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1852 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

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THE BELFAST

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PROVINCE OF ULSTER DIRECTORY FOR

1852

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Provincial Directory

Main Index of 1852

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Antrim  Ardglass  Armagh  Aughnacloy
Ballibay  Ballycastle  Ballymena  Ballymoney  Ballynahinch  Banbridge  Ballyclare  Bangor  Blackwatertown

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Carrickfergus   Castleblayney   Castledawson   Cavan   Clones  Coleraine   Comber   Cookstown
Donaghadee   Downpatrick   Dromore   Dungannon

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Enniskillen   -   Hillsborough   -   Larne   -    Lisburn   -   City of Londonderry   -   Lurgan
Maghera   -   Monaghan   -   Moneymore   -   Moy and Charlemont

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Newry  Newtownards  Portadown  Randalstown  Saintfield

Enniskillen

Post Office - Townhall Street, Richard Ball, postmaster
Carriers - To Dublin, Peter Cosgrove, Eden Lane; John Chittick, Drumlion, once a week. To Londonderry, Michael Owens, Main Street; Michael Keenan, Belmore Street. To Belfast, by canal, once a week
Town Commissioners - Wm. Robert Armstrong, David Barry, Robert Neatty, James Baker, Jas. Creden, James Coutts, Hugh Copeland, James Graham, Terence Ingoldsby, John Kerr, Patrick Kerr, John Maguire, John Mihary, James Macartney, Peter McBride. Chairman, Wm. Muldoon; secretary, Robert Clegg.
Gaol - Fairview, Jas. Jeffers, governor; H. Morrison, deputy governor; M. Morrison, matron; William Corry, local inspector; George A. Nixon, M.D., surgeon; George Mahood, apothecary; Hon. and Rev. J. C. Maude, Protestant Chaplain; Very Rev. Mr. Boylan, Roman Catholic Chaplain
Union Workhouse - Earl of Enniskillen, chairman of Board; Edward Archdall, vice-chairman; Paul Dane, deputy vice-chairman; Alex. Price, master; Rebecca Carson, matron
Barracks - Infantry Barrack, Queen Street; Artillery Barrack, Castle Street; Redoubt Barrack, Windmill Hill, Barrack Master, Mr. Pringle; Armourer and Ordnance store keeper, Hill Parkinson
Constabulary - Wade Foot, county inspector; John D. McNeil, sub. do.; John O'Hara, head constable
Infirmary - George A. Nixon, M.D., surgeon; George Mahood, apothecary; Mrs. Johnston, matron; Hon. and Rev. J. C. Maude, treasurer; Stewart Whittaker, secretary
Corn and Butter Market - Boston Lane, William Corry, weigh master
Banks - Belfast Bank, Townhall Street, M. H. Morphy, manager.  Provincial Bank of Ireland, Darling Street, George Stewart, manager.  Ulster Bank, Samuel Clarke, manager.  Savings' Bank, Townhall Street, S. Frith, secretary and treasurer
Freeman's Charitable Club - Townhall
Parish Church - Hollow, The Hon. and Rev. J. C. Maude, Chanter Hill, rector; the Rev. Mr. Bradshaw, and Rev. Mr. Mathias, curates
Presbyterian Church - Main Street, Rev. A. C. Maclatchy, minister
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - Preaching Lane, ministers various
Primitive Methodist Chapel - Main Street
Roman Catholic Chapel - Darling Street, The Very Rev. Mr. Boylan, Parish Priest; Rev. P. Traynor, Rev. Mr. Gartlan
Royal School - Portora, Principal, Rev. John Graham, LL.D.
Church Education Society - Rev. H. A. Burke, secretary; Rev. M. Whittaker, treasurer
Church Education Society's School - Forthill, Nicholas Wilson, master; Ann Wilson, mistress
National School - Darling Street, Mr. McIver, master; Mary McIver, mistress
Ladies' Seminary & Boarding School - Darling Street, Miss Clegg
Ladies' Boarding and Day School - Darling Street, Miss Stoddart
Ladies' Day School - Wellington Place, Miss Patterson
Bible Society's Depository - Darling Street, Mr. McMullen
North-west Library - Townhall Street, John Hamilton, librarian
Newspapers - Fermanagh Mail, every Thursday, T. R. J. Polson, proprietor. Fermanagh Reporter, every Thursday, Wm. Trimble, proprietor

Nobility and Gentry
Archdall, Hy. Grey, J.P., Derryargan
Archdall, Henry Mervyn, M.P., Riversdale
Archdall, Nicholas Mervyn, Riversdale
Archdall, Robert, Riverstown
Armstrong, Jardine, Innishmore Island
Armstrong, Montgomery, Innishmore Island
Armstrong, Mrs., Willoughby Place
Armstrong, Philip, Enniskillen
Armstrong, William, Lara
Beaufoy, Major, Willoughby Place
Bell, Alexander, Willoughby Place
Bell, Capt. W. F., Willoughby Place
Belmore, Countess of, Castlecoole
Betty, William, Cappy
Brien, John, Castletown
Clarke, Samuel, Darling Street
Cole, Hon. Henry A., Florence Court
Cole, Hon. John, Florence Court
Collum, Archibald, Fanhousewater
Corry, Capt. Wm., J.P., Wellington Place
Dane, Paul, J.P., Kellyhevlin
Drummond, Miss, Darling Street
Ely, Most Noble the Marquis of, Ely Lodge
Enniskillen, Right Hon. the Earl of, Florence Court
Faussett, Charles, Lisbofin
Fitzgerald, Martha, Fairview
Foot, Wade, Willoughby Place
Frith, B. Gamble, J.P., Darling Street
Frith, James, Cross
Frith, William, Cross
Gamble, Baptist, Graan
Gamble, Hanna
Graham, Christopher, Goblusk
Graham, George, Brook Street
Graham, Miss, Fort Hill
Irvine, George, East Bridge Street
Irwin, Thomas, Bara
Johnston, Mrs., Drumkeen
Johnston, Mrs., East Bridge Street
Jones, Charles John, Rushen
Jones, Lewis, Eden
Jones, William, Lisgoole Abbey
Lindsay, Robert, Wellington Place
Loftus, Hon. Lord Agustus, Ely Lodge
Loftus, Hon. Lord George, Ely Lodge
Loftus, Hon. Lord Henry, Ely Lodge
Loftus, Hon. Lord Viscount, Ely Lodge
McDonald, John, Wellington Place
Maude, Morice, J.P., Chanterhill
Montgomery, Hugh, Crocklean
Montgomery, James, Oakfield
Moore, George, Innishmore Island
Morony, Captain, Belmore Street
Nixon, Alexander, J.P., Henry Street
Noble, Elizabeth, Wellington Place
Owen, John, Barr
Rankin, Dorothy, Willoughby Place
Redmond, Isabella, Fairview
Richardson, Henry Mervyn, Rosfad
Teavan, Alexander, Raceview
Thomson, Ruth, Willoughby Place
Weir, John, Hall Craig
Weir, Robert, J.P., Hall Craig
West, John, R.N., Darling Street
Whittaker, Stewart, Darling Street
Wilkin, James, Carracreagh
Willis, George Paul, Lakeview
Wilson, Daniel, Thomastown
Wood, George, Willoughby Place
Younger, George, Ann Street

Clergy and Professional
Acheson, H., surgeon, East Bridge Street
Armstrong, Wm., attorney, Wesley Street
Bradshaw, Rev. William
Beatty, James, M.D., and surgeon, Daily Street
Bell, Rodney, attorney, Willoughby Place
Betty, Hazlett, attorney, Main Street
Boylan, Very Rev. Mr., P.P.
Chittick, James, attorney, Darling Street
Clarke, Rev. John S., Enniskillen
Collum, Archd., attorney, Main Street
Collum, John, attorney, Bellview
Crummer, William, attorney, Wellington Place
Dane, William Auchinleck, attorney, Townhall Street
Faussett, Charles, attorney, Castle Street
Frith, B. G., M.D., and surgeon, Darling Street
Graham, John, attorney, Darling Street
Greham, Rev. J., LL.D., Portore House
Jones, A., attorney, Darling Street
Keys, Robert, attorney, Fortlodge
Kiernan, J., M.D., and surgeon, Darling Street
Maclatchy, Rev. Alex. Cooper, M.A., Wellington Place
Mathias, Rev. John, Willoughby Place
Maude, Hon. and Rev. J. C., Chanterhill
Nixon, A., surgeon, Willoughby Place
Nixon, F., attorney, Willoughby Place
Nixon, G., M.D. and surgeon, Darling Street
O'Donnell, John, surgeon, High Street
Ovenden, William, M.D. and surgeon, Darling Street
Read, Rev. L. G., J.P., Levelly Glebe
Rodgers, Robt., surgeon, Ann Street
Stevenson, Rev. E., Wellington Place
Sweeny, Rev. John, Belnaleck
Teavan, Johnston, attorney, Darling Street
Treanor, Rev. P., C.C., Wellington Place
Watkins, William, attorney, Brookview Cottage
Weir, Rev. Christopher
West, John, R.N., surgeon, Darling Street
Whittaker, Rev. Mark, Willoughby Place
Wilson, Rev. John, Derrybrusk
Young, Rev. Walter, Lisbellaw

Traders, etc.
Allen, Alex., haberdasher, Hollow
Allen, Jane, dress maker, High Street
Annon, E., butcher, Diamond
Armstrong, Adam, wine & spirit merchant, Darling Street
Armstrong, John, publican, Main Street
Armstrong, Wm., grocer & druggist, High Street
Armstrong, Wm. Robert, Imperial Hotel, Townhall Street
Armstrong, William, pawn broker, Church Street
Arthur, Wm., grocer and ironmonger, High Street
Baker, James, draper, High Street
Ball, John, apothecary, Townhall Street
Ball, John, carpenter, Tonystick
Ball, Richard, earthenware dealer, Townhall Street
Ball, Richard, grocer, Main Street
Beatty, Mrs., bonnet maker, Darling Street
Beatty, Samuel, publican, East Bridge Street
Berry and Reddington, cabinet makers, Tonystick
Betty, Richard, tailor, Darling Street
Betty, Robert, saddle and harness maker, East Bridge Street
Bigham, David, pawn broker, East Bridge Street
Bigham, Mary, bonnet maker, East Bridge Street
Black, George, grocer and seedsman, High Street
Bland, John, Enniskillen Hotel, Darling Street
Bleakley, Ellen, bonnet maker, Castle Street
Bleakley, John, butcher, Darling Street
Bleakly, Robert, saddle and harness maker, Townhall Street
Bond, Samuel, boot and shoe maker, Barrack Street
Bowlan, Andrew, blacksmith, Brooke Street
Bradford, Nathaniel, watch maker, East Bridge Street
Bradshaw, Hugh, timber merchant, East Bridge Street
Brennan, Ellen, publican, Tonystick
Brennan, James, clothes broker, Main Street

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Brennan, Thomas, clothes broker, Main Street
Brown, James, clothes broker, Main Street
Burley, George, blacksmith, Brooke Street
Bushby, Joseph, blacksmith, Tonystick (Busby)
Caffery, J., tailor, Townhall Street
Campbell, James, tailor, Darling Street
Carroll, Edward, boot and shoe maker, Strand Street
Carson, Mary, milliner, High Street
Carson, Wm., haberdasher, High Street
Clarke, Samuel, British Commercial Life Insurance Office, Darling Street
Clegg, Ann, earthenware dealer, High Street
Clegg, Ann, grocer, Hollow
Clegg, Robert, builder, Darling Street
Clegg, Robert, grocer and ironmonger, High Street
Coalter, James, baker and confectioner, Hollow
Coalter, James, grocer, Hollow
Coalter, Wm., baker and confectioner, Main Street
Coalter, Wm., grocer, Main Street
Conigle, Daniel, painter and glazier, Tympinville
Copeland, Ralph, draper, Townhall Street
Corrigan, Patrick, butcher
Costello, James, butcher, Eden Lane
Coutts, James, haberdasher, Townhall Street
Coutts, Jas., draper, Townhall Street
Cox, Mark, cooper, Tonystick
Creden, Hugh, grocer and ironmonger, Barrack Lane
Creden, James, builder, Darling Street
Creden, James, grocer and ironmonger, Barrack Street
Creden, James, timber merchant, Barrack Lane
Creden, John, timber merchant, Windmill Hill
Creden, John, grocer and ironmonger, Windmill Hill
Creden, Wm., publican, Windmill Hill
Crooke, George, grocer & ironmonger, Church Street
Crooke, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Darling Street
Crooke, Thomas, chandler, Main Street
Crooks, George, commissioner for taking affidavits, Church Street
Crowe, Mary Ann, straw bonnet maker, Darling Street
Crowe, Thomas, painter, Darling Street
Davis, A. J., straw bonnet maker, Castle Street
Davis, James, watch maker, East Bridge Street
Donnelly, Daniel, butcher, Eden Lane
Donnelly, Patrick, butcher, High Street
Donnelly, Thomas, draper, Townhall Street
Drennan, James, spirit and porter dealer, Darling Street
Drumin, James, spirit and porter dealer, Tonystick
Durnian, Michael, boot and shoe maker, Schoolhouse Lane
Fair, Robert, baker, Hollow
Fairis, Patrick, butcher
Falls, James, confectioner, Main Street
Faulkner, Wm., boot and shoe maker, Darling Street
Feely, George, blacksmith, Brooke Street
Ferguson, John, coach builder, Willoughby Place
Forster, Archibald, spirit and porter dealer, Townhall Street
Frith, Alex., fishing tackle dealer, Main Street
Frith, Alex., grocer, East Bridge Street
Frith, Ann, dress maker, Belmore Street
Frith, John Henry, builder, Tonystick
Frith, Mr., miller, Millview
Frith, Samuel, draper, Townhall Street
Frith, Wm., builder, Tonystick
Gallagher, John, butcher, Tonystick
Gallogly, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Darling Street
Gonnigle, Hugh, carpenter, Main Street
Gamble, C., registrar of marriages
Gamble, Christopher, apothecary, Wellington Place
Gamble, Mary, publican, Barrack Street
Gamble, Samuel, grocer, Ann Street
Gibbons, Mr., publican, Main Street
Gibson, F., straw bonnet maker, Courthouse Yard
Gibson, R., boot & shoe maker, Main Street
Glenn, Robt., publican, East Bridge Street
Goddard, J., hair dresser, Townhall Street
Gordon, Robert, grocer & ironmonger, High Street
Graham, James, grocer & ironmonger, Darling Street
Grant, Alex., book seller, Castle Street
Gray, Hugh, whitesmith, Tonystick
Gunning, J., cabinet maker, Darling Street
Gunning, John, druggist, Darling Street
Halfpenny, John, butcher, Church Street
Hall, J., baker & grocer, Townhall
Hall, Wm., grocer, High Street
Hall, Wm., publican, Boston Lane
Hall, William, wine and spirit merchant, High Street
Halliday, John, miller, Ballycassidy
Harman, Patrick, coach builder, Belmore Street
Harrison, James, butcher, High Street
Henderson, Robt., butcher, Eden Lane
Hill, Alexander, grocer, Tonystick
Hoey, Wm., tailor, Belmore Street
Hughes, Thomas, baker, Darling Street
Hurles, R., cutler, East Bridge Street
Ingoldsby, Terence, draper, High Street
Innis, Edward, publican, Church Street
Innis, Edward H., wine & spirit merchant, Church Street
Irvine, John, gunsmith, Main Street
Johnston, John, publican, Hollow
Johnston, Wm., tobacco and snuff manufacturer, Ann Street
Kelly, George, tailor, Barrack Street
Kernan, Edward, grocer, Belmore Street
Kernan, E., seedsman, East Bridge Street
Kerr, John, grocer and haberdasher, Hollow
Kerr, Patrick, grocer, etc., Townhall Street
Kerr, Patrick, draper, High Street
Kettyle, Wm., draper, High Street
Kidney, Mrs., baker, Church Street
Kirkpatrick, Margaret, earthenware dealer, High Street
Kirkpatrick, Mary, earthenware dealer, Church Street
Kittson, Christian, wine & spirit merchant, Church Street
Kittson, George, draper, Townhall Street
Kyle, Thomas, publican, Barrack Lane
Law, Andrew, publican, Boston Lane
Leith, Wm., auctioneer, Eden Street
Lemon, John, baker, East Bridge Street
Lemon, John, timber merchant, East Bridge Street
Lemon, John, earthenware dealer, Townhall Street
Lemon, John, grocer, Main Street
Lemon, John, ironmonger, Bridge Street
Lemon, John, wine & spirit merchant, East Bridge Street
Leonard, E., cabinet maker, Darling Street
Leonard, Henry, tailor, Eden Lane
Leonard, John, boot and shoe maker, Hollow
Little, Nemia, publican, Church Street (Nernia)
Love, Terence, boot and shoe maker, Shamble Square
Lowry, Thomas, tanner, Tonystick
Lucy, Andrew, publican, Boston Lane
Lucy, Mervyn, publican, Tonystick
Lyons, Jane, publican, Mill Street
Macartney, James, grocer and leather seller, Townhall Street
Macartney, James, publican, Main Street
Magahy, John, earthenware dealer, Eden Lane
Magovern, Hugh, butcher, Brook Street
Maguire, John, publican, Main Street
Maguire, John, whitesmith, Paget's Lane
Maguire, Mary, grocer, Hollow
Mahood, George, apothecary, Main Street
Martin, John, publican, Main Street
Martin, Patrick, cooper, Cole's Row
Mihan, Terence, butcher, Linenhall Street
Mihar, John, grocer and ironmonger, Hollow
Mihar, J., butcher, Galbraith's Row
Molyneaux, John, fishing tackle dealer, Hollow
Molyneaux, John, ironmonger and jeweller, High Street
Morrison, Caleb, baker, Darling Street
Morrison, Edward, baker, Hollow
Morrison, John, baker & confectioner, Darling Street
Mulhern, Thomas, tailor, Brook Street
Mulldoon, Wm., grocer & ironmonger, Bridge Street
Mulneux, John, watch maker, High Street
Murphy, D., whitesmith, Brook Street
Murphy, Joseph, publican, Water Lane
McBride, Peter, Commercial Hotel, Townhall Street
McBrien, Patrick, boot and shoe maker, Barrack Lane
McDonald, Mathew, clothes broker, East Bridge Street
McGaraghan, M., publican, Boston Lane
McKeagen, Chas., boot and shoe maker, Shamble Square
McMannus, Patrick, cooper, Brook Street
McNeilly, Catherine, bonnet maker, Darling Street
Nelson, R., painter and glazier, Main Street
Nolan, E., auctioneer, Windmill Hill
O'Brien, Francis, publican, Darling Street
O'Brien, John, grocer and leather seller, Main Street
O'Donnell, Wm., publican, Coleshill
Parkinson, M. A., plumber, Townhall Street
Polson, T. R. J., printer, Darling Street
Quinton, Alex., saddler, Townhall Street
Quinton, William, wine and spirit merchant, Darling Street
Rankin, T., cooper, Schoolhouse Lane
Reilly, James, publican, Hollow
Rexter, Jane, publican, Tonystick
Richardson, Miss, haberdasher, Church Street
Robinson, James, draper, High Street
Robinson, Jas., carpenter, Darling Street
Scollan, H., pawn broker, Darling Street
Scollan, Patrick, carpenter, Commons
Scott, Jane, leather seller, Belmore Street
Sharkey, Daniel, butcher, Tonystick
Smith, Richard, gunsmith, Main Street
Stevenson, T., printer, East Bridge Street
Thomson, Arthur, master extraordinary in Chancery and commissioner for taking affidavits, Willoughby Place
Thompson, W., butcher, Queen Street
Tickel, Jos., plumber, East Bridge Street
Trimble, Wm., book seller and printer, Main Street
Vance, Thomas, grocer, Main Street
Watt, Wm., carpenter, Diamond
West, John, baker, Townhall Street
West, John, confectioner, Townhall Street
White, Wm., veterinary surgeon
Whitley, Thomas, baker, High Street
Whitley, Thomas, grocer, Hollow
Whitley, Thos., confectioner, High Street
Wilkin, James, grocer, Hollow
Wilkin, James, wine and spirit merchant, Church Street
Wilkin, James, publican, Church Street
Willis, Mary Ann, White Hart Hotel, Sarah Street
Willoughby, Edward, baker & grocer, Darling Street
Willoughby, Henry, baker, High Street
Willoughby, Henry, grocer, Hollow
Wilson, Margt., dress maker, Castle Street
Wood, J., fishing tackle dealer, Hollow
Wood, John, ironmonger & seedsman, Church Street

Hillsborough

Post Office - Sarah Lutton, postmistress
Dispensary - Ballynahinch Street, George Croker, physician
Market and Session House - Market Square
Police Station - Main Street, Henry S. Decluzeau, county inspector
Savings' Bank - Ballynahinch Street
Established Church - Hon. Walter B. Mant, archdeacon of Down, rector; Rev. James G. Pooler, curate
St. John's Established Church - Rev. Howard B. St. George
Presbyterian Church - Lisburn Street, Rev. Samuel Marcus Dill, minister
Hillsborough Schools - Main Street, James McCarthy, master; Susan Yeates and Maria Asherhurst, mistresses

Nobility, Gentry, etc.
Bradshaw, H., J.P., Culcavy Cottage
Bullock, Mrs., Main Street
Corry, Mrs., Main Street
Downshire, Most Noble the Marquis of, Hillsborough Castle
Decluzeau, S. H., C.I., Main Street
Filgate, F., J.P., Ballynahinch Street
Green, John, Orrfield
Harpur, Edward B., Main Street
Henderson, James, Hillsborough
Hill, Edward B., Main Street
Hopkins, Captain John, Wellington Lodge
Long, William, Main Street
Magill, Daniel, Main Street
Mitchell, John, Ballynahinch Street
Moreland, James L., Carnbane
Morris, Mrs., Lisburn Street
Mulholland, S. R., J.P., Eglantine
Murray, Henry, Main Street
Murray, Richard, Lisadian
McClughan, John, Newforge
McConkey, John, Lion Hill
McDonald, Alexander, Square
Nash, Charles F., Newforge
Sands, William, Square
Scott, Edward, Main Street
Teague, Wm. Edward, Main Street
Wardhaugh, Mark, Park Street

Clergy and Professional
Croker, George, M.D., Hillsborough
Dill, Rev. Samuel M., Blondel Hill
Mant, Ven. Archdeacon W. B., Archdeaconry
Pooler, Rev. James G., Main Street
St. George, Rev. H. B., St. John's Parsonage

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Traders, etc.
Blythe, Wm., spirit dealer, Square
Blythe, Mark, spirit dealer, Main Street
Creagan, C., spirit dealer, Main Street
Crozier, Thomas, watch maker, Main Street
Crozier, J., Sergeant-Major, Park Street
Cunningham, J., spirit dealer, Main Street
Davis, Lennox, nursery and seedsman, Ogles Grove
Ellis, V., grocer & spirit dealer, Main Street
Ellis, Wm., grocer, Lisburn Street
Galley, David, blacksmith, Lisburn Street
Galley, Thos., spirit dealer, Lisburn Street
Godfrey, Geo., saddler, Lisburn Street
Green, Anne, haberdasher, Square
Halliday, Frank, Square
Hamilton, Abel, blacksmith, Ballynahinch Street
Higginson, John, spirit dealer, Main Street
Holland, Thomas, Hillsborough Park
Ingram, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Lisburn Street
Irwin, Sam., spirit dealer, Lisburn Street
Jefferson, Miss, draper, Lisburn Street
Johnston, Joseph, builder, Main Street
King, Patrick, spirit dealer, Square
Lamb, Sarah, haberdasher, Lisburn Street
Loughlin, Thos., spirit dealer, Square
Mercer, John, grocer, Square
Mulligan, John, merchant and grocer, Lisburn Street
Murray, Daniel, spirit dealer, Main Street
McCaw, Mr., spirit dealer, Lisburn Street
McCullen, Joseph, Royal Corporation Arms, Square
McGowan, Roger, tailor, Lisburn Street
McQuiggan, John, grocer, Square
O'Hagan, John, tailor, Lisburn Street
Parker, Anne, Square
Patterson, H., grocer, Ballynahinch Street
Patterson, I., spirit dealer, Lisburn Street
Patterson, Sam., haberdasher, Main Street
Payne, George, Square
Reid, John, spirit and provision dealer, Lisburn Street
Scott, T., baker and grocer, Main Street
Stafford, Thomas, Lisburn Street
Tate, Moses, Main Street
Turner, Ann, spirit dealer, Lisburn Street
Welsh, Ralph, spirit dealer, Main Street

Larne

Post Office - Jas. Coach (Cnoch?), postmaster (Cooch?)
Custom House - Newtown, Daniel Sheriff, sub-collector
Union Workhouse - J. M. McCormick, clerk and returning officer; John Miller, master; Mrs. Dufferon, matron; John White, school master; Miss Wylie, mistress; S. Smiley, relieving surgeon
Fever Hospital - Charles Ferris, attending surgeon
Belfast Banking Company (branch) - Frederick McKinstry, manager; Mr. McClinton, clerk
Established Church 0 Rev. H. Martin, rector; Rev. F. Dobbs, curate
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Dr. H. W. Molyneaux, minister
Presbyterian (Unitarian) Church - Rev. Classon Porter, minister
Presbyterian (Seceding) Church - Rev. Archibald Kennedy, minister
Methodist Chapel - ministers various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. H. O'Loughlin, parish priest
Larne Model, Agricultural and National School - J. McDonnell, teacher
Female National School - Miss Starkie
Infant National School - Miss Huston
Congregational School - T. H. Carlisle
Parochial School - James Hamilton and Miss Honor, teachers

Nobility and Gentry
Agnew, James, J.P., Cairncastle
Agnew, Misses
Agnew, R. S., Seaview
Agnew, Wm., J.P., Kilwaughter Castle
Apsley, Misses
Bailie, J. McN., Hillmount
Barklie, A., Inver
Barklie, James, Inver
Barklie, Thomas, Inver
Blair, Misses
Burke, Alexander
Casement, E. McG., J.P., Inver
Chichester, Samuel, Ballysnodd
Darcus, S., Gardenmore
Hill, Mary
Johnston, George B., Glynn
Kilpatrick, A. H.
McCormick, James M., Ardmore
McGarel, P., J.P.
McKinstry, Frederick
Macauley, Robert
Sloan, W.
Walker, James, Curran
Whitla, George, J.P., Inver
Whitla, George A

Clergy and Professional
Atkinson, W. D., attorney
Campbell, Rev. William
Campbell, Robert, attorney
Cunningham, John, surgeon and apothecary
Dobbs, Rev. F., curate
Ferris, Charles, surgeon & apothecary
Kennedy, Rev. Archibald, Presbyterian minister
Magowan, Rev. O., Presbyterian minister
Martin, Rev. Henry, rector
Molyneaux, Rev. Henry William, D.D., Presbyterian minister
McComb, Hugh, surgeon and apothecary
McNeill, Geo. H. and John, attorneys
Nash, Rev. Mr., Methodist minister
O'Loughlin, Rev. H., P.P.
Porter, Rev. Classon
Porter, Rev/ David. Presbyterian minister, Islandmagee
Smiley, Alex., surgeon and apothecary
Waterson, Rev. F., Glynn
Ward, Rev. C., Cairncastle
Ward, Rev. R., rector, Cairncastle
Whiteford, Rev. James, Raloo

Traders, etc.
Abernethy, James, lodging house
Agnew, James, tile, brick and earthenware manufacturer
Alexander, James, spirit dealer
Alexander, Samuel, grocer
Alexander, Samuel, hardware and ironmonger
Atkinson, Miles, linen and woollen draper, etc.
Bailie, Robert, spirit dealer
Baine, George, grocer and miller, Glynn Mills
Barklie, John and A., linen merchants
Beggs and Nelson, spirit dealers
Beggs, Hugh, painter and glazier
Bell, Edward, painter and glazier
Berry, Mary, confectioner
Blair, John, publican
Blair, Robert, teacher
Boyd, Jane, earthenware dealer
Boyd, J. T. & Co., linen and woollen drapers and straw bonnet manufacturers
Boyd, Robert, publican
Brown, Mrs., grocer
Burns, John, boot and shoe maker
Caldwell, John, book seller & stationer
Caldwell, William, baker
Carson, William, grocer
Carson, Wm., lodging house keeper
Chambers, John, butcher
Cooch, James, weigh master and woollen draper
Cooke, Mary, publican
Cowan, Agnes, straw bonnet maker
Cowan, Mrs., grocer
Cowan, Miss, milliner & dress maker
Craig, Mrs., spirit dealer
Craig, William, grocer
Cunningham, David, cooper
Cunningham, Thomas, publican
Darragh, John, earthenware dealer
Dixon & McCambridge, timber merchants and ironmongers
Dollars, Miss, milliner and dress maker
Eccles, Thomas, accountant, agent for Court House
Elliot, John, plumber
English, John, baker
English, John, tailor

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Ferris, Charles, plasterer
Ferguson, Wm., saddler and harness maker
Fitzsimons & Henry, rope & canvass manufacturers
Fitzsimons, M., adjuster and stamper of weights and measures
Fitzsimons, Mrs., milliner and dress maker
Foster, Joseph, publican
Gawn, John, teacher
Gifford, Geo. B., boot and shoe maker
Girvin, James, grocer
Girvin, the Misses, linen and woollen drapers and bonnet makers
Graham, Gawn, saddler and harness maker
Graham, Miss, day school
Hamill, Miss, straw bonnet manufacturer
Hamilton, Alexander, publican
Hamilton, John, grain and butter merchant and miller
Hamilton, John, grocer
Hamilton, William, nailer
Hamilton, Wm., earthenware dealer
Harvey, Mrs., grocer
Higgin, William, spirit dealer
Hunter, James, spirit dealer
Hunter, Robert, boot and shoe maker and leather seller
Hunter, Robert, spirit dealer
Hutton, Sarah, straw bonnet maker
Jackson, Mrs., victualler
Jackson, Mrs., grocer
Jackson, Mrs., hardware and ironmongery
Johnston, Mrs., milliner & dress maker
Jordan, Thomas, grocer
Kane, Mrs., linen and woollen draper and milliner
Kennedy, John, lodging house keeper
Kennedy, Patrick, mechanic and general smith
Kilpatrick, S., publican
Kilshaw and Cowan, Misses, boarding and day school
Laughton, Val. R., watch and clock maker
Legg, William, butcher
McAdorey, Rose, publican
McAfferty, Alexander, grocer
McAlister, R., grocer
McAlister, Randal, tin plate worker and bell hanger
McAlister, Robert, stamp distributor and registrar of marriages
McAllister, R., grocer
McCalmont, John, Petty Sessions clerk
McCalmont, William, printer
McCarthy, Charles, tailor
McComb, Hugh, ship agent
McConley and Son, grain merchants and millers, Inver Mills
McCready, A., publican
McDowell, Miss, grocer
McElherron, David, tailor
McFerran, William, flax spinner
McGarel, John, linen works, Magheramorne
McGavock, John, grain, butter and kelp merchant and spirit dealer
McGivern, Felix, baker
McGonnell, Daniel, publican
McGregor, Peter, manager of gas works
McKeown, Daniel, leather seller and spirit dealer
McKissock, John and James, boat builders
McKnight, Mrs., dress maker
McLoy, D., grocer and leather seller
McMaster, James, grocer
McMaster and Nairn, grain, butter and pork merchants
McMukain, Mr., nailer
McNeil, George, inspector of weights and measures
McNeill, Catherine, publican
McQuillan, Thomas, grocer
Martin, William, baker
Meharg, Samuel, ironmonger
Miller, John, grocer
Moore, Sarah, grocer
Mulvenna, John, grocer and publican
Nicol, Malcolm, boot and shoe maker and leather seller
Nelson, S. and H., linen and woollen drapers
Orr, John, boot and shoe maker and leather seller
Owens, Alexander, plasterer
O'Fay, Mrs., grocer
Patton, Mrs., victualler
Petrie, W., butcher
Pool, John, publican
Reid, Edward, grocer
Reid, James, grocer and lodgings
Reid, James, book seller
Richey, John, baker
Rogan, James, grocer
Rogers, Miss, milliner and dress maker
Russell, John, tailor
Saunderson, Margaret, grocer
Sheriff, D., sub-collector of customs
Simpson, D. P., collector of cess
Simpson, D. P., Master in Chancery
Simpson, Daniel P., grain merchant and miller, Larne Mills
Sloan, William, agent for Tennent & Co.'s. chemical works
Small, Daniel, cabinet maker
Smiley, John, agent for Lloyd's
Smiley, John, grain and coal merchant
Smith, James, tallow chandler
Smyth, Adam, boot and shoe maker and leather seller
Smyth, John, grocer
Smyth, Joseph, butcher
Stewart, Mr., Antrim Arms Hotel
Stewart, Rose, publican
Thompson, John, timber merchant
Thompson, Mrs., private school
Thompson, Mrs., straw bonnet maker
Thompson, Wm., linen and woollen draper
Turner, James, watch & clock maker
Turner, Miss, milliner and dress maker
Walker, J., saddler and harness maker
Wallace, Arthur, grocer
Wiles, Francis, grocer
Workman, Robert, grocer
Wylie, Mrs., grocer
Wyles, Francis, baker
Young, James, butcher

Lisburn

Post Office - Castle Street, Mary Burns, postmistress
Town Commissioners - Wm. Gregg, J.P., Wm. Caldbeck, Wm. Whitla, Lucas Waring, George Duncan, Hugh McCall, David Mack, Michael Linn, Thomas Mussen, Thomas McCreight, Robert Stewart and Dr. Campbell. Chairman, Thomas J. Smith, J.P.
Town Clerk - John Pennington, Railway Street
Workhouse - Chairman of Guardians, Marquis of Downshire; vice-chairman, Thomas J. Smyth; deputy-vice chairman, Capt. Bolton; clerk, Thomas Hunter; master, G. M. McKee; matron, E. McKee; school master, Thomas Hanny; mistress, Rebecca Reid; nurse of fever hospital, Sarah Clendinnen
County Infirmary - Castle Street, Wm. Thompson, M.D., acting surgeon
Constabulary Station - Railway Street, Charles Morgan, sergeant
Distributor of Stamps - Miss Garrett
Gas Works - Bridge Street, Secretary and treasurer, John Millar; manager, S. Neill
Banks - Northern Bank, H. J. Manly, manager; G. Wilson, accountant. Savings' Bank, H. J. Manley, secretary; Northern Bank, treasurer' James Coates, clerk
The Cathedral - Market Square, Very Rev. Dean Stannus, rector; Rev. E. L. Fitzgerald, curate
Free Church - Rev. H. Hodson, curate
Presbyterian Church - Market Lane, Rev. Alex. Henderson, minister
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - Market Street
Primitive Methodist Chapel - Hillsborough Road
Salem Chapel - Linenhall Street
Quaker Meetinghouse - Railway Street
Roman Catholic Chapel - Chapel Hill, Rev. J. McKenna, P.P.
Free Schools - Hillsborough Road
National Schools, male and female - Chapel Hill, Patrick Mulholland and Miss Murphy, teachers
Female Free School - Seymour Street, Miss Herbert, teacher
Infant School - Seymour Street, Miss Joyce, teacher
Society of Friends' School - Prospect Hill
Infant School - established and endowed by Miss Stewart, Longstone; Miss Connor, teacher
Lisburn News-room - established 1836, Secretary, Mr. Waring, M. Seeds; treasurer, Dr. Macartney
Literary Society - President of council, George Stephenson; secretaries, Dr. Kelso and John Miller; treasurer, David Beatty; librarian, Dr. Macartney

Nobility and Gentry
Barbour, William, Hilden
Bolton, James, R.N., Castle Street
Campbell, John, M.D. and surgeon, Market Square
Carleton, Edward, Blaris
Carleton, Mrs., Rosevale
Clarke, Misses, Castle Street
Clibborn, Mrs., Lisnagarvey
Coulson, James, Market Square
Coulson, William, Market Square
Cupples, Mrs., Railway Street
Ensor, Charles
Garrett, Henry J., Grove
Garrett, Mrs., Chapel Hill
Gregg, Mrs. Mary Ann, Castle Street
Gregg, Wm., seneschal, Derryvolgie, Lambeg
Hawkshaw, Miss, Seymour Street
Higginson, Henry T., J.P., Bow Street
Higginson, Miss Maria
Hogg, Mrs. Mary, Castle Street
Houghton, Richard R., Springfield Cottage
Hunter, William, Plantation
Johnston, Mrs. Mary, Ballymacash
Kennedy, Robert, Mills
Kennedy, Thomas, Castle Street
Laurence, Mr., Blaris Lodge
Malcolmson, Miss, Lisnagarvey House
Manly, Henry J., Castle Street
Moore, Miss, Warren Cottage
Mulholland, Henry, Castle Street
Mussen, Matthew, Market Square
Mussenden, Daniel, Larchfield House
McCall, Robert, Chapel Hill
Nicholson, Mrs., Castle Street
Richardson, J. N., Lissue
Richardson, John, Castle Street
Richardson, Jonathan, Lambeg House
Richardson, Jonathan, Glenmore House
Richardson, Jonathan James, The Island
Richardson, Joshua P., Aberdelgey
Richardson, Mrs. Mary, Bow Street
Richardson, Wm., Castle Street
Smith, Roger J., J.P., Castle Street
Smith, Thomas J., J.P., Castle Street
Stannus, Thomas R., Castle Street
Stannus, Walter, Castle Street
Stewart, Robert, Bow Street
Stott, Edward, Railway Street
Wakefield, J. W., Brookhill
Ward, James, Strawberry Hill
Whitla, William, Seymour Street
Wilson, Robt., Lagan Lodge, Lambeg

Clergy and Professional
Birney, John, attorney, Castle Street
Cuppels, Rev. Edward, Castle Street
Fitzgerald, Rev. Mr., Castle Street
Henderson, Rev. Alexander, Presbyterian minister, Plantation
Hodson, Rev. Hartley, incumbent
Kelso, John J., surgeon and apothecary, Market Square
McHarg, Michael, surgeon and apothecary, Market Street
McKenna, Rev. John, P.P.
Macartney, John, surgeon and apothecary, Market Square
Musgrave, Saml., surgeon and apothecary, Castle Street
O'Flagherty, Francis H., proctor, Market Square
O'Toole, Rev. A., C.C.
Orr, James, physician, Ballylesson
Orr, Rev. Alexander, Lambeg Glebe
Pennington, John, proctor, Bow Street
Seeds, H. and W., solicitors, Railway Street
Seymour, Rev. Mr., Methodist minister, Longstone Street
Smith, Mathew Johnston, solicitor, Castle Street
Smyth, Mathew J., attorney, Castle Street
Stannus, The Very Rev. Dean, Castle Street
Stephenson, Geo., solicitor, Castle Street
Thompson, Wm., physician, Castle Street
Wallace, Rev. Mr., Methodist minister, Chapel Hill
Waring, Lucas, attorney, Castle Street

Traders, etc.
Abbott, Thomas, reed maker, Linenhall Street
Agnew, William, publican, Railway Street
Anderson, John, sewed muslin manufacturer, Market Square
Armstrong, John, Railway Hotel, Railway Street
Arnold, Mary, spirit store, Bow Street
Balmer, Joseph, grocer, Bridge Street
Banister, Jacob, grocer and publican, Market Square
Barbour, Wm., flax spinner, thread manufacturer and bleacher, Hillden
Battersby, Sarah, bonnet maker and milliner, Market Square
Beatty, John, grocer, Bridge Street
Bell, Archibald, plumber, Railway Street
Bell, Geo., woollen draper and haberdasher, Bridge Street
Bell, Henry, publican and grocer, Bridge Street
Bell, Henry, grocer and publican, Smithfield
Bell, Robert, grocer and publican, Chapel Hill
Belshaw, John, publican, Bow Street
Bloomer, Edward, boot and shoe maker, Market Square
Bloomer, John, publican, Bow Street
Boomer, Mary J., grocer, Antrim Street
Boomer, Rainey, publican, Chapel Hill
Boyd, James, boot and shoe maker, Market Square
Brown, John, grocer, Bow Street
Brownlee, Mr., umbrella maker, Castle Street
Brownlee, William, miller
Cairns, James, shoe maker and leather dealer
Carlisle, Wilson, boot and shoe maker, Bridge Street
Chapman, John, publican and grocer, Market Square
Clarke, Charles, publican, Bridge Street
Clarke, Mary Ann, haberdasher, Market Square
Cordner, Robert, grocer, Bridge Street
Coulson, James, damask manufacturer
Coulson, William, and Sons, damask manufacturers
Davis, Ann, publican, Bow Street
Dawson, Eliza, grocer and publican, Bow Street
Dawson, Thomas, whitesmith, Linenhall Street
Dawson, William, publican, Bow Street
Dornan, Robt., whitesmith, Bridge Street
Duncan, Geo., woollen draper, Market Square
Dunwoody, Wm., publican, Bridge Street
Edgar, Eliza, haberdasher, Bow Street
Fawcett, Thomas, and Son, linen and cambric manufacturers, Laurel Hill

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Ferguson, Alexander, grocer, Haslem's Lane
Ferris, John, grocer, Bridge Street
Finlay, John, hardware dealer and grocer, Bow Street
Fletcher, John, grocer, Bridge Street
Foote, Richard, grocer, Bridge Street
Gallens, Thomas, publican, Smithfield
Gallery, James, grocer, Linenhall Street
Gardner, John, publican, Bow Street
Gardner, Richd., publican, Chapel Hill
Gawley, Richard, grocer, Market Square
Gawley, Richd., haberdasher, Bow Street
Gilbreath, Armstrong, tailor, Bow Street
Graham, William, brewer
Green, M. S., milliner and confectioner, Railway Street
Greer, Eliza, grocer, Bow Street
Hagan, Eliza, publican, Market Square
Hall, William, grocer, Railway Street
Halliday, James, grocer, Bridge Street
Hanna, James, grocer, Bow Street
Hanna, William, grocer, Chapel Hill
Harlin, Ann, haberdasher and grocer, Bow Street
Hart, Margaret, grocer, Bridge Street
Harvey, Hugh, publican, Bridge Street
Harvey, Thomas, publican, Bow Street
Harvey, William John, grocer and leather dealer, Market Square
Hawthorn, Adam, publican, Bridge Street
Hermon, John, grocer, Long Stone
Herron, John, cabinet maker, Smithfield
Higginson, Edward, grocer, publican and leather cutter, Bow Street
Hodgen, George, grocer, Bow Street
Irwin, David, baker, Bow Street
Irwin, Robert, boot and shoe maker, Bridge Street
Jack, Jn., spirit store, Bridgeend Hill
Jefferson, George, grocer, Long Stone
Jefferson, John, woollen draper, Bow Street
Jefferson, Redmond, grocer, leather, hardware and timber merchant, Bow Street
Johnston, M. J., haberdasher, Market Square
Johnston, Sam., whitesmith, Castle Street
Johnston, William, grocer and shuttle maker, bridge Street
Kain, Agnes, publican, Smithfield
Kelso, John, apothecary, Market Square
Kenmuir, Alexander, watch and clock maker, Bow Street
Kenmuir, William, and Sons, watch makers and jewellers, Market Square
Kennedy, R. and T., flour and starch manufacturers
Knox, John, cutler, Castle Street
Larmour, John, posting establishment, Railway Street
Larmour, Mary, publican, Long Stone
Laurence, Connolly, publican, Long Stone
Lavery, John, grocer, Smithfield
Lennon, Edmund, Hertford Arms Hotel, Market Square and Railway Street
Lennon, William, provision dealer, Bridge Street
Lindsay, James, pawn broker, Bow Street
Linn, Michael, grocer, Bow Street
Loughlin, Timothy, saddler, Bow Street
Lynass, Robert, grocer, Bow Street
Macartney, Arthur, baker, Bow Street
Mack, David, woollen draper, Market Square
Magee, W. J., damask manufacturer
Major, George, publican, Market Square
Major, George, muslin manufacturer, Bow Street
Maxwell, Stewart, grocer, Bow Street
Millar, John, baker, flour and coal merchant, Market Square
Millar, John, secretary Gas Company
Millar, John, agent for Standard Life Assurance Co., Market Square
Mitchell, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, Bow Street
Moore, Alex., hair dresser, Bow Street
Morgan, George, weaver, Bridge Street
Murdoch, Mary Ann, milliner, Bow Street
Murphy, Patrick, grocer and publican, Bow Street
Murray, J., grocer, Haslem's Lane
Murray, James, saddler, Bow Street
Murray, Jas., confectioner and tailor, Bow Street
Murray, Richd., hair dresser, Castle Street
Mussen, Edward C., chandler, Market Square
Mussen, Jas., woollen draper, Market Square
Mussen, Robert, publican, Market Square
Mussen, Thomas, spirit store, Market Square
McAfee, A. J., grocer, Smithfield
McBride, Thomas, butcher, Bow Street
McCalister, Thomas, tailor, Castle Street
McCall, Hugh, pawn broker, Bow Street
McCloy, M. and J., painters and glaziers, Castle Street
McClure, Adam, bakery and spirit shop, Market Square
McConnell, Arthur, clothes dealer, Market Square
McConnell, John, grocer, Market Square
McConnell, John, jun., grocer, Bow Street
McConnell, John, grocer, Castle Street
McConnell, Mary, grocer, Market Square
McConnell, Saml., grocer, Market Square
McCrea, Michael, grocer and spirit dealer, Bow Street
McCready, Joseph, grocer and baker, Bow Street
McCreight, Thos., Queen's Arms Hotel
McDonald, Mrs., druggist, Bridge Street
McIntyre, Agnes, haberdasher, Market Square
McIntyre, John, cabinet maker, Castle Street
McKeavney, Henry, provision dealer, Bridge Street
McKeavney, Mark, grocer and publican, Chapel Hill
McKee, Samuel, sewed muslin warehouse, Bridge Street
McKee, Samuel, sewed muslin manufacturer, Bridge Street
McKey, J., carpenter, Railway Street
McLaughlin, Mary, publican, Antrim Street
McLernan, Daniel, spirit store, Bow Street
McMurray, D., general dealer, Bridge Street
Neely, Erskine, pawn broker, Market Square
Neely, Wm., teacher, Castle Street
Neill, S., manager Gas Company
Newburn, Thos., publican, Bridge Street
O'Flagherty, Francis, public notary, Market Square
O'Flagherty, Mrs., haberdasher and milliner, Market Square
Patterson, John, boot and shoe maker, Bridge Street
Pelan, George, chandler, oil, colour and glass shop, Market Square
Philips, Jas., spirit dealer, Market Street
Priestly, Wm., publican, Bow Street
Reid, John, spirit dealer, Market Square
Reid, Wm., grocer, Castle Street
Reilly, James, printer and book seller, Bow Street
Reilly, Mrs., stationer and book seller, Market Square
Richardson, Jonathan J., flax spinner
Richardson and Co., linen manufacturers and bleachers, Lambeg
Richardson, Sons, and Owden, linen manufacturers and bleachers, Millbrook and Glenmore
Riddel, Alex., reed maker, Railway Street
Robb, Mr., painter, Railway Street
Russel, Eliza, grocery, glass and delf shop, Bow Street
Sands, Joseph, provision dealer, Market Square
Savage, Edwd., publican, Smithfield
Savage, Jane, publican, Market Square
Savage, Thomas, pork dealer, Haslem's Lane
Sefton, Geo. H., publican, Bow Street
Sharpe, Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer, Market Square
Sheals, Charles, grocer
Singleton, William, haberdasher, Market Street
Sloan, McAlister, and Alister, sewed muslin agents
Smith, Henry, grocer, Market Square
Stevenson, J., professor of music, Railway Street
Stevenson, Wm., publican, Bow Street
Stewart, Robert, and Sons, flax spinners and thread manufacturers
Stewart, Wm., confectioner, Railway Street
Tenton, James, flour and meal dealer, Bow Street
Thompson, Edward, boot and shoe maker, Bow Street
Thompson, George, leather dealer, boot and shoe maker, Bow Street
Titterington, Alex., watch maker and jeweller, Market Square
Trainor, John, tailor, Castle Street
Tumelty, M. A., publican and grocer, Castle Street
Turkington, Mr., manager of Subscription Bakery, Castle Street
Turner, Mary, grocer, Seymour Street
Turtle, James, bakery, Castle Street
Vaughan, Wm. John, grocer, Bow Street
Walsh, Peter, grocer, Bridge Street
Ward, James, agent for Sun Fire and Life Assurance Co., Strawberry Hill
Watson, John, spirit store, Bridge Street
Wheeler, E., publican, Smithfield
Wheeler, Owen, grocer and haberdasher, Market Square
Wilson, George, shoe maker, Bow Street
Wilson, James, baker, Castle Street
Wilson, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Castle Street
Woods, John, haberdasher, Market Square
Woods, Michael, baker and confectioner, Bridge Street
Woods, Patrick, clothier, Market Square
Yates, Brown, and Howat, sewed muslin agents, Railway Street
Young, Wm. and L., spirit dealers and grocers, Market Square

City of Londonderry

Post Office - Linenhall Street, postmaster, Mr. John Bond Peoples; Deputy Postmaster, Mr. James Cherry
Steam Packets - Agents: Mr. John Munn, Mr. John Lyon
Member for the Borough - Sir. R. A. Ferguson, bart.
Governor of Derry and Culmore Fort - Lieut.-General the Right Hon. the Earl of Strafford, G.C.B.
Borough Magistrates - J. E. Miller, M.D., C. McC. Lecky, G. Tomkins, H. Nicholson, J. Dysart, J. Murray, D. Baird, W. Haslett, Sir R. Bateson, baronet, Sir R. A. Ferguson, bart., M.P.
Recorder - William Boyd, Q.C.
Corporation - Mayor, George Foster, Aldermen,  North Ward, G. Foster and B. McCorkell.  East Ward, A. Lindsay and J. Leathem.  South Ward, S. Gilliland & W. McArthur.
Town Councillors - North Ward, R. Forster, J. Croscadden, W. Coppin, R. Allen, J. Cooke, W. Thompson.  East Ward, J. Thompson, A. Skipton, M.D., J. Allen, J. H. Rowe, J. E. Miller, I. Colquhoun.  South Ward, S. Smith, W. D. Porter, J. Greer, H. Darcus, W. Huffington, T. Wallace, J. Hayden.  Town Clerk, James W. Gregg.  Ballast Master, A. Stewart.  Harbour Master, F. Hamilton.  Town Surveyor, Stewart Gordon
Custom-house - Ship Quay, Collector, John Crampton; Comptroller and Surveyor of Warehouses, Robert Staines; First Clerk, Mr. William Scott; Landing Waiter, Mr. A. Dysart; Tide Surveyor, Mr. Thos. Doulon
Excise Office - Shipquay Street, Collector, Golding Bird; Supervisor, Mr. Burgess
Stamp Office - Meetinghouse Row, Distributor, Anthony Babington
Ordnance Survey Office - St. Colomb's Court, Bishop Street, Capt. Leitch, master; Sergeant John Carrington, deputy
Consuls for Foreign Powers - Denmark, G. Foster; France, J. Morrison; Russia, Turkey and the Two Sicilies, Samuel Morrison; Holland, William Davenport; Sweden, Norway and Prussia, Abraham H. Stewart; United States, James Corscaden
Government Emigration Officer - Edwin A. Smith, R.N.
Superintendent of Out-pensioners - Major J. Stuart
Coroner - Minchin Lloyd, Summerhill
Union Workhouse - east-side of Foyle, to accommodate 1100 inmates, Sir R. A. Ferguson, bart., M.P., chairman; Thos. Scott, vice-chairman; Patrick Gilmour, deputy vice-chairman; Samuel Kennedy, clerk; William Rodgers, master; M. McCandlas, matron. Chaplains, Rev. Dr. Babington, Established; rev. Henry Carson, Presbyterian; Rev. A. J. McCarron, Roman Catholic, Dr. White, medical attendant
General Dispensary - Bishop Street, Medical attendant, Alex. Skipton, M.D.
County and City Infirmary and Fever Hospital - Edenballymore, Francis Rogan, M.D., physician & surgeon; John Thompson, M.D., house surgeon; Rev. Wm. McClure, treasurer and secretary; John Kennedy, house steward and manager
Lunatic Asylum - for Derry, Donegal and Tyrone, built to accommodate 200 patients, D. Cluff, manager; Francis Rogan, M.D., physician
Banks - Bank of Ireland, office, Shipquay Street, Agent, Jas. Thompson Mackey; Belfast Banking Company, office, Shipquay Street, Manager, Wm. Hazlett; Northern Banking Company, office, Magazine Street, Managers, Edward Smith and R. Hanna; Provincial Bank, office, Shipquay Street, Manager, David Webster; Ulster Banking Company, office, Foyle Street, Manager, Thomas Davison
Loan Fund - Castle Street, John S. Davison, secretary; James Gilmour, treasurer
Notaries Public - Mr. William Scott, Custom-house; Mr. Thos. Wallace, Great James's Street
Agent for Lloyd's, John A. Smith & Co.
Registry Office for Servants -
Linenhall Street
Registrar of Marriages -  for the district, Thomas McCarter, Pump Street
Commissioner for Receiving Affidavits - Thomas McCarter
Masonic Hall - Magazine Street, S. Ormsly, caretaker
The Cathedral - Bishop Street, founded by the London Corporation 1628, The Hon. and Right Rev. Richard Ponsonby, Lord Bishop of Londonderry and Raphoe; the Very Rev. Thomas Banbury Gough, Dean of Londonderry and Raphoe. The Rev. John Hayden Dunboe, archdeacon; Revs. George Smith, Mr. Higinbotham and Chas. Seymour, curates; Mr. Welsh, organist; Mr. Stafford, first singer in the choir
Chapel of Ease - the West Wall, Rev. Robert H. Burgh
Free Church - Great James Street, Rev. Mervyn Wilson; Rev. B. B. Gough, first chaplain to the bishop
First Presbyterian Church - Meetinghouse Row, Revs. William McClure and Rev. Thomas Wallace, pastors
Second Presbyterian Church - off Fountain Street, Revs. James Crawford and Matthew Wilson, pastors
Third Presbyterian Church - Great James Street, Rev. J. Denham, D.D.
Fourth Presbyterian Church - Widow's Row, Rev. Robert Ross
Covenanter's Meetinghouse - Fountain Street, Rev. Robert Niven
Reformed Presbyterian Meetinghouse - Waterside, Rev. Jacob Alexander
Independent Chapel - Mall Wall, Rev. John Kay
Primitive Methodist Chapel - Magazine Street, Rev. Mr. Jones, minister
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - East Wall, Revs. John Dwyer and G. McMillin, pastors
Roman Catholic Chapel - Long Tower, Right Rev. Francis Kelly, D.D., bishop; Revs. Hugh Nugent Aden, John McLaughlin, and E. McBride, curates
St. Columb's Chapel - Waterside, Ven. Archdeacon A. J. McCarron, P.P.; Revs. Wm. McLaughlin and Charles McCauley, curates
Sisters of Mercy Convent - Pump Street, Mrs. Locke, superioress
Londonderry Bible Society - Revs. W. McClure and Mervyn Wilson, secretaries; Patrick Gilmour, treasurer
Derry Diocesan School - (usually called Foyle College), A Grammar School with accommodation for eighty boarders. Patron, The Lord Bishop of Derry; Trustees, The Dean and Chapter of Derry; Head Master, Rev. Robert Henderson
Endowed School - in connection with the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Waterside, Wm. John Snowden, teacher
Irish Society Infant School - in connection with the Independent Meetinghouse, Bridge Street, Miss M. Adams, teacher
Gwyn Charitable Institution - Established in 1833, for the maintenance and education of male orphan children, who have been resident in the city and liberties of Londonderry. The institution was established by the late Mr. John Gwyn, a merchant belonging to the city of Derry, who bequeathed a large sum for that purpose. The children are taken into the establishment at the age of from 8 to 12, and maintained, clothed, educated and apprenticed out of it. There are at present 120 boys in the house. The institution is managed by a board of 21 trustees, Treasurer, Peachill Irwin; Secretary, Pitt Skipton; Medical Attendant, Alex. Skipton, M.D.; Head Master and Resident Superintendent, Mr. M. Philson
Templemoyle Agricultural Seminary - five miles from Londonderry, Established in 1827, for giving a more suitable education to the sons of farmers and persons intended for agricultural pursuits. Attached to the building, which is capable of accommodating eighty boarders, is a farm containing 172 acres, cultivated in accordance with the most recent discoveries and improvements in agriculture. There are at present seventy-five pupils in the establishment. The institution is governed by a committee of management chosen from the subscribers and patrons. Chairman, Sir Robert A. Ferguson, Bart., M.P.; Treasurer, the Ulster Bank; Hon. Secretary, Pitt Skipton; Head Farmer, Mr. John Campbell; Head Master, Mr. R. Maxwell
Londonderry Library Association and Public News-room - Shipquay Street, Established 1824; the property of 120 shareholders, vested in seven trustees and managed by a committee of ten proprietors. John Little, secretary; Robert Hanna, treasurer; John Thompson, resident librarian and manager. Admission by ballot; terms, 30s. per annum.
Londonderry Library and News-room - Librarian, Mr. John Thompson
Londonderry General Subscription Library - Mall Wall, Librarian, Mr. J. G. Leathem
Londonderry Literary Association - W. Boyd, secretary
Ladies' Penny Society - on the Wall, For the relief of destitute roomkeepers. Miss Baldrick, secretary
Newspapers - Londonderry Journal, Wednesday; Mr. James Cruise, printer and publisher; Arthur McCorkell, registered proprietor. Londonderry Sentinel, Friday; Mrs. Wallen, proprietor and publisher; Mr. G. A. O'Driscoll, editor. Londonderry Standard, Thursday; Messrs. James Macpherson and Thomas McCarter, proprietors and publishers; Mr. James Godkin, editor

Nobility and Gentry
Alexander, Mrs., Strand
Babington, Mrs., East Wall
Baird, Daniel
Baldrick, Miss Ann, Magazine Street
Bateson, Sir Robert, bart., D.L., J.P., Castruse
Blackall, Captain, Great James Street
Bogg, Misses, Bishop Street
Bond, Miss M., Meetinghouse Row
Bond, Miss Mary, Bishop Street
Boyd, Mrs. Ann, Shipquay Street
Boyle, James, James Street
Brown, Misses, East Wall
Brown, Mrs., Shipquay Street
Cary, Miss Charlotte, East Wall
Chatham, Col. John, Waterloo Place
Corbett, Hugh, Castle Street and Ravenscliff, Moville
Crampton, Misses, Waterloo Place
Crawford, Mrs., Great James Street
Darcus, Mrs., Pump Street
Denham, Miss, Queen Street
Dysart, John, J.P., Meetinghouse Row
Ellis, Miss Sarah, Mall Wall
Fairley, Miss, Shipquay Place
Ferguson, Sir R. A., bart., M.P., The Farm
Foster, George, Strand
Gamble, Miss, Strand
Gilmour, Patrick, Great James Street
Graham, Miss Eliza, Pump Street
Grant, Mrs., Strand
Gregg, Mrs. Ann, Pump Street
Hamilton, Mrs. Ann, William Street
Harvey, William, Artillery Lane
Hay, Mrs. Elizabeth, Shipquay Street
Hazlett, William, Belfast Bank
Hogshaw, Misses, Great James Street
Horner, Miss Jane, William Street
Huffington, Mrs., Strand Road
Inch, Mrs. J., Pump Street
Lecky, Conolly McCausland
Leslie, Captain E., Great James Street
Moore, Miss Eliza, James Street
Morrison, John, William Street
Motherwell, Mrs., Queen Street
Munn, John, Shipquay Street
McAuley, Misses, Great James Street
McCausland, Captain, Great James Street
McCausland, Marcus, East Wall
McClure, John, Pump Street
McDonagh, Mr., Bridge Street
Nicholson, Harvey, J.P., Shipquay Street
Osborne, James, William Street
Patterson, Mrs., James Street
Ponsonby, Hon. & Right Rev. Richard, Lord Bishop of Derry, The Palace, Bishop Street
Renwick, Miss, Bishop Street
Shaw, Matthew, Diamond
Skipton, Captain, Pump Street
Smyth, Major, Sackville Street
Stanes, Robert, Bishop Street
Steele, Mrs. Letitia, Waterloo Place
Steele, Mrs., Queen Street
Stewart, Miss, Bishop Street
Stewart, Miss Jane, The Mall
Thompson, Mrs. Ann, Magazine Street
Woods, Mrs., Queen Street
Young, Miss Ann, Queen Street

Clergy and Professional
Alexander, Rev. Jacob, Waterside
Bradley, William George, solicitor, Ferryquay Street
Browne, Wm., M.D., Pump Street
Burgh, Rev. Robert, Pump Street
Cass, N. B., dentist, Sackville Street
Chambers, Thomas, solicitor and sub-sheriff, London Street
Colhoun and Knox, solicitors and land agents, Shipquay Street
Corbett, Thomas, surgeon and licentiate apothecary, Shipquay Street
Crawford, A., solicitor, Linenhall Street
Crawford, Rev. James
Denham, Rev. James, D.D., Great James Street
Duddy, George, surgeon and druggist, Ferryquay Street
Eames, W. J., surgeon and licentiate apothecary
Ferguson, Rev. Samuel
Franks, G. & G., solicitors, London Street and Pump Street
Gough, Very Rev. Thomas B., The Deanery, Bishop Street
Greene, H., civil engineer, Queen Street
Hamilton, Andrew, M.D. and surgeon, Sackville Street
Hagerty, Wm., architect, Strand Road
Hall, Thomas, professor of Latin and Greek, Foyle College, William Street
Henderson, Rev. Robert
Higinbotham, Rev. Robert, Mall Wall
Huffington, Wm., solicitor, Waterloo Place
Jackman, Samuel, architect, Diamond
Johnston, David, civil engineer, Great James Street
Kelly, Frederick, solicitor, Market Street
Kinder, George T., solicitor and agent for the London Mutual Life and Guarantee Society, Pump Street
Knox, Robt., solicitor, Great James Street
Lane, M. B., solicitor, Bishop Street
Leitch, Capt. Geo., Master of Ordnance Survey; office, St. Columb Court
Logan, Henry, professor of music, East Wall
Maxwell, Joseph, M.D., and surgeon, Pump Street
Millar, Joseph E., M.D., and surgeon, Pump Street
Millar, John, engineer and architect, North Quay
Morton, Charles, M.D. and surgeon and licentiate apothecary, Diamond
McCorkell, Arthur, solicitor, agent for Church of England Fire and Life Assurance Company, Shipquay Street
McClure, Rev. Wm., Sackville Street
McFarland, A., artist, Strand Road
McIntire, John, solicitor, London Street
McLaughlin, William, M.D., surgeon and licentiate apothecary
McMillen, Rev. George
Nesbitt, James E., solicitor, Castle Street
Nevin, Rev. Robert
Orr, Moore, solicitor, East Wall
Orr, W. E., engineer and architect, Richmond Street
Ponsonby, Hon. & Right Rev. Richd., The Palace, Bishop Street
Reid, Forest, attorney, Richmond Street
Rogan, Francis, M.D. and surgeon, Bishop Street
Rogan, William F., M.D. and surgeon, Pump Street
Rone, John Henry, surgeon and apothecary, Ferryquay Street
Ross, Rev. Robert
Skipton, Alex., M.D. and surgeon, Diamond
Skipton, Henry, M.D. and surgeon, Diamond
Sloan, Robert, civil engineer, Great James Street
Smith, Rev. George, Mall Wall
Staunton, Thomas, drawing master in Foyle Cottage, Great James Street
Stevenson, Messrs., solicitors, Richmond Street
Thompson, Dr., surgeon and licentiate apothecary, Strand Road
Wallace, Rev. T.
White, Barnewell, M.D. and surgeon, Pump Street
Wilson, Rev. Mervyn, Great James Street
Wilson, Rev. Matthew

Traders, etc.
Adams, A. & J., grocers, Butcher Street
Aicken, William, butter merchant, Strand
Aitken, Thomas, sail maker, William Street
Alexander, J. R. and J., corn millers, Waterside and Foyle Street
Alexander, Mathew James, bread & biscuit baker and confectioner, Ferryquay Street
Allen, Andrew, publican and grocer, Waterside
Allen, James, hardware, clock and fancy warehouse, Shipquay Street
Allen, John, wine merchant, Linenhall Street
Allen, Robt., & Co., wholesale grocery, oil, colour, glass and seed warehouse, Shipquay Place
Allen, Robert, agent for Life Association, Scotland, Shipquay Place; residence, Great James's Street
Allen, Thomas, delf and leather dealer, Waterside
Anderson, John, family grocer and baker, William Street
Andrews, William, watch maker and jeweller, Foyle Street
Ashton, William, & Co., tailors and hat manufacturers, Bishop Street
Atkins, Thomas, sail maker, Shipquay
Babington, Barbara, family grocer, Diamond
Baird, Daniel, & Co., general merchants and ship owners, Strand
Ballantine, T. and S., Clooney and Ardlough flour, oatmeal and Indian corn mills, Waterside; office, Foyle Street, residence, Waterside
Barber, James, publican, Waterside
Barber, Joseph, grocer, Waterside
Barr, Thomas, grocer, baker and spirit dealer, Rossville Street
Baxter, A., plumber and gasfitter, William Street
Baxter, A., plumber and gasfitter, Shipquay Place
Beagley, John, tailor, Ferryquay Street
Beagley, Robt., publican, Artillery Lane
Bigger, William, provision store, Foyle Street
Birkmyre, John, baker, Foyle Street
Black, Alexander, & Co., wine and spirit merchants, Waterloo Place
Blackie and Sons, publishers, Orchard Street
Blair, Elizabeth, publican, Society Street
Boardman, Wm., publican, Waterside
Bond, Robert, wholesale grocer, oil and colour merchant, Shipquay Street
Boyd, Hamilton, printer, Castle Street
Bradley, J. and C., cabinet makers, Bridge Street
Bradley, Mary, publican, Strand
Bradley, Patk., pawn broker, Society Street
Bredin, Thomas, hardware merchant, Ferryquay Street
Brigan, Jane, lodging house, Bridge Street
Brogan, Patk., baker, Bishop Street
Bryson, James, publican, Bridge Street
Bryson, Joseph, publican, Waterside
Buchanan, H., general printer, Richmond Street
Burnett, Jane and Mary, silk mercers and haberdashers, Pump Street
Byrn, Patrick H., chiropidist and perfumer, Artillery Lane
Cairns, James, American packet agent, Foyle Street
Cameron, M., clothes broker, Cowbog Street
Campbell, Michael, clothes broker, Cowbog Street
Campbell, Robert, cabinet maker, etc., Bishop Street and London Street
Campbell, Robert, saddler and harness maker, Bishop Street
Campbell and Gilmour, grain and commission merchants, Foyle Street
Carson, B., engraver, Artillery Lane
Carson, Charles, & Co., brewers, maltsters and millers, William Street
Carter, Robt., publican, Linenhall Street
Cary, McClelland, & Co., grain merchants and bleachers, Foyle Street
Casey, J., ship bread baker & grocer, Foyle Street
Casey, J., publican, Foyle Street
Caskey, Samuel, teacher, Bridge Street
Caulfield, W. H., watch maker and jeweller, Ferryquay Street & Diamond
Caulfield, Wm., leather cutter, Diamond
Cherry, J. D., woollen and linen draper and hatter, Diamond
Christie, Claudius, general merchant and emigration agent, Foyle Street
Christie, John, steam flour and grain mills, Foyle Street
Christie, John, flour store, Shipquay Place
Christie, W. & H., general merchants and emigration agents, Foyle Street
Christie, W. and H., Globe Insurance office, Foyle Street
Clarke, Eliza, milliner and silk mercer, Ferryquay Street
Clarke, Joseph, woollen draper and haberdasher, Waterside
Clark, Richard, cutler, Butcher Street
Clements, David, American packet office, Foyle Street
Cochrane, Mrs. Joseph, milliner, Castle Street
Colhoun, Andrew, woollen draper, Shipquay Street
Colhoun, George, publican, Waterside
Colhoun, M., watch maker & jeweller, Shipquay Street
Collins, Anthony, cooper, William Street
Connor, Andw., Strand Tavern, Strand
Connor, Dennis, clothes broker, Cowbog Street
Cooke, Joseph and John, ship owners and timber merchants, Strand
Cooke, Robt., general grocer, Butcher Street
Cooper, Margaret, haberdasher, Shipquay Street
Coppin, Captain Wm., ship builder and iron founder, Strand Road
Corscaden, James, grain merchant, Shipquay Street
Corscaden, James, Northern Fire and Life and Caledonian Life Assurance office, Shipquay Place
Cowan, Jane Ann, boarding house, East Wall
Crawford, David, grocer, Waterside
Crawford, Muir, grocer, Waterloo Place
Crockett, A. and J., milliners, Bishop Street
Culleron, Andw., auctioneer, Diamond
Cunningham, James, woollen draper, haberdasher and leather dealer, Waterside

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Cunningham, Jane, haberdasher, Bishop Street
Cunningham, John, grocer, Bishop Street
Cunningham, Oliver, grocer, Rossville Street
Cunningham, Robert, steam oatmeal mill, Foyle Street
Cunningham, S., grocer, Foyle Street
Cuthbert, Hugh, baker and publican, Foyle Street
Cuthbert, Hugh, boot and shoe maker and grocer, Ferryquay Street
Darcus, Henry, land agent, Great James's Street
Davenport, Edward, tanner and bark merchant, William Street
Devlin, John, skinner and publican, Bridge Street
Devlin, J., publican, Artillery Lane
Devlin, John, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, Foyle Street
Dickson, James, grocer, Bridge Street
Doak, James, cabinet maker, Linenhall Street
Donaghy, John, tavern, Foyle Street
Donaghy, Patrick, City delf, china and glass house, Diamond
Dougal, John, chandler, Bridge Street
Dougherty, Ann, publican, Strand
Dougherty, Charity, hardware and jewellery shop, Shipquay Street
Dougherty, Chas., publican, Abbey Street
Dougherty, Daniel, publican, Cowbog Street
Dougherty, James, publican, Foyle Street
Dougherty, James, grocer and publican, Strand
Dougherty, John, Shipquay Street
Dougherty, John, cutler, Bridge Street
Dougherty, William, wholesale and retail woollen draper, Diamond
Dougherty, William, publican, Shipquay Place
Douglas, James, saddler and harness maker, Foyle Street
Downey, Charlotte, milliner and haberdasher, Ferryquay Street
Duddy, George, oil and colour shop, Ferryquay Street
Duddy, James, publican, Foyle Street
Duffy, James, clothier, Butcher Street
Dugall, George, grocer, Bishop Street
Dugall, James, soap and candle manufacturer, Bridge Street
Dunlop, Hugh, plumber, tin and coppersmith, Richmond Street
Dunlop, John, grocer, Bishop Street
Dunn, Robert, miller, provision dealer and grocer, Waterside
Eakin and Craig, grocers, Butcher Street
Ewing, John, saddler and harness maker, Waterloo Place
Farrel, Thomas, agent for Blackie and Son, Orchard Street
Ferris, Joseph, grocer and emigrant agent, Foyle Street
Ferris, Wm., grocer, publican and baker, Bishop Street
Fisher, Robert, grocer and emigration agent, Foyle Street
Flanaghan, Edward, teacher of dancing, Orchard Street
Fleming, Charles, tailor, Castle Street
Fleming, John, publican and grocer, William Street
Floyd, A., piano forte tuner, Diamond
Forde, Arthur W., railway manager; Queen Street
Forde, Lewis, flax, tow and general commission merchant, Foyle Street
Foster and Co., tanners and bark merchants, Strand
Foster and Co., wholesale grocers and tobacconists, Waterloo Place
Foy, Hugh, coach factory, Meetinghouse Row
Foyle Ropewalk Co., Shipquay Place
Friel, Edward, clothier and broker, Cowbog Street
Friel, Patrick, tailor, Society Street
Friel, Thomas, cabinet maker, Shipquay Street
Friel, Wm., cabinet maker, Society Street
Gallagher, Elizabeth, hotel, Waterside
Gallagher, J., grocer, William Street
Gallagher, John, butcher, Linenhall Street
Gallagher, Mary, publican, Butcher Street
Gallagher, Patrick, furniture mart, Bishop Street
Gallagher, Patk., butcher, Richmond Street
Gallagher, Rebecca, Hibernian Tavern, Ship Quay
Gallagher, William, publican, Shipquay Street
Gardner, Wm., commission and tea merchant, Foyle Street
Gaston, the Misses, ladies' school, Butcher Street
Gilkey, John, cabinet maker, Bishop Street
Gill, Mrs., milliner and dress maker, Diamond
Gillespie, Jas., pawn broker, Bridge Street
Gillespie, Loughlin, spirit dealer, Bishop Street
Gilliland, Edward, saddler & harness maker, Diamond
Gilliland, Martha, milliner, Shipquay Street
Gilliland, Samuel, flour miller, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, Bishop Street
Gilmour, James, & Co., wholesale haberdashers, Artillery Lane
Gilmour, John R., veterinary surgeon, Bishop Street
Gilmour, Patrick, flax and general corn merchant, Foyle Street
Glen, Mrs., ladies' school, Saint Columb's Court
Gorman, Mathew, skinner, Bridge Street
Gourlay, Wm., publican, Diamond
Graham & McCrea, wholesale grocers, Ferryquay Street
Graham, John, grocer, Bridge Street
Green, Adam, baker, Bridge Street
Green, George, steam-boat agent, Foyle Street
Green, John, publican, Orchard Street
Greenslead, Adam, iron monger, Waterloo Place
Greenslead, Wm., hardware merchant and nailer, Cowbog Street
Greer, Benjamin, Imperial Hotel, Bishop Street
Greer, James, family grocer, tobacco and snuff manufacturer, Ferryquay Street
Gresham, James, baker, Ferryquay Street
Gribben, James, tobacco and snuff shop, Ferryquay Street
Griffin, Wm., gun maker, Ferryquay Street
Hagan, Daniel, publican, Linenhall Street
Hamilton, David, wholesale grocer, oil and colour merchant, Shipquay Place
Hamilton, Jane Ann, ladies' boarding school, Mall Wall
Hamilton, John, hardware merchant, Waterloo Place
Hamilton, M., grocer, Bishop Street
Hamilton, Robt., haberdasher, Bishop Street
Hamilton, Robert, grocer and general merchant, Foyle Street
Handcock, Danl., merchant and agent for Atlas Fire and Life Assurance Co., Strand
Handcock, John, grocer and clerk to butter market, Bridge Street
Hanlon, Margt., haberdasher, Ferryquay Street
Hannigan, Dennis, pawn broker, Bishop Street
Harkness, James, grocer, Foyle Street
Hart, Henry, clothes broker, Cowbog Street
Harvey, Matilda, wine store, Magazine Street
Hegarty, Ann, Foyle Tavern, Foyle Street
Hegarty, James, woollen draper and haberdasher, Bishop Street
Heggarty, Thomas, provision shop, William Street
Heming, F. H., proprietor of tolls on Derry Bridge
Hempton, John, book seller, stationer and piano forte agent, Diamond
Hempton, Matthew, book seller, printer and stationer, Ferryquay Street
Henderson & Dunn, wholesale grocers, Shipquay Place
Henry, Andrew, delf, glass and provision shop, Waterside
Hislop, Mrs. and Miss, ladies' school, Bishop Street
Hoffmeyer, Bernard, German clock maker, Diamond
Holt, Jas., grocer & publican, Bishop Street
Hughes, George, military boot maker, Ferryquay Street
Hughes, John, chandler, Bishop Street
Hunter, John, woollen hall, Diamond
Hunter, Mrs., dress maker, Artillery Lane
Hyndman, Samuel, hardware merchant, Diamond
Irvine, Pechell, wholesale grocer, Linenhall Street
Jackson, Thomas, grocer and leather dealer, Ferryquay Street
Johnston, James, city brewery, Magazine Street
Johnston, the Misses, boarding and day seminary, Great James's Street
Kearney, Daniel, publican and grocer, William Street
Kelly, Edwin, publican, Bridge Street
Kelly, John, slate and salt dealer, Foyle Street
Kelly, Oliver, family grocer, Waterside
Kelly, Thomas, publican and grocer, Bishop Street
Kennedy and Henry, haberdashers, Bishop Street
Kerr, John, saddler, Diamond
Kirkpatrick, James, spade manufacturer, Kildrum, store, Bishop Street
Kyle, John C., family grocer, Shipquay Street
Laughlin, Samuel, baker and grocer, Bishop Street
Laughlin, Samuel, baker and grocer, Waterloo Place
Leathem, John and Co., spinning factory, Foyle Street
Leathem, John G., teacher, Mall Wall
Leitch, Ann, milliner, Ferryquay Street
Linch, Edward, grocer and publican
Lindsay, Alex., Son & Co., wholesale and retail woollen drapers and silk mercers, Bishop Street
Lindsay, Mary, proprietress of lime works, Waterside
Lindsay & Little, haberdashers and drapers, Bishop Street
Little, John, and Co., hardware merchants, Waterloo Place
Lloyd, M., general agency office, London Street
Logue, Mary, grocer and publican, Bishop Street
Lyon, John, steamboat agent, Foyle Street
Mackay, J. T., agent for Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation
Macpherson, F., block maker, Shipquay
Magowan, William, baker and grocer, Ferryquay Street
Mailley, John, butcher, Linenhall Street
Manson, ∆neas, publican, Foyle Street
Martin, Hugh, publican, Bridge Street
Mathewson, John, grocer, iron and salt dealer, Waterside
Mehan, James, hair dresser, Bridge Street
Mehan, John, Waterside & Innishowen distilleries
Methueris, Jas., herring store, Waterside
Menan, James, wine and spirit store, Foyle Street
Millar, David, tailor, Society Street
Miles, Thomas, grocer, Waterloo Place
Milligan, Samuel, printer, Diamond
Milligan, Samuel, Queen's Arms Inn, Market Street
Minniece, James, watch maker, Market Street
Molseed, Ann, publican, Bishop Street
Montgomery, John, whitesmith, Great James Street
Mooney, Wm., flour and meal store, Foyle Street
Moran, Mary, milliner, Diamond
Morrison, Samuel, ship broker, Middle Quay
Mulholland, Wm., wholesale and retail woollen and linen draper and haberdasher, Bishop Street
Mullan, James, grocer and publican, Great James Street
Mullan, William, book seller and stationer, Shipquay Street
Munn, John, flax spinner and general merchant, Foyle Street
Murphy, Francis, publican, Shipquay Place
Murray, John, Agricultural Inn, grocery and delf shop, Bishop Street
McAdam, Wm., corn factor and grocer, Butcher Street
McAdoo, John, family grocer, Shipquay Street
McArthur, Wm., and Co., wholesale woollen, linen and Manchester House, Ferryquay Street
McAuley, John, & Co., confectioners, Bishop Street
McAvoy, Dennis, pipe manufacturer, Fahan Street
McBride, James, flax merchant, Foyle Street
McBride, Patrick, grocer and publican, William Street
McCandless, William, tanner and leather cutter, Diamond
McCarter, Geo., leather house, Foyle Street
McCarter, Mr., builder, Foyle Street
McCarter, Thos., printer & publisher, Pump Street
McCarter, William, leather dealer, Waterside
McCausland, Frederick, wine merchant and agent for Guardian Assurance Company, Richmond Street
McCausland, John, butcher, Butcher Street
McCausland, Patrick, butcher, Ferryquay Street
McCay, Archibald, hair dresser, Richmond Street
McClean, Isabella, haberdasher, Butcher Street
McClelland, James, family grocer, oil and colour merchant, Diamond
McClelland, Mathew, builder and architect; agent for Garnkirk Coal Company, Orchard Street
McCloskey, Jno., pawn broker, New Gate
McCloskey, Joseph, clothes broker, Cowbog Street
McClure, James, & Co., coach factory, Foyle Street
McColley, Mrs., proprietress of tanyard, Long Tower; residence, Bridge Street
McColley, Wm., book seller and stationer, Diamond
McConlan, Catherine, clothes broker, Cowbog Street
McCord, Charles, painter and glazier, Shipquay Place
McCorkell, William, and Co., timber merchants, Strand
McCormick, Alexander, Commercial Hotel, Shipquay Place
McCormick, John, merchant tailor, Ferryquay Street
McCormick, Wm., publican, Foyle Street
McCrea, James, general merchant, Foyle Street
McCulley, Mr., delf, china and glass warehouse, Diamond
McDade, B., butcher, Bridge Street
McDermott, John, clothes broker, Cowbog Street
McDermott, R., tailor, Richmond Street
McDivett, Edward, lodging house, Bridge Street
McDonagh, Ann, green grocer, Richmond Street
McFeeley, Bernard, grocer & publican, William Street
McFeeley, Michael, grocer & publican, Foyle Street
McFeeley, Philip, grocer and publican, Ferryquay Street
McGee, George, grocer, Bishop Street
McGihon, Edwd., pilot, Magazine Street
McGinley, Patrick, clothier & draper, Shipquay Street
McGovern, Phillip, City Hotel, Foyle Street
McGra, B., Ship Tavern, Middle Quay
McIlwee, J., publican, Bishop Street
McIlwee, Wm., carpenter and builder, Foyle Street and Bishop Street
McIntyre, Archd., tavern, Foyle Street
McIntyre, Edward, woollen draper, Butcher Street
McIntyre, Phillip, publican, Waterside
McIver, Hugh, grocer, spirit dealer and clothes broker, Cowbog Street
McLaughlin, James, book binder and stationer, Castle Street
McLaughlin, James, grocer and publican, Fahan Street
McLaughlin, John, provision shop, Waterside
McLaughlin, John, boot maker, Linenhall Street
McLaughlin, John, cork cutter, Butcher Street
McLaughlin, Margt., milliner, Butcher Street
McLaughlin, Sarah, confectioner, Ferryquay Street
McLaughlin, S., publican, Foyle Street
McMenemy, Wm., publican & grocer, Foyle Street
McMonagh, Patrick, proprietor of Moville Vans
McMonagle, Patrick, baker, Bishop Street
McMunn, John, City Spinning Mills, Queen Street
McMurray, William, auctioneer, appraiser and haberdasher, Butcher Street
McNeely, James S., general grocer, Ferryquay Street
McNeely, John, silk mercer and haberdasher, Bishop Street
McPeake, James, tavern, Foyle Street
McQuilken, Samuel, boarding and day school, Mall Wall
McReynolds, S., grocer, Foyle Street
McVicar, Robert and Alexander, merchant tailors, Diamond
Nash, William, house furnishing warehouse, Butcher Street
Neills and Minniece, watch makers, jewellers and opticians, Shipquay Street
Nelis, James H., book seller, binder and stationer, Ferryquay Street
Nolan, The Misses, ladies' boarding and day school, Linenhall Street
Nugent, Margaret, publican, Foyle Street
O'Donnell, M., clothes broker, Cowbog Street
O'Donnell, Rooney, baker, Butcher Street
O'Donnell, Thomas, grocer and provision store, Cowbog Street
O'Flagherty, James, publican, William Street
O'Flynn, John, publican, Bridge Street
O'Kane, Patrick, publican, Strand
O'Kane, Patrick, Foyle Street
O'Neill, Francis, book seller and stationer, Foyle Street
O'Neill, Henry, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, Butcher Street
O'Neill, John, and Co., general merchants and agents for the Royal Assurance Company, Foyle Street
O'Neill, William, publican and shoe maker, Bridge Street
Orr, James, and Co., ship brokers, Shipquay Place
Orr, James, assistant to county surveyor, Bridge Street
Osborne, Allen, and Co., general merchants, Sackville Street
Osborne and Patton, family grocers and Italian warehouse, Shipquay Street
Osborne, The Misses, ladies' school, William Street
Osborne, William, grocer and publican, Bishop Street
Patterson, William, and Co., family grocers, Ferryquay Street
Patteson, B., woollen, linen, hat and room-paper warehouse, Ferryquay Street
Pegley, Samuel, painter and glazier, Richmond Street
Pearson, James, printer, Bridge Street
Phillips, James, publican, Bridge Street
Pinkerton, John, baker and grocer, Waterside
Pollock, Margaret, boarding house, East Wall
Porter, David, and Co., tobacco and snuff manufacturers, Magazine Street
Porter, James, egg and butter merchant, Bishop Street
Porter, John (of the firm of Watt and Co.), Shipquay Street
Power, J., horse shoer and farrier, Bishop Street
Pressdee, Joseph, tin and coppersmith, Ferryquay Street
Quigley, Geo., publican, Fahan Street
Quigley, T., publican and tailor, Castle Street
Rankin, Mrs., milliner and dress maker, Sackville Street
Reavy, Hugh, grocer and publican, Cowbog Street
Reid, Irvine, & Co., wholesale grocers, Richmond and Linenhall Street
Reid, James, nursery and seedsman, Bishop Street
Ritchie, John, shirt factory, Foyle Street
Robinson, John H., shirt factory, Foyle Street
Robinson, Samuel, publican & grocer, Cowbog Street
Roddy, Michael, George and Dragon Inn, Society Street
Rodgers, Charles, wine and spirit store and billiard room, Foyle Street
Rodgers, Francis, gun maker and fishing tackle warehouse, Bridge Street
Rodgers, John, publican and boarding house, Shipquay Street
Ross, Robert, grocer, Castle Gate
Roulston, Alexander, ship owner and general merchant, Middle Quay
Roulston, Martha, registry office for servants, Linenhall Street
Rowan, Wm., ginger beer maker, Artillery Lane
Russel, Jas., grain merchant, Foyle Street
Sawers, Wm., china and glass warehouse, Bishop Street
Shannon, James, painter, Orchard Street
Sharmon, Elizabeth, Neptune Hotel, Ship Quay
Shaw, Sarah, haberdasher, Bishop Street
Sheil, Rose, woollen draper, Diamond
Sherrard, Jas., grocer, leather dealer, etc., Bishop Street
Sherwood, Wm., publican, keeper of billiard table, racket court, shooting gallery, etc., Bridge Street
Silo, Andw., carver & gilder, Pump Street
Simpson, Wm. and Robert, classical and mathematical seminary, Society Street
Skipton, Pitt, general agent, West of England Fire and Life Assurance office, Foyle Street
Smith, Jeremiah, builder, East Wall
Smith, Richard, auctioneer, valuator and stationer, Ferryquay Street
Smith, Samuel, flax merchants, Shipquay Gate
Smith and Osborne, agents for Imperial Fire and Imperial Life Assurance Company, Sackville Street
Smyth, Frederick, upholsterer and valuator, Society Street
Smyth, John A., and Co., general merchants & agents for Lloyds, Waterloo Place
Smyth, Wm. D., grain store, North Quay
Smyth and Co., W. D., millers, general merchants, Waterloo Place
Staines, Robt., jun., Government emigration agent, Custom House
Steen, Thomas, bread & biscuit baker and family grocer, Ferryquay Street
Stevenson, David, baker and confectioner, Diamond and Rossville Street
Stevenson, Hugh, bread and biscuit baker, William Street and Waterloo Place
Stevenson, John, grocer and publican, Waterside
Stewart, Henry, boot and shoe maker, Ferryquay Street
Stilley, Andrew, baker, Diamond
Stirling, John, marble & stone works, Foyle Street
Stirling, Patrick, painter & glazier, Bridge Street
Stirling, Wm., plate glass warehouse, painter, glazier, etc., Artillery Lane
Swan, Moses, grocer, Bishop Street
Sweeney, John, grocer, Bishop Street
Thompson, James, soap and candle manufacturer, Ferryquay Street
Thompson, James, general merchant, Foyle Street
Thompson and Crawford, wholesale grocers, etc., Waterloo Place
Tillie and Henderson, shirt factory, Foyle Street
Todd, John, grocer, Fahan Street
Toland, John, publican and grocer, Foyle Street
Toy, Daniel, publican, boot and shoe maker, Butcher Street
Toy, E., publican, Strand
Waddy, Edwd., publican, Middle Quay
Walker, Geo., salt and lime works, Foyle Street
Walker, Henry, seed merchant, Diamond
Wallace, Thomas, flax merchant, Shipquay Street
Watson, Anne, ladies' boarding school, Bishop Street
Watson, Daniel, hair dresser, Shipquay Place
Watt and Co., distillery, Abbey Street
Watt and Co., wine and spirit store, Shipquay Street
Watt, Rebecca, haberdasher, Diamond
Watt, Robt., rope maker, Shipquay Street
Watters, George, auctioneer and general commission agent, Shipquay Street
Williams, Joseph, watch maker, Shipquay Street
Williams, Wm. John, gasfitter, etc., Foyle Street
Wilson, J. and R., corn and general merchants and agents for Standard Life Assurance Company, Foyle Street
Wilson, William, Ulster Arms Hotel, Foyle Street
Wylie, William A., general grocer, Bishop Street
Young and Nichol, Mesdames, ladies' seminary, Bishop Street
Young, Charles, general iron merchant, Foyle Street
Young, Thos., coach factory, Foyle Street

Lurgan

Post Office - Main Street, William B. Morris, postmaster
Courthouse - Church Square, Jane Ferguson, keeper
Bridewell - William Street, William Neill, keeper
Union Workhouse - William Bullick, master; Harriet McCloskie, mistress, clerk and returning officer, Thomas Pentland
Constabulary Station - Neal McCarron, head constable
Dispensary - Main Street, Robert S. Hanny, surgeon
Stamp Office - Main Street, W. B. Morris, sub-distributor
Banks - Belfast Banking Company, Main Street; Henry Greer, agent, Northern Banking Company, Main Street; Thomas Hall, manager, Ulster Banking Company, Main Street; Thomas Ringland, manager
Railway Station - lower end of William Street, John Wilkinson, head clerk
Gas Works - William Street, Patrick Cosgrove, manager
Parish Church - Rev. Thomas Knox, rector; Revs. W. P. Oulton and Charles Falloon, curates
Presbyterian Church - Main Street, Rev. Thomas Millar, minister
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - Main Street, Rev. James Hughes, superintendent and Rev. R. G. Cather, A.M.
Primitive Methodist Chapel - Castle Lane, William Craig, minister
Methodist (New Connection) Chapel - Ballyblough, Rev. John Service
Friends' Meetinghouse - Ballyblough
Roman Catholic Chapel - Back lane, Rev. William O'Brien, parish priest; Rev. James Denvir, curate
Mechanics' Institute - Dr. Hanny, president; Mat. Wells, vice-president; William Brennian, treasurer; Joseph Matthews, librarian
Lurgan Literary Institute - Dr. Maclaughlin, president; Edward Armstrong, treasurer; Surgeon Shaw, secretary
Public Subscription Library - in News-room, P. Carroll, librarian
Reading Room - over Market House, D. Shaw, secretary
Friendly Society - established 1845, Rev. Thos. Knox, president; Rev. W. P. Oulton and Rev. T. Millar, trustees; James Armstrong, treasurer; Patrick Carroll, secretary

Nobility, Gentry, etc.
Boyd, Joseph Hall, Church Square
Boyd, Mrs. M., Main Street
Cuppage, John, J.P., official surrogate, Main Street
Cuppage, Thomas, Silverwood
Douglass, Charles, D.L., J.P., Gracehall
Fleming, James, Main Street
Forde, Francis, Raughlin
Greer, George, J.P., Woodvale
Greer, Henry, Back lane
Hancock, John, J.P.
Hazlett, Miss D., Church Square or Mall
Lurgan, Right Hon. Lord, Brownlow House
Mercer, Henry, Laurel Vale
Macoun, John, Kilmore
Macoun, John, Moyraverty
Overend, Miss, Mall
Stevenson, Thomas, Clanrolla
Turtle, James, Tanaghmore Lodge
Waring, Thomas, Waringfield
Watson, Francis, Lakeview
Watson, Hugh, Beechpark

Clergy and Professional
Bell, Robert, surgeon, Main Street
Cather, Rev. R. G.
Craig, Rev. Wm.
Denvir, Rev. Jas., C.C., Chapel House
Faloon, Rev. Chas., Armsborough House
Gilbert, Jonathan, surgeon and apothecary, Church Square
Girdwood, Wm., attorney, Main Street
Greer, Henry, attorney, Main Street
Hanny, R. Strickland, surgeon, Main Street
Hazlett, John, attorney, Mall
Hughes, Rev. James
Knox, Rev. Thomas, Glebe House
McLaughlin, W. R., surgeon and apothecary, Main Street
McMaster, Charles, surgeon and apothecary, Main Street
Miller, Rev. Thomas
Morris, Robert, attorney, Main Street
O'Brien, Rev. Wm., P.P., Chapel House
Oulton, Rev. Wm. P., deputy surrogate, Main Street
Rodger, Samuel, surgeon, Church Square
Service, Rev. John, Ballyblough
Shaw, Wm., surgeon and apothecary, Main Street

Traders, etc.
Alderdice, Wm., builder, William Street
Anderson, James, insurance agent, etc.
Anderson, John, seedsman, Main Street
Anderson, Wm., wheelwright & cart maker, Bridewell Place
Anderson, Wm., cabinet maker, Back lane
Armstrong, Robert, grocer, provision dealer and ironmonger, Main Street
Armstrong, W., and Son, grocers, timber merchants, woollen drapers and ironmongers, Main Street
Bell, J. and T., and Co., linen manufacturers, Bellview
Berwick, Hanes, baker, Ballyblough
Bingham, Clements, shoe maker, Watson's Row
Black, John, boot & shoe maker, Mall
Black, Jonathan, publican and confectioner, Main Street
Blaney, James, publican, Mall
Brown, Mr., publican, Main Street
Burns, Charles, publican, Mall
Burns, Ellen, publican, Middle Row
Burns, Robert, tailor, Back lane
Byrne, Eleanor, grocer, Mall
Byrne, Ellen, publican, Church Square
Byrne, Ellen, tallow chandler, Middle Row
Caddel, Samuel, publican, Pond River
Campbell, John, corn merchant, Main Street
Campbell, Jn., publican, Watson's Row
Camphill, J. ∆., leather seller, Main Street
Capper, John, linen yarn merchant, Main Street
Carmichael, Marmion, reed maker, Ballyblough
Chapman, John, blacksmith, Main Street
Chapman, John, wheelwright and cart maker, Main Street
Cherry, Andrew, jeweller, watch and clock maker, Main Street
Cherry, Jos., cabinet maker, Main Street
Cherry, Samuel, publican, Main Street
Colvan, Henry, builder, Castle Lane
Colvan, James, carpenter, Back lane
Conley, John, publican, Middle Row
Cooey, James, butter merchant
Cooey, Mary, dress maker, Main Street
Cooper, John, shuttle & temple maker, Main Street
Cooper, Mary, stay maker, Main Street
Cooper, Robert, publican, Main Street
Corry, James, grocer, Main Street
Coun, Joseph, grocer and provision dealer, Main Street
Dickie, Wm., blacksmith, Main Street
Donnelly, Arthur, provision dealer, Main Street
Donnelly, Arthur, grocer and spirit dealer, Mall
Donnelly, Wm., carpenter, Main Street
Doran, John, tailor, Castle Lane
Dougan, James, replevinger for county Armagh
Douglas, G. D., linen manufacturer, Main Street
Douglas, John, publican, Main Street
Douglas, John, linen manufacturer, Main Street
Downie, John, blacksmith, Main Street
Duffy, James, baker, Castle Lane

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Elliott, John, linen yarn merchant, Mall
Ellis, William, publican, Mall
Emerson, John, publican, Pond River
Emerson, Thomas, publican, Church Square
Evans, R. J., printer and stationer
Faloon, John, earthenware dealer, tallow chandler & grocer, Main Street
Faloon, Mary, publican, Castle Lane
French, John, tinsmith, Main Street
Fullerton, Edward, publican, Main Street
Gaddis, Andrew, publican, Main Street
Gaffrey, Peter, tailor, Main Street
Gallagher, Mr., blacksmith, Main Street
Gaskin, John, publican, Main Street
Gilbert, John, grocer and earthenware dealer, Main Street
Gilbert, John, linen manufacturer, Main Street
Gilbert, Thomas, grocer and provision dealer, Main Street
Gray, James, baker and confectioner, Main Street
Greer, Saml., inspector of weights, etc.
Greer, W. and F., corn merchants, millers and distillers, Woodvale
Halfpenny, Hugh, tinsmith, Castle Lane
Hamilton, Jas., butcher, Ballyblough
Hannay, R. S., surgeon and apothecary, Main Street
Harbinson, W., publican, Middle Row
Harper, James, cabinet maker, Main Street
Hazleton, John, pawn broker, Main Street
Henry, James, saddler, Main Street
Higgins, William, woollen draper and haberdasher, Main Street
Hughes, Samuel, tailor, Main Street
Hunter, A., linen manufacturer
Hussian, Patk., blacksmith, Church Square
Irvin, Robert, hotel keeper, Brownlow Arms
Johnston, Edward, cabinet maker, Main Street
Johnston, John, brewer, tobacco and snuff manufacturer, Main Street
Johnston, Lucinda, dress maker, William Street
Kennedy, James, baker and grocer, Main Street
Kero, A. T., tallow chandler, Main Street
Kinkead, E., haberdasher, milliner and dress maker, Main Street
Langtry, Eliza, bonnet maker, Main Street
Lavery, Charles, publican, Pond River
Lavery, Hugh, publican, Ballyblough
Lavery, Thomas, linen manufacturer, Ballyblough
Lear, William, insurance agent, auctioneer and surveyor, etc.
Lockhart, George, linen manufacturer
Lockhart, J. and H., linen yarn merchants and manufacturers, Main Street
Macoun, Wm., linen yarn merchant and manufacturer, Main Street
Magee, Charles, butcher, Main Street
Magee, Charles, publican, Main Street
Maginnis, Catherine, earthenware dealer, Mall
Malcolm, James, linen manufacturer, Main Street
Mathews, Wm., baker, Main Street
May, George, watch and clock maker, Main Street
Mercer, Henry, publican
Mercer, Sinton, butcher, Ballyblough
Midgely, J., reed maker, Ballyblough
Montgomery, Wm., wheelwright and cart maker, Main Street
Moore, Dunlop, tavern keeper, Main Street
Moore, Dunlop, saddler and pawn broker, Main Street
Mullan, Jn., earthenware dealer, Mall
Mullan, John, tinsmith, Main Street
Murchie, Archd., tailor, Middle Row
Murphy, Joseph, linen yarn merchant, Main Street
Murray, Wm., publican, Main Street
Murray, Wm., butter merchant
McCabe, Henry, spirit dealer, Back lane
McCannon, M., stay maker
McCaul, Charles, plumber
McClooney, Jas., publican, Church Square
McClure, Wm., grocer, Main Street
McComb, John, publican, Middle Row
McConnell, Wm., publican, Main Street
McCorry, James, provision merchant
McCorry, James, tallow chandler, Mall
McCorry, John, publican, Main Street
McCorry, John, publican, Main Street
McDonnell, E., bonnet maker, Main Street
McGeown, John, publican, Pond River
McGeown, Patrick, carpenter, Church Lane
McGeown, Patk., publican, Church Square
McGinn, Elizabeth, dress maker, Castle Lane
McGivern, Mary, publican, Main Street
McHaffey, James, shoe maker, Main Street
McKee, Mr., leather seller, Main Street
McKeown, Hugh, grocer and leather seller, Main Street
McKeown, H., publican, Church Square
McKeown, Hugh, jun., grocer, Mall
McKernan, Hugh, butcher, Main Street
McKernan, Hugh, jun., butcher, Main Street
McKernan, Richard, butcher, Main Street
McLinden, Arthur, publican, Middle Row
McNally, M., bonnet maker, Ballyblough
McRory, Jane, bonnet maker, Castle Lane
McStea, John, publican, Main Street
McWhinney, Jn., blacksmith, Main Street
Neill, Wm., inspector of butter and pork market
Nicholson, Robert, grocer, Mall
Nicholson, Robt., publican, Church Square
Nicholson, Thomas, grocer and provision dealer, Main Street
O'Hara, Francis, publican, Ballyblough
Paul & Co., woollen drapers & haberdashers, Main Street
Pelan, James, builder and timber merchant, Main Street
Reilly, Henry W., book seller and registrar of marriages
Reilly, Patrick, butcher, Ballyblough
Ringland, Thomas, insurance agent
Robinson, John, painter and glazier, Main Street
Rogers, Saml., surgeon & apothecary
Roney, John, tallow chandler, Main Street
Ross, Wm., publican, Ballyblough
Ross, John, linen yarn merchant, Main Street
Ruddell, George, butcher and saddler, Main Street
Russell, George, grocer, Church Square
Shannon, James, baker, Mall
Smyth, John, publican, Main Street
Smyth, Wm., publican, Main Street
Starkey, Charles, saddler, Main Street
Summerville, Samuel, publican, Castle Lane
Taaffe, Wm., cabinet maker, Main Street
Taylor, Elizabeth, dress maker, Main Street
Taylor, Jonathan, shuttle maker, Main Street
Thompson, John, reed maker, Church Square
Thompson, Thos., reed maker, Church Square
Vance, John, Star Inn
Vance, Joseph, tailor, Castle Lane
Waite, John, publican, Main Street
Watson, Armstrong, & Co., linen manufacturers, Main Street
Watson, Robt., and Sons, linen manufacturers
Wells, Matthew, linen manufacturer
White, Samuel, shuttle maker, Ballyblough
Wills, M., haberdasher and pawn broker, Main Street
Wilson, Joseph, and Co., linen yarn merchants, Church Square
Wilson, Joseph, linen manufacturer
Wright, Charles, publican, Main Street
Young, James, painter and glazier, Main Street
Young, S. and W., grocers, Main Street
Young, S. and W., publicans, Castle Lane

Maghera

Post Office - M. Thompson, postmistress
Carriers - Thomas Taylor and John McNichol, J. Taylor and Robert Campbell
Market and Sessions House
Constabulary Station -
John Wilson, head constable
Excise Office - James Collier, officer
Sub-distributor of Stamps - Margaret Thompson
Dispensary - Dr. Robert Barr
Parish Church - Rev. S. Knox, rector; Rev. Elias J. Stubbs, curate
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Thomas Witherow, minister
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. James Donnelly, P.P.; Revs. J. Donnelly and Michael McGeogeghan, curates
Church Educational Society's School - H. McHenry, teacher
Maghera National School - Michael McKenna, teacher
Tullyheron National School - Patricia Shiels, teacher

Nobility and Gentry
Clarke, Alexander, Upperlands
Clarke, James J., Lurgantocher
Henderson, Clotworthy, Tubbermore
Mauleverer, B., Tanneymullen
Mee, John, Music Hall
Stevenson, John, Fortwilliam
Torrens, Hon. Judge, Derrynoid

Clergy and Professional
Barr, Robert, surgeon
Brown, Rev. Wm., Blackhill
Cassiday, John B., surgeon
Carson, Rev. Robert, Solitude
Collins, Rev. James, Moninenea
Donnelly, Rev. James, Ballynock
Hamilton, Rev. Richard, Killelagh
Hamilton, Rev. Mr., Kilcronoghan
Henry, Alexander, solicitor
Kennedy, Rev. Charles
Knox, Rev. J. Spencer
McCullagh, David G., surgeon
McKenna, Rev. James, Tennoneeny
McNamee, Rev. James, Whitewater
Mason, Rev. John, Knockeloghrin
Montgomery, Rev. S. L., Ballymascreen
Mooney, Rev. Daniel, Lavey
O'Loughlin, Rev. P., Ballinascreen
Smyth, Rev. Samuel, Sixtowns
Stubbs, Rev. Elias
Torrens, Rev. Robert, Gortade
Witherow, Rev. Thomas
Wright, Rev. James, Sixtowns

Traders, etc.
Ballagh, John, linen manufacturer
Barkley, James, woollen draper
Barr, Rose, toy warehouse
Begley, Bernard, nailer
Brown, Hugh, shoe maker
Cassiday, Hugh, coach builder
Cassiday, Mary, grocer
Clarke, John, shoe maker
Clarke, Robert, shoe maker
Clark, Messrs., linen manufacturers
Clark, Wm., linen manufacturer
Connor, John, carpenter
Connor, John, flax merchant
Crockett, James, publican
Daly, Patrick, tailor
Davidson, Mr., sewed muslin agent
Dempsey, Patrick, grocer and earthenware dealer
Dickson, E. and M., haberdashers
Donaghey, John, flax merchant
Flanigan, Michael, publican
Gamble, James, carpenter
Greer, James, whitesmith
Greer, James, grocer
Gregg, James, carpenter
Gregg, Sarah, dress maker

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Hamilton, Allan, sewed muslin agent
Hannah, John, book binder
Harkin, John, grocer and earthenware dealer
Harkin, Mary, publican
Hasson, Arthur, painter
Henry, John, carpenter
Henry, George, publican
Higginson, Alexander, carpenter
Hill, Jane, bonnet maker
Hill, Neill, sewed muslin agent
Hughes, James, shoe maker
Hughes, James, chandler
Irwine, James, tailor
Jenkins, Joseph, Maghera Hotel
Kane, A. and M., dress makers
Kane, Wm., painter
Kane, Wm., cooper
Kelly, Francis, publican
Kelly, John, blacksmith
Kennedy, Henry, tailor
Kerr, Jas., grocer & hardware dealer
Lagan, Michael, publican
Logue, James, nailer
Lytle, James, grocer and leather seller
Lytle, J. & J., grocer & leather sellers
Lytle, Matthew, grocer and hardware merchant
Malone, Bernard, blacksmith
Marks, James, grocer & pawn broker
Martha, George, shoe maker
Mean, Hugh, carpenter
Milling, Thomas, draper
Mitchell, John, shoe maker
Mooney, Edward, Victoria Hotel
Mooney, John, publican
Mullen, James, saddler
McAfee, Rebecca, dress maker
McAteer, John, blacksmith
McClelland, Hugh, baker
McClelland, James, grocer and draper
McCool, Thomas, provision dealer
McCormick, Patrick, publican
McEldowney, Patrick, reed maker
McElhone, Hugh, carpenter
McElone, John, carpenter
McEneeny, John, baker
McGuigan, Charles, tailor
McGuigan, John, shoe maker
McGuigan, Neil, tailor
McGurk, John, shoe maker
McGurk, T. and P., shoe makers
McHenry, James, grocer and earthenware dealer
McKenna, Matthew, publican
McKenna, Patrick, grocer
McKeown, Thomas, watch maker
McKinney, Jane, publican
McLary, Bernard, saddler
McLaughlin, Hugh, blacksmith
McLemon, John, baker
McMillan, H. & J., drapers
McMullin, Catherine, bonnet maker
McRainey, Hugh, provision dealer
Noon, Robert, provision dealer
O'Neill, Charles, turner and glazier
O'Neill, Francis, turner
O'Rorke, John, shoe maker
Pettigrew, Ann, publican
Porter, James, nailer
Rainey, Sarah, bonnet maker
Rowan, Henry, builder
Shannon, James, sewed muslin agent
Stars, James, dealer in cutlery
Stewart, James, blacksmith
Swaney, Patrick, blacksmith
Taylor, Thomas, rag and bone store
Thompson, D. and J., grocers & stationers
Wilson, Robert, millwright
Wilson, Wm., sawyer
York, Henry, provision dealer

Monaghan

Post Office - Diamond, Thos. Wright, postmaster
Carriers - Thos. Brannigan and William Hughes, William Kennedy and Thomas Maguire
Constabulary Station - Glasslough Street, John James Saunderson, county inspector
Court House - Church Square
Excise Office - at the Westenra Arms Hotel, Diamond
Stamp Office - Diamond, John Lewis, sub-distributor
County Gaol - Hill Street, Governor, John Rowland; matron, Jane Lindsay; local inspector, Rev. H. Moffatt
Union Workhouse - Kilnacloy, Master, John Temple; matron, Rebecca Williams; surgeon; Wm. Temple, M.D.; Chaplain, Rev. J. Bleckley, A.M.; school master, John McDonnell; mistress, Mary McDonnell
Infirmary - Registrar, Robert Little; surgeon, Andrew K. Young, M.D.; apothecary, James George Lepper; house keeper, Sally Little
Fever Hospital - Treasurer, R. G. Warren; surgeon, William Temple, M.D.; apothecary, John L. Robinson; house keeper, Jane Blair; head nurse, Mary Goodwin
Dispensary - Mill Street
Banks - Belfast Banking Company, Dublin Street; N. Greer, manager; Ulster Banking Company; R. G. Warren, manager; Savings' Bank, Hill Street; Henry Rogers, manager
Loan Fund Office - Dublin Street
Parish Church - Church Square, Rev. Henry Moffatt
Presbyterian Church - Meetinghouse Square, Rev. John Bleckley, A.M.
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - Market Street, ministers, various
Primitive Methodist Chapel - New Road, ministers various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Francis Maguire
Bible Society's Depository - Diamond, Richard Robinson, depository

Nobility and Gentry
Anketell, Wm., J.P., Anketell Grove
Evatt, James B., J.P., Mount Lewes
Filgate, Fitzherbert, Castleshane
Hamilton, James, J.P., Cornecassa
Hatchell, John, J.P., Bessmount Park
Johnston, H. G., Fort Johnston
Johnston, John, Dublin Street
Johnston, John, J.P., Thornhill
Johnston, W. J., Brookvale
Kirk, Lieutenant William, Coolkill
Lewes, A. G., J.P., Ballyleck
Lucas, Edward, J.P., Castleshane
McCullagh, Thomas, Dunraymond
Mitchell, Henry, Drumreaske
Mitchell, Richard, Hill Street
Mitchell, Samuel, Rosefield
Murray, Andre A., Loughoona
Richardson, Mrs., Poplar Vale
Rossmore, Right Hon. Lord, Rossmore Park
Slate, William, North Street
Waddell, W. C., Lisnavane House
Warren, R. G., Diamond
Whitsitt, Joseph, J.P., Saloo House

Clergy and Professional
Allcock, Rev. A. H., Glasslough Street
Bellew, The Very Rev. Patk., Chapel House
Burnell, Maurice, attorney, notary and registrar for the diocese of Clogher
Bleckley, Rev. John, A.M., Hill Street
Fleming, Alexander, land surveyor, Galena
Hackett, Rev. Cuthbert, Killycorrigan
Jebb, William, proctor, Mill Street
Maguire, Rev. Francis, North Street
Mitchell, John, proctor and deputy clerk of the peace, Hill Street
Mitchell, Richard, jun., attorney, Hill Street
Moffatt, Rev. Henry, Park Street
Mooney, Rev. Thomas, The Hill
Morphy, E. P., attorney, Hill Street
McAlly, Rev. Mathew, Corvoam (Corroam)
McDonnell, Rev. James, North Street
McDowell, John S., M.D., Townview
McDowell, Samuel, M.D., Townview
Murray, Robert, M.D., and county coroner, Beech Hill
McKenna, Rev. Peter, North Street
Nunn, Jeremiah, attorney, Hill Street
Rankin, Rev. John, Drumcaw
Reilly, Thomas, attorney, Hill Street
Robinson, J. L., apothecary, Diamond
Temple, William, M.D., Hill Street
Wright, T. E., attorney, Mill Street
Young, Andrew K., M.D., North Street

Traders, etc.
Adams, Francis, woollen draper, Market Street
Adams, Francis, miller, Mill Street
Baxter, John, watch and clock maker, Market Street
Beckingham, Charles, publican and leather seller, Park Street
Bell, George, tailor, Dublin Street
Blackburn, Edw., publican, Dublin Street
Blakely, Richard, haberdasher, Diamond
Bond, Richard, publican, Dublin Street
Brothers, John, blacksmith, Rooskey
Boylan, Bartholemew, cooper, Glasslough Street
Campbell, E., Stag Hotel, Dublin Street
Campbell, Michl., painter and glazier, Market Street
Carroll, Catherine, publican, Glasslough Street
Carrol, William, whitesmith, Mill Street
Clarke, Jas., leather seller, Dublin Street
Connelly, James, boot and shoe maker, Glasslough Street
Cooper, Mary, bonnet maker, Glasslough Street
Corrigan, Mary, publican, Meeting-house Street
Cummiskey, Patk., butcher, Dublin Street
Cunningham, Mary, grocer, Park Street
Curry, James, Meeting-house Square
Dailey, Owen, Mill Street
Deighan, Peter, publican, Diamond
Donaldson, Jas., nail maker, Rooskey
Donaldson, John, baker, Dublin Street
Duffy, James, boot and shoe maker, High Street
Duffy, James, painter and glazier, High Street
Duffy, John, boot and shoe maker, Rooskey
Duffy, William, nail maker, Market Street
Fallon, Patrick, draper and tailor, Mill Street
Fanning, John, publican, Market Street
Fisher, Elizabeth, dyer, Dublin Street
Fleming, Francis, grocer, Dublin Street
Fleming, Francis, chandler, Dublin Street
Forsythe, S., milliner, Market Street
Foster, M. A., milliner, Market Street
Graham, Francis, painter and glazier, Glasslough Street
Graham, James, nail maker, New Road
Graham, John, flax merchant, Hill Street
Graham, Robt., iron monger, Diamond
Gromley, James, publican, Dublin Street
Hallis, M. A., milliner, Glasslough Street
Hanlon, James, dyer, Market Street

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Hewitt, John, boot and shoe maker, Glasslough Street
Hollis, Robert, painter and glazier, Glasslough Street
Holmes, John, proprietor of Northern Standard and printer, Mill Street
Holmes, Mr., agent, Hill Street
Houston, Henry, publican, Dublin Street
Hughes, George, boot and shoe maker, Glasslough Street
Hughes, M. A., bonnet maker, Glasslough Street
Hughes, Margaret, bonnet maker, Glasslough Street
Hughes, Michael, boot and shoe maker, Glasslough Street
Hunt, James, painter and glazier, Market Street
Irwin, John, publican, Market Street
James, Patrick, blacksmith, Glasslough Street
Jennings, Peter, tailor, Meetinghouse Square
Johnston, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Glasslough Street
Jones, John E., cabinet maker, Mill Street
Keenan, Owen, boot and shoe maker, Mill Street
Keiran, Philip, grocer, Park Street
Kelly, Patrick, baker, Dublin Street
Kelly, Thomas, publican, Market Street
Kenna, John, painter and glazier, Glasslough Street
Kerr, Thomas, cabinet maker, Glasslough Street
Kiernan, Philip, baker, Park Street
Kiernan, Philip, blacksmith, New Road
King, Alex., baker, Dublin Street
Lennon, Henry P., grocer, Mill Street
Lennon, H. P., chandler, Mill Street
Lepper, J. G., apothecary, Diamond
Lewers, John, grocer and ironmonger, Diamond
Little, Robt., woollen draper, Diamond
Lochead, Jas., nail maker, Glasslough Street
Logan, Mary, publican, Glasslough Street
Lyttle, Susan, milliner, Hill Street
Maguire, Patrick, blacksmith, Park Street
Maguire, Patrick, nail maker, Meetinghouse Square
Mahon, Owen, butcher, Dublin Street
Martin, E. and M., bonnet makers, Park Street
Milligan, Edward, grocer and leather dealer, Market Street
Mitchell, John, publican, Market Square
Mitchell, Mr., grocer and leather dealer, Market Street
Mitchell, Robt., saddler, Glasslough Street
Moan, Sarah, publican, Market Street
Moyne, J., woollen draper, Church Street
Murdoch, Samuel, grocer and leather dealer, Glasslough Street
Murdock, Ann, earthenware dealer, Glasslough Street
Murphy, Mathew, tin worker, Dublin Street
Murphy, Michael, publican, Market Street
Murray, John, ironmonger, Church Square
McArdle, Henry, nail maker, Glasslough Street
McArdle, Thomas, tailor, Mill Street
McCanns, Catharine, publican, Dublin Street
McCarren, Andrew, pawn broker, Dublin Street
McCarren, John, grocer, Dublin Street
McCarren, John, baker, Dublin Street
McCarren, John, pawn broker, Meetinghouse Square
McCarren, Wm., publican, Meetinghouse Square
McClelland, John, whitesmith, Meetinghouse Square
McClelland, John, publican, Meetinghouse Square
McConnell, Wm., wheelwright, Park Street
McCormack, John, boot and shoe maker, Glasslough Street
McCormick, John, blacksmith, Park Street
McCosker, John, grocer, Dublin Street
McCoy and Peter, tinplate workers, plumbers and brass founders, Dublin Street
McCrudden, Patrick, baker, Market Street
McCullough, John Peter, timber and coal dealer, Market Street
McCullough, Peter, publican, Market Street
McCullough, Peter, grocer and ironmonger, Market Street
McDonald, Charles, nail maker, Glasslough Street
McDonnell, Randal, tinplate worker, Glasslough Street
McEnally, Bernard, publican, Market Street
McEndow, James, publican, Meetinghouse Square
McEntee, Francis, blacksmith, Park Street
McEntee, Philip, blacksmith, Canal Street
McGee, Mary A., milliner, Dublin Street
McGennis, Wm., grocer & ironmonger, Market Street
McGinnis, James, flax dresser, Market Square
McGinnis, Wm., flax dresser, Market Square
McGinnis, Wm., publican, Market Street
McGlone, Robert, carpenter & turner, Meetinghouse Square
McGronan, Patk., baker, Glasslough Street
McKenna, Jas., publican, Glasslough Street
McKenna, John, boot and shoe maker, Glasslough Street
McKeon, John, butcher, Dublin Street
McKnight, James, woollen draper, Diamond
McManus, Eliza, milliner, Dublin Street
McPhilips, Peter, excise officer and Westenra Arms Hotel, Diamond
McPhillips, Peter, linen merchant, Diamond
McQuaide, Peter, woollen draper, Church Square
Owens, Archd., butcher, Dublin Street
Owens, Mary, milliner, Market Street
O'Hanlon, John, coal dealer, grocer, ironmonger and timber merchant, Diamond
Reilly, Daniel, cooper, Park Street
Richardson, Samuel, baker & grocer, Market Street
Robinson, Joseph, book seller, Diamond
Robinson, Richard, printer, Diamond
Rodgers, Henry, land agent, Hill Street
Rodgers, Henry, Life Assurance office, Hill Street
Ross, J. A., grocer, ironmonger, leather dealer & timber merchant, Church Square
Rush, James, wheelwright, Glasslough Street
Shaw, Thomas, blacksmith, Rooskey
Sheils, John, publican, Market Street
Sherry, Patrick, saddler and publican, Park Street
Skelton, Richard, gunsmith, Market Square
Slevin, John, publican and leather seller, Park Street
Slowey, Chas., baker, Market Street
Slowey, Thomas, publican, leather seller and timber merchant, Meetinghouse Square
Smith, Thomas, baker, Park Street
Smyth, Mathew Michael, publican, Dublin Street
Soraghan, Felix, publican, Park Street
Stewart, John, carpenter, Glasslough Street
Taggart, Edwd., blacksmith, Park Street
Tighe, John, clothes broker, Dublin Street
Turner, Jane, publican, Glasslough Street
Turtle, Isabella, confectioner, Diamond
Vallely, Ellen, milliner, Market Street
Wallace, Samuel, saddler, Market Street
Warner, James, earthenware dealer and grocer, Church Square
Warren, Mr., brewer, Park Street
Watson, Wm., haberdasher, Diamond
Whittle, Robt., pawn broker, Diamond
Wilson, Mary, publican, Dublin Street
Wilson, William, nail maker, Market Street
Woods, John, clothes broker and hosier, Dublin Street
Wright, James, grocer, Glasslough Street
Wright, Robt., miller, Ballynoda Mills

Moneymore

Post Office - High Street, David Ritchie, postmaster
Stamp Office - John Scott, distributor
Northern Banking Company - R. and J. R. Miller, managers
Parish Church - The Hon. and Rev. P. Hewitt, rector
Presbyterian Church - Rev. John Barnett, D.D., minister
Presbyterian Church - Coagh, Rev. R. Holmes, minister
Primitive Methodist Chapel - various ministers
Roman Catholic Chapel
Church Education Society's School
Endowed School -
Andrew Harton, teacher
Infants' School - Mary Carmichael, mistress
Infants' School - Coagh, Sarah Taylor, mistress

Nobility and Gentry
Aikin, John, Coagh
Bryan, Mrs. Mary Ann, Circular Road
Clarke, Miss Mary, Springvale
Conyngham, Lieut.-Col., Springhill
Conyngham, Wm. L., D.L., Springhill
Hamilton, Mrs. Eliza, Coagh
Hewitt, Hon. and Rev. John P., Crossnared
Miller, John R., Moneymore
Miller, Mrs. Mary Ann, Moneymore
Miller, Rowley, J.P., Moneymore
McDonnell, John, Moneymore
Newton, Mrs. Alicia, Coagh
Patchell, John, R.N., Burboy Cottage
Quinn, James, Carndaisey
Quinn, Michael, Monaghan
Smyth, Mrs. Frances, Desartlyn Cottage
Wright, Mrs. Gertrude, Circular Road

Clergy and Professional
Bailie, Rev. Kennedy, S.S., Antred
Blair, Bryce, M.D., Moneymore
Burnett, Rev. J., D.D., Circular Road
Carpendale, Rev. M., Tamlaght Glebe
Evans, Rev. Mr., Silver Hill
Evans, Rev. John, Ballygonney
Henry, Rev. Jos., curate, Moneymore
Herron, Rev. Thomas, Coagh
Herron, Rev. Thomas, Springbank
Holmes, Rev. John, Coagh
Holmes, Rev. Robert, Fairview
Macool, Rev. Thomas, Ballygrooby
Maxwell, Z., surgeon, Moneymore
O'Brien, Rev. Charles, Loop
Ottersin, Michael, surgeon, Moneymore
Patchell, John, surgeon, R.N., Burboy
Quinn, James, C.C., Moneymore
Quinn, Patrick, P.P., Moneymore
Sinclair, Rev. Robert, Rushfield
Thomson, David, surgeon, Moneymore
Usher, Rev. Henry, Ballinderry

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Traders, etc.
Agnew, Alexander, painter and glazier
Agnew, Lindsay, butcher
Akin, James, grocer, Coagh
Allen, David, blacksmith
Banks, Robert, shoe maker
Bell, Edmund, grocer, Coagh
Boyle, James, corn miller
Brown, Hamilton, reed maker
Caldwell, Wm., woollen draper and haberdasher
Campbell, Margaret, grocer
Campbell, Margaret, haberdasher
Cowden, Alex., shoe maker, Coagh
Devlin, Daniel, reed maker, Coagh
Devlin, John, spirit dealer, Killygonlan
Diver, Joseph, clerk of Petty Sessions
Donnelly, Daniel, flax and linen merchant, Cove Lodge
Downing, Wm., linen merchant, Coagh
Duff, Thos., flax spinner, Coagh
Duff, Walter, Conyngham Arms, Coagh
Ferguson, Wm., spirit dealer, Coagh
Galway, John, butcher
Graham, James, blacksmith
Ford, William, shoe maker, Coagh
Hamilton, Thomas, grocer, Coagh
Harbison, Wm., grocer
Magee, Daniel, grocer
Magee, Daniel, tailor
Mellon, Owen, linen manufacturer, Derrychrin
Mewha, James, spirit dealer
Miller, Rowley, agent to the Alliance fire and life insurance company
Mulholland, James, butcher
McClean, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Coagh
McCorry, Robert, Drapers' Arms and livery stables
McEntire, William, publican, Coagh
Pattleton, Richard, grocer
Quin, John, spirit dealer, Ballymurphy
Reid, William, shoe maker
Richey, David, grocer
Richey, Samuel, grocer
Robson, John, spirit dealer
Scott, John, grocer and seed merchant
Scott, John, timber merchant and ironmonger
Scott, John, woollen draper
Sherry, Patrick, shoe maker, Coagh
Simpson, John, grocer
Simpson, John, grocer
Simpson, John, hardware dealer
Sloan, Thomas, linen manufacturer, Ballydawley
Sloss, James, grocer, Coagh
Sloss, James, hardware merchant, Coagh
Sterrett, Margaret, dress maker
Story, Duncan, corn mills, Coagh
Treanor, C., linen manufacturer, Sessia
Underwood, Walter, forrester to the Drapers' Company
Wilson, Archibald, carpenter

Moy and Charlemont

Post Office - Charlemont Square, Moy, Joseph Patterson, postmaster
Constabulary Station - Charlemont Square, James Comsty, head constable
Ordnance Office and Military Station - Charlemont, Gordon Thompson, barrack master and store keeper
Episcopal Church - Moy, Rev. Richard Wrightson, curate
Episcopal Church - Charlemont, Rev. Abraham Nixon, curate
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Thomas Johnston, minister
Independent Chapel - Moy
Primitive Methodist Chapel - Moy, ministers, various
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - Moy, ministers, various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Moy, Rev. Michael Coyne, P.P.; Rev. James Bracelan, curate
Church Society School - Moy, John Jamieson, master
News-Room - Charlemont Square, R. Crothers, M.D., secretary; James Sloan, treasurer

Nobility and Gentry
Bond, Walter M., J.P., Argory
Bradley, Major, Charlemont
Charlemont, Right Hon. Earl of, Roxborough
Eyre, John, J.P., Moydown
Goodlatte, D. R., Salem Lodge
Greer, Joseph, J.P., Grange House
Greer, Misses, Fort
Harper, Thomas H., Gorestown
Heather, Mrs. Anne
Hore, Walter,, J.P., Benburb
Jackson, James E., J.P., Tullydory
Lawson, Mrs. Elizabeth, Charlemont
Lloyd, Jackson, Brookfield
Lloyd, Richard, Tamnamore
McClelland, Mrs. Mary
Molesworth, Mrs. Harriet
Olpherts, Wm., J.P., Dartry Lodge
Rawlings, Mrs. Frances
Richardson, Jas. G., Trew Cottage
Thompson, Gordon, Charlemont
Verner, Lieut. General Sir Wm., M.P., Church Hill

Clergy and Professional
Coyne, Rev. Michael
Crothers, Robt., M.D., Charlemont Square
Davidson, C. C., attorney
Disney, Rev. James, Killyman Glebe
Griffen, Rev. Henry, Clonfeacle Glebe
Hazelton, Rev. Edward
Johnston, Rev. Thomas
King, James, M.D., Charlemont Square
Lawson, Jas. A., attorney, Clover Hill
Montgomery, Rev. James, Benburb
Nixon, Rev. Abraham
Wrightson, Rev. Richard

Traders, etc.
Alderdice, David, grocer, haberdasher, etc., Charlemont
Barry, Robt., carpenter, Charlemont Street
Barry, Robt., grocer, haberdasher and corn merchant, Killyman Street
Bell, Edwd., publican, Killyman Street
Bell, John, watch and clock maker, Charlemont Square
Bennett, Jas., publican, Charlemont
Best, Jas., hotel keeper, Charlemont Square
Brown, Joseph, tailor, Dungannon Street
Byrnes, John, tailor, Charlemont Street
Campbell, John, watch & clock maker, Charlemont Street
Carlisle, Jas., carpenter, Dungannon Street
Carson, Alexander, boot & shoe maker, Charlemont
Carson, Robert, boot and shoe maker and letter carrier, Dungannon Street

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Clarke, John, linen manufacturer, Charlemont
Clarke, Robert, grocer, linen & woollen draper, Charlemont
Conley, Mary Anne, milliner & dress maker, Charlemont Street
Corrigan, Robert, linen manufacturer, Moss Spring
Croan, Robert, linen manufacturer, Derryean
Dailey, Bernard, baker, Killyman Street
Davidson, Ann, straw bonnet maker, Benburb Road
Forrest, Wm., hotel, Charlemont Square
Glenn, Wm., clothier, Charlemont Street
Gray, G. M., pawn broker, Charlemont Street
Heather, John, saddler, Charlemont
Henderson, Wm., grocer, Charlemont
Henry, Jas., blacksmith, Charlemont
Hobson, E., & Co., haberdashers and earthenware merchants, Charlemont Square
Hobson, Wm., haberdasher & earthenware merchant, Charlemont Square
Hughes, Neill, tailor, Charlemont Street
Hughes, Peter, carpenter, Charlemont
Hughes, Thos., publican, Charlemont Street
Hunter, Mr., linen manufacturer and merchant, Drumkee
Johnston, Margaret, leather seller, linen yarn buyer, ironmonger, grocer, linen and woollen draper, Killyman Street
Joyce, Francis W., publican, Charlemont Square
Kearney, Patk., publican, Charlemont
Kingsmill, John, blacksmith, Charlemont
Lemon, Henry, publican, Dungannon Street
Lowry, Jane, publican, Charlemont Square
Louden, Sarah, publican, Charlemont Street
Lutton, Joshua, saddler, Charlemont Square
Martin, Maria, timber, slate, coal merchant & ship owner, Charlemont Street
Miles, Elizabeth, publican, Killyman Street
Moore, Wm., publican, Charlemont Street
Moore, Wm., boot and shoe maker, Charlemont
Moreland, Eliza, grocer, Charlemont
McClinton, Samuel, linen yarn buyer, linen and woollen draper and grocer, Charlemont Street
McCourt, Sarah, milliner and dress maker, Charlemont Street
McKell, Samuel, leather seller, baker and grocer, Charlemont Street
McKell, Thomas, leather seller, baker and chandler, Dungannon Street
McKeown, Alex., boot and shoe maker, Charlemont Street
McKeown, Ellen, milliner and dress maker, Dungannon Street
McKeown, Wm., corn merchant, Dungannon Street
McMullin, John, blacksmith, Charlemont Street
McNeice, Thos., carpenter, Killyman Street
Neely, Margaret, dress maker, Charlemont Street
Nelson, John, blacksmith, Killyman Street
Orr, James, publican, Charlemont
O'Neill, Daniel, wood turner, Killyman Street
Patterson, Joseph, baker, grocer, postmaster, linen yarn and woollen draper, corn merchant, hotel, etc., Charlemont Square
Peebles, Nathaniel, boot and shoe maker, Charlemont Street
Reid, James, carpenter, Charlemont
Reid, Wm., haberdasher, Charlemont Square
Rolston, James, linen manufacturer, Aughinlig
Sheils, John, boot and shoe maker, Dungannon Street
Sheppard, John, reed maker, Charlemont Street
Sloan, James, grocer, linen and woollen draper, ironmonger and ship owner, Charlemont Street
Smart, E. & M., & Co., haberdashers, milliners and dress makers, Charlemont Square
Taylor, George, publican, Charlemont
Tomney, Francis, reed maker, Dungannon Street
Tomney, J., publican, Killyman Street
Tomney, J., reed maker, Killyman Street
Walker, John, publican, Charlemont
Warburton, P., publican, Charlemont
Watson, Robert, wood turner, Killyman Street
Woods, Susan, publican, Charlemont
Young, Francis, grocer, Charlemont

   
 
 

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