Hello Les,

Your request for information is a rather simple query; DRUMRAGH PARISH CHURCH 
is ST. COLUMBA'S CHURCH OF IRELAND, OMAGH. The Church of Ireland is Anglican.  
The staff of PRONI (Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast) have 
microfilmed the the following Drumragh registers and records:

Baptisms 1801-1947; Marriages 1802-1950; Marriage Notice Books 1905-26; Burials 
1830-95 & 1904-75; Vestry Minutes 1792-1871, 1874-82 & 1894-1931; Register of 
Members c1880. The call numbers are MIC582/3 and MIC1/40-41.

It will be possible to download a copy of the marriage certificate at 
IrishGenealogy.ie https://irishgenealogy.ie and also locate birth records for 
the bride and bridegroom. It should also be possible to obtain copies of the 
marriage record and certificates of their parents' marriages. These will be 
civil registration records.

All good wishes for a successful search and outcome,

Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia

From: cotyronelist-boun...@cotyroneireland.com 
<cotyronelist-boun...@cotyroneireland.com> on behalf of Les Leckie 
Sent: Thursday, 20 April 2017 12:45:21 AM
To: County Tyrone
Subject: [CoTyroneIreland] Geneology

Hi. I'm currently tracing my geneaology and have a bit of a puzzle. My 
grandparents were married in Drumragh Parish Church in 1907. Would this have 
been a Catholic or Protestant wedding?

Thank you in anticipation.

Les Leckie
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