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  1. Forgotten Houses of Holywood Co.Down by John McConnell Auld, 2003-03-06
  2. Holywood Then and Now: Essays by an Old Resident at the Beginning of a New Millenium by John McConnell Auld, 2002-03-14
  3. A biographical dictionary of eminent Scotsmen, Volume 3, Part 1A Biog by Robert Chambers, 2009-08-19

41. The Official Home Of Holywood Cricket Club
john and the Bride Click for Pic. john and the three Musketeers Click for Pic.Doc's type of place! Click for Pic. holywood Under 15 XI 1980 Click for Pic.

42. The Official Home Of Holywood Cricket Club
Senior Cup 3rd Round Draw 2001. Including john Kerstens HolywoodCC. Submit your photos to

43. John Holybush
published a commentary on holywood by Cichus Ascolanus. In 1507, appeared an editionfor the use of the university of Paris, with a commentary, by john Bonatus
Clans Tartans History Travel ... Feedback Significant Scots
John Holybush HOLYBUSH, JOHN, a celebrated mathematician and astronomer, better known by the Latin terms, de Sacrobosco, or de Sacrobusto, occasionally also receiving the vernacular appellations of Holywood and Hallifax, and by one writer barbarously named Sacerbuschiux. Scotland, Picardy, and Normandy," it is usually mentioned as divided into France, Britain, "De Sacrobosco qui computista Joannes,
Tempora discrevit, jacet hic a tempore raptus.
Tempora quil sequeris, memor esto quod morieris;
Si miseres, plora, miserans pro me precor ora." Return to our Significant Scots page Clans Tartans History ... Search this site powered by FreeFind

44. Class Number Newcomer Marshalled Driver Town Car 1 1 M Ian
2, 29, Neil Dugan, Co.Monaghan, 205 RWD. 2, 58, john McCandless, holywood, GinettaG15. 2, 59, Gary McWilliams, Belfast, Starlet Ford. 2, 74, M, john Ricketts, Larne,Viva GT. Competitors.htm

45. Rea
Mr. john, REA, . holywood, suicide, his grandfather was at the Battle of Saintfield21 May 1881, DR. . john, REA, . Killyleagh, gravestone in Saul 1747, V 17 p 86 OSM..
Surnames of Co. Down: Rea Name Parish Information Reference REA also see Ray REA family Down genealogy papers in PRONI OFD p 193 Mr. REA Ardglass bar owner 1900- photo available LWAG p 166 Capt. REA Kilcoo of ‘Ashleigh’ Bryansford Rd, 1870 NWAG p 22 Mr. REA Killyleagh ran a grocery store in 1886 POD Major REA Kilmegan of Dundrum; fatal burning at his home 9 Jan 1937 DR* Alexander REA AG Alexander REA Loughinisland GV Andrew REA Seapatrick a Protestant of Banbridge in 1766 SHPR Miss Anne REA Blaris Lisburn; wife of John Major; mother of John b. 1868 CR Miss Ann REA Killyleagh mother of Mary b. 18 Aug 1868 CR Mrs. Ann REA Killyleagh MID p 136 Mrs. Anne REA Kilmore MID p 97 Arthur REA Magheradrool GV; CR Arthyr REA Newry a saddler from 11 Lower Water Street in 1852 POD Mrs. Bessie REA Down d. 1901; mother of William; Catholic graveyard MID p 81 Miss Catherine REA Down d. 1846 aged 90; wife of Francis Chambers; Presbyterian graveyard MIDp 65 Mrs. Catherine REA Inch d. 1884 aged 62; wife of Edward, mother of Joseph, William; Inch graveyard MID p 97 Charlotte REA Holywood DR Mr.

46. Y And Z
61. . john, YATES, . holywood, husband of Jane Gallagher; fatherof Martha b. 30 Mar 1868 Thomas b. 29 Dec 1869, CR. . john, YEATS,.
Surnames of Co. Down: Y... and Z...
Y.... Z.....
Name Parish Information Reference YARROW family Down in Barrck St, Downpatrick, leased a house from William Callow in 1751 ESRR p 1 Charles Edwin YATES Knockbreda 1911 census Miss Eliza Jane YATE Annahilt CR Miss Eliza YATES Bangor wife of Robert Major; mother of Robert b. 1868 CR Mr. Ferris YEATES Kilmore on committee for Cahard Flute Band in 1877 SHM '86 p 61 John YATES Holywood CR John YEATS Seapatrick CR Martin YEATS Saintfield husband of Isabella Patterson; father of Mary Jane b. 14 Mar 1870 CR Miss Mary YATES Knockbreda Castlereagh; wife of George William ; mother of Frances b. 1871 CR Robert YEATES Seapatrick CR Rev. Mr. William Butler YATES
YEATS Tullylish rector V12 p 147 OSM; BIHpR; TPHS p 12 Miss Hannah YEAMAN Donaghadee wife of Jmaes McBriar ; mother of David b. 1871 CR Hugh YEAMAN Donaghadee husband of Margaret McMaster; father of Margaret b. 7 Apr 1869 CR William YEMAN Donaghadee husband of Agnes Beck; father of Eliza Jane b. 1 Feb 1871 CR YOUART also see Ewart Miss Agnes YOUART Donaghadee chr. 13 Sep 1777 at Millisle Prebyterian Church

47. NIR-DOWN-L: [NIR-DOWN] Armagh Guardian: Notice - SURNAMES Indexed - Railway Pros
Harrison, john, Esq., Mertoun, holywood, Director of the Belfast and Ballymena Railway. Hodgson,john, Esq., holywood. johnston, Arthur, Merchant, Downpatrick.
NIR-DOWN-L Archives From:
Subject: [NIR-DOWN] Armagh Guardian: Notice - SURNAMES indexed - Railway prospectus - 6 May 1845
Date: Thu, 03 Oct 2002 08:00:04 -0400
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48. RootsWeb: NIR-DOWN-L Archive (June 2002)
NIRDOWN john BELL ESTHER THOMSON by Bonnie Cole Re NIR-DOWN john BELL NIR-DOWNAnestors by Joan Brian; NIR-DOWN Information on holywood by Judith
NIR-DOWN-L Archives: June 2002
Display in threaded chronological order with names with dates

49. Roll Of Honour
Hugh Daly, Knock, 1990. Jack Pollock, Donaghadee, 1980. john Gunn, holywood,1990. Jonathon Pauley, Ballyclare, 1989. Robert Thompson, Donaghadee, 1982.
[left.htm] Number of Wins Member's Name 1st Win James Keag Bushfoot, 1980 Larry Graham Carnalea,1979 Gordon Rae Shandon, 1980 John Nugent Kirkistown, 1991 Alex Brown Portstewart, 1982 Davy Ginn Knock, 1979 Norman Magowan Holywood, 1985 Boyd White Scrabo, 1988 Jimmy White Clandeboye, 1992 Joe Keane Knock, 1985 John Holmes Carnalea, 1986 John O'Neill Shandon, 1984 Myles Campbell Knock, 1986 Vince Cochrane Clandeboye, 1979 Chris Kennedy Carrickfergus, 1988 Chris Thompson Bangor, 1983 Des Vincent Malone, 1980 Eugene Tracey Dunmurray, 1988 Gerry Scott Carrickfergus, 1986 James Edge Carnalea, 1980 Billy Girvan Scrabo, 1979 Frank Humphreys Shandon, 1985 George Purdy Holywood, 1984 Harry Donnelly Clandeboye, 1987 Hugh Daly Knock, 1990 Jack Pollock Donaghadee, 1980 John Gunn Holywood, 1990 Jonathon Pauley Ballyclare, 1989 Robert Thompson Donaghadee, 1982 Trevor Anderson Holywood, 1998 Cathal Cunningham Ballyclare, 1994 C hris Scantleberry Lurgan, 1994 David Vincent Scrabo, 1995 Jim Holmes Donaghadee, 1981 J ohn Gribbon Shandon, 2000 Michael Brown Ballyclare, 1991 Miss Avril Irwin Bushfoot, 1984

50. History Of Holywood Parish Church
at holywood House and owned most of the town. The last Supper Inmemory of Lieutenant john Harrison (d.1875) of holywood House.
History of Holywood Parish Church
There is quite a lot here so please feel free to save or print this document to view at your leisure. THE EARLY DAYS - Holywood had the pre Christian name of Ballyderry, derived from the Irish for oakgrove. Since then there had been six others. Ard-Mac-Nasca in 634 for Laiseran (later saint) who was the son of Nasca, a local princess. Sanctus Boscus, the holy wood, in 1210, Haliwode around 1300, East Holewood in 1625. In 1769 it became Hollywood and eventually in 1810, Holywood. It has been assumed that by 500 Ireland had become a Christian country and that Laiseran was born into an area endowed with monasteries at Bangor and Movilla, near Newtownards. He studied at Bangor under St Comgall, lived for some years near Cork and returned before 640 to establish the first church here, in Holywood. It is said to have been near the Motte, a mound today approached from Brook Street. In 642 a letter received from Rome by clerics in Ireland made mention of Laiseran. In 956 Holywood was pillaged by some unwelcome visitors from Scandinavia. The Vikings made a rare appearance in Ireland and carried off treasures from our village.

51. Vaz De Mello, Mario: Movie Soundtrack Composer, Music For Films Composers - Cont
Composers Alan Silvestri, Yann Tiersen, Dimitri Tiomkin, Vangelis, Franz Waxman,john Williams, Gabriel Yared (holywood), Christopher Young, Hans Zimmer?
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The Film Music Portal. List all. Find in Los Angeles - Music for films / musicians from Holywood. New York, Los Angeles and some findings across Rio de Janeiro - independent and indie dawnloads. A movie soundtrack composers composition free mp3 music for films. De melo works with computer and his composition, coming from a man for movies, brings an electronic track from official celebrity compositions flims. - Hollywood News: Mario Vaz De Mello (hire) in Movie. Listen different mp3 but latin classical different. More. The ultimate (soundtacks) electronic door to the internationally - soundtack - acclaimed composer (born) Brazilian soundtracks composer and artist / producer Portal. Collaborating in the film scene with lot of respectful artists (film soundtacks dawnload) from incidental music for movies scenario, naming:... - See Holywood composers influences - electronic film music. Pictures, where symphonic soundtracks for free mp3 artists download sondtrack - like mario the singer ( Downlaod - mp3downloads - hear ). For fans of ... Get Holywood composer celebrity - Composers for films - award winner (scoring) soundtracks donwload - listen to eletronica musica free (influenced by Danny Elfman) - click here (soundtacks) to hear / find movie soundtrack. Downlaod

52. Protestant Churches Before 1853
Hillsborough 1844, Hillsborough, (St. john's), holywood, holywood 1806,holywood, Inch, Inch 1767, Inishargy, Inishargy 1783, Kirkcubbin, Kirkcubbin,
Irish Genealogy
Protestant Churches before 1853
This list of Protestant Churches is based on "Thom's Irish Almanac and Offical Directory for 1853". A booklet with this material was also printed by The Genealogical Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The Civil Parishes are not religious but are units of government. The churches in these Civil Parish are mostly given by the townland in which they are established though in some cases a town is listed. The year next to a church indicates the commencement date of parish registers.
We would like to try to assemble a more complete body of information on these sources of early records. We are trying to obtain a copies of "Church of Ireland Directory" (Dublin: Universal Publishing Co.), and "The Presbyterian Church in Ireland Directory (Belfast: T.H. Jordan). Which will hopefully fill in some of the blank spots, like the fact one church listed for Killevy is St. Luke's in Meigh. In the meantime we would appreciate your help with this, if you have any information on any of these churches please e-mail us at

53. Bridgestone Guides - John And Sally McKenna's Independent Guides To Food, Drink
Fontana is at Main Street, holywood, Co Down tel (01232) 809908. Fontana Crab Mussel Risotto. text © john Sally McKenna illustrations © Ken Buggy.
Fontana Recipe
3 tablespoons olive oil
1 bulb of finely chopped fennel
2 fresh red chillies (seeds and stem removed!), finely chopped
200g risotto rice
500g rope mussels, scrubbed clean
1 lemon salt and pepper
1 medium sized red onion
1 teaspoon fennel seeds
2 cloves chopped garlic
300g crab meat
flat leaf parsley Place a heavy-bottomed pan on a high heat (make sure it has a lid that fits). Add the wine when the pot is hot. Quickly add the mussels and cover to steam. The mussels are cooked in a minute. Drain the pot into a colander, taking care to retain the cooking liquid. Wash out the pot, place on a high heat, and add the oil and then the onion, fennel and chili. When the vegetables are soft, add the garlic and fennel seed. Stir to combine, and soften the garlic, and then add the rice. Stir well to coat all the grains with the olive oil, adding more if it seems too dry. Gradually add a ladle at a time of mussel liquid, until absorbed by the rice, stirring continuously. If you need more liquid, add water or wine.

54. County Down Deeds In 1876
acres. john Anderson, address Ballykeel, holywood, owned 5 acres.john Anderson, address Ballyharry, Newtonnards, owned 2 acres.
County Down Land Deeds in 1876 A James Acheson, address Mullabrack, owned 2 acres.
Samuel Acheson, same address, owned 4 acres.
John Adams, address Slievenaboley, owned 39 acres.
Robert Adamson, address Ballydagan, Lurgan, owned 20 acres.
Michael Agar, address Ballyloughlin, owned 55 acres.
Andrew Agnew, address Lisnashanker, Dromore, owned 19 acres.
David Agnew, address Deerpark, Poyntzpass, owned 35 acres.
James Agnew, address Lisnashanker Dromore, owned 63 acres.
James Alexander, address Maghera, Clough, owned 32 acres.
James Alexander, address St. Clair, Holywood, owned 3 acres.
Dr. Alexander, address Rathfriland, owned 26 acres. Alexander Allen, address England, owned 74 acres. George Allen, address Unnicarval, Comber, owned 148 acres. George Allen, address Mount Panther, Dundrum, owned 2,585 acres. James Allen, address Nunsquarter, Kirkcubbin, owned 177 acres. James Allen, address Strandtown, owned 5 acres.

55. County Down Deeds In 1876
john Harrison, address holywood, owned 634 acres. john Harrison, Jr., address Dromore,owned 3 acres. john Hunter, address Churchst., holywood, owned 1 acre.
County Down Land Deeds in 1876 H Rev. Edward Haddock, address London, owned 180 acres.
Francis Hale, address Drumnavady, Banbridge, owned 6 acres.
Anne Hall, address Greenwood Park, Newry, owned 45 acres.
Rev. Francis Hall, address Hollymount, Downpatrick, owned 902 acres.
Robert Hall, dadress St. Leonards, owned 3 acres
Maj. William Thomas Hall, address Narrowwater Castle, Warrenpoint, owned 3,648 acres.
Ellen Halliday, Reps. of, address Belfast, owned 1 acre.
Hamilton Halliday, address Strandtown, owned 4 acres
Arthur Hamill, address Dublin, owned 13 acres.
Hamill family, address Dublin, owned 896 acres.
Miss Hammill, address Dundalk, owned 387 acres. Mrs. Cath. Hamilton, address Killyleagh Castle, owned 1,041 acres. Catherine A. Hamilton, address Killyleagh, Co. Down, owned 77 acres. Hans Hamilton, address Ballymoney, owned 13 acres. Hill Hamilton, Reps. of, address Mount Vernon, White-House, owned 4 acres.

56. Guardian Unlimited Politics | News | Holywood Meets Westminster Index
john Major as Superman, The Adventures of Majorman Behind the averageand uninteresting facade lurks a lean, mean sexual dynamo,9352,810307,00.html
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Hollywood meets Westminster
In the week that Iain Duncan Smith evoked images of John Wayne with his 'quiet man' conference address, we present the politicians who should have been in the pictures... Xander Straw, xXx
Xander Cage is a shaven-headed, luxuriously tattooed muscleman, who, during the course of his misadventures, beds a lot of sexy laydees and saves the world from a biological weapons assault. Would suit a poltician eager to shore up his tough-guy, anti-Saddam credentials. Step forward foreign secretary Jack Straw. Austin Powers in Goldmember
This role would suit an ageing rake, seeking the swinging London vote. How about mayoral challenger Steve Norris?

57. Untitled
Doagh 173 +Tony Magill CBPPU 174 - (89) john Holmes Ballyclare Meth 175 - (100)Gary Erskine Carnmoney 176 - (39) M Christon holywood 177 +-john Faul Osmond
ITTA (Ulster Branch) - Ulster Men’s Ranking 2000/2001
Name Club Ranking
Jonathan Cowan 1 =(1)
Andrew Dennison Glenburn 2 =(2)
Willie Cherry Glenburn 3 =(3)
Philip Wallace Queens 4 +(6)
Daryl Strong Queens 5 =(5)
Peter Clarke Annahilt 6 + (10)
Norman Nabney Glenburn 7 -(4)
Gary Crawford Ballyclare Meth 8 + (14)
Jimmy Robinson Annahilt 9 + (46) Jeremy Lappin Fermanagh 10 + (27) Tony Frempong Fermanagh 11 + (86) David Kyle Glenburn 12 + (24) Ted Mahaffey Christchurch 13 - (12) Mark McAlister Cookstown 14 - (13) Jack McCandless CBPPU 15 -(8) Peter Graham Glenburn 16 + (58) Ivan Jeffers Cookstown 17 = (17) Mervyn Scott North Down 18 + (23) Keith Clements Ballymena 19 + (41) Sean Brady Cavan 20 + (31) Roy Coard Christchurch 21 -(9) Dane Smith Cavan 22 + (51) Tony Sidebottom Queens 23 + (54) Michael Goldbeck Laurel Lodge 24 + (70) Albert Coulter North Down 25 - (19) Graeme Smyth Queens 26 - (22) John Huyton Doagh 27 + (96) Jack Cash Annahilt 28 - (26) Roy Copes Annahilt 29 + (37) Sid Beasant Christchurch 30 -(7) Conor Mackle Queens 31 + (35) David Wright Knockagh 32 + (43) Harry Ferson Knockagh 33 + (47) Oswald Copes Annahilt 34 + (45) Barry Dickson CBPPU 35 - (29) Eugene Fusco Laurel Lodge 36 = (36) Keith Johnston Ballymena 37 - (33) Brian Gamble Christchurch 38 + (49) Mark Willis North Down 39 + (48) Josh Boyd Banditts 40 + (61) Jimmy Moore Knockagh 41 + (108) Gary Derrick Laurel Lodge 42 + (64) Charlie McKeegan Osmond 43 - (38) Alan Robson North Down 44 + (204) Philip Doherty Queens 45 + (209) Ken Heasley Christchurch 46 - (20)

58. Holywood's Revolutionary Decade
john DANIEL COMPANY, KEY WEST AN ISLAND IN THE STREAM OF LIFE ANDDEATH Key West is an island of many peoplestourists, artists
Key West is an island of many peoplestourists, artists, writers, and celebrities, not to mention the locals, the "conches," who stay there year-round, as if dog-paddling in the stream and waiting for something to change. And of course there are the Cubans, the people seeking refuge in Florida, who arrive one at a time or one small boatload at a time, always in the midst of night. There's something dangerously seductive about Key West, something that attracts people to its shores, to bask in the tropical heat, the spectacular sunsets, the boats, beaches and bars, and each other. There's also something seductively dangerous: warm breezes can turn to storms, romance can turn to hearthache, and a boat ride can end in disaster. This is the Key West found in Rosalind Brackenbury's Seas Outside the Reef , a sensuous, lushly written novel of love and politics, sailors and tourists, locals and illegal Cubans, danger, sex, and death. It is the story of Emily (or Emilia) De Soto, originally from Cuba, who has come to Key West with a mission: to help smuggle in her Cuban husband, Raul, whom she hasn't seen for fourteen years. But Key West can be as unpredictable as the human heart, and before Raul arrives, Emily has time to fall in love with a local sailor, a man with a weak heart and a strong suit of private demons. When Raul shows up, Emily finds herself battered by emotional and political crosswinds. Before the novel ends, one of these men will claim her loyalty, and the other will die.

59. Holywood's Revolutionary Decade
Charles Champlin Reviews the Movies of the 1970s

"A welcome respite from the blistering diatribes of many famous film critics... A thought-provoking work." Library Journal
With all the upheaval of the 1970s-social, political, sexual, and psychological-it's no wonder that the movies of that decade broke new ground. To the degree that the arts reflect their times, the movies of the 1970s were bound to stretch limits concerning sex ("Carnal Knowledge"), war ("Apocalypse Now"), violence ("Raging Bull"), business ("Save the Tiger"), politics ("All the President's Men"), the media ("Network"), drugs ("Panic in Needle Park"), crime ("The Godfather"), relationships ("Annie Hall"), the environment ("The China Syndrome"), and entertainment ("All that Jazz"). The above list is only a sampler. For a better list, organized chronologically through the spirited decade, consult the Table of Contents in Hollywood's Revolutionary Decade , a newly published collection of film reviews from the Los Angeles Times

60. Holywood Squares - A Church School Game
Orthodox Church School Games. holywood Squares . by David Elfering, St. john theBaptist, Omaha, NE. An idea for my Sunday School class hit me this morning.
Promoting Christian Formation in the Eastern Orthodox Faith
Home Orthodox Living Church School Lessons ... Books Orthodox Church School Games "Holywood Squares" by David Elfering, St. John the Baptist, Omaha, NE An idea for my Sunday School class hit me this morning. A game called "Holywood Squares", which like it sounds is a play off of Hollywood Squares.
I've finished the background, rules and general outline. I'm trying to populate a quality bank of questions for the students right now, but thought I would forward it to you for use. If you have one or more Junior High instructors who would be interested in working on the project, I'd be ecstatic to make it a combined effort. David Elfering To help construct the content of this game, contact David Elfering by email
About the Game
Holywood designed as a play off of the old TV gameshow Hollywood Squares. This particular edition was written for Junior High School level students, but open license is granted for Sunday School teachers to adapt it to whatever grade level they need. The goal of the game is to reinforce Orthodox doctrines in a fun, memorable format. While more material could be covered in a lecture format, the hope is that kids will enjoy learning the materials and without realizing it, retain them better. Fellowship should also be stressed. The overall intellectual objectives are in accordance with “7

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