LENNON WYLIE
Belfast street directories
home
   -   WW1 & WW2 Stuff   -   Genealogy Links
Please sign my Guestbook 


please donate

http:--www.lennonwylie.co.uk
 
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

( Q )

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

QUADRANT STREET
Albert Crescent to Cullintree Road

thirty houses inhabited by mill workers

QUEEN'S COLLEGE
University Road

   ~  Rev. Dr. Henry, president.
   ~  Dr. Andrews, MD., vice-president.
   ~  The Plains.
   ~  Alma Cottage, rear of Queen's College, T. McMurray;
       office, 113 Regent Buildings.

QUEEN'S ELMS
University Road

   1  Henry Seeds, solicitor; office, Castle Lane.
   2  Thomas Gaussen; office, Albert Square.
   3  Systematic Beneficent Society, Rev. Dr. Cather, secretary.
   4  Col. Brunker, inspecting field officer.
   5  Rev. Richard J. Hobson.
   6  Mrs. Workman.

QUEEN'S ISLAND

   ~  The Patent slip and engine house.
   ~  Edward James Harland, iron ship builder.
   ~  Victoria Building, erected in commemoration of her 
       Majesty's visit to Belfast, 1849.
   ~  Thos Taggart's refreshment rooms.
   ~  John Robinson, photographic gallery.
   ~  Corporation timber pond.
   ~  James McWilliams, slip keeper.
   ~  Miss McWilliams, confectioner.
   ~  Luke McGarry, gardener.

QUEEN'S SQUARE
High Street to Donegall Quay

   3  J. Hinchelwood & Co., Globe Parcel Express office.
   5  Thos. Gardner, soap and candle manufacturer.
   7  VACANT
   "   Gilbert Weir & Co., sewed muslin manufacturers; residences,
       Gilbert Weir, Antrim Road; Peter Macfarlane, 14 Eglinton Street
   9  R. & J. Meharey, grocers.
 11  George Murray & Co., wholesale grocers and tobacconists.
 13  John Davidson, rope and twine manufacturer.
  "    William M. Barkley, commission agent, coal merchant and
       ship broker.
 17  George Ingram, spirit dealer.
 19  Charles Kirkpatrick, grocer.
  "    Ann Quinn, spirit dealer and Queen's Square coffee house.
  "    Belfast, Newtownards and Portaferry mail car office.
21&23  Cumberland and Glasgow hotel and coffee house; Chas.
       Irish, proprietor.
 25  George Parker, flesher.
 27  George Parker, Burns' Commercial Hotel.
 29  Old Custom House.
  ~  New Custom House, Post Office, Stamp Office, Income Tax
       office, Inland Revenue office.

QUEEN STREET
Castle Street to Wellington Place

   1  side of J. Murphy's spirit stores.
   3  Samuel Cunningham, wholesale wine and spirit merchant.
  3b  VACANT
   5  Alexander Moore, carpenter.
   7  County Cess office; Robert T. Goddard, high constable, also
       inspector of weights and measures; John D. Roberts, deputy;
       residences, Robt. T. Goddard, Carrickfergus; J. D. Roberts, 2
       New Lodge Road.
   9  VACANT
 11  Mary McKay, dress maker and milliner.
 13  John McKavanagh, timber merchant.
 15  A. Doris, woollen draper.
  "    John & Henry McKavanagh, timber yard.
 17  Mechanics' Institute; William Warner, teacher.
 19  H. Garrett, box manufacturer.
 21  Miss Hewitt.
 23  James Meharg, auctioneer, appraiser and iron monger.
 25  Wm. Guy, collector of income tax; office, 33 Arthur Street.
 27  Mrs. Marshall.
  "    Geo. B. Allen, bachelor of music.
       {  College Street intersects  }
 29  Auguste C. Badier, teacher of French, Academical Institution.
 31  Mrs. Wilson.
 33  J. R. Edeson, professor of music.
 35  Miss Purdon.
 37  H. Crothers, commission agent.
         {  Wellington Place  }
 28  Wm. Maxwell, carpenter and builder.
  ~  Irvineite Meeting House.
 26  The Misses Pilsbury's Seminary.
 24  Mrs. Palmer.
 22  Miss Brown, teacher of music.
 20  VACANT
 18  Robt. Waring; shop, 1 Donegall Street.
 16  Hugh Orr.
 14  John Trueman, baker; Castle Street and Donegall Street.
 12  Mrs. McEwen.
  ~  Stores and office vacant.
10&8  VACANT
   6  James Rutherford; shop, Donegall Place.
   4  James Heron, director Ulster Bank.
   2  James Burns & Co., flax and tow merchants; residence,
       James Burns, 24 Wellington Place.

QUEEN STREET UPPER
Wellington Place to Howard Street

   1  Charles Lanyon, CE., (offices) county surveyor and architect;
       residence, Wellington Place.
   "   Lanyon & Lynn, architects.
   4  Misses Wilson, corset warehouse.
   6  Rev. Robert Wallace, Wesleyan clergyman.
   8  James Jenkins, pawn broker, 19 Mill Street.
 10  Mrs. Quinn.
    {  Wellington Street intersects  }
 12  Miss Ferguson, teacher of drawing.
 14  Major Peter Stewart.
 16  Mrs. Folingsby.
 18  Mrs. Moffett.
 20  Miss Wightman.
  ~  Fisherwick Place Presbyterian Church school house.
  ~  Edward Armstrong, carpenter and builder.
  ~  A. & S. Henry & Co., linen merchants (back entrance and
       stores)

QUIGLEY'S COURT
off Verner Street

twelve small houses

QUIN'S ENTRY
11 High Street

   ~  Crown Tavern and Billiard Rooms; Wm. Crossley, proprietor;
        also at 5 Crown Entry.
   ~  Edward Gribben, (back entrance) watch maker and jeweller,
        13 High Street.

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