LADYHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL 70
Bobby Cameron, Len Ireland, Herbie McCabe, Amanda Armour, Eileen Fleming,
Betsy Fleming, Pamela Wilson, Jim Purdy and John Fleming.
3rd Row: Mrs. McIlwaine (Teacher), Tommy Fleming,
Billy Ingram, Audry Beattie, Mable McCammond, Elizabeth McMahon, Mauve McCallum,
Margaret (Marty) Purdy, Anna McCabe, - - - - - - - -
- - - - - - -Beatrice Purdy, Kenneth McKitterick and George Bates.-
- - - - - - - - -- - - --2nd Row: Bobby
Armour, Muriel Flemming, Marion Clark, Dorothy Clark, Elsie Carson, Audrey
Purdy, Kay Carson, Margaret Warwick, Mary McClenaghan, Joesphine McMahon,
Olga Carson, - - - - Evelyn
Armstrong, Dorothy Armour, Ella Ireland, Doris Blackbourne, Joseophine Fleming,
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Mervyn McKitterick and Miss
Allen (Teacher). - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
F.Row: Liam Blackbourne, James McMahon, Norman
Purdy, James Armour, Brian McCabe, Sammy Rantin, Donald Rantin, Derek Jackson,
Artie Stevenson, Ian Stevenson, Derek McCabe, and Davy McMahon. The year is
LADYHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL 926
- - - - -- - - - -- - - -This
is the class of 1954 from Ladyhill Primary School. -
- - - - - - -- - -- -B.Row:
Mrs McElwaine, William Fleming, Unknown, Sammy Warwick, Sammy
Ranton, Andy - - - - -
- - - - - - - - - - -Warwick, Bobby Reilly, Kenneth McClenghan
and Unknown. - - - -- - - - - Next
Row: Vera Kennedy, Mary McCleanghan, Margaret Warwick, Martha Irvine,
Chris McCleanghan, Dorothy Armour, Elsie Carson, Evelyn Armstrong, Marrion
Clark, Miss Allen - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
- - - - - - - - - - - 'Head Mistress' and unknown.-
- -- - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - -F.Row:
Ann Newell, Florence Hall, Audrey Cameron, Lucy Matchett, Kay Carson, Wilma
Carson, Rene Clark, Miss Crawford, Miss Crawford 'twins', Pat
Gage, Sarah Mary Armour and - - - - - - - -
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - -Margaret
Price.- - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
-Seated: William Hall, Pamela Heath, June
Ireland, Wilma Carson, Betty Millar, Mary -
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Montgomery, Jane Montgomery and William Montgomery.
- -- - - - - - -Kneeling:
George Heath, Martin Terry, William Hall, Ann Simpson, Evelyn Hill, Josphine
Fleming, Gilbert Rantin, Unknown,Unknown,Unknown and Unknown.
LADYHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL 1146
Here we have Ladyhill Primary School were lots of people
have told me about their times there. The year of the photograph is unknown.
Here we are on the Old Ballynoe Road ,Ladyhill in 1938.
Sitting outside her house is Mrs Craig, beside her is Leslie Agnew in his
Tartan outfit. Leslie was up visiting Mrs Craig who was his Great Grandmother.
LAWTHER WEDDING 2070
This wedding photograph taken in 1950 is of Josha Lawther
with his Bride Ethel Steele and her sister Catherine Jackson Steele, the Best
man is unknown.
Now some information for the ladies: The bride's dress was light Blue, with
matching hat, handbag, gloves and shoes in navy. The flowers were pink Carnations
and she had Sandy hair and Blue eyes. The bridesmaid dress was a darker Blue
with matching hat, handbag, gloves and shoes in navy.
The flowers were pink Carnations and she had Sandy hair and Brown eyes.
The Groom of course was in Kaki with Black hair and Brown eyes. The best man's
suit was Navy and he had fair hair and Blue eyes.
MAURICE LEITCH 2689
Taken all the way by his parents in 1936 to the Louis
Morrison Photographer's Studio at 83 Royal Avenue Belfast to have this lovely
This little lad was born in Muckamore in 1933, later in his life he trained
as a teacher at Stranmillis College in Belfast. He went on to teach at Antrim
Primary School for a number of years before moving to London to be head of
the BBC radio drama features in 1970. He has written radio and screenplays,
nine novels which have won prizes and also a collection of short stories.
I'm sure by now you know who the lad is, it's our very own Maurice Leitch!
LADIES & MORRIS CAR 2694
These two ladies who, unknown are having a break from
driving while out for a run in their Morris car are also sensibly members
of the RAC.
GRANNY LOUGHLIN 2718
It's the early 1900's, nearly Christmas and before 2pm
as Granny Loughlin deep in thought looks out the window at the rain coming
down.I wonder did the barometer on the wall forcast it also is that her beloved
husband in the photograph looking down on her? Now is Granny who is wearing
a beautiful embroidered blouse with a throat brooch, has she just finished
reading the rolled up paper in her hand? for her glasses are tucked in the
pocket in the blouse. Perhaps Granny Loughlin is waiting for someone to come
so she can give them the present on the mantlepiece.
LAUGHLIN WEDDING 2118
This lovely wedding photograph was taken at the Ashleigh
Studio in Belfast on January 1936.
The groom, Robert Laughlin lived in Castle Street Antrim and his beautiful
Bride Nora Gillespie who came from Fermanagh but worked at Bush House.
Just look at her Bouquet, her wedding dress with the white fur on the sleeves
and her Tiara, just sheer elegance.
LAUGHLIN WEDDING 2119
In this photograph we have to go back 73 years to this
wedding in January 1936.
Sadly on the left the Best man is Unknown but could possibly have been an
Antrim man for the Groom is Robert Laughlin who lived in Castle Street.
His lovely Bride Nora Gillespie came from Fermanagh but worked in Bush House.
The Bridesmaid with the trailing bouquet was her sister Emily Gillespie.
LOCAL ANTRIM LADS 1820
These local Antrim lads back in 1954 lived in Castle
Street, Market Square and High Street.
At the back is Alan Crawford and Dessie Gillespie. In front are Stanley Coulter,
John Coulter and Arnold Creighton.
LOANENDS CHURCH YOUTH GROUP 1890
Standing outside their church are the members of Loanends
Church Youth Group in 1956.
In the back row are Wislon Kilpatrick, Kathleen Kilpatrick, Rev Derek Allen,
Mrs Alice Allen, Allistar McCourt Willbor Rankin and Wallace Coulter.
At the front we have Eileen Price holding her box camera of the day, Hubert
White, Margaret White, Joan McQuillan, Elizabeth Devlin, Netta Scott, Molly
Price and Jim White.
LOANENDS UNITED FOOTBALL TEAM 2878
This is Loanends United football Team in 1960 and at
the back from the left are Sammy Robinson, Unknown, Cedric Blackbourne, Alex
McBride and Stanley Coulter.
- - -In front are Unknown, Unknown, Nelson Mcdowell,
Harry Price, Unknown and Unknown. -
- - My thanks to Ed Cunningham who has now gone home of Ontario, Canada
for this photograph.
BILL LOMAS 2882
Leaning over as he hurtles over Leathermstown bridge
on his 350 Moto Guzzi in the 1955 Ulster Grand Prix.
My thanks to Ed Cunningham who
has now gone home of Ontario, Canada for this photograph.
Photograph taken in Antrim
Castle grounds in 1947 are Antrim Lifeboys and their Leaders.
At the back we have George Millar, Bobby Cameron,
Norman McCaig, Cecil Hannon, Victor Erskine and George Nicholl.
Standing in the middle are Warren McCabe, Herbert
McCabe, Mervyn McKitterick, George Ferguson, Jim Beresford, Stanley Carson,
Usher Hood, Sidney Quinn And George McFadden. Seated
at the front are Jackie Baird, Miss Violet Bell, Rev Cannon Kerr, Mr. Tommy
Moore, Mr. Bill Cameron and James Purdy.
THE LYONS 2790
Here we are at the Lyons family home and at the back
on the doorstep is Lily Lyons and in front of Lily to the right is Mae Lyons.
The lady and the child are unknown.
LOANENDS PIPE BAND 2796
Here we are on the Seven Mile Straight road in 1957 and
just passing Loanends Church is Loanends Pipe Band. At the moment I have no
names of the members of the band. Over the wall you can just see someone's
bicycle leaning against the church wall.
I can remember when I was about 12 years old I realised I was going to be
late for Sunday School, so I hopped on my bike and made it just in time. When
I came home my mother wanted to know why I was on my bike on a Sunday and
when I told her, my mother was mortified for back then everyone walked to
church rain or shine even if you had a car or not it was not the done thing
to do, I was grounded for a week!
LOUGH NEAGH HOTEL
This hotel was in a way quite different from the other
hotels in that it didn't have a bar or restaurant on the ground floor. It
had a retail shops instead, J.Murphy the jewellers owned the shop on the right
but the owner of the left one is unknown. The photograph was taken sometime
in October, year unknown, reason being is that the shop window is full of
LOUGH NEAGH 2243
This photograph taken as the sunrise sets over Lough
Neagh in the distance you can see the ruins of Shane's Castle in the 50's.
This was a postcard photograph and was sent by Ruby to her friend Miss E.
Kane of 23 Ballywilliam Road Portrush, posted at 5.30pm on the second 2nd
March 1953 in Antrim town.
It reads as follows: "I
am keeping better, many thanks for sending on parcel so quickly. I had a nice
long walk this morning, the weather is quite mild. I am glad you had a nice
week-ending Belfast. Looking forward to seeing you soon again, Love from Ruby."
LENNON PORTRAIT 930
Such a beautiful portrait of the Lennon sisters from
Antrim, their parents took them to Belfast to get this photo taken - from
the left we have Hetty, Janie and Emily. Janie when she grew up married and
had children, her son took up motorbike racing and became a champion - his
name? Len Ireland!
LAWTHER PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
It is 1956 and here we have the pupils of Lawther Public
Elementary School out at Dunadry.
- At the back
are R.Steele, L.Wilson, Pauster McQuillan, Unknown, John Goodrich, Wilma -
- -Kinnen, Margaret Allen, Unknown, -
J.Wallace, Beth Rainey, M.Wells,Miss Spence,Unknown,
- - - - - - - - - - - - --Robert
Wasson, Raymond Doole, Sammy Wells and R.Spence.- -
-- -- - - ---- - -5th row Mrs Ginn (Teacher),Unknown,D.Hunter,
A.Goodrich,Unknown, Unknown, M.McComb, - - - - -Unknown,
Unknown, Miss Slavin, Bill McCormick, Unknown, N.Hunter
and Mr.Ginn - - - - - - - - -
- - - - - - - - - - - -- - -- - - - - - - - - -(Head Teacher).
- - - -- - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -4th
row B.Elliott, Ronnie Maybin, John McQuillan, Tully Lynn, Carol Fox,
Mary McQuillan, Miss Spence,Margaret Steele, Mari Millar, Wilson Steele, Maxi
Millar,Gerald McCaig, Jim Millar - - - - - - - - - -
- - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - and D.Beck.
- - - -- - -- - - - - - - - -- -- - - - - - - - - -3rd
row Jim Craig, Malcolm Ashe, M.Doole,Unknown,R.Wilson,
M.Gillispie, Miss Wells, - - -
- -Unknown, Miss Millar, Ann Millar,Unknown,C.Gray, C.Kirkpatrick,N.Faloon
and Unknown. - - - - -..Half
hidden away we have the 2nd row Andrew Wilson, Edmund McQuillan, Unknown,
- - - - Unknown, T.Graham, Pearl Craig, Betty
Craig, Unknown, Miss Doole, Joy Millar, Unknown,
-- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Unknown
and Master Fallon.- - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - -Front
row Unknown, Master Hunter, Unknown, John Craig, Unknown, E.Gray, Elenor
Spence, Miss Wells, A.Wallace, Unknown, Unknown, M.Barnes, Unknown, Unknown,
Unknown, John Gray, Samuel Wilson and Unknown.
LOADING COAL 1051
Loading up the carts with coal at Larne Harbour to take
back to Antrim!
Left you can see the empty bags ready to be filled to load unto the cart.
The year is unknown.
LOL 201 1791
Striding out in front for LOL 201 is Philip Martin. Behind
Philip is Willie Steele and to Willie's left is Gordon McCaig. Behind Willie
is Harry Scott, Harry Ireland, Willie Trimble, Unknown and then Jimmy Wallace
carring a Deacon Pole. The Band is the A.B.D. Pipe band from Antrim.
LAWTHER PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
- - - -This
school photograph taken in 1935 at Lawther Public Elementary School, Dunadry.-
the back we have Betty McGrath, Wilbert Milligan, Bertie Patton, Bertha
Gray, Gorgon- - - - - - -- - - - Morrow, Molly
Porter, Gordon Johnston, Herbie Spence and Peggy McQuilken.--
- - - Middle row are John McGrath, Tom
Johnston, Elsie May, Master Spence, Dorothy Greddis, David Spence, Marion
McGrath, James Patton and Allen McGrath.
Seated with their arms folded are Beatrice Patton,
Danny May, Master McQuilken, Sandy Spence and Peggy May.
LAWTHER PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
This is the class of 1939 of Lawther Primary School at
Dunadry and all smiles for the camera.
Back row Alan Craig, Sam McCombe, Jogn McGill,
Willie Montgomery, Danny Davidson, Willie McGill, Norman Hawker, Jack Davidson,
Jim Young, Gilbert Lynn, Wesley McQuilken, Frank Skelton, Sidney Quirey and
In front of them are Hilda Hall, Evelyn Brown,
Maureen Craig, Sadie Skelton, Evelyn Kennedy, Ruth McCormick, Margaret Jackson,
Margaret Shannon, Barbra Ashe, Lizzie Skelton, Ina Logan, Sally McCombe and
Martha Kirkpatrick. Now seated and with his head down we have Erskine Campbell,
Betty Cairns, Margaret Davidson, Ellen Skelton, Freda Craig, Ruby Logan, Ellie
Ashe, - - - - - - Mary Wilson, Margaret Brown,
Margaret McCombe, Jean Geddis Maureen French - - - -
-- - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - and Phyllis Young.
- - -- - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - On
the ground with their arms folded are Bobby Brown, Maurice Leitch,Willie
Hall, Dennis Young, Bertie Jones, David Hall, Tommy French Jimmy Kirkpatrick
and Willie Craig.
LAWTHER PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
This Lawther School photograph with all these fresh well
scrubbed faces was taken in 1954.
Back row Mr.Lamont (Teacher), John Goodrich,
Crawford Taylor, Robert McMullan, Fulton McClure, Britton Logan, David Fletcher,
Ronnie Patton, John Fletcher, Ivan Foxe, Derek Steele, Samuel Quigley, Taylor
Kirkpatrick, Willson Steele and Mr. Lamont (Teacher). The Lamont teachers
were not related. The Lamont on the left when he was lowering the flag to
half-mast for the death of King George he dropped dead.
3rd row Molly Rainey, Tillie Lynn, Ailleen Lamont,
Margaret McQuillan, Elsa McQuillan, Betty Quigley, Frances Quigley, Dorothy
Steele, Jean Spence, Olga Lamont, Margaret Kennedy, Annie Brown and Anne Spence.
2nd row Wilma Kinnen, Bertha Rainey, Evelyn Reade,
Mary McQuillan, Ruby Gillespie, Margaret Reade, Elizabeth Warnock, Marie Craig,
Mrs.McBride (Teacher) was the minister's wife and her daughter is Muriel further
along the row, Pamela Mullan, Ansy Skelton, Margaret Warnock,
Isobel Spence, Margaret Steele, Norma Quigley, Muriel McBride and Mavis Gillespie.
Front row Master Quigley, Unknown, Canning Taylor,
Gerald McCaige, Bobby Cairns, Arrell Kinnen, Master McQuillan, Ian Alexander,
Leonard Wilson and Raymond Doole.
LAWTHER PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
This is the Lawther Public Elementary School class of
1931. Some of the faces are blurred because they moved while the camera was
taking the photo.
In the back are Albert Topping, Hugh Worthington,
Samuel Steele, Margaret Steele, Margaret -
- -Moore, Levina Preston, Kathleen Scott, Bessie?, Miss Steele,
Miss Steele, Unknown, Master - - - - - - - - - - - -
- - - - - - - - - - - - -Spence and Charlie Scott.
- - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - -The
middle row starts with Unknown, Master Shannon, Kenny Preston, George
McCaige, C.McNall, Walter Parker, Bertie Patton, Bertie Steele, Master Spence,
Master Shannon and - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Master Patton.-
- - - - - - -- - -- - - - - - - - - - - -IIn
the front with all arms folded are Master Wassen, Master Patton, Miss
Smith, Miss Skelton, Miss Smith, Miss Steele, Miss Smith, Miss Smith, Miss
Skelton, Miss Skelton,
Master Magill and Master McMullan. Hugh Worthington in the back row went on
to become an air gunner in the Second World War but was sadly lost.
LOUGH HOUSE SCHOOL 1124
This is the class of 1941 of Lough House School Aghalee
and the boy cross-legged at the front on the right is Stephen Gilchrist from
Antrim Sadly the rest of the children are unknown unless you know and can
make a happy photo really happy once more.
LOANENDS PRIMARY SCHOOL
All smiles for the camera these " Bright Sparks"
or should I say " Model Pupils " belong to -
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Loanends Primary School in 1957. -- - - - - --
- - - - - -- - - - - -- -At
the back are Miss Fisher (Vice Principal), David Wallace, Unknown,
Roy Kirkpatrick, - - - - - - -Unknown, David
McGregor, Alex Mackay, Samuel McClurken, Unknown, Unknown, William -
- -- - - - - - - - - - - -- - - -- - - -Devlin, Unknown and Mr. Logan
(Principal). - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2nd
row has Ann Falkener, Unknown, Maureen Wallace, Ruby Erwin, Edna Kirkpatrick,
Eleanor Johnston, May Gowdy, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Margaret
Wallace, Evelyn - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Thursby,
Ann Devlin, Margaret Scott and Mavie Mackay. - - - -
- - - -- - - The Front
row has Unknown, Jean Adair, Helen McQuillen, Rosemary Patterson, Hannah
Taylor, Unknown, Irma Brown, Linda Kirkpatrick, Helen Logan, Unknown, Agnes
Jones, Unknown, Elizabeth Wallace, Unknown and Ann Harper.
On the ground are Unknown, Unknown, Unknown,
Unknown, David Taylor, Unknown, Bill Jones, Norman Kirkpatrick, Unknown and
Here we are in the sixties and outside Antrim railway
station are members of a lodge waiting for a train. Among the members are
staff from Holywell Hospital Sam Jackson, George Jackson, Alex Fleming, Andrew
Reresford, Herman Taggart, Gaston Gamble, Gilbert Rantin and Jimmy Carson.
LOUGH NEAGH 234
The man with the white cap on is the skipper Bristow
Wallace who took the tourists out on to the Lough sightseeing. Two of the
men are wearing watch chains and the lady has on a very daring dress. Taken
in the 1930's.
LOUGH NEAGH 238
Here the tourists are disembarking after being out on
the Lough with skipper Bristow Wallace. Everyone looks happy so it must have
been a calm Lough.
Date of the photograph is unknown.
LOUGH NEAGH 243
Here we have the skipper Bristow Wallace with the help
of one of the tourists tying up the boat after a trip on the Lough. Date of
the photograph is unknown.
LOUGH NEAGH 239
All set to out on to the Lough with skipper Bristow Wallace
are more tourists and perhaps a few locals. It must have been a cold day looking
at some of the coats and look at the ladies hats. Date of the photograph is
LOUGH NEAGH 252
Tourists ready to come in after a trip on the Lough.
Date of the photograph is unknown.
LOUGH NEAGH 706
Sailing out into Lough Neagh in 1923 are two boys and
girls with a man rowing.
On the shore watching is possibly a father who is smoking a pipe and his young
LOUGH NEAGH 253
A load of happy looking tourists, look at the hat on
the lady to your left. In the bottom left hand corner is the skipper Bristow
Wallace. Date of the photograph is unknown.
LOUGH NEAGH 904
Look at this beautiful old car with it's running board,
chunky headlights and turning indicators. Well back to the ladies in the photo,
the first lady is unknown but the other lady is Auntie Claris. The man who
took the photo is in the services, how do I know? his cap is on the roof of
LYLEHILL P. E. SCHOOL
Here we have the pupils of Lylehill PE School having
their annual photograph taken, the year is unknown.
At the back are from the left Hugh McBurney,
Bertie Crooks, Cecil Cummings, Jim Coulter, Ivor McKay, George Fleming, Drew
Johnston, Noel Rea, Sammy McCrea and Francis Calvert.
Third row has Miss Best (Teacher), Davy Coulter,
Billy Parkes, Sammy Lindsay, Rex Cummings, Alex McBride, George Johnston,
Dessie Hall, Sam Carlise, Francis Coulter, Billy Richie, Robert Ogilby and
Ben Hoey (Headmaster).
Second row are Ronnie Charlton, Neilly McBride,
Pat McKay, Kate Moore, Mavis McKay, May Lindsay, Margaret Hall, Elsie Walker,
Brian Williamson and Barry Rea.
Front row has Matt Walker, Ruby Walker, Esther
Parkes, Elizabeth McCrea, Annie Ogilby Eileen Nesbitt, Frances Rea, Lilah
Ogilby,Noreen Johnston, Kate Moore, Elizabeth Hoey, Anne Charlton, Miss Coulter,
Kathleen Walker, Catherine Hoey, Fleming McBurney and Tom Carlisle.
LYLEHILL P. E. SCHOOL
This photograph of Lylehill P E School pupils was taken
in the field next to the school, the year is unknown.
At the back from the left are Geo Cameson, Robert
Crawford, Sam Lindsay, Brian Russell, George Russell, William Parkes, Brian
Williamson and Jimmy Ford.
Second row has Francis Calvert Barry Rea, Anne
Charlton, Belle Moore, Noreen Johnston, Elsie Walker, Marie McCoy,Miss Ford,
Mabel Bannor, Eliz Hoey, Hester Crawford, Neilly McBride and John McBride.
Seated we have Ethel Barron, Linda Sherrard,
Unknown, Minnie McBurney, Lena McBurney, Catherine Hoey, Kathleen Walker,
Unknown, Ester Parkes, Unknown, Helen McGookin, Ruby Walker, Unknown and Miss
On the ground are Unknown, Master McCoy, David
Carlisle, Tom Carlisle, Ronnie Charlton, Davy Coulter, Matt Walker, Flening
McBurney and David Walker.
Catherine Hoey went on to hold the position of Minister of Sport for about
4-5 years, also the headmaster was her uncle!
LOUGH NEAGH 62
The lady skaters and Gentleman skater here I would say
are upper-class. The ladies are well wraped up including fur collars, the
lady next to the man is wearing a fox collar, my mum had one it was brown.Sadly
everyone are unknown but enjoying themselves in the winter of 1893.
They used to hold in the middle of lough Neagh, barbecues, roast cattle and
have parties also you could go from one side of lough Neagh to the other even
in a horse and cart the ice was that thick.
LAWTHER PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1325
Children getting their photograph
taken in 1925 belong to Lawther Public Elementary School.
At the back are Unknown, Tom Steele, Arty Kirkpatrick,
David Craig, Norman Annesley and George Francey.
Third row has Martha Kirkpatrick, Miss Milligan,
Maggie Steele, Kate McQuillen, Miss Robinson Ida McQuillan and Unknown.
Second row includes Jean McCormick, Margaret
Burns, Nesta Steele, Sadie Forsythe, Agnes Milligan, Jemina Morrow, Jack Morrow
and James Crossey.
Seated are Kate McCormick, Muriel McCormick,
Samuel Steele, Audrey Francey, Hugh Worthington, Jean Worthington, Unknown,
Gordon Morrow and William Crossey.
LOUGH NEAGH 63
The lady who trying to keep
her balance while skating is the lady next to the man in the other picture.
Behind her holding the chair is most likely a maid, it must have been bitterly
cold for the maid is holding a hanky between her hand and the chair.