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Moira Monaghan Moneymore
Moy & Charlemont
Maghera, a market town in County Down,
thirty six miles N. by W. from Belfast. It consists of one long and
spacious street, from which several smaller ones branch off, 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 alternate Saturdays, and a Manorial court monthly.
A constabulary station is in the town. The market days are Tuesday and
Friday, the latter for corn. Fairs held on the last Tuesday of every
month. Maghera contained in 1851, 1,162 inhabitants.
|Post-Office - M. Thompson, postmistress.
Letters from Dublin, the South of Ireland, and England, arrive
every forenoon at 9.45, and are despatched every day at 3, mails
also at 6.30 a.m., and 8.50 p.m.
Market and Sessions House.
Constabulary Station - John Grant, John McIntyre, head constables.
Sub Distributor of Stamps - Margaret Thompson.
Dispensary - Dr. Robert McD. Barr.
Parish Church - Rev. Jas. S. Knox, rector ; Rev. Hugh McMaster,
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Thomas Witherow, minister.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Revs. J. Donnelly, Patrick Hassan, and M.
Parochial National School - H. Hewitt, teacher.
Maghera National School, Michael McKenna, teacher.
Female National School - Bessie Caldwell, teacher.
Milltown Male School - Mr. Boyd, teacher.
Clergy and Professional
Anderson, Wm., Blackhill.
Barr, Robert McD., M.D.
Brown, Wm., manager Ulster Bank.
Carson, Rev. Robert, Solitude.
Clarke, Alexander, Upperlands.
Clarke, James L., Lurgantocher.
Collins, Rev. Jas., Moninenea.
Devlin, Dr., surgeon.
Donnelly, Rev. Jas., Ballynock.
Hamilton, Rev. Richard, Killyleagh.
Hamilton, Rev. Mr., Kilcronoghan.
Henry, Alexander, solicitor.
Henry, James, surgeon.
Knox, Rev. Jas. Spencer, rector.
Mauleverer, B., Tanneymullan.
Montgomery, Rev. S. L., Ballynascreen.
Mooney, Rev. Daniel, Lavery.
McKenna, Rev. Jas., Termoneeny.
McNamee, Rev. James, Whitewater.
O'Loughlin, Rev. P., Ballynascreen.
Smith, Rev. Samuel, Sixtowns.
Torrens, Rev. Robert, Gortade.
Witherow, Rev. Thomas.
Ballagh, John, linen manufacturer.
Barkley, James, woollen draper.
Begley, Bernard, nailer.
Brown, Hugh, shoe maker.
Cassidy, Hugh, coach builder.
Connor, John, carpenter.
Crockett, James, publican.
Clark, Messrs., linen manufacturers.
Clarke, John, shoe maker.
Clarke, Robert, shoe maker.
Clarke, Wm., linen manufacturer.
Connor, John, flax merchant.
Daly, Patrick, tailor.
Ferris, Daniel, haberdasher.
Greer, James, grocer.
Greer, James, whitesmith.
Gregg, James, carpenter.
Harkin, Mary, publican.
Henry, Mary, publican.
Henry, John, carpenter.
Hipson, Alexander, carpenter.
Irwine, James, tailor.
Kane, A. & M., dress makers.
Kane, Wm., painter.
Kennedy, Henry, tailor.
Kelly, Francis, publican.
Kelly, John, blacksmith.
Kerr, T. & M., grocers and hardware dealers.
Lagan, Michael, publican.
Lague, James, nailer.
Lytle, J., grocer and leather merchant.
Lytle, Jas., grocer and leather seller.
Lytle, Matthew, grocer and hardware dealer.
Malone, Bernard, blacksmith.
Marks, Jas., grocer and pawn broker.
Martha, George, shoe maker.
Mean, Hugh, carpenter.
Milling, Thomas, draper.
Miskelly, William, sewing agent.
Mitchell, John, shoe maker.
Mooney, Edward, Victoria Hotel.
Mullen, James, saddler.
McAfee, Rebecca, dress maker.
McClelland, James, baker.
McClelland, Jas., grocer and draper.
McCormick, Patrick, publican.
McElhone, Hugh carpenter.
McElhone, John, carpenter.
McEldowney, Patrick, reed maker.
McEneeny, John, baker.
McGuigan, John, shoe maker.
McGurk, John, shoe maker.
McGurk, T. & P., shoe makers.
McHenry, James, grocer and earthenware dealer.
McKanney, Hugh, provision dealer.
McKenna, Patrick, grocer.
McKenna, Matthew, publican.
McKeown, Thomas, watch maker.
McLaughlin, Hugh, blacksmith.
McLemon, John, baker.
McMullan, Catherine, bonnet maker.
McNamee, Patrick, publican.
O'Neill, Daniel, muslin agent.
O'Rorke, John, shoe maker.
Porter, James, nailer.
Porter, Sarah, dress maker.
Quinn, Patrick, publican.
Rainey, Sarah, bonnet maker.
Rickard, Patrick, hatter.
Stewart, James, publican.
Stars, James, dealer in cutlery.
Swaney, Patrick, blacksmith.
Taylor, Jane, dress maker.
Wilson, Alexander, publican.
Wilson, Robert, mill wright.
Wilson, Wm., sawyer.
York, Henry, provision dealer.
To Castledawson, a mail car every day, leaving at
6.30 a.m. and returning at 9.40 a.m., again leaving at 3 p.m. and
returning at 8.50 p.m.
Carriers - To Belfast, every Wednesday, Henry Dogherty and John
McNichol. To Coleraine, every Friday, J. Taylor. To
Londonderry, every Thursday, Robert Campbell.
Magherafelt, is a market town in County Derry, thirty
five miles W.N.W. from Belfast, situated on the road from Coleraine to
Dungannon. It is a well built town, consisting of a spacious square,
from which four streets radiate at the angles, and from these diverge
smaller streets in various directions. In the centre of the square
stands the market house, the upper part contains apartments for transacting
public business, and a bail room. At the lower end of the town is the
court-house, a convenient edifice, with a small bridewell attached.
The town is the property of the Salters' Company of London. The linen
manufacture employs a large proportion of the inhabitants. Brewing,
tanning and the general grain business, are branches extensively carried on,
and in the retail drapery and a few other trades there are several well
stored shops. The Belfast Banking Company and the Northern Banking
Company have each a branch in the town. General Sessions of the peace
are held in the court-house in January, April, July and October, as are
detty (petty) sessions on the last Wednesday of each month. The Parish
church is a beautiful edifice, built in 1857, at a cost of £7,000, £4,000
of which was subscribed by the Salters' Company of London. It is
considered one of the handsomest churches in this part of the country.
The Presbyterian church has been erected at a cost of £3,000, £1,200 was
subscribed by the Salters' Company of London. It is situated at the
top of Meeting Street, where a beautiful view is commanded of the town and
surrounding country. A very neat and comfortable manse has been
erected for the minister, also a male and female school house. The
ground for erecting these buildings upon was given gratuitously by the
Salters' Company. The Wesleyan Methodists have a chapel in the town,
and a short distance from it the Roman Catholics have a place of worship.
The charities comprise a dispensary and a union workhouse, and several
schools for gratuitous education of both sexes, among these is Rainey's
endowed school and apprenticeship fund. The principal and general
market is held on Thursday, and that for oats on Monday, and wheat on
Wednesday. The butter and linen market is held in Market Square, the
pork, oats and wheat market in Charity Street, and potato market in Market
Square, the flax market in Broad Street. On the second Thursday in
every month there is a large linen market, and extensive cattle markets of
fairs are also held monthly. The fairs are held on the last Thursday
of every month. The Parish of Magherafelt, in 1851, contained 6,592
inhabitants, and the town 1,390 of that number.
|Post-Office, Broad Street - Joshua
Parish Church - Rev. Charles King Irwin, rector.
Presbyterian Church, Meeting Street - Rev. Alexander Montgomery,
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Church Street - Rev. Robert Collier,
Roman Catholic Chapel, Millbrook - Rev. John Quinn, P.P.; Rev. Mr.
Charity school, Charity Street - Rev. Charles K. Irwin, governor ;
Robert Bear, master.
Church Education Society's School, Church Street - Wm. Charters,
Church Education Society's School (girls), Church Street - Miss
National School, Back Road - Mr. Trainor, master.
Constabulary Station, Diamond - J. Aldworth, sub inspector.
Court House and Bridewell, Broad Street - John Adams, keeper.
Dispensary - John S. Vesey, M.D.
Stamp Office, Charity Street - R. Sands & Sons, distributors.
Union Workhouse - Scott Lindsay, master ; Ann Lindsay, mistress ;
John Steele, clerk to guardians.
Belfast Banking Company (branch), Charity Street - John Walker
& Sons, managers.
Northern Banking Company - Messrs. Gaussen & Duncan, managers.
Gentry, Clergy &c.
Ash, Thomas, Spotswood, Millbrook.
Auterson, Francis, surgeon and apothecary, Market Square.
Cassidy, Major F. P., J.P., Glenbrook.
Donnelly, Rev. E., P.P., Brackagh.
Duncan, James, Broad Street.
Gaussen, Campbell, J.P., Lakeview.
Gaussen, Wm., Lake Lodge.
Glenholme, Hugh, apothecary and surgeon, Charity Street.
Glover, J., attorney, Broad Street, and 9 Suffolk Street, Dublin.
Irwin, Rev. Charles King, rectory.
Lawrence, John, attorney, Broad Street & 4 Fitzgibbon Street,
Montgomery, Rev. Alexander.
McGee, Rev. Mr., C.C., Brackagh.
McIntyre, Wm., Warwick Lodge.
O'Connor, Rev. Mr., Moravian Settlement, Gracefield.
Pomeroy, the Hon. and Rev. A. W., Dromore Glebe.
Quinn, Rev. John, P.P., Sandy Hill.
Quinn, Rev. Patrick, Ballygrubey.
Shannon, Wm., M.D., physician and surgeon, Broad Street.
Spotswood, Andrew, J.P., Millbrook.
Vesey, John, M.D., physician and surgeon, Railway View.
Walker, Hugh, Charity Street.
Walker, Wm., Charity Street.
Waring, Rev. Mr., Desertmartin.
Wilkie, James, surgeon and apothecary, Charity Street.
Wilson, Rev. James, Locumfer.
Adams, Joshua, watch and clock maker, Broad
Agnew, Jas., baker, Charity Street.
Allen, A., woollen draper, Charity Street.
Anderson, John, linen merchant and manufacturer, Drumrainey.
Averell, Joseph, blacksmith, Back Road.
Billsland, Mr., accountant Northern Bank, Broad Street.
Brown, George, Diamond.
Brown, Wm., provision merchant, Moneymore Pass.
Burnett, Mr., accountant.
Caldwell, L., publican, Charity Street.
Campbell, John, clothes dealer, Charity Street.
Cassidy, George, grocer, Church Street.
Clarke, Wm., baker, Pass Street.
Cochran, Robert, grocer, Charity Street.
Daley, Mrs., grocer and publican, Broad Street.
Derby, J., linen merchant, Aughrim.
Derby, Samuel, grocer, linen merchant and manufacturer, Broad
Devlin, John, publican, Charity Street.
Devlin, Bernard, haberdasher &c., Church Street.
Ditty, Samuel, grocer, Market Square.
Donaghey, Mrs., grocer, Market Square.
Donnelly, Richard, grocer, publican &c., Church Street.
Donnelly, R., builder, Church Street.
Duncan, David, grocer, Ballyronan.
Duncan, James, registrar of marriages, Broad Street.
Duncan, John, publican, Pass Street.
Gaussen, David & Sons, ironmongers, timber, slate & coal
Gaussen, David, wine merchant, Ballyronan.
Gaussen, Wm., grain merchant.
Graham, David & Sons, woollen drapers, silk
mercers, Market Square.
Graham, John, woollen draper, Market Square.
Greer, John, blacksmith, Church Street.
Greer, John, jun., blacksmith, Church Street.
Harbinson, James, linen merchant and manufacturer, Pass Street.
Harbinson, James, publican, Moneymore Pass.
Harbinson, Jas., leather seller and leather merchant, Ballyheifer.
Hastings, the Misses, milliners, Charity Street.
Hastings, W., publican, Charity Street.
Hull, Mrs., Market Square.
Hugh, H., woollen draper &c., Charity Street.
Johnston, David, blacksmith, Charity Street.
Johnston, Hugh, boot and shoe maker, Back Road.
Johnston, John, publican, Market Square.
Johnston, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Charity Street.
Keenan, Margaret, milliner and dress maker.
Keilt, Neill, rag dealer, Meeting Street.
Kelly, David, coroner, Castledawson.
Kelly, Henry, Looney & Coolcamb, maltsters and brewers.
Knowles & Co., cabinet makers, Church Street.
Lowden, Patrick, butcher.
Matthew, Lytle, grocer and leather merchant.
Mackin, John, clothes dealer, Pass Street.
Mason, W., auctioneer, Market Street.
Miller, Jennings, boot and shoe maker, Church Street.
Mitchell, Alexander, grocer and linen merchant, Ballymaquiggan.
Morgan, John, clothes dealer, Charity Street.
Morrow, Jos., painter &c., Pass Street.
Mulholland, Hugh, boot and shoe maker, Charity Street.
McCollum, Wm., grocer, ironmonger, corn merchant, timber and coal
dealer, and agent to the European Life Assurance Company, London,
McFall, Archibald, master extraordinary Court of Chancery, Broad
McFall, James, saddler and harness maker, Market Square.
McFall, Mrs., hotel and posting establishment, Broad Street.
McGannarty, Patrick, grain merchant.
McGeniarty, Patrick, publican, Moneymore Pass.
McGuickin, John, clerk, Church Street.
McKeever, M., linen merchant, Loop.
McKendry, David, Back Road.
McKendry, James, provision dealer, Hillhead.
McKenna, Charles, butter merchant, Meetinghouse Street.
McKenna, Margaret, haberdasher, Charity Street.
McKeown, Sarah, bonnet maker, Church Street.
McKeown, Thomas, butcher, Moneymore Pass.
McLernon, John, grocer, Diamond.
McLoughlin, John, carpenter, Drumrainey.
McNamee, John, grocer and publican, Charity Street.
McTeague, Thomas, provision dealer, Charity Street.
McVey, Neill, painter, Diamond.
McWilliams, John, publican, Moneymore Pass.
Nodwill, John, linen merchant and manufacturer, Ballyronan.
Peacock, Oliver, boot and shoe maker, Charity Street.
Pollock, James, Broad Street.
Pollock, John, relieving officer, Church Street.
Potts, Jane, milliner and dress maker, Castledawson.
Richardson, Lewis & Son, printers, Church Street.
Sands, Robert, ironmonger, leather seller, timber and coal dealer,
and grocer, Charity Street.
Smyth, Mrs., clothes dealer, Charity Street.
Smyth, Wm., woollen draper, Pass Street.
Steele, Miss, boot and shoe maker, Diamond.
Stewart, George, grocer, Charity Street.
Stinton, D., carpenter, Meeting Street.
Stinton, Mary Ann, bonnet maker, Meeting Street.
Taylor, Thomas, clerk, Broad Street.
Thompson, Sarah, hotel, Charity Street.
Thompson, Wm., grocer and baker, Pass Street.
Tohill, Francis, butcher, Moneymore Pass.
Tohill, John, butcher, Moneymore Pass.
Walker, John, accountant.
Walker, John & Sons, bleachers, linen merchants and
manufacturers and corn merchants, Charity Street.
Walsh, M., publican, Meeting Street.
Walsh, Mrs., publican, Broad Street.
Wilson, Hugh, grocer and corn merchant, Market Square.
Wilson, Mary, grocer and glass dealer, Market Square.
York, Thomas, carpenter and cart maker, Moneymore Pass.
York, Jas., pawn broker, Moneymore Pass.
Young, Robert, agriculturist to the Magherafelt Estate, Backwood.
A mail car to draperstown, on the arrival of the
8.13 a.m., train returning at 4.27 p.m., for the mail train to
Belfast and Dublin.
Moira, anciently called Moirath, is a post town in
County Down, situated on the road from Belfast to Armagh, and within half a
mile of the Ulster Railway Station. The town, though small, is clean
and consists of one long spacious street, containing a handsome court-house.
Petty Sessions are held once each month on Wednesdays. The church was
erected at the joint expense of Sir John Rawdon and the Earl of
Hillsborough, it is a large and handsome 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.
Sir Robert Bateson, of Belvoir Park, Belfast, is now the owner of the Moira
Estate. Fairs, the first Thursdays in February, May, August and
November. The parish of Moira contained, in 1851, 4,147 inhabitants,
and the town 823 of that number.
|Post-Office and Money Order Office -
Postmaster, David McDowell. Letters delivered by postman
every morning in the town at 8 o'clock.
Parish Church (St. John's) - Rev. W. H. Wynne, rector ; Rev. Mr.
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Samuel Graham, minister.
Methodist Chapel - Rev. J. Black, minister.
Unitarian Meeting House - Rev. Jas. Mulligan, Manse.
Petty Sessions held 1st Wednesday in every month - Magistrates, R.
Waddel, James L. Douie and Charles Douglass ; Mr. Stanfield, clerk
of petty sessions.
Constabulary Station - Thomas Wilson, sergeant.
Archer, James, Legmore.
Berwick, ? , Berwick Hall.
Connor, James, surgeon.
Douie, James L., J.P.,
Gorman, Stafford, Broom Mount.
Graham, Rev. Samuel.
Munro, Daniel, Drumbane.
Munro, John, Hunter's Hall.
McLeavey, George, Drumbane.
Waring, Thomas, Waringfield.
Wynne, Rev. W. H., Glebe House.
Agnew, Wm. John., shop keeper and provision
Balance, William, lodging house keeper.
Boyd, James, letter carrier.
Brown, John, carpenter.
Brownlee, Miss, parochial female teacher.
Clarke, Brothers, smiths, plough makers &c.
Crooks, Joseph, weaver.
Crooks, Robert, weaver.
Crooks, Wm., summons server.
Doak, Samuel, butcher.
Downey, Henry, civil bill officer.
Ferguson, Andrew, carpenter.
Friers, Miss, dress maker.
Gore, Jas. & Sons, boot and shoe makers.
Hanna, John & Alexander, sawyers.
Hanna, Maria, lodging house keeper.
Harper, Samuel, stonemason.
Hendry, Matthew, boot and shoe maker.
Hewitt, James, nursery man, green grocer &c.
Hewiit, Misses, dress makers.
Hull, John, manufacturer, Gartnamony.
Kingham, Wm., weigh master.
Lavey, John, tailor.
Lavey, William, tailor.
Lewis, William & Thomas, tailors.
Lynas, John, butcher.
Mahan, Mrs., dress maker.
Martin, Joseph, carman.
Megarrell, James, shop keeper and manufacturer.
Mercer, Mrs., dress maker.
Mills, Miss, dress maker.
Miles, Robert, grocer, woollen draper, coal and timber merchant.
Murphy, John, Bateson Arms Hotel and ironmonger, provision dealer.
Murray, John, farmer.
McCann, John, boot and shoe maker.
McCartens, the Misses, lodging house keepers.
McClure, Holt, grocer and provision merchant.
McConnell, Thomas & James, boot and shoe makers.
McDowell, David, shop keeper and post master.
McGeown, James, publican.
McGivern, W., lodging house keeper.
McKeown, J., lodging house keeper.
McMullan, James, nailer.
O'Mulvenny, Eleanor & Eliza, shirt makers.
Potter, Wm., saddler.
Rafferty, Peter John, parochial school teacher.
Simpson, Thomas, manufacturer.
Smart, Joseph, woollen draper.
Smyth, Eliza, publican.
Spence, Thomas, weaver.
Stuart, the Misses.
Toulerton, W., boot and shoe maker.
Turkington, Oliver, lodging house keeper.
Turtle, James, baker.
Ward, Wm. & James, nailers.
Wilson, Mrs., publican.
Post messenger or runner from Lurgan to Moira
every morning at 7.45, arrives at Moira, and is despatched from
Moira to Lurgan at 6.15 p.m.
Day mail to Belfast, Dublin and Hillsborough, and Kingstown packet
despatched at 12.10 p.m., and arrives at 1.55 p.m.
Monaghan, is a market town and assize town of
its county, forty three miles S.W. by W. from Belfast. The town
consists of one principal square, in the centre, called the Diamond, of
another spacious area (in which is the market house), and of the three
streets diverging from the principal square in a triangular direction.
The county court-house is a handsome modern building of hewn stone,
containing spacious courts and all requisite county offices. The
county jail, situated at the Western extremity of the town, on an elevated
site, is a strong building, and capable of having a classification of
prisoners. The county infirmary occupies also an elevated situation at
the North East corner of the Shamble Square. There is a fever hospital
about a quarter of a mile from the town. At the North entrance is a
cavalry barrack, and contiguous to it is the union workhouse. The
government of the town is now vested in municipal commissioners. There
is a linen market here, but the principal trade is the exchange of general
merchandise for the agricultural produce of the surrounding country.
The Belfast, Ulster and Provincial banks have branches here, there is also a
savings; bank. The Parish church, standing in the centre of the town,
is a handsome structure, in the later English style of architecture, with a
square tower surmounted by a spire, it was erected on the site of the old
church in 1836, at the expense of nearly £6,000, the interior contains some
handsome monuments and marble tablets. There is a Presbyterian church
in the Market Place, and the Wesleyan and Primitive Methodists have chapels
in other parts of the town. The Roman Catholic chapel adjoins the
town. There are some good public schools. 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 for the usual articles of consumption, the two latter for corn.
Fairs, the first Monday in every month. Population of the town in
|Post-Office, Diamond - R. F. Blakney,
Constabulary Station, Glasslough Street - James Stewart, county
inspector ; Charles McKelvey, sub inspector.
Court House, Church Square.
Excise Office, at the Westenra Arms Hotel, Diamond.
Stamp Office, Diamond - James G. Lewers, head distributor.
County Jail, Hill Street - Governor, John Temple ; local inspector
and chaplain, Rev. H. Moffat ; Presbyterian chaplain, Rev. J.
Bleckley ; Roman Catholic chaplain, Rev. P. Clifford, C.C.;
physician and surgeon, J. S. McDowell.
Union Workhouse, Kilnacloy - Master Thomas Armstrong ; matron,
Margaret Akins ; surgeon, Wm. Temple, M.D.; Episcopalian chaplain,
Rev. Henry Moffat ; Presbyterian chaplain, Rev. J. Bleckley, A.M.;
Roman Catholic chaplain, Rev. Peter Bermingham.
Infirmary - Surgeon, Andrew K. Young, M.D.
Fever Hospital - Treasurer, Thomas Little ; surgeon, William
Temple, M.D.; apothecary, John L. Robinson.
Dispensary, Mill Street - William Temple, M.D., medical officer.
Ulster Canal Carrying Company - James Spiller, agent.
Banks - Belfast Banking Company, Dublin Street, ? Reid,
manager ; Provincial Bank of Ireland, North Street, Philip
O'Donnel, manager ; Ulster Banking Company, R. G. warren, manager
; Savings' Bank, Hill Street, Henry Rogers, manager.
Parish Church, Church Square - Rev. Henry Moffat, A.M., rector ;
Rev. E. J. Bury, curate.
Presbyterian Church, Meetinghouse Square - Rev. John Bleckley,
Primitive Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Market Street - ministers,
Methodist Chapel, New Road - ministers, various.
Roman Catholic Chapel.
Bible Society's Depository, Diamond - Richard Robinson.
Nobility and Gentry
Brownlow, ? , Ballyleck.
Coote, Thomas, D.L., Brandrum.
Evatt, S. R. B., D.L., J.P., Mount Louise.
Fawcett, John, Drumaconnor.
Hamilton, James, J.P., Cornacassa.
Hunter, J. H., head inspector of national schools.
Johnston, H. G., Fort Johnston.
Johnston, W. J., Brookvale.
Kennedy, William, district inspector of national schools.
Lloyd, Henry, J.P., Camla.
Lucas, Right Hon. Edward, Castleshane.
Mitchell, Henry, Drumreaske.
Montgomery, T., county treasurer.
Murray, Andre A., Newbliss.
McDowell, John S., Townview.
McKean, William, Drummore.
McKelvey, Charles, S.I.
Richardson, Captain John, J.P., Poplar Vale.
Rossmore, Lord, Rossmore Park.
Waddell, W. C., Lisnavane House.
Warren, R. G., Diamond.
Clergy and Professional
Bleckley, Rev. John, A.M., Corlat.
Burnell, Maurice, attorney for the diocese of Clogher.
Bury, Rev. E. G., curate.
Mitchell, John, proctor and deputy clerk of the peace, Hill
Moffat, Rev. Henry, Glebe.
Mooney, Rev. T., Townview.
McNally, Right Rev. Dr., Roman Catholic Bishop of Clogher, Chapel
McDowell, John S., M.D., Townview.
Rankin, Rev. John, Drumcaw.
Temple, Wm., M.D., Hill Street.
Young, Andrew K., M.D., The Terrace.
Hamilton, James, Cornacassa.
Coote, Thomas, Brandrum.
Lloyd, Captain Jesse, Camla.
Mitchell, Henry, Drumrisk, High Sheriff.
Johnston, H. G., Fort Johnston.
Lucas, Right Hon. Edward, Castelshane.
Murray, A. A., Newbliss.
Goudy, John, Culmain.
Fawcett, John, Drumaconnor.
Rogers, Henry, Hill, Monaghan.
Lucas, Edward, jun., Castleshane.
Doyd, Henry, senior, Camla House.
Singleton, ? , Stipendiary, Glasslough Street, Monaghan.
Lucas, Wm., Raconnell.
Watson, Wm., Galina, quarter master to militia.
Mitchell, W., Raconnell, Sub Sheriff.
Ross, James M., Liscarney.
Adams, Francis, woollen draper, Market Street.
Adams, Francis, miller, Mill Street.
Armour, William, baker, Market Street.
Baxter, John, watch and clock maker, Market Street.
Barry, Patrick, lodgings, Glasslough Street.
Bateson, Samuel, publican, Glasslough Street.
Beckingham, Charles, publican and leather seller, Park Street.
Bell, Ann J., dress maker, Glasslough Street.
Blacker, John, publican, Diamond.
Blackurn, Edward, publican, Dublin Street.
Bond, Elizabeth, publican, Dublin Street.
Boylan, John, shoe maker, Glasslough Street.
Brady, Thomas, wheel wright, Park Street.
Brady, Patrick, lodgings, Market Street.
Breakey, Humphry, haberdasher, Diamond.
Broughton, F., manager of Ulster Railway, Glasslough Street.
Burnside, Samuel, baker, Market Street.
Burton, Hugh, tailor, Glasslough Street.
Campbell, Joseph, Stag Hotel, Dublin Street.
Campbell, Michael, painter and glazier, Market Street.
Campbell, Alexander, shoe maker, Glasslough Street.
Carroll, Catherine, publican, Glasslough Street.
Carroll, Daniel, whitesmith, Mill Street.
Carbon, Patrick, cooper, Park Street.
Clarke, Richard, publican, Market Street.
Clarke, Peter, private lodgings, Dublin Street.
Collins, Thomas, shoe maker, Dublin Street.
Coote, Major, agency office, Glasslough Street.
Corr, James, lodgings, Park Street.
Corrigan, Mary, publican, Meetinghouse Square.
Courtney, Misses, dress makers, Hill Street.
Corrigan, Bernard, lodgings, Market Street.
Coyle, Peter, tailor, Glasslough Street.
Crawford, Thomas, publican, Glasslough Street.
Creighton, Terence, butcher, Glasslough Street.
Crofton, Captain, militia officer, Hill Street.
Croarken, Catherine, provision store, Park Street.
Currens, Misses, Westenra Arms Hotel, Diamond.
Dawson, Catherine, grocer, Dublin Street.
Deighan, Peter, publican, Diamond.
Devlin, James, lodgings, Glasslough Street.
Donnelly, Edward, woollen draper, Church Square.
Duffy, William, nail maker, Market Street.
Duffy, Bartholomew, merchant, Dublin Street.
Duffy, John, lodgings, Dublin Street.
Duffy, J., carpenter, Glasslough Street.
Duffy, Ellen, lodgings, Market Street.
Dunlop, David, carpenter, Dublin Street.
Eakin, James, chandler, Glasslough Street.
Earls, Thomas & Co., wholesale spirit store, Diamond.
Edwards, John, railway contractor, North Street.
Evans, Matthew, publican, Dublin Street.
Fanning, John, publican, Market Street.
Ferris & Haslett, grocers, Diamond.
Fisher, Elizabeth, dyer, Dublin Street.
Fleming, Francis, grocer, Dublin Street.
Fleming, Richard, haberdasher, Diamond.
Fleming, Jonathan, coach factory, Glasslough Street.
Fleming, Mrs., private lodgings, Hill Street.
Fleming, Thomas, land agent, Mill Street.
Flood, Thomas, coach painter, Glasslough Street.
Forsyth, Sarah, dress maker, Market Street.
Gillespie, Charles, butter merchant, Church Square.
Gorman, Elizabeth, lodgings, Dublin Street.
Goudy, Robert, publican, Dublin Street.
Good, Francis, private lodgings, Dublin Street.
Gormly, Patrick, marine store, Market Street.
Graham, Robert, ironmonger.
Graham, Joseph, publican, Park Street.
Greenan, J., gardener, Glasslough Street.
Grimes, John, tailor, Glasslough Street.
Hasty, William, publican, Park Street.
Heasty. John, grocer, Dublin Street.
Heasty, Jas., grocer &c., Dublin Street.
Hagan, Catherine, grocer, Glasslough Street.
Hagan, Thomas, carpenter, Glasslough Street.
Harrison, Edward, tinsmith, Market Street.
Harvey, J., private lodgings, North Street.
Henesy, Wm., cabinet maker, Diamond.
Hillock, Ellen, lodgings, Glasslough Street.
Hollis, Robert, painter and glazier, Glasslough Street.
Holmes, John, proprietor, Northern Standard, printer and
auctioneer, Mill Street.
Houston, Henry, publican, Dublin Street.
Hughes, Michael, boot and shoe maker, Glasslough Street.
Hughes, Philip, baker, Dublin Street.
Hughes, Patrick, publican and grocer, Market Street.
Humphreys, Wm., woollen draper, Diamond.
Irwin, John, publican, Market Street.
Jackson, Sarah, upholstress, Glasslough Street.
Jebb, John, publican, Glasslough Street.
Jebb, William, attorney, Mill Street.
Johnston, Henry, agency office, Glasslough Street.
Kearns, Thomas, publican, Diamond.
Keating, Michael, lodgings, Park Street.
Keeling, Michael, registry office, Glasslough Street.
Keiran, Philip, grocer, Park Street.
Kelly, Patrick, baker, Dublin Street.
Kelly, Henry, tailor, Glasslough Street.
Kelly, Elizabeth, publican, Market Street.
Kelly, James, publican, Mill Street.
Kennedy, E. A., milliner, Dublin Street.
Ker, Andrew A. Murray, agency office, Dublin Street.
Kernaghan, Thomas, grocer, Glasslough Street.
Kerr, Henry, cabinet maker, Glasslough Street.
Kiernan, Philip, blacksmith, New Road.
King, Catherine, private lodgings, Diamond.
King, Matthew, baker, Dublin Street.
Kisby, Mrs., lodgings, Market Street.
Lennon, Henry P., grocer, Mill Street.
Leslie, Isaiah, publican, Market Street.
Lewers, James, grocer and ironmonger, Diamond.
Lochead, James, nail maker, Glasslough Street.
Loughran, John, boot and shoe shop, Dublin Street.
Macklin, John, butcher, Dublin Street.
Maguire, Patrick, blacksmith, Park Street.
Maguire, John, butcher, Dublin Street.
Malone, Bernard, publican, Park Street.
Manning, Charles, excise officer, Hill Street.
Martin, Matilda, bonnet maker, Park Street.
Mason, James, land agent, Mill Street.
Meighan, Arthur, barber, Dublin Street.
Miller, Thomas, tailor, Glasslough Street.
Milligan, Edward, grocer and leather dealer, Market Street.
Mitchell, Robert, saddler, Glasslough Street.
Mitchell, Jas., woollen draper, Diamond.
Mitchell, John, deputy clerk of the peace, Hill Street.
Mitchell, Thomas, grocer, Glasslough Street.
Mitchell, W., grocer, Glasslough Street.
Mitchell, Richard, attorney, North Street.
Monaghan, James, lodgings, Glasslough Street.
Montgomery, Mary, grocer, Glasslough Street.
Moyne, J., woollen draper, Church Street.
Mullen, Catherine, lodgings, Park Street.
Mullen, Francis, corn dealer, Hill Street.
Mullen, James, cow dealer, Park Street.
Mulligan, W., boot and shoe maker, Park Street.
Murdock, Ann, earthenware dealer, Glasslough Street.
Murdock, Samuel, grocer and leather dealer, Glasslough Street.
Murdoch, Jane, grocer, Dublin Street.
Murdoch, Samuel, baker, Glasslough Street.
Murdoch, Jane, glass and china warehouse, Glasslough Street.
Murphy, Matthew, tin worker, Dublin Street.
Murphy, Bernard, baker, Dublin Street.
Murphy, Owen, publican, Glasslough Street.
Murphy, John, tailor, Glasslough Street.
Murray, John, chandler, Dublin Street.
Murray, James, attorney's clerk, Mill Street.
McAdam, Matthew, boot and shoe maker, Glasslough Street.
McArdle, Wm., post cars, Dublin Street.
McArdle, Henry, nail maker, Glasslough Street.
McCaffrey, Edward, baker, Dublin Street.
McCarron, Hugh, lodgings, Park Street.
McCarron, John, publican, Meetinghouse Square.
McCarren, Wm., pawn broker, Meetinghouse Square.
McCarren, Patrick, provision store, Park Street.
McCarron, John, baker, Glasslough Street.
McClean, Wm., carpenter, Park Street.
McCleery, Francis, publican, Dublin Street.
McCleery, Patrick, boot and shoe maker, Park Street.
McClelland, Samuel, publican, Glasslough Street.
McConnell, William, carpenter, Park Street.
McCormick, John, shoe maker, Glasslough Street.
McCormick, Edward, baker, Dublin Street.
McCoy & Peter, tinplate workers, plumbers and brass founders,
McCormick, John, blacksmith, Glasslough Street.
McCourt, John, lodgings, Glasslough Street.
McCullough, Peter, grocer, publican, ironmonger, Market Street.
McCoy, T., flax dealer, Market Street.
McCready, Bernard, leather store, Market Street.
McDonnell, Jas., lodgings, Market Street.
McEnally, Bernard, publican, Market Street.
McEnally, Owen, meal store, Park Street.
McEnally, Arthur, publican, Glasslough Street.
McEntee, Francis, blacksmith, Park Street.
McEntee, James, grocer, Church Square.
McEneny, George, butcher, Glasslough Street.
McEneny, Edward, lodging, Mill Street.
McFadden, Francis, butcher, Dublin Street.
McGeough, Bernard, cabinet maker, Diamond.
McGinnis, James, flax dresser, Market Square.
McGinnis, Wm., flax dresser, Market Square.
McGinnis, Wm., publican, Market Street.
McGinniss, Terence, lodgings, Park Street.
McGlone, Robert, carpenter and turner, Meetinghouse Square.
McGloghlin, John, butcher, Dublin Street.
McGuire, George, butcher, Dublin Street.
McGuirk, Patrick, board and lodging, Church Square.
McKelvey, Charles, sub inspector of police, Hill Street.
McKenna, Bernard, baker, Dublin Street.
McKenna, Edward, baker, Dublin Street.
McKenna, Francis, baker, Glasslough Street.
McKenna, John, publican, Glasslough Street.
McKenna, Jas., grocer, Market Street.
McKeown, Wm., post cars, Glasslough Street.
McKnight, Thomas, woollen draper, Diamond.
McPhillips, Peter, innkeeper, Westenra Arms Hotel, Diamond.
McMahon, Catherine, publican, Church Square.
McNally, B., publican, Market Street.
McQuaid, Francis, tailor, Dublin Street.
McQuade, Henry, glass and china warehouse, Glasslough Street,
Nunn, Jeremiah, attorney, Mill Street.
Owens, John, lodgings, Oak Street.
O'Hanlon, John, grocer and publican, Diamond.
O'Neill, John, boot and shoe maker, Glasslough Street.
Rafferty, Patrick, publican, Park Street.
Reilly, John, attorney, Hill Street.
Reilly, Joseph, tailor, Glasslough Street.
Reilly, Michael, shoe maker, Glasslough Street.
Rice, James, posting establishment, Market Street.
Robinson, Richard, printer and book seller, Diamond.
Robinson, John L., apothecary, Diamond.
Rodgers, Henry, land agent, Hill Street.
Rodgers, Henry, Life Assurance Office, Hill Street.
Rule, Alexander, meal store, Glasslough Street.
Russell, John, haberdasher, Diamond.
Rush, Matthew G., surgeon, Church Square.
Ryan, Patrick, whitesmith, Glasslough Street.
Semple, William, M.D., Hill Street.
Shaw, Thomas, blacksmith, Rooskey.
Shaw, Isabella, stay maker, Glasslough Street.
Shiels, John, publican, Market Street.
Sherry, Patrick, publican, Park Street.
Sherry, Michael, lodgings, Mill Street.
Skelton, Richard, gunsmith, Market Square.
Slowey, Bernard, baker, Market Street.
Slowey, Charles, baker, Market Street.
Slowey, Bridget, baker, Market Street.
Smith, Thomas, baker, Park Street.
Smyth, William, publican, Glasslough Street.
Smyth, Vincent, land surveyor, Mill Street.
Spiller, James, agent for Ulster Canal Carrying Company and Black
Ball Line Steamers to Melbourne.
Soraghan, Felix, publican, Park Street.
Stewart, John, carpenter, Jail Hill.
Sturgeon, Robert, hardware and seed merchant, Market Street.
Swan & Blakely, haberdashers, Diamond.
Taggart, Edward, blacksmith, Park Street.
Thompson, Jane, milliner, Dublin Street.
Thompson, Robert, saddler, Market Street.
Todd, Elizabeth, milliner, Glasslough Street.
Treanor, John, car owner, Dublin Street.
Treanor, Edward, post cars, Dublin Street.
Treanor, Jas., publican, Church Square.
Treanor, Charles, slater, Park Street.
Treanor, Ellen, lodgings, Mill Street.
Turtle, Isabella, confectioner, Diamond.
Vallely, Ellen, milliner, Market Street.
Wallace, Samuel, saddler, Market Street.
Warner, John, glass and china warehouse, Church Square.
Warners, Misses, boarding school, North Street.
Watkins, James, meal and flour store, Market Street.
Watkin, Jas., woollen draper, Market Street.
Whittle, Robert, pawn broker, Diamond.
Whitla, Robert, pawn broker, Diamond.
Whitla, Robert, pawn broker, Dublin Street.
Wilson, John, grocer, Dublin Street.
Wilson, Mary, publican, Dublin Street.
Wilson, Thomas, nailer, Mill Street.
Wilson, Talbot, & Co., woollen drapers, Diamond.
Wilson, Robert, saddler, Park Street.
Woods, John, clothes broker and hosier, Dublin Street.
Woods, John, baker, Market Street.
Woods, John, baker, Dublin Street.
Woods, John, grocer, Dublin Street.
Wright, Thomas, attorney, Hill Street.
Wright, Joseph, attorney, Mill Street.
Wright, James, publican, Market Street.
Wright, Joseph C., agency office, Glasslough Street.
Young, Andrew K., surgeon, Hill Street.
To Dublin, by the conveyance to Monaghan Road
Station, and thence by railway. To Armagh, by car, at 5 p.m.
To Belfast, at 12.25 p.m. To Dublin, at 12.25. To
Londonderry, at 12.20. To Enniskillen, at 12.45. To
Clones, at 2 p.m. To Omagh, at 1.50. By water - To
Belfast, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning. To
Belturbet, every Tuesday morning. To Clones, every Thursday
morning. To Enniskillen, every Friday evening. To
Newry, Middleton, Caledon, Charlemont and Blackwatertown, every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning.
Carriers - To Dublin, Thomas Brannigan and W. Hughes, once a week.
Moneymore, is a market town in 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 the town and district. Petty sessions are held on the first
Tuesday in each month. The whole estate belonging to the Company
comprises sixty four townlands. The Parish church of Desertlyn, in the
town, is a very elegant structure, in the Norman style, 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 House, at a cost of £4,000, and subscribed liberally to the
building of the Rev. Robert Sinclair'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 the property. The weekly market is held on
Friday, and there is a general market or fair on the 21st of each
month. Population in 1851, 781.
|Post-Office, High Street - Jane Richey,
Stamp-Office - Jane Richey, distributor.
Belfast Banking Company - Rowley and J. R. Miller, managers ; Jas.
Parish Church - Hon. and Rev. J. P. Hewitt, rector.
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. John Barnett, D.D., minister.
Second Presbyterian Church - Rev. Robert Sinclair, minister.
Primitive Methodist Church - Ministers, various.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Patrick Quin, P.P.
Church Education Society's Male School - Robert Whittaker, teacher
; Female School, Miss Galway.
Drapers' Company's Male School - Andrew Harton, teacher ; Female
School, Mrs. Whittaker ; Infant School, Miss Mary Carmichael.
Deaf and Dumb School - Miss Wright, Windsor Cottage.
Alliance Life and Fire Insurance office - Rowley and J. R. Miller,
Agriculturist Insurance Company - David Allen, agent.
Nobility and Gentry.
Conyngham, Lieutenant Colonel, Londonderry
Mailard, Miss, Desertlyn Cottage.
Miller, John R., J.P., Moneymore.
Miller, Miss Mary Ann, Moneymore.
Miller, Major Rowley, J.P., D.L., Londonderry Militia, Moneymore.
Miller, Henry R., Lieutenant, Londonderry Militia, Moneymore.
McCorry, Miss Alice, Springvale.
Newton, Robert, Coagh.
Newton, Mrs., Coagh.
Patchell, John, M.D., R.N., Burbuoy Cottage.
Smith, Mrs. Frances, Desertlyn Cottage.
Stirling, Captain G., Moneymore.
Wright, Mrs. Gertrude, Windsor Cottage.
Clergy and Professional
Bailie, Rev. K., D.D., Ardtrea Glebe.
Barnett, Rev. John, D.D., Moneymore.
Blair, Bryce, M.D., attendant Coagh Dispensary.
Greatorex, Rev. Thomas, curate, Moneymore.
Heron, Rev. Thomas, Springbank.
Hewitt, Hon. and Rev. J. P., rector, Crossnarea.
Holmes, Rev. Robert, Fairview, Coagh.
Jackson, Rev. John J., Ballinderry Glebe, Coagh.
Jones, Rev. J., curate, Ardtrea.
Maxwell, Zachariah, surgeon attendant at the Drapers' and Union
McKee, Rev. John, Violet Hill.
Otterson, M., surgeon, Moneymore.
Quin, Rev. Patrick, P.P., Moneymore.
Sinclair, Rev. Robert, Rushfield.
Twigg, Rev. S., Tamlaght Glebe.
Wilson, Rev. James, Lecumpher.
Weaney, Rev. J., C.C., Moneymore.
Agnew, Alexander, painter and glazier.
Agnew, Lindsay, butcher.
Allen, David, agricultural implement manufacturer.
Allen, Thomas, blacksmith.
Anderson, James, teacher, Coltrim.
Anderson, Samuel J., grocer and hardware merchant.
Boyle, James, corn miller.
Boyle, Margaret, grocer.
Brooks, James, tailor.
Brown, Robert, grocer and linen manufacturer, Moneyhaw.
Burkett, Richard, spirit dealer.
Butler, Edward, station master.
Caldwell, Wm., woollen draper.
Campbell, James, woollen draper.
Campbell, John, shoe maker.
Campbell, Margaret, grocer and haberdasher.
Carleton, John, spirit dealer.
Collins, Wm., provision dealer.
Diver, Joseph, petty sessions clerk and emigration agent.
Duncan, D., clerk in Drapers' office.
Ekin, Samuel, linen manufacturer, Ballindrum.
Fields, Alexander, slater and stucco plasterer.
Galway, Miss, dress maker,
Gibson, Joseph, spirit dealer.
Gibson, Samuel, spirit dealer.
Graham, James, horse shoer.
Hamilton, Brown, reed maker.
Harbison, M., linen manufacturer.
Harbison, William, wine and spirit merchant.
Harris, Miss, dress maker.
Hodder, Robert, forester and agriculturist to the Drapers'
Hutchison, Wm., Farmers' Hotel.
Loughry, John, cabinet maker.
Lowry, James, Drapers' School teacher, Cranny.
Marshall, James, carpenter.
Maxwell, Arthur, joiner and builder.
Maxwell, James, carpenter.
Mulholland, James, butcher.
McCleery, George, grocer.
McCorry, R., Drapers' Arms Hotel.
McCullagh, Sloan, baker and grocer.
McCullough, Kennedy, grocer and general merchant.
McGee, Daniel, builder and grocer.
McGee, James, spirit dealer.
McGeown, James, railway porter.
McGovern, James, provision dealer.
McGowan, Samuel, grocer.
McIver, William, carpenter.
McKee, Eliza, grocer, Moneyhaw.
McKee, James, National School teacher, Ballindrum.
McKeever, Michael, linen manufacturer, Ballygurk.
McKinney, James, mason.
McLaughlin, Samuel, tailor and sexton.
O'Neill, David, shoe maker.
O'Neill, Francis, shoe maker.
O'Neill, Thomas, boot and shoe maker.
Otterson, Samuel, publican.
Park, David, shoe maker.
Paul, Mrs. Inniscairn, female teacher, Drapers' School.
Peirce, Benjamin, grocer and news agent.
Rankin, Robert, boot maker.
Reed, William, shoe maker.
Richey, Jane, grocer.
Scott, John, grocer, ironmonger, seed merchant and woollen draper.
Sloan, Thomas, linen manufacturer, Ballydawley.
Sterret, Margaret, mantua maker.
Stevenson, John, land steward.
Taylor, William, carpenter.
Thompson, William George, linen merchant, Ballydawley.
Watson, Richard, land steward.
Wilkinson, George, grocer.
Wilson, Archibald, carpenter and mill wright.
A mail train to Cookstown arrives here at 8.20 and
leaves Cookstown at 4.20 p.m. every day.
Trains arrive from Belfast at 8.28 a.m., 12.25 p.m., and 7.41,
arrive from Cookstown at 9.12 a.m., 4.19 p.m. and 5.45.
MOY AND CHARLEMONT
Moy, is a small market town in County Tyrone, forty
nine 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
late 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
with Belfast and Newry by the Lagan and Newry Canals, and with Lough Erne by
the Ulster Canal. A handsome market place, with court house and news
room, was erected by the Earl of Charlemont in 1828. Petty sessions
are held every Monday fortnight. A constabulary barrack adjoins the
market place. In the immediate neighbourhood of the town and of
Charlemont are several extensive linen manufactories. The church is in
the early English style, with a handsome square tower. There are
places of worship for Presbyterians, Independents and Wesleyan and Primitive
Methodists. The Roman Catholic chapel has a Doric front. On an
adjacent hill is Roxborough House, the beautiful residence of Lord
Charlemont, originally commenced in 1774, by his uncle, the Hon. Francis
Caulfield. The fine plantations, tastefully laid out grounds, and
elegant entrance, greatly enhance the general appearance of the town, while
a handsome tower to the East is a picturesque feature in its beauty.
On the first Friday of every month is held one of the best attended horse
fairs in the North of Ireland. Population in 1851, 833.
Charlemont, a market and garrison 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 1858 by the two
counties, Tyrone and Armagh, and is a perfect model in style and
architecture, and adds considerably to the two towns it unites together, as
well as to the magnificent entrance of the Earl of Charlemont, which it
immediately adjoins. The castle (built in 1602) is now the ordnance
depot for the North of Ireland. The town participates with Moy in the
linen manufacture. A new church 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 and pious John Wesley
frequently preached in Charlemont, and occasionally in the fort.
|Post-Office, Charlemont Square, Moy -
Joseph Patterson, postmaster. Letters from Dublin, the South
of Ireland, England and Scotland, arrive every morning at 2.40,
and are despatched every evening at 9.50. Letters from
Coleraine arrive every evening at 9.50, and are despatched every
evening at 2.40, a second Dublin and Belfast mail despatched every
morning at 10.50, and arrives every evening at 1.30 from England,
Scotland and Dublin.
Constabulary Station, Charlemont Square - Jas. Woods, head
Charcoal Manufactory, Maghery - Francis Dubourdieu, C.E.,
Episcopal Church, Moy - Rev. Richard Wrightson, curate.
Episcopal Church, Charlemont - Rev. Abraham Nixon, curate.
Presbyterian Church, Moy - Rev. Thomas Johnston, minister.
Independent Chapel, Moy - Rev. E. Tocock.
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Moy - Ministers, various.
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Moy - Ministers, various.
Roman Catholic Chapel, Moy - Rev. Michael Coyne, P.P.; Rev. F. O.
Church Society School, Moy - Rodger McClean, master.
Church Education Parochial School - Mr. Rice, master.
Church Infant School, Charlemont Square - Miss Trimmitt, mistress.
Chapel National School, Benburb Street - P. Keirns, master.
News Room, Charlemont Square - James Sloan, treasurer.
Nobility and Gentry
Bond, Walter M., J.P., Argory.
Charlemont, Earl of, Roxborough.
Eyre, John, J.P., Moydown.
Goodlate, D. R., Salem Lodge.
Greer, Misses, Fortview.
Hamilton, Thomas, J.P., Grange House.
Harper, Thomas H., Gorestown.
Jackson, James E., J.P., Tullydory.
Lawson, Mrs. Elizabeth, Charlemont.
Lloyd, Jackson, Brookfield.
Lloyd, Richard, Tamnamore.
Molesworth, Mrs., Harriett.
McClelland, Mrs. Mary.
McCreight, A. W.
Oaks, H. H.
Olpherts, Wm., J.P., Dartry Lodge.
Rawlings, Mrs. Frances.
Richardson, Jas. G., Trew Cottage.
Verner, Sir Wm., M.P., Churchhill.
Verner, William, J.P., Churchhill.
Clergy and Professional
Coyne, Rev. Michael.
Disney, Rev. Jas., Killyman Glebe.
Dubourdieu, Francis, C.E., Innismore Cottage, Maghery.
Hall, Rev. A. L., curate.
Hanson, Rev. W.
Johnston, Rev. Thomas.
Montgomery, Rev. Jas., Benburb.
Nixon, Rev. Abraham.
Stevenson, Rev. Joseph, Clonfeacle Glebe.
Tocock, Rev. Edward.
Wrightson, Rev. Richard.
Alderdice, David, grocer, haberdasher &c.,
Aken, Jackson, publican.
Barns, Dr., druggist, Charlemont.
Barry, Robert, carpenter, Charlemont Street.
Barry, Robert, grocer, haberdasher, corn merchant, Charlemont
Best, James, Charlemont Square.
Biars, Jackson, merchant, Charlemont.
Blevins, Thomas, publican, Charlemont.
Boyle, Bernard, haberdasher, Charlemont.
Bowser, Adam, Laurelvale.
Brown, Joseph, tailor, Killyman Street.
Carlisle, James, carpenter, Dungannon Street.
Carson, Robert, boot and shoe maker and letter carrier, Dungannon
Clarke, Robert, grocer, linen manufacturer, linen and woollen
Corrigan, Robert, linen manufacturer, Moss Spring.
Corrigan, Samuel, linen manufacturer, Fairdown.
Cross, Samuel, linen manufacturer, Killyman.
Daly, Bernard, publican, Dungannon Street.
Davidson, Ann, straw bonnet maker, Benburb Street.
Dilling, John, spirit and bacon store.
Dobson, John, grocer and chandler, Killyman Street.
Ferguson, Joseph, saddler.
Forrest, Wm., Hotel, Charlemont Square.
Fulton, Andrew, linen manufacturer, Drummond.
Gray, G. M., pawn broker, Charlemont Square.
Grimason, Thomas, tailor, Charlemont.
Hagan, Thomas, publican, Charlemont.
Hazelton, Dawson, linen manufacturer, Killyman.
Heather, John, saddler, Charlemont.
Henderson, George, barber, Charlemont Square.
Henry, James, blacksmith, Charlemont.
Hobson, W., haberdasher and merchant, Killyman Street.
Hughes, Neill, tailor, Charlemont Street.
Hughes, Peter, builder, Charlemont.
Hughes, Thomas, publican, Charlemont Street.
Hughes, Cecilia, grocer, Charlemont.
Johnston, Margaret, leather seller, linen yarn buyer, ironmonger,
grocer, linen and woollen draper, Killyman Street.
Joyce, Francis W., publican, Charlemont Square.
Kearney, Patrick, publican, Charlemont.
Kerr, John, grocery and tin warehouse, Charlemont.
Kilpatrick, William, mason, Charlemont.
Kingsmill, John, blacksmith, Charlemont Street.
Lavery, Marriott, boot and shoe maker, Charlemont Street.
Lowry, Jane, publican, Charlemont Square.
Lutton, Joshua, publican and horse dealer, Charlemont Square.
Mackey, Mr., grocer and hosier, Charlemont.
Maize, Thomas, grocer.
Menagh, Simon, boot and shoe maker, Charlemont Square.
Menagh, John, crane master and sexton of Church, Killyman Street.
Mooney, Edward B.
Moore, Wm., shoe maker, Charlemont.
Moore, William, book seller, Charlemont.
Moreland, Eliza, grocer, Charlemont.
Murphy, John, butcher, Killyman Street.
McAnespy, Owen, publican, Charlemont.
McCall, James, tailor, Charlemont.
McClinton, Samuel, linen yarn buyer, linen and woollendraper,
grocer, Charlemont Street.
McDonnell, Nicholas, grocer, Charlemont.
McDowell, William, grocer and tin warehouse, Killyman Street.
McKell, Samuel, leather seller, baker and grocer, Charlemont
McKell, Thomas, grocer, baker and chandler, Dungannon Street.
McKenna, Francis, carpenter, Killyman Street.
McKeown, William, corn merchant, Dungannon Street.
McKinnely, John, boot and shoe maker, Charlemont Street.
McMullin, John, blacksmith, Charlemont Street.
McNeice, Thomas, carpenter, Killyman Street.
McNeice, Felix, linen manufacturer, Listamnet.
Nelson, John, blacksmith, Killyman Street.
Orr, James, publican, Charlemont.
O'Neill, Daniel, turner, publican, grocer, Killyman Street.
O'Neill, Hugh & Felix, linen manufacturers, Killyman.
Patterson, Joseph, baker, grocer, postmaster, linen yarn and
woollen draper, corn merchant &c., Charlemont Square.
Peebles, Nathaniel, shoe maker and publican, Charlemont Street.
Quinn, John, blacksmith, Charlemont Square.
Reid, Mary, haberdasher, Charlemont Square.
Robinson, Richard, linen manufacturer, Killyman.
Rolston, Brown, linen manufacturer, Aughinlig.
Sheils, John, boot and shoe maker, Charlemont Square.
Sheppard, John, reed maker, Charlemont Street.
Short, Jane, haberdasher, milliner, dress maker, Charlemont
Sinclair, Simon, linen manufacturer, Kinnery.
Sloan, Jas., grocer, linen and woollen draper, ironmonger and ship
owner, Charlemont Street.
Tinneson, ? , nailer, Charlemont.
Tole, Henry, nailer and whitesmith, Killyman Street.
Tomney, J., publican, Killyman Street.
Venables, Mrs., dress maker, Charlemont Street.
Warburton, P., publican, Charlemont.
Watson, Richard, wood turner, Killyman Street.
Watson, Wm., grocer and mason, Charlemont.
Waugh, Mrs., grocer.
Weir, Armour, boot and shoe maker, Brick Row.
Weir, Edward, confectioner, Charlemont.
Wright, John, reed maker, Dungannon Street.
Young, Francis, grocer, Charlemont.
>>>> In the foregoing list
Charlemont is printed after the names of its residents; the
remainder all belong to Moy. Charlemont Square and
Charlemont Street are in Moy.
To Dublin, the royal mail, from Dungannon every
evening, at 8.50. Dungannon, every morning, at 7. Mail
from Dublin, every morning, at 2.40. Railway open from
Portadown to Dungannon, stopping at Trew station, Moy, being two
miles from the latter, at which station a car from the Hotel, Moy,
attends the trains to accommodate passengers travelling to and
By Canal, The Ulster Canal Steam Carrying Company, Charlemont
Street, Andrew Marshall, manager. Goods forwarded to and
from Belfast and Newry, and the following places:- Blackwatertown,
Charlemont, Clones, Enniskillen, Lisnaskea, Monaghan, Moy,
Portadown, Templetate and Wattlebridge, twice a week.
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