Derryvalley Congregation, Presbyterian Church
Records of Baptisms of Breakey and Burgess Children
Each individual entry will be listed in the following order:
If data is lacking for any of the above categories, it will be indicated by the following symbol: [x].
25 Apr 1842; Eliza; [x]; John Burgess; [x]; [x]; [x]
11 Sep 1842; William John; [x]; William Gilliland; Agnes Breakey; Drumgrole; [x]
4 Nov 1844; Sarah; [x]; John Burgess; Elizabeth Stuart; Tonyglassan; [x]
9 Aug 1846; James; [x]; William Gilliland; Agnes Breakey; Drumgrole; [x]
3 May 1847; John; [x]; John Burgess; [x] Timykollen (?); [x]
25 Apr 1851; Margaret; [x]; John Burgess; Elizabeth Stuart; Tonyglassan; [x]
31 Jul 1853; Susanna; 9 May 1853; John Burgess; Elizabeth Burgess; Ednanea; William West
2 May 1873; Elizabeth; 4 Feb 1873; Isaiah Breakey; Mary Jane; Mullanagore; [x]
4 May 1874; Mary Jane; 23 Jan 1874; Isaiah Breakey; Mary Jane; Mullanagore; [x]
26 July 1876; Margaret; 11 Jan 1876; Isaiah Breakey; Mary Jane; Mullanagore [x]
24 Apr 1878; Ann; 26 Nov 1877; Isaiah Breakey; Mary Jane; Mullanagore; [x]
Marriages celebrated by the Rev. David Bell of the Derryvalley Congregation of the Presbyterian church, Ballybay, County Monaghan, Ireland:
2 November 1841 – married Isaiah Breakey of 2nd Ballybay Congregation to Margaret Gilliland.
Individuals admitted as members in Derryvalley Congregation for the first time at the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper held on Sabbath:
11 October 1840 – Andrew Breakey; Mullanagore; Wm Breakey, Mullanagore
24 April 1842 – Breakey; Gillespie
21 April 1844 – Eliza Breakey married to Wm Harris, 2nd B’by
20 April 1845 – Mary Ann Breakey, Mullanagore
[x] October 1856 – Isaiah Breakey
[x] October 1866 – Sarah Burgess, Ednanea
11 October1869 – Maggie Burgess, Ednanea; Susan Burgess, Ednanea
During the period 1855 – 1870, many names had written after them, “Gone to America.”
 “1800” had been carved in the Date Stone in the wall of the Church. Why was Derryvalley Presbyterian Church built? The Rev. James Morell was a candidate for First Ballybay Presbyterian Church against a Mr. McCauly, a licentiate. In that day, those who made the largest contributions were permitted to choose the minister though they were often a small minority. Rev. James Morell was chosen by such a minority. The majority left and built Derryvalley Church (Meetinghouse) in 1800 and had Mr. McCauly ordained as their minister.
 Copied by Edward P. Breakey from the Baptismal Register, Derryvalley Congregation, the Rev. David Bell, Minister. This Register of Baptisms is presently, May 14, 1968, in the Library of the Presbyterian Historical Society, Church House, Fisherwick Place, Belfast, North (sic) Ireland.
 The Rev. David Bell’s records are regrettably incomplete.
 It is assumed the rev. David Bell was the Officiating Minister where none was recorded.
 Taken from the Session Book which is presently, May 14, 1868, in the Library of the Presbyterian Historical Society, Church House, Fisherwick Place, Belfast, North (sic) Ireland.
 Taken from previously mentioned Session Book.