Genealogical Sources Available Online for County Armagh
|Roman Catholic Parish Registers|
|Ballymore & Mullabrack||1798-1900||1831-1900|
|Crossmaglen (Creggan Upper)|| 1796-1803
|Cullyhanna (Creggan Lower||1845-1900||1845-1900|
|Derrynoose (Keady)|| 1814-1819
|Eglish||1862-1900 (see Tyrone)||1862-1900 (see Tyrone)||1877-1900|
|Killeavy Lower (Bessbrook)||1835-1900|| 1835-1862
|Killeavy Upper (Cloghougue)||1832-1900||1832-1900|
|Tynan (Middletown)||1822-1900|| 1822-1834
|Lurgan No. 1 & 2||1864-1921||1845-1921|
|Newry No. 1||1872-1903|
|Newry No. 2||1864-1921|
|Church of Ireland|
|Acton (Drumbanagher) Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Aghavilly Church of Ireland||1844-1871||1845-1921||1846-1871|
|Annaghmore Church of Ireland||1859-1921|
|Ardmore Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Armaghbreague Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Armagh Church of Ireland||1801-1822|| 1801-1822
|Ballymore/Tandragee Church of Ireland||1846-1921|
|Ballymyre Church of Ireland||1846-1921|
|Belleek Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Bessbrook / Camlough Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Charlemont Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Clare Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Creggan Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Derrynoose Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Diamond Church of Ireland||1910-1921|
|Drumbanagher Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Drumcree Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Eglish Church of Ireland||1803-1865||
|Forkhill Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Grange Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Keady Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Kilcluney Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Kildarton Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Killeavey Church of Ireland||1845-1916|
|Killylea Church of Ireland||1846-1921|
|Kilmore (St Saviours) Church of Ireland||1843-1863||1845-1921|
|Knocknamuckly Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Lisnadill Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Loughgall Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Loughgilly Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Middletown Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Milltown Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Mullabrack Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Mullaglass Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Mullavilly Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Newtownhamilton Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Portadown Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Richhill Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Seagoe Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Shankill Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|St. Saviour's Church of Ireland||1871-1921|
|Tartaraghan Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Tynan Church of Ireland||1845-1921|
|Armagh Presbyterian|| 1707-1728
|Killeavey & Jerretspass Presbyterian||1845-1921|
|Loughgall (Cloveneden) Presbyterian||1840-1872||1845-1921|
|Redrock Presbyterian|| 1808-1864
|Tyrone Ditches Presbyterian||1793-1837||1835-1838||1793-1828|
|Society of Friends / Quaker|
|Richhill & Grange||1812-1878||
|Lurgan Methodist||1813-1864|| 1842-1844
|Newry Methodist||1824-1865||1835 (2 records)|
|Portadown Primitive Methodist||1847-1878|
|1770||Armagh City Census
|1821||Census of Armagh
Kilmore. Townlands of Balleney, Corcrevey, Crucat, Derryhale, Drumnahuncheon, Liskeborough, Manooth and Shewish
Mullaghbrack. Townland of Ballyleans.
Drumcree. Townlands of Baltylum, Clownagh, Drumnasoo, Garvaghy, Kilmoriarty, Maghon, Mullantine and Tavanagh
Miscellaneous. This 1821 Census transcript for some townlands in various county Armagh parishes come from the PRONI source T636. It is a hand transcribed record which would most likely have been taken from the original Census return and transcribed pre 1922, when the original records were destroyed in the fire. A copy of this record can be obtained from Armagh Ancestry.
The information contained in each Census varies and it is possible that the record of every family in a given townland has not survived.
|1901||Census of Armagh
Parish of Armagh: Abbey Lane, Callen Street Lane, Castle Street, Chapel Lane, Charter School Lane, Dobbin Street, Gallows Hill, Irish Street, Irish Street Lower, Irish Street Upper, Linenhall Street, Market Street, Ogle Street, Primrose Street, Scotch Street, Thomas Street.
Parish of Clonfeacle: Canary, Copney, Derrycaw, Derrymagowan, Derryscollop, Tullyroan.
Parish of Derrynoose: Ballynagolan, Brootally, Cargalisgorran, Carrickabolie, Cormeen, Crossbane, Dernalea, Derryhennett, Doohat or Crossreagh, Drumacanver, Drumgreenagh, Drumherney, Drumhirk, Drummeland, Drumnahavil, Farnaloy, Fergort, Kilcreevy Etra, Kilcreevy Otra, Killyreavy, Knockraven, Lisdrumbroghas, Lisglynn, Lislea, Lissagally, Listarkelt, Madden, Maghery Kilcrany, Mawillan, Mullyard, Rowan, Tamlaght, Tivnacree, Tullycallidy, Tullyherim.
Parish of Garvaghy: Carnew, Enagh, Fedney.
Parish of Grange: Annacramph, Ballykinick, Greenan.
Parish of Loughgall: Annaghmore, Annasamry, Ardress East, Ardress West, Ballygasey, Ballymagerney, Causanagh, Clonmain, Cloveneden, Coragh, Derrycoose, Derrycrew, Drumat, Drumheriff, Egralougher, Fernagreenagh, Levaleglish, Loughgall.
Parish of Keady: Brackley, Carrickaduff, Cavanagarvan, Crossmore, Crossnamoyle, Crossnenagh, Drumderg, Drummond, Dunlarg, Iskymeadow, Kilcalm, Tassagh, Tievenamara, Tullynamallogue.
Parish of Kilclooney: Ballylane, Cladybeg, Cladymore.
Parish of Killevy: Carnagat, Carrivekeeny, Cloghoge, Corrinshigo.
Parish of Killyman: Clonmore, Clontyclay, Derrycorry North, Derrycorry South, Derryhirk, Derryhubbert East, Derryhubbert South, Mullenakill North, Mullenakill South, Mullenakill West.
Parish of Kilmore: Castleraw, Derryloughan, Kincon, Tullymore.
Parish of Newry: Altnaveigh, Carnbane, Craigmore, Derrybeg, Derrymore, Drumalane, Fathom Lower, Fathom Upper, Grange Lower, Grange Upper, High Street, Lisdrumgullion, Lisdrumliska.
Parish of Tartaraghan: Ballynary, Breagh Lower, Brughas, Clonakle, Cloncarrish, Cloncore, Clonmacash, Clonmakate, Clontylew, Coney Island, Cranagill, Cronkill, Derrinraw, Derryadd, Derryane, Derryaugh, Derrycor, Derrykeevan, Derrylard, Derrylee, Derrylilleagh, Drumanphy, Drummannon, Eglish, Gallrock, Magarity, Maghery, Tarthlogue, Teagy.
Parish of Tynan: Ardconnell, Balteagh, Carricklane, Cavandoogan, Crann, Creeveakerran, Crossdall, Derryhaw, Doogary, Drumahean, Drumgarran, Drumgoose, Drumhillery, Foyduff, Glassdrummond, Hanslough, Kiltubrid, Knockbane, Lislanly, Middletown, Portnelligan, Rathcumber, Rathtrillick, Raws, Reen, Shantally, Sheetrim, Skerries, Tullybrick Hamilton, Tullyglush Kane, Unshog.
|1620||Armagh Rent Rolls||188|
|1666||Hearth Money Rolls||2408|
|1763||Signatories for 1st Markethill Presbyterian Church||195|
|1766||Census of Heads of Households for Creggan parish||982|
|1785-87||Derrynoose Tithe Accounts||850|
|1796||County Armagh Flax Growers List||3,025|
|1820||Forkhill Cess Lists||372|
|1823-37||County Armagh Tithe Applotments||30,375|
|1840-55||Emigrants from Derrynoose Parish||230|
|1824-1945||Church of Ireland Confirmations||9,108|
|County Armagh Marriage Licence Bonds 1727-1845 (Part 1 of 2 - or almost 10,000 records)|
|During the 17th and 18th centuries, when it was illegal for "dissenting" Clergy to perform marriages, some Roman Catholic and Presbyterians chose to be married in the Church of Ireland (Anglican Church). To do so they would ask the Minister to publish banns or purchase a licence from the Bishop of the Diocese. Before the licence was granted the couple had to enter a bond at a Diocesan Court. These bonds included the names of the bride and groom and their ages and place of residence. Unfortunately most of the bonds and licences were destroyed in the Public Record Office, Dublin, in 1922, but indexes for many of them have survived. These indexes contain the names of the bridegroom and bride and the year of the bond.|
|Confirmation is a church practice that falls into the category of what the Anglican Catechism calls "rites and institutions commonly called sacraments." While many Protestants shy away from calling Confirmation a sacrament in the strict sense, the witness of the church throughout the ages, especially in the Anglican wing, has seen fit to uphold them as a vital means through which God mediates grace to us. Confirmation arose out of the early church's reflection on Scripture in connection to how one became a Christian. It was first used to describe what happened when a bishop would lay hands upon, pray for, and anoint the forehead of the newly baptized with oil, signifying the gift of the Holy Spirit. The newly baptized/confirmed would then proceed to receive their first Eucharist. Gradually, in the western churches (Eastern Orthodox churches still confirm infants immediately upon Baptism), Confirmation became separable from Baptism. For Anglican churches, the normal course would be that you were baptized as an infant, and then as a teenager undergo a lengthy instruction (catechesis), which prepared you for Confirmation. Again, Confirmation was necessary before receiving Communion. Confirmation was also unique in that, while a priest could baptize, Confirmation was usually reserved for the bishop. Confirmation is a special church service in which a person confirms the promises that were made when they were baptized. If you were baptized at a christening when you were a child, your parents and godparents made these promises on your behalf. As a young person or adult, you may be ready to affirm these promises for yourself and commit your life to following Jesus Christ. At a confirmation service, you make these promises for yourself. Your friends and family as well as the local Christian community will be there to promise to support and pray for you. As a general rule, anyone who is over 10 years old and can answer for themselves could be ready for confirmation, but the right time for you might be at any age - you could be in your teens or in your nineties! These records in Ireland generally commence in the 1800's.|
|Aghavilly CI||1849 - 1852|
|Armagh CI (St Marks & Cathedral)||1824, 1828, 1833, 1837, 1840, 1843, 1846, 1849, 1852, 1856, 1859, 1866, 1870|
|Camlough CI||1824, 1828, 1833, 1837, 1840, 1843, 1846, 1849, 1852, 1856, 1860, 1863, 1866, 1870, 1873, 1876, 1878, 1879, 1882, 1888, 1890, 1945|
|Creggan CI||1840, 1843, 1846, 1849, 1852, 1856, 1859, 1863, 1866|
|Derrynoose CI||1833, 1843, 1846, 1849, 1852, 1856, 1859, 1863, 1866, 1870, 1876, 1879|
|Drumbanagher CI||1849, 1866|
|Eglish CI||1824, 1828, 1833, 1837, 1840, 1843, 1846, 1849, 1852, 1894, 1897, 1900, 1903, 1906, 1909, 1912, 1915, 1918, 1921, 1924, 1927, 1930, 1933|
|Grange CI||1824, 1828, 1833, 1837, 1840, 1843, 1846, 1856, 1859, 1863, 1866|
|Keady CI||1824, 1828, 1833, 1837, 1840, 1843, 1846, 1849, 1856, 1859|
|Loughgall CI||1824, 1828, 1833, 1837, 1840, 1846, 1849, 1852, 1856, 1859, 1863|