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The Antrim and Derry Year Book 1941
Bolerin Roman Catholic Church...the centenary of which was celebrated on 13th October 1940
Rev. J. H. Withers, B.A., B.D., and Mrs. Withers...
(LEFT) - Rev. David Esler, B.A., B.D....minister of
Maghera Presbyterian Church,
(RIGHT) - Mr. James L. M. Haire, M.A., B.D....son of
Professor Haire, M.A., B.D., Assembly's College, Belfast,
(LEFT) - Mr. Hugh C. Conn, B.A...son of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Conn, Drumslade, Coleraine,
(RIGHT) - Mr. T. H. Turbitt....vice principal of the
Hon. Irish Society's Boys' School, Coleraine,
William Spence, aged 17 years.....a member of 1st Jillmount Troop Boy Scouts,
S.S. Hawthorn....bound from Glasgow to Coleraine, which ran shore at Rockport, Cushendun, 26th January 1940
Mr. Patrick Dempsey, Kilrea...died 13th October 1940
Miss Kathleen Hutchinson, Drumagarner, Kilrea....fatally injured in a cycling accident, 15th December 1939
(LEFT) - Sir Charles E. Stronge, Bart, Lizard Manor, Aghadowey...H.M.I. for Co. Derry, died 5th December 1939
(RIGHT) - Mr. William Boyd, 52 Castle Street, Ballycastle...died 5th February 1940
Major E. Donnelly, M.C., Head Postmaster, Coleraine, died 6th December 1939
Alex. Mitchell, Culcrow....the oldest inhabitant of the Aghadowey district,
(LEFT) - Mr. John W. Stewart, J.P., Boghill, Coleraine, died 10th January 1940
(RIGHT) - Mr. Robert A. Thorpe, Limavady, died 5th January 1940
(LEFT) - Rev. M. Connery, P.P., St. John's, Killowen, Coleraine, died 26th July 1940
(RIGHT) - Rev. J. W. D. Freeman, pastor of Coleraine Baptist Church, died 17th February 1940
William Brown, the "hermit of Seapark,"
Mr. James Ross, a respected resident of Portstewart, died 7th May 1940
First-class Aircraftman Robert Lawrence Millar,
Rev. P. Devine, appointed Parish Priest of St. John's, Coleraine, August 1940
- Mr. W. H. C. Galt, a native of Coleraine, and a former member of Coleraine
(RIGHT) - Mr.
John McCandless, a well-known Coleraine and international footballer,
Arrival of the Cross-Channel Steamer at Portrush, summer 1904
and finally - The last Stage Coach passing Macosquin.