Lurgan-Ancestry

A guide to trace your ancestors from Lurgan, County Armagh and from the County of Armagh

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WELCOME TO LURGAN-ANCESTRY.CO.UK

 A SITE TO HELP IN YOUR SEARCH OF ANCESTORS FROM LURGAN, COUNTY ARMAGH;
AND FROM THE COUNTY OF ARMAGH.

ANY INFORMATION OR PHOTOGRAPHS FROM LURGAN WOULD BE VERY WELCOME.

Email me at: andrew.mcelroy@lurgan-ancestry.co.uk

I am unable to conduct any personal genealogical research or provide individual help.

The information provided on this site is free.

Please DO NOT extract any information from this website
without contacting me at the Email address above.

  I have added a new section ‘Newspaper Articles’ on Lurgan Town
and its Inhabitants for 1800 – 1900, taken from the Belfast News-Letter.

The Newspaper Articles are updated regularly.

COMING SOON:

Lurgan Model School Register 1872 & 1873.

White’s Lurgan Almanac and Directory for 1888. 

The Irish Motor Directory 1914-15.

The Irish Motor Directory for County Armagh 1914-15.

Millers and The Mills of County Armagh 1850. 

The Book of County Armagh by George Henry Bassett 1888.

Royal Irish Fusiliers (Boer War) – Regimental District No. 87, Armagh, 1900 – 1903.

County Armagh Councillors 1922.

The Lurgan Street Directories for 1918,
1938, 1942, 1958, 1970, 1975, and 1980.

MacDonald’s Business Directory for Lurgan 1947 and 1954.

JUST PUBLISHED:

The Irish Motor Directory and Motor Annual 1911-12.

The Motor Directory for County Armagh 1911-12.

The Motor Directory for County Armagh 1914-15.

A List of Schools in County Armagh 1910.

The 1901 Census Records for Lurgan Town
and the surrounding Townlands of Lurgan.

The Residents of Lurgan by Street Name 1959.

National Education Schools and Teachers in County Armagh 1862.

Return of Judicial Rents for County Armagh 1882.

Return of Magistrates Appointed in County Armagh 1908.

MacDonald’s Business Directories for Lurgan:
1922 1924 1926 1927 1938 1939
The Lurgan Street Directories:
1905 1910 1915 1920 1925 1930
1935 1940 1945 1950 1955 1960
1965 1969

The Lurgan Street Directories for 1856, 1881, 1894, 1928, 1939,
1953, and 1965 are now complete as are
the Lurgan Free School Records for 1786 – 1795,
the Freeholder Records of O’Neilland East for 1813 – 1832,
and the Schoolmasters in County Armagh for 1824.

* Under Construction & ** Not Yet Completed.

Lurgan (from Irish: an Lorgain meaning “the long ridge”) is a town in Northern Ireland. It is located in the Province of Ulster, in the County of Armagh, in the Barony of ONeilland East and in the Civil Parish of Shankill. Shankill parish consists of 26 Townlands.

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