The February talk will take place on Friday 24th at 8.30pm in St Mary’s Parish Centre, Cushendall. ‘Drontheim’ traditional boats of the causeway coast by Jim Allen. Everyone welcome.
‘Dr James McDonnell of Cushendall (1763-1845) his life and contributions to medicine and society’ by Dr Stanley Hawkins. The talk will take place in St Mary’s Parish Centre in Cushendall at 8.30pm. Everyone welcome. Non-members admission £3
This article first appeared in The Glynns Volume 6 (1978). It is re- presented here in it’s original format. The Society wishes to thank the Officers of the Royal Irish Academy for kindly permitting the publication of this Memoir, and the Staff of the Northern Ireland Public Record Office for its assistance … Read more
This article originally appeared in The Glynns Volume 8(1980). It is re-presented here with additional images and hyperlinks. Also presented is a short article by Frank Rogers and Bobby McMullan (GOAHS) and John Hulme (CDHS) in the Hidden gems and Forgotten People series (Glens of Antrim Historical Society & Carrickfergus Historical Society) Some suspicion was … Read more
This article first appeared in The Glynns Volume 8 (1980). It is re-presented here with additional photographs and hyperlinks. Larne Times 5th June 1915 MEDICAL OFFICERS 1885 Dr. John W. Fogarty 1903 Dr. Michael John O’Kane 1929 Dr. Alex J. McSparran 1973 Dr. John G. McSparran MATRONS 1885 Sister Katherine McDonnell. … Read more
This article first appeared in The Glynns Volume 8 (1980), it is re-presented here with additional hyperlinks. “Within the last two years an extensive and valuable iron mine was discovered at Glenravil about 7 miles from Ballymena by James Fisher Esq. of Cleggan Lodge near this town and of Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire. Under the energetic … Read more
This article first appeared in The Glynns Volume 8 and is re-presented here with additional photographs and hyperlinks. Any boat passage between Scotland and North East Ireland is influenced by the strong tidal streams which run through the narrows. The navigator may have to aim off right or left to allow for the side-ways … Read more
This article first appeared in The Glynns Volume 8 and is re-presented here in it’s original format. Irish Dalriada has been represented in not a few histories, maps and references of various kinds as including the northern half of what is now the county of Antrim and that part of what is now … Read more