County Antrim, Ireland Genealogy

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General County Research Information

Further information about County Antrim is available at the GenUKI site.

 Archives and Libraries 

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) 66 Balmoral Avenue Belfast BT9 6NY E-mail:


The above is the official repository for the public records of Northern Ireland. PRONI also collects records from private sources.

HUDDLESTON, David.  Medical and Health Records in the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland.  Mental hospital records have most information on patients, workhouse record documents, admission and discharge. Coroners records from 1880-1990's, detail, cause of death and commentary on the deceased.  Medical casebooks give detailed information on patients.  Patients records are unabailable after 1908.  PRONI has an index to Wills 1858-1920. Medical records are largely uncatalogued. Article covers years 1767-2008. Article in Irish Archives: Journal of the Irish Society for Archives, vol. XV, 2008 pages 30-35, Held at the Family History Library, SLC Ref. 941.5 B2ia

General Register Office Oxford House 49/55 Chichester St. Belfast BTI 4HL Internet: E-mail:

Register of births and deaths in Northern Ireland since 1864. Marriage records from 1922 onwards.


Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland Colby House Stranmillis Court Malone Lower Belfast BT9 5BJ Internet: E-mail:

 Civil Jurisdictions and Parish Research Information

A map of the Civil Parishes of County Antrim is available at Irish Times site.

Civil Parish Barony Poor Law Union
Aghagallon Upper Massereene  Lurgan 
Aghalee Upper Massereene  Lurgan 
Ahoghill  Lower Toome Ballymena 
Antrim  Upper Toome  Antrim 
Ardclinis Lower Glenarm  Larne 
Armoy  Cary  Ballycastle 
Ballinderry  Upper Massereene  Lisburn 
Ballintoy Cary  Ballycastle 
Ballyclug Lower Antrim Ballymena
Ballycor Upper Antrim Antrim
Ballylinny Lower Belfast Antrim
Ballymartin Upper Belfast Antrim
Ballymoney Upper Dunluce Ballymoney
Ballynure Lower Belfast Larne
Ballyrashane Lower Dunluce Ballymoney
Ballyscullion Upper Toome Ballymena
Ballyscullion Grange Upper Toome Ballymena
Ballywillin Lower Dunluce Coleraine
Belfast Belfast Belfast
Billy Cary Coleraine
Blaris Upper Massereene Lisburn
Camlin Upper Massereene Antrim
Carncastle Upper Glenarm Larne
Carnmoney Lower Belfast Belfast
Carrickfergus Carrickfergus Larne
Connor Lower Antrim Antrim/Ballymena
Cranfield Upper Toome Antrim
Culfeightrin Cary Ballycastle
Derryaghy Upper Belfast/Upper Messereene Lisburn
Derrykeighan Lower Dunluce Ballymoney
Doagh Grange Upper Antrim Antrim
Donegore Upper Antrim Antrim
Drumbeg Upper Belfast Lisburn
Drummaul Upper Toome Antrim/Ballymena
Dunaghy Kilconway Ballymena
Duneane Upper Toome Antrim/Ballymena
Dunluce Lower Dunluce Ballymoney/Coleraine
Finvoy Kilconway Ballymoney
Glenavy Upper Massereene Antrim/Lisburn
Glenwhirry Lower Antrim Ballymena
Glynn Lower Belfast Larne
Grange of Drumtullagh Cary Ballycastle
Grange of Dundermot Kilconway Ballymena
Grange of Inispollan Lower Glenarm Ballycastle
Grange of Killyglen Upper Glenarm Larne
Grange of Layd Lower Glenarm Ballycastle
Grange of Muckanmore Lower Messereene Antrim
Grange of Nilteen Upper Antrim Antrim
Grange of Shilvadan Upper Toome Antrim
Inver Lower Belfast Larne
Island Magee Lower Belfast Larne
Kilbride Upper Antrim Antrim
Kildollagh Upper Dunluce Coleraine
Killagan Kilconway/Upper Dunluce Ballymoney
Killead Lower Massereene Antrim
Kilraghts Upper Dunluce Ballymoney
Kilroot Lower Belfast Larne
Kilwaughter Upper Glenarm Larne
Kirkinriola Lower Toome Ballymena
Lambeg Upper Belfast/Upper Massereene Lisburn
Larne Upper Glenarm Larne
Layd Lower Glenarm Ballycastle/Larne
Loughguile Kilconway/Upper Dunluce Ballymoney
Magherafelt Upper Massereene Lisburn
Magheragall Upper Massereene Lisburn
Magheramesk Upper Massereene Lisburn
Magheramesk Upper Massereene Magherafelt
Muckamore (Grange of) Lower Massereene Antrim
Mullaghbrack Oneilland West Banbridge
Newtown Crommelin Kilconway Ballymena
Nilteen Grange Upper Antrim Antrim
Racavan Lower Antrim Ballymena
Raloo Lower Belfast Larne
Ramoan Cary Ballycastle
Rasharkin Kilconway Ballymena
Rasharkin Kilconway Ballymoney
Rashee Upper Antrim Antrim
Rathlin Island Cary Ballycastle
Shankill Belfast, Muni. Borough of Belfast
Shankill Lower Belfast Belfast
Shankill Upper Belfast Belfast
Shankill Upper Belfast Lisburn
Shankill Upper Toome Antrim
Skerry Lower Antrim Ballymena
Templecorran Lower Belfast Larne
Templepatrick Lower Belfast Belfast
Templepatrick Upper Belfast Antrim
Templepatrick Upper Belfast


Tickmacrevan Lower Glenarm Larne
Tullaghgore Upper Dunluce Ballymoney
Tullyrusk Upper Massereene Lisburn

Church Records

Symthe-Wood, Patrick.  A Record of Presbyterians in Co. Antrim. This article contains a description of the book Millrow Congregation, Antrim, names of seatholders & families, extracted from records of the Parish and other documents. covers 1801 -1839.  Genealogy of William Wallace who married Ellen Nicholson 1801 included. Article in The Irish Ancestor Vol. 1. no. 2, 1969 pages 95-96 Family History Library 941.5 B2i  Also available at and

Presbyterian Historical Society Church House Fisherwick Place Belfast BT1 6DW ernet: E-mail: Internet:

Moravian Church of Ireland 25 Church Road Gracehill Ballymena County Antrim Internet: E-mail: By Appointment

Religious Society of Friends 4 Magheralave Road Lisburn BT28 3BD County Antrim Internet:  E-mail: e-mail:


1885 County Map: Courtesy of London Ancestor


De Breffny, Brian.  Businessmen Who Issued Tokens in Ireland 1653-1679.  Due to an acute shortage of small change after the death of Charles 1, tradesmen, innkeepers and some local authorities began minting their own substitutes in the form of private tokens.  This list of 800 names, gives occupation and place.  Article in the Irish Ancestor, vol.X. no.1. 1978, pages 51-60. Family History Library Ref. 941.5 B2i vol.10-11

contributed by Ffolliott, Rosemary. Some Lists of Mid-18th Century Linen Drapers in Sout-East Ulster.  Lists of Linen Drapers from the Belfast Newsletter covering years 1750-1764. Article in The Irish Ancestor, vol.XI. no.1.1979, pages 9-14, Family History Library Ref. 941.5 B2i vol10-11.


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  Web Sites

To view a list of Antrim web sites, visit for some great sites.