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1868 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1868 - 1877 - 1880 - 1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1910 - 1918 - 1943   street directories
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Ballymacarrett

Ballymacarrett is united to Belfast by the Queen's Bridge, and is situate in the County Down side of the River Lagan. It embraces an area of 576 acres.  During the past two years it has been considerably improved, and many new streets of houses have been erected.   A large number of the inhabitants are employed in the foundries, vitriol works, rope works, felt works, mills, etc., in the vicinity.  Mountpottinger and Lagan Village are included in Ballymacarrett.  On account of its immediate proximity and connexion with Belfast, the names of its inhabitants are included in the Alphabetical Directory of Belfast.

ANDERSON STREET
off Short Strand

     Shannon, Wm., carpenter
     Burton, W., road contractor
     Burton, B., road contractor
     Jennings, Robt., carter
     Glover, Charles, laborer
     Harvey, William, laborer
     Gibson, Martin, laborer
     McCullough, J., sen., laborer
     McCullough, James, laborer
     Connolly, John, laborer

ASHLEY PLACE

see Ballymacarrett New Road

ASHLEY LODGE

see Ballymacarrett Old Road

BALLYMACARRETT NEW ROAD
[left hand]
Mountpottinger to Old Road

                                           Reid's Buildings
     Crymble, Saml., grocer and provision store
                                           Pottinger's Place
     Watters, Wm. Robt., surveyor and civil engineer
     Dalzell, A., linen merchant
     Montgomery, E. & A., dress makers and milliners
     Sinclair, George, shoe maker
     Canning, Adam, tailor
     Moneypenny, Joseph, iron moulder

                                   POTTINGER COTTAGES

     Lennon, Miss
     McClelland, Chas., merchant

                                         ASHLEY'S PLACE

  1. Clendinning, Andw., commission agent
  3. Martin, Thomas John, manager Lagan Foundry
  4. Moore, Edwd., bookkeeper
  2. Collins, Joseph, clerk

                                        MOUNTPOTTINGER

     Ballymacarrett Presbyterian Church
     The Manse, Rev. John Meneely
     Mountpottinger National School

                                   ROUNDHILL COTTAGES

  1. Connellan, James
  2. O'Neill, Thos., flax buyer

                                        ROUNDHILL HOUSE

     Glenn, James, wholesale grocer

                                      MORECAMBE PLACE

  1. Hodgkinson, Alfred, bleacher
  2. Vacant

                                                MAYFIELD

     Davidson, John, rope, sail and twine manufacturer

                                                [right hand]
                                             ST. HELEN'S
     Gordon, Charles
     Castle, Samuel, builder
     Stitt, Matthew
     Harvey, Fras., commission agent
     Waugh, Geo., traveller
     Jones, Edward, Inland Revenue officer
     Hunter, David Ross
     Simpson, David, salesman
     Rainey, Captain
     Fisher, Thomas, painter
     Reid, George, clerk
     Hastings, Mrs.
     Vacant houses
     eleven houses building

BALLYMACARRETT OLD ROAD
Bridge End to Ballyhackamore
[left side]

     Hampson, Patk., ropewalk
     McCourt, James, laborer
     Allen, Robert, weaver
     Mairs, Robert, ship plater

                                       ROBINSON'S PLACE

     Ballance, James, dealer
     Aiken, Mrs. Ann, spirit dealer
     Montgomery, Alex., stone cutter
     Moffett, Francis, clerk
     Gordon, John, dealer
     Smyth, John, weaver
     Heenan, Mrs.
     Ballymacarrett Church and Parochial daily and Sunday schools

                                          ST. LEONARD'S

     Hall, Robert B., solicitor (in Mr. Bruce's office)

                                          ASHLEY LODGE

     McKibben, John, Queen's Bridge saw mills, and coal merchant
     McWilliams, Jas., overseer Patent Slip, Queen's Island

                                              BELLEVILLE

     Gowan, John H., auctioneer

                                              __________

     Neill, Samuel, laborer
     Black, James, laborer
     Curran, James, weaver
     Harvey, Thomas, weaver
     McDowell, Thomas, weaver
     Sturgeon, Jas., H.M.'s Customs
     Watson, John, weaver
     Thompson, Henry, rope spinner

                                          JACKSON HALL

     Munce, Andrew, butcher
                                              __________

     Sykes, John, grocer
     Cooper, Robert, car owner
     Calwell, James, weaver
     Hunter, Jasper, weaver
     Turtle, John, spirit dealer
     Hull, William, grocer
     Jackson, The Misses
     Semple, John, seaman
     Steenson, Mrs., grocer
     Gibson, John, dairy

                                          HOPE COTTAGE

     McKeown, Mrs.

                                              __________

  1. Christy, Mrs., washer
  2. Cooper, Catherine
  3. Abbott, John, grocer
  4. Jamison, Mrs.
  5. Hillis, John, weaver
  6. Cooper, Mrs. Sarah, grocer
  7. Caughey, Alex., grocer
  8. Adams, James, carter
  9. Sturgeon, Campbell, H.M.'s Customs
10. Patterson, James, butcher
11. Hull, James, car owner
21. Davidson, Mrs. (12)
13. McKissock, John, porter
14. Magill, Thomas, grocer
15. Cooper, Samuel, H.M.'s Customs
16. Cooper, Mrs., milliner
17. Edwards, Andrew, grocer
18. Patterson, Matthew, carter
19. Campbell, Ml., green grocer
20. Ross, John, grocer
21. Wilson, John, weaver
22. Davidson, Alex., grocer
23. Thompson, Mrs. E., spirit dealer
24. Sloan, John, spirit dealer
25. Brown, Mrs. C., spirit dealer
26. Brown, Joseph, boot and shoe maker
27. Vance, Hugh, grocer
                                             [right side]
                               Trainview to Ballyhackamore

     Ropewalk of Edwd. Hanna

                                BALLYMACARRETT HOUSE

     King, Alex., coal merchant
     Primitive Wesleyan Methodist Church

                                           BELVOIR HALL

     Major, James, sewed muslin manufacturer
                                              __________

     Kennedy, Robert, grocer
     Hart, Mrs., green grocer

                                        BELVOIR TERRACE

     Harris, James
     Webb, Alfred
     Galway, James, rent agent

                                               __________

     Forsythe, Charles, grocer
     Hunter, Ann, dress maker
     Wesleyan Methodist Church
     Ballymacarrett New Burying Ground
     Sturgeon, Thomas, farmer
     McClure, Martha, grocer
     McIlroy, John, H.M.'s Customs
     McGready, Henry, shoe maker
     Auld, Thomas, grocer
     A number of small houses
    
Wilson, Jeremiah, relieving officer

BAXTER'S PLACE
off Ballymacarrett Old Road

three small houses

BAXTER'S ROW
off Ballymacarrett Old Road

four small houses

BEER'S BRIDGE ROAD
off Castlereagh Road

     Kinning, Mrs., spirit dealer.
     Kirkpatrick, T., shoe maker
     Caskey, J., grocer
     Skelly, Thomas, grocer
     Murray, John, car owner
         seventeen small houses

LENNON'S ROW

     Beer's Bridge National School
     McNamara, Mrs., grocer
         twenty four small houses
     The Grove Flaxspinning Mill, John Barbour

                                        ELM GROVE HOUSE

     Barbour, John (of Grove Flaxspinning Mill)

                                    BEER'S BRIDGE HOUSE

     Frazer, James, provision merchant

                                              __________

     Owen O'Cork Mill, James Steen & Co.; office, Talbot Street, Belfast

BELVOIR STREET
off Ballymacarrett Old Road

     Saulters, John, lapper
     Mercer, Hugh, brick layer
     Crothers, Samuel, shoe maker
     Sturgeon, Henry, Customs officer
     Burnside, Jas., rope spinner
     Smith, J., harbor constable (harbour)
     Kane, John, laborer
     Rutleigh, John, laborer (labourer)
     Frith, Mrs.
     Kerr, Andrew, muslin printer
     Trimble, John, cabinet maker
     Dunbar, Chas., match maker
     Vacant house, two stories (storeys)
     Vacant house, two stories

BELVOIR TERRACE
see Ballymacarrett Old Road

BLACKMAN STREET
off Rotterdam Street

     Lindsay, Wm., stone mason
     Thompson, J., boat builder
     Campbell, John, ship carpenter
     Robinson, Hugh, rivetter
     Hill, William, boat builder
     Lyons, Robt., engine driver
     Girvin, Robert, carpenter
     Carson, William, ship builder
     Mooney, Samuel, carpenter
     Little, Thomas A., smith
     Lyons, Mrs. S.
     Murray, Mrs.
     McClements, James, seaman
     Greer, John, clerk
     Edgar, David, clerk
     McGready, Chas., tobacco spinner
     Gray, Henry, seaman
     Smith, David, seaman
     Five vacant houses

BRICKFIELD
Lagan Village to Woodstock Street

     Clark, John, dairy
     Magowan, Thomas
     Murphy, William, dairy
     Roy, John, dealer
     Smyth, Hugh, carter
     Young, Wm. John, grocer
     Thirty four small houses

BRIDGE END
[right side]
Queen's Bridge to Ballymacarrett Old Road

     Sloan, Andrew & Co., brick and tile yard
     Corry, J. P., & Co., timber pond
     Brown, L. & T., timber pond

                                       WILLOW BUILDINGS

     Kearney, William, family grocer and spirit dealer

                                              __________

                                     KEARNEY'S BUILDINGS

     McCormick, Mrs.
     Ledley, Samuel, poulterer
     Phillips, Samuel, saddler
     Lindsay, David, coal merchant
     Kirkpatrick, William, coal merchant
     Brown, Joseph, clerk
     Fleming, John, commission agent
     Bailie, Francis, collector in market
     McDonnell, Mrs. M.
     Wallace, Andrew, engine fitter
     Rogers, William, clerk
     Davis, Charles, clerk
     Connelly, James, tow dealer
                                             __________

     Humphrey, J., jun., coal merchant
     Smith, Alexander, stabling yard
     Clotworthy, A., stabling, hay and oats
     McConkey, Thomas J., lath maker
     Forsythe, Charles, nail maker
     McGarrey, Saml., railway guard
     Campbell, James, overseer Central railway
     White, John, match maker
     Vacant
     Boomer, Mrs., green grocer
     Mason, Patrick
     Stewart, John, sewed muslin manufacturer
     Carlisle, David, hay and straw compresser
     Queen's Bridge Mills, Jas. Davidson
     Craig, Robert, miller
     Patterson, Mrs. M. A., grocer and spirit dealer
     Gordon, Samuel, grocer and news vendor
     Finlay, George, watch glass maker
     Gordon, William, grocer
     Carlisle, David, hay and straw yard
     Constabulary Barracks
     Graham, Hugh, & Co., pawn brokers
     Jones, James, grocer

                                       WHEELER'S PLACE

     Rowland, Ellis, engine fitter
     Smyth, Hugh, seaman
     Whyte, Wm., pawn broker
     Glover, George, dealer
     Glover, George, barber
     Magowan, George, hay and straw dealer, and car man
     Hanna, Mrs., grocer
     Stuart, A., spirit dealer
     McCleery, Hugh, grocer
     Archbold, William, & Co., pawn brokers
     Scandrett, James, grocer
     King, J., spirit dealer
     Murphy, Robert, laborer
     Neill, Mrs.
     Gray, Matthew, carter
     Ivory, Jas., rope and twine manufacturer
     McCann, John, baker
     Bridge-end National School
     Curran, Mrs. E., spirit dealer
     Herron, Mrs. Sarah, grocer and spirit dealer
     Bloomfield, J., engine driver
     Ferris, Mrs. Agnes
     Hart, Patrick, laborer
     Johnstone, Miss

                                                SEAVIEW

     Templetown, Arthur, pipe maker
     Kirkham, Richd., engineer
     Owens, Robert, mechanic
     Reid, Oslier, blacksmith
     Smyth, James, rope and twine manufacturer

                                              PORTVIEW

   1. Huddleston, Thomas, pawn broker
   2. Black, Mrs., nurse tender
   3. Forsythe, H., ship carpenter
   4. Quee, Robert, painter
   5. Johnston, James, laborer
   6. Gamble, John, baker
   7. Milligan, E., seaman
   8. Smyth, James, watch glass manufacturer
   9. Herdman, J., railway porter
 10. Campbell, Robt., watcher
 11. Marshall, John, laborer
 12. Johnston, William, smith
 13. McCammon, Margt., weaver
 14. Donnelly, Miss, straw bonnet maker
 15. Somerset, Thomas, railway guard
 16. Sefton, Mrs. Ellen, grocer

                                              TRAINVIEW

   1. Millar, William, seaman
   2. McCracken, Henry
   3. Saunders, John, watcher
                                              __________

                                                 [left side]
     McGlade, James, wholesale and retail spirit dealer

                                  QUEEN'S BRIDGE PLACE

     Crickard, Mrs., dress maker
     Stabling and yard of Mrs. McClure, bakery, Ann Street
     Rothwell, Wm., stone mason
     Todd, Samuel, baker
     Williamson, Mrs., refreshment rooms, Co. Down Railway
     McKibbin, John, coal yard
     Hume, George, grocer
     Shaw, James, cart maker
     Queen's Bridge Saw Mill, John McKibbin
     Harris & Webb, whitesmiths, gate and railing manufacturers
     Boyle, Henry, laborer
     McLeish, William, & Sons, Chemical Works
     Kearney, Richard, basket maker
     Hall, Thomas, druggist
     Carroll, John, basket maker
     Clarke, John, basket maker
     Devlin, Francis
     Hagan, James, laborer
     Black, Wm., labourer
     McLeavy, Hugh, butcher
     Clarke, James, green grocer
     Davis, William
     Young, Mrs., lodgings
     Stewart, A., green grocer
     Judge, Wm., basket maker
     McLeavy, Thos., butcher
     Black, Robt., wood turner
     Thompson, Agnes
     Cooke, James, tailor
     Scott, Joseph, spirit dealer
     Watson, Arthur, captain
     Ireland, Wm., bobbin turner
     Vernon, Daniel, laborer
     Monteith, Sarah
     Nicholson, Thos., shoe maker
     Stars, Mrs.
     Kane, John, laborer
     Naveny, Thos., car driver
     McDowell, John, grocer
     Collins, Edward, jobbing smith
     Lundy, Mrs.
     Shaw, Richard, laborer
     Stewart, Mrs.
     Hall, Isaac, grocer

                                         McCRORY'S ROW

   1. Nixon, Mrs., fowl dealer
   2. Ewart, Mrs. Sarah, grocer
   3. McKenna, Henry, carpenter
   4. Marshall, Robert, engine driver
   5. Noon, Henry, overseer
   6. Hampson, John, rope and twine manufacturer
   7. Steele, Thomas, sail maker
   8. Turner, Edward, caretaker
   9. McMillan, Duncan, smith
 10. Smyth, Thos., smith
 11. Hannah, Edward, rope and twine manufacturer
       Robinson, John, spirit dealer
       Moorhead, James, laborer

BROWN'S ROW
off Ballymacarrett New Road

twelve small houses

CAMPBELL'S ROW
off Ballymacarrett Old Road

eleven small houses

CARLISLE BUILDINGS
off Claremont Street

   1. Chase, John, school master
   3. Campbell, James
   5. Carlisle, Jas., plumber and gas fitter
   7. McMillan, Hugh, manager (in Messrs. Patterson's, High Street)
   9. Ledgerwood, James, clerk (in Harland & Wolff's)
 11. Jones, Joseph, shoe maker
 13. Nichol, John, smith
 15. Hyland, John, engine driver
 14. Kennedy, James, draper's assistant
 12. McCormick, Robert, travelling clerk
 10. Chalmers, William, smith
   8. Cockburn, Thomas, Inland Revenue officer
   6. Smith, Mrs.
   4. Hill, James, clerk
   2. Cooper, Chas., frame maker

CASTLEREAGH PLACE
see Castlereagh Road

CASTLEREAGH STREET
[left side]

TYNE COTTAGES

     Haslett, Wm. H., solicitor
     Young, James

                                          KEW COTTAGES

     Laurence, William
     Tedford, James

                                    McALISTER'S COTTAGES

     Lamb, Mrs.
     Thompson, Mrs.

                                  ELLENBOROUGH TERRACE

                                          ten houses building

                                       CASTLEREAGH VIEW

     Bowes, Thomas, grocer
     Hill, John, spirit dealer
     nine small houses
   
                                           __________

     Loop-Bridge Mill, Moreland, Brothers
                                              __________

                                                [right side]
                                         Castlereagh Place

     Shaw, Martin
     Jacobs, William
     McIldowie, John
     Girvan, William, laborer
     McCalmont, Robert, clerk
     Irvin, Robert, laborer

                                     BRICKFIELD COTTAGE

     Bradbury, James
                                               __________

     Coulter, John
     Moore, Henry, beer retailer
     Clarke, T. C., grocer and spirit dealer

CASTLEREAGH VIEW
see Castlereagh Road

CHAPEL LANE
off Ballymacarrett Old Road

      Bridge-End National School
  
  Roman Catholic Chapel
     Smyth, James, ropewalk
     forty-four small houses

CHURCH STREET
off Ballymacarrett Old Road

   1. Harriett, Edward, fireman
   2. Boal, Robert, carter
   3. McGreavy, Patrick, laborer
   4. Maguire, John, carpenter
   5. McRobb, William, seaman
   6. Curran, Hugh, laborer
   7. Greenaway, T., brick layer
   8. McCartney, S., brick layer
   9. Cochrane, Robert, laborer
 10. Steenson, Hugh, laborer
 11. Bailie, Joseph, match maker
 12. Beattie, James, rivetter
 13. Connelly, H., blacksmith
 14. Rogers, Mrs. Ann
 15. McIntosh, William, boiler maker
 16. Wilson, William, labourer
 17. McManus, James, labourer
 18. Coburn, Isaac
 19. McMechan, James, seaman
 20. Somerset, William, weaver
 21. Watson, John, brick layer
 22. McBride, John, brick layer
   1. Connelly, Mrs.
   2. Agnew, Alex., gardener
   3. Smith, Hugh
   4. McGeeghan, D., brick layer
   5. McKee, John, carpenter

CLANDEBOYE STREET
off Castlereagh Street

thirteen small houses

CLAREMONT LANE
Woodstock Street to Mount Street

     Laverty, James, labourer
     Ross, W., Harbour constable
     Mercer, George, seaman
     thirty-three small houses

CLAREMONT PLACE
see Claremont Street

CLAREMONT STREET
Castlereagh Road to Albert Bridge
[right side]

DERBY COTTAGES

     Williamson, John
     Merricks, Chas., coal factor
     McAlla, Robert, carpenter
     Logan, Hunter, pattern maker
     Corbett, Thomas, traveller
     Hamilton, Robert, Inland Revenue officer
     Prenter, John
     Mangnall, John, draftsman (draughtsman)
     Voxall, Mrs.
     Martin, Robert, captain

                                         NORWOOD PLACE
     Dunwoody, Thomas
     Bailie, Walter, compositor
     Guttens, Thos., fancy box maker
     Middlemore, Joseph, lapper
     Dunwoody, Jas., coal factor
     Young, John, laborer
     Wilson, Samuel, sail maker
     Young, David, clerk
     Tighe, Agnes, grocer
     Green, James, carpenter
     Irvine, Alex., labourer
     Reekie, David, coastguard, pensioner and grocer
     Boal, Robert, engraver
     Clendinning, Mrs., green grocer
     Rice, Mrs., green grocer
     Watt, J. & N., grocers and provision dealers
                                                __________

                                                   [left side]
                                      POTTINGER TERRACE

     Ballymacarrett Dispensary, James Murray, resident medical officer
   1. Gray, James, blacksmith
   2. McCormick, Thomas
   3. Steigmann, Chas., manager of Lagan Felt Works
   4. Orr, William, traveller
   5. Cather, Rev. Mr.
   6. Vacant
   7. Anderson, John, editor for an English newspaper
   8. McCullough, H. I. (of McCullough & Totten, High Street, Belfast)

                                        CLAREMONT PLACE

   1. Spencer, Miss
   2. McNeill, J. N.
   3. McCormick, William
   4. Jamison, Wm., commercial traveller
   5. McCreevy, Mrs.
   6. Lowry, Miss
   7. Hume, John
   8. Wallace, James
   9. Sibbald, George, clerk

                                     SIR HENRY'S BUILDINGS

   1. Greenfield, Miss, grocer and spirit dealer
   2. Rea, James, engineer
   3. Mitchell, Mrs.
   4. Conn, John, watcher
   5. McFarlane, Wm., moulder
   6. Savage, The Misses
   7. Wilks, William, mechanic
   8. Aitchison, William, clerk
   9. Johnston, John, carpenter
 10. Pettigrew, Wm., ship carpenter
 11. McAuley, A., tailor
 12. Boyd, David, wood turner
 13. Swain, Henry, tobacco spinner
 14. Swain, Henry, tobacconist
 15. McCoubrey, John, clerk
 16. McKee, Robert, carpenter
 17. Campbell, Alexander, clerk
 18. Campbell, W., school master

                                      McMILLAN'S BUILDINGS

   1. Cooper, Hugh, grocer and coastguard
   2  Wilson, Thomas, mechanic.
   3. Mitchell, James, mechanic
   4. Lemon, James
   5. McCappin, William, captain
   6. Cooper, Robt., fancy box maker
       Jackson, James, laborer
       Dyer, John, laborer
       Curry, John, carter
       Gibson, David, carpenter
   7. Gibson, Mrs., teacher of music
   8. Clarke, Mrs.
   9. Kerr, John, seaman
 10. Turnbull, Anthony, grocer
         
                                        __________

     Boomer, James, mechanic
     Keenan, Mrs.
     Armstrong, Miss E., dress maker
     Armstrong, Wm., pensioner
     Burns, Alex., carpenter
     Blain, John, captain
     Millar, James, tailor
     Logan, Edward
     Canmer, Mrs., grocer & spirit

CLUAN PLACE
off Mountpottinger Street

     Lyons, Henry, omnibus proprietor
     Watson, S., engine driver
     Meenan, John, mechanic
     Gribben, John, school master
     McIldoon, Thos., engine driver
     Potter, William, station master
     McKee, Mrs.
     Reid, James, engine driver
     Sinclair, William, carpenter
     Ewart, Samuel, flax dresser
     McTear, Mrs.
     McBratney, Anna
     Marshall, David, omnibus proprietor
     Mooney, James, seaman
     McIldoon, James, mechanic
     Cooper, Simpson, civil engineer and surveyor
     Dickey, John, moulder
     Harris, James, mechanic
     Gaynor, Patrick, manager if goods department Co. Down Railway

CLYDE STREET LOWER
off Short Strand

     Beck, William, laborer
     Johnston, John, carpenter
     Cammon, John, stone cutter
     Carroll, John, laborer
     Greer, Thomas, laborer
     Pillar, Richard, green grocer
     Taylor, Henry, carpenter
     Donnelly, Mrs.
     Mannix, Patrick, stone cutter
     Taiff, James, coal porter
     Kirk, James, laborer
     Bossey, Edward, sail maker
     Beattie, Mrs.
     Campbell, John, brick layer
     five small houses

CLYDE STREET UPPER
off Short Strand

   1. Anderson, Thomas, clerk
   2. Dickson, William
   3. Bannen, Jos., railway guard
   4. Maguire, W., shoe maker
   5. Bell, William, compositor
   6. Fullerton, David, seaman
   7. Frell, Jas., railway ticket collector
   8. Thompson, Wm. J., miller
   9. Montgomery, H., seaman
 10. Hamilton, T., railway clerk
 11. Carolin, John, compositor
 12. Crooks, James, seaman
 13. Vacant
 14. Knott, John
 15. McCall, John, carpenter
 16. Limeburn, J., cabinet maker

CLYDE TERRACE
see Short Strand

CONSTANCE STREET
off Thorndyke Street

     Dougan, Mrs.
     Abernethy, Robert, labourer
     Shields, Hugh, brick layer
     Brown, William, pavior
     McBurnie, Mrs.
     Simpson, James, bundler
     Campbell, Isaac, cab owner
     Keenan, Mrs.
     twelve small houses

CONNSBROOK
off Holywood Road

     Bathurst, W., coach builder

CONNSWATER MILL

     Farrell, Joseph, flax and row spinners; res., Avoneil House, Connswater

COOKE'S BUILDINGS
off Claremont Street

     Cunningham, J., bookkeeper
     White, John, carpenter
     Craig, Alexander, fitter
     Fox, Richard, commercial traveller
     McCann, Patrick, seaman
     Campbell, W., station master
     Smith, Wm., china merchant

COOPER'S PLACE
off Ballymacarrett Old Road

     Cooper, Henry, weaver
     Cooper, Miss S.
     Swain, Mrs.
     four small houses

DERBY COTTAGES
see Claremont Street

DUFFIN STREET
off Templemore Park

     Sedgwith, James, labourer
     Duncan, William, laborer
     Finlay, Hugh, labourer
     Chambers, Wm., carpenter
     McCullough, Edwd., seaman
     McKeaver, Bernd., huckster
     Haigh, William, carpenter
     McClean, Hugh, rope spinner
     Rea, Kennedy, laborer
     O'Neill, Hugh H., laborer
     Patterson, Wm., carpenter
     Morrison, Isaac, laborer
     McCullough, Wm., labourer
     Lemon, Hugh, carpenter
     McWatters, James, ship carpenter
     Shields, James, huckster
     Maxwell, George, labourer

EDITH STREET
off Lord Street

     Hamilton, Miss
     Bell, John, laborer
     Hutchinson, Thos., laborer
     Douglas, Henry, caulker
     Cooke, Alexander, laborer
     Connery, John, laborer
     twenty-eight small houses

EDEN COTTAGE
off Ballymacarrett Old Road

     Harper, Mrs.

FOUNDRY ROW
off Bridge End

twenty small houses occupied by laborers

FRANCIS STREET
off Anderson Street

     Matthews, William
     Kernaghan, James, laborer
     McGreevy, Edward, laborer
     Hume, James, blacksmith
     McKelvey, Isaac, laborer
     McCleery, Robt., laborer
     Smollen, Mrs.
     McDonnell, James, seaman
     O'Neill, Mrs.
     McNally, Bernard, laborer
     Mulholland, Thos., laborer
     Lynch, Matthew, laborer
     Longriggs, James, labourer
     Lynch, Thomas, carter

FRANK STREET
off Ballymacarrett New Road

     Gordon, John, draper
     McCully, Miss, dress maker
     Bullock, Wm., book seller
     three houses building

FRANK STREET UPPER
off Castlereagh Street

     four houses building

GLASSHOUSE PLACE
see Mountpottinger Street

GOOSEBERRY CORNER
[now called "Woodstock Street"]

GREENHILL TERRACE
see Mountpottinger Street

HAMILTON PLACE
off Lagan Village

     McCormick, William, manufacturer of cut flint, glass, and watch glass maker
     seven small houses

HATTER'S ROW
off Ballymacarrett Old Road

     twelve small houses

HENRYVILLE HOUSE
off Lagan Village

     Jamieson, William, clerk

HENRYVILLE PLACE
see Woodstock Street

HORNBY STREET
off Ballymacarrett New Road

   1. Bothwell, James, coachman
   3. Girvan, Robert, gardener
   5. Vacant
   7. Vacant
   9. McKee, Thos., caulker
 11. Vacant
 13. Vacant
 15. Dougan, Hugh, labourer
 17. McCready, James, laborer
 19. McKibbin, Mrs.
 21. Davidson, Ann
 23. Kennedy, Robert, clerk
 25. McArthur, Thos., carpenter
 27. Vacant
 29. Hughes, Mrs.
 31. Vacant
 33. Galbraith, John, builder
 35. Moore, Robert, lapper
 37. Vacant
 39. Spence, George, labourer
 41. Grant, Mrs.
 43. Harrigan, Jas., cabinet maker
 45. Vacant
       three houses building

HUDDLESTON'S PLACE
off Chapel Lane

   1. Gaw, William, laborer
   2. Vacant
   3. Degney, William, carpenter
   4. Gilmore, Daniel, laborer
   5. Vacant

KEARNEY'S BUILDINGS
see Bridge End

KEW COTTAGES
see Castlereagh Road

LAGAN VILLAGE
Albert Bridge to Old Ballynafeigh Road

     Lagan Foundry, Victor & David Coates, engineers, millwrights, boiler makers and iron and brass founders
     Lagan Tow Works, Charles Duffin & Co.; office, Waring Street
     McCready, John, grocer
     McMillen, James, grocer
     Drake, Richard, butter and spirit dealer
     Stewart, Samuel, grocer
     McDowel, John, grocer
     Murray, Danl., grocer, spirit dealer and lime burner
     The remainder of the houses in this street are small

LEMON'S ROW
see Mountpottinger Street

LENNON'S ROW
see Beer's Bridge Road

LYON STREET
off Rotterdam Street

     Thompson, M., blacksmith
     McDuff, C., stone mason
     Dougan, Wm., stone mason
     Boal, James, brass founder
     Stephenson, Alex., carpenter
     Kernaghan, Edwd., sawyer

LORD STREET
off Ballymacarrett New Road

     Bryson, William, grocer
     Kirk, Daniel, grocer and spirit dealer
     McKendry, E. & J., dress makers
     McKenzie, George, ship plater
     Maxwell, James, lapper
     Cunningham, W., carter
     Conolly, Thos., grocer, ink manufacturer, and rent agent

LOVE LANE
off Ballymacarrett Old Road

     Millar, John, coastguard man

LAWRENCE'S BUILDINGS
see Short Strand

MAIDEN'S ROW
off Woodstock Street

     Harrison, James, grocer
     six small houses

MALCOLM STREET
off Claremont Street

     McAdam, John, bread server
     Cummings, J., bread server
     Hewitt, William, smith
     Elliott, Wm., brick layer
     Wilson, William
     Boal, John, miller
     Spence, Hugh, shoe maker
     Kirkpatrick, Andrew, clerk
     Ennis, Joseph, caulker
     Allen, William, brick layer
     Hayes, Charles, labourer
     Shaw, Joseph, clothes dealer
     about fifty small houses

MALCOLM LANE
off Claremont Street

     forty eight houses

MILLFORD STREET
off Ballymacarrett New Road

     Jackson, Wm., painter
     Dickson, William
     six houses building

MORECAMBE PLACE
see Ballymacarrett New Road

MOUNT POTTINGER
off Claremont Street

     Curry, Wm., lemonade and ginger ale manufacturer
     Malcomson, William (of Malcomson Bros., Castle Place, Belfast)
     Hastings, William, C.E.
     Burt, Mrs.
     Joyce, John
     Wilkie, David
     Seaver, Rev. Charles
     Ferguson, Nathaniel, woollen draper
     Hunter, Mrs.
     Moncrieff, James W., tea and sugar broker, and commission merchant
     Evans, Silas, stock and share broker and insurance agent
     Little, Robert, starch maker

MOUNTPOTTINGER STREET
Bridge End to Mountpottinger
[formerly called "Castlereagh Road"]
[left side]

     Ballymacarrett Foundry, John Reid, engineer and millwright
     Mount Pottinger Foundry, Ritchie & Hart, engineers, iron founders, and boiler makers
     Ritchie, Francis, & Sons, felt manufacturers and manure works
     Back entrance to Eden Cottage

                                              CLUANVILLE

     Phillips, James, ship broker

                                        ALFRED TERRACE

     Huddleston, Robert W., bookkeeper
     McCully, Robt., captain
     Brown, William, draper
     Moran, Captain
     Martin, Miss
     Hill, Henry, clerk
     Gaffikin, Arthur, inspector of provisions
     Payne, Reuben, cloth cutter
     Dunlop, Quinton, clerk
     Ritchie, Thomas, draper
     Maxwell, Thomas, clerk
     Lane, Richd., examiner in customhouse

                                       WELLWOOD PLACE
     McCall, Mrs.
     Brown, John, jeweller
     Miller, H., cabinet maker
     Harris, James, laborer
     McDowell, C., millwright
     Hood, Miss, school mistress
     Goldsmith, Oliver
                                             __________

     Blaney, A., grocer and spirit dealer
     Dunlop, George, engine fitter
     Kane, Samuel, laborer
     McCullough, J., shoe maker
     Macgregor, Alex., grocer
     McCurry, Patk., rope spinner
     Anderson, Jas., blacksmith

                                               [right side]
                                     GLASSHOUSE PLACE

     Crothers, William, laborer
     Hughes, Mrs.
     Campbell, Mrs.
     McGovern, P.
     McManus, Edward, painter
     Curran, Wm.
     Quinn, Mrs.
     Hail, James, book binder
     Hail, Patrick

                                             LEMON'S ROW

   4. Kennedy, A., clerk & rent agent
   5. Donnelson, John, labourer
   6. Armour, John, seaman
   7. Mooney, John, rope spinner
   8. Kelly, John, rope spinner
   9. McKinstry, W., rope spinner
 10. Martin, Patk., rope spinner
 11. Agnew, Francis, sail maker
 12. Kearser, Patrick, musician
 13. Wainwright, Wm., rivetter
   "   Smith, John, rope spinner
 14. Little, Alex., rope spinner
 15. Spence, Robt., railway porter
 16. Russell, James, butcher
 17. Dogherty, John, rope spinner
 18. Woodside, John, carter
 19. Spence, Thomas, engineer
 20. McGuinness, Robert, porter
 21. McKeown, Bernard, laborer
 22. Curran, James, brick layer
 23. McClean, Mrs.
 24. King, David, gilder
 25. Smyth, John, brick layer and builder
 26. Ray, Robert, railway porter
 27. Morrow, W. J., grocer and rope spinner
 28. Nest, Alex., rope spinner
 29. Kelly, Arthur, engine fitter
 30. Strathan, Mrs.
 31. Johnston, Mrs.
 32. Black, Mrs.
 33. Smith, John, manager of ropewalk
 34. Reynolds, John, moulder
 35. Gilmour, Daniel, laborer
 36. McKee, William, laborer
 37. McCrory, Jas., rope spinner
 38. Reynolds, James, seaman
 39. Greer, Alexander, seaman
 40. O'Neill, Mrs.
 41. Simms, Thomas, seaman
 42. Forrest, Chas. V., mechanic
 43. McBurnie, Mrs.
 44. McGee, Thomas, laborer
 45. Vacant
 46. McKee, Wm., watcher
 47. Bond, Joseph, stone dresser
 48. Galway, James, carpenter
 49. O'Hare, B., railway guard
 50. Martin, Peter, rope spinner
 51. Allen, James
 52. Cochrane, James, laborer
 53. Gorman, Mrs.
 54. McGee, Thomas, laborer
 55. Nolan, Henry, process server
 56. Smith, Mrs.
 57. Mitchell, James, stone cutter
 58. Scott, Matthew, grocer

                                     GREENHILL TERRACE

     Millar, D., H.M.'s Customs
     Carnegie, James I., clerk
     Reilly, John, clerk
     Campbell, Isaac, car man
     Hay and straw yard of Archibald Patton
     Patton, A., grocer & spirit dealer

MOUNT STREET
off Claremont Street

     Barry, Peter, dairy
     Thompson, Samuel, teacher
     Gregory, Thos., pawn broker
     McConnell, John, clerk
     Lovell, Edmond
     Clark, William, law clerk
     McLoughlin, Henry, grocer

MOUNT STREET LOWER
off Claremont Street

     Constabulary Barracks
     Logan, Edwd., green grocer
     Young, James, painter
     Scott, Charles, dairy
     Brown, James, captain
     Dempster, Robt., carpenter
     McRoberts, John, porter
     Davis, Thomas, lapper
     Taylor, Mrs.
     a number of small houses

MURRAY'S ROW
Lagan Village

     sixteen small houses

McALISTER'S COTTAGES
see Castlereagh Road

McALISTER'S ROW
off Beer's Bridge Road

     McGilpin, Charles, gardener and dairy
     eight small houses

McCRACKEN'S COURT
off Bridge End

     eight small houses

McCRORY'S ROW
see Bridge End

McMILLEN'S BUILDINGS
see Claremont Street

McMILLEN'S COURT
off Lagan Village

     Lagan Village Female National School
     twelve small houses

McMILLEN'S LANE
off Lagan Village

     twenty seven small house

NORWOOD PLACE
see Claremont Street

O'KANE'S PLACE
off Bridge End

     ten small houses

POOLE'S LANE
off Ballymacarrett Old Road

      a number of small houses

PORTVIEW
see Bridge End

POTTINGER COTTAGES
see Ballymacarrett New Road

POTTINGER PLACE
see Ballymacarrett New Road

POTTINGER TERRACE
see Claremont Street

QUEEN'S BRIDGE PLACE
see Bridge End

QUEEN'S BRIDGE PLACE
see Bridge End

QUEEN'S QUAY

     Brown, Robert, & Son, Ferguslie Fire-Clay Works Depot and office
     Ormeau Brick Works' office, Thomas Frazer & Co.

                                           COAL OFFICES
 18. Humphrey, J., jun., coal merchant
 17. Neill, John, coal merchant
 16. Agnew, W. H.,     "     "
 15. Hinde, Wm.,         "     "
 14. Kirkpatrick, Wm., "     "
 13. Craig, Hugh,         "     "
   1. Brannigan, John,  "     "
   2. Kelly, Samuel,       "     "
   3. Stitt, James,          "     "
   4. Murray, Owen,       "     "
   5. Garland, James,   "     "
   6. Mogey, David,       "     "
   7. Kirkpatrick, Hugh, "     "
   8. Lindsay, David,     "     "
   9. Massey, William,   "     "
 10. Wright, Philip,        "     "
 11. Merricks, Charles, "     "
 12. King, Alexander,    "     "
       Queen's Quay Coal Yards
       Oil and Corn Mills of Hamilton, Megaw, & Thompson
       Holywood and Bangor Railway Terminus, J. Dodds, manager
       Belfast and County Down Railway Terminus, T. C. Haines, manager
       McKenna, H., spirit dealer
       Millan, Hugh, spirit dealer
       Ward, John, spirit dealer
       Oil and Grease Works of Hugh Scott, jun., & Co.
       Taggart, Andrew, laborer
       Rice, Mrs., lodgings
       McGlade, James, spirit dealer

RED ROW
off Bridge End

     eleven small houses

ROBINSON'S PLACE
see Ballymacarrett Old Road

ROPER'S ROW
off Bridge End

     eight small houses

ROTTERDAM STREET
off Bridge End

     Kearney, Timothy, basket maker
     Dempster, Robert, carpenter
     Lindsay, Saml., brick layer
     Brown, John, carter
     Fullerton, Robert, seaman
     Stewart, Hugh, seaman
     Gill, Hugh, laborer
     Bailie, John, seaman
     Templetown, David, dock inspector
     Farrell, Joseph, clerk
     Clarke, Wm., basket maker
     McAffe, Roddy, engineer
     Lockhart, J., basket maker
     Ferguson, John, seaman
     Ennis, Danl., stone mason
     Hagans, James, lapper
     Gray, Robert, ship carpenter
     Fisher, John, painter
     Ogle, Samuel, engine fitter
     Fisher, Thomas

ROUNDHILL COTTAGES
see Ballymacarrett Old Road

ROUNDHILL HOUSE
see Ballymacarrett Old Road

SALTPAN ROW
off Queen's Quay

     Ballymacarrett Oil and Grease Works, Charnock, Brothers & Co.; office, 19 & 21 Corporation Square, Belfast
     Rogers, John, manufacturer of resin, oil, pitch, and every description of machinery grease; office, 43 Victoria Street, Belfast
     Belfast Chemical Works, Wm. McLeish; res., Bridge End
     Marley Hill Railway and Foundry Coke Works, Wm. John Gray; res., 5 Hanover Quay, Dublin
     fourteen small houses

SCHOOL-HOUSE PLACE
[formerly "Young's Row"]
off Bridge End

     fourteen small houses

SCOTCH ROW
off Ballymacarrett Old Road

     twenty small houses occupied by weavers

SEAVIEW PLACE
see Bridge End

SHAMROCK LODGE
off Lagan Village

     Malcomson, James (of Malcomson Brothers, grocers, Castle Place)

SHORT STRAND
Albert Bridge to Bridge End
[right side]

     Worthington, J., spirit dealer
     INDEPENDENT CHURCH
     McCullough, John, railway clerk
     McCullough, John, cooper
     Johnston, James, mechanic
     McKinley, Danl., sawyer

                                       CLYDE TERRACE

     Monteith, Thomas, commission agent
     Quinn, William Henry, photographer
     Graham, Mrs.
     Suringas, H., commission agent
                                            __________

     Templetown, John, manager for Messrs. Richardson & Co.
     Mulvern, H., railway clerk
     Thompson, H., grocer
     Carr, John, carpenter
     Scott, Charles, moulder
     Gardner, Duncan, railway guard
     Smyth, Robert, clerk
     Lagan Felt Works, David Anderson & Son
     Boyce, Robert, watch glass maker
     Rennex, Mrs.
     McKinley, W., sawyer and grocer
     Osborne, William, labourer
     Wilson, Thomas, laborer
     McKenna, Mrs.
     Drennan, Mrs.
     McBride, Patrick, cooper
     Toye, Thomas, clerk
     Cairns, Hugh, blaxcksmith
     Bradley, M., marine store
     Rope walk of James Lemon

                                              [left side]
     Graham, Hugh, & Co., pawn brokers
     Richardson, Brothers, & Co., chemical manure manufacturers, oil crushers, etc.
     Gwynn, John, captain
     Martin, James, clerk
     O'Brien, Alexander, carter
     Gaw, William, laborer
     Burns, Patrick, blacksmith
     Ballymacarrett Lime Works, D. Murray
     Nelson, John, laborer
     Somerset, William, laborer
     Houston, Hugh, travelling clerk
     Clark, John, lighter man
     Murray, William, laborer
     McSherry, Edward, captain
     Campbell, T., ship carpenter
     Thistle, Robt., coach builder

                                  LAWRENCE'S BUILDINGS

   1. Dugan, P., grocer and spirit dealer
   2. McCammon, R., shoe maker
   3. Colgan, Ann
   4. Mariner, Patrick, moulder
   5. Marshall, Wm., coach maker
   6. Soonard, Robert, labourer
   7. Spence, William R., clerk
   8. Murray, Henry, shoe maker
   9. Green, James, seaman
 10. Vacant
 11. Vacant
 12. Crawford, John, ship builder
        several houses in course of erection

SHORT STRAND STREET
Short Strand to Francis Street
[left side]

   Johnston, Robert, grocer
   Wylie, Richard, clerk
   Hipburn, John, overseer Central Railway
   Forrett, Mrs.
   Hanna, Alexander, porter
   Smyth, Thomas
   Magrath, Michl., contractor
   Speers, James, labourer
   Anderson, George, carter
   Murdoch, John, labourer
   Wasson, Thomas, smith
   Smith, John, watch glass maker
   McKee, Wm. J., railway guard
   Bingham, Alex., Scripture reader
   Gibson, David, carpenter
   Irvine, Patrick, laborer
   Martin, Isaac, car man
   Woodside, Isaac, captain
   Hunter, Mrs.
   Crooke, George, grocer
   McKenna, Mrs., green grocer
   Cowan, Wm., millwright
   Sharp, John, shoe maker
   Dunning, Alex., seaman
   Clelland, George, laborer
   McChesney, John, carter
   Hillan, Francis, car man
   Dunn, Thomas, process server
   Agnew, Mrs.
   McIlvenan, John, carter
   McGee, John, labourer
   Patterson, Alex., shoe maker
   O'Rorke, Mrs.
   Crothers, Mrs.
   Matthew, Mrs.
   Gibson, John, laborer
   Boyd, Robert, seaman
   McDonnell, Wm., laborer
   Malvin, James, laborer
   Brady, James, seaman
   Gregg, William, carpenter
   Ellis, George
   Magowan, Mrs.
   McGee, Daniel, captain
   McGuiness, Patk., carpenter
   Brady, Jas., green grocer
   Hanna, Denis, labourer
   Maguire, Mrs.
   Carmichael, John, laborer
   McCann, Peter, labourer
   Dougherty, George, seaman
   McManus, Henry, carter
   Curran, Thomas, coal porter
   Greer, William, laborer
   Maguire, Charles, laborer
   Barr, William, shoe maker
   McMillan, John, joiner
   White, J., grocer
   Carr, Miss Sarah
   Molloy, Patrick, laborer
   Glover, William, laborer
   McCoyd, Joseph, baker
   Harris, Joseph, laborer
   Floyd, John
   Bell, Leslie, carter
   Ferguson, John, moulder
   Thompson, Mrs.
   Gettis, James, laborer
   Flinn, James, laborer
   Smith, John, laborer
   Carlisle, H., ship carpenter
   Spencer, Benjamin

ST. HELEN'S
see Ballymacarrett New Road

ST. LEONARD'S
see Ballymacarrett Old Road

SIR HENRY'S BUILDINGS
see Claremont Street

TEMPLEMORE STREET
off Castlereagh Street

       six houses building

THE SANDS
off Bridge End

   thirty small houses

TRAIN VIEW
see Bridge End

THOMPSON STREET
off Short Strand

   McCullough, W., blacksmith
   Dogherty, James, attorney's clerk
   Ansley, Mrs.
   Taylor, William, clerk
   Jamison, Samuel
   Campbell, John, stone mason
   Doyle, Arthur, laborer
   Bell, George, hatter
   Thompson, Robert, builder
   Thompson, James, builder
   McGee, Wm., coach maker
   Wallace, Wm. J., grocer
   Davidson, Mrs.
   Lindsay, David
   Mariner, E. & A., dress makers
   Burrows, Hugh
   Campbell, Hugh, gentleman
   Hollywood, Wm., mechanic
   Brown, John
   Henderson, Mrs.
   McGinnis, Daniel, carpenter

THORNDYKE STREET
off Ballymacarrett New Road

   Talbot, Richard, commercial traveller
   Orr, Hugh, clerk
   Johnston, William, ship carpenter
   Coote, Thomas, builder
   Smith, Thomas, laborer
   Ritchie, John, carpenter
   Hawthorn, Mrs.
   Henry, John, clerk for Whiteabbey Bleaching Co.
   Moore, Wm., rope spinner

TURF LODGE
Ballyhackamore

   Davidson, James, proprietor of Bridge Mill

TYNE COTTAGES
see Castlereagh Road

WALLACE'S ROW
see Lagan Village

     sixteen small houses

WELLWOOD PLACE
see Mountpottinger Street

WHEELER'S COURT
off Bridge End

     nine small houses

WHEELER'S PLACE
see Bridge End

WHITE'S BUILDINGS
Thompson Street to Clyde Street

     Fisher, Andrew, carpenter
     McAllister, Jas., brick layer
     Young, William, laborer
     Annesley, Wm., seaman
     Duff, John, pensioner
     Crothers, James, lithographic printer
     McKnight, Wm., harness maker
     Armstrong, John, painter
     Rea, John, clerk
     McAllister, R., brick layer
     Holmes, Thomas, mechanic
     Borland, Fras., mechanic
     Stewart, Jas., lithographic printer
     Morrow, Saml., commercial traveller

WILLIAM'S BUILDINGS
see Bridge End

WOODSTOCK
see Woodstock Street

WOODSTOCK COTTAGE
off Woodstock Street

     Frazer, James, assistant county surveyor

WOODSTOCK STREET
off Ballymacarrett New Road

     Nicholson, Charles, shoe maker
     McBride, Miss, dress maker
     Ballymacarrett Parochial Schools
     Davis, Francis, carter
     Riddell, Edward, carter
     Sinclair, George
     McClurg, Wm., brick layer
     Hewitt, Wm., iron moulder
     Hewitt, Arthur, iron moulder
     Croft, Joseph, builder
     Sloan, John, iron moulder
     King, John, iron moulder
     Blaklie, Joseph, van driver
     Houston, Wm., gardener
     Houston, Miss M. A., dress maker
     Murray, Mrs.
     Kennedy, John
     Matier, Andrew
     Morrison, Robert, grocer
     Craig, Hugh, shoe maker
     Dickie, John, iron moulder
     Campbell, Robert, grocer
     Armstrong, Robt., iron moulder
     McAlla, Wm., carpenter
     Conolly, William, smith
     Matier, Mrs.
     Farlie, Thos., watch maker
     Henryville National School
     Schofield, Anthony, seaman
     Boal, Robert, grocer
     Scully, James, plumber
     McKay, Mrs.
     Coil, John, whitesmith
     Cunningham, M., flax buyer
     Burdoe, John, lapper
     Hewitt, Mrs.

WOODSTOCK

   1. Holden, James, linen yarn merchant
   2. McVicker, John, merchant tailor and clothier
   3. Houston, John
   4. Campbell, Mrs. Mary

GROVEFIELD

  Scott, Rev. William

JOCELYN COTTAGE

   Campbell, The Misses