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1861 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1877 - 1880 - 1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1910 - 1918   street directories
1913 Tel. directory     1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)    1894 Waterford Directory     1898 Newry Directory

 

STREETS - ALPHABETICALLY

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( A ) ( B ) ( C ) ( D ) ( E ) ( F ) ( G ) ( H ) ( I & J ) ( K ) ( L ) ( M ) ( N ) ( O ) ( P ) ( Q ) ( R ) ( S ) ( T ) ( U ) ( V ) ( W ) ( Y )

LAGAN LANE
off Lagan Street

twenty six small houses

LAGAN PLACE NORTH
New Street in May's Fields, not yet built

LAGAN PLACE SOUTH
New Street in May's Fields, not yet built

LAGAN STREET
off Cromac Street

   1  Thomas Kilmartin, spirit dealer, Cromac Street.
   3  Mrs. Jane Moore.
   5  Yard.
   7  Wm. Anderson, labourer.
   9  Thomas Canulty, shoe maker.
 11  James Carlisle, tailor.
  "    David Milford, boat man.
 13  Wm. Lindsay, grocer and provision dealer.
 15  Mrs. McCormick.
 17  Robert Connolly, labourer.
 19  Jas. & John McKenna, grocers and spirit dealers.
 21  Patrick Denvir, carpenter.
 23  John McChesney.
 25  John Johnston, wood turner.
 27  Alex. Gibson, labourer
 29  Wm. Hobson, painter.
 31  Mrs. Fullerton.
 33  Edward Hagan, labourer.
 35  David Nevin, car owner.
 37  VACANT
 39  Charles Murphy, gardener.
 41  James Scullion, turner.
 43  Robert Graham, labourer.
 45  Wm. Craig, sawyer.
 47  Wallace McMurray, carpenter.
 49  John Carroll, coach maker.
 51  James Wilson, labourer.
 53  Henry Jameson, labourer.
55&57  VACANT
 59  VACANT
 61  Hugh Cunningham, labourer.
 63  Patrick Strain, master mariner.
 65  James Ritchie, carpenter.
 67  James Brown, porter.
 68  Mrs. Topping.
 66  George Wilson, labourer.
 64  Thomas Hoy, cook.
 62  John Saunders, carpenter.
 60  Eliza Wilson.
 58  William Robinson, gardener.
 56  John Morrow, carpenter.
 54  Edward Glennon, coach painter.
 52  Thomas Lowry, carpenter.
  "    Joseph Croft, builder.
 50  Martin Watson, carpenter.
 48  Hugh Mack, labourer.
 46  James Barr, dealer.
 44  Andrew Martin, labourer.
 42  John McAreavy.
 40  Felix McManus, tailor.
 38  Robert Query, labourer.
 36  Edward Brannigan, sailor.
 34  Catherine Murray, dress maker.
 32  Joseph Carland, pork cutter.
 30  Gilbert Johnston, labourer.
 28  Jas. Parkinson, porter in Ulster Bank.
 26  Wm. Toker, boiler maker.
 24  Henry Carson, saddler.
 22 Henry Smith, shoe maker.
 20  John McConnell, omnibus driver.
 18  Wm. Smith, carpenter.
 16  Francis Morgan, labourer.
 14  James Parker, shoe maker.
 12  Harriet Lowry, dealer.
 10  John Burns, sawyer.
   8  Francis Webb, shoe maker.
6&4  J. Clements, pawn broker.
   2  A. Johnston, grocer and spirit dealer.

LANCASTER STREET
York Street to North Queen Street

   1  Wm. McMaster, builder.
   3  James Sinclair.
   5  Thomas Patton, sea captain.
   7  James McCracken, builder.
   9  Wm. McKelvey, carpenter.
 11  Jas. McCormick, cork cutter.
 13  Wm. McCormick, cork cutter.
 15  Wm. Duff, French polisher.
 17  John McLarnon, hair dresser.
 19  R. Prenter, grocer.
 21  James Lewis, tailor.
 23  Anthony Campbell, carpenter.
 25  John Cranston, sea captain.
 27  Patrick McLarnon's weaving factory; residence, Cranfield,
      near Randalstown.
 29  Thomas Bullick, moulder.
 31  J. Todd, agent for H. Hamilton.
 33  Mrs. Spence.
 35  Samuel Kirk, car man.
 37  James Agnew, grocer.
41&43  John McGarry, grocer and spirit dealer.
 45  John McGarry's residence.
 47  Henry Lattimore, cabinet maker.
 49  John Shaw, foreman.
 51  VACANT
 53  Thomas Anderson, pawn broker.
 55  Alex. Allen, grocer and spirit dealer.
59&61  Hugh Peak, spirit dealer.
 63  Charles O'Neill, grocer.
 65  William McClintock, baker and grocer.
 67  Wm. Kelly, porter.
 69  Mary Hill, dealer.
 71  Joseph Kelly, labourer.
 73  John Wright, sergeant Royal Antrim Artillery.
 75  Margt. McCann, dealer.
 38  R. Lavery, spirit dealer.
 36  Thomas Mateer, pensioner.
 34  Mrs. Cross.
 32  Bernard O'Neill, labourer.
 30  John McDowell, quay worker.
 28  Eliza Birney, mangler.
 26  Robert Henderson's bakery.
  "    James Savage, grocer &c.
 24  Jane Cameron.
22&20  Robert Ward, pawn broker.
 18  James Dillon, sawyer.
 16  Cornelius Donnelly, labourer.
 14  John Bowman, mechanic.
 12  Thomas Waugh, sewed muslin manufacturer.
 10  Alexander Shanks, turnkey.
   6  Robert Lavery, turnkey.
   4  John Briggs, engineer.
   2  VACANT
       rear of Frederick Street General Hospital.

LAW'S LANE
off North Street

four old houses

LEADBETTER STREET
Lodge Road

1&3  S. Drummond, grocer.
   5  Wm. Milliken.
11&13  M. Goodman, mechanic.
 15  Thomas Smith, grocer.
 23  Thomas Galbraith, baker.
 29  Jane Kelly, cow keeper.
 33  Jeremiah Magee, brick layer.
 37  Mrs. Reed.
 49  George McFall, carpenter.
 51  John Boyd, labourer.
 53  Thomas Fanning, carpenter.
 55  Wm. Carson, brick layer.
 54  Mrs. Herron.
 52  Mrs. Blackburn.
     seven small houses
36&38  John Hamilton, starch manufacturer.
 34  Thos. Witherington, shoe maker.
 32  Hugh Dougal, master carter and horse dealer.
 24  Boyd & Co.'s starch works.
         thirty five small houses

LEEDS STREET
off Hutchinson Street

twenty two small houses

LEGG'S LANE
from High Street to Rosemary Street

   ~  Shell Fish Tavern; Thomas Armstrong, proprietor.
   ~  Jas. Cochran & Co.'s store, 1&3 Castle Place.
   ~  F. McDonnell's pawn office.
   ~  T. Bushell's stores.
 10  George C. Hyndman's cabinet warerooms (back entrance)
   6  Wm. Harvey, bill poster.
   4  James Hagan, shell fish dealer.

LEMON PLACE
off Falls Road

2,4&6  Wm. Bunting, grocer and publican.
   8  Wm. Brown, labourer.
 10  Mrs. Keenan.
 12  Wm. McConnell, brick layer.
 14  Maxwell Drennan, labourer.
       three small houses

LEMON STREET
Falls Road

   2  J. Hanna, grocer and druggist.
   4  Edward Moore, smith.
   6  James Drennan, shoe maker.
   8  Wm. Brown, book binder.
 10  Wm. Spiers Muir, book binder.
 12  James Nixon, yarn dresser.
   1  Elias L. Dyer, grocer.
   3  Mrs. Green.
   5  David Hamilton, labourer.
   7  Mrs. Taylor.
   9  John Simpson, pork cutter.
 11  Christopher Rodgerson.
 13  Mrs. Reid.
 15  Patrick Fitzsimmons, labourer.

LENNON'S LANE
off Great Edward Street

   1  Samuel Finlay, carter.
   3  J. Houston, lodging house.
   4  John O'Neill, corn dealer.
   2  M. Gillespie, spirit dealer.

LEPPER STREET
off New Lodge Road

   ~  Lodge Cotton Mill; Messrs. Lepper, proprietors.
   ~  Lodge Mill National School; James Weir, teacher.
 76  Agnes Faulkener, grocer and haberdasher.
      The rest are occupied by mill workers

LETITIA STREET
off Wilson Street

   1  James Rooney, labourer.
   3  Wm. Sharpe.
   5  Wm. Harris, carpenter.
   7  Richard McDaid, labourer.
   9  Wm. Alderdice, carpenter.
 11  Mrs. McKenna.
 12  Patrick Caul, hackler.
 10  Wm. Spillane, musician.
   8  Mrs. Garland.
   6  Samuel Kerr, carpenter.
   4  Mary Liggett.
   2  Wm. Coulter, dealer.

LETTUCE HILL
off Barrack Street

 67  Samuel Boyd, spirit dealer and grocer.
 63  John Woods, carpenter.
 35  Jas. McCullough, dairyman.
 31  Hugh Barr, slater.
 23  Jas. Owen, car driver.
 12  John Henry, bone dealer.
 34  Michael Long, shoe maker.
          about fifty small houses

LEWIS COURT
Brown Square

seven small houses

LIDDY'S COURT
Little Donegall Street

five small houses

LINDEN STREET
off Falls Road

   1  Hutchinson Armstrong, labourer.
   "   Mrs. Smerret.
   3  John Morgan, coach man.
   7  Jas. McCullough, bleacher.
 13  Jas. McKendry, mechanic.
 19  Jas. Magill, labourer.
 31  J. Rocks, labourer
       twenty three small houses

LINDSAY'S PLACE
Ormeau Road

   1  David Dinnen, butcher.
3&5  J. Waring, general dealer.
 14  Mrs. McCune.
 12  Robt. Anderson, labourer.
 10  Yard.
   8  Geo. Clendinning, bookkeeper.
   6  John Brennan.
   4  Jas. Creely, boot and shoe maker.

LINFIELD ROAD
Sandy Row

   2  F. Patterson, grocer.
   4  James Kane, mill worker.
   6  Robert Lyttle, shoe maker.
 14  Joseph Shane, labourer.
 16  Wm. Holmes, porter.
 18  Wm. Maxwell, porter.
 20  John McMullan, flax dresser.
 22 Thos. McKibben, railway porter.
 26  Thos. Stewart, railway porter.
 28  Wm. Wilson, labourer.
 30  Wm. Wilson, railway porter.
 32  Mrs. McCann.
 34  Wm. Tuton, carter.
 36  Thos. Burgess, engine driver.
 38  John Abbott, mechanic.
 40  Alex. McCormick, mechanic.
 42  Richard Wilson, labourer.
 44  D. Armstrong, clerk in railway.
 46  J. Montgomery, painter.
 41  Arthur Leonard.
  ~  Linfield Mill; John Murphy & Co., flax spinners and power
       loom linen manufacturers; residences; Conway B.
       Grimshaw, Linfield House; Isaac Murphy, Glengall Place;
       J. J. Murphy, College Square East.
       sixteen small houses

LINEN HALL
North Side

   ~  Samuel G. Fenton & Co., linen bleachers, linen yarn and
       general merchants.
   ~  John F. Ferguson & Co., linen merchants and bleachers;
        residence, 28 Donegall Place.
   ~  W. Ferguson, linen, yarn and cloth bleacher, Whiterock
       Green.
   ~  William Simms, chamberlain of Linenhall, rent agents &
       accountant; agent to the London Union Insurance Co.,
       notary public; residence, 140 Albion Place, Dublin Road.
   ~  Library; Jas. Stewart, librarian.
   ~  News-room; Wm. Simms, treasurer.
   ~  Resident porter, Paul Killen.
                      West Side
   ~  W. R. Kamcke & Co., linen and yarn merchants; Mexican
       vice consul; residence, 25 College Square North.
   ~  John Currell, linen merchant; agent for Liverpool and
       London Fire and Life Insurance Company.
   ~  Samuel Nelson, West India merchant; residence, Holywood.
                   South Side
   ~  Foster Connor, linen manufacturer and bleacher; residence
        8 Albion Place.
   ~  Val. Whitla; residence, Ben Eden.
   ~  John Conland & Sons, linen merchants; residence, 21 King
        Street.
   ~  Montgomery, Druit & Co., linen merchants; Charles Druit's
        residence, 7 Wilmont Terrace.
   ~  J. Cunnington; residence, Macedon.
   ~  Gamble & Bruce, linen merchants and manufacturers;
       residences, James Gamble, Carrickfergus; James Bruce,
       Thorndale.
   ~  Fenton, Son & Co., linen merchants, manufacturers and
       bleachers, 11 Wood Street, London; Samuel G. Fenton's
       residence, Sydenham House.
               East Side
   ~  Samuel G. Fenton & Co.'s stores.

LINENHALL STREET
South side of Linenhall

   ~ Linenhall Street Presbyterian Church; Rev. Robt. Knox, minister
   1  W. S. Burnett, professor of music.
   3  S, Hart, muslin manufacturer.
   5  John Overend, in stamp office.
   7  Rev. Robert Knox.
   ~ Daniel Currell, jun., & Co., linen and cotton manufacturers;
       Daniel Currell's residence, Holywood.
   ~ Eastern Reformed Presbyterian Meeting-house; Rev, R. M.
       Henry, minister.
 18  Miss Benson, dress maker.
 16  Mrs. Morrison.
 14  Wm. Corry; office, 3 Victoria Street.
 12  John Corry, ship owner; office, Prince's Dock.
 10  J. B. Kennedy, solicitor.
   8  George Phillips, book seller, 27 Bridge Street.
   6  Miss Jamison.
   4  Messrs. McClean's office.
   2  back entrance to J. w. Anderson & Co.'s sewed muslin ware-
       rooms.

LISBURN ROAD

   ~  Belfast Union Workhouse and Hospital; William Boyce, clerk &
        returning officer; David McIlherron, master.
   ~  Ulster Deaf and Dumb Institution; Rev. John Kinghan,
        principal.
   ~  Ulsterville House, Capt. Wetherhed.
   ~  Thomas John Carson, spirit dealer and grocer.
   ~  Alexander Crawford, Mount Prospect; proprietor of starch
        works, Millfield.
   ~  Joshua Barnes, Prospect Terrace Cottage.
   ~  Mrs. Lamb, Devis (Divis) View.
   ~  J. Major, Sylvan Cottage, of Major Brothers, James Street Sth.
   ~  Anne Carson, spirit dealer.
   ~  G. A. Carruthers, Wellington Cottage; office, 47 Arthur Street.
   ~  J. White, dairyman; Railway Cottage.
   ~  Thos. McDonnell, QC., Eglantine.
   ~  William Richardson, Brooklands, of Richardson, Sons &
       Owden.
   ~  John Ward, spirit dealer.
   ~  Edwd. H. Clarke, Elmwood, Belfast Bank director.
   ~  J. Cranston Gregg, Derrievolgie House.
                            {  Scotchmount  }
   ~  T. McBride, muslin manufacturer.
   ~  John Mateer, collector.
   ~  J. Agar, lithographic printer.
   ~  James Kean, steward of steamer Cumbria.
   ~  James Dillon.
   ~  John Simmons, servant.
   ~  Jas. Cottam, tobacconist, Castle Place.
   ~  Wm. Walker, hosier, Donegall Place, Colin View.
   ~  Patrick J. Roche, at Hawkins, Robertson & Co.'s
   ~  Edward V. Richards, at Hawkins, Robertson & Co.'s
   ~  G. Scott, at J. Arnott & Co.'s
   ~  Samuel McLorinan, at J. Lindsay & Co,'s

LONG LANE
from Church Street to North Street

3&5  VACANT
   9  back entrance to Rea's spirit store.
 13  Wm. Patterson, tinsmith.
 15  Lawrence Craigan, butler.
11&17  Patrick Toner, provision merchant stores and office;
      residence, 25 Eglinton Street.
 21  Alice Magee, dealer.
 23  Sublet in small apartments.
 20  Wm. Dobbin's stores &c.
18&16  J. Anderson, marine store.
 12  Wm. John Evans.
 10  VACANT
   2  James Sheals.

LONSDALE STREET
Crumlin Road to Old Lodge Road

   1  Miss Sherrock's boarding and day school.
   3  Mrs. Crookshank's School.
   5  Robt. Brown.
   7  Madlle. Pourre, professor of languages.
   9  Wm. B. Taylor, linen merchant.
 11  Miss Bayly.
 13  Mrs. Warnock; office, Academy Street.
 15  William Stewart, muslin manufacturer.
 17  W. Campbell, leather merchant, 109 North Street.
 19  Mrs. Service.
 21  Samuel McCormick, of "McCormick & Dunlop" proprietors of
      the Banner of Ulster.
 23  Wm. Gregg; shop, Victoria Street.
 25  Mrs. Edgar.
 27  Mrs. Parkinson.
 29  James Elliott.
 VACANT GROUND
 43  VACANT
 45  Jas. R. Cooper, clerk.
 47  Saml. Keatley; office, 1 Shankill Road.
 53  Rev. Robert Kidd.
 55  John Wm. Berry, sea captain.
57&59  William Douglas, grocer and provision curer.
 62  Wm. Knox, baker.
 54  Robt. Anderson, gentleman.
 52  James M. Thompson, clerk.
 50  Wm. McCann, sea captain.
 48  James McCallum, draper.
 46  Robert Nesbitt, overseer, Arnott & Co.'s Bridge Street.
 44  Jas. Adams, baker, Winetavern Street.
 42  George Kidd, in B. K. Simpson's, Bedford Street.
 40  Mrs. Cherry.
  "    Hamilton Cherry.
 38  Rev. J. Fausset.
 36  J. McCormick; shop, 15 Donegall Street.
  ~  Eglinton St. Academy, principal, G. Quinn; residence, 5
      Comber Place.
 22  John C. Boyd; vitriol works, Ballymacarrett.
 20  Alex. Anderson, traveller.
 18  Mrs. Kerr.
 16  W. Moore, in J. Lindsay & Co.'s
 14  Stuart Simpson, salesman in J. Robb & Co.'s, Castle Place.
 12  Wm. Lowry, tanner.
 10  Hugh Murphy, manager for R. Roddy, 18 Donegall Street.
   8  Wm. T. Harvey, clerk.
   6  Vincent Ballard; shop, Castle Street.
   4  Thomas Thompson; shop, 49 Academy Street.
   2  Dr. Hugh Moore, surgeon; shop, Victoria Street.

LONSDALE TERRACE
Crumlin Road

 20  Francis Plinkett, commission merchant and insurance agent;
      office, St. Anne's Buildings, Donegall Street.
 22  Jonathan Vint, wine and spirit merchant; store, Little Donegall
      Street.
 24  William Blow; office, 14 Rosemary Street.
 26  Eliza H. Bell, linen yarn manufacturer, Donegall Street.
 28  Thomas Devlin, traveller for W. Dobbin & Co., North Street.

LUDLOW STREET
New Lodge Road

 20  Wm. John McAdam, pork cutter.
 18  Robert Nesbitt, labourer.
 16  Isaac Duffy, mechanic.
 14  Wm. Carson, shoe maker.
 12  Mrs. Duncan.
          eight small houses

LYNAS LANE
off Great Patrick Street

 19  Margt. McMillan, washer woman.
 18  Wm. Wilson, grocer and spirit dealer.
   2  Owen Murray, grocer.
            about forty small houses

LYON'S COURT
McTier Street

four small houses

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