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List of military records from Seapatrick, Banbridge for World War I

List of military records from Seapatrick, Banbridge for World War I – both those who died and those who survived.

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Register of First Antrim Presbyterian Church. Marriages from 1675-1736

Register of First Antrim Presbyterian Church. Marriages from 1675-1736.

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Register of First Antrim Presbyterian Church. Baptisms from 1677-1733

Register of First Antrim Presbyterian Church. Baptisms from 1677-1733.

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A list of Residents in Banbridge and neighbourhood who signed a Petition to Parliament (1828) in favour of Catholic Emancipation.

A list of Residents in Banbridge and neighbourhood who signed a Petition to Parliament (1828) in favour of Catholic Emancipation.

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A list of the Mills on the Bann in 1837, listing the Townland, Proprieter, Tenant

A list of the Mills on the Bann in 1837, listing the Townland, Proprieter, Tenant, Date Built, and the Fall of Water Height. Compiled from MSS. correspondence of Ordnance Map.

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Members of Parliament for County Down, 1585-1885

Members of Parliament for County Down from 1585-1885.

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A List of People Holding Railway Shares in Irish Railways, 1847

A List of the Names of all Persons holding Railway Shares in any of the Irish Railways on the 1st of February 1847.

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A List of subscribers to the book ‘Heterogenea’ or ‘Medley for the Benefit of the Poor’, 1803

Heterogenea or Medley for the Benefit of the Poor, by John Moore Johnston Esqr. A list of subscribers to this book, printed in 1803.

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List of those who had petitioned for, claimed, personally demanded or were refused Freedom of Corporation of Coleraine, 1801-1832

A Return of the several Persons who had petitioned for, claimed or personally demanded the Freedom of the Corporation of Coleraine and of those who were refused admittance to the same, from the 1st of January 1801 to the 1st of January 1832

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Directory of the Gentry, Clergy, Linen Drapers and Farmers, of which Banbridge and Loughbrickland were the Post Towns, 1823

Directory of the Gentry, Clergy, Linen Drapers and Farmers, of which Banbridge and Loughbrickland were the Post Towns (abstracted from Ireland Exhibited to England. By A. Atkinson. London: Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, 1823) Note: Most of the places named are still in existence, but few of the owners’ or occupiers’ descendants are now in possession.

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