About Kilmacteige Parish LDS Microfiches.

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 Item 13 of Film 1279231:

 

 

Film 101251 is just the index, but the data of BMDs for Kilmacteige Parish is on Film 1279231  — various items – as shown below (use search in your browser to find keywords/surnames)….

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GINTY

Source: LDS films #1279231 Item 2

Surnames Ginty and McCarrick——

Year       Date              Husband/Wife              Witnesses              “Place”
1860       May 6              ______ Loughlin              James Ginty
Nappy Ginty              Margaret Mullarky
1861       February 3       James McCarrick              Thomas Smith
Elizabeth Coriman       Mary Ginty
February 12       John Ford              Thomas Loftus
Mary Smith              Sarah Ginty
August 26       Charles Moffit              M. _____
Mary Ann Feely              Mary Ginty
1862       February 25       James Ginty              John O’Donnelly
Bridget Quinn              Bridget Gallagher
February 27       Hugh Feely              Pat _____
Bridget ______              Mary Ginty
February 27       Pat Gettins              Pat _____
Bridget Hunt              Mary Ginty
1863       October 12       Andrew Ginty              Jas/Thos Ginty
Margaret Finan              Catherine Henry
1864       April 13       Bartly Ginty              John ______
Mary Moffitt              Bridget ______
1865       February 6       Pat Feely              John Burke
Mary McCarrick              Catherine Henry
February 12       Pat Quinn              Pat Quinn
Margaret Ginty              ______ Devine
October 3       Thomas Flynn              Jas. Kilmartin
Catherine McCarrick       Mary Ginty
1867       February 28       Roger O’Hara              Jack O’Hara
Sara Ginty              Honor Smith
1869       November       John Madden              Mary McCarrick
Mary McCarrick              Thomas _____
1872       “late”              Michael McLaughlin       Edward McLaughlin
Anna McCarrick              ____ Smith
1873       After June 23       Daniel Ginty              Catherine Henry
Catherine McCarrick       _____ McDermott
1875       January 6       _____ Walsh              Joseph O’Brien
Catherine Ginty              Catherine Smith
1876       After April 10       Patrick Ginty              _____ Ginty
Honor Feely              Anna Feely
1878       February 26       Augustus ______              Patrick Walsh
Mary McCarrick              Mary Brennan
May 12              Thomas _____              James _____               Doomore
Eleanor McCarrick       Mary Moffit
July 25              Thomas McCarrick       Patrick O’Conner        Carna…
Eleanor Gallagher       Bridget Walsh
December 28       John McCarrick              Patrick Ginty              Carnaleck
Margaret Henry              Anna Mullarky              Loughill
1879                     Walter(?) _____              Matthew Henry              Masshill
Bridget Ginty              Mary Henry
1884       August 25       Robert Henry              John _____              Carnaleck
Honor McCarrick              Catherine Feely
1887       June 8              Edward Ginty              _____                     Cloonacool
Bridget Mitchell       Catherine _____
1888       March 19       D____ McEntyre              Pat McCarrick              Doomore
Bridget McCarrick       Bridget McCarrick
1890       August 18       Patrick Henry              James _____              Masshill
Catherine Ginty              Catherine _____
October 19       Barth. McCarrick       _____                     Tubbercurry
Catherine Feely              _____
1892       February 11       James McCarrick              James McGuire
Catherine _____              Cath. Johnstone
April 18       Johannes _____              Patrick Gallagher
Mary Ginty              Bridget Ginty
SLIGOHOME
WGW Sligo County, Ireland
contributor & transcriber: Tom McGinty
[email protected]

Marriages, Parish of Tubbercurry, Sligo 1859 – 1892

Source: LDS films #1279231 Item 2

This is a list of all occurances of the surnames Ginty and McCarrick that I came across in my examination of this film. There is no guarantee that I caught all of them. Also, the surname Ginty may have been spelled Genty, Geenty or Guinty depending on the parish priest recording the name. I have chosen to spell the name Ginty in all cases.

Year       Date              Husband/Wife              Witnesses              “Place”
1860       May 6              ______ Loughlin              James Ginty
Nappy Ginty              Margaret Mullarky
1861       February 3       James McCarrick              Thomas Smith
Elizabeth Coriman       Mary Ginty
February 12       John Ford              Thomas Loftus
Mary Smith              Sarah Ginty
August 26       Charles Moffit              M. _____
Mary Ann Feely              Mary Ginty
1862       February 25       James Ginty              John O’Donnelly
Bridget Quinn              Bridget Gallagher
February 27       Hugh Feely              Pat _____
Bridget ______              Mary Ginty
February 27       Pat Gettins              Pat _____
Bridget Hunt              Mary Ginty
1863       October 12       Andrew Ginty              Jas/Thos Ginty
Margaret Finan              Catherine Henry
1864       April 13       Bartly Ginty              John ______
Mary Moffitt              Bridget ______
1865       February 6       Pat Feely              John Burke
Mary McCarrick              Catherine Henry
February 12       Pat Quinn              Pat Quinn
Margaret Ginty              ______ Devine
October 3       Thomas Flynn              Jas. Kilmartin
Catherine McCarrick       Mary Ginty
1867       February 28       Roger O’Hara              Jack O’Hara
Sara Ginty              Honor Smith
1869       November       John Madden              Mary McCarrick
Mary McCarrick              Thomas _____
1872       “late”              Michael McLaughlin       Edward McLaughlin
Anna McCarrick              ____ Smith
1873       After June 23       Daniel Ginty              Catherine Henry
Catherine McCarrick       _____ McDermott
1875       January 6       _____ Walsh              Joseph O’Brien
Catherine Ginty              Catherine Smith
1876       After April 10       Patrick Ginty              _____ Ginty
Honor Feely              Anna Feely
1878       February 26       Augustus ______              Patrick Walsh
Mary McCarrick              Mary Brennan
May 12              Thomas _____              James _____               Doomore
Eleanor McCarrick       Mary Moffit
July 25              Thomas McCarrick       Patrick O’Conner        Carna…
Eleanor Gallagher       Bridget Walsh
December 28       John McCarrick              Patrick Ginty              Carnaleck
Margaret Henry              Anna Mullarky              Loughill
1879                     Walter(?) _____              Matthew Henry              Masshill
Bridget Ginty              Mary Henry
1884       August 25       Robert Henry              John _____              Carnaleck
Honor McCarrick              Catherine Feely
1887       June 8              Edward Ginty              _____                     Cloonacool
Bridget Mitchell       Catherine _____
1888       March 19       D____ McEntyre              Pat McCarrick              Doomore
Bridget McCarrick       Bridget McCarrick
1890       August 18       Patrick Henry              James _____              Masshill
Catherine Ginty              Catherine _____
October 19       Barth. McCarrick       _____                     Tubbercurry
Catherine Feely              _____
1892       February 11       James McCarrick              James McGuire
Catherine _____              Cath. Johnstone
April 18       Johannes _____              Patrick Gallagher
Mary Ginty              Bridget Ginty
SLIGOHOME

 

MAYO COUNTY-  NEAR Co. Sligo Border near  Swinford

 

 

Civil Parish Killedan
Barony Gallen
Poor Law Union Swineford
Catholic Diocese Achonry
Catholic Parish Killedan (Kiltimagh)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Griffith’s Ordn S 80 lot 1c: Garryroe: CLARKE, James Land and house in undivided 92 acres leased from Earl of Lucan.

 

 

 

 

others

FHL 926022. 41 parishes in Sligo were combined into 25

 

Taunagh (Riverstown) Parish, Elphin Diocese
LDS Microfilm Roll # 0989737

 

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Another Catholic Church records for the Kilmacteige Parish – St. Attracta’s is item 13 (out of I think it has 30+ “Items”) on microfilm #1279231 and if memory serves, thisare copies of then existing records.The LDS film # 1279231 is a high magnification film (42x) of hand-written records (both transcripts and original registers) of Kilmactigue,  Parish, 845-1956.

Another Catholic Church records for the Kilmacteige Parish – St. Attracta’s is item 13 (out of I think it has 30+ “Items”) on microfilm #1279231 and if memory serves, this is a copy of then existing records done by the parish Priest in the 1920s and is legible.

LDS/FHL Film No. 1279231, item #14 has Curry, Co. Sligo.,

LDS/FHL film no. 1279231, item #15 (Baptisms — Curry
Parish).

Vital Records Index – British Isles
(VRI-BI)

 

LDS Baptism Record 1279231 Item 8 Kilmacteige Sligo

LDS/FHL Baptisms 1279231 Item 7 Kilmacteige Sligo

The records have been used most frequently by those Researching Surnames in Kilmacteige Parish – below are several sections that have been transcribed — but the formatting is in need of work — use the “search” function or your “find” function in the browser to search this page due to bad formatting.

The original Church registers were filmed decades ago, by Mormon Missionaries to Ireland, decades after they were created. I am researching the History of this (when, where filmed, ect.) as some records have considerable “readability problems” and bleed-through from the old pens/ink.

It is HARD WORK to Transcribed — to look at page images, for hours, and zoom in and zoom out sometimes to ascertain LETTERS/CHARACTERS to finish each Surname, Christian Name, Sponsor Names, and Witnesses is difficult (need funding to do all 600-700 pages) – BUT it is invaluable data We with Ancestors in this area of South Sligo NEED. The last file is pre-1900s but  NOT transcribed in full yet — I have tried multiple times to finish the work – but we need to get a school project, or retirement societies – to find 10-100 (or more) people to share the work load to enter this data into computer files (as computers cannot yet transcribe text from photos of handwritten cursive writing (reliably) – but it is getting there. And without being able to re-coup any investiment in time and equipment it will probably not be a commercial venture.

The LDS library catalog characterizes the Kilmacteigue/Kilmacteige Parish records (Items 7-13) as “poor” quality:

Unfortunately, while transcripts of baptisms, 1845-1880 and marriages, 1848-1881 are also filmed as FHL BRITISH Film 926015, the other original registers are only available (as far as I know) on 1279231.

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