Ballymoney Community Archive

20th March 2019

Stranocum: get involved!

Join Stranocum’s Archive We would like you to share your stories, memories or photographs with us and become part of the Northern Ireland Community Archive. Very […]
20th March 2019

Stranocum Heritage

Raths There are two ring forts, or raths, near the village, which are the remains of fortified settlements built between 400 and 1000AD. Concealed beneath one […]
20th March 2019

Stranocum

The Hutchinson Estate The Hutchinson family links to this area date back to the 16th century. William Hutchinson from Glasgow settled here in 1598 and is buried […]
20th March 2019

Get involved with the Castle St archive

Join Castle’s Archive We would like you to share your stories, memories or photographs with us and become part of the Northern Ireland Community Archive. Very […]
20th March 2019

Castle St Residents 1804-1810

Name: Address: Occupation: Religion: George & Paddy McAuley 2 Gate End (Castle Street) South Side Saddlers Church of Ireland & Roman Catholic Danger O’Mullan 4 Gate […]
20th March 2019

Castle St. Heritage

Church of Our Lady & St. Patrick The Chapel was dedicated on 2nd June 1878 and is one of the finest in Northern Ireland. The £8,870 construction cost was […]
20th March 2019

Balnamore: get involved!

Join Balnamore Community Archive We would like you to share your stories, memories or photographs with us and become part of the Northern Ireland Community Archive. […]
20th March 2019

The Balnamore Mill Horn

Balnamore Mill Horn Sounds for Last Time                        The Chronicle Saturday 7th March 1959 THE MILL HORN, which for generations had summoned the villagers of Balnamore, […]
20th March 2019

Welcome to Balnamore

Evidence of linen production in Balnamore goes back to 1764, when John Caldwell bought a house at ‘Harmony Hill’ and about 40 acres of land, including […]
20th March 2019

Dervock: get involved!

Join Dervock Community Archive We would like you to share your stories, memories or photographs with us and become part of the Northern Ireland Community Archive. […]
20th March 2019

Dervock Heritage

The McCartney Estate The Lissanoure Estate, including Dervock village, was purchased by Lord George McCartney in 1741. He rebuilt most of the village, knocking down hovels […]
20th March 2019

Introducing Dervock

From the stone, flint and later bronze artefacts discovered we know that the ford over the Dervock River has been used since prehistoric times. We also […]