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MIM'CD PACE 0.) ""i'.aOß ia baadr aad eadw. , M.l taUr> Icbmob. « E Cnwaa. Meirk Cartaw. THE COL'BtB. m

MIM'CD PACE 0.) ""i'.aOß ia baadr aad eadw. , M.l taUr> Icbmob. « E Cnwaa. Meirk Cartaw. THE COL'BtB. m

ait; thad. -io. toofth. aa. rut - • ... C. LaWl'a PKLtCCA ttoorm Baoli Maalaa |aifc o Mr JaOo M Monao'a !te(tb 0 w itr. William Trail. Biptoaa O 'lt. N. Aodrisaa'o 0 .■wn&JPSI 'it. Jrcqt baboo o who '• r. lawTT.. .- b. M. ( H Mrhao Woo O v Not. «. uoi*or>
August 28, 1913 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE TriZ. iRAILL.

THE LATE TriZ. iRAILL.

trio interest:3 of a. grcat and important trust. Dr. Trail] was born on the let November, 1838. being the eldest sun of William Trail!, of Bally - lough Hot s, , e, County Antrim, and Louisa, daughter of Robert Ffrenen, of Monivea Castle, County Galway
October 15, 1914 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATd OF DR. 'MILL

DEATd OF DR. 'MILL

aught to be taken to, out a amilical degree. It. was the *!dot sea the v n eP r:t t . anit lon system in Triblin. The' of William Trail?. of liallylough Home, Co. i the of the city was strictly in the'Antrra. He married, in 1007. Catherine , lends el • nonelected
October 15, 1914 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Carlisle

Carlisle

New Turbine Steamer. ' Princess Maud." Foe for la. - Par farther ParMadan am Pam. &to., Time Tablas Aida% or apply 6o WILLIAM Trail% Mouaeoz, 21, Warlaarod, Sanaa% Tolograms—" Shorans, S.S. GAN [AMORE. ?PHIS NEW STEAMER, built to replace 1 the s.s. Alshews
September 7, 1911 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AND PET IP TOUR NAND TRENBLZA

AND PET IP TOUR NAND TRENBLZA

Fermanagh prolate were well wepreoented in the prom. M. ehich was hewed at the Bell. ender *direction Try Worshipful Br. William Trail]. IPP*A.A.W.. Antrim (Prince feat.. was Om attmdance of brettimat of the Orand Lodge of Dew lei:lndia. Rightlndia. WorthTlM
August 24, 1915 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
every year, amongst the poor householders of the pariah of Lisburne who are not common beggars. This legacy was disposed

every year, amongst the poor householders of the pariah of Lisburne who are not common beggars. This legacy was disposed

annually to I:90s 4s. Theme chief rents were couveyed, by Hugh Owens and others, trustees to the will of Adam Hunter, to William Trail and Rowley Hall. hy deed )wring date the 27th April. 1820, :in oshtract of which contained in the papers sent with this
November 2, 1917 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(Continued.)

(Continued.)

the first, the Revd. James Mace, Silvanus Molina, Dean John Wilkins, Anthony Rogers, Richard Dobbs, Thomas Higginson, William Trail, and Doctor Snowdon Cupples, the present Reetor. There arc few houses of note in this parish; the late Mr. Closes of Plantation
October 27, 1916 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NATIONALIST ATTITIIDB.

NATIONALIST ATTITIIDB.

Curie's well-equipped mills. An exceptionally fine lot has been bought to the mill from the farm of Lieutenant-Colonel William Trail!, at Ballylough. and is riving a remarkably good yield. Flax generally in the district has been well handled, and the crop
October 16, 1919 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AVW el His Ninety ter the foet-twilimil ranee.

AVW el His Ninety ter the foet-twilimil ranee.

8.-Glenavon Mao. any seep..... pram FAST TROTTING HORSES. . their .. • -.1. Class 46 (6 (1 mice littoral-tat Y. pries, William Trail, Riding Academy, of them Oesen's"Cross, Aberdeen-George IV. (time, H. , 19iseci; 2rd, Mieheel Horan. N. C. mad, Dublin-Hefty
August 29, 1913 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LISBURN STANDARD. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2.5. 1918. erected at the es and of the din-,-•.0 to of the celebrated Iltr. Jeremy

LISBURN STANDARD. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2.5. 1918. erected at the es and of the din-,-•.0 to of the celebrated Iltr. Jeremy

iltushouscs, for as many poor widows, sere also founded by n metaler of the frail family. and are now wholly suptided by William Trail, Esti.: they were whitilt on a more convenient site in IMO, tt the expense of the of Heftford. The several charitable bequests
October 25, 1918 - Lisburn Standard - Lisburn, Antrim, Northern Ireland