The following extract is from the Belfast Newsletter dated Tuesday 29th September, 1829 and is reproduced with permission of the Belfast News Letter.
County of Antrim
List of persons applying to Register their Freeholds at the next General Quarter Session of the Peace, to be held at Antrim, for the Division of Ballymena, pursuant to the Act of 10th George the Fourth, Cap.8, entered by the Clerk of the Peace.
Name and Residence of Applicant: Jn. Thompson, Ballymacklehoyle
Description of Freehold: Houses and lands, Ballyclare, Ballynadrentagh & Ballymacklehoyle
Yearly Value to be registered: £10
Death Notice — Maris Black
The following extract is from the Belfast Newsletter dated 28th October 1870 reproduced with permission of the Belfast Newsletter
Black – October 23 at the residence of her brother, Davis Black, Ballymacilhoyle, Killead, Maris Black, aged 80 years.
Farm for Sale
The following extract is from the Lisburn Herald dated 20th January 1917.
Ballymacilhoyle, near Crumlin (within a mile of Aldergrove Station)
Auction of Valuable farm
I am instructed by Alexander Lawther, Esq., J.P. to sell by Auction, on the Premises, on Wednesday 31st January 1917 at 1.30pm. That valuable farm situate as above containing 46½ acres statute or thereabouts, held for ever subject to the yearly rent of £6 10s together with a £1 0s 6d Tithe Rent Charge. There is a comfortable dwelling house and suitable outhouses. The lands are all arable, have been in grazing for a number of years and are capable of producing fine crops. There is a splendid water supply with a pump in the yard. This place is conveniently situate on the road from Aldergrove Station to the Diamond.
If the farm is not sold at the auction, the entire lands will be let for a crop of oats, in lots to suit purchasers, at same time and place.
For title & c. apply.
Robert H Orr & Sons
Solicitors Lombard Street, Belfast
W.S. Harvey, Auctioneer, Belfast & Lisburn.
Expired Gun Permit
The following is an extract from the Lisburn Standard dated Friday 4th April 1930.
Crumlin Petty Sessions.
John McPeake, Ballymacilhoyle, was summoned for being in possession of a gun for which he had not the necessary certificate. The case was adjourned, defendant undertaking to secure a certificate.
District Inspector Fletcher explained that defendant had been a member of the "C" Special Constabulary. Notices were sent out that the permits issued to the "C" Specials had expired, and that certificates would have to be obtained in the ordinary way.
Defendant said he thought the permit he had was still in force.