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Former Market House, Carrickfergus
Located at Market Place, it was the Market House from 1775 - 1843 and the townhall from 1843 - 1935,
 
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Category: History

African American troops

African American troops in Carrickfergus

African American troops

 

1st Ranger Battalion Camp

1st Ranger Battalion Camp

 

St Nicholas Church History

St Nicholas Church History

St Nicholas Church History

Category: Blue Plaques

Louis MacNeice

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Frederick Louis MacNeice CBE (12 September 1907 – 3 September 1963) was an Irish poet and playwright. 

 

Paul Rodgers - Ship Builder

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 Paul Rodgers was born in 1834, the seventh of the ten children of Paul Rodgers and Sarah (Logan) of Slievetrue, Antrim. In 1852 he was apprenticed for six years to Carrickfergus shipyard.

 

Andrew Jackson Centre

blueplaques carrickfergus onlineThe Andrew Jackson Centre, also known as the Andrew Jackson Cottage, is the ancestral home of Andrew Jackson, 7th President of the United States. It is located in the village of Boneybefore in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. 
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