"Holywood Then and Now – Essays by an old resident at the beginning of a new millennium" by Con Auld, published by Con Auld, 2002. Essay V (pages 38–45, 8 pages): Whiskey Galore – The Dunvilles of Redburn.
Paperback, 295 x 210 x 9 mm, 174 pages, £12.99.
"Forgotten Houses of Holywood" by Con Auld, published by Con Auld, 2003. Essay XLIX (pages 76–78, 3 pages): Redburn (1866) A.P.D.L. [Approximate Present Day Location] Old Holywood Road BT18 9GH Holywood Nursing Home. Essay LI (pages 80–81, 2 pages): Richmond Lodge (c.1800) A.P.D.L. Knocknagoney Housing Estate Belfast Road BT9 1SL.
Paperback, 209 x 198 x 6 mm, 104 pages, £7.95.
"Tales of Normansfield – The Langdon Down Legacy" by Andy Merriman, published by the Down's Syndrome Association, 2007. Chapter 13 (pages 169-184, 16 pages): A Distillery, Several Balloonists and a Redhead [Una Dunville (1903–1958)].
Paperback, 147 x 235 x 16 mm, 256 pages, £9.99.
"Redburn Country Park: A Community Guide" by Robin Masefield, produced on behalf of Holywood Shared Town, June 2017. Back cover (left): Scene in Redburn Country Park by Holywood artist Tom Kerr. The booklet includes a double-page map of Redburn Country Park and a full-page sketch of the original Redburn House, stable yard and nearby outbuildings, both drawn by Rosemary Masefield.
Paperback, 147 x 210 x 1 mm, 12 pages including cover.
"Petticoat Pilots – Biographies and Achievements of Irish Female Aviators 1909–1939" by Michael Traynor, published by Michael Traynor, 2019. Volume 1, Chapter 2 (pages 12–69, 58 pages): Violet Dunville – Rising on the Strength of Whisky.
Volume 1: hardback, 218 x 267 x 29 mm, 295 pages, €35 per volume, €60 for both volumes purchased simultaneously.
"Dunville's – The Legend" by Anne-Marie Clarke, The Echlinville Distillery, published by The Echlinville Distillery, 2019.
Hardback, 153 x 217 x 10 mm, 54 pages.
"Dunville's – The Legend" may be purchased as part of a collector's box which also contains a bottle of Dunville's VR 18 Year Old Port Mourant Rum Finish Single Malt Irish Whiskey, a sample of the 41 year old rum from the Port Mourant casks that The Echlinville Distillery refilled with the single malt whiskey, and a reproduction Dunville's Whisky mirror.
Redburn Garden Survey Report by Randal Scott, Ulster Archaeological Society, c/o School of Natural and Built Environment, The Queen's University of Belfast, in association with Holywood Shared Town, 2019.
PDF file, 22 pages.
Slightly larger versions of the photographs of Redburn House and its garden have been posted on www.dumville.org/photo_pages/redburn_house.html
The Ulster Archaeological Society Team on 26 May 2018 with members of Holywood Shared Town and the local community, including Colin Boyd, Hilary Boyd, Michael Catney, Robin Collins, David Craig, Ian Gillespie, Lee Gordon, Roisin McCaughan, Anne McDermott, Janna McDonald, George Rutherford, Paula Sandford, Randal Scott, Chris Stevenson, Harry Welsh, June Welsh and Robin Masefield.
On behalf of Holywood Shared Town, Robin Masefield applied for a Community Heritage grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The grant has enabled the production of a film which was edited by Conor Kelly in spring 2021, drawing on material from Colin Steele, the late
Members of the Holywood u3a played various roles in the project which was greatly appreciated. The Heritage grant also facilitated the reprinting of a free Community Guide to Redburn Country Park (copies of which will be in Holywood Library) and the erection of information panels showing historic images of Redburn House and gardens (which Robin and Rosemary have created). The front cover of the Guide contains a QR code that provides direct access to the film.
Alternatively, the link to the YouTube page with the film is:
On 10th October 2021, BBC Two NI screened "Lá i 1916" ("A Day in 1916"). Investigative journalist Kevin Magee examined a controversial shooting in Castlebellingham, County Louth in 1916, when the first Royal Irish Constabulary man was killed in the Easter Rising. Magee carefully recreated the events of the day and revealed how the RIC man Charlie McGee met his death.
The documentary follows the lives of four men who were caught up in the events of Easter Monday, 1916. Constable Charlie McGee, a native Irish speaker from the Donegal Gaeltacht, was shot dead, and Lieutenant Robert Dunville, heir to the Dunville's Whisky empire, was wounded. The rebels involved included Belfast republican Seán MacEntee, who later became Tánaiste in the Irish government, and Paddy McHugh, a key figure in the Irish War of Independence.
The documentary includes an interview with Christopher Dunville, who is a great-grandson of Robert Dunville. The programme is available on the BBC iPlayer for one year.