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1901 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

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Maghera   Magherafelt   Maguiresbridge   Markethill   Milford   Moira   Monaghan   Moneymore   Coagh (Moneymore)
Moy & Charlemont

MAGHERA

Is a thriving little market town in County Derry, thirty-six miles N. by W. from Belfast.  It consists of one long and spacious streets, from which several smaller ones branch off, the principal of which are Main and Hall streets, and these are improving and extending rapidly.  The houses, which are chiefly built of stone, and are modern buildings, have a respectable appearance.  Linen cloth is the staple trade.  Petty Sessions are held on the last Saturday of each month.  A Constabulary Station is in the town.  The market days are Tuesday and Friday - the former for flax, pork, horses, and cattle, butter, eggs, fowl and general merchandise; and the latter for corn and grass seed.  The flax market is held on the second and last Tuesday of every month.  Horse and cattle fairs are held on the last Tuesday of every month.  Population in 1891, 942

Post Office, Hall Street - S. D. Lytle, postmaster.  Telegraphists, Miss Reid, Miss Henderson; letter carriers, Robert Averel, W. J. Averel; rural letter carriers, Peter Clerken, J. Stockman, R. Clarke, and Robert J. Averel
Petty Sessions are held on last Saturday of each month.  Magistrates - Colonel Jas. Jackson, Clerk, D.L., J.P. (chairman), Captain Welch, R.M.; Messrs. Thos. S. Ash, J.P.; R. W. Forrester, J.P.; Robert Johnston, J.P.; Matthew McKenna, J.P.; Lt.-Col. Robert Watters, C.B., J.P.
Constabulary Barracks - Sergt. Ballington, in charge
Stamp Office - James Lytle, distributor
Commissioner for Taking Affidavits - Thomas Lytle
Derry Central Railway - W. Moore, station master; Charles Stewart, clerk; R. McCallister, William McAlinton, Daniel Servis, and Samuel Morton, porters
Market Committee - Thomas Field, chairman; S. D. Lytle and J. E. O'Neill, hon. secs.

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Rev. A. H. Maturin.  Presbyterian Church - Rev. Dr. Magill, LL.D.  Roman Catholic Chapel - Right Rev. Monsignor McGurk, V.G., P.P.;  Rev. J. McWilliams, C.C.; and rev. H. O'Kane, C.C.

EDUCATIONAL

Maghera National Schools - P. Trodden and Miss McMannemy, teachers.  Hall Street National Schools - David Wilson, Male; Miss Brownlie, female.  Church of Ireland - National School - Mrs. Martin, teacher

Insurance Agents - Thomas Field, Ulster Bank; James E. O'Neill, Samuel Brown, and H, G, Barkley
Bank - Ulster Bank Limited - Thomas Field, manager; William Steele, cashier; J. P. Jackson, accountant
Shipping Agents - S. D. Lytle, J. E. O'Neile, T. A. Lytle

INHABITANTS

MAIN STREET

Averell, Dr., The Medical Hall

Barkley, H. G., woollen draper
Bowman, S. C., law clerk
Bowman, S., law clerk
Boyle, Jane, fowl dealer
Bradley, Catherine, spirit dealer, Farmers' Inn
Bradley, James, shoe maker
Bradley, John, saddler
Brown, Saml., solicitor

Charles, Andrew, watch maker
Clark, John, shoe maker
Clark, John, jun., lodging house
Clark, Mary, dress maker
Clearly & Trainor, shoe makers
Connelly, Miss, milliner
Connor, Margaret, delf merchant
Crokett, Nancy, spirit dealer
Crilly, James, farmer
Cushnahan, Daniel, spirit merchant
Cuskern, The Misses, dress makers and shirt agents

Devlin, Bernard, cooper and old clothes dealer
Devlin, Jno., jun., cooper
Devlin, John, cooper and old clothes dealer
Doherty, Bridget, spirit dealer
Donaghy, Joseph J., solicitor's office

English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire Office - Agents, J. E. O'Neill, merchant; William Moore, station master

Fields, Hugh, law clerk
Fields, Richard, caretaker
Field, Thos., manager Ulster Bank
Fowler, Wm., carpenter

Gallagher, James, labourer
Galway, Brice, watch maker
Graham, Thos., grocer

Havern, Patk., blacksmith
Havern, Wm., blacksmith
Hazlea, J. M., woollen draper
Hazlett, Mrs., dress maker
Henry, James, car owner
Houston, Thos., grocer and newsagent

Johnston, Miss, dress maker and delph warehouse

Kennedy, James, tailor
Knox, Colin, baker

Lagan, P., law clerk
Lilly, The Misses, milliners
Lytle, Jas., grocer, baker, leather, seed and general merchant, Victoria Warehouse
Lytle, T. A., grocer and hardware merchant

MacDonald, Charles, tailor
Millar, John, carpenter
Milling, W. A., draper
Miskelly, W. H., newsagent
Moore, John, butcher
Morrison, A. K., woollen draper
Morton, W. J., civil bill officer

McCallister, Jas., labourer
McClernon, T. A., solicitor
McCormack, C, publican
McCrory, The Misses, lodging house keepers
McGlinchy, Mrs., second hand clothes dealer
McGowan, Wm., M.D.
McGuckin, Jas., grocer and spirit dealer
McGuigan, Edward, bill poster
McGuigan, John, shoe maker
McKeefry, Alex., wine and spirit merchant
McKenna, B.
McKenna, D., lodging house
McKenna, Danl., painter
McKenna, Frank, carpenter
McKenna, J. D., grocer
McKenna, John, dealer
McKenna, John, grocer
McKenna, M. & C, drapers
McKenna, Patk., coach builder
McKenna, Thos., boot and shoe shop
McKinney, J. C, wholesale and retail grocer and general merchant
McKinney, W. J., grocer
McNamee, Patrick, publican
McNichol, Mrs., lodging house keeper
McPeak, William, tailor

O'Hara, John, clerk
O'Hara, Jane, publican
O'Kane, Bernard, draper's assistant
O'Neill, James E., woollen draper and commission agent
O'Neill & Co., wholesale and retail grocers, druggists and general merchants; The Maghera Pharmacy and Drug Hall

Palmer, Thomas J., publican

Ranny, Mrs., bonnet maker

Smyth, Joseph, carpenter
Smyth, Mrs., grocer

Thompson, Charles, grocer
Tohill, John, flesher

Walshe, John, medical hall
Walsh, Louis, publican

MARKET YARD

Averal, R. J., labourer
Creighton, John, labourer
Clair, Mary, sextoness
Hunter, John, carpenter
Kane, John, labourer
McAllister, W., railway porter
McGaw, Robert, labourer
McMullen, John, labourer
Winton, Samuel, postman

GAS HOUSE

Brownlow, Hugh, labourer
McDonald, J., baker

HALL STREET

Berryman, R., draper (Main Street)
Black, J., baker
Bradley, Andrew, labourer
Bradley, H. J., law clerk
Bradley, Bernard, blacksmith
Bradley, The Misses, dress makers
Campbell, M., lodging house
Convery, Francis, lodging house
Conway, Thos., blacksmith
Cuskeran, John, labourer
Cushnahan, Henry, carter
Freel, J., constable
Hamilton, James, labourer
Hipson, Wm., carpenter
Hueston, J. L., surgeon
Kelly, Chas., blacksmith
Kelly, James, cattle dealer
Kelly, Margaret, publican
Martin, George, shoe maker
McCloughery, John, R.I.C.
? ,  S., driver
? , Miss, draper
McKenna, Edward, surface man
McLaughlin, Jas., porter
McNichol, James, mineral waters
McNicholl, John, Commercial Hotel
McNamee, Joseph, carter
O'Neill, Mary, flax buyer
O'Neill, Patk., egg and general dealer
Palmer, Wm., grocer
Picken, Robt., saddler and shoe maker
Quinn, T., van driver
Welch, Captain, R.M., Rathlure
Winton, Ralph, labourer

TAMNYMULLAN ROAD

Bradley, John, labourer
Connor, Archibald, carpenter
Connor, John, carpenter
Crockett, James, car driver
Hagan, James, car driver
Hagan, John, labourer
Henry, The Misses, The Cottage
Humphrey, James, labourer
Johnston, Catherine
Loan, James, shoe maker
Loan, Joseph, shoe maker
McAtamney, Bridget, money lender
McNamee, John, dealer
Nelson, M. J.
O'Neill, James, mason and farmer
O'Neill, Kate
Tilley, Mrs., draper

CHURCH STREET

Begley, Bernard, labourer
Bolton, Robert, grocer and egg dealer
Bradley, John, labourer
Cassidy, John, labourer
Curley, James, labourer
Cuskman, James, flax dresser
Kelly, James, bailiff
Kelly, John, labourer
McAllister, Edward, labourer
McCallister, Bernard, labourer
McKenna, James, dealer
O'Neill, William, labourer
Stewart, Wm., labourer

FARMERS

Clark, Alexander, Grillough House
Clarke, Colonel J. J., Largantogher
Clark, W. J., Upperlands
Convery, Jane, sewing agent and grocer, Fallagloon
Cunningham, Jacob, Grillagh, Flax Mill
Diamond, Andrew, P.L.G., Terkarn Flax Mill
Fisher, Rev. T., Knockcloughren
Forester, Robert, Cloves Hill
Higgins, John, Ballyrock Corn and Flour Mills
Kennedy, Mrs., Maghera Cottage
Kerr, Daniel, cattle dealer, Ballyrahone
Kerr, Richard, brick manufacturer, Ballyrahone
Mullan, George, P.L.G., Corleekey
McCay, Mrs., flax scutching mills
McCloskey, Patk., Rockfield Flax Mills
McCusker, Michael, Tullyhenon
McElree, Dripps, Mallagh
McNamee, Francis, Tamnymullan Flax Mills
McWilliams, Denis, Rosemount
Sands, Rev. T., Knockloughrim
Shevers, Henry, Moneymore House
Shiels, Samuel, Mullough
Shiels, Thomas, Knocknakeith
Stevenson, Rev. M., Tobermore
Sweetnam, Rev. Mr., The Rectory, Killyleagh
Turner, Rev. Thos., Swateragh
Waugh, Mr., Tamneymullin Cottage
Wilson, Hugh, The Grove

MAGHERAFELT

Is a flourishing market town in the barony of Loughinshulin and County of Londonderry, 35 miles N.N.W. from Belfast, and 114 miles from Dublin, and 38 miles from Londonderry.  The town, which consists of a square, from which the principal streets radiate, was formerly the property of the Salters' Company, but on the company selling out their estate under the Land Purchase Act, the inhabitants bought out their houses.  The houses are well built, and have a pleasant and improving appearance, and during the last few years some good buildings have been added to the town.  A convent has been opened in the late Manor House, and schools have been built at considerable expense in connection therewith.  General Quarter Sessions of the Peace are held quarterly in the new Courthouse, which is a beautiful structure.  The Parish Church (St. Swithin's) is also a fine edifice.  The ground for erecting this church as well as the other churches - First and Second Presbyterian, and the Roman Catholic Chapel - was given gratuitously by the Salters' Company.  A very good Free School, the "Rainey's Foundation School," was rebuilt a few years ago by Salters' Company, and is now under Governors appointed by the Educational Endowments Commission.  A new Masonic Hall has recently been erected at a considerable cost to the local lodge.  An especial want is felt for mills and factories in the town or neighbourhood.  Markets are held every Thursday, and fairs every second and last Thursday of each month. Population in 1891, 1,421

Post Office, Diamond - Joseph Breen, postmaster.  Mrs. Breen, Miss Sara Lavery, Miss R. McQuillan, and Miss A. A. Monteith, telegraphists.  Town Postmen - Wm. Stewart and Wm. Hurl.  Rural Postmen - Patrick Fullen, Magherafelt and Ballyronan;  Geo. Gilmore, Ballymaguiggan to Wood's Rectory;  John Farrell, Magherafelt and Coolshinney; Jos. Nevin, Magherafelt to Ballymulderg; Thos. Stewart, Magherafelt to Aughagaskin; Wm. Nevin, Magherafelt to Killyboggin; George Rankin, Ballyronan to Ballydonnell.  Telegraph messengers - Robert Hurl and Robert Hamilton
Petty Sessions held every second and last Wednesday of the month - Clerk, David S. Kelly, Castledawson
Courthouse - T. C. Monteith, keeper
Excise Officer - Thomas Kennedy
Royal Irish Constabulary - T. Philip Barry Townsend, district inspector; Head Constable, John Stokes
Stamp Office, Diamond - Joseph Breen, distributor
Marriage Registry Office - William Hastings, registrar, Rose Lodge; deputy registrar, Richard Gilmore
Coroner - Wm. McIvor, M.D., Moneymore
Commissioners for taking Affidavits - Samuel Porter, J.P., Broad Street; and Wm. Adamson, Northern Bank
Belfast and Northern Counties, Derry Central, and Draperstown Railways - Edwd. Butler, station master.  Clerks - John Kielty, ticket clerk; ? Darragh, goods clerk
Gas Company - John Glenane, secretary; Henry Fitzsimmons, manager
Markets - Grain, Monday; general market, Thursday - James H. Walker, manager; Jas. Laurence, weigh master

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Rev. Thomas Jordan, D.D., rector; Rev. H. H. Cuninghame, curate
Presbyterian Churches - First - Rev. George Gillespie.  Second - Rev. Samuel McCune
Methodist Church - Rev. John Elliott
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Chapel - Very Rev. Canon McNeece, P.P., and Revs. P. Moore, C.C., and O'Brien, C.C., curates

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Banks - Belfast Banking Co.'s Branch, John Walker, manager;  Northern Banking Co.'s Branch,  Wm. Adamson, manager;  Cookstown and Magherafelt General Credit and Discount Co., Wm. B. Hogg, manager
Rainey's Endowed School - James McFeeters, B.A., principal; F. G. Allen, B.A., Miss Patton, assistants
Church Street N.S. (Male) - Fras. Richardson, teacher; (Female) Miss Barber; Market Street (Male) - John Stewart, teacher; (Female) - Mrs. John Stewart, teacher.  King Street (Male) - Matthew O'Neill, teacher; (Female) - Taught by Nuns of Convent
Board of Guardians - Chairman, Chas. Heron; vice-chairman, Louis Smyth; deputy vice-chairman, Smylie Robson; clerk, Wm. Hastings; returning officer, W. Hastings; master, R. Gilmore; matron, M. J. H. Allen; school master, James Taylor; school mistress, Anna M. Glennane; Church of Ireland chaplain, Rev. T. Jordan, D.D.; Presbyterian chaplain, Rev. Samuel McCune; Roman Catholic chaplain, Rev. Canon McNeece, P.P.; medical officer, A. B. Vesey, L.R.C.S.I., L.K.Q.C.P.I.; relieving officer, Joseph D. Kelly; charge nurse, fever hospital, Arabella Reid; infirmary nurse, Marion Conway; temporary night nurse (infirmary), Catherine Maguire; female ward attendant, Bridget Quinn; temporary male ward attendant, Michael McBride; porter, Frank McKenna
Rural District Council - Chairman, Charles Convery, J.P.; vice-chairman, John Keenan, J.P.; clerk and executive sanitary officer, William Hastings; sub-sanitary officer, Jos. D. Kelly.  Collectors - Messrs. H. C. Mann, John Smyth, Henry Agnew and Matthew Lynam

SOCIETIES

Masonic Lodge, No. 211 - Andrew R. brown, W.M.; Wilson Gamble, treasurer; Samuel B. Caldwell, secretary.  Meetings, second Tuesday in every month
Magherafelt (O'Hara Purple Guards) L.O.L., No. 310 - John P. Magill, W.M.; John Walker, D.M.; Jos. J. Bradley, sec.; Samuel B. Caldwell. treas.  Meetings first Monday in each month
Magherafelt Presbyterian Young People's Guild - President, Rev. Geo. Gillespie, M.A.; vice-presidents, Rev. James McFeeters, B.A., T.C.D.; Mr. John Stewart, treasurer; Mr. John Boden, secretary; and Mr. John Sheils; meets every alternate Friday during winter months ay 7-45 p.m.

Commercial Union Assurance - Thos. Larkin, agent
English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agents, John Walker, Belfast Bank; S. Porter, J.P., draper; Wm. Pollock, law clerk
Imperial Assurance Co. - John Smyth, agent
Liverpool, London, and Globe, Northern, Scottish Equitable, Phoenix Fire, Edinburgh Life - William Adamson, agent
Phoenix Fire Office - Agent, W. Adamson, manager Northern Bank
Standard Life Assurance - J. Stuart Monteith, agent
Sun Fire Insurance, Rock Fire Insurance - W. H. Maitland, agent

INHABITANTS

BROAD STREET

Adamson, Wm., bank manager and commissioner for taking affidavits
Angus, John, nailor
Bradley, James, coachman
Brown, James, solicitor
Brown, Saml., solicitor (branch office)
Campbell, Thomas, boot and leather merchant
Fullan, P., caretaker Town Hall and letter carrier
Galway, B., & Sons, watch makers, jewellers, stationers and newsagents
Glover & McGuckin, solicitors
Harbison, John, solicitor
Hunter, Mitchell, physician and surgeon
Jordan, Rev. Prebendary, D.D., The Rectory
Keatley, John, woollen draper
Montgomery, Edward, physician and surgeon
Northern Banking Co.'s Branch
Porter, S., J.P., merchant and commissioner for taking Affidavits
Quigley, Wm., spirit merchant and posting establishment
Shiels, John, woollen draper, printer and emigration agent
Tipping, G. R., grocer, hardware merchant and ironmonger
Venables, Wm. J., solicitor (branch office)
Walshe, John, hotel proprietor and posting establishment

MARKET STREET AND SQUARE

Boden, John, woollen draper
Brown, Miss, milliner and dress maker
Breen, Joseph, postmaster
Burns, Jas., saddler
Burnside, Robt. K., watch maker
Charles, A., watch maker and jeweller, etc.
Donaghy, John H., wine and spirit merchant
Donaghy, Joseph I., B.A., solicitor
Ferran, Felix, J.P., woollen draper
Greer, Wm., watch maker, jeweller, etc.
Hagan, Patrick, fowl dealer
Harbinson, Mrs.
Hogg, Wm. B., manager Discount Company
Houston, Wm. K., boot and shoe merchant
Hughes, Miss
Hull, Miss
Johnston, Alex, grocer, wine and spirit merchant
Kelly, Mrs. John, wine and spirit merchant
Lawson, Miss E. D., millinery establishment
McConway, John, carpenter and newsagent
McCullough, George, saddler
McErlane, Joseph, labourer
McGuckin, John, labourer
McLernon, Francis J., merchant
McLernon, Thos. A., solicitor
McNamee, John, egg and butter merchant
Picken, Joseph, saddler, boot and shoe merchant
Quigley, Joseph, woollen draper
Scullion, Mary, spirit merchant
Semple, John, clothier
Smyth, John, clothier
Smyth, Louis, publican
Smyth, Wm., woollen draper
Stewart, James C, grocer and provision merchant
Stewart, John, N.S. teacher
Stewart, Robert, clothier
Stewart, William James, solicitor (branch office)

QUEEN STREET

Adams, Wm., bill poster
Bacchus, Margaret, lodging house
Blayney, Terence, labourer
Bradley, Patrick, drover
Brown, Joseph, labourer
Burns, The Misses, dress makers
Carmichael, James, labourer
Devlin, John, car owner
Devlin, Peter, publican and commercial traveller
Doherty, Wm., jun., saddler
Donnelly, John, fowl dealer
Evans, Thomas, smith
Hagan, Hugh, flesher
Hagan, John, flesher
Hagan, Patrick, fowl dealer
Harbison, Wm., merchant
Heaney, Chas., labourer
Henry, Hugh, shoe maker
Hickey, Wm., publican
Houston, Isaac L., The Cottage
Houston, Mrs., dress and mantle maker
Keightley, John, draper (residence)
Marks, J., plumber, etc.
Moran, Thomas, egg merchant
McFall, Ann, char woman
McGlone, Thos., publican
McIvor, Alex., merchant tailor
McLoughlin, Joseph, labourer
Orr, John, dealer
O'Brien, Miss L., restaurateur
O'Neill, Mary, char woman
Smith, Mrs., publican
Smyth, Peter, farmer
Taylor, Wm., shoe maker
Teany, Joseph, labourer
Thompson, H., emigration agent and law clerk
Thompson, Wm., grocer and baker
Toughill, James, sen., grocer
Toughill, Mrs., flesher
Wilson, John, publican

RAINEY STREET

Agnew, Henry, rate collector (attendance on Thursdays)
Auterson, Dr., surgeon and physician
Averall, Robt., blacksmith
Belfast Banking Co.'s branch
Bradley, George, merchant
Brown, John, clothier
Campbell, James, pawnbroker
Carleton, James, saddler
Devlin, Charles, car driver
Devlin, Patrick, publican
Devlin, Patrick, carter
Diamond, Thomas, baker
Farrell, John, rural postman
Gamble, Wilson, grocer, publican and posting establishment
Glendinning, John E., tea agent and grocer (Lipton's)
Gribben, Patrick, chemist and druggist
Hanna, Robert, shirt agent
Henderson, George, grocer
Higgins, Lawrence, publican
Higgins, Lawrence, grocer and hardware merchant
Hurl, Daniel, grocer
Johnston, John, refreshment rooms
Larkin, Thomas, auctioneer and publican
Laughlin, Alex., farmer
Laverty, Robt., hairdresser, etc.
Magill, James, blacksmith
Mann, Henry, Church poor-rate collector
Martin, John, pedlar
Milligan, Joseph, shoe maker
Moran, John, provision merchant
Munroe, A., tailor, grocer and toy merchant
McCallister, Mrs., entertainment
McCleery, Matthew, grocer, etc.
McCleery, Matthew, draper
McConway, Michael, clothier
McCune, Rev. Samuel, Manse
McFarland, John, assistant to county surveyor
McFeeters, James, B.A., Ramsey's Endowed School
McKenna, Peter, publican and tobacconist
McLernon, Hugh, merchant and baker
McMenamin, Joseph, publican and posting establishment
O'Kane, Mrs. Sarah, publican and posting establishment
O'Neill, Denis J., carpenter
O'Neill & Co., coach factory
Paul, Mrs., laundress
Peacock, John, shoe maker
Peacock, Wm., labourer
Ritchie. Robert, carpenter and cycle mechanic
Ritchie, Wm., labourer
Sheils, Alex., publican
Smyth, J., woollen draper, auctioneer and printer
Sweeny, Mrs., lodging house
Timoney, James, fowl dealer
Tohill, Henry, sen., flesher
Vance, James, grocer
Walker, James H., manager of markets
Walker, John, bank manager
Watson, Robert, tinsmith
Wray, C. A. pharmaceutical chemist

GARDEN STREET

Allen, F. G., B.A., assistant teacher, Rainey School
Barclay, Miss
Caldwell, Miss, dress maker
Caldwell, Mrs.
Caldwell, Samuel B., law clerk
Captain and Lieutenant of Salvation Army
Dixon, B. R., music teacher, etc.
Donnelly, Henry, car driver
Ferris, George, tea merchant
Johnston, Joseph, carpenter
Kerr, James, engine driver
Lavery, David, guard
Lavery, Miss, dress maker
Maitland, Wm. H., assistant clerk of Union and Press correspondent
Monteith, J. Stuart, law clerk and Press correspondent for "Belfast News-Letter" & "Belfast Weekly News"
Moore, Mrs.
McCullough, David, private gentleman
McLaughlin, Michael, R.I.C.
McMullan, Wm., sheriff's officer and civil bill officer
Pollock, William, law clerk and insurance agent
Semple, Samuel, carpenter
Taylor, R., accountant Belfast Bank

UNION ROAD

Adams, Mrs.
Callen, Rev. H. G., C.C.
Gallagher, Sergeant, R.I.C.
George, John, M.R.C.V.S.
Evans, Matthew, contractor
Hastings, Wm., clerk of union (Rose lodge)
Hepburn, Wm. J., tailor
Hurl, Daniel, carpenter and caretaker, Masonic Hall
Leacock, Mrs.
Monteith, T. C., Courthouse keeper
McNally, Daniel, engine driver
O'Kane, Patrick, publican
Semple, Mr., national school inspector
Steacy, George
Stewart, Jas. C.
Sweeny, Annie, seamstress
Wasson, Robert, blacksmith

CHURCH STREET

Auterson, Patrick, shoe maker
Barber, Miss, N.S. teacher and organist
Bell, Walter, grocer, seed and wine merchant, artificial manure merchant
Bradley, James, painter
Carey, Mrs., grocer and carrier
Corr, H., refreshments
Cunningham, Rev. H. H., A.B., curate
Dalrymple, John, M.R.C.V.S.
Dalrymple, Richard, grocer
Devlin, The Misses, dress maker
Doherty, Wm., carter
Donnelly, Richard, painter
Elliott, Rev. John, Methodist minister
Fullerton, Miss Annie, restaurateur
Greer, Joseph, whitesmith
Greer, Miss, dress maker
Henry, P. J., solicitor (branch office)
Hudson, Mrs., caretaker, Dispensary
Hueston, James, assistant registrar, births and deaths
Hueston, Mrs.
Johnston, Mrs. and Miss
Johnston, Wm. H., provision merchant
Keenan, Patrick, flesher and publican
Keilt, John, grocer
Kelly, Joseph D., relieving officer
Kelly, Robert, tailor
Kielt, Joseph, carter
Kilroe, James, J.P., butter and egg merchant
Malone, John, solicitor (branch office)
Mullan, Peter, surface man
McCart, Wm. J., sexton
McCormick, Annie, char woman
McCormick, Wm., labourer
McMullan, Hugh, railway inspector
McMullan, J., cycle mechanic
McMullan, Miss, dress maker
McNicholl, R., cooper and general dealer
McNicholl, Thos. J. & Co., auctioneers and valuers
O'Neill, Matthew, school teacher
Ramsey, John, grocer and delf merchant
Richardson, F., school teacher
Robinson, Joseph, surface man
Rutledge & Whittaker, drapers
Timney, Mrs., leather merchant
Tohill, Henry, jun., flesher and dealer
Tohill, James, jun., dealer
Tohill, Mrs., flesher
Vesey, A. B., M.D., Bellevue, medical officer to workhouse and registrar of births and deaths
Walls, R., car driver
Walsh, Louis, spirit merchant
Wolff & Co., grocers and hardware merchants

KING STREET

Adams, Henry, labourer
Brown, A. & R., butter and egg merchant, (The Cottage)
Collins, Mrs.
Crawford, John H., farmer
Cromie, John, baker
Daly, Charles, labourer
Devlin, John, shoe maker and insurance agent
Gillespie, Rev. George, Manse
Greer, William, whitesmith
Hamilton, John, labourer
Hagan, John, labourer
Hepburn, Thomas, merchant tailor
Hughes, George, law messenger
Hutchinson, George, general labourer
Johnston, Hugh, shoe maker
Keilt, Michael, marine store and publican
Kelly, James, pensioner
Lamont, John, shoe maker
Leslie, David, grocer
Louden, James, flesher
Martin, Michael, labourer
Miller, Miss
McCallister, Mrs., entertainment
McConway, William, clothier
McGuckin, Thomas, fowl and egg merchant
McGraw, James, bread server
McKenna, Robert, billposter and fishmonger
McNeece, Very rev. Canon, P.P., Parochial House
McPeake, John, labourer
O'Farrell, Miss, grocer
Sloan, William J., law clerk
Sullivan, Timothy, sexton to R.C. Church
Teany, Mrs., grocer
Walker, Thomas, labourer
Wallace, Mrs., grocer
Walls, Mrs., restaurateur
Wilson, Mrs.

MEETING-HOUSE STREET

Anderson, William carpenter
Clarke, Wm., labourer
Diamond, Henry, dealer
Doherty, Philip, constable R.I.C.
Donaghy, James, spirit grocer
Hamilton, Robert, labourer
Harbison, Miss, publican
Henry, Felix, labourer
Martin, John, car driver
Moran, J. & T., nailors
Muldoon, Andrew, baker
Mullan, Peter, surface man
McCullough, George, saddler
McGeown, Neil, car driver
McGuckin, Thos., fowl and egg merchant
McKee, Michael, fowl dealer
McKenna, Joseph, butter and egg merchant
McManus, Joseph, tailor
O'Neill, John, carter
O'Neill, Wm., school teacher
Purvis, Henry, labourer
Walker, John, tinsmith
Walls, Joseph, shoe maker
Walshe, John, grocer and publican

STATION ROAD

Butler, Edward, station master
Walsh, Patrick, ex-constable R.I.C.
Wilson, Samuel, constable R.I.C.

CASTLEDAWSON ROAD

Cassidi, Mrs., Glenbrook
McGuckin, R., Millbrook
Vesey, A. B., M.D., Bellvue

LARGE FARMERS IN NEIGHBOURHOOD

Brown, Samuel, Dunamoney, Magherafelt
Burnett, Alex., Ballynagarve, Magherafelt
Clarke, John, Ballycomlargy, Magherafelt
Davison, Wm., Lisalbanagh, Magherafelt
Derby, W. J., J.P., Aughrim, Magherafelt
Ferguson, James, Ballynagarve, Magherafelt
Fleming, Samuel, Roshure, Magherafelt
Fleming, Mrs. Job, Roshure, Magherafelt
Johnston, Adam, Drumrainey, Magherafelt
Lawrance, Alex. & James, Lisalbanagh, Magherafelt
Patterson, Hugh, Lake View, Magherafelt
Patterson, Wm., Rowney Grange, Magherafelt
Porter, Wm., Ballynogher, Magherafelt
Stewart, Mrs., Farmhill, Magherafelt
York, Mrs., Killyneece, Magherafelt

MAGUIRESBRIDGE

The chief beauty of this place, which comprises about 800 inhabitants, is the Cooneen River, which rises near Fivemiletown, flows through the town, and empties itself into Lough Erne.  The width of the river at the bridge is 140 feet; and in the summer and autumn it is suitable for fishing.  In the town there is a Church of Ireland, a Presbyterian Church, a Wesleyan Church, and a Roman Catholic Chapel;  also two National Schools.  The Great Northern Railway Terminus is the neatest and best accommodated on the line from Enniskillen to Dundalk.  There is also the Central Station for the Clogher Valley Tramway Company, in conjunction with the Great Northern Line, Population in 1891, 536

Post Office - R. Hamilton, postmaster
Postal Telegraph Office - Maguiresbridge Railway Station

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Rev. A. A. Watson
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Robert Boyle
Wesleyan Church - Rev. Mr. Ruddell
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Mr. Fitzpatrick

National School, No. 1 - D. G. Irvine and Mrs. Martin, teachers;  No. 2 - William Moore, teacher, and Miss McCullough, work mistress
Royal Irish Constabulary - Sergeant Coulter, Constables Carroll, Dunleavy, Kiernan and Johnston

INHABITANTS

Allan, Thomas, farmer, Boghill
Armstrong, Andrew, sexton Church of Ireland
Armstrong, Robert, farmer, Aughnacloy

Bell, James, farmer, Corrard
Bogue, J., farmer, Congo
Booth, Thomas, labourer
Boyde, H., farmer, Drumbrouches
Bussell, Francis, farmer, Drumbad
Bussell, George, farmer, Drumbad

Caulfield, H., tinsmith
Charters, Thomas, grocer and provision dealer

Delmon, Wm., boot and shoe maker
Douglas, John, rural postman

English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agent, Robert Hamilton, Merchant

Ferris, John, blacksmith and farmer

Gormley, John, fowl merchant
Gormley, John, Lonsdale Arms Hotel
Graham, F. J., D.L., J.P., Drumgoon, Connemara, County Galway
Graham, John, lamp lighter
Graham, Mrs. John, dress maker
Graham, R., farmer, Drumgowna
Graham, William, grocer
Graham, W., farmer, Lisaderney
Great Northern Railway - Mr. Marshall, station master; T. McCallum, clerk; J. Smith, head porter

Hall, Thomas, contractor, Dresogue
Hall, Thomas, farmer, Killycramph
Hall, Thomas, farmer, Leobaly
Hamilton, Isaac, farmer, Coolcrannell
Hamilton, Robert, grocer, shipping agent and newsagent
Hazlett, G., corn and flax mill, Boghill
Henderson, W. G., J.P., Coolcrannell
Heslin, P., police pensioner
Hoey, John A., farmer, Derryree
Hoey, Joseph O'R., clerk of union, Derryree
Howe, John, spirit grocer and posting establishment and Railway Hotel

Johnston, James, farmer, Aughnacloy

Kelly, Bernard, publican
Kerr, W., farmer, Corfannon
Knight, Luke P., sub-sheriff, Abbey Lodge

Laird, Mrs., Drumgoon Gate House
Law, Miss, Gledstown Cottage
Law, Mrs., Gledstown
Little, Mary E., grocer and delf ware
Lough, Mrs., grocer
Lunny, James, farmer, Garavohill
Lynch, James, farmer, Carrahoney
Lynch, John, farmer, Corranewey
Lynch, Michael, hardware and spirit merchant

Martin, Mrs., N.S. teacher
Martin, Thomas, farmer, Gledstown
Matthews, George, Holymount House
Moore, William, farmer, Drumbadbeg
Moore, A., farmer, Couranghanall
Monaghan, John, Railway Cottage
Morrison, William, farmer and flax mills, Tully
Morrison, Robert, farmer, Coolane
Mulligan, John, carpenter and farmer
Murphy, James, J.P., farmer, Drunliff

McAlear, Mrs., lodgings
McAniskey, Hugh, bill poster
McBrine, J., publican
McClintock, Robert, farmer, Leobaly
McCullough, John, hardware, drapery warehouse and house carpenter
McCullough, Miss, N.S. work mistress
McFarland, William, labourer and caretaker of Parochial Hall
McGovern, P., draper
McKim, A., teacher, Littlemount N.S.
McManus, Patrick, merchant tailor

Naan, Francis, baker and grocer
Noble, Mark, farmer, Killycramph

Orr & Co., grocers

Parkinson, W. D., merchant
Perry, Mark, farmer, Lisnagole
Porteus, Miss, Gledstown

Rambird, John, labourer
Rambird, Wm., carpenter
Robinson, John, farmer, Lisnagole
Robinson, William, farmer, Whitepark

Shaw, Robert, farmer, Lisaderney
Simpson, James, R.I.C., pensioner, Gledstown
Smyth, James, farmer, Lisnagole
Stewart, George, Clogher Valley Tramway

Thompson, Johnston, stone mason
Thompson, J. A., M.D.
Thomson, William, rural postman
Traynor, Francis, labourer
Trotter, John, Gledstown

Wilkinson, Richard, ex-sergt. R.I.C., Gledstown
Wilson, E., farmer, Drumbrouches
Wilson, E., assistant county surveyor

MARKETHILL

Is a small post town, parish of Mullabrack, in the County Armagh, 8 miles English south-east from Armagh by rail, and 5 miles Irish by road.  Newry is 12 miles English to the south-east by rail.  The area is 45 acres, and the population in 1891, 739.  The parish of Mullabrack, which includes Markethill, has a population of 2,743 persons, divided religiously as follows:- Church of Ireland, 1,727; Presbyterian, 1,210; Roman Catholic, 578; Methodists, 99; all other denominations, 129.  There is a general market every Friday, and a fair the third Friday of each month.  The land of the surrounding district is good, and in a high state of cultivation.  Potatoes, oats, flax, turnips, and wheat are the chief crops raised.  The Parish Church of Mullabrack is about a mile distant from Markethill; it was rebuilt in the year 1830 at a cost of nearly 2,000.  A Chapel of Ease stands at the head of the town.  A tablet on the gable tells its history thus:- "This tablet is erected by the parishioners of Mullabrack in grateful acknowledgment of the munificent gift of this Chapel of Ease by their rector, the Most Hon. and Rev. John de la Poer, Marquis of Waterford, on his retirement from the incumbency in 1959."  The First Presbyterian Church is built on a slight hill near the Railway Station; it was the earliest organised church in Ireland, being built in the year 1609.  The Second Presbyterian Church stands a short distance to the north-east.  There is also a Methodist Chapel in the village.  A Subscription Library, established by the Countess of Gosford about thirty-five years ago, has over 1,000 books and sixty members.  The Earl of Gosford is the owner of Markethill and vicinity;  his castle, about a mile from the village, stands in the centre of a richly planted demesne of 645 acres.  The building was begun by Lord Gosford in 1820, and was not finished for twenty years.  It is built in the Norman style, of country granite, from the Mullaglass quarries.  There are several Danish forts within the demesne, and a place known as Drapier's Hill was the favourite resort of Dean Swift during the  time of his memorable visits to Sir Arthur Acheson in 1729.  A weaving factory, built a few years ago by Messrs. D. H. Sinton & Co., has done a great deal of good to the town, giving employment to about 80 persons.

Post Office - Wm. J. Edwards, postmaster
Magistrates who preside at petty sessions - Joseph Pratt, M.D.; Wm. Small, S. Byers, Wm. Byers, J. H. Gray, Geo. Gray, earl of Gosford; H. A. Johnston, B.L.
Clerk of Petty Sessions - Wm. H. Edwards

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Chapel of Ease, Markethill, and Parish Church, Mullabrack - Rev. John MacLaurin, LL.D., curate, Rev. Wm. Hogarth
Presbyterian Church - First, Rev. H. W. Morrow, M.A.; Second, Rev. Hugh McFarlane, M.A.
Methodist Church - Armagh Circuit minister
Reformed Presbyterian Church, Ballylane - Rev. Wm. McKnight
Roman Catholic Chapel, Mullabrack - Rev. M. McNamee, C.C.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

National Schools - Male, George Armstrong; Female, Miss Clements; Mullabrack, Miss Spence
Dispensary, Markethill - Gilbert Marshall, M.D., medical officer
Belfast Bank open every Friday
Great Northern Railway - T. Turley, stationmaster; James West, head porter
English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agent, W. H. Edwards, clerk of petty sessions
Phoenix Fire Office - W. H. Edwards
Sun Fire Life Offices - Agent, Robt. Small, Main Street

INHABITANTS
MAIN STREET

Armstrong, George, draper
Aston, Samuel, saddler

Baird, E., R.I.C.
Beattie, James, labourer
Black, A., draper and outfitter
Bowen, Sergeant J., R.I.C. Barracks

Campbell, Saml., shoe maker, etc.
Cleeland, Wm., shoe maker
Clements, Miss, teacher
Connor, Agnes, grocer
Cooper, Mrs.
Corkey, William, grocer
Cully, David, grocer
Cuming, Miss
Cuming & Son, grocers and spirit dealers

Dickie, Isaac, delf merchant

Edwards, John, grocer
Edwards, Mrs.
Edwards, Richard J., clerk
Edwards, Wm. H., clerk of petty sessions
Edwards, Wm. J., post office

Foster, W., tailor
Frame, James, mill worker

Glassey, James, lodging house
Gray, William George, Bryandrum
Greene, W. J., pensioner
Grimason, ?, mill manager

Halliday, J., R.I.C.
Hampton, Robert, Victoria Hotel
Hogarth, Rev. Wm.

Jacobs, Francis, R.I.C.
Johnston, H. A., B.L., J.P.

Kerr, Francis
Kerr, James, railway porter
Kerr. The Misses, dress makers

Lemon, Thomas, chemist
Lindsay, Miss, milliner

Mabel, Wm., carpenter
Mallagh, Joseph, grocer
Mallon, Mrs.
Marshall, Gilbert, M.D.
Mawhirter, John, labourer
Montgomery, Mrs., grocer
Morgan, John, butcher and publican
Morrow, Rev. H. W., M.A., The Manse

McCoo, Susan, dress maker
McDowell, William, grocer
McFarlane, Rev. Hugh, M.A., The Manse
McGaughey, Mrs., mill worker
McGaughey, Robert, shoe maker
McGiffin, John, reed maker
McKee, Miss Jane
McLaurin, Rev. J., LL.D.
McNally, James, butcher
McNamee, Rev. M.
McParland, Miss, delf merchant
McParland, M., shoe maker
McPhillips, Francis, pensioner R.I.C.

Parr, Margaret S., delf and hardware merchant
Parkinson, Mrs. James, publican
Pratt, J., M.D., J.P.
Purdy, Francis

Quilty, E. J.

Rafferty, Bernard, R.I.C.
Rice, Hugh, railway hotel
Robinson, Mrs., publican
Robinson, William, publican
Ryan, James, baker

Sinton, D. H., & Co.
Sinton, Wm., coal merchant
Small, Robert, draper
Small, William, J.P., Lattery
Spence, Miss, draper

Taylor, Robert, publican
Taylor, Wm., draper
Todd, Mrs., Courthouse keeper
Topledy, William, mill worker
Topley, D., tenter
Torrens, David, hardware merchant
Torrens, William, carpenter
Turner, Mrs., laundress

West, J., railway porter

NEWRY STREET

Adair, James, dairy keeper
Beattie, Sara, mill worker
Beggs, J., dresser
Brady, James, fowl dealer
Brady, Kate, mill worker
Brady, Richard, fowl dealer
Bryns, Kate, mill worker
Bryns, M., mill worker
Burns, Robert, carpenter
Caldwell, David, labourer
Caldwell, Daniel, labourer
Callaghan, Thomas, fowl dealer
Carlisle, William, carter
Cassidy, John, fowl dealer
Chapman, George
Cleeland, Wm., shoe maker
Connelly, Mary
Connelly, Owen, fowl dealer
Cordner, James, delf merchant
Craig, David, labourer
Craig, Mary J.
Craney, Harry, horse dealer
Dobson, William J., rural postman
Engleby, Wm.
Goodfellow, Mary, washer woman
Hamilton, William, fowl dealer
Hendren, George, labourer
Hooks, James, labourer
Irwin, Jas., scutcher
Jackson, A. J., mill worker
Jamison, Isaac, carter
Kennedy, Mary J.
Kidd, Matilda
Leonard, Felix, fowl dealer
Linden, Mary Ann
Luke, James, grocer
Mills, Mrs., dress maker
Mount, Joseph, mill worker
Muldrew, Joseph, shoe maker
McCourt, Mary, lodging house
McGarity, Susan, mill worker
McGrath, John, fowl dealer
McKane, Mary
McNease, James, labourer
McParland, John, labourer
Patterson, Samuel, blacksmith
Ryan, Edward, carpenter
Short, Edward, fowl dealer
Short, John, fowl dealer
Sleith, Eliza J., mill worker
Thompson, Jno., horse dealer
Traynor, Patrick, horse dealer
Wallace, Mary, dress maker
Wallace, Thomas, carpenter
Watson, Richard, fowl dealer
Willis, John, labourer
Wilson, Andrew, merchant
Wilson, Samuel, mill worker

KEADY STREET

Cordner, Wm., mason
Corr, Mary, lodging house
Dougan, Mrs., farmer
Drum, Christopher, lodging house
Hanratty, Peter, cattle dealer
Kelly, Miss
Lindon, George, carpenter
Murphy, Tom, cattle dealer
McDonnell, James, labourer
O'Connor, Ann, lodging house
Rafferty, F., shopman
Robinson, John, labourer
Spence, William, shoe maker
Toner, Patrick, blacksmith

BUNKER'S HILL

Black, Matthew
Davison, Edward, stone mason
Glassey, Geo., labourer
Gwynne, Samuel, labourer
Irwin, Richard, civil bill officer
Kettle, James, labourer
Leonard, Felix, fowl dealer
Morrow, Margaret
Muldrew, James, labourer
Muldrew, Wm., milesman
McKenna, S., fowl dealer
Ringland, Margaret, mill worker
Sleith, Wm., labourer
Strain, James, tailor

RESIDENTS IN VICINITY

Acheson, Wm., Lurgaboy
Agnew, Francis, Lisnagat
Agnew, George, Kilbracks
Agnew, John, Kilbracks
Aikens, John, Tullyherron, Mountnorris
Aikens, W., Tullyherron, Mountnorris
Albin, Hugh, Tullyherron, Mountnorris
Albin, Samuel, Tullyherron, Mountnorris
Alexander, J. H., Kirnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
Allen, John, Drumbeecross, Collone, Armagh
Anderson, Henry, Manordougherty
Anderson, James, Monlurg
Anderson, J. W., Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Anderson, Richard, Cornacrew
Armstrong, F., Edenknappa
Armstrong, Hugh, Edenknappa, Collone
Armstrong, James, Drumgane
Armstrong, James, Kilbracks
Aston, John, Manordougherty

Bain, Isaac, Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Barret, Robert, Killyrudden, Hamiltonsbawn
Beattie, George, Tanaghmore
Beattie, Hugh, Hamiltonsbawn
Beattie, Mrs., Mullabane, Hamiltonsbawn
Beck, Alex., Hamiltonsbawn
Beck, James, Drumennis, Hamiltonsbawn
Bell, Benjamin, Derryraine, Hamiltonsbawn
Bell, Isaac, Derryraine, Hamiltonsbawn
Bell, J. T., Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Bell, Mrs. A., Drumachee, Armagh
Bell, Thomas, Derryraine, Hamiltonsbawn
Benn, William, Gosford Glen
Bittles, David, Carran, Poyntzpass
Black, Brabazon, Retarnet, Drumahee, Armagh
Black, James, Enagh
Black, John, Collone, Armagh
Black, John, Cabra
Black, John A., Drumahee, Armagh
Black, Joseph, Collone, Armagh
Black, Margaret, Lurganboy, Drumahee, Armagh
Black, Mathew, Edenkennedy
Black, Robert, Enagh
Black, Samuel, Ballylane
Blair, Hugh, Lisnagat
Boyle, Edward, Lisnalee, Mountnorris
Boyle, Patrick, Maytone, Glenanne
Bradshaw, James, Drumennis, Hamiltonsbawn
Bradshaw, Wm., Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Brown, James, Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
Brown, Robert, Carran, Payntzpass
Brown, Thomas, Carrowmoney, Hamiltonsbawn
Brown, Wm. J., Rocks, Hamiltonsbawn
Browne, Wm., Carran, Poyntzpass
Bryans, Margaret, Mullaghbrack
Burns, John, Brackley
Byers, Samuel, J.P., Mowhan

Caldwell, Geo., Edenkennedy
Caldwell, Thomas, Curry, Hamiltonsbawn
Callaghan, Hans Johnston, Groobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Callaghen, Thos., Edenkennedy
Callen, J., Shanecracken
Carlisle, Alex., jun., Ballylane, Glenanne
Carlisle, Wm., Edenkennedy
Carson, Henry, Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Carson, Thos., Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Cherry, John, Tanaghmore
Clark, John, Brackley
Clark, Mrs., Steeple Hill, Mountnorris
Clark, Samuel, Brackley
Clark, Wm., Brackley
Clayton, Thos., grocer, Mullabrack
Clelland, Eliza Ann, Drumatee
Cloughley, Annie, Curry, Hamiltonsbawn
Cloughley, Wm. Jas., Shanecrackenmore
Clugston, James, Moyrourkan, Tandragee
Coburn, Wallace, Drumachee
Cochrane, Robt., Drumnamather, Tandragee
Cochrane, Wm., Moyrourkan, Tandragee
Cole, Acheson, Carran, Poyntzpass
Collons, John, Mountnorris
Conlan, D., Kirnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
Conlan, James, Drumahee, Armagh
Conlan, Robert, Kirnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
Conlen, James, Drumahee, Armagh
Cooper, Lizzie, Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Copeland, George, Kilbracks
Copeland, R., Manordougherty
Cordner, James, Cavanagrove, Drumahee, Armagh
Cordner, S. J., Killyrudden, Hamiltonsbawn
Cordner, Wm., Ballylane
Corkey, Alex., Ballylane, Glenanne
Corkey, Dr., Glenanne
Corkey, John, publican, Glenanne
Corkey, Robert, Ballylane, Glenanne
Corkey, Samuel, Ballylane, Glenanne
Cosgrove, John, Cladybeg
Coulter, Hugh, Cladymore
Cowan, Arthur, Creunagh, Glenanne
Cowan, James, Moyrourkan, Tandragee
Craig, John, Coolmalish
Craig, Robert, Gosford Gate
Cromie, W. J., Drumalargh
Cromie, W. J., Mullinarry, Tandragee
Crossan, P., Drumnamather, Tandragee
Crozier, David, Segahan, Tassagh, Armagh
Crozier, James, Edenknappa, Collone, Armagh
Crozier, James, Segahan, Tassagh, Armagh
Crozier, John, Kirnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
Crozier, Tom, Segahan, Tassagh, Armagh
Cully, Alex., Brackley
Cully, David, Manordougherty
Cully, Robert, Lisdrumchor, Glenanne

Dalzell, George, Drumatee
Dalzell, George, Maghnaverry
Dalzell, Henry, Lisnagat
Dermott, Daniel, Mullinarry, Tandragee
Dickson, George, Druminnis, Hamiltonsbawn
Dickson, Henry, Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Dixon, Robert, Edenkennedy
Dizon, John, Lenalea, Hamiltonsbawn
Dobbin, Miss, Drumlack
Dobbin, F. W., Lenalea
Dodds, Robert, Segahan, Tassagh, Armagh
Donaldson, James, Cavanagrove, Drumahee, Armagh
Donnelly, Henry, Drumbeemore, Collone, Armagh
Dorey, John, Derryraine, Hamiltonsbawn
Dougan, Alex., Cavanagrove, Collone, Armagh
Dougan, John, Damoily
Dougan, George, Ballymacauly, Drumahee, Armagh
Dougan, John, Collone, Armagh
Dougan, John, Kirnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
Dougan, Mrs. E., Ballymacauly, Drumahee, Armagh
Dougan, Robert, Damoily
Dougan, Samuel, Carricklane
Dougan, Simpson, Cavanagrove, Drumahee, Armagh
Dougan, Wm., Segahan, Tassagh, Armagh
Douglas, John, Ballylane, Glenanne
Duggan, John, Mullaghbane, Hamiltonsbawn

Edwards, J. T., Monlurg
Elliot, James, Kilbracks
Elliot, John, Drumminnis, Hamiltonsbawn

Fagan, Peter, Manordougherty
Farrell, Robert, Corhamock
Feenan, Francis, Port Hill, Mountnorris
Feenan, James, Kilbracks
Feenan, Hugh, Maytone, Glenanne
Ferguson, R., Kilcopple, Collone, Armagh
Ferguson, Wm. James, Lenalea, Hamiltonsbawn
Ferrigan, James, Manordougherty
Ferris, Mrs. E., Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Finn, John, Edenknappagh, Collone, Armagh
Finnigan, James, Ballylane, Glenanne
Flack, Hugh, Brackagh, Poyntzpass
Francis, Thomas, Ballynewry, Richhill
Frazer, Mrs. L., Collone, Armagh
Fullerton, Alex., Tannaghmore
Fullerton, John, Tannaghmore
Fullerton, Samuel, Tannaghmore
Fullerton, Thos., Killyrudden, Hamiltonsbawn
Fullerton, Wm., Cavanagrove, Drumahee, Armagh
Fullerton, Wm., Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
Fulton, John, Ballymacauly, Drumahee, Armagh

Gass, Hugh, Cladymore
Gass, Mrs., Tullyallen, Glenanne
Gass, Mrs. E., Killymachugh
Gass, Wm., Ballylane
Gibson, Matthew, Corhamock
Giffen, John, Lenalea, Collone, Armagh
Gillyland, Robert, Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Gilmore, John, Kilbracks
Gilmore, Robt., Edenknappagh, Collone, Armagh
Girvan, R. J., Tullyherron, Mountnorris
Girvan, S. G., Tullyherron, Mountnorris
Golloghy, Henry, Cladybeg
Golloghy, Terence, Cladybeg
Gordan, Robert Enagh
Gorman, P., Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Gowdy, James, Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Graham, John, Johnstown, Hamiltonsbawn
Grant, Isaac, Lattery
Grant, James, Carrowmoney, Hamiltonsbawn
Gray, George, Maytone, Glenanne
Gray, Hugh, Edenkennedy
Gray, James, Enagh
Gray, James, Bryandrum
Gray, John (2), Ballylane
Gray, J. H., J.P., Maytone, Glenanne
Gray, Mrs. Gordan, Killymachugh
Gray, Mrs. S., Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Gray, Samuel, Ballymacauly, Drumahee, Armagh
Gray, Thos. H., Segahan, Tassagh, Armagh
Gray, Wm., Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Gray, Wm. B., Glenanne House, Glenanne
Gray, William George, J.P., Bryandrum
Greenlea, Wm., Ballynewry, Richhill
Greer, Alex., Hamiltonsbawn
Greer, H., Hamiltonsbawn
Greer, Robt. J., Mullaghbane, Hamiltonsbawn
Hadden, John, Crankey, Loughgilly
Haddon, John, Ballylane, Glenanne
Haddon, Robert, Ballylane, Glenanne
Halliday, John, Lisnalee, Mountnorris
Hamilton, Alex., Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
Hamilton, James, Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
Hamilton, John, Derrynaught
Hamilton, J., Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
Hamilton, Robert, Drumahee, Armagh
Hamilton, W., Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Hanna, David, Drumahee, Armagh
Hanna, David, Ballymacauly, Drumahee, Armagh
Harron, Arch., Tullyherron, Mountnorris
Harris, Henry, Lisnalee, Mountnorris
Harvey, Joseph, Cavanagrove, Drumahee, Armagh
Hawthorne, John, Maytone, Glenanne
Hazley, James, Mecantrim, Hamiltonsbawn
Heatley, James, Ballynewry, Richhill
Heatley, Thomas, Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Heatley, Wm., Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Henderson, Daniel, Lisdrumchor, Glenanne
Henning, George, Killeen, Armagh
Henry, John, Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
Hill, David, Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Hill, John, Corry, Hamiltonsbawn
Hill, Thomas, Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Holmes, Thomas, Lisnagat
Hutchenson, John, Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Hutchenson, Mrs. J., Collone, Armagh
Hutchenson, Wm., Mountnorris
Hutton, James, Drumahee, Armagh

Ingram, Thomas, Keadymore, Mountnorris
Irwin, Arch., Keadymore, Mountnorris
Irwin, David, Maytone, Glenanne
Irwin, Wm., Maytone, Glenanne
Irwin, Wm., Damoily

Jackson, Joseph, Curry, Hamiltonsbawn
Jackson, Joseph, Killyrudden, Hamiltonsbawn
Jackson, Mrs. Wm., Corhamock
Jackson, Wm., Curry, Hamiltonsbawn
Jameson, Alex., Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
Jamison, John, Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
Jeffers, James, Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Jeffers, Saml., Ballynewry, Richhill
Jennings, Patrick, Derlett
Johnston, Hans, Glenanne
Johnston, John, Corhamock
Johnston, James, Tanaghmore
Johnston, Wm., Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn

Kelley, Daniel, Drumagloy, Hamiltonsbawn
Kennedy, James, Cavanagrove, Drumahee, Armagh
Kennedy, W., Kirnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
Kenny, Peter, Mullinarry, Tandragee
Kenny, Michael, Mullinarry, Tandragee
Kenny, Patrick, Druminnis, Hamiltonsbawn
Killypatrick, John, Lurgyross, Glenanne
Kilpatrick, Arthur, Ballylane, Glenanne
Kilpatrick, David, Crunagh, Glenanne
Kilpatrick, James, Collone, Armagh
Kilpatrick, John, Ballylane, Glenanne
Kilpatrick, Robert, Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
Kilpatrick, Samuel, Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
Kilpatrick, Thomas, Ballylane, Glenanne
Kilpatrick, Tom, Cladybeg
Kilpatrick, Wm., Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
King, John, Hamiltonsbawn
King, Samuel, Killycopple, Collone, Armagh

Leathem, Robert, Drumachee
Lee, Alexander, Lisnagat
Lennon, John, Cladymore
Little, John, Johnstown, Hamiltonsbawn
Littlewood, Robt., Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Lockard, George, Lurgaboy
Lockart, Wm., Lisnalee, Mountnorris
Loudan, Mrs.
Loughlin, James, Edenkennedy
Loughran, Peter, Cladymore
Love, James, Damoily
Lowe, Stephen, Lisnalee, Mountnorris

Mackey, J. N., Cladymilltown
Magill, John, Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Mallaghan, Owen, Cladymore
Mallan, Thomas, Corry, Hamiltonsbawn
Malone, Thos., Mullaghbane, Hamiltonsbawn
Mann, Jacob, Cladybeg
Mann, Tom, Cladybeg
Manzer, Colonel, Marlycoo House, Portadown
Marshall, Mrs., E. E., Lattery
Marshall, Wm., Cladybeg
Marshall, Wm., Lattery
Martin, James, Ballylane
Martin, John (2), Ballylane
Martin, Samuel W. (2), Ballylane
Maxwell, Thomas, Manordougherty
Megarity, George, Killeen, Armagh
Meegary, Patrick, Hamiltonsbawn
Milligan, Robert, Mecantrim, Hamiltonsbawn
Mitchell, George, Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Mitchell, Mrs. Agnes, Drumgain
Mitchell, Robert, Killycopple
Moore, Jos., Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
Morrison, Thos., Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Mulligan, John, Retarnet, Hamiltonsbawn
Mulligan, Peter, Ballynewry, Richhill
Mulligan, Robt., Retarnet, Hamiltonsbawn
Murphy, Michael, Cladybeg

McArdle, John, Cladymore
McCammon, James, Damoily
McCairn, Hugh, Cladybeg
McCall, Crozier, Lenalea, Collone, Armagh
McCall, James, Drumbeecross, Collone, Armagh
McCall, James, Kirnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
McCall, John, Kirnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
McCall, R. S., Kirnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
McCall, Samuel, Segahan, Tassagh, Armagh
McCall, Thomas, Tullyallen, Glenanne
McCartney, David, Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
McCartney, Robert, Mullaghbane, Hamiltonsbawn
McCartney, Samuel, Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
McCartney, William, Kirnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
McCartney, Wm., Derryraine, Hamiltonsbawn
McClean, Henry, Monturg
McCleeland, R. & W., Drumahee, Armagh
McClenaghan, James, Cladybeg
McClenaghan, Wm., Cladybeg
McClure, James, Cladymore
McClure, James, Greyhillan
McClure, Samuel, Cladymore
McClure, Samuel, Damoily
McClure, Samuel, Enagh
McClure, Wm., Retarnet, Drumahee, Armagh
McClusky, Thos., Coolmalish
McComb, W. J., Lisdrumchor, Glenanne
McConnell, James, Hamiltonsbawn
McCoo, Samuel, Hamiltonsbawn
McCreery, John, Maymacullen, Tandragee
McCreery, Joseph, Maymacullen, Tandragee
McCreery, Samuel, Maymacullen, Tandragee
McCullagh, Alex., Cladymore
McCullagh, James, Cavanagrove, Drunahee, Armagh
McCullagh, John, Cladymore
McCune, James, Kirnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
McDowell, John, Lurgyross, Glenanne
McDowell, James, Lisdrumchor, Glenanne
McElroy, J. A., Lisdrumchor, Glenanne
McEwan, John, Derlett
McGarity, Robert, Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
McGaughey, James, Damoily
McGaughey, Robert, Enagh
McHugh, William, Retarnet, Hamiltonsbawn
McKenna, Thomas, Ballylane, Glenanne
McKinney, Robert, Lurgyross, Glenanne
McKnight, Rev. Wm., Chestnutt Cottage
McLoughlin, Dick, Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
McLoughlin, J. G., Killyrudden, Hamiltonsbawn
McLoughlin, Mrs. A. J., Carramoney, Hamiltonsbawn
McMahon, George, Collone, Armagh
McMahon, James, Mullinarry, Tandragee
McMahon, Mrs. George, Mullintarry, Tandragee
McMahon, Mrs. S., Mamecullen, Tandragee
McMullen, John, Lurgaboy, Drumahee, Armagh
McMullen, Wm., Markethill
McMullin, D., Cladybeg
McMullin, John, Cladybeg
McMullin, John, Damoily
McMurray, Wm., Mullabrack
McParland, Bernard, Drumachee, Armagh
McParland, E., Drumachee, Armagh
McParland, Frank, Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
McParland, John, Lisdrumchor, Glenanne
McParland, James, Mullabane, Hamiltonsbawn
McRobert, James, Mullabane, Hamiltonsbawn
McRobert, Wm., Mullabrack
McSherry, Arthur, Lisdrumchor, Glenanne
McSherry, Patrick, Lisdrumchor, Glenanne
McWhirter, Robert, Tullyallen, Glenanne

Nugent, Patrick, Cladybeg

Orr, Robt., Monlurg
O'Hagan, Francis, Lattery
O'Hanlon, Edward, Garva, Hamiltonsbawn
O'Hare, John, Ballymacauly, Drumahee, Armagh
O'Neill, Felix, Corhamock

Parke, Geo., Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Parkes, James, Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Parks, J. R., Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Parkes, M. W., Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Parr, Wm., Corhamock
Pearson, Jacob, Druminnis, Hamiltonsbawn
Peebles, Wm., Lenalea, Hamiltonsbawn
Phoenix, Wm., Edenknappa, Collone, Armagh
Pillow, Jackson, B.A., Drumachee, Armagh
Porter, Alex., Cladybeg
Porter, Alex., jun., Cladybeg
Porter, Hugh, Cladybeg
Porter, James, Edenknappa, Collone, Armagh
Porter, Wm., Lurgaboy, Drumahee, Armagh
Pringle, James, Magherydogherty
Purdy, John, Corlust, Tandragee
Purdy, Mrs., Drumlack

Qua, John, Mountnorris
Quinn, John, Drumennis, Hamiltonsbawn
Quinn, John, Rathdrumgan, Richhill
Quinn, Joseph, Manordougherty
Quinn, J. R., Killyrudden, Hamiltonsbawn
Quinn, Robert, Manordougherty
Quinn, Thomas, Drumeniss, Hamiltonsbawn

Rafferty, Daniel, Cladymore
Rafferty, James, Cladymore
Rafferty, Patrick (2), Cladymore
Rainey, Robt., Lurgaboy, Drumachee, Armagh
Rice, James, Drumatee
Rocks, Edward, Cladymore
Rocks, Henry, Cladymore
Rolston, James, Druminnis, Hamiltonsbawn
Ross, Wm., Ballynewry, Richhill
Roundtree, Wm., Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
Russell, Charles, Mountnorris
Russell, Christopher, Mountnorris
Rutherford, Jas., Druminnis, Hamiltonsbawn

Sanford, John, Ballynewry, Richhill
Scott, Adam, Derryraine, Hamiltonsbawn
Scott, John, Keadymore, Mountnorris
Semple, Robert, Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Shannon, Rev. Robert, Cladymore
Shaw, Alex., Lisdrumchor, Glenanne
Shaw, Wm., Carron, Poyntzpass
Shepherd, Ferguson, Lurgaboy, Markethill
Shepherd, John, Shanecracken
Shepherd, Robt., Drumfergus
Shields, Thomas, Brackagh, Tandragee
Shillington, Edward, Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Simpson, George, Collone, Armagh
Simpson, James, Collone, Armagh
Simpson, John, Cavanagrove, Drumahee, Armagh
Simpson, Wm., Killeen, Armagh
Sinclair, Wm., Mullabrack
Singleton, Harry, Drumatee
Singleton, Samuel, Drumlack
Sinton, John, Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Sinton, John T., Drumorgan
Slaven, Mrs., Maymacullen, Tandragee
Sleeth, Thos., Tullyherron, Mountnorris
Slieth, Alex., Enagh
Slieth, John, Damoily
Small, Hugh, Gosford Glen
Smyth, E., Glenanne
Speers, Alex., Cavanagrove, Drumahee
Spence, David, Mountnorris
Spence, Henry, Garvagh, Hamiltonsbawn
Spence, J. T., Mullabrack
Spence, Lewis, Drumatee
Steel, David, Carron, Poyntzpass
Steele, John, Brackagh, Tandragee
Steenson, Isaac, Mullabrack
Stevenson, Clarke, Ballylane
Steward, Hugh William, Glenanne
Stewart, Hugh W., Lisdrumchor
Steward, Wm. J., Lisdrumchor
Swan, James, Mecantrim, Hamiltonsbawn

Taggart, David & Samuel, Drumahee, Armagh
Taylor, George, Cladymore
Taylor, Mrs. Cladymore
Taylor, Robert, Ballylane
Taylor, Thomas, Cladymore
Tate, James, Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Tate, John, Collone
Tate, Miss, Collone
Tate, Thos., Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Thompson, David, Manordougherty
Thompson, Jas., Lisnalee, Mountnorris
Thompson, John, Lisnalee, Mountnorris
Thompson, Thomas, Kilbracks
Todd, Jas., Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Toner, Hugh, Ballylane
Toner, John, Maytone, Glenanne
Toner, John, Brackagh, Tandragee
Toner, Patrick, Maytone, Glenanne
Torrens, Robert, Bryandrum
Traynor, Thomas, Enagh
Tweedie, Samuel, Coolmalish

Vallely, Daniel, Cladybeg
Vallely, Edward, Cladybeg
Vallely, John, Cladymore
Vallely, Mrs. C., Cladymore
Vallely, Hugh, Cladybeg
Vallely, Neill, Cladymore
Vallely, Terence, Cladybeg

Walker, J. McC., Corlust, Tandragee
Walker, Robert, Mountnorris
Walker, Wm. J., Mountnorris
Wallace, James, Cladymore
Wallace, Thos., Corry, Hamiltonsbawn
Wallace, Thos., Bryandrum
Waugh, Mrs. Jane, Drumahee, Armagh
Whiteside, James, Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Whiteside, Samuel, Kilbracks
Williamson, Wm., Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Wilson, Jas., Drumbeecross, Collone, Armagh
Wilson, John, Killyrudden, Hamiltonsbawn
Wilson, Robert, Ballymacally, Drumahee, Armagh
Wilson, Thomas, Cavanagrove, Drumahee, Armagh
Wilson, Thomas, Macantrim, Hamiltonsbawn
Wilson, Wm., Cavanagrove, Drumahee, Armagh
Wilson, Wm., Kilbracks

MILFORD

Is a thriving village in the parish of Tullyfern, County Donegal, with a population of between 400 and 500.  It is situated one mile from the head of Mulroy Bay (which is navigable for vessels of 250 tons burthen), three miles from Ramelton, nine from Letterkenny, and within easy communication of Londonderry, via Lough Swilly Railway and Rathmullen ferry.  It is most picturesquely situated on rising ground, surrounded by plantations, hills, and lakes, and the latter are most attractive on account of their trout and salmon fisheries.  It is on the direct route to the new Norwegian Hotel - Rosapenna - erected at great expense by the late Earl of Leitrim, and the drive there by char--banc or car along the shore of Mulroy Bay, studded with many islands, is one of the most charming.  On the opposite side of the bay, the drive to Portsalon, where there is another good hotel, is also very fine, and the scenery is acknowledged by the numerous Scotch tourists to be quite equal to that of the Highlands of their own Country.  Fairs are held on the 23rd of every month, which are the best cattle markets in County Donegal, and are largely attended.  There is also a market for fowls every Monday, and one for grain, potatoes, etc., every Friday.  Steamer communication is kept up weekly from Glasgow by the Melmore, capable of accommodating 50 cabin passengers, and calling at Derry and Portrush on her return.  There are three schools under the National Board, an Episcopal, a Presbyterian, and a Reformed Presbyterian Church, and a short distance from the town a Roman Catholic Chapel.  A Workhouse, large enough to contain 540 inmates, and a Fever Hospital, stand about a quarter of a mile from the town on the road leading to Ramelton.  Petty Sessions are held fortnightly.

Postal Telegraph Office - R. McCausland, postmaster
Magistrates who preside at Petty Sessions - G. B. Butler, R.M.; J. A. Diamond, J.P.; A. Manning.  Clerk of Petty Sessions - Thomas Stewart
Insurance Agents - R. McCausland, T. Stewart

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Rev. Mr. McQuade
Reformed Presbyterian - Vacant
Presbyterian - Rev. W. J. Young, B.A.
Roman Catholic - Rev. H. McDevitt, C.C.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Male and female National School - J. O'Doherty
National Schools - Male, Wm. Crawford, teacher; female, Miss A. Watters
Dispensary - W. H. C. Clarke, M.D., medical officer
Workhouse - J. Blayney, master
Fever Hospital - Mrs. Crawford, nurse

INHABITANTS

Alcorn, A. J., grocer
Alcorn, James, blacksmith
Alcorn, William, cooper

Baxter, S. A., Hotel
Beck, J. F., Reformed Presbyterian minister
Blackwood, Miss, Lake View
Blaney, J., workhouse master
Buchanan, James
Buchanan, Wm., grocer

Clarke, W. H. C, medical officer
Conaghan, P., saddler
Corry, Matthew, grocer
Cullen, Bernd., jun., boot and shoe maker
Cullen, Bernd., sen., boot and shoe maker

Diamond, Jas. A., wine and spirit merchant
Duffy, Manus, civil bill officer

English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agent, A. Manning, Leitrim Estate Office, Mulroy

Flanagan, Thomas, school master

Gallagher, Anthony, tailor
Gallagher, John, boot and shoe maker
Glenn, Moses, wine and spirit merchant

Hazlett, Mrs., dress maker
Hazlett, Robert, carpenter
Hegarty, Robert, poultry dealer

Kincaid, William, publican

Lochrin, Mrs., china merchant

Maguire, Mrs., china merchant
Matson, Mrs.
May, Thomas, sergeant R.I.C.
Mitchell, Peter, captain s.s. Melmore
Mooney, William, carpenter and contractor
Moore, Samuel, blacksmith
Moore, William, blacksmith
Muneley, Miss, cafe manager

McCafferty, Patrick, poultry dealer
McCafferty, P., baker
McCausland, R., postmaster
McCoach, Miss, dress maker
McCoach, Wm., painter and glazier
McConnell, Wm. J., merchant
McDermott, Patrick, carpenter and publican
McDevitt, Hugh, Hotel
McDevitt, Rev. Hugh, C.C.
McElhinney, Miss, dress maker
McElhinney, Mrs., china merchant
McGettigan, Patrick, butcher
McMahon, Jas., miller
McMahon, Samuel, carpenter

Osborne, John Allen, solicitor
O'Donnell, Hugh, manager Steam Milling Co.

Phoenix Fire Office - Agent, A. Manning, Mulroy

Rainey, S. B., draper
Russell, William, grain merchant

Stephens, R.
Stewart, John, Temperance Hotel
Stewart, Thos., shipping agent and merchant
Strain, Patrick, butcher
Sweeney, John, baker
Sweeney, John, shoe maker
Sweeney, Mrs., butter and egg merchant

Tease, Thomas, saddler

Watters, J. M., auctioneer
Watters, Samuel, clerk of Union
Whoriskey, J., butcher and poultry dealer
Whyte, Miss, draper
Whyte, Robert, clerk of Leitrim estates office
Wilson, William, builder and contractor

Young, W. J., B.A., Presbyterian minister

FARMERS

Allen, William, Farquhar
Campbell, James, Cratlaugh House
Dickson, Charles, Gortmacall
Gamble, James, Cratlaugh
Hamilton, Charles, Tyrhomen
Hunter, John, Carnmoney
Hunter, John, Rossgarrow
Johnston, George, Gortnavern
Johnston, Samuel, Tyrhomen
Matson, Thomas, Glassnant
Morrow, Thomas, Farquhar
McConnell, Robert, Lagg
McIlwaine, Andrew, Gortmacall
McNutt, Anthony, Gortmacall
McNutt, Robert, Aughanurson
McNutt, Samuel, Tyrehomen
Patterson, Colin, Glenkeen
Patterson, John, Glenkeen
Patterson, Matthew, Urbleshinney
Ritchie, John, Glenkeen
Sproule, Andrew, Fern Hill
Stevenson, Alex., Ballygay
Stewart, Andrew, Loughnakey
Watters, J. M., Farquhar
Young, Samuel, Gortmacall

MOIRA

Anciently called Moirath, is a post town in the County Down, situated on the road from Belfast to Armagh, within half a mile of the Great Northern Railway Station. The town, though small, is clean, and consists of one long, spacious street, containing a handsome Courthouse.  Petty Sessions are held on the last Wednesday of each month.  The Church was erected at the joint expense of Sir John Rawdon and the Earl of Hillsborough,  It is a large Gothic edifice, with a square tower, surmounted by a spire, and, from its situation above the town forms a conspicuous and picturesque object in this well-planted district.  Lord Deramore, of Belvoir Park, Belfast, is now the owner of the Moira estate.  Fairs are held on the first Thursday in February, May, August, and November.  Population in 1891, 414

Post Office - Sara Hull, postmistress
Petty Sessions held last Wednesday in every month.  Magistrates - Messrs. R. Waddell, James L. Douie, A. E. Brush, John Macoun, Wm. T. Henry, G. McKitterick, J.P.; T. H. Brownrigg, M.D., J.P.; and Henry Mathers, J.P.  Mr. Hatch, clerk of petty sessions
R.I. Constabulary - George Smith, sergeant
Barony Cess Collector - John Taylor

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Aghalee, Rev. J. W. Sleator, rector; St. John's, Rev. T. W. Harper, rector
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Samuel Graham
Unitarian Church - Rev. Wm. Wetherall
Methodist Chapel - Rev. H. Shire

INHABITANTS

Allen, Jas., farmer, Gortnamoney House

Barklie, Rev. J. K., The Rectory
Bateman, Isaac, farmer, The Forrest
Bell, Edward, farmer, Thornbrook
Bell, Isaac, farmer, Trumra House
Bell, John, grocer
Bonar, John, fowl dealer
Boyle, Arthur, farmer
Brown. James, farmer, Tullaleoob
Brownrigg, T. H., M.D., dispensary officer, Fairmount House
Bunting, J. H., N.S. teacher
Bunting, Mrs. F. E., N.S. teacher
Bunting, Robert, farmer, Bottear

Carroll, Wm. John, haberdasher
Cherry, W. S., clerk
Clarke, Wm., publican
Corbett, Robert, farmer
Cousins, Joseph, spirit dealer

English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire Office - Agent, James L. Douie, J.P., estate agent
Erwin, John, dairyman
Erwin, Joseph H., grocer

Gamble, N., shoe maker
Gorman, Stafford, Broom Mount
Graham, Rev. Samuel
Green, Alfred, farmer, Bottear House
Greer, James B., Drumbane, farmer

Hammond, James, farmer, Ballycanal
Hammond, Mrs. Eliza, farmer, Lady Bridge
Harper, Rev. T. B., Waringfield
Harper, Rev. T. W., The Rectory
Heron, James, farmer, Carman's Inn
Herron, James, farmer
Herron, Thomas, draper
Hewitt, Alfred, carpenter
Hewitt, James, farmer
Hewitt, James, farmer, Legmore
Hewitt, Wm., farmer, Legmore
Hull, Samuel, boot and shoe maker

Kerr, George, farmer, Darginstown

Lavery, Edward, farmer, Train View Poobles
Lavery, James, weaver
Law, James, tailor
Lennon, Thos., precentor Presbyterian Church
Logan, James, farmer, Ballymagarahan
Logan, John, Drumbane, farmer
Logan, Mrs. Isaac, farmer, Ballymagarahan
Lyttle, Robert, shoe maker

Magempey, F. E., N.S. teacher
Marwood, Peter, saddler
Milass, T. R., posting
Morrison, John, dairyman
Mullan, William, fowl dealer

McCartan, James, butcher
McCartney, James, surface man
McCartney, W. J., lodging house
McCaw, John, precentor United Presbyterian Church
McClelland, Alexander, labourer
McClure, Jane, grocer
McConnell, Arthur, estate bailiff
McConnell, James, weaver
McCullough, James, farmer, Hunter's Hall
McCullough, Thomas, baker
McCusker, Thomas, lodging house
McDowell, R., agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
McGeown, The Misses, dress makers
McKitterick, George, J.P., farmer, Kilmore

North, John, summons server

Palmer, Job, shop keeper
Patterson, Robt., farmer, Legmore
Potter, Wm., labourer

Rollins, George, tailor
Ruddell. Thos., grocer, Deramore Arms Hotel

Scandrett, Miss, agent, white work
Scott, Sergeant-Major
Spence, Wm., surface man
Stewart, James, carpenter
Stewart, Jane, lodging house
Stewart, Mrs., draper
Stewart, Thomas, grocer
Swain, James, farmer, New Orchard

Titterington, Edward, sexton of church
Turner, James, farmer
Turkington, Charles, smith and plough maker
Turkington, Thomas, carter and farmer

Upritchard, Wm., entertainment and lodging

Waddel, Robert A., lime burner, whiting works, tile and brick works
Weir, John, sexton of Methodist Chapel
Weir, John, weaver
Wells, James, farmer, Legmore
Wilson, Andrew, farmer, Clare Hill
Wilson, Joseph, weaver
Wilson, Mrs. Sarah, Berkwick Hall
Wilson, W. W., Clare Limeworks

MONAGHAN

Is an important market town, and the Assize town for the county, forty-three miles S.W. by W. from Belfast.  The town consists of one principal square, and several streets diverging from it.  The County Courthouse is a handsome building.  The old prison has been converted into an excellent Infirmary for the county, which was opened in 1896 by his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, Lord Cadogan. There is a Fever Hospital about a quarter of a mile from the town.  At the north entrance are the Cavalry Barracks and Union Workhouse.  The principal trade is the exchange of general merchandise and agricultural produce in the surrounding county.  The Belfast, Ulster, Provincial, and Hibernian Banks have branches here; there is also a Savings Bank.  The Parish Church is a handsome structure in the later English style of architecture, with a squire tower (square?) surmounted by a spire. The interior contains some handsome monuments and marble tablets.  There are two Presbyterian Churches and several Methodist Churches.  A magnificent Roman Catholic Cathedral, the tower of which contains a splendid peal of bells, adjoins the town.  There are some good public schools.  At the end of North Street is a large Model School, and near to it is the terminus of the Great Northern Railway.  There are two newspapers published here - "Northern Standard" and "The People's Advocate."  A Lunatic Asylum has been erected, capable of holding 1,000 patients.  Petty Sessions Court held on each Tuesday.  Quarter Sessions four times and Assizes twice each year.  The market days are Monday, Wednesday and Saturday - the first two for the usual articles of consumption, the two latter for corn and grass seed.  The fair, on the first Monday of every month, is an important one for pork, cattle, and flax.  Population of the town in 1891, 2,938

Post Office, Diamond - C. W. Williams, postmaster
Constabulary Station, Glasslough Street - District Inspector, Thomas Cahill; Head constable, Girvan
County Infirmary
Courthouse, Church Square

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland, Parish Church, Church Square - Rev. Mr. Bradley, rector
Presbyterian Church - First Monaghan, Rev. J. A. Allison; W. Anderson, sexton.  Second, Rev. S. L. Orr, The Manse; John Walker, sexton
Wesleyan Methodist Church, Market Street and New Road - Rev. William Orr
Roman Catholic Cathedral - Rev. R. Owens, Lord Bishop of Clogher; administrator, Rev. J. McDonald; curates, Rev. Mr. Lynch and Rev. P. Gallagher

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Banks - Belfast Banking Co. Ltd., Dublin Street, ? Moody, manager; Provincial Bank of Ireland, North Street, J. F. Elliott, manager' ? McCallan, cashier; Ulster Banking Co. Ltd., A. McCartney, manager; ? Kerr, cashier; Hibernian Banking Co., J. F. Pinchan, manager; Savings Bank, Hill Street, Henry Rogers, manager
Dispensary, Mill Street - Dr. James Henry, medical officer
Fever Hospital - Secretary, William Martin; surgeon, J. C. Hall, M.B.; apothecary, Dr. M. Whitla
Infirmary - Surgeon, J. C. Hall, M.B.; assistant surgeon, Dr. Whitla
Union Workhouse, Kinacloy - Master, F. Loughhead; matron, Miss Woods
Monaghan Model School - Head master; W. Eagleson; head mistress, Miss Auld; assistant, Miss Lenahan
Monaghan Collegiate School - Head master, T. H. M. Woods
Rossmore Estate Office - J. W. Johnston, agent; Jas. Clarke, clerk
Salvation Army Barracks, Glasslough Street
Orange Hall, North Road - Caretaker, Mrs. McKinley

INHABITANTS

Allison, Rev. J. A., The Manse
Anderson, Wm., grocer, Glasslough Street
Armstrong, Mrs., Clonkirk

Beckingham, Chas., lodgings, Market Street
Benson, M., grocer, Glasslough Street
Benson, S., plumber, Dublin Street
Black, Robert, spirit dealer, Market Street
Boyland, James, publican, Market Street
Breakey, H., boot manufacturer, Church Square
Breakey, H. J., draper, The Diamond
Breakey, H. J., The Hill, Mountain View
Brimer, Robt., crane master and farmer
Brimmer, Robert, farmer, Latherkin
Burnside, S. R., grocer, Market Street

Caffery, ?, Victor Hugo, Model Farm, Corlatt
Campbell, Mrs., painter and glazier, Market Street
Carson, John, carpenter, Glasslough Street
Cavanagh, J., publican, Market Street
Clarke Bros., publicans, leather and provision stores, Dublin Street
Clarke, J., estate office, Mill Street
Coffey, Robert, Coolshannagh
Coffey, The Misses, boot warehouse, Market Street
Condell, George, Dawson Street
Condell, H. & J., grocer Diamond
Condell, Thomas, J.P., grocer, Church Square
Connolly, James, The Shambles
Corr, Bros., cattle merchants and butchers, Park Street
Crawford, Samuel, butcher
Crawford, S., farmer, Latlurkin
Crawford, Wm., grocer, Diamond
Crawford, Mrs., & Sons, blacksmiths, Dawson Street
Creighan, ?, gunsmith, Dublin Street

Delaney, Miss, farmer, Tullycrimmin
Doran, ?, clerk of works, The Terrace
Drumm, David
Drumm, Mrs., & Sons, painters, Diamond
Dunwoody, F., J.P., Mill Street
Dunwoody, J. F., solicitor, North Road

Edgar, Mrs., butcher, Diamond
Elliott, J. F., North Road
English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agents, Harry Rogers, J.P., estate agent; James Clarke, estate office; John Gillespie, 1 High Street
Evans, Francis, painter, Dublin Street

Fiddes, Captain, Holywood
Fiddes, Joseph, Clenamully
Fiddis, J., The Hill
Fitzpatrick, T., draper, Church Square

Gallagher, Owen, land surveyor, Roslea
Gaulfield, Wm., collector, Glasslough Street.
Gillespie, J., land agent's assistant, 1 High Street
Gillespie, John, Mill Street
Gillespie, Wm., Church Square
Gordon, James, Cornock
Graham, Edward, proprietor of railway carts
Graham, E., butter merchant, Diamond
Graham, J. A., Coolmain Farm
Graham, Michael, publican, Market Street
Graham, Robt., farmer, Coolmain Farm
Graham, R., iron monger and newsagent, The ?
Greacen, R., proprietor Westenra Arms Hotel
Greacen, R.
Greacen, W., hotel proprietor, Mill Street
Gunn, M., cattle dealer, Market Street

Hall, Dr., J. C, Rowantree Terrace
Hamilton, Mrs., Cornacassa
Harrison, Miss, plumber, Market Street
Henderson, Maria, Bessmount Park
Henry, Dr. James, North Road
Henry, S. R., chemist, The Diamond
Henry, Thomas, grocer, Diamond
Holland, T., saddler, Dublin Street
Houston, James J. A., The Terrace
Hughes, Francis, baker, Dublin Street

Jackson, Henry G., grocer, Dublin Street
Jackson, Matthew, Lambslake
Jenkins, Alex., stationer and fancy warehouse, The Diamond
Johnson & Co., drapers, Diamond

Keenan, J., District Inspector National Schools, Glenview
Keiran, Bernard, publican, Market Street
Keiran, Bernard, C.T.C., publican, Park Street
Kelly, Peter, spirit dealer, Mill Street
Kennedy, Ross, publican
Keown, James, grocer, Dublin Street
Keown, Thomas, chemist, Mill Street
Kernaghan, Thomas, Westenra Terrace
Kerr, James, photographer, North Road
Kierns, P., Dublin Street
King, Mrs.

Leeman, H. G., woollen draper, Diamond
Leeman, Wm., publican and grocer, Market Street
Leetch, J., tailor
Leslie, ?, North Road
Lester, Thomas, station master, Great Northern Railway
Logan, John, delf warehouse, Market Street
Lough, Francis, Legnakelly
Loughran & Co., grocers, Church Square
Lynch, George, Canal stores

Mallen, Michael, general merchant, Dublin Street
Marley, Essey, fish monger, Market Street
Martin, Henry
Martin, James, hide dealer, Old Cross Square
Martin, T. C., Castleshane
Martin, Wm., solicitor, Mill Street
Mayne, J. A., cashier Belfast Bank
Mayne, J. A., jun., Killinadrain
Mitchell, Harry, Rosefield
Mitchell, James, woollen draper, Market Street
Mitchell, Joseph, Carahor
Mitchell, Joseph, woollen draper, Diamond
Mitchell, Samuel, clerk of Union
Mitchell, ? carpenter, Latherkin
Monaghan Cycle Company, Glasslough Street
Monaghan Premier Creamery
Montgomery, J. H., Mill Street
Moody, ?, manager Belfast Banking Co. Ltd.
Moore, James, commissioner of affidavits
Morrow, William, shoe maker, Glasslough Street
Mullen, James, grocer, Market Street
Mullen, Jos., boot warehouse, Market Street
Mullen, Peter, spirit dealer, Park Street
Murdoch, Jane, earthenware dealer and grocer, Glasslough Street
Murphy, George, butcher, Dublin Street
Murphy, Mrs., delf warehouse, Market Street
Murray, E., boot warehouse, Market Street

MacConkey, The Misses, dress makers, Market Street
McAleese, Chas. D., reporter, Market Street
McAleese, Daniel, M.P., Hill Street
McAuley, C, Kildreeney and Dublin Street
McCaddam, publican, Market Street
McCaffery, Victor Hugo, Model Farm, Corlatt
McCardle, Patrick, publican, Toll Bar
McCarney, ?, tailor
McCarron, John, baker, Glasslough Street
McCarron, Wm., publican, The Shambles
McCartney, A., Ulster Bank
McClean, James, R.M., Beech Hill
McCleery, Denis Paul, spirit dealer, Old Cross Square
McClelland, Robt., gunsmith, Old Cross Square
McClunchy, J., Westenra Terrace
McConnell, A. E., V.S., Swanpark
McCoy, Mrs., Tullyherm House
McCulloch, Mrs., leather cutter, Dublin Street
McDermott Bros., coach builders, Dublin Street
McDowell, Mrs., dairy keeper, Glasslough Street
McElmeel, E., grocer, Glasslough Street
McElnay, Thomas, carpenter, Market Street
McEntee, P., publican, Market Street
McFadden, Francis, butcher, Dublin Street
McFadden, ?, greengrocer, Dublin Street
McFadden, James, butcher, Dublin Street
McGowan, Wm., grocer, Glasslough Street
McGowan & Wilkinson, restaurant, The Diamond
McGuigan, James, printer, Glasslough Street
McGuire, E., butcher, Glasslough Street
McGlew, Thomas, Rosemount
McKee, John, confectioner, Dublin Street
McKenna, B., publican, Church Square
McKenna, Joseph, fish monger, Dublin Street
McKenna, Patrick, tea merchant, Market Street
McKenna, Patrick, publican, Glasslough Street
McMahon, Edward, clerk, Westenra Terrace
McMeel, Mary, publican, Glasslough Street
McNally, B., draper, Church Square
McPhillips Bros., grocers, Market Street
McPhillips, P., publican and grocer, Glasslough Street
McWilliam, Wm., Clerk of Crown and Peace, Corlatt House

Nelson, Mrs., farmer and road contractor, Cormeen
Nolan, Mrs., Newsagent, Dublin Street
Nolan, P., contractor, Mill Street
Nolan, ?, builder, The Hill

Orr, Rev. Robert, Methodist minister
Owens, Dr., the Bishop of Clogher, Roman Catholic Chapel House
O'Brien, Major, Ballyleck

Parke, R. H., LL.D., solicitor, Swan Park
Patton, David, grocer, spirit dealer and ironmonger, Market Street
Phoenix Fire Office - Agents, Harry Rogers, J.P., The Hill; James Clarke, Mill Street; James A. Mayne, The Hill; John Gillespie, 1 High Street; J. Forster Dunwoody, North Road
   Estate Office, Glasslough
Pinchin, J. F., Hibernian Bank

Rafferty, F. J., Hibernian Bank
Rafferty, Mrs., grocer, Market Street
Rafferty, auctioneer
Rafferty, Patrick, J.P., flax merchant, Mill Street
Richardson, Edward, Poplar Vale
Robinson, ?, plumber, Glasslough Street
Rodgers, ?, County Inspector
Rogers, Harry, J.P., estate agent, The Hill
Ronnan, ?, school master, Rosemount
Rooney, ?, draper, Market Street
Ross, D., Legacurry
Ross, J. M., Liscarney
Ross, Mrs., Westenra Terrace
Rossmore, Lord, Rossmore Park
Rushe, D. C, solicitor, Church Square
Ryan, Wm., blacksmith, Mill Street

Schofield, ?, farmer, Latherkin
Scott, Samuel, Dublin Street
Scott, Wm., butter merchant, The Hill
Scottish Union National and Equitable Insurance Agent - James A. Graham, Diamond
Sherry, Edward, Westenra Terrace
Sherry, Mrs. Maggie, spirit dealer and grocer, Dublin Street
Sherry, Patrick, saddler, High Street
Simmonds, The Misses, drapers, Diamond
Sloey, James, baker, Market Street
Smith, Misses, Glasslough Street
Smith, Mrs., grocer and publican, Market Street
Smollen, Joseph, town clerk
Stewart, Robert, carpenter, Market Street
Swan, Dr. Walter, The Diamond
Swan, Wm., proprietor "Northern Standard," Diamond
Swan, W. H., sub-sheriff, Tullyherm and Diamond
Swan, Wm., & Son, auctioneers, Diamond
Swift, James, boot maker, Glasslough Street

Taylor, H. M., jeweller, Rosemount
Tayche, ?, county inspector of police, The Hill
Thompson, Robert, saddler, Glasslough Street
Tierney, Francis, publican, Glasslough Street
Tierney, Peter, publican and auctioneer, Dublin Street
Tierney, The Misses, drapers, Dublin Street
Tisdall, T. C., Castleshane
Tracey, Mrs., midwife, Glasslough Street
Treanor, John, grocer, Market Street
Treanor, John, auctioneer, Dublin Street
Treanor, John, grocer, Dublin Street
Tucker, Drum-Major, Mill Street

Ward, L., tailor, Dawson Street
Warner, J., clerk of petty sessions, Church square
Westenra, Hon. Peter, J.P.
Whitla, Dr., druggist, Diamond
Whitla, M. R., M.D., The Hill
Wilkinson, Joseph, contractor, North Road
Williams, C., post master, Klondyke House
Williams, C. A., Klondyke House, The Hill
Wilson, J. H. M., surveyor
Wilson, John, Newgrove
Wilson, Mrs. West, diocesan school
Wilson, R. A. chemist
Wilson, Robert, relieving officer, Glasslough Street
Wilson, Robt., labourer, Glasslough Street
Wilson, Thos., Newgrove
Wilson, T., surveyor, Glenview
Woods, Chas., publican, Dublin Street
Woods, Charles, spirit merchant, Dublin Street
Woods, John, Mill Street
Woods, J., butter merchant, Dawson Street
Woods, Mrs., Mill Street
Woods, Peter, Park Street
Wrice, Wm., car owner, Mill Street
Wright, Joseph, Kilnacloy
Wright, Joseph, solicitor, Mill Street

MONEYMORE

Is in the County Derry, 32 Irish miles W.N.W. from Belfast.  The town and a large tract of the adjacent country are the property of the Drapers' Company, London, who have greatly improved it and surrounding district.  Petty Sessions are held on the first Tuesday in each month.  The whole estate belonging to the Company comprises 56 Townlands.  The Church of Ireland, Desertlyn, in the town, is a very elegant structure, in the Norman style of architecture, erected in 1832, at an expense of 6,000, wholly defrayed by the Drapers' Company.  The Drapers' Company also built at their expense the Rev. Dr. Barnett's Presbyterian Church, at a cost of 4,000, and subscribed liberally to the building of Rev. W. Sharp's Presbyterian Church.  Since the estate came into their possession they have expended 50,000 in the improvement of the town of Moneymore alone, exclusive of about 100,000 upon other portions of their property.  The weekly grain market is held on Friday, and the fair is held on the 21st of every month.  A Co-operative Creamery is now working in the town, and with the aid of five auxiliaries turns out a very large amount of butter; and the price paid suppliers for milk far exceeds the system of taking the home made butter to the market.  Population in 1891, 537

Post Office - Mrs. E. Harris, postmistress; Mr. Thomas Elder, assistant
Magistrates - Lieut.-Col. Sir Wm. F. Lenox-Conyngham, Spring Hill; James Leeper, Welbrook; H. C. Davison, Thomas Meeke, Springvale; G. Ramsay, Clagan; W. Ekin, Rock Spring; T. Crilly, Lissan
Petty Sessions Clerk - Thomas Pattleton
Drapers' Company Office - James L. Cooney, clerk; estate overseer and surveyor, Henry Byrne

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Rev. J. R. McKim, M.A., rector; Ballyeglish, Rev. E. A. Tichborne, rector; Ballinderry, Rev. C. A. B. Millington, rector; Lissan, Rev. Geo. Yeates, rector; Tamlight, Rev. A. S. Irwin, rector
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. W. Reid; Second Presbyterian Church, Rev. J. W. Sharpe; Ballygoney, Rev. J. J. Wright; Lecumpher, Rev. R. McCammon; Saltersland, Rev. McClean
Wesleyan Methodist Church - Minister various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Thos. Larkin, P.P.; curate, Rev. ? McOscar; Rev. P. McMullen, P.P.; Rev. ? McWilliams, C.C.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Belfast Bank Limited (Cookstown branch) - J. G. Donaldson, manager; open on Fridays and fair days

SOCIETIES

Moneymore Co-operative Agricultural and Dairy Society Ltd. - President, Mr. Henry Byrne; manager, J. Hansen; with auxiliaries at Castledawson, Desertmartin, Lissan, Garvagh, and Draperstown
Desertlyn Co-operative Poultry Society Ltd. - Mr. W. Anderson, manager
Coagh Loan and Monetary Co. Ltd. - Isaac McCord, manager
National Male School - Wm. Porter, master
National Female School - Miss Orr, teacher; Miss Rankin, assistants
Medical Profession - Wm. McIver, M.D., coroner, attendant at Drapers' and Union Dispensary, and registrar of births, deaths and marriages; Dr. Burgess, Dispensary, Coagh

INHABITANTS

Agnew, Alex., painter
Allen, Mrs., Moneymore
Andrews, Mrs., Gortagilly N.S.

Badger, James, grocer and egg merchant, Gortagilly
Bell, George, shipping agent, grocer and hardware merchant
Bell, John, sergeant R.I.C.
Bell, Robert, farmer, Moneyhaw
Bell, Thomas, farmer, Boherbuoy Cottage
Bell, Walter J., Drapers' Arms Hotel
Blaney, Thomas, grocer and general merchant
Bradley, Samuel, farmer, Larrycormick
Brooks, James, merchant tailor
Brown, Andrew, farmer, Ballyeglish
Brown, David, farmer, Ballyeglish
Brown, William J., postman
Brown, J., & Sons, carriers, Ballygurk Mills
Burnett, Miss, head dairymaid
Burns, MICHAEL, R.I.C.

Carleton, Thomas, P.L.G., Lawford Street
Carson, Joseph, farmer, Ballydawley
Conyngham, A. B. Lenox, Manor House
Conyngham, Lady Lenox, Springhill
Conyngham, Miss, Springhill
Cooney, J. L., clerk, agent for English and Scottish Law Life Office
Costello, Miss, grocer and spirit dealer
Cousley, J. W., lime works, Gortagilly
Cousley, Robert, farmer, Moymulmurray
Cowan, James, farmer, Annahavil
Crooks, William, town postman

Devlin, P. J., Commercial Hotel
Devlin, Mrs., spirit merchant
Devlin, Mrs., spirit grocer, Druminard Loup
Devlin, Mrs. H., grocer, provision and coal merchant
Devlin, Patrick, lime merchant
Donnelly, Mrs., spirit merchant, Bracka House
Duff, John, farmer, Churchhill
Dunn, James, grocer, Smith Street

Ekin, Wm., J.P., Rockspring
Ekin, W., farmer, Ballymoyle
Elder, T., Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News," etc.
English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire Office - Agents, James L. Cooney, George Bell, merchant

Farley, Alexander, horse dealer and farmer
Farley, James, farmer
Farley, James, farmer, Tamnadoey
Faulkner, Sarah, grocer
Fleming, Charles, Ballinderry N.S.

Garvin, G. R., farmer, Tamnodoey
Gerrity, Miss, dress maker
Gilliland, James, blacksmith
Gilmore, Robert, farmer, Carmain
Graham, Henry, horse shoer
Guidera, P., station master and spirit merchant
Guy, James, teacher, Carndairy N.S.

Hanna, Misses, Circular Road
Hanna, Thomas, tailor
Harbison, Henry, spirit merchant
Harris, Annie, dress maker
Harris, David, farmer, Moymulmurray
Harris, E., postmistress and agent for Lipton's teas
Harris, Robert, M.R.C.V.S.
Henderson, W., farmer, Ballydawley
Hoey, J., lodging house and farmer
Hogg, Hugh, Desertlyn Cottage
Hogg, James, farmer, Beechhill
Hogg, William, farmer, Maghadone
Hutchison, Mrs., dress maker
Hutchison, William, miller and carpenter

Irwin, Miss, Churchill N.S.

Johnston, J., teacher, Ballindrum

Kelly, J., pensioner, Red Row
Kerrigan, P., Ballynenagh N.S.
King, J., Carradarragh N.S.

Larkin, Rev. Thomas, P.P.
Lawrence, Robert, farmer, Quilly
Lawrence, William, farmer, Carndaisy
Lapping, C. T., pensioner
Leeper, Mrs., Ashvale
Loughry, J., cabinet maker
Lowry, M. A., Cranny N.S.
Lynn, M., farmer, Ballylifford

Magee, James, Circular Road
Megaw, James, flax and corn mills
Millar, Miss, Church Street
Millar, Samuel, Circular Road
Miller, Miss, Ballyloughan House
Mitchell, David, carpenter
Mitchel, J., farmer, Quilly
Moran, Mrs., dress maker
Morris, John, sexton
Mulholland, James, butcher
Murphy, John, farmer, etc.

McCaney, George, labourer
McClatchie, W. J., Inniscarn N.S.
McCleary, Mrs., lodging house
McGarvey, J., railway porter
McIntyre, R., blacksmith
McIver, Wm., M.D. and coroner
McIver, Wm., carpenter and millwright
McKee, Miss, draper and dress maker
McKeown, Miss, Little Bridge
McLaughlin, Miss, ex-teacher
McOscar, Mr., Ballinderry N.S.

Nerrie, Robert, corn mills, Little Bridge

O'Hara, Mrs., Lawford Street
O'Rorke, D., saw mills, Dunnan

Parker, James, farmer, Carradarragh
Pattleton, Thomas, C.P.S.

Rankin, John, grocer, fowl dealer and importer
Reid, Mrs., draper and outfitter
Reid, Saml., egg importer and grocer, Ballymally
Reilly, E., Drumullan N.S.

Sandford, Mrs., Drumullan N.S.
Sergeant, Mrs., dress maker, Lawford Street
Scullan, F., spirit grocer, Loop
Scullan, Mrs. E., grocer, Loop
Shaw, J., R.I.C.
Sloan, William G., grocer, Annahavil
Smyth, Isaac, The Cottage
Stafford, James, spirit dealer
Stanton, T., farmer and mill owner, Millview
Stewart, Jackson, shoe maker
Stewart, John, tailor

Taylor, Jas., Smyth Street
Thompson, Alex., postman
Thompson, H., farmer, Ballindrum
Thornton, Constable R.I.C.
Toal, Hugh, St. Patrick's N.S.
Turkington, Mrs., Stonard Street

Whan, Ben., farmer, Ballylifford
White, John, farmer, Drumrot
White, John, farmer, Tamnadoey

COAGH

A small village close to Moneymore. A Co-operative creamery is now working in the village.  The following is a list of the principal inhabitants:-

Bell, Hugh, grocer
Bell, Mrs. J., Hotel
Bell, R. W., farmer, Windmill
Bell, T. W., farmer
Boyd, ?, farmer, Loughview
Brady, Constable, R.I.C.
Burgess, R., M.D., J.P.

Connolly, Felix, farmer
Cooke, Constable, R.I.C.

Darragh, Mrs., spirit merchant, Ballinderry Bridge
Devlin, E., spirit merchant, Kinrush
Devlin, Tom, grocer and spirit merchant
Duff Bros., spinners and corn mill
Dickson, Jas., farmer
Duff, Wm., spirit merchant, Drumaney and Newport Trench

Ekin, Rev. E.
Elliott, J. R., J.P., Grocer and Postmaster

Farrell, Robert, rate collector, Arboe
Farrell, James, farmer, Tamnavalley
Ferguson, Thomas, farmer, Silverhill
Flack, Mrs., spirit merchant

Gillien, Miss, teacher, Arboe N.S.
Gray, W. J., farmer, Ballenahone
Greer, Miss, Ballygoney N.S.
Greer, Mr., Coagh N.S.

Hagan, Samuel, mail car contractor and posting establishment
Howe, constable, R.I.C.

Marks, W. T., hardware merchant and spirit grocer
Maynes, B., spirit merchant

McCullagh, F. R., Tamlaght N.S.
McGovern, Miss, dairy maid
McIntyre, John, spirit merchant, Ballinderry Bridge
McMullen, Rev. P., P.P.

Neeson, F., school master
Nesbitt, Acting-Sergeant R.I.C.
Noonan, T., manager Coagh Creamery

Orr, Robert, farmer, Brookend
O'Neill, Ambrose, grocer, Arboe

Quinn, T., grocer and hardware and spirit merchant

Shepherd, Miss, grocer
Spiers, J., draper
Stewart, H. R., draper and shipping agent

Young, W. T., draper

MOY AND CHARLEMONT

Moy is a small market town in County Tyrone, 49 miles S.W. from Belfast, situated on the River Blackwater, on the road from Armagh to Dungannon.  It was designed in the year 1764 by the Hon. Earl of Charlemont, the proprietor, after the plan of Marengo in Italy.  Two quays on the river were erected by the Charlemont family, with extensive stores; and the Blackwater being navigable from Lough Neagh for lighters of sixty tons burthen, an immediate communication is formed between Belfast and Newry, by the Lagan and Newry Canals, and with Lough Erne by the Ulster Canal.  There is a Courthouse and Newsroom.  Petty Sessions are held every second Wednesday.  In the immediate neighbourhood are several extensive linen manufactories.  The Church of Ireland is in the early English style, with a handsome square tower.  There are places of worship for Presbyterians, Independents, Methodists, and Roman Catholics.  On the adjacent hill is Roxborough House, the beautiful residence of Lord Charlemont, originally commenced in 1774 by his uncle, the Hon. Francis Caulfield.  On the first Friday of every month is held one of the best attended horse fairs in the North of Ireland.  Population in 1891, 494
Charlemont, a market town in County Armagh, divided from Moy by the Blackwater River, over which is a neat stone bridge of five arches, built about 1706, and rebuilt in 1859 by the two counties - Tyrone and Armagh.  It is a perfect model in style and architecture, and adds considerably to the towns it unites together, as well as the magnificent entrance of the Earl of Charlemont, which it immediately adjoins.  The castle was built in 1602.  The town participates with Moy in the linen manufacturer.  The Church of Ireland was erected in 1833 on ground given by Lord Charlemont.  It is a handsome structure, resembling in front one of the grand altars of York Minster.  The celebrated pious John Wesley frequently preached in Charlemont, and occasionally in the fort.  Population in 1891, 214

Post Office, Charlemont Square, Moy - John Morrison, postmaster
Banks - Ulster - Branch from Armagh every Friday;  Bank of Ireland - Branch from Armagh first Friday every month
Dispensary - Open on Mondays and Fridays - Dr. Theodore Brown attends
Constabulary Station, Charlemont Square, Moy - Sergeant Wilson

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland, Moy - Rev. Chas. F. Archer, M.A., rector.  Charlemont - Rev. J. Watson, incumbent
Presbyterian Church, Moy - Rev. J. Rea
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Moy - ministers various
Independent Chapel, Moy - Rev. John E. Hewitt
Roman Catholic Chapel, Moy - Rev. H. McOskar, P.P.; Rev. P. Markey, C.C.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Church National Schools - Moy, M. Parks, teacher; Charlemont, Miss Matthews, teacher
Chapel National School, Benburb Street - P. McMenamy, teacher
University School, Charlemont - Mr. and Mrs. Rainey, teachers

INHABITANTS

Aiken, Jackson, spirit dealer, posting establishment
Aird, Archibald, Charlemont
Alderdice, Mrs., grocer, haberdasher, etc., Charlemont
Allen, Richard, post carrier, Dungannon Street

Barcrofts, Messrs., Redford Mills, Moy
Beatty, Thomas, grocer, Blackwatertown
Blair, Mrs., Moy Square
Bond, Walter M., J.P., The Argory
Brown, Wm., shoe maker, Moy Square
Browne, Theodore, M.D., Benburb
Bruce, James, D.L., Benburb Castle
Bunting, Wm., The Square
Burns, David, carpenter, Charlemont
Burns, John, spirit dealer and tailor, Moy Square
Byrne, Mrs., teacher, The Square

Campbell, Rev. E. F., Killyman
Clarke, Joseph, farmer, Charlemont
Clarke, Wm. Jas., farmer, Charlemont
Clements, Rev. T., Benburb
Crawford, John, Moy Square
Crothers, John, Blackwatertown
Cullen, John, letter carrier, Brick Row Terrace
Cunningham, James, flesher and cattle dealer

Daly, Sarah, spirit dealer, Dungannon Street
Davidson. R., spirit dealer, Dungannon Street
Davidson, Miss, Moy
Davidson, Thomas, farmer and Land Commissioner, Lisroan House
Dawson, Robert, spirit dealer, Charlemont Street
Dilworth, Mrs. Anna, spirit dealer, Killyman
Dobson, John, Moy
Dobson, Mrs. Anna, Moy
Donaghy, James, blacksmith, Charlemont

English, Wm., baker, Moy Square
English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agent, Wm. M. Orr, auctioneer and valuator
Enser, Mrs., Ardress, Loughgall
Eyre, Miss, Maydown

Fergus, S., M.D., Blackwatertown
Ferguson, Joseph, saddler, Moy Square
Forbes, J., hemstitching factory, Charlemont
Fox, Felix, grocer and hardware, Blackwatertown
Fox, Patrick, spirit dealer, Blackwatertown
Fulton, John, Moy Square

Gordon, James, baker, Dungannon Street
Greer, Mrs., The Grange
Greeves, Douglas R., Grange, Moy
Grimason, Thomas, tailor, Moy Spuare (Square)

Hagan, Patrick, spirit dealer
Hagan, Thomas, spirit dealer and grocer, Blackwatertown
Hall, James, & Son, Hotel Proprietors, Grain Merchants and Newsagents, Moy Square
Hannon, Margaret, spirit dealer, Charlemont
Harpur, Mervyn, farmer, Gorestown
Haydock, Joseph, grocer, ironmonger and ship owner, Charlemont Street
Hazelton, Dawson, Killyman
Heather, Mrs., Charlemont
Hegarty, Patrick, horse dealer, Charlemont
Henry, Robert, Dungannon Street
Hobson, Susan H., haberdasher, Killyman Street
Hobson, Mrs., Moy Square
Hughes, Doran, J.P., Charlemont
Hughes, James, spirit dealer, Killyman Street

Igoe, Wm., horse trainer
Irwin, Johnston, farmer, Carrowbeg
Irwin, W. J., solicitor, The Square

James, Rev. N., D.D., Clonfeacle Rectory
Jenkinson, Thomas, sexton, Moy Square and confectioner
Jones, Wm., carpenter, Moy Square

Kelly, John, spirit dealer and grocer, Charlemont Street
Kidd, Isaac, farmer, Culkeeran, Moy
Kilpatrick, Mrs., Dungannon Street
Kirkpatrick & Henry, Temperance Hotel, Dungannon Street

Lavery, Charles, Dungannon Street
Little, Mrs., Dungannon Street
Lloyd, Averill, Benburb
Locke, Wm., tailor, Charlemont Street
Lutton, Mrs., farmer

Makey, Rev. P., C.C.
Martin, Mrs., Killyman Street
Menagh, Alex., Charlemont Street
Miles, George, farmer, Charlemont
Molloy, Richard, publican, Charlemont
Mooney, Thomas B., boot and shoe maker, Charlemont
Morrison, J., baker, grocer, postmaster and petty sessions clerk, Moy Square
Murdock, Robert, woollen draper, Moy Square
Murray, Thomas
Murray, Wm., grocer and draper, Killyman Street
Murry, David, posting establishment, Moy

McAnallen, M., Hotel, Moy Square
McAnally, J., station master, Trew
McDowell, Wm., grocer and tin warehouse, undertaker, Killyman Street
McKean, R. & H., linen manufacturers, Benburb
McKell, Miss, grocer and baker, Dungannon Street
McKell, Miss J., grocer and newsagent, Charlemont Street
McKerney, May, Moy Square
McMenamy, P., teacher, Moy
McNeice, James, Royal Hotel, grocer, Dungannon Street
McNeice, James, grocer, Killyman
McNeice, Thomas, Listamnet
McOskar, Rev. Hugh, J.P.

Nelson, Mrs., Dungannon Street
Nicholson, H. J., J.P., Crannagael, Loughgall
Nolan, Acting-Sergeant, Dungannon Street

Oakley, Mrs., posting establishment, Killyman Street
Orr, The Messrs., Cranagill, Loughgall
Orr, Wm. M., auctioneer, valuator and emigration agent

Parks, Matthew, teacher, Dungannon Street
Patterson, George, farmer, Grange, Moy
Patterson, John, farmer, Drumgold, Moy
Patterson, Robert, grocer, Moy
Patterson, Wm., J.P., farmer, Drumgold, Moy
Patterson, Wm., farmer, Grange, Moy
Phipson, Cecil B., J.P., Moy
Pinkerton, Robert, grocer, Charlemont
Powell, Miss, Grange
Powell, Wm., farmer, Charlemont

Rea, Joseph, farmer, Culkeeran, Moy
Rea, Rev. J. T., Moy
Richardson, John, J.P., Trew Cottage
Robinson, George, painter, Dungannon Street
Robinson, R., J.P., Killyman
Rodgers, Charles, boot maker, Dungannon Street

Scott, Joseph, factory manager, Charlemont Street
Sloane, Mrs., Charlemont
Smart, Misses, Charlemont
Sullivan, Constable, Dungannon Street
Sweeney, Constable, Dungannon Street

Tohall, Henry, J.P., grocer and hardware merchant, agent for Gilbey & Co., Charlemont Street
Tomney, Owen, Hotel, Killyman Street
Travers, Mrs., Dunloe Cottage
Tuft, John & T., farmers, Drumgold, Moy

Vallely, Wm., grocer and spirit merchant, Dungannon Street
Verner, Henry, J.P., Churchill

Watson, Rev. J., Charlemont
Weir, George, boot and shoe maker, Square, Moy
Whiteside, William, auctioneer and valuator
Whitley, James, refreshment rooms, Charlemont Street
Whitley, John, refreshment rooms, Moy Square
Whittle, W., carpenter, Moy Square
Wiley, Joseph, The Square
Wilson, Mrs., The Square
Wright, Dr. F., surgeon, Dungannon Street