Aston, Ernest Albert
(1873–1949), journalist and urban planner, was born 6 October 1873 in Dublin, eldest of at least three sons and a daughter of Thomas J. Aston, book-keeper, and Jane Hawkshaw Aston (née Bennett). After education at Wesley College and training as an engineer, he…...
Harrison, Letitia Dunbar- (Crawford, Aileen) (1906–94), librarian and methodist activist, was born Letitia
Elizabeth Eileen Dunbar in Dundrum, Co. Dublin, on 4 February 1906, the youngest of at least four children of
Arthur Dunbar, a commercial traveller, and his wife Margaret (née…...
Malley, James Young (‘Jim’)
(1918–2000), civil servant
and airman, was born 24 July 1918 near Aughnacloy, Co. Tyrone, one of four sons and one daughter of
Francis William Malley, a local farmer and merchant, and his wife Ruby Elizabeth
(née Young). The family was methodist. He…...
Patterson, Sarah (‘Saidie’) (1904–85), trade unionist and peace activist, was born
25 November 1904 at 32
Woodvale St., Shankill Road, Belfast, eldest of
three children of William Patterson (d. 1912), shipyard blacksmith, and Sarah Patterson
(née Moore), both of whom were devout…...