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1868 Belfast 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

 

Index

A   B   C   D   EFG   HIJK   L   M   NOPQ   R   S   TUV   WY

go to Mc

You will see in red letters where the little people lived, those not listed because their rent was under a certain amount

Magee's Lane
Off Great George's Street

       Seventeen small houses

Malcomson Street
Off Waterford Street

                                 [left side]
       Burton, Edward, traveller and dealer
       Kimmonds, Richard, carter
       McFarland, Thos., laborer
       Brady, James, hackler
       Magee, David, laborer
       Megarry, John, weaver
       Well, Mrs.
       O'Loane, John, laborer
       Durnaghan, John, laborer
       Mullan, Felix, laborer
       McCann, Wm., factory worker
       Hewitt, Joseph, pork cutter
       Donnelly, Peter, laborer
       McKee, John, laborer
       Quinn, Thomas, hackler
       Scott, James, porter
       McMillen, Mrs.
       Geddis, Robert, rougher
       Kilpatrick, Mrs.
       McLoughlin, John, laborer
       Hayes, Thomas, laborer
       Devlin, Mrs. Margaret
                              __________

                                [right side]
       Anderson, W. J., engine man
       Aicken, Mrs.
       Harland, Thos., flax dresser
       Kayes, Robt., brass fluter
       Lavery, Mrs.
       Galway, A., foreman laborer
       Davis, Samuel, laborer
       Clarke, Robert, laborer
       Burns, Edward, hackler
       McMann, W., cloth measurer
       Cheevers, Francis, yarn drier
       Allen, Wm., web beamer
       Woods, Robert, shoe maker
       McGonnell, Mrs. Mary
       Gilfillan, David, hackler
       McKenna, Thos., store man
       Linden, Thomas, laborer
       Cupples, James, flax dresser
       McMurray, J., grocer and spirit dealer

Malone Place
Off Lisburn Road

   2. Stephenson, James, woollen draper
   3. Edgar, Wm., oil merchant, and commission agent
   4. Dillon, James
   5. Johnston, John, brewer's traveller
   6. Thompson, Margaret
   7. Crosby, Jane
   8. McClement, Margaret
   9. Seaver, Jane
 10. Hendry, Robert, commercial traveller
 11. Rutherford, John, grocer's assistant
 12. Roulston, Ellen
 13. McNally, Fanny

Malone Terrace
Continuation of Malone Place

 14. Wright, Hanna
 15. McIntyre, Anna
 16. Birch, Richard, manager of Ulster Weaving Co.
 17. Brown, Sarah Ann

Malone Road
Botanic Gardens to Edenderry
[left side]

       Cunningham, Jas., car owner
       Malone Nursery - Alexander Threlkeld
                              Chlorine Place
   1. Andrews, Samuel, wholesale grocer
   2. Walkington, D. B.
   3. Magee, James R., linen merchant
                             Chlorine House
       Crawford, Alex., chemical starch and soap maker
                              Chlorine Villa
       Crawford, James W., starch manufacturer
                               The Cottage
       Davis, Francis - "The Belfast-Man"
       Four small houses
       Johnston, Richard, posting establishment and furniture remover
       Richardson, Jas., car driver
                             Sandfield House
       Vacant
                               Lennoxvale
       Sherrard, Edward
                               Sans Souci
       Lindsay, Robert, J.P.
       White, John, gardener
                                Coolavin
       Weinberg, Julius (of Moore & Weinberg)
       Hamill, Wm., gardener
                             Gaffikin's Row
       Munn, William, laborer
       Atkinson, Miss
       Gaffikin, Mrs.
       McMaster, Wm., laborer
                                 Cherryhill
       Ward, Thomas, secretary County Down Railway
                          Mountpelier House
       Wrixon, Rev. John
                        Mountpelier Cottage
       Gilmore, Thomas
                                Nottinghill
       Cowan, Edward Porter, wine and spirit merchant
       Yonge, C. D., Professor in Queen's College
       Collins, Wm. M., solicitor
                                Clanwilliam
       Barbour, Saml., flax spinner and bleacher
       Stevenson, R., gardener
                                 Beaumont
       Atkinson, Robt., merchant, agent and broker
       Carson, John, gardener
                               __________

       Sayers, William
       Allen, William, carter
       Allen, Mrs., laundry
                               Belvoir View
       Sayers, John, farmer
                              __________

       McKenna, Charles, spirit dealer
       Hunter, J., grocer
       Twelve small houses
       Campbell, Henry, spirit dealer
                               Rowanvale
       Chapman, John, farmer
       Chapman, Greer, farmer
                                __________

       One small house
       Carmichael, Samuel, cartwright and general carpenter
       Gray, Hugh, blacksmith and farrier
       Ten small houses
                             Newforge House
       Ferguson, James, bleacher
       Newforge Bleachworks - J. Ferguson
                              __________

                                [right side]
            Edenderry to new Wesleyan College
       St. Ellen's Works (Shaw's Bridge) Spinning and Weaving Factory - John Shaw Brown, proprietor; John Morris, manager - office, 6 Bedford Street
                            Edenderry House
       Brown, John Shaw
                         Ballynahattan House
       Russell, Frederick
                            Malone House
       Legge, William Wallace
       Curry,. Wm., land steward
                              __________
       Rusk, William, farmer
                            Malone Cottage
       Trelford, David, farmer
                              __________

       Allen, John, farmer
       St. John's Church
                              Church View
       Waugh, George, farmer
                              __________

       Hamilton, Hugh, saddler
       One small house
                               Fern Cottage
       Henderson, The Misses
                               Malone Park
       Henderson, Robt., merchant and steamship owner
                                 Myrtlefield
       Vacant
       Three small house
                            Osborne Cottage
       Adams, Mrs.
                                 Maryville
       Montgomery, Thos., banker
                                Cranmore
       Templetown, Mrs.
                                 Thornhill
       Wilson, Robert Mackay
                            Drumglass House
       Musgrave, John, hardware merchant
                              Richmond Hill
       Aikin, Arthur, farmer
                           McQuiston's Row
       Hillock, Henry, coachman
       Doran, John, laborer
       Sloane, James, laborer
       Mereland, Jas., shoe maker
       Gelston, Robert, laborer
                           Adelaide Lodge
       Vacant
                               Laurel Bank
       Howden, Charles, nurseryman and florist
                           Derryvolgie House
       Green, Forster, tea merchant
                                 Clink Hill
       Gray, James, smith, farrier, wheelwright, and spirit dealer
       Five small houses
       Orr, Thomas, spirit dealer
                                  Eglantine
       McDonnell, Thomas, Q.C.
                       Wellington Park House
       Tate, George
                              __________

       New Wesleyan College

Malvern Street
off Shankhill Road

   1. Crawford, A., spirit dealer
   3. Bell, Joseph, shoe maker
   5. Keenan, Jacob, carter
   7. Smith, John
   9. Brown, Samuel, laborer
 11. Wheelan, James, engraver
 13. Branagh, James, laborer
 15. Campbell, Wm., laborer
 17. McBride, John, carter
 19. Sheppard, Mary Jane
 21. Duncan, Jane
 23. Gordon, Henry
 25. Loughlin, Allan, store keeper
 27. Gribbon, Edward, brick layer
 29. Johnston, S., leather cutter
 31. Johnston, Matilda
 33. Murphy, Richard, staff-sergeant, Antrim Rifles
 35. Vacant
 37. Manson, George, tinsmith
 39. Cobb, Margaret
 41. Nelson, James
 43. Cairns, Wm., carpenter
                               __________

 88. Holland, John, spirit dealer and grocer
       Ten houses building
 66. Cooke, John, carpenter
 64. Greer, John, traveller
 62. King, John, sales man
 60. Lyons, Mary
 58. Clarke, Catherine
 56. Bothwell, Stewart, servant
 54. McCracken, John, bottler
 52. Malvern Street N.S.
 50. Lamb, Wm., mechanic
 48. Rolston, Oliver, laborer
 46. Clugston, Hugh, laborer
 44. Beggs, William
 42. McCormick, William
 40. McConnell, Henry, overseer
 38. Stewart, J., porter
 36. Atkinson, Charles, Venetian blind maker
 34. Nichol, Andrew, compositor
 32. McDougal, Thomas, lithographic printer
 30. Kennedy, Margaret, grocer
 28. Jackson, Angus, shoe maker
 26. Burns, Ann
 24. Sheals, Mrs.
 22. Wylie, John, baker
 20. McConnell, John, block printer
 18. Linny, John, shoe maker
 16. Minniece, Martha
 14. Vance, Robert, tailor
 12. Gilmore, Eliza
 10. Simpson, Thomas, engineer
   8. Thomson, Edward
   6. Boyd, Andrew, laborer
   4. Ferson, Thomas, laborer

Malvern Street Upper
Hemsworth Street to Conlon Street

   1. Stephenson, Robert, grocer
   3. Bailey, John, porter
   5. Carroll, Margaret
   7. McConnell, James, laborer
   9. Kidd, Joseph, scavenger
 11. Graham, Robert, watchman
 13. Brown, William, laborer
 15. Thompson, Hugh, laborer
 17. Ferguson, James, laborer
 19. Adgey, William, laborer
 21. Graham, Samuel, porter
 23. Hewitt, Thos. J., porter
 25. Lee, John, laborer
                               __________

 30. Law, William, porter
 28. Craig, Mrs.
 26. Sherrard, Robert
 24. Givinsby, Anna
 22. Simpson, John, hatter
 20. Bloomer, James, waiter
 18. Nodwell, Fanny
 16. Millar, James, block printer
 14. Murray, Chas., overlooker
 12. Newberry, John, baker
 10. Gray, Wm., laborer
   8. McCleery, Robert, laborer
   6. Connor, James, gardener
   4. Adgey, Wm., laborer
   2. Megarry, Henry, porter

Mansfield Street
off Shankhill Road

1 & 3. Thompson, T., grocer
   5. Ryan, Wm., waiter
   7. McNeilly, James, carpenter
   9. Anderson, Wm., laborer
 11. Kennedy, Jane
 13. Lunny, Thomas, laborer
 15. McGonigal, Mary
 17. Brown, James, baker
 19. Simms, Mrs.
 21. McCann, Daniel
 23. McGrath, John, carpenter
 25. Dickson, John, carter

Maria Place
off M'Tier Street

   1. Boardman, W., shoe maker
   3. Lynn, Thomas, smith
3. Thompson, Edwd., dairy
   5. Carson, Alex., gas fitter
   7. Vacant, two stories
   9. Vacant, two stories
 11. Montgomery, W., carpenter
 13. Armstrong, Robt., carpenter
 15. McBroom, Thomas, laborer
 17. Houston, James, car owner
 19. Johnston, Alex., carter
 21. Lynn, Henry, smith
 23. Scott, Robert, tailor
 25. Johnston, John, laborer
 27. Gillespie, Thomas, laborer
 29. Scott, William, carpenter
 31. Burton, Robert, laborer

Marine Street
Ship Street to Nelson Street

   1. Welsh, William, farmer
   3. Menagh, H., engine driver
   5. Robinson, J., marble cutter
   7. Nesbitt, Thomas, laborer
   9. Meek, James, baker
 11. Mullan, Henry, blacksmith
 13. McCurdy, Samuel, turner
 15. Collins, William, fireman
                               __________

 78. Arbuckle, Mrs. Elizabeth
 76. Breeze, Alfred, seaman
 74. McGahey, James, carpenter
 72. Hall, William, sawyer
 70. Davis, David, carter
 68. Mulholland, John, clerk
 66. McVeigh, Alex., caulker
 64. McConnell, Charles
 62. Reid, William, seaman
 60. Russell, John, laborer
 58. Phillips, James, laborer
 56. Lennon, Mrs. Ann
 54. Shields, Mrs. Ellen
 52. Darragh, T., blacksmith
 50. Ellis, George, seaman
 48. Campbell, Edward, seaman
 46. Scholfield, William, laborer
 44. Roulson, W., house painter
 42. Gilmore, J., coach painter
 40. Black, John, plater
 38. Wylie, Robert, fireman
 36. Crothers, John, ship steward
 34. Storey, Mrs. Ellen
 32. Doo, George, plater (Don, Hugh, plater in 1877)
 30. McCracken, J., store keeper
 28. Dunlop, Robert, grocer
 26. Hunter, Samuel, seaman
 24. Williams, Saml., blacksmith
 22. Edwards, Thos., pensioner
 20. McIlheany, Mrs. Margaret, stewardess
 18. Dougherty, E., mechanic
 16. Clarke, James, caulker
 14. Whiteside, Henry, caulker
 15. (12) Evans, Mrs. Jane
 10. Makie, James, joiner (Mackie, James, joiner in 1877)
   8. Corbett, Henry, carter
   6. Erwin, Mrs. Ann
   4. Todd, James, mechanic
   2. Green, Mrs. Ann

Mariner's Court
off Verner Street

Five small houses

Market Street
May Street to Eliza Street

   1. Cleland, James, spirit dealer
3, 5 & 7. Isles, Robert, chaff and corn stores
   9. Sheals, Patrick, lodging house
 11. Murphy, Eliza, dealer
 13. O'Hara, William
 15. Simpson, Henry, dealer
 17. Twigley, James
 19. Johnston, David, nailer
 21. Boyce, John, fowl dealer
 23. Keegan, James, water man
 25. Dorrian, Robert, painter
 27. Connor, Mrs.
 29. McRoberts, James, smith
 31. Campbell, James
 33. Back entrance to S. Quigley's flour store
 35. Dorman, John, laborer
 37. Murphy, Mrs.
37. O'Hare, James, hay and straw yard
 39. Doyle, John, brick layer
 41. Rafferty, James, fowl dealer
 43. McCoey, James, laborer
 45. Henry, Michael, laborer
 47. Martin, John, carter
 49. Nesbitt, John, laborer
 51. Vacant shop, two stories
 53. Hinds, Mary, dealer
 55. Yard of R. Turney
 57. McGibbon, John, weaver
 59. McAlister, Daniel, laborer
 61. Back entrance to Francis McGlade's spirit store
 63. Sturgeon, Thomas, laborer
 65. Blaney, C., dealer
 67. McIlroy, Daniel, laborer
 69. Kelly, Bernard, carter
69. McManus, Daniel
 71. Rooney, Alexander, cooper
 73. Austen, Patrick, laborer
 75. Vacant shop, two stories
 77. Vacant house, two stories
 79. Reid, Mrs.
 81. McKeown, John, laborer
   "   Cunningham, Joseph
   "   Cunningham, J., compositor
 83. Watson, Wm., carpenter
 85. McConnell, Samuel, sawyer
 87. Back entrance to Gardner's bakery
 89. Cammock, Wm., clerk
 91. Skey, Terence, laborer
 93. McDonald, P., pensioner
 95. Kerr, William, laborer
 97. Brannan, James, corn dealer
                               __________

 96. Bell, William, porter
 94. Shanks, R., overlooker
92 to 88. Wheeler & Co.'s Aerated Water Works
 86. Warren, C., laborer
 84. Vacant shop, two stories
 82. Campbell, Mary, dealer
 80. Rice, Mrs.
 78. McKinley, James, carter
 76. McCollough, Mrs.
 74. Cosgrove, Wm., porter
 72. Kirkpatrick, C., dealer
 68. McIlroy, Rose
 66. Finton, Mrs.
 64. Robinson, William
 62. McBride, Mrs.
 60. Coogan, James, laborer
 58. McKeown, Robert
 56. Quinn, Charles, laborer
 54. Higginson, George, laborer
 52. Vacant house, two stories
 50. McLea, Mrs.
 48. Dorrian, Mary
 46. Grinnan, C., dealer
 44. Harvey, John, dealer
 42. Mullan, Francis, laborer
 40. Smith, Hugh, dealer
 38. Smith, Patrick, laborer
 36. McGeoghegan, Hugh, dealer
 34. Carson, James, coal dealer
 32. Cosgrove, Mrs., dealer
 30. McCracken, Mrs., dealer
 28. Carson, Mary
 26. McNally, John, dealer (McAnally, John, porter in 1877)
 24. McCarty, Charles, sawyer
 22. Byrne, Mrs.
18 & 20. Cleland, Jas., stables
 16. Cotter, Wm., nailer
 14. Johnston, D., nailer
 12. Laverty, James, laborer
 10. McDonnell, Bridget, dealer
   8. Dugrass, Robert, painter
   6. Mulgrave, Sarah
   4. Smyth, David, shoe maker
   2. Breen, Geo., potato dealer

Marlborough Street
off Victoria Street

1 & 3. Vacant shop and stores
   5. Dempster, Isabella, grocer
   7. Carlisle, John, grocer
   9. Prince, Sarah, huckster
 11. Salt stores of John Millen
 13. Stores of Browne, Corbett & Co.
 15. Delf store of Wm. Gregg
                              __________

18 & 16. Stores of John Lytle
 14. Barry, Jas., spirit dealer
12 & 10. Fee, Thos., spirit dealer
   8. Stabling yard
   6. McBride, John, laborer
   4. Back entrance to William Lewers
   2. Johnston, Danl., whitesmith

Marquis Street
Mill Street to Smithfield

   1. Jenkins, Jas., pawn broker
   3. Vacant
   5. Purkis, J. & Co., hackle pin and gill manufacturers
   7. Yard of J. & J. Herdman & Co. - Jas. Gerrard, caretaker
   9. McMechan, William, tailor
11 & 13. Cahoon, Robert, pawn broker
 15. McCabe, J., furniture dealer
 17. Gough, Wm., eating house
 19. McConnell, Thomas, clothes dealer
 21. Magill, Daniel, brick layer
 23. O'Neill, Danl., spirit dealer
 25. McCann, James, damask machine maker
 27. O'Neill, D., stables
 29. Bogan, James, spirit dealer
                              __________

38 & 36. McCall, James, spirit dealer
 34. Malaghan, Patk., auctioneer and broker
 32. Allen, Richard, auctioneer
 30. Muldoon, Jas., clothes dealer
 28. Cavanagh, Nicholas, waiter
 26. Connor, Patrick, pressman
 24. Drummond, John, clothes salesman
   "   Mullen, Jas., clothes dealer
   "   Loughran, John, clothes dealer
 22. Cullen, John, tailor
 20. McClarnon, John, furniture dealer
 18. Gartlan, Mary, eating house
 16. Powell, Matt., spirit grocer
 14. Mills, James, smith
 12. Stitt, John, whitesmith
10 & 8. Kerr, W., marine store
   4. Anderson, Mary
   2. Webster, Mrs., spirit dealer

Marshall's Place
Off Townsend Street

       Taylor, Mrs., spirit dealer, stabling and yard

Marshall's Lane
Off Lynas Lane
Eight small houses

Martha's Place
Off Gardiner's Row
a number of small houses

Mary's Market
Off Townsend Street

   1. Colvin, James, stone sawyer
   2. McDonnell, William John, tea dealer
   3. Querey, Robert, carter
   4. McCann, Robert, carter
   5. McDonnell, Drew B., fitter
   6. Coleman, Ellen, mill worker
   7. Morrow, James, carpenter
   8. Campbell, John, porter
9 & 10. McCollum, Jas., dairy
 11. Caldwell, Isaac, car driver
 12. Bertram, Jacob, wood turner
   "   Connolly, Wm., plasterer
 13. McDonnell, Samuel, lapper
 14. White, George, laborer
 15. McDonnell, Thos., laborer
 16. Hewitt, Wm., blacksmith
 17. Vacant, two stories
 18. Boyce, Wm., coach painter
 19. Harbison, William, porter
 20. McDowell, John, carter
 21. Megarry, James, carter
 22. Peel, John, shoe maker

Mary's Place
off Hutchinson Street

       Twenty one small houses

Mary Street
Lemon Street to Alma Street

 2 & 4. Bunting, Wm., grocer and spirit dealer
       Sixty one small houses

Massereene Street
off Cullingtree Road


   1. McGowan, John
   3. Kelly, Michl., coach maker (Kenney, Michl., coach maker in 1877)
   5. Kearney, Mrs.
   7. Heyburn, Thomas
   9. Kerr, James, store man
 11. Magowan, Mrs.
 13. O'Neill, Rose
 15. McGowan, John, laborer
 17. Grogan, Anthony, laborer
 19. Ward, Jane
 21. McAleece, Patrick, weaver
 23. O'Hara, Daniel, laborer
 25. Maginn, Hugh
 27. McKee, James, laborer
 29. Hillock, James, stone mason
 31. Maguire, Patrick, porter
 33. Linchfield, Patrick, laborer
 35. McCoy, Daniel, car driver
 37. Reilly, John, stone mason
 39. Clarke, John, laborer
 41. McAlarney, Hugh, hackler
 43. Murphy, Robert, laborer
 45. Hart, Michael, laborer
 47. McKenna, Bernard, laborer
 49. Briggs, Alexander, clerk
 51. McGinty, Mrs.
 53. O'Rourke, Mrs.
 55. McGuiggan, James, butcher
 57. Maginnis, Mrs.
 59. Welsh, John, compositor
 61. Magee, Hugh, grocer
                              __________

60, 58 & 56. Mullgrew, Peter, spirit grocer (Mulgrew in 1877)
 54. Mulgrew, J., foreman lapper
 52. Donnelly, Patrick, car driver
 50. Devlin, Hugh
 48. Vacant, two stories
 46. Smeeth, Mrs., huckster
 44. Furley, Peter, laborer (Finley, James in 1877)
 42. Furley, James, laborer
 40. KcKenna, James, laborer (McKenna)
 38. Neeson, Titus, laborer
 36. Callwell, George, tailor
 34. Devlin, John, shoe maker
 32. Taylor, Thomas, carpenter
 30. O'Neill, Terence, laborer
 28. Murphy, Daniel, laborer
 26. Leathem, Catherine
 24. Fullerton, Eliza
 22. Clarke, Mary
 20. Gartland, John, laborer
 18. McVey, Mrs.
 16. Megarry, John, laborer
 14. McKenna, Mrs.
 12. Teirney, James, laborer
 10. Dogherty, George, railway porter ( Dougherty, George, clerk in 1877)
   8. Gray, Hugh, weaver
   6. Muldoon, John, shoe maker
   4. Donnelly, Martha

Mathewson's Court
New Lodge Road

a few small houses

Matlock Street
off Shankhill Road

   1. Cameron, John, watchman
   3. McBride, Mary
   5. Sterber, Mrs.
   7. Hamilton, James, attorney's clerk
   9. McGrady, W. J., mechanic
 11. Johnston, Henry, cabinet maker
 13. Kenny, James, harbour constable
 15. Greer, John, seaman
 17. Christy, John, plumber
 19. Wilson, William
 21. Kane, Walter, tenter
 23. Fitzpatrick, Wm., tobacco spinner
 25. McGowan, D. J., carpenter
 27. Steenson, William, laborer
 29. Pike, H., tobacco spinner
 31. Pettigrew, Wm., laborer
 33. Cochrane, James
 35. Wright, John
 37. Russell, William, grocer

Mawhinney's Court
Off Melbourne Street
Eight small houses

Maxwell's Court
Off Sandy Row
Seventeen small houses
Larmour, James, dairy

Maxwell's Place
Off Sandy Row
Eight small houses

Mayne Street
Linfield Road to Railway Street

   1. Shaw, James, laborer
   3. Dugan, Richard, laborer
   5. Cherry, John, railway porter
   7. Morrison, Mrs. Susan
   9. Gore, Agnes
 11. Gilmer, William, clerk
 13. McMullin, R., ship carpenter
 15. Townley, Robert, carpenter
 17. Blair, Malcolm, mechanic
 19. Tolerton, J., book deliverer
                              __________

 16. Clarke, John, grocer
 14. Coates, Samuel, railway goods forwarder
 12. Shields, William, porter
 10. Harrison, J., engine driver
   8. O'Hara, Felix, laborer
   6. Crozier, Edward, laborer
   4. McCormac, Mrs. Sarah Jane
   2. McWilliams, Geo., laborer

May Street Little
Cromac Street to Alfred Street

   1. Vacant, two stories
   3. Vacant, two stories
   5. Vacant, two stories
   7. Vacant, two stories
   9. Doyle, John, cabinet maker
 11. Nelson, Mary, lodging house
 13. Back entrance to John Murphy's foundry
 15. Jordan, Hugh
   "   Jordan, Mary, dress maker
 17. Rodgers, Mrs., lodgings
 19. McAlister, Martha, dress maker
 21. Mills, Robina, dress maker
 23. Carlin, Owen, shoe maker
 25. Irwin, James, waiter
 27. Cooper, John, green grocer
 29. McConnell, Wm., porter
 31. McBride, John, carter
 33. Herty, Edward, car driver
 35. Carse, Robert, store keeper
 37. Wheatcroft, Wm., press man
 39. Thornton, Arthur Hill, in Post Office
 41. Armour, Jane
 43. Doyle, Mrs.
 45. Wright, Thomas, coach trimmer
 47. McCune, Eliza, milliner
 49. Session-room of May Street Presbyterian Church
   "   Crooks, Hugh, sexton
                               __________

 46. Small, Hugh, teacher
 44. Bammer, William, dealer
 42. Brown, Mrs.
 40. Gould, Richard
38 & 36. McGrath, Jas., mortar and plaster yard, and grocery
 34. Moreland, William, carter
 32. Stewart, Sarah
 30. Murphy, Sarah, grocer
 28. Berryman, Thos., of cabinet warehouse
 26. Anderson, William, baker
 24. Anderson, John, baker
 20. Hartley, Thos., coal merchant
 18. Briggs, John, butler
 16. Reilly, Bernard, horse dealer
 14. Kerr, Mrs., boarding house
 12. Little May Street Horse Repository - Jas. Cleland
 10. Markey, T. H., lath maker
8 & 6. Back entrance to Vere Scott's timber yard
   4. McRoberts, Jas., horse shoer

May Street
Clarence Place to Oxford Street

       May Street Presbyterian Church
                           Clarendon Place
   1. Brown, David, iron monger
   3. Wheeler, Dr. Thomas K., surgeon and apothecary
   5. Corbitt, Thomas
   7. McCleery, James, surgeon
   9. Corry, Dr., registrar of births, marriages and deaths
 11. McWilliam, Dr. W., surgeon and apothecary
 13. Payne, William, of sewing factory
 15. Wallace, Jas., sewed muslin manufacturer
 17. Tannahill, Mrs. Elizabeth
 19. May Street Recruiting Barrack - Sergeant-Major J. Doyle
23 & 25. McAllister, Alexander, spirit dealer
 27. Anderson, James, superintendent and valuator of builders' work
 29. Dickie, J. W., horse shoer and farrier (Dickey in 1877)
31 & 33. Orr, John, blacksmith and stabling yard
 35. Ray, William, copper and tinsmith
 37. Murphy, John (of Union Foundry)
 39. Green, Thomas
 41. Union Foundry - J. Murphy
 43. May Street National School
45 & 47. Wilson & Co., sewing machine manufacturers
 49. Moore, J., carpenter and builder
51, 53, 55 & 57. Gray, J. & Co., farming implement and machine manufacturers
 59. Vacant shop, three stories
 61. Atkinson, Mrs., spirit dealer
 63. White & Shaw, drapery and tailoring establishment
   "   White, Mrs., milliner and straw bonnet maker
 65. Young, Wm. John, builder
 67. Skelly, Wm., flour and provision store
 69. Cleland, Jas., horse dealer and spirit store
71 & 73. Doherty, James, spirit dealer
 75. Gibson, S., seed merchant
 77. Hamill, John, spirit dealer
 79. McKavanagh, Hugh, spirit dealer

       Fruit Market, retail
       Fruit Market, wholesale
       Potato & Vegetable Market
56, 54 & 52. Fowl and Fruit Stores of Wm. Dougherty
       Grain Market
 50. Tolan, Jas., harness maker
 48. Yard of Matthew R. Skelly
46 & 44. Jamison, Thos., grocer
 42. Yard of Thomas Jamison
 40. Stables of William O'Rorke
 38. Anderson, Jas., bell hanger, gasfitter and venetian blind maker
 36. Moritz, Leopold, foreign correspondent
 34. Green, Thos., apothecaries' assistant
 32. Meek, Moses, grocer
 30. Stabling yard of J. Magarial
 28. May Street Iron Foundry - John Scott
 26. Cabinet workshops of N. A. Campbell & Co.
24 & 22. Durham, Barry, cabinet maker and upholsterer
20 & 18. Ranten, William, grain and flour merchant
 16. Horse Bazaar & Veterinary Establishment - James & John A. McKenna, M.R.C.V.S.L.
 14. Roberts & MacMurray, manufacturers
   "   Roberts, Wm., insurance agent
   8. Kennedy, John, of coach factory
   6. Hanna, Hugh, surveyor
   4. Seeds, William, solicitor
   2. Gaffikin, Robert, carver and gilder
       Music Hall - Anne McMullan, caretaker

Meadow Lane
Off Meadow Place

       Back of Meadow Street Flour Mill
   1. Vacant
   2. Davidson, Wm., laborer
   3. Reid, Hugh, laborer
   4. Ross, Thomas, laborer
   5. Brown, Mrs.
   6. Thompson, Alex., railway porter
   7. Back door
   8. Helton, Margaret
   9. Madill, David, laborer
 10. Miller, Robert, laborer
 11. Kennedy, John, laborer
 12. McWilliam, Arthur, laborer
 13. Gibson, Margaret
 14. Johnston, Wm., laborer
 15. Murphy, Patrick, laborer
 16. M'Tear, Robert, engineer
 17. Kerr, William, laborer
 18. Donnelly, James, laborer
 19. Johnston, Robert, laborer

Meadow Place
off Meadow Street

       Side of Meadow Street Flour Mill

Meadow Street
off York Street

   1. Sweeney, Wm., mechanic
   3. McIlhagga, Nathl. Owens, commission merchant
5 & 7. Yard of Archibald Kent
   9. Robinson, Wm., carpenter
 11. McLaughlin, Michael, lapper
 13. Hamilton, F., boiler maker
 15. Irwin, John, butter merchant
 17. Douglas, R., marble mason
 19. Creen, William, ship carpenter
 21. Henry, Mrs.
23 & 25. Anderson, R. & D., match and blacking manufactory
27 to 41. Stores of York Street Flax Spinning Co. Limited
43 to 47. Stables and yard of D. Logan, butcher
 49. Boyle, Saml., ship carpenter
 51. Mills, Robert, pilot
 53. Rea, Joseph, baker
 55. Jackson, E., boarding house
 57. McCullagh, A., carpenter
 59. McRoberts, William, scripture reader
61, 63 & 65. McLorinan, Hugh, grocer, spirit dealer, and builders' measurer, and valuator
 67. Yard of David Logan
 69. Yard of Wm. Bradford
 71. McGarry, Charles, builder
 73. Black, John, commercial traveller
 75. Dodds, J., clerk
 77. O'Kane, Bernard, laborer
 79. McBride, Samuel, laborer
 81. Waters, the Misses
 83. McGiffen, Miss
 85. Anderson, James, draper
 87. Campbell, John, clerk
                               __________

 78. Thompson, W. J.
 76. Cooper, Hugh, boiler maker
 74. Pinkerton, Robert, engineer
44 to 72. Vacant ground
 42. Smith works, vacant
 40. Vacant, two stories
 38. Thompson, T., millwright
 36. Dane, W., commission agent
 34. Campbell, John, captain
 32. Young, Thomas, engineer
 30. McGaherty, S., carpenter ( McCaugherty, S., carpenter in 1877)
 28. Davidson, W., ship carpenter
 24. Thompson, Samuel, book binder
 22. Graham, R., ship carpenter
 20. Carson, William, porter
18 & 16. Meadow Street Flour Mill - John Ross
 14. Hill, Hugh, ship carpenter
 12. McGiffin, Thomas, seaman
 10. Mussen, Henry, mechanic
   8. Johnston, Miss, milliner and dress maker
   6. Graham, Mrs.
   4. Reid, George, ship carpenter

Meenan Street
off Agnes Street

   1. Thompson, Matilda, grocer
   3. M'Tear, John, porter
   5. Hatley, P., hackle pin maker
   7. Vacant
   9. Rainey, Mrs. Ann
 11. Hunter, James, mechanic
 13. Vacant
 15. McAdam, Jas., brick layer
 17. McCann, Jas., coach maker
 19. Davison, John, laborer
 21. Cobain, John, laborer
 23. McMillan, John, tenter
 25. McKnight, Mrs. Grace
 27. Scott, Alexander, grocer and spirit dealer
                               __________

 28. Clarke, Israel, tenter
 26. Henry, Peter, laborer
 24. Conn, William, brick layer
 22. Pinkerton, Hans, mechanic
 20. Sterling, James, laborer (Stirling, Margaret in 1877)
 18. Harvey, Mrs. Margaret
 16. M'Tier, Francis, engineer
 14. McClurg, John, butler
 12. Mackin, Mrs. Maria
 10. Vacant
   8. McCurry, Mary A., washer
   6. Orr, James, baker
   4. Allen, Mrs. Margaret
   2. Duddy, John, spirit dealer

Meetinghouse Lane
Off William Street
Thirteen small houses

Melbourne Court
Off Melbourne Street

   1. Somerville, A., chain maker
   3. Montgomery, William, yarn bundler
   5. Caldwell, James, laborer
   7. Weams, William, tinsmith
   9. Harvey, David, porter
 11. McCoubrey, John, laborer
                              __________

 14. Wilson, Francis, laborer
 12. Archibald, Susan, washer
 10. Entry door
   8. McIlveeny, John, laborer
   6. Smyth, Joseph, fitter

Melbourne Street
Brown Street to Townsend Street

   1. Brown Street National School
   3. Donaldson, Thos., teacher
   5. Wiley, John, porter
   7. Strain, Thomas, carpenter
   9. McHenry, H., salesman
 11. Roney, Adam, porter
 13. Croft, Joseph, grocer
 15. Frackleton, Richard, clerk
 17. King, Eliza, huckster
 19. Harvey, S., factory worker
21 & 23. Brown, Agnes, grocer
 25. Houston, Saml., pensioner
 27. Carson, S., factory worker
 29. Crossley, E., factory worker
 31. McAllister, Rose, factory worker
 33. Gardiner, Wm., fruit dealer
 35. Reid, John, painter and paper hanger
       Primitive Methodist Chapel
 37. Warner, Rev. George
                               __________

 38. Hill, John, shoe maker
 36. Hooks, James, miller
 34. Campbell, John, laborer
 32. Vacant, two stories
 30. Hall, Thomas, pavior
 28. Neill, Robt., linen packer
 26. Hill, James, bread server
 24. Dunbar, Robert, shoe maker
 22. Templeton, Robt., ginger ale server
 20. green, Geo., aerated water bottler
 18. Todd, William, laborer
 16. McAllister, Charles, painter
 14. Irwin, M., factory worker
 12. Henry, James, shoe maker
 10. Hare, John, carpenter
   8. Clarke, Richd., shoe maker
   6. Steene, T., marble polisher
4 & 2. Vacant, two stories

Melrose Terrace
See The Plains

Mercer's Court
[Formerly called "Huston's Entry"]
Off Divis Street
Eleven small houses

Michael's Court
Off Hamill Street

five small houses

Michael Street
Off Great George Street

   5. Reilly, James, captain
   7. Donaldson, John, smith
   9. Barry, Charles, captain
 11. Marrs, Mrs., dress maker
 13. Kernagh, James, ship builder
 15. Charley, Wm., ship builder
 17. Hutchinson, Robert, sawyer
 19. Parke, Wm., plasterer
 21. Hanna, Samuel, laborer
 23. Macartney, Thomas, grocer, sp. and provision dealer
                               __________

 24. Savage, Eliza, grocer and spirit dealer
 22. McGarel, James, laborer (24. McGarrell, James in 1877)
 20. McCartney, Thos., grocer
 18. Boyd, Wm., laborer
 16. Doran, Arthur, bundler
 14. Porter, James, porter
 12. Hodges, Mary Anne
 10. Hamill, Henry, cooper
   8. Fraser, James, litho. printer
   6. McMorren, Michl., alabaster manufacturer

Milford Street
off Pound Street

1 & 3. McGuickian, J., spirit dealer
   5. McLennon, M., mill worker
   7. Fitzsimmons, Patk., stone cutter
   9. Tracey, William, lapper
 11. McBride, Peter, brick layer
 13. Pelan, Samuel, traveller
 15. Gibson, James, lapper
 17. Cairns, Patrick, lapper
 19. McCanley, Mrs.
 21. Alderdice, K., laborer
 23. McCafferty, J., brick layer
 25. McLaughlin, Roger, dealer
 27. Devlin, Eliza, mill worker
 29. McKeown, Mrs.
       Yard of Bernard Hughes
 57. Mulholland, John, grocer and spirit dealer
 59. McKenna, F., iron turner
 61. Langan, George, tinsmith
 63. Heyburn, Mrs.
 65. Magill, Henry, laborer
 67. McAllister, Mrs.
 69. Cassidy, Mrs.
 71. Mullan, Thomas, laborer
 73. Manville, T., yarn dresser
       Side of St. Peter's Roman Catholic Chapel
 95. McCrory, Mrs.
 97. Loughran, Patrick, laborer
                              __________

126. Rafferty, P., flax dresser
124. Mullan, Michael, hackler
122. Ward, Mrs.
120. Corry, J., damask weaver
118. McGinn, M., flax dresser
116. Quinn, Bernard, laborer
114. McBride, Stephen, grocer
112 & 110. Magee, Jas., grocer and spirit dealer
108. Hilland, Mrs.
106. McCarron, Patk., mechanic
104. Gilliland, John, laborer (Gillian, John, fireman in 1877)
102. Morris, Francis, laborer
100. Gillin, John, laborer
 98. Haigans, Mrs.
 96. Clarke, Mrs.
 94. McConnell, Wm., laborer
 92. Muldoon, M., car driver
 90. McQuillan, Corry, carter
88. Carson, John, laborer
 88. Reilly, Robert, carpenter
86. Finnigan, Thos., laborer
 86. Higgins, E., boot maker
 84. Irvine, John, brick layer
 82. McCrudden, Patk., laborer
 80. Gosgrove, Patk., brick layer
 78. Quinn, John, laborer
 76. McGinn, James, flax dresser
 74. Campbell, Wm., laborer
 72. O'Neill, Felix, miller
 70. McKenna, M., fireman
 68. Smith,. James, flax dresser
66 & 64. Hamill, Geo., grocer
 62. McCartney, J., flax dresser
 60. Woods, Patrick, laborer
 58. Mullan, Mrs.
 56. Graham, Mrs. Jane
 54. Millan, James, flax dresser (Mullan, James, rougher in 1877)
 52. Clinton, R., engine driver
 50. McCusker, James, baker
 48. McKenna, Peter, laborer
 46. Hall, Ellen, grocer
44 & 42. Corrigan, P., dealer
 40. McAllister, J., brick layer
 38. Curran, Elizabeth, grocer and spirit dealer
 28. McKee, Mrs.
 26. Smith, Hugh, coal merchant
 24. Maginnis, Hugh, painter
       Milford Street National School
 22. Rush, Denis, car owner
       Stabling and yard of Mrs. Colligan
 20. Colligan, Mrs.
 18. McAllen, James, painter
16 & 14. Stabling yard of James McGuickian
 12. Brannigan, J., coal merchant
10 & 8. Stabling yard of James McGuickian
   6. Haughey, Mrs.
   4. Morrow, James, laborer
   2. McCrossan, Thomas, spirit dealer

Militia Road
Blackstaff Road

ten small houses

Mill Street
Barrack Street to Castle Street

   1. Belfast Ready Money Stores - S. H. Miller
1. McCoy, W. J., spirit store
   3. Davidson, John & Son, drapers and haberdashers
   5. Cambridge, Wm., auctioneer, valuator, furniture broker, and brush manufacturer
   7. McKinney, W. J., shoe shop
   9. McRoberts, Ellen, machine stitcher
 11. Wilson, G. S., rectifying distiller
 13. Vacant
 15. McAlister, James, slater
 17. McCalmont, John, linen warehouse
 19. Jenkins, James, pawn broker
 21. Webster, Maria, spirit dealer
 23. Morgan, C., dress maker
   "   Morgan, Thos., shoe shop
25 & 27. Blackburn, Jas., wine and spirit dealer
 29. Patterson, John, baker
 31. Moore, Malcolm, shoe shop
33 & 35. Gibson, Samuel, grocer and druggist
35. Greenhill, Robert, tanner and leather merchant
 37. Berryman, Thomas, cabinet and upholstery warehouse
 39. Lindsay & Park, brass founders, plumbers and gas fitters
 41. McGough, John, compositor
 43. Martin, Jane, haberdasher
 47. Kane, Francis, grocer
 49. O'Neill, John, deal and scantling yard
 51. Tracy, Elizabeth, dealer
 53. Daly, Ann, clothes dealer
 55. Hughes, P., hair dresser
 57. Hannigan, Anthony, shoe maker
 59. McGuigan, E., butcher
       Crawford, Sarah, milliner
       McSourley, James, butcher
       Pelan, James, corn mills
 61. Cinnamond, Saml., dealer
 63. Watt, Wm., grocer and provision dealer
 67. Thompson & Co., general grocers, etc.
       two houses unfinished
                              __________

 66. Murtagh, Felix, spirit dealer
 64. McKeown, Andw., spirit dealer
 62. Gilmore, Edwd., spirit dealer
 60. McKeown, James, grocer and spirit dealer
 58. Maguire, James
 56. Baker, Jas., lodging house
 54. Sewell, J., thong maker
 52. Branley, Cormac, green grocer
50. Rollins, George, grocer
 50. McGlone, Patk., green grocer
48. Tan-yard of S. McKinstry
 48. Taylor, Wm. H., photographer, picture frame maker, grocer and tobacconist
 46. Reid, Duncan, upholsterer
 44. Woods, Robert, painter
 42. Mawhinney, James, M.D., surgeon, chemist and apothecary
40. Firth, James, spirit dealer
 40. Cromie, Margaret, linen draper
 38. English, James, upholsterer and cabinet maker
 36. Wylie, Samuel, painter
 34. Brown, Francis, painter and glazier
 32. Ferguson, Wm., woollen draper and haberdasher
 30. Duncan, Geo., iron monger and gas fitter
 28. Christy, John, printer, lithographer and stationer
26 & 26. Crawford, Alexander & Son, chemical, starch, and soap manufacturers, dry salters, etc.
 24. Kearney, Patrick, draper
 20. McLorinan, John, chandler
18 & 16. Russell, John, wine and spirit store
 12. Davison, John, tailor and clothier
 10. McMullan, Mrs., stay and corset warehouse
   8. Vacant shop, three stories
   6. Cunningham, Samuel, wine and spirit stores
   4. McIntee, Edward, stationer and newsagent (McEntee in 1877)
   2. Murphy, John, grocer and spirit store

Millar's Lane
off Berry Street
Eight small houses

Millar's Court
off Chapel Lane
fifteen small houses

Millen's Place
see Trafalgar Street

Millfield
Mill Street to North Street

   1. Pelan, James, grocer
   3. Watt, Wm., flour stores
   5. McAlish, H., round timber dealer
   7. McAlish, Peter, smith and confectioner
 11. Devine, A., wood turner
 13. Burns, Wm., marine store
13. O'Hara, Owen, shoe maker
 15. McCrea, Samuel, laborer
 17. Hasson, R., lodging house
17. Hannay, Sarah, shirt maker
 19. Brady, Ellen, mill worker
 21. Noble, William, nailer
 23. Bradley, J., lodging house
 25. McMahon, P., lodging house
 27. Loughran, J., spirit grocer
27. Benson, W., lodging house
 29. Vacant
 31. Campbell, Robt., engineer and boiler maker
 33. Dowds, D., lodging house
 35. McKeown, Rose, chaff dealer
37 & 39. Millfield Foundry - William Moore
 41. Hall, Francis, laborer
 43. McGarvey, R., coal dealer
45 & 47. Brewery Stores of C. Dobbin
49 & 51. Constabulary Barrack
 55. Baxter, James, boot closer
 57. Kennedy, M., washer woman
 59. Burns, Wm., spirit dealer
 61. Hughes, Jas., fruit dealer
 63. McGuigan, John, laborer
 65. Daniel, Margt., mill worker
 67. Maddin, Eliza, mill worker
 69. Pritchard, H., green grocer
 71. Scott, W., furniture repairer
 73. Finlay, Alex., dairy
 75. Burns, Mary, fruit dealer
 77. Townsend, A., green grocer
 79. Esler, Mary A., dress maker
 81. Galbraith, Wm., servant
 85. Toner, Terence, carter
 87. Vacant
 89. McCausland, John, cooper
 91. Knowles, Wm., confectioner
 93. Thoburn, Francis, pensioner
 95. Kennedy, Henry, grocer
101, 103 & 105. Yard of James Dougall
107. O'Neill, Bridget, boarding house
109. McShane, C., brick layer
111. Cairns, James, huckster
113. McKeever, Owen, marine store
115. McKenna, P., green grocer
117. Cromey, Jane, huckster
119. Sullivan, John, spirit dealer
121. Cooke, Wm., huckster
123. Moore, Wm., laborer
125. Mallen, H., eating house
127. McCann, P., lodging house
129. Patterson, G., cabinet maker
131. Quinn, Wm., baker
133. Hagan, Jas., lodging house
135. Maginnis, B., upholsterer
   "    Johnston, J. D., wood turner
   "    Bradshaw, G., wood carver
137. Harkin, J., lodging house
139. Leith, Andw., coach maker
141. McCourt, Francis, smith
143 & 145. Maginnis, Bernard, mattress manufacture
147. McKimm, James, car owner
149. Holden, C., eating house
151. Magee, Jas., chaff dealer
153 & 155. Moorehead & Co., druggists, etc.
                              __________

178, 180, 182 & 184. Fitzpatrick, Peter & John, grocers and spirit dealers
176 & 174. Magee, James, chaff dealer
172. Malone, B., lodging house
170. McWilliams, R., lodging house
168. Mullan, Patrick, laborer
166. Gilmore, J., coal dealer
164. Robinson, Hugh, laborer
162. Haddock, M., eating house
160. Burke, Susan, spectacle dealer
158. Sullivan, Jeremiah, laborer
       Starch yard of J. C. Gardner
154. McFall, Arthur, shoe maker
152. Taylor, S., lodging house
150. Kennedy, N., lodging house
148. Pritchard, J., lodging house
146. McShane, N., lodging house
144. Donnelly, M., eating house
142. McConnell, B., nailer
140. Duffy, T., lodging house
138. Bunting, Samuel, huckster
136. Fitzpatrick, Jas., grocer
134. Vacant
132. Rogan, P., stone cutter
130. McQuade, Tobias, baker
128. Hanna, Mary, grocer
126. Hutchinson, T., hatter
124. Connolly, James, huckster
122. Grogan, Peter, cooper
120. Niblock, H., eating house
118. Black, Mary, mill worker
116. Brady, Ellen, mill worker
114. Cavanagh, W. J., furniture dealer
112 & 110. Clotworthy, John, hair dresser
108. Russell, Ralph, grocer and spirit dealer
106. Bell, Wm., grocer
104. Douglas, Andrew, grocer
102. Hughes, M., green grocer
 98. Green, Henry, green grocer
 96. Meighan, P., spirit dealer
 94. Marmion, Ann, eating house
92 & 90. Carey, Hugh, hay and straw dealer
88 & 86. Scott, John, pawn broker
 84. Flynn, Jane, huckster
 82. Scott, Wm., cabinet maker
 80. Hill, Courtland, pensioner
 78. McMahon, J., coach builder
76 & 74. Osborne, Saml., match, ball blue, and Vesuvian manufacturer, wholesale coffee and general merchant
 72. Vacant, two stories
 70. Vacant, two stories
 68. O'Neill, P., spirit dealer
 66. Dwyer, P., lodging house
 64. Courtney, Jas., eating house
48 & 46. Murray, Miss A. J.
 44. Vacant
       Vacant building ground
 10. Drummond, A., lodging house
   8. Slevin, Sarah, coal dealer
   6. Breslin, Cath., coal dealer
   4. Bunting, Jas., confectioner
   2. Hassard, R., spirit dealer

Millfield Place
Off Millfield

   2. McManus, John, grocer
       Twenty two small houses

Milliken Street
Off Falls Road

   1. Delaney, Peter, fireman
   3. Clarke, James, laborer
   5. Jervis, Daniel, bleacher
   7. McFadden, Mrs.
   9. Mallon, Jas., mill manager
 11. Flannigan, Mrs.
 13. McCaldin, W. J., flax dresser
 15. Tumblety, John, drill sergeant, Asylum (Tumelty, John, porter in 1877)
 17. McCavanagh, Jas., laborer
 19. McKeown, Henry, flax dresser
 21. Jess, Samuel, laborer
 23. Patterson, W., iron moulder

Millview Place
Off Townsend Street

   1. Anderson, James, keeper in Asylum
   3. Gorman, Philip, rougher
   5. Quinn, Edward, mill worker
   7. Cowan, Charles, seaman
   9. Walsh, Bridget, mill worker
                              __________

 16. McIlwrath, Andrew, carter
 14. McGrady, Patrick, groom
 12. Millar, Jane, factory worker
 10. Gordon, Mary Anne, factory worker
   8. Murphy, Owen, milk server
   "   Carson, Samuel, carter
   6. Henry, John, laborer
   4. Russell, Francis, laborer

Milton Street
Off Ross Street

   1. Hughes, Mrs.
   3. McCartney, Mrs.
   5. Reid, Henry, laborer
   7. Dougherty, Mrs.
   9. Ryan, Matthew, laborer
 11. McQuillan, Mrs.
 13. Houston, Stephen, lapper
 15. Kelly, Mrs.
 17. Marmion, Daniel, clerk
 19. McGowan, Mrs.
 21. Martin, Thos., flax dresser
 23. Brownlee, Thos., lapper
 25. Lynch, Wm., preparing master
                               __________

 40. McLarnon, Edw., laborer
 38. McKenna, M., mill worker
 36. Bradley, James, mechanic
 34. Quinn, Bernard, laborer
 32. McManus, Patrick, laborer
 30. McCabe, Cath., mill worker
 28. McAllen, John, dealer
 26. Brownlee, Mrs.
 24. McComan, Joseph, flax dresser
 22. King, Patrick, laborer
 16. Ryans, John, flax dresser
 14. Caskey, Charles, flax dresser
 12. Nelson, Mrs.
 10. Wilson, John, flax dresser
   8. McGee, John, tailor
   6. Cronan, Michael, brick layer
   4. Kane, Mrs.
   2. Magennis, Wm., grocer (McGinness, Wm., grocer in 1877)

Mitchell's Row
Off Gardiner Street
Five small houses

Mitchell Street
off Gardiner Street

   1. Conway, James, carter
   3. Gardiner, Eliza, factory worker
   5. Shaw, Wm. John, laborer
   7. Law, Henry, laborer
   9. Wilson, Andrew, dairy
   "   Herron, John, seaman
 11. Flack, Sarah, mill worker
 13. Gordon, William, laborer
 15. Norris, John, laborer
 17. Neill, William, laborer
 19. Cranston, John, shoe maker
 21. Parker, Hugh, weaver
 23. Reid, Alexander, weaver
 25. McMurray, Archibald, shoe maker
 27. Yard
 29. Lee, Samuel, weaver
                              __________

 30. McNeice, William, laborer
 28. McGuckian, Ann, fancy basket maker
 26. Levitt, Joseph, laborer (Lovitt, Mrs., char woman in 1877)
 24. Bradley, Mary, mill worker
 22. Walsh, Henry, laborer
 20. Gorman, Charles, weaver
 18. Mills, Ann, sewer
 16. Geary, John, weaver
 14. Waters, William, weaver
 12. Gordon, Margaret, clothes dealer
 10. Fitzgerald, R., pensioner
   8. Yard
   6. Stirratt, James, car owner
   4. Thompson, James, laborer
   2. Cullen, John, cart owner

Moffatt Street
Off Henry Street

   1. Porter, Joseph, pensioner
   3. Henry, George, mechanic
   5. Leeburn, James, porter
   7. Rooney, Ellen
   9. Liddell, Hugh, tailor
 11. Willis, Thomas, carpenter
 13. Neill, Robt., shop assistant
 15. Campbell, William James
 19. Doe, Jane
 21. Johnston, John, laborer
 23. Shields, John, laborer
 25. Mitchel, George, laborer
   "   Colin, Francis, laborer
 27. Dunne, Mrs.
 29. Henderson, Eliza
 31. Duff, Mark, tailor
                               __________

 40. Patterson, I., stone mason
 38. Black, Thomas, seaman
 36. Gallagher, Wm., spinning master
 34. Creaton, Arthur, rivetter
 32. Gilbert, David, fitter
 30. Thompson, James, seaman
 28. Kelly, Rose
 26. McCullough, Jas., laborer
 24. McKenna, Robert, dealer
 22. Ingram, Edward, laborer
 20. Phillips, James, coachman
 18. Cunningham, Anne
 16. McIlhone, Hugh, laborer
 14. Bell, John, laborer
 12. Brittain, Tracey, porter
 10. McGuckian, James, porter
   8. McCanley, Henry, laborer
   6. Hagans, George, laborer
   4. McGuigan, John, porter
   2. Thompson, A. - hall door

Molyneaux Street
off Little George Street

   1. McCann, Neal, laborer
   3. Farley, Joseph, laborer
   5. McKeown, H., porter
   7. McCambridge, Francis
   9. Fleming, John, milk server
 11. Dickey, James, laborer
 13. McNeill, Robert, seaman
 15. Stewart, Thomas, laborer
 17. Whiteside, Isaac, carpenter
 19. Crangle, John, laborer
                               __________

 24. Smith, John, ship carpenter
 22. Montgomery, Robt., laborer
 20. Brown, William, pork cutter
 18. Montgomery, Robt., laborer
 16. Hall, Robert, tailor
 14. Murphy, John, laborer
 12. Barr, Miss Mary Anne
 10. Terry, James, laborer
   8. Campbell, James, shoe maker
   6. McKee, Mrs.
   4. McCune, Samuel, tailor
   2. Martin, John, laborer

Montgomery Street
Chichester Street to May Street

1 & 3. Ulster Coach Factory - John Kennedy & Son
5, 7 & 9. Mulryne, W. & M., coach makers
 11. Dunmurry Mills' grain and flour stores - Jas. hunter
 13. Hunter, James, office of Dunmurry Mills
 15. Roberts & MacMurray, manufacturers
   "   Royal Fire and Life Insurance Company - William Roberts, agent
                              __________

   8. McNeilly, John, spirit dealer
   6. Montgomery Street Posting Establishment - John McNeilly
   6. Irvine, James & Co., paper merchants
   4. Strain, John, gelatiner of prints, show boards, fancy paper, etc.

Mooney's Court
off New Lodge Road

   8. Lenaghan, H., shoe maker
 12. Lenaghan, P., shoe maker
       ten small houses, chiefly sub-let

Moore's Place
Off Sandy Row

   1. Boyne Tavern - John Henry Braithwaite
   2. Gordon, Robert, tailor
   3. Young, George, laborer
   4. Baird, Thomas, carpenter
   5. McDowell, John, laborer

Morne View
See Shankhill Road

Morpeth Street
off Northumberland Street

   2. Thompson, Thomas, clerk
   4. Brown, William, clerk
   6. Robinson, Joseph, mechanic
   8. Owens, Thomas, plasterer
 10. McGrath, John, brick layer
 12. Boden, James, baker
 14. Bailey, Ed., winding master
 16. Morell, Louis, fitter
 18. Dorrans, Samuel, iron turner
 20. Robinson, Geo., mechanic
 22. Johnston, Mrs. Margaret
 24. Bruce, Edward, mechanic
 26. Parker, Andrew, mechanic
28 to 32. Vacant ground
 34. Long, Jeremiah, brick layer
 36. Mackin, John, carpenter
 38. Allen, William, mechanic
 40. McKittrick, Mrs. Margaret
 42. Hamilton, John, carpenter
 44. Ogle, John, carpenter
 46. Armstrong, John, engine driver
 48. Sinclair, Thomas, lapper

Morrison's Court
Off Boundary Street
Three small houses

Morrison's Court
Off Upper Kent Street
Three small houses

Moscow Street
off Shankhill Road

   2. Irvine, Hugh, spirit dealer
   6. McQuade, James, laborer
   8. Allen, David, laborer
 10. Scott, William, laborer
 12. Lewis, William, mechanic
 14. Spencer, Mrs. Mary
 16. Owen, James, laborer
 18. Young, Alexander, fitter
 20. Daley, Joseph, mechanic
 22. Adams, Samuel, mechanic
 24. Spence, John, mechanic
 26. Patterson, Thomas, laborer
 28. McCartney, Wm., rope and twine manufacturer
       Grant Bros., iron and brass founders

Mountain Bush
off Antrim Road

       Cave-Hill Limestone Railway - James Turner, manager; M. H. Harris, clerk of works

Mount Eden
see Shankhill Road

Mount Charles
Off University Road

   3. Wallace, Thos., broker
   5. M'Tear, D., shipping agent
   7. Lewis, Mrs.
   9. Kennedy, Thomas
 11. Langtry, Wm., commission agent
 13. Gamble, Mrs. B. A.
 15. Grogan, Wm., linen merchant
 17. Fawcett, Thomas, jun., linen merchant
 19. Stewart, Major
                               __________

 16. Black, Mrs.
 14. Ferrar, James
 12. Johnston, W. Sibbald, linen yarn merchant
 10. Bailie, Captain (Bailey, J. L., town inspector of constabulary in 1877)
   8. Hodges, Dr., Professor Queen's College
   6. Gray, W., inspector of public works
   4. Harris, Hugh Nevin, Belfast Flour Mills
   2. Hanna, Robert, Northern Bank

Mount Joy Street
off Shankhill Road

                                [right hand]
       Mount Joy Street Linen Factory - Carson & Moore
       Hull, John, weaver
       Mitchell, Francis, weaver
       McCabe, Thomas, carpenter
       Marshall, Abraham, weaver
       Smurphett, John, pensioner
       Hall, John, weaver
                               __________

                                 [left hand]
       ten house erecting
       McKernan, Thos., hackler
       Waddell, Wm., carter
       Purvis, A., quarryman
       McKee, Alex., laborer
       McGrath, Saml., bleacher
       Porter, James, weaver
       Anderson, Wm., weaver
       McGowan, Wm., overlooker
       Murphy, Thomas, weaver
       Templeton, John, laborer
       Grounger, George, weaver
       Mulholland, David, laborer
       Fletcher, Robert, weaver
34. Ferris, Wm., mill manager
 30. Strachan, Alex., laborer
 28. Barbour, Mrs. Mary
 26. Kirkpatrick, Jas., in factory
 24. Lewis, Baker, warper
 22. Mulholland, John, laborer
 20. Grainger, James, weaver
 18. McNish, Daniel, in factory
 16. Cairns, W. J., weaver
14. Eddis, Thomas
 14. Andrews, James
12. Easdale, Wm., linen manufacturer
 12. Magill, Ann, dealer
 10. Hull, Cornelius, weaver
   8. Coburn, Mrs. Martha
   6. Murdock, Andrew, dairy
   4. Morrison, James, weaver
   2. Cunningham, Thos., weaver

Mount Pleasant
See Strandmillis

Mount Pleasant
see Crumlin Road

Mount View
see Crumlin Road

Murphy's Lane
off Murphy Street

   1. Ward, James, grain stores
   3. McNulty, Patrick, dairy (McAnnulty, Patrick, porter in 1877)
   5. Campbell, Mary
                              __________

   8. Martin, Hans, car owner
   6. Hickey, Charles, baker
   "   Carr, Francis, hackler
4 & 2. Quinn, Thos., provision stores

Murphy's Row
off Barrack Street
nine small houses

Murphy Street
Verner Street to Eliza Street

   1. Quinn, Thomas, grocer
   3. Crawford, Mrs.
   5. Laverty, William, carpenter
5. Mawhinney, J., carpenter
   7. Benson, William, carpenter
   9. Tumblety, John, seaman
 11. Aerated Water Works of Wheeler & Co.
 13. McCormick, Thomas, coach painter
 15. White, William, smith
 17. Paulin, William, carpenter
 19. Feeny, Patrick, lapper
 21. McCleod, Wm., book binder
 23. Steed, William, tailor
 25. Martin, Mrs.
                               __________

 20. Cameron, James, carter
 18. Mateer, John
 16. Trainor, Patrick, laborer
 14. Cleland, H., painter
 12. Crawford, Wm., brick layer
 10. Kearney, Francis, laborer
   8. Smylie, J., pork cutter
   6. Wightman, T., ship carpenter
   4. Rafferty, John, carver and gilder
   2. McKibbin, Mary, grocer

Murphy Street
off Great George Street

five small houses

Murray's Court
off Little George Street

five small houses and a number of stables

Murray's Row
off Antrim Road

   1. Ward, Adam, hackle setter
   3. Dowey, Mrs.
   5. McAleece, John, laborer
   7. Kane, Quinton, laborer
   9. Stewart, Francis, laborer
 11. Courtney, Edward, laborer
 13. Finnegan, Terence, laborer
 15. McCluskey, John, laborer
 17. Robb, William, laborer
 19. Ferrin, John, coachman

Murray's Terrace
Off Fisherwick Place

   1. Cullimore, Miss
   2. Gilmore, Joseph, linen warehouse superintendent
   3. Taylor, Samuel, bookkeeper
   4. Gregg, Wm., iron merchant [to remove in April 1868, to Willowbank, Antrim Road]
   5. Rothwell, Mrs., boarding school
   6. Aicken, Dr. Wm., M.D.
   7. Hincks, Miss
   8. McCulloch, A. G. S., shipping agent
   9. Vance, Samuel, Secretary to Chamber of Commerce

Music Hall Lane
off Upper Arthur Street

   6. Murphy, Felix, car owner
   7. McVeigh, Thos., car owner
   8. Loughran, A., flax bundler
   9. Bushell, T., bonded stores

Mustard Street
John Street to Stephen Street

1, 3 & 5. Side of Fountain Square National School
   7. Duncan, Patrick, laborer
   9. Collins, Sarah, dealer
 11. O'Raw, Susanna, lodging house
 13. Lyons, James, dealer
 15. Casey, John, stone cutter
 17. Daly, Henry, laborer
 19. Boyd, Robert, laborer
 21. Graham, Isabella, dealer
 27. Boyle, James, carpenter
 31. McIlvenny, James, carter
 39. Moore, Patrick, sweep
 41. McConvill, John, weaver
 43. Havelin, Daniel, laborer
 45. Reynolds, John, laborer
 55. Nixon, Wm., provision shop
 57. Holly, Charles, car driver
 59. Gill, Jas., engineering smith
 63. Nelson, Wm., shoe maker
 65. Weir, Joseph, weaver
 69. Maginniss, Michael, slater
 71. Vacant shop
 73. Ferguson, Wm. J., dealer
 75. Martin, William, stone cutter
 77. Martin, Patrick, shoe maker
 79. Carr, John, laborer
 81. Britton, Eliza, spirit dealer
                               __________

 86. Mulholland, John, nailer
 84. McKinney, John, coal porter
 82. McMillen, Joseph, laborer
 78. Griffith, J., holdfast maker
 76. Connolly, Henry, mechanic
 74. Cunningham, Jas., tobacco spinner
 72. Russell, Robert, laborer
 68. Donnelly, John, laborer
 66. Mulholland, Hugh, weaver
 64. Savage, Henry, carpenter
 62. Kelly, John, laborer
 60. Devlin, Terence, laborer
 56. McCann, John, weaver
 48. Tunny, Patrick, weaver
 46. Peak, Thomas, sawyer
 44. Wright, John, laborer
 40. McDennell, James, lapper
 38. Hughes, J., spirit dealer
 36. McAuley, Thos., shoe maker
34 to 30. McCausland, J., cooper
 28. Crawford, David, cooper
 26. Donnelly, John, carpenter
 24. Dixon, Hugh, tailor
 20. Sharkey, F., stone cutter
 18. McAuley, James, laborer
 16. McGaghan, Mrs. Elizabeth (McGeghan, E., book binder in 1877)
 14. Robinson, Thomas, laborer
 12. Nolan, James, laborer
 10. Bigger, Thomas, provision merchant (Biggar in 1877)
   8. Scott, James, spirit dealer
4 & 2. Fagan, E., spirit dealer

Mc

McAreavy's Court
Off Verner Street
Four small houses

McAuley Place
off McAuley Street
three small houses

McAuley Street
off Cromac Street

   1. Norwood, Thomas
   3. Graham, Sarah
   5. McMullan, John, laborer
   7. Leathem, M., in Gas Works
   9. Mahony, David, laborer
 17. Crane, John, carter
 19. Downey, Edward, tailor
 21. Corry, John, iron moulder
 23. Bailey, Samuel, laborer
 25. Newell, Wm., laborer
 27. McBride, S., in Gas Works
 29. O'Neill, William, water man
 31. McCormick, Miss
 33. English, Robert, coachman
 35. Mills, John, porter
 37. Gurnahan, Mrs.
 39. Boyd, Henry, car driver
 41. Mulholland, Francis
43 & 45. McCann, Elizabeth, spirit grocer
                              __________

 34. Lee, John, painter
 32. Hughes, Stephen, laborer
 30. Brady, Thos., horse shoer
 28. Hutton, Samuel, bundler
 26. Rooney, Mrs.
 24. Savage, Thos., brick layer
 22. Harrison, David, laborer
 20. Costello, Wm., horse dealer
 18. Murray, Wm., dairy
 16. Smith, John, laborer
 14. Rogers, Richard, laborer
 12. Savage, Hans, ship steward
 10. Gilpin, George, seaman
   8. Magee, Arthur, car driver
       Rere entrance to Eliza Street Flax Spinning Mill
       Henderson, Robert & Son, stabling and yard

McCavana's Place
Off Franklin Street

   1. Girvin, Michael, laborer
   3. Hoy, Alex., smith
   5. Cullen, Patrick, lapper
   7. Reid, John, clerk
   9. McEwen, Henry, mechanic
 11. Hodge, Henry, mechanic
 13. McAteer, Wm., carpenter
 15. Donnelly, Henry, mechanic
                              __________

 20. Shannon, Mrs.
 18. McMullen, Michl., car owner
 16. Spence, Matthew, saddler
 14. Connor, John, laborer
 12. Noble, James, sawyer
 10. McCleery, Mrs.
   8. Loughlin, Harriet
   6. Magee, James, coachman
   4. McAuley, Thos., carpenter
   2. McQuillan, James, mechanic

McClean's Entry
off Marquis Street
two small houses

McCleery Street
Great George Street to Henry Street

   1. Smith, Ann, milliner and dress maker
   3. McConnell, James, lapper
   5. Rea, Ellen, seamstress
   7. Little, John, rivetter
   9. McIntyre, Wm., coachman
 11. Fleming, Mrs.
 13. McKay, William, stone cutter
 15. Mills, John, seaman
 17. Rea, Edward, laborer
 19. Hill, Walter, mechanic
 21. Carnegie, Henry, mechanic
 23. Fee, Wm., laborer
 25. Curry, Jane
 27. Thompson, Mrs. Margaret
 29. Niblock, David, carpenter
 31. Hamilton, James, laborer
 33. McDonald, James, slater
 35. Rentoun, Edward, grocer
 37. Patterson, John, stone cutter
 39. Donnelly, Thomas, seaman
 41. McNeill, Wm., brick layer
 43. Mackin, James, laborer
 45. Gordon, Joseph, seaman
 47. Scott, John, brass founder
 49. Ferguson, Agnes
       Murphy, J., rere entrance to timber yard
                               __________

 74. Easdale, John, carpenter
 72. McCourt, Henry, laborer
 70. McCourt, Thomas, rougher
 68. Thompson, Thomas
 66. McGeagh, Bernard, carpenter
 64. Clements, Thos., cabinet maker
 62. Spence, James, shoe maker
 60. Christy, James, dealer
 58. Ardiss, Robert, carpenter
 56. Tyrrell, M., pattern maker
 54. Downey, Andrew, engineer
 52. Conlin, James, fireman
 50. Fitzpatrick, J., coal dealer
 48. M'Teir, Thomas, pensioner
 46. Kenney, John, porter
 44. McNally, Thos., brick layer
 42. Curry, Samuel, seaman
 40. Blair, James, clerk
 38. McCauley, Daniel, mechanic
 36. Savage, John, yarn dresser
 34. Gibson, Robert, plater
 32. Bradshaw, T., flax dresser
 30. Mullan, Samuel, captain
 28. Mayne, Hugh, coal porter
 26. Surgenor, Wm., sawyer
 24. Williamson, Henry, tenter
 22. Redick, Wm., tenter
 20. Herdman, Mary Jane
 18. Moorehead, John, laborer
 16. Graham, Robert, laborer
 14. Whitford, Isabella
 12. Herron, Martin, winding master
 10. Gorman, Wm., turnkey (Gordon, William, smith in 1877)
   8. Nelson, James, blacksmith
   6. Gorman, James, mechanic
   4. Thompson, T., blacksmith
   2. Heatley, James, hackler

McClenaghan's Court
Off Mill Street

   1. Gibson, Robert, brass founder and gas fitter
   2. Cambridge, William, brush factory and stores
   3. Russell, W. & J., cabinet makers & house carpenters

McCluskey's Court
Seven small houses

McConkey's Court
Off Brown Square
three small houses

McConkey's Entry
Off Brown Square
Six small houses

McCoubrey's Entry
off Hercules Street
six slaughter houses

McCully's Place
Off Peter's Hill
four small houses

McDonald's Row
off Grosvenor Street

   1. Strong, Harriet
   3. Gillespie, Patk., sawyer
   5. Irwin, Adam, brick layer
   7. McSorley, Mrs.
   9. Ewing, James, brass founder
 11. McGowan, Anthony, porter
 13. Connolly, Arthur, laborer
                               __________

 12. Taggart, George, laborer
 10. Vacant, two stories
   8. Reynolds, James, laborer
   6. Kidd, John, laborer
   4. McSwain, Denis, laborer
   2. Johnston, Wm., carpenter

McDowell's Entry
Off Durham Street
nineteen small houses

McFarland's Court
Off Wesley Place
Six small houses

McGahen's Place
Linfield Road to Railway Street

   2. Molloy, Felix, laborer
   4. Patten, John, gardener
   6. Stephenson, Joseph, lapper
   8. McKay, John, laborer
 10. Hamilton, J., cattle dealer
 12. McCoubrey, Wm., carding master

McGuinness's Row
off Everton Street

   1. Irwin, William, bundler
   3. Neill, Mrs. Nancy
   5. McGrath, William, hackler
   7. McDowell, J., block printer
   9. Young, Robert, hackler
                               __________

 10. Saunders, Wm. J., grocer and beer retailer
   8. Kirk, Thos., block printer
   6. Watson, James, tenter
   4. McAlinden, Patrick, hackler
   2. Bradley, James, watchman

McIvor's Place
Off Wilson Street

   1. Blessington, James, laborer
   3. McCann, Robert, hackler
   5. Johnston, Wm., hackle pin maker
   7. Gilmour, W., sub-constable
   9. McMillen, James, rougher
 11. Wylie, John, corn miller
 13. Robinson, Wm., carter
                              __________

 14. Reiley, John, hackler
 12. Hamilton, Jas., harbor constable
 10. Clenahan, Hugh, painter and glazier
   8. Goudy, Jas., laborer
   6. Bunting, Thomas, gas fitter
   4. Campbell, Wm., lapper
   2. Luke, J., factory worker

McKenna's Place
Off Welsh Street

   1. Magee, John, seaman
   3. Dunn, Henry, joiner
   7. Kelly, Mrs.
   9. Shimmon, John, carpenter
 11. Heyburn, Robert

McKenna's Row
Balaklava Street to Omar Street

   1. McKane, Robert, flax dresser
   2. McMullan, C., flax dresser
   3. Young, John, finisher
   4. Casey, John, laborer
   5. Murphy, Mrs.
   6. Tighe, George, plasterer
   7. Vacant, two stories
   8. Eccles, James, laborer
   9. McGrath, John, laborer
 10. Adams, F., flax dresser

McKibben's Court
Off North Street
twenty small houses

McKiller's Court (McKillen's?)
Off Nelson Street

   1. Keown, William, laborer
   2. Coyd, James, seaman
   3. Conway, James, laborer
   4. Mayne, David, seaman
   5. Black, Thomas, laborer
   6. Mitchell, Mrs.
   7. McMillen, John, laborer
   8. Kelly, Francis, laborer

McKilpen's Court
off Nelson Street
ten small houses

McLornan's Court
seven small houses

McMaster's Court
Off Millfield
two small houses

McMillen's Place
off New Durham Street

   1. Reels, Mrs. (Rees, Mrs. in 1877)
   3. Gamble, Abel, stone cutter
   5. Hill, William, laborer
   7. McKenna, Patrick, blacksmith
   9. McKeown, J., foundry man
 11. Lenaghan, Bernard, gas fitter
 13. Hamill, John, laborer
 15. McKavanagh, J., bleaching pin maker
 17. Corrigan, William, laborer
 19. McKeown, Mrs.
 21. McQuade, James, shoe maker
 23. Ross, John, brick layer
 25. Dowds, Joseph, laborer
 27. Burns, Hugh, pavior
 29. Martin, James, carpenter
 31. Toland, Eneas, mechanic
 33. Mullan, Daniel, laborer
 35. Burns, Thomas, laborer
 37. Lavery, James, reeling master
                               __________

 24. Loughran, Patrick, cooper
 22. Murphy, Michael, hackler
 20. McChrystal, Michael, tobacco spinner
 18. Murray, Edward, brick layer
 16. Kinsley, Daniel, upholsterer
 14. Shannon, Isabella
 12. Devlin, Mrs.
 10. Magee, John, laborer
   8. McQuillan, William, lapper
   4. Collins, Cornelius, painter
   2. O'Brien, Philip, dealer

McNamara's Court
Off New Lodge Road

 1-. White, James, laborer
 12. Brennon, Wm., blacksmith
       Thirteen small houses principally occupied by two or three families

McQuiston's Row
see Malone Road

McStay's Court
off New Lodge Road
two small houses

M'Tier Street
off Shankhill Road

   1. McConkey, J., spirit dealer
   3. Marshall, James, laborer
   5. Walker, Eliza
 15. Hogg, James, carter
 17. Falloon, Mrs.
 19. Black, Wm., carpenter
 21. McCartney, Geo., plumber
 23. McGahen, James, laborer
 25. Greer, Thos., dealer
 27. Cobain, James, car owner
 29. Vacant, two stories
 31. Vacant, two stories
 35. Barry, William, laborer
 37. Wilkinson, James, roper
 39. Mullan, James, weaver
 41. Hillis, James, shoe maker
 43. Little, D. C., iron moulder
 45. Brown, Mrs.
 47. McCracken, John, laborer
 49. Courtenay, John, carter
 51. Cunningham, L., plasterer
 53. Weir, Samuel, stone cutter
 55. Little, W., attorney's clerk
 57. Irwin, Edward, grocer
 59. Campbell, Geo., gas works
 61. Parkinson, Agnes
 63. McFetridge, W., brick layer
 65. Dempster, John, lapper
 67. Robinson, Francis, carter
 69. Solly, Francis, painter
 71. McCaughey, A., stone mason
 73. Solly, Robert, brass moulder
 75. Rooney, John, brick layer
 77. Andrews, John, weaver
 79. Gibson, James, seaman
 81. McConkey, J., spirit dealer
 83. Blackadder, T., block printer
 85. Stewart, Thomas, carter
 87. Martin, John, jail warder
 89. Bailey, Miss
 91. Mulholland, Jane
 93. Murray, Daniel, laborer
 95. Brown, Joseph, bread server
 97. Brown, Joseph, baker
 99. Graham, John, litho. printer
101. Johnston, Mrs.
103. Woods, John, baker
105. Berry, John
107. Mailey, Michael
109. Marshall, Sarah
111. McIlhenny, Ann
113. McKenna, F. H., tailor
                               __________

146. Leary, Matthew, laborer
144. McKeown, John, carpenter
142. McMahon, J., brush maker
140. McIlvenny, Robert, miller
138. Black, John, plumber
136. McPhelimy, J., shoe maker
134. M'Tear, W., shoe maker
132. Kennedy, John, brick layer
130. Jenkins, Mary
128. Gill, William, clerk
126. McQuade, Bernard, baker
124. Cobain, Mary
122. McSally, John, fireman
120. Toner, Hugh, grocer
118. McLarnon, D., carpenter
116. Bingham, John, traveller
114. Britton, J., shoe maker
112. Woodland, John, seaman
110. McFarland, Wm., dealer
108. Palmer, James, weaver
106. McComb, G., grocer and spirit dealer
104 & 102. Beck, J. H., grocer and spirit dealer
100. Crothers, James, baker
 98. McCracken, Wm., dealer
 96. McCormick, Robt., painter
 94. Kidd, William, carpenter
 92. Murdoch, James, baker
 90. Anderson, Wm., assistant sanitary inspector
 88. Harrison, Stewart, seaman
 84. Hood, Robert
 82. Graham, James
 80. Watters, Joseph, grocer
 78. McLarnon, John, carpenter
 76. Johnston, A., hair dresser
 74. McDowell, Charles, painter
 72. Smith, J., shoe maker
 70. Johnston, Robert, porter
 68. McDonnell, Elizabeth
 66. Bell, Samuel, car owner
 64. Mathews, John, laborer
 62. Stewart, Samuel, laborer
 60. McNeilly, Samuel, mechanic
 58. Carville, John, tenter
 56. Pearson, W. H., time keeper
 54. Galway, James
 52. Cunningham, R., plasterer
 50. Wright, John, grocer
 48. Crawford, Mrs.
 46. McCullough, James, porter
 44. Skeath, Mrs.
 42. Forsythe, Andrew
 40. Kyle, Walter, store keeper
 38 & 36. Coburn, Wm., grocer and spirit dealer
 34. Kerr, Alex., carpenter
 32. McKeown, Neal, grocer
 30. McAuley, H., pork cutter
 28. McNeill, William
 26. Graham, James, laborer
 24. Armstrong, John, miller
 22. McKinney, Wm., laborer
 20. Boyd, John, draper
 18. Gribbon, Samuel, smith
 16. Palmer, Thomas, traveller
 14. Wilson, William, draper
 12. Harper, John, slater
 10. Adams, Mrs.
   8. Kelly, Mrs.
   6. McKeown, James, porter
   4. Milliken, Wm., shoe maker
   2. Kane, Patrick, carter

M'Tier's Buildings
off Crumlin Road

       Morton, Wm., grocer
       McDowell, Wm., coachman
       Edwards, Mrs. Jane
       Watson, Joseph, hackler
       McCullough, W., beer seller
       Finn, John, bleacher
       Steele, Wm. John, hackler
       Lynas, Thomas, laborer
       Saunders, George, laborer
       King, Thomas, hackler
       McCleery, A., laborer
       Morton, Henry, grocer and spirit dealer
       Lyle, John, hackler
       Stephenson, Thos., hackler
       Crothers, Robt., porter
       Sloan, Wm. John, hackler
       Nesbitt, John, hackler
       Nesbitt, Robt., laborer

M'Tier's Court
off North Street
Fourteen small houses