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Public Record Office of Northern Ireland: 2002 Accessions

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  • Maxwell family, Barons Farnham (addnl): family and estate papers, incl papers rel to County Cavan elections 1826-1995 (D/3975)
  • Rebecca Leslie and Elizabeth Stewart of Cookstown, County Tyrone: letters (transcripts), incl refs to United Irishmen rebellion and aftermath 1797-1830 (D/3167/3/J)
  • Robert Hogg & Co Ltd, china and crystal merchants, Belfast: business papers 1907-95 (D/4294)
  • Belfast Masonic Widows Fund: papers 1885-1936 (T/3880)
  • 2nd Cookstown Presbyterian Church, Co. Tyrone: records incl registers, minute books and roll books 1822-1959 (MIC/1P/463)
  • 3rd Cookstown Presbyterian Church, Co Tyrone: account books, Pew Rent Books and records rel to the Sunday School 1835-1923 (MIC/1P/460)
  • Devenish parish, County Fermanagh: baptismal and burial registers 1800-1939 (CR/1/84)
  • Holy Trinity parish, Belfast: baptismal and marriage registers, vestry minutes, preachers' books, register of vestrymen and confirmation register (CR1/3)
  • Holy Trinity parish, Lisnaskea, County Fermanagh: baptismal and burial registers 1925-2001 (CR/1/83)
  • 1st Kilraughts Presbyterian Church, Ballymoney: records incl registers and minute books 1815-1984 (MIC/1P/462)
  • Protestant and Catholic Encounter (PACE), East Belfast branch: minute books 1972-92 (D/4303)
  • St Brides parish, Belfast: registers, vestry minutes and other records 1938-77 (CR/1/82)
  • St Mary's parish, Belfast: baptismal and burial registers 1867-72 (CR/1/85)
  • St Silas parish, Belfast: registers, vestry minutes and other records 1899-1996 (CR/1/81)
  • Ulster Arts Club, Belfast: minutes, corresp, accounts, scrapbooks, certificates, catalogues, annual reports and photographs 1902-95 (D/4300)
  • Whitehouse Presbyterian Church, Newtownabbey, Co Atrim: records incl registers and committee minute books 1867-1960 (MIC/1P/461)