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AIKIN/AITKIN 

1861 
Ballymoney 
Aikin, Margaret, Straw bonnet maker, Main Street 

and in Slaters for 1846

ARMSTRONG 

1910 
Limehill Street 
20. Armstrong, T., rougher 

1918 
Limehill Street 
20. Armstrong, Mrs. Cthne. 

1923 
Limehill Street 
20. Armstrong, Mrs. Cthne. 

1925/30/31 
Limehill Street 
20. Armstrong, Mrs. Cthne.

ANDREWS 

1907 
Andrews, J., carpenter, 28 Parkmount Street 
Andrews, J., grain supt., 22 Trainfield Street 
Andrews, J. W., winding master, 5 Woodvale Road 

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1913 Phone Book Dunnallan Windsor Avenue 
Andrews, Thos., Jun., Mrs 

1910 
Windsor Avenue 
Dunallen 
12. Andrews, Thomas, of Harland & Wolff


B
BOAG 

SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 
Established in 1836, after the example of the London Society for the same purpose. 
honorary Counsel, T. K. Lowry, Esq.; Honorary Solicitors, Jas. Young and w. Seeds, Esqrs.; Honorary 
Veterinary Surgeon, W. McKenna, Esq. Treasurer, E. Pim, High street; Secretaries, R. Boag, 22 High Street 


BELFAST DRINKING FOUNTAINS ASSOCIATION 
This Association was organised for the purpose of erecting and maintaining suitable drinking fountains in 
Belfast. A considerable sum has already been voluntarily subscribed and a number of fountains have been 
erected in suitable localities; and others will be added as circumstances may permit. Committee - Wm. 
Ewart, jun., Esq., Mayor; Lord Bishop of Down and Connor, Rev. Dr. Morgan; G. Orr Wilson, J. G. Richardson, 
John Owden, S. Browne, R.N., John Hind, Robert Boag, 

BELFAST OPTHALMIC INSTITUTION 
2 Howard Street 
This Institution, which is supported by voluntary contributions, was opened on 9th April 1844. Attendance, 
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 11 o'clock. Upwards of 17,000 cases of eye disease and 1.400 of 
diseases of the ear, have been treated at this Institution since its foundation. Surgeon, Samuel Browne, R.N., 
Donegall Square West. Treasurer, R. Boag, Esq. 

BELFAST YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 
Under the sanction and approval of Ministers of Evangelical denominations in Belfast - Established 1850. 
The object of this Association is the improvement of the moral and spiritual condition of young men, by the 
efforts of the members of the Society in the sphere of their daily calling, by devotional meetings, biblical instruction 
and mutual improvement classes, the delivery of lectures, the diffusion of Christian literature, or by any other means 
that are in accordance with the Scriptures. There are a reading room and Library in connexion with this Society. 
President - Thomas McClure, Esq., J.P. Vice-Presidents - David Taylor, Esq.; Thomas G. Lindsay, Esq.; Robt. Boag, Esq.; 

BELFAST SAILOR'S HOME 
Tomb Street 
Established in 1852, for providing a suitable home fro seamen, with opportunities for mental improvement and religious 
instruction. Patron, Hid Excellency the Earl of Eglinton and Winton. Vice-Patron, Captain W. H. Hall, C.B. President, the 
Lord Bishop of Down and Connor and Dromore. Vice-President, the Mayor of Belfast. Managing Committee - W. S. Tracy, 
Esq., Chairman; Vice-Chairmen, G. Heyn, and George Orr Wilson; Thomas McClure, Wm. Campbell, Robt. Boag, 

CRESCENT UPPER 1880 
Off University Road 
6. Boag, Lady 
" Boag, Robert 

FIFTH STREET 1861 
off North Howard Street 
14 David Boag, hackler 

CRESCENT UPPER 1861 
University Road 
6 Robert Boag, of Albion Cloth Company; shop, 21 High Street 

At a meeting of the Corporation, on the 1st February, 1877, an influential deputation waited on the Council to request 
permission to have a portrait of Sir Robert Boag placed in the Council Hall. The permission was readily granted and 
subsequently a life size painting of Sir Robert - a splendid work of art from the atelier of Mr. (now Sir T. A.) Jones, President 
of the Royal Hibernian Academy - was suspended to the immediate left of the main entrance. It is an admirable likeness, 
portraying Sir Robert with remarkable fidelity and accuracy in form and features. The figure is represented in court dress, 
the left hand bearing a glove and resting on his side, while the right carries his hat. The posing is natural and graceful, and 
pervaded by the ease and freedom in the lining which characterise all Sir T. A. Jones' works. The portrait is enclosed in a 
massive gilt frame, at the base of which appears the following inscription :- 
"Alderman Sir Robert Boag, Knt., 
Mayor, 1876. 
Presented to the Municipality by his fellow citizens." 
Painted by T. A. Jones, P.R.H.A. 

TYNE STREET 1880 
Percy Street to Morpeth Street 
7. Boag, Jane 

Boag, Mrs., 21 Brougham Street. 1861 

Andrew BOAG . Knockbreda Castlereagh; husband of Agnes Sinclair; father of Robert b. 6 Jul 1869 CR 
Miss Jane BOAG . Holywood wife of George Henry Carse; mother of Georgina b. 1868 CR 
Sir Robert BOAG J.P. Newtownards an alderman; death notice 10 Nov 1877 

Boag Sarah Methra Co Dublin Antrim: South Dunmurry 
Boag Margaret L Ballagh Tyrone: South Fivemiletown Kiltermore 
Boag Robert Ballagh Clogher Tyrone: Mid. Clogher Protestant Hall Foster 
Boag Frances F B 13 Indiana Avenue Belfast: North Clifton Cliftonville Unionist Club 
Boag Fanny 13 Indiana Avenue Belfast: North Clifton Cliftonville Unionist Club 
Boag Rebecca 1 Wauchope Street Belfast: South Cromac Crescent Church 
Boag Lizzie 1 Wauchope Street Belfast: South Cromac Crescent Church 
Boag Robert Kebroyd, Lennoxvale Belfast: South Cromac Fisherwick Church 
Boag R Steven Kebroyd Lennoxvale Belfast: East Victoria Strandtown Hall and Belmont Presbyterian 

1907/1910/1918/1919 Boag, Robert, (of Albion Cloth Company), Kebroyd, Lennoxvale, Malone Road this must be a son as 
Sir Robert Boag was deceased by 1907 
1907/1910/1918/1919/1923 Boag, Wm., sea captain, 13 Indiana Avenue (Master Mariner) 
1919/1923/1925, Boag, R. Steven, architectural agent, 59 Malone Avenue (Robert) 
1923 Boag, Mrs. E. H., Kebroyd, Lennoxvale 
1923 Boag, Thos., & Co. Ltd., sack merchants, 28-34 York Street Little 
1918, Boag, Robert S., Oakwood, Cranmore Avenue 
1918, Boag, R. Steven, engineer's representative, 1 Wellington Place 
1940/1943/1949/1951/1954/1959 Boag, W. B., 45 Sandhill Gardens (engineer) 
1959 Boag, Thomas & Co. Ltd., Sack Manufacturers and Merchants, 183 Ravenhill Avenue, T.N. (Telephone Number), 59137

BELL 

1880 
ELIZA STREET 
Off Cromac Street 
7. Bell, Abraham, cabinet maker 

1861 
Bell, Abraham, cabinet maker, Music Hall Lane. 

1918/1919/1923/1925/1930/1931 
Cumberland Street 
33. Bell, A., labourer 

1880 
BALLYMENA 
Bell, John, hair dresser, Bryant Street 

1843 
TAILORS 
Bell, Robert, 35 Bank Lane. 

1880 
MONEYMORE 
Traders, etc. 
Bell, Robert, teacher, Gortagilly School 

1861 
BALLYCASTLE 
Traders &c. 
Bell, Robert, grocer. 

1880 
Bell, Robert, linen lapper, 2 Harrow Street 
Bell, Robert, mechanic, 8 Argyle Street 
Bell, Robert, shoe maker, 4 Stanton Street 
Bell, R., 30 Virginia Street 

1861 
Bell, Robert, general valuator for Ireland, 8 Sussex Place. 

1880 
WARD STREET 
Leeson Street to Grosvenor Street 
44. Bell, Robert, labourer 

1880 
WELLWYNNE STREET 
Hemsworth Street to Conlig Street 
26. Bell, Robert, labourer 

1861 
LISBURN 
Traders &c. 
Bell, Robert, grocer and publican, Chapel Hill. 

1843 
TOWN OF LURGAN 
Bell, Robert, Surgeon, etc., Medical Attendant to the Lurgan Union Workhouse, Main Street. 

1861 
RATHFRILAND 
Traders &c. 
Bell, Robert, grocer, Downpatrick Street. 

1843 
TOWN OF NEWTOWNARDS 
Bell, Robert, Clerk of Petty Sessions, Conway Square. 

1880 
DONEGALL SQUARE EAST 
Chichester Street to Clarence Place 
Bell, Robert J. H., Auditor & Accountant 

1880 
ARGYLE STREET 
Shankhill Road to Cupar Street 
8. Bell, Robert, mechanic 

1880 
STAUNTON STREET 
Off Eliza Street 
4. Bell, Robert, shoe maker 

1880 
RATHFRILAND 
Traders, etc. 
Bell, Robert, painter, Main Street 

1880 
LISBURN 
Traders, etc. 
Bell, Robert, spirit dealer, Chapel Hill 

1880 
HARROW STREET 
Off Crecy Terrace 
2. Bell, Robert, linen lapper 

1843 
Bell, William, Baker, 34 Berry Street. 
Bell, Abraham, Manufacturer of Sewing and Tambouring Thread, Red Marking Cotton, for Bleachers, etc., 27 Rosemary Street. 
Bell, Abraham, Ship and Commission Merchant, Adelaide Place. 
Bell, Clements, Provision Merchant, 46 Edward Street, House, 49 Great Patrick Street. 
Bell, David, Grocer and Tea Dealer, 87 North Street. 
Bell, James, Baker, 59 Mustard Street. 
Bells & Calvert, Flax Spinners, Whitehouse, Office, 6 Mustard Street. 
Bell, George, Grain Merchant, Verner Street. 
Bell, Jacob, of R. & J. Bell, residence, 125 York Street. 
Bell, James, Engraver and Linen Ornament Manufacturer, 39 Castle Street, residence, 6 College Street. 
Bell, John & William L., Cotton Bleachers, Works, Ballyclare, Office, 2 York Lane, residence, Green House, Ballyclare. 
Bell, The Misses, 6 Adelaide Place. 
Bell, Richard & Jacob, Linen and Cotton Yarn Merchants, Flax Spinners, etc., Office and Stores, 6 Mustard Street. 
Bell, Richard, of R. & J. Bell, House, Ballygolen Lodge. 
Bell, Richard, Stone Cutter and Publican, Marble and Stone Yard, 1 Great Edward Street. 
Bell, Samuel, Publican, 6 Long Lane. 
Bell, Samuel, Pawn Broker, 24 Robert Street. 
Bell, Samuel, Grain Buyer, Verner Street. 
Bell, Miss, Boarding House, 94 Donegall Street. 
Bell, William, Iron Merchant, 114 Ann Street, residence, 18 Hamilton Street. 
Bell, William, Shoe Maker, 8 Edward Street. 
Bell, William, Publican, Bradbury Place. 
Bell, Thomas, Cutler, 15 Corn Market. 
Bell, William, Adjuster of Weights, 4 Arthur Place. 
Bell, William, Baking Establishment, 38 Great Edward Street. 
Bell, William, Revenue Officer, 13 Ship Street. 
Bell, William, jun., 11 Church Street. 
Bell, John Henry, Ship Master, 5 Hamilton Street. 
Bell, Mrs. Mary, Grocer, 68 Nelson Street. 
Bell, Mary, Grocer, 56 North Queen Street. 
Bell, Robert, Tailor, 35 Bank Lane. 
Bell, Samuel, Pawn Broker, 51 Great Patrick Street. 
Bell, Adam, Labourer, Bradbury Place. 
Bell, Benjamin, Tailor & Draper, 12 Bridge Street. 

1861 
Bell, Abraham, cabinet maker, Music Hall Lane. 
Bell, A Sarah, grocer, 146 Corporation Street. 
Bell, Alexander, grocer and publican, 35&37 Wesley Place. 
Bell, Andrew, shoe maker, 28 College Street West. 
Bell, Archibald, dyer, 29 Arthur Street. 
Bell, Archibald, cow keeper, 23 Grattan Street. 
Bell, Eliza, grocer, 73 Cromac Street. 
Bell, E. H., linen yarn manufacturer, Donegall Street * 26 Lonsdale Terrace. 
Bell, John, jun., linen yarn and flax merchant, of Bell & Borthwick * Seaview, Greenisland. 
Bell, John S., loading yard Ballyclare bleach green, 2 York Lane. 
Bell, William, green grocer, 56 Millfield. 
Bell, Miss, stationer, 50 North Queen Street. 
Bell, John, rent agent, 171 Shankill Road. 
Bell, Margaret, dress maker, 22 Russell Street. 
Bell, Miss, 213 York Street. 
Bell, Mrs., 1 Windsor Place. 
Bell, Mrs., 106 Donegall Pass. 
Bell, R. & Co., linen and linen yarn merchants, flax spinners &c., 13 Donegall Street; mill and residence, Whitehouse and Whiteabbey. 
Bell, Robert, general valuator for Ireland, 8 Sussex Place. 
Bell, Samuel, travelling clerk, 33 Keegan Street. 
Bell, Samuel, publican, 13 Victoria Street. 
Bell, Timothy, manager of John Finlay's flax stores * 8 Ship Street. 
Bell, Thomas, cutler and surgical instrument maker, 15 Corn Market. 
Bell, Thomas, sea captain, 6 Earl Place. 
Bell, William, iron stores and yard, 86 Ann Street. 
Bell, William, meal, flour and grain stores, 87&89 York Street * 91 York Street. 
Bell, Mrs., milliner and dress maker, 14 Brougham Street. 
Bell, John, carpenter, 13 Ambrose Street. 
Bell, Mrs., grocer, 39&41 Cullintree Road. 
Bell, E. H., academy, 47 Upper Arthur Street. 
Bell, Eliza, boarding house, 4 Gloucester Street. 
Bell, John, stone cutter, 1 Grove Street. 
Bell, Misses., school, 45 Brougham Street. 
Bell & Borthwick, linen yarn and flax merchants, 35&37 North Street * John Bell, jun., Seaview, Greenisland; William Borthwick, Prospect, 
Carrickfergus. 

1880 
Bell, Abraham, cabinet maker, 7 Eliza Street 
Bell, Archibald, Dyer & cleaner, Arthur Street, also at Dublin, London, Edinburgh & Paisley. Works, Paisley 
Bell Bros., manufacturers' agents, 71 Albion Buildings, York Street 
Bell & Co., grocers, 8 John Street 
Bell, Clements, flesher, 13 Old Lodge Road 
Bell, David, commission agent, 7 Victoria Street 
Bell, David, grocer, 110 Shankhill Road 
Bell, Eliza, spirit dealer & stabling yard, 160 North Street 
Bell, George, baker, 43 Sandy Row 
Bell, H., commission agent, 29 Chichester Street 
Bell, James, gas fitter, 68 North Boundary Street 
Bell, James, baker, 9 Hertford Street 
Bell, James, carpenter, 43 Beech Street 
Bell, James, Baggot Street 
Bell, James, book keeper, 31 Carlisle Street 
Bell, John, dairyman, 12 & 14 Morpeth Street 
Bell, John O., boot & shoe maker, 103 Bradbury Place, Dublin Road 
Bell, John, printer, 14 Gosford Terrace 
Bell, John, clerk, 36 Andrew Street 
Bell, J., architect, 29 High Street, res., Feldon, Whitehouse 
Bell, Joseph, bread server, 25 Sancroft Street 
Bell, Joseph, 99 St. Mary's Terrace 
Bell, Joseph, spirit grocer, 1 Everton Street 
Bell, Margaret, 65 Lagan Village Road 
Bell, Maria, draper, 67 & 69 Cromac Street 
Bell, Miss, grocer, 47 Conlon Street 
Bell, Miss Jane, 8 Kinnaird Street 
Bell, Miss, grocer, 20 Lyons Street 
Bell, Mrs., spirit dealer, 105 Victoria Street 
Bell, Mrs., druggist etc., 79 Peter's Hill, res., 49 Laburnum Place, Duncairn Street 
Bell, Mrs., 25 Ashley Avenue, Lisburn Road 
Bell, Mrs., 43 Ormeau Road 
Bell, Mrs., Rantalard, Whitehouse 
Bell, Mrs., Seaview Terrace 
Bell, Richard (of Bell & Wallace), 124 Joy Street 
Bell, Richard, & Co., flax spinners, linen, yarn & general commission merchants, Linen Hall 
Bell, E. H. (of Richard Bell & Co.), Knockdarra, Strandtown 
Bell, R. (of Richard Bell & Co.), Whitehouse 
Bell, Richard, 4 Elmwood Terrace, Lisburn Road 
Bell, Richard, commission agent, 15 River Terrace 
Bell, Richard, cutler, 9 Havelock Street 
Bell, R. J. H., Accountant & Auditor, 4 Donegall Square South, res., 12 Cromwell Road 
Bell, Robert, linen lapper, 2 Harrow Street 
Bell, Robert, mechanic, 8 Argyle Street 
Bell, Robert, shoe maker, 4 Stanton Street 
Bell, R., 30 Virginia Street 
Bell, Ross, draper, 24 Auburn Street 
Bell, Samuel, teacher, 9 Frank Street 
Bell, Samuel, publican, 174 York Street 
Bell, Samuel, teacher, 9 Frank Street 
Bell, S., saddler etc., 1 & 3 Brougham Street 
Bell, Thomas, cutler & surgical instrument maker, 15 Corn Market 
Bell, Thomas, grocer, 57 Sandy Row 
Bell, Thomas, draper, 221 Shankhill Road 
Bell, Thomas, 1 Lyle Street 
Bell, Thos., provision merchant, 72 Newtownards Road 
Bell, Thomas, builder, 70 Malvern Street 
Bell, Thomas, lapper & packer, 7 Linenhall Street, res., 221 Shankhill Road 
Bell, Thomas, grocer & provision merchant, 44 & 46 Great Edward Street 
Bell, Thomas, boot & shoe maker, 95 Peter's Hill 
Bell, Timothy, flax merchant, 78 Green Street, res., Seafield House, Strandtown 
Bell & Wallace, stone cutters, 155 & 157 Cromac Street 
Bell, William, warehouseman, 2 Fitzwilliam Street 
Bell, William F., glazier, 23 Dagmar Street 
Bell, William, & Co., commission agents, 19 to 25 Gordon Street, res., 37 Old Park Crescent 
Bell, William, mechanic, 44 Hurst Street 
Bell, William, compositor, 83 McClure Street 
Bell, William, grain merchant, 12 York Lane, res., Greenisland 
Bell, William, grocer & provision dealer, 43 Great Patrick Street 
Bell, William H., & Co., druggists, 79 Peter's Hill 
Bell, W. L., station master, 54 Glengall Street 
Bell, William, overseer, 5 Frank Street 
Bell, Wm. H., compositor, 47 Sir Henry's Buildings, Mountpottinger 
Bell, Wm., manager Soho Foundry, 12 Bedeque Street 
Bell & Co., grocers & provision merchants, 120 Crumlin Road

BRYSON 

1954:- 

Bryson, Albert, brick layer, 39 Ballymurphy Road 
Bryson, David, farmer, Ballyduff House, Manse Road 
Bryson, Edwin, director, 132 Malone Road 
Bryson, Edwd., packer, 13 Farnham Street 
Bryson, George, bar man, 28 Hatfield Street 
Bryson, Henry, blacksmith's helper, 31 Earl Street 
Bryson, H. A., laundry proprietor, 118 North Road 
Bryson, James, electrin inspector, 151 Woodstock Road 
Bryson, James, driver, 59 Farnham Street 
Bryson, James, 151 Woodstock Road 
Bryson, James T., 32 Windsor Park 
Bryson, John, foreman, 1 Mount Merrion Drive 
Bryson, J., 5 Arbour Street 
Bryson, M., draper, 1 Agincourt Avenue 
Bryson, R., steeple jack, 35 Dock Street 
Bryson, R. A., 17 Norwood Drive 
Bryson, S., Rosebank, Malone Road Upper 
Bryson, Thos., motor driver, Innis Vale, Saintfield Road 
Bryson, William, compositor, 6 Evelyn Avenue 
Bryson, W. E., M.R.C.V.S., 65-67 May Street

BUSTARD 

Ulster Covenant - http://web.archive.org/web/20070304072019/http://www.proni.gov.uk/ulstercovenant/index.html 

Bustard R Donegal: South Rossnowlagh Church Porch 
Bustard Thomas Clarcam Donegal Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard Cecil R Iona Ballyshannon Donegal: South Ballyshannon 
Bustard David J Ballintra Donegal: South Ballintra Orange Hall Ballintra 
Bustard W J Glasgoblin Donegal: South Ballintra Orange Hall Ballintra 
Bustard William Ballintra Donegal: South Ballintra Orange Hall Ballintra 
Bustard Adam Sleven Donegal Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Charles Golard,Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Robert Cully,Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Matthew Golard,Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard William Cully Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Hamilton Ballintra Donegal: South Ballintra Orange Hall Ballintra 
Bustard Harry Ballintra Donegal: South Ballintra Orange Hall Ballintra 
Bustard Willie Gotard,Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard James Golard, Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Richard Cully, Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Francis Golard, Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Maggie Golard Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Fanny K Ballintra Donegal: South Ballintra Orange Hall Ballintra 
Bustard Almira G Glasbolie Ballintra Donegal: South Ballintra Orange Hall Ballintra 
Bustard Annie M Ballintra Donegal: South Ballintra Orange Hall Ballintra 
Bustard Letitia Rossmore Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Anne Golard Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Ellen Golard Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Katharine G Skreen Donegal Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Margaret L Ballintra Donegal: South Ballintra Orange Hall Ballintra 
Bustard Rebecca Ballintra Donegal: South Ballintra Orange Hall Ballintra 
Bustard Catherine Drimbar Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard Lizzie Clarcam Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard Susan Drumbar Donegal Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard Anne Drummey Donegal Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard Bella Finnabanns Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard Kate Lough Eske Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard Bella Tyrcallan Donegal: East Convoy Convoy 
Bustard Emiley K Tyraellen Donegal: East Stranorlar Stranorlar Bogle 
Bustard Muriel E Tyraellen Donegal: East Stranorlar Stranorlar Bogle 
Bustard Annie Lisnaree Convoy Donegal: East Raphoe Temperance Hall 
Bustard I Meenglass Donegal: East Goland Meenglass 
Bustard R Lyle Stranorlar Donegal: East Stranorlar Stranorlar 
Bustard James Lisnaree Donegal: East Stranorlar Ballybofey 
Buster Alexander Ramelton Donegal: East and Donegal: North Ramelton 
Bustard George Convoy Donegal: East Convoy Convoy 
Bustard Charles Lisnaree Donegal: East Convoy Convoy 
Bustard Andrew Lisnaree Donegal: East Convoy Convoy 
Bustard James Lisnaree, Convoy Donegal: East Raphoe Temperance Hall 
Bustard William Lisnaree, Convoy Donegal: East Raphoe Temperance Hall 
Bustard George Altnapaste, Welshtown Donegal: East Stranorlar 
Bustard John Welshtown PO Donegal: East Stranorlar 
Bustard Andrew Altnapaste, Welshtown PO Donegal: East Stranorlar 
Bustard Sara Castlewellan Down: South Castlewellan Castlewellan 
Bustard George Wesley Castlewellan Down: South Castlewellan 
Bustard Emma Lambeg Down: East Ballyskeagh and Lambeg 
Bustard Martha Lavinia Ballyskeagh Down: East Largymore Ballyskeagh Orange Hall 
Bustard Minnie Lambeg Down: East Largymore Ballyskeagh Orange Hall 
Bustard Agness Ballyskeagh Down: East Largymore Ballyskeagh Orange Hall 
Bustard Thomas Down: East Ballyskeagh Ballyskeagh 
Bustard John Ballyskeagh Down: East Ballyskeagh Ballyskeagh 
Bustard Elizabeth Frevagh Fermanagh: North Garrison 
Bustard Elisabeth Frevagh Fermanagh: North Garrison 
Bustard Isabella Frevagh Fermanagh: North Garrison 
Bustard Thomas Corren West Fermanagh: North Garrison 
Bustard Henry Frevagh Kiltyclogher Fermanagh: North Belleek Kilcoo 
Bustard Andrew Trenagh Kiltyclogher Fermanagh: North Belleek Kilcoo 
Bustard Isabella Tully Maguiresbridge Fermanagh: South Maguiresbridge Parochial Hall 
Bustard John Brookeborough Fermanagh: South Brookeborough Memorial Hall 
Bustard Thomas Tully North Maugiresbridge Fermanagh: South Maguiresbridge Parochial Hall 
Bustard John Tullynorth Maguiresbridge Fermanagh: South Maguiresbridge Parochial Hall 
Bustard Henry Newtownstewart Tyrone: North Newtownstewart Orange Hall 
Bustard Robert C Aughyarran Tyrone: North Castlederg and Killeter Orange Hall 
Bustard William Urney Tyrone: North Urney East Urney Park 
Bustard Andrew High Sion Tyrone: North Sion Mills Sion Mills 
Busiard Samuel Seein Sion Mills Tyrone: North Sion Mills Sion Mills 
Bustard Robert New Street Sion Mills Tyrone: North Sion Mills Sion Mills 
Bustard James 20 Main Street Strabane Tyrone: North Strabane 
Bustard James D Priestcess Tyrone: North Castlederg Parochial Hall 
Bustard Anne Jane Listymore Tyrone: North Castlederg Parochial Hall 
Bustard Lizzie A Aghyaran Tyrone: North Castlederg and Killeter Orange Hall 
Bustard Margaret J Strabane Tyrone: North Strabane 
Bustard Eliza Jane Urney Park Tyrone: North Urney East Urney Park 
Bustard Ellen Castlederg Tyrone: South Castlederg Parochial Hall 
Bustard Maggie Newtownstewart Tyrone: North Newtownstewart Orange Hall 
Bustard Cathien Sion Sion Mills Tyrone: North Sion Mills Sion Mills 
Bustard Lizzie Sion Sion Mills Tyrone: North Sion Mills Sion Mills 
Bustard Lizzie New Street Sion Mills Tyrone: North Sion Mills Sion Mills 
Bustard Margret Pomeroy Tyrone: East Pomeroy Altedesert Parish Church 
Bustard Andrew J Sion Mills Co Tyrone Scotland: Lanarkshire: North West Coatbridge 
Bustard Lizzie 4 Warren Terrace Oldpark Road Belfast: North Clifton Old Park Presbyterian Church Lecture Hall 
Bustard Elizabeth 4 Warren Terrace Oldpark Road Belfast: North Clifton Old Park Presbyterian Church Lecture Hall 
Bustard Ellen 44 Chief Street Belfast: North Clifton Crumlin Road Lecture Hall 
Bustard Jane 44 Chief Street Belfast: North Clifton Crumlin Road Lecture Hall 
Bustard Sarah 44 Chief Street Belfast: North Not Recorded St. Matthew's Parochial Hall 
Bustard Mary E 44 Chief Street Belfast: North Not Recorded St. Matthew's Parochial 
Bustard Mrs Martha 16 Baden Powell Street Belfast: North Clifton St. Mary's Institute 
Bustard Sarah 195 Tennent Street Belfast: North West St. Michael's Vestry 
Bustard Charlotte 6 St Mary's Street Belfast: North Clifton St. Mary's Institute 
Bustard Ellen Jane 6 St Marys Street Belfast: North Clifton St. Mary's Institute 
Bustard William 16 Baden Powell Street Belfast: North Clifton St. Mary's Institute 
Bustard Thomas 6 St Marys Street Belfast: North Clifton St. Mary's Institute 
Bustard Alex 6 St Mary Street Belfast: North Clifton St. Mary's Institute 
Bustard Maggie 16 Baden Powell Street Belfast: South Windsor St. Nicholas Hall 
Bustard Ellen 6 St Mary Street Belfast: West Shankill Albert Hall 
Bustard Maggie 34 Ninth Street Belfast: West Shankill Bellevue Street Mission Hall 
Bustard Bella 34 Ninth Street Belfast: West Shankill Bellevue Street Mission Hall 
Bustard Lizzie 34 Ninth Street Belfast: West Shankill Bellevue Street Mission Hall 
Bustard Robert 156 Ainsworth Avenue Belfast: West Shankill Shankill Road Orange Hall 
Bustard Robert 16 Baden Powell Street Belfast: South Saint Anne's City Hall 
Bustard James L 4 Warun Terrace Oldpark Road Belfast: South Saint Anne's City Hall 
Bustard Joseph 62 Bryon Street Belfast Belfast: South Saint Anne's City Hall 
Bustard Andrew 44 Chief Street Belfast: South Saint Anne's Old Town Hall 
Bustard William 4 Warren Terrace Oldpark Road Belfast: South Saint Anne's City Hall 
Bustard James 16 Baden Powell Street Belfast: South Saint Anne's City Hall 
Bustard Margaretta E. Gardenmore House Antrim: East Larne Victoria Hall 
Bustard Isabella Green Street Carrickfergus Antrim: East Carrickfergus 
Bustard Albert J Gardenmore House Larne Antrim: East Larne Victoria Hall Hamilton 
Bustard William James Drumbar Donegal Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard Henry Leghowney Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard William J Cully Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard Robert Cully Donegal Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall & Edrim Donegal 
Bustard William Clan Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard John Clarcam Donegal Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard Charles Clarcam Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard Bernice Clarcam Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard William Clarcam Donegal: South Donegal Orange Hall 
Bustard Charles Golard,Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Matthew Golard,Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard James Golard, Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Francis Golard, Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Maggie Golard Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Anne Golard Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 
Bustard Ellen Golard Laghey Donegal: South Ballintra Laghey Orange Hall 

Belfast Street Directories 

1880 
EVERTON STREET 
Crumlin Road to Hillview Street 
62. Bustard, John 
36. Bustard, Thomas 

BERLIN STREET 
Off Shankhill Road 
9. Bustard, Andw., flax dresser 


No Surname Rank Service Date Of Death Age Regiment Nationality Grave/Memorial Ref. Cemetery/Memorial Name 
1 BUSTARD, A E Able Seaman 986733 09/07/1919 Unknown Mercantile Marine Reserve United Kingdom OO. 128. SHEERNESS (ISLE-OF-SHEPPEY) CEMETERY 
2 BUSTARD, ELLIS GREY Engine Room Artificer 2160 19/05/1947 28 Royal New Zealand Navy New Zealand Prot. Naval Area A, Row 2, Grave 19. AUCKLAND (WAIKUMETE) CEMETERY 
3 BUSTARD, GEORGE Lance Corporal 9809 25/09/1916 Unknown Scots Guards United Kingdom Pier and Face 7 D. THIEPVAL MEMORIAL 
4 BUSTARD, JOSEPH Lance Corporal 17208 01/07/1916 Unknown Royal Irish Rifles United Kingdom Pier and Face 15 A and 15 B. THIEPVAL MEMORIAL 
5 BUSTARD, JOHN Aircraftman 2nd Class 1057964 21/02/1942 19 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve United Kingdom Block B. Grave 6. LAMBEG CHURCH OF IRELAND CHURCHYARD 
6 BUSTARD, JOSEPH THOMAS Private 16507 21/01/1916 36 The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment United Kingdom IV. A. 6. PLOEGSTEERT WOOD MILITARY CEMETERY 
7 BUSTARD, LESLIE CARD Lieutenant 240403 14/02/1944 26 Green Howards (Yorkshire Regiment) United Kingdom Face 8. RANGOON MEMORIAL 
8 BUSTARD, LESLIE MEARS Marine PO/X 113418 11/04/1945 19 Royal Marines United Kingdom III, B, 21. ARGENTA GAP WAR CEMETERY 
9 BUSTARD, R Rifleman 11891 31/03/1915 21 Royal Irish Rifles United Kingdom G. 132. CARNMONEY CEMETERY 
10 BUSTARD, REGINALD MYERS Corporal 21904 17/07/1916 19 Northumberland Fusiliers United Kingdom XIV. B. 7. ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY 
11 BUSTARD, S Private 200596 17/04/1917 Unknown Highland Light Infantry United Kingdom XXXI. F. 1. GAZA WAR CEMETERY 
12 BUSTARD, W E Lance Corporal 19411 01/07/1916 Unknown Royal Irish Rifles United Kingdom III. A. 6. CONNAUGHT CEMETERY, THIEPVAL

BUTLER 

1907/1910/1923/1925/1930/1931Whiteabbey 
Concrete Street 
3. Butler, Henry, hackler (1907 to 1923) 
19. Butler, Mrs. J., char woman (1907 to 1910) 

Mill Street 
4. Butler, J. (1918 James, labourer) (1907 to 1925) 

Office Street 
20. Butler, Mrs. Eliza (1907 to ?) 

1918 
Whiteabbey 
as above plus 
Factory Street 
1. Butler, John, flax dresser (1918 to 1923) 

Main Street 
47. Butler, James, flax dresser (1918 to ?) 
14. Butler, C. (1923 to 1925) 
in 1940 they cut the Whiteabbey section down and didn't list the streets anymore, so the 2 Butlers left might still be there.

BARBOUR 

1913 Telephone Directory 
Barbour, J. Milne, Conway, Dunmurry, Malone 
Tel No. 125a 

1907 Street Directory 
same entry 
Barbour, J. Milne, Conway, Dunmurry, Malone



C
CRAWFORD 

Helen's Bay 7 Crawford, R. G. Sharman, Col. 

1880 
County of Down 
a Crawford, Major John Sharman, M.A., T.C.D., Crawfordsburn, Belfast ; Reform Club, London, S.W. 

1861 
BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY 
DIRECTORS 
Wm. Sharman Crawford, jun., Esq., Crawfordsburn. 

1861 
BELFAST DISTRICT HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE POOR 
Falls Road. 
Established in 1829, for the relief of the insane poor, pursuant to Act of Parliament. 
The district comprehends the Counties of Antrim and Down, and the County of the Town of Carrickfergus. 
The Board of Governors meet the first Monday of every month, at one o'clock, PM. 
No patient can be received without a medical certificate of insanity, and an affidavit of inability to meet the expenses 
of a private asylum. Printed forms may be had at the Hospital, to which all communications are to be addressed 
(post-paid) to the resident physician. 
BOARD OF GOVERNORS APPOINTED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT AND PRIVY COUNCIL OF IRELAND 
Major John Sharman Crawford, J.P. 


1861 
BANGOR 
Bangor, a seaport town in the County of Down, ten miles distant from Belfast. 
The terminus of the County Down Railway at Newtownards is within three miles and a half from Bangor. 
The town is very ancient. It is said the first stone and limestone house built in Ireland was built in Bangor. 
It is stated that Saint Comgall founded an abbey about the middle of the sixth century, which was burned 
in 674 and rebuilt in 1125, by Malachy O'Morgair, then abbott; he also added an oratory or chapel, of white 
stone, from which the place derived the name of Beauchoir, now Bangor, signifying the "White Church" or "Fair Choir." 
Part of the abbey ruins still exist, and the traces of the foundations show it to have been of great extent. 
The town has greatly improved within the last few years; the harbour is good and commodious - there is a good pier, 
a steamboat wharf, and fine beach, well adapted for bathing. Near the beach are many neat furnished houses and villas, 
built for the accommodation of parties visiting this favourite bathing shore. Two steamers ply between Belfast and Bangor 
thrice daily each during the Summer season. The principal hotel, "The Royal", Mr. Henry McFall's, is in a most agreeable 
position, facing the sea, commanding beautiful views of the Lough and of the County Antrim, on the other side. 
These conveniences and attractions, together with hot and cold baths, render this one of the most agreeable localities 
for the Summer season. The vicinity is enriched with several elegant seats. R. E. Ward, D.L., J.P., part proprietor of the town, 
has erected a splendid new castle, in the Elizabethan style of architecture. It is a superb building, and well worth notice. 
The castle is surrounded by an extensive demesne, tastefully planted, and is contiguous to the town. 
Crawfordsburn is the residence of Wm. Sharman Crawford, Esq., D.L., J.P., and the splendid seat of Lord Dufferin 
is within two miles of the town. 

Dispensary (under Medical Charities Act), Catherine Place - Philip C. Russell, surgeon. The committee of management meet a 
the dispensary on the 3rd Monday of the month. Chairman of committee, William Sharman Crawford, D.L., J.P.; vice chairman, 
Mr. John Boyd ; Hon. Sec. Mr. H. McFall ; Hon. assistant secretary, Mr. McCulloch. 

Nobility, Gentry &c. 
Crawford, William Sharman, J.P., Crawfordsburn. 


1880 
Holywood 
Clergy, Gentry, Professionals, etc. 
Crawford, Arthur Sharman, Ballymenoch House 

1861 
Wine and Spirit Merchants 
Crawford, James, 1 Calender Street. 
Crawford, W. & H. Sharman, 14&16 Victoria Chambers. 

1861 
Commission Merchants and Agents. 
Crawford, W. & H. Sharman, 14&15 Victoria Chambers. 

1861 
Insurance Agents 
See also Insurance Companies' Offices. 
Crawford, Wm. & H. Sharman, 14&15 Victoria Chambers - London Assurance, Corporation Fire and Scottish and English Law Life. 

1843 
County Down 
Magistrates 
William Sharman Crawford, Esq., M.P., Crawfordsburn, Bangor 
John Sharman Crawford, Esq., Crawford's Burn, Bangor.

CARNEY 

1880 
CASTLE STREET 
Castle Place to Mill Street 
47. Carney, Geo., upholsterer 

1880 
Monaghan 
Carney, William, publican 

1880 
Carney, N., hair dresser, 4 Short Strand 
SHORT STRAND 
Ballymacarrett Road to Albert Bridge Road 
4. Carney, Nicholas, hair dresser

COSBY 

1923 
Urney Street 
off Shankill Road 
155. Cosby, Isaac, labourer

CHANCELLOR and various spellings 

1907 
Wilton Street, Lower 
5. Chanclor, Thos., labourer 

1910 
Wilton Street 
153. Chaneller, Thos., labourer (great spelling) 

Norwood Street 
10. Chancellor, Mrs. Ellen 

1918 
Eastland Street 
33. Chancellor, Andw., laboure 

1923 
Eastland Street 
33. Chancellor, Andw., labourer 

Norwood Street 
10. Chancellor, Mrs. Ellen 

1925 
Eastland Street 
33. Chancellor, Andw., labourer 

1930 
Eastland Street 
33. Chancellor, Andw., labourer 

1931 
Eastland Street 
33. Chancellor, Andw., labourer 

Norwood Street 
10. Chancellor, Mrs. Ellen 

1940 
Eastland Street 
33. Chancellor, Samuel, labourer 

from 1940 to 1948 
Wellwood Street 
3. Chancellor, Mrs. Ellen 

1945 
Eastland Street 
33. Chancellor, Samuel, labourer 

1948 
Eastland Street 
21. Dillon, Thomas George 
33. Chancellor, Samuel, labourer 

1949/51/54/59 gone 1965 
Wellwood Street 
3. Chancellor, Miss Annie 

1951 
Eastland Street 
33. Chancellor, Samuel, labourer 

1954 
Eastland Street 
33. Chancellor, Samuel 

1959 
Eastland Street 
33. Chancellor, Samuel 

1960 onwards by email request

COLWELL 

1948 
in alpha section 
Colwell, William, 28 Henry Street 

1951 
in alpha section 
Colwell, William, 28 Henry Street 

1954 
in alpha section 
Colwell, William, 28 Henry Street



D
DOUGAL/DOUGALL 

1930 
Hopeton Street 
73. gone 
81. Dougal, T., coal vendor 

1931 
Hopeton Street 
81. Dougal, T., coal vendor 

1940 
Hopeton Street 
81. Dougal, T., coal vendor 
81a Gateway 

1861 
LEADBETTER STREET 
Lodge Road 
32 Hugh Dougal, master carter and horse dealer. 

1861 
Dougal, Hugh, horse dealer, 32 Leadbetter Street. 

1861 
DOVER STREET 
off Shankill Road 
81 James Dougall, carpenter 

1861 
PORTLAND STREET 
Great George's Street to Lancaster Street 
4 Bernard Dougall, carpenter. 

1861 
MILLFIELD 
Mill Street to North Street 
89 Mrs. Dougall. 

1861 
MILLFIELD 
Mill Street to North Street 
101,103&105 Jas. Dougal, carter. 

1880 
LEADBETTER STREET 
Old Lodge Road to McTier Street 
17. Dougall, Mrs. 
29. Dougall, Thomas, carter 
31. Dougall, John, carter 
32. Dougall, Hugh, carter 

1913 Phone Book 
Belfast Dougal, Andrew & Son, Carriers, Removal Contractors 
3 Custom Ho. Square 

1880 
OLDPARK ROAD 
Off Crumlin Road 
Benwell Terrace 
61. Dougal, Wm. John, cashier 

1880 
Dougal, A., carrier, 20 & 22 May Street 
Dougal, James, confectioner, etc., 95 Hercules Street 
Dougal, Jas., car owner, 68 & 70 Millfield 
Dougal, John, car owner, 35 Leadbetter Street 
Dougal, M., tailor, 7 Brownlow Street 
Dougal, Wm., clerk, 6 Mount Street, Mountpottinger 
Dougal, Wm. John, cashier, 61 Benwell Terrace *** wrong place in Directory :- Dougall, William, 8 Mount Street *** 

1861 
LEADBETTER STREET 
Lodge Road 
32 Hugh Dougal, master carter and horse dealer. 

1843 
Townsend Street 
Shankhill Road to Falls Road 
7. Arthur Dougall. 

1880 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES (SALFORD UNITY) FRIENDLY SOCIETY 
Founded in Belfast, 1846. Registered under the Friendly Societies Acts. Place of meeting, 
Oddfellows Hall, 65 Academy Street, Belfast. Principles - Total Abstinence. Objects - Relief 
to members in sickness, burial of its members, members' wives and widows. District Officers 
for 1879 - Trustees - W. J. Dougall, 29 Donegall Quay. 

1861 
Dougal, Hugh, horse dealer, 32 Leadbetter Street. 

1843 
Dougall, Hugh, Dealer, 48 Verner Street. 
Dougall, Samuel, Grocer, 72 Peter's Hill. 
Dougall, Hugh, Public Carrier, 69 Millfield. 
Dougall, Arthur, 7 Townsend Street. 

1861 
Londonderry 
Traders 
Dougal, George, Bishop Street. 

1861 
NELSON STREET 
Great Patrick Street to Ship Street 
25&27 Nelson Street National School; Samuel Rogers, master; 
Ann Jane Dougal, mistress. 

1880 
Londonderry 
Traders 
Agricultural Implement Agents 
Dougal, J., Foyle Street 

1880 
MAY STREET 
Clarence Place to Oxford Street 
22, 20 Dougall, Andrew, carrier 

1880 
MILLAN STREET 
Ross Street to Raglan Street 
13. Dougal, James, car driver 

1880 
HERCULES STREET 
Hercules Place to North Street 
95. Dougal, James, confectioner & fruit dealer 


1907 
Leadbetter Street 
31. Dougal, John 

alpha listings of Dougals 1907 
Dougal, A., & Sons.........as 1910 
Dougal, Wm., plasterer, 6 Virginia Street 
Dougal, Wm., ironturner, 403 Donegall Road 
Dougal, W. F., carrier, 20 Waring Street 
Dougal, W. J., bookkeeper, Taunton Avenue 
Dougall, John, car owner, 5 Cullingtree Road 

1910 
Leadbetter Street 
23 - 39 Vacant, no other Dougals 

alpha listings of Dougals 1910 
Dougall, A., confectioner, 47 Mill Street 
Dougal, A., & Sons, furniture removers and storekeepers, carriers, 20, 22 May Street, 3 Customhouse Square and 40 to 48 Gloucester Street. 
Dougal, Wm., ironturner, 403 Donegall Road 
Dougal, W. J., bookkeeper, Staunton, Taunton Avenue 
Dougall, John, car owner, 90 Albert Street 
Dougall, Wm., plasterer, 6 Virginia Street

DOYLE 

Doyles 1910 
Doyle, Alfred, baker, 58 Tyrone Street 
Doyle, Arthur, blacksmith, 28 Bangor Street (also 1918, 58 Redcar Street) (also 1919) 
Doyle, F., spirit merchant, 15, 17 Station Street 
Doyle, F. J., medical hall, 210 Falls Road 
Doyle, Henry, patternmaker, 23 Carlton Street 
Doyle, H., clerk, 133 York Road 
Doyle, James, baker, 73 Abyssinia Street (also 1918) (also 1919) 
Doyle, Jas., rigger, 26 Thomas Street North 
Doyle, Jas., publican, 50, 52 Newtownards Road 
Doyle, Jas., bookkeeper, 103 Hillman Street 
Doyle, Jas., tailor, 29 Columbia Street 
Doyle, Jas., spirit grocer, 63 Lagan Street 
Doyle, John, spirit grocer, 150 Donegal Road 
Doyle, John, painter, 204 Nelson Street (also 1918) (also 1919) 
Doyle, John, spirit grocer, 220 Donegall Road 
Doyle, John, rent collector, 8 Byron Street (also 1918) (also 1919) 
Doyle, John, grocer, 34 Library Street Upper 
Doyle, Jos., boot maker, 15 Colligan Street 
Doyle, Jos. B., compositor, 10 Churchill Street (also 1918 but 40) (also 1919, still No. 40) 
Doyle, J. J., supt. Customs and Excise, Rossendale, Holland Park 
Doyle, J., spirit grocer, 1 Thalia Street 
Doyle, J., cork mfr., 15 Townsend Street 
Doyle, J., greengrocer, 126 Leeson Street (also 1918 Chas. J.) (1919 Elizabeth, grocer) 
Doyle, Mary, 57 Manor Street 
Doyle, Matthew, R.I.C., 15 Pim Street (also 1918, 15 Eglinton Street) (also 1919, 15 Eglinton Street) 
Doyle, Mrs., dressmaker, 33 Queen Street North (also 1918) (also 1919) 
Doyle, Mrs., confectioner, 10 Wolfhill Avenue 
Doyle, Mrs., dairy, Claravale, Wardlow's Row 
Doyle, P. W., traveller, 67 Lanark Street (also 1918) (also 1919) 
Doyle, Richard, custodian Safe Deposit Ocean Buildings; res., 25 Invarary Drive (also 1918) (also 1919) 
Doyle, Wm., hairdresser, 131 Durham Street (also 1918) (also 1919) 

Doyles 1918 
Doyle, James, 133 University Street (also 1919) 
Doyle, Jas., painter, 58 Walmer Street (also 1919) 
Doyle, Jas., confectioner, 144 Donegall Road (also 1919) 
Doyle, Jas., baker, 38 Falls Road (also 1919) 
Doyle, Jas., lightkeeper, 29 Charlotte Street (also 1919) 
Doyle, John, grocer, 150 Ross Street (also 1919) 
Doyle, John, confectioner, 10 Mill Avenue (also 1919) 
Doyle, J., spirit grocer, 2 Milfort Street (also 1919) 
Doyle, Mary, publican, 76, 78 Pound Street (also 1919) 
Doyle, Michael, 1 Glenalena Terrace, Falls Road (also 1919) 
Doyle, Mrs. E., 27 Templemore Avenue (also 1919) 
Doyle, Mrs. Mary, 312 Ravenhill Road (also 1919, Miss) 
Doyle, Patk., pensioner, 16 Rosevale Street (also 1919) 
Doyle, W., traveller, 3 Pacific Avenue (also 1919) 
Doyle, W. H., polisher, 6 Hurst Street (also 1919) 

1919 
Cupar Street (as 1918) 

Doyles 1919 
Doyle, Chas. J., confectioner, 116 Leeson Street 

1907 
Leoville Street 
18. Doyle, John, plumber 
vacant in 1910

DONNELL/DONNELLY/McDONNELL 

Thomas Donnelly, labourer at 22 Clonard Street Lower in 1880 
John Donnelly, greengrocer at 6 Cinnamond Street in 1880. 
P. Donnelly, dealer, 2 Cinnamond Street in 1907 
Patrick Donnelly, carter, 6 Cinnamond Street in 1907. 
Philip Donnelly, grocer, 25 Cullingtree Road in 1907. 
J. J. Donnelly, contractor and funeral undertaker, 124,126 Cullingtree Road in 1907. 
Philip Donnelly, grocer, 25 Cullingtree Road in 1910. 
Peter Donnelly, labourer, 10 Cullingtree Road in 1910. 
J. Donnelly, hairdresser, 120 Cullingtree Road in 1910. 
Elizabeth Donnelly, 13 Cinnamond street in 1910. 
P. Donnelly, dealer, 2 Cinnamond Street in 1910. 

1880 
CLONARD STREET LOWER ( http://web.archive.org/web/20070304072059/http://www.lennonwylie.co.uk/ccomplete1880.htm ) 
Falls Road to Cairns Street 

15. Vacant 
25. McDonnell, Ptk., flax dresser 
22. Donnelly, Thos., labourer 

1880 
RAGLAN STREET ( http://web.archive.org/web/20070304072059/http://www.lennonwylie.co.uk/rcomplete1880.htm ) 
Off Albert Street 

Donnelly, John, sawyer 
McDonnell, Alex., engine driver 
6. McDonnell, John, labourer 

1880 
Donnell, Arthur, artist, 21 Thompson Street 
Donnelly, Andrew, (of Holywood & Donnelly), Holywood 
Donnelly, Daniel, grocer, 53 Carrick Hill 
Donnelly, David, carpenter, 9 Lee Street 
Donnelly, Edward, engine driver, 16 Dagmar Street 
Donnelly, Ellen, provision dealer, 40 Lancaster Street 
Donnelly, Hugh, tailor, 3 Bread Street 
Donnelly, James, printer, 5 Clyde Street 
Donnelly, Jas., furniture dealer, 13 Woodford Street 
Donnelly, James, agent for cattle feeding stuffs, Townhall Street 
Donnelly, James, pensioner, 27 Rutherford Street 
Donnelly, James, Inspector of Public Works, 88 Dover Street 
Donnelly, James, shoe maker, 7 Cargill Street 
Donnelly, John, clerk, 165 Woodstock Road 
Donnelly, John, wholesale & retail spirit merchant, 2 North Street and 1 & 3 Rosemary Street 
Donnelly, John, clerk, 20 Carlow Street 
Donnelly, John, compositor, 4 Milan Street 
Donnelly, John, spirit dealer, 90 North Queen Street 
Donnelly, John, tobacconist & cigar importer, 4 North Street 
Donnelly, J., H.M. Customs, Dock Street 
Donnelly, Joseph, (of Carrol & Donnelly), 27 York Street 
Donnelly, Luke, coach builder, 22 New Dock Street 
Donnelly, Michael, grocer, 69 Divis Street 
Donnelly, Mrs., Servants' Registry Office, 55 Carlisle Street 
Donnelly, Robert, clerk, 6 Castlereagh Street 
Donnelly, Robert, furniture dealer, 43 & 45 Smithfield Square 
Donnelly, William, 46 Cambridge Street 
Donnelly, William, book keeper, 55 Tyrone Street 

1880 
McDonnell, Charles, hair dresser, 22 Durham Street 
McDonnell, Edward, baker, 63 Wall Street 
McDonnell, E., dairyman, 47 & 49 Green Street 
McDonnell, Francis, flax and waste merchant, 110 & 112 Cullingtree Road 
McDonnell, F., pawn broker, 50 & 52 Albert Crescent 
McDonnell, George, school master, 18 Crimea Street 
McDonnell, J., cattle dealer, 46 & 48 Institution Place 
McDonnell, J., spirit dealer, 136 Leeson Street 
McDonnell, J., publican, 8 & 10 Cyprus Street 
McDonnell, Mrs., 17 Walnut Street 
McDonnell, Mrs., Eglantine 
McDonnell, Mrs., 7 Fountainville Avenue

DEAN/DEANE 

Bushmills 
Masonic Hall - Saml. Dean, caretaker (different caretaker 1940) 

Inhabitants 
Dean, Samuel, builder 

1943/1945/1948/1949/1950/1951 
Bushmills 
Dean, Samuel, builder 
Dean, Robert, electric station driver 

1953/1954 
Bushmills 
Householders and Traders 
Deane, Samuel D. 

~~~~~~~~~ 

1910 
Penrith Street 
17. Dean, Charles, joiner 

1910 
Balfour Avenue 
46. Dean, J., carpenter

DOWDS 

1907 
Albert Street 
22. Dowds, Wm., mechanic 

1910 
Albert Street 
22. Dowds, Wm., mechanic 

1918 
Westland Street 
9. Dowds, Harry, fitter 

1923 
Albert Street 
90. Dowds, F., motor man 

Westland Street 
9. Dowds, Harry, fitter 

1925 
Westland Street 
9. Dowds, Harry, fitter 

1931 
Westland Street 
9. Dowds, Harry, fitter 

Wilton Street 
52. Dowds, Wm., labourer 

1940 
Westland Street 
9. Dowds, Harry, fitter 

Wilton Street 
52. Dowds, William, labourer 

1945 
Westland Street 
9. Dowds, Harry, fitter 

1948 
Eastland Street 
37. Dowds, Henry 

Westland Street 
9. Dowds, Harry, fitter 

1951 
Eastland Street 
37. Dowds, Henry, labourer 

Westland Street 
9. Dowds, Harry, fitter 

1954 
Eastland Street 
37. Dowds, Henry, labourer 

Westland Street 
9. Dowds, Harry, fitter 

1959 
Eastland Street 
37. Dowds, Henry, labourer 

Westland Street 
9. Dowds, Mrs. Elizabeth 

1960 onwards by email request

DILLON 

1907 
Sidney Street, West 
149. Dillon, Joseph, labourer 

1910 
Sidney Street, West 
149. Dillon, Joseph, labourer 

1930 
Eastland Street 
29. Dillon, George, labourer 

1931 
Eastland Street 
29. Dillon, George, labourer 

1940 
Eastland Street 
29. Dillon, Thomas George, labourer 

1945 
Eastland Street 
21. Dillon, Thomas George 

1948 
Eastland Street 
21. Dillon, Thomas George 

1951 
Eastland Street 
21. Dillon, Robert, machinist 

1954 
Eastland Street 
21. Dillon, Robert, machinist 

1959 
Eastland Street 
21. Dillon, Robert, machinist 

1960 onwards by email request

DEVLIN 

1907 
Cawnpore Street 
46. Devlin, Edward, labourer 

1910 
Cawnpore Street 
13. Devlin, John, machine man 

1911 (not mine but got this info from Anthony at http://web.archive.org/web/20070304072059/http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?board=50) 
Belfast 1911 
John Devlin, Machineman 13 Cawnpore St. 
Edward Devlin, Damask Tenter 5 Turin St off the Grosvnor Rd, thats near Cawnpore St. 

1918 
Cawnpore Street 
13. Devlin, John, machine man 
72. Devlin, Cassie

DOBBIN 

1861 
DONEGALL PASS 
from Dublin Road to Ormeau Road 
Rose Lodge; William Dobbin, of North Street, whole 
sale grocer &c 

1843 
Castle Lane 
Donegall Place 
1. Hamilton Dobbin, of Coleman & Dobbin. 

Church Street 
Donegall Street 
1. Coleman & Dobbin, Wine and Spirit Merchants. 

Donegall Street 
Front of the Commercial Buildings. 
76. James Coleman, of Coleman & Dobbin. 

STAY AND CORSET MAKERS 
Digby, M. & A., 25 Hercules Place. 
Dobbin, Mrs., 26 Ann Street. 

1861 
ALTON STREET 
Old Lodge Road to Wall Street 
18 William Dobbin, bricklayer 

SMITHFIELD 
43 Smithfield Brewery, Clotworthy Dobbin, proprietor; residence 
1 Royal Terrace. 

SPAMOUNT 
North Queen Street 
2 James Mayfield, manager in W. Dobbin's, North Street. 

PATRICK STREET GREAT 
York Street to Corporation Street 
21 Wilson Dobbin.. 

MILLFIELD 
Mill Street to North Street 
47 Clothworthy Dobbin's stores. 

MILL STREET 
Castle Street to Barrack Street 
35 Wm. Dobbin & Co., grocers, druggists and spice merchants. 

1880 
ARMAGH CITY 
Local Magistrates 
Dobbin, Colonel, J.P. 

Armagh - Dobbin Street 

LISBURN ROAD 
Dublin Road to Balmoral 
Windsor Crescent 
2. Dobbin, Robt., Surveyor Royal Engineers 

CASTLE PLACE 
High Street to Castle Street 
3. Dobbin, James G., & Co., cutlers, fancy goods dealers and iron mongers 

CLAREMONT LANE 
Off Malcolm Street 
5. Dobbin, James, car owner 

COURTRAI STREET 
Off Cambria Street 
13. Dobbin, Chas., labourer 

CRESCENT UPPER 
Off University Road 
1. Dobbin, William 

CRUMLIN ROAD 
Carlisle Circus to Ardoyne 
102. Dobbin, Mrs. 

1913 
Belfast 
2778 
Dobbin, Wm. & Co. Ltd., Grocers, Chemists, Confectioners 
45 North Street 

Belfast 
3472 
Dobbin, Field, & Co., Linen Merchants 
50 Upper Queen Street 

1861 
CAVAN 
Dobbin, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Farnham Street. 

1861 
BRANCHES - BANK OF IRELAND 
Armagh 
Thomas Dobbin, agent 

1861 
NEWTOWNARDS 
Dobbin, Richard, muslin agent, East Street. 
Dobbin, Wm., muslin agent, Court Street. 

1880 
Newtownards 
The starch works of Messrs. John Taylor & Son in South Street, affords 
employment to a number of men, as also does the Manor Mill in Mill Street, 
the property of the same firm. Mr. William Dobbin, in South Street 

1861 
ARMAGH 
Ecclesiastical 
Registrar of Marriages - Alexander J. Dobbin, Scotch Street. 

Nobility, Gentry &c. 
Dobbin, Alex. J., Scotch Street. 
Dobbin, Thomas, J.P., Charlemont Place 
Traders 
Dobbin, Robert, publican, Thomas Street. 

1880 
OLDPARK ROAD 
Off Crumlin Road 
Park Lodge 
Dobbin, William, merchant 

1861 
KEARNEY'S BUILDINGS 
Hugh Dobbin, butcher. 

1880 
Dobbin, G., 9 Cromwell Road 
Dobbin, J., 5 Claremont Lane 
Dobbin, James G., & Co., iron mongers, etc., 3 Castle Place 
Dobbin, Mrs. Hamilton, servants' registry & reference office, 15 Seymour Street 
Dobbin, Mrs., 102 Crumlin Place, Crumlin Road 
Dobbin, Thomas, flesher, 82 Bridge End 
Dobbin, William, (of Smithfield Brewing Co. Ltd.), 1 Upper Crescent 
Dobbin, Wm., & Co., grocers, biscuit manufacturers, confectioners & druggists, 45 & 47 North Street 
Dobbin, William, (of Wm. Dobbin & Co.), Park Lodge, Old Park Road

DALY 

1930 
Daly, Chas., grocer, 50 Mervue Street 
Daly, Edw., joiner, 16 Colinpark Street 
Daly, E., grocer, 40, 42. Glenpark Street 
Daly, H., confectioner & tobacconist, 142 Falls Road 
Daly, Jas., traveller, 37 Rockmore Road 
Daly, John, postman, 33 Cavendish Street 
Daly, Mary, draper, 88 Smithfield Market 
Daly, Miss, dress maker, 9 St. James' Road 
Daly, Mrsw., 17 Eglantine Gardens 
Daly, Mrs., 25 Klondyke Street 
Daly, Peter, coach painter, 4 Simpson's Court 
Daly, P., clerk, 20 Parkgate Avenue 
Daly, Saml., motor engineer, 10 Divis Drive 
Daly's Garage, Broadway, Falls Road

DUNWOODY/DUNWOODIE 

1930 
Dunwoodie, Robt. A., 31 Cherryvalley Gardens 
Dunwoody, Alex., cutter, 34 Locan Street 
Dunwoody, Fred., bread server, 95 Euston Street 
Dunwoody, Joseph, 6 Rockview Street 
Dunwoody, J., hackle setter, 22 Windsor Road 
Dunwoody, J., painter, 180 Ormeau Road 
Dunwoody, J. H., plumber, 167a Duncairn Gardens 
Dunwoody, Mrs., 92 Holywood Road 
Dunwoody, Wm., stone cutter, 7 Thistle Street 
Dunwoody, W. J., joiner, 13 Hatfield Street

E
EVANS 

1940 
Meekon Street 
2. Evans, Mrs. Elizabeth


F
FULLALOVE 

1907/1910/1918/1919 
Fullalove, Phillip, commission agent, 29 Bruce Street (1910 to 1919) 
Fullalove, Jas., barber, 20 Charlotte Street ( 1910 to 1919) 
Fullalove, J. W., hairdresser, 2 Newfoundland Street (1910 to 1919) 
Fullalove, Jas., tenter, 29 Charlotte Street (1907 to 1919) 
Fullalove, John, grocer, 12 Bruce Street (1907 to 1919) 

none in alphabetical section 1923/1925/1930/1931 

1940 
Fullalove, E., 519 Oldpark Road (1940 to 1942) 
Fullalove, E. J., 28 Clifton Drive (1940 to 1959)> 
Fullalove, F. H., hairdresser, 26 Beechmount Avenue (1940 to 1959)> 
Fullalove, Mrs., clothes dealer, 4 Smithfield Market (1943 to 1948) gone 1949 
Fullalove, W. J., driver, 45 Highpark Crescent (1953 to 1954) gone 1959 
Fullalove, Paul, bus conductor, 20 Connsbrook Park (1959 ) > 

I stopped at 1959, the )> indicates where

FALCONER 

1907 
Joy Street 
45. Falconer, Miss Blanche

FLEMING 

1907/1910 
Fleming, Wm., blacksmith, 27 Boundary Street



G
GARLAND 

1861-62 
James Garland, 5 Coal Exchange, Queen's Quay, 
216, Agnes Street, Belfast. (Crumlin Road to Shankill Road) 
John Garland, bookkeeper, 174, York Street, Belfast. 

1880 
James Garland, salesman, 54 Melbourne Street, Belfast. 
Peter Garland, traveller, 67 Servia Street, Belfast. 
Eliza Gartland (sic) 200 Agnes Street, Belfast. 

1907 
J. Garland, glazier, 62 City Street, Belfast. 
Miss Garland (Cloneen) - (name or address?) Lansdowne Road, Belfast. 
Mrs. K. Garland, draper, 64 Stranmillis Road, Belfast. 
Wm. Garland, glazier, 86 Clementine Street, Belfast. 
Garland & Biglow, confectioners, 62 Bellevue Gardens, Stranmillis Road. Belfast. 

1910 
Henry Garland, clerk, 54 Pretoria Street, Belfast. 
Miss Garland (Cloneen) Landsdowne Road, Belfast. 
Mrs. K Garland, draper, 64 Stranmillis Road, Belfast. 
W.J. Garland, glazier, 62 City Street, Belfast. 
Garland & Biglow, confectioners, 62 Bellevue Gardens, Stranmillis Road, Belfast.

GRAY 

1923/25/30/31 
Pitt Street 
36. Gray, Chas., labourer 

in 1918/1919 he's listed at number 38 Pitt Street

GREGORY 

1907/1910 gone in 1918 
Harland Street 
Newtownards Road to Foundry Street 
(Ballymacarrett) 
2. Gregory, Jane

GILLEN 

Stanhope Street in 1910 
30. Gillen, Hugh, labourer

GOWDY 

1910 
Rosebank Street 
41. Gowdy, D., street inspector

GEOGHEGAN 

1907 
Banbridge 
Geoghan, S., Loughbrickland 

Loughbrickland 
Farmers 
Geoghegan, John, Legananny 
Geoghegan, Samuel, Legananny 

1910 & 1818 & 1919 
Banbridge 
Geoghegan, The Misses, Loughbrickland 

Loughbrickland 
Farmers 
Geoghegan, John, Legananny (spelt Geoghan 1918-19) 
Geoghegan, Miss, Legananny 
Geoghegan, Samuel, Legananny




H
HOUSTON 

25 & 27 Houston, S., red top manufacturer 

Houston, George, red tape manufacturer, 25 & 27 Melbourne Street

HAMILTON 

1861 Belfast - Hamilton 

H. Hamilton & Co., wholesale grocers, 35 Ann Street - H. Hamilton, 85b Donegall Street, Belfast. 
Hill Hamilton, rent office, 23 Hill Street, Mount Vernon, Belfast. 
James Hamilton, collector, 109 Joy Street, Belfast. 
James Hamilton, attorney, 56 Johnston's buildings and 27 Upper Dominick Street, Dublin. 
James Hamilton & Co., merchants, 20 Corporation Street - J. Hamilton, 186 York Street, Belfast. 
John Hamilton, draftsman, 67 Falls Road, Belfast. 
George Hamilton, cabinetmaker, 19 Bond Street, Belfast. 
John Hamilton, clerk, 32 Pembrooke Place, Belfast. 
John Hamilton, starch manufacturer, 36 and 38 Leadbetter Street and 2 Killen Street, Belfast. 
Margaret Hamilton, shirtmaker, 4 Arthur Lane, Belfast. 
Mr. Hamilton, manager sewed muslin concern, Arthur Place - Malone, Belfast. 
John Hamilton, clerk, 9 Harmony Place, Belfast. 
John Hamilton, clerk, 32 Eliza Street, Belfast. 
Megaw Hamilton & Thompson, general merchants, 12 Corporation Street, Corn Mills, Queen's Quay, Blefast. 
Miss Hamilton, 53 Glengall Street, Belfast. 
Mrs. Hamilton, boarding house, 95 Joy Street, Belfast. 
Joseph Hamilton, sewed muslin agent, 6 Ventry Street, Dublin Road, Belfast. 
Mrs. Hamilton, 3 Antrim Terrace, Belfast. 
R. Hamilton, cork manufacturer, 6 Hercules Street, Belfast. 
Robert Hamilton, engraver, 43 & 45 Castle Street - 3 Ardmoulin Place, Belfast. 
Robert Hamilton, manager for Richardson Bros. & Co. - 4 Henry Street, Belfast. 
Samuel Hamilton, clerk, 12 Upper Townsend Street, Belfast. 
Thomas Hamilton, pipe maker, 41 Winetavern Street, Belfast. 
William Hamilton, cork manufacturer, 6 Hercules Street, Belfast. (rel to R, Hamilton? ) 
William Hamilton, merchant, 35 Ann Street - 137 Ormeau Road, Belfast.( see H. Hamilton & Co. ) 

Ballymena - Hamilton - 1861 

listed under Gentry, Clergy etc 
Jas. Hamilton, surveyor of income tax, Hill Street, Ballymena. 

1880 - Belfast - Hamilton 

Alex Hamilton, engineer, 14 Cosgrove Street, Belfast. 
Andrew Hamilton, commission merchant, 5 Tomb Street; res., 3 Kinnaird Terrace, Belfast. 
Andrew Hamilton, agent for the city of Glasgow Friendly Society, 160 Old Lodge Road, Belfast. 
Andrew Hamilton, rent agent and account collector, 107 Donegall Street, Belfast. 
David Hamilton, bookkeeper, 23 Bentinck Street, Belfast. 
E. Hamilton of Ellis & Co., 7 Bath Street, Bath. 
Fras. Hamilton, boilermaker, 273 York Street, Belfast. 
Fras. Hamilton, clerk, 22 Glenalpin Street, Belfast. 
F. Hamilton, boot & shoemaker, 12 Church Lane, Belfast. 
Girdwood Hamilton & Co., linen merchants, 9 Donegall Square West, Belfast. 
Geo. R. Hamilton, commission agent, 107 Donegall Street, res., 15 Brookfield Place, Belfast. 
G. Hamilton, head clerk, Wolfhill Mill, Ligoniel. 
H. Hamilton, commission agent, 10 Abercorn Cottages, Belfast. 
Henry Hamilton, shopman, 52 Wall Street, Belfast. 
HUGH HAMILTON, Auctioneer, Valuator and Commission Agent; Agent for Thompson & Co., Tobacco Manufacturers, Dublin, 39 & 41 Ann Street; res., 13 University Square, Belfast (they have an advert at the front of the directory) 
James Hamilton, warehouseman, 21 Weir Street, Belfast. 
James Hamilton, clerk, 1 Lavinia Street, Belfast. 
Jas. Hamilton, collector, Gas Office, 113 Joy Street, Belfast. 
Jas. Hamilton, lamp inspector, 81 Auburn Terrace, Belfast. 
J. Hamilton, preparing master, 8 Townsend Street, Belfast. 
James Hamilton, ironmonger, 39 Posnett Street, Belfast. 
J. Hamilton, spirit dealer, 40 Great Georges Street, Belfast. 
James Hamilton, 6 Second Street, Belfast. 
James Hamilton, tenter, 113 Grosvenor Street, Belfast. 
James Hamilton, grocer, 16 Little Victoria Street, Belfast. 
J. Hamilton, ships carpenter, 16 Earl Street, Belfast. 
Jas. Hamilton, grocer, 66 Byron Street, Belfast. 
Jas. Hamilton, tobacco pipe manufacturer, 25 Winetavern Street, Belfast. 
Jas. Hamilton, grocer, 31 Bruce Street, Belfast. 
Jas. Hamilton, ship carpenter, 10 Sarah Street, Belfast. 
James Hamilton, gardiner, 19 Meadowbank Street, Belfast. 
John Hamilton, customs, 80 Mount Street, Belfast. 
John Hamilton, clerk, 43 duncairn Street, Belfast. 
John Hamilton, draughtsman, 140 Falls Road, Belfast. 
John Hamilton, painter, 20 Beresford Street, Belfast. 
J. Hamilton, carpenter, 24 Northumberland Street, Belfast. 
John Hamilton, salesman, 43 Auburn Street, Belfast. 
J. H. Hamilton, grocer, 28 Twickenham Street, Belfast. 
J. Hamilton, starchworks, 36 to 40 Leadbetter Street, Belfast. 
Margaret Hamilton, 24 Beresford Street, Belfast. 
Megaw Hamilton & Thompson, grain merchants, 12 & 14 Corporation Street; stores, 3, 4 & 5 Princes Dock, and 5 Grattan Street, Belfast. 
Sir James Hamilton, JP, ( of Hamilton, Megaw & Thompson) 2 Crumlin Terrace, Crumlin Road, Belfast. 
Miss. Hamilton, Mount Vernon Shore Road, Belfast. 
Miss Hamilton, 9 Duncairn Terrace, Duncairn Street, Belfast. 
Miss Hamilton, 18 Beech Street, Belfast. 
Mrs. Eliza Hamilton, 3 Antrim Terrace, Belfast. 
Mrs. Hamilton, 33 Claremount Street, Belfast. 
Mrs. Hamilton, tobacco pipe manufacturer, 41 & 43 Winetavern Street, Belfast. 
Mrs. E Hamilton, 2 Antrim Terrace, Belfast. 
O. Hamilton, foreman, 76 Northumberland Street, Belfast. 
Rev, George Hamilton, incumbent of St. Matthews Church; res., 93 St. Mary's Tarrace, Belfast. 
Rev. Thomas Hamilton, MA, York Street Presbyterian Church; res., Brookvale House, Cliftonville Avenue, Belfast. 
Rev. T. R. Hamilton, MA, incumbent of St. Mark's Church; Strandtown; res., Albert Villa, Strandtown. 
Richard Hamilton, corkcutter, 8 Hercules Street, res., 64 Israel Street, Belfast. 
Robert Hamilton, butcher, 220b Shankill Road, Belfast. 
Robert Hamilton, grocer, 51 Beresford Street, Belfast. 
Robert Hamilton, 3 Ardmoulin Place, Divis Street, Belfast. 
Robert Hamilton, carpenter, 43 Abbotts Street, Belfast. 
Robert Hamilton, 79 Cyptus Terrace, Belfast. 
R. L. Hamilton, JP, ( of Richardson Bros. & Co. ) Lismore, Windsor Avenue, Belfast. 
R. M. Hamilton, traveller, 63 Riga Street, Belfast. 
Samuel Hamilton, carrier, 51 & 53 Annette Street, Belfast. 
Samuel Hamilton, watchmaker, jeweller and optician, 13 Cromac Street, Belfast. 
S. Hamilton, credit draper, 13 Little Hamilton Street, Belfast. 
Thomas Hamilton, auditor's clerk, 26 Tyne Cottages, Castlereagh Street, Belfast. 
T.J. Hamilton, cork merchant, 10 St. James Street, Belfast. 
W.J. Hamilton, linen merchant, Linen Hall, Belfast. 
William Hamilton, car owner, 96 Utility Street, Belfast. 
William Hamilton, boarding house, 45 North Queen Street, Belfast. 
William Hamilton, boot and shoe warehouse, 73 North Street, Belfast. 
W.J. Hamilton ( of Glenalena Bleaching Co. ) linen merchant, Linen Hall; res., Wellington Park, Belfast. 
William Hamilton, chemist, 12 Sheridan Street, Belfast. 
William Hamilton, butcher, 102 Divis Street, Belfast. 
W.T. Hamilton, salesman, 38 Granville Terrace, Magdala Street, Belfast. 
W.H. Hamilton, cattle dealer, 4 Reilly's Place, Belfast. 

Country Residents 

Miss Hamilton, Mountvernon, Shore Road. 
R. L. Hamilton, JP, Lismore, Windsor Avenue. 
Rev. Thomas Hamilton, Brookvale House. 
Rev. T. R. Hamilton, Strandtown. 
Mrs. Hamilton, Sydenham Park. 
Mrs. Hamilton, Seaview Terrace, Strandtown. 
Young Hamilton, Seaview Terrace, Whiteabbey.

HACKETT 


1907/10/18/19/23/25/30/31 
Hackett, Elizabeth, nurse, 159 Albertbridge Road (1907 to 1910) not there 1918 
Hackett, Patk., R.I.C., 6 Whitehall Parade (gone 1910) 
Hackett, Thos., baker, 10 Queen Victoria Street (1907 to 1925) 
Hackett, Wm., R.I.C., 6 Pim Street (1907 to 1910) not there 1918 (back again 1923/1925/1930 and he's moved R.U.C., 49 Lisbrun Road) 
Hackett, A., draper, 35 Springfield Road (1925 to 1931) gone 1940 
Hackett, Edith, 59 Cavendish Street (1930/1931) gone 1940 
Hackett, Miss, 17 Cranmore Gardens (1930 to 1945) gone 1948 
Hackett, J. E., civil servant, 30 Willowbank Gardens (1940 to 1959) 
Hackett, Thomas, R.U.C., 9 Penge Gardens (1940 to 1959)> 
Hackett, M. A., 3 Mountcharles (1943 to 1945) gone 1948 
Hackett, Mrs., 13 Mountcharles (1945 to 1945) gone 1948 
Hackett, Teresa, 15 Beechmount Street (1948 to 1959)> 
Hackett, Miss Annie V., 541 Antrim Road/14 Finaghy Park C. (1949 to 1959)> 
Hackett, Mrs. Elizabeth, 17 Westrock Drive (1951) gone 1953 

1918/1923/1925/1930/1931/1940/1941/1942/1943 (gone 1945, theres a Mrs. Alice Trainor there in 1945) 
Hackett, Francis, labourer 
24 Cinnamond Street 

I stopped at 1959, the )> indicates where





K
KELLY 

1907 
Kelly, John, publican and grocer, 10, 12 Library Street Upper 
Kelly, John, spirit grocer, 197 Grosvenor Road 
Kelly, John, clerk, 10 Leitrim Street 
Kelly, John, boot maker, 317 Beersbridge Road 
Kelly, John, grocer, 165 Lisburn Road 
Kelly, John, dealer, 10 Catherine Street North 
Kelly, Jno., spirit merchant, 106 Bridge End 
Kelly, John, publican, 14 Beechfield Street 
Kelly, John, grocer, Ranfurlt Place, 54 Belmont Road 
Kelly, John, tobacconist, 104 Bridge End 
Kelly, John, manager, 21 Haypark Avenue 
Kelly, John, butler, 9 Riversdale Street 
Kelly, John, compositor, 86 Templemore Avenue 
Kelly, John, & Sons, publicans, 72 Corporation Street 
Kelly, John, publican, 104 to 108 Bridge end 
Kelly, John, hackle maker, 57 Wall Street 
Kelly, John, assistant manager, Athletic Stores, 71 Madrid Street 
Kelly, John, fitter, 36 Grace Avenue 
Kelly, J., bottle maker, 18 St. Alban's Gardens 
Kelly, J., stone cutter, 6 London Road 
Kelly, H., draper, 201 New Lodge Road 
Kelly, J., care taker, 30 Kilmood Street 
Kelly, J., retired Major, 179 Duncairn Gardens 
Kelly, J., Sergeant, R.I.C., 71 Limestone Road 
Kelly, J. & M., spirit grocers, 38 Ohio Street, 135 and 159 Durham Street, 
17 Willow Street, 15, 17 Hutchinson Street and 96 Ravenhill Road 
Kelly, J. & P., spirit grocers, 22 Vernon Street 
Kelly, Mrs. John, Bellavale, Castlereagh Street 
Kelly, Redfern J., engineer to the Belfast Harbour Commissioners, Dalriade, Malone Park 
Kelly, Saml. J. engineer, 199 Ainsworth Avenue

KEENAN 

1949 :- 
Keenan, Alex., storeman, 238 Tate's Avenue 
Keenan, Denis, 32 Shaftesbury Avenue 
Keenan, E. & H., 112 & 114 York Street 
Keenan, Henry, clerk, 156 Circular Road West 
Keenan, Hugh, caulker, 11 Newtownards Road Upper 
Keenan, Hugh, spirit merchant, 164 & 166 Ravenhill Road 
Keenan, James, clerk, 18 Holland Gardens 
Keenan, James, fitter, 3 Hillsborough Drive 
Keenan, John, insurance agent, 36 Hamilton Street 
Keenan, John, clerk, 15 Bramcote Street 
Keenan, J., 53a Kensington Road 
Keenan, J., publican, 16 Russell Street 
Keenan, J. J., M.B., B.Ch., 150 Donegall Pass and 76 South Parade 
Keenan, J. P., assistant agent, 15 St. James's Road 
Keenan, Miss, 55 Cooke Street 
Keenan, Miss, 553 Ormeau Road 
Keenan, Miss Elizabeth, 13 Cliftonpark Avenue 
Keenan, Miss, E., 14 Yarrow Street 
Keenan, Miss, M., 197 Oldpark Road 
Keenan, Mrs., 85 Newtownards Road Upper 
Keenan, Mrs., 57 Fortwilliam Crescent 
Keenan, Mrs., 29 Sandhurst Drive 
Keenan, Mrs. Margaret, 62 Percy Street 
Keenan, Mrs. Mary, 12 St. Jude's Avenue 
Keenan, Mrs. M. A., 20 Halliday's Road 
Keenan, Patrick, postal official, 24 St. Meryl Park 
Keenan, Patrick, joiner, 17 Elmgrove Street 
Keenan, Patrick F., editor, 15 Kinnaird Terrace 
Keenan, Paul, spirit merchant, 2 Milford Street 
Keenan, Paul, spirit merchant, 76 & 78 Pound Street 
Keenan, Phillip, 31 Lavinia Street 
Keenan, Robert, printer, 61 Mountview Street 
Keenan, Robert, bread server, 91 Killowen Street 
Keenan, Robert, plater's helper, 39 Templemore Avenue 
Keenan, R. D., 60 Kansas Avenue 
Keenan, Thomas, clerk, 36 Glen Road 
Keenan, Thomas, merchant, 8 Parkmount Road 
Keenan, T., iron moulder, 147 My Lady's Road 
Keenan, T., & Sons, Ltd., rope and twine manufacturers, 26 Donegall Street 
Keenan, T., & Son, fish merchants, 62 to 66 Oxford Street 
Keenan, William, 583 Donegall Road 
Keenan, William J., clerk, 58 Onslow Parade 

1954 :-Keenan, Alexander, storeman, 39a Arney Close 
Keenan, Alex., storeman, 238 Tate's Avenue 
Keenan, B. R., 76 (2) Eglantine Avenue 
Keenan, Denis, 32 Shaftesbury Avenue 
Keenan, Edward, publican, 39 Cliftondene Gardens 
Keenan, E. & H., spirit merchants, 296 & 298 Ormeau Road 
Keenan, George, clerk, 3 Cadogan Street 
Keenan, George, oiler, 32 Westrock Drive 
Keenan, George, electrician, 15 Tudor Drive 
Keenan, G., fish monger, Ballyclare Road 
Keenan, Henry, clerk, 156 Circular Road West 
Keenan, Henry, publican, 18 Farnham Street 
Keenan, Hugh, spirit merchant, 164 & 166 Ravenhill Road 
Keenan, Hugh, publican, 39 Galwally Park 
Keenan, James, 18 Holland Gardens 
Keenan, James, fitter, 62 Percy Street 
Keenan, James, fitter, 3 Hillsborough Drive 
Keenan, James J., foreman, 21 Bearnagh Drive 
Keenan, John, director, 7 Kensington Road 
Keenan, J., clerk, 236 Castlereagh Road 
Keenan, J., 53a Kensington Road 
Keenan, J., publican, 16 Russell Street 
Keenan, J. J., M.B., 150 Donegall Pass and 76 South Parade 
Keenan, J. P., assistant agent, 15 St. James's Road 
Keenan, Miss, 55 Cooke Street 
Keenan, Miss, 553 Ormeau Road 
Keenan, Miss Elizabeth, 13 Cliftonpark Avenue 
Keenan, Miss E., 583 Donegall Road 
Keenan, Miss M., confectioner, 197 Oldpark Road 
Keenan, Mrs., 29 Sandhurst Drive 
Keenan, Mrs. Elizabeth, 40 Howard Street North 
Keenan, Mrs. Mary A., 91 Killowen Street 
Keenan, Mrs. M. A., 20 Halliday's Road 
Keenan, Mrs. M. J., 85 Newtownards Road Upper 
Keenan, Mrs. Teresa, 36 Hamilton Street 
Keenan, Patrick, postal officer, 24 St. Meryl Park 
Keenan, Patrick, joiner, 17 Elmgrove Street 
Keenan, Paul, publican, 75 Rushfield Avenue 
Keenan, Phillip, baker, 31 Lavinia Street 
Keenan, P., P.O. official, 72 Bingnian Drive 
Keenan, P., publican, 2 & 2a Lavinia Street 
Keenan, Robert, printer, 61 Mountview Street 
Keenan, Robert, plater's helper, 39 Templemore Avenue 
Keenan, R. D., P.O. worker, 60 Kansas Avenue 
Keenan, Thomas, clerk, 36 Glen Road (Falls) 
Keenan, Thomas, railway official, 69 Agincourt Avenue 
Keenan, Thomas, merchant, 8 Parkmount Road 
Keenan, T., 147 My Lady's Road 
Keenan, T., & Son, fish merchants, 62 to 66 Oxford Street. T.N.s: 29406-7; Home 29098 
Keenan, T., & Sons Ltd., rope and twine manufacturers, 61 Donegall Street 
Keenan, William J., clerk, 58 Onslow Parade 
Keenan, Wm., 56 Glenalina Park 
Keenan, Wm. J., bus conductor, 4 Waveney Park

KIRKWOOD 

1843 
Kirkwood, James, Baker, 60 Peter's Hill. 
Kirkwood, William, Saddler, 28 Mill Street. 
Kirkwood, Thomas, grocer, 17 Cromac Street. 
Kirkwood, Alexander, 16 King Street. 

1843 
Cromac Street 
Great Edward Street 
17. Thomas Kirkwood, Grocer. 

1861 
Kirkwood, ?, in Mrs. Coates', Castle Street. 
Kirkwood, Mr., clerk, 68 Earl Street. 
Kirkwood, A., linen buyer, 45 Victoria Terrace. 

1861 
SHIP STREET 
York Street to Garmoyle Street 
12 Thomas Kirkwood, plasterer. 

1861 
SACKVILLE STREET 
off Melbourne Street 
36 Mrs. Kirkwood. 

1861 
AGNES STREET 
Crumlin Road to Shankill Road 
161 Edward Kirkwood, mechanic 

1861 
FIFTH STREET 
off North Howard Street 
42 James Kirkwood, mechanic 

1861 
Ballynafeigh 
Ormeau Bridge to Newtownbreda - New Road, right side. 
William Kirkwood, saddler. 


1880 
ANDERSONSTOWN 
Co. Antrim 
About three miles from Belfast 
Kirkwood, Hugh, Roseland, farmer 
Kirkwood, James, Dahlia Lodge, farmer 
Kirkwood, Thomas, Roseland, farmer 

Surviving 1851 Census Returns of Ireland - Carncastle Parish - 
Lisnahay North Townland 363 County Antrim Parish: Carncastle Townland: 
Lisnahay North Date Census Returns Taken: 9 April 1851 
2. DAVID KIRKWOOD, 38 (Head) [Married 1841] - SHOE MAKER (Antrim) (R/W) 
JANE KIRKWOOD, 40 (Wife) [Married 1841] - SEWER (Antrim) (R) 
ELIZABETH KIRKWOOD, 7 (Daughter) [Unmarried] - NONE (Antrim) 


http://web.archive.org/web/20070304072151/http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~rosdavies/index.html 
Miss. . KIRKWOOD . Down of Saul St, Downpatrick ; the district nurse in 1900 POD 
Mr. . KIRKWOOD . Newry of Edward Street; charity donation in 1836 V3 p99,103 OSM 
Alexander KIRKWOOD . Holywood of Ballycultra ;leased a house & 65 acres in 1863 from rep. Robert S. Kennedy GV 
Edward Henry KIRKWOOD . Holywood of Kinnegar; a clerk; husband of Elizabeth Graham ;father of Maud Eveline bpt. 1902 at 1st Holywood Presbyterian Church PR 
Mrs. Eliza KIRKWOOD . Kilmore of Tullynacree; wife of William who d. 1868; mother of George; buried Inch graveyard MID p 92 
Miss Elizabeth KIRKWOOD . Drumgooland regt. Ballyward; wife of Andrew Hanna; mother of Emma Maud Mary b. 1869 & Edith Amelia Millicent b. 1871 CR 
Miss Elizabeth KIRKWOOD . Moira mother of Robert Cousins Kirkwood b. 16 Jan 1868 CR 
Miss Ellen KIRKWOOD . Moira wife of John Brown; mother of Alexander b. 1868 & Isabella b. 1869 & Mary Ann b. 1871 CR 
George KIRKWOOD . Kilmore died 1924; son of William & Eliza; buried Inch graveyard MID p 92 
Hugh KIRKWOOD . Knockbreda regt. Castlereagh; husband of Margaret Keavey; father of Mary b. 26 Oct 1869 CR 
Rev. J. KIRKWOOD . Kilcoo raised money to build a better Methodist Church in Newcastle 26 May 1926 DR* 
Miss Jane KIRKWOOD . Holywood wife of Hugh Baird; mother of Alexander bapt. 1860 & William John bapt. 1863 & Isaac bapt. 1868 at 1st Holywood Presbyterian CR; PR 
Miss. Janet KIRKWOOD . Magheradrool married James Brown , Thursday 20 May 1703 1 at Ballynahinch Presbyterian Church by Rev William Reid BPCR 
John KIRKWOOD . Loughinisland in Farranfad, leased a house & 15 & 6 acres from H.W. Meredyth in 1863 GV 
John KIRKWOOD . Newry of 23 Upper North St, Newry; a glass, china & earthenware dealer in 1846 POD 
Miss Mary KIRKWOOD . Belfast PR 
Miss. Mary Elizabeth KIRKWOOD . Belfast & 
Holywood daughter of Thomas Kirkwood, a bookkeeper; married William James Shaw 29 Mar 1893 at Linenhall Presbyterian Church, Belfast; mother of Mary Elizabeth Kirkwood; father of twins, Albert Edward & Francis herbert bpt. 1899 & Susannah Walker bpt. 1901 & Mary Elizabeth bpt. 1903 at 1st Holywood Presbyterian Church PR 
Miss Mary Anne KIRKWOOD . Down regt. Downpatrick; wife of Alexander Nesbitt; mother of John Alexander b. 1874 CR 
Miss Mary KIRKWOOD . Dromara wife of James Kennedy; mother of Francis Samuel b. 1866 CR 
Miss Mary KIRKWOOD . Hillsborough of Lisadian; wife of Henry Archer; mother of Jane b. 1869 CR 
Miss Mary KIRKWOOD . Knockbreda regt. Ballymacarret; wife of James Millis; mother of Eliza Ann b. 1868 CR 
Robert KIRKWOOD . Co. Down a fitter aged 20; arrived in Nelson , New Zealand on board 'Hannibal ' (1191 tons)on 9 Jun 1875; left London 11 Mar 1875 under Capt. Brown PL/DP 
William KIRKWOOD . Kilmore of Tullynacree; d. 1868 aged 58; husband of Eliza; father of George; left a will; a farmer; buried Inch graveyard MID p92 
William KIRKWOOD . Knockbreda regt. Castlereagh; husband of Mary Anne Perry; father of William John b. 8 Mar 1870 & William James b. 15 Dec 1871 (sic) CR 

Glenravel - Clifton Street Cemetery 
Registry pdf 
July 18 1847 
Jane Kirkwood 
(Fever) 
Aged 24 
Wife of William Kirkwood 
Henry Place 
Born at and came from Castlereagh, family living in 
Belfast, died in Fever Hospital 
Buried in Stranger’s Ground 

July 17 1849 
Sarah Kirkwood 
(Cholera) 
Widow of [ ] Kirkwood 
100 Cromac Street 
Born in and came from Edinboro, on a visit to her 
son-in-law Peter Pelling 
Platform B Grave Number 36 

Belfast Timeline pdf 
January 1887 
Jane McTier and Clyde Kirkwood Weldon were charged 
with firing a loaded revolver at the dwelling house of 
Bridget Fearon of Saunderson Street. They were both 
returned for trial at the Assizes 

Belfast Weekly News January 5 1895: 
Deaths: 
KIRKWOOD: December 27, at Monkshill, Ballygomartin, Mary, beloved wife of James Kirkwood. 
KIRKWOOD: December 28, at his residence, Robert Kirkwood, Grocer and Feuar 

http://web.archive.org/web/20070304072151/http://www.proni.gov.uk/freeholders/search.asp 
Result 1 Kirkwood Samuel Corclea ARM/5/2/13 
Result 2 Kirkwood Samuel Corclea ARM/5/2/17 
Result 3 Kirkwood John Newry ARM/5/2/17 
Result 4 Kirkwood Samuel Corclea ARM/5/2/1 
Result 5 Kirkwood Samuel Corclea ARM/5/2/1 
Result 6 Kirkwood John Carrickcloghan D/1928/F/103 
Result 7 Kirkwood Samuel Corclea D/1928/F/32 
Result 8 Kirkwood Samuel Corclea D/1928/F/42 
Result 9 Kirkwood John Newry D/1928/F/44 
Result 10 Kirkwood James Barrack Street D/2472/1 
Result 11 Kirkwood Hugh Castle Street D/2472/1 
Result 12 Kirkwood Hugh Castle Street D/2472/1 
Result 13 Kirkwood Hugh Castle Street D/2966/5/1 
Result 14 Kirkwood James Barrack Street D/2966/5/1 
Result 15 Kirkwood Thomas Aughnacloy D/654/A3/1B 
Result 16 Kirkwood Robert Aughnacloy D/654/A3/1B 
Result 17 Kirkwood Alexander Cultra D/654/A3/1B 
Result 18 Kirkwood Alexander Cultra D/654/A3/1B 
Result 19 Kirkwood Alexander Cultra D/654/A3/1B 
Result 20 Kirkwood Alexander Cultra D/654/A3/1B 
Result 21 Kirkwood Thomas Fishersquarter D/654/A3/1B 
Result 22 Kirkwood Thomas Annacloy D/654/A3/1F 
Result 23 Kirkwood Samuel Annacloy D/654/A3/1F 
Result 24 Kirkwood Alexander Cultra D/654/A3/1N 
Result 25 Kirkwood John Hollymount D/654/A3/1P 
Result 26 Kirkwood George Hollymount D/654/A3/1P 
Result 27 Kirkwood Thomas Fishers Quarter DOW/5/3/1 
Result 28 Kirkwood Thomas Ballygowan DOW/5/3/2 
Result 29 Kirkwood Lowther Owengallis T/1522/1 
Result 30 Kirkwood Thomas Annacloy T/2771/8A 
Result 31 Kirkwood Samuel Annacloy T/2771/8A 
Result 32 Kirkwood James Barrack Street T/516 
Result 33 Kirkwood Hugh Castle Street T/516 
Result 34 Kirkwood John Kellybrackan T/543/1 
Result 35 Kirkwood Samuel Annacloy T/761/19 
Result 36 Kirkwood Thomas Annacloy T/761/19 
Result 37 Kirkwood John Newry T/808/14934 
Result 38 Kirkwood Samuel Corclea T/808/14934 
Result 39 Kirkwood John Mullaglass T/808/14936 
Result 40 Kirkwood Archibald Corclea T/808/14961 
Result 41 Kirkwood Samuel Corclea T/808/14961 
Result 42 Kirkwood John Traintaunavinny T/808/14999 
Result 43 Kirkwood William Arnagunna T/808/14999

KERRY/KEERY 

1907 
Keery, John, confectioner, 54 Ambleside Street 
Keery, John, mechanic, 60 Paxton Street 
no Kerrys at all in alphabetical section 

in 1907 
Lisburn 
Keery, Abraham, Old Castle Bar, Bridge Street 
Keery, George, tinsmith, Chapel Hill 

Lisburn 
same 2 Keerys in 1910 
McKeown, John, auctioneer, Bow Street 

1918 
Lisburn 
just George Keery, tinsmith, the other is gone


L
LILY/LILLY/LILLEY 

1907 
Lily, W. H., labourer, 63 Foyle Street (Old park Road to Barrow Street) 

1910 
Lily, W. H., labourer, 63 Foyle Street (Oldpark Road to Barrow Street) 

1918 
Lilley, W. H., labourer, 63 Foyle Street (Oldpark Road to Barrow Street) (Clifton Ward, North Par. Div.) 

1919 
Lilley, W. H., labourer, 63 Foyle Street (Oldpark Road to Barrow Street) (Clifton Ward, Shankhill Parliamentary Division) 

1923 
Lilley, W. H., labourer, 63 Foyle Street 

1925 
Lilley, W. H., labourer, 63 Foyle Street 

1930 
Lilley, W. H., labourer 63 Foyle Street 

1931 
Lilley, W. H., labourer, 63 Foyle Street

LOWRY 

1907 
Arkwright Street 
30. Lowry, Jos., labourer 

Thomas Street, North 
14. Lowry, John, seaman 

1910 
Thomas Street, North 
14. Lowry, John, seaman 

1918 
Arkwright Street 
34. Lowry, Wm. J., painter 
36. Lowry, David, printer 

1923 
Arkwright Street 
34. Lowry, Wm. J., painter 
36. Lowry, David, printer 

1925 
Arkwright Street 
34. Lowry, Wm. J., painter 
36. Lowry, David, printer 

1930 
Arkwright Street 
34. Lowry, Mrs. 

1931 
Arkwright Street 
34. Lowry, Mrs 

1945 
Thomas Street North 
41. Lowry, Mrs. 

1948 
Thomas Street North 
41. Lowry, Mrs. 

1951 
Thomas Street, North 
41. Lowry, Mrs. Isobel 

1954 
Thomas Street North 
41. Lowry, Mrs. Isobel 

1959 
Thomas Street North 
41. Lowry, Thomas, watchman

LYND 

1925 
Palmer Street 
25. Lynd, Isabella 

1930 
Palmer Street 
25. Lynd, Isabella 

1931 
Palmer Street 
25. Lynd, Isabella


M
MUSSEN 

1907 
Cupar Street 
112. Mussen, Margaret 

1910 
Cupar Street 
110. Mussen, W. J., labourer 

1940/41/42/43/45/48 (gone 1949) 
Cumberland Street 
33. Mussen, Joseph, labourer

MURRAY 

1918 
Cupar Street 
130, Murray, James 

1861 - Belfast - Murray 

Murray & Quinn, spirit dealers, 2 and 4 Hercules Street and 1 Berry Street, Belfast. 
Anne Murray, tobacco manufactory, 8 Calender Street & 25 Arthur Street, Belfast. 
Catherine Murray, dressmaker, 24 Lagan Street, Belfast. 
Charles Murray, grocer, 106 Henry Street, Belfast. 
Dr. Murray, surgeon and licentiate apothecary, 6 Albert Terrace, Belfast. 
Danirl Murray, proprietor Ballymacarrett Lime Works, Lagan Village, Ballymacarrett. 
Danirl Murray, spirit dealer, Lagan Village. 
Dr. Murray, surgeon, Bridge End, Ballymacarrett. 
Dr. Murray, 2 Ardmoulin Street, Belfast. 
George Murray & Co., wholesale grocers and tobacconists, 11 Queens Square, Belfast. 
James Murray, upholsterer, 87 Academy Street, Belfast. 
Henry Murray, grocer, 118 Falls Road, Belfast. 
Henry Murray, bookkeeper, 37 Athol Street, Belfast. 
J.J. Murray, merchant tailor, 33 Donegall Street, Belfast. 
James Murray, wholesale stationer, 69 & 71 Victoria Street - 67 Great Victoria Street, Belfast. 
John Murray, brewer, 6 College Place, North, Belfast. 
A. Murray, marine dealer, 12 Lower Kent Street, Belfast. 
Mrs. Murray, Malone Cottages, Belfast. 
Owen Murray, grocer and provision dealer, 18 North Thomas Street, Belfast. 
Owen Murray, ship owner and grocer, 28 Green Street, Belfast. 
Owen Murray, 4 Coal Exchange Office, Queens Quay, Belfast. 
Patrick Murray, lime burner, Antrim Road, - Lagan Village. 
Robert Murray, dyer, 9 Arthur Square, Belfast. 
William Murray, grocer, 38 and 40 West Street, Belfast. 
Henry Murray, in A.T. Stewarts, James Street South, 77 Great Victoria Street, Belfast. 
Daniel Murray, marine store, 83 and 85 Corporation Street, Belfast. 
William Murray, master mariner, 4 Woodstock, Ballymacarrett. 

Ballymena - 1861 - Murray 

no Murrays 

1880 - Belfast - Murray 

Andrew Murray, cigarette maker 89 McClure Street, Belfast. 
A. Murray, waste paper dealer, 5 Queen Street, Belfast. 
Arthur Murray, bank clerk, 2 River Terrace, Belfast. 
Daniel Murray, builder, 2 Stormount Street; res., 8 Castlereagh Avenue, Belfast. 
Daniel Murray, cabinet maker, 12 Lytle Street, Belfast. ( tis Lyle but spelt Lytle in index, an old typo ) 
Daniel Murray, draper, 40 Lagan Street, Belfast. 
Goodlate Murray MD, 3 College Square East, Belfast. 
Henry Murray MD, 3 College Square East, Belfast. 
H, Murray, spiritdealer, 74 Cullingtree Road, Belfast. 
Hugh Murray, spirit dealer, 24 Quadrant Street, Belfast. 
H. Murray, spirit dealer, 22 Great Georges Street, Belfast. 
H. Murray, linen merchant, 51 Great Victoria Street, Belfast. 
James Murray, shipowner, 35 Bridge End, Belfast. 
James Murray, painter, 27 Lady Street, Belfast. 
J. Murray, school teacher, 37 Albert Crescent, Belfast. 
John Murray, carrier, 42 California Street, Belfast. 
John Murray, butcher, Little Patrick Street, Belfast. 
John Murray, gentleman, 223 Grosvenor Street, Belfast./ 
John Murray, dealer, 12 Princes Street, Belfast. 
Miss Murray, dress and mantle maker, 89 Hanover Street, Belfast. 
Mrs. Murray, Fortwilliam, Shore Road, Belfast. 
Mrs. Catherine Murray, 27 Linenhall Street, Belfast. 
P. Murray & Co., clothiers, 4 Chapel Lane, Belfast. 
Robert Murray, solk and woollen dyer and cleaner, 9 Arthur Square, Belfast. 
Robert Murray & Co., binders & packing case makers, 37 College Street, Belfast. 
Robert Murray ( of R. Murray & Co. ) 134 Albion Place, Belfast. 
Robert Murray, ship carpenter, 2 Tramway Street, Belfast. 
Samuel Murray, mechanic, 43 Short Strand, Belfast. 
Samuel H. Murray, bookkeeper, 6 St. James Street, Belfast. 
Murray Sons & Co., tobacco & snuff manufacturers, 23 Arthur Street, Belfast. 
Thomas Murray, grocer, 98 New Lodge Road, Belfast. 
William Murray, mechanic, 23 Anderson Street, Belfast. 
William Murray, flax buyer, 34 Eglinton Street, Belfast. 
William Murray, engineer, 118 Falls Road, Belfast. 
Wm. Murray, foreman, 8 Dagmar Street, Belfast. 
Wm. G. Murray, cashier, 35 Westmoreland Street, Belfast. 

1880 - Ballymena - Murray 

Clergy Gentry & co 
Rev, John W. Murray, LL.D., The Rectory 

Country Residents 

Mrs. Murray, Strandtown Villa, Strandtown. 
Mrs. Murray, Fortwilliam, Shore Road. 
Robert Murray, Fortwilliam Park.

MURPHY 

1907 
Murphy, Peter, clerk, 17 London Road (1910) gone 1918 nothing in alpahbetical section either 
Murphy, Peter, engineer, 15 Dunvegan Street (gone 1910)

MOORE 

1925/30/31 
Limehill Street 
20. Armstrong, Mrs. Cthne. 

1940/41/42/43/45/48/49/50 
Limehill Street 
20. Moore, Mrs. 

1951/53/54/59 
Limehill Street 
20. Moore, Mrs. Annie

MARTIN 

1918 
Lisvarna 
12. Martin, Henry, of H. & J. Martin Ltd., contractors

MITCHELL 

1918 
Windsor Avenue 
Mitchell, Captain Wm. G.