Borough Supplement Saturday, 27 June, 1964
Alderman James Howard
The Lord Wakehurst, K.G., K.C.M.G..
Captain Terence O'Neill
SIR KNOX CUNNINGHAM, B.L., Q.C.,
MR. BRIAN McCONNELL, M.P.,
A. W. ANDERSON,
C. F. M. MILLIGAN,
T. J. PATTERSON,
R. J. MITCHELL
W. F. BRYSON,
JAMES D. HENRY,
J. W. SANDFORD,
An interior view of Lisburn Cathedral.
St. Patrick's R. C. Church
CHRIST CHURCH, LISBURN
Sloan St. Presbyterian Church
An interior view of Railway Street Presbyterian Church.
The new Church of St. Paul
Seymour Street Methodist Church.
At Lisburn Cathedral
Stanley M, Cooper,
Members of Lisburn Borough Council
A photograph taken in the Boardroom
An old print of the Market Square
Louis Crommelin who died on July 17, 1727
ON September 10, 1903, Field-Marshal Earl Roberts, Commander-in-Chief of the British Army, paid a visit to Lisburn for the express purpose of seeing t
There was a big turnout in Bow street to see one of the first cars to visit the town
Anne Crommelin, died august 15, 1755
THIS photograph was taken in 1914 just before the local contingent of Royal Irish Rifles (Ulster Division) left Lisburn for France.
An aerial view of Lisburn which shows the Borough's central layout which has changed very little during the past centu
Lisburn's traditional industry was linen and this photograph shows two operators at work in Stewart's Mill
Thread from The Linen Thread Co.. Hilden, is sent all over the world.
THE Lisburn War Memorial was unveiled on Saturday, April 28, 1923, by Major General Sir Oliver Nugent.
Members, officials and staff of Newcastle Urban District Council in 1924. Chairman was Mr. Thomas Sinclair (fifth from
Lord and Lady Hailsham photographed during a visit to Lisburn Technical School in 1926.
Mr. Alex. Martin, B.A.,
A photograph of the staff of the Central School, Lisburn, taken in 1963.
Staff and pupils of Lisburn Technical College. This photograph was taken nearly 30 years ago.
Miss M. J. Gray, headmistress of Fort Hill Girls' Secondary School, accompanies Her Excellency Lady Wakehurst during t
Mr. Wells (centre) was principal of William Foote Primary School when this photograph was taken.
An aerial view of
Lagan valley Hospital
This aerial photograph shows the Bridge Street area which is scheduled for re-development by the Borough Council.
The Ground Plotte of Lisnagarvey
Mayor of Lisburn
His Excellency the Governor of Northern Ireland
Prime Minister of Northern Ireland
M.P. FOR SOUTH ANTRIM AT WESTMINSTER
PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY TO THE MINISTER OF HEALTH AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Lord Mayor of Belfast
Mayor of Londonderry
Mayor of Bangor
Mayor of Carrickfergus.
Mayor of Lurgan.
Mayor of Enniskillen.
Mayor of Newtownards.
Mayor of Ballymena
Mayor of Larne.
Mayor of Portadown.
Mayor of Coleraine.
(Photo by George Baxter, Lisburn).
to celebrate the tercentenary of t he Prayer Book of 1662 was the Archbishop of Dublin, the Most Rev. Dr. G. O. Sims (pictured second from right). Also in the photograph, left to right, Very Rev. R. Adams, the Dean of Connor, the Rt. Rev. R. C. H. Elliott, and the Very Rev. R. S. Breene.
Chairman of the Board of Directors.
The Fafnir Bearing Company, New Britain,
pictured after their first meeting in June, 1964..
before the last meeting of Lisburn Urban District Council in May, 1964
ON September 10, 1903, Field-Marshal Earl Roberts, Commander-in-Chief of the British Army, paid a visit to Lisburn for the express purpose of seeing the birthplace of Brigadier-General Nicholson.
Pictured are (left to right), Mr. James A. Hanna, chairman of Lisburn Urban District Council, Lord Roberts, Mrs. T Stannus, Mrs. Harold Barbour, Mrs. Cowper, Mrs. George H. Clarke and Mr. Clarke. The photograph was taken outside Mr. Clarke's residence, "Roseville."
Honours won by Lisburn Servicemen in (three), M.C. (27), D.F.C. (one), O.B.E. the 1914-18 war were:-V.C. (one), C.M.G. (one), MAE. (one), D.C.M. (13). M.M. and (one), D.S.O. and bar (one), D.S.0 (eight), bar (six), M.M. (33). M.S.M. (three), menM.C. and two bars (one), M.C. and bar tions (68) and foreign decorations (six).
Originator of the London Polytechnic the Lord Chancellor was keenly interested in the development of local education.
Also in the picture are Mr. James Barnes, chairman of the Lisburn Urban Council and Lord and Lady Craigavon.
a teacher at Wallace High School, is one who is in close contact With local learning, and in this specially compiled article on education in Lisburn also reveals an undoubted ability as a writer and historian..