|Ireland||Contents||Information related to all of County Antrim||Towns and Parishes|
"Antrim, a county of Ireland, in the province of Ulster, 46 Irish miles long, and 27 broad; bounded on the E and N by the sea, W by Londonderry and Lough Neagh, and S by Down. This county contains 605 Irish or 972 English square miles, 387,200 Irish plantation acres, equal to 622,059 English ones, 21,222 houses and 261,601 inhabitants. In it is situated a great natural curiosity called the Giant's Causeway, consisting of lofty pillars of basaltes, all of angular shapes. The linen manufacture is carried on very extensively in this county. It sends five members to parliament. The principal rivers are the Bann and Lagan. The principal towns are Belfast, Carrickfergus, Antrim, Lisburn, Ballymena, and Ballymoney. The assizes are held at Carrickfergus."
[From The New London Gazetteer (1826)]
Co.Antrim 1851 Census - Click on the 1851 Irish Census Link
Co.Antrim Roman Catholic Records -- Dates and Locations
County Antrim Homepage
Internet Northern Ireland - County Antrim Tourist Guide
Northern Ireland Tourist Board - illustrated descriptive pages on County Antrim and Exploring County Antrim
According to Fianna, there are Slater Directories for 1846, 1856, 1870, 1881 and 1894.
Antrim Borough Council has an excellent website about the 1798 Battle of Antrim.
1798 Ireland - An article taken from The Life and Times of Mary Ann McCracken by Mary O'Neill.
Brief History of St Patricks Church - Templepatrick.
Carrickfergus and District HIstorical Society Journal (annual)
Mrs. D. Corcoran, 64 Knocksallagh Gardans, Greenisland, Carrickfergus BT38 85P
East Belfast Historical Society(twice yearly),
The Hon. Treasurer, 1 Sydenham Drive, Belfast BT4 2AX
Lisburn Historical Society Journal (annual),
The Editor, Town Hall, Castle Street, Lisburn, Co. Antrim
The Local History Directory - Ireland, Federation of Ulster Local Studies. The Administrator, 18 May Street, Belfast, BT1 4NL
Edited by Brian Randell and updated 15 April 2006 by Richard White.