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Kilhorne Church of Ireland

Churches and graveyards of Co. Down K...-W...

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Kilbroney Kilclief Kilcoo Kilhorne Kilkeel Killaney Killinchy Killyleagh Kilmegan Kilmood
Kilmore Kilwarlin Knockbreda Lambeg Loughinisland Maghera Magheradrool Magherahamlet Magheralin
Magherally Magheratimpany Moira Mourne Newry Newtownards Rathmullan Saintfield Saul
Seapatrick Shankill Slanes Strangford Tullylish Tullynakill Tyrella Warrenpoint Witter

 

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Parish & Map Ref Church Information
Kilbroney
29:18/18
Church of Ireland in church St, Rostrevor; click here for a photo of the 'new' church .
Kilbroney Presbyterian in Mary St, Rostrevor; click here for a photo .
Kilbroney Quaker in Newtown GIPR
Kilbroney Union Prayer Meeting house in Rostrevor in 1863; no graveyard GIC; GV
Kilbroney
29:18/18
Catholic;
St. Mary's Star of the Sea
in Rostrevor; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilbroney
29: 19/20

old Catholic;
St Bruno's

in Rostrevor; NE of town on the road between Rostrevor and Hilltown; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilbroney
29: 21/15
Killowen Catholic Chapel in Ballyedmond townland, on the main road between Kilkeel and Rostrevor; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilbroney graveyard there is a municipal graveyard off Church St, Rostrevor called Knotty Ash GIC;GV
Kilclief
21:60/46
Church of Ireland on a hill overlooking the sea and village, near the old castle; click here for a photo and more information .
Saul / Kilclief
21: 58/45
Catholic;
St. Malacy's
in Ballywooden townland near the coast; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilclief
21:51/36
Catholic; Our Lady Star of the Sea in Rossglass; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilclief old Catholic in Ballyorgan townland; called Cappel -na-coole in 1663 which means 'chapel at the back of the hill'; the west gable was still standing in 1878 O'L V1 p 201
Kilcoo
29:38/32
Church of Ireland; St. John's Chapel of Ease in Shore Rd, Newcastle; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilcoo
29:35/33

Church of Ireland; parish church

in Bryansford village, Ballyhafry townland; click here to see a photo and more information .
Kilcoo Church of Ireland;
St. Colman's
in Tullybrannigan Road, Newcastle ; small chapel with large graveyard in grounds; click herefor a photo  
Kilcoo Church of Ireland in Slievenalargy townland; no graveyard GIC
Kilcoo
29:38/32
Presbyterian in Castle Park, (now Main Street) Newcastle, Ballaghbeg townland;click here for a photo and more information .
Kilcoo
29:18/18
Methodist first church in Newcastle, in Shore Road ;click here for a photo and more information .
Kilcoo Elim Pentecostal in Newcastle; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilcoo
29:35/33

Catholic;
St. Patrick's

in Bryansford village, Ballyhafry townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilcoo
29:28/33

Catholic:
St. Malacy's

Kilcoo village, in Ballymoney townland on the road between Rathfriland and Downpatrick; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilcoo
29:18/18

Catholic; St Mary's of the Assumption

at the northern end of Main St ,Newcastle, Ballaghbeg townland; click here for a photo and more infomration .
Kilcoo

ancient parish church

first mentioned in 1291 ;photoavailable KPCB p24
Kilhorne Kilkeel a small Church of Ireland parish formed in 1884; see under Kilkeel PNNI V3 p 60
Kilkeel
29: 30/15
Church of Ireland;
Christ Church
in Newry St, Kilkeel town, in Magheramurphy townland; click here for a photo and more information  
Kilkeel
29:37/19
Church of Ireland called Kilhorne just S of Annalong in Moneydarragh more townland, on the shore; click here for a photo and more information
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Kilkeel
29:31/14
old parish church & graveyard in the centre of town; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilkeel
29:30/15

Mourne Presbyterian

is NW of Greencastle St, Kilkeel town, in Magheramurphy townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilkeel Kilkeel Presbyterian in Meeting House Lane, Kilkeel ; click here for a photo .
Kilkeel Presbyterian in Annalong village, Moneydarraghmore townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilkeel

Presbyterian; Seceders

in Kilkeel town V3 p 47 OSM
Kilkeel
29: 34/17
Presbyterian in Ballymartin townland, very small and in need of repair in 1836; holds 100 people; graveyard attached V3 p 49 OSM; GIC
Kilkeel Moravian;
The Church of The United Bretheren
in Newcastle St, Kilkeel; started in Kilkeel in 1763 under the patronage of the Needham family ; at the back of the Presbyterian church; now part of the Alfred Eadie Hall; the community declined when they met at the Newry Street end of town in 1817 but gathered together again in 1828; their leader was Brother James O'Harril; new church built 1832; a small, plain building with a few forms inside to hold 200 people with an average attendance in 1836 of 50; the minister in 1863 was Rev. Mr. Humberstone & in 1886 Rev. J.W. Davey & i n 1908 Rev. James Land; ; the last service was held in 1915; baptisms 1834-1914, marriages 1834-1857 & 1863-1912, burials 1834- 1912; graveyard attached, gravestone inscriptions available UHF Vol 10
POD; GIC; V10 MIs;V3 p 47, 49 OSM; PPNZ; HOTC p106
Kilkeel

Mourne Abbey

north of the Newry Road; foundation of Moravians dating from 1763; community led by Brother James O'Harril 1797 to 1807; buildings sold in 1817; no records available;graveyard covered over, only one gravestones UHF Vol 10 for O'Harril ; email me for a gravestone look-up MIs
Kilkeel Methodist in Moneydarragh More townland near Annalong; in 1910 the ministers were Rev. W. Maguire & Rev. C. Baskin; no graveyard GIC; POD
Kilkeel
29: 34/17

Catholic:
St. Joseph's

in Ballymartin townland on the western side of the coast road ; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilkeel
29:37/22
Catholic; St. Mary's in Glasdrumman townland; on the western side of the Newcastle to Kilkeel road; click here for a photo and more information; also called Dunmore
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Kilkeel
29: 29/15

Catholic:
St Colman's

called Massforth; in Ballymageogh/ Dunnaman townland 3km NW of Kilkeel on Rostrevor road; click here for a photo and more information
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Kilkeel
Catholic:
St Colman's
in the centre of Kilkeel; on the site of an ancient rath & the general graveyard; a very old church destroyed during the wars of 1649 & replaced by Church of Ireland church ;click here for a photo and more information
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Kilkeel Catholic; Holy Cross in Attical townland; modern church .
Kilkeel Catholic; Our Lady of Lourdes in Grange townland; opened in 1926 JMLSG 2010 p14
Kilkeel
29:24/14
Catholic graveyard
Tamlaght
in Lisnacree townland, on the Rostrevor to Greencastle road; ancient church founded by St. Thuan in St. Patrick's time (5th century) ; the church was a ruin by 1622; continued to be used as a graveyard; the name Tamlaght means plague burial ; only 5 stones; oldest stone 1781; gravestone inscriptions available UHF Vol 10; email me for a gravestone look-up
V10 MIs; O'L V1 p 9,10;GV
Kilkeel
 29; 24/12
old Catholic;
St. Mary's
called Kilnagreinan; on Greencastle Point near the old castle; the west gable dates from 16-17th centuries; traces of a belltower; in 1836 all that remained were some ruined walls and one small gable with an arched entrance. It was supposed to have been one of St. Patrick's churches; once the main church in the area with Kilmegan, Kilcoo & Tamlaght under its control; A few people are buried there; no surviving gravestones; photo available in UHF Vol 10
V3 p 49 OSM; V10 MIs ; O'L V1 p 8,10; JMLSG 2010 p14
Kilkeel
Catholic;
St. Mary's
also called Killnahattin; in Ballaghanery Upper near Bloody Bridge & near the site of the ancient Catholic chapel c. 1100; in 1878 parts of the gable were still intact; the graveyard was used in 19th century for unbaptised babies and unknown vagrants; photo available
GIC; O'L V1 p 11, 29; MO15/12/2010 p10
Kilkeel Burying Banks attached to Union Workhouse to bury inmates from 1840- 1950s; next to Aughrim River & Mourne Hospital MO29/8/2007 p42,43
Kilkeel graveyard in Ballykeel townland GIC:
Killaney
20:34/60
Church of Ireland;
St. Andrews
in Carrickmaddyroe townland on the corner of Carricknaveagh Road; click here to see a photo and more information .
Killaney
20:36/60
1st Boardmills Presbyterian in Carrickmaddyroe townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Killaney 2nd Boardmills Presbyterian in Carrickmaddyroe townland at the western end of the street; click here for a photo and more information
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Killaney Presbyterian; 3rd or
Scotch Seceding
in Carrickmaddyroe townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Killaney graveyard Killaney in Killaney townland near Bow Lough; click here for a photo and more information
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Killinchy
21: 51/61
Church of Ireland
at the north end of the village of Killinchy on top of a hill with views of Strangford Lough ; click here for a photo and more information
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Killinchy 1st Presbyterian;
in Balloo townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Killinchy
21: 50/61
2nd Presbyterian; Reformed in Ballymacashen townland on the Killinchy to Saintfield road; click here for a photo and more information
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Killinchy Presbyterian;
Non Subscribing
in Balloo townland; click here for a photo and more information
PE
Killinchy
21:47/57
Presbyterian in Raffrey townland ; on the Saintfield/Killyleagh Road; click here for a photo and more information
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Killinchy
21:43/64

Presbyterian; Trinitarian or Unitarian

in Church Hill, Ballygowan village ; click here for a photo and more information
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Killinchy
21:42/63
Presbyterian; Non Subscribing or Unitarian in Ravara townland on the Ballygowan/Saintfield Road; click here for a photo and more information
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Killinchy
21: 50/61
Presbyterian; Unitarian- Non Subscribing in Ballyministragh townland, Kilmood; NW of Balloo crossroads; foundation stone 14 Jun 1845; the church was built in 1846 and the earliest date of death on any stone is 1849;graveyard attached;gravestone inscriptions Vol 5 UHF; email me for a gravestone look-up
DR; MIs
Killinchy Free Presbyterian in Ballygowan village; on the Belfast Road; built 1890 .
Killinchy
21:44/61
Catholic;
St Joseph's
in Carrickmannon townland near the crossroads; click here for a photo and more information
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Killinchy
21:54/59
ancient Catholic in Ringhaddy townland on an off shore island; an ancient ruined building built by one of the Savage family, near Ringhaddy Castle V7 p89, 92 OSM; O'L V1 p 345
Killinchy
21: 45/61
old, mainly Catholic graveyard site of a medieval church; called Kilcairn, Kilcarn or Kilkeeran; in Drumreagh townland ; on the north side of the Saintfield/Killinchy Road;oldest stone is 1757; still used for internments in 1833; gravestone inscriptions available UHF Vol 5 ; email me for a gravestone look-up
V5 MI; V 7 p 91 OSM; GIC; O'L V1 p 347
Killinchy
old graveyard 
Killinakin, gravestone inscriptions available UHF Vol 5; email me for a gravestone look-up
GIC
Killyleagh Church of Ireland;
St. John the Evangelist
in Church Hill St, Killyleagh town at the NE end; click here for a photo and more information .
Killyleagh 1st Presbyterian in Plantation St, in Corporation townland ;click here for a photo and more information .
Killyleagh 2nd Presbyterian in Cow St, Killyleagh; click here for a photo and more information .
Killyleagh Methodist built 1835 by subscriptions & contributions; described as a small house; Sabbath school soiree 20 Sep 1879; Sabbath school 10 Feb 1883; reopening services 16 Jun 1883; harvest thanksgiving 2 Oct 1937 V17 p 80 OSM; DR ; DR*
Killyleagh

Primitive Wesleyan Methodist

in Shore St, Killyleagh; click here a photo and more information .
Killyleagh

Catholic: St Mary's Star of the Sea

at the southern end of Killyleagh town in Irish Street; no graveyard ; click here for a photo and more information .
Killyleagh
21: 52/57
Catholic: old graveyard at Killaresy ;near Toye townland on Killyleagh/ Comber road; ruins of old church measuring 56x 17 ft & walls 5 ft thick here in 1870; gravestone inscriptions available UHF Vol 6 from 1724; email me for a gravestone look-up
V17 p 83 OSM; O'L V1 p 332 
Killyleagh old graveyard; Killowen in Corporation townland, beside the Castle wall & Dibney's River; the name of the old church was Killowen which means ' church of the hollow' ; the ruins of an old church are in the centre but only the east gable survives above the foundation;the ruined building appears to date from the 15th century and it was out of use by 1622; gravestone incriptions UHF Vol 6; oldest stone 1628; email me for a gravestone look-up; placed on scheduled monuments register 2009 MIs; LM 1994 p48; DR 11/2/2009 p7
Killyleagh old graveyard there is general graveyard in Tullymacnous townland ; gravestones UHF Vol 6; email me for a gravestone look-up GIC
Kilmegan
29:35/36

Church of Ireland;
St. Paul's

in Mill Hill, Castlewellan ; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilmegan 29: 38/37 Church of Ireland;
St. Donard's
in Moneylane townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilmegan
21:40/37
Church of Ireland;
St Donard's
in Dundrum town; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilmegan
29:34/36
Presbyterian in Newcastle Rd, Castlewellan; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilmegan Presbyterian in Clonvaraghan townland; records from 1853 GIPR
Kilmegan Methodist in Dundrum; article 19 Aug 1882; usually used circuit ministers ; the minister in 1910 was Rev. Bertram E. Moran & in 1939 was Rev. A.B. Gibson; records from 1881 DR; GIPR; POD
Kilmegan Methodist; Primitive Wesleyan in Main Street north, Castlewellan; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilmegan
29:34/36

Catholic; St. Malacy's

in Lower Square, Castlewellan; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilmegan
21:40/37

Catholic; Sacred Heart

in Dundrum; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilmegan
20: 35/41
Catholic;
St. Mary of the Angels
in Clanvaraghan townland, on a back road between Castlewellan & Dromara; in the Catholic parish of Drumaroad; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilmegan
29: 37/38
Catholic; St. Mary's in Aghlisnafin townland; click here for a photo and more information
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Kilmegan Catholic there is the ancient church of St. Cillen and graveyard in Wateresk; ancient graveyards are in Carrowbane, Ballywillwill, Drumsillagh Hill in Ballylough & Drumbuckwood just N of Castlewellan& Moneycarragh O'L V1 p 54, 65,66
Kilmood now amalgamated with Killinchy
Church of Ireland;
St Mary's
in Church St, Kilmood townland; on the north side of the Ballygowan /Killinchy road; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilmood Presbyterian- Non Subscribing in Ballyministragh townland; called Killinchy Non Subscribing Presbyterian; foundation stone 14 Jun 1845; the church was built in 1846 and the earliest date of death on any stone is 1849; graveyard attached; gravestones UHF Vol 5; email me for a gravestone look-up DR; GIC

Kilmore
21: 44/51

Church of Ireland;
Christ Church
in Carnacully townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilmore old Church of Ireland in Carnacully townland near the new Church of Ireland;click here for a photo and more infomation .
Kilmore
21:46/52

Presbyterian;
Seceders

called Lissara Presbyterian; in Market Square, Crossgar town; click here to see a photo and more information .
Kilmore
21: 42/53

Kilmore Presbyterian

in Drumaghlis townland south of the road between Killyleagh and Ballynahinch; click here to see a photo and more information .
Kilmore Presbyterian: Unitarian; Non- Subscribing in Rademon townland ; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilmore
21:46/52
Catholic ; Immaculate Conception & St. Joseph's in Downpatrick St, Crossgar ;click here for a photo and more information .
Kilmore
21: 44/51
old Catholic in Kilmore village near the Annacloy River; erected by Rev Richard Curoe 1785 at a cost of £120 & paid for by public contributions; inside there was an altar but no seats therefore it held 330 with 100 as the average attendance; it was replaced by Rev. George Maguire and consecrated 10 Jan 1847; no graveyard; UHF has baptisms 1837-1900 & marriages 1896-1900; the congregation transfered to the new Teconnaught church; now in ruins .V17 p 91 OSM; TIA: GIC; O'L V1 p 336
Kilmore
21: 44/49

Catholic;
Holy Family

in Teconnaught townland;click here for a photo and more information .
Kilmore / Inch

Catholic; The Rocks Chapel

in Magheracranmoney townland; now in ruins; click here for a photo and more information .
Kilmore
21: 45/56
Killybawn old graveyard in Barnamaghery townland ;site of an old Mass Rock & Celtic chapel; also called Killyman; on the side of a hill surrounded by a circular wall & a ring of trees; no remaining ruins; gravestones UHF Vol 3 &13; email me for a gravestone look-up
KCB p 4,24; V1 MIs
Kilwarlin
. see under Hillsborough; this parish was carved out of the parishes of Hillsborough, Dromore & Moira in 1840s
V18 MIs
Knockbreda
Knock & Breda combined in 1658
Church of Ireland
the parish Church; eastern end of Ballymacarrett town in Church Rd, Newtownbreda ;click here for a photo and more information
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Knockbreda Church of Ireland ruins of Knock parish church, in Knock townland;click here for a picture and more information .
Knockbreda Church of Ireland ruins of Breda parish church, in Breda townland in Belvoir Park estate; oldest legible stone 1717 MIs
Knockbreda Church of Ireland St John the Evangelist; in Castlereagh Road, Orangefield;click here for a photo .
Knockbreda Church of Ireland St. Jude's; in Ballynafeigh; Ormeau Rd, Belfast; rebuilt 1873;click here for a photo .
Knockbreda Church of Ireland Willowfield; in Woodstock Rd, Belfast; built 1872; click here for a photo .
Knockbreda Church of Ireland St. Patrick's; Newtownards Road, Ballymacarrett; built in 1893;now part of Belfast;click here for a photo .
Knockbreda Church of Ireland St. Columba's, Knock; in Kings Rd, Belfast; built 1896;click here for a photo .
Knockbreda Church of Ireland St. Donard's; in North Rd, Bloomfield near Beersbridge Rd, Belfast; built in 1912 to replace an earlier iron building; the rector in 1925 was Rev. C. M. Young; email me for a photo DR 8/8/1925; SSCPC p22 ; SCPC p22
Knockbreda Church of Ireland St. Finan's; in Cregagh, now a Belfast suburb;click here for a photo .
Knockbreda Church of Ireland St. Christopher's; in Mersey Street; between Sydenham & Newtownards Roads; now part of Belfast; built 1932; email for a photo .
Knockbreda Church of Ireland St. Martin's; in Kenilworth Place off Newtownards Road; now part of Belfast; built 1932 .
Knockbreda Church of Ireland St. Brigid's; in Glen Rd, Braniel; built 1957; email me for a photo .
Knockbreda Church of Ireland St. Dorothea's; in Gilnahirk townland; built 1965; email me for a photo .
Knockbreda Church of Ireland Church of the Transfiguration in Dunseverick Ave, Belvoir; built 1965; email me for a photo .
Knockbreda Church of Ireland Church of the Pentecost; in Mount Merrion Rd, Belfast near Rosetta/Ormeau Rds; built 1965; email me for a photo .
Knockbreda Church of Ireland St.Brendan's; in Larkfield Rd, Belfast; built 1967; email me for a photo .
Knockbreda Church of Ireland St.Clement's; in Templemore Ave, Belfast; minister in 1902 was Rev William Ralph POD
Knockbreda 1st Presbyterian; Ballymacarrett in Newtownards Rd, Ballymacarret; the church was erected in 1835 and the 1st minister was Rev. John Meneely ordained Mar 1838 ; the church was enlarged and improved ; he became infirm and Rev. William McKean took over 8 Dec 1881 til c. 1902 ; records from 1837 GIPR; CR; POD; OS map 1902 4.11; HCPCI p 57
Knockbreda 2nd Presbyterian- in Ballymacarret; in Mount Pottinger townland; minister in 1902 was Rev. Robert Duff ; records from 1856 GIPR; POD
Knockbreda 3rd Presbyterian- Westbourne in Newtownards Rd, Ballymacarrett opposite Susan Street; new church 3 Nov 1877; first minister was Rev. William McGranahan then Rev. William Witherow in 1883 NC; HCPCI p169
Knockbreda Presbyterian in Gilnahirk townland, on a road running SW from Kings Rd, Knock; click here for a photo and more information .
Knockbreda Presbyterian in Castlereagh townland on the peak of Castlereagh hill;1 km W of the Belfast to Ballygowan road; click here for a photo and more information .
Knockbreda Presbyterian in Newtownbreda; built in 1834 as an offshoot of Fisherwick Church, Belfast; the congregation first met in William Magee's house then a cottage with a small platform & pulpit of sods then used the Methodist chapel in Ballynafeigh; Mr. Morgan of Belfast built the new church; parishioners who held seats in the former meeting house were obliged to raise £300; £1,400 was raised; it was poorly designed & fell down but was rebuilt in 1842 in Gothic style; capable of holding 800 people with an average attendance of 700 in 1832; the 1st minister was Rev. Andrew Crawford assisted by Rev. Woods then from 1862- 1921, Rev. Robert Workman; Sunday School & Mothers' Club held in church hall attached to the manse;ist Presbyterian church in Ireland to have an organ; communion table cloth and brass ornaments stolen from church 20 Dec 1834; Bazaar for the Manse 23 Jun 1877; records from 1845 V7 p 101 OSM; NH; DR; GIPR ; RWN p 71-80
Knockbreda Presbyterian; McQuiston Memorial Church/ Willowfield in Castlereagh Road near Leitrim Street ; opened early 1890s; Rev. T. R. Ballintine was minister 1893- 1910 Iris Frizzell; POD; OS map 1902 4.11
Knockbreda Presbyterian in Ravenhill Road; minister in 1902 was Rev John Ross POD
Knockbreda Presbyterian;
Unitarian; Non Subscribing
in Castlereagh St, Mountpottinger; congregation founded in 1862; minister in 1902 was Rev. W.J. Davies ; try http://www.nspresbyterian.org/churches/church21/churchdetail.htm POD
Knockbreda Presbyterian in 28-30 Cregagh Road; their 1st minister in 1903 was Rev. David Stewart PE
Knockbreda old Methodist eastern end of Ballymacarret town V7 p98,99 OSM
Knockbreda Primitive Methodist in Ballymacarrett; preachers in 1852 were Rev. Messrs. McFann & Wilson with Alexander Magill as caretaker POD
Knockbreda Wesleyan Methodist in Ballymacarrett near Beaver Hall ; preachers in 1852 were Rev. Messrs. Lupton & Bailey with John Sykes as caretaker POD
Knockbreda new Methodist in Newtownards Road; the minister in 1902 was Rev William E. Daly V7 p98, 99 OSM; POD ; OS map 1902 4.11
Knockbreda Methodist in Templemore Ave, Mountpottinger; minister in 1902 was Rev James Stewart POD
Knockbreda Methodist cnr Castlereagh Road & Clara Streets; the minister in 1902 was Rev Charles Wilson POD ; OS map 1902 4.11
Knockbreda Methodist in Newtownbreda; no graveyard GIC
Knockbreda Knock Methodist in Knock Road opposite Knockdene Park; minister in 1902 was Rev. Wesley Guard POD; OS map 1902 5.09
Knockbreda Methodist on Newtownards Road, Ballymacarret area; called Westbourne Methodist in 1910 POD
Knockbreda Baptist Tabernacle in Templemore Ave, Mountpottinger; pastor in 1902 was Rev. A. Jardine POD
Knockbreda Congregational (Independent) Church in Albertbridge Rd, near the bridge , East Belfast ; minister in 1902 was Rev.J. Cregan POD; OS map 1902 4.11
Knockbreda Catholic
St. Matthew's
in Bryson Street, off Newtownards Rd, Ballymacarrett, Belfast BT5 4ES; click here for a photo and more information .
Knockbreda Catholic; Good Shepherd Church 511 Ormeau Rd, Belfast BT7 3GS; Tel 9064 1064 fax 9064 9176; 20th century .
Knockbreda Catholic; St. Anthony's Presbytery 4 Willowfield Crescent , Belfast BT6 8HP ;Tel 9045 8158 fax 9046 9090 ; 20th century .
Lambeg Church of Ireland most of the churches in this parish would be in Co. Antrim; records from 1810 GIPR
Lambeg
20:29/64
Hillhall Presbyterian in Lisnatrunk townland, on Newtownbreda to Lisburn road; built 1764 & rebuilt 1826 when Rev. Samuel. Dunlop was minister; The minister in 1877 was Rev. James Dawson Crawford & 1883-1906 was Rev. Robert Robson; records from 1866, graveyard nearby; gravestones UHF Vol 1; oldest stone 1842; email me for a gravestone look-up; it's the earliest Seceeding church in Lisburn area; rebuilt 1910 in Art Noveau style
GIPR ; V1 MIs; ACOC p55; PE; GIC
Lambeg Catholic: St Colman's Queensway, Lambeg, Lisburn BT27 4QS .
Lambeg old graveyard a general graveyard in Lisnatrunk townland GIC

Loughinisland
21:41/42

Church of Ireland in Seaforde village, Naghan townland,Newcastle Road; click here for a photo and more information .
Loughinisland
21:42/45
Catholic & Church of Ireland 3 ancient churches on the island :click here for a photo and more information .
Loughinisland
21:41/40

1st Presbyterian:
Old Light Sect

in Clough village; click here for a photo and more information .
Loughinisland
21:41/40

2nd Presbyterian; Non Subscribing / Unitarian

in Clough village, on Castlewellan Rd: click here for a photo and more information .
Loughinisland
21:41/42

Presbyterian

in Naghan townland near Seaforde village; click here for a photo and more information .
Loughinisland Presbyterian in Drumaroad townland; records from 1853 GIPR
Loughinisland Primitive Methodist Society meeting at Clough 2 Mar 1839 DR

Loughinisland
21:42/45

Catholic:
St. Macartans

in Tievenadarragh townland, Loughinisland village; click here for a photo & more information .
Loughinisland
20:37/44

Catholic;
St. John the Baptist

in Drumaroad townland ; SE of the road between Castlewellan & Ballynahinch; click here for a photo and more information .
Loughinisland old Catholic in Farranfad; site of an ancient chapel called Pipers Forth & Chapel of Kenles; the gravestones were used to form the foundations of a nearby house; paths led to it from Magheralaggan and one from Nutgrove LCB p16; O'L V1 p 89
Loughinisland old Catholic in Farranfad; site of a church, graveyard and ancient well called Tubberdoney; locally callled Killyclough O'L V1 p 89,90
Loughinisland old Catholic ancient chapel & graveyard in Tannaghmore, called Shankill & in Magheralone townland an ancient chapel & graveyard called Shankill or Killylone LCB p 17; O'L V1 p 92
Loughinisland old Catholic the ancient chapel of Rathcath stood near the rath in Clough; by 1622 it was in ruins & the graveyard has been ploughed up
O'L V1 p117
Maghera
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Church of Ireland in Maghera village, Carnacavill townland, ;ancient round tower in the grounds ; click here for a photo and more information
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Maghera 29: 34/34 Presbyterian & Church of Ireland graveyard in Drumee townland on Newcastle road; click here for a photo and more information .
Maghera Methodist in Ballyginny townland; no graveyard GIC

Magheradrool
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old Church of Ireland & Catholic

1km SE of Ballynahinch on the Crabtree Road; click here for a photo and more information .
Magheradrool
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Church of Ireland; parish church in Church St, Ballynahinch ;at the southern end on the Castlewellan road; click here for a photo and more information ; .
Magheradrool
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1st Presbyterian in Windmill St, Ballynahinch;click here for a photo and more information .
Magheradrool
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2nd Presbyterian; known as Edengrove in Dromore Street; Ballymaglave North townland; just W of Ballynahinch; click here for a photo and more information .
Magheradrool 3rd Presbyterian in Alfred St, Ballynahinch; separated from 2nd Presbyterian in 1841; the minister in 1910 was Rev. S. English; .records from 1820 ; no graveyard V9 MIs; POD; GIPR: GIC
Magheradrool
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Presbyterian in Spa, 2 km S of Ballynahinch; click here for a photo and more information .
Magheradrool Presbyterian: Seceders in Ballynahinch town in the N of main street; it was an old, slated, plain, roughcast, rectangular building; there were 70 attendants when; Rev. Edgar was minister in 1836 V17 p 99, 100, 106 OSM
Magheradrool

Presbyterian; Scotch Seceders

in Ballynahinch town to the NE on the Saintfield road; it is a small, slated plain, rectangular building made of roughcast stone; it had 75 attendants when Rev. Thompson was minister in 1836 V17 p 99, 100, 106 OSM
Magheradrool Congregational in Dromore Street, Ballynahinch ; click here for a photo and more information .
Magheradrool Wesleyan Methodist in Lisburn St, Ballynahinch; click here for a photo and more information .
Magheradrool Independent the minister in 1910 was Rev. John Morris POD
Magheradrool Mission Hall in Laurel Rd, Magheraknock; built in 1927 rebuilt 2006; photo available MO 18/10/2006
Magheradrool Baptist in Lisburn Rd, Ballynahinch; built 1939 WAB p3
Magheradrool
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Catholic:
St. Patrick's

in Church St, Ballynahinch ;at the southern end opposite the parish church; click here for a photo and more information .
Magheradrool Catholic:
Christ the King
in Drumaness , on the western side of the Newcastle Road; announcement of new church 18 Apr 1935; the new church dedicated 30 Oct 1936; garden party 17 Jul 1936; photo available DR*; DDPP p42
Magheradrool old Catholic in Glassdrummond townland, 3km N of Ballynahinch on the Saintfield road; means ‘wood of the Conies or church of the Conies”; 1842+ records; general graveyard
GIC; BH
Magheradrool old Catholic in Magheratimpany townland; site of a Holy Well; old chapel in ruins in 1720; graveyard used as late as 1825 DR* 9/10/1970 ; O'L V1 p 95

Magherahamlet
(now part of Dromara parish)

Church of Ireland originally known as Templemoyle Chapel of Ease; in Drumgavlin townland, on the road between Ballynahinch & Castlewellan on the western shore of McAuley's Lough; click here for a photo and more information .
Magherahamlet
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Presbyterian; Seceding in Drumgavelin townland on the road between Seaforde & Dromara; click here for a photo and more information
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Magheralin
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Church of Ireland;
Holy & Undivided Trinity

in Magheralin village, new Forge Road; click here for a photo and more information

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Magheralin Church of Ireland St. Saviour's; in Dollingstown .
Magheralin
20:13/59
Catholic; St Patrick's in Magheralin village, on Waringstown to Magheralin Road; click here for a photo and more information .
Magherally
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Church of Ireland
St. John the Evangelist; in Magherally townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Magherally
20:17/48
Presbyterian: Orthodox just NE of parish church in Kilnacrew Road, Magherally townland ; click here for a photo and more information .
Magherally Catholic- very old In the survey of 1557, it mentions that the only building in the parish was an old ruined church; by 1836 there wasn't any sign of it; Catholics in this parish worship at either Tullylish Chapel or Ballooly in Garvaghy parish V12 p 113 OSM
Magheratimpany Catholic this is an ancient Catholic parish; see under Magheradrool O'L V1 p 95
Moira
(formed in 1722 out of Magheralin parish)
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Church of Ireland:

St. John's

Main St, Moira; east side of town in Clare townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Moira
20:61/16
Presbyterian east side of town, in Carnalbanagh East townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Moira
20:61/16
Presbyterian; Seceding/ Unitarian/ Non- Subscribers in Carnalbanagh East townland, just SE of Moira; click here for a photo and more information .
Moira

Presbyterian; Arian

east side of Moira town; a stone building with a small gallery; it holds 200 people; the minister in 1836 was Rev. James Mulligan; V12 p 119 OSM
Moira Methodist in Moira town; click here for a photo and more information .
Moira
20:18/59

Catholic: St. Colman's, Kilwarlin

in Lurganville townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Moira Catholic Church of Blessed Virgin Mary & St. Brigid, Magheramesk, Magheraberry Rd, Moira; 20th century .
Mourne . This is a Catholic parish; see under Kilkeel .
Newry

Church of Ireland;
St. Mary's

in Needham Place (now John Mitchel Place) , in the centre of Newry; click here for a photo and more information .
Newry

Church of Ireland; St. Patrick's

a Chapel of Ease in Stream Street, Newry ; click here for a photo and more information

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Newry

1st Newry Presbyterian;
General Synod

in Sandys Street, Newry; click here for a photo and more information .
Newry 2nd Presbyterian; Seceeders or Downshire Road Presbyterian; click here for a photo and more information .
Newry 3rd Presbyterian; Reformed ; Unitarian originally in Needham Place; called Riverside Presbyterian; click here for a photo and more information .
Newry

Presbyterian; Seceding / Unitarian then Covenanters

in High St, Newry; click here for a picture and more information; now in ruins .
Newry

1st Presbyterian;
Arian/ Reformed Non Subscribing

in Meeting House Green near High Street, Newry ; click here for a photo and more information .
Newry Presbyterian graveyard for all Newry town; gravestone inscriptions UHF Vol 21 .
Newry Wesleyan Methodist in William Street, Newry; built 1786 at a cost of £230 which was collected by private subscription and a collection made at the opening; it is squashed between houses & you can only see the front; it is a plain building which holds 350 people with an average attendance in 1836 of 150 at the morning service and 250 at the evening service; the salary of the ministers in 1836, John Carey & Edward Harper, was paid by the Methodist Society V3 p 69, 79, 83, 105 OSM
Newry Primitive Wesleyan Methodist in Kilmorey Street, Newry; built in 1828; it was a very plain, stone building which held 200 people; it was not being used in 1836 and was advertised to be used as a shop; the minister iin 1852 was Rev. AL. Dobbin; baptisms from 1826-1844; marriages 1892;no graveyard NCT; V3 p69, 70, 83,105 OSM GIPR: GIC; POD; OFN p243
Newry Methodist in Postley Place, Newry, no graveyard GIC
Newry Wesleyan Methodist in Sandys St, Newry; click here for a photo and some information .
Newry Methodist in Talbot Street in 1836 V3 p 105 OSM
Newry Congregational in Trevor Hill; the minister in 1881 was George Wright & in 1928 Rev. Miskimmin POD; PE
Newry

Ebenezer chapel;

Independents

in Kildare Street, Trevor Hill; it was designed by Thomas Duff & built in 1825 at a cost of £500 which was raised by public subscription; the minister then was Rev. Elisha Martin; it is a plain building of roughly hewn granite; it holds 400 people with an average attendance of 70; several men fined for disorderly conduct during a service 11 Mar 1828; the salary of the minister in 1836, Rev. H.C. O'Donnoghue A.M. is raised by the congregation and is usually £75 per year; no graveyard POD; Perspective p4; V3 p 69, 79 83, 105 OSM;NCT; GIC
Newry

Salvation Army

in Trevor Hill in 1910 POD
Newry

Catholic;
St. Mary's

in Chapel Street Upper ; oldest Catholic church; click here for a photo and more information .
Newry

Catholic:St. Patrick's & St. Colman's

Gothic Cathedral in Hill Street, Newry; click here for a photo and more information .
Newry Catholic in Boat Street in 1836 V3 p 105 OSM
Newry Convent Chapel in High St, Newry; no graveyard GIC
Newry Catholic Convent of Mercy
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Newry Catholic Poor Clares Catholic Convent; crypt graves
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Newry Catholic Church of Sacred Heart & St Catherine of Sienna; Co. Armagh side in Dominic Street (Sth); built 1873-1875 & conducted by Dominican Fathers; photo available
DDPP p9,10
Newry Catholic a map shows Church of Assumption on Dublin Road; in Co. Armagh part of town  
Newry Catholic; St. Brigid's the meadow on a hill in the SW of town, in Co. Armagh part of town with burials at Monks Hill cemetery; built 1958 to replace a Chapel of Ease; photo available
DDPP p10 ,11
Newry Catholic; Abbey in Abbey yard; a Cistercian Abbey was founded here in 1144 & had income from 6000 acres in 17 townlands; graveyard attached & in use until 19th century ; disbanded 1548
DDPP p3
Newry- district Presbyterian: Donaghmore Meeting House in Lisardboy or Lisserboy townland; erected 1706; see under Donaghmore parish; records from 1804, no graveyard .
Newry Presbyterian in Shannaghan townland; no graveyard GIC
Newry- district
29:31/14

Presbyterian:
called Ryans

Seceding

in Finnard townland; a meeting house was built 1806 in Ryans townland; it was a plain, low , stone building; the congregation died a natural death having no regular preacher, the house was then used as a school and again fell into disuse until 1833 when the congregation repaired it for the cost of £50; a minister was then chosen from the Scotch Secession Synod; it holds 260 people which an average attendance of 150 in 1836 and rapidly increasing; The Rev. William Stevenson of the Session Synod, was ordained in 1835 but by 1837 the congregation had applied for union with the Presbytery of Newry; he was minister here until 1850; baptisms from 1851 in local custody ; gravestone inscriptions available UHF Vol 21 ; email me for a gravestone look-up V3 p 77 OSM; GIPR; GIC; MIs V21; OFN p 243, 212
Newry- district

Catholic:
St. Joseph's

in Sheeptown townland on the old road between Newry to Rathfriland; click here for a photo and more information .
Newry- district
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Catholic;
St. Colmans

in Shinn townland,west of the main road between Newry and Rathfriland ; click here for a photo and more information .
Newry-district
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old graveyard called Clonlea; in Greenan townland; west of the main road between Newry and Rathfriland; east of inland road from Newry to Warrenpoint; only 3 crosses left; no church but Mass said here; gravestone inscriptions UHF Vol 21;email me for a gravestone look-up
GIC ; V 21 MIs; DDPP p12
Newry-district old graveyard- Toberdoney in Ouley townland; 1/2 km S of Loughbrickland- Rathfriland Rd ;a rath & old well here; gravestone inscriptions UHF Vol 21; 3 stones only name Waddell from 1809; email me for a gravestone look-up
GIC ; V21 MIs;DDPP p27
Newry-district private graveyard Savalmore; 6km from Newry on Rathfriland Rd; belongs to Gordon family of Maryvale in Carnacully townland ; gravestone inscriptions UHF Vol 21; email me for a gravestone look-up
 
Newry- district graveyard: Traymount burying place in Lisardboy townland; on the site of an ancient rath; the 1st internment was Mr. Johnston's ( who owns the townland), son, before 1836; gravestone inscriptions UHF Vol 21; only 3 stones left; famine victims buried here; email me for a gravestone look-up
GIC; V21 MIs; DDPP p27
Newry- district
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old deserted graveyard; Templegowran overlooking Derryleckagh lake; rural chapel present at the time of the Reformation; only 2 stones left; destitute and outsiders buried here; gravestone inscriptions UHF Vol 21; email me for a gravestone look-up
DDPP p25 ,27
Newry- district 29:3/27 Catholic Camlough records 1853; Carrickcroppan; in CO Armagh; burials here from Newry town  
Newtownards

Church of Ireland:
St Mark's

in Church Street, Newtownards ;in the W part of town; click here for a photo and more information
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Newtownards

Church of Ireland;
the old church; Priory

in the SE end of Newtownards in Court Street click here for a photo and more information
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Newtownards Movilla Abbey E of Newtownards;used as a burying ground for the parish of Newtownards; click here for a photo of graveyard and more information
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Newtownards

1st Presbyterian;
Old Light

in Great Francis Street, Newtownards; click here for a photo and more information .
Newtownards

1st Presbyterian ; New Light then
Non Subscribing

in Francis St, Newtownards then Victoria Avenue; click here for a photo and more information .
Newtownards 2nd Presbyterian in Upper Mary St, Newtownards; click here for a photo and more information .
Newtownards

Regent Street Presbyterian

in Regent Street; click here for a photo and more information .
Newtownards 4th Presbyterian; South St in Court Street in 1854 then South St, Newtownards; click here for a photo .
Newtownards Strean Presbyterian in West Street ; click here for a photo .
Newtownards Presbyterian;
Convenanters/ Reformed
in Ann St, Newtownards in 1863,a congregation was formed in 1772 in Conlig with Rev. William Stavely as minister ; John Wesley visted the town & numbers grew; separated from Knockbracken in 1809 & moved to Regent Street in 1854; the minister in 1852 was Rev. John McVickers; North of Ireland FHS ( http://www.nifhs.org ) has marriages 1864- 1886; no graveyard; http://www.newtownards-rpc.org/history.htm
NAHN p87; POD; GIC;GV
Newtownards Presbyterian- Reformed/ Convenanters in Regent St, Newtownards; split with the congregation in Ann Street & bought a building in Regent Street from the Methodist in 1854 ; the minister in 1867- 1910 was Rev. Robert Allen with Rev. T. Boyd as assistant in 1910; http://www.newtownards-rpc.org/history.htm HAHN p87,19, 108-109; POD
Newtownards Presbyterian; Greenwell in Greenwell St, Newtownards; click here for a photo and more information .
Newtownards Presbyterian in Mark St, Newtownards in 1863; no graveyard GIC; GV
Newtownards
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Presbyterian in Ballyblack townland, on the Newtownards to Carrowdore road;click here for a photo and more information .
Newtownards Wesleyan Methodist originally on corner of Regent St & lower Mary Sts, Newtownards; erected in 1808 at the expense of the congregation;an average attendance of 180 in 1836; its dimensions were 45 by 24 feet; a very plain building; new church built in Regent Street & the Reformed Presbyterians took over the old church; new school buildings 10 Oct 1896; the minister in 1846 was Rev Matthew Lanktree & in 1852 was Rev Mr. Black & Rev. Mr. Howie & in 1910, Rev. Henry Frackelton; records from 1870, no graveyard
V7 p105, 106 OSM; NAHN p108,109,146-149; NC; POD; GIPR: GIC ;GV
Newtownards Zion Methodist; New Connexion in Zion Place, Newtownards; chapel built in 1838 by Rev. Thomas Seymour; the minister in 1846 was Rev William Sorsby; National School adjacent in 1863; farewell to Rev. T. Porteous 24 Jun 1893; church bazaar 27 Dec 1884; no graveyard
NAHN p130-131; NC; GV; GIC
Newtownards Methodist formerly in Ballyblack townland; meeting house used as a barn in 1836
V7 p104 OSM
Newtownards Quaker in Milecross townland; click here for a photo and more information
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Newtownards Salvation Army in Little Francis Street; editorial , resistance to their preachings 7 Aug 1880 & 9 Apr 1881; wanton attack 15 Oct 1881; letter re obstructionists 7 Apr 1883; Rev. C. Sprugeon on Salvation Army 25 Aug 1883; antics of Salvation Army 23 Feb 1884; extraordinary proclamation 6 Dec 1884; festival of music 11 Feb 1888
NC; POD
Newtownards Brethren cnr George's & Regent Sts, Newtownards in 1910
POD
Newtownards Catholic;
St. Patrick's
in Ann Street then North Street , Newtownards by 1919 , click here for a photo and more information .
Newtownards old graveyard; Killysuggan Killysuggan graveyard; north of Bradshaw's Brae in Milecross townland on the Belfast Road ; site of an ancient church & used for Catholic internments; oldest stone 1712; gravestone inscriptions UHF Vol 5; email me for a gravestone look-up MIs V 5
Newtownards old graveyards for general use; in Corporation South townland GIC;GV

Rathmullan
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Church of Ireland in Rathmullan Upper townland; south of Downpatrick in Scollogs Road; transfered into Bright parish-see there for Killough; click here for a photo and more information .
Rathmullan old Catholic it was there in 1213 reports, in 1615 it belonged to Order of St. John of Jerusalem by 1622 it was in ruins; the stones were removed when the Protestant church was built on the site in 1703 O'L V1 p 130
Saintfield
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Church of Ireland in Main Street on the northern side;click here for a photo and more information .
Saintfield
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1st Presbyterian in Main Street, Saintfield ; click here for a photo and more information .
Saintfield
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2nd Presbyterian Seceding

in the Cow Market area, on the Ballynahinch Road; click here for a photo and more information
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Saintfield Catholic; Immaculate Heart of Mary in Main Street near the Post Office; click here for a photo and more information .
Saintfield 21:41/59

Catholic;Mary Mother of the Church

built 1890 ; on the southern outskirts of town ; click here for a photo
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Saintfield old Catholic there was an old church (St. Patrick's) at Lisnegarric/Killnagarrick about 1 km from the present church which was burned down in 1641; burials here up until 1820 but no trace remains now SHM '94 ;37,39; O'L V1 p 372
Saul
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Church of Ireland;
St. Patrick's
in Saul village, Downpatrick Road; click here for a photo and more information .
Saul
21:52/47
Catholic;
St. Patrick's
in Ballysugagh / Mountain Quarter townland: click here for a photo and more information .
Saul
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Catholic; St. Tassoch's; also called Carlin in Carrowcarlin townland near the Strangford Road; click here for a photo and more information .
Saul / Kilclief
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old Catholic in Ballywooden townland near the coast ; click here for a photo and more information .
Saul old Catholic in Tobberdony townland; there were the remains of a chapel here in 1878 called Templecormac; there are also ruins of an ancient chapel on Chapel island in Strangford Lough; St. Mary's chapel was near the castle in Walshestown but the graveyard was ploughed up in 19th century, only a small part of the wall remains O'L V1 p 217, 218, 219
Seapatrick

Church of Ireland; Holy Trinity

in Church Square ,Banbridge; click here for a photo and more information .
Seapatrick
20:12/48
original Church of Ireland Church & graveyard in Kilpike townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Seapatrick Church of Ireland; St. Patrick's a Chapel of Ease; in Seapatrick village on the Banbridge to Lurgan Road; click here for a photo .
Seapatrick 1st Presbyterian; Non subscribing in Downdhire Rd/Huntly St, Banbridge; north end of town (Ballyvally townland) and the side of Lurgan Road; ;click here for a photo and more information .
Seapatrick Presbyterian; Orthodox in Scarva St, Banbridge;click here for a photo and more information .
Seapatrick
21:15/45

Presbyterian;
Seceding

in Ballydown townland, on the old road between Banbridge & Castlewellan, about a mile from Banbridge; click here for a photo and more information .
Seapatrick Presbyterian in Bannside, Banbridge; click here for a photo and more information .
Seapatrick 1st Unitarian/ Non Subscribing Presbyterian in Downshire Road, Banbridge ;click here for a photo and more information .
Seapatrick

2nd Unitarian/ Seceding Presbyterian

in Church Square, Banbridge ;now the Masonic Hall, Banbridge; click here for a photo and more information .
Seapatrick Wesleyan Methodist originally in Gospel Lane, off the north side of Rathfriland St, Banbridge; new church in Downshire Road;click here for a photo and more information .
Seapatrick Primitive Wesleyan Methodist in Scarva St, Banbridge; in 1836 it was a plain, stone building which seats 150 people; no graveyard V12 p 2, 125, 129 OSM; GIC
Seapatrick Salvation Army in Reilly St, Banbridge; began in town in 1884 but citadel not built until 1932 OB p 33,34
Seapatrick Baptist cnr Kenlis & Newry Sts, Banbridge; built in 1845;making it the earliest existing Baptist church in Co. Down; no graveyard; the pastor in 1852 was Rev. Mr . Bean & before 1904 was Rev. Samuel J. Banks & in 1910 was Rev. Harvey. now a modern building BIH p 15; GIC; BET; POD
Seapatrick

Catholic;
St. Patrick's

north end of Dromore St, Banbridge; click here for a photo and more information .
Seapatrick

Catholic; St Teresa's

in Scarva Street, Banbridge; opened 1977 as the congregation expanded; photo available; burials in St Patrick's
DDPP p130 
Seapatrick

Catholic; Queen of Peace;Chapel of Ease

in Drumnavaddy townland; a dwelling house was converted into a chapel in 1924; rebult 1992 but damaged in fire attack in 1993; photo available
DDPP p129
Seapatrick

Catholic graveyard

on Dromore Rd, Banbridge; purchased 1872
DDPP p130 
Seapatrick graveyards there are two general graveyards; in Ballyvally townland, Banbridge on the Loughbrickland road (opened in 1885) & in Kilpike townland; an old Convenanters graveyard in Drumiller Lane- no stones GIC; BCT p 20; OFB p5
Shankill Church of Ireland records from 1681; this congregation met in the Soldierstown church or the Lurgan church in 1836 GIPR: V 12 p 138 OSM
Shankill Presbyterian this congregation met in the Lurgan church in 1836 V12 p 138 OSM
Shankill Catholic this congregation met in the Aghagallon chapel in the adjoining parish of Blaris in 1836 V12 p 138 OSM
Slanes
21:64/55
Church of Ireland in Slanes townland just south of Cloghy on a prominent hill surrounded by a white wall; old graveyard with oldest stone 1677 & ruins of medieval church called "Ardmacossce" here in 1316; in 1837 there was a ruin of a church with a surrounding graveyard for general use;stained glass memorial 16 Nov 1861; enlargements 23 Nov 1861; outside the graveyard is an ancient souterrian 50 m in length;gravestone isncriptions UHF Vol 14 ; photo as well; email me for a gravestone look-up V7 p 121 OSM; GIC; V14 MIs; DR; MIs ; O'L V1 p 416, 417; JUAHS 1977 p31
Slanes/ Castleboy 21: 64/56 Presbyterian in Cloghy townland; click here for a photo .
Strangford . This is a Catholic parish only; see under Ballyculter .
Tullylish
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Church of Ireland;
All Saints

in Tullylish ; click here for a photo of the old & new church and more information .
Tullylish
20: 7/49

Church of Ireland;
St. Paul's

in Gilford; click here for a photo and more information .
Tullylish 20:6/53 Church of Ireland;
St. Mathias'
in Knocknamuckley townland, Seagoe, Co Armagh; records from 1838 GIPR
Tullylish
Presbyterian 1st minister was Rev John Cunningham in 1670; in 1846 the minister was Rev John Johnston; oldest gravestone 1768; baptismal register from 1817 & marriage register from 1820 POD; OFB p ix
Tullylish
20:11/49
Presbyterian in Civiltown, Drumscamp townland; north of the main road between Banbridge & Gilford; click here for a photo and more information .
Tullylish
20:6/52
Presbyterian in Newmills, Mossbank Rd, Gilford, in Ballynagarrick townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Tullylish
20: 7/49
Presbyterian in Dunbarton St, Gilford; click here for a photo and more information; once refered to as the Free Church .
Tullylish Methodist in Dunbartin St, Gilford; the minister in 1910 was Rev. John Elliott. records from 1836 (baptisms) & 1838 (marriages) held locally of with Methodist Historical Society GIPR; OFB p ix; OGSLL p5;POD ; PE
Tullylish Methodist in Moyallen townland; no graveyard GIC
Tullylish Quaker in Moyallen townland; click here for a photo .
Tullylish
20:10/49

Catholic; St Patrick's & Colman's

in Holymount Rd, Lawrencetown near the bridge ;click here for a photo and more information .
Tullylish

Catholic;St. John's

in Castle Hill, Gilford; click here for a photo and more information .
Tullylish

Catholic; St Colman's

in Clare townland; on the road between Gilford & Waringstown; click here for a photo and more information .
Tullynakill Church of Ireland in Tullynakill townland; click here for a photo and more information
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Tyrella
21:45/36
Church of Ireland;
St. John's
in Tyrella South townland, Clanmaghery Road; click here for a photo and more information .
Tyrella
Catholic see under Ballykinlar parish .
Tyrella graveyard a general graveyard is in Tyrella North townland GIC
Warrenpoint
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Church of Ireland south end of Church St, Warrenpoint town; click here for a photo and more information .
Warrenpoint
29:14/18

1st Presbyterian;
General Synod

NW on Church St, Warrenpoint; click here for a photo and more information .
Warrenpoint

Presbyterian;
Remonstrant:
Non-Subscribing/ Unitarian

north of Warrenpoint town in Ringmackilroy townland; click here for a photo and more information .
Warrenpoint
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Methodist in Church St, Warrenpoint town, opposite the parish church; click here for a photo and more information .
Warrenpoint Methodist in Dromore townland; records from 1878, no graveyard GIPR: GIC
Warrenpoint
29:14/18

Catholic:
St. Peter's

in Great Georges St, Warrenpoint ;click here for a photo and more information .
Warrenpoint
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graveyards there are two general graveyards in Ringmackilroy townland, just north of the town; one is St Peters at the rear of St Marks School & the other in Greenan townland- now disused GIC
Witter
21:63/54

Catholic;
St. Patrick's

in the southern part of Ballygalget townland, see under Ballyphilip parish .
Witter Temple Cowey in Tieveshilly townland; name of a monastery founded in 7th century by St. Cooey which was attacked by Vikings then rebuilt in 12th century & the ancient parish church in Upper Grange near Tara Bay; foundations only remain & old wells O'L V1 p 390; Inv 2002 p 30; PNNI V2 p 139; LR 2005 p19

Also try http://www.proni.gov.uk/guide_to_church_records.pdf