Index: Authors (with brief titles)

In the Subject index italic print indicates illustrations other than those attached to an article.

Subject Volume Page(s)
Adams, T. Memories of the silver screen 15 49-50
Adams, T. Shipping at Coleraine harbour 17 16-17
Aghadowey Poultry Club. (Report) 1934 10 61
Alexander, Rev. T.T. Twenty Third Psalm in Braid Scots 5 66
Anderson, G. Lodge Cottage 18 77-79
Anderson, R. A story revealed 20 55-56
Anderson, R. Bann & Thorn ships of S.W.Coe 10 26-31
Anderson, R. Building the Barmouth 14 89-94
Anderson, R. Co. Londonderry shipwrecks 3 44-47
Anderson, R. Coleraine Town Hall 14 31-33
Anderson, R. Kitty of Coleraine – a forgotten steamship 10 54-55
Anderson, R. Local crested china 8 95-96
Anderson, R. Local sailor’s war 12 1-4
Anderson, R. Mod revival or mid life crisis 18 71-73
Anderson, R. My message bike 10 89-90
Anderson, R. Passenger ship services from Portrush & Coleraine 11 44-48
Anderson, R. Portrush shipwrecks 8 11-14
Anderson, R. Plantation – what’s that? 16 54-55
Anderson, R. Port of Coleraine 1 35-38
Anderson, R. Princess Victoria disaster 9 1-7
Anderson, R. River Bann pilots 16 1-6
Anderson, R. Some school memories 18 18-19
Anderson, W.S. Rowing, Boat racing on River Bann 1842-80 6 76-98
Anon. Oath of a Mayor during the reign of George II 1727-1760 19 12-16
Anon. Our genuine Coleraine: an Irish anacreontic 7 89-91
Anon. Postcards from the past 5 69-79
Anon. Some Coleraine firsts 5 102
Beach, R. Beamish family 9 56-61
Belfast Newsletter. Extracts 1765, 1766 1 45-46
Belfast Newsletter. Market for age 1801 7 87
Black, G. Hub of the house 9 40-42
Brindle, R. Ulster’s first part-music flute band 6 111-115
C.O.B.A. Magazine. The indispensable man 10 53
Cameron, H.J. Ellerslie’s Emerald Entertainers 12 30-34
Cameron, James. A day at the Irish Society boys’ school 18 20
Cameron, James. “Best Colerains” 1 34
Cameron, James. Boer War tribute medals 18 58-61
Cameron, James. Bringing the house down 2 66
Cameron, James et al. Calendar of events from Coleraine’s turbulent past 5 33-38
Cameron, James. Coleraine illuminated 1789 2 11
Cameron, James. Coleraine streets – old names & locations 11 52-54
Cameron, James. Coleraine terraces, names & locations 9 43-48
Cameron, James. Curfew bell 1 30
Cameron, James. Earl Bishop at Downhill 2 50-52
Cameron, James. Hatter maddened 3 32
Cameron, James. Letter from abroad 1880 4 61-63
Cameron, James. Philosophy, theory & practice 3 31-32
Cameron, James. Portrush rock 3 26-27
Cameron, James. University of Coleraine 4 63
Cameron, James. Well Well! 1 31-32
Cameron, James. Who was “Say Aye John”? 1 33
Cameron, Janella. Memories from parish of Kildollagh 12 55-60
Cameron, M. Gone with the wind 20 1-5
Campbell, M. Portstewart’s first cinema 14 40
Campbell, M. Saturday school 15 108-109
Cargill, D.C. Story of a silver snuff box 5 93-95
Carson, S. Sam Henry 18 64-65
Cassells, J. “The Inst at 150” 16 69-75
Clementson, J.N. Public medical relief in Coleraine district 1835 1 56-60
Clemetson, J.W. Coleraine markets 6 99-101
Clemetson, J.W. Coleraine parish 3 42-43
Coleraine Chronicle. Coleraine soldiers welcome home (1901) 8 117
Coleraine Chronicle. Cromore tragedy 1892 4 41-45
Coleraine Chronicle. Downhill strand races 1856 5 107
Coleraine Chronicle. 1845,1847 excerpts 2 36
Coleraine Chronicle. Summer 10 88
Coleraine Constitution 1900. (List of) Visitors at the seaside Portstewart 1 47-49
Coyle, M.C. Loreto convent in Coleraine 11 55-66
Crawford, G. Atlantic Barbell Club 9 96-100
Crawford, G. Lilliput laundry 13 45-46
Cunning, C.J. Bann regatta 1 43-44
Cunning, J.C. Ode to the burned-out ruin of Northern Counties Hotel 10 22
Cunningham, J. Alexander Anderson 1858-1936 16 19-20
Cunningham, J. Ancient Coleraine ceremony 15 50
Cunningham, J. Anderson Park 9 68-69
Cunningham, J. Andrew Orr – Aghadowey poet 1 63-64
Cunningham, J. Arrival of the steam thresher 1 54
Cunningham, J. Ballyrashane tank 20 15-16
Cunningham, J. Bann drainage scheme 14 41-44
Cunningham, J. Bann Rowing Club 14 27-30
Cunningham, J. Bathing at Portrush 15 96-99
Cunningham, J. Boiling house 1 65
Cunningham, J. Browns of Trienaltenagh 19 89-91
Cunningham, J. Coleraine Corporation 9 62-67
Cunningham, J. Coleraine Linnets 8 27-52
Cunningham, J. Coleraine Whiskey 13 8-13
Cunningham, J. Coleraine’s bridges 5 1
Cunningham, J. Culcrow corn mill 2 67-70
Cunningham, J. Culcrow mill revisited 12 93-94
Cunningham, J. Diving displays – a photographic history 11 49-50
Cunningham, J. D.Moore & Sons Ltd. 8 60-64
Cunningham, J. Down to the Port – a day at the seaside 11 37-43
Cunningham, J. Dr. Drummond Grant 20  33
Cunningham, J. Early memories of J. Johnston Abraham 12 76-78
Cunningham, J. Early sand racing and time trials in N.W. Ulster 20 46-51
Cunningham, J. Elocution classes 14 37-38
Cunningham, J. Emigration to N. America from lower Bann Valley 5 39-41
Cunningham, J. Extracts from journals of A.H. Moody, Magilligan & Coleraine 13 51-60
Cunningham, J. Famous Portstewart landmark 15 89-90
Cunningham, J. Further memories of Irish Society Schools in Coleraine 8 110-114
Cunningham, J. George Brockerton 7 47-59
Cunningham, J. Gift box 17 52-54
Cunningham, J. Grain milling in Coleraine 18 80-88
Cunningham, J. Guiding in Coleraine 16 22-41
Cunningham, J. H. & T. Bellas 13 48-49
Cunningham, J. Hearth money rolls 5 99-101
Cunningham, J. History of cinema in Coleraine 15 39-48
Cunningham, J. Horse fairs and markets 14 69-73
Cunningham, J. Hugh Thom Barrie 19 80-82
Cunningham, J. James McCook 18 45
Cunningham, J. James & Katherine McFaull 17 57-58
Cunningham, J. Jimmy Kennedy – a writer of songs 2 61-62
Cunningham, J. John McCullough 13 84-92
Cunningham, J. Keeping the past alive 14 77-78
Cunningham, J. Killowen Male Voice Choir 15 1-16
Cunningham, J. Laundry services in the 20th century 13 40-46
Cunningham, J. Life & times of Mary L. Elder (nee Watt) 12 63-68
Cunningham, J. Linnets fly home for happy reunion 9 27-29
Cunningham, J. Long way from Mountsandel to New Zealand 13 80-83
Cunningham, J. Loughan 12 51-54
Cunningham, J. McMurtry’s saddlery 13 47
Cunningham, J. McCooks of Garvagh, Australia & New Zealand 19 57-62
Cunningham, J. Mavis’s Merry Men 9 85-87
Cunningham, J. Memories of a 50’s childhood in Coleraine 4 54-60
Cunningham, J. Memories of Irish Society Schools 6 1-46
Cunningham, J. More Coleraine blacksmiths 13 32-35
Cunningham, J. News of emigrants 7 19-20
Cunningham, J. Portrush & Coleraine laundry 13 40-46
Cunningham, J. Portrush hotels 15 93-95
Cunningham, J. Portstewart’s first regatta 15 81-83
Cunningham, J. Potato planting 12 95-97
Cunningham, J. Prata digging time 10 75-77
Cunningham, J. Quotations & sayings 10 91-93
Cunningham, J. Rampart Band 9 88-89
Cunningham, J. Recitations remembered 3 48
Cunningham, J. Reid’s Terrace 16 66-68
Cunningham, J. Robert “Stamper” Thompson 9 90-93
Cunningham, J. Rural gateways 3 51-53
Cunningham, J. Rural smiths, Aghadowey, Agivey & Macosquin 1840-1986 3 20-25
Cunningham, J. Rural tradesmen & entertainers 4 46-50
Cunningham, J. Shirt-making industry in Coleraine 9 75-84
Cunningham, J. Story of a headstone 2 21
Cunningham, J. Swinging sixties 19 71-74
Cunningham, J. Tappietousie 5 57-58
Cunningham, J. The other Kitty of Coleraine 10 56-57
Cunningham, J. “The Shop” 8 76-79
Cunningham, J. Townlands 18 74-76
Cunningham, J. Unwelcome guests? 12 22
Cunningham, J. Window into the past 11 34-36
Cunningham, J. Windsor Quartet 10 32
Cunningham, J. “Woolies” 14 51-52
Derry & Antrim Yearbook 1958. Ancient Coleraine Ceremony 10 61
Derry & Antrim Yearbook 1929 .Carelessness 5 32
Derry & Antrim Yearbook 1947. Cutting the churn 4 40
Derry & Antrim Yearbook 1928. How to manage a wife 8 19
Derry & Antrim Yearbook 1904. Labourers’ cottages in Coleraine rural district 5 98
Derry & Antrim Yearbook 1929. Smile mottoes 5 54
Derry & Antrim Yearbook 1947. Tolerably sober 4 40
Derry & Antrim Yearbook 1904. Well known Character – George McMath 5 103
Doherty, R. Memories of childhood 10 48-53
Douglas, J.McG. Moonlight in old Coleraine 5 42
Douglas, J.McG. Village natural 5 104
Downs, N. Rural tailoring 2 22-28
Edmiston, D. Terrace in our town 9 49-55
Fairley, J. Barry’s Amusements 11 86-89
Fetridge, H. Family album 3 63-64
Fitzgerald, P. Emigration from Coleraine district & Irish emigration database project 7 14-18
Forrest, R. Application lists for freedom of Corporation of Coleraine 1801-32 10 33-47
Forrest, R. Early Coleraine marriage “strays” 1655-1771 15 54-68
Forrest, R. Early wills relating to Coleraine & district 12 23-29
Forrest, R. M.Given manuscripts 9 8-23
Forrest, R.M. Given manuscripts Part 2 10 33-47
Gahan, A. Archaelogical excavations at Stone Row Coleraine 1 40-42
Gamble, R. MacLaughlin family 19 63-69
Gilmore, G. Agivey brick & tile works 16 56-64
Gilmore, G. Coleraine marriages from C18th newspapers 17 94-97
Gilmore, G. Colerains – quality Irish linen 19 39-40
Gilmore, G. Collins scutch mills 3 5
Gilmore, G. 18th century Coleraine 16 81-86
Gilmore, G. Laying foundation stone of new bridge at Coleraine (1842) 19 52-53
Gilmore, G. Made in Coleraine 20 74
Gilmore, G. Rev. J. Bryce, Killaig 1805-57 4 51-53
Gilmore, M. U.S. 82nd. Airborne Divison 20 9-11
Girvan, D. History of St. Mary’s Priory Coleraine 5 2-32
Given, M. Big bang 12 10
Given, M. Camus ford 1 61-62
Given, M. Castle of Coleraine 7 92
Given, M. Famine 5 101
Given, M. High cross at Camus-juxta-Bann 3 10-14
Given, M. Improvements at Portrush 11 51
Given, M. Priest’s road in parish of Camus-juxta-Bann 10 78-83
Given, M. Woman’s campaign 12 111
Gregg, H. Talk given to Society 17.11.2009 16 7-14
Gribbon, G.J. Early days at Coleraine Cottage Hospital 10 18-21
Gribbon, H. Edward Gribbon & Sons 13 36-39
Haines, K. No longer strangers in a strange land 12 11-21
Hall, N. A pioneer in agricultural education 1 50-53
Hamill, M. Castlerock man saves life of Duke of Edinburgh 11 1-4
Hamill, M. Dinnings before Australia 18 89-91
Hamill, M. Extracts from McComb’s Directory 1861 17 68-75
Hamill, M. Mills of Tullaghbane 15 104-107
Hamill, M. Sarah’s story 12 5-9
Hamill, M. Sir Alan Cobham’s flying circus visits Coleraine 14 1-5
Hamilton, E. A very remarkable man (Henry Hamilton) 2 29-36
Hamilton, T. Bishops – a family business 8 65-67
Hart, N.M. Seasonal entertainments in Portrush 1895-1915 11 67-77
Hazlett, H.A. Kennedy’s foundry 2 53-56
Heaney, S. The wife’s tale 1 55
Hegarty, R. Ulster on the eve of the Plantation 19 41-51
Hemphill, B. Granny’s 1940/50’s school days 18 41-42
Henry, S. Woods of Mountsandel 5 82-86
Henry, S.R. Public transport services in Portstewart 11 5-34
Heyland, J. Letter from the past 1 26
Heyland, J. Window on the past 1785 3 59-60
Hezlett, H. Hugh Kennedy the clock maker 1 27-29
High Court of Admiralty Examinations 1637. Deposition of Robert Shawe 5  102
Hill, B. Dixon’s of Coleraine 5 87-92
Hill, B. Dr. John Bodkin Adams 1899-1983 4 1-7
Hill, B. Events gleaned from Derry & Antrim Yearbook 14 45-48
Hill, B. John Lawrence 1811-79 16 15-18
Hinchliff, M et al. More history of Guiding 17 1-6
Hinchlilff, M. WVS in Coleraine 17 43-47
Hunter, J. Coleraine regatta 4 37-39
Jarvis, S. Candle still burns 17 76-78
Johnson, J.J. Last man’s club of Battery “B” 20 6-8
Kennedy, B. McKinneys of Kilrea & East Tennessee 7 65-69
Kerr, E.M.F. Fearful tragedy & great sensation 7 81-83
Kerr, J. Kerrs of Roselick 13 93-94
Kirkpatrick, A. Famous sons & daughters project 14 81-88
Kirkpatrick, B. Visit to Coleraine 1917 13 73-77
Kirkpatrick, C. Carson & the Ulster Covenant in Coleraine 18 50-57
Kirkpatrick, D. Coleraine Orange Hall centenary 17 39-42
Kirkpatrick, D. Early golfing days on the Causeway Coast 15 84-88
Kirkpatrick, D. Excerpts from a gunner’s diary 1940-45 14 6-13
Kirkpatrick, D. Fading memories of “The High” 18 21-23
Kirkpatrick, D. Fall of the Lombard 14 66-68
Kirkpatrick, D. Henry Cummins – road contractor 15 17-20
Kirkpatrick, D. Short tale of a steam roller 19 54-55
Knox, A. History of chipboard manufacturing in Coleraine 13 1-7
Knox, S. Knox’s farewell 7 63-64
Laird, E.B. All I know of my mother’s forbears 12 79-92
Lake, W.F. Around the car parks 3 15-19
Lake, W.F. Hillman’s Fancy 1 39
Lake, W.F. Shops and businesses of Coleraine 8 80-91
Langdale, E. Ferris’s in Coleraine 19 92-94
Leslie, M. Snapshot of my early days in Portrush 8 1-7
Logan, D. Cromore Tragedy 4 41-45
Logan, D. Helen O’Hara 1845-1920 16 18
Logan, W.C. Lane less travelled 17 48-51
Lunney, L. Coleraine school prize list 1809 16 65
Lyttle, N. Just a token search 15 74-80
McAlister, J. Ardbana Terrace 7 84-87
McAlister, J. Back home in old Coleraine 3 6-9
McAlister, J. Barons of Coleraine 10 9-17
McAlister, J. Coleraine Hoard 4 70-73
McAlister, J. Coleraine Model School 18 35-37
McAlister, J. Entertainment in the ’50’s – Coleraine Chronicle adverts 14 74-76
McAlister, J. Hillman family in the New World 7 70-80
McAlister, J. Investigating Mountsandel cottage 1 7-9
McAlister, J. J. Johnston Abraham 14 16-26
McAlister, J. Jimmy Kennedy celebration concert 9 70-72
McAlister, J. Kennedy’s foundry 13 14-25
McAlister, J. Memories of childhood 17 9-15
McAlister, J. Postcards from the past 5 69-79
McAlister, J. Town Hall a little deja-vu 2 57-60
McAlister, J. Who shot Cushy Glenn? 6 47-58
McAlister, J. Woman of 3 cows 10 68-69
McAllister, A. Wullie’s motor car 14 39
McAllister, N. Music societies & choral tradition in Coleraine 1830-1914 6 102-110
McCaughan, A. Clothworkers, the Plantation of Ulster & the village of Articlave 19 1-11
McClean, U. Old Portstewart 9 24-26
McCloskey, C. Jack 20 65-66
McCloy, M. Blagh Primary School in 1950’s 18 38-39
McCollum, J.K. Aristocrat of fibres & an Ulster scutch mill 1 22-25
McCollum, J.K. Bryces of Killaig 10 84-88
McCurry, V.M. My father’s tea 10 8
McDonald, T. Coleraine Workhouse treat 1938 19 70
McDonald, T. Distillery up for sale 19 88
McDonald, T. Gribbon’s Mill falls to demolisher’s hammer 19 56
McDonald, T. Paddy Byrnes 9 94-95
McDonald, T. Trades & professions in Coleraine 100 years ago (1913) 19 27-33
MacFarlane, L. Growth of motor trade in Coleraine 8 53-59
McGrattan, H. Bath house, stables, garage, Portrush 13 78-79
McGrattan, H. Black Man at Ballywillan 17 7-8
McGrattan, H. 1892 & Portrush goes to the polls 18 62-63
McGrattan, H. Fighting the Cold War on Cranagh Hill 19 83-87
McGrattan, H. First Derry & Antrim Yearbook 1899 15 69-73
McGrattan, H. In search of William Adams 12 45-47
McGrattan, H. Night my father was shot 20 72-73
McGrattan, H. Nineteen eighty-four 10 1-5
McGrattan, H. Photographic memories 18 66-70
McGrattan, H. Port without a port 20 67-71
McGrattan, H. Portrush General Holiday 17 55-56
McGrattan, H. Portrush 1900 8 15-19
McGrattan, H. Wartime censorship uncovered 16 42-45
McGrattan, H. We’re gonna hang out the washing 20 12
McGrattan, H. Yesterday’s news 14 34-36
McIntosh, E. Phantom was well within the woodwork 12 102-103
McKay, B. Role of commercial fisherman in fisheries management 1 15-21
McKay, J. Memories of old Coleraine 2 7-11
MacLaughlin, D. Glimpses of old Portrush 8 8-10
MacLaughlin, D. John McCullough (1832-85) from eviction to theatre stardom 8 97-103
MacLaughlin, D. Notes on origins of the town of Portstewart 1 66-67
MacLaughlin, D. Sale of 2 farms 12 98-101
MacLaughlin, D. The Screen 9 73-74
MacLaughlin, D. Story of the Carrig-na-Cule 7 1-5
McRobert, A. Memories of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s 20 35-38
Madill, E.K.C. William Kelly 1860-1934 5 59-65
Marshall, J. Andrew McLean May – an appreciation 6 72-75
Martin, D. Who was Freeman Wills Crofts? 10 64-67
May, A.McL. Bronze age burials 6 66-71
Meehan, H. George Montgomery 17 79-88
Millar, J. Soiree & ball at Ballywillan 7 88
Millar, J. Portstewart’s appalling sea tragedy 6 59-65
Moffatt, T.F. Johnstons of Drumsaragh Townland 14 53-65
Moore, A. Rev. J. Simpson’s first journey to America 11 80-85
Moore, L. Wilson Edgar 16 87-97
Morrison, J. Commercial salmon fishing on the Bann & north coast 18 1-17
Morrison, J. Record shops 15 21-28
Mullan, J. Garvagh businesses 13 26-27
Mullan, J. Pat the peddlar & other Garvagh characters 3 54-58
Mullin, T.H. Bannfield over four centuries 1 10-14
Mullin, T.H. Wyllys of Coleraine,West Indies & Georgia 5 43-52
Nesbitt, J. After the Covenant 19 17-26
Nesbitt, J. Jimmy Nesbitt (jnr) early years 16 46-53
Nesbitt, J. Two notable Castlerock families 20 57-64
New Row Presbyterian Church. Registers 20 75-97
Nicholson, R.H. History of Law family 7 21-46
Northern Constitution. Prices of household necessaries 1916 5 108
Northern Constitution. Snippets from 18 May 1935 12 104-106
Nuhan, E. Oor last pig 5 67-68
Nutt, B. History of motor cycling in N.W. Ulster 17 59-65
Ottaviano, P.E.  Averell and Lloyd families of Ireland & Australia 17 24-38
Palmer, J. Extract from town directory for Coleraine, 1880 13 67
Perry, H. Causeway Museum Service 9 101-103
Perry, H. Open letter to Coleraine Historical Society 12 107-110
Pollard, E. Vanishing ancient monuments to the south of Portstewart 4 24-36
Quinn, M. Edward (Ned) Quinn 20 14
Reid, W. Cullyvenny National School 4 64-66
Reynolds, A.W. Coleraine Drama Club 1944-49 2 37-49
Reynolds, A.W. Coleraine Drama Club 1949-52 – the playhouse 3 36-41
Reynolds, A.W. Coleraine Drama Club 1952-54 – plays & pantomimes 4 67-69
Robinson, A. Holden’s Directory 1811, Coleraine 13 63-66
Robinson, A. Bellemont – a prize winning farm 8 20-23
Robinson, M. Ben Goodfellow (1864-1946) journey to Ireland 1881 19 34-38
Rogers. Song of the shirt 12 71-75
Sandford, E. Memories of an amateur thespian 11 78-79
Sandford, E. What was Portrush like in 1605? 12 35-44
Scott, E.McA. Fifty years ago 3 49-50
Sheppard, J.H. Bann at Oul Coleraine 20 34
Simpson, B. Centenary of Coleraine Music Festival 15 34-38
Shiel, G. Lines on Cuil-Rathean 7 87
Stewart, A. Beech trees 3 5
Stewart, A. Cattle measure 3 61
Thomas, A. Coleraine – A. Stewart’s report & map 1738 & 1758 4 8-23
Tilling, P.M.  A.D. McCormick – a Coleraine life recovered 2 12-20
Tinto, S. Miss Dorothy of Donaghadee 15 100-103
Ussher, R.G. Early forties in C.A.I. 3 1-4
Vowles, P. Flowerfield Arts Centre – notes on its past history 3 28-30
Vowles, P. Hubert Butler & the first years of library service in Coleraine 2 63-65
Vowles, P. Making connections 14 14-15
Ward, K. History of Coleraine Art Society 20 17-28
Warke, C. Drinking “The Brown Trout” dry in 1945 3 33-35
Warner, R. Bann Disc 2 5-6
Warner, R. Drunken Ulstermen & Fort of Two Peaks 7 6-13
Warner, R. Riddle of the “Ballyrashane” gold hoard 8 104-109
Waugh, E. (Portrush 1869) 7  97
Weatherup, R. Spark upon the Bann 17 18-21
White, S. Memories of New Row 8 68-75
Whyte, J. Old “Show” Fire 12 61-62
Wilson, C. Adam Clarke 12 48-50
Wilson, D. Another Jimmy Kennedy tribute 20 52-54
Wilson, D. Emigrants to E. Pennsylvania in early C19th 9 30-38
Wilson, F. Big Sunday 20 39-45
Wilson, F.A. Herring Pond Portstewart 16 76-80
Wilson, F.A. Lord Garvagh’s Norwegian legacy 19 75-79
Wilson, F.A. Technical education in Coleraine 18 25-34
Wilson, F.A. 30 years youth hostelling on the north coast 17 89-93
Wilson, M.Y. Dolls of Christmas past 12 69-70
Wilson, M.Y. Tea in a tin can 10 6-7
Wilson, P. Bishop of Derry and the Bishop of Barf 20 29-32
Wilson, P. Bann estuary railway 15 91-92
Wilson, P. Miss Dorothy of Donaghadee 15 100-103
Wilson, P. Portrush peat 18 46-49
Wilson, Rev.  Curfew bell 8 115-116
Windy, M. History of Stewarts of Appin & Lismoyle 7 60-62
Yates, O.  On the way to school 17 22-23

 

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