CoatesChronicles

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About 'CoatesChronicles' Channel

Nick Coates, the Lagan Foundry, Belfast, blog, Nick, Nicholas F. Coates, CoatesChronicles coates family

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Coates family again, by James O’Fee

[...] . a. Mr John Currans of Richardson Street, Belfast has been in touch. He has researched the Coates family deeply and its links in East Belfast. It seems that many of the street names of the Lower [...]

Let’s raise our hats to Coates

[...] Cootes was a member of the WWII team of code-breakers that broke the infamous Enigma Code. The Coates family legacy is unmatched. They were involved in an awesome variety of business and charitable [...]

Victor Coates of Rathmore bedridden and other stories

[...] Previously I had mentioned  that the Coates family were keen on hunting. One day Victor Coates of Rathmore (my great grandfather) returned home [...]

Coates of Kaipara

[...] While recently researching the Coates family of Rathmore, I stumbled across Dr Michael Bassett’s biographical work of Gordon Coates,e x [...]

Coates family again, by James O’Fee

[...] touch to give this permission. Nicholas writes - I explained in an earlier email how my father Victor Coates (Arthur Cootes 1907-2002) took my mother Charlotte Daunt to meet family in Belfast after a [...]

Let’s raise our hats to Coates

[...] here because two of the sons were called Victor and William, and some time later another Victor Coates changed his surname to Cootes. John told me that Victor Cootes was a member of the WWII team [...]

Victor Coates of Rathmore bedridden and other stories

[...] Previously I had mentioned  that the Coates family were keen on hunting. One day Victor Coates of Rathmore (my great grandfather) returned home from shooting with his clothing thoroughly [...]

Arthur Cootes 1907-2002

[...] in numerous countries in South America, Jamaica, the former Yugoslavia, Australia and New Zealand (where he lived for twelve years). Tropical illnesses took their toll on his digestive [...]

Let’s raise our hats to Coates

[...] to their collective impact on industrial history. It is the Mullogh, beached on Quail Island, New Zealand, in 1923, and still recognisable as a ship. A century and half ago Victor Coates waved goodbye [...]

Coates of Kaipara

[...] across Dr Michael Bassett’s biographical work of Gordon Coates,e x prime minister of New Zealand. The work, published in 1995 is called ‘Coates of the Kaipara’. I was interested to [...]

Coates family again, by James O’Fee

[...] I were in Auckland, [whereas] my grandparents [were in] Sydney. While my grandfather enjoyed New Zealand there simply wasn’t enough action for my grandmother, so she went on to terrorize shopkeepers [...]

Coates family again, by James O’Fee

[...] a thesis on the family which he has passed to me, with the intention of giving a copy to Nicholas Coates when he visits us. b. Nicholas Coates has told me that unfortunately he won’t be arriving [...]

Coates of Kaipara

[...] the Coates family of Rathmore, I stumbled across Dr Michael Bassett’s biographical work of Gordon Coates,e x prime minister of New Zealand. The work, published in 1995 is called ‘Coates of the [...]

Arthur Cootes 1907-2002

[...] 1st 1907, he retained US citizenship throughout his life. His early years were spent in Northern Ireland, living with his father and paternal grandparents at Rathmore House, between Dunmurry and [...]

Coates of Kaipara

[...] ’. I was interested to learn that Gordon Coates had an ancestral connection to Belfast, Northern Ireland. In this case it seems it came from his mother’s side of the family, the  ’Aickens’. [...]

Arthur Cootes 1907-2002

[...] Obituary by Gerald Harvey, from Ulster Chess Union Arthur Cootes, past President of the Ulster Chess Union, winner of the Williamson Shield, friend and mentor [...]

Coates family again, by James O’Fee

[...] permission. Nicholas writes - I explained in an earlier email how my father Victor Coates (Arthur Cootes 1907-2002) took my mother Charlotte Daunt to meet family in Belfast after a short courtship in [...]

Arthur Cootes 1907-2002

[...] retired and came back to Northern Ireland, staying initially with a cousin. He joined the Belfast Chess Club, CIYMS Chess Club and Knock Golf Club. It was a member of the Belfast Chess Club who by [...]

Coates family again, by James O’Fee

[...] road. The house took its name from the stream, now culverted, on whose banks it lay. This Vicxtor Coates is regarded as the founder of Glentoran Football Club. He organised the merger of two [...]

Arthur Cootes 1907-2002

[...] Obituary by Gerald Harvey, from Ulster Chess Union Arthur Cootes, past President of the Ulster Chess Union, winner of the Williamson Shield, friend and mentor to many of us, died on December 1st [...]

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Coates family again, by James O’Fee

[...] . a. Mr John Currans of Richardson Street, Belfast has been in touch. He has researched the Coates family deeply and its links in East Belfast. It seems that many of the street names of the Lower [...]

Let’s raise our hats to Coates

[...] Cootes was a member of the WWII team of code-breakers that broke the infamous Enigma Code. The Coates family legacy is unmatched. They were involved in an awesome variety of business and charitable [...]

Victor Coates of Rathmore bedridden and other stories

[...] Previously I had mentioned  that the Coates family were keen on hunting. One day Victor Coates of Rathmore (my great grandfather) returned home [...]

Coates of Kaipara

[...] While recently researching the Coates family of Rathmore, I stumbled across Dr Michael Bassett’s biographical work of Gordon Coates,e x [...]

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