Ballyboys Civil Parish
The following information is a starting point for records about the civil parish of Ballyboys. The information is based on locations and records before the Irish Civil War in 1922.
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Note that some of the Catholic parish registers of this county have been indexed by Meath Heritage Centre and by the Armagh Ancestry. A search of the index will be conducted by these centers for a fee. Those indexed by Armagh Ancestry are indicated as "Indexed by AA." Microfilm copies of all registers are also available in the National Library of Irleand (NKI), and through the LDS library system.
Parish: Lordship see Ballymascanlon: Diocese: Armagh. Earliest records: birth 1.1838; marriage 1.1838;
Status: Records held by local church; National Library of Ireland (microfilm); Indexed by Armagh Ancestry (to 1900)
The Catholic parish of Lordship and Ballymascanlon is now called Ravensdale. It includes the civil parish of Ballyboy and part of Ballymascanlon.
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