Thomas Sinclair (1838-1914) – the Ulster-Scot who penned the Ulster Covenant – Nelson’s View The Covenant Trail – Public Record Office of Northern Ireland Sinclairs of Hopefield House Celebrating the Ulster Covenant 1912-2007 – Ulster Society at Queen’s University Belfast Thomas Sinclair, Home […]
A searchable gallery of video and audio clips and articles on Presbyterianism within the BBC’s Ulster-Scots programme website. Go to the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland website
Centre for the Study of Irish Protestantism First Annual Conference Friday 15 June 2012 – Saturday 16 June 2012 Shaping identities: an historical and cultural exploration of Irish Protestantism Department of Adult & Community Education North Campus National University of […]
An illustrated history book on Presbyterianism in Mid-Armagh was published on 30th January 2009, titled The Planters: Roots and Branches. Author Jim Reaney, the former congregational secretary, has produced an excellent highly detailed 240 page hardback publication, with a wide […]
An article about Irish Presbyterianism on the BBC History website.
Series 2 coming up on BBC Radio Ulster in July – August 2012 Dr Éamon Phoenix unearths hidden Ulster-Scots history in a series of fascinating journeys of exploration through Ulster’s byways and historic sites. Series 1 (2011) Dr Éamon Phoenix […]
A talk “Forward Towards History” considering the criticisms and defences of the churches’ behaviour immediately before the Great War 1914-1918″, by historian Philip Orr. Audio file of the talk from Contemporary Christianity The Ulster Covenant – information provided by PRONI New Perspectives: Politics, Religion and […]
Thomas Andrews (1873-1912) was the Chief Designer of the Titanic. View the Audio Trail Map Listen to the Comber Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church stopping point 8 audio clip View the Comber Heritage Guide booklet – a historical walking trail Comber Non-Subscribing Church on facebook Go to […]
The Parkgate Presbyterians People and Kirk over four centuries The First Donegore Story by Donald Alexander The history of the village of Parkgate in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, stretches over four centuries.
In this the centenary year of the sinking of the RMS Titanic it is good to remember some of the Ulster passengers who were aboard the ship and who perished on 15 April 1912. One such was Thomas Rowan Morrow, […]