James Majury, 19 Jellicoe Avenue, Dunmore Park, Belfast 1925, 1951
Wee Jim Majury 14 3/12 yrs
Wee Desmond Majury 13 yrs
Wee Scotty Majury 7 2/12 yrs
Wee Beatrice Majury 10 8/as yrs
Wee Rosemary Majury 10/12 of a year 1942
Daddy's 5 Wee Darlings - I hope God will bless each one of them & prosper
them & that his Holy Spirit will rest & abide with each one of them through
their journey in this world.
1951 Mr. & Mrs. Majury, 19 Jellicoe Avenue, Dunmore Park, Belfast, Ireland
from Son and Daughter-in-law, Jim and Audrey in Clacton-on-Sea - Dear Mother
and Father in law, We are on holiday as you can see by the photo, you will
be surprised to see that Jim is with us, we will write and tell you all the
details when we get home again, we have bought a small present for Rosemary
and Beatrice which we will also send. I do hope this card finds you all very
well, the weather is lovely and we are having the time of our lives. Lots of
James Majury, Saintfield, County of Down, Ireland 1926 - Horatio & Priscilla
James Majury & Priscilla & Horatio - Sarah Jane, Leggygowan, Saintfield 1924
James Majury & Horatio Majury
D. Majury Chief Steward, Strathnaver 14th January 1950
22 February 1975 - Top Galloways for Ballymena - John A. Crawford, of the
Collin, Moorfields, Ballymena
Presented to Mrs. Jane Elliott Wright, M.A., by the Girls of her Sabbath
School Class and Teachers, Hillington Park Church Cardonald, June 1931
He who knows not, & knows not what he knows not, He is a fool (Shun him)
He who knows not, & knows that he knows not, he is simple (Teach him)
He who knows, & knows not what he knows, he is asleep (Wake him)
He who knows, & knows that he knows, He is a wise man (Follow him)
Christmas 1935 Kind Regards and Hearty Greetings for Christmas and the New
Year from Mr. & Mrs. W. O'Brien Armstrong "Beech Lawn" Helen's Bay, Co. Down
"Kind words can never die; but they must be spoken before they can live"
1937 - 769 Self, Sandy Conway; 447 J. A. Mackintosh, 589 W. Stevenson & D.
McMillan, 1029 S. Conway, ? McMillan Burn; 933 Self - no other Dist. Officer
present, G. Skimm in Dm. Chris Close & Blain ?; 862 Conlig, W. Stevenson, D.
K. McMillan; 862 Conlig, W. Stevenson, D. K. McMillan; 589 Port Stevenson &
D. K. McMillan, 677 Bangor S. Conway & W. H. McMillan; 1027 Bangor, W. J. 7
Sandy; 1029 Cotton, J. A, Mackintosh; District 1029 Cottown, J. A.
Mackintosh, McMillan; 865 Bangor, Sandy, J. A. Mackintosh
1) A Handy Guide for Everyone to Correct Spelling and Pronunciation -
Bought in Woolworths' Londonderry Branch on Saturday 30th April 1932 James
2) W. Duffy
A splendid civic occasion: Londonderry, 1933. Flags and bunting fly as the
coach carrying the Lord Mayor of London, Sir Percy Greenaway, passes through
Shipquay Gate in the ancient walls. The Lord Mayor and the members of the
Honourable the Irish Society were visiting the city on the Foyle to mark the
opening of the Craigavon Bridge. (From a painting by Frank McKelvey)
Donaghadee from the Pier - Welch's Irish Views
City and County Borough of Belfast 1934-1935
Addenda Et Corrigenda - The Right Honourable the Lord Mayor of Belfast,
Councillor Sir Crawford McCullagh, D.L., J.P. - The Lady Mayoress of
Belfast, Lady McCullagh, C.B.E. - Town Clerks of Belfast - The Right Hon.
Sir Thomas Dixon, Bart., His Majesty's Lieutenant for the County of the City
of Belfast - H. M. Lieutenants - Mayors and Lord Mayors of Belfast Since
Lord Mayors of Belfast Since 1885 - Alderman James Dunlop Williamson, M.D.,
J.P., High Sheriff - High Sheriffs - Officers of the County of the City of
Belfast 1934-1935 - Deputy Lieutenants - High Sheriffs - Members Elected to
Serve in the Parliament of Northern Ireland.....
Members Elected to Serve in the Parliament of Northern Ireland - Members of
the Imperial Parliament - Supreme Court of Judicature of Northern Ireland -
Members of the Council
Port Sanitary Authority - The Belfast Corporation Employees' Provident
Society - The Belfast Holywood and Castlereagh Joint Board - Sir Robert
Meyer, Town Clerk - Principal Officers of the Corporation.....
Principal Officers of the Corporation - List of R.U.C. Officers Serving in
Belfast - Belfast Corporation Local Acts - The Principal Consular Officials
at Belfast - Public Officers, Belfast - Some Important Events.....
Some Important Events
The Ulster Cyclist May 1936
Editorial - N.C.U. and Ulster Cyclists - Letters to the Editor - Youth
Hostel Association of Northern Ireland
County Down - Two Speed Gears - Daisies on Wheels - Practical Hints - Five
Five Days Awheel - It Is Rumoured - Club News....
Club News - Athletic Section - R.U.C. Sports - The Joy of Cycling - Trade
Dunmore Speedway First Season 1950
Programme of Events Thirteenth Meeting, Friday 11th August 1950
Belfast "Bees" v Liverpool "Chads"
Smoke Rings (Gallaher Ltd.) Editorial - Pattreioeux Girls - York Street
Factory - Gallaher Ladies Hockey Team
Gallaher Ladies 2nd XI Hockey Team
Standing: G. Harpur, M. McBride, M. McCann, P. Braithwaite, F. McKinless,
and M. McCay
Seated: R. Cowser, D. Allen, S. Wright, M. Atkinson and A. Adair
York Street Factory - Connswater - Lisnafillan - Bonny Ahoghill -
Pattreioeux (Derby Street)...
Pattreioeux (Derby Street) - Pattreioeux (Ashton Factory) - Bertie didn't
know! - Miss Nessie Scott - The New Look and the Old
Factory "Close-Up" - From All Quarters - J. & E. Arnfield Ltd. - The
Darts Competition - Correspondence - Among The Alps