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O'LAVERTY, (Rev.) James. The Parish of Ballymoney. Dublin: James Duffy, 1887. Volume IV. Pages 119 to 149 (31 pages). A facsimile of the chapter on Ballymoney, County Antrim, taken from O'Laverty's "An Historical Account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern", Volume IV, 1887. "The Parish of Ballymoney extends over the civil parish of Ballymoney, except the townland of Garryduff: the civil parish of Derrykeighan: and the southern parts of the civil parish of Billy. The first site of an ancient church which we meet on entering the civil parish of Ballymoney from the civil parish of Kilraghts, occurs in Killyramer, where there was an ancient graveyard: but in 1837 the Ordnance Survey Memoir reported, that even then it had all been dug away and levelled with the field. At that time the farm, on which it had been, belonged to John Moon, and in the same farm there was an artificial cave containing several apartments." This covers some of the local history of the area, the parish priests and the churches.

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