With exceptions the articles are shorter than typical in ACR. I was surprised at the variety, starting with finding a mention of my home town, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, on the first line of the first article about the brig Trusty. NIFHS has many associate members from outside Ireland.Other places mentioned in the Trusty article are Archangel, Belfast, Carrickfergus, Crookhaven, Hayti, Leith, Liverpool, London, Saint John, Richibucto, and Valparaiso.
Another article Greyabbey Roll of Honour has a list of 68 men from that parish who served in the First World War. It includes the following with a Canada connection.
|Surname||Forenames||Navy or Army||Service||Remarks|
|Craig||Joseph||Army||Canadian Force||Killed in Action|
|Hamilton||Alfred||Army||Canadian Army Medical Corp.|
|Taggart||Samuel||Army||Canadian Army Medical Corp.|
|Hamilton||Samuel||Army||Canadian Force||Killed in Action|
The longest article, The Story of George and Eliza McClelland describes their origins in Monaghan, departure in 1864 from Britain, landing in New York and time in Fall River, Massachusetts. They went at a time when steam was supplanting sail, but they chose the latter. Conditions were a lot better than those of the coffin ships just a few years earlier.