Dúiche Néill Volume 21


21st Journal of The O Neill Country Historical Society. 

Published November 2013



  • The Comet and the Flight?  – Dr Jerrold Casway
  • Climate and the Nine Years War – Dr Eddy Fitzgerald
  • A Spanish News Report of the Battle of the Yellow Ford – Dr Hiram Morgan
  • Medical history made in Charlemont in 1738 – First Caesarian operation ever recorded – James Kane
  • Powerscourt Rental of Benburb Estate, 1809 – Brendan McAnallen
  • ‘Goading on Intemperance on the King’s Highway’- A Clergyman’s Account of the Affray at Creevekeeran (1822) – Brian Gilmore
  • The Parish of Ardboe and Its Church History – The Rev. Thomas Twigg.
  • Alexander McKenzie (1763-1844) of Donaghmore, Co. Tyrone, Brewer, Distiller and Maltser (Part 1) – Patricia Bogue
  • Caledon Mill – A Major Industrial Landmark of its time – Sandra Mortimer
  • Dungannon, 1880 – A Memorable Year – Michael McLoughlin
  • Armagh’s Forgotten Pioneer, Rev. Dr Moses Harvey – The Rev. John Batchelor
  • The PEACE III Programme (2007-2013)    
  • Politics in Tynan Civil Parish 1910-1914 – Gerry McDonald
  • Strategic Planning of the Ulster Volunteer Force in County Armagh leading to Armament in May 1914 – Brian Gilmore
  • Francis J. Bigger, the St Winnoc’s Pipe Band, Culture, Home Rule and a Banner Commemoration to Roger Casement – Brian Gilmore
  • First World War 1914-1918: A Tribute to all those from the Island of Ireland, who fought in World War One and especially to the Men of Eglish – Wolsley Knox
  • The Life and Times of James Daly alias Jack Hart (1887-1917) – Art Ó Dálaigh
  •  Armagh Singer Saved by ‘Ballsbridge Doctors and Belfast Dockers – Eric Villiers
  • The Crozier Memorial LOL 297 Pipe Band in 1949 and Song – Brian Gilmore
  • The International Gathering of the O Neill Clans Tyrone 2013 – James Kane
    • Dr Proinsias Ó Conluain (1919-2013)     by     Cathal Goan
    • Dean Herbert Cassidy (1935-2013)         by      The Rev. John Batchelor
    • Professor Kevin B. Nolan (1921-2013)    by     Rose Mary Logue
    • The Rev. Dr Eric Culbertson (1954-2013)     by    The Rev. John Batchelor