Sam Henry Collection

4th July 2019

Typed genealogical notes titled ‘Brewster (married twice)’. Part of genealogy research carried out by Sam for John Brewster of New York whose family w…

4th July 2019

Black and white photographic image on glass plate. Features two women sitting on a rock with Mussenden Temple in the background.

4th July 2019

Article cut from a newspaper titled, ‘No. 30. – Agivey River’. Looks into the origins of the name ‘Agivey’. Photographic image captioned, ‘The Agivey… – scan036b

4th July 2019

Copy of a newspaper article pasted to blank page. Article titled, ‘No. 15 – Tobermore’. Re the origins of the name Tobermore; St. Cronaghan Church and…

4th July 2019

Typed text for Sam Henry’s book ‘Dunluce and Giant’s Causeway’. Typed draft version. Final flyleaf for the book. Quote from Geoffrey Chaucer and an in…

4th July 2019

Small cutting from a newspaper taped to a page. Titled, ‘Thursday’. Positive words about Sam Henry’s radio personality and his song collecting. Sam to… – scan083a

4th July 2019

Typed notes on lined paper titled, ‘Bird Notes’. Re birdsong of a great tit, blue tit, cole tit, yellow hammer and cuckoo. Part of typed note re birds… – scan055b

4th July 2019

Article cut from the ‘Coleraine Chronicle’ newspaper of Saturday 1st March, 1941. Article written by Sam Henry titled, ‘Spring is Coming! Listen to th… – scan036c

4th July 2019

Pocket diary. Burgundy colour cover. Dated 1944. Belonged to Sam Henry. Entries cease from mid April. Lectures to troops are noted.

4th July 2019

Handwritten note on scrap of lined paper. It reads, ‘John Swan [or Owan] grand juror 28 May 1739’.

4th July 2019

Brown colour folder labelled ‘Douglas – Whiteside Genealogical Institute’.

4th July 2019

Handwritten postcard to Sam Henry from Wilfrid Abbott. Preprinted with King George V one penny, red postage stamp. He had completed a search for Sam f…