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1918 Belfast Street Directory

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KEADY

Keady is a small but very flourishing town of 1,434 inhabitants, and is the centre of many linen mills and factories, the weaving and finishing of linen being one of the staple industries of the town.  The Town Hall is a beautiful building, and stands at the junction of two leading thoroughfares, and is constructed of red brick and free stone, with an illuminated clock tower and spire.  This building, with markets and tolls, now belongs to the town, having being purchased in 1907 at a cost of 2,000 from the trustees of the Kirk estate.  An important fair is held on the second Friday of every month, and the markets are Mondays and Thursdays for oats, etc.; and Fridays for general products.  A grass seed market was inaugurated in 1907, and is held on every Thursday during the season.  The shops' half-holiday is on Wednesday

Post Office - Mrs. A. J. Jordan, postmistress
Clerk of Petty Sessions - Henry J. Dobbin
Magistrates - Michael Smyth, Robert R. Murphy, P. G. Shaw, Hugh Douglas, Wm. J. Reilly, G. McBride, James E. Calvert, Patrick Watters
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Henry H. Dorman, M.D.; assistant reg., Miss Annie Gordon
Constabulary Station - Sergeant Wm. Porter, and Constables McGrath, Primrose, Cahill, McKearney, McCarter, and Farrell
Urban Councillors - Kames Arthurs, Patk. Watters, J.P.; Michael Smyth, J.P.; Peter Lenagh, Bernard Fegan, John Nugent, Philip Mone, ? McCarthur, Patk., J. McCann, town clerk
Keady District L.O.L. No. 8 - District Master, R. Murphy, J.P.; Deputy District Master, George Fleming; chaplain, Rev. M. B. Hogg, M.A., The Rectory, Keady; secretary, Andrew Gordon; treasurer, William Hawthorn

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Rev. M. B. Hogg, A.M.
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. W. G. Lundie, B.A.  Second Presbyterian Church - Rev. Samuel H. Martin, B.A.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Canon Coyne, P.P.; Rev. J. McAleer, C.C.; Rev. F. Toner, C.C.; and Rev. P. Devine, C.C.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

National Schools (Parochial) - J. A. Ford, principal teacher, and Miss Smyth, assistant.  Second National School - J. Anderson, teacher; Mrs. Anderson, assistant
Roman Caholic (Catholic) Schools - The Christian Brothers, teachers.  Girls - The Nuns of St. Clare, teachers
Northern Bank - R. G. Douglas, manager; W. J. Beatty, cashier; E. J. Johnston, clerk
British Workman Insurance Co. - P. Machen, agent
Dispensary - H. H. S. Dorman, M.D., surgeon
Hospital - Miss B. A. Steele, nurse
Keady Linen Company Limited - J. E. Calvert, managing director
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, Thomas Mallon

HOTELS

Royal (Treanor & Hughes), Star (Fras. English), North Star (James Clarke), Railway (John Campbell)

INHABITANTS

Adams, John, greengrocer
Allan & Co., grocers and general merchants
Armstrong, M. G., district nurse
Armstrong, Samuel J., butter and egg merchant
Arthurs, James, fancy goods merchant and auctioneer

Bates, James, grocer, wine and spirit merchant
Bates, J., Press correspondent
Beatty, Robert, caretaker, Orange Hall
Blackstock, John, draper
Blakley, John, shoe maker
Boyd, Robert, boot maker
Boylan, Annie, green grocer
Bradley, F. L., manager for Messrs. Wm. Kirk & Son, Annvale
Burns, Ann, grocer and delph merchant

Callaghan, Thomas, shoe maker and cycle agent
Campbell, Alexander B.
Campbell, John, publican and car owner
Campbell, John, shoe maker, The Pound
Campbell, Mary Ann
Carolan, Bernard, tinsmith
Carvill, James
Cassidy, James, saddler
Cheevers, George, chemist
Cheevers, George, publican
Clarke, Eliza, spirit merchant
Cochrane, Thomas, barber
Comiskey, P., draper
Conlon, James
Connolly, Bernard, foreman cutter
Connolly, John, bread server
Coyne, Rev. Canon, P.P.
Craig, James
Cummins, Mrs. S., newsagent
Cummins, William

Devine, Rev. F., C.C.
Dorman, H., M.D., surgeon
Duffy, John, postman and cycle agent
Dumigan, Daniel, publican
Dunlop, William

English, Frank, publican and hotel keeper
Ewart, J. A., postman, Keady

Fegan, Bernard, draper and outfitter
Fegan, Mrs. F., grocer
Finlay, Luke, watch maker
Fitzpatrick, Patrick, cattle dealer
Fowler, James, station master G.N.R.

Gibson, Thomas J.
Gibson, William, carter
Golligly, John, shoe maker
Golligly, Michael, dealer
Graham, Wm., draper and outfitter
Green, J., barber

Heanon, Thomas, butcher
Hogg, Rev. M. B., rector of Keady Parish Church
Hollywood, James, bread server
Hughes, John, linen lapper
Hughes, Laurence, carpenter
Hughes, Mary Ann, grocer
Hugheston, James, sexton
Hugheston, Minnie, boarding house
Hugheston, Steven, shoe maker
Huston, William, plasterer

Kennedy, Wm. J., tenter, Darkley
Kirk & Son, linen manufacturers

Lenagh, Patk., stone mason

Mackin, Patrick
Mallie, James
Mallon, Thomas, victualler
Mann, Joseph, Tullynamallogan
Martin, Rev. Samuel H., The Manse
Maxwell, Margaret
Mone, Arthur, spirit merchant
Mone, James, tea merchant and grocer
Mone, J., blacksmith
Mone, Philip
Mone, Thomas, family grocer
Mooney, James
Morgan, James, cattle dealer
Morgan, John, labourer
Morgan, Patrick, butcher

McAleavy, Miss, dress making establishment
McAleer, Rev. J., C.C.
McArdle, Bernard, bread server
McArdle, Patrick, tailor
McBride, George, J.P., grocer
McCall, A. G., merchant tailor and shipping agent
McCann, Mary
McCoey, John, carpenter
McCone, Patrick, boarding house
McConnell, Lucinda, boarding house
McCormick, Harriet
McCormick, Wm. F., grocer and hardware merchant and auctioneer
McCullagh, W., & Co., Grocers, Provision Merchants, and Newsagents: Agents for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
McEntee, B.
McGirr, Sarah
McGuire, Michael, billiard marker
McGurk, Patrick
McIlrath, Samuel, publican
McKee, Wm., carpenter and contractor
McKenna, Mrs., boarding house
McKenny, Mrs. James, spirit merchant
McKnight, Peter

Nesbitt, James, hardware and coal merchant
Nesbitt, Samuel, grocer
Nugent, Bernard, cattle dealer
Nugent, James, blacksmith
Nugent, John, auctioneer
Nugent, Mary
Nugent, Patrick, carter
Nugent, Wm., carrier

Oliver, Thomas, carter
O'Hara, Kate
O'Neill, Patrick, barber
O'Neill, Robert, coach builder

Parks, George
Price, Samuel, linen lapper

Quinn, Bernard, publican

Rainey, James, carpenter
Redmond, Wm. J., manager Keady Steam Bakery
Reilly, Thomas, tailor
Reilly, W. J., J.P., grocer
Rice, John, blacksmith
Richardson, William, spirit merchant
Rodgers, Robert, wine and spirit merchant

Scott, John, spirit merchant
Shaw, Alex., carpenter
Shaw, William, grocer and egg buyer
Sheridan, Michael, car driver
Short, Henry, spirit merchant
Simmons, Robert, manager Keady Linen Co.
Small, Alexander
Small, Martin, & Co. Ltd.
Smith, M., & Sons
Steele, Sarah

Treanor & Hughes, hotel-keepers

Walker, Mrs. M., merchant
Ward, Eugene
Watters, Patrick, J.P.
Watters, Patrick, draper
Wilson, Alexander, boot maker
Woods, Arthur, grocer
Woods, Mary C., grocer and spirit merchant

FARMERS

Adams, John, farmer, Dunlargue
Adams, Wm. Jas., Tullinamalogue
Anderson, James, Tullyglush
Armstrong, John, Drumderg
Armstrong, William, Mowillian

Baird, George, Clea
Beewick, Rev. Charles, Armaghbreague
Boyd, Andrew, Brackley
Boyd, Mrs. Mary Ann, Dunlargue
Boyd, Thomas, Tullinamalogue
Breen, Bernard, Clea
Breen, John, Clea
Breen, Matthew, Clea
Brooks, Wm., Drumhirk
Brown, George, Drumhirk
Brown, Mrs., Killyreavy
Burke, Francis, Rathcarberry
Burke, Mrs. John, Rathcarberry

Calvert, James E., J.P., Darkley
Campbell, Alexander B.
Campbell, David, Knockraven
Cashlea, Arthur, Madden
Cassidy, John, Tullyglush
Coleman, Mrs., Armaghbreague
Coulter, John, Cargaclougher
Cummins, William, Keady
Curran, Thomas, Clea
Currie, Rev. J. K., Drumhillery, Keady, and Middletown
Curry, Robert, Iskeymeadow

Daly, Francis, Clea
Dalzell, Robert, Carnagh
Devine, James, Keady
Devlin, Joseph, Drumhirk
Devlin, William, Drumhirk
Dickson, Edward, Iskeymeadow
Dobbin, H. J., Rathcarberry House
Donnelly, Mrs., Cargaclougher
Douglas, Hugh, J.P., Mountain Lodge

Ewart, George, Drumderg

Faloon, Adam, Drumderg
Flannigan, William, Crossmore
Fleming, John, Corkley
Fleming, George, Corkley
Fleming, William, Corkley
Foster, Eliza, Mowillian
Foster, Joseph
Fitzpatrick, Patrick, Keady
Freeland, James, Lagan

Gibson, John, Clea, Keady
Gibson, Joseph, Dunlargue House
Gibson, Mrs., Dunlargue
Gibson, Richard, Lagan
Gibson, Thos. Allen, Madden
Gibson, Thomas, Dunlargue
Gibson, Thomas J., Tullinamalogue
Giffin, Charlotte
Gordon, Andrew, Tassagh
Gordon, George, Tassagh
Gorman, Patrick, Dunlargue

Hall, James, jun., Milford
Hall, John, Fernalay
Haughey, James, Dunlargue
Hill, Samuel Dunlargue
Hill, William, Dunlargue
Hogg, Nathaniel, Corkley
Hughes, George, Clea
Hughes, Henry, Granemore
Hughes, James, Armaghbreague

Irwin, Rev. J. K., rector Madden Church

Kane, Rev. G., B.A., Armaghbreague
Kelly, Adam, Armaghbreague
Kernaghan, Thomas, Armaghbreague
Kidd, David, Tassagh

Lawson, William, Lagan
Lawson, Robert, Derryhennett
Lundie, Rev. W. G., B.A., Hermitage
Lutton, James, Iskymeadow

Macklin, Francis, Clea
Macklin, Michael, Clea
Mann, Mrs., Tullinamalogue
Marshall, Rev. W., Tassagh
Menary, Joseph, Drumhirk
Menary, Martha, Roan
Merry, James, Lagan
Mitchell, Thomas, Crossmore
Moore, Alexander, Tullinamalogue
Moore, Francis, Lower Darkley
Moore, John, Iskeymeadow
Moore, William, Iskeymeadow
Moorecroft, Robert, Corkley
Morrison, Wm., Tullinamalogue
Murphy, R. R., J.P., Lislea
Murray, Joseph, Clea

McAnally, Terence, Clea
McArdle, Hugh, Mowillian
McArdle, Peter, Cargaclougher
McBride, Wm. J., Roan
McCabe, James, Lower Darkley
McCabe, Mrs., Denlargue
McCann, Peter, Drumderg
McCarten, Thomas, Mowillian
McCarten, Wm., Mowillian
McCoey, Michael, Rathcarberry
McCormick, Mrs., Lower Darkley
McCoy, George, Armaghbreague
McHaffey, John, Mowillian
McHaffey, Robert, Mowillian
McIlrath, Wm., Drumhirk
McKee, David, Tullyglush
McKenna, Rachel
McMahon, Felix, Lower Darkley

Nugent, Felix, Lower Darkley
Nugent, Patrick, Cargaclougher

Rafferty, Bernard, Lower Darkley
Rafferty, Dan, Lower Darkley
Rafferty, John, Tullyglush
Reilly, William J., J.P., Keady
Rennighan, Patrick, Clea
Robinson, William, Iskeymeadow
Rodgers, Robert, Keady
Rodgers, William, Derryhennett
Russell, A., Armaghbreague
Rutledge, Joseph, Iskeymeadow

Short, Henry, Keady
Short, Philip, Clea
Slavin, Francis, Clea
Slavin, Peter, Clea
Sleator, James, Iskeymeadow
Sleator, Thos., postman, Keady
Small, Alexander, Keady
Smyth, Michael, Keady

Teacey, Andrew, Drumgreenagh
Teacey, George
Teacey, James, Drumgreenagh
Teacey, John, Drumgreenagh
Tughan, John, Knockravin
Tughan, Samuel, Tullyglush
Twynam, Thomas, Tullyglush

Waddell, Samuel, Dunlargue
Walker, Jenkinson, Drumhirk
Walker, Mrs. John, Mowillian
Walker, Mrs., Mowillian
Walker, Robert John, Drumhirk
Warnock, David, Armaghbreague
Warnock, James, Armaghbreague
Watson, Alexander, Crossmore
Watson, David, Crossmore
Watson, David, Keady
Watson, Mrs. W. J., Crossmore
Watson, Robert J.
Watson, Samuel, Crossmore
Williamson, Maxwell, Dunlargue
Williamson, Samuel, Roan
Wilson, Andrew, Derryhennett

KESH

Kesh is a small village, about 200 inhabitants, situated in the County Fermanagh, and a station on the Great Northern Railway.  There is a monthly fair held on the fourth of each month, and if this date falls on Sunday the fair is held on the following day.  The only public buildings are an Orange Hall and the Courthouse, where public meetings are held.  There is also a police barrack under the charge of a sergeant and four constables, and Kesh is also a station for a D.I., R.I.C.

Grocers - James Aiken, sen.; Jas. Elliott, Acheson Gibson, Geo. Walmsley, Dennis Connor, Jane Armstrong, Co-operative Society, Mrs. Elliott
Publicans - Patrick Eves, Thomas Aiken, Jane Armstrong, and T. H. Walmsley
Drapers - James Aiken, Acheson Gibson, and Mrs. Elliott
Stationmaster - J. D. Carson; head porter, Robert McAnern; night man, John Robinson; junior porter, R. Dickson
Bread Servers - Andrew Kennedy and B, Gibson (agent for Inglis & Co. Ltd.)
Petty Sessions - Clerk, James Aiken, jun.; summons server, Jack Graham
Coal Merchants - Jas. Aiken, sen., and Jas. Elliott, Co-operative Society
Post Office - Postmistress, Miss Aiken; telegraph clerk, Miss McCormick; postmen, Arthur Armstrong, Thos. Johnston, Jos. Maguire, Fred McClintock, George McClintock, Dennis Connor
Delph Merchants - Mrs. Elliott and Hugh Maguire
Carpenters - George McClintock, Fred McClintock, G. Armstrong, Johnston Palmer
Bicycle Agent and Motor Warehouse - T. Walmsley, W. G. Elliott
Boot Merchants - Jas. Aiken, sen., and Acheson Gibson, Co-operative Society
Blacksmiths - Irvine Bros.
Manure Agents - Jas. Aiken, sen., and Acheson Gibson, Mrs. Elliott, Co-operative Society
Hotel - Thomas Aiken
Posting - Patrick Eves
Insurance Agents - Royal Exchange, J. McElroy
Magistrates - F. W. Barton, Clonelly; John Anderson, Gorticor; J. R. Crozier, Ederney; Jas. Elliott Kesh; Hazlett Hamilton Aiken, Pettigo; James McElroy, Drumwhinny; John Walmsley, Corlave
Dispensary - Kesh and Lack, John Patton, M.B., Ederney
Restaurant and Lodging House - Mrs. Maguire, Mrs. Connor
School Teachers - G. Johnston, Letterkeen; Miss Allingham, Dernaseck; Mrs. Palmer, Aughagriffin; Miss Perry, Kesh; A. J. Nugent, Miss Gallagher, Banagh; Mr. T. Knox, Miss Knox, Ardess; Mr. R. D. Kingston, Drumskinney; Mr. Mayne, Tubbrid, Vaughan's School
Erne Creamery Society - George Archdale, president; James Aiken, jun., secretary; J. Gibson, manager
Registrar of Births and Deaths - J. Patton, M.B., Ederney

INHABITANTS

Aiken, James, sen.
Aiken, James, jun.
Aiken, Thomas
Allingham, George
Armstrong, Arthur
Armstrong, Gusty
Armstrong, Mrs.
Armstrong, Thomas
Armstrong, William
Connor, Dennis
Elliott, James
Eves, Patrick
Gibson, Acheson
Gibson, J.
Kennedy, A.
Maguire, Hugh
Marshall, G.
McAnerin, Robert
McClintock, George
McDonagh, Constable
McDermott, Sergeant
O'Donnell, Mrs.
Roland, Constable
Walmsley, George

FARMERS

Aiken, James, Kesh
Aiken, William
Anderson, John, Gorticar
Armstrong, Mrs. E., Drumrush
Armstrong, W., Kesh
Atthill, Miss
Barton, Wm., Drumhurn
Beggs, J., Tullnaguiggan
Frazer, Christy, Augharainey
Gilmore, John, Tattykeel
Guinness, John, Drumrane
Johnston, George, Letterkeen
Johnston, John, Drumhurn
Johnston, John, Muckross
Johnston, Samuel, Crevenish
Johnston, Samuel, Manoe
Knox, Thomas, Ardess
May, W. J., Rosculbane
McElroy, James, Drumwhinney
McGregor, W. J., Manoe
McCrea, Joseph, Gortnagallion
Nugent, A. J., Feddans
O'Briens, J., Manoe
Phillips, Robert, Ardess
Stack, Rev. W. A., Tubrid
Strong, Frank, Banagh

KILKEEL

The flourishing town of Kilkeel is situated near the southern extremity of the County of Down, in the Barony of Mourne, and is half a mile from the open coast.  The town is composed of five streets, and contains 1,620 inhabitants.  The scenery of the district is remarkably fine, and tourists' trips through it by coach are becoming increasingly popular.

Post Office, Telegraph, and Money Order Office - R. McDermott, Roe, postmaster
Petty Sessions Office and Office of Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - Robt. Boyd, clerk and registrar, commissioner for taking affidavits
Belfast Banking Company Limited - R. S. McClure, manager; W. Walker, cashier; attendance at Annalong, every Tuesday
Provincial Bank of Ireland Ltd. - Saml. F. Anderson, manager
Union Workhouse - William Hughes, clerk; Hugh Galliece, master; Mrs. Galliece, matron; Nurse O'Kane, infirmary
Dispensary - H. E. Evans, M.D., and S. Ferguson Floyd, M.D.
R.I. Constabulary - Sergeant Tarpey
National Schools - Dunavan, St. Colman's (Infant), Kilkeel, R. Couser, principal; Kilmorey, W. Monteith, principal; Ballymartin, R. Mitchell, principal; Grange, P. Delaney, principal; Cranfield, Miss Hanna, principal
Coast Guard Station, New Kilkeel; Coast Guard Station, Greencastle
Lighthouse, Cranfield - Keeper and three assistants
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, R. S. McClure, Belfast Bank

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Rev. ? Hayes, rector; Rev. Deane, curate
Presbyterian (Mourne) - Rev. W. McMordie, D.D. (Kilkeel), Rev. Alf. Eadie
Roman Catholic Chapels - Massforth and Attical - Rev. John McAllister, P.P.; Rev. McKillop, Rev. F. Burns, C.C.; Ballymartin, Rev. Chas. O'Loan, B.A., P.P., Lower Mourne; Rev. P. H. O'Donnell, C.C., Lower Mourne
Registrars of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - No. 1 District, Robert Boyd, M.D.; J. D. Boyd, assistant.  No. 2 District - H. E. Evans, M.D., registrar
Conveyance - Norton & Co.'s Car Service (between Warrenpoint and Kilkeel), B. and C. R. Railway motor bus (between Kilkeel and Newcastle)

HOTELS

Kilmorey Arms (H. H. Stevenson), Royal (John Rooney), Victoria Temperance (Wm. R. Orr)

INHABITANTS

Abrahall, Mrs., Mournewood

Bell & McCartan, Solicitors, Kilkeel (Office every Wednesday)
Boyd, Robert, Marathon

Carey, A. S., M.A., Boys' School, Mourne Grange
Cowser, Robert, Albert Villa
Cuming, Miss, Cumingville

Evans, H. E., M.D., Mountpleasant

Gordon, Alexander, J.P., Beulah

Henry, the Misses, Mourne Abbey

Lefanu, W. P., Board of Works engineer, Victoria Villas
Lee, Miss, ladies' school

Matier, H. A., St. Ruan's
Morton, Miss, Victoria Villas
McClymont, Mrs., Thornmount
McMordie, Rev. Wm., D.D., Mourne Manse

Reynolds, Miss, Ranelagh

Shannon, Mrs., Fintimara
Sloane, P., grocer

Taylor, Mrs., Princess Villas

Walmsley, James, J.P., Ballykeel House
Walmsley, Miss
Walmsley, T. Charles
Waring, Capt. Holt, D.L., Lisnacree House
White, Mrs., Cromlech House

Bay View Park

Berry, E. G.
Crory, The Misses
Donnelly, Miss
Kennedy, Mrs.
Matier, S.
Montgomery, Miss
Moore, Mrs.
McBirney, R.
McBride, Mrs.

Newry Street

Beck, Miss, dress maker
Chick, Sam, sexton
Crangle, P., publican and egg merchant
Cunningham, Miss
Curran, Daniel, baker and grocer
Donnan, James, lodgings
Donnelly, Patrick, grocer
Doran, Patrick, postman
Hanna, J. & P., grocers
Jordan, Peter, publican
Marks, J., V.S.
Murphy, Mrs.
Murphy, P. J., fish merchant
McBirney, John, druggist and V.S.
McGlue, Thomas, lodgings
McKee, Thomas, carter
McKnight, Mrs., draper
McKnight bros., auctioneers
McMorrow, J., constable R.I.C.
McVea, Jas., ship owner and coal merchant
Quinn, James, blacksmith
Sheals, Mrs., draper
Sloane, R. J., boot and shoe shop
Small, Peter, grocer and shipping agent

Greencastle Street

Annett, George, draper
Beck, Jas., grocer and auctioneer
Bell, Miss, Glena Cottage
Boyd, R., C.P.S. Office
Boyd, James D., fancy goods store
Chambers, John, shoe maker
Coffey & Irvine, drapers
Crutchley, James, leather merchant and draper
Curragh, Charles, draper
Cunningham, Patk., boot and shoe maker
Fegan, J. J., merchant tailor
Ferguson, R., watch maker
Fisher & Fisher, solicitors
Flaherty, James
Floyd, S. Ferguson, M.D.
Gordon, W. & A., printers and stationers
Graham, George, watchmaker, etc.
Graham, John, boot and shoe maker
Graham, Thos., clerk of union
Gray, Thos., shoe maker and caretaker Orange Hall
Hanna, Robert, grocer
Haughey, James, grocer and draper
Kenmuir, Alf., & Co., painters
Lee, Miss, ladies' school
Linton, John, & Son
Martin, Miss, publican
Mathews, L.
Mitchell, Mrs., fancy goods and woollen agent
Monteith, Wm., principal Kilmorey N.S.
Moore, John, hair dresser and photographer
Morgan, Mrs., refreshments
McAtee, David, hair dresser and cycle repairer
McAllister, Rev. John, P.P.
McCann, David
McCann, Thos., newsagent and fancy goods
McGonigal, Ed., butcher
McVeigh, James, grocer
Norton & Co.'s Car Service - Robert Boyd, superintendent
Orr, Andrew, Wine and Spirit Merchant, Funeral Undertaker and Newsagent; Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
O'Hagan, Francis, publican
Park, Miss
Roe, R. McDermott, stationer and post office
Sloan, W., baker and grocer
Stevenson, H. H., Kilmorey Arms Hotel

Newcastle Street

Beck, James, car driver
Beck, Mrs. H., fancy goods dealer
Boyd, Hill
Chambers, Samuel
Chambers, Thos., ship owner and sail maker
Cousins, Robert, saddler
Cousins, Robert, tailor
Doran, Susan, sewed muslin agent
Doyle, J., draper and coal merchant
Doyle, James, jun., draper
Hamilton, Andrew
Hamilton, Samuel
Hanna, Chas. J., carpenter
Hanna, William, shoe maker
Moore Bros., shoeing forge
Moore, W. J., carpenter
McBurney, Robert
McCulla, J. R., blacksmith
McConnell, John, fancy china store
McKee, Mrs., lodgings
McVeigh, G., tailor
McVeigh, John, butcher
Newell, C., grocer
Newell, Isabella, sewed muslin agent
Orr Bros., grocers
Orr, Robert, hotel proprietor
Quinn, J., blacksmith
Randall, Thomas George, publican
Rooney, John, Royal Hotel
Russell, Hugh, dealer in fancy goods
Skillen, Mary, dress maker & sewed muslin agent
Sloan, William, baker

The Square

Annett, Adam, publican and auctioneer
Annett, John, painter and glazier
Devenport, J., shoe maker
Doran, Arthur, car driver
Gordon, Alex., draper and auctioneer
Grills, Mrs., fancy goods
Hamilton, Mrs., grocer
Hanna Brothers
Moore, Hunter, solicitor
Morgan, Arthur, grocer
Morgan, Jas. F., relieving officer and auctioneer
McBride, Henry, sexton
McBride, Mrs., grocer
McConville, Daniel, hair dresser
McIntosh, James, harbour master
McKee, Robert, grocer
McKee, Thomas and James, boat owners
McMurray, William, draper and builder
Orr, John, J.P., merchant
O'Hagan, Mrs., lodgings
O'Hare, James, boot maker
O'Hare & O'Hagan, solicitors
O'Hare, John, butcher
Randall, John, publican
Ross, Mrs. M. J., publican
Shannon & Co., grocers
Sloane, Mrs., dress maker
Small, Joseph, boot maker

Mountain Road

Collins, Mrs., lodging house
McConville, Charles, butcher
McConville, Patrick, butcher
Shields, Mrs.

FARMERS

Adair, James, Ballykeel
Annett, Charles, Cranfield
Annett, Jas., Ballyveabeg
Annett, John, Ballykeel
Annett, John, Ballyardee
Annett, John, Ballyveabeg
Atkinson, Maxwell, Mullartown House
Austin, Charles, Aughnahoorey

Bartley, Thomas, J.P., Shannon Grove
Beck, David, Aughnahoorey
Beck, David, Moyard
Beck, Hugh, Leitrim
Bingham, James, Aughnahoorey
Bingham, Thomas, Ballykeel
Boyd, Francis, Ballykeel
Boyd, James, Ballykeel
Byres, James, Derryogue

Carvill, Nicholas, Grange
Caulfield, Richard, Corcreighan
Close, Mrs., Morne Wood
Coffey, James, Cranfield
Coffey, Jas., sen., Cranfield
Coffey, John, Cranfield
Corr, Patrick, Derryogue
Crutchley, Hugh, Ballyveamore
Crutchley, Robert, Ballinahatten
Crutchley, Wm., Ballyveamore
Cunningham, Daniel, Tullyframe
Cunningham, John, farmer, Corgana
Cunningham, Mathew, Greencastle
Cunningham, Nicholas, Greencastle
Cunningham, Peter, farmer, Corgana
Cunningham, Wm., Greencastle
Cunningham, Wm., butcher and farmer

Donaldson, Samuel, Ballinran
Donnelly, James, Derryogue
Donnelly, Wm., Derryogue
Doran, James, Dunaril

Forsyth, Robert, Ballinran

Green, Michael, Leestone
Grills, George, Ballinhatten
Grills, John, Leestone
Grills, Wm., Leestone
Gordon, Alexander, J.P., Kilkeel
Gordon, Hugh, Grange

Hamilton, Hugh, Tullyframe
Hamilton, Isaac, Cranfield
Harper, John, Glenloughan
Haugh, Thomas, Benagh
Hanna, Robert, Ballinran
Hanna, Robert H., Aughnahoorey
Hanna, Robert, butcher, Aughnahoorey
Hanna, Samuel, Leitrim
Hanna, Samuel, Cranfield
Hanna, William, Ballinran
Hanna, William, Derryogue
Henderson, George, Derryogue
Henderson, Jas., Derryogue
Henderson, Wm., Derryogue
Henderson, Wm., Cranfield
Henry, John Q., J.P., Morne Abbey
Henry, William, Brackney Hall
Hutchison, Edward, Maghereagh

Irvine, Alex., Harbour Road
Irvine, William, Ballykeel

Kenmare, Thomas, Lisnacree
Knox, Charles, Cranfield
Knox, Thos., Greencastle

Lee, Harcourt, Derryogue
Lee, Malcolm, Millbay

Marmullin, Felix, Larganconery
Millar, Robert, Derryogue
Miller, John, Derryogue
Minnis, Andrew, Ballymartin
Minnis, Nicholas, Brackney
Mitchell, Charles, Ballykeel
Mitchell, John, Derryogue
Mitchell, John, sen., Derryogue
Mitchell, Nicholson, Greencastle
Mitchell, Ramsey, Derryogue
Moffitt, Thomas, Mourne Park
Moore, William, Ballykeel
Morrison, ?, Mourne Park
McBride, William, Harbour Road
McCulla, William, Aughnahoorey
McElroy, Peter, Greencastle
McKee, Henry, Derryogue
McKee, John, Derryogue
McKee, John, Manse Road
McKee, Thomas, Harbour Road
McNeilly, Joseph, Glassdrummond

Newell, Francis, Lisnacree
Newell, Robert, Lisnacree
Newell, Swan, Drummond
Newell, Thomas, Ballykeel
Newell, Wm., Benagh, Ballyardee
Nicholson, Fred, Drummond
Nicholson, Henry, Cranfield House
Nicholson, James, Moore Lodge
Nicholson, Robert, Millbay
Nicholson, Robert, Ballymageough
Nicholson, Samuel, Benagh

Orr, Charles, Lower Benagh
Orr, Francis, Ballykeel
Orr, John, J.P., Kilkeel
Orr, Moore, Greencastle
Orr, Robert, Kilkeel
Orr, Samuel, Ballymartin
Orr, William, Ballymartin
O'Hara, John, Maghereagh
O'Hare, Michael, Leestone

Park, James, Ballinran
Park, John, Ballinran
Patterson, Arthur, Cranfield
Peery, Samuel, Derryogue
Perry, James, Aughnahoorey

Quinn, Henry, Brackney
Quinn, Hugh, Ballykeel
Quinn, James, Cargana
Quinn, John, Cargana
Quinn, Robert, Kilkeel
Quinn, Wm., Cargana

Reilly, James, Benagh

Scott, Samuel, Ballinran
Shannon, Samuel, Maghery
Sibbitt, Thomas, Derryogue
Spence, Francis, Aughnahoorey
Spence, Hugh, Ballykeel
Spence, Robert, Aughnahoorey
Stevenson, Hugh, Aughnahoorey
Stevenson, James H., Ballykeel
Stevenson, Thomas, Maghereagh
Stevenson, William, Ballykeel

KILLESHANDRA

The Town of Killeshandra is beautifully situated on a hill, composed of one street running north and south.  Interesting to the antiquary is a very ancient church, now in ruins, which was built in 1688, with the Hamilton crest displayed on the front portion

Post Office - S. H. Gibson, postmaster
Ulster bank Ltd. - Manager, J. A. Thompson

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Rev. R. D'O Martin, rector
Methodist Church - Rev. S. Abraham
Presbyterian Church - Rev. J. H. Whitsitt
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. Judge, P.P.; Rev. P. Donohoe, C.C.

INHABITANTS

Bell, Joseph, blacksmith
Brady, Thomas, C.C., merchant
Brady, Thos., hotel
Campbell, Miss, merchant
Carson, Joseph, butter and egg merchant
Cassidy, Miss, Royal Hotel
Clerk, James, electrical engineer
Crawford, Miss, Croghan House
Fletcher, J. H., sawmill
Gibson, S. H., sub-postmaster, draper and auctioneer and valuator
Grant, Rev. F. W., Derrylane
Hamilton, Major W. J., J.P., D.L., Castle Hamilton
Hamilton, Miss, Drummomy House, Killeshandra
Hewitt, Richard, victualler
Johnston, I., butter and egg merchant
Johnston, Robert, grocer, agent for "Belfast Weekly News"
Kenny, J. B., M.D., registrar for births, marriages and deaths
Lough, Thomas, M.P., Drumully House
Lynch, J., merchant
Lynch, Miss, fancy warehouse
Lyndon, Rev. C. H. D. or P., Killegar
Mee, John J., & Son, draper
McCabe, Thos. F., draper, auctioneer and valuator
McDermott, Mrs. M. A., grocer and draper
McGaheran, Mrs. M. A., victualler
North, George, P.S. clerk
North, Mrs. Sarah, merchant
O'Reilly, Eugene
O'Reilly, Peter, grocer and hardware merchant
Patton, J., motor garage and cycle repairers
Reilly, John, D.C., merchant
Reynolds, Thos., merchant
Richardson, John, jeweller
Sextant, James, coach builder
Shirdan, Richard, merchant
Story, John, grocer and spirit merchant
Taaffe, J., Aubawn House
Teevan, Miss, grocer and spirit merchant
White, Arthur, & Sons, saddlers
White Brothers, saddlers

KILLINCHY

Killinchy is a beautiful village in the East Division of the County of Down, twelve miles from Belfast, on the leading road from Belfast to Downpatrick, via Comber It stands upon a splendid elevation, surrounded by grand scenery of different kinds.  On the other side is the beautiful Strangford Lough, having an island for every day in the year, and which was formerly known as Lough Cuan.  On the other is the beautiful demesne of Florida Manor, whilst close by are the remains of Scattrick Castle, levelled by Cromwell while on his march along the shore to Downpatrick.  The Parish Church, with its high tower, and situated upon a great eminence, is a fine building, and can be seen at a long distance.  There is also the Presbyterian Church, the minister of which was at one time the celebrated Rev. John Livingstone, one of the first five Presbyterian ministers who came from Scotland to Ireland in the 17th century, he having received an invitation from this congregation to be their pastor.

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Rev. Gerald Farrington, The Rectory
Reformed Presbyterian Church - Pulpit supplied by Rev. Torrens Boyd, Newtownards
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Wm. Smyth, The Manse, Ballyminstra
Unitarian Church - Rev. David John Williams, The Manse Ballyminstra
Post Office - H. McCann, postmaster
Dispensary - Dr. Wallace, Lisbane
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. Wallace, Lisbane

INHABITANTS

Adams, Hamilton, Ballyminstra, Lisbane
Adams, John, Lisbane
Adams, Samuel, Lisbane
Alexander, David, Lisbarnett
Anderson, Wm., farmer, Quarterland
Auld, Robert G., Ballymacreely
Auld, R. G., carpenter, Ardmillan

Bailie, The Misses, The Rock, Killinchy
Bailie, William, Killenican
Bailie, William John, Lisbane
Barry, Miss, Rose Cottage, Ballyminstra
Beattie, Wm., farmer, Ballymacreely
Bishop, Mrs. T., farmer, Ballymoran
Bishop, William, Lisbane
Bishop, Wm., farmer, Rathgorman
Boyd, James, Islandbawn, Killinchy
Boyd, Samuel, farmer, Killinchy
Brown, Alexander, Tullymore
Brown, Mrs. John, farmer, Tullynagee

Carlisle, Mrs., Lisbane
Carse, Robert, farmer, Ballymoran
Clarke, Wm., Ballymacarron
Cleland, James, The Hill, Ballymoran
Cleland, John, Ballymoran House
Cochrane, H. & S., farmers, Ballygigan
Connolly, James, Ballymacreely
Cooper, D. J., farmer, Balloo
Craig, Mrs., Ballymacreely
Crickard, John, farmer, Ballybundon

Davidson, Geo., Lisbane
Davidson, Mrs. Samuel, Bog View
Davidson, John, Carragullin, farmer
Devenney, Wm. J., farmer, Ballybundon
Dickson, Hugh, farmer, Lisbane
Dickson, William, farmer, Lisbane
Dines, Hans, shoe maker, Ballymoran
Dines, Wm., Killinchy

Finlay, James, carpenter, Balloo
Finlay, Joseph, Drumeagh
Finlay, Mrs. John. Rock Cottage
Finlay, Thomas, Ballydorn
Finlay, Wm. James, woollen draper, farmer
Fitchie, Alexander, farmer, Lisbane
Fitchie, Hannah, Ballydrain
Fitchie, J. S., farmer, Ballyminstra
Fitchie, Miss, farmer, Ballydrain
Fitchie, R. H., carpenter and builder, Ballyminstra
Frew, Mrs. John M., The Terrace, Ballymacreely
Furey, James, Ballygeegan

Gallagher, Saml., Ballymacreely
Geddes, Henry, Ballydorn
Geddes, Matthew, Killenican
Gibson, David, auctioneer, Ballymacreely
Gibson, John, tailor, The Village
Gill, W. J., farmer, Ardmillan
Gilmore, Susan, Ballybredagh
Gilmore, Wm., farmer, Tullycore
Gourley, Jim, Derryboy Cottage

Harris, George, Lusky Corn and Flax Mills
Hay, Thomas, The Clay
Heron, D. & J., Lough Hill, Ballymacreely
Hewitt, James, The Cottage
Hewitt, Miss, principal Ballymecashion N.S.
Hewitt, Mrs. Hugh, Ballybundon
Houston, Robert, Lisbarnett

Ingram, Daniel, farmer, Kilmood

Jackson, Frank, farmer, Ballymacreely
Jamieson, James, Lisbane
Jamison, Robt., farmer, Ballybundon
Johnston, Robert, farmer, Ballydrain

Keenan, James, farmer, Ballymacreely
Kelly, Frank, farmer, Tullynagee
Kelly, Mrs. Hector, Ballymecashion

Lamont, David, blacksmith, Killinchy
Lamont, John, Ballymoran
Long, John, Ballymacarron
Lowry, James, farmer, contractor, Lisbane
Lowry, John, J.P., Closepark, Ballymecashon
Lowry, Samuel, Lisbarnett

Magee, Charles, Tullynagee
Maltman, Robert, postman, Ballymoran Cottage
Marshall, David, Lisbane
Marshall, Mrs. W. J., farmer, Tullycore
Marshall, Thomas, Islandmore
Martin Thomas, Ballymacreely
Millar, Miss, Ardview
Millar, Robert, farmer, Killenican
Minnis, John, farmer, Lisbane
Minnis, Mrs. Alex., farmer, Tullynagee
Minnis, Mrs. John, farmer, Ballymecashion
Minnis, Mrs. Thomas, farmer, Tullynagee
Miskimmin, David, farmer, Ballybundon
Mitchell, Mrs. David, Lisbane
Mitchell, Robert, Ringneal
Montgomery, Hugh, Scattrick
Moore, Wm., farmer, Ballymacreely
Moorhead, Isaac, farmer, Drumreagh
Moorhead, John, farmer, Ballyminstra
Moorhead, Mrs. Hamilton, farmer, Ballymacashion
Moorhead, Robert, farmer, Drumreagh
Moorhead, Thomas, farmer, Drumreagh
Morrison, George, shoe maker, Lisbane
Morrison, John, Lisbane
Morrison, Lizzie, assistant teacher N.S., Ballyheigle
Morrison, Martha, assistant teacher Killinchy N.S.
Morrow, John, Ballymorn, coal merchant
Morrow, Saml., farmer, Ballydoran
Morrow, John, farmer, Ringneal
Moore, Henry, Moorhall

McBride, David, carpenter, Ballymecashion
McBride, Mrs. Hugh, Ballymistra
McBride, Thomas, Killenican
McCann, Hugh, Lisbane
McCann, H., Grocer and Farmer; Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
McCann, Thos., The Hill Farm, Killenican
McCann, Wm. J., farmer, White Rock
McConnell, Frank, Ballybundon
McConnell, James, spirit merchant
McConnell, Mrs. Robert, Ballybundon
McCullough, Alexander, Lisbane
McCullagh, Alexander, principal Killinchy N.S.
McGowan, William, flax and corn mills
McIlwrath, William, The Hills
McKee, David and Robert, farmers
McKee, Hugh, farmer, Ardmillan
McMaster, H. & C., Carragullin Hill
McNeilly, Miss, assistant teacher Killinchy N.S.

Neil, Samuel, Kilmood
Neill, James, farmer, The Curragh
Neill, Thomas, farmer, Ballymovan

Orr, John, Ballymascashion
Orr, Wm. Samuel, blacksmith, Ballyminstra
Osborne, James, farmer, Ballymacreely
Osborne, Nathaniel, Rockmount

Parker, Miss, assistant teacher Ballymacashen N.S.
Patterson, Andrew, farmer, Ballymacreely
Patterson, Isaac, Ballymacreely
Potter, John, Mourne View
Potter, Miss, dress maker
Prentice, John, J.P., farmer, Beechbank
Prentice, Samuel, farmer, Killinchy
Prentice, Wm., farmer, Ballydrain

Rea, Robert, Ballymacreely
Ritchie, James, farmer, Ballybundon House
Ritchie, Robert, Ballyministra
Robinson, Hugh, Ballybundon Flax Mills
Robinson, James, J.P., flax and corn mill owner, and insurance agent, Craigbank
Robinson, John, grocer and farmer
Russell Bros., farmers, Ballydorn
Russell, Mrs. Wm., Balloo

Savage, John, farmer, Tullymore
Scott, Thomas, farmer, Balloo
Shanks, Miss, teacher Drumreagh N.S.
Shaw, Robert F., auctioneer and insurance agent and valuer, Railway Street, Comber
Shields, Michael, Florida Manor
Simpson, Bertie, publican, Lisbarnett
Smith, Samuel, farmer, Ballymacreely
Spence, James, farmer, Ballybundon
Stevenson, Mrs. Wm., Bridge-end
Stevenson, R., Colenso's Heights, Ballybundon
Stewart, John, Ballymacreely
Stewart, Mrs. David, Tullynakiln
Stewart, Thomas, Craigarusky
Sturgeon, John, Tullymore

Thompson, Archibald, Ringneal
Thompson, George, farmer and grocer, Ballyminstra
Thompson, John, Ballybundon
Thompson, Wm., Bodle

Watson, James, farmer, Ballymecashon
Watson, the Misses, Templebrook Valley, Balloo
Wilson, Dr., The Vicarage, Tullynakiln
Wilson, Rev. H. R., The Vicarage, Kilmood

KILLOUGH

Killough (Cill Locha, the Church of the Lake), a clean, pretty, quaint little village, seaport, and station on the Belfast and County Down Railway, 23 miles S.E. from Belfast, and 6 from Downpatrick.  With the exception of a fine square in the centre, it consists principally of a long, wide street, almost a mile in length, that curves in a semicircle round the harbour.  The square and greater part of this street are shaded with a double row of handsome sycamore trees of about forty years' growth, which in the summer season make a delightful promenade on a hot day.  At the southern end of the village is the spring from which the famous "Scordan Water" unceasingly flows.  It is said to be of the purest and most wholesome kind.  South of Killough, next St. John's Point, is the Castle Park, a tract of about nine acres of a fine, short, grassy sward above the rocks on the sea shore.  Lord Bangor gives all visitors free access to the park, which could not be surpassed as a safe and pleasant recreation ground.  Charles Sheils, the founder of the Ulster charities which bear his name, was a native of the village, where he is buried. The population is 455

Post Office, Telegraph, Money Order, and Savings Bank - John Montgomery, postmaster
Banks - Northern - Attendance from Downpatrick every Wednesday; T. J. Thompson, manager; W. J. Martin, pro. manager.  Ulster - Attendance from Downpatrick every Friday; manager, L. C. N. Lowry
Coastguard Station, Castle Park - J. Gillett, C.B.C.
Dispensary - Medical officer, D. M. Moore, M.B. (pro. tem.), Bishopscourt. Interim Registrar of births and deaths and deputy of marriages - R. L. Williams
Viscount Bangor National School - Teacher, E. R. Thomson; assistant, Miss McMurray
Killough National Schools - (Male) - Teacher, M. Buckley; (female) - Teachers, Miss Denvir, Miss McCluskey and Miss Meehan
Police Barrack - Sergeant Doyle and three constables
Shiels Institution - Mrs. George Swail, supt.
Sun Fire Insurance, founded 1710 - Local agent, R. L. Williams
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agents, Hunter & Co., The Stores

HOTELS

Bangor Arms (J. & J. Rea), Park Hotel (Mrs. Savage)

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Rev. S. B. Crooks
Methodist Church - Rev. J. Dickson, minister (attends fortnightly from Downpatrick)
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. P. McCambridge, P.P.

INHABITANTS

Barrie, H. T., potato merchant
Birrells, E., chief light keeper, St. John's
Blythe, W. J., Blythe Ville
Branney, Thos., grocer and car owner
Brown, Archibald, land steward
Buckley, M., school teacher

Connelly, James, car owner
Chambers, Thomas, farmer
Cotter, Mrs. Jack, Innishowen
Crawford, W., Rossglass, farmer
Craig, James, carter
Craig, Josiah, farmer
Crooks, Rev. S. B., The Rectory
Cullen, Allen & Co. Ltd., grain and potato merchants, Quay Lane

Davidson, Mrs. Jane
Davidson, Mrs. Ellen, grocer
Denvir, Miss, The Square
Doogan, M., publican
Dugan, Mrs. R., grocer

Flynn, Wm., (of Hunter & Co.), Bungalow
Forsythe, Jane, Bright, postmistress

Gardiner, E., retired school teacher
Gartland, John

Hanna, Mrs. E., grocer
Hawthorn, Chas., farmer
Hughes, Wm., farmer and mill owner, Ballyviggis
Hunter & Co., provision and general merchants; agents for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Hunter, Miss F. A., The Stores (of Hunter & Co.)

Keating, Mrs.

Magill, Rev. W., Bright Rectory
Martin, Chas., rent agent, estate bailiff, and harbour master
Merrick, A. S., Marine Villa
Montgomery, John, postmaster and farmer
Montgomery, Geo., farmer, Ballygilbert
Moore, Mrs. John, Ballyligg
Moore, Robert, farmer, Ballyligg
Moore, W. H., J.P., farmer, The Grange
Mulvanney, Geo., postman
Munce, Alex., farmer, Harbour View
Munce, Miss, Sunnyside
Murphy, Francis, spirit, coal and potato merchant

McCance, W. J., carpenter
McClure, Wm., blacksmith
McComiskey, Mrs. E., The Square
McConvey, Patk., farmer
McCormick, Patk., blacksmith
McCulley, W., manager, McGladdery & Sons
McGladdery & Sons Ltd., brick manufacturers, The Strand
McGonigle, Miss Jane E.
McLean, Mrs., The Quarter
McMahon, James, farmer
McMurray, John, butcher and grocer
McMaster, Mrs.

Nelson, Mrs. M., The Square
Nelson, Samuel, farmer
Nougher, John, station master

O'Prey, Daniel

Park Hotel - Mrs. Savage, proprietress
Porter, M. J., farmer, Ballyhossett

Ranaghan, Nicholas
Rea, J. & J., Bangor Arms Hotel

Seeds, Moses, farmer, Ballygilbert
Spiers, Henry, farmer
Starkey, Captain, master mariner
Straney, James, farmer
Swail, Mrs. G., Shiels Institution

Thomson, E. R., school teacher, The Square
Tier, Mrs. G., farmer

Vaughan, Thomas, publican

Williams, R. L. (of Hunter & Co.), The Stores

KILLYBEGS

This is a delightfully situated seaport town, surrounded by rugged and picturesque scenery, situated in the midst of the Donegal Highlands, about fourteen miles from the town of Donegal and fifty from Londonderry.  It has one of the finest harbours in Ireland, the largest ships of war being able to anchor with safety close to the town, and its land-locked position renders it the chief harbour of refuge on the north-west coast.  The railway from Donegall has made the town a favourite watering place.  Five and a half miles distant are the caves of Muckross, and further away the cliffs of Slieve League, said to be the finest in Europe, several of which have a sheer face down to the sea, and are upwards of 1,900 feet in height.  Killybegs is a station for H.M. cruisers, and coaling station for Admiralty steamers.  A fair is held on the 6th of each month, a weekly market every Friday, and a Court of Petty Sessions second Monday in each month.  The population in 1911 was 634

Agricultural Bank - Chairman, Patrick O'Byrne; secretary, P. A. Mulreany
Agriculturist - J. Ritchie, Congested Districts Board
Auctioneers - John Mulreany and Patrick Byrne
Bakers - James Gallagher and Charles Boyle
Bank - Ulster Banking Co. Ltd., J. Harris, manager; cashier, Joseph McFadden McRobert
Blacksmith - Charles Mooney
Boat Builders - Robert Buchan, Industrial School, and Charles McLaughlin
Book Sellers and Stationers - J. Ward & Co.
Boot and Shoe Makers - T. Kenny, F. Boyle, J. Brogan
Builders - J. McGroarty, B. Mullan, Maguire Brothers, Thomas Murrin, McMullan Brothers
Butchers - Joseph McGettigan, Dorrian Brothers, and Joseph Cunningham
Carpenters - Barney Mullan, J. Campbell & Sons, and Joseph Cunningham
Carpet Manufactory - Alex. Morton & Co., proprietors of Darvel, Ayrshire - Andrew Struthers, manager
Civil Bill Officer - Thomas Corr
Clergy - Rev. J. H. Deasley, rector; Rev. Canon J. Sweeney, P.P.; Rev. W. Gillespie, C.C.; Rev. J. Cunningham (Industrial School)
Coal Merchants -  C. Rogers, J. Ward & Co.
Coastguards - Captain Phillips, R.N.; W. Newstead, station clerk
Coopers - John Campbell & Son
Cycle Agent - J. Nutt
Dispensary - J. J. Walsh, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.
Donegal Railway Co. - Joseph Murray, station master
Drapers - John McGarrigle, Miss S. Conwell, Mrs. Green, Thos. Conwell, Straleeny; J. Ward & Co., Sheridan & Co., P. Gannon, Mrs. J. McLaughlin, Miss Leeson, Mrs. C. McBrarty, Misses Gillespie
Dressmakers - Mrs. Blain, Mrs. McMullan, Ann Keeny, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Jane McLaughlin, Mrs. Francis McGuire
Embroidery Agents - Miss Kate Gatins, Miss E. Conwell, A. O'Donnell, Andrew Wray, Mrs. J. Hill, Miss Mary McFadden
Emigration Agents - Rogers & Co.
Fish Salesman - Patrick O'Byrne
Grocers - Mrs. S. Brady, Bridget Conwell, Mrs. McIntyre, E. Conwell, Anthony O'Donnell, John Ward & Co., Thomas Conwell, Straleeny; John McGarrigle, Rogers & Co., John Crawford, Owen McGinn, Daniel Quigley, B. O'Kelly & Co., and Mrs. C. Gallagher
Fish Buyers - John Byrne, C. McCahill, P. Conwell, P. McNelis, and H. Ferguson
Hairdresser - Hugh O'Donnell
Hardware Merchants - John Ward & Co., John McGarrigle
Hotels - Rogers's and Coane's
Harbour Commissioners - Most Rev. Dr. O'Donnell, Rev. Hugh McDwyer; Rev. J. Sweeney, P.P.; Henry Forbes, John McGarrigle, R. M. Livesey, Charles E. Rogers, John Mulreany, secretary; Patrick Quinn, harbour master
Inland Revenue Officer - T. J. Byrne
Insurance Agents - Caledonian Insurance Association; Sun, C. E. Rogers, John Ward; English and Scottish Law Life Assurance Association; the Provident Clerks and General Guarantee and Accident Co. Ltd.; J. F. Haris and P. A. Mulreany
Ironmongers - J. McGarrigle, J. Ward & Company, Dan Quigley
Leather Dealers - T. Kenny, Francis Boyle
Lending Library - John Ward & Co.
Lloyds Agent - Patrick O'Byrne
Magistrates - T. H. Gorringe, Commander G. G. Phillips, R.N.; J. Byrne, Hugh O'Donnell. J. Verschoyle, Andrew Heekin, P. McLaughlin, Lieutenant John Gunn, R.N.; Michael McFadden, Wm. O'Doherty, M.D.; John McGettigan, O. Henry, Ebenezer Rogers, Dan. Quigley, John Sheridan, J. J. Walsh, M.B.; John F. Blain, Chris. McShane, Jas. O'Byrne, Peter Ward, Thomas Lyons
Meal, Flour, and Bran Stores - W. J. T. Pollexfen & Co., Rogers & Co., Ward & Co., Spiller & Baker
Motor Garage - Michael Rogers
Music Teacher - Mrs. M. McShane
Newsagents - Rogers & Co., J. Ward & Co., John McGarrigle
Petty Sessions, Clerk, L. Crawford
Posting Establishments - Rogers & Co., John Crawford, jun.; and Anthony Conwell
Post Office, Telegraph, Money Order, and Savings Bank - Miss Christina Rogers, postmistress
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - J. J. Walsh, M.B.; deputy registrar, P. A. Mulreany
Resident Gentry - Commander G. C. Phillips, R.N., J.P., Rockmount; Lieut. J. Gunn, J.P.; John Byrne, J.P.; T. J. Hamilton Gorringe, J.P., Fintra House; Dr. Brook
R.I. Constabulary - Sergeant Walsh and seven constables
Salt Merchants - John Ward & Co.
Schools - Murray National, Mrs. Nutt, principal; Nial Mor National, Mr. Mulreany, principal; Mrs. Carr and Mrs. Mulreany, assistants; St. Columba's Industrial, Rev. J. Cunningham, manager; Killybegs, Wm. Devir, principal
Solicitor - P. J. Ward, B.A., LL.B.
Spirit Dealers - Charles Rogers, Owen McGinn, Thos. Conwell, Straleeny; Mrs. S. Brady, B. Conwell, Mrs. Murrin, P. Quinn, Bella Coane, Philip Campbell, Mrs. C. McBrearty
Steamship Coasting (Sligo and Killybegs) - Agent, Thomas Clancy
Tailors - Hugh McIntyre, Michael McKay, and Charles Doherty
Timber and Deal Merchants - John Ward & Co.
Veterinary Surgeon - Francis McShane

KILLYLEAGH

A Seaport, and formerly a market town and Parliamentary borough, in County Down, about 16 miles S.E. from Belfast, situated at the head of a creek on the west shore of Strangford Lough, on the road from Downpatrick to Belfast. There are two extensive linen yarn spinning mills, containing 40,000 spindles, and employing 1,500 hands.  The town is situated in the midst of a rich agricultural community, and a large export trade is done in potatoes, which form a feature of the produce obtainable in the district.  The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday.  The population of Killyleagh at the census of 1911 was 1,610, and of Shrigley Mills or town 835

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Parish Church, Churchill Street, Rev. Mr. Brown
First Presbyterian Church, Plantation Street - Rev. J. R. McCleery, Riverdale Manse.  Second Presbyterian Church, Catherine Street - T. McCaghen, Seaside Manse
Methodist Chape, Shore Street - Ministers various
Roman Catholic Chapel, Irish Street - Rev. Father Davey

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

National School - Daniel McCaw; teacher; Miss Wilson, assistant
Shrigley National School - Miss Oldham, principal; Miss Porter, assistant
Killyleagh National School - Mr. Lynch, principal; Mr. marks and Miss Thomson, assistants
St. Mary's Roman Catholic National school, Irish Street - Patrick O'Cleary, teacher; Mrs. O'Cleary and Miss Maguire, assistants
Post and Stamp Office, High Street - Alex. Morrow
Constabulary Station, High Street - Sergeant Farrell
Masonic Hall, Cross Street
Orange Hall, Irish Street
Cooke Memorial Hall, Plantation Street
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - R. H. Sproule, M.D.
Banks - Ulster Banking Co. Ltd., High Street - Manager, Mr. Stephens
Killyleagh Agricultural Co-operative Society, Catherine Street - Manager, Mr. Gibson

INHABITANTS

Bebe, Charles, manager, T. Sinton & Sons
Burke-Murphy, J. H., J.P., agent for the Dufferin, Hamilton, and Ava Estates

Gordon, Captain Alexander H., J.P., Delamont House, Ballymurphy

Hamilton, Gawn R., J.P., D.L., Killyleagh Castle
Herdman, Arthur T. (managing director John Martin & Co. Ltd., Shrigley Mills), Shrigley Lodge
Heron, James, J.P., Tullyveery House

Lindsay, Wm., horticulturist and nursery man

Morrow, Alex., postmaster, harbour master and general merchant, Dufferin Road
McCleery, Rev. J. R., Riverdale Manse
McKnight, John, Builder, Grocer and General Merchant, Frederick Street

Reaney, Benj., secretary Shrigley Mills, Rose Cottage

Scott, Miss, Dufferin Place
Sinton, Arthur, Dufferin Place

Thomson, Miss, Dufferin Villas

Sproule, R. H., M.D. and surgeon, medical officer of dispensary, Catherine Street

Back Street

Bain, James, grocer, Dufferin Place
King, Susan, dress maker
McCardell, John, haberdasher
Murphy, Miss, Dufferin Place

Catherine Street

Andrews, David, publican
Caffrey, Captain
Caffrey, Miss, stationer and newsagent
Cochlin, Miss, dress maker
McCausland, Thos. H., general grocer, potato and coal merchant
McCorkell, Samuel, Hamilton Arms Hotel
Sullivan, Wm., mechanic, Frederick Street

Churchill Street

Flynn, Robert, shoe maker
Gibson, James, carpenter
Holland, James
McClurg, John, blacksmith
Sullivan, Matthew, tailor

Cross Street

Calvert, Samuel, hardware, plate dealer
Dougherty, John, publican
Hall, Wm., saddler
Martin, Mrs. J., cycle and motor agent
McClurg, Mrs. R., grocer and coal merchant
McKnight, John, carpenter and builder
Simpson, Mrs., dress and costume maker
Taylor, George, watch maker

High Street

Calvert, Thomas, General Grocer and Hardware Merchant
Cleeland, George, inn keeper
Craig, Miss, confectioner
Donnan, Francis, tailor and clothier
Fitzsimmon, C. B., general carrier
Faulkner, James, sen., stationer, etc., High Street
Faulkner, James, jun., carpenter and funeral undertaker
Furey, James, grocer
Guiney, Miss
Hart, R., draper and car owner
Hastings, Robert, chemist
Heaney, James, hairdresser
Kirk, William F., Grocer and General Merchant
Matthews, Mrs., Retreat Restaurant; Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Millar, Mrs. E., Dufferin Arms Hotel
McCartney, Robert, watch maker and jeweller
McCurry, John, stationer and fancy goods, fruit and confectioner
McGloin, James, J.P., draper and shipping agent
McGrady, Joseph, draper
McKelvey, John
McMillan, Miss, dress maker
McMillan, R. J., haberdasher and draper
McVeigh, Robert, butcher
Orr, David
Patterson, David R., Spirit Dealer, Grocer and Hardware Merchant
Reid, Robt., butcher
Young, The Misses, dressmakers

Irish Street

Cairns, Mrs.
Keenan, Walter
McCaw, Daniel
McCurry, Miss, grocer

Shore Street

Bain, Robert, grocer
Bennett, Wm., seaman
Dornan, William
Kelly, Wm., flax dresser
Lowry, James, summons server
Magill, Robert
Morrow, Mrs., dress maker
McCabe, Robert, flax dresser
McClurg, A., grocer and ship owner
McClurg, William James, flesher
Stothart, Henry, carrier
Wilson, Mrs. Jane

Plantation Street

Calvert, William, tailor
Casement, Samuel, labourer
Kennedy, John, labourer
Young, Thomas, sexton

SHRIGLEY VILLAGE AND RESIDENTS

Anderson, J. A. S., medical hall
Carnaghan, S., foreman mechanic
Dornan, Miss, grocer and boot manufacturer
Herdman, A. T., managing director of John Martin & co. Ltd., Shrigley Mills
Martin, Edward D., J.P., Shrigley Hall
Martin, John, & Co. Ltd., Shrigley Mills
Morrow, Andrew, manager, Shrigley Grocery Store
McCullough, Samuel, reeling master
Reaney, B., secretary John Martin & Co. Ltd., Shrigley Mills, Killyleagh
Ringland, Jas., manager model lodging house
Ritchie, James, manager, Shrigley Mills
The Killyleagh Agricultural Co-operative Society
Wilson, Mrs., grocer

FARMERS

Anderson, Thomas, blacksmith, Toye
Beattie, John, Tullynery
Bingham, Hugh, Corporation
Breeze, Charles, Ballymacromwell
Brown, Hugh, Tullychin
Brown, Miss, Ballygoskin
Clarke, Robert, Tullyvery
Coulter, Mrs. James, Ardigon
Craig, James, Ballytrim
Furey, Samuel, The Hill
Gibson, John, Shrigley
Gilmore, David, The Strand
Gilmore, John, Cource
Hanna, D. J., Corporation
Heaney, William, Tullychin
Hutchinson, Wm., Tullymacknows
Hutchinson, James, Tullymacknows
Lawther, James, farmer
Lawther, William, Cluntagh
Lyons, John, Beechpark
Millar, Wm. John, Marlvilla Cottage
Moore, the Misses, Tullymacknows
Morrison, Robert, Woodland House
Morow, John L., teacher and farmer, Ardigon
McCartan, John, J.P., Tullychin and Maymore
McCartan, J., Toye
McClelland, William, The Fort
McGiffert, John, Rathcunningham
McKee, Alexander, The Strand
McKee, Henry, Tullychin
Orr, Alex., Maymore
Orr, John, Delamount
Patterson, D. R., Corporation
Porter, Hugh, Tullyvery
Reid, Alexander, Ardigon
Ringland, S. B., J.P., farmer, Ballytrim House
Robinson, The Misses, Lake View
Robinson, Mrs., Ballytrim
Robinson, Thomas, Mullock
Stevenson, Mrs., Tullyveery
Stevenson, J., Derrybay
Thompson, Robert, Tullyvery
Thomson, Robert, Merview Cottage
Wallace, Mrs., Tullyvery
Watson, Wm., Tullyvery
Weaver, James, Ardigon
Weaver, John, Ballytrim
Young, J. G., Annsfield
Young, Robert, Tullyvery
Young, Thomas, Corporation

KILREA

Is a thriving town in the County of Londonderry, with a population of about 1,000 inhabitants, on the river Bann, between forty and fifty miles from Belfast, on the central road through the County of Londonderry.  Three markets are held weekly - on Tuesday, grass-seed; Wednesday for sale of general produce; and on Thursday for oats and oatmeal.  The town is lighted by electricity by private enterprise.  The monthly fair for horses and cattle on the second Wednesday of the month is one of the best in the North of Ireland.  To meet the ever growing requirements of the district, a second fair has been established for the sale of cattle on the fourth Wednesday of the month, and has proved a great success.  The river Bann is famous for salmon and trout fishing, attracting fishers from Ireland, England, and Scotland.  The population in 1911 was 783

Post Office - Sub-postmistress, Miss Thompson.

PLACES OF WORSHIP

First Presbyterian Church - Rev. James Stewart, B.A.
Church of Ireland - Rev. A. E. Sixsmith, B.D., rector.  Hervey Hill - Rev. R. W. W. McQuaide, B.A. Killelagh (Swateragh) - Rev. G. Sweetman, rector
Second Presbyterian Church - Rev. Joseph Wasson, B.A.
Boveedy Presbyterian Church - Rev. W. J. Hill, B.A.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Revs. D. F. McCrea, P.P., and P. McGeown, C.C.
Churchtown Presbyterian Church - Rev. H. C. Mulholland, minister

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Dispensary - James Lennox, M.D., M.Ch., J.P.
Registrar of Births, Deaths, etc. - James Lennox, M.D.  Assistant Registrar - R. A. Long
National Schools - A. Kane, teacher; Miss Knox, assistant.  Female - Miss Stirling; Miss Edmundson, assistant.  Boveedy - T. Simpson, teacher; Mrs. Lytle, assistant.  Movanagher - R. J. McFadden; Hiss (Miss) Henry, assistant.  Lislea (Boys) - Wm. J. Killough, principal.  Lislea (Girls) - Miss Kidd, principal; Miss Browne, assistant
Belfast Bank (branch) - James Camac, manager
Northern Banking Co. Ltd. - Joseph Anderson, manager; G. D. Chittick, cashier; J. Tinsley, clerk

HOTELS

Mercer's (James McLaughlin), Commercial (P. McEwan), The Ark (Mrs. Atkinson), Railway Temperance (James Rainey), Hunterlee Temperance (Mrs. Hunter)
Petty Sessions Court - Samuel Hazlett, slerk (clerk)
Kilrea Bench Magistrates - Captain A. M. Armstrong, chairman, D.L., J.P., Jas. Lennox, M.D., J.P.; S. J. Bolton, L.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., J.P.; F. Wilson, C.E., J.P.; F McKeefry, J.P.; M. Reilly, J.P.; C. Rogers, J.P.; W. W. Woods, J.P.; John Knipe, J.P.; M. J. Henry, J.P.; H. Gribbon, J.P.; J. Bamford, J. O'Kane, J.P.; S. Hazlett, J.P.; Alex. Clark, J.P.; W. G. Courtney, J.P.; James E. O'Neill, J.P.; Daniel J. O'Hagan, J.P.; Bernard Dempsey, J.P.; Samuel Greer, J.P.; Wm. James Smith, J.P., Co. Councillor; Patk. Kane, J.P.; W. J. McKeeman, J.P.; W. J. Hilton, J.P.
Civil Bill Officer - Thomas Fitzpatrick
Commissioners for taking Affidavits - Saml. Hazlett and J. Bamford
Loan Fund - Treasurer, John Smyth; trustee, Rev. J. Stewart, B.A.; clerk, G. Kidd
Clerk of Markets - James Gracey
Constabulary - Sergeant Nevin and four constables
Rate Collector - R. A. Sinclair
Orange and Protestant Friendly Society - President, Wm. McAllister; secretary, R. A. Long
Doctors - James Lennox, J.P., and John Hegarty
Solicitor - Robert Liddle
Emigration Agents - R. A. Long, James McLoughlin, and J. Bamford
Newsagents - Mrs. Graham, Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News," Mrs. Archibald, R. A. Long, James Shiels
Insurance Agents - J. Bamford & Son and M. Reilly, J.P.
Stationmaster - W. J. Bell
Trustees Kilrea Markets - Wm. Craig, Jas. Hunter, Chas. Rogers, J.P.
Drapers - James Shiels, W. S. Cromie, W. W. Woods, J.P.; Mooney & McKeirnan, Mrs. Archibald, Richard Browne, Robert Gardiner, Mrs. Atkinson, John McCahon, sen.; A. McAllister & Sons, A. McConaghey & Son, and J. Bamford
Funeral Undertakers - J. Bamford & Son, James Shiels, W. S. Cromie, W. W. Woods, J.P.; Mooney & McKeirnan, John McCahon, sen.
Grocers - Adams & Sons, Andrew Bradley, The Misses Darragh, Mrs. George Graham, James Hunter, W. J. Kyle, Miss Millen, Mrs. J. Mullan, R. Elder, John McCahon, jun.; Wm. McCahon, Mrs. McCurdy, Francis McKeefry, J.P.; Mrs. P. McLaughlin, James McGuiggan, Jas. O'Fee, W. J. Neely, John Smyth, W. Dalzell, Joseph McIldowney, Mrs. Barkley
Boot Merchants - Mrs. T. Atkinson, John Bloomfield, Patrick Henry, Mrs. McAtamney, John McAllen, Thomas O'Fee, Wm. McFadden
Hardware Merchants - Francis McKeefry, J.P.; Wm. Jas. Neely; Mrs. Atkinson, Alex. Knox, Mrs. Long
Coal Merchants - Alex. Knox, W. J. Bell, John Smyth
Grain Merchants - William Craig, James McGonigle, John Smyth, McDevitt Bros., Gordon Bros., Fallahogey
Spirit Merchants - James Kennedy, John McCartney, Mrs. E. Diamond, James McLaughlin, Mrs. John Mullan, Patrick Dempsey, James Shiels, J. McEwan, Patrick McKeefry, Hugh O'Kane, John Scullin, Robt. O'Kane
Merchant Tailors - John McCahon, sen.; A. McAllister & Sons, A. McConaghy & Son, J. Bamford, J. Sheils
Tailors - Robert T. McKeown and Felix McReynolds
Saddlers - John Bloomfield, Stephen Kelso, Samuel Kilpatrick
Cycle Agents and Builders - Jas. McCahon, Thomas Millar
Blacksmiths - Wm. Elliott, Wm. Scullion, Alex. Knox (and implement manufacturer)
Carpenters - James A. Campbell, William O'Kane, Solomon Calvin (and coach builder), Devlin Bros.
Builders - John Walker, Thos. Cassidy
Engineer - Robt. A. Peden (lectric)
Druggist - James Hunter, M.P.S.I.
Watchmakers - George Rea, Benjamin Bradley, Alex. Mann, Jos. Rea
Dressmakers - J. Bamford & Son, Miss Peden, Miss Kerr, Miss Holmes, Mrs. Devlin, Mrs. O'Callaghan, W. S. Cronnie, Mooney & McKiernan
Hairdresser - Samuel Kerr
Butchers - Patrick O'Kane, Alex. McShane, John McShane, Arthur McShane
Pork Buyers - C. Rogers, J.P.; J. Rogers
Embroidery Agents - R. A. Long, Wm. McKinley, M. Reilly, J.P.; Mrs. Simpson, (Boveedy)

INHABITANTS

Clark, Miss, The Villas

Darragh, John, general carrier
Davison, Robert, sexton
Dickie, Joseph, Cottage Grove

Gracey, Jas., clerk of markets, licensor to Conservators of Fisheries

Hegarty, John, M.D.
Hilton, Wm. Jas., R.D.C., Dullaghy
Holmes, Wm., posting establishment
Hutton, Robert, bread server

Jamison, Rev. W. J., The Manse, Bridge House
Jamieson, Jonathan, Movanagher

Kerr, Thomas, posting establishment
Kidd, Miss, organist and music teacher
Knipe, John, J.P.

Long, R. A., secretary Kilrea Unionist Club
Lyle, H. W., Glandore, Kilrea

Moore, Judge, Moore Lodge
McAteer Bros., nurserymen, Claragh
McCartney, Andrew (Messrs. Inglis & Co.)
McClelland, Walter, Excise and Customs
McFadden, James, postman
McFadden, Richard, postman and waterworks caretaker
McFadden, Wm., postman
McKeeman, W. J., J.P., Moyanagher
McKinley, William, second hand clothier

The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd. - Agent, James Camac, Belfast Bank
Thompson, James, bread server
Torrens, Samuel, Lower Tamlaght

Wilson, Fredk., J.P., C.E., Lake View
Wilson, John, Clougheen
Wilson, W., Carnroe

BALLYMACONNELLY
one and a half miles from Kilrea

Post Office and Inn - John McLaughlin, proprietor

INHABITANTS

Doherty, J. J., N.S. teacher, Killans
Fullerton, S. S., Ashfield, Culmore
Kennedy, Thomas, Culmore
McErlaine, Rev. John, The Leap
McHenry, Samuel, J.P., Beechcroft
Patterson, D., Keersland House
Smyrell, Jas., R.D.C., Ballymaconnelly House

KINGSCOURT

The Town of Kingscourt is situated in the South-East of County Cavan, and is fast gaining a place in the front rank as a commercial town.  The chief attraction in the neighbourhood is the beautiful grounds and demesne leading to Cabra Castle, the beauty of which attracts a large number of tourists in the summer months. The nearest Presbyterian Church is Ervey, under three miles distant.

Places of Worship - Church of Ireland - Rev. James Harte, rector; Presbyterian, Ervey (about three miles distant).  Roman Catholic - Rev. S. Kelly, P.P.
National Schools - No. 1, J. Brady, teacher; No. 2, W. T. Boyd, teacher
Post Office - W. F. Nicholl, postmaster
Petty Sessions Clerk - J. R. Malcomson
Banks - Hibernian, E. Burke, manager; Northern Banking Co., M. Sandys, manager

INHABITANTS

Bruce, Michael, shoe maker
Burke, Ed., manager Hibernian Bank
Byrne, Myles, tailor

Callan, Ellen, hotel proprietress
Callan, J. C., solicitor
Carolan, John, cattle dealer
Carolan, Peter, provision merchant
Casserly, Joseph, publican
Cochrane & Co., solicitors
Cowman, Andrew
Crossan, Wm., cattle dealer

Dempsy, P. J., M.D., registrar for births, marriages and deaths
Downey, Matt., fowl merchant
Duff, Nicholas, victualler
Duffy, Miles, publican

Farrelly Brothers, publicans
Farrelly, Denis, cattle dealer
Farrelly, Patrick, publican
Faulkner, P., rate collector

Gargan, John, cattle dealer
Gargan, Mrs. P., provision dealer
Gartlan Brothers, publicans
Geoghegan, George, shoe maker
Geraghty, Patrick, publican
Gilmour, J. W., contractor
Gogarty, J. T., publican
Green, Bridget, provision merchant

Hand, Bernard, publican

Irvine, F. E., accountant
Irwin, William, car owner

Kearney, John, publican
Keelan, Thomas, carpenter
Kelly, Rev. Stephen, Adm., P.P.

Larkin, Patrick, farrier
Lennon, Rev., C.C.
Lynch, Mrs., publican

Maguire, Peter, house painter and carpenter
Martin, Patrick, tailor
Martin, Thos., victualler
Maude, C., land agent
Merryman, Thomas, cattle dealer
Muldoon, James, builder

McCabe, Frank, egg buyer
McGuinness, Edward, draper
McKeever, Tom, farrier
McKeown, James, grocer
McMahon, Patk., lodging house
McMurray, Joseph, chemist

Nicholl, ?, draper
Nicholl, J. H., & Son, general stores
Nicholl, W. F., agent

Owens, Michael, coal and provision merchant
O'Brien, Frank, fowl dealer
O'Brien, Mrs. M. A., grocer
O'Connor, Patk., lodging house keeper
O'Connor, Eliza, provision merchant
O'Reilly, Anthony, general merchant
O'Reilly, Bernard, tailor
O'Reilly, Charles, draper
O'Reilly, Mary, draper

Quinn, Wm., coach builder

Reilly, Bernard, publican
Reilly, James, fowl merchant
Reilly, John, fowl merchant
Roche, James, fowl dealer
Rooney, James, publican
Rorke, Mrs., publican

Sands, M., manager Northern Bank
Shannon, John, draper
Shannon, John, publican
Shekleton, Joseph, general merchant
Shekleton, Mrs. Wm., provision merchant
Smith, Gilbert, tinsmith
Sullivan, Michael, harness maker

Ward, Jas. & Michl., carpenters and painters
Wright, Eliza, hotel proprietress

KIRKCUBBIN

A small seaport in Strangford Lough.  It is used for the importation of coal, and for the export of grain and potatoes.  The town consists principally of a main street, in which are quite a number of good houses.  The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday

Post Office and Telegraph Office - John B. Iliff, postmaster
Constabulary Station - Sergeant A. Docherty
Harbour Master - William Gaw
Church of Ireland (Trinity) - Rev. G. Foster, B.D.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. ? Neeson, P.P., Ballycran
Shamrock Masonic Lodge No. 354
Presbyterian Church - Rev. C. H. Hunter, registrar of marriages
Kirkistown Orange Hall - Rev. J. H. H. Scott, B.A., master
Orange Hall - David McClements, master, Kirkcubbin
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, R. McQuitty, Kirkiston
Kirkcubbin Milling Co. Ltd. - Thos. McDonnell, secretary

INHABITANTS

Addy, Rev. G., Methodist minister, Glastry
Allen, F. M., Nunsquarter House
Allen, William, Nunsquarter House
Allen, W. P., J.P., Nunsquarter House

Beckett, Rev. M., rector of Ballyhalbert , Rectory, Ballyeasboro'
Blakely, Mrs. Anne, publican
Blakiston-Houston, Richard, J.P., Rodden's House
Booth, Miss N. T., Tubber-na-Carrig
Boyd, Hugh, posting establishment
Boyd, James, R.D.C., cycle agent
Boyd, William, posting establishment and assistant harbour master

Campbell, John, gardener, Nunsquarter
Campbell, S. R., The Villa
Calwell, John, posting establishment
Carrick, W. E., Lakeview
Caughey, Alex., butcher
Close, Andrew, sexton Trinity Church
Close, James, insurance agent
Close, Wm., farmer, Rureagh
Connor, Hugh

Dodds, James, Lightshipman
Donnan, John, insurance agent
Donnan, Robert, J.P., Kirkcubbin
Dorrian, Hugh, publican, Ship Hotel
Dorrian, P. H.
Dorrian, William John, spirit merchant

Ennis, Thos. H., publican

Filson, David, blacksmith
Filson, Samuel, blacksmith
Finlay, Samuel, farmer, Ballygarvin
Finlay, Samuel, Innishargie
Finlay, Andrew, Ballygarvin
Finnegan, Wm. Jas., cycle agent, Ardkeen
Fitzsimmons, N., grocer
Foster, Rev. George, B.D., The Parsonage

Gaw, Robert, contractor
Gilmore, Henry, The Quay
Gilmore, Hugh, & Sons, grain and potato merchants
Gilmore, Mrs. Charles, grocer
Gilmour, Robert
Glover, James, N.S. teacher
Gowan, Wm., Co.C., Ballycran

Hanley, Patk., constable
Harris, Wm., farmer, Ballygarvin
Heron, Miss, N.T.
Holland, Robert, Innishargie
Houston, Dr., registrar for births and deaths, Greyabbey

Iliff, J. B., draper and grocer
Iliff, Miss A., Roden Street
Irwin, W. G., N.T., Tubber-na-Carrig

Kelly, Miss, newsagent
Kerr, Charles, farmer, Ballygarvin
Kerr, Wm., farmer, Ballygarvin

Lawther, John, stone mason
Lawther, Samuel, bread server

Macauley, Matthew, M.D.
Matier, Alex., farmer, Granshaw
Matier, Hugh, farmer, Ballylimp
Matier, John, farmer, Granshaw
Maxwell, Bros., general merchants
Maxwell, James, M.R.C.V.S., Ballycran
Maxwell, Robert, farmer, Granshaw
Maxwell, Thomas, draper and grocer
Maxwell, Thos. Jas., farmer, Ballygraffin
Megahy, Constable
Millar, Andrew, posting establishment
Millar, William, publican
Morrow, Rev. W., The Manse, Glastry
Muckle, John, farmer, Ballymullen
Muckle, Thomas, Ballymullen

McAleenan, P. J., B.A., National teacher
McCarthy, James, chemist and druggist
McCarthy, Mrs., grocer, Nunsquarter
McClements, D., Nunsquarter
McConnell, Joseph H., boatman
McConnell, Nurse
McCormack, John, carpenter, etc.
McCracken, William, farmer, Innishargie
McDonnell, Thos., of Russell & McDonnell, auctioneers
McDowell, Thomas, fowl merchant
McFadden, John, R.D.C., Granshaw
McGrath, Patrick, farmer, Rureagh
McKelvey, William, Glastry House
McKibbin, Robert, Fishquarter
McMaster, Hugh, carpenter
McMillan, W. J., postman

Nelson, John, farmer, Rureagh

O'Prey, Hugh, blacksmith

Palmer, Miss M. J., Rockcrest
Polly, Frank, farmer, Granshaw

Rankin, James R., J.P., Rocklands
Reid, John, C.B.O.
Reid, P., bread server
Reid, William, saddler
Rogan, Miss, N.T., Balligan

Scott, Rev. J. H. H., The Rectory, Ardkeen
Sharp, James
Sharp, Mrs. Alice, Mermaid Hotel
Shaw, Mrs. F. W., The Glebe
Shaw, Thomas, & Co. Ltd., Merchants; Agents for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News", John Donnan, manager
Sinclair, John, postman
Sinclair, Robert, butcher
Smyth, Miss, National teacher, Nunsquarter
Stewart, James, dealer, Kirkcubbin

Thompson, Robert, bread server

Verschoyle, Rev. H. S., Rubane House

Warnock, R. H., farmer, Rubane
Warnock, Thomas, farmer, Ballygraffin
Watson, Joseph, constable
Weir, John, sexton Presbyterian Church
Weir, W., shoe maker
Wilson, David, tailor
Wilson, John, farmer, Ballymullen

Young, W. S., J.P., Granshaw