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RE: [Bann Valley] Bann Valley records
>... in the townland of Ballydonnelly (Rasharkin parish). Does anyone know
of this townland?
Ballydonelly is a townland in the western quarter of Rasharkin (Co. Antrim),
close to the River Bann. Rasharkin Parish is bordered on the west by Kilrea
Parish (Co Lderry), on the south by Portglenone and Ahoghill Parishes, and
in the north by Finvoy Parish. The townlands of Rasharkin are:
1 Anticur 2 Ballydonnelly 3 Ballymaconnelly 4 Bellaghy 5
6 Carnfinton 7 Church Tamlaght 8 Crushybracken 9 Culmore 10 Dreen
11 Dromore 12 Drumack 13 Drumcon 14 Duneany 15 Dunminning
16 Fernagh 17 Glebe 18 Glenbuck 19 Gortahar 20 Gortereghy
21 Granagh 22 Killycowan 23 Killycreen 24 Killydonnelly 25 Lisnagaver
26 Magheraboy 27 Moneyleck 28 Tamlaght 29 Tehorny
>I am interested to know what Presbyterian churchs may be close to this
townland that would have been in existence back in the late 1880's.
Have you tried Rasharkin Presbyterian Church which is listed on the PRONI
site as having available records?
Otherwise, the above may help to widen the search. Please let the list know
of any other churches you find in the Rasharkin area. Most churches holding
records are older than 1880. About 1840, there was a significant increase in
the number of Pres. Churches.
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