WHITE PORTRAIT 1210
Here Sammy White is getting his photo taken to send home and as you can see
by his cap he is serving on the H.M.S. Triumph.
The year is unknown
WHITE PORTRAIT 1214
This is Joseph White with his wife Elizabeth getting their photograph taken.
The year is unknown but could it have been taken near Christmas as Joseph
has holly in his lapel and Elizabeth has Ivy pinned to hers.
WOOD FAMILY 1179
Standing outside their bungalow at Randalstown we have from the left Sarah
Woods, her daughter Gracie, then husband Johnny, daughter Lily, and the couple
along with the year are unknown.
WHITES FOOTBALL TEAM
This is Whites Football Team from Randalstown in 1930.
Standing are Charlie McKittrick, George Woods, James Lyons, James Richardson,
John Rainey and Thomas Milligan. Kneeling we have Thomas Houston, John Bell,
George McGonigal, William Cullen and William Ewart. This is when you had real
footballers, the football itself was then made of leather and if it was raining
being leather it soaked up the rain and just got heavier and heavier. The
ball had an inner tube which is why there are laces on the ball and you can
rest assured when I was playing and headed the ball it was usually on the
laces and boy was that sore.
Can anyone tell me what the letters C P R on their shirt badge stands for
and why they were called Whites?
WATCHING ALL THE GIRLS GO BY
Remember the song "Standing on the corner watching
all the girls go by"? Well here in Randalstown in 1955 the
boys sat on the wall to save their engery.
On the left we have Felix Robb and judging by the smile on his face he has
seen one he fancies! The other two lads are Vince Dobbin and Danny Letters.
WHITESIDE CORNER 1978
At the back of their home at Whiteside's Corner in 1940's, on the left Sheena
McCaughey, Unknown, Phyllis McCaughey and their mum Molly McCaughey.
Next row has Jean McCaughey, unknown and unknown. Seated we have Moreen McCaughey
the two unknowns. The unknowns were neighbours children.
WALLACE WEDDING 2169
Standing outside St Macnissi in Randalstown on the 18th February 1952 we have
on the left bridesmaid Audrey Love, flower girl Maureen McShane, Groom William
Wallace, his Bride Josephine Wallace nee McMullan, her Bouquet was made up
of tulips, best man Harry Wallace and smiling at them is Gran Annie Hamilton.
GOOD OLD DAYS 2397
Standing a home enjoying themselves remembering the Good Old Days at Cultra
is Robert Wilson and his wife Mary.
WHITESIDE CORNER 2037
Standing here in a field behind their home at Whiteside Corner we have Blossom
McCaughney, Watson, Nellie McCaughney and Carrie Picken.
WHITESIDE CORNER 2028
Having their photograph taken at Whiteside Corner in the 1940's is Nellie
McCaughey and Carrice Picken.
WOOD PORTRAIT 1180
This Italian looking man is really from Randalstown and is a Woods and this
is his wife who's full name is also unknown.
WEDDING GUESTS 1998
Looking very smart these guests of Pamela Ewart's wedding are from the left
David and Ian Duff with their big cousin Sean McNally.
WHITESIDE CORNER 2029
Standing in a field at Whiteside Corner we have Blossom McCaughney, Unknown,
Nellie McCaughey, Watson and Carrie Picken.
WOOD PORTRAIT 1190
The First World War is ongoing and Samuel Woods who was in the Royal Irish
Rifles is seated while standing is his Fiance Nellie McCaughey.
Samuel's eyes are bright and alert while Nellie's eyes look sad, did she have
a foreboding of what lay ahead for Samuel? Later when Samuel was at the front
in the trenches he went and visited his grandfather in another trench but
on the way back Samuel was shot dead by a German sniper.
WOOD PORTRAIT 1187
This portrait of the Wood children in 1910 are Gracie and George from Antrim
and was taken at L'Atlier Studios in Main Street Portrush. That's probably
the reason George has the bucket and spade although he doesn't seem too happy,
he'd rather be on the beach instead.
WOOD PORTRAIT 1188
This Johnny Woods and his wife Jane getting their photograph taken, the year
WOOD PORTRAIT 1191
This is Nellie McCaughey and Samuel Woods taken during the First World War
to celebrate their engagement. Look at Nellie's shoes
- imagine having to lace them up everyday. Sadly they never got married as
Samuel who was in the Royal Irish Rifles died in the war.
WHITE PORTRAIT 1215
This is Eliza White nee Jackson and her husband Joseph White getting their
photograph taken during the First World War.
The year is unknown.
WOOD PORTRAIT 1192
This haunting portrait of Joseph White was taken during the First World War
in Charles Haig Studio at 146 Upper North Street Belfast. Samuel who came
from Randalstown enlisted in the Royal Irish Rifles at Antrim and served with
the 12th Battalion as a rifleman. Sadly like many young men before and after
him, Samuel died in action in Flanders on the 2nd September 1918 only two
months before the end of the war.
WORLD WAR ONE CARD 1247
As you can see the card is for a Mother and it was sent from France during
the First World War by John Coulston to his Mum.
On the back he wrote " From your loving son John ". The year is
WORLD WAR ONE CARD 1246
As you can see the card is for a sister and it was sent from France during
the First World War by John Coulston to his sister Agnes Coulston.
The year is unknown.
WHITESIDE CORNER 2038
Here we have Nellie Butterfield outside her home at Whiteside Corner with
her husband Dennis in the the summer of 1952.
WHITESIDE CORNER 2043
This is Aubrey McCaughey with his arm round Edna Cadwell at the back of their
homes at Whiteside Corner.Behind them to the right you can see a Hobby horse
to play on.
This is the girls of WAFF Section at Coningsby on the 22nd May 1947.
Now in the row behind those seated and 10th from the left is the only girl
known and is our Nellie McCaughey from Randalstown.
WORK SHED 1553
This was Dennis McFaul's shed in Shane's Castle grounds in 1869.
Dennis worked for Lord O'Neill and looked after the Rockery in the grounds.
WHITESIDE CORNER 2056
This is Nellie McCaughey at Whiteside Corner with Mary Sharon Gertrude aged
WHITESIDE CORNER 2055
Up at Whiteside Corner, Randalstown in the 40's at the back of their home.
We have Blossom and Nellie McCaughey with Carrie Picken.
WHITESIDE CORNER 2049
Standing in their back garden at Whiteside Corner we have Archie McCaughey
and his wife Moreen. The baby in Maureen's arms is little Mary Gertrude Sharon
who sadly died 7 months later.
WHITESIDE CORNER 695
All out enjoying the evening summer's sun at Whiteside Corner, Randalstown.
At the back we have an Unknown and Nellie McCaughey. Next are Blossom McCaughey,
Carrie Picken, Phylis McCaughey, Molly McCaughey and Helen.
The rest are neighbours and their children which are unknown.
WHITESIDE CORNER 2045
All out enjoying the evening summer's sun we have the McCaughey family getting
their photograph taken in the field behind their home at Whiteside Corner.
From the left at the back are Mum Molly, Dad Archie and Lily. In front are
Sheena, baby Willie, Phyllis, Blossom, Uel, Jean,Margaret, looking back is
Aubrey and Moreen
the other little girl was neighbour's and is Unknown.
WAFF GIRLS 2061
Having a good laugh are these WAFF girls sitting on the fence back in 1946.
They are Betty and Joey who are looking after the Spaniel "Moggens"
who belonged to one of the RAF pilots.
WE'RE THE LADS 3435
It's the 1930's and these are the lads that have the local girls hearts thumping.
On the left is B McClelland, next is R. Brown in his white Flannels and finally