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Registers of the French church of Portarlington, Ireland

Portarlington. St. Paul"s Church.

Registers of the French church of Portarlington, Ireland

by Portarlington. St. Paul"s Church.

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Published by Huguenot Society of London in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementEd. by T.P. LeFanu.
SeriesHuguenot Society of London publication -- 19
ContributionsLeFanu, Thomas Philip., Huguenot Society of London.
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 176 p. ;
Number of Pages176
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19825502M

Register of the French Conformed -Churches of St. Patrick and St. Mary, Dublin. Registers of the French Nonconformists Churches Dublin. Register of the French Church, Portarlington, Ireland. List of Huguenot Pensioners in Ireland. Thomas P. LeFanu, Dublin and Portarlington V~terans, King William III'S Huguenot. Birth, marriage and death registers of the French refugee church of Portarlington, Ireland. The church served a community of French immigrants known as the Huguenots, who were persecuted in France for following the Reform Church. (Entries are written in French).

For example, J.J. Digges La Touche, who had been Deputy Keeper of the Public Records of Ireland, and, himself, a descendent of one of the more considerable French families to settle in Ireland, had copied the minute book the French Church of St Mary in Dublin, for the years –17 – happily so, since the original volume was destroyed in.   In the year , the number of French families residing in Portarlington was sixty-four, although the three French regiments in Ireland had not then been disbanded; while those of English extraction only numbered five the aggregate number of families in the town and neighbourhood, French and English, amounting to the church for the former.

On this warm, sunny day in August, the Huguenot Society hosted a visit to Portarlington. Our tour began at St. Paul’s Church in Portarlington, courtesy of Ven. Leslie Stevenson. St. Paul’s, also known as ‘The French Church’, became the centre of worship for the many huguenots who settled in Portarlington after the Williamite wars. Registers of the French church of Portarlington, Ireland - T. P. Le Fanu Repton School register Repton School register; supplement to edition - M Messiter.


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Eglise françoise de Portarlington (Portarlington, Ireland). Registers of the French Church of Portarlington, Ireland. London: Printed by Spottiswoode & Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Philip Le Ireland book Eglise françoise de Portarlington (Portarlington, Ireland); Huguenot Society of London.

About this Book Catalog Record Details. Registers of the French church of Portarlington, Ireland. Portarlington (Ireland). View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain in Author: Portarlington (Ireland).

Registers of the French Church of Portarlington «on: Tuesday 08 April 14 BST (UK)» The Registers of the French Church of Portarlington are available in CD form from Archive CD Books Ireland Ltd.

Re: Registers of the French Church of Portarlington «Reply #10 on: Tuesday 09 December 14 GMT (UK)» Combined Registers of Portarlington, Lea and Ballykean ; also the English Church. Church registers In a church was established ‘à la forme ancienne de nos églises de France’, in other words Calvinist, and by a series of good fortunes the registers, written in French untilhave survived.

These registers form the main source of information about the French town. Full text of "Registers of the French church of Portarlington, Ireland.

by Thomas Philip Le Fanu" See other formats. Get this from a library. Portarlington, Ireland, parish records. [Huguenot Society of London.;]. Ireland book The aim of this work is to make more available the biography of Portarlington and its surrounding area in the first half of the nineteenth century, by combining various church registers for the period inclusive, where they have been made available.

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This website contains images from the NLI’s collection of Catholic parish register microfilms. The registers contain records of baptisms and marriages from the majority of Catholic parishes in Ireland and Northern Ireland up to THE PORTARLINGTON CHURCH The French church in Portarlington opened in and was Calvinist in approach.

la forme ancienne de nor lglises cia France' appears at the end of an entry for a marriage or baptism. There are two registers written in French up toand fortunately for the historian the entries therein are.

On his return to Ireland in he became minister of the French congregation at Portarlington (–92). This work was aimed particularly at the French Huguenot community, and was supported by both Desvoeux’s congregation in the reformed churches of Lucy Lane and Peter Street, and the conformed congregations of St Mary’s and St Patrick’s.

Ireland, Catholic qualification and convert rolls Ireland, Society of Friends (Quaker) congregational records. Irish Catholic Church Directories Education & Work. Alumni Dublinenses Freemen of Dublin City Ireland Medical Directory Ireland Merchant Navy Crew Lists The Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Irish Branch, has a great resources page, particularly a link to a very useful pdf file written by Vivien will also find primary materials concerning Huguenot ancestors in the library of the Representative Church Body of Ireland housed in south Dublin; see details on the Society page.

Ireland, Portarlington, Huguenot Society of London Parish Registers Birth, marriage and death registers of the French refugee church of Portarlington, Ireland.

The church served a community of French immigrants known as the Huguenots, who were persecuted in. Portarlington, Ireland Huguenot research. Posted by Dale Castle on Ma schoolmasters mentioned in the registers had been a shopkeeper. and a bootmaker,{2} but according to Smiles, a Monsieur a copy of the book "Registers of the French Church, Portarlington, Ireland" edited by T.P.

Le Fanu is available to view at. Vol. XXV - Registers of the French Church of le Carre and Berwick Street, London. Vol. XXVI - Registers of the French Churches of the Savoy, Spring Gardens and les Grecs, London.

Vol. XXII - Le Livre des Conversions et des Reconnoissances faites à lEglise françoise de la Savoye, Huguenot Society of London: Registers of the French church of Portarlington, Ireland.

(Dublin, Huguenot Society of London, ), also by Portarlington. Paul's Church, ed. by Thomas Philip LeFanu (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). More Huguenot registers released Containing more than names, the registers of the French Church of Portarlington, co Laois, have been released on FindMyPastIreland.

They date from to Portarlington started out as a small settlement and grew to become not only a centre for education in Ireland (it had 16 schools by the midth. The Ireland Roman Catholic Parish Burials include burial records from parishes.

However, the Catholic parishes did not keep thorough burial records until around the s. As a result of the restrictions placed on the Roman Catholic Church by the Penal Laws in Ireland, folk traditions flourished round the celebration of the sacraments. By Rev.

H. J. Lawlor, D.D. (Dublin, ) - OL * Introduction - Armagh Diocesan Registry Archive volumes and abt documents including Archbishops' registers By Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) - (Belfast, ) - PRONI * Some Records of the Lurgan Quakers of Northern Ireland - Minute Book One.

- - Minute Book Two - Author: Peter J. Clarke.Registers of the French non-conformist churches Dublin Sir Arthur Vicars, Index to the Prerogative Wills of Ireland, - The Parish Register Society of Dublin, The Registers of St.

Patrick, Dublin,HUGUENOT SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND CD-ROM PUBLICATIONS Between and the Huguenot Society published eleven CD-ROM of volumes from its Quarto Series* Vol. XIX - Register of the French Church, Portarlington, Ireland. Vol. XLI - Lists of Huguenot Pensioners in Ireland.