only one has a name - Crawford
they may not be all part of the same family as sometimes albums are bundled
together before they get put into auction
on this page 4 of 5 (Crawford)
Crawford - photos and postcards
An Auld Scotch Nicht on Board S.S. Britannia
Tuesday 26th July 1932
Whit we'll hae
Wee bits o' Appeteezers an' Hotch Potch o' Fruit Wi' Graipes intilt
Sit ticht an haud yer heid heich
Cockie Leekie as weel as Drumly Throuther
Mind the Jaups noo
Soles wi' Butter - Biled Cod wi' Oyster Sauce
Nae cauld faint hearted Doublings
Haggis wi' a' the Honours - Fillet Steaks oor ain Style
My but we're pechin noo
Cuts o' Beef wi' Reefort - Roasted Soo's Leg wi' Aipple Sauce
Though the Hindoo may deride thee
An' the Turk canna abide thee
I'll sit thee doon beside me
Honest wee Piggie
Champit Tatties - Greens an' ither Veegitables
Wee Chuckles Roastit an' Stecked wi' Brats
Oot wi' yer blades an' dinna ca canna
Soorocks an' Dockens wi' Tomatoes
Soutar Johnnie Puddin, Trimmlin Tam an' Tam o' Shanter Trifle
What does the utmost that he can will whiles dae mair
Sliders o' Frozen Puddin - Aipples an' Pears
Coffee an' ither Fizzin Drinks
I'll hae tae loosen anither yin
Gie's yer airm Sandy
1) Love from L. Rea. 13th June 1905. Postmarks Glenanne, Armagh &
Loughgilly. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough, Co. Antrim - My dear
Etta, Many thanks for pretty card. Mr. Dunwoody has got Mountmorris. My
Uncle the doctor is home now for a holiday, he has not been well. Give my
kindest regards to your ? & Father & with love to yourself, from Yours Lily
2) 23rd October 1905. Postmark Broughshane, Ballymena. To Miss Crawford,
Ruby Hill, Carnlough. Heard you were in Ballymena, would have written only
we thought you were at Seymore. Maggie sends her love & hopes you will send
her a card soon. When you were in Ballymena you might have come out a few
days, write soon J. W.?
1) 25th January 1904. Postmark Belfast. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Hoping you will like the card, yours was lovely, will write
soon, we must have another walk when I go back, with love Lizzie?
2) 3rd February 1904. Postmark Belfast. To Mrs. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Many happy returns of the day. Love to all. Hoping you will
like this card. From Janie
1) 23rd March 1904. Postmark Belfast. To Miss Etta Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Dear Etta, I am not going to pay you back just now even it
was you helped Jeannie with sending me such a Beautiful P.C. I was
glad to hear from you will write a long letter soon hoping you enjoyed your
holiday in the Braid wishing I had a been there. Hoping to see you at Easter
Glad to know that my boy is well.
2) 21st December 1903. Postmark Barb, Ont. To Miss Etta Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, County Antrim. Barb P.O. Dec. 19/03. Ontario, Canada. Dear
Etta, You will think I have forgotten all about you but that is not the
case. I am sending you this card, it is a very good view of Montreal. Have
you a very large collection. I have often thought of starting one but have
never got up courage. We are having lovely weather, clear and cold and any
amount of snow. I think you would imagine you were in Iceland if you came
over now. Hoping to hear from you soon. Lovingly Ethel
1) 1904. Postmark Glenanne. To Miss Etta Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough, Co.
Antrim. Dear Etta, This is a very small part of Warrenpoint, it looks pretty
well. I've seen several views of Glenarm & they looked splendid, at least
I'd think so at any rate. I hope you are all quite well. Lily Rea
2) 26th September 1904. Postmark Loughgilly. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Beatrice & I were at a lecture in Glenanne Orange
Hall on Friday night last, it was most interesting. Received card alright,
glad to know you reached Belfast safely. We had great rejoicings on Thursday
night, I'll give you more minute details by letter. Yours Lily
1) 2nd August 1905. Postmark Kingstown. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Dear E., How do you like the P.P.C.? Are you
collecting actresses? We are all collecting them. I think this is a splendid
one of "Marie! Yours H. G. Sorry to keep you so long waiting for a letter
but I have been very busy as the children are all on their holidays, but you
must forgive me, I will write a long letter on Sunday. Bell is home, she
will write soon. We were very sorry to hear about poor Mr. Eslers death, I
am sure Mrs. Esler must have felt it very much. We expect to remove very
soon, we might be going to live near Dublin, or Blackrock, the latter is
between Kingstown & Dublin. Dolly sends her love. How is your Mother? Give
her my best love. How are all the people in Glenarm & Carnlough? Yours H. G.
2) date unclear Postmark Broughshane. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. My Dear Etta, You will be a little surprised to see me paying you
a visit by post. I am afraid it will have to do in place of the Original as
my Holidays has went round rather quickly. I have enjoyed myself splendid
the weather has been lovely, the only thing I am sorry at is having to go
back to town again while this lovely weather lasts, perhaps if spared to
next year & all well I will get down to pay you a visit, Love to Mother &
Yourself with love from Lizzie
1) November Postmark Belfast. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough. From
31 Lothair Avenue, Antrim Road, Belfast. Many thanks for your card did not
get time to send you one before I left for home. Jane has gone to school she
says she likes it very well and will write to you before the end of the week
she sends you all her love not forgetting mine. Yours L. Martin
2) 4th October 1905. Postmark unclear could be Broughshane. To Miss E.
Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Have you got home yet? Thanks
for pretty cards you sent me when away. I'd have sent you one but did not
know your address. They have not got a minister for ? ? yet. Love from all
1) 4th February 1904. Postmark Broughshane, Ballymena. To Mrs. Crawford,
Ruby Hill, Carnlough. We arrived here safe and sound. Y.? S. was down
yesterday. I want to go up to R????? House to day but it is wet, perhaps I
will go up in the evening. Has Miss A. been up yet? Maggie is keeping
better. We are going into B???? some day soon. Write soon. With love from
2) 20th December 1906. Postmark Montreal. To Miss Etta Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, County Antrim, Ireland. Wishing you all a very merry Christmas &
Happy New Year. This square is just a short distance from where we live. X
is the college that Harold is going to. Best love from Ethel
1) February 1904. Postmark Belfast. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Lizzie and I had a letter from Jeannie and told us that you were
in the Braid. Write soon and tell us all the Braid news. Lizzie sends her
love to you. Expecting to hear from you soon. Give Auntie and Uncle my love,
not forgetting yourself. Hoping you are all well, with love from Janie
2) 5th April 1904. Postmark Castlederg, Co. Tyrone. To Miss Crawford, Ruby
Hill, Carnlough, Co. Antrim Very many thanks for parcel, will write a
long letter in a few days, awfully busy until after the 6th inst. Hope you
are quite well, much love, Marie
1) 13th February 1904. Postmark Belfast. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. We had a letter from Mary last week. What do
you do with yourself these cold winters evenings, we are hardly ever out, it
is so cold. I will have to get over to Jeannie cos I have a book she lent me
& I have it finished. Hoping you will this card. Many thanks for yours, glad
to know that ours pleased you. You may expect a long letter from Jeannie and
I on Saturday first. Jeannie? sends her love to all. Love Lizzie
2) 14th October 1904. Postmark Belfast. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Larne. We received your letter the other day & was glad to hear
you were all well. Mother is very bad with influenza cold. I think I must be
taking it too my throat feels very sore at present. How are you getting
along with your post card collection. I have between 30 & 40 "not bad" It is
quite true about Mrs. Gourley being married. I shall tell you more about it
when I write. In the meantime send me a nice P.C. Mother was down at the
Grove from Friday till Sunday last. Love to Uncle & Auntie from Jennie
Crawford. You n=might come up Friday "Halloween"
1) 4th December 1903. Postmark Belfast. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. I suppose you are making preparations of Xmas
by this time. The weather has been lovely this last two or three day with
frost but it is raining again to-day. They say we are going to have an Ideal
Christmas with snow this year. I do hope we will have, it would be lots
better than rain, have you ever felt lonely since Jeannie came away, any
fears since the dark evening came in. I will never forget the night we had
after we came from your Aunts with Samuel. Any word of you coming up to
Belfast to see us, I am sure you would enjoy being in Town now as the Shop
windows are lovely, they are worth going down town to see, did you get the
P.C. from E. D. yet. Yours Lizzie.
2) 2nd September 1903. Postmark Belfast. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Larne. I hope you got your belt alright. I was expecting a
post card from you. Do you like this one? Is Aunty mcC with you @ present. I
was at a great cinematograph display one night last week, it was grand. I
saw the King & Queen in it far better than we did that day. Saw them
unveiling the Victoria Statue, you never saw the photo. Miss S. across the
road is to be married to day by special licence. I was out at Mrs. Halls to
day. Myrtle was nearly dead with pneumonia. Send me a card soon. With love
from Jennie Crawford
1) 4th September 1905. Postmark Coleraine. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Kind regards to all. from M. ?owl?
2) 27th August 1904. Postmark Largs. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. My dear I thought you would like a Largs Card
amongst your collection. Hoping F. & M. are well and love to your dear wee
self. I. A.
3) 25th August 1905. Postmark Ballymena. To Miss Crawford, Nr. Carnlough,
Co. Antrim. Thanks for the postcard that you sent me, it was a very
nice one. I hope that you are all well and Miss Wilson. Sam Owens
4) 25th July 1907. Postmark Belfast. To Mrs. Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough.
Arrived here all right. Auntie was working for me, am going this morning to
Dublin. Will write later on. ???
5) 2nd ? 1907. Postmark Broughshane, Ballymena. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. If all be well expect to be down on Thursday if weather
favourable. Aunt Mary
6) 3rd September 1907. Postmark Glenarm. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Very many thanks for photo, I value it very much. Yes I was
sorry I missed my boy but he got another Etta which was as good. He wants us
to come down any evening it suits us. He was here last night & I'm sure was
wet through going down. I tried to get out this evening to Ruby Hill but it
was too wild. I'll go to the Braid the week after. Etta D.
7) 2nd September 1907. Postmark ? Dublin. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby
Hill, Carnlough, via Larne. Having a good time here to-day. Harry
sends his love. May
8) 22nd June 1904. Postmark Belfast. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough,
Larne. (Wednesday) Dear Etta, Mother left home to-day for Foxhall, so
you may expect to see her at Ruby Hill Friday or Saturday first. It will
likely be Saturday. I had a letter from Jeannie, she says she intends going
to Carnlough next week so you will have a good time, perhaps you will cycle
up here together, if not I will expect you up when Mother is coming. I hope
your visitors will have good weather. Love to all. From Jennie
1) 9th January or June or July 1904. Postmark Broughshane, Ballymena.
To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough. Dear Etta, I arrived home
safely about half past seven, it was dreadful stormy. I suppose you will
have got Mothers P.C., you can imagine how I felt when Mother said she had
written & did not expect me. I was very near going back. The men are very
busy with the hay. Yours ?? ?? Love to Auntie & Uncle, hoping to hear from
2) 10th September 1904. Postmark Dunbar? To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. My dear, I thought you would like a P.C. of
Dunbar, this pretty view & ??ck is very near Dunbar. I hope you are well,
also F. & M. This is a delightful old town, very bracing.
3) No date or Postcode. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough, Co. Antrim.
My dear ? I am sure you are looking for this before now. I tried to get
Marlboro' House but couldn't, well, we are settled down once more. We are
having beautiful weather. It is lovely walking out in here. I suppose you
went home same Monday. It turned out a nice day. I was tired when I got this
length that night. I hope you are feeling well after your holiday. Shall
send P.C. when they come in. This is a beautiful building. Write Soon & tell
me all the latest. Hope Auntie & Uncle are well. Love Janie
4) 16th October 1905. Postmark Ballymena. To Miss Crawford, Carnlough.
I thought this would be a nice postcard for your album. K. Regards from
Father & myself. Yours Samuel
5) 10th May 1905. Postmark Ballymena. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Dear Etta, We want you up a week soon. School commences on
Monday, you will be company for mother while we are at school. A. L. Esler
6) 8th August 1904. Postmark Conway. To Miss Etta Crawford, Carnlough P.O.,
County Antrim. We are at Conway on our way to Castle & as they are
waiting for me at store? door? I can't write much, but will write to you
when I get home. Enjoyed Killaney very much. With love M. M. R.
7) 28th July 1904. Postmark Belfast. To Miss Etta Crawford, Ruby Hill,
8) 14th January 1909. Postmark Carncastle, Co. Antrim. To Miss Crawford,
Ruby Hill, Carnlough. I hope you are all well as this leaves us both
so. Yours Respectfully L. C.
1) May 1904. Postmark Ballymena. To Mrs. Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough.
Dear M. of Friday be a good day, I expect to be home. We are having nothing
but ??? I was in B. on Wed. and got caught in the rain. I saw Mary McC. She
has got a bike. Bob is not home yet and is much the same. Dr.? Buick is
dead, he died in Damascus.
2) 8th September 1904. Postmark Loughgilly. To Mrs. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Antrim. Lough Gilly. Dear ? I arrive here all right
yesterday. Mrs. Rea met us at the Station. The children look just the same
... ..... Love to all, don't do too much. St???
3) 22nd November ?? Postmark Loughgilly. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. My Dear Etta, Rec'd letter alright. Hope you're
all quite well. I'll write to you in a few days. Love from all, Lily Rea
4) 11th May 1905. Postmark Belfast. To Miss Etta Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. How are you getting on with your Post Card
Collection. I will write you in a day or two & let you know how our Sale of
Work came off. Hoping you are all well. Yours F. Bell
5) 5th September 1905. Postmark Castletown Bearhaven Bantry. To Miss
Crawford, Ruby Hill Cottage, Carnlough, Co. Antrim. c/o Divisional Officer,
4 U Coast? Guard, Castletown, Berehaven, Co. Cork. Dear Etta, Just a
line to let you know we arrived here on Sunday. Very pretty place but rather
quiet. Love from Belle?
6) 20th October 1904. Postmark Loughgilly. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. My dear Etta, Rec'd. your very nice card
alright, was glad to get a glimpse of the old spot again. Mama tells me to
say to you not to forget to send us a photo. We have got a new horse, we had
a drive to Newry yesterday. All the Glenanne folk also Miss Hale & L. Miller
wish to be remembered. yours
7) 8th October 1904. Postmark Loughgilly. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Rec'd your letter alright, was glad to see by
it you got home safe. All the Glenanne folk also Mr. & Mrs. Hale wish to be
remembered to you. Johnnie & the Mrs. made their appearance at Mountmorris
on Sunday & had the pleasure of hearing Mr. Dale preach. Lily Rea Hope to
hear from you soon, your loving friend Lily
8) 27th June 1908. Postmark Ballymena. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Many thanks for P. card received. Our B Class
is spending the day here. It is a pretty place. The day is beautiful. With
love ? E. Crawford
1) 12th August 1904. Postmark Ballymena. To Mrs. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Laymore. I am here at present and intend going to Rocavaw?
this evening. How are you getting along. If it keeps ? to day I may go to
Gracehill. You may expect a parcel by Gibson's Car, this are all in their
2) 4th August 1904. Postmark Helen's Bay, Co. Down. To Mrs. Crawford, Ruby
Hill, Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Bells Hill Cottage, Helen's Bay.
You will think me a good while of writting (writing) but I was not much
settled since I left Glenarm as we were coming to Helens Bay for this month
its a very nice place. I was in Bangor today. This Card is Lord Dufferens' (Dufferins)
House, it is 3 miles from here, we are for walking it on Thursday. I am
well, hoping M & Miss Crawford and yourself are the same. E will be likely
down this week. M. E. Brown. I was up in Hannah Turtles last Sunday,
she was asking how you all were/ I seen Mrs. Crawford the Sunday before, we
were down in Mt? Potinger (Pottinger). Aunt (3 initials) S. E. L. maybe?
3) December 1905? Postmark Loughgilly? To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Monday. My dear Etta, Many thanks for cuttings,
rec'd. this morning, will write in a few days. I saw the account of your
cinematograph in the paper. My last song is " The Flight of Ages." I am very
fond of it, your soiree? has been early as there have not been any here yet.
Love to Mrs. C. & self. Yours Lily
4) 12th April 1904. Postmark Broughshane, Ballymena. To Miss Etta Crawford,
Ruby Hill, Carnlough. Dear Etta, I was in town a Saturday and I was
asking Mr. Barley/Bamley for some patterns, he told me Mr. Chapman would be
travelling to Carnlough on Thursday, he is for calling up at your house and
then you would see all the patterns and The price. I gave him your adress
(address) I will be getting my dress again Saturday. Mary went away this
morning again, Mother and I is very busy now cutting potatoes and working, I
wish you were up to help us, write soon. Maggie
5) September 1905? Postmark Belfast. To Mrs. Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough.
89 Duncairn Gardens, Belfast, Tuesday. So sorry that we had not time to call
with the little basket, but left it in a shop in the village, Reside is the
name, hoping you will be able to get it alright, yours sincerely L. Martin
6) June 1904. Postmark Belfast. To Mrs. Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough.
We three are enjoying ourselves. Will stay as long as our money lasts. We
are not a bit tired. Didn't we get a lovely day. Etta Wilson & Mack? Etta
Crawford hu mour?
7) 1st April 1905. Postmark Loughgilly. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. My dear Etta, Thanks for the pretty card. Is
your cousin still with you? The weather has been very bad here lately,
perhaps it is good down with you. I had a letter from Miss E. W. a short
time ago. Mr. Dale will be leaving 2nd week or so in April, so you will
understand the nature of the letter. Remember me to all, yours
affectionately, Lily Rea
8) 24th February 1910. Postmark Beeding, Sussex. To Miss M. Esler,
Ruby Hill, Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Having very wet weather these last
few days. Dryed up nicely yesterday evening, went out a long walk towards
Henfield. Forgot to send patterns in letter, shall try & remember them next
letter. Has skirt finished, looks all right. Hope Uncle is better & that all
others are well. What sort of weather are you having. How is the flowers
getting along. Had a letter from Auntie last night. Hoping to see you all
soon, all being well. Love to all. from Mother xxxxx Etta shall know this
view all right.
1) 21st June 1905? Postmark Belfast. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough.
Dear Etta, I am sure you are thinking I have forgotten you. J. C. was over
here yesterday evening (Mon.) Lizzie and I were at Mr. Dywers on Saturday,
we enjoyed ourselves grand, we were out for a row in a boat. Our S.S.
excursion was on the 19th June to Kilroot, I was at it, it will not be long
now until the holidays, when will the Regatta be this year. I saw E. W. at
church one Sunday evening but did not get speaking to her, Mr. B. was not
there that evening, I am sure she was sorry. from loving Cousin Janie. Give
Uncle and Auntie my Love also yourself. Hope you are all well. Lizzie sends
2) 11th April 1904. Postmark Broughshane, Ballymena. To Miss Crawford, Ruby
Hill, Carnlough. My dear Etta, We were awful sorry we were not down to
help eat the rhubarb pie. I wish you had been here last Tuesday to have seen
the grand hunt, there were about thirty riders. A few ladies they all came
past the door & went up the big hill. We have not had any more recitation?
since you left. I suppose you have your album filled. Write soon
3) 11th May 1904. Postmark Ballymena. To Mrs. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Got home all right, was expecting a letter from Etta. I. or
J. C. is here still, but is going away this week. Hoping to hear from you
soon. I. or J.
4) 26th July 1905. Postmark Larne. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough,
Larne. Dear Etta, I am on my way to Forhall? I think you may expect me
round either in the one oclock car or the six oclock on Saturday. I hope you
wont be away. I received your P.C. last night, Jennie C.
5) 5th March 1904. Postmark Broughshane, Ballymena. To Mrs. Crawford, Ruby
Hill, Carnlough. Dear Aunt, I suppose you will feel a little lonely
some times without Etta, she is down in the Harton? since Tuesday evening.
Aunt Maggie & Mother is up at Tolough today quilting, Etta, Jennie & I is
invited to A. McCurdy's this evening, it is lovely weather here now, you
need not be expecting Etta home for a while yet. I don't hear tell of any
thing fresh, remain your neice (niece) Maggie.
6) 2nd May 1904. Postmark Ballymena. To Mrs. Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough.
Dear M. I hope you got home all right and got all your parcels. M. and I
went to the nursey (nursery) & got the rhubarb & had a lovely pie yesterday.
They are all a good deal better of the cold. Dick is going to Ballygilly? to
day for plants & will see Bob. I'll be home the first fine day in the later
end of the week. Are you Spring cleaning yet? No more at present, yours
7) 10th August 1907. Postmark Belfast. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Received letter this morning for which many
thanks. Come in to town today & stay the night. I suppose I'll be home about
? today. E. Please send me up one of your sticky backs sure now. A. Storey.
18 St. Ives Gardens
8) 6th December 1906. Postmark Glen???? To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Excuse long delay. Hoping you're all well as this leaves us
all in good health. It was sudden about Mrs. Sheriff of Carncastle, she
didn't last long. John was down in Carnlough but he hadn't time to call to
see yous. But hoping your all in good health, love to all From your friend
I. Sheriff (write soon)
1) 21st February 1907. Postmark Belfast. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. My dear Etta, Best Birthday Greetings. I am sure you will
be thinking I have forgotten you all. I hope Auntie & Uncle are well also
yourself. With Love from your Loving Cousin Janie
2) 21st February 1908. Postmark Belfast. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Dear Etta, Received your letter allright, was longing for
one from you. Had a very good night at C. - was home shortly before 6 next
morning. Will write soon & tell you all. I have to get my photo taken in
Sticky backs again. Will send you one. I am going to order another dozen. I
hope all are well. With love to all. Janie
3) 5th September 1905. Postmark Belfast. To Miss Etta Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. For your collection, F. Bill. write soon
4) 17th February 1905. Postmark Belfast. To Mr. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Dear Uncle, I wish you many happy returns of the day. I am
sure you were thinking you were not going to hear from Tootles again. How is
Auntie Etta and yourself. Hope you are all well. From your loving neice
(niece) Tootles. Love from all to all.
5) 2? February 190? Postmark Loughgilly. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Many thanks for card, rec'd. a few days ago. I
was in Armagh on Friday & got a tooth drawn. I'm going to a concert on the
21st & to Sullyallen Soiree on March 11th. B. Fisher has gone to a situation
near Lurgan. Remember me to Mr. & Mrs. C. & accept love from Lily
6) 18th January 1905. Postmark Newry. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. My dear Etta, Thanks for nice P.C. I'm stopping
in Newry for a few days. Yesterday was wet but todays nice and frosty. Your
old friend Lily. Beatrice & I have just been out seeing a wedding, its a
lovely day for one.
7) 8th March 1905. Postmark Ballymena. To Mrs. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Wednesday. I am just coming from Laymore, all just the
same. Don't know when I will get home as weather is so bad, have to walk
from B.Shane. Hoping to hear from you soon, With love to all. Your loving
8) June 1908. Postmark Warrenpoint, Co. Down. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Am in Warrenpoint today. Weather lovely. Love
to you all. from Lily
1) 31st December 1905. Postmark Belfast. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Wishing you a very happy & prosperous New Year.
2) 11th April 19?4. Postmark Broughshane, Ballymena. To Miss Crawford, Ruby
Hill, Carnlough. Dear Etta, Thanks for kind invitation down to
Carnlough. I would very much like to accept it but I am afraid I must
reserve the pleasure till later on, perhaps if I am here till after the crop
is in they might take us down to the seaside for a drive. Do you think
you'll be able to get up to Belfast soon? Love to Uncle & Auntie from ever
3) 20th October 1905? Postmark Belfast. To Mrs. A. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Friday. You may expect me home tomorrow afternoon perhaps
F. will be down to meet me. Was at the market today, I am getting lovely
weather. With love E.
4) 27th June 1907. Postmark Belfast. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough.
My dear Etta. I am sure you are looking for a P.C. before this. Many thanks
for your P.C. I have got my holidays today 6 weeks. The Hagins are going to
Glenarm. I think they are going on Wednesday. I am going home on Saturday. I
hope Uncle Aunt and yourself are well. Give them my love. Love to yourself.
Janie. I hope to see you all soon. Your loving Cousin. Janie
5) 23rd March 1906. Postmark Londonderry. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Dear E. I have been long of fulfilling my
promise. I hope Mr. & Mrs. C. are well. You were at "The Bay" recently.
Carnlough will be beginning to look its best now and so you are going to
have another entertainment. With best wishes E. or G. R. A. c/o Miss Mills,
Balloughans, L. Derry 26.3.06
6) No date or postmark. To Etta Crawford. 13th August 1907. "Holidays
over busy once again" The colouring on this card is very pretty, don't you
think so, this is something new in colour printing for P.C. Hoping you are
all quite well. Eddie
7) 2? March 1905? Postmark Belfast. To Mrs. Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough.
Dear Auntie, I am sure you are thinking I have forgotten you, all the
Schools got a holiday on Friday. Hope Uncle, Etta and yourself are well.
Give my love to all & yourself. From your Loving Neice (Niece) Janie M??
8) 22nd September 1905. Postmark Larne Harbour. To Alex. Crawford Esq., Ruby
Hill, Carnlough. Thanks for yours of 20th. I shall be glad to see Mr,
Newlands when he calls. With Kind regards, yours truly. James Sutherland
1) 13th September 1903. Postmark Londonderry. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Ballougans. Dear Etta, This is a very pretty
waterfall. I spent a very happy afternoon there lately. Hope your Father &
Mother and Self are well. E. A.
2) 17th December 1905. Postmark Belfast. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. This is where I am landed, enjoying myself well, going to a
party tonight. Hoping to see you soon after I return. L. S. Adison?
3) 10th March 1904. Postmark Broughshane, Ballymena. To Mrs. Crawford, Ruby
Hill, Carnlough. Dear Mama, I was very glad to hear from you. I am
half persuaded to stay until the beginning of the week. J. is not sure if
she will get or not, she and I were invited to Mrs. Whites yesterday, we
enjoyed ourselves very well. M. McCurdy wants me to go to Broughshane Church
with her on Sunday, she is going with Mrs. McMaster. Uncle Sam is nearly
better. I am sure I will be home in the beginning of the week. This is such
lovely weather I could stay long enough.
4) 29th August 1903. Postmark Glenarm. To A. Crawford Esq., Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. If you haven't got your "Fly" by this time, He's too fly
for both of us.
5) 5th April 1907. Postmark Loughgilly. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim. My dear Etta, Thanks for Card. Mother was down
in Crumlin since Wednesday & came home today. Father came also, home for
good. The weather has been lovely lately. Is Mrs. C. home yet? I'm sure she
had a good time. J. Hale is here at present. Love from Lily, write soon
6) December. Postmark Belfast. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough.
Lizzie (This) & I are just taking the chance of sending a PC to you this wet
evening. It has been very heavy frost all week until today. I suppose you
have a good many PC now. Love to all. Hoping you are all well. Give Auntie &
Uncle my love, From Janie xxxx
7) May 1903 or 8. Postmark Lou?????. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill, Carnlough,
Co. Antrim. Tuesday. Today is very wet here. I went to Newry by train
& got home at 5.30. We had two very warm days last week. How are Mr. & Mrs.
Crawford? Love to you all from Lily
8) 20th February 1905. Postmark Belfast. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Dear Etta, I wish you many happy returns of the day. I hope
you will like this P.C. Hope you are all well. We all join in sending out
Love to all. From your Loving Cousin Janie
1) 4th February 190? Postmark Broughshane, Ballymena. To Miss Crawford, Ruby
Hill, Carnlough. Monday. Many thanks for your pretty card, it is a
splendid view of the Hall. Many thanks for your kind invitation but I will
wait until the weather improves, as it is unbearable at present. Grandma is
still with us & we are expecting Auntie of Belfast down to see her before
she goes home. Old Robert Shaw is dead & buried. We hear tonight that a
little girl of ? J. Rea is dead, she was at school on Friday, the Dr. said
it was blood poison, she is six years of age. With love, Janie
2) 28th May 1906. Postmark Ballymoney. To Miss Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough. Isn't this nice? You see I'm enjoying myself down here
today, might get home tomorrow. E. Wilson
3) 16th January 1905. Postmark Kingstown. To Miss E. Crawford, Ruby Hill,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim, Ireland. Hope you are well? Will write you a
long letter in a few days. Walter came home yesterday morning, we did not
expect him so soon, he came before we were up in the morning. Send me a
P.P.C. soon. Love to your Mother & Father, Yours etc. Hilda. am awfully
busy, but will write soon.
28th April 1947 Postmark Carnlough, Co. Antrim & 3
April 1947 Sidney Man
Miss Jean Esler, Ruby Hill, Carnlough, Co. Antrim, Ireland (scored out)
c/o Mr. Bonnar, Ballycraigy, Carnmoney, Belfast
From J. Hood, Sidney, Manitoba, Canada
The Duke shaking hands with Mrs. Duncan on arrival at Lennymore farm
At the farm of Mr. Ian Duncan, Lennymore, Crumlin, where the Duke inspected
the stock and farm buildings. H.R.H. interested in an Ayrshire heifer. With
him is Mr. Duncan
Before leaving Mr. Duncan's farm the Duke planted a tree to commemorate his
Saturday 11th December 1920
1, 2, 3) (not local) Late Dr. W. A.
McKee, Thousands Pay Last Respects at Graveside, Long Procession - The
remains of the late Councillor Dr. William Andrew McKee, aged 38, who passed
away at his residence, Orford House, on Thursday week, and whose life story
appeared in our last issue, were laid to rest at Warrington Cemetery on
Monday afternoon. The body had lain in state during the weekend, the room
being visited by hundreds of mourners. The occasion was one for a remarkable
demonstration of affection by the people of Warrington as a whole. The
funeral procession, leaving Orford House, traversed Hallfields Road, Orford
Avenue, Orford Lane, Horsemarket Street, Market Gate, Buttermarket Street,
Church Street and Manchester Road to the Cemetery. All the miles of the
route were lines with spectators, these in some parts standing four deep,
and many were seen to be weeping. Manchester Road was thronged with people;
while in the Cemetery there were upwards of six thousand women, and patrols
of police, under Supt. W. Hodgkiss and Inspector Hewitt were necessary to
keep the paths clear for the cortege to pass. There were three great loads
of wreaths, and many of the crowds also carried floral offerings which they
afterwards laid on the grave.
The Mourners. The officiating clergy were the Revs. G. P. Wallace (pastor of
St. John's Presbyterian Church). A service was held in the Cemetery H. Ogden
(pastor of Golborne Street Baptist Church). A service was held in the
Cemetery Chapel, before the cortege proceeded to the graveside. The chief
mourners were :- Mrs. McKee (widow) and Ruth their little daughter, Mesdames
Collins and Makant (sisters-in-law), Mrs. Fairburn (aunt), Mr. Black, Nurse
Rowe, Doctors J. Martin, Taylor and Lydon, Messrs. Woolridge, Power, Woods,
T. Robertson, W. Mather, Bailey, W. Cherry, J. Naylor and Dan MacGregor (who
was his unsuccessful opponent at the November elections). Dr. Bamforth was
unable to be present. The Warrington Corporation were represented by: The
Mayor (Councillor Robert Henshall), Aldermen Arthur Bennett, James Evans,
David Tinnion, John Wilkinson and John Pemberton; Councillors W. C. Brooks,
T. Chantler, J. C. Craik, G. Dale, P. Delaney, J. Dickenson, S. Gough, J.
Halliwell, F. Lindley, J. T. Locker, D. Plinston and H. Trepess; Messrs. A.
T. Hallaway (town clerk), T. H. Spinks (deputy town clerk), James Houghton
(deputy borough treasurer), Matthew A. Pierey (deputy borough surveyor),
James Gray (water engineer), John McAdam (chief Librarian), Richard Price
(assistant director of education), Richard Whitfield (parks superintendent),
W. Thomas (police court missioner), and Robert Young (cemetery registrar).
Insurance Committee: Messrs. Wm. Bibby (chairman), A. Tilling (secretary),
F. E. Penketh and S. Brocklehurst. Clergy: The Revs. B. Percival (vicar of
St. Peter's), James Davies (vicar of St. Ann's), and G. Vale Owen (vicar of
Orford). Medical Practitioners: Drs. D. Ferguson and J. S. Manson
(Medical and Panel Committee), W. J. Peacocke, Martin, Liston, Leonard and
Bennett. Board of Guardians: Councillor Brooks, Mrs. E. Starkey, Mr. Herbert
Hayes, Mr. Arthur Bottomley (Clerk) and Dr. Peacocke (medical officer)
Conservation Association: Messes. Henry Collin, G. H. Smith, Walter Sutton,
W. H. Bellian, W. L. Williams, Henry Bridge, George Waywell, W. H. Potter,
F. Roughley, Arthur Ashton, Thomas Chantler, R. Sumner, J. J. Hands, J.
Edwards, J. W. Plinston, J. Wright, T. E. Baine, Reuben Bennett and A.
Moores Junior Conservatives: Messrs. W. Millman, F. Lightfoot, Thomas
Finch and W. Mather. Women's Unionist Association: Misses Sophie
Taylor and Bradshaw, Mesdames Bowen, Baker, Birchall, Powell, Milner, Peter
Berry, Joseph Smith, Webb, Woolstencroft, Burton, Jones, Pinder, Winter,
Freeman, Gibson, Starkey, Podmore, Peacock, Jowett, Houghton and Moores.
Salvation Army: Commandant David Forrest (in charge), Bandmaster J. Lee, and
Messrs, George Ayres (treasurer), W. Jones (secretary) and John Siddle.
Others present included: Messrs. G. Walker, J.P., Thomas S. Steel, Henry
Houghton and Walter Dennett. Mr. Hugh F. Greenough, of Heathside, had charge
of the funeral arrangements. The Wreaths. Wreaths were received,
among others, from: Wife and daughter Ruth, the Mayor and Mayoress (Coun.
Robert and Mrs. Henshall), Mr. Harold Smith, M.P., and Mrs. Smith; Sir
Gilbert and Lady Greenall, Mr. and Mrs. George Formby, Dr. Taylor, "Cissie,"
the Warrington Medical and Panel Committee, the members of the Orford War
Memorial Committee, the members of St. John's Presbyterian Church, the
Warrington Conservative Association, Mr. Herbert Hayes, the members of the
Conservative Club, the Warrington women's Unionist Association, the
Committee of the Orford Women's Unionist Association, the members of the
Junior Conservative Tontine Club, the associates and members of the Orford
Girls' Friendly Society, the members of the Orford Girls' Friendly Society
Tennis Club, James Newton and Sons, Newton Division nominees Unionist
Association, the village people of Orford, the customers of the Hawthorne
Hotel, Messrs. Hankey and Duckworth, Messrs. W. Mortimer and Co., "The
Mount," Orford; the Rev. G. P. and Mrs. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Podmore and E.
Chapman, Mrs. T. Howell and family, Mrs. Hill and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Russel, Mr. and Mrs. W. Palin, Mr. and Mrs. T. Lang, Mr. and Mrs. W. Power,
Mr. and Mrs. Woolridge and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hawthorne, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Naylor of "The Priory," the Naylor family, Mrs. Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Booth, Mr. and Mrs. Morrissey, "the Dewars and
McDonalds," Mr. and Mrs. Berry, Mrs. M. Eckersley and family, Misses W. and
M. Orton, Mrs. M. E. Taylor, a little patient H. Higham, Mrs. Hadcroft,
"Mrs. Wilson, Ida and Reg"; Mr. and Mrs. Burrows, Dr. and Mrs. Martin and
family, T. Brown, Dr. and Mrs. A. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. S. Short and
family, Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Liston, Mr. and Mrs. D. Collins, Mr. and Mrs.
Oxley and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Williams, Mrs. Newton and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mather, "Dorothy and
Eva Mather," Mr. and Mrs. Irwin, "Mr. and Mrs. T. Roberts and Ethel," Mr.
and Mrs. G. Starkey, Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Jenks and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Walters, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rigby and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. McCormick, Mr.
and Mrs. D. Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. F. Black, Mr. and Mrs. W. Povey, Mr. and
Mrs. Legge, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Shaw and family, Mr. and Mrs. F. Bolton, Mr.
and Mrs. Rostance, Mr. and Mrs. S. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey, Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Burns, Mr. J. Fair and family, Mrs. B. R. Rogers and family, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Williams and family, Mrs. T. Sringer, Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawless, Mr. and Mrs. Wood, Mrs. and Dr. Bamforth and family,
Mrs. Antrobus, Mr. W. Cherry and family, Dr. and Mrs. Gandhi, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Sherlock, Mr. and Mrs. Smalley, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moorgeld and family,
Mrs. W. Holbrook and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes and
Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Boothroyd and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Pilling, Mr. and Mrs. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. E. Cunnington and family,
Mr. and Mrs. D. Peacock and baby, Mrs. Cragg, Mrs. Fox, Mrs. Howarth, Mrs.
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. G. Guest, the Rev. D. H. Snelling, "Hilda M. Rogers,"
Miss Sophie Taylor, "George Higham," Mr. and Mrs. Wood, the neighbours of
Anne Street, Scott Street (two), Chester Street, Cobden Street, Chorley
Street, Forshaw Street, Vere Street, St. Peter's Place and Margaret Street,
Birchall Street, Laira Street, sharp Street (two), Winifred Street (two),
Battersby Lane, Orford Lane, Hardy Street, Hamilton Street, Clegg Street,
Earle Street, the patients of John Street and the patients and friends of
Brooklands Street. Council's Tribute. The announcement of Dr.
McKee's death was received with regret at the Council meeting on Tuesday and
a resolution of condolence with the widow was carried in silence, the
members standing. The Mayor said they were met under the sense of a deep,
dramatic and tragically sudden loss; Dr. McKee, a member of the Council for
ten years, had passed away since their last meeting. They remembered the
extraordinary tribute of esteem and affection of the constituents in St.
John's Ward on November 1st, when Dr. McKee gained such a decisive victory.
That was a tribute of whole-hearted affection to a man who had always
considered others more than himself. It was the irreducible minimum of fact
to say that he laid down his life for his patients. Few men had enshrined
themselves so completely in the hearts of those with whom they had come in
touch as had Dr. McKee. He laid himself on the Altar of duty and gave
himself for others. Though he lived to be but 39 years of age it was as well
to remind ourselves that... We live in deeds not years, In thoughts, not
breaths. A Memorial. A meeting at which several influential
local gentlemen attended was held in the Golborne Street Baptist school room
on Wednesday, when it was decided to hold a public meeting in St. Peter's
schoolroom, John Street, at 8 o'clock, next Friday, to discuss the question
of a permanent memorial to Dr. McKee. At the meeting on Wednesday it was
suggested that the memorial take the form of some endowment at the
Infirmary. The Rev. G. P. Wallace presided.
4, 5) Births,
Marriages, Deaths. Marriages. (not local)
Hill - Hughes -
November 6th, at St. Simeon's Church, Philadelphia Pa, N.S., America,
Albany, Wm. Thos. Hill, only son of the late Prof, W. H. Hill, of Trinity
Chapel School, Broadway, New York City, America, and Mrs. Emily H. Hill,
"Cedar Villas," 240 Thelwall Lane, Latchford, to Elizabeth Alice Hughes,
second daughter of Mrs. M. E. Hughes, second daughter of Mrs. M. E. Hughes,
late of 136 Cartwright Street, Warrington
Kitchen - Hunt - On the 10th inst., at the Parish
Church, Warrington, by the Rev. F. E. d'A. Willis, Albert, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Kitchen, of 41, Bewsey Street, to Ethel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.
Hunt, of 112 Padgate Lane
Ayres - On December
8th, 1920, at 91 Orford Lane, Warrington, Janey, the dearly beloved wife of
George Ayres, aged 53 years
Bridgwater - Joseph Bridgwater, of "Sylfaen," Old
London Road, Stockton Heath, the dearly beloved husband of Eleanor Adelaide
Bridgwater, who passed to the Higher Life, Saturday, December 4th, 1920, and
was interred at Runcorn Cemetery on Tuesday, December 7th
Longworth - On December 8th, at 51, Orford Lane,
Jane Longworth, aged 61 years
Nunnerley - On December 7th, at 72, Lovely Lane,
William Nunnerley, aged 69 years
Pearson - On December 8th, at "Ferndale,"
Fearnhead, Padgate, James Stothart Pearson, late manager of the Queen's,
Orford Lane. Funeral will take place on Monday, the 13th inst., at 2.30, at
Baker - On loving
memory of our dear daughter Clara, who passed away on the 9th December,
1915, at the age of 40 years. Also her husband, Samuel James Baker, who
passed away on the 22nd December, 1905. From Mr. and Mrs. A. Tilling and
Ethel, 27 Walton Crescent, Lower Walton
Billingham - In loving memory of our dear
brother, Thomas Myatt Billingham, registered surveyor, who died in the Fiji
Islands December 6th, 1918. Always remembered by his Sister and
Brother, 104 Lovely Lane, Warrington
Clare - In loving memory of our dear mother,
Frances Clare, who died December 12th, 1918. 'Tis just two years since that
sad day, When one we loved was called away; When days are dark, and friends
are few, 'Tis then, dear mother, we long for you. "Sadly missed by all", 41
Dalton Bank, Warrington
Clare - In loving memory of our dear mother,
Frances Clare, who died December 12th, 1918. Also our brother John, who died
February 25th, 1920. They are gone, but not forgotten, Never shall their
memory fade, Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger, Round the spot where they
are laid. Fondly remembered by Lily and Albert, 13 Dalton Bank, Warrington
Fitton - In loving remembrance of the 30th
birthday of our dear brother Stanley, who died in France, 12th December,
1918. We who loved him sadly miss him, As it dawns another year, In the
lonely hours of thinking, Thoughts of him are ever dear. Sadly missed by his
Brothers and Sisters
Fitton - In loving remembrance of the 30th
birthday of my dear son, Stanley, who died in France, 12th December,
1918. God alone knows how much I miss him, As I toil through pleasure dim,
No morning dawns, no night returns, But what I think of him. Deeply mourned
by his Mother, 77 Catherine Street, Warrington
Plevin - In loving remembrance of our dear baby
Muriel Iris, who died December 9th, 1911. Mam and Dad, 46 New Road,
Smith - In loving remembrance of our dear
brother, Driver J. Smith, R.F.A., who died at the Base Hospital, Salonica,
December 11th, 1918. In our home your are fondly remembered, Sweet, happy
memories cling round your name, We, who loved you with deepest affection,
will love you in death just the same. Fondly remembered by his Brother and
Sister (Sam & Emily) & the Children, 40 Rolleston Street, Warrington
Mrs. Cotton and Family
desire to thank all relatives and friends for floral tributes received
during their recent sad bereavement, 100 Sharp Street, Warrington
Mrs. McKee begs to express her sincerest thanks
to all those who have shown their sympathy with her in her great loss by
sending wreaths and in other ways. She has been much touched by these
expressions of affection and sympathy, and assures all of the great comfort
they have been to her in her sorrow
Mr. W. Penketh and Son, Brother and Sisters of
the late Mrs. M. J. Penketh, gratefully acknowledge all kind sympathy, and
floral tributes received from relatives, friends and neighbours in their sad
bereavement, 58 Hardy Street, Warrington
1) Ballymena Academy Successes - Certificate
The following students have been successful at the recent Certificate
Examinations of the Ministry of Education, obtaining the number of
Distinction and Credit Passes indicated for each in brackets:-
Distinction - Helen Thompson (4D, 3C), J. H. Crook (4D, 1C), H. Gaston (6D,
2C), J. McCoy (3D, 1C), S. Millar (4D, 3C).
Pass - Lily Beaumont (2C), Evelyn Coe (4C), Daisy
Dunn (3C), Maud Gaston (4C), Frances McCaughey (4C), Ina Wallace (2C), W. F.
Barclay (1C), J. A. H. Henderson (1C), N. E. Hoey (1D, 5C), D. M. McAllister
(1C), S. H. McCaughey (1D, 4C), W. McKeown (1D, 3C), E. Perioli (1C), W.
Taylor (1C), G. Wilson (1C)
Distinction - Kathleen M. Brown (3D, 4C), Elizabeth C. Carson (4D, 2C), Jean
Clyde (3D, 3C), Eileen Gaston (4D, 3C), Mary E. Gaston (3D, 4C), Agnes
Harbison (5D, 3C), Alive McDonald (4D, 1C), Margaret M. McGarry (5D, 4C),
Ina McMaster (3D, 4C), Anna Park (4D, 4C), May Templeton (3D, 3C), Nellie
Wilkinson (3D, 4C), S. G. I. Black (7D, 2C), I. Brown (6D, 3C), I. H. Allen
(3D, 3C), S. Gibson (7D, 2C), R. Hyndman (4D, 4C), A. McIlrath (4D, 3C), W.
R. Mathews (3D, 4C), T. G. Milliken (3D, 4C), J. Neil (3D, 3C), C. J. K. Orr
Pass - Annie H. Boyd (1D, 2C), Maud Christie (2D,
5C), Mary Crawford (8C), Jane Dinsmore (3C), Alice Green (2C), Kathleen Hoey
(1C), Ettia Knox (6C), Mary Linton (6C), Eliza McCartney (1D, 4C), Kathleen
McCaughey (5C), Maud McCay (4C), Helen McKeown (4C), Mary M. Mathews (3C),
Nessie Maybin (2D, 4C), Hettie Millar (3C), Sara Millar (1D, 6C), Madeline
Perry (5C), Jeanie H. Sayers (2D, 5C), Mary Shaw (7C), Annie Stewart (2C),
Mary E. Stewart (2C), H. Baillie (2D, 4C), R. Blair (1C), J. Campbell (6C),
T. A. Christie (1D, 4C), W. C. Cray (5C), A. Davidson (2C), R. S. Fisher
(1D, 1C), J. Gaston (1D, 6C), R. Given (1D, 5C), J. K. Green, W. Greer (4C),
W. Hanna (1D, 4C), A. J. G. E. Hoey (1C), R. B. E. Hoey (3C), F. Johnston
(2C), J. G. Kane (2C), A. T. Linton (7C), G. McCloy (3C), A. McFetridge
(1C), T. McFetridge (3C), W. McKinley (2C), M. Macartney (1D, 4C), G. Maybin
(3C), B. A. Millar (4C), J. N. Morrison (1D, 2C), J. O'Hara (3C), A. J.
Pielou (5C), R. A. S. Pryde (2C), S. D. Purce (3C), C. Robinson (2C), J. J.
Simpson (2D, 5C), N. Small (3C), J. M. Taylor (1C), S. M. Wilson (6C), R. J.
2) Rasharkin Petty
Sessions - Motoring While License Suspended and Appealed Against
This monthly Court was held on Tuesday - before
Messes. H. R. Jones, R.M. (presiding); George S. Crawford, J.P.; and Samuel
McHenry, J.P. District-Inspector S. McNeill, Ballymoney, and Mr. Samuel H.
Baird (petty sessions clerk, Ballymena) were also in attendance. Before Mr.
H. R. Jones, R.M., Sitting Alone. District-Inspector McNeill,
Ballymoney, summoned John O. Habe, of Dreen, for on 24th July, at Drumcon,
driving a motor car on the public highway while his driving license was
suspended, contrary to Sec. 3 of the Motor Vehicles (Traffic and Regulation)
Act, 1926. Mr. John P. McCann appeared for the defendant. District-Inspector
McNeill said at the Petty Sessions in June the defendant was convicted for
having no insurance policy and his license was suspended for twelve months
by his worship, and on the 24th July he was afterwards found driving without
a license. The defendant, he said, had appealed in the meantime, and he
understood there was some misunderstanding between the defendant and his
solicitor with regard to his power to drive a motor car while the appeal was
pending. Constable Asquith, in reply to the District-Inspector, stated that
on the 24th July he found the defendant driving a motor car. His license was
suspended on the 30th June, and the endorsement was on the license. His
Worship - You don't want to cross examine the constable Mr. McCann? Mr.
McCann - No. As I explained to Mr. McNeill, I think the solicitor who
appeared for the unfortunate defendant in this case at the time should be
summoned, as 99 per cent. (sorry, that's the end of the clipping)