Poem, The Clady River, written by Harry Armstrong of Eden near Portglenone.
Poem from 1937, by Henry Lynn, about his local river, called The Banks of the Clady.
Earliest photograph of Tamlaght O’Crilly Lower church near Innisrush.
Innisrush inquest hears of Drumoolish bridegroom’s death while returning from wedding.
Innisrush Flax Mill – near Portglenone – was powered by the waters of the Clady River. It was owned by William George Courtenay.
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’…