CARNLOUGH HARBOUR DEVELOPMENT SCHEME, 1854—1864 by Jimmy Irvine

(This article first appeared in Volume 5 of The Glynns in 1977, it is presented here with added Hyperlinks and photographs)   The Marchioness of Londonderry inherited her Carnlough Estate on the death of her mother, the Countess of Antrim, in 1834.  ...

GRAVESTONE INSCRIPTIONS FROM NAPPAN By Brian S. Turner KILLYCRAPPIN GRAVEYARD County Antrim O.S. Sheet 20. Grid Ref. 292225.

  Killycrappin is one of those private corners of Ireland for which we have no evidence that it has ever been anything else.  It is on that part of the steep coast of Antrim which runs from just north of Carnlough to Garron Point and is know as the...

INDEX of THE GLYNNS Vol. 5

BALLYCASTLE IN THE OLDEN DAYS   Hugh A Boyd. Notes from Canon Barnes’ papers from 1906, with additional material; Ballycastle 1756 onwards…   GRAVESTONE INSCRIPTIONS FROM NAPPAN   Brian S Turner. Exploring the graveyard at Nappan, Cappan,...