Duneane (County Antrim)
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Duneane is a parish of Upper Toome, Antrim with a population of 6,812 inhabitants.
In conjunction with agriculture the weaving of calico, union cloths and linen are carried on extensively. There are churchs in both Moneyglass and Cargin, which the latter was built in 1826. About 840 children are educated in nine public schools.
The 1821 ﾖ 1851 census returns were almost all destroyed in a fire, the 1861 ﾖ 1891 census returns were destroyed by the government. The 1901 ﾖ 1911 census returns are available on line free of charge on line on the National Archives of Ireland website.
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