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  • Title
    Hammam Hotel and Turkish Baths Compensation Papers and related documents
  • Reference
    2020/044-
  • Date
    1922-1941
  • Scope and Content
    Oliver North Armstrong and Eleanor Elizabeth Armstrong (nee Jones), were the proprietors of the Hamman Hotel and Turkish Baths, 11, 12 and 13 Upper Sackville Street (O’Connell Street), Dublin. Their daughter Marjorie North Armstrong was born in the Hammam Hotel on 12 September 1921. The Hotel in early July 1922 at the star of the Civil War, rsulting ina compnesation claim. The Armstrongs subsequently moved to Belfast where they established the Hammam Turkish Baths, 112 Donegall Street, Belfast. Eleanor Armstrong’s house at 206 Antrim Road, Belfast, was destroyed on the night of Tuesday-Wednesday, 15-16 April, 1941, during the Belfast Blitz, resulting in a futher compensation process. Marjorie North Armstrong married Henry John Maurice Fildes (b. 27 August 1919, Kilmallock, Co. Limerick) in Belfast on 2 December 1941. These papers relate primarily to compensation claims for the two destroyed properties, in particular for the Dublin Hammam Hotel and Baths.
  • Exent
    11 items
  • Language
    English
  • Archival history
    Donated to the Archive by Fionnuala Fildes.
  • Level of description
    fonds