1 edition of County of Antrim Grand Jury presentments. found in the catalog.
County of Antrim Grand Jury presentments.
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Antrim County, Michigan free public records searches at Black Book Online. Do a free background check here using free online public records searches in Antrim County. Easily find free criminal records, free court records, free arrest records, free arrest warrants search, free corporation records, free divorce records, free marriage records, free property records, free death records and more. A description of the county of Antrim, Ireland, from Samuel Lewis' Topographical Dictionary the expense of whose maintenance is defrayed equally by grand jury presentments and by Government. Along the coast are 16 coast-guard stations,- 8 in the district of Ballycastle, having a force of 8 officers and 54 men, - and 8 in the district of.
August 21, (69) William and Hugh Young, orphans of Robert Young, choose James Young their guardian, and James is appointed guardian of Joseph Young, another of the orphans. March 21, () Francis Dunn, orphan, heretofore bound to Robert Young, now to be bound to John Miller, to be taught the trade of wheelwright. The Treasurer of each County in which the Grand Jury Assessments shall have been applotted under this Act shall, within Two Months after he shall have received from the Clerk of the Crown the Copies of the Presentments of the preceding Assizes, make out and deliver to each Collector a fair Copy of so much of such Applotment as shall relate to.
GRAND JURY (IRELAND) ACT C A P. CXXXVI. An Act for enabling Grand Juries in Ireland to borrow Money from private Sources on the Security of Presentment, and for transferring to Counties certain Works constructed wholly or in part with Public Money. [20th August ] ‘ Whereas it is expedient to enable Grand Juries in Ireland to raise Money on the Security of Presentments:’ Be it. Report from the Select Committee on grand jury presentments of Ireland Item Preview remove-circle Select Committee on Grand Jury Presentments of Ireland. Publication date Usage Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works Topics Finance,Public - Ireland, Local finance - Ireland, Irish GENERIC RAW BOOK ZIP download.
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Emigrants from County Antrim (2) Emigrant List: Grand Jury Presentments: Parish of Blaris: Emigration List from the Ordnance Survey: Emigration Lists: Ordnance Survey Memoir Billy General information: Abstract from OS Memoir Billy Parish: information: County Antrim famine emigrants: Jun 16, · As I have said in previous blogs, the relative shortage of Irish sources means that every record linking a name to a place is potentially useful.
I therefore offer you a few obscure possibilities from time to time. One such source is Grand Jury Presentments. Grand Juries were the forerunners of the modern County Councils. County Antrim (named after the town of Antrim, from Irish: Aontroim, meaning "lone ridge", [ˈeːnˠt̪ˠɾˠɪmʲ]) is one of six counties that form Northern travelingartsfiesta.comed to the north-east shore of Lough Neagh, the county covers an area of 3, square kilometres (1, sq mi) and has a population of aboutCounty Antrim has a population density of people per square kilometre Country: Northern Ireland.
Kilkenny Grand Jury Presentments, What is inside. The record of the Grand Jury Presentments for Co. Kilkenny, or to give them their full title: 'At a General Assizes, and General Goal Delivery, held at Grace's Old Castle, Kilkenny, in and for said County, on Wednesday 7th March ', was published in Kilkenny City in by T Shearman, stationer.
Baronies of County Antrim, from A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland by Samuel Lewis, with 8 horses, the expense of whose maintenance is defrayed equally by grand jury presentments and by Government. Along the coast are 16 coast-guard stations,— 8 in the district of Ballycastle, having a force of 8 officers and 54 men, — and 8 in.
Grand Jury Presentments () from 'Irish Grand Jury Presentments' by Dr. James Ryan (used with the author's permission - see full article at The In-Depth Genealogist) Grand Juries were the forerunners of the modern County Councils. They were a panel of major landowners in each county formed to make decisions on legal and other matters.
Grand Jury records - boringly good. In an act of parliament transferred the responsibility of maintaining major roads to the county grand jury. Grand juries were also allowed to finance road building by being able to impose a county-cess. The grand jury made proposals for expenditure known as "presentments" which required the approval of the assizes judge.
The money to pay for the presentments was raised by a "county cess" levied on landowners and occupiers in the county, a form of rate tax. A second tier of administrative division below the county was the travelingartsfiesta.comuced by: Gerald Balfour.
Full text of "Accounts of Presentments by Grand Juries of Ireland, Spring and Summer Assizes, " See other formats. The announcement will be under the name, "Dauphin County Investigating Grand Jury." Archives (all archived files are travelingartsfiesta.com (adobe acrobat) file format.) Forms.
Details of the contents of the Wicklow 19th-century Grand Jury Presentments, which are available as a digitised collection. Grand Jury The Grand Juries' initial remit was justice, gradually extending to building/maintaining roads, bridges, infirmaries, asylums, courthouses and gaols.
Census for County Londonderry on microfilm Census for parishes in County Antrim Grand Jury Presentments for Antrim and Londonderry covering 18th and 19th Centuries Dictionary of Irish Biography 9 volumes, Digital Film Archive (Northern Ireland Screen) Tours and talks.
The 13th Circuit Court handles issues involving the rights and responsibilities of individuals and Michigan Law. This includes, but is not limited to, civil lawsuits involving the awarding of dollar amounts over $25, and criminal felonies. The Circuit Court also hears cases appealed from the District Court.
In Antrim County, the Clerk also acts as clerk for the Jury Board. Minutes and other pertinent records for all boards are permanent records and are maintained in the Clerk's office.
Accounting: In Antrim County, the County Clerk prepares the General Ledger and monthly Trial Balance as well as keeping detail records of expenditures and revenues. 86th District Court Antrim County in Bellaire, Michigan. Jury Duty, District and County Clerk of Court, Phone Number, and other Antrim County info.
Mar 14, · Armagh Grand Jury Presentments PRONI D// Muster Rolls, Armagh Militia PRONI D/ Armagh Militia Records. NLI Pos. and Armagh County Library Catholics emigrating from Ulster to Mayo. Seanchas Ardmhaca,pp. Ardress Yeomanry Book, c. PRONI D/ Churchill Yeomanry Book c Jury Duty; Frequently Asked Questions Yes - If your residency is Antrim, Grand Traverse, or Leelanau County and you are not based elsewhere.
I have already served jury duty, can I be called to serve again. Yes, unless you reported for jury service in the Circuit Court within the last 3 years or you do not meet 1 of the other qualifications.
In Antrim in July I 7I 6, only three grand jurors were in the commission of the peace for the county. By I more than half of the County Cork grand jury were justice^.^' Returning again to County Antrim, a particular relationship did exist between the county shrievalty and grand jury service.
Help and advice for County of Armagh - Court Records - Book List held at Armagh March, the following presentments were made by the grand jury, pr. by Robert Stevenson, Armagh, ; Armagh Ireland, Assizes (Armagh, Northern Ireland), The respective charges given to the grand jury of the county of Armagh, at the general assizes.
Sep 02, · County Antrim Genealogy, Family History Notes and Coats of Arms. Special extracts from the IGF archives. Part of the Irish Families Project, this reference work includes the complete census for Antrim, County Map, complete listing of modern parishes and placenames as well as older place names, plus coats of arms of families in Antrim taken from the Irish Book of Arms/5(6).
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In the common law, a grand jury is a type of jury that determines whether there is enough evidence for a travelingartsfiesta.com juries carry out this duty by examining evidence presented to them by a prosecutor and issuing indictments, or by investigating alleged crimes and issuing presentments.A grand jury is traditionally larger than and distinguishable from a.About “The Book of County Tipperary,” George Henry Bassett produced 7 Irish county directories in the s: Antrim, Armagh, Down, Kilkenny, Louth, Tipperary and Wexford.
This amount is made up from the subscriptions of annual and life governors, and by grand jury presentments.Carlow Grand Jury Presentments a.
The Grand Jury was the most important local body in rural Ireland during the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. They were empowered to raise money by means of the county rates. They were responsible for the construction of roads and bridges and the upkeep of the lunatic asylums and hospitals.