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1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1909 - 1910 - 1912 - 1918 - 1924 - 1932 - 1939 - 1943 - 1947 - 1951 - 1955 - 1960
1913 Tel. directory    1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)   1894 Waterford Directory
1898 Newry Directory      Bangor Spectator Directory 1970

Various Small Collections 1
Various Small Collections 2

Knox - Maxwell - Bradshaw - Wilson - McCavana - McClements - McCullough - McGladdery - Hegarty

Knox

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1) G.N.R.(I.) National Economy - Mr. Leslie Knox, 66 Sandymount Street, Stranmillis Road, Belfast
2) American Locomotive Company - Locomotive Hand-Book
3) Plans for the 'Twelfth' Parade

Jack                                                                                                                                     

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Maxwell

to Eileen Keenan, 5 Mission Lane, Larne - Dear Eileen, You are offully for saying that I will never forgive you.
(I wonder if she ever did? - Mary)

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1) Travel Permit Card for Great Britain, Eire and Northern Ireland Names of Holder - Miss Mgt.(?) Maxwell
2) Inspector General's Office 4th December 1950 R.U.C. Belfast
3) Margaret Maxwell, Domestic, Larne, 26/12/15, 29 Mill Street, 44 Carson Street, Larne, July 13-1945
4) Stranraer 26 July 1945 - 2 August 1945
5) R. Maxwell, Esq., 44 Parson Street, Larne, Co. Antrim, N. Ireland 16.2.52 (should read Carson)
6) Murphy Radio Limited Hirer 13 Feb 1952
7) Receipts
8) Receipts
9) Regal Cinema Larne Programme March 1944
10) as above

Littlewoods Football Pool Rules Season 1954-1955

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Bradshaw & Wilson
        
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1) 22nd March 1951 Postmark Belfast to Miss Ida Bradshaw, 72 Victoria Gardens, Cavehill Road, Belfast - Thurs. I gave R. 100 envelopes which I addressed for you & as I've heard nothing from you about them am wondering - & I also am about a letter if hers wh. came here on 21st & which I re-directed & went out in the rain & posted. I also rang up Graham Ho?? to ask if E. had left only to be told her 'phone was out of order. I have that address on Wandsworth Gardens, but won't go to see E. till I am invited. A. R. 50 Joanmount Park.
2) 26th March 1951 Postmark Belfast to Miss Ida Bradshaw, 72 Victoria Gardens, Cavehill Road, Belfast - Sunday Evg. 50 Joanmount Park. Got yr. card, many thanks about tea on Tues. but am not free. Best to wait till yr. leaflets come from the printer, send me a card then & I'll give you an hours help with them then. I saw 'the hair' yesterday & E. really is wonderful. I am working? a burn? on my right I think - hence queer writing. A.
3) 28th March 1951 Postmark Belfast to Miss I. Bradshaw, 72 Victoria Gardens, Cavehill Road, Belfast - Wednesday. 19 Wansworth (Wandsworth) Gardens, Belmont Road, Knock. E. is so much better & able to go out each day. She says she will put in your R.O.K. leaflets if you will bring them over about the weekend & have tea here as soon as they arrive - (Bring about ½ the parcel you receive) Time being short before next election its well to start letters now. I think I must have left behind a tiny brown attaché case, if so, would you mind bringing it too & let me finish off the coat lining as you are so busy. If you don't want the second clean little ½ hand towel I've put away, it would be useful to us here. Thanks for forwarding letters. R. P.S. I have already written to friends & am keeping letters open here promising to enclose leaflets - & so has A. so hope they will come soon.
4) In Memoriam Samuel Wilson Died 29th June 1951. Interred Lisburn Cemetery 1st July 1951

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McCavana

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1) Carrickfergus Music Festival This is to Certify that Hilary McCavana was awarded the First Prize at the Jubilee Gall Carrickfergus. Class 43 Name Girls Solo (age 10) Adjudicator John C??????? Date 9th May 1958
2) Trinity College of Music, London Student's Certificate Grade 1 (First Steps) Hilary Ann McCavana Pupil of Miss E. V. Anderson, A.T.C.L. duly passed in Pianoforte Playing Local Examinations with Merit held at Belfast in May 1959 On behalf of the Corporation Harold Kenyon Chairman - J. A. ??? Vice-Chairman - Alexander T. Rees Secretary
3) Holywood Musical Festival This Certificate is Awarded to Hillary McCavana and Beulah Roden as winners of Third Place in Vocal Solo under 17 years. Leslie D. Paul Adjudicator - J. V. Addyn Chairman - Maureen Barber Hon. Secretary Date 16th May 1960
4) Trinity College of Music, London Student's Certificate Grade 11 (Preparatory) Hilary Ann McCavana Pupil of Miss E. V. Anderson, A.T.C.L. duly passed in Pianoforte Playing Local Examinations - held at Belfast in November 1960 On behalf of the Corporation Harold Kenyon Chairman - J. A. ??? Vice-Chairman - Alexander T. Rees Secretary
5) Trinity College of Music, London Student's Certificate Grade 1V (Junior) Hilary McCavana Pupil of Miss E. V. Anderson, A.T.C.L. duly passed in Pianoforte Playing Local Examinations with Merit held at Belfast in January-February 1962 On behalf of the Corporation M. Greenhouse Allt(?) William McKie Chairman - J. A. ??? Vice-Chairman - C. A. Cork Secretary
6) This Certificate is awarded by The Belfast Musical Festival to Hilary McCavana Third Prizewinner, The Nan Shaw Cup, Section A14 in the 1963 Festival Eric Greene Adjudicator - ? ? Armstrong(?)
7) Trinity College of Music, London Student's Certificate Grade V (Intermediate) Hilary Ann McCavana Pupil of Miss E. V. Anderson, A.T.C.L. duly passed in Pianoforte Playing Local Examinations -t held at Belfast in Jan-February 1963 On behalf of the Corporation M. Greenhouse Allt(?) William McKie Chairman - J. A. ??? Vice-Chairman - C. A. Cork Secretary

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1) Holywood Musical Festival This Certificate is Awarded to Hillary Ann McCavana as First Prize Winner in Folk Song - Unaccompanied - under 17 years. John Boyd Adjudicator - J. V. Addyn Chairman - Maureen Barber Hon. Secretary Date 16th May 1963
2) Holywood Musical Festival This Certificate is Awarded to Hillary Ann McCavana as Second Prize Winner in Folk Song - Accompanied - under 17 years. John Boyd Adjudicator - J. V. Addyn Chairman - Maureen Barber Hon. Secretary Date 16th May 1963
3) Holywood Musical Festival This Certificate is Awarded to Hillary McCavana as Third Prize Winner in Contralto Solo. Ena ???? Adjudicator - J. V. Addyn Chairman - Maureen Barber Hon. Secretary Date 13th May 1966
4) Holywood Musical Festival This Certificate is Awarded to Hillary McCavana as Winner of Second Prize in Oratorio. George Guest Adjudicator - J. V. Addyn Chairman - Maureen Barber Hon. Secretary Date 30th April 1968
5) Holywood Musical Festival This Certificate is Awarded to Hillary McCavana Winner of Second Place in Grand Opera. George Guest Adjudicator - J. V. Addyn Chairman - Maureen Barber Hon. Secretary Date 1st May 1968
6) Holywood Musical Festival This Certificate is Awarded to Hillary Shields as Commended in Vocal Solo British Composers. ? Clinton(?) Adjudicator - J. V. Addyn Chairman - Maureen Barber Hon. Secretary Date 11th May 1970
7) Holywood Musical Festival This Certificate is Awarded to Hillary Shields as Winner of Third Prize in Grand Opera. ? ? Adjudicator - J. V. Addyn Chairman - Maureen Barber Hon. Secretary Date 12th May 1970

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McClements
  
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1) name inside W. McClements size 71/8 Hatter A. P. Dalzell 15 Royal Avenue, Belfast
2) Presented to W. Bro Wm. McClements, P.M. Jany.(?) 1840(?) Masonic Lodge 606

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McCullough
also McCullough & Logan Family Bible BMDs
 
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1) E. McCullough, The Deanery, Carrickfergus
2) Anne McCullough, The Deanery, Carrickfergus - McCullough, Esq., Scotch Quarter - St/Nurse McCullough
     
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1) James McCullough, Cru-gar-dene(?), Carrickfergus
2) Wm. McCullough, 17 & 19 Talbot Street, Belfast
3) Under the Big Lamp - Historic photographs of the county and town of Carrickfergus, Sheila Speers of the Ulster Museum

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McGladdery

Licence to carry and have Arms (except Revolver), and Ammunition in a Proclaimed District
I, Garrett Nagle, R.M. being duly appointed and authorized in that behalf, do hereby grant to
Joseph McGladdery of 157, 159 Old Lodge Road, Belfast a Licence to have and carry one gun
and necessary Ammunition, in and upon the Proclaimed District of Belfast.
Dated this 27th day of January 1899

Gun Licence, 10s 0d Joseph McGladdery of 165-167 Old Lodge Road,
in the Parish of Shankill in the County Boro of Belfast etc. etc.
19th December 1902 M. Townsend

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Hegarty

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1) medals of John Hegarty, 22987 Pte. 7th Bn. R. Inniskilling Fusiliers.
2) Ireland's Memorial Records 1914-1918
Hegarty, David. Reg. No. 1532. Rank, Private, Royal Munster Fusiliers, 9th Batt.; killed in action, France, March 28, 1916; born St. Nicholas', Cork
Hegarty, Edward. Rank, Acting Captain, Royal Irish Regiment, 3rd Batt. (attached 2nd Batt.); killed in action, September 3, 1916; decoration, M.C.
Hegarty, Frederick William. Reg. No. 22600. Rank, Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 9th Batt.; killed in action, France, September 9, 1916; born Barrow, Lancashire
Hegarty, Hugh. Reg. No. 26491. Rank, Private, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 8th Batt.; killed in action, France, August 2, 1916; born Templemore, Co. Derry
Hegarty, James. Reg. No. 18. Rank, Rifleman, 12th Royal Irish Rifles; died of wounds, France, October 15, 1918; born Coleraine, Co. Derry
Hegarty, James. Reg. No. 1818. Rank, Private, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers; killed in action, Ypres, October 15, 1918; born Ireland; age 39
Hegarty, James. Reg. No. 3695. Rank, Private, 4th Leinster Regiment; died of wounds, France, May 5, 1915; born Charleville, Co. Cork
Hegarty, James. Reg. No. 6968. Rank, Corporal, 1st Leinster Regiment; killed in action, France, May 4, 1915; born Birr, King's Co.
Hegarty, Jeremiah. Reg. No. 6590. Rank, Private, Royal Munster Fusiliers, 2nd Batt.; killed in action, France, May 9, 1916; born St. Ann's, Cork
Hegarty, John. Reg. No. 979. Rank, Rifleman, 1st Royal Irish Rifles; died of wounds, France, January 16, 1916; born Donegal
Hegarty, John. Reg. No. 2128. Rank, Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers; died of wounds, Givenchy, France, December, 1914; born Ireland; age 23; decoration, 1914 Star
Hegarty, John. Reg. No. 2128. Rank, Private, Manchester Regiment, 1st Batt.; killed in action, France, December 21, 1914; born Kilfree, Co. Roscommon
Hegarty, John. Reg. No. 7982. Rank, Company Quarter-master Sergeant, Connaught Rangers, 5th Batt.; killed in action, Gallipoli, August 22, 1915; born Athenry, Co. Galway
Hegarty, John. Reg. No. 17165. Rank, Corporal, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 8th Batt.; killed in action, France, February 28, 1917; born Leck, Co. Donegal
Hegarty, John. Reg. No. 19731. Rank, Private, 1st Royal Dublin Fusiliers; killed in action, Gallipoli, August 7, 1915; born Douglas, Co. Tyrone
Hegarty, John. Reg. No. 22987. Rank, Private, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 6th Batt.; killed in action, France, October 3, 1918; born Letterkenny, Co. Donegal
3) Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Regiment or Corps. Roll of Individuals entitled to the Victory Medal and/or British War Medal granted under Army Orders 301 & 266.
22950  Pte.  Johnstone, Robert     22950  Pte. 10th R. Innis. Fus.
22952  Pte.  Maguire, Thomas       22952  Pte.  9th R. Innis Fus.
22953  Pte.  Malcolm, David       22953  Pte. 11th R. Innis. Fus.
22957  Pte. McGratton, James        22957  Pte. 7th R. Innis. Fus.
22959  Pte.  Noble, Alfred              22959  Pte. 9th R. Innis. Fus.
22960  Pte.  Abraham, Harvey     22960  Pte.  10th R. Innis. Fus.
22962  Pte.  Doherty, Francis       22962  Pte.  11th R. Innis. Fus.
22971  Pte.  Lindsay, Hugh             22971  Pte.  7th R. Innis. Fus.
22972  Pte.  Westwood, William    22972  Pte.  9th R. Innis. Fus.
22975  Pte.  Crozier, William        22975  Pte.  2nd R. Innis. Fus.
22977  Pte.  Williams, Ivan             22977  Pte.  9th R. Innis. Fus.
22978  Pte.  Cochrane, John     22978  Pte.  10-10th R. Innis. Fus.
22981  L/Cpl  Armstrong, Wm.       22981  Pte.  7th R. Innis. Fus.
22982  Pte.  Doherty, Patrick           22982  Pte.  5th R. Innis. Fus.
22984  Pte.  Gibbons, George           22984  Pte.  7th R. Innis. Fus.
22985  Pte.  Green, Edward              22985  Pte.  7th R. Innis. Fus.
                                               22987  Pte.  Hegarty, John    22987  Pte. A/Cpl.  7th R. Innis. Fus. (Letterkenny, see next image)
30th September 1920  Signed W. Gardener Capt. for the Infantry Record Office, Island Bridge, Dublin
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5) War Diary or Intelligence Summary 6th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, Volume XL October 1918 page 1 :(
6) Medals Index Card Hegarty, John R. Innis. Fus. L/Cpl 22987  B/102   B18  744
7) In Memory of Private John Hegarty, 22987  6th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, who died on 3rd October 1918
8) Index No. M.R.16  Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Part Three:-

          Heesom, Pte. George, 34455. 2nd/5th Bn. Duke of Wellington's Regt.  13th Sept. 1918
          Heffernan, Pte. John, 7280.  2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regt.  27th Sept. 1918.  Age 18.  Son of the late John and Kate Heffernan, of Ballingnane, Askeaton, Co. Limerick
          Hegarty, Pte. John, 22987.  6th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.  3rd Oct. 1918
          Hellawell, Pte. Willie, 28926.  9th Bn. Yorkshire Regt.  5th Oct. 1918
          Heller, Rfn. Davis, 41283.  The Rifle Brigade, posted to Artists' Rifles.  3rd Sept. 1918.  Age 27.  Son of Gabriel and Leah Heller, of 82 Imperial Avenue, Stoke Newington, London; husband of May Heller, of 36 Fore Street, St. Mary Church, Torquay.  Twice previously wounded
          Hellier, Pte. Reginald, 85272.  Royal Fusiliers, posted to 1st/3rd Bn. London Regt. (R. Fus.) 24th Aug. 1918
          Hellings, Lce. Cpl. William, 278038.  3rd Bn. London Regt. (R. Fus.).  11th Aug. 1918  Age 24.  Son of E. J. and Elizabeth Hellings, of Rackfield, Westford, Wellington, Somerset
          Hemming, Pte. Francis William Ernest, 55953.  14th Bn. Royal Welch Fusiliers.  18th Sept. 1918.  Age 33.  Son of Francis Joseph and Annie Hemming, of Alywne Lodge, Rickmansworth Road, Watford; husband of Jessie Hemming, of 29 Rudolph Road, Bushey, Herts.
          Hemmings, Pte. Ernest John, 23384.  10th Bn. South Wales Borderers.  Killed in action at Aubencheul-au-Bois 7th Oct. 1918.  Age 21.  son of Charles and Annie Hemmings, of 134 Commercial Street, Aber Bargoed, Cardiff
          Hemmings, Lce. Cpl. James William, 7205.  1st Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regt.  1st Sept. 1918.  Age 22.  Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Hemmings, of Ettington, Stratford-on-Avon
          Hemmings, Pte. Stanley Edwin John, 47100.  1st/4th Bn. York and Lancaster Regt.  13th Oct. 1918.  Age 19.  Son of Jesse Martin Hemmings and Jessie Louisa Hemmings, of 2 Culford Grove, Hackney, London
          Hempstead, Serjt. Henry Arthur, 350134.  "B" Coy. 7th Bn. London Regt.  8th Sept. 1918.  Age 22.  Son of Alexander and Mary Hempstead, of 16 Sheldon Street, Paddington, London
          Hemsley, Pte. Thomas Cecil, G.11678.  2nd Bn. Royal Sussex Regt.  23rd Oct. 1918.  Age 23.  Son of David and Mary Caroline Hemsley, of 317 Sea Side, Eastbourne
          Henderson, Pte. Archibald, 153402.  19th Bn. Machine Gun Corps (Inf.).  4th Nov. 1918.  Age 20.  Son of John and Bessie and Henderson, of 30 Canongate, Jedburgh, Roxburghshire
          Henderson, Pte. Robert, 228505.  1st Bn. London Regt. (R. Fus.), attd. 13th Bn. Royal Fusiliers.  24th Oct. 1918
          Henderson, Pte. Thomas William, 242791.  1st/6th Bn. West Yorkshire Regt.  11th Oct. 1918
          Henderson, Pte. William, 276350.  1st/7th Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.  27th Aug. 1918
          Henderson, Pte. William Thomas, 48394.  1st Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers.  23rd Aug. 1918.  Age 27.  Son of Mrs. Jane Ann Henderson, of 3 Station Street, Haswell, Co. Durham
          Hendley, Dvr. Joseph, 815068.  298th Bde. Royal Field Artillery.  19th Sept. 1918
          Hendley, Pte. Walter Sidney, 205403.  1st Bn. London Regt. (R. Fus.), attd. 2nd/4th Bn. London Regt. (R. Fus.)  9th Aug. 1918.  Age 19.  Son of Walter Charles and Lillie Florence Hendley, of 5 Bear Garden Road, Banbury, Oxon
          Hendon, Pte. Thomas, 254647.  3rd Bn. London Regt. (R. Fus.), attd. 2nd/2nd London Regt. (R. Fus.).  8th Aug. 1918.  Age 18.  Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hendon, of 35 Willow Walk, West Green, Tottenham, London
          Hendrie, A.B. Thomas, Clyde Z/4306.  R.N.V.R. "Hawke" Bn. R.N. Div.  3rd Sept. 1918
          Hendry, Lce. Cpl. Gordon, S.2283.  7th Bn. Gordon Highlanders.  28th Aug. 1918.  Age 24.  Son of John S. and Georgina Hendry, of 29 Duthie Terrace, Aberdeen
          Hendry, Pte. Thomas, 265332.  7th Bn. The Cameronians (Sco. Rif.).  23rd Aug. 1918
          Henley, Pte. John, 303513.  1st/5th Bn. Manchester Regt.  27th Sept. 1918
          Henn, Pte. Robert, 15769.  12th Bn. Gloucestershire Regt.  25th Aug. 1918

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