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More from Redburn House, Holywood, County Down


Mrs. John Dunville, Bobby Dunville and some of the staff

Numbered from left to right: (2) Alfie Moore, the Head Gardener,
(3) Sam Farrar, the Head Groom, (5) Eric Baldwin, Chauffeur and Secretary,
(7) Mrs. John Dunville, (8) Bobby Dunville, (10) Ernest Maggs.
The words on Bobby Dunville's pullover are 'Banshee R.U.Y.C.' (Royal Ulster Yacht Club).
Banshee was the name of the Dunvilles' boat, as well as some of their balloons.
The car on the right is a Hotchkiss. These were made in France.
Some of the staff of Redburn House

Some of the staff
of Redburn House
On the boat

On the boat: (1) Paddy Kelly,
(4) Tommy Thompson, (5) a lemur
Tommy Thompson the Gamekeeper and Patou in front of Redburn House

Tommy Thompson the Gamekeeper
and Patou in front of Redburn House
The Gamekeeper's house

The Gamekeeper's house,
up the hill from Redburn House
Tommy Thompson, 1952

Tommy Thompson, 1952
Gordon Thompson, son of Tommy Thompson, in RAF uniform, 1941

Gordon Thompson,
son of Tommy Thompson,
in RAF uniform, 1941

These photographs were very kindly provided by Gordon Thompson (Senior) and Gordon Thompson (Junior), who are a son and a grandson of Tommy Thompson, the Gamekeeper.

See also:

The Dunvilles of Northern Ireland and Dunville's Whisky

Gordon Thompsonís Stories of the Dunville Family and Redburn House

Photographs of John Dunville Dunville, CBE, DL (1866-1929)

Photograph of Violet Anne Blanche Dunville née Lambart (1861-1940)

Photographs of Robert Lambart Dunville (1893-1931)

Photographs of Redburn House

Drawings of Redburn House and Dunville Park

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