There are 13 Orr's listed in the Antrim phone book and 1 Love. I would write some letters to those from the area's close to Old Kilraughts Churchyard.
(A Union encompassed an area of 12 mi. radius including towns, parishs and townlands within)www.firstkilraughts.org.uk.history
Church had a minister Rev. Robert Love in 1836, the family had a farm in Breckagh.
The Tithe Applotments were a tax which took place in Ireland
from the 1820-30's. This is the earliest census substitute
available. Available at PRONI, Belfast, National Archives in Dublin and on Ancestry.com
The Griffith Valuation is also a tax and used as a census substitute. This took place in Antrim in 1862.
There were 21 James Orr's in Antrim at that time and 42 Love's. The place name Breckagh lead me to the following:
Parish Skerry,Townland Breckagh,Union of Ballymena(no James)
Parish Ballymoney, Townland Breckagh, Union of Ballymoney
9 Orr's and 6 Love's in the Parish of Ballymoney
James Orr, Parish of Ballymoney, Townland Cross, Union of Ballymoney, tenant of Margaret Hamilton
James Orr, Parish of Ballymoney, Townparks Ballymoney, Union of Ballymoney,
tenants of the Earl of Antrim
#105 Jane Orr - land 3.2.35
#113 James Orr - land 2 acres 3 roods and 25 perches
#118 Elizabeth Orr - land, house and outbildings 15.3.25
#129-1 High Street, Susannagh M. Orr Town of Ballymoney
Jane Orr, Parish of Ballymoney, Townland Bravallen, Union
#1 free hold(owns-very rare) house, land and outbuilding 1.0.0
LOVE: There is a Thomas, James, Archibald x 2, Margaret & Robert in the Parish of Ballymoney occupying land.
Margaret Love, Parish of Ballymoney, Townland Taghy, Union
of Balleymoney, tenant of James Cramsie
#5 house, outbuildings and land 17.0.5
#7a Robert house, outbuildings land 42.2.10
1888 James Orr is listed in the Basset's Book of Antrim
(will need to check this at home)
1898 James Orr, farmer Drumagueran, Ballymoney
Robert Orr, Farmer, Ballyporter
These maybe sons? because of the date, earlier Directories do not show farmers.www.emeraldancestors.com
is a birth and marriage website for Northern Ireland but Antrim also belongs to an Irish History Foundation which is not for profit but both are fee paying.
The foundation has RC Ballymoney & Derrykerghin from 1853-1900 and burials 1879-1887
Church of Ireland, Ballymoney has records from 1807-1898
1901/1911 Census www.census.nationalarchives.ie
Hope that helps!