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Lost Misc. 2

Lost Misc. 1

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 - 1955 - 1960
1913 Tel. directory    1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)   1894 Waterford Directory
1898 Newry Directory      Bangor Spectator Directory 1970

original photographs are not my property and are not available

Shaw  -  Anderson  -  All Souls Church  -  Empire Theatre 1914  -  Ulster Volunteer Force Hospital

Clarence Bamford  -  Horner  -  Naismiths Edge Hill College & Co-Op  -  Bell  -  Lost Misc. 2  -  Farish

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1) 24th December 1??3 Postmark Belfast Mr. Shaw, 6 Castlereagh Street Place, Mountpottinger, City - Without Carefulness by Charlotte Murray
2) 23rd December 1896 Postmark Manchester to Mr. & Mrs. J. or I. S. Shaw, Rockmount, Belfast - Christmas 1896 With hearty Christmas Greetings and Best Wishes for a happy and Prosperous New Year from Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Barton, Rydal Mount, Heaton Moor

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1) To Mrs. ? Shaw, Wishing you and Mr. Shaw a pleasant Xmas and very happy new year. G. J. Robb, Xmas 1896
 2) Kind regards From Fanny & Mr. & Mrs. Shaw
3) Wishing you a very happy Christmas To Mr. & Mrs. Shaw From May Miller

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1) dunno
2) 1-9-1967 Barron & Brennan Ltd., Motor Accessory Factors, 67-71 Union Street, Belfast 1
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William Anderson

On The Roll of Honour - William Anderson - Kept the Flag Flying
He whom this scroll commemorates was numbered among those who, at the call of King and Country, left all that was dear to them, endured hardness, faced danger, and finally passed out of the sight of men by the path of duty and self-sacrifice, giving up their own lives that others might live in freedom. Let those who come after see to it that his name be not forgotten
Pte. William Anderson, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

36th Ulster Division - British Expeditionary Force
This Certificate is awarded to No. 23294 Private William Anderson, 10th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, for great gallantry and devotion to duty on July 1st, 1916, in the Thiepval Sector. When the N.C.O. in charge of his bombing section had become a casualty, he took command and did most excellent work.  O. S. Nugent. Major General Commanding 36th (Ulster) Division.  Date: 23rd July 1917
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All Souls Church, Elmwood Avenue, Belfast
(Rev. Arthur Linton Agnew)
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The Belfast Empire Theatre of Varieties 1914
The 4 Bon Tons; Millie Merrie; Daddys Soldier Boy; Welda and Wynne; Marie Allan; Lillian Sivado; Ellerslie Pyne
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Ulster Volunteer Force Hospitals
Main Hospital for Overseas Sick and Wounded, Botanic Avenue, Belfast
Branch Hospital for Overseas Sick and Wounded, Bannvale, Gilford, Co. Down
Hospital for Limbless and Orthopaedic, University Road, Belfast
Hospital for Neurasthenia and Shell-Shock, Craigavon, Belfast
Hospital for Officers, Botanic Avenue, Belfast
Hospital for Convalescent Officers, Dunbarton House, Gilford, Co. Down

Sir R. M. Liddell, Hon. Treasurer   R. Dawson Bates, Hon. Secretary

Old Town Hall, Belfast. 15th January, 1918

Alderman Sir Robt. Anderson, Bart., Library & Technical Instruction Committee, Dear Sir, The Workshops at this Hospital, which have been erected and equipped for the very important work of the curative treatment of wounded soldiers, are to be opened on Saturday next, the 19th inst., at 11.30 a.m. by Her Grace the Duchess of Abercorn, and I am desired by the Board of Management to say that it would give them great pleasure if you could favour them with your presence on that occasion. The fittings and appliances of the Hospital are of considerable interest and my Board believe that you would find them well worthy of inspection.  I am, Yours faithfully, Hon. Treasurer.

Ulster Volunteer Force Hospital, Botanic Avenue, Belfast, 12th September 1917.
The Principal, Belfast Municipal Technical Institute, Belfast - Dear Sir, I am directed by the U.V.F.H. Board of Management, to acknowledge with thanks, receipt of your most acceptable gift of vegetables and flowers to the Hospital. I am, Sir, Yours very truly, can't make it out, Registrar
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Clarence Bamford

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1) The Presentation of A Rover Scout
2) Christmas Day, Clarence Bamford, Sunday 25th December 1955. Investiture in Knock Presbyterian Church. 4th East Belfast Rover Crew. R.S.L. David Harrison invested the following 6 Rover Squires, who together with the 2 Sponsors, form this new Crew.  Sponsors: S. J. (Joe) Haire: G.S.M.  Clarence Bamford: A.C.M.
3) Clarence Bamford
4) Clarence Bamford
5) "Going up" The Cub Law - Now this is the law of the jungle, as old and as true as the sky, And the Wolf that shall keep it may prosper, but the Wolf that shall break it must die.  The Jackal may follow the Tiger, but Cub, when thy whiskers are grown, Remember the Wolf is a hunter, go forth and get food of thy own.  As the creeper that girdles the tree trunk, the law runneth forward and back. For the strength of the Pack is the Troop, and the strength of the Troop is the Pack. Because of his age and his cunning, because of his grip and his paw.  In all that the Law leaveth open, the word of the Head Wolf is Law.  Now those are the Laws of the Jungle, and many and mighty are they; But the head and the hoof of the Law, and the haunch and the hump is Obey!
6) Clarence Bamford, 3 Wilshere Drive, Circular Road, Belmont, Belfast

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1) Belfast Telegraph Saturday 16/12/50 - Mafeking has had its moment.
2) 20th February 1951 - Cyril Maude dead
3) Saturday 23rd February 1957 - The Youngest V.C. by Peter Croft - Recently 15 year-old Patrol Leader Terry Malone, of the 2nd Greenisland (Orthopaedic Hospital) Troop, was awarded the second Cornwall Badge to come to Northern Ireland in 40 years. Here is the story of the boy after whom the badge was named.
Standing in the Imperial War Museum is an historic naval gun. Beside this same gun, on the misty evening of May 31, 1916, Boy John Travers Cornwell earned the Victoria Cross at the age of 16. The part which John played in the terrible Battle of Jutland will never be forgotten. His job was to set the sights of a big gun in the cruiser H.M.S. Chester, which became the target of three German warships. The British ship was smothered in bursting shells and within five minutes most of her gun-crews were killed or wounded.  John Cornwell stayed by his disabled gun, although terribly wounded and exposed to the enemy fire. "He felt he might be needed," said his captain, "and so he waited with just his own brave heart, and God's help to support him."  The brave boy, who had left an Essex Council School only two years before, was taken to Grimsby Hospital. Nurses asked him how the battle had gone, "Oh, we carried on all right," he answered simply. Boy Cornwall, V.C., knew of our victory and was content. During the 24 hours he remained alive, he said nothing of his own heroism and his last thoughts were of his mother who was hurrying to his bedside. Mrs. Cornwall was later presented with two bronze crosses to mark the bravery of her son. They were the illustrious V.C., and the Bronze Cross which is the highest Boy Scouts' award for gallantry. The youngest-ever V.C. was buried with full military honours, and a general subscription was raised to have his portrait painted. John Cornwall's memory was also perpetuated by the endowment of beds bearing his name in many hospitals.
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Horner

Hilda Horner, Ballyaltikilligan, Comber           Ian Fisher 81 Glen Road, Comber
Comber National School, This First Prize has been awarded to Mary Horner for good attendance & careful preparation of Home Lessons during the year 1901 - James Chambers, Prin. Teacher


U.R.B.A. Supreme Champion Won by W. Horner 1933 by Walker & Hall, Sheffield

U.R.B.A. Male Champion Won by W. Horner 1933
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Naismiths

Naismiths Bread (24)

Edge Hill College 1942-1943

Belfast Co-Op Society Ltd. Pastry Dept. 1938

Belfast Photographers no other info.
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Bell C. F. T.   6980115  Inniskilling 27
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Bryan
Belfast & District Motor Club Ltd.
Won by G. Bryan 1935
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Farish
Dumfries, August 1904 to Miss Farish, Newton Farm, Kirkpatrick, Fleming, By Ecclefechan
Belfast Donegal Place.  Will leave here at 3 o'clock tomorrow instead of 2, as you say there is no train at that time. Will be at Newton 5.15 I think. Many thanks for pretty card. Glad you have all in readiness for me - the wee chap into the bargain. Love from Sis
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