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The Derry and Antrim Year Book 1941

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

 

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Thomas Templeton, killed by falling from cliff at Portrush 
Archbishop Ussher born
Mrs. Millar, Long Commons, drowned at Coleraine
Paupers first admitted to Ballycastle Workhouse
Treasuries of Gt. Britain and Ireland consolidated
A. Millar, Jas. Doherty, and the latter's son, drowned at Portstewart
A. McDonnell drowned, Coleraine
Constable W. J. Finlay accidentally killed at Portrush
Death of Rev. Dr. Field, Dervock
Mr. E. Macnaghten appointed a Lord of Appeal
Orr Memorial Fountain, Coleraine, completed
J. F. Nevin, Coleraine, accidentally killed
Clifford Lloyd appointed R.M. for Coleraine district
Rev. Canon Ross, Limavady, died
Last Irish Parliament
First Elections for Urban Councils in Ireland
Shane's Castle destroyed by fire
Jas. Devlin and Hugh G. Moody suffocated in a well at Fernlester
Rev. R. Wallace, New Row Presbyterian Church, died
A man named Park accidentally killed at Bushmills
River Bann frozen over at Coleraine
Death of Queen Victoria
Poaching affray near Loughguile, John McGowan shot dead
An old woman named Baxter drowned near Bushmills
Norwegian brig wrecked Magilligan Strand, 3 lives lost
Barque Nokomis wrecked at Portstewart, 16 drowned
Colonel Leslie, Leslie Hill, Ballymoney, died
Sunday Schools established
Formation of the Hon. Irish Society of London
Great snowstorm; 36 degrees of frost at Coleraine
Rev. C. H. Spurgeon died

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Samuel McDowell drowned at Benvarden
Patrick McKenna found drowned in Bann at Coleraine
Lord Salisbury born
John T. Patterson, Coleraine, drowned in the Bann
Moravian settlement formed at Gracehill, Ballymena
James Brown, station master, Armoy, fatally stabbed
Mrs. Robertson burned to death at Coleraine
Dr. Stone, Coleraine, died
Rebecca Lee committed suicide at Portrush
Sir C. E. Lewis, Bart., M.P. for North Antrim, died
600 Scots defeat by Irish at the Cross, Ballymoney
Mrs. Killen, wife of a surfaceman, killed at Armoy
Michael Mooney frozen to death near Cushendun
Anthony Carroll and his sister drowned near Kilrea
Relief of Kimberley
Death of Lord Macnaghten
Week's Rioting in Belfast; 40 persons killed and 100 wounded
Opening of Derry Central Railway
Mr. R. M. Douglas's "Donald" won Waterloo Cup
William of Orange proclaimed King in Derry
Rev. Dr. Madill ordained minister of First Garvagh
Lord R. Churchill spoke in the Ulster Hall, Belfast
Death of Rev. Dr. Houston, Macosquin Presbyterian Church
Rev. J. H. Carson ordained at Limavady
John Dillon, Formeil, Dungiven, found dead at Benbraddagh
Rev. Professor Robinson, a native of Garvagh, died
J. H. Coyle, Coleraine Saw Mills, died
Jas. Butler, his wife and son, killed at Ballycastle
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Robert Logan, farmer, drowned at Swateragh
Limavady War Memorial Institute opened
Charles Daly, J.P., Coleraine, died
Mr. Gladstone retired from public life
Rev. R. Moore ordained minister at Ringsend
Rev. W. J. Farley ordained at Kilrea
Big fire at Dhu Varren, Portrush
Irish Free State Bill passed British House of Commons
C. E. Lewis, M.P. for N. Antrim, created a baronet
H. A. Macaulay, solicitor, Coleraine, died
Bagdad taken by British forces
First Bank opened in Ballymoney
British occupation in Bloemfontein
Foundation Stone of Four Courts, Dublin, laid
Lawrence's flour mills, Coleraine, destroyed by fire
Rev. John Alexander, Ballyrashane, died
St. Patrick's Day
Wm. Berryman and wife murdered near Garvagh
John Baxter, J.P., Ballymoney, died
John Mitchell, died
Death of Rev. G. W. D. Rea, Coleraine
Rev. James O'Hara appointed rector of Coleraine
Murder of Margaret Miller, a Coleraine girl, in Derry
Owen McMahon & 4 members of his household in Belfast, murdered
Coleraine New Markets opened
Ven. Archdeacon Hincks, rector of Billy, died
Rev. Dr. John Brown, Aghadowey, died
Thos. McLean, harbour master at Coleraine, drowned
Ballycastle branch of Ulster Bank raided
James Roy, Dunseverick, drowned at Ballintoy
Sweep named Mulgrew drowned in Roe
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J. McQuade & J. Rainey executed at Derry
Attempt to blow up bridge over Moyola, Tobermore
Rev. J. S. Pyper ordained at Portrush
Jas. McCready, bread server, Coleraine, fatally injured
J. H. Macaulay retired from Northern Bank, Coleraine
First County Council and R.D. Council elections
John McKeeman committed suicide at Castlerock
Gladstone's first Home Rule Bill introduced
Rev. W. H. Bradley appointed rector of Coleraine
Andrew Hegarty fatally wounded at Garvagh
Erection of Pier at Ballycastle commenced
Alex. Mackinnon, Ballintoy, died at the age of 104
Easter Sunday
Princess Beatrice born
Derry City invested by King James's army
James McGrotty drowned in the Bann at Coleraine
Dr. Clarke, Coleraine, died
James Lowry found dead in a stream near Portrush
Rev. John McDonnell, P.P., Culfeightrin, died
Building of Agivey Bridge completed
Petty Sessions first held at Portrush
First Golf Championship at Portrush
Asphyxiating gas first used by German forces
Sinn Fein Rebellion in Ireland
Rev. John Beatty, Roseyards, died
Execution of John Daly at Belfast
Rev. Prof. Houston, Ballyclabber, Coleraine, died
St. Patrick's Church, Coleraine, opened after being rebuilt
Crimean War ended
Lyle Gardiner murdered at Ballyhivistock, Dervock
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James E. Ritter, J.P., Roepark, Limavady, died
Shane O'Neill defeated Antrim Scots near Ballycastle
Child named McCurdy killed by falling over cliff Rathlin
Mrs. Woodhouse, son and niece drowned at Portrush
Four policemen shot dead in South Derry
School teacher and nephew shot dead at Dungiven
Rev. Dr. Irwin, Castlerock, died
Death of Sir H. J. L. Bruce, Bart., Downhill
Second Dublin Exhibition opened
Downhill Castle partially destroyed by fire
Three brothers named McKeown shot near Belfast
First Dublin Exhibition opened
W. H. Walker killed at Ballintoy cliffs
Henry Grattan dies
Daniel O'Connell died
John Rea, solicitor, Belfast, committed suicide
Portrait of Miss Ranken presented to Coleraine Cafe
15 killed in week's rioting in Belfast
James Hunter, J.P., died at Ballyvelton, Coleraine
Corn Mills at Castleroe destroyed by fire
Free schools opened by the Irish Society in Coleraine
Rev. John Mark, Dunboe, died
Lady M. Scott won Ladies' Open Golf Championship, Portrush
Mary Ann Donnelly drowned in Bann near Ballymoney
Mrs. Cromie died at The Castle, Portstewart
Coalition Government formed
Russia's Fleet annihilated by Japan
Rev. R. H. Wilson installed at Ballymoney
John Jamieson, farmer, drowned at Camus
Rebel Victory at Wexford
E. Murray killed J. H. Lawlor, Ballymena, then committed suicide
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Ballymoney Roman Catholic Church opened
First minister of Bushmills Pres. Church ordained
Boating accident on the Foyle, three lives lost
Police sergeant shot died at Swateragh, Co. Derry
Meeting of Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland at Coleraine
Northern Parliament inaugurated
Rev. H. S. O'Hara appointed rector of Coleraine
Rev. J. A. Canning, New Row Church, Coleraine, died
Alex. McLaughlin, Craigs, kicked to death by horse
Foundation stone Coleraine Masonic Hall laid
Armagh railway accident, 89 lives lost
Dr. Alex. McNeary, Garvagh, died
Death of E. J. Cotton, manager, B. & N.C. Railway
Wm. C. Gage, J.P., Ballykelly, died
Rev. Wm. Matthews, Ballylintagh, died
Great Ulster Convention in Belfast
John McLaughlin, J.P., Carthall, Coleraine, died
Alex. McKillop, town clerk, Limavady, died
John Agar, Belfast, drowned off Carrick-a-Rede Bridge
E. Donnelly and F. Magowan drowned at Portrush
Northern Parliament opened by the King
Three men shot in riots at Cushendall
Sir George White, died
Francis McKinlay, Conagher, executed at Coleraine
Jas. Mallaghan, excursionist, drowned at Castlerock
Foundation stone of Ballyquin Orange Hall laid
Charter of Incorporation granted to Coleraine
Drummond Grant, Coleraine, died
Daniel Taylor, formerly M.P. for Coleraine, died
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First Irish Land Bill passed through Parliament
Steamboat service estd., between Larne and Stranraer
Robert Kelly and Jas. Dempsey drowned near Portrush
Ballyrashane War Memorial Tower opened
Martha Rogers, fatally shot at Ballymoney
"George A. Hopeley" wrecked near Portstewart
Denis McAfee and R. J. McIntyre drowned, Coleraine
John Watters killed on the railway at Coleraine
End of six weeks' drought in Ulster
Last meeting of Old Coleraine Corporation
Robert O'Neill, Myroe, Limavady, fatally injured at Coleraine
Voting by ballot became law
Death of James Bellas, Coleraine
Thos. Johnston, Fallagloon, fatally injured
Victory of Mountjoy at Benburb
J. P. Gilmour, medical student, killed near Portrush
C. McClintock killed driving at Portrush Harbour
Two Belfast youths drowned at East Strand, Portrush
Railway from Draperstown to Magherafelt opened
Wm. Woods sentenced to 12 years for manslaughter
A. Frizzell and A. McGowan drowned at Portstewart
Charles Lynn and his son, Coleraine, drowned in Lough Foyle
Jane Austen died
Blierot crossed English Channel in aeroplane
Dr. R. J. Camac, Ballymoney, elected coroner for the Route district
Atlantic cable laid
Portstewart Tramway opened
Dominick Wilson, farmer, Desertmartin, aged 27, shot dead
Death of Prince Bismarck
Death of J. C. Coffey, Recorder of County Derry
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Men named Mallon and Leddy drowned at Portstewart
Roger Casement executed for high treason
"Star of the Sea" R.C. Church, Portstewart, dedicated
Wm. J. Thompson drowned at Portrush
Thos. Carlyle saw his "last Irish crowd" at Portrush
Fireman and driver fatally injured on railway at Jordanstown
W. J. Irwin drowned in Bann near Kilrea
W. Herdman, C.E., killed by fall over cliffs at Ballintoy
Memorial stone at Barmouth, Coleraine, unveiled
Rev. Dr. Wilson ordained at Cookstown
Rev. Jonathan Simpson ordained by Dublin Presbytery
Death of Rev. James O'Hara, Portstewart
Hugh Farrell, Dungiven, killed at Downhill
John Murray, Swateragh, accidentally killed while cycling
Benjamin Disraeli made a Peer
John Gilmour, Dervock, executed at Belfast
Dedication of Roman Catholic Church, Ballintoy
Thomas Hughes, 13 years, drowned at Coleraine
Catherine McFall found dead on rocks at Ballycastle
Queen Victoria arrived in Dublin
Foundation stone of St. Patrick's Church, Coleraine, laid
Adam Clarke obelisk completed at Portrush
D. L. Moody, evangelist, addressed meetings in Coleraine
Thos. Walne killed on Giant's Causeway Tramway
Execution of Montgomery, Newtownstewart murderer
James Geady killed on railway near Maghera
Wm. Groves, Coleraine, drowned at Greenock
Rioting in Belfast, 16 killed, over 60 wounded
First sod Derry Central Railway turned
Miss McLean, of Coleraine, found dead in London hotel
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Cornelius Thompson accidentally killed at Carnanee
Great Earthquake in Japan
Sir Walter Scott landed at Portrush
Geo. McDermott fatally injured near Portrush
President McKinley shot at Buffalo
Prince Leopold visited Portrush
Sebastopol taken
Second Home Rule Bill rejected by Lords
Rev. A. Thompson ordained minister of Tobermore
Ferry disaster on the Foyle; 16 men & a child drowned
Ex-Primate Alexander died
Constabulary Station established at Portrush
Death of President McKinley
Alex. Herd won professional golf championship at Portrush
J. C. Neligan, Q.C., appointed Recorder of Co. Derry
Rev. Dr. Hall ordained minister of Maghera
Last Sunday service in Ballywillan Old Church
Assembly's & Magee Cols. empowered to grant Degrees in Divinity 1st Session of Northern Parliament opened 
First Orange Lodge formed
Thomas McAfee, J.P., Currysisken, died
Rev. R. McCammon ordained in Lecumpher Presbyterian Church
Rioting in Belfast, 4 killed, 50 injured
Lord Mountmorris murdered in Co. Galway
Lucknow relieved
John Adams, D.L., Ballydevitt, Aghadowey, died
Portrush Electric Tramway opened
Foundation stone of Clarke Memorial Church, Portrush, laid
Col. McNeile and coachman drowned near Ballycastle
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Professor Witherow ordained minister of Maghera
W. J. McVicker accidentally killed at Farrenlester
First American steamboat launched
Dr. A. M. Adams, J.P., Garvagh, died
Loughguile Castle blown up, Mrs. Macartney killed
Charles Stewart Parnell died
James Laughlin resigned managership Belfast Bank, Coleraine
Laird liner Rowan sunk in fog near Stranraer, 36 lives lost
Wm. B. Black, auctioneer, Ballycastle, died
Magee College, Derry, opened
St. Patrick's Church, Dungiven, dedicated
Rev. A. McMahon, Kilrea, implicated as United Irishman
J. Chamberlain addressed meeting Fair Hill, Coleraine
Rev. James McCann drowned at Ballycastle
Wm. Orr, United Irishman, hanged at Carrickfergus
Consecration of New Cemetery, Coleraine
Bernard Gillan killed on railway at Kilrea
Ballycastle railway opened for traffic
Dean Swift died
Explosion at Coleraine gasworks, man fatally injured
Limavady Technical School opened
Lady Macnaghten, Runkerry, died
Moneymore seized by the Irish
John Boyd, a boy, drowned at Coleraine wharf
Death of Daniel Gailey, Coleraine
W. J. Kerr, solicitor, drowned in Bann at Coleraine
Wm. Tweed fatally injured near Ballymoney
Rev. Joseph Dickey, Kilrea, died
Sarah Boyd burned to death at Coleraine
John McGildowny, D.L., Clare Park, Ballycastle, died
Surrender of Austria
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Coleraine Temperance Cafe opened
Prince of Orange born
Professor Smyth, M.P., for County Derry, died
Bushmills War Memorial unveiled
First sod of B. & N.C. Railway cut near Whitehouse
Rev. H. M. Butler resigned after 65 years' ministry
Very Rev. B. Farrelly, P.P., Ballymoney, died
King Edward VII. born
Oliver Goldsmith born
Railway from Portrush to Ballymena opened
W. J. Newton and D. Cochrane fatally injured at Coleraine
Rev. S. Wallace ordained minister of Drumreagh
St. Patrick's Church, Coleraine, restored
Suez Canal opened
Rev. John Lyle, Knocktarna, died
John Bright born
Duke of Wellington, buried
J. McVicker, Mosside, murdered by his nephew, who cmmttd suicide
State visit of Lord Dudley, Viceroy, to Coleraine
St. Mary's Church, Limavady, re-opened
First railway viaduct over Bann at Coleraine completed
John Knox died
Extensive fire at Bushmills Distillery
Princess Maud of Wales born
Two Hun Zeppelins brought down in England
Escape of James Stevens from Kilmainham
Death of John King, a famous Causeway guide
Siege of Drogheda commenced
Sir Henry Havelock died
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First number of the "Northern Constitution" published
Death of Alex. Crawford, Diamond, Coleraine
Three children burned to death near Swateragh
S.S. Templemore foundered at Ballycastle, 2 drowned
Death of John Montgomery, D.L., Benvarden
Thursday market opened in Coleraine
Four fishermen drowned at Portmoon
James Toner, a Kilrea boy, killed at Camus, near Coleraine
Disastrous gale in Coleraine district
Bishop O'Hara died at Coleraine
Miss Holland fell over cliffs at Giant's Causeway and was killed
Kildollagh Church consecrated
Great snowstorm in North Ulster, snow lay two weeks
Rev. H. M. Butler ordained at Magilligan
W. J. Megaw, J.P., Ballymoney, died
13 Apprentice Boys of Derry, shut the gates
John Buckle, Newry, found dead near Coleraine
Glasgow steamer "Islay" wrecked near Cushendall
Rev. C. Lynd, first minister of New Row Presbyterian Church, died
Rev. Jonathan Simpson, J.P., Portrush, died
Prince Consort buried
Escape of James Vaulls from Derry jail
Christmas Day
Hugh Morrison, Coleraine, died, aged 104
Death of Mrs. Houston, Coleraine Academical Institution
Henry Hamilton, The White House, Portrush, died
W. E. Gladstone born
Dr. Jameson's Raid
Gambetta died
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