MACKEAN MEMORIAL ACCORDION BAND
Here we have the Mackeam Memorial Accordion Band from Antrim
At the back are Sammy McQuillan, Tommy McQuillan, Ken Rodgers, Norman McCaig
and Jim Carson. In the middle row we have Bob Nicholl, George Bell, Dan McGrubb,
Billy Gaynor, Bobby McGrubb, Albert Hemming, Tommy McCreight, Bobby McVeigh,
Jim McCaig, Freddie McCreight, Davy Bell, Adam McFadden, Eddie Davis, Dennis
Hunter and Freddie McNeil. At the front are Hugh Wright, Ella Bamber, Elsie
Boyd, Margaret McCaig, Ria Clarke, Agnes Dewart and Robert Bell. The two boys
are Jim Caig (junior) and Ruben Reid.
MARKET SQUARE 712
Not very often you get a photograph of Market Square with nobody or vehicles
in it. you can just make out in front of the Court House the water pump where
people got their water for the house.
It could be a Sunday, the year is unknown.
MARKET SQUARE 0711
Market Square with the Court House and the shop to the right is S. Campbell's.
On the left is an old road sign meaning bends ahead because the road winds
round the Court House.
Looking at the cars and the distinct absence of the German Field gun the photograph
must have been taken in the late 1940's.
MARKET SQUARE 0710
Thursday and it's market day in the Market Square in 1932.
On the left is Hall's Hotel sign saying it is The Motor House so obviously
the car is making a big impact. One of the car's registration is IW 1603,
the van's is XI 106. Now over to the right behind the man in the grey suit
is an icecream cart owned by A Cavanann the building is the Ulster Bank. The
shop on the left
of the bank is S. Campbell's. In front of the Courthouse at the 3rd arch from
the left can be seen the captured German Artillery gun that was given to Antrim
after the First World War.
MAY DAY 1788
On 'Dan Murfy's' float on May Day going down Castle Street these Irish dancers
are showing off not only their skills but also their silverware.
From the left is Geraldine Lavery, Unknown, the middle two are the Bradley
sisters (christians unknown), then Pauline Lavery and finally Unknown.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB
Showing how to use your forearm smash to good use is this Unknown lady on
the courts at Massereene Tennis Club.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB
Presenting the Unknown man with his prize is Sally Ball at Muckamore Tennis
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB
Seen here receiving her prize from Sally Bell is Eileen Leitch at Muckamore
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB
Here we are at Muckamore Tennis Club and this unknown gentleman is receiving
his prize from Sally Bell.
Looking on is her husband John Bell headmaster of Antrim Technical School.
McCOMB HOUSE 2310
Here we are at Whitestown, Ballysculty at the McComb house around 1912 - 1913
with the family having a formal photograph taken. Standing proudly with his
bowler hat and arms folded is the father William John McComb. To his left
are William John McComb Jnr and James McComb. To his right is his wife, Catherine
McComb in her arms is their daughter Catherine Maria McComb holding tight
to her teddy. Next is Margaret McComb or Maggie finally Samuel White McComb.
Clinging desperately to the blind cord at the middle window upstairs is the
cat making sure it got in as well. James and Samuel went to Loan Ends to sign
the Ulster Covenant, the Samuel signed first and then James who couldn't write
made his mark against his name.
McCOMB FAMILY 2319
After the formal photograph it was decided to have a family photograph in
the back garden of the Mccomb family home around 1912 - 1913.
At the back from the left we have James McComb, Samuel White McComb and Margaret
In front are W J. McComb Senior, W J. McComb Junior and Catherine McComb with
Catherine Maria McComb on her knee.
MUCKAMORE ABBEY HOUSE 529
When people mention the name Muckamore Abbey, most think of the 'modern' hospital
block - but this isn't the case. This postcard photograph of
Muckamore Abbey House itself was taken in 1932 when the lady of the house
was Mrs ML Thompson. She sent the card to Mrs
Summerhill in Muckamore, and it read: 'Many grateful thanks for the charming
gifts you sent for the sale. I hope to see you soon'.
MOYLENA FOOTBALL TEAM 2367
Some of the players of MoylEna Football team who played in the Saturday morning
League holding their silverware in the 1980'sFrom the left we have Unknown,
Jimmy Watson, Denny Clark, Alfie Beresford, John Quinn, Bernie Hogg and Bobby
MUCKAMORE ABBEY HOSPITAL 833
Here we have some of the staff of Muckamore Abbey Hospital in 1949 showing
off their cooking talents, only two people known in the group are on the left
in back row, Rose McLaughlin and in front of her is Edith Craig.
MUCKAMORE RAILWAY BRIDGE 197
The photograph was taken before 1935, what the two pieces of timber nailed
either side of the bridge walls were there for I do not know.
Opposite the two young men sitting on the other bridge wall looks like a gate
so perhaps there was a toe path here. Opposite the two men standing is a lane
that lead to cottages.
Mrs. NIXON'S DANCE TROUPE 702
Here the members are doing Babes in the Wood at the Protestant Hall in 1956.
Christmas was certainly in the air when this photograph was taken back in
1956. Members of Mrs Nixon's Dance Troupe had gathered for their performance
of 'Babes in the Wood' in the Protestant Hall - and, as you can see, Santa
Clause dropped in to bring some festive cheer.
From the left we have Unknown, Madeline Fleming, Unknown, Billy ?, Marie Hemming,
June Neilson, Mr.Nixon (as Santa), Doreen Hamill, Unknown, Rachel Kingsberry,
Billy Perry, Unknown, Pamela Fleming and Unknown. Kneeling down in front is
Phillip Nixon, Unknown and Unknown.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2252
Here are some of the Muckamore Tennis Club members at a do in 1954.
The only person known at the moment is in the back row 3rd from the left Alan
Mrs. NIXON'S DANCE TROUPE 703
On their way to a dance Festival in Scotland in 1961 we have Mrs.Walsh with
her grandaughter, Mrytel Elliot holding their mascot Cuddles, Arthur Walsh,
Mr.Walsh and Doreen Hamill at Larne Harbour.
Mrs. NIXON'S DANCE TROUPE 704
Here we have some of the members of the dance troupe in 1956 in the Protestant
Hall in Railway Street.
On the left we have Rachel Kingsberry, Doreen Hamill, Marie Hemings, June
Neilson and kneeling is Arthur Walsh.
Mrs. NIXON'S DANCE TROUPE 705
This wonderful shot captures the day the circus came to town in the summer
of 1995. Taken in the Castle Grounds, are many members of Mrs Nixon's Dance
Troupe, including June Neeson, Hazel Nixon, Marie Hemmings, Rachel Kingsberry
and Doreen Hamill. The striking Pierrot clown is none other than Billy Nixon,
and he is holding a very young Doris Fleming on the donkey. Holding the reins
is Arthur Walsh and the notice on the hedge shows that
they were doing half-hour Concerts from 5pm. This field, with its perfectly
preened high hedges, was the focal point for many events down the years -
including the annual Antrim Show. That all changed, however, when the council
decided to plant a par terre garden.
MOYLENA ROAD 532
This charming family portrait was taken at the McCabe family home on the Moylena
Road in 1911.
Starting from the we have Ellen Nellie McCabe (who later became a Patterson),
May McCabe (who went to America), Aunt Lisa nursing baby Lisa- (who became
an Allen) and mother Margaret McCabe with little Anne (who later became a
Wallace). Incidentally, the two babies in the picture are twins.
MY CAR 989
Standing beside his beloved 1936 Morris 10 car in 1946 we have Alex Agnew.
Behind the wheel is Alex's son Jack who wishes he had the car key and beside
him is his sister Rita.
Mr. BAIN 773
This handsome looking lad with dark brown eyes is Jock Bain.
Jock was a Lance Corpral in the R.A.F. and was 20 when this was taken in 1925.
MUCKAMORE BRIDGE 555
This is Muckamore Bridge in 1905. In the background you can see the railway
Perhaps that was the photographer's friends posing on the bridge.
MIKE HAWTHORN 224
Racing legend Mike Hawthorn, a Formula One driver and World Champion in 1958,
pictured that very year in Antrim. He is pictured at the rear of Hall's Hotel
with Marie Wilson, Derek McCrea and Robert Wilson. Given his pedigree on the
track, it's perhaps unsurprising that Mike was keen tosee the nippy white
sports car that Robert had recently acquired!
MOYLENA BEETLING MILL 389
The mill was owned by the York Street Flax Spinning Co.Ltd and was a Beetling
Mill, it hammered the linen to bring up the finish. Here you can see the huge
Waterwheel which provided the power for the mill. In 1961 they went into liquidation
and the village at Bog Head which was for the workers was demolished, only
the mill was left standing. This photograph was taken in the 1969.
MUCKAMORE CRICKET XI 2251
This is the Muckamore Cricket XI in the 1930's coming out to play against
Woodvale on the Ballygomartin Road.
Coming out to bowl and field are W Reid, Jack Cook, C. J Webb, Dr. Crawford,
N.C Entwistle, Paddy McCormick, Tom McFaddenand George Pinkerton. The rest
of the players are unknown but if you can name them plus where they are in
the photograph as well as the others I would be most grateful.
MOYLENA BEETLING MILL 561
This photograph was taken in 1975 showing the sad ruins of a bygone age.
MOYLENA BEETLING MILL 558
This is a drawing of the Mill in Moylena not far from Bog Head Village.
The houses to the left where for the mill workers.
MOYLENA BEETLING MILL 390
Here you can see the Beetling Mill in the 1969 in the distance, in the foreground
to the left is the pathway for the workers. To the left of the path is the
sixmilewater river and to the right you can see the mill race which fed water
to the waterwheel which
powered the whole mill. Apparently when the mill was in production you could
hear the noise of it all the way up the valley.
MOYLENA BEETLING MILL 563
This machine hammers the linen to give it the sheen its famous for.
The noise was so loud you could here it a mile away and that is one of the
reasons the workers went deaf. No Health and Safety back then as you can see
from the belts and wheels with no guards. The year is unknown.
MOYLENA WELL 457
This rare photograph, taken in 1969, shows the small bridge that spanned the
Mill race so that the workers who lived in the village at Bog Head could get
to the spring well, which was their only source of water. After the houses
were demolished the bridge quickly fell into disrepair but the watering hole
took on a new life as a wishing well! Many hardy souls over the years have
negotiated their way across the timbers to make a wish, and many naughty children
were quick to retrace their steps to claim the cash!
McNEIL'S HOME 1213
Standing outside their home at Moylena banks we have husband and wife Tommy
and Meata McNeil in the 1950's.
In the background you can see the Beetling mill and when it was working the
noise from it was unbelievable.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2662
Here we are in 1927 and these are some of the members of Muckamore Tennis
Club enjoying themsleves.
The only ones known are in the front row on the left little Essie Graham then
her sister Jean Graham eating a samwich
and finally their big brother Billy Graham laughing his head off.
MOYLENA BANKS 1162
This is Moylena Banks and the cottages that used to be next to the "Shakey
Bridge" and sadly that is no longer there as well. The year is unknown.
MOYLENA BRIDGE 139
The house is no longer there and sadly so is the bridge as
Antrim Borough Council took it away to put a new bridge there. There was nothing
wrong with bridge it just needed money spent on it much less than it cost
to put the new bridge here.
The bridge was built by William Wilson and Company, Engineers, Lilybank Works
Glasgow so that the mill workers could cross to the mill and also their houses
at Bog Head. These were all pulled down when the mill closed in the 1960's.
MOYLENA BANKS HOUSE 141
This photograph was taken in 1915 and was owned by the York Street Flax Spinning
Company by the 1950's it housed four families the McCombe's, the Steele's,
the Campbell's and the Tuff's some of which worked for the company. The house
was a few hundred yards downstream from the weir. There was a mill race which
led off from the weir, running parallel to the river but at a higher level,
this was to feed the waterwheel at the Beetling engine in the mill which was
used to finish off the linen cloth. When the mill was in operation you could
hear the noise of it all along Moylena.
This view of the Sixmilewater was taken before the Shakey Bridge at Moylena.
You can see the sluice gate which provided water for the mill whose chimney
you can see in the background. The year is unknown.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2663
It's 1936 and we are looking at members of Muckamore Tennis Club outside Muckamore
Cricket & Tennis club pavillion. 2nd from the right in the back row is
Marjorie Reilly and next to her is Samuel Craig who married Dolly McMeekin
who is next to him.The lady in the stripped dress sitting in the middle is
Mabel Hay. On the ground left is May Kinnen nee Stewart and beside her is
Esse Jordan nee Graham.Seated on the ground on the left is May Kinnen nee
Stewart and beside her is Esse Jordan nee Graham.The photos were taken when
the Tennis club played on part of the Cricket club's ground when the nets
would be removed on Saturdays for the cricketers.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2664
Having their photograph taken outside Muckamore Cricket & Tennis club
pavillion are the tennis members.
The girl on the right kneeling, her name is Essie Graham and seated behind
4th from the right in May Stewart.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2665
Such a lucky man amongst these Antrim back in 1936 outside the Muckamore Cricket
& Tennis Club.
At the left at the back clinging on for dear life is Mable Hay. In the front
row second from the left is Marjorie Reilly (Cub Leader) and far right is
May Kinnen nee Stewart.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2666
All these young lassies and lads are members of Muckamore Tennis Club back
Only one member is known at the moment and that is Essie Graham 2nd from the
left, front row.
Now apart from telling me their names can anyone tell me what type, not make
or model of camera was used to take this photograph? this photograph? Also
let me know how you figured it out.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2667
Here out on the tennis courts are members of the Muckamore Tennis Club of
In the front row from the left are Unknown, Unknown, Essie Graham, May Stewart,
Peggy McQuilken and Cecil Johnston. In the back row are Sydney, Victor Hamill,
Ena McLoughlan, Mabel Hay and Marjory Reilly.
MOYLENA BANKS 1049
These cottages where just off the Oldstone Road at Muckamore in 1934. They
where next to the bridge (Shakey) which took the workers across the Sixmileriver
to the Beetling mill just further down the river.
Pictured sitting outside a Beetling Mill in 1952 at Moylena we have the Reade
family enjoying the good weather. On the left is Margaret, then Evelyn, Mum
(Ester), on her knee is Bessie, next siting on dad's (Tom) knee we have Lena
MUCKAMORE CRICKET CLUB 2250
Getting their photograph in front of Muckamore Cricket Club in 1940 we have
the Ladies cricket team.
Standing we have E Mulholland (umpire), Rosina McMeekin, Unknown, Essie Graham,
Nell McIlroy, Evelyn Doole and Elsie McMeekin.
Seated are Jean Graham, Mina Craig, Violet Hamill, Betty Jackson and Molly
MOYLENA BEETLING MILL 337
This is one of three Beetling mills which were owned by the York Street Flax
Spinning Co. Ltd.at Moylena in Antrim. When it ceased production it was
converted into a private residence and became a two-storey house. Sadly little
remains of the town's rich textile history. The year the is unknown.
Taken at Moylena but the Girl and the Red Setter are unknown.
This was taken at Moylena on the banks of the Sixmilewater river.
First on the left in the back row is Anna Baird and in the centre front row
is Jeannie McKee.The other ladies are all unknown at the moment.
This photograph of the Mound in the early 1900's shows how well it was kept
then with the neatly trimmed hedges beside the footpath
taking you to the top.
MOTORBIKE PALS 1148
Getting ready to go for a spin in 1944 we have brothers Jimmy and Joe Jackson.
ARM IN ARM 2657
Out for a walk throught the fields in March we have on the left Ida Mullan,
Ester Mullan, Eileen Mullan and Billy Templeton.
The dog's name by the way was Rodger.
GORDON McCREA 2660
This young little chap knew what he wanted to be form a very early age, a
This is Gordon McCrea when he was only 10 years old perfecting his swing.
It worked for Gordon in later years he was runners-up in the Fred Daley tourament.
Went off to Scotland and for 3 years he won the club championship.
WILLIAM MULLAN 2658
This is William Mullan who on a windy day was displaying his uniform as a
Royal Black preceptory.
MUCKAMORE NATIONAL SCHOOL 2661
Well here we are in the early 1900's at Muckamore National School for the
annual school photograph.
As you can see they have turned out in their finest and the girls have out-done
In the back are R McMillan, N Scott, J Steele, M Johnston, J Hay, J McNeilly
and Mrs Clung.
The middle row consists of E Mullholand, J Rea, E Judge, G Steele, Unknown,
J King, Unknown, W Graham, John Steele and S Close.
The front row has G McDowell, Unknown, S McDowell, L Livingstone, R McKelvey
and U Forsythe.
This photograph of the Motte taken in1922 shows who well it was kept then
with the neatly trimmed hedges beside the footpathtaking you to the top. Over
to the right you can see part of Antrim Castle.
MOYLENA BRIDGE 2090
This is the old Moylena Bridge with the cottages next to it with their neatly
Outside their house in Milltown in 1948 we have Elvina Keith with her sister
Audry Keith who seems to be cooking something up !
Written on the back of the photograph are the words: "Wee
Elvina & Audrey To Mother & Dad with love xxx"
MIKE HAWTHORN 225
Here is a casual photo of Mike Hawthorn with Marie Wilson, Derek Macrae, Robert
Wilson and at the back of Hall's Hotel in 1958
In the back garden at Milltown in June 1950 we have looking all shy Josephine
Woods, next and giving us a big smile is Elvina Keith, not so sure of the
camera is Maurice Woods, then with cutest face ever is Audrey Keith and finally
Josephine's sister who's first name is unknown.
MONEYMORE BOY'S PRIMARY SCHOOL 513
B.Row: John McGarvey, Willie Campbell, Bob Rankin, George Bell, Johnny Greer,
Charlie Cooney, Jim Campbell, Andy Brown and Bob Bell.
3rd Row: Victor Fairley, Willie Johnston, Willie Canning, Roy Simpson, George
McGarvey, Bob Pierce, Bertie Patterson, Willie Graham, Alex Hartley, George
Hartley, Joe Marshall and Kennedy McCulla.
2nd Row: Harry Kingston, Stuart McIvor, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, John Boyce,
Jimmy Malloy and Unknown.
F.Row: Mervyn McComb, Tommy McGarvey, Willie Pierce, George Harris, Willie
Crooks, Freddie McGravey, Wilbur Harris, Fred Murphy and Davy Mitchell.
The year is 1904.
MOTHERS UNION 451
This photograph was taken in the Castle grounds before going on a day's outing
the year was 1940.
F.Row: Unknown, Mrs.Taylor, Mrs.Taylor, Primrose Taylor, Unknown, Mrs.McIlrea,
Mrs.L.Mckeen, Roberta Allen, Mrs.Wallace, Mrs.Spears, Philip Baxter and Mrs.Anderson.
M.Row: Unknown,Unknown, Mrs.C.Mitchell, Mrs.M.McGrath, Mrs.Collis, Mrs.McCreigton,
B.Row: Unknown, Unknown, Mrs.Collins, Mrs.McIlwaine,Mrs.Kissick, Unknown,
Mrs.Allen, Mrs.Greer,Mrs.Carson, Unknown, Mrs.Kissick, Mrs.Morrison, Mrs.Wallace,
Mrs.Cooper, Mrs.Quigley, Mrs.Kissick.
MOTHERS UNION 1265
This is the Mothers Union and they have got together to be photographed in
Antrim Parish Church Hall in 1984.
The seemingly tall ladies at the back are Betty Brown Sadie Jenkins, Irene
Gates, Ester Elliott, Jennifer Campbell, Mrs Hall, Lena Patterson, Mrs Browne,
Jean Bates, Nora O'Neill and Mrs Fullerton. In front of them we have Daphne
Bates, Ena Maguire, Peggy Robinson, Margaret Long, Mrs Molloy,
Mrs Buckley, Shelia Steenson, Holly Totton, Mrs McFaddan, Clara McKinney,
Marie Rainey, Meta Ayre, Meta Montgomery, Madeline McNamee and Pamela Millar.
Last but not least seated are Caroline Stewart, Mary Myles, Mrs McCabe, Isobel
Kelly, Mary Clarke, Mrs Forsythe (Vicar's wife),
Mrs Wallace, Sylvia Byres, Pamela Surpliss, Nora Wilson and Mrs Heffron.
MOTORBIKE MAD 1044
Looking at the way some of these guys are wrapped up against the cold in 1949
you would have to be motorbike mad. From the left we have Davy, Jack and Jimmy
McClean, then Walker Hunter and at the back Cecil Finlay the club Chairman
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2175
Here we have some of the members of Muckamore Tennis Club outside the club
I only know the position of one person and that is May Stewart 3rd from the
left in the back row. Here are the names of the other people in the group:
Kath Reid, Jean Clarke, Jim Porter, Mrs Crooks, Bill Crooks, Grace, Jimmy
McKillop, Jean McIlroy, E McKillop, Cassie Reford, Tommy, N Craig, Lily Gilpin,
Mary McKillop, Jim Hay, Jack McKillop, Jack Raynor and Gertie.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2176
This is Muckamore Tennis club in 1936 we have members with family and friends
but are sadly unknown at the moment.
It seems to have been a celebration day by looking at the casual dress but
also seated on the left next to the steps is a man playing a banjo.
MINFORD WEDDING 263
The Groom is Nathaniel O. Minford M.P; and his Bride Miss Maureen Minford
after their wedding at
Old Congregation Presbyterian Church in Randalstown.
This wedding was unique in that the Bride did not have to change her surname.
Her wedding gown was a classical model of Edelweiss Damask brocade with a
fitted tailored neckline and the long full skirt being slightly trained. Her
Tudor headdress was of Damask with a shoulder length veil. The reception was
held in Hall's Hotel in High Street Antrim. The year was 1945.
MILLAR CLAN 1200
Seen here out at Dunadry we have the Millar Clan all enjoying themselves on
the 12th July year unknown.
On the left as always with her white pinny on is Granny Mary Millar, her son
James is the lad in the dark suit and behind him is Ellie May's Pub.
MUCKAMORE CRICKET XI 2171
Getting their photograph outside their clubhouse we have the Muckamore Cricket
In the back row we have J Higgins, B Hunt, J Reid, B Jarden and R Steele.
Seated are R Gray, WJ Preston, T McClure, E Mulholland, J McCaig and finally
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2170
Here we are at Muckamore Tennis Club in 1959 and on the courts having a game
are Pat Craig and Archie Campbell.
MIKE HAWTHORN 042
This Mike Hawthorn who was a Formula One driver and was World Champion in
1958 when this photograph was taken.
He is standing at the front door of Hall's Hotel with the then owner Bob Wilson.
The two young men are Derek Macrae and Robert Wilson, Bob Wilson's son who
later became the proprietor. Mike was one of the many famous personalities
from Radio, Television, Stage and the Policital arena that have stayed here.
MID-DAY BREAK 1221
Down on the farm at Ballyboley in 1941 during the Second World War we have
the Stewart Family having a well earned rest at noon. As you can see rather
than waste time going back to the farmhouse the food is brought out to them.
At the back pouring the tea is Barbra Stewart, sitting on the ladder getting
his cup filled is Robert James Stewart then serving their brothers we have
Annie and Mary Stewart. In front we have Tom Stewart, Julie Cluckson, Jack
Stewart, William Stewart and Mister Stewart. Now you might be wondering why
Julie's surname is different that's because Julie's an evacuee from Belfast
after the Blitz.
MILLAR FAMILY 1001
This is the Millar family in 1940 out at Ballybentra, Dunadry.
The two ladies are Sarah and Lizzie Millar along with twins Ruby and Margaret.
MUCKAMORE ACCORDIAN BAND 2174
This was the first official photograph of Muckamore Accordian Band in 1963.
In the front row from the right you have Robin Leeburn, then Philip Scott
whose father had a milk dairy between Antrim and Muckamore, next is Terry
Jackson - he lived about three houses up from the Orange hall on the Belfast
side, then Danny Green who was the accordian tutor. Next to him is the drum
instructor who along with the rest of the band are unknown, their uniforms
were navy blue with a red stripe.
MOYLENA FOOTBALL TEAM 2366
Proudly showing off their hard won silverware we have the players of MoylEna
Football team who played in the Saturday morning League back in the 80's.
Standing at the back are Unknown, Erick Bownes, Uknown, Allan Hannan, Uknown,
Alfie Beresford, Uknown, Uknown, Bernie Hogg and Bobby Carlisle.
Seated are Unknown, James Watson, Dennis Clark, John Quinn, Unknown wearing
Hucklebuck shoes, Unknown and Adrian Sparks. The manager was Dennis Tweedie.
MARGARET McCOMB 2547
This is Margaret Graham McComb from Antrim who had gone to Belfast to have
her photograph taken at Abernethy's Studios at 29 High Street. For this was
a special day for Margaret for it was her 18th Birthday!
McCOMBE SISTERS 1936
Standing at the wall outside the Post Office at Dunadry in 1947 are the McCombe
sisters. On the left we have Anne with her sister Patricia.
MUCKAMORE TENNIS CLUB 2300
Here we are at Muckamore Tennis Club for thier prize day.
Presenting the Unknown lady with her prize is Sally Ball while looking on
on the right is John Bell.
MARGARET McCOMB 2552
This is Margaret Graham McComb from Antrim who was having her photograph taken
but looking very solemn as they did back then.
This was a special day for Margaret for she was now offically an adult as
it was her 21st birthday.
ARTIE MULLAN 2659
It's 1944, the war is still raging on, but that seems so far away to 10 year
old Margaret Young with Artie Mullan who have been walking the dog Rodger.