl. bibliographies).

Alastair Smyth

The story of Antrim

Antrim Antrim Borough Council 1984

National Library of Ireland Ir 94111 s 9

[116 p.] 'the story of the great and the near great, the wise and otherwise, the rich and the poor of Ulster's historic county town of Antrim : from the prehistoric past to modern times'

H.J. St John Clarke

Thirty centuries in south-east Antrim: the Parish of Coole or Carnmoney

Belfast 1938

National Library of Ireland Ir 27411 c 3

Mark Sweetnam

The minutes of the Antrim ministers' meeting, 1654-8

Dublin Four Courts Press 2012

National Library of Ireland

190 pp

B.M Walker

Sentry Hill: an Ulster farm and family

Dundonald : Blackstaff Press, 1981

National Library of Ireland Ir 9292 w 19

167 p.

Sandy Watson

Old Antrim coast

Scotland Stenlake Publishing 2004

National Library of Ireland

48 p. Ballycastle, Rathlin Island, Cushendall, Glenariff Park, Carnlough, Glenarm, Ballygalley, Carnlough, Cushendun, Garron Point, Knocknacarry, Parkmore and Waterfoot.

Charles Watson

The Story of the United Parishes of Glenavy, Camlin and Tullyrusk ...

Belfast: McCaw, Stevenson & Orr 1892

National Library of Ireland Ir 94111 w 1

63 p.; reprinted 1982


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