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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

 

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O'HAGGARTY'S COURT
Boundary Street

nine small houses

O'HAGGARTY STREET
Boundary Street

   1  Charles Mackin, car owner.
   3  Yard and stables.
   5  Ann McKenna, mill worker.
   7  Lawrence Ainger.
9&11  Jas. Neill, grocer, rear entrance.
 10  Rose Hinds.
   8  Fardy Hughes, shoe maker.
   6  John McKenna, labourer.
4&2  VACANT

OLD LODGE ROAD
Peter's Hill to Crumlin Road

1 to 15 ~ small houses
  17  Hugh McCann, butcher.
  19  J. Mulgrew, blacking manufacturer.
  21  Mary Ann McBride.
  23  John Colgan, sorter.
  25  Mrs. Donnelly.
  27  Daniel Magee, grocer.
  29  VACANT
  31  Catherine Magill, lodgings.
  33  Thomas Abbott, reed maker.
  35  Owen McKee.
  37  Thomas McClure, labourer.
  39  Patrick Fleck, grocer.
  41  James McIlvenna.
  43  Wm. Mullin, carpenter.
  45  Mrs. Hagans, weaver.
  47  Denis Havlin.
  49  John Stevenson, grocer.
  51  James Gardner, waiter.
  53  James McCracken, overseer.
  55  James Magill.
  57  James McCormick, labourer.
  59  Ezekiel Moore, white smith.
  61  John McCluskey, hatter.
  63  Jane Sharp.
  65  Eliza Smith, grocer.
  67  A. McMillen, pawn office.
  69  Thomas Cochrane, carpenter.
  71  Joseph Hill.
  73  Thos. Walker, grocer.
  75  P. McDonald, grocer.
  77  Edward Magowan, carpenter.
  79  Mrs. Matthews.
  81  Samuel Craig.
  83  John McCurry, carpenter.
  85  Mary Orr, milliner and bonnet maker.
131  Patrick Burns, weaver.
133  Aaron Osborne, weaver.
135  Hugh Hamill, tailor.
137  Anne Brady, weaver.
139  Bernard Gorman.
141  Michael Andrews.
143  Jane Magee.
145  Wm. John Meharg, porter.
147  Mrs. McDonald.
           houses in course of erection
  ~   Fairview House; Jas. Malcolmson, Castle Place.
  ~   rear entrance to Court House.
205  Thos. Phillips, cambric sorter.
                         left side:
246  Samuel Stewart, grocer.
244  James Reed, clerk.
242  Joseph McCarter, clerk.
240  W. H. Cluff, traveller.
238  James Laverty, traveller.
236  Wm. Johnston, traveller.
234  Mrs. McWilliams.
232  A. Moore, milliner and dress maker.
230  Wm. Beatty, spirit grocer.
228  R. Wallace, spirit grocer.
226  John McKavanagh, labourer.
206  Ellen Anderson, grocer.
204  VACANT
202  Henry Thompson, porter.
200  James O'Hare, milkman.
198  Margaret Black.
196  Wm. Thompson, sawyer.
194  Sarah Lynch, washer woman.
192  Wm. Close, bread server.
190  Robert Pearce, printer.
188  John Patterson, grocer.
186  Henry Harrison, baker.
184  David McLarnon, labourer.
182  James Riddell, labourer.
180  James Macauley, pork cutter.
178  Jas. Patton, shoe maker.
176  John Ward, tailor.
174  Mrs. Blair.
172  Mrs. McMechan.
170  Jas. Neill, reed maker.
168  Jas. Crooks, saw maker.
166  John McCutcheon, brick layer.
164  Wm. Waddell, clerk.
162  Robert McBratney.
160  John Brown, school master.
158  Margt. Campbell, dealer.
156  Edward Donnelly, spirit dealer.
154  Mrs. Cribbis.
152  Mary Ann Beattie, grocer.
148  Jas. Magee, grocer.
146  John McCann, pensioner.
144  Thomas Ryan.
142  Peter Andrews, trump maker.
140  Charles Barr, labourer.
138  John Kane, clerk.
136  Alexander Kelso, grocer.
  86  Mrs. Bruce.
  84  Wm. Wright, foundry worker.
  82  Mary Blundell, huckster.
  80  Robert Hendrin.
  78  Mrs. McComb, grocer.
   ~  New School House in connexion with Eglinton Street
       Presbyterian Church.
  50  Bernard Mallon, wood turner.
  48  Mrs. Sarah Hagarty, grocer.
  46  Hugh Bingham.
  44  Thos. Lewis, publican.
         new houses
  32  John Turney, cutler.
  30  Wm. Roach, labourer.
        eleven small houses
    2  Bernard O'Neill, spirit dealer.

OLDPARK ROAD
from Old Lodge Road

   ~  John Lytle, Old Lodge House.
   ~  ? Andrews, Park Lodge.
   ~  J. Getty, gentleman, Beechpark.
   ~  J. Hind, flax spinner, The Lodge.
   ~  James Coleman, Lodge Cottage; office, Church Street.
   ~  W. T. B. Lyons, Oldpark.
   ~  Oldpark Print Works; William Girdwood & Co., proprietors.
                  left side:
   ~  Jas. McTeir, gentleman, Vernant Lodge.

OLDPARK TERRACE
Oldpark Road

   1  Henry Joy McCracken, Custom House officer.
   2  H. Hodgkinson, commission agent.
   3  Captain Hand.
   4  Wm. Ware, butter merchant; office and stores, Great Patrick
       Street.
  ~  M. J. Andrews, Oldpark Lodge.

OMAR STREET
Falls Road

   2  Entry door.
   4  Alexander Bowden, carpenter.
   6  Mrs. Johnston.
   8  Robert Laird, mechanic.
 10  Thomas Forde, labourer.
 12  John Quin, hackler.
 14  Joseph English.
 16  Anne Douds.
 18  Mrs. McVicker.
 20  Mrs. Sharp.
 22  John Mallon, labourer.
 24  Mrs. Ardis.
 26  James Meaklin, porter.

ORMEAU ROAD
from Cromac Bridge to Ballynafeigh, right side

    1  Alex. McMullin, grocer.
    3  George McRoberts, in gas works.
    5  Mrs. McCaldin.
    7  Wm. Lynas, stokerer.
    9  Hugh Sterling, carpenter.
  11  John Vance, carver.
  13  Ralph Mettrick, labourer.
   "    D. Dinnen, butcher.
  15  James Dixon, builder.
  17  Robert Macauley, carpenter.
  19  VACANT
  21  Robert Moore, linen lapper.
  23  John Rutherford, grocer.
  25  John Coyle, grocer &c
  27  John Taylor, grocer and spirit dealer.
  29  Thomas Robins, slater.
  31  Elizabeth McComish, butcher.
  33  Sarah Devlin, washer woman.
  35  Daniel Kane, shoe maker.
  37  Henry Hull, civil bill officer.
  39  Mrs. McManus, dairymaid.
  41  Jas. Henry, weigh master, grain market.
  43  Ellen McKeiver.
  51  Mrs. Allen.
  53  Robert Greer, of Greer  & Oakman, 15 Donegall Street.
  55  Mrs. C. Rea.
  57  Charlotte Fletcher.
  59  T. Wallace, commission agent.
                    Ormeau Place
  61  VACANT
  63  Ellen Kinsley.
  65  Wm. Magill, brewer.
  67  VACANT
  69  Samuel Kirner, coal agent.
  71  VACANT
  73  Wm. Milley, paper manufacturer.
  75  Wm. M. Johnston, clerk.
  77  Mrs. Oldham.
  79  David Corbitt, of Brown & Corbitt, wholesale wine and spirit
        merchants, 52 Victoria Street.
  81  Mrs. Simms.
  83  Thos. Greer, merchant, Waring Street.
  85  Thomas Henry, gentleman.
  87  Miss Mary Harrison.
  89  Jas. Thompson, linen merchant.
133  Henry Reid, broker; office, 35 Donegall Street.
135  Wm. Batt, gentleman.
137  William Hamilton, merchant; Ann Street.
139  Jas. Barnett, grain merchant.
  ~   Cromac Park, Fras. Glenfield, chandler, High Street.
        {  Ormeau Bridge  }
               left side
  ~   Ormeau, Seat of the Marquis of Donegall.
124  The Rev. Henry Cooke, DD.,LL.D.
122  Hugh C. Clarke, auctioneer and broker, Rosemary Street.
  ~   Cricket Club House.
  ~   Cromac House, Samuel Cowan.
  34  Miss Moreland.
  ~   Gasfield House, James Stelfox, manager of Belfast Gas
        Works.
  ~   back entrance to Gas Works.
  32  Samuel Campbell, labourer.
  30  James Smyth, in gas works.
  28  Samuel Spence, gardener.
  26  William Jones, overseer in gas works.
   ~  Belfast Gas Company's Works; James Stelfox, manager.
  18  John Johnston, labourer.
  16  Peter Campbell, labourer.
  14  David Lindsay's stabling yard.
  12  David Lindsay, coal factor.
  10  Cunningham King, cutler.
    8  Bernard McCallin & Co., Coal Island Fire Brick and Tile Works
    6  Bernard McCallin's residence.
    4  Alex. Bingham, in gas works.
               {  Cromac Dock  }

ORMEAU STREET
off Ormeau Road

   1  Mrs. Jane Shaw.
   3  George Withrington, clerk.
   5  James Donaldson, power loom tenter.
   7  John McStay, servant.
   9  Mrs. Emo.
 11  Mrs. Woods.
 13  John McCormick.
 19  R. Henry, buyer in Arnott & Co.'s.
   8  James P. Morrie, buyer in Thos. Greer & Sons.

ORMOND STREET
Falls Road

   1  Wm. John Fleming, porter.
   3  Joseph Wright.
   5  Mrs. Lowry.
   7  Mrs. Johnston.
   9  Mrs. Martin.
 19  Eliza Hawthorne.
 21  Wm. Cannon.
 23  Peter Watson, gardener.
 25  Mrs. Hawthorn.
 27  David McIlwaine.
 29  Samuel Drain, shoe maker.
 31  John Adair, mill worker.
 33  Wm. Cowan.
 35  John Mitchell.

ORR'S ENTRY
off High Street

   1  James Allen, tailor.
   3  Patrick Kearns, tailor.
   5  Miss Russell.
   7  Andrew McCollum, servant.
 10  Samuel Shaw, hatter.
   8  A. & M. Doyle, cloak and shirt makers.
   6  Susan McAnulty, boarding house.
   4  The Colosseum Concert Tavern, Edward Shearer, proprietor

OXFORD STREET
Queen's Bridge to Annette Street

   ~  Canal Quay.
   ~  Town Council's stone and timber yards.
   ~  Horse Fair grounds.
   1   Richard Mullan, carter.
   2   Daniel Reid, carter.
   ~  Town Council's stabling yard.
   ~  New cattle market.
   ~  side of wholesale fruit market.
   ~  side of potato and vegetable market.
   ~  side of pork market.

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