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Mary McKaneMary McKane(Taylor) ( - 1934) cira 1900, - standing in front of the old, thatched-roof house at Lisnisk. The house still stands but now with a slate roof.

Thomas McKaneThomas McKane - standing on cart, circa 1920 at Ballywatt. The cart, which the McKane's manufactured at Oldtown the adjacent townland, with the tank on it would have been used for spraying potatoes to prevent blight. Johney Dunlop is the gentleman standing beside the horse.

BushmillsBushmills - An early view across The Diamond showing the Market Cafe, the original slate roof to the clock tower with its weather vane and black-faced clock.  Mrs. Kane of the hotel is sitting on the pony and trap.

Bush River FishermanRev. Dr. William McKean - and his son Rev. Dr. John McKean were unique in the history of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland. Both men were appointed to the leadership of the church. Rev. John served for a period as Chaplain to the Parliament of Northern Ireland. Rev. William was the son of Alexander McKane of Ballywatt and later Ballyrobin. Rev. John was an avid fisherman and could often be seen on his beloved River Bush, fly fishing for trout.

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