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This is the Umbrella Project Page for County Antrim - Northern Ireland

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County Antrim

  • Administrative centre Antrim
  • Province Ulster
  • County Flower - Harebell (Campanula rotundifolia)
  • Area of 3,046 square kilometres (1,176 sq mi)
  • People from County Antrim are called -
  • Motto Per angusta ad augusta (Latin) "Through Trial to Triumphs"

County Antrim (named after the town of Antrim) is one of six counties that form Northern Ireland, situated in the north-east of the island of Ireland. Adjoining the north-east shore of Lough Neagh, County Antrim is one of the thirty-two traditional counties of Ireland and is within the historic province of Ulster.

The county contains all of five parliamentary constituencies:

  • Belfast North
  • Belfast West
  • East Antrim
  • North Antrim
  • South Antrim

Parts of the following constituencies are also in County Antrim:

  • Belfast South
  • East Londonderry
  • Lagan Valley
  • Upper Bann

Large Towns

For full list see County Antrim, Northern Ireland - Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries and Graveyards

  • Antrim
  • Ballymena
  • Carrickfergus
  • Larne
  • Lisburn (has city status)
  • Newtownabbey

For Information about research in the County, including lists of people of renown connected to County Antrim and Families Researched on Geni go to County Antrim - Family Heads link to follow

For Historical information about County Antrim visit Historic County Antrim link to follow - including connections to Historical figures, Gentry and political people connected with County Antrim.

County Antrim, Northern Ireland - Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries and Graveyards

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Please do not add the profiles off all your County Antrim born ancestors to this project or the People connected to County Antrim project. Rather add the earliest known person of a County Antrim family to the County Antrim' - Family Heads] project. link to follow

Parish Map

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  1. Aghagallon
  2. Aghalee
  3. Ahoghill
  4. Antrim
  5. Ardclinis
  6. Armoy
  7. Ballinderry
  8. Ballintoy
  9. Ballyclug
  10. Ballycor
  11. Ballylinny
  12. Ballymartin
  13. Ballymoney
  14. Ballynure
  15. Ballyrashane
  16. Ballyscullion
  17. Ballywillin
  18. Belfast
  19. Billy
  20. Blaris
  21. Camlin
  22. Carncastle
  23. Carnmoney
  24. Carrickfergus & St. Nicholas
  25. Connor
  26. Craigs
  27. Cranfield
  28. Culfeightrin
  29. Derryaghy
  30. Derrykeighan
  31. Donegore
  32. Drumbeg
  33. Drummaul
  34. Dunaghy
  35. Duneane
  36. Dunluce
  37. Finvoy
  38. Glenavy
  39. Glenwhirry
  40. Glynn
  41. Grange of Ballyscullion
  42. Grange of Doagh
  43. Grange of Drumtullagh
  44. Grange of Dundermot
  45. Grange of Inispollan
  46. Grange of Killyglen
  47. Grange of Layd
  48. Grange of Muckamore
  49. Grange of Nilteen
  50. Grange of Shilvodan
  51. Inver
  52. Island Magee
  53. Kilbride
  54. Killagan
  55. Killead
  56. Kilraghts
  57. Kilroot
  58. Kilwaughter
  59. Kirkinriola
  60. Lambeg
  61. Larne
  62. Layd
  63. Loughguile
  64. Magheragall
  65. Magheramesk
  66. Newton Crommelin
  67. Portglenone
  68. Racavan
  69. Raloo
  70. Ramoan
  71. Rasharkin
  72. Rashee
  73. Rathlin
  74. Shankill
  75. Skerry
  76. Templecorran
  77. Templepatrick
  78. Tickmacrevan
  79. Tullyrusk