Part of the Community
A fifth generation family owned business, James Henry Funeral Services have been serving the community in Ballymena since 1892.
At the Time of Bereavement
It is perfectly normal to be unsure of what to do following the loss of a loved one. That’s why we are here to help support you through the various steps that are involved following a bereavement.
James Henry Funeral services are here for you in time of need. We will guide you through each step of the way to give your loved one the funeral they deserve.
What to do when a loved one dies.
When you contact us, we will arrange to meet with you in the family home or at our premises.
This short video will help to show what you can expect at James Henry Funeral services premises.
What is a funeral plan?
A funeral plan is an easy way to arrange the funeral you want in advance. A plan allows you to specify your wishes and pay for the funeral director’s services included in your plan. As customers often tell us, that can bring peace of mind to you and your family. A plan from Golden Charter also includes an allowance towards third party costs. These are essential, non-funeral director services such as the cremation or burial fees, plus the minister or officiant’s fee to perform the service. The value of the allowance included in your plan may grow over time. There will only be more to pay at the time of the funeral if the third party costs exceed the allowance when you buy your plan, or if the costs increase by more than the growth of your plan.
Carberry Helen 1st March 2024, peacefully at Macmillan Unit, Antrim Area Hospital. Much-loved mother of Colin and Lee, dear mother-in-law of Jolene, devoted grandmother of Caitlin, Rachel and Harry, and Niall, Amylee, Callum and Dylan and great grandmother of Joseph...
Graham William John (Willis) called home 29th February 2024,(peacefully at hospital) after a short illness. Devoted and much loved husband of Dorothy, 14 Gracefield, Gracehill, Ballymena and dear brother of Margaret and the late David. Funeral service in...
Burgess Ellen (nee White) 28th February 2024, peacefully at Rylands Private Nursing Home, Ballymena, in her 101st year. Much loved wife of the late Billy, loving mother of Elizabeth, Rachel, William, Elaine and the late Jacqueline, a devoted mother-in-law,...
Reid Elizabeth Margaret (Marbeth) 25th February 2024, peacefully at hospital, late of Knocklayde House, Ballycastle and formerly of Redford Road, Cullybackey. Beloved daughter of the late Annie and James, dear sister of Nan and Heather, sister-in-law of John...
Larkin John (Shaun) 21st February 2024, suddenly, late of 34 Wilson Crescent, Ballymena. Dearly loved husband of Anna, loving father of Stephen, Jeffrey, Ian and Gary, father-in-law of Heather, Anya and the late Gillian and a much loved grandfather and great...
O’Hara Mairead (nee Kelly), 22nd February 2024, peacefully in hospital after a short illness. Much loved wife of the late Artie R.I.P., loving mother of Liam, Declan, Kelly and Sean, dear mother-in-law of Shena, Sarah and Oonagh, devoted grandmother (Granny O) of...
For centuries, flowers have acted a means of communicating our feelings to loved ones. James Henry Funeral Services offers wreaths and floral tributes to fit both taste and budget.
Guidelines for making a donation in lieu of flowers.
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All types of monuments supplied, inscribed and erected.
James Henry Funeral Services have been serving the community since 1892 providing comfort, support and guidance to bereaved families.
The following car parks are all within 100 yards of our premises:
- Broughshane Street 2
(Behind Asda filling station)
- Fairhill multi-storey car park
- Alexander Street car park
- Camerons car park