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Public Record Office of Northern Ireland: 2011 Accessions

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  • Brownlow family, Barons Lurgan of Lurgan: corresp and genealogical notes 1700-1800 (D2966)
  • Thomas Andrews, naval architect: corresp with William Pirrie and Sir Horace Plunkett 1912 (D3655)
  • Rev James Brown Armour, Protestant Home Ruler: family corresp and papers 1841-1928 (D4515)
  • Sarah Venie Barr, Unionist: scrapbook rel to Ulster Volunteer Force and campaign against Home Rule 1909-15 (D4492)
  • Sgt Robert Clarke, Royal Artillery: Crimean War and Indian Mutiny diary and misc papers 1854-1897 (D3300)
  • John Singleton Darling, bank manager: journal 1862-1898 (D3300/111)
  • Elish Howie: diary incl bombing of Belfast 1941 (D3300/112)
  • Anthony PW Malcomson, Director of the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland: historical research papers 1970-2011 (D3312)
  • John McKenna, head constable, Royal Irish Constabulary: MS of 'A Beleaguered Station' 1891-1921 (D3300/113)
  • William Morrison, farmer, of Crookedstone, co Antrim: diary 1706-52 (D3300/109)
  • Florence Fulton Patterson, Republican: letters 1944-1974 (D4489)
  • Alexander Davidson, pilot: log book of ships piloted through Belfast Lough 1942-1945 (D3300/121)
  • George Preston & Son, estate agents, Dromore: records 1910-1960 (D4514)
  • Collegians Rugby Club: corresp, minutes and fundraising papers 1949-1996 (D4490)
  • Irish Football League: records 1905-2004 (D4511)
  • Kilwarlin Church of Ireland Parish: records incl registers 1845-2003 (CR1/108)
  • Macosquin Church of Ireland Parish: records incl registers and subscription books 1845-1981 (CR1/109)
  • Muckamore Church of Ireland Parish: records incl registers and vestry minutes 1847-2010 (CR1/75)
  • Order of the Sons of Temperance Friendly Society, Belfast division: divisional and sub-divisional records 1908-1983 (D4519)
  • Reformed Presbyterian Church Eastern Synod: Agnes Street Mission, Belfast subscription book 1854-1904 (CR5)