John Henry MacAuley ( - 1937):
John Henry MacAuley was born on a farm in Glenshesk, County Antrim; owing to an accident when he was a child, he was disabled. He was taught to carve wood by the woman for whom his mother worked as cook. He opened his own shop in Ann Street, Ballycastle, County Antrim, selling objects carved out of bog oak, and his window displays of farm animals, circus caravans, and even an Irish funeral, were renowned. He was a well-known fiddle player and wrote a number of songs, though the only one published was the famous 'The Ould Lammas Fair in Ballycastle O'