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The Derry and Antrim Year Book

1965

STREET DIRECTORIES TRANSCRIBED
1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1868 - 1877 - 1880 - 1890 - 1894
1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1909 - 1910 - 1912 - 1918 - 1924 - 1932 - 1939 - 1943 - 1947 - 1951 - 1960
1913 Tel. directory    1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)   1894 Waterford Directory
1898 Newry Directory      Bangor Spectator Directory 1970

1965 Calendar and Notable Events
Petty Sessions Districts

Index for 1965    Calendar etc.    next - Counties    Towns & Villages
Photographs 1    Photographs 2    Photographs 3    Advertisements

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The Derry and Antrim Year Book first published, 1899
Miss Amelia Ross, aged 117, died at Limavady, 1859
Archbishop Ussher born, 1581
Night of the "Big Wind," 1839
Most Rev. Dr. O'Kane, Garvagh, R.C. Bishop of Derry, died 1939
J. Doherty & A. Millar (pilots) & H. Doherty, Portstewart, drowned 1923
Old Christmas Day
Limavady Public Elementary School opened, 1931
Death of Rev. Dr. Field, Dervock, 1904
Margaret J. Freeman accidentally shot at Coleraine, 1918
600 Scots defeated by Irish at The Cross, Ballymoney, 1642
J. F. Nevin, first person in Coleraine killed by motor-car, 1912
Miss Mary Hatty, Clougher S., Bushmills, murdered, 1960
Rev. Canon Ross, Limavady, died, 1891
Last Irish Parliament met, 1800
Coleraine streets first lit by electricity, 1955
Lt. N. B. Clark, Upperlands, killed in bombing accident, 1946
Body of woman found in stream at Ballysally, Coleraine, 1936
Major J. A. Ritter, R.A., Roe Park, Limavady, died, 1931
New motor-car, first in Rathlin Island, delivered 1955
Six people named Derry died in sleighing accident at Kilrea, 1952
A. Johnston, Aughagaskin, "walked" on 82 12th's, died, 1955
Alderman D. H. Christie elected first Mayor of Coleraine in 1929
Thomas Moore, famous Irish poet, died, 1852
Laura and Evelyn McMullan, two sisters, killed in Ballycastle, 1953
Robert Burns, born, 1759
Moira O'Neill, famous Irish poetess, died, aged 90, 1955
Sunday Schools established, 1782
Great snowstorm in Ulster, 1895
Last journey of the Portstewart tram, 1926
Loss of the Princess Victoria, 128 perished, 1953
 

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February

Upperlands British Legion Clubrooms opened, 1954
James Brown, station master, Armoy, fatally stabbed, 1906
Funeral of Nurse McMullan, Garvagh (lost on Princess Victoria), 1953
George Logan, Portstewart, fatally injured, 1932
Funeral of John Wilton, Portstewart (lost on P. Victoria), 1953
Peter Doherty, Coleraine - First International "cap," 1935
H. G. Murdock, Coleraine, fatally injured in motor accident, 1955
Andrew Doey, Dunloy, Ulster scholar, died, 1943
Dr. Stone, first man to be buried in Coleraine Cemetery, 1877
Coleraine Town Hall opened, 1859
Ballymoney Agricultural Society formed, 1788
Waxwings (birds from Arctic zones) seen in Coleraine, 1947
Big frost in Ulster: River Bann frozen over at Coleraine, 1947
Very Rev. Canon Quinn, P.P., Magherafelt, died, 1925
Barony of Coleraine revived, 1954
New Town Hall opened at Ballymoney, 1934
Rev. J. W. D. Freeman, Coleraine Baptist Church, died 1940
Mr. Thomas Taggart, LL.D., Ballymoney, died, 1945
A. G. J. Cairns, R.A.F., Stranocum, lost over Germany, 1944
William of Orange proclaimed King in Derry, 1690
H. A. Maxwell, Coleraine, Master of Route Hunt, died, 1953
Alderman S. Stirling, Mayor of Coleraine, died, 1943
Lady Boyd, Ballycastle, died, 1890
Rev. J. H. Carson, ordained in Limavady, 1925
Two escaped German P.O.W. recaptured in Coleraine, 1944
Rev. Professor Robinson, native of Garvagh, died, 1902
James Butler, his wife and son, killed at Ballycastle, 1902
Captain W/ McGrath, D.S.O., Coleraine, killed in Middle East, 1943

 

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March

Ballycastle Branch of Ulster Bank raided, 1922
Trawler wrecked at Rathlin Island; 14 lives saved, 1930
Limavady Memorial Institute opened, 1922
Flt.-Lt. S. Kincaid, D.S.O., Ballykelly, killed in seaplane accident, 1928
Robert Logan, farmer, drowned at Swateragh, 1916
Rev. R. Moore ordained minister at Ringsend, 1912
John Redmond died, 1918
Fishing boat with three men lost off Ramore, Portrush, 1874
William Brown, "Hermit of Seapark," Portstewart, died, 1940
Total of 12 people killed in week of rioting in Belfast, 1922
H. A. Macauley, solicitor, Coleraine, died 1926
Sir Alexander Fleming, discover of Penicillin, died, 1956
D. Dobbin, Ballyclough, Bushmills, killed in tractor accident, 1955
T. Dorrans, Priestland, killed by explosion at his home, 1944
Lily Lee, Portrush, awarded R.H.S. certificate for life-saving, 1931
Elizabeth Wilson, Killowen, Coleraine, died, aged 100, 1929
St. Patrick's Day
Reformed Presbyterian Church, Limavady, opened, 1889
W. Berryman and wife murdered at Tirkeeran, Garvagh, 1908
Dr. J. L. Nevin, Ballymoney, died, 1942
Lundy visited Coleraine, 1689
Rev. James O'Hara appointed Rector of Coleraine, 1848
Murder of Margaret Miller, a Coleraine girl, in Derry, 1876
Rev. C. Orr, B.A., LL.D., installed minister of 1st Ballymoney, 1934
Coleraine new markets opened, 1830
D. Robertson, Canadian Orangeman (formerly of Bellaghy), died 1949
J. Baxter, J.P., Ballymoney, died 1918
Largy L.O.L. New Orange Hall opened, 1954
Limavady market buildings burned, 1921
G.-Cpt. F. V. Beamish, R.A.F., Coleraine, Battle of Britain hero, lost, 1942
First bank opened at Ballymoney, 1834

 

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First golf competition at Portrush, 1888
Laurence's Flour Mills, Coleraine, destroyed by fire, 1876
Attempt to blow up bridge over Moyola at Tobermore, 1921
Last Parliamentary election for Borough of Coleraine, 1880
James McCready, bread server, Coleraine, fatally injured, 1923
Coleraine Olympic F.C. won Irish Junior Cup, 1927
James Lowry found dead in stream near Portrush, 1896
Alex. Mackinnon, Ballintoy, died at age of 104, 1903
Robert and Reginald Lee, drowned from canoe, Portrush, 1931
Douglas McKinstry, jun., Coleraine, died at Karachi, 1953
Sir Thomas Lecky, Limavady, died, 1907
Yuri Gargarin, first man into space, 1961
Mr. W. J. G. Seeds, solicitor, Limavady, died, 1950
First golf competition at Portrush, 1888
M. Wright, Coleraine, killed in Belfast air-raid, 1941
Elkin family of four (P'rush) wiped out in Belfast air-raid, 1941
Douglas McKinstry, sen., Coleraine, killed at Magilligan, 1927
Easter Sunday
Portrush Orange Hall opened by Lady Anderson, 1927
Building of Agivey Bridge completed, 1834
Two-year-old Ellen Davis, Loughanreagh, killed by passing train, 1944
James McGrotty drowned at Coleraine, 1891
Asphyxiating gas first used by German forces, 1915
Sinn Fein Rebellion in Ireland, 1916
Samuel Moore Alexander, Portstewart, died, 1944
Lt. D. McGrath, R.U.R., Coleraine, killed, Western Europe, 1945
Rev. Prof. Houston, Ballyclabber, Coleraine, died, 1910
St. Patrick's Church, Coleraine, re-opened, 1891
Crimean War ended, 1856
Coleraine garrison and people flee to Derry Walls, 1689

 

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Lyle Gardner murdered at Ballyhivistock, Dervock, 1894
E. M. P. G. Boyle, solicitor, Limavady, died, 1925
First office-bearers appointed for Portstewart new golf club, 1895
Beginning of the laying out of Union Street, Coleraine, 1883
Mrs. Woodhouse, her son and niece drowned at Portrush, 1895
Four policemen shot dead in South Derry, 1922
Jill Irwin, four-year-old Coleraine child, murdered, 1952
Inquest on Sarah and J. Freeman, drowned, Loughan, 1935
Banshee, first steel-screw steamer, registered at Coleraine, 1895
Shane O'Neill defeated Antrim Scots near Ballycastle, 1585
Rev. Dr. Cooke born near Maghera, 1788
W. Mullan, Limavady, died from injury received in accident, 1929
Three brothers named McKeown shot near Belfast, 1922
Portrait of Miss Ranken presented to Coleraine Cafe, 1893
10th Batt. (Ulster Division) camped in Anderson Park, Coleraine, 1915
Daniel O'Connell, died, 1847
Fusilier R. (Bertie) Walls, R.I.F., Coleraine, killed in action, 1944
William O'Kane, solicitor, Garvagh, died 1954
Rt. Hon. W. Massey. New Zealand Premier (native of Limavady) died 1925
R.Q.M.S. Berry and Mrs. Berry fatally injured at Eglinton, 1929
Free schools opened by the Irish Society in Coleraine, 1705
Two Aiken sisters murdered at Sherry East, Ballymena, 1931
Sarah and Maggie Macauley, Armoy, murdered, 1928
B. B. Shearer, Portrush, lost in H.M.S. Hood, 1941
Mrs. Cromie died at the Castle Portstewart, 1905
Mary Ann Donnelly, drowned in Bann near Ballymoney, 1894
T. B. Magee, Portrush, killed in motor accident in Derry, 1952
Rev. R. H. Wilson installed at Ballymoney, 1912
C.P.O. James Fleming, Articlave, died at Plymouth, 1925
Portstewart Town Hall completed, 1935
Rebel victory at Wexford, 1798

 

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E. Murray shot J. H. Lawlor at Ballymena, 1889
Sam Henry, Coleraine, Ulster folklorist and writer, died, 1952
Queen Elizabeth II, crowned, 1953
Everest climbed by Hillary and Tensing, 1953
Four crew members killed in explosion on boat at Coleraine Harbour, 1927
Castlerock Orange Hall opened, 1937
Major R. M. Anketell, Ballycastle, died on active service, 1944
Great revival meeting in the Fair Hill, Coleraine, 1859
Alex. McLaughlin, Craigs, kicked to death by horse, 1913
Presbyterian Church constituted at Carrickfergus, 1642
Foundation stone of Coleraine Masonic Hall laid, 1886
Flying Officer A. A. McMath, Ballinteer, killed, 1937
James Young drowned at Portrush, 1907
Capt. Cunningham (H.M.S. Rodney) named Rodney Street, Portrush, 1930
Wm. C. Gage, J.P., Ballykelly, died, 1882
Margaret McCaw, Bushmills, killed in cycle accident, 1918
Lt. W. B. Lane, Ardgarvin, Limavady, died in the Middle East, 1943
New clubhouse opened at Portstewart Old Golf Course, 1931
Death of Sir R. A. Taylor, Coleraine, 1902
Dr. Joseph McGlade, Coleraine, died, 1950
Longest Day
Fusilier J. C. Nelson, R.I.F., Upperlands, killed in Italy, 1944
Northern Ireland Parliament opened by King George V, 1921
C.M.S. T. Gordon, R.I.F., Killyrammer, Ballymoney, killed in Italy, 1944
Three men shot in riots in Cushendall, 1922
Francis McKinley, Conagher, executed at Coleraine, 1798
Frederick W. Young, Coleraine, accidentally shot, 1950
Foundation stone Ballyquin Orange Hall laid, 1912
Dr. J. C. Mant Martin, Portrush, died, 1943
Charter of Incorporation granted to Coleraine, 1613

 

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Death of Daniel Taylor, one time M.P. for Coleraine, 1889
Battle of the Somme, 1916
Pte. R. Quigg, R.I.R., awarded V.C. for gallantry, Battle of Somme, 1916
Queen Elizabeth II. visited Coleraine, 1953
F. Daly, Portrush (Balmoral), British Open Golf Champion, 1947
Miss A. Scott, Coleraine, died, aged 107, 1942
Martha Rogers fatally shot at Ballymoney, 1924
British "Open" played at Portrush, 1951 (M. Faulkner - 285)
Wm. Kerr and Wm. Dunlop, executed at Coleraine, 1798
Stella Doherty, Coleraine, aged 20, killed in accident, 1952
First meeting of General Assembly of Irish Presbyterian Church, 1840
Last meeting of old Corporation of Coleraine, 1846
Last South Derry 12th attended by Coleraine District, 1949
T. Glenn, noted B.R.C. coxwain and youth leader, died, 1948 (coxswain)
Opening of new Presbyterian Church at Ballywillan, 1889
T. Johnston, Fallaghloon, fatally injured, 1913
Victory of Mountjoy at Benburb, 1601
J. Hewitt, Portrush, survivor of Charge of the Light Brigade, died, 1926
Dr. R. N. Martin and Miss E. Young, Coleraine, killed in accident, 1947
Ireland declared independent, 1689
Royal Portrush Championship Golf Course opened, 1933
C. McClintock killed diving at Portrush Harbour, 1913
Const. T. H. Osborough, Castledawson, found shot dead in woods, 1944
Jane Austin, died, 1817
Blierot first to cross English Channel in aeroplane, 1909
Rev. M. Conneery, P.P., St. John's, Killowen, Coleraine, died, 1940
Atlantic cable laid, 1866
Mrs. H. Hemphill, Portstewart, fatally injured, 1945
Boom across Foyle broken and siege of Derry ended, 1689
Dominick Wilson, Desertmartin, shot dead, 1922
J. McGowan, Portstewart, drowned in boating accident, 1948

 

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Thomas McAfee, J.P., Currysisken, died, 1925
Opening of Portrush Town Hall, 1872
Men named Malloon and Leddy drowned at Portstewart, 1913
Roger Casement executed for high treason, 1916
"Star of the Sea2 R.C. Church, Portstewart, dedicated, 1895
D. K. Maguire, Coleraine, noted Irish scholar, died, 1956
Canon L. V. Uprichard, Rector of Coleraine, died, 1959
John McNeill, M.A., Coleraine, Irish educationalist, died, 1954
Battle of Britain commenced, 1940
Wm. Smylie, Armoy, murderer, executed at Belfast, 1928
John A. Simpson, Coleraine, noted B.R.C. oarsman, died, 1935
Charles Lever appointed dispensary doctor at Portstewart, 1832

Apprentice Boys' of Derry celebration date
Gordon Dickson (20), Coleraine, drowned at Barmouth, 1950
V. J. Day (V.E. Day, May 8), 1945
First sod of St. Malachy's new church, Coleraine, cut, 1935
Andw. (Drew) Smith, R.A.F., Coleraine, killed, air operation, 1942
Mercedes Gleitz swam from Greencastle to Portstewart, 1929
W. McClean, Ballymoney, international bowler, died, 1954
Golden Eagle and young in nest at Fair Head, 1954
Catherine McFall found dead on rocks at Ballycastle, 1896
Michael Collins killed in ambush near Bandon, 1922
W. O. J. Graham, R.A.F.V.R., Garvagh, awarded D.F.C., 1944
Mick Laycock, Coleraine, fought under Nelson, died, 103, 1857
Great cloudburst in Coleraine and district, 1960
Ould Lammas Fair at Ballycastle
Battle of Norsemen and Irish at White Rocks, Portrush, 1002? (1902?)
Thomas Carlyle visited Portrush, 1849
Edith Young crushed to death by train, Ballycastle, 1928
Derry Central Railway to Coleraine closed, 1950
Jas. Burnside, Chairman of Magherafelt R.D. Council, died, 1953

 

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Mr. & Mrs. T. Torrens, Ballymoney, drowned, Portstewart, 1955
Mails first carried from Belfast to Ballymena by rail, 1884
Flight of the Earls, 1607
Centenary of Portrush Lifeboat, September, 1960
Sir Walter Scott visited Portrush, 1814
J. McGuinness accidentally shot at Magilligan, 1901
Ted Stuart, Coleraine, fatally injured in Ulster Grand Prix, 1926
Const, G. A. Brown, R.U.C., Tullyhoe, Limavady, killed, 1939
T. Lamon, Coleraine's last night watchman, died, 1934
M. Stewart (17), Bushmills, killed in dumper accident, 1947
Edward McToal, Coleraine, accidentally killed, 1925
Ferry disaster on the Foyle; 16 men and a child drowned, 1891
Sergt. A. K. Shields, R.A.F., Maghera, killed in operations, 1944
Sorley Boy MacDonald ejected from Dunluce Castle, 1584
Driver Jean McCarron, A.T.S., Limavady, died, 1945
Alex. Herd won Professional Golf Championship at Portrush, 1895
Bruce Douglas, Coleraine, lost in one-man submarine, 1944
J. Fitzsimmons, Portrush, Irish Amateur Golf Champion, 1937
H. Clements, J.P., former Mayor of Coleraine, died, 1954
Ldg. Stkr. W. McIntyre, R.N., Portstewart, killed in action, 1942
Two brothers named Kenny drowned at Ballycastle, 1955
First Orange Lodge founded, 1795
First session of Northern Ireland Parliament opened, 1921
Dr. J. Cunningham, Portrush, crossed Atlantic in 5-ton yacht, 1957
Mrs. W. O'Kane, Garvagh, Ulster playwright, died, 1961
Great Orange parade, including Scottish brethren at Coleraine, 1954
Patricia Wylie (7), Coagh, brutally murdered, 1944
New Primary School opened at Millburn, Coleraine, 1956
Ulster Covenant signed, 1912
St. Adamnan, a native of Donegal, died, 703

 

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Col. McNeile and coachman drowned near Ballycastle, 1898
Rev. W. G. Davis, Coleraine Congregational Church, died, 1939
First Plantation settlers arrived in Coleraine, 1610
Dr. A. M. Adams, J.P., Garvagh, died, 1924
T. G. Houston, headmaster, Coleraine A. I., died, 1939
Warrant-Officer C. McLaughlin, Limavady, killed, 1944
F. Montgomery, Coleraine F.C., "capped" for Ireland, 1954
Bertie Johnston, Tirgarvil, lost in aircraft carrier, 1939
Wm. Orr, United Irishman, hanged at Carrickfergus, 1797
Consecration of Coleraine Cemetery, 1876
Daring I.R.A. raid on Omagh camp foiled, 1954
Magee College, Londonderry, opened, 1865
Maghera Presbyterian Church re-opened, 1934
Explosion at Coleraine Gasworks; man fatally injured, 1891
H. Crawford, R.A.F., Ballymoney, killed in flying operations, 1943
Mrs. C. F. Alexander, wife of Primate Alexander, died, 1895
Moneymore seized by Rebels, 1641
Dr. S. J. Hunter, vice-principal, Coleraine A. I., died, 1950
Thomas Rockesbe, Lord Justice, died in Coleraine Castle, 1856
M. McCool, Coleraine-born boxer, American champion, 1832
Salt Box, last house in N. Rampart, Coleraine, demolished, 1953
Dalriada School, Ballymoney, opened, 1937
Rev. H. M. Butler, Magilligan Presbyterian Church, died, aged 104, 1930
Sir William McCleery, D.L., Balnamore House, died, 1957
Desmond McConnell, R.A.F., killed in flying accident, 1941
Alice K. Baker, drowned at Portrush, 1925
Laird Liner "Rowan" sank in fog near Stranraer, 1921
Hugh Barr, Aghadowey, world's ploughing champion, 1954-55
Tamlagh-O'Crilly Primary School opened, 1952
T. L. Teevan, LL.B., died at Portstewart, 1954
J. McCandless, Coleraine, international footballer, died, 1940

 

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Body of Daniel McKenna discovered in sea at Portstewart, 1944
J. K. Conn, Drumslade, Coleraine, accidentally killed, 1950
Purchase of manor House, Coleraine, by Derry County Council, 1954
War Memorial Sports Pavilion, Coleraine A. I., opened, 1953
Flying Officer G. McClelland, Ballymoney, lost in action, 1944
Bushmills War Memorial Unveiled, 1921
First sod of B. & N.C. Railway cut near Whitehouse, 1845
Nancy Leighton, Kilrea, burned to death, 1899
Very Rev. B. Farrely, P.P., Ballymoney, died, 1907
Railway from Portrush to Ballymena opened, 1853
B. Peacock, Coleraine international, honoured by Glasgow Celtic, 1954 (unclear)
E. Field, Ballymoney, formerly R.G.M., R.G.A., died, 1935
Dr. K. O. Robertson, Dog Leap, Limavady, killed, 1935
James Thompson, mathematician, born, 1786
Alex. Wallis Clark, D.L., Ampertain, Upperlands, died, 1937
St. Patrick's Church. Coleraine, restored, 1885
Suez Canal opened, 1869
J. O. Quigg, R.A.F., Myroe, died in Jap prison camp, 1945
Rev. T. McIlroy, B.A., installed minister of Presbyterian Church, 1948
Willis Pollock (14), Coleraine, accidentally poisoned 1955
Henry O'Hara O'Neill, Portstewart, died, 1954
St. Mary's R.C. Church, Limavady, re-opened, 1909
Bus plunged down embankment, Ballycastle-Portrush route, 1954
Sister E. Fleck, R.M.N., S.R.N., lost at sea, 1947
John Knox died, 1572
Rev. N. M. Brown ordained at Drumachose, Limavady, 1845
Rev. Prof. J. Ramsey, LL.B., Ballymoney, died, 1954
Last mill water-wheel ceased to operate in Coleraine, 1954
L/Cpl. J. Scullion, R.I.F., drowned on active service, 1941
H. Hezlett, M.B., Coleraine, ordained medical missioner for India, 1934

 

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Town Commissioners first elected for Portrush, 1892
Sir William H. Macnaghten assassinated, 1841
First issue of the "Northern Constitution" published, 1875
Thomas Carlyle born, 1795
St. Patrick's Church, Coleraine, hit by cannon ball (marked x), 1688
Major E. Donnelly, Head Postmaster, Coleraine, died, 1939
Sir Charles E. Strong, Bart, Lizard Manor, died, 1939
Canon McLaverty, St. Malachy's, Coleraine, died 1950
J. Toner, a Kilrea boy, killed at Camus, Coleraine, 1896
M. J. Henry, J.P., Kilrea, died, 1947
E. McGinnis, Tirgarvil (soldier on leave), killed cycling, 1953
Rev. H. S. O'Hara, Bishop of Cashel, died at Coleraine, 1921
Sergt. J. Bell, R.A.F., Portrush, killed in air operations, 1944
Pte. J. McFadden, Coleraine, fatally injured at Armagh, 1918
R. Hayes, joiner, Coleraine, fatally injured in Ballymoney, 1955
Flt.-Lieut. A. Campbell, R.A.F., Limavady, died in flying accident, 1944
W. J. Megaw, J.P., Ballymoney, died, 1924
Thirteen Apprentice Boys of Derry shut the gates, 1688
Corn crop hutted at Coleraine farm, 1954
M. Murray and baby killed in motor accident near Coleraine, 1953
Sod cut for Chemstrand factory at Coleraine, 1956
Shortest Day
Rev. C. Lynd, first minister New Row Pres. Church, Coleraine, died 1751
A. McMullan, Carnside, Bushmills, accidentally killed, 1947
Christmas Day
Louis J. Walsh, Maghera, Ulster writer and playwright died, 1942
Hugh Morrison, Coleraine, died, aged 104, 1890
Three youths drowned skating in Mill Pond, Coleraine, 1859
Wm. Cochrane, Dundarave, Bushmills, killed in Middle East, 1942
J. McVey, J. Henry, J. Biggart burned to death, Dungiven, 1930
Sheila Gregg (18), Tobermore, drowned in Moyola River, 1961

Petty Sessions Districts
 

Name Petty Sessions Clerk
Ballycastle
Ballymena
Ballymoney
* Bushmills
Coleraine
* Cushendall
Dungiven
Garvagh
+ Glenarm
Kilrea
Limavady
Londonderry
Maghera
Magherafelt
Moneymore
Portrush
Toomebridge
Third Monday in month
1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Wednesday
Second and Fourth Monday
First Wednesday
1st, 2nd and 4th Friday
First Monday
Third Tuesday
Third Friday
First Friday
First Monday
Fourth Tuesday
Every Monday and Tuesday
Second Tuesday
Second & Fourth Wednesday
Third Friday
Third Wednesday
Second Monday
T. B. Gillis
G. C. M. Deacon
G. C. M. Deacon
T. B. Gillis
T. B. Gillis
A. White
M. S. Wilson
M. S. Wilson
A. White
M. S. Wilson
M. S. Wilson
W. J. B. Collins
J. W. Stewart
J. W. Stewart
F. A. Edgar
T. B. Gillis
G. N. Clarke

* This Court is held January, March, May, July, September, November only
+ This Court is held in January, March, April, May, June, July, September, October, December only