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PEOPLE WHO NEED TO CONTACT ME - meems@marylennon.co.uk

Eileen Morrow - re: Lawrence Cregan, Francis Cregan Mary Anne Cregan born 1853
John Weir - re: John Loughlin, who had fought in WWI
Frances Walshe - re: Samuel O'Hara WW1 - I have amazing news for you Frances
Elizabeth (Granny) Dickson - re: Albert McCleary (Vicky Allen - you aren't answering your emails any more either)

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BELFAST STREET DIRECTORIES
DIRECTORIES ALREADY ONLINE

1805 complete     1806 complete     1807 complete    1808 complete   1819 complete
1843 complete     1852 complete     1861 complete    1868 streets only  1877 complete  1880 complete  1890 started
  1901 complete     1907  complete    1908 complete   
1910 complete    1918 complete   1943 streets only

Pigots 1824  Belfast  &  Bangor

1898 Newry Directory    -    1894 Waterford Directory & County Directory

1913 Telephone Directory - Belfast, Cork, Dublin

1959 List of All Belfast Streets with postal numbers and map

pages from assorted streets & years  and NEW assorted alpha names

Archived Lookups

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some humour from the directories in the form of strange and wonderful names

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Help Me Find My Ancestors Board

CLICK HERE and see if you can offer help with identifying any photographs and other requests for assistance...

Eddie Connolly is the man for help with Research

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Index of  'The Lost'

Index of 'Lost' Photographs

Hugh Marks of Kilkeel  *
An Old-Timer Talking

Addresses from Postcards

Photographs of Old Stuff, N.I. Towns, etc.

Newspaper Clippings

Derry and Antrim Yearbook 1941  &  1943

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THINGS WW1 & WW2

8th Belfast H.A.A. Regt.
aka the twelve mile snipers

Photos taken in St. Annes and Lansdowne Hotel of Burma Service

Nominal Rolls

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Lots of newspaper clippings, photographs, and memorabilia
see if you can spot a familiar face ?

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Colonel Harry Porter - An Appreciation

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DATABASE FOR ALL THOSE WHO SERVED IN WW1 & WW2

Boer War & WW1 Database -  Please Click Here

WW2  Database -  Please Click Here

If you have a relative who served in either of the World Wars
and was born in or lived in Northern or Southern Ireland
please add them to the database by emailing me at:

meems@marylennon.co.uk

Unknown no longer: thousands of WW1 dead could at last be identified

 
 

GENEALOGY & ASSORTED LINKS

Lots more Links here

War Links


 A Belfast based service - births, deaths, marriages, etc. 

Emerald Ancestors provides instant access to one of the largest collections of Irish genealogy records available, as well as a range of rare Ulster history book reprints

Lots and Lots and Lots of Extracts from newspapers and other resources

nearly 25,000 WW1 names from Presbyterian Church Rolls of Honour


War Graves Ulster Project
Nigel Henderson is part of a team that is going to photograph headstones for all WW1 and WW2 personnel who are recorded by CWGC as being buried in Ulster (nine counties). Please send details of any soldiers to Nigel at
wargravesulster@hotmail.com

 

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In April 2013 we found a box of old lantern slides in the organ loft of Alexandra Presbyterian Church.  The images were of soldiers and sailors in First World War uniforms.  Alexandra is made up of two congregations, that of York Street and Castleton Presbyterian Churches. Click here to find out more about the history of the church

Shortly I will post a full list of men from Castleton, with as much detail as I can.  I will also post a photo of each individual lantern slide.  Please do feel free to write in the comments box any clues, ideas, names or suggestions you have.  I will follow up every lead.

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Thanks and Acknowledgements

To my Brother for all his help in the design aspects of my site and his total patience with me.
If you like the look of this page, visit his site, he's good at this stuff :o)

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Edward Connolly - Who is encouraging, inspiring and always there, Thank you Eddie
Visit his website, he transcribes old newspaper articles and so much more. A great source of information

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Hugh Macartney - who very kindly lent me the 1843 Street Directory for transcribing,
all the way from Canada

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a special thank you to the person who gives me access to all his collections, he is responsible for 99.9% of everything you see on this site, he even goes out of his way to find more treasures for me to put online

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and a final Thank You to everyone who has made an entry in my Guest Book,
I love reading the messages, it's the perfect inspiration :o)


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