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The Derry and Antrim Year Book

1943

1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1868 - 1877 - 1880 - 1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1910 - 1918 - 1943   street directories
1913 Tel. directory     1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)    1894 Waterford Directory     1898 Newry Directory

Compare - 1910-1911-1912 Street Directories - a couple of streets

 

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Committee of the Irish Protestant Association of Vancouver, B.C., who had the charge of the arrangements to pay a tribute to the memory of the 36th (Ulster) Division by placing a wreath on the Cenotaph on Dominion Day (July 1st), The photo was taken by Miss Kathleen Robinson

Photograph received by Mr. and Mrs. A. McMullan, Giant's Causeway, from their son, Fusilier Alex. McMullan, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, a prisoner of war in Germany. Fusilier McMullan is fourth from the right in the first row

Group at the wedding in New Row Presbyterian Church, Coleraine, 29th July, 1942, of Miss Gladys Elizabeth Houston, Coleraine, and Rev. J. S. P. Black, B.A., Limavady. The bridesmaids were Dr. Agnes Black and Miss Iona Houston. Rev. J. Haire, M.A., B.D., Maghera, was best man and Mr. Gilbert Black groomsman

Group taken at the wedding at First Ballymoney Presbyterian Church, 7th April, 1942, of Mr. Brian Robert Andrews, Berkshire Yeomanry, and Miss Annie Nevin (Nan) Patterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patterson, Victoria Street, Ballymoney

Wedding at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Limavady, of Sergeant Wm. Eric Gillett (Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry), only son of Mrs. Gillett, London House, Stoke Row, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, and the late Mr. W. Gillett; and Isabelle, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Boucher, Ardgarvan, Limavady. The bride was attended by her cousin, Miss Elizabeth Boucher, and by her two little nieces, Isabelle and Annette Begley. The best man was Mr. Abraham Boucher (brother of the bride)

Lance-Bombardier W. C. Dysart, son of Mr. R. Dysart, Killowen Street, Coleraine, prisoner of war in Middle East

Lance-Bombardier William L. Thompson, Royal Artillery, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ludloy Thompson, Institution Road, Coleraine, prisoner of war

Fusilier David J. McCloskey, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, son of Mrs. Isabella McCloskey, Killure, Coleraine, died while serving in the East

Sergeant James Robert (Bertie) Dunlop, Royal Artillery, died of wounds in a Middle East hospital, February, 1942; eldest son of Mt. J. R. Dunlop, Portstewart; his wife resides at Long Commons, Coleraine

Able-Seaman William Robert John Logue, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Logue, Ballyclose Street, Limavady, missing since December 1941

First-class Boy Andrew McGugan, Royal Navy, reported missing, presumed killed; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. McGugan, 13 Westbrook Terrace, Coleraine

Petty Officer H. Atkinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Atkinson, Moyesset, Tobermore, a survivor from H.M.S. Dorsetshire

Sergeant Wireless Operator Air-Gunner Dallas Boyce, Royal Air Force, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Boyce, The Diamond, Portstewart, killed on active service

Leading Aircraftman David Harper, third son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Harper, Eglinton, died on active service in the Middle East, July 1942

Sergeant Wireless Operator Air-Gunner Samuel Bacon, R.A.F., grandson of Mr. S. Bacon and nephew of Miss Bacon, 97 Causeway Street, Portrush, prisoner of war

Leading Aircraftman Harry M. Bolt, son of Mrs. Bolt and the late Mr. J. W. Bolt, Ballyleighery Upper, Bellarena, died on active service in South Africa, September, 1942

Leading Stoker William McIntyre, Royal Navy, second son of Mr. William McIntyre, Station Road, Portstewart, died on active service, September, 1942

Sergeant William Gordon, R.A.F., eldest son of Mr. James Gordon and Mrs. Gordon, Beagh, Maghera, severely wounded in a bombing flight over enemy territory

Sergeant Patrick Gerrard McGrath, R.A.F., son of Mr. J. McGrath and Mrs. McGrath, Drumene, Kilrea, reported killed in action, May, 1942

Petty Officer Lawrence Hunter, aged 24, son of Mrs. Rebecca Hunter, Meetinghouse Street, Limavady, awarded the D.S.M.

Sergeant Howard McQuigg, Flight Engineer Air-Gunner, R.A.F., killed in action; youngest son of Mr. Wm. McQuigg and the late Mrs. McQuigg, Knockaduff, Aghadowey, and brother of Mr. M. McQuigg, C.E., Coleraine

Able Seaman Chas. Maxwell, husband of Mrs. M. Maxwell, Ramore Street, Portrush, prisoner of war in Hong Kong

Late Right Rev. Monsignor Bernard H. Diamond, Vicar General of the Dallas Diocese Texas, U.S.A.; a native of Brockagh, Garvagh

Dr. J. L. Nevin, Ballymoney, died 20th March, 1942

Acting Flight Lieut. John Frederick Campbell Gallaher, son of Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Gallaher, 11 Whitechurch Road, Cardiff. His mother is a sister of Mr. John Campbell, 8 Mark Street, Portrush (formerly of Crossreagh)

Flight Sergeant William James Glenn, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Glenn, Drumaquil, Coleraine, awarded the Distinguished Flying Medal

Driver William Blair, son of Mr. John Blair and the late Mrs. Blair, Beresford Place, Coleraine, died as the result of a motoring accident in the Middle East

Sergeant Thomas McMurtry ("Mac") Moore, wireless operator and air-gunner, R.A.F., the younger son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Moore, 58 Dunluce Avenue, Belfast, and formerly of Coleraine, killed in action, September, 1942

Leading Aircraftman Andrew (Drew) Smyth, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Smyth, Linenhall Street, Limavady, died on active service, August 1942