Established 1847. Named after Colonel Adam Murray, arguably one of the most important figures during the historic Siege of Londonderry 1688-1689.
Hinc usque superna venabor:
Henceforth I will seek after heavenly things.
The Murray Parent Club was founded in 1847 and takes its name from Colonel Adam Murray, arguably one of the most important figures during the Siege.
We welcome new members who wish to belong to a small progressive Club that represents a significant part of Londonderry’s rich heritage. The Club meets monthly in the Apprentice Boys’ Memorial Hall, Society Street, Londonderry, within the historic Walls.
The history of the Siege, the role of the Associated Clubs in Commemoration, and the heritage of the Murray Club brings together tradition with a desire to re-present the story for new generations; to remember, in a meaningful and relevant way.