Ballyroney Presbyterian Church 1.

Ballyroney Presbyterian Church 2


Ballyward C. of  I.

John walker a local  blacksmith  made the gates of the churchyard, and the gates still have his name stamped on them

Ballyward C. of  I., a

Ballyward C. of  I, b

Abercorn School, Banbridge

Banbridge R. C. Cemetary,

Banbridge R. C. Cemetary, 1

Banbridge R. C. Cemetary, 2

Banbridge R. C. Cemetary, 3

Banbridge Dromore St. R. C. Chapel


The Cut, Banbridge

Bann St. Banbridge

Banbridge Boys Club, 1954

Flax Dam outside Banbridge

Spreading Flax outside Banbridge

Spreading the Flax outside Banbridge 1

Banbridge Cemetary  

Banbridge Cemetary  Gatehouse

Seapatrick C.of  I. Banbridge

River Bann, Banbridge

River Bann, Banbridge 1

Town View

 Corbet Lough

Croziers Monument banbridge

Dromore St. Banbridge

Newry Street, Banbridge

Rockville House, Banbridge

Scarva Street Presbyterian Church, Banbridge

This photo of William Templeton, and the GGrandfather of Sam 
   Brown of  Pittsburgh was also is listed in Griffiths valuation as a
   Baker / Grocer on Bridge St, Banbridge.

This is Mary Templeton Grandmother of Sam Brown from 
   Penninsula, Mary Templeton Brown. She was born and raised in
   Banbridge but after marrying John Brown, my Grandfather and 
   giving birth to 4 children they migrated to Pittsburgh, Pa. in 1879.

This is a photo of Hamilton Moore, the GGGrandfather of Sam  
   Brown from Penninsula, Washington State. Mr Moore is listed in 
   Griffiths Valuation as a Baker / Grocer at 22 Newry St. Banbridge.
   (The next three photos were kindly donated by Sam Brown).

A group of Banbridge boys circa 1950


More Banbridge boys, back row L to R. Midgie Barr

Jack darragh

Coronation Day Reilly Street, Dora Hawthorne

View in Loughbrickland

Loughbrickland Village

Coming into Loughbrickland

Loughbrickland 1

Loughbrickland Presbyterian Cemetary

Loughbrickland Presbyterian Church

Loughbrickland Presbyterian Church


Walkers Factory 1939

Swimming at the Bann

Back row, L. to R. ,Francie Close, Mickey Stranachan,?, Raymond Darragh, (England) Midgie Barr
Raymond Kelly, (Scotland) Billy Kelly, (Bangor) Front row, Harry Carson, (with tie), & Billy Toman,(Scot)


Raymond Kelly, Alan Anderson and Raymond Darragh , boyhood pals in Banbridge all together after 60 years, July 2009

 Banbridge, Newry Road 1920


Paddy Reavey's butcher shop Banbridge