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1st Garvagh was on the Kilrea Road and has unfortunately been demolished. Further information welcome (use the contact button!). Lavonne Bradfield has done a large quantity of work transcribing many of these records.
|Record||Dates||On site dates|
|Baptisms||1795 - 1816 and 1822 - 1844||Baptisms 1795 - 1924|
|1840 - 1849 and 1859 - 1945|
|Marriages||1795 - 1802, 1807 - 1814, 1822 - 1844||Marriages|
|1845 - 1889|
|Census of Congregation||1840||none|
|Graveyard transcriptions||Graveyard transcriptions|
|Visitation lists||1796 through 1840||Visitation lists|
As well as the graveyard transcriptions there is a list of the Torrens only stones transcriptions from J W Kernohan.
The Garvagh Church Visitation lists are a key genealogical source, being one of the earliest known detailed lists in the area.
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