Confession and Subscription Rev. Edward Andrews attempts to explain to genealogists, and people who are interested in the culture of a significant part of the Ulster heritage how we got the Confession and how people “believed it,” i.e. subscribed to it.
Evacuated on a Farm 1940 A poem written by an evacuee from Belfast who was residing at the Stevenson farm at Kinkit, near Sion Mills, Co. Tyrone in 1940. The evacuees were two sisters from Belfast whom I believed were called Loughlin - a relation of Mrs. Jane Stevenson, the hostess. Please contact Mervyn Catterson if you have any information about these people.