These Hallowed Grounds Volume 2 – Lisburn, Co. Antrim


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Lisburn Branch of the North of Ireland Family History Society has collated the surviving gravestone inscription information from the 4 oldest burying grounds in Lisburn and made a permanent record of this information in two volumes of “These Hallowed Grounds.”

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A companion to volume 1, this volume records the surviving gravestone inscriptions for Christ Church Cathedral, Lisburn, County Antrim, and Friends’ Burying Ground, in the city’s Railway Street.  There is also a list of names from Quaker burial records of all the people buried in Friends’ Burying Ground, as well as a background history of Lisburn Cathedral, the Huguenots in Lisburn and Friends’ Meeting House.  Included are the memorials in the Cathedral and a list of burials recorded as being inside the Cathedral building as well as lists of rectors, curates and churchwardens.  There are maps of both burying grounds, with keys, along with death notices and brief information on the wills of some of the people buried in the two grounds.  In addition there are short biographies of 53 families connected with the grounds, 16 family trees and extra information with the names of some late 18th and early 19th century Lisburn people.  The 310 pages include four in colour, with 50 black and white photographs, three maps and an index. (A4 book, 310 pages published 2005)

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Weight 1200 g
Dimensions 32 × 23 × 1.5 cm

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