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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 mid-Louth

by James B. Leslie
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Dundalk, Ireland : W. Tempest, c1908
xvi, 350 p., [17] leaves of plates : ill., maps (some col.), port.


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Bibliography: p. xi-xvi.

Includes index.

Includes Kilsaran Parish baptisms 1818-1840, marriages 1818-1905; burials at Castlebellingham, 1739-1905; Stabannon Parish baptisms 1688-1846, marriages 1698-1876, burials 1701-1907; Mansfieldtown Parish baptisms 1830-1854, marriages 1824-1850, burials 1840-1884; Dromiskin Parish baptisms 1791-1840, marriages 1805-1903, burials 1802-1907; tombstone inscriptions of the Castlebellingham Parish Church, Kilsaran Graveyard and Roman Catholic Church, Stabannon Parish Church and churchyard, Dromiskin Parish Church and Churchyard, Mansfieldstown Parish Church and Churchyard; and extracts from wills of residents of the district.

"Under different ecclesiastical arrangements the ancient parishes of Ireland, which were extremely numerous, were often grouped together to form incumbencies and the term 'Union' was applied to such combinations. The Union of Kilsaran comprises at present [1908], in the Church of Ireland ecclesiatical arrangement, the ancient Parishes of Kilsaran, Gernonstown, and Manfieldstown, together with the churches and portions of each of the ancient Parishes of Strabannon and Dromiskin." --Intro.

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