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Poem – The Clady River by Harry Armstrong

Poem, The Clady River, written by Harry Armstrong of Eden near Portglenone.

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Henry Lynn Poem – Banks of the Clady

Poem from 1937, by Henry Lynn, about his local river, called The Banks of the Clady.

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Earliest Photo of Tamlaght O’Crilly Lower Church

Earliest photograph of Tamlaght O’Crilly Lower church near Innisrush.

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Drumoolish Bridegroom Accidentally Shot Dead

Innisrush inquest hears of Drumoolish bridegroom’s death while returning from wedding.

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Innisrush Flax Mill

Innisrush Flax Mill – near Portglenone – was powered by the waters of the Clady River. It was owned by William George Courtenay.

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Innisrush signs the Ulster Covenant

Innisrush Signs the Ulster Covenant In September 1912, some 299 locals from in, and around the Innisrush area, signed the Ulster Covenant (or the ‘Declaration’…

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