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Irish Vital Records

Given Name: Robert Williamson Orr
Sex: Male
Marriage: 1843
Marriage Place: Presbyterian Church, Dromara, County Down, Northern Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Barlow
Spouse's Given Name: Agnes
Miscellaneous: Miss Barlow's given name is in question

       Source: #1


Given Name: James Barlow
Sex: Male
Marriage: 1783
Marriage Place: Diocese of Cork & Ross, County Cork, Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Walshe
Spouse's Given Name: Mary

       Source: #2


Name: William Barlow
Sex: Male
Marriage: 1807
Marriage Place: Diocese of Cork & Ross, County Cork, Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Burne
Spouse's Given Name: Elizabeth

       Source: #2


Name: James McCarter
Sex: Male
Marriage: 1829
Marriage Place: First Presbyterian Church, Donegore, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Barlow
Spouse's Given Name: Mary

        Source: #3


Name: Thomas Williamson
Sex: Male
Marriage: 1810
Marriage Place: Diocese of Cork & Ross, County Cork, Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Barlow
Spouse's Given Name: Elizabeth

        Source #2


Name: William Barlow
Sex: Male
Birthplace: of Waterford, County Waterford, Ireland
Marriage: 09 April 1770
Marriage Place: Waterford, County Waterford, Ireland
No name given for spouse

        Source: #4


Name: Maria Averell
Sex: Female
Marriage: 13 February 1722
Marriage Place: St. Mary, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Barlow
Spouse's Given Name: Theodorus
Miscellaneous: License

        Source: #5


Name: John Barlow
Sex: Male
Marriage: 26 July 1788
Marriage Place: St. Mary, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Wilson
Spouse's Given Name: Ann

        Source: #5


Name: Mary Barlow
Sex: Female
Marriage: 05 January 1738
Marriage Place: St. Mary, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Donaldson
Spouse's Given Name: Constantine

        Source: #5


Name: William Barlow
Sex: Male
Marriage: 06 December 1739
Marriage Place: St. Mary, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Lawson
Spouse's Given Name: Ruth

        Source: #5


Name: John Griffith
Sex: Male
Birth:
Marriage: 22 November 1754
Marriage Place: St. Mary, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Barlow
Spouse's Given Name: Mary
        Source:  #5
Name: Allment Jennings
Sex: Male
Marriage: 02 September 1752
Marriage Place: St. Anne, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Barlow
Spouse's Given Name: Lettice

        Source: #6


Name: John Weston Barlow
Sex: Male
Birth: 2 October 1864
Birthplace: Cork City, County Cork, Ireland
Father's Surname: Barlow
Father's Given Name: William Joseph
Mother's Surname: Linehan
Mother's Given Name: Ellen

        Source:  #7 


Name: William Barlow
Sex: Male
Marriage: 16 March 1643
Marriage Place: St. Bride, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Spouse's Surname: no given
Spouse's Given Name: not given

        Source: #6


Name: John Barlow
Sex: Male
Marriage: 15 September 1667
Marriage Place: St. Bride, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Spouse's Surname: Deane
Spouse's Given Name: Ann

        Source: #6.


James Barlow Esq married Miss Althemia Leigh 14th Jan 1730/1. During this period the year started 1 April thus when they were married it was listed as 1730 but when they revised the calender 14th Jan became 1731, they found the following children to James and Althemia

  1. Mary daughter to James Barlow Esq bapt 19 November 1731
  2. William, son to James Barlow Esq bapt 20th april 1733
  3. John , son to James Barlow Esq bapt 20 Jan 1734/5
  4. John, son to James Barlow Esq was buried 7 April 1735
  5. James, son to James Barlow Esq bapt 26th July 1742
  6. Ann, daughter to Alderman James Barlow bapt 10 Dec 1743

Note Burial of Master Robert Barlow 6 Jan 1749

Burial alderman James Barlow 1 Dec 1759

Source - St Peter's Parish records of Drogheda Co Louth

The records of St Peter's of Drogheda are missing for the period from the end of October 1735 through beginning of November 1738/9. A search of many other Parish records and could not find missing documents. Note span of time between births of John and James. It is possible that the Master Robert Barlow who was buried was born during this time.


These records were found in the LDS files:

John Barlow, born about 1763     Dublin, Dublin, Ireland

John Barlow, Christened June 3rd 1765    Saint Peter Drogheda, Louth, Ireland
Father: Maurice Barlow

John Barlow, Christening  June 1, 1769   Saint Nicholas Within Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Parents:   Richard and Mary Barlow
 

William Barlow, birth, about 1700  St. Mary, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland

William Barlow, marriage to Elizabeth Peppard, abt. 1708, Of, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland

William Barlows   Christening, November 6, 1726   Tibbermore, Perth, Scotland
Parents:   James Barlows and Anne Barnet

William Barlow, marriage to Hannah Reeves, January 6, 1746, Walston, Lanark, Scotland

William Barlow, marriage to Bridget Dillon, 1748
Diocese of Elphin, Connaught Province, Ireland

SOURCES:

1.  Z. Mettam
Northern Ireland Marriages, Volume 1
Manuscript found at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City 
Microfilm 824282, Item 2

Marriages are taken from:
County Down Boardmills 1st Presbyterian Church, 1782-1842; 1851-1870
Down/Downpatrick, 1700-1874
Dromara, 1817-1845
Dromore, 1784-1845
Drumbo, 1706-1721
Killinchy, 1812- 1845
Killyleagh, 1835-1872
Kilmore, 1833-1845
Kircubbin, 1802- 1845

Registration of marriages at the General Register Office in Dublin was compulsory for all
Protestants after April 1845 in Ireland.   They are the official record.


 
2. Albert Eugene Casey, Eleanor L. Downey-Prince, and Ursula Dietrich.
Index of  O'Kief, Coshe Mange, Slieve Lougher and Upper Blackwater in Ireland
16 vols. 
Birmingham, Alabama:  Knocknagree Historical Fund, 1952-1971

 
3.  Z. Mettam. Northern Ireland Marriages, Volume 2
Manuscript found at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City 
Microfilm 824282, Item 3

Marriages are taken from:
Aghalee, County Antrim, 1811-1844
Arboe, County Tyrone, 1783-1845
Ballinderry, County Londonderry, 1803-1845
Ballymoney, County Antrim, 1808-1845
Ballynahinch, County Down, 1709-1785, 1801-1834
Boardmills, County Down, 1782-1842, 1851-1870
Camus, County Tyrone, 1804-1845; Donegore, County Antrim, 1806-1841
Drumachose, County Londonderry, 1730-1845
Henry Street, County Limerick, 1819-1860
Inch, County Down, 1791-1926
Kilrea, County Londonderry, 1829-1848
Lissara, Down Down, 1811-1851
Lower Cumber, County Down, 1808-1845
Magheralin, County Down, 1785-1845
Moira, County Down, 1785-1877
Raffrey, County Down, 1845-1877
Rathfriland, County Down, 1783-1801
Rosemary Street, Belfast, County Antrim, 1811-1845
Saintfield, County Down, 1724-1750
Seaford, County Down, 1760-1894
Tamlaght, Counties Londonderry and Tyrone, 1834-1844

Registration of marriages at the General Register Office in Dublin was compulsory for all
Protestants after April 1845 in Ireland. They are the official record. Registration for all
individuals became compulsory in Ireland after 1864


 
4. N.C.R. Gillman, Esq.
Index to Births, Marriages & Deaths in a File of the Hibernian Chronicles,  1769-1775
n.p., 1936 -  29 pages.
Volume 1, October 1769 to December 1772
Volume 2, January 1773 to December 1775

This index to the Hibernian Chronicles has been compiled from a set of those papers
deposited for safe custody in the Library of the Society of Genealogists in London.
There are ten bound volumes.

All births, marriages, and deaths are included in the index.

There are some missing issues:
1769 the whole year up to October 23rd
1770 June 4 pages 359- 360, October 11 pages 655-656
1771 the whole year
1772 February 13 pages 101-102
February 24 pages 123-124
1772 April 9 part of pages 251-252
April 27 all, June ? page 537-538
September 28 pages 623-624
December 7 pages 759-760, and December 24 part


 
5. A. E. Langman. Marriage Entries in the Registers of the Parishes of S. Marie, S. Luke, S. Catherine, and S. Werburgh, 1627-1800. 
Exeter & London: William Pollard & Co. Ltd., 1915.
143 pages.

The information contained in this collection dates back to the creation of the parishes of S.
Marie and S. Luke. Some of the entries for S. Werburgh were taken from a volume preserved
in the library of Trinity College, Dublin. Marriages for S. Catherine prior to 1715 have not
been included in this CD, but are found in Volume 5 of the publications of the Parish Register Society of Dublin.

There is a gap in the records for S. Catherine from 1788-1792, but these have been restored
from the entries in the Returns to Visitation. Some of the records for S. Marie towards the
end of the record are taken from the Mariage License Grant Books, rather than the registers
which have disappeared.

S. Marie was separated from S. Michan in November of 1697. 
The parish of S. Luke began in 1716. S. Werburgh apparently began in 1704. 
In this record, only S. Marie has been extracted. 
49 pages.


6.

D. A. Chart. 
Marriage Entries from the Registers of the Parishes of St. Andrew, St. Anne, St. Audoen, & St. Bride (Dublin), 1632-1800.
Exeter and London: William Pollard & Co. Ltd., 1913. 
185 pages.

The periods covered by the four parishes are:
St. Andrew, 1672-1800
St. Anne, 1719-1800
St. Audoen, 1672-1800
St. Bride, 1632-1800

The computerization for first two parishes contain a record almost from the beginning of the parishes in question. The last two parishes are of an earlier origin, but their registers contain no date earlier than 1632, in the case of St. Bride, and for St. Audoen, the registers are not very complete for the seventeenth century. The parish of St. Bride is remarkable for the inclusion of many French names, pointing to the settlement of Huguenot refugees in that vicinity.

Frequent reference is made to military personnel from the 5th Dragoons, 6th Dragoon Guards, 7th Dragoons; 11th, 19th, 40th, 42nd, 55th, and 69 Foot; Longford, Warwickshire, and Worcester Militia; the Inverness Fencibles, and Prince of Wales Fencible Infantry.


7.

The Parish Registers of Mullaghbrack, Diocese of Armagh, County Armagh: Marriages 1767-1812.
14 pages.

The record has been completely extracted


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