Archibald W. M. Kerr
1879-?; ed. Royal Univ., Dublin, QUB, and London Univ.; Belfast journalist.
Works incl. Ironsides of Ireton; A Life of Col. [Michael] Jones,
and Cromwellian Governor of Dublin. IF2
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Desmond Clarke, Ireland in Fiction: A Guide to Irish Novels,
Tales, Romances and Folklore [Pt. 2] (Cork: Royal Carbery 1985), lists By the Pool of Garmoyle, a romance of Belfast and the Glens of Antrim
in 1715 (Belfast: The Northern Whig 1926) [Jacobite plots and a pardon
for the hero; Jonathan Swift appears]; The Shadow of Drumcarnett
(London: Ouseley 1929) [Antrim 1880-1916; the fortunes of the Sam Hallerton
and the Hallertons, and Orange family living in the big house of Drumcarnett
over which their is a seventeenth century curse].
Belfast Public Library holds Poems from Ahoghill [n.d.].