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1861 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1877 - 1880 - 1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1910 - 1918   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 )

HAGAN'S COURT
Grattan Street

small houses

HALDANE STREET
off Agnes Street

twenty four small houses

HALLIDAY'S ROAD
Antrim Road

   ~  James Ritchie, gentleman, Seaview Cottage.
   ~  Miss Getty.
   4  John White, labourer.
   6  Jane Hunter.
   8  James Brown, gardener.
   1  Thomas Dickson, gardener.
   3  James Dunlop. store keeper.
   "   James Walsh, labourer.

HALLIDAY'S ROW
off Halliday's Road

twelve small houses occupied by labourers

HAMILL'S COURT
off Hamill Street

six small houses

HAMILL STREET
off Barrack Street

   ~  Wm. Watt & Co., grocers.
   4  Mrs. Crawford, dealer.
 12  Bernard McIlroy, grocer.
                    sixteen small houses
 36  James Magennis, stone cutter.
 38  Henry McCaul, labourer.
 40  F. Hughes, labourer.
 42  Mrs. McCrea.
 44  Mrs. McNally.
 46  Patrick Ram, labourer.
 48  Bernard Colligan, labourer.
 50  John Colligan, labourer.
 52  Michael Nolan, car driver.
 54  James Copeland, mechanic.
 45  John Rodgers, glass cutter.
 43  John Kearney, labourer.
 41  Mrs. O'Hara.
 39  Hugh Dogherty, grocer.
 37  John Davis, labourer.
 35  Charles Burns, dealer.
 33  Patrick Quin, carter.
 31  Bernard Boyle, hackler.
 29  Patrick Monaghan, labourer.
 27  Edward Connor, labourer.
 25  David Stewart, butcher.
 23  James Sharkey.
 21  Bridget McGlone.
 19  Owen Magee, labourer.
 17  Alexander McDowell, grocer.
 15  James Hagan, labourer.
 13  Thomas Rafferty, labourer.
 11  Mary Quinn.
   9  Patrick McAtee, labourer.
   7  Michael Quinn, labourer.
   5  James Brown, shoe maker
3&1  Aaron Rogan, spirit dealer.

HAMILTON'S COURT
57 High Street

   ~  rear entrance of McCullough & Totten's premises, 53
       & 55 High Street.
   ~  J. Anderson & Co., bell hangers, gas fitters and
       Venetian blind manufacturers.
   ~  John Porter's rent office.
   ~  rear entrance to McCrory's Hotel, Pottinger's Entry.
   ~  John Riddel & Son (successors to Edward Porter & Son),
       iron, steel, tin plate and cast iron merchants.
   ~  Musgrave Brothers, warehouse Lee & Son's workshop.

HAMILTON PLACE
off Stephen Street

eight small houses

HAMILTON PLACE WEST
Boundary Street
formerly Hamilton Place

   1  J. Farrel, baker.
   3  William Barr, weaver.
   5  Mrs. Young.
   7  Stephen Houston.
 11  Mrs. Jennings, dealer.
 13  Wm. Moore, gardener.
 15  Wm. Patterson, mechanic.
 17  Wm. Taylor, watch man.
 19  Bernard Woods, stone cutter.
 21  Yard.
 23  Robert McPherson, stone cutter.
 25  John Kenny, rent agent.
 27  Wm. Smith, plasterer.
 29  Thomas Cooke, carpenter.
 31  Wm. Leslie, labourer.
 20  David Gibson, carpenter.
 18  Robert Smith, plasterer.
 16  Sarah Taylor, washer woman.
 14  James McQuillan, teacher.
 12  Wm. McGartland, labourer.
 10  Andrew Crookshanks, labourer.
   8  James Jackson, hackler.
   6  Cinnamond May, brick layer.
   4  Mary Armstrong, reeler.
   2  A. Sillers, carpenter.

HAMILTON STREET
Cromac Street to Joy Street

   1  VACANT
   3  Alex. McDonald, mahogany and timber merchant.
   "   M. Harper; office, Victoria Street.
   "   Hamilton Street National School.
   5  Miss Collins.
   7  Miles Sheehy, printer.
   9  John Kidney.
 11  Miss Rice, dress maker.
 13  Miss Reid.
 15  Convent of Mercy.
17&19  VACANT.
 21  Miss Riddell, dress maker.
 23  VACANT.
 25  Mrs. Sinclair, boarding house.
 27  Mrs. Cullin, boarding house.
 29  Mrs. Browne, boarding house.
 31  VACANT.
 33  G. Boyle, teacher of modern languages.
 35  D. Clements, clerk.
 37  Henry Kingsmill, in Charley & Malcolm's, Donegall Quay
 34  Miss Brown's School.
 32  Miss Margaret Clarke.
 30  Miss. D. Campbell.
 28  Misses E. & M. Stitt's School.
 26  Mrs. Bruce.
 24  G. N. McBean.
 22  Saml. McVicker, of J. McVicker 7 Sons.
 20  George Halliday, clerk.
 10 (18) Rev. Samuel Livingstone.
 16  Mrs. McKibben.
 14  Mrs. Montgomery.
 12  Thomas Morrison, printer.
 10  Thomas John Robb.
   8  John Clark, clerk.
  ~  Wm. Purkeston, clerk.
  ~  James Nichol, provision curer.
   6  Miss Barry.
   4  John McKinney, tailor.
   2  John McGough, printer.

HAMMOND'S COURT
Corn Market

   ~  Thomas Kane, green grocer and fruiterer.
   1  William Annesley, green grocer.
   3  James Close, butcher.
   5  George Thompson, barber.
  ~  William Woods, barber.
   7  Margaret Meenan, fish monger; sheds, Castle Market.
 10  John Graham, flour dealer.
   8  Wm. Annesley, green grocer.
   6  Robert Walls, cheese monger.
   4  Richard Thompson, publican.
   2  James Bradley, fish monger, residence, Joy Street.
   "   Thos. Means, poulterer.
  ~  Sig. Piccione & E. Birnie, artists.

HANNA'S COURT
off Shankill Road

   ~  Francis Hanna, spirit dealer.
        twelve small houses

HANNA'S LANE
Greenland Street, Shankill Road.

twenty small houses

HARDING'S COURT
off Harding Street

seven small houses

HARDING STREET
North Queen Street

1&3  B. King, spirit dealer.
5&7  Mrs. McCrory.
    9  Mrs. Doherty.
  11  Patrick Sherlin, labourer.
  13  Wm. McKenzie's stabling yard.
  15  Wm. Petticrew, ship carpenter.
  17  Wm. Gorman, shoe maker.
  19  Wm. Whiteside, labourer.
  21  Wm. Mackenzie, car owner.
  23  Joseph Shaw, labourer.
  25  Thos. Creen, ship carpenter.
  27  Edward Devlin, labourer.
  29  Samuel Winnard, labourer.
  31  James McCullough, labourer.
  33  Mrs. Johnston.
  35  Thos. McVeigh, cooper.
  37  A. McNally, spinning master.
  39  Robert Cunningham, servant.
  41  Edward Quin, carter.
  43  Mrs. Rafferty.
  45  Samuel Anderson, labourer.
  47  Mrs. Scott.
  49  Mrs. Gordon.
  51  Alexander Smith, carter.
  53  Wm. Purvis, labourer.
  55  Eliza Daly.
  57  John McCartenay ( McCartney) labourer.
  59  Robert McCoubry, carpenter.
  61  John Dickson, reeling master.
  63  Henry Burley, hackle maker.
  65  Henry McMinn, sawyer.
  67  Mrs. Murray.
  69  Edward Liddy, labourer.
  71  Robt. Lemon, plasterer.
  73  Samuel Gillespie, labourer.
  75  Wm. Irvin, carpenter.
  77  James McCullough, labourer.
  79  Francis Redpath, labourer.
  81  George Kearns, carpenter.
  83  James Martin, carpenter.
  85  Francis Robinson, porter.
  87  Thomas Kennedy, mill worker.
  89  Wm. J. McCullough, fireman.
  91  Wm. McCord, port curer.
  95  Wm. Doherty, servant.
  97  Mrs. Herdman.
  99  Michael Dolan, labourer.
101  Joseph Shaw, labourer.
103  Martha Glover, power loom dresser.
105  Joseph Reed, constable.
107  Mrs. Brackenridge.
109  James Patterson, labourer.
111  Hugh Montgomery, labourer.
113  Wm. Coote, labourer.
115  Hugh Blair, labourer.
117  Wm. Harbison, labourer.
  84  Thos. Jordan, ship builder.
  82  Andrew McKinly, labourer.
  80  James Moan, labourer.
  78  Thompson Roberts, boot and shoe maker.
  76  Thomas King, night watch man.
  74  Charles McGuigan, mill worker.
  72  John McKenna, labourer.
  70  Patrick McCormick, mason.
  68  Mrs. Sheals.
  66  William John Mulholland, mill worker.
  64  John McCann, gardener.
  62  Henry McCall, labourer.
  60  Samuel McKnight, labourer.
  58  Hugh Quinn, mill worker.
  56  John Corbett, mill worker.
  54  Peter Milligan, labourer.
  52  Thos. Kelly, boiler maker.
  50  Mrs. Magill.
  48  Mrs. McCann.
  46  Thomas Clarke, grocer.
  44  VACANT
  42  John Reid, labourer.
  40  Thomas Crowe, labourer.
  38  Mrs. McClure.
  36  Mrs. Dubois.
  34  G. McCausland, labourer.
  32  Mrs. Moore.
  30  Robert McCarroll, weaver.
  28  John Morton, fireman.
  26  Ellen Kennedy.
  24  Wm. Hall, labourer.
  22  John Gibson, plasterer.
  20  Michael Loughran, labourer.
          VACANT GROUND
  14  Peter Toner, labourer.
  12  Wm. John McClurg, porter.
   "    Wm. Herd, labourer.
  10  James Hughes, labourer.
6&8  John Corker, hackle manufactory.
    4  VACANT
    2  David Ferguson, mechanic and spirit dealer.

HARMONY LANE
Little Brunswick Street, Dublin Road

   2  Bernard Haughey, weaver.
   4  Samuel Pollock, weaver,
   6  John Luke, weaver.
   8  David Hamilton, weaver.
 10  Mrs. Cahoon.
   3  John Nelson, tailor.
   1  Samuel Paxton, flax dresser.
   "   Wm. McKnight, constable.

HARMONY PLACE
Dublin Road

   7  Matthew Kennedy, spirit dealer.
   9  John Hamilton, clerk.
 11  Samuel Fleming, boot and shoe maker.
 13  Thomas McBlain, bookkeeper in Ulster Railway.
  "    Miss Houston.
 15  R. McNeilly, dress maker.
 17  Mrs. Ainsworth.
 19  Thomas Bradshaw, overseer in Mr. Kennedy's factory.
 21  John Booth.
 23  Mrs. Rutledge.
 25  Alexander Hill.
 27  Mrs. S. Thompson.
 29  James Evans, pawn broker.

HARPER'S COURT
off Curtis Street

eight small houses

HARTLEY STREET
off Old Lodge Road

   1  Thomas Walker, grocer.
  ~  Patrick Liddy, fireman.
  ~  John McElese, mechanic.
  ~  VACANT
   3  John Crowe, stoker.
   5  Wm. McCluskey, smith.
   7  Denis McCrory, tobacco spinner.
   9  David Shaw, pork cutter.
 11  James Henry, weaver.
 13  Thomas Gibson, brass moulder.
 15  Owen Corrigan, pastry baker.
 17  A. J. Porter.
 19  John Coleman.
 21  Thomas Shannon, plumber.
 23  John McCutcheon, baker.
 25  Richard Quin, salesman
 27  John Burns, carpenter.
 29  Michael Leonard.
 31  Wm. Crothers, carpenter.
 33  David Carson, carpenter.
 35  John Green, dealer.
 37  George Rankin, stone cutter.
 39  Alex. Beggs, carpenter.
 41  Robert Armstrong, smith.
 43  VACANT
 45  Mrs. McGivern.
 47  Mrs. Bell.
 49  M. Travers, labourer.
 51  Wm. Drennan, plasterer.
 53  Edward Hanney, mechanic.
 66  James Johnston, carpenter.
 64  John Graham.
 62  Thomas Mayne, mechanic.
 60  Hugh Davidson, carpenter.
 58  James Hamill.
 56  George Lovell, baker.
 54  Mrs. McMullan.
 52  VACANT
 50  Joseph Guinness, fireman.
 48  Wm. Robinson, sawyer.
 46  Robert Moore, baker.
 44  John Shannon, mechanic.
 42  Wm. Bishop, clerk.
 40  James Robinson, stone cutter.
 38  Robt. McCormick, stone cutter.
 36  James Howie, carpenter.
 34  Henry Patterson, car driver.
 32  Margaret Crawford, huckster.
 30  Anne Campbell, dress maker.
 28  Mrs. Armstrong, washer woman.
 26  Henry Brown, porter.
 24  John Kerr, labourer.
 22  Archibald Carmichael, labourer
 20  Samuel Bryson, letter carrier.
 18  John McClelland, joiner.
 16  Alex. Dalzell, carpenter.
 14  Wm. Henry, stone cutter.
 12  James McFatteridge ( McFetridge) tailor
 10  Patrick Gorman, bundler.
   8  Francis McCurry, carpenter.
   6  Robert Hunter, mechanic.
   4  John Barry, clerk.
   2  Peter McDonald, grocer.

HENRIETTA COURT
off Boundary Street

nine small houses

HENRIETTA STREET
Cromac Street to Joy Street

   1  Jane Jones, grocer and publican.
   3  Yard.
   5  Mrs. Mitchell.
   7  Mrs. Rice.
   9  Paul Hewitt, carpenter.
 16  Moses Brown, dealer.
 15  Ann Johnston, bonnet maker.
 17  Anne McIlroy.
 19  Chas. Nelson, butler.
 21  Hugh Magee, car driver.
 23  Mrs. Crooks.
 25  Robert Jones, linen lapper.
 27  William Anderson, carpenter.
 29  Wm. Wells, inspector of local police force.
 31  G. Rainy, grocer and car owner.
 30  John McGlone, carpenter.
 28  J. Davis, clerk.
 26  John O'Connor, porter.
 24  Wm. Dunn, clerk in H. & W. Seeds.
 22  Margaret Johnston, dress maker.
 20  Wm. Ward, brick layer.
 18  Mrs. White.
 16  Thos. Cumming, jun., stone cutter.
 14  R. Foster, lithographic printer.
 12  Jas. McKittrick, chief constable.
 10  Margaret McMullan, grocer.
  "    John Cosgrove.
   8  Mrs. Hull, grocer.
   6  Thomas Lynas, stone cutter.
   4  Mrs. Whisker.
   2  John Lenaghan, coach painter.

HENRY LANE
off Henry Street

three small houses

HENRY PLACE
Antrim Road

   ~  James Lynch, dealer.
   ~  John McDuff, seeds man
   ~  F. J. Hopkirk, bookkeeper.
                   several small houses
   ~  New Burying Ground.
   ~  Casino - Major Tydd.

HENRY SQUARE
off Green Street

sixteen small houses

HENRY STREET LITTLE

twenty six small houses

HENRY STREET
from Corporation Street to North Queen Street

    1  George Clotworthy, of the firm of Clotworthy & Pinkerton,
        ship brokers, insurance agents and general merchants,
        Tomb Street.
    3  Mrs. Hunter.
    5  Wm. Spiller, Belfast Bank.
7,9&11  Kinghan & Co., provision merchants; Mr. Kinghan's
        residence, 7 Henry Street.
  13  Kinghan & Co.'s stores.
  15  William Dale, auctioneer and hotel proprietor.
            {   Nelson Street intersects  }
  27  Samuel Crawford, builder.
  ~   Vine Lodge - VACANT
31&33  Joseph Magill, general merchant.
  35  Samuel Shaw, superintendent of ballast delivery.
  37  Samuel McMillen, pawn broker.
  39  J. McCormick, spirit dealer.
  41  Samuel McMillen, pawn broker; residence, 37 Henry St.
  43  John H. Wilson, sewed muslin manufacturer.
  45  Richard Waring's stores
        {  York Street intersects  }
   ~  The York Street Flax Spinning Company's Mills and offices;
       John Mulholland's residence, Craigavad; N. D.
       Crommelin's, Greenville, Ballymacarrett; O. B. Graham,
       Craigowen.
106  Charles Murray, grocer.
104  Martin Grant, labourer.
102  John Nelson, labourer.
100  John Williams, labourer.
        eight small houses
  94  Samuel McCall, gas fitter.
  78  John Doody, shoe maker.
  72  Patrick Henry, grocer.
  70  G. Thompson, ship wright.
  68  John Thompson, fancy box maker.
  66  George Gibson, seaman.
  64  Wm. Gault, school master.
  62  Robert Patrick, pawn broker.
  60  Thomas Sloan, boiler maker.
  58  James Gibson, mariner.
  56  Andrew Simms, carpenter.
  54  John Mitten, grocer.
              four small houses
  48  Arthur Purse, builder, grocer and spirit dealer.
        {  York Street intersects  }
   ~  Richard Waring's provision store.
  42  Mrs. Owen, pawn broker.
  40  Michael Callan, carpenter.
  38  Margaret Moreland, grocer.
  36  Mrs. Gillespie.
  34  Wm. Armstrong, architect.
  32  Margaret Potts, spirit dealer.
  30  Abel Gamble, stone yard.
  28  James Wilson, jeweller, High Street.
  26  Wm. E. Prenter, tea and commission agent.
  24  James Smith.
  22  Mrs. Reid, boarding house.
    8  Stores of Richardson Brothers & Co.
    6  John Sevenerton, manager for Richardson Brothers & Co.
    4  Robert Hamilton, manager for Richardson Brothers & Co.
    2  VACANT

HERCULES PLACE
Castle Place to Hercules Street

   1  R. T. McGeagh & Co., wholesale woollen & Manchester
       warehouse.
   3  Wm. Boyle, clothier.
   5  Wm. Stokesberry, butcher.
   7  James Cooney, butcher.
   9  James Hamill, hair dresser.
 11  Wm. McCormick, stationer.
 13  Jonathan Gordon, butcher.
 15  John Davey, butcher.
 17  Rose Rice, confectioner.
  "   Mrs. Hoy, leech importer.
 19  Hugh Campbell, butcher.
 21  Loughlin Davey, butcher.
 23  Joseph Patterson, picture frame manufacturer.
 27  L. Russell, bonnet maker.
 29  James Roney, butcher.
 31  John Hanlon, provision dealer.
 33 James Whisker, butcher.
 10  Alex. Griffith, clothes dealer.
   8  VACANT
   "   James Mawhinney, hair dresser.
   6  William Fulton, saddler.
   4  Patrick Campbell, pawn broker.
   2  Catholic Institute News room.

HERCULES STREET
Hercules Place to North Street

   1  Arthur Hamill, butcher.
   3  John Magee, butcher.
   5  James Davey, butcher.
   7  Patrick Mooney, butcher.
   9  M. & J. McNamee, clothes dealer.
 11  James Burns, butcher.
 13  James Davey, butcher.
 15  John Murdoch, cork cutter.
  "    Patrick Branagh, butcher.
 17  David Branagh, butcher.
 19  Charles Davey, butcher.
 21  John McAreavy, butcher.
 23  David Logan, butcher.
 25  James Davey, jun., butcher.
 27  Forster Green's stables.
 29  John Maginnes, hide, wool and sheepskin buyer.
 31  John McGovern, butcher.
 33  Mrs. Rice, butcher.
 35  Denis Foley, butcher.
 37  James Burke, butcher.
 39  Samuel Shaw, butcher.
 41  Wm. Davey, butcher.
 45  Mrs. Boston, butcher.
 47  Thos. Parker, butcher.
 49  Patrick McKee, butcher.
 51  John McSorley, butcher.
 53  John Burke, butcher.
 55  Charles Howard, butcher.
 57  James Kavanagh, butcher.
 59  Henry Moore, butcher.
 61  Patrick Fox, butcher.
 63  back entrance to White Cross Inn stable yard.    cont.  ^ >

           HERCULES STREET   continued
 65  VACANT
 67  Samuel Jelly, butcher.
 69  Michael Boyd, butcher.
 71  Patrick McAnally, butcher.
 73  John McCosker, butcher.
 75  John Morrell, butcher.
 77  John Franklin's slaughter house.
 79  John Davey, butcher.
 81  Thomas McMahon, butcher.
 83  Hugh Moore, butcher.
  "    Charles Franklin, butcher.
85&87  James Rice, butcher.
 89  John Davey, butcher.
 91  Thomas McKee, butcher.
  ~  James Brady. spirit dealer
  ~  Adam Duncan, spirit dealer.
 88  S. & R. Tate, soap and candle manufacturers.
 86  Thos. Harrison, clog and patten maker.
 84  VACANT
 82  VACANT
 80  Wm. Frazer, leather warehouse.
 78  Wm. Palfreyman, saw sharper.
 76  William H. Campbell, working jeweller.
 74  VACANT
 72  VACANT
 70  Owen O'Hara, clerk and grocer.
 68  VACANT Yard.
 66  Thomas Miller, butcher.
 64  John Gordon, butcher.
 62  Miss Morris, furniture dealer.
 60  Hugh Moore's slaughter house.
 58  P. McNally's slaughter house.
 56  Charles Franklin, butcher.
 54  James Hughes, cork cutter.
 52  W. Nolan, grocer and spirit dealer.
 50  Margaret Fleming, dealer.
 48  Mary Pritchard, dealer.
 46  J. McCullough, nailer.
 44  Patrick McCreight, card maker.
 42  Francis McEntee, grocer.
 40  James Ball, grocer and publican
 38  John Fullin, cork manufacturer
 36  James Close's yard.
 34  David Ferguson, butcher.
 32  Jane Magee, dealer.
 30  Gateway, John Magee.
 26  Wm. Anderson, grocer.
 24  Wm. Fagan, butcher.
 22 Thomas Boyland, butcher.
 20  William Gallagher, butcher.
 18  J. Sourly, butcher.
 16  James Drain, confectioner.
 14  James Mullin, spirit store.
 12  Francis Mellon, shoe maker.
 10  Wm. Fullin, cork manufacturer.
   8  James Savage, soap and candle manufacturer.
   6  William Hamilton, cork manufacturer.
2&4  Murray & Quinn, wine and spirit merchants.

HEMSWORTH STREET
McTeir Street

a number of small houses

HERDMAN'S BUILDINGS
Shankill Road

173  John Pinkerton, iron moulder.
175  Joseph Fulton, partner in Clonard print works.
177  Alexander Boyd, labourer.
179  Patrick Donaghy, calico printer.
181  Wm. Russell, calico printer.
183  Isaac Surinburn, buyer.
185  Wm. H. Smith, upholsterer.
187  Thos. Patterson, muslin agent.
189  James Martin, horse dealer.
191  Henry Taylor, clerk, post office receiving house.
193  Robert Kinney, tailor.
195  VACANT
197  James Drennan, foundry man.
199  Hugh Mallon, spirit store.

HERD'S COURT
off Curtis Street

three small houses

HIGH STREET
Castle Place to Queen's Square

    1  Wm. McComb, book seller, publisher and stationer;
        depository for Sunday School Society for Ireland; and
        registrar of marriages in Belfast district; residence, 7
        Clarence Place.
    3  Forster Green & Co., ( Golden Canister tea house ) tea
        and coffee dealers, grocers and spice merchants;
        residences; F. Green, Holywood; W. J. Nicholl, 5 College
        Square East.
    5  Mrs. McDonnell, tobacconist; residence, 17 Chichester
        Street.
    7  James Wilson, watch maker and jeweller; residence, 28
        Henry Street.
    "   J. Gordon Wilson, jeweller.
    "   H. J. McKittrick & Co., cap manufacturers.
    "   Alex. Mayne, printer, publisher of Belfast Almanac.
    9  Christopher Aitchison, publisher, stationer and book seller
        residence, 24 College Square North.
  11  George Hill, grocer and tea merchant.
  13  Edward Gribben, watch maker, jeweller &c.
15&17  Wm. Gilbert & Son, silversmiths, jewellers and watch
        makers, wholesale and retail; residence, Pakenham Pl.
  19  Thomas Scott & Co., cabinet makers, upholsterers and
        undertakers; Mr. Scott's residence, Sydenham.
  21  McGonical & Mack, wholesale haberdashers &c.
  23  Neill Brothers, watch and chronometer makers, jewellers,
        silversmiths and opticians;J. R. Neill's residence,Holywood
  25  J. R. Green & Co., ( China tea house )
27&29  Edward & George Pim, tea dealers, wine importers &
        general grocers; agents for Britannia Life Assurance Co.,
        residences, Edwd. Pim, Holywood; George C. Pim, 
        University Square.
  31  Henry Greer, book seller and stationer, cricket, archery
        and general fancy warehouse; residence, 2 College Sq.
        East.
  33  Belfast Apothecaries' Hall; Wheeler & Whittaker, proprietors
        residences; W. J. Wheeler, Holywood; Dr. Whittaker, 33
        High Street.
35&37  Thos. Hardy & Son, drapers, haberdashers, hosiers and
        Silk mercers; residence, Albertville, Crumlin Road.
  39  ? Ogston, confectioner.
  41  Thos. McCann, hatter and merchant clothier; Irish
        Woollen warehouse.
  43  Eliza Gilbert, watch maker, jeweller and silver smith.
  45  J. & J. A. Arnold, woollen drapers, clothiers and hatters;
        residence, J Arnold., Clarendon Place.
  49  John Wallace, watch maker, jeweller and silver smith.
  51  E. Thacker, stationer &c.
53&55  McCullough & Totten, woollen drapers, silk mercers &
        hatters; Henry McCullough's residence, 2 Kensington Pl.
  57  Lee & Son, jewellers, watch makers, silver smiths and
        opticians; residence, E. W. Lee, Windsor.
59&63  Musgrave Brothers, wholesale and retail ironmongers;
        proprietors of Ann Street iron works; residence, Drumglass
        Malone.
  61  Thomas H. Reilly, book binder, stationer & general
        printing office.
  65  J. & J. McLaughlin, tobacco manufacturers and grocers;
       John McLaughlin's residence, Holywood.
  67  Hugh Adair's general printing & publishing establishment;
        residence, Holywood.
   "    Wm. Marshall & Co., druggists and licentiate
        apothecaries.
  69  John Wright, draper, hatter &c.
  71  E. G. Monaghan, soap and candle warehouse.
  73  Wm. Reid, haberdasher.
      {   Church Lane intersects  }
  75  Wm. McCullough, clothier, merchant tailor and hatter;
        residence, Holywood.
   ~  St. George's Church; Rev. Wm. McIlwaine, incumbent.
  77  Eglinton Arms Hotel; James Mantell, proprietor.
   ~  J. F. Harbinson & Co., (corner of High Street and Victoria
        Street), jewellers &c; residence, Woodbine Cottage.
116  William Spackman (corner of High Street and 73&75
       Victoria Street), merchant tailor, draper and hatter.
114  F. M. Moore, chronometer, practical watch maker and
       Optician &c.
112  James McKee, pawn broker.
110  Francis Glenfield, chandler; residence, Cromac Park,
       Ormeau Road.
108  Mrs. J. A. Wilkinson, earthenware manufacturer, china &
       glass warehouse.
106  Mrs. Blake, boot and shoe warehouse.
104  Atkinson & Johnston, commission merchants.
  "    Robt. Hogg & Co., Staffordshire warehouse, glass, china
       and earthenware establishment.
102  Joshua Jones, boot and shoe maker; residence, 28
       Bridge Street.
100  Wm. Marshall & Co., (Belfast Medical Hall), surgeons,
       apothecaries, wholesale and retail druggists; residences,
       Wm. Marshall, Rathmore, Greenisland; Dr. Andrew
       Marshall, surgeon, Gortalee, Greenisland.
  98  T. Keenan, rope manufacturer.
  96  James Black, boot and shoe maker.
    {  Skipper Street intersects  }
  94  J. Byrne, boot and shoe maker.
  90  Wm. Gibson, boot maker &c.
90&88  Jas. McCullough, woollen draper and hatter.
86&84  Wm. Fox, haberdasher.
  82  VACANT
  80  John Neill, gun maker, fishing tackle warehouse and bird
        preserver.
  76  John Greenfield, wholesale and retail hosiery, haberdas-
        hery and woollen warehouse; residence, Jackson Hall,
        Holywood.
  74  James Keegan, tea, wine and spirit merchant; residence
       19 College Square East.
  72  Hugh Currie, iron monger and hardware merchant.
  70  Jane Fullerton, watch maker and jeweller.
  68  Wilson & Woods, woollen drapers, hatters and out fitters.
  66  J. & S. Lowry, jewellers and watch makers.
  64  Benjamin Chapman, chronometer, watch and clock
       maker.
  62  Wilson & Stephen, stationers.
60&56  Jas. Harkness, glass, china and delf warehouse.
  54  Jas. McCullough, grocer and tea merchant; residence,
        Dundonald.
52,50,48&46  John G. McGee & Co., (Pantechnetheca), 
        tailors, clothiers and general out fitters; woollen drapery
        and London hat warehouse; residence, 8 Donegall Sq.
        South..
  44  Jas. Girdwood, carpet, damask and room paper ware-
        house; residence, Clonavar, Sydenham.
         {  Bridge Street intersects  }
  40  Robt. & D. J. Patterson, wholesale and retail hardware &
        house furnishing ironmongery warehouse; residence, 6
        College Square North.
38,36&34  Robt. McKenzie, Scotch house; draper, silk mercer
        and haberdasher; residence, 247 Abbotsford Place.
  32  Thomas Wilson & Co., hosiery and trimming warehouse.
30&28  John Cinnamond & Son, boot and shoe warehouse;
        residence, 13 Arthur Street.
  26  Wm. Close, woollen draper; residence, 4 Carlisle Terrace
24&22  Albion Cloth Company; Robert Boag's residence, 6
        Upper Crescent.
  20  John McCann, tea dealer and family grocer; residence,
        2 Belvoir Terrace.
  18  Henry Murney & Son, East India tea warehouse, tobacco
        and snuff manufactory and importers of gun powder;
        residence, Tudor House, Holywood.
   "    Geo. Murney, wine merchant; agent for the colonial Life
        Insurance Co., & Kames# Gun powder Company.
16&14  Wm. Gilmore, tea dealer, grocer, wine and spirit
        merchant.
12&10  Forster Green & Co.'s store.
    8  Alex. Forrester, family grocer, tea, wine and spirit
        merchant.
4&2  Dickson, Farrell & Co., nursery men, seeds men and 
        florists; Belfast and Co. Down Nursery.

HILL STREET
Waring Street to Robert Street

1&3 Jane & Eliza Finlay, straw bonnet and millinery
       establishment.
   3  Charles Duffin & Co.'s store.
   5  Thos. McClure, provision dealer.
   7  Mrs. O'Donnell.
   9  Matthew Green, labourer.
 11  Robert Campbell, tailor.
 13  Jas. Curley, carter.
 15  Isaac Arrott's provision store.
  "    J. Henderson, cooper.
 17  William Hodgkinson, provision dealer.
  "    Ward & Hodgkinson, hackle manufacturers.
19&21  Thomas Mooney, provision dealer.
 23  Hill Hamilton's rent office; residence, Mount Vernon.
 25  Thomas Holmes, hatter.
 27  Mrs. McGannerty, dealer.
 31  VACANT
 33  James Boyd, spirit dealer.
 35  VACANT
 37  Matthew Nyle, hackle maker.
 39  Mrs. Finlay.
  "    Jas. Stephenson, tobacco spinner.
 41  Mrs. Calendar.
 43  James Donaldson, nailer.
 45  Ann Madden, huckster.
 47  Mary Maguire, dealer.
49&51  Jane McDowell, lodging house keeper.
 53  James McCann, brass founder.
 55  Daniel Weir, tailor and huckster.
 57  Jane Crowell, publican.
 42  Mrs. Thompson, grocer and spirit dealer.
 40  VACANT
38&36  James McCluskey, pawn broker.
 34  Hall door.
 32  VACANT
 30  Chas. Bradley, labourer.
 29  VACANT
 26  Moreland Brothers, flax, tow and yarn stores.
 24  James Ellis, store keeper.
 22  Thos. McKeown, carpenter.
 20  Henry Arthur's stores.
 18  Richard Quinn, spirit dealer.
 16  Andrew Curley, provision dealer.
 14  VACANT
 12  Sinclair Ramsey, haberdashery and trimming warehouse.
 10  Robert Atkinson, commission merchant, general agent &
       broker, bonded and commission stores and Patriotic
       Assurance office; residence, 2 University Square.
   8  John Reilly's yard.
   6  James Maguire, provision dealer.
   4  Alex. Lavery, publican.
   2  Elizabeth Walker.

HOBSON'S ROW
off Shankill Road

six small houses

HOLME'S COURT
off Verner Street

four small houses

HOPE'S COURT
off Millfield

fourteen small houses

HOPE'S PLACE
Melbourne Street

eight small houses

HOPE STREET
Breadalbane Place

   1  Miss Coates.
   2  Robert Taylor, clerk.
   3  S. Campbell, summons server.

HOPETON PLACE
Shankill Road, right side

   ~  James Blain, Hopeton damask manufactory.
  73  Saml. Johnston, grocer.
   "    A. Johnston, dress maker.
  75  Wm. McKee, mechanic.
  77  Martin Saulters, sales man.
  79  Wm. J. Morton, mechanic.
  81  John Blain's damask manufactory (offices and house)
   ~  John Blain, sen., damask manufacturer.
   ~  John Blain's damask weaving factories.

HOPETON STREET
off Shankill Road

   1  Robert Clements, brick layer.
   3  Robert Smith, pensioner.
   5  Mrs. Devlin.
   7  Robert Melvin, mechanic.
   9  Hugh Hagan, tailor.
 11  David Scott, shoe maker.
 13  James Armstrong, porter.
 15  James Martin, teacher.
 17  Hugh Blain, manager of J. Blain's manufactory.
 19  J. Campbell, scripture reader.
 21  James Boyd, time keeper.
 23  Isaac Swimburne,(Swinbourne) draper.
 25  Thomas Moody, mill manager.
 27  John Ray, shop man.
 29  John Munce, mechanic.
 31  James Longworth, mechanic.
 33  John Boyce, bookkeeper.

HOPEWELL STREET
off Shankill Road

twenty six small houses

HOWARD STREET
Donegall Square South to Fisherwick Place

   1  Dr. Gordon, surgeon.
   3  VACANT
   5  Geo. C. Hyndman, auctioneer, Castle Place.
   7  Jasper Macaulay, merchant; office & stores, Donegall Qy
   9  Mrs. Overend.
 11  Dr. Young, Collegiate School.
 13  Rev. James Morgan, DD.
  ~  Court house and Old House of Correction.
 16  VACANT
 14  Dr. J. Ferguson, professor in Queen's College.
 12  John Elliott & Co., linen and linen yarn merchants.
 10  VACANT
   8  VACANT
   6  Charles Peyton, gentleman.
   4  Dr. W. MacCormac, surgeon.
   2  Murray Suffern, gentleman.
  ~  Dunbar, McMaster & Co., and Dunbar, Dickson & Co.,
      linen and linen yarn and thread merchants, spinners and
      manufacturers, Gilford Mills.

HOWARD STREET NORTH
Falls Road to Shankill Road

   2  Gordon 7 Co.'s flax spinning mill; residence of Robert W.
       Gordon, 21 Falls Road.
  ~  George Washington Charters, of Gordon 7 Co. residence
       Easton Lodge, Cliftonville.
   4  Messrs. Gunning & Campbell's Mill; residences, H.
      Campbell, College Square North; J. Campbell, Mossley.
   6  Wm. Fleming, grocer.
   8  Mrs. Farr.
 10  Daly Doo, labourer.
 12  Jane Roney.
 14  Wm. Magee, keeper in Asylum.
 16  John Kerr, shoe maker.
 18  James McDowell, grocer and spirit dealer.
 32  John Mercer.
 34  Miss Smyth.
 36  J. Lynch, over looker in mill.
 38  Samuel Johnston, mill worker.
 40  John Sloan, mill worker.
 42  John Shearer, labourer
 44  Eliza Morrow, mill worker.
 46  Thomas Campbell, mill worker.
 48  Wm. Suffern, labourer.
 50  VACANT
 52  Mrs. Corr.
 54  John Farrell.
56&58  Wm. Duffy, spirit dealer.
 60  James McGowan, labourer.
 62  James Carmichael, labourer.
 64  Gateway.
 66 Thomas Lemon, mill worker.
 68  Arthur Officer.
   3  John Charters & Co.'s entrance for workers; residence,
       Ardmoulin House, Falls Road.
   7  Jas. Coombe & Co., Falls Foundry, iron founders and
       machine makers; manager, Jas. Barbour; residences,
       James Coombe, Holywood; W. Dunville, Richmond
       Lodge, Co. Down.
   9  Thomas Shaw, iron moulder.

HOWARD STREET SOUTH
off Cromac Road

twenty small houses

HUDSON'S COURT
off Hudson's Entry

six small houses

HUDSON'S ENTRY
off North Street

about forty houses

HUDSON'S STREET
off Shankill Road

   3  Wm. Arbuckle, cow keeper.
   5  Hugh Cassiday, mechanic.
   7  Thomas Murphy, brush maker.
   9  Hugh Wilkinson, painter.
 11  Wm. Arbuckle, sergeant-at-mace.
 13  Alex. Young, mechanic.
 15  Charles Smith, labourer.
 17  Samuel Donaldson, night constable.
 19  Robert John Roy, smith.
 21  Arthur Crawford, whip maker.
 23  Robert Glenn, night constable.
 25  J. Armstrong, night constable.
 27  Wm. Brown, cabinet maker.
 29  Thomas Halloway, baker.
 31  John Ledder, carpenter.
 33 James Bigger, pork cutter.
 35  Wm. Dunlop, labourer.
 37  Robt. McNight (McKnight) labourer.
 39  John Lynas, painter.
 41  Edward Courtney, worker in gas works.
 43  J. Gawley, labourer.

HUGHES'S BUILDINGS
Falls Road

   2  Alex. Dobbin, gentleman.
   4  John Moat, linen lapper.
   6  John Ball, rent agent.
   8  Wm. McKegney, flax buyer.
 10  Thomas Ward, pawn broker.
 12  Robert Smyth, watch maker.
 14  David Patterson, bookkeeper.
 16  Mrs. McNeill.
 18  VACANT
 20  Mrs. Steen, milliner and dress maker
 22  Mrs. Collins.
 24  Daniel Quin, salesman.
 26  James Finucane, excise officer.
  ~  B. Hughes, model bakery and mill.

HUME'S COURT
Ludlow Street

five small houses

HUMPHREY'S COURT
Brown Street

three small houses

HUNTER'S PLACE
Blackstaff Road

a few small houses adjoining John Fullerton's and James McCracken's brick fields.

HUNTER'S ROW
New Lodge Road

eleven small houses

HURST STREET
off Sandy Row, right side

   7  John Caruth, foreman carter in Ulster Railway.
   5  Samuel McCullough, carter.
   3  Francis Borland, labourer.
   1  Edwd. Winnington, brush maker.
 15  John Adamson, labourer.
 23  Owen Carlin, grocer.

HUSS STREET
off Agnes Street

four small houses

HUTCHINSON STREET
off Stanley Street

   1  H. Laverty, publican.
   3  Mrs, Kamick.
   5  David Magill, porter.
   7  Jane Beattie.
   9  Thos. McKee, porter.
 11  Robert McAllister, clerk Ulster Railway.
 13  David Windrum, labourer.
 20  Wm. Park, grocer.
 18  Andrew Donaldson, law clerk.
 16  Mrs. McCullough.
 14  John Kearns, weaver.
 12  Wm. George, labourer.
 10  Mrs. Stitt.
   8  Mrs. Rainey.
   6  Joseph Forsyth, weaver.
   4  Matilda Dixon, grocer.
   2  T. Reynolds.

HUTTON'S COURT
off Verner Street

four small houses

HAVELOCK STREET
off Ormeau Road

   1  John Johnston, white smith.
   2  Isaac Mark, clerk.
   3  Wm. Mackay, clerk.

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