Lady war Ballymena

Lady war Ballymena

Ballymena / ˌ b æ l i ˈ m iː n ə / (from Irish: An Baile Meánach, meaning "the middle townland", Irish pronunciation: [ən̪ˠ ˈbˠalʲə ˈmʲaːn̪ˠəx]) is a town in County Antrim, and the eighth largest in Northern Ireland.It is part of the Borough of Mid and East Antrim.It had a population of 29,551 people at the 2011 Census.. The town is built on land given to the Adair family by ...

Mrs. Blakes, High Street, Ballymena, has received a letter from her son, Trooper Wm. Blakes, North Irish Horse (attached Royal Flying Corps) who was recently reported as missing, informing her that he is a prisoner of war in Germany. Trooper Blakes enlisted in September 1914 prior to which he was employed by Messrs. Morton and Simpson Ltd ...

Samuel Marks, Casement Street, Ballymena, has received a wire from the war office stating that his son, Private George Marks, Royal Irish Fusiliers, has been killed in action on 4th September. The deceased was for some time in the employment of Mr. Adam Gregg, Broadway, Ballymena and was in Scotland for a short period.

Lady Sylvia O'Neill, Cleggan Lodge, Ballymena writing in Monday's ‘Times' in answer to a letter in that paper asking for information about the Gibraltar evacuees, says: There are one thousand six hundred of them living in Nissen huts in four camps in the valley and about three thousand five hundred in other camps in Ulster.

Lady Sylvia O'Neill, Cleggan Lodge, Ballymena writing in Monday's ‘Times' in answer to a letter in that paper asking for information about the Gibraltar evacuees, says: There are one thousand six hundred of them living in Nissen huts in four camps in the valley and about three thousand five hundred in other camps in Ulster.

He inherited Ballymena Castle, Wingfield Castle and Flixton Hall (Suffolk) from his father in 1949, but sold Flixton and its contents 1950 and gave Wingfield Castle to his daughter, Bridget, Lady Darell. Ballymena Castle was vandalised and burnt in the 1950s and was sold to the local council, which demolished it as a dangerous structure; he ...

After the war he returned to Ballymena and started his own Petrol Filling Station and Garage. (Thanks very much to the fallis Family for information and pictures) ... In July 2017 I was amazed to be contacted by a lady telling me that she was the daughter of one the men who had carved his name.

Ballymena's newest cocktail and sports bar, The Smoking Monkey, is a space like no other in the heart of this bustling market shopping town. Restored as part of The Grouse Complex development in 2018, the original character has been retained of what was previously an old stone stable block and courtyard.

A beautiful poem of love from March 1879, called To a Lady in Kilrea. The poem appeared in the Ballymena Observer, in a weekly section - Home-Made Poetry.

A beautiful poem of love from March 1879, called To a Lady in Kilrea. The poem appeared in the Ballymena Observer, in a weekly section - Home-Made Poetry.

More than 15 camps sprang up around the Ballymena and Broughshane areas of County Antrim, County Londonderry and County Down – forging a lasting bond between the people of Northern Ireland and Gibraltar. To cement that bond further, the Borough of Ballymena and the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar were officially twinned in 2006.

Addington Park War Hospital, Croydon, opened as a typhoid specialist at Addington Palace in early 1915. Initially 300 beds, it was expanded by addition of huts to 650. In July 15 it was decided to establish a Command Depot exclusively for enteric cases in a hutted camp of 1000 beds erected ‘in the vicinity of Addington Park’.