County Down Website

Areas of Aghaderg, Loughbrickland, Banbridge, Dromore, Dromara, Kilkeel, Mourne, Newry, Rathfriland,  Rostrevor

County Down Parishes

County Down Genealogy

County Down History


HOME PAGE- http://www.raymondscountydownwebsite.com


This website was created in 2001 by "Ned" Kelly and Raymond Kelly, F.S.A. (Scot.)


This website contains an index of 23,000 Irish born merchant seamen
contained in the CR10 series of index cards in the Southampton Civic
Archives. The CR10 Archive holds 300,000 cards covering the multinational
workforce of the British Merchant Marine during the period from early
September 1918 and the end of World War 1 to December 1921. All ranks and
jobs at sea are covered from master to scullion.

 http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/   Census Of Ireland, 1901/1911,

Information about the poor persons who were removed to Ireland

Return of all poor persons, removed from Scotland to Ireland 1867/1869

Return of all poor persons removed from England & Wales to Ireland 1867/1869

Return of poor persons, England & Wales since 1st Jan. 1875

Return of poor from Scotland to Ireland, 1875/76/77/78

List of Civil Bill Ejectments (To be browsed through, names in image, cannot be picked up by the search engine)
Entered for trial in the County of Down from the years 1827 to 1833,together with the decreee pronounced by the court, over 1000 names from County Down., (Thanks to Stan Megraw for helping me with This)

Some County Down Wills, (Charitable donations and bequests) 1831/1834

Return of offences committed in the County of Down, during the 18 months ended the 11th.March 1862, names and offences

Arms Licenses granted to persons in Ireland since Aug. 1832, names of.

htm#http://freespace.virgin.net/alan.tupman/sites/irish.htm.   passenger lists for emigrants from Ireland

New Lanark Mill, Scotland, Names and information on the workers, many who came from County Down, to work in the mills. (Go to Dromore on the index, scroll down to New Lanark Mills)

War Poems and Songs

To the old soldiers here is something to bring back those memories, remember the route marches,  the pub and billets. and on the road back to camp after a night out, here is a link to the National Service men's website