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Rev. Robert George Milling, B.D., Ballynahinch

Rev. Robert George Milling, B.D., Ballynahinch

In Memoriam.

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Published by [s.n.] in [Belfast] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Milling, Robert George, -- Rev., -- 1854-1911.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination28p. :
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21862906M

    Members for the Borough - David S. Ker, Esq. Post-Office, Saul Street - Postmistress, Mrs. McIvor. Letters from Dublin, Newry and all parts of the South of Ireland, also from England, arrive every morning at 40 minutes past 7, and are despatched at 10 a.m., p.m.. and 7 p.m. Letters from Belfast and all parts of the North of Ireland, also from Scotland, arrive at a.m., and p.m. Rev. Robert: ANDREWS. Donaghadee: of the Manse, Warren St, Donaghadee; Presbyterian minister at Shore Street church in & NC; POD. Robert A. ANDREWS. Down: husband of Eliza who died 8 Apr aged 38 & buried Downpatrick 2nd Presbyterian graveyard: MIs.

    produced a Testimonial from Rev James Reid to introduce her at Ballynahinch Presbyterian Church 21 Nov BPCR: Miss: Mary Jane: MOORE. Magheradrool: of High St, Ballynahinch; wife of Robert Little Irvine; mother of Essy b. & George Mathews Lindsay b. ; daughter of Patrick Moore of Ballynahinch: CR; CR: Miss: Mary. died 2 Dec aged 79; husband of Eliza Read; father of John George b. 21 Jul (d. ) & George E. b. (d. ); buried St. Patrick's Church of Ireland graveyard CR; MIs Robert.

    a sewer of Bowtown; daughter of James Peaden (a weaver); aged 20 married William McCalpin 18 Jul at 1st Newtownards Presbyterian Church, witnesses were Lucius Crymble & William George ; mother of Robert Alexander b. 10 Mar & bpt. 6 Apr & James b. 2 Feb & bpt. 6 Feb & Edward Ferguson McCalpin b. 4 Dec & bpt. 4 Jan The current basic ration books for petrol expire on Ap and new books for May 1 to July 31 will be available at Local Taxation Offices from Monday. Application for books must not be made to the Petroleum Office. ===== OFFICE BOY WINS g: Robert George Milling.


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Rev. Robert George Milling, B.D., Ballynahinch Download PDF EPUB FB2

Annals of the Famine in Ireland is Asenath Nicholson's sequel to Ireland's Welcome to the undaunted American widow returned to Ballynahinch book in the midst of the Great Famine and helped organise relief for the destitute and hungry.

Her account is not a history of the famine, but personal eyewitness testimony to the suffering it caused. For that reason, it conveys the reality of the. daughter of Thomas Milling (late of Maghera); sister of Rev. Robert George Milling; married Robert Barry Bailie of Ballynahinch 18 Nov (no year but possibly ) at Edengrove Presbyterian Church: Horace Reid.

Henry: MILLING. Comber: husband of Mary McCullough; father of Mary b. Ballynahinch book 18 Dec CR. Henry: MILLING. Comber. Historical Accounts of the Presbyterian Congregations of Ballynahinch, Dromara, Kilmore and Drumcaw now Clough, all in the County of Down, Ireland, with a transcript from the original Registers of the Congregation of Ballynahinch from the 21st August to By the late John Strong Armstrong of 31 Eccles St.

Dublin and of Ballynahinch, Co. Down. Transcribed by Julian Armstrong Missing: Robert George Milling. a member of Ballynahinch 3rd Presbyterian Church; married Rev. Robert George Milling minister of the church on 17 Mar ; mother of Thomas, Emily & Mary Elizabeth: EPC p Alexander: BAILIE.

Ballyhalbert: son of Robert Bailie ; married Jane McLement 2 Feb. This church (photo) was built in Ballynahinch became a separate circuit in & a manse was built in on the Crossgar Road. The minister in was Rev. Robert Jamison. Newspaper article from Northern Star; letter to Earl of Moira, dismayed at his departure 2 Dec Ballynahinch Congregational Church Rev.

George Speers. Sunday 10th May Message, “The LORD my CARE-taker” from 1st Peter 1 Chapter 5 verse /5. Acts All Age Service Baptism Service Christian Living Christmas Churches Together Easter Encountering Christ in John's Gospel Ephesians Eternal Treasure Evening Service Fruitfulness on the Frontline Genesis Grace Sufficient for You Guest Speaker Haggai - For God's Greater Glory Harvest HOPE for Ballynahinch Interview James - A Practical Faith.

In confirmation of this I quote leases shown to me by George Burrowes of Drumhill. "George Burrows, now Thos. Davis and James Foreman. 4th October,of 46 Irish Acres of Ballylone for the lives of said George, and of James and Thomas Burrows, his sons, paying the.

Rev George Speers ~ 9 ~ 11 Dromore Road, Ballynahinch, Co, Down, Northern Ireland, BT24 8AY. First Monday First Tuesday First Friday First Tuesday First Monday First Friday First Monday First Tuesday First Friday First Monday First Tuesday Orange Hall, Ballynahinch Orange Hall, Ballyniaglave Spa, Ballynia- glave Orange Hall, Ballykine Orange Hall, Glassdrum'ond Orange Hall Missing: Robert George Milling.

Rev George Simpson, B.A. was installed on 27 February Rev William Caughey, B.A. was installed on 5 September Rev John Brackenridge, B.A., B.D. was installed on 7 March Rev Kenneth McConnell, B.D. was installed on 19 April The End. Members, Charles H. Brown, Glassdrummond, Ballynahinch 48 John M'Coubrie, Bally maglave, Ballynahinch 32 Henry M'Coubrie, Drumgavlin, Ballynahinch.

37 John Duffield, Ballykine, Ballynahinch 34 Arthur MTlveen, Glassdrummond, Ballynahinch 44 William Smyth, Creevy tenant, Ballynahinch 32 No Return Missing: Robert George Milling.

Sacred Heart Rectory First St. Bethlehem, PA Phone: Fax: Email: [email protected] Charles H. Brown, Grlassdrummond, Ballynahinch 53 William Boden, Ballymaglave, Ballynahinch Robert John Whan, Spa, Ballynahinch John Duffield, Ballykine, Ballynahinch Arthur M'llveen, Glassdrummond, Ballynahinch Matthew Small, Magheraknock, Ballynahinch William R.

Ward, Listooder Joseph Nixon, Comber Bridge It was described in was a plain, oblong building 70 by 24 feet broad. The minister then was Rev.

Walter Moffet. The minister in was Rev. John Mecredy & Rev. George R. Moor inin it was Rev. Robert McElney & Rev. Dickie in Lecale 2 Killyleagh Saintfield 5 Saintfield Saintfield 5 Cahard Upper Ards 11 Portavogie Lower Iveagh 1 Toughblane Mourne 6 Ballinran Comber 15 Comber Ballynahinch 17 Ballymaglave Rathfriland 3 Moneyslane Rathfriland 3 Rathfriland Rathfriland 3 Rathfriland Rathfriland 3 Rathfriland 3 Missing: Robert George Milling.

His book can be seen on this web site by clicking on: A short family and personal history - The late Robert Victor (Robin) Hamilton. The late Robert Victor (Robin) Hamilton was the second son of the Very Rev. Robert Wilson Hamilton. Robin, a solicitor, lived Missing: Robert George Milling. Feb ) & Hans b.

28 Jul (d. 11 Jul ) & Jean b. 19 Jul (d. 15 Mar /7) & Rev. Hamilton Trail b. 20 Aug & James b. 22 May (at Ballynahinch Presbyterian Church) & Rose b. 12 Mar (d. ) & Sarah b. 12 Apr & Archibald b. 27 May & died 2 Jun & Mary Clewlow & Margaret Bruce; audited the church books of. Full text of "Report of the County Down Grand Orange Lodge" See other formats County pown Grand Orar\ge Xodge.

it.,i Annual * j^egotff FOR THE Year ending 31st December, Missing: Robert George Milling. Septem at the Presbyterian Church, Donoughmore, by the Rev. Robert Smyth, B.A., MR.

HUMPHREY BAIRD, Magherabuoy, to MISS ELIZABETH McKINLAY, Calhame. November 30 On the 22nd November, at Second Ray Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Robert McMorris, MR GEORGE MASON, of Castleblaugh, to SARAH ANNE, eldest daughter of MR JAMES CLARKE, of. The Rev. Thomas Higginson must have resigned the living of Lisburn long before he died, as his successor was appointed in He also is buried in the graveyard of the Middle Church, Ballinderry.

The Rev. Thomas Higginson also finds a place in John Wesley’s Journal, Volpage (Everyman’s Library).Missing: Robert George Milling.B.A; B.D; : Magheradrool: born Ballina Co.

Mayo; minister of Bloomfield Presbyterian Church, Belfast 23 May then Ballynahinch Edengrove Presbyterian Church ; married Cora Jane Byers of Ballyjamesduff in EPC p George: BOLAY. Killinchy.The Rev. Alex. Dobbin's next assistant was the Rev. Robert Kelso, who was ordained on the 31st October, A native of Co.

Donegal, he was born at Tullygay, Letterkenny, on the 11th March,and brought up in First Letterkenny Church during the ministry of the Rev. John Kinnear, who was elected Liberal M.P. at Westminster.