Publications

Presbyterian War Memorials – New Book  Names Carved in Stone the stories of some of those individuals who once attended the Mall Presbyterian Church, Armagh before they marched off to the Great War by Fiona Berry This new publication is […]

Putting Children First – The Story of the 150 years of the Presbyterian Orphan Society (now called the Presbyterian Children’s Society) The Presbyterian Orphan Society was founded in 1866 to address the needs of Presbyterian orphans.  It was very much […]

Volume 40 (2016) of The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland has been published. Articles From Ulster to New Zealand: the remarkable career of the Rev. Rutherford Waddell – by Dr John Stenhouse ‘In Between the War and the Workhouse’ […]

Anne Jane Carlile, 1775-1864, Prison Reformer and Temperance Pioneer. by Leslie McKeague Born Anne Jane Hamill at Rooskey, Co Monaghan, in 1775, she married the Rev Francis Carlile, the minister of 2nd Bailieborough (Urcher) and Corraneary in 1800. Widowed after […]

This PHSI publication containing the Autobiography of Robert Blair from 1593 to 1636 is a reprint of the Wodrow’s Society’s edition of the Autobiography of Robert Blair of Bangor edited by Thomas M’Crie, D.D. and published in 1848. The text […]

Our latest publication ‘The Scots in Ulster’ is a re-print of 6 pamphlets published by the Rev Dr David Stewart between 1952 and 1957. The Rev Stewart was a distinguished historian of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland – he authored ‘The […]

‘A True Narrative of the Rise and Progress of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, 1623-1670’, also known as ‘The Adair Narrative’, by the Rev Patrick Adair has been re-printed by the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland with an introduction by […]

The online collection of The Bulletin was incomplete as the issues for the years 1987-1993 were not available. Now the issues for those “missing years” have been added to Past Issues list and are available to Members. Volume 16 – 1987 Rev […]