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Seven children who made their first Holy Communion in St. Mary's R.C.
Church, Dunboe, May 16, 1964
The Magherafelt District R.U.C. annual dance was held in the Johnston Hall,
Magherafelt, January 24, 1964. The photograph is of the organising committee
and their wives. In the centre is District Inspector E. Woods, chairman
Pictured following the institution of the Rev. Brian D. A. Hannon, M.A., as
rector of Dromore Parish, Desertmartin, by the Rt. Rev. Dr. J. C. Tyndall,
Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, on September 8, 1964, are (from left) - Mr. Jack
Farmer, rector's church warden; Ven A. G. Hannon, father of the new rector;
Bishop Tyndall, the Rev. B. D. A. Hannon and Mr. Henry Farmer, people's
Some of the children who attended the Children's Day service in Macosquin
Parish Church, July 4, 1964
Ballycastle team, winners of the Coleraine and District Minor B Badminton
Back row (left to right) - G. Donnelly, B. Moriarty, J. O'Connor (capt.), C.
Front row - Mrs. J. Kerr, Miss A. Tierney, Mrs. Deirdre Lynn, Miss M. Boyle
Girls from Magherafelt and Castledawson who received their first Holy
Communion in the Church of the Assumption, Magherafelt, on May 8, 1964
Boys from Magherafelt and Castledawson who received their first Holy
Communion in the Church of the Assumption, Magherafelt, May 8, 1964
Girls who were confirmed in Tamlaghtfinlagan Parish Church on April 18,
1964, by the Lord Bishop of the diocese, the Rt. Rev. Dr. C. J. Tyndall.
Also in the picture are Rev. J. Bryans and Canon E. G. Crawcour
Boys who were confirmed in Tamlaghtfinlagan Parish Church on April 18, 1964,
by the Lord Bishop of the diocese, the Rt. Rev. C. J. Tyndall. Also in the
picture are Rev. J. Bryans and Canon E. G. Crawcour
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weir, Ballynougher, Castledawson, who celebrated their
golden wedding on September 9, 1964, photographed with their family of four
and their 12 grandchildren
The charter dinner of the Ballymoney Soroptimist Club was held in the
Carrig-na-Cule Hotel, Portstewart, on June 13, 1964. The charter was
presented by Miss G. P. Thyer-Jones, Immediate Past President of the
Federation of Soroptimist Clubs of Great Britain and Ireland. In the
photograph are -
Front row (left to right) - Miss Thyer-Jones, Dr. S. F. Gault (president of
the new club), Mrs. N. McIlrath
Back row - Mrs. M. M. McEwen, Mrs. N. Browne, Dr. M. E. Sanderson
Coleraine Ladies' Bowling team, winners of the Provincial Ladies' League,
Left to right: Back row - Mrs. A. Fulton, Mrs. J. Morrison, Mrs. G. C.
Seeton, Miss N. McLean
Centre row - Mrs. J. Thompson, Mrs. W. E. Cox, Mrs. J. Simpson, Miss M.
Front row - Mrs. D. McMullan, Mrs. E. Smith, Mrs. M. Martin (president),
Mrs. W. Acheson (captain), Mrs. W. Rea
Members of the medical, nursing and management committee of the Coleraine
and Portrush Hospitals Group pictured at the first annual dinner dance of
the Group in Fawcett's Hotel, Portrush, January 24, 1964.
From left (back row) - Miss M. Linton, Miss R. A. Gordon, Dr. W. Hill and
Mrs. S. S. Henry
Front row - Dr. S. Bolton, Miss M. Nugent, Mr. R. Wray, Miss G. Wills, Mr.
W. Mathews and Miss J. Davis
The organising committee of the Ballymoney R.U.C. district annual dinner
dance in the Northern Counties Hotel, Portrush, February 7, 1964.
Back row (left to right) - Sergeant J. G. Duff, Constables S. J. Davidson
and R. J. Forsythe, Sergeant R. Mitchell
Front row - Constable C. Johnston (secretary), District Inspector James
O'Hara )chairman), Sergeant F. E. C. Holland (treasurer), Constable J. E.
The Governor of Northern Ireland, Lord Wakehurst (second from left),
photographed on his arrival at the Intermediate School, Magherafelt, on
January 24, 1964, for the final performance by the Western Ballet Company.
His Excellency was received by Mr. William Clark, D.L., Upperlands (second
from right), and introduced to Mr. Wilfred M. Brennan, F.R.C.S., chairman of
the newly formed Mid-Ulster Regional Arts Group, and Mr. R. A. Brown,
O.B.E., chairman of Magherafelt Rural Council, who are also in the picture
Rev. Hubert Watson Brooks was installed on January 8, 1964, as minister of
Armoy Presbyterian Church. Photograph shows the newly installed minister
(fourth from left) and Mrs. Brooks with the Moderator of Route Presbytery,
the Rev. Ian S. McDowell, Mosside (second from left), and the Rev. J. G.
Leitch, Bushvale (extreme right), who was convener in charge of the vacancy
Rathmore Golf Club team, winners of the Barton Shield, 1964.
Standing (from left) - J. Donnelly, A. Taggart, C. Knox, jun., M. Dijon.
Seated - T. Dijon, Mr. D. Magee (Captain of the Club) and J. Faith
Group at Castlerock Golf Club President's Day on August 22, 1964.
From left - Roger Glass, Miss June Ritchie, Mr. A. Mitchell, Mrs. Mitchell,
Dr. W. Meharg, Mr. R. S. Gray, Mrs. G. Connelly
St. Mary's Intermediate School, Limavady, G.A.A. team, winners of 1964
County Derry Schools' G.A.A. League. In the centre from with the Shield is
Tommy Harkin, captain. Pictures with the team also are Mr. J. Quigley (back
row, extreme left) and Mr. M. Crilly (back row, extreme right)
Sixteen boys and girls were confirmed in St. Swithin's Parish Church,
Magherafelt, on June 14, 1964, by the Most Rev. Dr. James McCann, Archbishop
of Armagh and Primate of all-Ireland. Pictured with the young people is Dr.
McCann and the rector, the Rev. H. S. Mortimer, who assisted him
The Captain of Ballycastle Golf Club, Mr. F. C. Rogan (fourth from left) and
Council members, Messrs. J. P. O'Rourke, A. F. McCoy, B. P. McAleenan, Dr.
G. Mullan and Mr. T. J. Sheehan, pictured at the annual dinner with the club
trophies, August 1964
Some of the children who were confirmed by Most Rev. Dr. N. Farren, Bishop
of Derry, at Desertmartin, April 28, 1964
Boys who were confirmed by the Bishop of Derry, Most Rev. Dr. N. Farren, in
St. Mary's Church, Drumagarner, Kilrea, April 26, 1964
The Magherafelt Technical College hockey team, 1964, with games mistress
Miss Pat McConkey
Garvagh Football Team, winners of the Johnston Cup, 1964
The Bishop of Connor, Rt. Rev. Dr. R. C. H. Elliott, confirmed 37 children
and five adults in Agherton Parish Church, Portstewart, on April 26, 1964
Boys and girls who were confirmed by the Lord Bishop of Derry and Raphoe,
the Rt. Rev. Dr. C. J. Tyndall, in the Parish Church, Maghera, on April 26,
1964. Also in the photograph are rev. J. H. Swain, Maghera; Rev. R. S. W.
Johnston, Kilrea; and Rev. A. W. Rogan, Aghadowey
A band parade was held at Bellaghy on September 5, 1964, in aid of Cancer
Research. Miss Annie Kennedy who, with her brother, John, organised the
parade, is pictured (right) pinning a badge on one of the collectors, Rye
Peeples, of Maghera, prior to the parade. Also in the picture (from left)
are Margo Gordon and Marie Howard, both of Bellaghy, and Gloria Taylor,
Boys and girls from Maghera and district who received first Holy Communion
in St. Mary's Oratory, Maghera, May 23, 1964
Girls who were confirmed by the Bishop of Derry, Most Rev. Dr. N. Farren, in
St. Mary's Church, Drumagarner, Kilrea, April 26, 1964
Photographed following the re-opening of Dunseverick Baptist Church on
January 18, 1964, after extensive renovations, are (from left) Pastor L. E.
Deens, Belfast (president of the Baptist Union to Ireland), Mr. J. Thompson
(deacon of the church), Mr. D. McClelland, Mrs. Mary McVicker, Mr. H. Sloan
(secretary of the church), Pastor T. McNabb, Belfast, Pastor H. H. Orr,
Belfast, and Pastor W. J. K. Byers (minister of the Dunseverick Church)
The Rev. John Wylie, minister of Ballymoney Free Presbyterian Church for the
past ten years, was installed as the first minister of the Coleraine
congregation on September 4, 1964.
From left - Mr. Samuel McIlreavy, elder; Rev. A. Cairns, Rev. C. Menary,
Rev. J. Wylie, Rev. Dr. I. R. K. Paisley, Mr. Hugh Crowe, elder, and Rev. J.
Photographed after the confirmation service in St. Patrick's, Portrush, by
the Bishop of Down and Connor, Most Rev. Dr. William Philbin, who was making
his first official visit to the parish
Dr. William Philbin, Roman Catholic Bishop of Down and Connor, and Rev.
Seamus McKeown, P.P., with children who were confirmed by the Bishop when he
paid his first official visit to St. Mary's Star of the Sea Church,
Portstewart, May 25, 1964
Guests and committee members at the County Derry British Red Cross Society's
annual ball at Drenagh, Limavady, September 25, 1964.
From left - Colonel C. B. Clark, county president, Upperlands; Senator J. C.
Drennan, Limavady; Mrs. S. V. Wilson, Portstewart; Mrs. Drennan; Major S. V.
Wilson, county vice-president; and Lieut.-Colonel C. R. McCausland, Drenagh