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Patrick Hart - Antrim
« on: Saturday 19 October 13 16:08 BST (UK) »
I have the Marriage record for my GGGrandFather - Married in Antrim 1834 to Sarah Clark. His Parents are not listed. How can I get his parents name and his Birth Date.

Peter Hart

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Re: Patrick Hart - Antrim
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 19 October 13 16:55 BST (UK) »
Hi,
   As your dates are well before the start of civil registration of marriages and births you will have to depend on church records. For these you need to know the couples' religions and a fairly accurate idea of where they were born.

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Re: Patrick Hart - Antrim
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 19 October 13 18:39 BST (UK) »
They were Catholic and Patrick Hart came from Creevery

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Re: Patrick Hart - Antrim
« Reply #3 on: Saturday 19 October 13 19:10 BST (UK) »
Marriage records for this period usually give minimal details (date, bride and groom) and rarely are parents/fathers or residence given.

Usually the next step is to try and locate baptismal registers for the family's church to see if you can at least get a baptismal date. However, many churches do not have records far enough back to find your Patrick and Sarah so it will not be an easy search (and not all of those records that do survive are online).
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Re: Patrick Hart - Antrim
« Reply #4 on: Saturday 19 October 13 19:55 BST (UK) »
This was my fear - without the information I am having trouble getting their dates of death

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Re: Patrick Hart - Antrim
« Reply #5 on: Wednesday 30 October 13 16:41 GMT (UK) »
My family came from the same areas - main family is Palmer - some married in Randalstown RC and linked to the McGarry, McAteer Barr and Madden families in same area [e.g. Dunsilly] - was always very interested in a Palmer who married a Hart [Henry I think] in Randalstown RC in 1820-1830 - I have also seen other Palmers marrying into the Morton family - mine also were in Glasgow in 1900s - Partick etc.  Just to say I am looking in the same areas as you are and I am interested in the Hart family - do you have any indicators that any of my family may be interrelated to your own?  Sorry if I contacted you before..

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Re: Patrick Hart - Antrim
« Reply #6 on: Thursday 31 October 13 09:18 GMT (UK) »
Hi Fiona Ithink you did contact me in the past - sorry I never replied. The first record I have is for Patrick Hart and sarah Clark married 1834.. They had a Son Henry but he was not born until after 1834 - but there is every possibilty that Patrick had a Brother - maybe Henry - I do not know and it is very frustrating. It is strange also that my Great Uncle Patrick married a girl called Margaret Morton who was born in Paisley approx 1887. They married in New York approx 1911. All my Family who came from Ireland also moved to Partick. I would be interested to know what info you may have that could possible conect.

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Re: Patrick Hart - Antrim
« Reply #7 on: Wednesday 07 February 18 20:07 GMT (UK) »
checkingby area records
where does Henry Hart below fit in?
Shanes Castle townland and Lenagh townland are both in Drummaul Civil parish.
The parish is bounded by the civil parishes of Duneane, Portglenone, Ahoghill and Braid.
1823-1838 Tithes applotment Books see irish genealogy Hub, originals in PRONI
Hart, Henry   Townland: Lenagh Year: 1834   Drummaul    Antrim
Hart, Patk.   Townland: Creggin Year: 1833   Duneane   Antrim
Hart, Wm.   Townland: Derryhullagh Year: 1833   Duneane   Antrim
1862 Griffiths Valuation http://www.askaboutireland.ie/griffith-valuation/
Hart, Patrick   Lenagh Drummaul Antrim map ref 34 has 11 acres and house valued 1pa Sadly the marked up map with map references is not available on this website try valuation office or Antrim [ or North west]  library hdgs.
Hart,  James   Maghereagh   Drummaul   

tried http://www.thebraid.com/genealogy.aspx no Hart entries
try church records at proni
DRUMMAUL, CO. ANTRIM
C.I. Drummaul (Connor diocese) try burials, 1823-1900
R.C. Drummaul (Randalstown) (Down and Connor diocese) [Includes the civil parishes of Drummaul and Cranfield and up to 1873 the parish of Antrim]
Baptisms, 1825-81; marriages, 1825-84; deaths, 1837- 48.
more microfilm references etc on https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/sites/default/files/publications/Guide_to_church_records.pdf
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