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1861 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1868 - 1877 - 1880 - 1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1910 - 1918 - 1943   street directories
1913 Tel. directory     1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)    1894 Waterford Directory     1898 Newry Directory

 

STREETS - ALPHABETICALLY

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

 

GABLE STREET
Greenland Street to Boundary Street

1&3  Back Yards
   5  William J. Tyrell, labourer
   7  Charles Morrison, labourer
   9  Yard
 11  VACANT

GAFFIKIN'S ROW
off Sandy Row

ten small houses

GALWAY COURT
off Galway Street

six small houses

GALWAY STREET
off Durham Street

about twenty small houses

GAMBLE STREET
Corporation Street to Donegall Quay

   1  John McTear, grocer and spirit dealer
   3  Margt. Mariot McDowell, boarding house
   5  Wm. Larimer, boarding house
   7  George Moffett, grain merchant
   9  Jas. Fraser, provision merchant
 11  Robert Mulholland, spirit dealer
 13  Michael Patten, boarding house and spirit grocer
 15  Michael Hall, boarding house
 17  James Mackrell, boarding house
 19  David McDonald, Caledonian Hotel
        {  Tomb Street intersects  }
21,23 & 25  Edward Coey, provision merchant; residence,
      Merville.
 29  Charles Duffin's flax store, rear entrance
 33  Andrew Crozier, refreshment rooms
 35  J. Blakely, Crown and Anchor Hotel
 38  George C. Pim & Co.'s stores
 36  Eliza Kerr, boarding house
 34  William Mackreth, Globe Hotel
32&30  John Davis, spirit dealer
 28  Mrs. Brown, spirit dealer
 26  Catherine McAlister, commercial lodging house
 24  Hugh McQuillan, spirit dealer
 22  Alexander Dunlop, spirit dealer
        {  Tomb Street intersects  }
 20  Richd. McSherry, tavern keeper
 18  Mrs. Hayes, huckster
16&14  William Turner, tailor
 12  J. Clotworthy, barber and hair dresser
 10  James McLarnon, hair dresser
  ~  John Coil, tailor
   8  John Sweeny, cooper
4,2&3  John McLoughlin's spirit store

GARDEN STREET
off Meadow Street

four small houses

GARDINER STREET
Brown Street to Peter's Hill

 25  James Twigley, grocer
 43  Peter Hughes, grocer and spirit dealer
 32  Edward Ferguson, pawn broker
 30  William McIlroy, publican
 28  Robert Thompson, grocer
22&20  James Duff, publican
 10  Hugh Robinson

the remainder small houses

GARMOYLE STREET
North end Corporation Street

   3  Hugh Corbett, butcher
   5  George Rodgers, printer
7&9  J. Bead, seamen's clothier
 11  Patk. McKenna, seamen's clothier
 13  Thos. Carrigan, marine store
 15  Hugh Maybin, grocer
 17  VACANT
 19  George Doran, maritime teacher in the Model School.
 21  David Murphy, ship builder
 23  H. Thompson, bonnet maker
 25  Charles Wilson, clerk
 27  William Brogan, labourer
 29  N. Blaney, boot and shoe maker
  ~  Messrs. Coates' foundry in course of erection
  ~  Steam Saw Mills; Robt. Corry, proprietor
 54  A. Connell, ship builder
 52  William Elliott, miller
 50  W. Backett, carter
 48  Robert Henry's provision store
 46  David Ferguson, mechanic
 44  John McManus
 42  Thomas Denby, gentleman
 40  Adam Carrigan, spirit dealer
 24  Samuel Houston, ship owner
  "   E. & A. J. Thompson, grocers and spirit dealers
  "   James Bradford, ship owner
 22  Mitchell & Moore, block and pump makers
 20  Robert McNally, teacher of navigation
 18  Joseph Croft, grocer and spirit dealer
 16  Samuel Boyd
 14  Joseph Thomson, grocer and spirit dealer
 12  James McCormick, grocer, wine and spirit dealer
 10  Richd. Dickey, butcher and ship victualler
   8  VACANT
   6  John McCartney's general smith works
   4  Mrs. Smith
   2  Hugh Savage, spirit dealer

GARSTON STREET
off Little York Street

   1  James Peyton, sea captain
   3  John Canavan, sawyer
   5  Mary Ann McDade
   7  Adam McCreight, labourer
   9  A. Irvin, (Irvine) stone cutter
 11  Margaret McClure
 13  Thomas Anderson, labourer
 15  John Griffis, sailor
 17  Wright Lutton, worker in starch yard
 19  Charles Reavy, ship carpenter
 21  Thomas Keenan, brick layer
 23  Mrs. Smyth
 16  John Keenan, sawyer
 14  William Donaldson, smith
 12  Charles McGaghy, carpenter
 10  James Blakely, stone cutter
   8  Hugh Patterson, quay worker
   6  John Fruid, tailor
   4  Alex. Parker, quay worker
   2  Mr. Lynch, clerk
 10  Robert Lemon, ship carpenter
   6  William Smith, baker
   4  John Kirkpatrick, labourer
   2  Mrs. Eslie

GASKIN PLACE
M'Tier Street

five small houses

GAVIN'S COURT
Shankill Road

   1  Mrs. McDowell, widow
   2  Mrs. Cowan, white worker
   3  Daniel McAuley, labourer
   4  George Scott, brick layer
   5  Gawn Saunderson, labourer
   6  A. Hewett, constable
   7  D. Keys, labourer
   8  Charles Smith, labourer

GAVIN STREET
Falls Road

A number of small houses

GEORGE'S COURT
Frederick Street to York Lane

eighteen small houses

GEORGE'S LANE
from Chichester Street to William Street South

1&3   J. McNeilly, stabling yard and carman's inn
   5  Brown & Son, horse shoers and farriers
   7  John H. Gowan, general broker, auctioneer and agent
       for the European Life and General Livestock Insurance
       Company; also Arthur Place; residence, 138 York Street
   9  James Farrell, gilder
 11  Mrs. Glasgow, green grocer, 12 Castle Market
 13  John Blades, coach maker
 15  Anne McAfee
   8  Wm. Bathurst's Coach factory
12&14  John Cockburn, grocer
 16  Charles Blackwood's stores and slaughter house
 18  side entrance to James Low's spirit store
 20  Store

GEORGE'S STREET GREAT
Corporation Street to North Queen Street

    1  Jane Arnold, haberdasher and seamen's outfitter; Post
        Office receiving house.
    3  James Frazer, provision store, Gamble Street.
    5  James P. Corry & Co., timber merchants and ship
        owners; residence, 4 Upper Crescent.
    "   Joshua O'Neill, bookkeeper.
    7  James Roden, marine dealer.
    9  Patrick Roden, marine dealer.
  11  W. & J. Campbell, provision merchants; residences; Wm.
       Campbell, 8 Donegall Square West; John Campbell, 188
       York Street.
       {   Nelson Street intersects  }
   ~  Presbyterian Church; Rev. T. Toye, minister.
  13  The Manse; Rev. Thos. Toye.
  17  VACANT
  19  Blakely & Jamieson, stone cutters.
  27  Alexander Irvine, stone cutter.
  29  J. Wilson, stationer; shop. 62  High Street.
  31  George Donnan, sea captain.
  33  Mrs. Clarke.
  35  Mrs. Innis.
         {  Little York Street intersects  }
  37  Rev. Benjamin Turnock, minister of Salem Church.
         {  York Street intersects  }
  55  VACANT
  61  Mrs. Campbell.
  63  Jas. Connor's residence.
  65  Jas. Connor's timber and stone yard.
  67  John Craig.
69&71  John Lowry, builder.
130  James Hughes, militia man.
128  Rose Ann Craigon, provision dealer.
124  Mrs. Burns.
122  Thomas Colgan, hackler.
120  James McMichael, constable.
118  Denis Magennis, painter.
116  John Anderson, porter.
114  James Norris, grocer.
112  Wm. Patterson, carpenter.
110  James Walls, labourer.
108  George Nelson, publican.
106  Hugh Peake's stabling yard.
104  Henry Stewart, builder.
  "    John Ross, builder.
102  Chas. Ward, scripture reader.
100  John Orr, office, 19 Waring Street.
  98  John Sloan, commission agent.
  96  Richard Harden, traveller.
  94  Malcolm McCracken, boot maker.
      {  Bridge Street  }
  92  Mrs. Martin.
  90  H. Boyd, painter.
  88  Wm. Graham; office, 98 York Street.
  86  J. Mitchell; shop, 3 Donegall Place Buildings.
  84  Thos. Silly, captain of steamer.
        {  York Street intersects  }
  76  John McMahon, news vendor, book seller and circulating
       Library.
  74  Wm. Wilson, spirit dealer.
  70  P. Magee's timber yard.
  68  Michael Smith, spirit dealer.
    {  Little York Street intersects  }
  66  Sam. McKinley, provision dealer.
60&58  George Murdock, smith and machine works.
56&54  Thos. Byrne, builder.
52&50  Jas. Roden, marine store.
  46  Robert Shannon, moulder.
  44  Joseph Neill, grocer.
  42  Hugh Shaw, stabling yard.
  40  Hugh Shaw, spirit dealer.
        {  Nelson Street intersects  }
  38  John Kirker, grocer and publican.
   "    Mrs. Henessey.
  36  William John Roche, muslin warehouse man.
  34  John Scott, contractor.
  32  S. W. Campbell, grocer, Ann Street.
  30  James Cochrane, ship owner.
  28  Nelson & Bryson, provision store.
  26  McCullough & Filson, Phoenix flour mills.
  22  VACANT YARD
  20  J. Tedford, ship chandler, 7 Donegall Quay.
  18  Joseph C. Pinkerton, Hanoverian and Sardinian consul of
        the firm of Clotworthy & Pinkerton, merchants, Tomb Street.
  16  London Printing and Publishing Company; A. Croxford,
       agent.
  14  James Reid, provision store.
  12  Wm. Gelston, tobacconist; shop, Skipper Street.
  10  Chas. Dalton, Belfast Bank.
    8  J. Vance, clerk.
    6  J. Gibson; office, 33 Church Lane.
    4  Duncan McCraig, engineer.
    2  Thos. Cairns, publican.

GEORGE'S MARKET
Chichester Street

   1  Thomas Binghan (Bingham) butcher.
   2  George Magee, butcher.
   3  Henry Leathem, butcher.
   4  Thomas Wilson, butcher.
   5  John Magee, butcher.
   6  James Munce, butcher.
   7  Edward Dickey, butcher.
   8  James Savage, butcher.
   9  John Laverty, butcher.
 10  Robert Munce, butcher.
 11  James Brady, butcher.
 12  John Scott, butcher.
 13  Henry Dickey, butcher.
 14  John Loughran, butcher.
 15  James Lyttle, butcher.
 16  Alexander Hill, weigh master.
 17  Hans Tayford, butcher.
 18  Wm. Spence, butcher.
 19  Henry Dickey, butcher.
 20  Thomas Lavery, butcher.
 21  Henry McConnell, butcher.
 22  Thos. Dickey, butcher.
  "    John King, butcher.
 24  John Spence, butcher.
 25  Joseph Dickey, butcher.
 26  Henry Laverty, butcher.
27 to 33  VACANT

GEORGE'S STREET LITTLE
West side York Street

   1  John Donaldson, black smith.
   3  Joseph Wood, tenter.
   5  J. Smith, ship carpenter and grocer.
   "   T. Froude, grocer.
   7  J. Evans, labourer.
   9  J. Waterson, chandler.
 11  Hugh McCormick, smith.
 13  Robert Harper, grocer.
 15  Walter Deveney, constable.
 17  John Johnston, labourer.
 19  John Berry, sailor.
 21  James Cumming, labourer.
 23  Wm. Stewell, mill worker.
 25  John Donaghy, porter.
 27  Patrick Grahame, porter.
 29  Eliza McDowell.
 31  VACANT
 33  J. Hennesy, car owner and grocer.
 35  Arthur Boyd, boatman
 37  Archibald McBride, labourer.
 39  Nancy Christie, washer woman.
 41  Alex. Black, ship carpenter.
 43  Edward Magee, sailor.
 45  John Clements, sailor.
 47  Stewart Wilson, clerk.
 49  John McDowell, grocer.
 50  Mrs. Marsden.
 48  James McAleer, pork cutter.
 46  Edward Leech, plasterer.
 44  Isaac McFerran, ship wright.
 42  Samuel May, sailor.
 40  Patrick Moore, tailor.
 38  Patrick Branagan, labourer.
 36  John O'Neill, sawyer.
 34  John McDowell, chandler.
 32  Andrew Thompson, labourer.
 30  Mrs. McAleer.
 28  Daniel Kane, mill worker.
 26  Catherine McLoughlin, grocer.
 24  James Conner, builder and saw mills (back entrance).
 12  Wm. Toland, lamp lighter.
 10  J. Rogan, grocer and spirit dealer.
   6  Thomas McCartney, grocer and spirit dealer.
   4  Robt. Wiggins, black smith.
   2  E. & Jane Wiley, boarding house.

GIBB'S COURT
Alexander Street, off Frederick Street

eleven small houses

GILBERT'S COURT
off Alexander Street

five small houses

GILFORD STREET
Falls Road

   1  Charles Coates, of Staunton Coates & Co., carpet warehouse
       Donegall Place.
   3  James Savage, baker.
   5  Hugh Agnew, mechanic.
   7  Owen Kerr, stationer, Castle Place.
   9  Henry Burns, mill worker.
 11  John McMinn, miller.
 13  Edward Hughes, baker.
 15  Robt. Mallon, flax dresser.
 17  Peter Fyfe, engineer.
 19  James Aird, brush maker.
 21  James Heffernon, clothier.
 23  Robt. Knox, boot and shoe maker.
 25  John Connor, brick layer.
 27  John McDonald, bleacher.
 29  Joseph Fulton, rougher.
 31  Joseph Henderson.
 33  Patrick Kane, labourer.
 35  Daniel McLarnon, hackler.
 37  James Smith, black smith.
 39  Henry Turner, clerk.
 41  John Mulholland, grocer &c.
 30  John Magee, grocer.

GLASSHOUSE STREET
Boyd Street to Gardiner Street

   1  Patrick Davison, grocer.
   3  VACANT
   5  Samuel Christie, labourer.
   7  John Stewart, constable.
   9  Matthew Barr, porter.
 11 John Herd, baker.
 13  Thomas McQuiston, labourer.
 15  YARD
 17  James Miller, tailor.
 19  George Bell, carpenter.
 21  Neill McNeill, brick layer.
 23  Samuel Purdies, bill distributor.
 25  John Stoops, constable.
 27  Joseph Burns, labourer.
 24  Alice McCann, widow.
 22 James Leathem, cooper.
 20  John McFadden, pensioner.
 18  Bernard McKeown, mechanic.
 16  John Leech, painter.
 14  Wm. Smith, baker.
 12  David Moorehead, porter.
 10  Thomas Hyndman, labourer.
   8  James Crane, plasterer.
   6  John Downey, starch maker.
   4  Mrs. Nicholl.
   2  VACANT.

GLENALPIN STREET
off William's Place

   8  Robert Kerr, tenter in weaving factory.
 10  Mrs. McCara, nurse tender.

GLENBURN ALLEY
off Sandy Row

fifteen small houses

GLENFIELD
at end of Glenfield Place

   6  David Curry.
   8  James McFadden.

GLENFIELD PLACE
Ormeau Road

   1  A. Kirker, Cromac Street Bakery.
   2  Joseph Bain, rectifying distiller; office, Seymour Lane.
   3  Mr. Matier.
   4  Mrs. Bottomley.
   5  Mrs. Reed.
   6  Edward C. Irwin, commission agent; office, Ann Street.
   7  A. Lyle, distiller and wine and spirit merchant; office,
      Donegall Street.
   8  Rev. G. H. Wilson.

GLENGALL STREET
West side Great Victoria Street

   1  Isaac Murphy, mill owner.
   2  Dr. Seaton Reid.
   3  Mrs. Mackey.
   4  J. Stavely, traveller.

GLENGALL STREET
Great Victoria Street to Durham Street

   2  District Recruiting Office; inspecting field officer, Colonel
       Brunker.
  ~  Stores and office vacant
  ~  Enclosed ground
  ~  Ulster Railway Co.'s stables
  ~  Samuel Graeme Fenton & Co., warping warehouse.
 49  Wm. Hamilton, cork manufacturer.
 51  Wm. Massey, coal factor.
 53  Miss Hamilton.
 55  Mrs. Griffen.
 57  Wm. Webster.
 52  Wm. Ashton's side entrance.

GLENTILT PLACE
back of New Court House, Old Lodge Road

   2  Robert Shaw; office, Donegall Street.
   4  Robt. McCleery, bookkeeper.
   6  Thomas McNair, writing clerk.
   8  Thomas Deeble, engraver.
 10  Wm. Shaw; office, Curtis Street.
 12  George Scott, bookkeeper.

GLENTILT STREET
Court Street to Agnes Street

   1  Mrs., Ann Fox, widow.
   3  Henry Kelly, clerk.
   5  Thomas Flinn, mechanic.
   7  John McCaghern, mill worker.
   9  John Mawhinney, mill worker.
 11  Peter Mooney, spinning master.
 13  James Hughes, flax dresser.
 15  Michael Mulholland, labourer.
 17  Jas. Keeffe, overseer of roads.
 19  Ellen Darling, dress maker.
 21  Wm. Scott, carpenter.
 23  Thomas Mattrick.
 25  James Ward, sailor.
 27  John Dunne, brick layer.
 29  Wm. Johnston, printer.

GLOUCESTER STREET
from Great Edward Street to Montgomery Street

   1  Miss Anderson's hall door.
   3  John Brown, sen., builder, Chichester Street.
   5  VACANT
   7  John Goodman, linen lapper.
   9  Wm. Thompson, cabinet maker.
 11  Kennedy Stewart, boot maker.
 13  Mrs. Murney.
 15  VACANT
 17  Adam Smirl, clerk.
 19  Mrs. Nelson.
 21  Mrs. Mooney.
  "    Mr. Lynch, professor of dancing.
  "    Miss Lynch, teacher of music.
 23  Wm. Matthewson.
 25  Wm. Mulryne, coach builder, 7 Montgomery Street.
 46  Robert Frew, clerk.
 44  M. Campbell, dress maker.
 42  Wm. McKenna, veterinary surgeon; bazaar, May Street.
 40  D. Mark, grocer, Skipper Street.
 38  Mrs. Colgan.
 36  George Douglas, book seller.
 34  John Noble.
 32  John Worthington, accountant.
 30  Northern Coach Factory; Wm. Miller & Sons, proprietors.
  "    Wm. Miller's residence.
 28  Mrs. Shoebridge.
 26  Mrs. McCann.
 24  James McCutcheon, leather merchant, Ann Street.
 22  Mrs. Corry.
 20  Michael Mulryne, coach maker.
 18  Mrs. Margaret Galway.
 16  George McCleave, saddler.
 14  Wm. Gilliland, clerk.
 12  VACANT
 10  VACANT
   8  Richard Clarke, waiter and servants' registry office.
   6  Robt. Hayes, dealer.
  ~  New Market Horse Repository; Denis Smith, proprietor,
   4  Eliza Bell, lodging house.
   2  Eliza Berry, lodging house.

GORDON STREET
Hill Street to Corporation Street

   1  James Boyd, spirit store.
   3  Saml. Bradley's yard and stables.
   5  Miss Anne Bradley, lodging house keeper.
   7  Wm. Sloan, porter.
   9  John Martin, painter.
 11  Francis Gelston, cooper.
 13  James Smith, plasterer.
 15  Anne Thompson.
 17  VACANT
 19  Andrew Gibson.
 21  back entrance to H. McCay's stores.
 23  John Steenson, dealer.
 25  Jane McDowell, board and lodging house.
 27  VACANT
42&40  John Beattie, spirit dealer.
 38  Agnes Gibson, dealer.
 36  Patrick McCrory, porter.
 34  Robert Doheran, tobacco spinner.
 32  Bernard Duff, painter.
 30  VACANT
 28  James Watson, compositor.
 26  Mrs. Young.
 24  James McCord.
 22  Mrs. Andrews.
 20  Wm. Hamilton, labourer.
 18  Yard and stables.
 16  James McGuirk, fireman.
 14  Sarah McGuigan.
 12  Thomas Gibson, shoe maker.
 10  VACANT
   8  Wm. Hall, lithographic writer.
   6  R. Ferguson, turner.
   4  James Black, servant.
   2  J. Johnston, nailer &c.

GOUDY'S COURT
William Street South

nine small houses

GORMAN'S COURT
North King Street

six small houses

GRACE STREET
Hamilton Street to Henrietta Street

   1  VACANT
   3  Thomas Cross, japanner.
   5  Wm. Rankin, clerk.
   7  John McAteer, coach wheeler.
   9  Robert Hennesy, coach painter.
 11  Wm. McKee, clerk.
 13  J. Campbell, night constable.
 15  Samuel Nicholl, pork cutter.
 17  H. Doherty, linen lapper.
 19  Mrs. Martin, grocer.
 21  Yard.
 23  Mrs. M. Campbell, plume manufacturer and hearse trimmer.
 26  Henry Marshall, ship carpenter.
 24  VACANT
 20  VACANT
 18  John Donaldson, butler.
 16  Robert Clarke, labourer.
 14  George Park, brass founder.
 12  Robert McKinley, plumber.
 10  Bernard Canulty, sawyer.
   8  Wm. Marshall, night constable.
   6  Samuel Ogle, mechanic.
   4  John Webb, flax dresser.
   2  John L. Anderson, baker.

GRAHAM'S ENTRY
off High Street

   2  VACANT
3&5  back entrance to J. Bradley's oyster house.
   6  VACANT
   8  Andrew Downey, labourer.
 10  Arthur Smyth, labourer.
 12  S. Purcell, hatter.
 13  Wm. Bains, carman
 15  Mrs. Kane, dealer.
 18  Jane Cary, lodgings.
 20  Denis Sullivan, pensioner.
 21  Samuel Johnston, shoe maker.
 22  Mrs. Allen.
 24  VACANT
 26  Patrick Quinn, servant.
  ~  Hugh Graham, hat manufactory.
  ~  Mrs. Miller.
  ~  Colosseum, Edwd. Shearer, proprietor.

GRATTAN COURT
off Grattan Street

   1  Patrick Cooke, fireman.
   3  Mrs. McSherry.
   5  Wm. J. Spence.
   7  James Heney.
   9  Robert Thompson, labourer.
 11  Hugh Larmour, labourer.
 13  Mrs. Barklie.
 15  Wm. Bell, porter.
 20  John Brown, labourer.
 18  C. Orrell, labourer.
 16  Mrs. McCarroll.
 14  Mrs. Level.
 12  Ann Flannagan, lodgings.
 10  Michael McKenna, coal trimmer.
   8  George McGaghey, brick layer.
   6  Arthur Malone, clerk.
   4  Robert Chambers, shoe maker.
   2  A. Bell's yard.

GRATTAN PLACE
between 45 & 47 Grattan Street

   1  Wm. Walker's office.
   3  John Yeates, seaman.
   5  Mrs. Lamb.
   7  John McTear, porter.
   9  James Carlisle, labourer.
 11  Mrs. Hare, huckster.
 14  Michael Goodman, dealer.
 12  Matthew Dougherty, sailor.
 10  Jas. McGovern, omnibus driver.
   8  Stafford Hanna, shoe maker.
   6  Mrs. Haughey.
   4  Anna Jane Thompson, lodgings.
   2  Margaret Hester, flowerer.

GRATTAN STREET
Gordon Street to Green Street

   1  McIntyre & Patterson's flax stores.
   3  Hamilton, Megaw & Thomson's grain stores.
   5  VACANT
   7  Wm. Haughey, boarding house.
   9  Wm. Gribbin, labourer.
 11  John Greer, cooper.
 13  Jane McCarroll, boarding house.
 15  Thomas Stirrett, smith.
 17  Margaret Kearney.
 19  Alex. Hamill, labourer.
 21  George Lappin, marine dealer.
 23  Archibald Bell, cow keeper.
 25  Malcolm Duff, cooper.
 27  James McCabe, marine dealer.
 29  Robert McLean, grocer.
 31  Rose Ann Mooney, lodgings.
 33  James Loughran, boot closer.
 35  Joseph Smith.
 37  Joseph Corrigan, carter.
 39  James Blakely, seaman.
 41  James McKenzie, painter.
 62  J. McCartan, wine and spirit dealer.
 60  VACANT
 58  Wm. Clarke, shoe maker.
 56  Edward McGuigan, labourer.
50, 52 & 54  Jas. McKenna, grocer and spirit dealer.
48&46  VACANT
 44  Malcolm Duff, cooper.
 42  Patrick Clarke, seaman.
40,38 & 36  Hugh McClean, rag store and huckster.
 34  John Campbell, labourer.
 32  Wm. Allen, grocer.
 30  George Clarke, labourer.
 28  John Bailie, shoe maker.
 26  R. Fulton, weigher in butter market.
 24  Richard McMullan, carman.
 22  John McNally, canvas weaver.
 20  Mrs. McNally.
 18  James Maitland, labourer.
 16  James Skene, tan yard.
 14  VACANT
 12  Charles Devlin, weaver.
 10  James Lockhart, labourer.
   8  Alexander Leitch, shoe maker.
   6  Mrs. Pelan, boarding house.
   4  Mrs. Foster, boarding house.
   2  J. Beattie, Corn Exchange Tavern.

GREEN'S COURT
North side of Green Street

   1  George Bowles, labourer.
   3  Lewis Massy, stokerer.
   5  Steel Laverty, porter.
8,6,4 & 2.  VACANT

GREENLAND STREET
Cargill Street to Shankill Road

   1  John Rea, brass founder.
   3  Wm. John Ferguson, baker.
   5  John Smith, pensioner.
   7  James Officer, labourer.
   9  Farley Hughes, shoe maker.
 11  Samuel Gordon, brush maker.
 13  Mrs. Dickson.
15&17  Yard.
 19  Mary McConnell, mill worker.
 21  William Hinchey, smith.
 23  Charles Morrison, carman
 25  Wm. Tully, tailor.
 27  John Blain, labourer.
 29  Samuel Crossgrove, carter.
 40  Michael McLarnon, labourer.
 38  Ann Anderson.
 36  John Jennings, labourer.
 34  John Evett, shoe maker.
 32  Bernard McConnell, stoker.
 30  Mrs. Ross.
 28  Wm. Taylor, porter
 26  Robt. Boyd, labourer.
 24  James Young, store man
 22  John Hawthorn, soap boiler.
 20  Mrs., Finlay.
 18  J. Kelly, cooper and tinsmith
 16  Thos. Shields, flax dresser.
 14  J. Ewing, grocer and spirit dealer.
 12  David Bodel, labourer.
 10  Daniel McCoy, plumber.
   8  Alex. Dalzell, cabinet maker.
   6  Robt. Lappin, shoe maker.
   4  William Nelson, clerk.
   2  Yard.

GREEN STREET
Corporation Street to Academy Street

  82  John McCullough, dealer.
  80  Joseph Holland, alabaster works.
78,76&74  VACANT
  72  Wm. Todd's gateway.
70&68  William McGreevy, marine store.
  ~  Gateway entrance to public weigh bridge  ~
  66  John Nelson, cooper.
  64  Courtland Cumming, carpenter
  62  Jas. McGartland, jobbing smith.
  60  John Hill, sailor.
  58  Robert Brady, labourer.
  56  Charles Kelly, labourer.
  54  Robert McQuoid, seaman
  52  Patrick Smyth, labourer.
  50  Daniel Neeson, marine dealer.
  48  Mrs. Jenkins.
  46  Owen McMahon, plasterer.
  44  Henry Magill, lodging house.
  42  Joseph Cranston, porter.
  40  Jane McNeill, widow.
  38  Andrew Roy, seaman.
  36  Patrick Gales, porter.
  34  Robert Whiteside, labourer.
  32  Ellen McCafferty, widow.
  30  VACANT
  28  Owen Murray, ship owner and grocer.
  26  A. Maguire, provision dealer.
  24  Daniel Lynch, quay worker.
  22  Samuel Thompson, porter.
  20  Daniel Robinson, dealer.
  18  Daniel Dugan, sail maker.
  16  Michael Tagarty, cooper.
  14  David West, shoe maker.
  12  Samuel McNeilly, porter.
  10  side door of R. Dunlop's flour store.
    8  side door of McGlade's grocery and spirit store.
    6  VACANT
    4  Samuel Wilson, porter.
    2  Joseph Rea, baker.
    1  Daniel Lamp.
    3  James Mallon, shoe maker.
    5  H. Morrison, grocer.
    7  Hanna Neill.
    9  John Hudson, labourer.
  11  Patrick Gillespie, labourer.
  13  VACANT
15&17  Rean & Stevenson, grocers.
  19  Martha Hanna, eating house.
21&23  Wm. McCluney, lodging house.
  25  Hugh McCormick, huckster.
  27  Margaret Lynn.
  29  Jane Forrest.
  31  Hugh Cullen, shoe maker.
  33  Hugh Cullen, spirit grocer.
35&37  John Leathem, labourer.
  39  Thomas O'Rorke, weaver.
  41  Andrew Gibson, seaman.
  43  James Barker, labourer.
45&47  Wm. Canning, cooper.
  49  William Colburn, grocer and hay dealer.
  51  John Sanford, labourer.
  53  Isaac Coburn.
  55  John McWood, cooper.
  59  Peter Kane, nailer.
  61  Denis Kane, nailer.
  63  James O'Neill, labourer.
  65  Wm. McNally, labourer.

GUTTER ALLEY
off Green Street

a few small houses

GREGG'S LANE
West Street to Samuel Street

eleven small houses

GROSVENOR STREET
Falls Road to Durham Street

   2  Joseph McCullough, grocer &c.
   4  James Hamilton, tenter.
   6  James Creighton, sail maker.
   8  Hugh Clanny, silk dyer.
  11  James Lynas, grocer.
   9  John Galway, carpenter.
   7  John Lyons, brick layer.
5,3&1  Jas. Scholes, mechanic.

GROVE STREET
North Queen Street to York Street

  80  Wm. McCleery, mechanic.
  78  John Pearce, boiler maker.
  76  David Harbison, factory worker.
  74  James Beattie, labourer.
  72  Wm. Clements, foundry man.
  70  Samuel Sturgeon, carpenter.
  68  Archibald Auld, labourer.
  66  Henry Burns, ship carpenter.
  64  Mary Campbell, mill worker.
  62  Wm. George, ship carpenter.
  60  James Griffen, mechanic.
  58  Samuel Smith, seaman.
  56  Patrick Laverty, labourer.
  54  Wm. Owens, labourer.
  52  John Moffet, carpenter.
  50  Edward Hall, fireman.
  48  George McCaldin, constable.
  46  Robt. Petticrew, ship carpenter.
  44  Alex. Kerr, plasterer.
  42  Samuel Dickey, seaman.
  40  Mary Marshall.
  38  John Shepherd, labourer.
  36  Wm. Kelly, stone cutter.
  34  Patrick McGrath, shoe maker.
  32  Thomas Coote, quay labourer.
  30  Eliza Lennox.
  28  Wm. Emerson, mechanic.
  26  James Noble, sawyer.
  24  Alexander Kerr, labourer.
  22  James Brittan, smith.
  20  John Robinson, clerk.
  18  Samuel Johnston, labourer.
  16  George McConnell.
  14  Wm. Boyd, ship carpenter.
  12  Andrew Ferris, watch man.
  10  Mary Dornan, widow.
    8  Robert Gamble, carpenter.
    6  Patrick McCluskey, shirt cutter.
    4  John Cunningham, smith.
    2  Luke Donnelly, boiler maker.
    1  John Bell, stone cutter.
    3  Bernard Campbell, labourer.
    5  James Bracegirdle, clerk.
    7  Reynold Johnston, labourer.
    9  Adam Prenter.
  11  Hugh Lewis, porter.
  13  James Moore, day constable.
  15  James Walker, fireman.
  17  Thomas Sturgeon, labourer.
  19  James Burke.
  21  John Walker, ship joiner.
  23  Thos. Greene, ship carpenter.
  25  Henry Devlin, engineer.
  27  Mrs. McAtamenay.
  29  James Sheals, cooper.
  31  Mrs. Hughes.
  33  Robert Ewing, mechanic.
  35  John Hughes, labourer.
37&39  Thomas Gilliland.
  41  John Martin, labourer.
  43  John Johnston, carpenter.
  45  Michael Markey, coast guard.
  47  James Coulter, store man.
  49  John Irwin, mechanic.
  51  James Creen, ship carpenter.
  53  Mrs. Magennis.
  55  Jas. Frazer, lithographic printer.
  57  Robert Beggs, sawyer.

 

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