1803

"1803 Agricultural Census, McA/I/Ninch in County Antrim", 12 McA/I/Nin(ch/sh) men,


"Timeline: McA/I/Ninch Events in 1600s, 1700s, and 1800s in (northern) Ireland"


MFHN v.XXI n.3 July 2013 p.2013-20 ('1803 Agricultural Census' section on pg.22)


https://www.mcaninch.net/Newsletter/mfn21y2013/m21p22w6.htm



1803

"Rev. Trail's 1803 Census of Ballintoy Parish, County Antrim, Ulster, Ireland",


12 families, with names of wives, sons, and daughters; MFHN v.XXI n.3 July 2013


p.2013-18,19  https://mcaninch.net/Newsletter/mfn21y2013/m21p18w6.htm


and p.2013-22  https://www.mcaninch.net/Newsletter/mfn21y2013/m21p22w6.htm



1804

Patrick McInich, Probate, Bushmills, County Antrim, in the FamilySearch database


"Ireland, Diocesan and Prerogative Wills & Administrations Indexes, 1595-1858"



1823

"Tithe Applotments", updated list, 14 names (13 in Co. Antrim, and 1 in Co. Tyrone):

-1837

Tithe, 14 names     Townland / Parish / Barony / County                              Source Notes

1824

Daniel McNinch    Ballinlea Lower   Ballintoy               Cary                Antrim       [1] [3]

1824

Henry McNinch     Craigalappin        Ballintoy               Cary                Antrim       [1] [3]

1824

James McAninch   Knocknagarvan    Ballintoy               Cary                Antrim      [1] [3]

1825

David McIninch     Dunaghy              Ballymoney    Upper Dunluce      Antrim      [1] [3]

1826

Patk. McNinch     Clogher Lower (Low Clogher)     Billy       Cary        Antrim            [3]

1828

John McNinch       Ballyboggy          Dunluce          Dunluce Lower       Antrim     [1] [3]

1828

John McAninch      Ballyvenoux        Enniskillen      (Barony?)          Co. Tyrone         [2]

1831

Daniel McNinch     Ballynagard         Culfeightrin          Cary             Antrim          [1] [3]

1831

James McAninch    Ballyvoy              Culfeightrin          Cary             Antrim          [1] [3]

1834

John McNinch    Low Town / Bog Town     Kilwaughter   Upper Glenarm   Antrim     [1]

1834

John McNinch    Wightown (High Town?)   Kilwaughter   Upper Glenarm   Antrim    [1]

1834

John M'Ininch(?)   Tickmacrevin and Templeoughter   (P?)   Upper Glenarm   Ant.     [1]

1834

Robert McNinch     Rory's Glen          Kilwaughter      Upper Glenarm      Antrim        [1]

1834

Samuel McAninch    Mullans              Finvoy               Kilconway             Antrim   [1] [3]

      [1]

"McA/I/Ninch in 1800's Ulster, Tithe Lists and Griffiths Valuation", from the "Irish


Householder's Index" (index to Griffiths . . . and Tithe Applotment); National Library


of Ireland films; six FHL SLC LDS films (Co. Antrim on 919,001); MFHN v.III n.2


May 1995 p.1995-15  https://www.mcaninch.net/Newsletter/mfn03y95/m03p13w6.htm

      [2]

"Tithe Applotments" (updated list, 13 names, add John in Co. Tyrone), MFHN v.X n.4


October 2002 p.2002-30  http://mcaninch.net/Newsletter/mfn10y02/m10p30w6.htm

      [3]

North County Antrim, 9 men, "Data from the Tithe Applotment Books covering


the Baronies of Cary, Dunluce and Kilconway in North Antrim plus the Barony of


N. E. Liberties, Co. Londonderry”, by William Macafee, 17/10/2016 ('PDF 2' file)


http://www.billmacafee.com/182030stithe/tithenorthantrimrevisionnamespdf.pdf



1832-

"McA/I/Ninch Immigration 1800s-1900s through East-Coast Ports", 35 people

-1913

MFHN v.XXVIII n.1 May 2020 pg.2020-02


http://www.mcaninch.net/Newsletter/mfn28y2020/m28p02wr.html




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Updates: More McA/I/Ninch Events, 1600s to 1900s in (northern) Ireland / June 2022


McAninch Family History NL v.XXX n.1  / Copyright Frank McAninch / pg.2022-07




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