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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 )

NAILER'S COURT
off Nelson Street

   ~  Francis Kane, carver.
   ~  Daniel Murphy's grain store.

NAIL STREET
off English Street

nineteen small houses

NAPIER PLACE
off Sandy Row

   1  James Calwell, pensioner.
   3  James Hill, clerk.
   5  James McRoberts, mechanic.

NAPIER STREET
off Sandy Row.

   2  Wm. McVicker, tailor.
   4  John McMahon, clerk.
   6  James Moore, cork cutter.
   8  John Thompson, pensioner.
 10  Joseph Gray, letter carrier.

NAPOLEON TERRACE
formerly Ingram Place
Donegall Pass.

 86  Mrs. Stewart.
 88 James Crozier, gentleman.
 90  Mrs. Todd, lodgings.
 92  Denis Freeman, government valuator.
 94  Helen Ladley, lodgings.
 96  Mrs. Eliza Heron.
 98  Mrs. Luke.

NEESON'S COURT
off Mill Street

thirty two small houses

NELSON PLACE
off Nelson Street

1,3,5&7  Stables &c. to houses in Henry Street.
   8  S. Thomson, car driver.
   6  J. Willis, picture frame maker.
   4  Charles McLean, pilot.
   2  Thomas Griffith, porter.

NELSON STREET
Great Patrick Street to Ship Street

    1  David Thoburn, pawn broker.
    3  David Thoburn's residence.
    5  Wm. & James McRoberts, pork merchants; residence, 70
        Nelson Street.
    7  Ralph Stockman, nail manufacturer.
    9  Eliza Thompson, cap maker.
  11  Francis McCullough, carpenter.
  13  Jane McKinstry.
  15  John Isdell, ladies' boot maker.
  17  Mrs. Douglas.
19&21  Wm. Thom, grocer.
  23  James Evans, pawn broker.
25&27  Nelson Street National School; Samuel Rogers, master;
        Ann Jane Dougal, mistress.
  29  Isaac Mayne, dealer.
  31  David Cooper, Custom-house officer.
  33  Esther McIlroy.
  35  Mrs. Shields.
  37  Mary Ann Brown.
  39  Alexander Lovitt, labourer.
  41  Robert Stewart, labourer.
  43  Denis McKeegan, seaman.
  45  Denis Kitson, cooper.
  47  John Bodkin, watch maker.
  49  Robert Murphy, pilot.
  51  Mary McAlister, lodgings.
53&55  VACANT
  57  Jane Adams.
59&61  Yards.
  63  side entrance to J. Kirker's spirit shop.
  ~   W. & J. Campbell's provision stores.
  ~   Richardson Brothers' yard.
111  Wm. Dale, spirit dealer.
113  William Kenny, butler.
115  VACANT
117  Hugh Dower, salesman.
119  VACANT
121  David Robinson, pattern maker.
123  Mrs. Coleman.
125  Jas. Donnelly, extra tide waiter.
127  J. Anderson, sawyer.
129&131  John Teeling, pensioner.
133  Allen Menzies, ship builder.
135  Henry Montgomery, fitter.
137  Alex. McKibbin, grocer.
139  James Black, rigger.
141  John White, pawn broker.
143  Peter Taggart, dealer.
145  Jas. Johnston, ship carpenter.
147  Jas. Ingram, ship carpenter.
149  Arthur McLaverty, grocer.
151  Jas. Kelly, ship carpenter.
153  Mary Jane Potbury, boarding house.
155  Francis Taggart, foreman carpenter.
157  Daniel Canavan, pork cutter.
159  Mrs. Herron, grocer.
167  John Porter, labourer.
169  James Stewart.
171  Robert Skillen, grocer.
173  John Scullin, spirit dealer.
175  Jane Gillespie, boarding house.
177  Jas. McNally, master mariner.
179  John Cooper, sawyer.
181  Yard
183  Frederick Hulland, clerk.
185  Yard
187  Catherine Montgomery.
189  J. Rogers, cattle dealer.
191  Thomas English, seaman.
193  Yard
195&197  Hugh Campbell, grocer.
199  Agnes Downey.
201  Joseph Munce, ship wright.
203  Robert Kay, draper.
205  Yard
207  Wm. John McMullan, reporter.
209  Mrs. Wilson.
182  Yard
180  John Bailie, bookkeeper.
178  Maria McCartney, school mistress.
176  Thomas Hudson, boiler maker.
174  James Crouch, grocer.
172  W. J. Herriott 7 Co., gas burner manufacturers.
179  William Robb, sea captain.
168  Saml. Megihon, ship carpenter.
166  Yard
164  James Ritchie, plumber.
162  Gateway
160  Jane Reilly, factory worker.
158&156  J. Cushnahan, spirit shop.
154&152  Thomas Magee, grocer and publican.
150  Wm. Arthur, tailor.
148  John Macartney, seaman.
146  Robert McCullough, seaman.
144  James Dogherty, Custom-house officer.
142  Mrs. Close, spirit dealer &c
140&138  James Daly, provision dealer.
136  Margaret McConnell.
134  john Robinson, ship carpenter.
132  William Bruce, ship smith.
130  James Dugan, ship carpenter.
128  Andrew Moore, gardener.
126  Patrick Geoghegan, clerk.
124  Hugh Harvey, house carpenter.
122  Thomas Shaw, pilot.
120  VACANT
118  Rowland Savage, cooper.
116  Patrick Logan, tailor.
114  James Quinn, spirit dealer.
112  Christian Scott, grocer &c
110&108  James McCleery, pawn broker.
106  David Pattern, mariner.
104  Mrs. Hughes, spirit dealer.
102  John Walker, ship carpenter.
100  Mrs. Hughes.
98&96  Thomas Owens, provision dealer.
84&82  James Frazer, muslin manufacturer.
  80  Wm. Anderson, builder.
  78  B. McManus, shoe maker.
76&74  VACANT
  72  James W. Craig, sea captain.
  70  Wm. McRoberts, provision merchant.
  68  Elizabeth Magee.
  66  John McCamley, haberdasher.
  64  J. Russell, engineer of Blenheim.
  62  G. Silly, captain of the Malvina.
  60  Yard
       {  Great George's Street intersects  }
  50  Mrs. Moorcroft's School.
  48  Wm. Young; office, 26 Little York Street.
  46  John Campbell, captain of the Semaphore.
  44  John Patterson, bookkeeper.
  42  Mrs. Connell.
  40  William Millen, school master.
  38  David Maxwell, book seller.
  36  Alexander Rankin, seaman.
  34  Samuel Boyd, clerk.
  32  Wm. Moreland, shop man.
  30  Hugh Bailie, ship carpenter.
  28  Henry Keenan, marine dealer.
  26  Jane Magee.
  24  Thomas Brown, clerk.
22&20  Hugh Somersett, grocer.
18&16  Robert Russell, grocer and publican.
  14  Robert Stewart, cooper.
  12  James McTier, sexton of Salem Wesleyan Chapel.
  10  Miss Miller, dress maker.
    8  Edward Keating, saddler.
    6  Robert Clements, labourer.
    4  Robt. Kearney, tobacco spinner.
    2  Edward O'Neill, ship carpenter.

NEW COURT
off Tomb Street

eight small houses

NEW LODGE PLACE

   1  Matthew McBride, pensioner.
   2  Samuel McIlroy, seaman.
   3  Alexander Collins, boot maker.
   4  Robert Patterson, labourer.
   5  Thomas Wallace, labourer.
   6  John McCoubrey, carpenter.
   7  Patrick Morrison, carpenter.
   8  John Molloy, cabinet maker.
   9  Hugh Johnston, labourer.
 10  Mrs. Trainor, huckster.
 11  Thomas Lindsay, mariner.
 12  Patrick Hughes, sawyer.
 13  Robert McCoubrey, carpenter.

NEW LODGE ROAD
from North Queen Street
formerly Pinkerton's Row

1&3  Joseph Finlay, spirit dealer and grocer.
    5 Aeneas Cunningham, shoe maker.
    7  George Greer, shoe maker.
    9  Owen Dogherty, huckster.
  11  Ellen Carroll, confectioner.
  13  Mary McGeogh, dealer.
  15  D. McNamara, mill wright.
  17  D. McIlroy, labourer.
  19  Mrs. Gourley.
  21  Entry
  23  James Dogherty, labourer.
  25  Innis McDonnell, labourer.
  27  Eliza Forbes.
  29  John Heatly, labourer.
  31  J. Johnston, grocer.
  33  Mrs. Haggarty, huckster.
  35  VACANT
  37  Mrs. Mooney.
  39  Thos. Alexander, carpenter.
  41  Cormac Leonard, labourer.
  43  Patrick Devine, labourer.
  45  Wm. Douglas, mill worker.
  47  Patrick Shirkie, labourer.
  49  Wm. Cavanagh, labourer.
  51  Thos. Campbell, labourer.
  53  John McCullough, labourer.
  55  Samuel Johnston, labourer.
  57  Wm. Boyce, grocer.
  59  James Dempster.
  61  Eliza Ward, huckster.
  63  James Walsh, tailor.
  65  Mrs. Douglas.
  67  E. Gardner, grocer and publican.
  69  Robert Purvis, carpenter.
  71  Mrs. McSourley.
  73  Margaret Walsh.
  75  Samuel Rushton, iron monger.
  77  Robert Boyd, pork cutter.
  79  VACANT
  81  John Erskine, carpenter.
  83  John Holland, preparing master.
  85  Wm. Lynch, preparing master.
  87  James McManus, labourer.
  89  Bernard Coyle, carter.
  91  George McMahon, labourer.
  93  Letitia Blair, huckster.
  95  Wm. Henderson, boat man.
  97  Mrs. Hughes.
  99  Charles Johnston, carter.
101  J. Beattie, spirit store.
       Entrance to Duncairn; residence of Adam J. Macrory,
       solicitor; office, Rosemary Street.
103  Hans Wilson, grocer.
105  John Hanna, huckster.
107  Stewart Dixon, pork cutter.
109  W. J. Warwick, labourer.
111  VACANT
113  Mrs. Green.
115  Mrs. Murray.
117  Wm. All, coach man.
119  James Ritchie, grocer.
116  Mrs. Kerr, dealer.
114  James Kearney, shoe maker.
112  Robert Tumblety, labourer.
110  Daniel McCartney, shoe maker.
  ~   John G. Roberts, deputy high constable of cess; office,
       Queen Street.
  ~   Wm. Lepper, Laurel Lodge.
  ~   Lodge Cotton Mill; Messrs. R. & W. Lepper, proprietors.
  ~   Robt. Lepper, Trainfield House.
  78  C. McCrudden, starch maker.
  76  Patrick Lenaghan, shoe maker.
  74  John McGahey, hackler.
  72  VACANT
  70  Charles Mullan, labourer.
  68  John Kennedy, shoe maker.
  66  Henry Robinson, grocer.
  64  John Hunter, cow keeper.
  62  Allen Cathcart, cow keeper.
  60  Hugh Ward, labourer.
  58  Margaret Close.
  56  James O'Neill, labourer.
  54  Peter Ward, fish dealer.
  52  Michael Hughes, labourer.
  50  Neill Hughes, labourer.
  48  Patrick Cunningham, labourer.
  46  James Busby, mill worker.
  44  Hugh Magee, labourer.
  42  John Quin, labourer.
  40  Patrick McIlroy, marine dealer.
  38  Robert Morrow, stationer.
  36  James Terry, labourer.
  34  John McIlroy, labourer.
  32  John McGuigan, labourer.
  30  Mary Mackel.
  28  Hugh Donohue, dealer.
  26  Rose Clarke, huckster.
  24  John Foy, sail maker.
  22  VACANT
  20  John Fern, labourer.
  18 Wm. Kean, porter.
  16  Joseph Collier, lock smith.
  14  Peter Collins, carter
  12  Terence Smyth, dealer.
  10  G. Cinnamond, shoe maker.
    8  Rose Ann Kelly, dealer.
    4  Yard.
    2  Wm. Orr, grocer.

NEW ROW
Berry Street

twenty two small houses

NILE STREET
from Nelson Street to York Street

1&3  Robert King, grocer and spirit dealer.
   5  Mrs. Armstrong.
   7  Andrew McDade, ship smith.
   9  Robert McGregor.
 11  R. Ritchie, grocer.
 13  John Jordan, pawn broker.
 15  Wm. Gilpin.
 17  Samuel Connolly, mechanic.
 19  Thomas Gordon, grocer.
 21  side of S. McConnell's provision store.
 30  Eliza Blair, grocer.
 28  Wm. Harrison, labourer.
 26  Alex. McAlister, seaman.
 24  Wm. Eades, carpenter.
 22  James Mount, seaman.
 20  Edward McMurray, in Rowan's foundry.
 18  Hugh McComb, ship carpenter.
 16  Patrick Allen, smith.
 14  Archibald Roberts, boat builder.
 12  John Saunders, pattern maker.
 10  John Simmon, sea captain.
   8  James Dinnen, revenue officer.
   6  James Adams, ship carpenter.
   4  Andrew Keating, carpenter.
   2  Robert McFerran, ship owner.

NORFOLK STREET
Falls Road

   1  Mrs. Mulholland.
   3  Entry.
   5  James Quinn, labourer.
   7  Mrs. Lancy.
   9  Mrs. Ward.
 11  Patrick Donaghy, hackler.
 13  Hugh Finlay, hackler.
 15  Andrew Daw, flax dresser.
 17  John Martin, hackler.
 19  Charles Muldoon, labourer.
 21  Edward Simpson, painter and glazier.
 23  John Thompson.
 25  Matilda Evans, dress maker.
 27  John Sullivan, rougher.
 29  Bernard Hughes, labourer.
 31  Charles Curran, carpenter.
 33  John McGorley, labourer.
 35  Agnes Hamill, sewer.
 37  Matthew Powan, shoe maker.
 39  Thomas Meley.
 41  James Woods, carpenter.
 43  Anthony Mahood, mill worker.
 45  James McCullough, tailor.
 47  Ann Mullan.
 49  Michael Kearney, sawyer.
 51  Wm. Echlin, flax dresser.
 53  Hugh Matthews, fireman.
 55  James Smith, bleacher.
 57  John McAlister, car man.
 59  Richard Webb, labourer.
 61  Patrick McMullan, labourer.
 63  John Curry, gardener.
 65  Thomas Dixon, labourer.
 36  J. Bowers, mill worker.
 34  James Heffern, labourer.
 32  Mary Lysles.
 30  H. Hamill, labourer.
 28  Quentin Moore, bleacher.
 26  Michael Magill, labourer.
 24  John Cromley, labourer.
 22  Andw. McSherry, wood turner.
 20  Mrs. Horris.
 18  Mrs. Morgan.
 16  Mrs. Laverty.
 14  Mrs. Murphy.
 12  Peter McGrain, flax dresser.
 10  Thomas McKeown, bundler.
   8  Mrs. Magee.
   6  John Collins, shoe maker.
   4  Mrs. Calvert.
   2  side entrance to Mary Duncan's spirit store.

NORMAN STREET
off Meadow Street

 18  Samuel Robinson, butler.
 16  Robert Foster, bundler.
 14  Wm. McAuley, sea captain.
 12  Matthew Larmour, grocer.
 10  Yard
   8  Alexander Murphy, clerk.
   6  Daniel Agnew, sea captain.
   4  Robert Lemon, coach man.
   3  Wm. B. Gifford's side door.
   5  Terence Robinson, labourer.
   7  Jas. Armstrong, mill worker.
   9  Wm. John Rodgers, clerk.

NORTH ANN STREET
Corporation Street to Nelson Street

 32  Richard McGregor, fireman.
 30  Thomas Collins, smith.
 28  C. Blake, ship carpenter.
 26  Wm. McCann, labourer.
 24  Anne Brown.
 22  David Tumblety, butler.
 20  Richd. Loughran, harbour constable.
 18  Ferguson Patton, painter.
 16  George Johnston, lumper.
 14  Robt. McCalpen, cabinet maker.
 12  John Connelly, sailor.
 10  Robert Anderson, sawyer.
   8  Michael Mooney, sailor.
   6  Peter Smith, carpenter.
   4  Robt. McCann, seaman.
   1  Mrs. Stewart, boarding house.
   3  John Cromie, cooper.
   5  Michael Manning, coast guard.
   7  Edward McKenna, labourer.
   9  Alice McCoy.
 11  Robert Doak, sawyer.
 13  John Gilmore, ship carpenter.
 15  Mrs. McIlvenna.
 17  John McGreevy, pilot.
 19  Wm. Pirrie, postman.
 21  George Mitchell, seaman.
 23  John Smith, labourer.
 25  John Scott, carpenter.
 27  Alex. Loughead, spirit dealer.

NORTH BOUNDARY STREET
Shankill Road to Old Lodge Road.

   1  Robt. Humphrey, rent agent.
3&5  Yard
   7  Margt. Weaver, school mistress.
   9  Robt. Wilcox, watch maker.
 11  John Malcolmson, carpenter.
 13  Wm. McConkey, labourer.
 15  Samuel Neill, bread server.
 17  Samuel Beaumont, iron moulder.
 19  Wm. Simms, tailor.
 21  John Dobbin, labourer.
 23  Samuel Burgess, labourer.
 25  Margaret Callendar, dress maker.
 27  David Taggart, store keeper.
29&31  Mrs. Patterson, huckster.                                  cont.  ^ >

           NORTH BOUNDARY STREET     continued 

 33  John Fulton, painter.
 35  James Campbell, linen lapper.
 37  James McNeilly, porter.
 39  John Galway, baker.
 41  Gateway
 43  Philip Redmond, tailor.
 45  Edward Linn, boot maker.
 47  Alexander Scott, plasterer.
 49  James Taylor, labourer.
 63  George Butler, pensioner.
 65  John Crozier, warper.
 67  Patrick Kearns, saddler.
 69  Mrs. Hazlett.
 71  James Cooke, plumber.
 73  Robert Innis, labourer.
 75  Wm. Robb, carpenter.
 77  William McBratney, grocer, 91 North Street.
 79  James Campbell.
 81  Edward Donnelly, spirit dealer.
   2  S. Keatley, pawn broker, side entrance.
   8  James Riddell, reed maker.
 10  Sinclair Neill, labourer.
 12  William McCurdy, carpenter.
 14  Eliza Suiter.
 16  Sarah Shean.
 18  John McCormick, miller.
 20  Wm. Young, brick layer.
 22  James McAuley, white smith.
 24  Eliza Madine.
 26  Margaret McArdle.
 28  Wm. John Harper, porter.
 30  Wm. Calendar, fancy dress manufacturer.
 32  Robert Hunt, baker.
 34  E. Whitla, dress maker.
 36  Henry Hunt, shoe maker.
 38  James Thorpe, brush maker.
 40  VACANT
 42  Wm. Magee.
 60  Donnelly & Little, proprietors of North Boundary Street Brass
       Foundry.
 62  Thos. McIlvenny, car owner.
 64  D. Kirkpatrick, cabinet maker.
 66  Robert May, confectioner.
 68  Hugh Montgomery, pensioner.
 70  Alexander McClurg, porter.
 72  Wm. Boyd.
 74  John Smylie, iron turner.
 76  Wm. Gilmore, labourer.
 78  R. Briggs, grocer.
 80  Wm. Taylor, carpenter.

NORTHBURN COURT
off Northburn Street

four small houses

NORTHBURN PLACE
Old Lodge Road

208  John McConnell, pawn broker.
210  John McCammon, linen lapper.
212  M. & J. Gardener, dress makers.
214  Robert Mateer, clerk.
216  John Ritchie, clerk.
218  Mrs. Foreman.

NORTH QUEEN COURT
off Albert Street

nineteen small houses

NORTH QUEEN STREET
Carrick Hill to Old Carrick Road

    1  John Pyper, principal of Belfast Mercantile Academy.
 3&5  Wm. McGibben, confectioner.
 7&9  Robt. Irwin, wine and spirit dealer.
  11  Charles Collins, labourer.
  13  Samuel Green, shoe maker.
  15  George Bradshaw, carver.
  17  H. Kelly, spirit dealer, Bank Lane.
  19  Constabulary Station.
 21&23  J. McMillen, spirit dealer.
  25  J. Blair, tailor.
  27  Wm. Delany, pensioner.
  29  James McDonnell, labourer.
  31  VACANT
  33  David Long, labourer.
  35  Alexander Kerr, painter.
  37  Sarah McClure.
  39  Wm. Cunningham, grocer.
  41  John Johnstone, stone cutter.
 43&45  Thos. West, labourer and fruiterer.
  47  Richard Lavery, spirit dealer.
  49  Isaac Smyth, gardener.
  51  James Walsh, spirit dealer.
  53  Patrick Cheevers, spirit dealer.
  55  Wm. Frame, grocer.
 57&59  Mrs. Scoffield, huckster.
  61  Wm. Leathem, shoe maker.
  63  Patrick McFarley, pensioner.
 65&67  J. O'Connor, publican.
 69&71  John Kenny, pensioner.
 73&75  Mrs. Hicks, dealer.
  77  Wm. McDonald, shoe maker.
  79  James Willasy, dealer.
  81  VACANT
  83  E. McSherry, cabinet maker.
  85  John Houston, mill worker.
  87  William John Hutchinson, mill worker.
  89  D. Cochrane, baker and grocer.
  91  Sarah McCrum, grocer.
  93  VACANT
  95  James Baxter.
  97  Thomas Price, notary public, commissioner for taking
        affidavits and commission agent; office, 14 Donegall
        Street.
  99  J. F. Knaresboro, gentleman.
105  Edward Smyth, spirit store.
107  John Canavan, publican and provision dealer.
109  John Canavan's residence.
111  Elizabeth Cromie, green grocer.
113  Mrs. Heaney.
115  Wm. J. Thompson, grocer.
117&119  Jane Murphy, grocer.
121  Wm. Boyd, cooper.
123  Abel Hadskis, pawn broker.
131  John McGurk, ship carpenter.
133  James W. Lindon, linen lapper.
135  C. O'Neill, bookkeeper.
137  James Gribbin, school master.
139  Mrs. Kirk.
141  John Forsythe, pensioner.
143  John Bell, carpenter.
145  James Cameron, engineer.
  90  A. M. Lester, Fox Tavern.
  88  John Cocker, pin maker.
  86  Wm. Montgomery, shoe maker.
  84  James Graham, brick layer.
  82  John Bradley, labourer.
  80  Margaret McMurray, fruiterer.
  78  Richard Magee, foreman.
  76  Joseph Finlay, grocer &c.
  74  Wm. Orr, grocer.
  72  James McCann, shoe maker.
  70  Patrick Dogherty, dealer.
66&64  R. Hilland, grocer.
  62  Samuel McDonald, pawn broker.
   ~  Cavalry Barracks.
60&58  T. McGurk, spirit dealer.
  56  Alex. K. Burke, tailor.
  52  Wm. Rodgers' yard.
  50  Miss Bell, stationer.
   "    Mrs. Orr, milliner &c.
48&46  Samuel Moore, haberdasher.
  44  Wm. Cosgrave, sales man in E. Walkington & Sons.
  42  Mrs. Craigon.
  40  Mrs. Pascoe.
  38  Robt. Brown, professor of music.
  36  Entry door.
  34  Richard Gardner, clerk.
  32  Edmund Dixon, bookkeeper.
  30  Wm. Kerr, of Mercer & Kerr, druggists &c., North Street.
  28  Charles Frost, agent.
26&24  Vacant Yard.
  22  Mrs. Knox.
  20  John Kerr, accountant in the Town Hall.
  18  James Ferris, cabinet maker.
   ~  Infantry Barracks.
  16  Yard
  14  VACANT
  12  Robert Howe.
  10  Alex. Moncreiff, bookkeeper.
    8  Captain O'Donoghue, 76th Regt.
    6  John McClinton, chandler &c., Academy Street.
    4  Jas. Cameron; office, 47 Donegall Street.
    2  Mrs. Dyer; shop, 14 John Street.
   ~  Old Poor House; John Brunker, house steward; Wm. Vance,
       school master.

NORTH QUEEN STREET PLACE

six small houses

NORTH STREET
Bridge Street to Peter's Hill

1&3  John Lytle, wholesale grocer, seed merchant and starch
        manufacturer; residence, Old Lodge Road.
    5  Alex. Hall & Co., druggists.
    7  John Adams, glass, paint, oil and colour warehouse.
    9  Patk. McGuinness, gutta percha boot and shoe shop.
  11  James McCann, soap and candle manufacturer; residence
        3 Winecellar Entry.
  13  Thomas Crawford, grocer and seed merchant.
  15  Wm. Addison, wholesale grocer and seed merchant.
  17  VACANT
  19  William Stewart, boot and shoe shop.
  21  James Boyd, umbrella and parasol maker.
  23  William Bullock, book seller and commission agent.
  25  Robert Douglas & Co., boot and shoe makers.
  27  James Rea, boot and shoe maker.
  29  Mrs. Robinson's commercial boarding house.
  31  John & Robert Potts, iron merchants; John Potts' residence,
       Antrim Terrace; Robt. Potts' residence, Rosemount, Antrim Rd.
  33  James Kavanagh, wholesale grocer, glass, oil and colour
       dealer.
35&37  Bell & Borthwick, linen yarn and flax merchants; residences
       John Bell, jun., Seaview, Greenisland; Wm. Borthwick,
       Prospect, Carrickfergus.
  41  Edward Kennedy, spirit dealer.
  43  Daniel R. Brannigan, wholesale tea, wine and spirit stores;
       residence, 5 Murray's Terrace.
45&47  William Dobbin & Co., wholesale grocers, druggists and
       dry salters; residence, Rose Lodge, Donegall Pass.
  49  Robert Milliken, saddler and harness maker.
  51  William Black, boot and shoe maker.
  53  E. & M. Riddell, bonnet makers.
  55  John Andrews, boot and shoe maker.
  57  Patrick McLarnon, shoe maker.
  59  J. Graham, wholesale confectioner.
  61  James Thompson, baker and flour merchant.
  63  John Dickey, grocer and tea merchant.
  65  Alex. Gillespie, haberdasher.
  67  D. Moore, boot and shoe maker.
  69  James Clarke, haberdasher.
  71  John Dysart, grocer and provision store.
  73  John Girvan, tin smith.
  75  A. Mayne, grocer and druggist.
  77  Forster Green & Co., Golden Eagle tea establishment.
  83  Wm. Tate, grocer and tea importer.
  85  Wm. Tate, green hide, leather and nail stores.
87&89  Blackburn & Co., wholesale and retail grocers and
        druggists.
  91  W. McBratney, provision dealer.
  93  Frederick Hoffman, leather merchant.
  95  J. Mulholland, haberdasher.
  97  VACANT
   "   Thomas Gribben, huckster.
  99  T. & W. Watt, grocers.
101  Miss M. Griffith, haberdasher.
103  George Jackson, leather merchant.
105  Mary A. Browne, haberdasher.
107  J. McKeown, grocer.
109  W. Campbell, leather merchant.
111  P. O'Neill, boot and shoe maker.
113  J. Caruth, bakery and flour stores.
115  Thomas Saunders, brazier and tin smith.
117  Catherine Justin, whip manufactory.
119  James Connor, toy shop.
121  Robt. Mahaffey, boot and shoe maker.
123  Miss M. Martin, haberdasher.
125  Joseph Anderson, grocer and tea dealer.
127&129  John Casey, spirit dealer and grocer.
131  J. & W. Loughlin, spirit dealer.
133  John McGimpsey, grocer.
135  Patrick Dumphy, haberdasher.
  "     Teresa Maginn, haberdasher.
137  W. McIlroy, grocer and spirit dealer.
  "     Andrew McIlroy, car man's yard.
139&141  VACANT
143  Thomas Pyper, grocer.
  "     Sam. McIlroy, confectioner.
145  Robert Corry & Co., biscuit manufacturers.
147  Oswald Dickens, haberdasher.
  "     Eliza Gwynn, stay maker.
149  James Dunlop, whip manufactory.
151&153  John Shoort (Short) & Company, bakery and flour stores.
155  Geo. Kerns, saddler and harness maker.
157  Jas. Morrow, provision dealer.
159  Wm. Todd, hair dresser.
161&163  Michael Fox, provision dealer.
165  Jas. Hawks, provision dealer.
167&169  Elisha Crawford, baker.
171  Hugh Auld, provision dealer.
173  Eliza Anderson, spirit dealer.
175  Michael Kelly, provision dealer.
177  Margaret Price, haberdasher.
179  Anthony Lavery, provision dealer.
181  Thomas Boyd, baker and flour dealer.
183&185  Wm. Kealey, provision dealer.
187  Patrick Rice, butcher.
189  Hugh McKeown, grocer.
191  Robert Gilmor, pawn broker.
204  F. Kelly, spirit dealer &c.
202  Margt. Dogherty, haberdasher.
200  John K. McKenna, spirit dealer.
198  Hugh McKeown, stabling yard and posting establishment.
  "    Robert Stitt, baker.
196&194  Luke McCann, ginger ale manufacturer.
192  Wm. McClarnon, confectioner.
190  Thomas Staunton, butcher.
188  Thomas McGreevy, tailor.
186  Robert Spence, boot maker &c.
184  John Boyd, stabling yard.
  "     Thomas Boyd, spirit dealer.
182&180  Thomas Bryson, hardware and toy shop.
178  J. Smith, looking glass maker.
176  John Canavan's timber and coal yard.
174  James Crozier, watch maker &c.
172  VACANT
170  Paul Mahir, soap and candle manufacturer.
168  Jas. Cumine, optical and photographic warehouse.
166  James Irvin, spirit dealer.
164  Sam. Smyth, stabling yard.
  "     Wm. Smyth, spirit dealer.
162  James Lowry, cloth lapper.
160  J. Gilmore's stabling yard.
  "    Hugh Gilmore, grocer &c.
158  Owen Gilmore, spirit dealer.
  ~   Eagle Inn.
156  P. Henry, dealer and boarding house.
154  Edward Daly, surgeon.
152  A. Hunter, leather merchant.
150  John Fitzsimmons, nail manufacturer.
148  John Townley, confectioner.
146  Wm. J. Davis, nailer.
144  E. Leathem, umbrella maker and bell hanger.
142  Michael McAvoy, pipe manufactory.
140  Charles Hunter, toy shop.
138  J. Johnston, grocer and provision dealer.
136  T. Huston (Houston) saddler.
134  Jas. McAlea, spirit dealer, salt and bran stores.
132  J. & J. Waugh, leather warehouse.
130  Arthur Crawford's iron stores and residence.
128  John W. Beck, MD., surgeon and apothecary.
126  James Boucher, haberdasher.
124  James Mairs, grocer &c.
122  John McFarlane, watch maker.
120  Joseph Elliott, grocer.
118  Thomas Sanderson, carpenter.
116  Richard Ware, haberdasher.
114  James Boyd, spirit dealer.
112  John Byrne, chandler.
110  Susan Lowes, baker and flour merchant.
108  Miss Patrick & Miss Garland, shoe shop.
106  Thos. Young, leather cutter.
  "     Wm. Mathews, hair dresser and wig maker.
104  Adam Duncan, car man's inn and stabling yard.
102  James Brady, spirit dealer.
100  John Devlin, haberdasher.
  98  M. A. Montgomery, milliner.
   "    Elizabeth McPolin, dress maker and milliner.
  96  Joseph McAlister, soap and candle manufacturer.
  94  Bernard McAuley, boot and shoe maker.
  92  J. Lamb, boot and shoe maker.
  90  Bernard McAuley, boot and shoe maker.
  88  Annie Davey, milliner.
  86  T. Clokey, confectioner.
  84  Margt. Hennessy, haberdasher.
  82  Launcelot (Lancelot) Turtle, tobacco manufacturer.
  80  Thos. Quinn, White Cross Inn.
  78  Robt. Morrow, stationer.
  76  Thos. Gribben, book seller.
  74  Patrick Hampson, rope and twine manufacturer.
  72  VACANT
  70  James Marlow, rope and twine manufacturer.
  68  North Star Inn and posting establishment; Geo. Gordon,
        proprietor.
  66  VACANT
  62  Mary McCalla, haberdasher.
   "    Mary Pollock, book seller.
  60  George Moore, chandler.
  58  R. & W. J. Williamson, leather merchants.
   "    James Torbitt, wine merchant and spirit dealer; residence, 55
        York Street.
  56  Wm. Moore, brush and trunk manufacturer.
  54  Samuel Malcolmson, soap and candle manufacturer;
        residence, Albion Place.
  52  VACANT
  50  E. Collins, boot and shoe maker.
  48  Robert Morrison, trunk and basket manufacturer.
  46  Wm. Riley, haberdasher.
44&42  Wm. Henry Morris, soap and candle manufacturer;
        residence, Brookville, Antrim Road.
40&38  Mercer Kerr & co., wholesale druggists and general
        merchants; residence, William Kerr, North Queen Street.
  36  Duncan & Thompson, cap manufacturers.
   "    Edward McGrath, hardware merchant, jeweller &c.
  32  Miller, Clendinning & Co., Manchester and Scotch ware
        house men and manufacturers; residences, William
        Clendinning, 28 College Square North; Geo. L. Miller,
        Malone Road.
  30  Samuel McCausland, wholesale grocer, tobacco manuf-
       acturer, seed merchant and ship owner; residence,
       Cherryvale, Ormeau Road.
  28  S. McCausland's stores.
  26  James McClean, currier and leather merchant.
  24  Fergus Massy, tobacconist.
  22  Thomas Gray, wholesale and retail grocer, ship owner &c.
20&18  Wm. Dobbin & Co., wholesale and retail grocers and
        druggists; residence, Rose Lodge, Donegall Pass.
  16  Wm. Sherrie, wholesale and retail brush manufacturer and
        gutta percha agent.
  14  John McCluskey, hat and cap ware house.
  12  George Massy, tobacco and snuff manufacturer.
  10  J. & J. Haslett, dry salters and druggists.
    6  Wm. & Samuel Stewart, trunk, bellows and brush manufact-
        urers.
    4  John McDonnell, tobacconist and grocer.
    2  Jas. Skene, spirit dealer, Stag's Head Tavern.

NORTH KING STREET
Gardiner Street to Brown Square.

 14  John Robb, dealer.
 16  Alexander Murdoch, weaver.
 18  John Hawthorn.
          eight small houses

NORTHUMBERLAND STREET
Falls Road to Shankill Road.

    2  VACANT
    4  A. W. Craig & Co., Falls Factory.
  39  Alexander Robinson, carter.
  32  George English, warper.
  34  Michael Daly, brick layer.
  36  Robt. McKinstry, mill manager.
  38  Mrs. Potter.
  40  John Frew, brewer's sales man.
  42  Wm. Wright, constable.
  44  Mrs. Robinson.
  46  VACANT
  48  Robert Morris, fireman.
  50  Hugh McQuillan, labourer.
  52  Wm. Taylor, porter.
  54  George Anderson, constable.
  56  John Forsythe, labourer.
  58  R. Dyer, shoe maker.
  60  John Morrow, bundler in mill.
  62  James Miller, printer.
  64  Eliza McNeill.
  66  Robt. Lynas, plasterer.
  68  Stewart Hall, spirit dealer.
  70  James Hamilton, mill worker.
  72  Miss Birnie.
  74  Joseph Steene, power loom tenter.
  76  John Thompson, servant.
  78  John Stephenson, gardener.
  80  T. McBurney, grocer.
  82  Jane Taggart.
  84  Mrs. Martin.
  86  Geo. Harkin, power loom dresser.
  88  John Henderson, shoe maker.
  97  Hugh Watson, fireman.
  99  Denis McMichael.
101  Thomas McBride, dairy man.
103  John McCann, pensioner.
105  Murty Feesham, cow dealer.
107  George Green, block printer.
109  John Regan, calico printer.
111  Robt. Hunter, power loom tenter.
113  Gateway.
115  Robt. Peel, baker and publican.
several new houses unfinished

NORTON STREET
McAuley Street to Raphael Street
(as numbers run in the book)

   2  Ellen Kelly.
   4  Bernard Darragh, labourer.
   6  James Walker, constable.
   8  Emily Smith.
 10  Wm. John Waring.
 12  James Carlin, coach maker.
 14  Margaret Rodgers, servant.
 16  James O'Neill, labourer.
 11  Andrew Lynas, shoe maker.
 10  Robert McCullough, porter.
   9  James Mechan, carpenter.
   8  Wm. Agnew, sawyer.
   6  Wm. McGonaghan, labourer.
   5  James Wright, painter.
   4  John Hall, baker.
   3  Mrs. Blakely.
   2  Wm. Evans, labourer.
   1  Aaron Smith, labourer.

NORWOOD STREET
off Wellwood Place, Great Victoria Street

   1  Isaac Dawson, grocer.
   3  VACANT
   5  Thomas Brown, weaver.
   7  James Livingstone.
   9  Wm. Alexander, stone mason.
   2  Wm. Cox, warper.
   4  John Craig, clerk.
   6  Thos. Neill, manager in factory.
   8  John Boal, school master, Victoria Place School.
sixteen small houses in the rear of Norwood Stree

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