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Co Monaghan Church Data

Parishes...and some FHLC film numbers and starting years for records

1 AghabogRC0926054 (items 1-4)
2 AughnullenPres1279239 (item 20)
3 Ballybay
3 Ballybay
3 Ballybay
4 ClonesRC0926057
4 ClonesPres1279320 (item 21)
5 Clontibret
6 Currin
7 DonaghRC1239239 (item 10-11)
8 Donaghmoyne
9 Drummully
10 Drumsnat
11 Ematris
12 Errigal TroughRC0979706 (item 1-3)
13 Inishkeen
14 Killanny
15 Killeevan
16 Kilmore
17 Magheracloone
18 Magheross
Maghaire Rois
19 Monaghan
20 MucknoRC0979707 (item 4-6)
21 Tedavnet
22 Tehallan
23 Tullycorbet
Pres1279323 (item 2)

The Diocese of Clogher (Church of Ireland) covers all of the county except the town of Clones and the surrounding countryside. There are church records (baptisms, marriages, burials) for Clones going back to the 1600's but I have been unable to find the same sort of record for Clogher.

According to Ryan "Irish Records", all the RC records have been indexed by Monaghan Ancestry and all are avail through the National Library of Ireland and LDS. Clones start with births at 1848. CI exists from 1829. Salt lake (897416) has some births in the range of 1682-1733, 1755-1873, marriages 1682-1704, d 1682-1704 and 1796-1990)

Film numbers submitted by Jande

Baronies (The Parish numbers from the above list indicate which Parishes
are within the respective Baronies.)

Trough 7, 12
Monaghan 21, 22, 23, 19, 16, 10
Dartree 4, 15, 9, 6, 15, 1, 11
Cremorne 2, 3, 5, 20
Farney 8, 13, 14, 17, 18

Map of Baronies and Parishes

Some Bibliography

The Fasti of the Irish Presbyterian Church; compiled by Rev. James McConnell, published 1951 by the Presbyterian Historical Society Belfast, 1951.

History of Monaghan for 200 years: 1660-1860"; Rush, D. - has the names of grand jury members, tenant farms, surveyor, rioters, etc.

History of Congregations of the Presby Church in Ireland and Biographical Notices of Eminent Presbyterian Ministers and Laymen; Rev. W.D. Killen; Belfast, 1886

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This page based on material originally submitted by Bob Stevenson

Co Monaghan OR County Index

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