WILLIAM McKEE Jnr 3196
Having their photograph taken are these three Airforce lads, the only name
known to me is the sergeant William McKee.
Ist MUCKAMORE TROOP BOY SCOUTS 3222
This photograph taken on the Green at Muckamore is of the 1st Muckamore Troop
Boy Scouts in June 1925
Backrow: Robert McKelvey, G. Gamble, D. Thompson, J. Steel, G. Kissick, C.
Weatherspoon, W. Reid, G. Parker, G. White, J. Craig, J. Judge, J. Preston.
Next row: H. Jackson, J. Kane, G. Kelly, C. Weatherspoon, D. McGrath, R. Kane,
R. Hutchison, J. Stewart, W. McKelvey, J. McMillan, M. Holmes, A. Newtown
and Andrew Francey (Flag bearer).
Seated: W. Gamble, W. Fulton, H. Craig, J. Mooney, G. Gilkes (Asst.Scoutmaster),
M.N. Giffen (Scoutmaster), J. Clarke (Asst.Scoutmaster), H. Rodgers, S. Allen,
W. McClure, J.Harvey and J. Porter.
Front row: Standing Unknown (Flag bearer), on the ground D. Craig, R. Johnstone,
David Francey, A. Kirkpatrick, J. Crook, G. Forthsythe, D. Craig and S. Rodgers.
THE BRIDE 3218
Outside High Street Presbyterian Church in High Street is our radient Bride
Edith McCullough and her brother Jim McCullough who was giving her away.
Even though it was raining they had great smiles for the camera and in the
background a well known shop name Kirks.
Ist MUCKAMORE TROOP 3221
This is 1st Muckamore Troop from yersterday having their photograph taken
In the back row we have Gardener Kissock, Edward Holmes, Robert Holmes, Jackson
Craig, Simpson Holmes, Jack Crooks, Johnny Russel, James Kane, Robert McKelvey
and Andrew Francey.
In the front are Cecil McMaster, Bobby Kane, Allen Wright, David Francey,
Samuel King, William McClure, David Craig, Robert Johnson & Jack McMillen.
if you know any of the Christian names of the above scouts please let me know.
MASSEREENE HOSPITAL 3231
Standing in front of an ambulance outside the Massereene Hospital we have
on the left Unknown, then James Carson and Sister Mary Carson.
This brand new Ford ambulance is being supplied to 'The Red Cross and St.
John's by James Carson of James C. Carson Auto's who had a Ford Dealership.
The photograph was taken in the early 1900's.
MASSEREENE BRASS AND REED BAND 3380
It's 1922 and standing on the steps of a building we have Antrim peoples'
Massereene Brass and Reed Band in full uniform.
In the back row we have Jimmy Carson, G. Kernohan, Tommy Simpson, W. Holmes,
W. McKee, J. Gilkes, Harry Brennan.
The middle row has J. Boomer, A. Mailey, W. Bell, Unknown. Orr Carson, O.
Boomer, John Carson, Cummings, F. Coulter.
At the front are H. Mailey, G. Gilkes, Willie Burrows, J. Rainey, Unknown,
S. McKinney, H. Kelly, M. Surgenor.
Now this photograph has been hand painted by the photographer, can anyone
tell me if they are the original colours. Antrim Borough Council threw out
the uniforms along with the band instruments so at the moment I cannot confirm
JIM McCULLOUGH 3398
This is the old school photograph which seems to pop up whenever you least
expect it and here we have Jim McCullough smartly turned out.
SYLVIA McCULLOUGH 3399
It is not often one sees a school photo that you can admire, well here's the
exception with her enchanting smile and beautiful eyes it's Sylvia McCullough.
MATT McCULLOUGH 3400
In this school photograph is a lad who when he grew up became a printer and
his name is Matt McCullough.
RODNEY McCULLOUGH 3401
Sitting in the back garden of his home is a young Rodney McCullough who was
in the Boys Brigade at the time. Rodney hasn't changed much and still has
the same smile.
A DAY OUT 3403
Out for the day in the country on a beautiful sunny day back in March 1987
we have the McCullough family.
Stroking the horses head is Raymond then sitting on the horse in front is
Melanie and behind here, her sister Allison. Standing next to the horse is
their father Matt McCullough and in his arms is Shirley. Hunkered down behing
Raymond is their grandfather John McCullough stroking a corgi whose name is
Unknown as it was over on holiday from London.
OUT FOR A WALK 3404
Out for a walk across the newly cut field are the McCullough boys Jim Matt
and Leslie along with a young lady who is Unknown.
Now behind boys to your left you can just make out something you will never
see in fields of today Haystacks!
NORMAN McCULLOUGH 3416
Looking all innocent with his lovely smile and mischievous eyes we have our
very own Norman McCullough.
By the look of Norman's jumper he's been at the printing presses already!