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    Default Milltown Inn Lisburn 0r Travellers rest Inn

    I think my ggg uncle William Alderdice may have oned this pub in or around 1850 it was used for the Freemason

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    There's a lengthy article in the Belfast Weekly News 24 Sep 1908 about the history of the pub that mentions " ... then as now owned by the Allardice family; ...".

    Article available thru' Find My Past or British Newspaper Archive - both pay/subscription sites tho' FMP may be available at a local library, depending on where you live.
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    Default Miltown Inn

    I live in Scotland it is not available here any other way to see it?

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    name alderdice

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    This link gives some information about the Traveller's Rest, including a photo.

    http://www.belfastforum.co.uk/index....ic,1996.0.html
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    Have you seen the will of William Alderdice, publican and farmer of Milltown, which can be found on the will calendars on the PRONI website? Probate granted 1890.
    http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/...will-calendars

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