4 edition of Robert Workman of Newtownbreda, 1835-1921 found in the catalog.
Robert Workman of Newtownbreda, 1835-1921
Margaret A. K. Garner
|Statement||by Margaret A.K. Garner.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 90p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||90|
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Robert Workman, later Rev. Robert Workman of Newtownbreda Presbyterian Church, County Down was a young man during this revival period. Among his many reminiscences is one particular visit to Killyleagh: This little town, even now fairly remote, seemed a long way from Belfast and a very long way from the first cradle of the Revival. The proxy bomb, also known as a human bomb, was a tactic used mainly by the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) in Northern Ireland during the conflict known as "the Troubles".It involved forcing people (including off-duty members of the British security forces or people working for the security forces) to drive car bombs to British military targets after placing them or their families.
The Provisional IRA (PIRA) targeted the Northern Ireland Forensic Science Laboratory (NIFSL) facilities on Newtownbreda Road in the outskirts of Belfast with a large 3, lb bomb on 19 September The huge impact of the bomb destroyed the lab and damaged over 1, homes within a mile radius, including adjacent Belvoir Park, a Protestant housing : 19 September (UTC). Common Subjects Search for books published by Printed by Marcus Ward & Co. subjects. Accessible book, History, Ireland War of , Newtownbreda Presbyterian Church, Rev., 1 book Alexander Markham, 1 book Arthur Stanley Megaw, 1 book Lavens Mathewson Ewart, 1 book Thomas L'Estrange, 1 book Robert Workman, 1.
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(ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Margaret A. Garner. Buy Robert Workman of Newtonbreda, by Margaret A. K Garner (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: Margaret A. K Garner. ‘Newtownbreda’ follows on from the series of local history books which covered areas of East Belfast including Beaconsfield, Knock, Cherryvalley, Gilnahirk, Castlereagh, Cregagh, Stormont, Sydenham, Belmont and East Belfast Revisited Volumes 1 and 2.
The Newtownbreda story crosses the border into South Belfast and like previous titles involves a journey along an. Garner, Margaret A. K.: Robert Workman of Newtownbreda Belfast: William Mullan, iv + 90 pp.
19 x 13 cm. 4 illustrations. Folding family tree. Gold-blocked red boards, in good condition, in a Robert Workman of Newtownbreda tired dustwrapper. Now fairly scarce. Memories of a very long life. £ Aiden Campbell's book 'Cherryvally, East Belfast- an illustrated history: Aiden Campbell family history of Robert 1835-1921 book of Mobile, Alabama USA.
DWR: Robert Workman of Newtownbreda Margaret A.K. Garner: William Mullan & Son Ltd, Belfast. ‘Of Mice and Men’, by John Steinbeck, explores the relationship between two itinerant ranch workers, George and Lennie, in the Depression era of ’s America.
A major theme in the novel is friendship and Steinbeck explores the bond which exists between George and Lennie, in an environment where such relationships were unusual. Two Workman members in particular, together with their wives and families, will be examined: the industrialist Thomas Workman () and the Presbyterian minister, Rev Robert Workman of Newtownbreda ().
The PHSI Library and Archive will be closed on St Patrick’s Day Tuesday 17th March WORKMAN -(Belfast/Newtownbreda/+ Bio) [On a polished granite base below an ornate monument of white limestone inscribed In memory of those gone home.] Elder Son of: Robert (Sr) Workman of 32 York Street, Belfast, muslin manufacturer.
Husband of: 1st/Wife: Sarah Peile (DAVIS d. July ) [Dau. of James Davis, Burial: Knockbreda Cemetery, Belfast. This talk will explore the cultural, social and religious life of 19th century Belfast as evidenced by this family. Two Workman members in particular, together with their wives and families, will be examined: the industrialist Thomas Workman () and the Presbyterian minister, Rev Robert Workman of Newtownbreda ().
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Lands that were wild and heavily Reviews: 1. Mary Neill, for proficiency in Music Book examArmagh To Dolly, with love and all good wishes from the author, Christmas (Robert Workman of Newtownbreda by Margaret A.
Garner) John Downey, Riverside, Holywood, Co. Down Miss Hastings, July Rathverde, Bangor, Co. Down William Stuart Dickson, from Mrs.
Brand Xmas in Newtownbreda; built in as an offshoot of Fisherwick Church, Belfast; the congregation first met in William Magee's house then a cottage with a small platform & pulpit of sods then used the Methodist chapel in Ballynafeigh; Mr.
Morgan of Belfast built the new church; parishioners who held seats in the former meeting house were obliged to. SEELB Local Studies, Ballynahinch «on: Friday 29 June 07 BST (UK)» If your ancestors came from the Ballynahinch area of Co.
Down and you think there may be a book about them please post details so that I may check and if necessary have a look at it on your behalf. Robert E. WORKMAN.
Belfast: of 19 Bedford St, Belfast; hon. secretary & treasurer of Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club in Cultra in POD: Rev. Robert: WORKMAN: M.A.
Inishargy & Ballyhalbert: minister Glastry Presbyterian church from 3 Sep then ; of Rubane House in ; cousin of Rev. Robert Workman of Newtownbreda. Robert Workman has written: 'Conversazione Jubilee. Sketch of the history of the Congregation of Newtownbreda Presbyterian Church during the past fifty years: a.
His younger brother Robert () joined him in and they set up as muslin manufacturers with a warehouse in Upper Arthur Street. This Robert was the father of Rev.
Robert Workman of Knockbreda. John Workman had two sons; Robert () married Jane Service () in They had 15 children, most of whom survived and. The Works of Robert Burns: Containing His Life, by John Lockhart, Esq. ; the Poetry and Correspondence of Dr. Currie's Edition ; Biographical Sketches of the Poet by Himself, Gilbert Burns, Professor Stewart, and Others: Authors: Robert Burns, John Gibson Lockhart: Publisher: W.
Pearson, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote.Newtownbreda Presbyterian Church BIOGRAPHY Edward Osborne Brice Killen was born on 19th September at 6 Dunelin, Belfast and he was a son of Edward Brice Killen and Genevieve Sarah Peile Killen (nee Workman) who were married by special licence on 28 December at 20 University Square, Belfast, according to the form and discipline of the.
Just to update this thread. Ezekiel D Wiley of Ballycushan baptised 13 Oct was the son of Hugh Wiley of Templepatrick. I have a couple of known sisters (Isabella b and Fanny b ) and my own 3xgt grandmother Mary Wiley baptised 13 .