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St. Stephen's Parish Magazine
September 1940

Rector: Rev. S. B. Crooks; St. Stephen's Rectory, 44 Mount Charles
Curate: Rev. A. H. V. Frazer, 19 Cliftonpark Avenue
Organist: Mr. W. Hanna, 1 Glantane Street
Church Wardens: Rector's - Mr. Wm. Maxwell. People's - Mr. J. McSorley
Treasurer: Mr. W. McDermott, 649 Antrim Road, Belfast
Secretary: Mr. W. Gilfillan, 50 Eglinton Street
Sexton: Mr. Joseph Kelly, 56 Upper Townsend Street

Baptisms

August   7 - Caroline White, 52 Gardiner Street
August   7 - Joyce Kelly, 171 Broadway
August 21 - Raymond Ward, 86 Alliance Drive
August 21 - Marion Stanfield, 22 College Street West
August 21 - Iris Graham, 20 Ninth Street
August 28 - Louis West, 3 McIvor's Place
August 28 - Albert Hinds, 28 Matlock Street

 

Marriages

August   5 - Thomas James Hood, 34 Upper Charleville Street and Elizabeth Harkins Walker, 31 Beverley Street
August   7 - Norman Bellman Walsh, 60 Maryville Street and Charlotte Gregg Moore, 204 Donegall Road
August 31 - John Gray, 51 Lanark Street and Margaret McCready Gibson, 10 Berlin Street

 

Deaths

August   7 - Samuel John Ferris Rodgers, 15 Malvern Street
August   8 - Hugh McIlroy, 8 Jersey Street
August   8 - John Hill, 2 North King Street
August 16 - Edward Forsythe, 7 Upper Cargill Street
August 25 - Francis Murphy, 6 Perth Street
August 26 - Samuel McAlister, 49 Upper Townsend Street

The Senior Girls' Club
Donations

Mrs. D. Bulman, South Africa
Mrs. Kirkpatrick
Mrs. Marcus
Mrs. Kelly
Miss Gorman
Mr. Crothers

Mrs. J. McSorley
H. Joy
B. Scott

Rector's Letter

My Dear Parishioners, On this first occasion of addressing you through the medium of the Magazine I should like to say how very proud and privileged I am to be your new rector. There is a tradition of magnificent Churchmanship in St. Stephen's parish which has been maintained since its earliest days; and with your loyal co-operation and the Divine blessing it is my fixed intention to carry it on to even greater achievement in the times that lie before us. In common with other Churches we have suffered, I am told, from the black-out in the attendance at Evening Prayer. Presently we shall be confronted with that situation once more, but a kind of balance could be kept up if much larger congregations would assemble for the Morning Service. I am convinced there is really nothing in the vast majority of cases to prevent this. And of course it is everybody's Christian duty to be present in the House of God at least once every Sunday unless prevented by sickness or some such weighty reason.
     Month by month a letter of one sort or other from my pen will (D.V.) appear in the Magazine dealing with topics of parochial interest as they arise. And now since a new epoch in the life of St. Stephen's parish is beginning, I earnestly pray that God's richest blessing may rest on us all - clergy and people alike.   Yours very sincerely, Samuel B. Crooks

Subscription List

District I
Collectors - Mr. J. McSorley and Miss L. McCreight

Mr. J. McSorley, 163 Ballygomartin Road
Mr. D. Martin, 210 Donegall Road
Mr. S. Waring, 66 Glencairn Street
Mr. W. Gilfillan, 50 Eglinton Street
Mr. James Madden, 78 Glencairn Crescent
Mr. J. Madden, 71 Broadway Parade
Mr. E. S. Madden, 64 Mayflower Street
Mrs. R. Madden, 42 Oregon Street
Mr. E. Morgan, 26 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. McConnell, Brookvale House, Antrim Road
Miss M. Shields, 110 Boundary Street
Miss L. Finlay, 13 Cargill Street
Miss L. Walker, 31 Beverley Street
Miss A. Walker, 31 Beverley Street
Miss H. McCreight, 76 Maryville Street
Miss L. McCreight, 76 Maryville Street

District II
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District III
Collectors - Misses S. and E. Morrow

Mr. I. McCullough, 73 Townsend Street
Mrs. McCullough, 67 Townsend Street
Miss M. Rodgers, 62 Townsend Street
Mr. R. Morrow, 62 Townsend Street
Mr. D. Morrow, 62 Townsend Street
Mr. Patterson, 65 Townsend Street
Mr. Doran, 63 Townsend Street
Mr. Montgomery, 31 Naples Street
Mrs. Shorten, 8 Melbourne Street
Miss Clugston, 19 Melbourne Street
Mr. Crothers, 17 Melbourne Street
Mr. McAuley, 16 Melbourne Street
Mr. McKee, 11 Melbourne Street
Mrs. Fox, 7 Melbourne Street
Mr. Andrews, 32 Melbourne Street
Mrs. McAloney, 60 Brown Street
Mr. Walker, 38 Brown Street
Mr. Donnelly, 32 Brown Street
Mr. W. Lee, 30 Brown Street
Mr. Smith, 24 Brown Street
Mr. Naylor, 17 Brown Street
Mr. S. McAuley, 19 Brown Street
Mr. Graham, 57 Boyd Street
Mr. Dickey, 44 Boyd Street
Mrs. Duffy, 42 Boyd Street
Mr. T. Lee, 40 Boyd Street
Mrs. Brannagh, 9 Gardiner Street
Mrs. Thompson, 11 Gardiner Street
Mr. Wilson, 6 Gardiner Street
Miss Martin, 14 Gardiner Street
Mrs. Gallagher, 10 North King Street
Mr. McPherson, 12 North King Street
Mrs. McDermott, Smithfield
Mr. H. Greer, Smithfield
Mr. Nelson, 1 McIvor's Place
Mrs. Cunningham, 9 McIvor's Place
Miss H. Russell, 8 Bilton Place
Mr. Taylor, 4 Bilton Place
Mrs. Harvey, 10 Johnston Street
Mrs. Harvey, 4 Johnston Street
Mrs. Shilliday, 32 Sackville Street
Mr. Thompson, 28 Sackville Street
Mr. J. Naylor, 12 Sackville Street
Mrs. Pritchard, 39 Sackville Street
Mrs. Stubbs, 37 Sackville Street
Mr. Johnston, 35 Sackville Street
Mr. McCormick, 1 Sackville Street
Mrs. Gray, 4 Sackville Street
Mr. Johnston, 32 Ainsworth Street
Mr. Higgins, 18 Woodford Street
Mr. Postlewaite, 63 Burnaby Street
Mr. Russell, 81 Riga Street
Mr. McDowell, 27 Glenside Parade
Mr. Short, 80 Bentinck Street
Mrs. Sommerville, 1 Glendower Street
Mr. Harvey, 31 Esmond Street
Mr. and Mrs. Simpson, 1 Hastings Street
Mr. McAuley, 44 Adam Street
Mr. Cunningham, 1 Blenheim Drive
Mrs. Moore, 8 Suncroft Street (Sancroft)
Mr. Gray, 16 Rusholme Street
Mr. W. Flenagan, 32 Gardiner Street
Mr. Dillon, 30 Melbourne Street
Mr. Kinghan, 62 Boyd Street
Mrs. Goodwin, 9 Sackville Street
Mr. Downey, 44 Boyd Street
Mr. Campbell, 7 Gardiner Street
Mrs. Fryer, 18 Melbourne Street
Mr. Butler, 3 Valentine Street
Mrs. Howell, 10 Melbourne Street
Mrs. Downey, 49 Brown Street
Mr. Creelman, 3 Gardiner Street
Mr. H. Porter, 4 Brown Square
Mrs. Fullalove, 30 Wilson Street
Mrs. McIlwaine, 10 McIvor's Place
Mrs. Dillon, 17 Sackville Street
Mrs. McCall, 33 Sackville Street
Mr. Dillon, 30 Sackville Street
Mrs. Stanfield, 22 College Street West

District IV
Collectors - Miss M. Kelly and Miss L. Lusty

Miss G. Watson, 23 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. T. Allen, 15 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. W. Parker, 11 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. W. Geddis, 3 Upper Cargill Street
Mrs. Carmichael, 9 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. S. Cunningham, 8 Upper Cargill Street
Mrs. McKenzie, 20 Dover Street
Mrs. Dempster, 22 Dover Street
Mr. Kelly, 61 Dover Street
Mr. T. McCann, 16 Loudan Street
Mrs. Murdock, 10 Loudan Street
Mr. Blackburn, 11 Loudan Street
Mr. W. Hanna, 5 Loudan Street
Mr. H. Millar, 33 Cargill Street
Mrs. Hammond, 31 Cargill Street
Mr. Walker, 29 Cargill Street
Mr. Mahood, 27 Cargill Street
Mrs. McDowell, 21 Cargill Street
Mr. Finlay, 13 Cargill Street
Mrs. Brady, 9 Cargill Street
Mr. W. Brady, 7 Cargill Street
Mr. Sturgeon, 5 Cargill Street
Mr. Young, 12 Cargill Street
Mr. Dalyrimple, 8 Cargill Street (Dalrymple)
Mr. Wright, 18 Cargill Street
Mr. Hoy, 36 Townsend Street
Mr. Mathers, 4 Dayton Street
Mr. Morrison, 162 Boundary Street
Mrs. Kelly, 136 Boundary Street
Mrs. Hindes, 118 Boundary Street
Mrs. Mitchell, 116 Boundary Street
Mr. Shields, 110 Boundary Street
Mr. Tracy, 114 Boundary Street
Mr. Montgomery, 31 Boundary Street
Mrs. Maxwell, 41 Boundary Street
Mrs. Lusty, 51 Boundary Street
Mrs. Cotter, 138 Boundary Street
Mr. Lewis, 33 Boundary Street
Mr. McKee, 134 Boundary Street
Mr. Thompson, 30 Greenland Street
Mr. Irwin, 24 Greenland Street
Mr. Kyle, 14 Greenland Street
Mrs. Edgeworth, 2 Reid's Place
Mrs. Bell, 8 Reid's Place
Mr. Dalyrimple, 30 Dhu Varren Park (Dalrymple)
Mr. Ditty, 58 Bainsmore Drive
Mr. J. Kelly, 56 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Robinson, 23 Brown Street
Mr. T. Kelly, 18 Kilburn Street
Mr. Moreland, 7 Tierney Street
Mr. Kelly, 256 Ravenhill Road
Mr. Edgeworth, 31 Wimbledon Street
Mr. McCaugherty, 96 Rutherglen Street
Mr. Finlay, 25 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. Hanna, 6 Loudan Street
Mr. Bunting, 14 Cargill Street
Mrs. O'Neill, 29 Wigton Street
Mr. Walker, 32 Dover Street
Mr. Hamilton, 3 Loudan Street
Mr. Wilson, 140 Boundary Street
Mr. W. McAuley, 160 Boundary Street
Mrs. Woods, 82 My Lady's Road
Mr. R. Dunwoody, 17 Loopland Road
Mr. Thomson, 43 Boundary Street
Mr. T. Wilson, 8 Greenland Street
Mr. Fleming, 22 Greenland Street
Mr. McVeigh, 126 Boundary Street

District V
Collectors - Miss M. Bell and Miss W. Busby

Mr. Johnston, 32 Israel Street
Mr. Cole, 50 Shankill Road
Mr. Loan, 84 Shankill Road
Mr. Madden, 43 Westmoreland Street
Mr. McGardle, 41 Westmoreland Street
Mr. Lowe, 33 Penrith Street
Mr. Prentice, 19 Penrith Street
Mr. Morton, 57 Penrith Street
Mrs. Burnside, Cambria Street
Mrs. Kerr, 25 Crosby Street
Mrs. Mathers, 21 Wigton Street
Mr. Trotter, 18 Cumberland Street
Miss McKenna, 96 Percy Street
Mr. McKenna, 96 Percy Street
Mrs. Orr, 40 Carlow Street
Mrs. Cunningham, 6 Warkworth Street
Mrs. Thornton, 38 Dover Street
Mr. Moffat, 70 Dover Street
Mr. Walker, 31 Beverley Street
Miss Proctor, 41 Beverley Street
Mrs. Potts, 7 Hopeton Street
Mr. Thoburn, 1 Lorton Street
Mr. Lowe, 3 Penrith Street
Mr. J. Crooks, 42 Crosby Street
Mr. Douey, 30 Cumberland Street
Mr. Atkinson, 70 Carlow Street
Mr. Morris, 86 Beverley Street
Mr. McAlister, 47 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Stewart, 34 Israel Street
Constable Buick, 101 Westmoreland Street
Mr. Morris, 50 Penrith Street
Mrs. Thompson, 18 Wigton Street
Mr. Blain, 9 Cumberland Street
Mr. R. Bell, 19 Glenbryn Drive
Mr. McClelland, 22 Penrith Street

District VI
Collectors - Miss H. Joy and Miss L. Addis

Mr. I. Cummings, 46 Berlin Street
Mr. Gibson, 10 Berlin Street
Mrs. Higgins, 41 Paris Street
Mr. McIlrath, 9 Bisley Street
Mr. Bradley, 71 Silvio Street
Mr. McMahon, 19 Raleigh Street
Mr. Leathem, 17 Keswick Street
Mr. Flanagan, 40 Sydney Street West
Mrs. Hill, 209 Tennent Street
Mr. Crawford, 74 Carnau Street (Carnan)
Mr. Kirk, 54 Tobergill Street
Mrs. McCallum, 50 Emerson Street
Mr. Bell, 56 Weir Street
Mr. Smith, 63 Weir Street
Mr. Kirkpatrick, 294 Cupar Street
Mr. McClintock, 41 Lanark Street
Mr. Cardwell, 4 Bainsmore Drive
Mr. Owens, 81 Ainsworth Drive
Mrs. Carley, 9 Whitworth Street
Miss Joy, 4 Tennyson Street
Miss H. Joy, 4 Tennyson Street
Mr. Scott, 41 Downing Street
Miss B. Scott, 41 Downing Street
Mr. W. Morton, 61 Brownlow Street
Mr. Prentice, 158 Sugarfield Street
Mr. Page, 39 Ashmore Street
Mr. McIlheron, 11 Northland Street
Mr. Cunningham, 19 Wilton Square South
Mr. McCloskey, Clifton Street
Mr. Milliken, 21 Caledon Street
Mr. Fox, 74 James Street
Mrs. Bothwell, 81 Tobergill Street
Mr. McDermott, 32 Glencairn Street
Mr. McCabe, 448 Springfield Road
Mr. Johnston, 171 Conway Street
Mr. C. Rodgers, 13 Woodvale Pass
Mrs. Armstrong, 31 Bisley Street
Mr. Stevenson, 82 Leopold Street
Mrs. Kerr, 67 Silvio Street
Mr. Armstrong, 6 Fleming Street
Mr. Ramsey, 56 Fourth Street
Mr. W. Higginson, 78 Glenwood Street
Mr. J. Matchett, 55 Harrybrook Street
Mr. T. Cannon, 26 Carnan Street
Mrs. Stevenson, 58 Tobergill Street
Mr. Smith, 14 Southland Street
Mrs. McGiveran, 78 Wilton Street
Miss Houston, 31 Lawnbrook Avenue
Mrs. Cardwell, 99 Lawnbrook Avenue

District VII
Collectors - The Misses M. and I. Addis

Mr. S. Addis, 11 Percy Street
Mrs. Murray, 5 Percy Street
Mr. Sterrett, 38 Carlow Street
Mrs. Steed, 23 Northumberland Street
Mr. Potts, 34 Ninth Street
Miss Rutherford, 20 Seventh Street
Mr. Kirkwood, 3 Sixth Street
Mr. Gray, 5 Fourth Street
Mrs. McKinney, 107 Argyle Street
Mr. McCallin, 109 Argyle Street
Mrs. Adams, 62 Argyle Street
Mrs. Swaine, 14 Urney Street
Mrs. McKibben, 118 Brookmount Street
Mr. Ferguson, 4 Ainsworth Pass
Mrs. Williamson, 66 Westmoreland Street
Mrs. Allen, 46 Westmoreland Street
Mrs. Rankin, 46 Westmoreland Street
Miss Nixon, 61 Tennent Street
Mrs. Busby, 183 Tennent Street
Mr. Swann, 6 Ballymena Street
Mrs. Lennox, 126 Silvio Street
Mr. Jackson, 17 Olive Street
Mrs. McDowell, 75 Bellevue Street
Mr. Moore, 70 Aberdeen Street
Mrs. Faulkiner, 63 Cumberland Street
Mr. Harvey, 66 Carlow Street
Mr. Hume, 40 Seventh Street
Mrs. Brown, 119 Argyle Street
Mr. Osborne, 186 Urney Street
Mrs. Montgomery, 213 Urney Street
Mrs. Annette, 169 Cranmore Street
Mr. Craig, 73 Dundee Street
Mr. Bowers, 9 Silverstream Parade
Mrs. Thompson, 106 Argyle Street
Mrs. Loughlin, 99 Urney Street
Mrs. Crossett, 103 Cupar Street
Mr. Harvey, 12 Tyne Street
Miss D. Ferris, 32 Carlow Street
Mr. Nuttall, 63 Cumberland Street
Mr. Lemon, 80 Aberdeen Street
Mrs. Gibson, 210 Conway Street
Mrs. Forsythe, 66 Argyle Street
Mr. Clarke, 13 Snugville Street
Mr. Rankin, 43 Lorton Street
Mrs. Campbell, 51 Percy Street
Miss M. Gibson, 49 Percy Street
Mr. Lavery, 16 Tyne Street
Mrs. Lindsay, 28 Tyne Street
Mr. Armstrong, 10 Tyne Street
Mr. Wallace, 41 Northumberland Street
Mr. J. White, 9 Aberdeen Street
Mr. Adams, 38 North Howard Street
Mr. Mahood, 5 Argyle Street
Miss S. Barnes, 68 Argyle Street
Mr. McBride, 108 Argyle Street
Mrs. McDowell, 51 Crosby Street
Mrs. Averall, 80 Alliance Parade
Mr. Averall, 80 Alliance Parade
Mr. Scott, 116 Alliance Parade

District VIII
Collectors - Miss S. McIlwaine and Miss M. Maxwell

Mrs. Hare, 133 Old Lodge Road
Miss Dick, 133 Old Lodge Road
Mr. Niblock, 90 Old Lodge Road
Mr. McIlwaine, 88 Old Lodge Road
Mr. Gilliland, 41 Old Lodge Road
Mr. Martin, 42 Upper Townsend Street
Mrs. Morgan, 26 Upper Townsend Street
Mrs. McClelland, 27 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Lowry, 43 Sherbrook Street
Mr. Larmour, 10 Lime Street
Mr. R. Lusty, 16 Lime Street
Mr. E. Coulter, 18 Lime Street
Mrs. Cummins, 17 Hartley Street
Miss Telford, 57 Broadbent Street
Mr. Johnston, 13 Cavour Street
Mr. W. J. Hamilton, 50 Peter's Hill
Mr. J. Hamilton, 50 Peter's Hill
Mrs. Maxwell, 9 Southport Street
Mr. T. Hamilton, 50 Christopher Street
Miss Dyer, 50 Christopher Street
Mr. Wm. Maxwell, 41 Denmark Street
Mrs. McAdam, 79 Hopewell Street
Mr. Forrester, 94 Old Lodge Road
Mr. Lusty, 30 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Kerr, 27 Woodford Street
Mr. Martin, 53 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. W. Doran, 23 Cavour Street
Mrs. Johnston, 30 Cavour Street
Mr. Ferris, 18 Cavour Street
Mr. Taylor, Superintendent Carrick House

District IX
Collector - Miss R. Laverty

Mr. Kirk, 18 Israel Street
Mrs. Donnelly, 60 Israel Street
Mr. Campbell, 49 Christopher Street
Mrs. Smith, 53 Christopher Street
Mr. Williamson, 52 McTier Street
Mr. Anderson, 62 McTier Street
Mrs. Gibson, 85 McTier Street
Mrs. Martin, 65 McTier Street
Mr. Finn, 69 Hopewell Street
Mrs. Scott, 58 Hopewell Street
Mr. McQuitty, 9 Hanover Street
Mr. M. McEwan, 111 Peter's Hill
Mr. Elwood, 6 Belgrave Street
Mr. McBride, 131 Crimea Street
Mrs. Montgomery, 32 Castleton Gardens
Mr. Lusty, 11 Campbell Street
Mrs. McKee, 16 Campbell Street
Mr. Boyd, 10 North Boundary Street
Mr. Melville, 67 Hudson Street
Mr. Addis, 17 Alaska Street
Mr. Johnston, 14 Fleming Street
Mrs. Elwood, 34 Downing Street
Mrs. Totten, 19 Carlisle Street
Mr. Lyttle, 90 McTier Street
Mr. Forsythe, 114 McTier Street
Mr. Green, 7 North Boundary Street
Mrs. Glenn, 13 North Boundary Street
Mr. Scott, 27 North Boundary Street
Mr. Harper, 23 Hanover Street
Mr. Ferguson, 22 Hanover Street
Mr. Clark, 16 Perth Street
Mrs. McDowell, 40 Israel Street
Mrs. Kane, 51 Christopher Street
Mrs. Harper, 61 Christopher Street
Mr. Hagan, 146 McTier Street
Mr. Boyd, 6 Rutherford Street
Mr. Ogilby, 18 Hopewell Street
Mr. Mussen, 48 Hanover Street
Mr. Campbell, 26 Sherbrook Street
Mr. Boyce, 12 Hudson Street
Mr. G. Ferris, 3 Hudson Street
Mrs. Copeland, 155 Bellevue Street
Mr. Murphy, 42 Klondyke Street
Mrs. Murphy, 6 Perth Street
Mrs. McFarland, 44 Old Lodge Road
Mrs. Coard, 20 Campbell Street
Mr. Truieck, 57 Hartley Street (Trueck)
Mr. McFadden, 11 Riversdale Street
Mr. Orr, 4 Killarney Street
Mr. Doyle, 17 Matlock Street

District X
Collectors - Miss M. Beckett and Miss J. Hanley

Mr. Beckett, 20 Upper Meenan Street
Mr. McBride, 170 Crimea Street
Mr. Davidson, 18 Crimea Street
Mrs. Ferris, 32 Crimea Street
Mr. Graham, 62 Crimea Street
Mrs. Geddis, 15 Crimea Street
Mr. A. Gray, 20 Derry Street
Mr. W. J. Gray, 20 Derry Street
Mrs. Kirkpatrick, 1 Breenan Street (Brennan)
Mr. Stitt, 181 Agnes Street
Mr. Braden, 13 Glentilt Street
Mrs. Millar, 22 Perth Street
Mr. Millar, 19 Harrybrook Street
Mrs. McMurray, 17 Springmount Street
Mr. Kerr, 4 Conlon Street
Miss Smyth, 6 Conlon Street
Mrs. Morrow, 19 Foreman Street
Mr. F. Reilly, 10 Meenan Street
Mrs. Cluney, 6 Fairview Street
Mr. Ferris, 2 Joseph Street
Mr. Robinson, 78 Joseph Street
Mrs. McKee, 83 Malvern Street
Mr. Slavin, 93 Malvern Street
Mrs. Robinson, 47 Brownlow Street
Mr. Garvin, 12 Clements Street
Mr. McCormick, 20 Clements Street
Mrs. Howell, 37 Brussells Street (Brussels)
Mr. Irvine, 11 Florence Place
Mrs. Millar, 34 Bristol Street
Mrs. Gibbons, 93 Hopewell Street
Mr. McMillan, 41 Upper Meenan Street
Mrs. Hamilton, 47 Moscow Street
Mr. Knight, 17 Bradford Street
Mr. Smyth, 21 Moscow Street
Mr. Blair, 22 Crimea Street
Mrs. Rainey, 25 Derry Street
Mrs. Hinds, 24 Matlock Street
Mrs. Horner, 58 Bristol Street
Miss L. McCormick, 5 Brownlow Street
Mrs. McIlwaine, 30 Belgrave Street
Mr. Watters, 30 Belgrave Street
Mr. McIlwaine, 27 Belgrave Street
Mrs. Collins, 140 McTier Street
Mrs. Mills, 8 Matchett Street
Mr. R. Bailie, 13 Springmount Street

District XI
Collectors - The Misses M. and S. Keenan

Mr. J. McMullan, 175 Snugville Street
Mrs. Corr, 9 Paris Street
Mr. McCleery, 100 Riga Street
Mr. Clarke, 52 Berlin Street
Mrs. Mason, 54 Beresford Street
Mr. Gilmore, 19 Northumberland Street
Mrs. J. Lucas, 1 Penrith Street
Mr. McIlroy, 8 Jersey Street
Mr. Milligan, 14 Jersey Street
Mr. M. Scott, 1 Century Street
Mrs. Lutton, 52 Brussels Street
Mrs. Keenan, 12 Enfield Drive
Mr. Elwood, 3 Herron's Row
Mrs. Jenkins, 17 Pernau Street
Miss Bell, 141 Snugville Street
Mr. F. Quigg, 88 Dundee Street
Mrs. Doyle, 49 Northumberland Street
Mr. G. Bell, 137 Snugville Street
Mr. Phillips, 3 Tobergill Street
Mr. Cranston, 26 Glenwood Street
Mrs. Megahey, 48 Christopher Street
Miss G. Lucas, 44 Percy Street
Mr. Fearon, 25 James Street
Mr. Cranston, 18 Northland Street
Mr. Kennedy, 23 Brussels Street
Miss Hinton, 45 Bellevue Street

District XII
Collector - Miss L. Frazer

Mrs. Robinson, 41 Dagmar Street
Mrs. Frazer, 61 Hanover Street
Mrs. Clarke, 17 Hanover Street
Mr. Hamilton, 22 Denmark Street
Mrs. Smith, 31 Denmark Street
Mr. Woods, 44 Denmark Street
Mr. Bleakly, 459 Denmark Street
Mr. McCausland, 63 Denmark Street
Mrs. McRoberts, 50 Eglinton Street
Mr. and Mrs. Brown, 535 Old Park Road
Mr. E. Lusty, 15 Bedeque Street
Mr. A. Carr, 21 Bedeque Street
Mr. Pirrie, 13 Hazelnut Street
Mrs. Louge, 115 Manor Street (Logue)
Mrs. Nixon, 142 Manor Street
Mrs. Logan, 52 Palmer Street
Mr. Harper, 49 Cumberland Street
Mr. Kingsmore, 14 Bray Street
Mrs. Johnston, 15 Westland Road
Mr. Hunter, 15 Brougham Street
Mrs. Anderson, 51 Glenrosa Street
Mr. Gray, 17 Breenan Street (Brennan)
Mr. Jackson, 167 Alliance Avenue
Mr. Hanna, 81 Joanmount Park
Mr. Keel, 31 Joanmount Gardens
Mrs. Jackson, Glengormley
Mr. Logan, 15 Kirkliston Gardens
Mr. Bailie, 11 Moosvale Street (Mossvale)
Mrs. Stewart, 5 Barrow Street
Mr. Matchett, 83 Agnes Street
Miss L. Frazer, 58 Downing Street
Mr. W. G. Mackrell, 50 Hopeton Street
Mr. McIlroy, 43 Denmark Street
Mr. Crothers, 13 Lee Street
Mr. Bryans, 92 Rosevale Street
Mrs. Robinson, 8 Hazelnut Street
Mr. Stockman, 22 Liffey Street
Mrs. Peel, 14 Eglinton Street
Mrs. Sterling, 111 Manor Drive
Mr. Connelly, 123 Alliance Drive
Mr. Gray, 9 Loftus Street
Mr. Totton, 64 Hanover Street
Mr. Nesbitt, 72 Hanover Street
Mrs. Adamson, 1 Manor Drive
Mrs. McDowell, 20 Dargle Street
Mr. J. Hamilton, 8 Baden Powell Street
Mr. H. Lowry, 112 Old Park Avenue
Mr. C. Porter, 167 Joanmount Gardens
Mr. Johnston, 43 Joanmount Gardens
Mr. Hill, 123 Alliance Drive

District XIII
Collectors - Miss F. Potts and Miss F. Brown

Miss Hanna, 14 Lincoln Avenue
Mrs. Hughes, 14 Lincoln Avenue
Mr. Cordiner, 192 Hillman Street
Mrs. Glenn, 6 Molyneaux Street
Mr. J. Foster, 6 St. Paul's Street
Mr. Bradford, 89 Premier Drive
Mrs. Bradford, 89 Premier Drive
Mrs. Kilpatrick, 52 Holywoodview Terrace
Mr. McKnight, 30 Mervue Street
Miss McKnight, 30 Mervue Street
Mrs. Langtry, 48 Hanna Street
Mr. Gilmore, 23 Brougham Street
Mr. Murray, 40 Brussells Street (Brussels)
Mr. Lemon, 25 Ainsworth Drive
Mr. J. Mason, 85a North Queen Street
Mr. T. Walker, 133 Hillman Street
Mr. Robinson, 19 Hillman Street
The Misses Treginna, 77 Hillman Street
Mrs. McKee, 1 Cross Street
Mr. W. Cosgrove, 13 Seagrove Parade
Mrs. Mayne, 43 Seaview Street

District XIV
Collectors - Miss A. Hamilton and Miss M. Jefferson

Mrs. Williamson, 202 Malone Road
Mr. Jess, 75 Roden Street
Miss Jess, 20 Balmoral Street
Mr. Little, 186 Grosvenor Road
Mr. Gill, 186 Grosvenor Road
Mr. Jefferson, 10 Marsden Gardens
Mr. E. Jess, 73 Excise Street
Mr. King, 23 Gawn Street
Miss McNally, 23 Gawn Street
Mr. W. McDermott, 649 Antrim Road
Mr. Smith, 25 Barton Street
Mr. Gamble, 42 Little Grosvenor Street
Mrs. Neil, 58 Glenalpin Street
Miss Twynam, 41 Cumbermere Street (Combermere)
Mr. McAuley, 218 Roden Street

District XV
Collector - Miss H. McCreaight (McCreight)

Mr. W. McCreight, 76 Maryville Street
Mr. Cummings, 67 Dublin Road
Mrs. Lyons, 17 Little Victoria Street
Mr. Gould, 17 Ratcliffe Street
Mrs. Marks, 22 India Street
Mrs. McCartin, 34 Dunluce Avenue
Mrs. Lisk, 115 Donnybrook Street
Mrs. Cinnamond, 7 Blondin Street
Mr. Tate, 128 Utility Street
Mr. Thornberry, 22 Landseer Street
Miss Geddis, 34 Coolderry Street
Miss McTear, 52 Farnham Street
Mrs. Curliss, 1 or 10 Taylor Street
Mr. Jones, 54 Fairview Street
Miss Press, 27 Tudor Place
Mr. Taylor, 27 Tudor Place
Mr. Gibson, 26 Wigton Street
Mrs. Holland, 48 Byron Street
Mrs. Briggs, 8 Cromwell Street
Mrs. Hamilton, 28 Cromwell Street
Mrs. Webster, 12 Montreal Street
Mr. Harland, 50 Ohio Street
Mrs. Osborne, 19 Olverton Street (Ulverston)
Mrs. Whitley, 74 Enfield Street
Mrs. Balfour, Cheviot Avenue
Mr. Walker, 39 Apsley Street
Mrs. McConnell, 29 Apsley Street
Mr. McGinley, 85 Kilburn Street
Mrs. Woods, 1 Powerscourt Street
Mrs. Taylor, 2 Tyne Street
Mr. Todd, 7 Dhu Varren Park
Mr. Kirkpatrick, 19 Dhu Varren Park
Miss Johnston, 18 Ballygomartin Road
Mr. McDonald, 20 Glencairn Street
Mr. Crothers, 81 Glencairn Street
Mr. Thompson, 50 Woodvale Drive
Mr. Ellis, 31 Woodvale Parade
Mr. Bunting, 20 Woodvale Parade
Mrs. Bovelle, 20 Woodvale Parade
Mr. Lusty, 10 Ballygomartin Road
Mr. Rafferty, 15 Sommerdale Park (Somerdale)
Mr. S. Brooks, 403 Ormeau Road
Mrs. Moore, 88 Cranbrook Gardens
Mrs. Playfair, 87 Cranbrook Gardens
Mr. Kilgore, 20 Landseer Street
Mr. Harte, 3 Rushfield Avenue
Mr. James, 4 Abingdon Street
Mrs. Murphy, 22 Cromwell Street
Mr. Sergerson, 215 Mayo Street (Sargerson Sergison)
Mr. J. Moore, 68 Wigton Street
Mr. Lloyd, 24 Sommerdale Park (Somerdale)
Mr. Robinson, 97 Twaddell Avenue
Mr. Burnett, 17 Woodvale Parade
Mr. Taylor, 37 Tyne Street
Miss W. Logan, 24 Twaddell Avenue
Mr. W. Logan, 24 Twaddell Avenue
Mrs. Ruberry, 25 Little Victoria Street
Mr. Skillen, 7 Essex Street
Mrs. Gardiner, 13 Rutland Street
Mrs. Berridge, 1 Coates' Building
Miss Brew, Laurence Street
Mrs. McIlwaine, 87 Donegall Avenue
Mr. Gregg, 51 Soudan Street
Mrs. Howes, 22 Pandora Street
Mr. Harte, 52 Empire Street
Mr. Parker, 15 Salena Street (Selina)
Mr. Hall, 6 Fingal Street
Mr. Fitzsimmons, 21 Ainsworth Drive
Mr. J. Nugent, 36 Dhu Varren Crescent
Mrs. Mills, 116 Woodvale Road
Mr. A. McCormick, 36 Donaldson Crescent
Mr. W. McCormick, 36 Donaldson Crescent
Mr. Haslett, "Lisavon" Crumlin Road
Mrs. Duffy, 41 Farrington Gardens
Mrs. McSweeney, 5 Farrington Gardens
Mrs. Bowers, 19 Fairview Street
Mrs. Kelly, 171 Broadway

Magazine Fund

Mr. McAuley, 19 Brown Street
Mr. G. McAuley, 44 Adam Street

St. Stephen's Parish Magazine
January 1941

Rector: Rev. S. B. Crooks; St. Stephen's Rectory, 44 Mount Charles
Curate: Rev. A. H. V. Frazer, 19 Cliftonpark Avenue
Organist: Mr. W. Hanna, 1 Glantane Street
Church Wardens: Rector's - Mr. Wm. Maxwell. People's - Mr. J. McSorley
Treasurer: Mr. W. McDermott, 649 Antrim Road, Belfast
Secretary: Mr. W. Gilfillan, 50 Eglinton Street
Sexton: Mr. Joseph Kelly, 56 Upper Townsend Street

Baptisms

Dec. 29 - Robert Murphy Watson, 69 Belgrave Street
Dec. 29 - Mary Ellen Johnston, 22 Lime Street

Marriages

Dec. 10 - Hugh Drummond, 83 Ainsworth Avenue and Susan Birnie Judson, 212 Alliance Road
Dec. 11 - James Brown, Malone Training School and Dorothy Murphy, 6 Perth Street
Dec. 14 - Denis Trolland Crawford, 74 Carnan Street and Winifred Joseph Beattie, 70 Carnan Street
Dec. 14 - Raymond Boyce, Victoria Barracks, Belfast and Kathleen Irvine, 11 Florence Place
Dec. 21 - Frederick Neil Stewart, 5 Barrow Street and Mary Matthews Robb, 89 Upper Meadow Street
Dec. 21 - Robert McKnight, 21 Upper Charleville Street
Dec. 23 - James Bertram McMillen, 16 Elmfield Gardens and Dorcas Dick Duffy, 48 Old Lodge Road
Dec. 25 - John Louge, 115 Manor Street and Jane Taylor, 12 Spring Grove Road, Liverpool (Logue)
Dec. 25 - Robert James Erwin, 111 McTier Street and Margaret Thompson, 154 Wilton Street
Dec. 25 - Robert Gilfillan, 66 McTier Street and Eileen Knox Ferguson, 26 Eglinton Street
Dec. 25 - Thomas George Cardwell, 24 Cussick Street and Sarah Gill, 12 Wauchope Street
Dec. 28 - Malcolm Craig, 63 Downing Street and Sarah Bennett, 40 Bristol Street
Dec. 26 - William Kirk, 17 Henderson Avenue and Mary Jane Gray Nelson, 1 McIvor's Place
Dec. 28 - Thomas McConkey, 4 Little Charles Street and Elizabeth Brown Loughlin, 99 Urney Street

Deaths

Dec.   3 - William Grey, 9 Sackville Street
Dec. 10 - Isabella Donnelly, 74 Israel Street
Dec. 19 - Margaret Press, 27 Tudor Place
Dec. 23 - John J. S. Gibson, 10 Berlin Street
Dec. 26 - William Calderwood, 15 Melbourne Street
Dec. 28 - Thomas Addis, 17 Alaska Street
Dec. 31 - William John Murray, 64 Hopeton Street

Subscription List

there are no names and addresses so I won't add the bare details, Rev. Crooks explains that he is saving paper and money by not listing the names but will do so in later issues.

 

Magazine Fund

Mr. Crawford, Abercorn Street
Mr. Hall, 6 Fingal Street
Mrs. Carley, 9 Whitworth Street
Miss Joy, 4 Tennyson Street
Mr. Cleeland, 84 Gainsborough Drive

Rector's Letter

My Dear Friends,
     In this January issue of our Parish Magazine I take the opportunity to wish you one and all a very happy New Year. This is going to be in all probability the most momentous year in our national history; and therefore it is that come what will, my sincerest good wishes go out to everyone of you with very earnest prayers that God will have you continually in His safe keeping.
     There are in round figures about a thousand homes represented in our Subscription List. I find that in a multitude of various activities Mrs. Crooks and I have already visited something like two hundred and fifty families or roughly a quarter of what has to be done. We ask for a little patience on your part in the hope that with the lengthening evenings, the end of the summer at the very latest will have seen us in every house in my charge. Always remember a funeral requires an afternoon.
Just glance your eye to the other column! My esteemed curate takes a large share of this sad work. Why are there not infinitely larger congregations in Church each Sunday and especially at Morning Prayer! Think of the lavish promises you have made to me and the disappointing result. You love your Church, you contribute to its upkeep, you welcome the visits of the clergy and would gladly see more of us; why then, I ask in deep affection, do you not highly resolve here and now at the beginning of 1941 to turn over a new leaf and come consistently to God's House at least once each Sunday and twice if at all possible? Of course it is quite clearly understood that we do thank God for all those devoted parishioners to whom what I have written does not apply. Let them continue to show their good example. It tells.
     A word about Baptisms. Notice has to be given to the clergy, and it is most desirable that the child's father should be present at the administration of this Sacrament. At the risk of being tedious I want to call your attention once more to the fact that because of rising costs we must cut down our Magazine material. After mature deliberation we decided to save space in the Subscription List. Please do not forget that in the May issue, but not till then, you will get full credit for all you have subscribed. You lose nothing; we gain.
                         Your sincere friend and pastor,           Samuel B. Crooks

 
 
St. Stephen's Parish Magazine
May 1942

 

Rector: Rev. S. B. Crooks; St. Stephen's Rectory, 44 Mount Charles
Curate: Rev. A. H. V. Frazer, B.A., 66 Marlborough Park Central
Organist: Mrs. Crooks, 44 Mount Charles
Church Wardens: Rector's - Mr. J. McSorley. People's - Mr. Wm. Maxwell
Treasurer: Mr. W. McDermott, 649 Antrim Road, Belfast
Secretary: Mr. W. Gilfillan, 17 Rosewood Street
Sexton: Mr. William Lindsay, 13 Bristol Street

Baptisms

March 1 -  Gilbert James Milligan, 21 Arundel Street
     "    "   -  Hugh Wilson McAuley, 20 Melbourne Street
     "    "   -  Roger Kernaghan, 81 Denmark Street
     "    8  -  Margaret Ann Lowe, 5 Caledon Street
     "    8  -  Elizabeth Averell Scott, 116 Alliance Parade
     "  22  -  Lucinda Finlay, 3 Duffy Street
     "  28  -  Henry Heathwood McConnell, 256 Antrim Road
     "  29  -  Elizabeth Winchester, 6 North King Street
     "  29  -  Elizabeth Hamilton, 49 Hudson Street

April  2  -  David Baird, 5 Hope's Place
    "    5  -  Hugh Tanner, 23 Ambleside Street
    "    5  -  John Neill Prentice, 35 Snugville Street
    "  12  -  Mary Morrison, 36 Gardiner Street
    "  12  -  Stanley Neill, 57 Sugarfield Street
    "  19  -  Matthew Thompson Wilson, 12 Broadbent Street
    "  19  -  William Glendinning Gray, 136 Urney Street
    "  19  -  Lilian Nixon, 37 Penrith Street
    "  26  -  Eleanor Castles, 56 Esmond Street
    "  26  -  William James Doran, 23 Cavour Street
    "  26  -  Patricia Carlisle, 72 Fane Street
    "  28  -  Alexander Connor Martin, 3 Argyle Street
    "  28  -  Renee Cranston, 26 Glenwood Street
    "  28  -  Isaac Howell Rodgers, 15 Malvern Street

Marriages

March   2  -  Arthur Greer, Kinnegar Camp, Holywood and Maria Bell Playfair, 52 Brussels Street
March   3  -  Ernest Frederick Wallace, 114 Company C.M.P., T.C. Derriaghy and Matilda Lusty, 11 Madeline Street
March   7  -  Samuel McCaw, 24 Wilson Street and Mary Ann Hammond, 3 Sackville Street
March 14  -  William John Kelly, 4 Albion Street and Annie Dowling Ruddock, 127 Hunter Street
March 21  -  David Johnston Grainger, 7 Palmer Street and Lily Patterson, 49 Berlin Street
March 28  -  Samuel Butler, 12 Seventh Street and Ellen Acheson, 149 Urney Street

April   6  -  William McQuitty, 22 Campbell Street and Mary Stranaghan, 51 Fairview Street
April   6  -  Herbert Clarke, 17 Hanover Street and Florence Elizabeth Kerr, 27 Woodford Street
April 27  -  John Carr, 21 Bedeque Street and Kathleen Adrain, Gobbins Path, Islandmagee

Rector's Letter

My Dear Friends,
     There was not anything of an outstanding character in our parochial life during April to which attention might be directed. I cannot at the moment say whether it is unusual, but of course it is a source of satisfaction that no death has to be recorded over the month.
     Everybody present remarked how well the Holy Week services were attended, constituting as they say a record. All the preachers can justly be described as excellent.
     Those who were not for various reasons at the Concert missed a very genuine treat. Members of the audience that night are still talking about the quality of the singing and are asking for more. Perhaps in the autumn, all being well!
     Be sure to look out in our next issue for a most important statement about our parish finances. To make it now would be following too closely on Gift Day.
This letter must necessarily be short to make more room for the District Lists which always appear in May.

     Your sincere friend,

           Samuel B. Crooks

Subscription List

District I
Collectors - Miss L. McCreight and Mr. J. McSorley

Mr. J. McSorley, 163 Ballygomartin Road
Mr. D. Martin, 210 Donegall Road
Mr. S. Waring, 66 Glencairn Crescent
Mr. W. Gilfillan, Denmark Street
Mr. J. Madden, 78 Glencairn Crescent
Mr. J. Madden, 71 Broadway Parade
Mr. H. Hanna, 33 Wilson Street
Mr. E. Morgan, 26 Upper Townsend Street
Mrs. E. Morgan, 26 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. E. S. Madden, 64 Mayflower Street
Mr. E. McConnell, "Brookvale House," Antrim Road
Miss A. Walker, 31 Beverley Street
Miss H. McCreight, 76 Maryville Street
Miss L. McCreight, 76 Maryville Street
Mrs. R. Madden, 42 Oregon Street

District II
Collectors - Miss J. Johnston and Miss L. Bell

no names

District III
Collectors - The Misses S. and E. Morrow

Mr. T. McCullough, 73 Townsend Street
Mrs. McCullough, 67 Townsend Street
Miss M. Rodgers, 62 Townsend Street
Mr. R. Morrow, 62 Townsend Street
Mr. D. Morrow, 31 Daphne Street
Mr. J. Patterson, 65 Townsend Street
Mr. V. Doran, 63 Townsend Street
Mrs. Curry, 7 Melbourne Court
Mrs. Prichard, 40 Melbourne Street
Mrs. Dillon, 30 Melbourne Street
Mrs. Shorten, 8 Melbourne Street
Miss Clugston, 19 Melbourne Street
Mr. J. Crothers, 17 Melbourne Street
Mrs. McAuley, 16 Melbourne Street
Mr. McKee, 11 Melbourne Street
Mr. Fox, 7 Melbourne Street
Mr. Andrews, 32 Melbourne Street
Mr. W. Wilson, 14 Melbourne Street
Mrs. Fryer, 18 Melbourne Street
Mr. H. McAuley, 20 Melbourne Street
Mrs. McAree, 8 Hopes Place
Mr. J. Baird, 5 Hopes Place
Mrs. McAloney, 60 Brown Street
Mr. Philliphs, 54 Brown Street (Phillips)
Mrs. Walker, 38 Brown Street
Mr. Donnelly, 32 Brown Street
Mr. W. Lee, 30 Brown Street
Mr. Smith, 24 Brown Street
Mr. Naylor, 17 Brown Street
Mr. S. McAuley, 19 Brown Street
Miss Downey, 49 Brown Street
Mrs. Walker, 64 Brown Street
Mr. Graham, 57 Boyd Street
Mr. Downey, 46 Boyd Street
Mr. Dickey, 44 Boyd Street
Mr. Duffy, 42 Boyd Street
Mr. T. Lee, 40 Boyd Street
Mr. Kinghan, 62 Boyd Street
Mrs. Clarke, 65 Boyd Street
Mr. Morrison, 30 Gardiner Street
Mr. Flanagan, 32 Gardiner Street
Mr. Morrison, 34 Gardiner Street
Mr. T. Morrison, 36 Gardiner Street
Miss Martin, 14 Gardiner Street
Mr. Wilson, 6 Gardiner Street
Mrs. Thompson, 11 Gardiner Street
Mrs. Brannagh, 9 Gardiner Street
Mr. Campbell, 7 Gardiner Street
Mr. Creelman, 3 Gardiner Street
Mr. Newell, 29 Brown Street
Mr. Gallagher, 10 North King Street
Mr. McPherson, 12 North King Street
Mrs. Menagh, 13 Bilton Place
Mr. Porter, 4 Brown Square
Mr. H. Greer, Smithfield
Mrs. McKernin, 6 Bilton Place
Mrs. McKeown, 32 Wilson Street
Mr. R. Mitchell, 21 Wilson Street
Mrs. Fullalove, 30 Wilson Street
Mr. Nelson, 1 McIvor's Place
Mrs. Cunningham, 9 McIvor's Place
Mrs. Baker, 8 McIvor's Place
Mrs. McDermott, 14 McIvor's Place
Mrs. McIlwaine, 10 McIvor's Place
Miss Wales, 4 McIvor's Place
Mrs. Rea, 1 Bilton Place
Mr. Taylor, 4 Bilton Place
Mr. Philliphs, 6 Bilton Place (Phillips)
Mr. McCoy, 8 Bilton Place
Mrs. Wilson, 11 Bilton Place
Mrs. Harvey, 10 Johnston Place
Mrs. Harvey, 4 Johnston Street
Mr. Pritchard, 39 Sackville Street
Mr. Shilliday, 32 Sackville Street
Mr. Thompson, 28 Sackville Street
Mr. Naylor, 12 Sackville Street
Mrs. Stubbs, 37 Sackville Street
Mrs. Johnston, 35 Sackville Street
Miss Middleton, 43 Sackville Street
Mr. Dillon, 30 Sackville Street
Mr. Goodwin, 9 Sackville Street
Mr. McCormick, 1 Sackville Street
Mrs. Grey, 4 Sackville Street
Mrs. Dillon, 18 Sackville Street
Mrs. Lamont, 6 Little Sackville Place
Mrs. Babington, 3 Campbell Street South
Mr. Higgins, 18 Woodford Street
Mr. Postlewaite, 63 Burnaby Street
Mr. Russell, 82 Riga Street
Mr. McDowell, 27 Glenside Parade
Mr. Cunningham, 33 Blenheim Drive
Mr. and Mrs. Simpson, 1 Hastings Street
Mr. McAuley, 44 Silverstream Drive
Mr. G. Harvey, 31 Esmond Street
Mr. Grey, 16 Rusholme Street
Mrs. Sommerville, 1 Glendower Street
Mr. Montgomery, 31 Naples Street
Mr. Shortt, 7 Bilton Place
Mr. Malhern, 6 Venice Street
Mr. Thompson, 18 Wigton Street
Mrs. Moore, 8 Sancroft Street
Mr. Brown, 23 Little Sackville Street
Mr. White, 21 Little Sackville Street
Mrs. Stanfield, 22 College Street West
Mr. Cardwell, 139 Urney Street
Mrs. McDowell, 6 Norwood Street
Mr. Butler, 25 Connaught Street
Mr. Kirk, 6 McIvor's Place
Mr. Godfrey, 16 Sackville Street
Mrs. Preston, 10 Bilton Place
Mrs. Wilson, 26 Wilson Street
Mr. Longridge, 64 Boyd Street

District IV
Collectors - Miss E. Brady and Miss E. Mahood

Miss Watson,23 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. Allen, 15 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. Wm. Geddis, 3 Upper Cargill Street
Mrs. Carmichael, 9 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. J. Thomas, 14 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. S. Finlay, 11 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. Cunningham, 8 Upper Cargill Street
Mrs. Dempster, 22 Dover Street
Mr. W. Abbott, 51 Dover Street
Mr. Kelly, 66 Dover Street
Mr. Walker, 52 Dover Street
Mr. Dunwoody, 17 Loopland Road
Mr. S. Walker, 4 Donaldson Crescent
Mr. Hanna, 6 Loudan Street
Mrs. Murdock, 10 Loudan Street
Mr. McCann, 16 Loudan Street
Mr. Blackbourne, 11 Loudan Street
Mr. Hamilton, 5 Loudan Street
Mr. W. Hanna, 5 Loudan Street
Mr. Dawson, 13 Loudan Street
Mr. Millar, 33 Cargill Street
Mr. W. Brady, 31 Cargill Street
Mr. Walker, 29 Cargill Street
Mr. Mahood, 27 Cargill Street
Mrs. McDowell, 21 Cargill Street
Mrs. Mitchell, 17 Cargill Street
Mr. Parker, 13 Cargill Street
Mrs. Brady, 9 Cargill Street
Mr. Lynas, 7 Cargill Street
Mr. Sturgeon, 5 Cargill Street
Mr. Bunting, 14 Cargill Street
Mr. Young, 12 Cargill Street
Mr. Dalrymple, 8 Cargill Street
Mr. Wright, 18 Cargill Street
Mr. Ferris, 19 Cargill Street
Mrs. Hoy, 36 Townsend Street
Mr. Mathers, 4 Dayton Street
Mrs. Potts, 18 Dayton Street
Mrs. Hayes, 12 Cargill Street
Mrs. Brady, 10 Cargill Street
Mr. Morrison, 162 Boundary Street
Mr. Wilson, 140 Boundary Street
Mrs. Kelly, 136 Boundary Street
Mrs. Hinds, 118 Boundary Street
Mrs. Mitchell, 116 Boundary Street
Mrs. Shields, 110 Boundary Street
Mr. Tracy, 114 Boundary Street
Mr. Montgomery, 31 Boundary Street
Mrs. Maxwell, 41 Boundary Street
Mrs. Lusty, 51 Boundary Street
Mr. Agnew, 53 Boundary Street
Mrs. Cottar, 138 Boundary Street
Mr. Thomson, 43 Boundary Street
Mr. Lewis, 33 Boundary Street
Mr. McIlroy, 57 Boundary Street
Mr. McAuley, 160 Boundary Street
Mr. McKee, 134 Boundary Street
Mr. Nevin, 13 Boundary Street
Mr. Armstrong, 152 Peter's Hill
Mr. Thompson, 30 Greenland Street
Mr. Irwin, 24 Greenland Street
Mr. Kyle, 14 Greenland Street
Mr. Wilson, 8 Greenland Street
Mr. Fleming, 22 Greenland Street
Mr. Jones, 20 Greenland Street
Miss Smyth, 2 Cargill Court
Mrs. Edgeworth, 2 Reid's Place
Mrs. Bell, 8 Reid's Place
Mr. Dalrymple, 50 Dhu Varren Park
Mr. Ditty, 58 Bainsmore Road
Mr. Kelly, 56 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Robinson, 23 Brown Street
Mr. Kelly, 18 Kilburn Street
Mr. Moreland, 7 Tierney Street
Mrs. O'Neill, 29 Wigton Street
Mrs. Woods, 82 My Lady's Road
Mr. Edgeworth, 31 Wimbledon Street
Mr. McCaugherty, 96 Rutherglen Street
Mr. McVeigh, 126 Boundary Street
Mr. Walker, 15 Loopland Gardens
Mr. Truesdale, 35 Westmoreland Street

District V
Collectors - Miss L. Bunting

Mr. Abbot, 45 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. McAllister, 47 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Stewart, 34 Israel Street
Mrs. Johnston, 32 Israel Street
Mrs. Graham, 50 Shankill Road
Mr. Loan, 84 Shankill Road
Mrs. Potts, 7 Hopeton Street
Mrs. Dunn, 17 Hopeton Street
Mr. Hoy, 73 Hopeton Street
Mr. Conway, 19 Westmoreland Street
Mr. MCardle, 36 Westmoreland Street (McCardle/McArdle)
Constable Buick, 101 Westmoreland Street
Mr. Logan, 6 Diamond Street
Mrs. Boyd, 46 Dover Street
Mrs. Irvine, 8 Dover Street
Mrs. Thoburn, 3 Lorton Street
Mr. Lowe, 4 Penrith Street
Mr. McConnell, 20 Penrith Street
Mr. Prentice, 19 Penrith Street
Mr. McClelland, 22 Penrith Street
Mr. Abbott, 27 Penrith Street
Mr. Lowe, 33 Penrith Street
Mr. Morton, 57 Penrith Street
Mr. Gillespie, 44 Penrith Street
Mr. Fitzmaurice, 2 Crosby Street
Miss L. Joy, 454 Wigton Street
Mrs. Kerr, 25 Wigton Street
Mrs. Adair, 37 Wigton Street
Mrs. Crooks, 42 Foster Street
Mr. Donnelly, 25 Wigton Street
Mr. Porter, 28 Wigton Street
Mr. Neill, 63 Wigton Street
Mr. Lewis, 33 Crosby Street
Mr. Blair, 52 Cumberland Street
Mr. Trotter, 18 Cumberland Street
Mr. Douey, 30 Cumberland Street
Mr. Patterson, 35 Cumberland Street
Mr. Rutherford, 29 Cumberland Street
Mr. Rutherford, 29 Cumberland Street
Mr. McKenna, 26 Cumberland Street
Mr. Orr, 40 Carlow Street
Mr. Dunn, 44 Carlow Street
Mr. Atkinson, 70 Carlow Street
Mrs. Cunningham, 6 Warkworth Street
Mr. Heggarty, 31 Dover Street
Mrs. Thornton, 38 Dover Street
Mr. Moffat, 70 Dover Street
Mr. Leathem, 2 Beverley Street
Mrs. Davidson, 3 Beverley Street
Mr. Hamilton, 11 Beverley Street
Mr. Walker, 31 Beverley Street
Mr. Abbott, 35 Beverley Street
Mr. Elliot, 38 Beverley Street
Mr. Cunningham, 39 Beverley Street
Miss Proctor, 41 Beverley Street
Mr. Morris, 86 Beverley Street
Mr. W. Morris, 86 Beverley Street
Mr. Coates, 16 Melbourne Street
Mr. Adair, 37 Crosby Street
Mr. Townsley, 58 Wigton Street

District VI
Collector - Miss H. Joy

Mr. T. Cummings, 46 Berlin Street
Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, 10 Berlin Street
Mr. Bell, Weir Street
Mr. Smith, 63 Weir Street
Mr. Fox, 74 James Street
Mr. Cannon, 26 Carnau Street (Carnan)
Mr. Crawford, 74 Carnau Street    ""
Mr. Fox, 68 Carnau Street             ""
Mr. Stewart, 70 Carnau Street       ""
Mr. McCallum, 38 Emerson Street
Mr. Armstrong, 31 Bisley Street
Mrs. Stevenson, 82 Leopold Street
Mr. Armstrong, 6 Fleming Street
Mr. Stevenson, 58 Tobergill Street
Mrs. Kirk, 54 Tobergill Street
Mr. Bothwell, 81 Tobergill Street
Mr. Armstrong, 71 Tobergill Street
Mrs. Higgins, 41 Paris Street
Mr. McIclwrath (McIlwrath), 9 Bisley Street
Mr. McAuley, 2 Ambleside Street
Mr. Leathem, 17 Keswick Street
Mr. Webster, 106 Silvio Street
Mr. Flanagan, 40 Sydney Street West
Mrs. Hill, 209 Tennent Street
Mr. McMahon, 19 Raleigh Street
Mrs. McGiveran, 78 Wilton Street
Mr. Smith, Southland Street
Mr. McIlheron, 11 Northland Street
Mr. Cunningham, 19 Wilton Square South
Mrs. Scott, 92 Canmore Street
Mr. Page, 39 Ashmore Street
Mr. Hill, 25 Ashmore Street
Mr. Prentice, 158 Sugarfield Street
Mr. Neill, 57 Sugarfield Street
Mr. Johnston, 171 Conway Street
Mr. Cardwell, 99 Lawnbrook Avenue
Miss Houston, 31 Lawnbrook Avenue
Mrs. Carley, 9 Whitworth Street
Miss Joy, 4 Tennyson Street
Miss H. Joy, 4 Tennyson Street
Mr. Scott, 41 Downing Street
Miss B. Scott, 41 Downing Street
Mrs. Higginson, 78 Glenwood Street
Mr. Stevenson, 67 Bellevue Street
Mr. Owens, 81 Ainsworth Drive
Mr. McCall, 40 Dhu Varren Crescent
Mr. McConnell, 55 Ainsworth Avenue
Mr. Rodgers, 13 Woodvale Pass
Mr. McCabe, 448 Springfield Road
Mr. Morton, 61 Brownlow Street
Mr. McCloskey, Clifton Street
Mr. Stevenson, 98 Sugarfield Street
Mr. McClintock, 41 Lanark Street
Mr. Kilpatrick, 294 Cupar Street
Mr. Milliken, 21 Caledon Street
Mr. Crawford, 38 Emerson Street
Mr. Martin, 437 Springfield Road
Mr. Forsythe, Paris Street
Mr. Kerr, 67 Silvio Street
Mr. Bradley, 71 Silvio Street
Mrs. Johnston, 99 Lawnbrook Avenue

District VII
Collectors - The Misses M. and I. Addis

Mr. Addis, 46 Rutherglen Street
Mrs. Murray, 61 Chief Street
Mrs. Campbell, Cumberland Street
Mrs. Harvey, 34 Raleigh Street
Mr. Laverty, 43 Dover Street
Mr. Dyer, 29 Cumberland Street
Mrs. Armstrong, 55 Cumberland Street
Mrs. Faulkiner, 63 Cumberland Street (Falkner Faulkner)
Mrs. Nuttall, Portrush
Mrs. Harvey, 54 Carlow Street
Mrs. Thompson, 46 Warkworth Street
Miss Ferris, 56 Hopewell Street
Mrs. McKeen, 30 Warkworth Street
Mr. Sterritt, 77 Dover Street
Mr. McWhirter, 25 Northumberland Street
Mrs. Steed, 23 Northumberland Street
Mr. Wallace, 41 Northumberland Street
Mrs. Johnston, 117 Northumberland Street
Mr. Gordon,100 Northumberland Street
Mr. Johnston, 57 Northumberland Street
Mr. Johnston, 43 Northumberland Street
Mr. White, 8 Aberdeen Street
Mrs. Robinson, 61 Aberdeen Street
Mrs. Jamison, 69 Aberdeen Street
Mrs. Wallace, 82 Aberdeen Street
Mrs. Clements, 9 Tenth Street
Mrs. Crothers, 35 Tenth Street
Mrs. Potts, 34 Ninth Street
Miss Hare, 31 Seventh Street
Miss Rutherford, 20 Seventh Street
Mrs. Hewitt, 23 Seventh Street
Mr. Hume, 40 Seventh Street
Mrs. Sayers, 35 Seventh Street
Mr. Kirkwood, 2 Sixth Street
Mr. Gray, 5 Fourth Street
Mr. Adams, 38 North Howard Street
Mr. Gibson, 220 Conway Street
Mr. Mahood, 16 Argyle Street
Mrs. Mahaffy, 47 Argyle Street
Miss Barnes, 58 Argyle Street
Mrs. Adams, 62 Argyle Street
Mr. McKinney, 107 Argyle Street
Mr. McCallen, 109 Argyle Street
Mr. McBridge, 108 Argyle Street (McBride?)
Mr. McBay, 110 Argyle Street
Mrs. Brown, 108 Argyle Street
Mr. Thompson, 106 Argyle Street
Mr. Maynard, 99 Argyle Street
Mrs. Brown, 119 Argyle Street
Mrs. Forsythe, 66 Argyle Street
Mrs. Swaine, 14 Urney Street
Mrs. Glendinning, 95 Urney Street
Mr. Crosby, 129 Urney Street
Mrs. Osborne, 186 Urney Street
Mr. Gray, 136 Urney Street
Mrs. Kerr, 207 Urney Street
Mrs. Montgomery, 213 Urney Street
Mr. Loughlin, 99 Urney Street
Mr. McConkey, 99 Urney Street
Mr. Glendinning, 31 Urney Street
Mrs. Crossett, 103 Cupar Street
Mrs. Spence, 163 Canmore Street
Mr. Irvine, 135 Canmore Street
Mrs. Annette, 169 Canmore Street
Mrs. McKibben, 118 Brookmount Street
Mr. Shanks, 111 Brookmount Street
Mr. Ferguson, 7 Ainsworth Pass
Mrs. Williamson, 66 Westmoreland Street
Miss Murdock, 66 Westmoreland Street
Mrs. Allen, 42 Berlin Street
Mrs. Rankin, 42 Berlin Street
Mrs. Fulton, 47 Pernau Street
Miss Nixon, 61 Tennent Street
Mr. Clarke, 13 Snugville Street
Mr. Pilson, 26 Hopeton Street
Mrs. Rankin, 43 Lorton Street
Mr. Dyer, 26 Penrith Street
Mrs. Lennox, 124 Silvio Street
Mr. Hamilton, Boundary Street
Mr. McDowell, 51 Crosby Street
Mrs. Lemon, 50 Aberdeen Street
Mr. Craig, 73 Dundee Street
Mr. Price, 30 Dundee Street
Mrs. Mussen, 4 Dundee Street
Mrs. Larmour, 3 Summer Street
Mrs. Dodds, 137 Westmoreland Street
Mr. Lusty, 54 Westland Street
Miss McCurry, 96 Snugville Street
Miss G. Lucas, 63 Westmoreland Street
Mrs. Averall, 80 Alliance Parade (Averell)
Mr. Scott, 116 Alliance Parade
Mrs. Campbell, 113 Alliance Parade
Mr. Bloomer, 56 Crosby Street
Mr. Cunningham, 116 Olympia Parade
Mr. Bowers, 8 Silverstream Park
Mr. McDowell, 75 Bellevue Street
Mr. Swann, 6 Ballymena Street
Miss Gibson, 49 Percy Street
Mrs. Lindsay, 28 Tyne Street
Mrs. Laydon, 31 Tyne Street
Mrs. Ward, 59 Cumberland Street
Mrs. Annette, 132 Canmore Street
Mr. McCrea, 31 Keswick Street
Mrs. Weatherall, 49 Penrith Street
Mr. Connelly, 130 Canmore Street
Mr. Joy, 45 Wigton Street
Mrs. Mahood, 87 Canmore Street
Miss Stevenson, 114 Brookmount Street

District VIII
Collectors - Miss M. Jamison and Miss J. McCaw

Mr. Martin, 42 Upper Townsend Street
Mrs. Ledgett, 34 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Lusty, 30 Upper Townsend Street
Mrs. Morgan, 26 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. McKillop, 20 Upper Townsend Street
Mrs. McClelland, 27 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Martin, 53 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Dyer, 8 Upper Townsend Street
Mrs. Lowry, 43 Sherbrook Street
Mrs. Larmour, 36 Sherbrook Street
Mr. Morgan, 9 Benburb Street
Mr. Osborne, 19 Ulverston Street
Mr. Parker, 14 Salina Street (Selina)  
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Mrs. Larmour, 10 Lime Street
Mr. J. Larmour, 14 Lime Street
Mr. Lusty, 16 Lime Street
Mr. Coulter, 18 Lime Street
Mr. Johnston, 22 Lime Street
Mrs. Bowden, 11 Lime Street
Mrs. Leitch, 13 Lime Street
Mr. Noble, 11 Lime Street
Mr. Shaw, 22 Woodford Street
Mrs. Leckie, 15 Woodford Street
Mr. Scott, 19 Woodford Street
Mr. Kerr, 27 Woodford Street
Miss Hare, 133 Old Lodge Road
Miss Dick, 133 Old Lodge Road
Mrs. Herman, 50 Old Lodge Road
Mrs. Duffy, 48 Old Lodge Road
Mr. Gilliland, 41 Old Lodge Road
Mr. McIlwaine, 88 Old Lodge Road
Mr. Niblock, 96 Old Lodge Road
Mr. Hamilton, 50 Christopher Street
Miss Dyer, 50 Christopher Street
Mr. Henderson, 85 Hopewell Street
Mr. McAdam, 19 Hopewell Street
Mr. Kingsmore, 50 Denmark Street
Mr. Maxwell, 41 Denmark Street
Miss Mullan, 2 Hartley Street
Mr. Waite, 36 Hartley Street
Mr. Bennett, 50 Hartley Street
Mrs. Cummins, 17 Hartley Street
Miss Millar, 30 Hartley Street
Mr. Boyce, 9 Hartley Street
Miss Telford, 57 Broadbent Street
Mr. Bell, 35 Broadbent Street
Mr. Mitchell, 18 Broadbent Street
Mr. Wilson, 12 Broadbent Street
Mr. Johnston, 12 Cavour Street
Mrs. Boyd, 4 Cavour Street
Mrs. Herron, 10 Cavour Street
Mer. Ferris, 18 Cavour Street
Mrs. Hamilton, 50 Peter's Hill
Mr. Hamilton, 50 Peter's Hill
Mr. Murdock, 45 Peter's Hill
Mr. Haddock, 113 Peter's Hill
Mrs. Maxwell, 9 Southport Street
Mr. Taylor (Supt.), Carrick House
Mr. Jamison, 45 Henderson Avenue

District IX
Collector - Miss Harper

Miss Hamilton, 22 Israel Street
Mrs. McDowell, 40 Israel Street
Mrs. Donnelly, 60 Israel Street
Mrs. Ruddock, 60 Israel Street
Mrs. Harper, 61 Christopher Street
Mr. McCarroll, 87 Christopher Street
Mr. Williamson, 52 McTier Street
Mr. Anderson, 52 McTier Street
Mrs. Gibson, 85 McTier Street
Mr. Lyttle, 90 McTier Street
Mr. Forsythe, 114 McTier Street
Mr. Hagan, 146 McTier Street
Mrs. Martin, 65 McTier Street
Mr. Boyd, 6 Rutherford Street
Mrs. Scott, 58 Hopewell Street
Mr. Finn, 69 Hopewell Street
Mrs. Green, 7 North Boundary Street
Mrs. Boyd, 10 North Boundary Street
Mrs. Wilson, 13 North Boundary Street
Mrs. Scott, 27 North Boundary Street
Mrs. Trueick, 12 North Boundary Street
Mrs. Harper, 23 Hanover Street
Mr. Mussen, 48 Hanover Street
Mr. McQuitty, 9 Hanover Street
Mr. McAteer, 80 Hanover Street
Mr. Loftus, 52 Hanover Street
Mrs. Pitson, 12 Hanover Street
Mrs. Matchett, 9 Sherbrook Street
Mrs. Quail, 11 Sherbrook Street
Mrs. Cochrane, 23 Sherbrook Street
Mr. Campbell, 26 Sherbrook Street
Mr. Bell, 38 Sherbrook Street
Mrs. Gibson, 73 Hudson Street
Mrs. Boyce, 12 Hudson Street
Mr. Melville, 67 Hudson Street
Mr. Ferris, 3 Hudson Place
Mrs. Morran, 45 Leadbetter Street
Mrs. Copeland, 155 Bellevue Street
Mr. Lavery, 58 Paris Street
Mr. Cromwell, 60 Paris Street
Mrs. Addis, 17 Alaska Street
Mr. McBride, 131 Crimea Street
Mrs. Mulholland, 35 Leadbetter Street
Mr. Murphy, 6 Perth Street
Mr. Clarke, 16 Perth Street
Mr. McFarland, 44 Old Lodge Road
Mrs. Gorman, 36 Campbell Street
Mrs. Johnston, 14 Fleming Street
Mrs. Trueick, 57 Hartley Street
Mr. McFadden, 11 Riversdale Street
Mr. Murray, 64 Hopeton Street
Mrs. Hill, 58 Foreman Street
Mr. Orr, 4 Killarney Street
Mrs. Hughes, 53 Brownlow Street
Mr. Topping, 30 Brownlow Street
Mrs. Crothers, 4 Matlock Street
Mr. Doyle, 17 Matlock Street
Mrs. Elwood, 6 Belgrave Street
Mrs. Elwood, 24 Downing Street
Mr. McEwan, 111 Peter's Hill
Mr. Totten, 29 Carlisle Street
Mr. Cunningham, 38 Southport Street
Mr. Bickerstaff, 51 Christopher Street

District X
Collector - Miss F. Bond

Mr. Stitt, 181 Agnes Street
Mr. McKnight, 17 Bradford Street
Mrs. Mahon, 30 Bradford Street}
Mrs. Bennett, 40 Bristol Street
Mrs. Horner, 58 Bristol Street
Mrs. Kirkpatrick, 1 Breenan Street (Brennan)
Mrs. Howell, 37 Brussels Street
Mr. McIlwaine, 30 Belgrave Street
Mr. Watters, 30 Belgrave Street
Mr. Thompson, 69 Belgrave Street
Mr. McIlwaine, 27 Belgrave Street
Miss McCormick, 5 Brownlow Street
Mrs. Robinson, 47 Brownlow Street
Mr. Elwood, 64 Beresford Street
Mrs. Close, 60 Beresford Street
Mrs. Millar, 34 Bristol Street
Mr. Garvin, 12 Clements Street
Mr. McCormick, 20 Clements Street
Mr. Scott, 40 Crimea Street
Mr. McBride, 17 Crimea Street
Mr. Davidson, 18 Crimea Street
Mr. Ferris, 32 Crimea Street
Mr. Graham, 62 Crimea Street
Mrs. Geddis, 15 Crimea Street
Mr. Gray, 20 Derry Street
Mr. W. Gray, 20 Derry Street
Mrs. Rainey, 25 Derry Street
Mrs. Morrow, 19 Foreman Street
Mr. Irvine, 11 Florence Place
Mrs. Logan, 1 Glentilt Street
Mr. Braden, 13 Glentilt Street
Me. Dewing, 15 Glentilt Street
Mr. Millar, 19 Harrybrook Street
Mr. Thoburn, 19 Hopeton Street
Mrs. Armstrong, 30 Hopeton Street
Mrs. McIntosh, 8 Hudson Place
Mrs. Pyper, 24 Hopeton Street
Mrs. Gibbons, 93 Hopewell Street
Mr. Ferris, 2 Joseph Street
Mrs. Scott, 24 Joseph Street
Mrs. McIntosh, 18 Joseph Street
Mrs. Greenlees, 30 Joseph Street
Mrs. Greenlees, 34 Joseph Street
Mr. Robinson, 78 Joseph Street
Mr. Beckett, 20 Upper Meenan Street
Mr. McIlwaine, 37 Upper Meenan Street
Mr. Reilly, 10 Meenan Street
Mr. Smyth, 21 Moscow Street
Mrs. Hamilton, 47 Moscow Street
Mrs. Hindes, 24 Matlock Street
Mrs. Smyth, 13 Malvern Street
Mr. McKee, 83 Malvern Street
Mrs. Slavin, 93 Malvern Street
Mrs. Doyle, 97 Malvern Street
Mr. Bailie, 13 Springmount Street
Mrs. McMurray, 17 Springmount Street
Mr. Casement, 30 Springmount Street
Mrs. Slaven, 50 Joseph Street
Mr. McMillan, 41 Upper Meenan Street
Mrs. Craig, 72 Malvern Street
Mrs. Clelland, 153 Sydney Street West
Miss Bond, 21 Sunnyside Street
Mr. Thoburn, 60 Bristol Street
Mr. W. Lindsay, 13 Bristol Street

District XI
Collector - Mrs. S. Gilmore

Mrs. Megahy, 48 Christopher Street
Mr. Lucas, 1 Penrith Street
Miss G. Lucas, 44 Percy Street
Mr. McMullan, 175 Snugville Street
Mr. G. Bell, 137 Snugville Street
Miss Bell, 141 Snugville Street
Mr. Finn, 26 Jersey Street
Mr. McIlroy, 8 Jersey Street
Mr. Milligan, 14 Jersey Street
Mr. Gilmore, 19 Northumberland Street
Mrs. Quigg, 49 Northumberland Street
Mrs. Brown, 48 Dundee Street
Mr. Elwood, 3 Herron's Row
Mrs. Mason, 54 Beresford Street
Mrs. Philliphs, 3 Tobergill Street (Phillips)
Mr. Kennedy, 23 Brussels Street
Mr. Kirkpatrick, 78 James Street
Mr. Fearon, 25 James Street
Mrs. Corr, 9 Paris Street
Mrs. Jenkins, 17 Pernau Street
Mr. Clarke, 60 Berlin Street
Mr. Larmour, 14 Riga Street
Mr. McCleery, 100 Riga Street
Mr. Gordon, 131 Riga Street
Mr. Cranston, 26 Glenwood Street
Mrs. Hutton, 52 Brussels Street
Mr. Baird, 45 Sugarfield Street
Mr. Long, 52 Esmond Street
Mrs. Keenan, 12 Enfield Drive
Mr. Bell, 19 Glenbryn Drive
Mrs. Finlay, 53 Bracken Street
Miss Nixon, 37 Penrith Street
Mr. Clelland, 12 Jersey Street

District XII
Collector - Miss E. Matchett

Mrs. Keel, 31 Joanmount Gardens
Mr. Johnston, 43 Joanmount Gardens
Mr. Sloan, 160 Joanmount Gardens
Mr. Dunn, 143 Joanmount Gardens
Mr. Hanna, 81 Joanmount Park
Mrs. Nixon, 55 Joanmount Park
Mr. Marshall, 54 Alliance Drive
Mr. Ward, 86 Alliance Drive
Mr. Hill, 123 Alliance Drive
Mr. Blair, 100 Alliance Drive
Mr. Magee, 118 Alliance Avenue
Mr. Jackson, 167 Alliance Avenue
Mr. and Mrs. Brown, 535 Oldpark Road
Mr. Wheeler, 52 Heathfield Street
Mrs. Johnston, 15 Westland Road
Mr. Sloan
Mr. Logan, 15 Kirkliston Gardens
Mrs. Jackson, Glengormley
Mr. Smith, 22 Denmark Street
Mrs. Woods, 29 Denmark Street
Mr. Bleakley, 59 Denmark Street
Mr. McCausland, 63 Denmark Street
Mrs. Leitch, 73 Denmark Street
Mr. Martin, 22 Denmark Street
Mr. Livingstone, 36 Hanover Street
Mr. Nesbitt, 72 Hanover Street
Mr. Totton, 64 Hanover Street
Mrs. Frazer, 61 Hanover Street
Mr. Ewing, 16 Hanover Street
Mrs. Clarke, 17 Hanover Street
Mr. McConnell, 47 Dagmar Street
Mr. Ferguson, 22 Hanover Street
Mrs. Harman, 63 Wall Street
Mr. Bennett, 65 Denmark Street
Mrs. Peel, 14 Eglinton Street
Mrs. McRoberts, 50 Eglinton Street
Mr. Robinson, 8 Hazelnut Street
Mr. Perry, 13 Hazelnut Street
Mr. Lusty, 15 Bedeque Street
Mr. Carr, 21 Bedeque Street
Mr. Cardwell, 29 Bedeque Street
Mrs. Sterling, 111 Manor Street
Mrs. Logue, 115 Manor Street
Mrs. Nixon, 142 Manor Street
Mr. Robinson, 142 Manor Street
Mrs. Gilfillan, 8 Summer Street
Mr. H. Gilfillan, 8 Summer Street
Mr. Gibson, 10 Summer Street
Mr. Stewart, 25 Yarrow Street
Mrs. Coates, 98 Broom Street
Mr. McAllister, 93 Broom Street
Mr. Hamilton, 10 Broom Street
Mr. Kingsmore, 14 Bray Street
Mrs. Stewart, 13 Rosewood Street
Mr. McRoberts, 17 Rosewood Street
Mr. Hamilton, 8 Baden Powell Street
Mr. Hunter, 15 Brougham Street
Mrs. Anderson, 51 Glenrosa Street
Mr. Shaw, 7 Benwell Street
Mr. Cunningham, 38 Southport Street
Mr. Morrison, 16 Southport Street
Mr. Stockman, 22 Liffey Street
Mrs. Laydon, 11 Barrow Street
Mrs. Stewart, 5 Barrow Street
Mrs. Johnston, 19 Barrow Street
Mrs. Crothers, 11 Lee Street
Mr. Cheshire, 11 Lee Street
Mr. McDowell, 20 Dargle Street
Mr. Bryars, 19 Rosapenna Street
Mr. Matchett, 83 Agnes Street
Mr. Gray, 17 Breenan Street (Brennan)
Mr. Gray, 9 Loftus Street
Mr. Harper, 41 Wilton Street
Mrs. Harmen, 69 Wilton Street
Mr. Mackrell, 50 Hopeton Street
Mrs. Kane, 1 Torrens Gardens
Miss L. Fraser, 58 Downey Street
Mr. Ward, 59 Cumberland Street
Mr. Spence, 51 Glenrosa Street

District XIII
Collectors - Miss S. Waugh and Mrs. Gilmore

Miss Hanna, 33 Eia Street
Mrs. Hughes, Eia Street
Mr. Mason, 185 North Queen Street
The Misses Treginna, 204 Spamount Street (Treganna Tregenna)
Mr. Gibson, 128 Spamount Street
Mr. Walker, 133 Spamount Street
Mrs. Glenn, 6 Molyneaux Street
Mr. Robinson, 19 Molyneaux Street
Mr. Blair, 22 Shipbuoy Street
Mrs. Foster, 12 Harmony Street
Mrs. Foster, 27 Hillman Street
Mr. McKnight, 30 Mervue Street
Miss McKnight, 30 Mervue Street
Mr. Harvey, 20 York Crescent
Mr. Bradford, 89 Premier Drive
Mrs. Bradford, 89 Premier Drive
Mr. Kilpatrick, 52 Premier Drive
Mr. Cosgrove, 13 Seagrove Parade
Mrs. Mayne, 43 Seaview Street
Mr. Gilmore, 14 Glencairn Street
A. N. Other
Mr. Gilmore, 51 Knutsford Drive

District XIV
Collectors - Miss A. Hamilton and Miss M. Jefferson

Mrs. Williamson, 12 Hope Street
Mr. McMaw, 15 Ava Gardens
Mr. Williamson, 202 Malone Road
Mr. Neill, 58 Glenalpine Street
Miss Twynam, 41 Cumbermere Street (Combermere)
Mrs. Barrett, 22 Wauchope Street
Mr. Gill, 12 Wauchope Street
Mr. Jess, 75 Roden Street
Mr. Jess, 73 Excise Street
Miss Jess, 20 Balmoral Street
Mr. Smith, 25 Barton Street
Mr. Little, 186 Grosvenor Road
Mr. Gill, 186 Grosvenor Road
Mr. Jefferson, 10 Marsden Gardens
Mr. Macauley, 218 Roden Street
Mr. Mills, 19 Venice Street
Mr. Hewitt, 15 Clifford Street
Mr. Gamble, 27 Fourth Street
Mr. Milligan, 21 Rundel Street
Mr. Judson, Little Grosvenor Street
Mr. Hart, 52 Empire Street
Mr. Tate, 128 Utility Street
Mr. King, 23 Gawn Street
Miss McNally, 23 Gawn Street
Mr. W. McDermott, 649 Antrim Road
Sergt. Donnelly, 40 Parkgate Avenue
Mr. Brown, 10 Kathleen Street

District XV
Collector - Miss L. Fraser

Mr. McCreight, 76 Maryville Street
Mr. Gould, 17 Ratcliffe Street
Mr. Cummings, 67 Dublin Road
Mrs. Lyons, 17 Little Victoria Street
Mrs. Ruberry, 25 Little Victoria Street
Mrs. McCartin, 34 Dunluce Avenue
Mrs. Lisk, 115 Donnybrook Street
Mr. Galbraith, 60 Donnybrook Street
Mr. Taggart, 14 Landseer Street
Mrs. Taggart, 14 Landseer Street
Mrs. Kilgore, 20 Landseer Street
Mr. Thornberry, 22 Landseer Street
Mrs. McConnell, 20 Apsley Street
Mr. Walker, 39 Apsley Street
Mr. Skillen, 7 Essex Street
Mrs. Woods, 1 Powerscourt Street
Miss McTear, 52 Farnham Street
Mr. Brooks, 403 Ormeau Road
Mr. Cinnamond, 7 Blondin Street
Miss Geddis, 34 Coolderry Street
Mrs. Gregg, 204 Donegall Road
Mrs. Sloan, 95 Donegall Road
Mrs. James, 4 Abingdon Street
Mr. Kelly, 171 Broadway
Mr. Morgan, 9 Benburb Street
Mr. Howes, 22 Pandora Street
Mr. McFarland, 29 Empire Street
Mr. Harte, 52 Empire Street
Mr. McGinley, 85 Kilburn Street
Mrs. McIlwaine, 87 Donegall Avenue
Mr. Porter, 118 Utility Street
Miss McMann, 118 Utility Street
Mrs. Tate, 128 Utility Street
Mrs. Curless, 59 Eureka Street (Curliss)
Mrs. McCrea, 24 Taylor Street
Mrs. Gray, 84 Elizabeth Street
Mrs. Gregg, 51 Soudan Street
Mrs. Cummings, 106 Blythe Street
Mr. Boyd, Chichester Street
Miss Brew, 9 Lawrence Street
Mrs. Parker, 15 Salena Street (Selina)
Mr. McAdams, 46 Hutchinson Street
Mr. McLarnon, 7 Orby Grove
Mr. Hamilton, 14 Dagmar Street
Mr. Jones, 54 Fairview Street
Miss Press, 27 Tudor Place
Mr. Taylor, 27 Tudor Place
Mrs. Beveridge, 17 Wellington Place
Mrs. Holland, 48 Byron Street
Mrs. Briggs, 8 Cromwell Street
Mrs. Hamilton, 28 Cromwell Street
Mrs. Murphy, 74 Everton Street
Mrs. McKay, 38 Hooker Street
Mr. Robinson, 32 Oregon Street
Mrs. Webster, 12 Montreal Street
Mr. Harland, 50 Ohio Street
Mrs. Osborne, 19 Olverton Street (Ulverston)
Mrs. Simmons, 25 Lime Street
Mr. Sergerson, 215 Mayo Street (Sargerson)
Mrs. Taylor, 2 Tyne Street
Mr. Taylor, 2 Tyne Street
Mr. Morris, 78 Beverley Street
Mr. Warnock, 26 Beresford Street
Mr. Marmion, 46 Percy Street
Mr. Gibson, 26 Wigton Street
Mr. Moore, 68 Wigton Street
Mr. Hall, 6 Fingal Street
Mrs. Whitley, 74 Enfield Street
Mr. McCormick, 20 Vara Drive
Mrs. Godfrey, 51 Glenbryn Drive
Mr. Fitzsimmons, 21 Ainsworth Drive
Mr. Robinson, 34 Ainsworth Drive
Mrs. Lemon, 25 Ainsworth Drive
Mr. Walker, 29 Dhu Varren Crescent
Mr. Nugent, 36 Dhu Varren Crescent
Mr. Todd, 7 Dhu Varren Park
Mr. Kirkpatrick, 19 Dhu Varren Park
Mr. Lusty, 10 Ballygomartin Road
Miss Johnston, 18 Ballygomartin Road
Mr. Gamble, 10 Glencairn Street
Mr. McDonald, 20 Glencairn Street
Mr. Crothers, 81 Glencairn Street
Mrs. McDermott, 32 Glencairn Street
Mr. Rafferty, 15 Sommerdale Park (Summerdale)
Mr. Lloyd, 24 Sommerdale Park (Summerdale)
Mr. Haslett, "Lisavon," Crumlin Road
Mrs. Duffy, 41 Farrington Gardens
Mrs. McSweeney, Farrington Gardens
Mr. Wm., McCormick, 36 Donaldson Crescent
Mr. A. McCormick, 36 Donaldson Crescent
Mr. Robinson, 27 Donaldson Crescent
Mr. W. Logan, 24 Twaddell Avenue
Miss W. Logan, 25 Twaddell Avenue
Mr. Thompson, 50 Woodvale Drive
Mr. Bunting, 20 Woodvale Parade
Mrs. Bovelle, 20 Woodvale Parade (Boville)
Mr. Burney, 17 Woodvale Parade
Mr. Ellis, 3 Woodvale Parade
Mrs. Mills, 116 Woodvale Road
Mr. Whitley, 103 Woodvale Road
Mr. Robinson, 97 Twaddell Avenue
Mrs. Murray, 40 Brussells Street (Brussels)
Mrs. Killops, 23 Ainsworth Drive
Mrs. Moore, 26 Cromwell Street
Mrs. Frazer, 55 Marlborough Park Central

Constable Hamilton, R.U.C., York Street

Magazine Fund

Mrs. Kelly, 136 Boundary Street
Mrs. Lusty, 51 Boundary Street
Mr. W. Walker, 31 Beverley Street
Mr. Irwin, 24 Greenland Street
Mr. Robinson, 23 Brown Street
Mr. Kelly, 18 Killburn Street (Kilburn)
Mr. Moreland, 7 Tierney Street
Mr. Keating, 26 Harrybrook Street

Auditors Wm. Maxwell and & W. J. Gilfillan

St. Stephen's Parish Magazine
January 1943

Rector: Rev. S. B. Crooks; St. Stephen's Rectory, 44 Mount Charles
Curate: Rev. A. H. V. Frazer, B.A., Willowfield Rectory, My. Lady's Road, Belfast
Organist: Mrs. Crooks, 44 Mount Charles
Church Wardens: Rector's - Mr. J. McSorley. People's - Mr. Wm. Maxwell
Treasurer: Mr. W. McDermott, 649 Antrim Road, Belfast
Secretary: Mr. W. Gilfillan, 78 Denmark Street
Sexton: Mr. W. Lindsay, 13 Bristol Street

Baptisms

Dec.   2 - James McCurry, 35 Ashmore Street
Dec.   6 - William Lewis McAuley, 2 Ambleside Street
Dec. 13 - Margaret Wallace, 11 Madeline Street

Marriages

Dec.   1 - Robert Brown, 24 Ulverston Street and Wilhelmina Ferris, 2 Joseph Street
Dec. 17 - Hans Montgomery, 16 Lecumpher Street and Thomasina Livingstone Leitch, 13 Lime Street
Dec. 19 - Andrew Taggart, 28 Devonshire Street and Sarah McNinch Hayes Flanagan, 40 Sydney Street West
Dec. 21 - Morley Trerise, 5 Martin's Terrace, Stithians, Cornwall, and Edna Donnelly Hillock, 5 Duffy Street
Dec. 23 - Thomas Charles Slater, 98 Malvern Street and Elizabeth Abbott, 8 Cumberland Street
Dec. 25 - Edward David Payne, 37 Roden Street and Emily Wallace, 41 Northumberland Street
Dec. 25 - William John Adams, 84 Urney Street and Lavinia McKenzie, 51 Joseph Street
Dec. 25 - John Nelson, 1 McIvor's Place and Irene Patterson, 68 Brownlow Street
Dec. 26 - Hugh Gordon, 100 Northumberland Street and Eileen Mary Collins, Main Street, Killough, Co. Down
Dec. 30 - Robert John Shaw, Ballymagarrick, Lisburn and Mary Amelia Brighton Welsh Judson, 212 Alliance Road, Belfast

 

Deaths

Dec.   4 - Mary Elizabeth Slavin, 50 Joseph Street
Dec.   8 - Matilda Donnelly, 32 Brown Street
Dec. 19 - Robert McDowell, 6 Norwood Street

 

Curate's Appointment

     We all heartily congratulate the Rev. A. H. V. Frazer, B.A., the highly esteemed and popular curate of this parish for upwards of four years on his election as rector of Donaghmore and Donard, a short distance from Dublin. He leaves us at the end of the month and we wish him God-speed in his new sphere of labour where we hope he and Mrs. Frazer will have many happy days.

Rector's Letter

My Dear Friends,
     I have the privilege of addressing practically all our adherents once every month through the medium of the Magazine. Those who want to listen have that opportunity almost every Sunday; but, alas, far too few avail themselves of it. Well, as we are still only really entering on another year which will probably be the most momentous in the history of the world, I want to wish everybody who reads these words as happy a New Year as the anxious days will permit.
     Everything at the moment points to the fact that the Axis Powers are beginning to get what is coming to them; and if the pace can be maintained at its present speed, there is every indication that by this time next year Germany will be finally and irrevocably defeated. That of course will not bring the millennium. The end of the butchery and other nameless horrors, however, is something eagerly to be anticipated. What wisdom will be necessary to guide the new world when peace comes again. It was remarked by more than one that God's name was never mentioned at the last Peace Conference at Versailles in 1919.
     And we know the sorry mess that was made of things. For twenty years the Germans whinged and whined about the cruel injustice of the Versailles Treaty imposed on them; told the world we had made them a bankrupt nation; persuaded us fools to pay for the war we had won; put their fingers in our eyes, and feverishly rearmed for the conflict that is now in its fourth year. That is what must never happen again. Readers will note that the main facts about the envelope scheme are supplied again this month in the form of question and answer. If all interested determine to work it as it is herewith set forth, it is bound to be a conspicuous success.
                  Your sincere friend, Samuel B. Crooks

Subscription List

District I
Collectors - Miss L. McCreight and Mr. J. McSorley

District II
Collectors - Mrs. J. Johnston and Miss L. Bell

District III
Collectors - The Misses S. and E. Morrow

District IV
Collectors - Misses E. Brady and E. Mahood

District V
Collectors - Miss L. Bunting

District VI
Collector - Miss H. Joy

District VII
Collectors - The Misses M. and I. Addis

District VIII
Collector - Miss M. Jamison

District IX
Collector - Mrs. M. E. Harper

District X
Collector - Miss F. Bond

District XI
Collector - Mrs. S. Gilmore

District XII
Collector - Mrs. Bell

District XIII
Collectors - Mrs. S. Gilmour (Gilmore in 1942)

District XIV
Collectors - Misses A. Hamilton and M. Jefferson

District XV
Collector - Miss L. Fraser

Magazine Fund

Sergt. E. J. Donnelly, 40 Parkgate Avenue
Mr. Graham, 57 Boyd Street
Mr. Meehan, 51 Glenrosa Street
Mr. Hunter, 15 Brougham Street

St. Stephen's Parish Magazine
March 1943

 

Rector: Rev. S. B. Crooks; St. Stephen's Rectory, 44 Mount Charles
Curate:
Organist: Mrs. Crooks, 44 Mount Charles
Church Wardens: Rector's - Mr. J. McSorley. People's - Mr. Wm. Maxwell
Treasurer: Mr. W. McDermott, 649 Antrim Road, Belfast
Secretary: Mr. W. Gilfillan, 78 Denmark Street
Sexton: Mr. W. Lindsay, 13 Bristol Street

Baptisms

 

Feb.   2 - Arthur Lynas McIlwaine, 10 Lower California Street
Feb. 10 - John Gray, 32 Ainsworth Street
Feb. 10 - Thomas Henry Connor, 71 Israel Street
Feb. 16 - Myrtle Cleland, 12 Jersey Street
Feb. 16 - Sydney Archer, 69 Wigton Street
Feb. 16 - Henry Francis McKernin, 6 Bilton Place

Marriages

 

Feb.   3 - Samuel Mathers, 4 Dayton Street and Sarah Ann Shortt, 43 Urney Street
Feb. 24 - William James Hillock, 5 Duffy Street and Elizabeth Ferris, 32 Crimea Street
Feb. 27 - Robert Russell, 46 Glenwood Street and Maud Elizabeth Braiden, 46 Glenwood Street

 

Deaths

Feb.   5 - Mary Morrison, 36 Gardiner Street
Feb.   6 - Jane McKelvey Meehan, 51 Glenrosa Street
Feb.   8 - James Cunningham, 38 Southport Street
Feb. 10 - Isabella Thompson, 46 Warkworth Street
Feb. 16 - Thomas Wilson, 8 Greenland Street
Feb. 27 - Thomas William Cheshire, 11 Lee Street

Mrs. Fullalove, carrying on her late mother's good work for this Society has handed in 18s. We thank her!

 

Sustentation Fund

Owing to the illness of our Treasurer, Mr. McDermott, the returns for the Sustenation Fund for the month of February are unavoidably held over until our next issue.

Rector's Letter

My Dear Friends,
     When a few important legal formalities have been carried out, our neighbouring parish - Holy Trinity - will cease to exist on the territory it has occupied for about a century and will be transferred to the Joanmount area and there incorporated with St. Bride's. We all greatly regretted the disappearance of the Church's spire after the air-raid. For years as one passed along Clifton Street one wondered which way it was going to fall - to the right or to the left - and yet the military authorities had to use three charges of dynamite to bring it down, because they thought it was unsafe. It fell flat on the nave of the Church and destroyed everything inside
     Well, says someone, what has that got to do with us? A whole lot. It fell to me to give evidence at a Commission assembled to parcel out the parish amongst its neighbours. As a result there comes to St. Stephen's everything on the right hand side of Peter's Hill from Upper Townsend Street across to Denmark Street and out to Carlisle Circus, thence down Clifton Street and Donegall Street to join the existing boundary at North Street. The Rev. Mr. White, who is going to a parish in the north of County Antrim, has promised to give me the names of all the members of the Church of Ireland in this area which is coming to us, so we shall have further scope for our envelope scheme in its inception almost.
                      Your sincere friends, Samuel B. Crooks

Subscription List

District 1 & 2 missing

District III
Collectors - The Misses S. and E. Morrow

names missing
Mrs. Sommerville, 1 Glendower Street
Mr. Harvey, 31 Esmond Street
Mrs. McAree, 8 Hopes Place
Mr. and Mrs. Simpson, 1 Hastings Street
Mrs. Boyd, 102 Matilda Street
Mr. McAuley, 1 Farrington Gardens
Mr. Cunningham, 1 Blenheim Drive
Mrs. Moore, 8 Suncroft Street (Sancroft)
Mr. Gray, 16 Rusholme Street

District IV
Collectors - Miss E. Kelly and Miss L. Lusty

Miss G. Gilmore, 23 Upper Cargill Street
Miss G. Watson, 23 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. T. Allen, 15 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. W. Parker, 11 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. W. Geddis, 3 Upper Cargill Street
Mrs. Carmichael, 9 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. Thomas, 14 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. Lynas, 10 Upper Cargill Street
Mr. S. Finlay (jun.), 25 Upper Cargill Street
Mrs. McKenzie, 20 Dover Street
Mrs. Dempster, 22 Dover Street
Mr. Walker, 32 Dover Street
Mr. W. Abbott, 51 Dover Street
Mr. Kelly, 61 Dover Street
Mr. Dunwoody, 17 Loopland Road
Mr. S. Walker, 34 Donaldson Crescent
Mrs. Abbott, 13 Forsythe Street
Mr. Hanna, 6 Loudan Street
Mr. T. McCann, 16 Loudan Street
Mrs. Murdock, 10 Loudan Street
Mr. Blackburn, 11 Loudan Street (Blackbourne)
Mr. Hamilton, 3 Loudan Street
Mr. W. Hanna, 3 Loudan Street
Mr. H. Millar, 33 Cargill Street
Mrs. Hammond, 31 Cargill Street
Mr. Walker, 29 Cargill Street
Mr. Mahood, 27 Cargill Street
Mrs. McDowell, 21 Cargill Street
Mrs. Mitchell, 17 Cargill Street
Mr. Finlay, 13 Cargill Street
Mrs. Brady, 9 Cargill Street
Mr. W. Brady, 7 Cargill Street
Mr. Sturgeon, 5 Cargill Street
Mr. Bunting, 14 Cargill Street
Mr. Young, 12 Cargill Street
Mr. Dalrymple, 8 Cargill Street
Mr. Wright, 18 Cargill Street
Mr. Hoy, 36 Townsend Street
Mr. Mathers, 4 Dayton Street
Mr. Potts, 18 Dayton Street
Mr. Morrison, 162 Boundary Street
Mr. Wilson, 140 Boundary Street
Mrs. Kelly, 136 Boundary Street
Mrs. Hindes, 118 Boundary Street (Hinds)
Mrs. Mitchell, 116 Boundary Street
Mrs. Shields, 110 Boundary Street
Mr. Tracy, 114 Boundary Street
Mr. Montgomery, 31 Boundary Street
Mrs. Maxwell, 41 Boundary Street
Mrs. Lusty, 51 Boundary Street
Mr. Agnew, 57 Boundary Street
Mrs. Cottar, 138 Boundary Street
Mr. Thomson, 43 Boundary Street
Mr. Lewis, 33 Boundary Street
Mr. McIlroy, 29 Boundary Street
Mr. McCauley, 160 Boundary Street (McAuley)
Mr. McKee, 134 Boundary Street
Mr. McVeigh, 126 Boundary Street
Mr. Graham, 112 Boundary Street
Mr. Thompson, 30 Greenland Street
Mr. Irwin, 24 Greenland Street
Mr. Kyle, 14 Greenland Street
Mr. Wilson, 8 Greenland Street
Mr. Fleming, 22 Greenland Street
Mrs. Godfrey, 51 Glynbryn Drive (Glenbryn)
Mrs. Edgeworth, 2 Reid's Place
Mrs. Bell, 8 Reid's Place
Mr. Dalrymple, 30 Dhu Varren Park
Mr. Ditty, 58 Bainsmore Road
Mr. J. Kelly, 56 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Robinson, 23 Brown Street
Mr. T. Kelly, 18 Kilburn Street
Mr. Moreland, 7 Tierney Street
Mrs. O'Neill, 29 Wigton Street
Mrs. Woods, 82 My Lady's Road
Mr. Kelly, 256 Ravenhill Road
Mr. Edgeworth, 78 Leopold Street
Mr. McCaugherty, 96 Rutherglen Street

District V
Collectors - Miss M. Bell and Miss W. Busby

Mr. Abbott, 45 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. McAlister, 49 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Stewart, 34 Israel Street
Mrs. Johnston, 32 Israel Street
Mr. Cole, 50 Shankill Road
Mr. Loan, 84 Shankill Road
Miss Baird, 109 Shankill Road
Mr. Hoy, 73 Hopeton Street
Mrs. Dunn, 73 Hopeton Street
Constable Buick, 101 Westmoreland Street
Mr. Madden, 43 Westmoreland Street
Mr. McGardle, 36 Westmoreland Street (McCardle/McArdle)
Mr. Conway, 10 Westmoreland Street
Mr. Leathem, 69 Westmoreland Street
Mr. D. Logan, 6 Diamond Street
Mrs. Boyd, 10 Diamond Street
Mrs. Thoburn, 1 Lorton Street
Mr. Kidd, 8 Lorton Street
Mr. Barnes, 4 Penrith Street
Mr. Irwin, 15 Penrith Street
Mr. Lowe, 33 Penrith Street
Mr. W. Prentice, 35 Penrith Street
Mr. Morris, 50 Penrith Street
Mr. Morton, 57 Penrith Street
Mr. Douglas, 54 Crosby Street
Mr. Crookes, 42 Crosby Street
Mr. Adair, 37 Crosby Street
Mrs. Kerr, 25 Crosby Street
Miss L. Joy, 20 Crosby Street
Mr. Collins, 42 Crosby Street
Mrs. Thompson, 18 Wigton Street
Mr. Noble, 5 Wigton Street
Mr. Porter, 28 Wigton Street
Mr. Hillis, 34 Wigton Street
Mr. Neill, 63 Wigton Street
Mr. Mathers, 21 Wigton Street
Mr. Trotter, 18 Cumberland Street
Mr. Douey, 30 Cumberland Street
Mr. Patterson, 35 Cumberland Street
Mr. Rutherford, 39 Cumberland Street
Mr. Rutherford, 39 Cumberland Street
Mr. Blain, 9 Cumberland Street
Miss McKenna, 96 Percy Street
Mr. McKenna, 96 Percy Street
Mr. Carville, 76 Percy Street
Mr. Atkinson, 70 Carlow Street
Mr. Dunn, 44 Carlow Street
Mrs. Orr, 40 Carlow Street
Mrs. Cunningham, 6 Warkworth Street
Mrs. Thornton, 38 Dover Street
Mr. Hegarty, 31 Dover Street
Mr. Moffat, 70 Dover Street
Mr. Leathem, 2 Beverley Street
Mrs. Davidson, 3 Beverley Street
Mr. Hamilton, 11 Beverley Street
Mr. Walker, 31 Beverley Street
Mr. Elliott, 38 Beverley Street
Mr. Cunningham, 39 Beverley Street
Miss Proctor, 41 Beverley Street
Mr. Morris, 86 Beverley Street
Mr. J. Morris, 86 Beverley Street
Mrs. Potts, 7 Hopeton Street
Mr. J. Thornton, Aughoo Park Garrison

District VI
Collectors - Miss H. Joy and Miss L. Addis

Mr. I. Cummings, 46 Berlin Street
Mr. Gibson, 10 Berlin Street
Mrs. Higgins, 41 Paris Street
Mrs. Armstrong, 31 Bisley Street
Mr. Stevenson, 82 Leopold Street
Mr. McIlrath, 9 Bisley Street
Mr. McAuley, 2 Ambleside Street
Mr. Webster, 106 Silvio Street
Mr. Bradley, 71 Silvio Street
Mr. McMahon, 19 Raleigh Street
Mr. Cordner, 63 Harrybrook Street
Mr. Matchett, 55 Harrybrook Street
Mr. Leathem, 17 Keswick Street
Mr. Flanagan, 40 Sydney Street West
Mrs. Hill, 209 Tennent Street
Mrs. Kirk, 16 Winchester Street
Mr. Crawford, 74 Carnau Street (Carnan)
Mr. Fox, 78 Carnau Street (Carnan)
Mr. Cannen, 26 Carnau Street (Carnan)
Mrs. Stevenson, 58 Tobergill Street
Mr. Kirk, 54 Tobergill Street
Mrs. McCallum, 50 Emerson Street
Mr. Bell, 56 Weir Street
Mr. Smith, 63 Weir Street
Miss Houston, 31 Lawnbrook Avenue
Mr. Cardwell, 31 Lawnbrook Avenue
Mr. Higginson, 78 Glenwood Street
Mr. McCabe, 257 Cupar Street
Mrs. Carley, 9 Whitworth Street
Miss Joy, 4 Tennyson Street
Miss H. Joy, 4 Tennyson Street
Mr. Scott, 41 Downing Street
Miss B. Scott, 41 Downing Street
Mr. Kirkpatrick, 294 Cupar Street
McClintock, 41 Lanark Street
Mr. Cardwell, 4 Bainsmore Drive
Mr. Rodgers, 13 Woodvale Pass
Mr. McCall, 40 Dhu Varren Court
Mr. Owens, 81 Ainsworth Drive
Mr. Close, 50 Ainsworth Drive
Mrs. Carley, 9 Whitworth Street
Miss Joy, 4 Tennyson Street
Miss H. Joy, 4 Tennyson Street
Mr. McConnell, 55 Ainsworth Avenue
Mr. Scott, 41 Downing Street
Miss B. Scott, 41 Downing Street
Mr. W. Morton, 61 Brownlow Street
Miss L. Fraser, 58 Downing Street
Mr. Kinner, 177 Wilton Street
Mr. Leggett, 33 Bellevue Street
Mr. Neill, 57 Sugarfield Street
Mr. Prentice, 158 Sugarfield Street
Mr. Smith, 14 Southland Street
Mr. Moore, 19 Eastland Street
Mr. Page, 39 Ashmore Street
Mr. Haslett, 27 Ashmore Street
Mr. Hill, 25 Ashmore Street
Mr. Ramsey, 56 Fourth Street
Mr. Mackrel, 184 Conway Street
Mr. Dundas, 20 Ninth Street
Mrs. McGiveran, 78 Wilton Street
Mr. McIlheron, 11 Northland Street
Mr. Cunningham, 19 Wilton Square South
Mrs. Coard, 18 Wilton Square South
Mr. McCloskey, Clifton Street
Mr. Milliken, 21 Caledon Street
Mr. Johnston, 71 Conway Street
Mr. Fox, 74 James Street
Mrs. Scott, 92 Canmore Street
Mr. Lyttle, 148 Wilton Street
Mrs. Kerr, 67 Silvio Street
Mrs. Bothwell, 81 Tobergill Street
Mr. Armstrong, 6 Fleming Street
Mr. McDermott, 32 Glencairn Street
Mrs. Thompson, 118 Silvio Street
Mr. Shanks, 18 Springfield Road
Mr. McCabe, 448 Springfield Road

District VII
Collectors - The Misses M. and I. Addis

Mr. S. Addis, 11 Percy Street
Mrs. Murray,5 Percy Street
Mrs. Campbell, 51 Percy Street
Miss Gibson, 49 Percy Street
Mr. Harvey, 12 Tyne Street
Mr. Laverty, 16 Tyne Street
Mr. Lyttle, 21 Tyne Street
Mrs. Johnston, 39 Tyne Street
Mrs. Lindsay, 28 Tyne Street
Mrs. Dodds, 30 Tyne Street
Mrs. Dodds, 103 Newtownards Road
Mr. Dyer, 29 Cumberland Street
Mr. Blair, 55 Cumberland Street
Mrs. Faulkner, 63 Cumberland Street
Mrs. Ward, 59 Cumberland Street
Mrs. Thompson, 6 Tyne Street
Mrs. Thompson, 46 Warkworth Street
Mrs. Averall, 24 Carlow Street
Miss Ferris, 32 Carlow Street
Mrs. Wheeler, 50 Carlow Street
Mr. Harvey, 66 Carlow Street
Mr. Sterrett, 38 Carlow Street
Mr. McWhirter, 25 Northumberland Street
Mrs. Steed, 23 Northumberland Street
Mr. Wallace, 41 Northumberland Street
Mrs. Johnston, 117 Northumberland Street
Mr. Gordon,100 Northumberland Street
Mr. Johnston, 57 Northumberland Street
Mr. Frizelle, 48 Northumberland Street
Mr. Johnston, 43 Northumberland Street
Mr. White, 9 Aberdeen Street
Mrs. Diven, 59 Aberdeen Street
Mrs. Robinson, 61 Aberdeen Street
Mrs. Jamison, 69 Aberdeen Street
Mrs. Wallace, 82 Aberdeen Street
Mrs. Redpath, 88 Aberdeen Street
Mrs. Crothers, 35 Tenth Street
Mr. Shanks, 35 Tenth Street
Mr. Mahood, 26 Tenth Street
Mr. Potts, 34 Ninth Street
Miss Hare, 31 Seventh Street
Miss Rutherford, 20 Seventh Street
Mr. Hewett, 23 Seventh Street
Mr. Hume, 40 Seventh Street
Mrs. Sayers, 35 Seventh Street
Mr. Kirkwood, 3 Sixth Street
Mr. Gray, 5 Fourth Street
Mr. Adams, 38 North Howard Street
Mrs. Gibson, 210 Conway Street
Mr. Mahood, 5 Argyle Street
Mrs. Mahaffy, 47 Argyle Street
Miss Barnes, 58 Argyle Street
Mrs. Adams, 62 Argyle Street
Mrs. McKinney, 107 Argyle Street
Mr. McCallin, 109 Argyle Street
Mr. McBride, 108 Argyle Street
Mr. McBay, 110 Argyle Street
Mrs. Robinson, 114 Argyle Street
Mrs. Brown, 118 Argyle Street
Mrs. Brown, 119 Argyle Street
Mr. Forsythe, 66 Argyle Street
Mrs. Swaine, 14 Urney Street
Mrs. Glendinning, 95 Urney Street
Mrs. Crosby, 129 Urney Street
Mrs. Hare, 161 Urney Street
Mr. Osborne, 186 Urney Street
Mr. Gray, 136 Urney Street
Mrs. Kerr, 207 Urney Street
Mrs. Montgomery, 213 Urney Street
Mrs. Hare, 215 Urney Street
Mr. Ward, 96 Alliance Avenue
Mrs. Annette, 169 Wilson Street
Mr. Lusty, 54 Westland Street
Mr. Spence, 163 Carnau Street (Carnan)
Mr. Irvine, 135 Carnau Street (Carnan)
Mrs. Annette, 169 Carnau Street (Carnan)
Mrs. Annette, 132 Carnau Street (Carnan)
Mrs. Mitchell, 132 Glenwood Street

Mrs. McKibben, 118 Brookmount Street
Mr. Ferguson, 4 Ainsworth Pass
Mr. Keenan, 27 Lawnview Street
Mrs. Williamson, 66 Westmoreland Street
Mrs. Allen, 46 Westmoreland Street
Mrs. Rankin, 46 Westmoreland Street
Mr. Douglas, 54 Tennant Street
Miss Nixon, 61 Tennent Street
Mrs. Busby, 183 Tennent Street
Mr. Clarke, 13 Snugville Street
Miss Lunney, 31 Keswick Street
Mr. Pilson, 26 Hopeton Street
Mr. Hamilton, 85 Dover Street
Mr. Swann, 6 Ballymena Street
Mrs. Rankin, 43 Lorton Street
Mr. Dyer, 26 Penrith Street
Mrs. Lennox, 124 Silvio Street
Mr. Jackson, 17 Olive Street
Mr. Hamilton, 27 Wigton Street
Mr. McDowell, 51 Crosby Street
Mrs. Jones, 73 Aberdeen Street
McKeen, 36 Carlow Street
Mr. Scott, 91 Crimea Street
Mr. Gibson, 220 Conway Street
Mr. Armstrong, 10 Tyne Street
Mr. Nuttall, 67 Young Street, Lisburn
Mr. Lemon, 30 Aberdeen Street
Mr. Adair, 72 Aberdeen Street
Mr. Craig, 73 Dundee Street
Mrs. Porter, 11 Diamond Street
Mr. Bowers, 9 Silverstream Parade
Mrs. McDowell, 75 Bellevue Street
Mr. Dunn, 75 Brussels Street
Mr. Moore, 70 Aberdeen Street
Mr. Glendinning, 31 Urney Street
Mr. Gray, 26 Hopeton Street
Mr. Swann, 6 Alliance Street

District VIII
Collectors - Miss S. McIlwaine and Miss M. Maxwell

Mrs. Hare, 133 Old Lodge Road
Miss Dick, 133 Old Lodge Road
Mr. Niblock, 90 Old Lodge Road
Mr. McIlwaine, 88 Old Lodge Road
Mrs. Hermon, 50 Old Lodge Road
Mrs. Duffy, 48 Old Lodge Road
Mr. Gilliland, 41 Old Lodge Road
Mr. Forrester, 94 Old Lodge Road
Mr. Martin, 42 Upper Townsend Street
Mrs. Ledgett, 34 Upper Townsend Street
Mrs. Morgan, 26 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Bell, 22 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. McKillip, 20 Upper Townsend Street
Mrs. McClelland, 27 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Martin, 53 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Dyer, 8 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Lusty, 30 Upper Townsend Street
Mr. Lowry, 43 Sherbrook Street
Mrs. Lowry, 5 Sherbrook Street
Mrs. Larmour, 36 Sherbrook Street
Mr. Larmour, 10 Lime Street
Mr. J. Larmour, 14 Lime Street
Mr. R. Lusty, 16 Lime Street
Mr. E. Coulter, 18 Lime Street
Mr. Lusty, 20 Lime Street
Mr. Johnston, 22 Lime Street
Mr. J. Wells, 38 Lime Street
Mrs. Braden, 11 Lime Street
Mrs. Leitch, 13 Lime Street
Mrs. Wilson, 30 Woodford Street
Mr. Shaw, 22 Woodford Street
Mr. Scott, 19 Woodford Street
Mr. Kerr, 27 Woodford Street
Mr. Cummings, 22 Lower California Street
Mr. McConnell, 12 Hartley Street
Mr. Waite, 36 Hartley Street
Mr. Bennett, 50 Hartley Street
Mrs. Cummins, 17 Hartley Street
Mr. Mitchell, 18 Broadbent Street
Mr. Smith, 25 Broadbent Street
Miss Telford, 57 Broadbent Street
Mr. Murphy, 5 Cavour Street
Mr. Heaney, 9 Cavour Street
Mr. Johnston, 13 Cavour Street
Mrs. Johnston, 30 Cavour Street
Mr. Devan, 23 Cavour Street
Mrs. Ferris, 18 Cavour Street
Mr. Henderson, 85 Hopewell Street
Mrs. McAdam, 79 Hopewell Street
Mr. W. J. Hamilton, 50 Peter's Hill
Mr. J. Hamilton, 50 Peter's Hill
Mr. R. Murdock, 60 Peter's Hill
Mrs. Brooks, 91 Peter's Hill
Mr. Haddock, 113 Peter's Hill
Mr. E. Todd, Peter's Hill Baths
Mr. Kingsmore, 54 Denmark Street
Mr. Martin, 30 Denmark Street
Mrs. Maxwell, 9 Southport Street
Mr. Taylor, Supt. Carrick House
Mr. T. Hamilton, 50 Christopher Street
Miss Dyer, 50 Christopher Street
Mr. Wm. Maxwell, 41 Denmark Street

District IX
Collectors - Miss L. Ferris and Miss E. Johnston

Miss A. Hamilton, 22 Israel Street
Mr. Hamilton, 22 Israel Street
Mrs. McDowell, 40 Israel Street
Mr. Kirk, 18 Israel Street
Mrs. Donnelly, 60 Israel Street
Mrs. Hamilton, 50 Christopher Street
Miss Dyer, 50 Christopher Street
Mr. Campbell, 49 Christopher Street
Mr. Harper, 61 Christopher Street
Mrs. Kane, 51 Christopher Street
Mr. Murdock, 78 Christopher Street
Mrs. Smith, 53 Christopher Street
Mr. Williamson, 52 McTier Street
Mr. Anderson, 62 McTier Street
Mr. Lyttle, 90 McTier Street
Mrs. Gibson, 85 McTier Street
Mr. Forsythe, 114 McTeir Street (McTier)
Mr. Hagan, 146 McTier Street
Mr. Williamson, 22 McTier Street
Mr. Ogilby, 18 Hopewell Street
Mr. Finn, 69 Hopewell Street
Mrs. Scott, 58 Hopewell Street
Mr. Henderson, 85 Hopewell Street
Mr. Boyd, 10 North Boundary Street
Mrs. Glenn, 13 North Boundary Street
Mrs. Green, 7 North Boundary Street
Mrs. Scott, 27 North Boundary Street
Mr. G. Scott, 27 North Boundary Street
Mr. Ferguson, 22 Hanover Street
Mr. Mussen, 48 Hanover Street
Mrs. Harper, 23 Hanover Street
Mr. McQuitty, 9 Hanover Street
Mr. McAteer, 80 Hanover Street
Mrs. Cochrane, 24 Sherbrook Street
Mrs. Matchett, 9 Sherbrook Street
Mrs. Quail, 11 Sherbrook Street
Mr. Bell, 38 Sherbrook Street
Mr. Campbell, 26 Sherbrook Street
Mrs. Coulter, 21 Rutherford Street
Mr. Boyd, 6 Rutherford Street
Mr. Murray, 64 Rutherford Street
Mr. M. McEwan, 111 Peter's Hill
Mr. Addis, 17 Alaska Street
Mr. Boyce, 12 Hudson Street
Mr. Melville, 67 Hudson Street
Mrs. Coulter, 13 Maria Street
Mrs. Johnston, 14 Fleming Street
Mr. McFadden, 11 Riversdale Street
Mrs. Brown, 44 Sixth Street
Mrs. Trueick, 57 Hartley Street
Mr. Elwood, 6 Belgrave Street
Mr. McFarland, 44 Old Lodge Road
Mr. Clark, 16 Perth Street
Mr. McBride, 131 Crimea Street
Mr. Bracken, 51 Ballymoney Street
Mr. Lavery, 58 Paris Street
Mr. Cromwell, 60 Paris Street
Mrs. Logan, 52 Palmer Street
Mr. Cosgrove, 6 Killarney Street
Mr. Orr, 4 Killarney Street
Mrs. Montgomery, 32 Castleton Gardens
Mr. Murphy, 6 Perth Street
Mrs. Adair, 21 Pernau Street
Mrs. Millar, 5 Haldane Street
Mrs. Elwood, 34 Downing Street
Mrs. Hughes, 53 Brownlow Street
Mr. Shearer, 36 Denmark Street
Mr. Copeland, 155 Bellevue Street
Mrs. Smith, 62 Dundee Street
Mr. Murphy, 42 Klondyke Street
Mr. Doyle, 17 Matlock Street
Mrs. Crothers, 4 Matlock Street
Mr. Gorman, 36 Campbell Street
Mrs. Coard, 21 Campbell Street
Mrs. Marshall, 50 Victoria Avenue
Mr. McAteer, 80 Hanover Street
Mr. Ferris, 3 Hudson Place
Mrs. Wallace, 62 Broadbent Street
Mr. Campbell, 42 Perth Street
Mr. Topping, 30 Brownlow Street
Mrs. Hill, 58 Foreman Street

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District XV
Collector - Miss H. McCreight

Mr. W. McCreight, 76 Maryville Street
Mr. Walden, 38 Maryville Street
Mr. Cummings, 67 Dublin Road
Mrs. Lyons, 17 Little Victoria Street
Mrs. Ruberry, 25 Little Victoria Street
Mr. Gould, 17 Ratcliffe Street
Mrs. Marks, 22 India Street
Mrs. McCartin, 34 Dunluce Avenue
Mr. Galbraith, 60 Donnybrook Street
Mr. Lisney, 69 Chadwick Street
Mrs. Lisk, 115 Donnybrook Street
Mrs. Cinnamond, 7 Blondin Street
Mrs. Moore, 1 Egeria Street
Mrs. Gregg, 204 Donegall Road
Mrs. Henderson, 224 Donegall Road
Mr. Morgan, 413 Donegall Road
Mr. Cleland, 9 Soudan Street
Mr. Gregg, 51 Soudan Street
Mrs. Howes, 22 Pandora Street
McIlwaine, 87 Donegall Avenue
Mr. McFarland, 29 Empire Street
Mr. Orr, 50 Empire Street
Mr. Harte, 52 Empire Street
Mr. Porter, 118 Utility Street
Mr. Tate, 128 Utility Street
Mr. James, 4 Abingdon Street
Mr. Taggart, 14 Landseer Street
Mrs. Kilgore, 20 Landseer Street
Mr. Thornberry, 22 Landseer Street
Miss Geddis, 34 Coolderry Street
Mrs. Dunn, 10 Sunnyside Drive
Mr. McCreight, 68 Hatfield Street
Miss McTear, 52 Farnham Street
Mrs. Skillen, 7 Essex Street
Mrs. Cummings, 106 Blythe Street
Mr. Boyd, 9 Chichester Street
Mr. Parker, 15 Salena Street (Selina)
Mr. McAdams, 37 Hutchinson Street
Mrs. Gray, 84 Elizabeth Street
Mr. Parker, 15 Fleming Street
Mrs. Curliss, 11 Taylor Street
Mr. Hamilton, 14 Dagmar Street
Mr. A. Morris, 78 Beverley Street
Mr. Marmion, 46 Percy Street
Mr. Taylor, 37 Tyne Street
Mr. Jones, 54 Fairview Street
Miss Press, 27 Tudor Place
Mr. Taylor, 27 Tudor Place
Mr. Gibson, 26 Wigton Street
Mr. Moore, 68 Wigton Street
Mr. Sergerson, 215 Mayo Street
Mr. Berridge, Ocean Buildings
Mrs. Holland, 48 Byron Street
Mrs. Briggs, 8 Cromwell Street
Mrs. Murphy, 22 Cromwell Street
Mrs. Hamilton, 28 Cromwell Street
Mr. Whitley, 25 Joanmount Gardens
Mr. Robinson, 32 Oregon Street
Mrs. Webster, 12 Montreal Street
Mr. Harland, 50 Ohio Street
Mrs. Osborne, 19 Olserton Street (Ulverston)
Mr. Hall, 6 Fingal Street
Mrs. Coates, 98 Broom Street
Mr. Cuddy, 72 Enfield Street
Mrs. Whitley, 74 Enfield Street
Mr. J. McCormick, 20 Vara Drive
Mr. Fitzsimmons, 21 Ainsworth Drive
Mr. Robinson, 34 Ainsworth Drive
Mr. Gibson, 33 Dhu Varren Parade
Mr. Walker, 29 Dhu Varren Court
Mr. Nugent, 36 Dhu Varren Court
Mrs. Wright, 50 Estoil Park (Estoril)
Mr. McFadden, 37 Solway Street
Mrs. Balfour, Cheviot Avenue
Mr. Sommerville, 9 Chesam Terrace (Chesham)
Mr. Crawford, 1 Abercorn Street
Mrs. McKay, 38 Harker Street (Harper)
Mr. Walker, 39 Apsley Street
Mr. Simmons, 29 Fairfax Street
Mr. Harvey, 39 Emerson Street
Mr. Johnston, 54 Wigton Street
Mrs. McConnell, 29 Apsley Street
Miss Brew, 9 Lawrence Street
Mr. McGinley, 85 Kilburn Street
Mrs. Woods, 1 Powerscourt Street
Mr. Warnock, 26 Beresford Street
Mr. Moore, 3 Forth Parade
Mr. Sloan, 14 Schomberg Street
Mr. McLarnon, 6 Orby Grove
Mrs. Taylor, 2 Tyne Street
Mrs. Buckles, 3 Rushfield Avenue
Mr. Harte, 3 Rushfield Avenue
Mr. Todd, 7 Dhu Varren Park
Mr. Kirkpatrick, 19 Dhu Varren Park
Miss Johnston, 18 Ballygomartin Road
Mr. Gamble, 10 Glencairn Street
Mr. McDonald, 20 Glencairn Street
Mr. Crothers, 81 Glencairn Street
Mr. W. Logan, 24 Twaddell Avenue
Mr. M. Logan, 24 Twaddell Avenue
Mr. Robinson, 97 Twaddell Avenue
Mrs. Mills, 116 Woodvale Road
Mr. Thompson, 50 Woodvale Drive
Mr. Ellis, 31 Woodvale Parade
Mr. Burnett, 17 Woodvale Parade
Mr. Bunting, 20 Woodvale Parade
Mrs. Bovelle, 20 Woodvale Parade
Mr. Robinson, 27 Donaldson Court
Mr. Wm. McCormick, 36 Donaldson Court
Mr. A. McCormick, 36 Donaldson Court
Mr. Lusty, 10 Ballygomartin Road
Mr. Rafferty, 15 Sommerdale Park (Somerdale)
Mr. Lloyd, 24 Sommerdale Park (Somerdale)
Mr. Haslett, "Lisavon," Crumlin Road
Mr. Gardiner, 13 Rutland Street
Mr. S. Cleland, Ormeau Park

Magazine Fund

Mr. C. Porter
Mr. Morris, 86 Beverly Street
Mrs. Millar, 33 Cargill Street
Mrs. Hammond, 23 Cargill Street
Mr. Morrison, 162 Cargill Street
Mr. Irwin, 24 Greenland Street
Mr. Robinson, 23 Brown Street
Mr. Kelly, 118 Kilburn Street
Mr. Moreland, 7 Tierney Street
Mr. Averall, 24 Carlow Street
Mrs. Porter, 157 Joanmount Gardens
Miss Brew, 9 Lawrence Street

Auditors Wm. Maxwell and & W. J. Gilfillan

Cathedral of St. Anne, Belfast - The First Twenty-Five Years
1904 - 1929
by
His Honour Judge Thompson

Published by the Belfast Cathedral Guild on June 2ndm 1929m The Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Dedication of the Nave

     In the building of a Cathedral a quarter of a century is "but as yesterday when it is past, and as a watch in the night." Most of the great Cathedrals of the world took many hundreds of years to reach their final form, and those who founded them died long before their ideals were realized. Yet, since June 2, 1929 is the twenty-fifth anniversary of the dedication of the Nave of our Cathedral, we may take it as a convenient point to look back on what has been done up to the present towards the fulfilment of the great undertaking, and (more important still) to look forward to what this generation in its turn may be expected to accomplish.

     The dedication of the Nave marked the close of the first chapter in the history of the building. Almost exactly ten years before on 7th March, 1894Bishop Welland had propounded the scheme to the Diocesan Council, and at the Vestry held on Easter Monday, 15th April, 1895, Canon O'Hara had brought the matter before the Parish of St. Anne's. The time was not yet ripe for its adoption; many obstacles had to be faced, many doubts satisfied, many objections met, many forebodings disregarded; but the founders, strong in faith and of good courage, were "baffled to fight better."

     The initial difficulties were overcome, the principle of the undertaking was accepted, and the broad outlines were laid down. The Bill establishing the Chapter of the new Cathedral having been adopted by the Diocesan Synod in 1898 was passed by the General Synod in April, 1899, and on the 6th September of the same year, in the presence of Archbishops Alexander and Peacocke and an immense congregation of the clergy and laity of the Diocese, the foundation-stone was laid by the Countess of Shaftesbury and blessed by Bishop Welland.

     The walls of the new building were raised round the old Parish Church till its actual site was required, and on Thursday, 31st December, 1903, the last public service was held in old St. Anne's. The work of erection was then pushed forward with all possible speed, and on the 2nd of June, 1904—a brilliant and cloudless day of sunshine—in the presence of a great gathering in which were included the Archbishop of Dublin, all the Bishops of the Church of Ireland, over two hundred of the Diocesan clergy, and all the leading Churchmen of the Diocese, Bishop Welland consecrated the Nave.

     The spiritual ideal which underlay and inspired the building of the Cathedral was well expressed by Bishop Chadwick in his sermon on the day of consecration—to build for God in the great city of Belfast a great church with a double intention—first, to give body and form in a worthy centre and rallying place to the unity of Church people as one great family desirous from time to time of worshipping together, and in so doing to supply one of the greatest needs of the Church in Belfast, the need for the sense of community and cohesion, the power and will to move together, burning with a common zeal, pressing towards a common end; and, second, to recognize and embody the religious value of beauty by building a place of prayer not only ample enough to receive our largest assemblies, but with as much grace and sober stateliness as the best and most patient endeavours might supply, even if more than one generation must be drawn on to complete it.

     When these ideals came to be translated into fact, with due regard to all the existing conditions, the problem that was put to the architect was whether it was possible to devise a Cathedral Church to fulfil its essential purposes, not necessarily in the accepted style of architectural treatment, of a plainer and yet not undignified character, which, fitted to the restricted site of old St. Anne's, would give Belfast a great congregational church for 3,000 to 4,000 worshippers. The architect's answer was that such a type of Cathedral was both possible and suitable, and could best be obtained by harking back to the Basilican style of building adopted by the primitive church in Italy. These were the considerations which— to use the words of the architect, Sir Thomas Drew—led to the adoption of a style not quite new or quite old, but inspired by study of examples of earlier churches of the Romanesque period, which were nearer in the centuries to the Cathedral tradition, and which in the South and West of France especially, even in the 12th century, presented a tradition of the dignities, grace, and refinement of proportions of ancient classic art. Such a round arched style, not imitative in detail merely archaic or grotesque or eccentric would, it was hoped, provide the corpus of a great and plain church with which the decorative adornment in perhaps a century to come would not be incongruous.

     Conceived in this spirit, the design provided for a Nave with lateral aisles, entered by triple portals at the West, and with a Baptistery and a Chapel of Remembrance opening off it to right and left; a crossing east of the Nave, in which the Choir should be placed in the midst of the congregation, and from which the Transepts should open off to North and South; an Apse east of the crossing for the accommodation of the Holy Table, the Bishop's Throne and the Chapter Stalls, with lateral aisles over which the organ should be placed. When to these were added the necessary Vestries for Bishop and Chapter, Clergy and Choirs the building, as originally designed, might be said to be complete. The design was symmetrical—on multiples of twenty—and the scale was large; the Nave eighty-five feet wide, one hundred and twenty-one feet long, eight-five feet high lo the interior coffered ceiling, one hundred feet high to the external ridge; the Crossing, Transepts and Apse each forty feet square. A building so large could evidently only be built in sections, and the first section to be taken in hand, it was decided, must be the Nave. The decision was in itself a departure from the precedent of other Cathedrals, nearly all of which—ancient and modern—were begun at the East end, and incidentally inflicted on the worshippers of at least one generation the discomfort of facing a temporary and unfinished East end, but it was necessitated by the demand for space and accommodation for congregational use. This portion, therefore, of the full design it was which was first taken in hand, and which was consecrated on the 2nd of June, 1904.

     It represented an expenditure of 38,592; it was solidly and well built of wrought stone for all time, and it was provided with seating, lighting and heating for the needs of the congregation; but it was but a fragment of the complete design, and it was wanting in all the adornment and architectural graces that could be deferred. The East end was closed abruptly by a temporary wall in which was embedded the little apse of old St. Anne's; the great portals of the West front were represented but by their future core of rude brickwork: the capitals of the pillars and the corbels of the mouldings were still uncarved; the choir stalls were temporary ; the vestries were temporary; the windows were, with the exception of the great West Window and two in the aisles, still temporarily glazed; Snetzler's sweet little organ transferred from the old church to a temporary gallery built for it at the east end of the north aisle was manifestly insufficient for the new calls upon it; all was new, bare, and incomplete.

     And the organisation available was also for the most part new and incomplete. The Cathedral had succeeded to and embodied in itself the name, the site, the endowments, the staff, the congregation and the traditions of the old Parish Church of St. Anne's— it was to continue its functions as a Parish Church. It was also to be linked up with the three existing Cathedrals of the united Diocese, not to supersede them, but to co-operate with them in the Diocesan work, and accordingly its Dean was chosen from the successive vicars of the Parish; its Chapter was to consist of the members of the Chapters of the three existing Cathedrals; its Board (in whose hands the practical management was placed) was constituted of the members of the Select Vestry of the Parish and certain elected members of the Chapter. So it was in the fullest sense to combine the functions of a Cathedral and a parish church, and for the Cathedral side of its work it was at first but slightly equipped. There was no traditional use, no long-established ceremonial, no experienced staff. The choir was but recently formed; few of its members had any previous acquaintance with Cathedral services; it was almost entirely voluntary; it had no repertoire and it had no endowment. Everything had to be planned and created, and this, while an enormous burden of parochial work, was supported.

     The twenty-five years that have elapsed since the consecration of the Nave were preceded by ten years of planning and building, and may themselves be divided into two periods—one of fifteen years devoted principally to organisation and consolidation, and one of ten years devoted also to further extension. Short as is the history of the Cathedral it has already had six deans:— H. S. O'Hara (1899-l900), C. F. D'Arcv (1900-1903), J. J. Robinson (1903-1911), C. T. P. Grierson (1911-1919), T. G. G. Collins (1919-1926). and H. R. Brett, as well as twenty curates or minor canons; and, speaking generally, it may be said that the initial planning and building was the work of the first two deans, the organisation of the Cathedral services and the parochial work of the third and fourth, the completion of the first section and the preparation for further extension the task of the last two. To Dean Robinson in particular and to his principal helpers, Mr. Carey as Minor Canon and Mr. Brennan as organist, are due the thanks of the Diocese for the simple and dignified ceremonial that has now been established, and for a musical service not excelled in beauty and reverence by that of any other similar choir. The three Sunday services attract each its own congregation, so that probably not less than two thousand people worship each Sunday in the building. The afternoon congregation, in particular, comprises many visitors from all over the city and suburbs, and at any Festival service the building is crammed to overflowing. About nine hundred persons are married and eleven hundred children baptised in it each year, and over two hundred and fifty people make their Communion each month. I say nothing here of the work that has been carried on by the staff in the St. Simon's and Mariners' Mission districts, important as it is, as we are concerned chiefly with its work as a Cathedral.

     In its twenty-five years of life the Cathedral has had four Bishops (two of them former deans), and has mourned the death of two of them ; it has shared the nation's sorrow at the deaths of King Edward and Queen Alexandra and welcomed the accession of King George; it has seen the rise and fall of kingdoms and nations, the bitter and critical struggle for the government of Ireland, the signing of the Ulster Covenant, the establishment of the Northern Government. Dwarfing all these, it has lived through the terrible catastrophe and long-drawn-out agony of the Great War, the departure of the Ulster Division, the glorious and tragic tales of victories and reverses and wounds and deaths, the suspense and the final Victory. Its aisles have re-echoed to supplications and thanksgivings, to lamentations and paeans of triumph. All these events it has commemorated in its services, and many of them are given a more lasting memorial in its fabric.

     During these years the Choir, constantly renewing its youth, has raised and sustained a lofty standard of choice and performance, and has built up a repertoire comprising hundreds of services and anthems selected from all the great schools of Church music, and appropriate to all the varied needs of a great community.

     Its pulpit has been opened to great and famous preachers of every thought; all the Archbishops and Bishops of the Church of Ireland have preached in it; most of the Bishops and two of the Moderators of the Scotch Church; the Bishops of Durham, London, and Gloucester; Canon Hastings Rashdall, and Dean Inge, and many others too numerous to mention. It is only by calling to mind this varied and eventful activity, and by reflecting that without such a building and organization none of it would have been possible, that we can realise what a universal want in the life of the Church the Cathedral supplies and what a position it has won for itself in the hearts and affections of the people.

     It must not be supposed that during this period of consolidation the work of completion was altogether suspended; seldom a year passed without something being done towards the final consummation. The Cathedra! Guild, composed of men and women banded together to forward the completion of the building, had been formed at the very beginning of the movement, and year by year contributed their subscriptions and strove to sustain interest and encourage further progress. The Board, too, though at times necessitated to rest on their oars, never lost sight of the need for renewed effort.

     The first important addition to the equipment of the Cathedral after its consecration was the gift of the organ. It came sooner than anyone had hoped for, for it was on the 4th of June, 1906, that Mr. E. O'Rorke Dickey reported the offer of 800 from Mr. Carnegie if a similar sum could be raised locally. Through the enthusiasm and devotion of some generous friends whose names are recorded in the List of Donors the necessary funds were quickly raised, and within a year the splendid instrument, one of the finest products of its builders, Messrs. Harrison, of Durham, was in course of erection. It was opened by Mr. Brennan on Monday, August 3rd, 1907, on the occasion of the Memorial Service for Bishop Welland, who had just died, and it has served nobly all the needs of the congregation in the two and twenty years that have passed since then. We look forward to the time when, enlarged to its full size by the addition of its fourth manual, and placed in its designed position above the lateral aisle of the apse, it may with still more majestic harmony swell the note of praise.

     One by one also the windows of the aisles were filled with memorial offerings in stained glass till the tale of the pictured prophets was complete. One only now awaits the removal of the organ to be put in its place, and it has been provided for as one of the last gifts to the Cathedral of one who gave freely and continuously to it—the late Mr. James Trelford. The Cathedral has been fortunate in its stained glass in that it fell to be built during a "good period" of that art, and that it was entrusted at the beginning to the hands of Mr. James Powell. respected among architects as a great artist in stained, glass. In his great West Window, inspired it is said by one in the city of Lucca which was an artist's ideal, he allowed no considerations of labour or cost to stand in the way of producing a work of art which, alike in colour, in wealth of detail, and in fine classical drawing is of unlimited interest; it has realised in full the only conditions laid down by its donor— Mr. W. H. Lynn—that, regardless of cost, it should be the highest work of art the English school could produce, that it should be untrammelled by conventionalities which would tie the hands of an artist as the exponent of the art of his time, that its subject should be the building of the Temple, and that it should be a keynote for harmony for the future decoration and adornment in the church.

     On the death of Sir Thomas Drew, Mr. W. H. Lynn. who. though he would never allow his name to be bracketed with Sir Thomas Drew's, had from the first been closely associated with the work, was appointed as architect. As he sat in his accustomed place at service Sunday after Sunday he drew in fancy many a plan for the completion of the building, and before his death in 1915 he had, in fact, completed the plans for the Baptistery; but the War had sent the prices of building soaring, and the Board had to hold its hand, so that he never saw the execution of his work. In 1917, however, it was felt that sufficient funds had been accumulated to justify a further advance, and Dr. Macgregor Chalmers, who had established his fame by the restoration of lona, as well as by many fine churches in Scotland, was invited to prepare plans for the completion of the Crossing. This extension, it was thought, would furnish much needed accommodation at the East end and prepare the way for the eventual building of the Transepts and Apse. Unfortunately, Dr. Chalmers also died before this work could be undertaken, bur he left plans in sufficient detail to enable portion of his design to be carried out with the assistance and under the supervision of Mr. R. M. Close, and, accordingly, during the years 1922-4 the foundation, crypt, floor, and pillars of the Central Crossing were built, and the spaces between the pillars, where will be the openings into the Transepts and Apse, enclosed with temporary walls. Into the space thus provided the Holy Table, Communion rails and Choir Stalls were removed, and the result has been a great gain in spaciousness and convenience. But, both practically and aesthetically, much is still left to be desired. Where should be an open and spacious Crossing crowned with a lofty dome and occupied only by Choir Stalls, and opening off it to North and South Transepts where a thousand people might worship, and to the East an Apse, fitly adorned for the Holy Table, Throne, and Chapter Stalls, and brilliant with storied windows, we have instead all these crowded together and hemmed in by walls of temporary brick. Not till these are removed, and Transepts, Apse, Organ Chamber and Vestries added shall we have anything of either the beauty or the convenience that the completed design will afford.

     The time had now come when it was felt that the long-continued efforts of the Cathedral Guild should be embodied in some individual portion of the building, and by general consent the portion selected was the Baptistery.

     Baptisteries—i.e., separate parts of the building specially built and set aside for the administration of the rite of baptism—are quite exceptional in English Cathedrals, but as the Cathedral of Belfast was to take the place and carry on the traditions of the old Parish Church of St. Anne (favourite of all the city churches for baptism) it was recognised from the first that ample provision must be made for the administration of this important part of its work. Accordingly Sir Thomas Drew made it part of his original design that there should be a baptistery, separate from the nave and close to the west front. It was to be semi-circular in plan, and to open off the south wall of the nave. Further than this he did not go, and, in fact, he died before a detailed design was called for.

     As stated above. Mr. W. H. Lynn then took up the work, and one of the many things for which the Cathedral is his debtor is that he worked out in detail the plans for the beautiful building which he, too, did not live to see. Accordingly, when in 1922 the Cathedral Guild decided to make itself responsible for its completion, the work was begun according to Mr. Lynn's designs, under the superintendence of Mr. R. M. Close. The structural part of the building was completed in 1924 at a cost of 3,100, and as so completed consists of a semi-circular building with semi-domed roof. Externally it has for ornament bold mouldings round the three windows and a vigorous arcading under the eave. Internally it corresponds with the rest of the building in its lining of red sandstone with mouldings and string courses of Bath stone. It was felt that no trouble or expense should be spared to make this, the first completed part of the Cathedra!, as perfect in detail as could be planned, and by the kindness and enthusiasm of many generous friends that ideal was achieved.

     The font was presented by the children of the diocese, and especially by those who were baptised in the Cathedral or in old St. Anne's, and students of symbolism will be interested in the scheme of colouring adopted for it. The bowl is of Portland stone inlaid with white alabaster and is supported by columns of red marble standing on a black base—the black, typifying sin, the red, penitence, and the white, grace—a perpetual reminder of the meaning of the Sacrament for the administration of which it is provided.

     The floor, the offering of the Cathedral Guild, is a mosaic of Portland stone and Irish marbles of various colours, wrought to a very beautiful and elaborate design after the style known as Opus Alexandinum.

     The mosaic roof is of exceptional interest, as it is unparalleled in this country, and, more than anything else, draws attention to the distinctively Romanesque character of the building. In this style the windows were kept in restraint, wide spaces were cherished both on the walls and on the domed roofs, and when these spaces were felt to require adornment recourse was had to the aid of mosaic. In the art of mosaic, therefore, the Romanesque style is unrivalled, and we are fortunate in having such a unique and magnificent example of it in our Cathedral.

     It symbolises the creation by representations of the elements of earth, air, water, and fire, with the hand of God stretched over all. When it is borne in mind that to complete it over 150.000 pieces of glass had to be individually placed by hand, each in its appropriate place, some idea of the magnitude and complexity of the task will be gained; but the artist. Miss Gertrude Martin, grudged nothing of the toil, and the result forms a glorious and fitting crown to the first completed part of the Cathedral.

     Miss Rosamund Praeger adorned the ends of the upper and lower string courses with the charming heads of children. of which she has the secret, and also presented an additional bust which may be seen beneath the central window.

     There are ten small capitals at the windows which bear distinctive names and have been carved at the expense of persons bearing that name or by one or other of our diocesan organisations. For the designs for these and for the other carving, as well as for the mosaic roof, the font, and the floor, we arc indebted to Sir Charles Nicholson.

     Lastly we may observe that in memory of Robert Gamble, first verger of the Cathedral, a seat has been provided for the mothers and their babies, and that a permanent record of all the gifts and givers to the Baptistery has been enclosed in a shrine within it.

     The completion of the baptistery was celebrated and all these gifts dedicated at a service held on Saturday, June 2nd, 1928.

     While this work was going on, preparations were being made to carry to completion the scheme initiated by Bishop D'Arcy and Dean Grierson for completing the West front as a War Memorial. The crisis through which our country had passed was a tremendous one, the Victory epoch-making, and the part that Ulster had played in securing it most glorious, and it was felt that the building of the Cathedral offered a unique opportunity for a monument splendid enough and sacred enough for such an occasion. As visitors to the Cathedral of Gloucester are still reminded that the great East Window is a thank-offering for the victory of Crecy, so in time to come will visitors to our Cathedral see it recorded that the great portals of the West front were built as a thank-offering for victory and a memorial to the men of Ulster who gave their lives in the Great War.

     On undertaking such an important section of the work the Board appointed as their architect Sir Charles Nicholson—whose experience and reputation in ecclesiastical architecture is worldwide, and taking up the problem with great energy and enthusiasm he furnished a design which, embodying and strengthening the best features of his predecessor's ideas, has produced a West Front un-excelled in this country for impressive grandeur. The arches of its triple portico, imposing and unique in their width and height and depth, rich in shadow and adorned with carving and moulding, form a fitting entrance to the House of God and an impressive frame for the three tympana by which are symbolised in sculpture the ideas underlying the building—the spirit of Love and Sell-sacrifice which inspired our soldiers to lay down their lives for their friends; the Victory which their efforts gained; the Reign of Peace and Righteousness which they strove for. The scenes which should typify these three great ideas suggested themselves almost inevitably, and, accordingly, you may see over the North door the Crucifixion, over the South door the Resurrection, and over the Centre Christ in glory surrounded by His saints. At the same time the front was completed by adding the four turrets which crown the edifice, two rose windows were pierced to give additional light to the interior, and the great gable was adorned with rich invention from the ridge to the ground, each frieze and corbel and string course and moulding and capital and column receiving its appropriate embellishment. Nothing excessive or redundant has been admitted, but the dignified ornament and the bold expanses of bare wall space mutually help and enhance each other.

     The initiation of this great project was marked by an impressive service held on June 2nd. 1925—the twenty-first anniversary of the dedication of the Nave—when the Memorial Stone was laid by the Duke of Abercorn, Governor of Northern Ireland; and its successful accomplishment was celebrated at an even more beautiful service held on 2nd June, 1927, when Bishop Grierson dedicated the Portals and the Lord Primate preached.

     Coincident with this work, the Board also took into consideration the completion of the interior carving of the building, and especially the carving of the Capitals of the nave columns and responds. There are ten of these Capitals, and it was decided to have them carved to typify the various occupations and pursuits of men, so that there might be shown and emphasised the close relation that should exist between the building and every aspect and exertion of human life. There are four responds, or half-columns, at the east and west ends of the nave, and these were designed to represent the four Cardinal Virtues of Wisdom, Courage, Temperance and Justice. By these virtues the Cathedral should be buttressed, and in the building, eventually. "All sorts and conditions of men"—the shipbuilder, the spinner, the engineer, the sailor, the doctor, the farmer, the statesman, the divine. the musician—should find their work embodied and typified by the pillars that support it. It was hoped, too, that these pillars might both symbolise and honour the calling that they represent, and serve to bring to mind some of the great men of our City and Province who honoured that calling. The Cathedral should be emblematical of all the noble work and labour of the people whose church it is, and should enshrine the memory of those whose work and labour in their lifetime helped to bring comfort or happiness or health to their fellow men.

     Initiating this inspiring and unique conception, the late Mr. Henry I. Johns had some years previously completed a pillar representing the first of all human pursuits—the tilling of the ground—and Mrs. Napier had presented the Respond of Courage, in memory of her son, Lieutenant Jonathan Napier. The scheme had then been suspended, with other activities, owing to the inflation of prices caused by the war, but when it was taken up again and its beauty and symbolism explained and illustrated it met with a most gratifying response, and may now be said to be completed. The difficulties of design and execution were formidable, but by the genius of Sir Charles Nicholson and the sculptor, Mr. Morris Harding. they have been most happily overcome, and the result is a series of pictorial capitals unique, so far as my experience of sculpture is concerned, each one real, individual, and arresting, a veritable sermon in stone. Enumerating them in their order from West to East, there are on the North side the Respond of Courage in memory of Lieutenant Napier, the Pillar of Science in memory of Professor Andrews, the Pillar of Commerce in memory of Mr. Herbert Ewart, the Pillar of Healing in memory of Sir J. Walton Browne. the Pillar of Agriculture in memory of Miss Johns, the Pillar of Music in memory of Mr. Isaac Nicholl, and the Respond of Justice, presented by the Recorder of Belfast; while on the south side are the Respond of Wisdom, in memory of the Rev. Josias V. Shearman, the Pillar of Women, presented by Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Travers, the Pillar of Art in memory of Mr. George J. Preston, a munificent giver to the Building Fund; The Pillar of Masonry, presented by the Freemasons of the Province, through Sir Robert and Major Baird; the Pillar of Shipbuilding, and the Pillar of Theology in memory of Dr. R. Kyle Knox, one of the founders of the Cathedral.

     Over each of these capitals there is a corbel, forming the termination of the hood moulding of the nave arches, and these it was decided to carve to represent the heads of some of the great worthies of the Irish Church. Every church—indeed, every human organisation—likes to look back and call to mind the great men of its past. All denominations of Christians have a common pride in the great men of the Scriptures, and each has as well its own individual affection for the outstanding men of its branch of the Christian Church. So it seemed desirable that in the decoration of this Cathedral there should be something to remind us of the men who helped to make and sustain the Church of Ireland, and to show that, labouring though they did in widely separated parts of our island, and in other days than ours, we like to claim them as fellow-workers, and are proud of their fame; and so it is that in the outer tympanum over the central door you may see among the Saints surrounding Christ in his glory, Patrick, Columba, and Columbanus, Colman and Comgall (three of whom were very closely connected with this diocese), and on these interior corbels you will find Jeremy Taylor, George Salmon, Archbishop King, Henry Stewart O'Hara, Berkeley, Cecil Francis Alexander, William Alexander, Percy, Bedell, and Archbishop Ussher—worthies of whom any Church might be proud. To complete this section of the decoration there were also carved at this time on the corners of the nave the three Archangels Michael, Gabriel, and Uriel, while the fourth, Raphael, now awaits a donor.

     The dedication of these gifts took place in succession during the years 1927-8-9, and during the same period the Choir, inspired by the rare beauty of the mosaics in the Baptistery, presented a further specimen of that exquisite art in memory of those of their number who fell in the war. It was placed on the inner tympanum of the centre door, and took the appropriate form of a group of angels singing a Te Deum.

     The completion of the West front included, as has been said above, the piercing of two rose windows, opening into the North and South aisles. Gifts of these were soon forthcoming in the shape of two very beautiful specimens of the art of Mr. Archibald Nicholson, in which the symbolism of Sacrifice and Victory associated with the porches was continued by representations of Moses lifting up the serpent in the wilderness and of Jonah arising from the sea.

     With all this work accomplished, or in progress, little remained to do by way of beautifying the existing nave, but one most important part still awaited its donor—the Floor. This had necessarily been left uncompleted when the nave was built, and had indeed remained so long in its state of rough concrete that most people had ceased to think of it as unfinished. But the Board had not lost sight of the necessity for completing it, and received with the deepest gratitude the offer of Mr. J. Milne Barbour to furnish it with a pavement as a memorial to his wife. He made no conditions, save that it should be appropriate to the building, should be the best of its kind, and should, if possible, be made of Irish materials. Bearing these considerations in mind, the Board consulted with their architect, and after long and careful debate and consideration, a design was ultimately selected which combines in a high degree the requirements of suitability, comfort, durability, and beauty. As befits tile large scale of the building and the broad type of ornament it demands, the material chosen for the portion not occupied by chairs was slabs of marble, rather than tiles, while the comfort of the congregation was studied by paving in wood the portion they stand on. The material selected for this, accordingly, was Canadian maple, specially selected and seasoned. For the aisles, the western bay and the upper portion of the eastern bay, the stone chosen was Irish marble—black from Kilkenny and Galway, white from Recess. Dunlewy. and Clifden. red from Cork. From these contrasted colours a design has been constructed both interesting in its details and when looked at as a whole. In the side aisles large panels of red are bordered with white and black and separated from each other by geometrical patterns of circular form—one opposite each pillar each one different in design. In the centre aisle and in the eastern bay bands of black, red and white enclosing similar panels of red form the background for other geometrical patterns of greater size and elaboration, all of which will well repay careful study, while the space opposite the west door is covered with an intricate maze in black and white, typifying the difficulties of the pilgrimage to grace. In the result we may safely claim to have here one of the most notable pavements laid in any modern building in these countries. This splendid gift was consecrated at a service held on Thursday, May 9th, 1929.

     Latest of the gifts to be here recorded is the offering of a magnificent pair of bronze doors for the outer porches of the West front. These are being presented in memory of the late Mr. James Gallaher, and the designs, which are now under consideration, give promise that they will be in every way worthy of the portals which they are to adorn.

     If, for convenience sake, we add the cost of these to the other expenditure, we find that up to the present there has been paid, or contracted to be paid, in connection with the building a sum of over 90,000—an immense amount. and yet only a fraction of what the completed undertaking will cost. When the original design was adopted it was estimated that it should be completed for about 100,000, but the great calamity of the War made all such forecasts out of date by multiplying the cost of building by three, and now one hesitates to name a figure for the remaining sections, which will sooner or later be undertaken. It may well be realised that the raising of this great sum of 90,000 within thirty years—many of them years of grave National danger and civil strife—was not accomplished without the most strenuous efforts and the most serious anxiety on the part of those who had the responsibility for it; nothing but the most unflinching courage and the firmest faith could have supported them. Of late years they were much assisted by the most generous bequest of the late Mr. George Johnson-Preston, and on the strength of this felt justified in incurring an overdraft of some 7,000, which still remains outstanding.

     All this time the Board did not lose sight of the necessity of doing what in them lay to improve the site and render it more suitable for the accommodation and display of the stately building which is growing up on it, and with this object they took occasion from time to time to acquire portions of the surrounding property.

     By the kindness of some generous Churchmen, who made loans for this purpose free of interest, they have been able to finance these purchases without making any public appeals for funds, the rents of the properties acquired being applied by way of sinking fund to liquidate the loans. In this way they have now acquired the freehold of the houses in Academy Street and Talbot Street, bounding the original site of the Parish Church, from Donegall Street to the rear of that original site. Sums amounting in all to 6,369 still remain outstanding on these loans, but when these have been discharged and the existing leases have been terminated it will be possible to throw open the whole space lying between these streets. Only then, we may say, will it be possible to realise fully what a magnificent addition to the city's architecture we have in the Cathedral.

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St. Anne's Cathedral

Dedication of Nave, 2nd June, 1904     photo A. E. Hogg

The Baptistery

Dedication of West Front, 2nd June 1927

Range of Pillars   photo A. E. Hogg

The Pillars of Art

     To facilitate the management of financial transactions so large and intricate, and to put upon a sound and businesslike basis the future control of properties and undertakings so extensive, it was found advisable to have the undertaking incorporated as a company under the Acts of Parliament regulating such bodies, and, accordingly, on the 9th August, 1928, the Association was incorporated under the name of "The Board of the Cathedral of St. Anne, Belfast," and thereupon all the properties and investments held in connection with the Cathedral were transferred to such corporation.

     It remains only to say a few words about the future developments of the undertaking, what should be done next, and how to set about it. Perhaps the most feasible at present of all that might be suggested would be the completion of the West end by building the little chapel which the design places opposite the baptistery. This would be relatively a small matter, though it might call for an expenditure of four or five thousand pounds. A very beautiful design has been outlined which would provide on the floor level a small chapel for use in private devotions and for occasional services, and above this a room which might serve for the Library or Treasury, which the growing history of the building so urgently requires. The building might also contain a record of the names of those whose monuments were placed in old St. Anne's, and so form a Memorial Chapel, linking up in the closest way the old foundation and the new.

     More important and urgent, far, but of course also more far-reaching and onerous, would be the completion of the East end by adding the Transepts, the Apse, the Organ Chamber, and the Vestries. This is the real work of the future— be it of the near future or the distant future— both architecturally, for till that is done we cannot see the building as it should be; and spiritually, for without it the work of the Cathedral is every day hampered; but the outlay involved would be so extensive that it could hardly be undertaken unless at least 50,000 were in view. A large sum, but not an impossible one - not even out of the reach of am individual donor.

     I suppose Sir Benjamin Lee Guinness expended more on St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, and Henry Roe cm Christ Church Cathedral. The need here is as great, and the promise is even greater. The crowded congregations clamouring for more room show the need and show the promise, too, because where there is life there is hope. Here is life, eager, vigorous, life, life well worth helping, and who can doubt that sooner or later the helper will appear.

     This, at any rate, may be said. Here is one of the greatest pieces of construction work undertaken by the Church of Ireland since Disestablishment. It has been well begun, for it has been planned spaciously and with practical foresight; it has been well carried out, for it has been built to endure for ages; it has proved that a Cathedral in Belfast was needed, and, better still, the need has grown with the building and now demands more building still. If only the builders are strong in Faith and in Patience, it cannot be that a need so urgent will not be satisfied.

Tale (Table?)of Gifts presented from the date of Foundation, 6th Sept., 1899, up to 2nd June, 1929

Gift

Paving of Precinct, Erection of Steps and Iron Gates and Piers

Plot of Ground between the Church ground and West side of Talbot Street, formerly known as Braithwaite's Posting Establishment

Leaden Box to hold the Papers deposited under the Foundation Stone

Current Coins of the Realm, placed in Leaden Box

Pillar - West front

The Tympanum of Peace
 

The Tympanum of Self-Sacrifice
 

Bronze Doors
 

Windows

Three, West End: Subject - Building of Solomon's Temple

Subject - Joseph
 

Subject - Joshua
 

Subject - Moses
 

Subject - Abraham
 

Subject - Samuel
 

Subject - Daniel
 

Subject - Nehemiah

 

Subject - Gideon


 

Subject - Jonathan

 

Rose Window

Rose Window

Mosaic Tympanum

 

The Floor of the Nave
 

Carving

North Porch

South Porch
 

Nave.
Respond - Justice
 

Corbel - St. Michael

Capital of Music and Corbel - Bishop Jeremy Taylor

Capital of Agriculture
 

Corbel - George Salmon

Capital of Healing

 

Corbel - Archbishop William King

Capital of Industry
and
Corbel - Bishop Henry Stewart O'Hara

Capital of Science
and
Corbel - Bishop George Berkeley


 

Respond - Courage
 

Corbel - The Archangel Gabriel

Respond - Wisdom
and
Corbel - The Archangel Uriel
 

Capital of Womanhood
and
Corbel - Frances Alexander

The Arts Pillar
and
Corbel - Primate Alexander

Pillars at Entrance to Baptistery
 

Pillars at Eastern end of North Aisle
 

Carving to be Executed:-
Capital of Theology

Corbel - Archbishop Ussher
 

Two Stops or Corbels, North-east Arch

The Baptistery

Baptistery

Windows
 

Mosiacs in the Dome
 

Frieze

Angel at East end of Frieze

Angel at West end of Frieze

Angels at end of String Course

The Central Figure

The Front
 

Front Ewer

The Bench
 

Ten Pillars, in order from East to West:-

   1. Anne

   2. Anne

   3. Mary
 

   4. Mary
 

   5. Mary
 

   6. Brigid
 

   7. Columba

   8. Patrick

   9. John



 

10. John
 

Equipment and

The Holy Table




 

The Pulpit

The Lectern
 

The Rostrum

The Organ















 

Mace or Verge

Mace or Verge

Hymn Boards on West Wall

South Aisle Sanctuary
 

Crochet Work for Linen Table Cloth

Oak Lectern and Case
 

Antique Chair

Dean's Chair

Miscellaneous

Anthem Books for use of Choir

Bound Volumes containing St. Anne's Church and Cathedral Board Reports for years 1895-1914

Choir Boys' Cup

Short History of St. Anne's Parish, by F. J. Bigger, and of the Cathedral, by Judge Thompson

Prayer Book and Hymn Books

Books containing the names of Irish Soldiers who fell in the Great War

Linen for Choir Boys' Surplices

Series of Photographs of Bishops of Down and Connor and Dromore and of Deans of Belfast since laying of Foundation Stone of the Cathedral

Framed Photograph, Laying of Foundation Stone of Nave

Frames Photographs, Bishops and Clergy attending Service of Consecration of Nave, Dedication of Crossing, and Laying of First Stone of Western Facade

Frames Photographs (series of 12), Dedication of West Front

Framed Photographs taken at Armagh after Service of Consecration of the Bishop of Meath

Donor

Rev. William Wallace, D.D.


The Earl of Shaftesbury


 

Rev. H. R. Brett
 

Rev. H. R. Brett
 

The Dowager Marchioness of Dufferin

Mrs. Laverty and Miss Laverty, in memory of William Laverty

His parents, in memory of Lawford Burns Campbell

The gift of his family in memory of Mr. and Mrs. James Gallaher

 Windows

William Henry Lynn, R.H.A.
 

Sir Daniel Dixon in memory of his brother

Mr. Robert Henry Sturrock Reade, D.L., in memory of his son

Erected by public subscription, in memory of Dean Seaver

The Dean and Chapter, in memory of Bishop Welland

Erected by friends, in memory of Rev. W. S. Darley

Erected by his family, in memory of Henry Sturrock Reade, D.L.

Erected by William Eccles, of Larne, in memory of William Henry Lynn, R.H.A.

Erected by the Staff of the Belfast Banking Company in memory of members of the Staff who gave their lives in the Great War

In memory of the members of the Queen's Island Unionist Club who laid down their lives in the Great War

The Dean and Mrs. Brett

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Ferrar

The Cathedra; Choirs, in memory of their members who gave their lives in the Great War

Mr. J. Milne Barbour, in remembrance of Elsie Milne Barbour

Carving

Elizabeth Guy

Andrew Clendinning, in memory of his wife Alicia Essie


Mr. Herbert Marshall Thompson, Recorder of Belfast

Mrs. Herbert M. Thompson

Mrs. Nicholl and family, in memory of Isaac Waugh Nicholl

Mr. Henry I. Johns, in memory of Maria Noy Johns

The Lord Bishop of Down

Mrs. Dorothy Young, in memory of her father, Sit John Walton Browne, M.D., LL.D., D.L.

His Grace the Archbishop of Dublin

Mrs. Ewart and family, in memory of George Herbert Ewart

 

The Misses Andrews, in memory of Thomas Andrews, M.D., LL.D., D.Sc., F.R.S., Vice-President of the Queen's College, Belfast, 1845-1879 Professor of Chemistry, and of his wife, Jane Hardie Andrews

His mother's gift, in memory of 2nd Lieut. Jonathan Napier, K.O.Y.L.I.

Rev. Donald Moore

The Misses Shearman, in memory of Josiah Nicholson Shearman, his wife Susan Mary, and their son Josiah Francis

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Travers

 

Mr. Samuel W. Knox, in memory of his father, Dr. R. Kyle Knox
 

Her sisters, in memory of Evelyn Annie Ward

Andrew and Alicia Clendinning, in memory of Samuel D. Barrett

The Board, in memory of George Johnson Preston

His Grace, the Primate and Mrs. D'Arcy

Miss E. Kilpatrick, in memory of her mother

The Baptistery

The Cathedral Guild

Granby Higinbotham, in loving memory of Harriette Higinbotham

Olivia Moore, in memory of her father, Granby Higinbotham

Some lovers of beauty

Lizzie Moore

In memory of E.M.D.

In memory of Annie Richardson Smith

Rosamund Praeger

Sunday Schools of the Diocese and Children baptized in St. Anne's

Dean Collins

His family, in memory of Robert Gamble, first Verger of the Cathedral


 

Annie Coates

Annie Taylor

The Diocesan Girls' Friendly Society, in memory of Mary Townsend

The Diocesan Girls' Friendly Society, in memory of Mary Townsend

The Diocesan Mothers' Union, in memory of Mary Sumner

The Church of Ireland Women Workers' Society

Edith Dixon

Ellen Ferguson

The Cathedral Branch of the Girls' Friendly Society, in memory of John Joseph Robinson, Dean, and of James Albert Carey, Minor Canon of the Cathedral

The Cathedral Branch of the Mothers' Union

Furnishings

John Gardner Brown, M.A., and his family, in memory of his grandfather, John Brown, Esq., of Peter's Hill and Solitude, and of his father, John Brown, M.A., sometime Curate of St. Anne's

The Dean and Chapter of Westminster

Mr. Samuel A. Johnston in memory of his daughter Ruth

Mr. Samuel A. Johnston

Miss Penelope Andrews
Mr. John Atkinson
The Cathedral Orchestra
Mr. A. Carnegie
Mr. Edward O'Rorke Dickey
Mr. E. M. O'Rorke Dickey
Mr. Richard Ewart
Sir William Quartus Ewart, Bart.
Mr. G. Herbert Ewart
Mr. Edwin Hughes
Mr. Granby Higinbotham
Mr. W. J. Jackson
Mr. H. I. Johns
Miss McMann
Mr. I. W. Nicholl
Mrs. Riddell
Rev. Joseph A. Stewart

The Bishop of Cashel

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Ferrar

Mr. Samuel A. Johnston

Funds collected by Mr. R. Garrett Campbell

Miss Berwick

the 36th (Ulster) Division Ex-Officers' (Old Comrades') Association

Mr. Stanley M. Wright

The Dean (Very Rev. H. R. Brett)

Gifts

Mr. Alexander Baird Wilson

Mr. R. Garrett Campbell

 

Mr. Granby Higinbotham

Mr. Herbert M. Thompson

 

Lady Dixon

The Irish War Memorial Committee
 

Mr. A. E. Taylor

Mr. Edwin Hughes


 

Judge Thompson
 

Mr. William Abernethy



 

Proprietors of the Belfast Telegraph
 

Mr. Hugh Smylie

 

Belfast Cathedral Guild

     The Guild is a body of men and women who desire to help forward the completion of Belfast Cathedral. Its objects are to interest others in the Cathedral and increase the funds available towards its completion.

     Everyone who realizes the importance of having a great Cathedral in Belfast, and of making it a worthy symbol of our union and our faith, is invited to join the Guild, either as Member, Associate or Helper. Members subscribe annually 1, Associates 10/-, and Helpers 5/-. Names of persons wishing to join the Guild will be gladly received by the Dean.

     Subscriptions from ladies should be sent to Mrs. Finlay, Wolfhill, Ligoniel, Belfast; and subscriptions from men to Mr. George McNeice, Midland Bank, Castle Place, Belfast