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=== History<br> ===
 
=== History<br> ===
  
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Castleterra is a parish in the barony of Upper Loughtree. The living is a rectory and vicarage, in the diocese of Kilmore, and in the patronage of the Bishop.<br>
  
 
=== Localities<br> ===
 
=== Localities<br> ===
  
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The parish of Castleterra is surrounded by the parishes of Annagelliff, Annagh, Drung, and urney. It is in the poor law union of Cavan.
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To discover the townlands that are within boundaries of this parish, go to the following website:
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http://www.seanruad.com
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=== Maps and gazetteers  ===
 
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=== Cemeteries  ===
 
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Cemeteries are located in Castleterra and Town Parks, with Roman Catholic cemeteries in both places.  
  
 
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Name(s) of ecclesiastical parish, records, availability, archive, online indexes, notes. <br>
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The Roman Catholic parish of Castletara follows the same boundaries of Castleterra and is in the diocese of Kilmore. <br>
  
 
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=== Civil Registration  ===
 
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Government registration of births and deaths began in 1864. Registration of Protestant marriages began in 1845, with all marriages being registered by 1864. Go to the [[Ireland Civil Registration|Ireland Civil Registration]] article to read more about these records.
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Government registration of births and deaths began in 1864. Registration of Protestant marriages began in 1845, with all marriages being registered by 1864. Go to the [[Ireland Civil Registration|Ireland Civil Registration]] article to read more about these records.  
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=== <span id="fck_dom_range_temp_1331421713786_771">Genealogy</span>  ===
 
=== <span id="fck_dom_range_temp_1331421713786_771">Genealogy</span>  ===
  
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&nbsp;Add any information on Genealogy here. De Breffny, Brian. Humphreys of Knockford, Co. Cavan. A short lineage of George Humphrey and his two sons William and George, covers years 1717-1918, Article in The Irish Ancestor, vol. XIII no. 2, 1981 pages 88-90. Family History Library Ref. 941.5 B2i  
De Breffny, Brian. Humphreys of Knockford, Co. Cavan. A short lineage of George Humphrey and his two sons William and George, covers years 1717-1918, Article in The Irish Ancestor, vol. XIII no. 2, 1981 pages 88-90. Family History Library Ref. 941.5 B2i
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=== Land records  ===
 
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Revision as of 17:24, 1 November 2012

Ireland Gotoarrow.png County Armagh Gotoarrow.png Castleterra Civil Parish

The following information is a starting point for records about the civil parish of Castleterra. The information is based on locations and records before 1922.

Historical Overview

History

Castleterra is a parish in the barony of Upper Loughtree. The living is a rectory and vicarage, in the diocese of Kilmore, and in the patronage of the Bishop.

Localities

The parish of Castleterra is surrounded by the parishes of Annagelliff, Annagh, Drung, and urney. It is in the poor law union of Cavan.

To discover the townlands that are within boundaries of this parish, go to the following website:

http://www.seanruad.com


Maps and gazetteers

Add a Web site link for a map or gazetteer site, and/or add a printed source. Read more about maps and gazetteers.

Records

Cemeteries

Cemeteries are located in Castleterra and Town Parks, with Roman Catholic cemeteries in both places.

Census

The purpose of a census was to gather information about people who lived in an area. While the government began census taking in 1821, only fragments exist before 1901. Censuses for 1901 and 1911 are available. Read more about the records in the Ireland Census article.

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Church records

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Catholic

The Roman Catholic parish of Castletara follows the same boundaries of Castleterra and is in the diocese of Kilmore.

Church of Ireland

Name(s) of ecclesiastical parish, records, availability, archive, online indexes, notes.

Presbyterian

Name(s) of ecclesiastical parish, records, availability, archive, online indexes, notes.

Methodist

Name(s) of ecclesiastical parish, records, availability, archive, online indexes, notes.

Society of Friends

Name(s) of ecclesiastical parish, records, availability, archive, online indexes, notes.

Others

Name(s) of ecclesiastical parish, records, availability, archive, online indexes, notes.

Civil Registration

Government registration of births and deaths began in 1864. Registration of Protestant marriages began in 1845, with all marriages being registered by 1864. Go to the Ireland Civil Registration article to read more about these records.

Genealogy

 Add any information on Genealogy here. De Breffny, Brian. Humphreys of Knockford, Co. Cavan. A short lineage of George Humphrey and his two sons William and George, covers years 1717-1918, Article in The Irish Ancestor, vol. XIII no. 2, 1981 pages 88-90. Family History Library Ref. 941.5 B2i

Land records

The Registry of Deeds started in 1708. Land transactions were recorded, including immovable property passed on in a will and property given to a daughter at her marriage. Read more about these records in the Ireland Land and Property article.

Probate records

Probate dealt with the property of a deceased person. Read more about these records in the Ireland Probate Records article.

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School records

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Tax records

The valuation of property for tax purposes was started in the 1840s by Richard Griffith. A tax paid to the church, call Tithe Applotments, began in the 1820s. Read about these records in the Ireland Taxation and Ireland Land and Property articles. Add records for this parish that you know about.

Web Sites

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Further Reading

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