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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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RAPHAEL COURT
off Raphael Street

four small houses

RAPHAEL STREET
off Cromac Street

   1  Wm. McClelland, mill manager.
   3  Joseph Croft, tin smith.
   5  Francis Haslett, constable.
   7  Mrs. McKnight.
   9  Patrick Kane, dealer.
 11  James McCullough, porter.
 13  Andrew McKnight, watch and clock maker.
 15  Francis McBride, car driver.
 17  John McGinn, carter.
   8  Mary Rodgers, washer woman.
   6  James Porter, car owner.
   4  Yard.
   2  F. Hughes, labourer.

REA'S COURT
off Millfield

six small houses

REGENT BUILDINGS
Victoria Street

99&99b  Ellison & Taylor, linen and bagging manufacturers.
101  Phillips & Moore, ship brokers.
103  John McKee, agent for the Liverpool, New York and
       Philadelphia Steam Ship Company; secretary, Belfast
       Steam Ship Company; Spafield House, Holywood.
105  The Clarendon Dining rooms; John Logue, proprietor.
107  Corn Exchange; Robert Vance, secretary.
109  Gustavus Heyn, general merchant ship broker and consul
        for Holland, Hanseatic, Belgium, Modena, Turkey, Spain,
        Russia, Hamburg, Greece, Two Sicilies, Prussia, Olden-
        burg, Bremen, Mecklenburg and Parma; agent for the
        Scottish Provincial Fire, the Scottish Union Life and the
        World Accidental and Hailstorm Insurance Companies,
        Royal Belgium consul, agent for Hamburg Underwriters,
        also London Dock Company; residence, 3 Adelaide Pl.
111  Mrs. McAlister, rent agent; residence, Pebble Cottage,
        Antrim Road.
113  Belfast Mercantile Journal; Robert Vance, publisher;
        residence, 174 Agnes Street.
  "     T. McMurray, grain and flour merchant and commission
        agent; residence, Alma Cottage.
115  Thomas G. Folingsby, general merchant and ship broker
        residence, 9 Clarendon Place.

REID'S PLACE
off Boundary Street

a few small houses

RENWICK COURT
Sandy Row

ten small houses

RENWICK PLACE
Malone Road Lower

   2  Emilie De Martelly, commission agent.
   6  Mrs. Moore.
   8  Adolphus Howard, musician.
 10  Wm. Edgar, clerk.
 12  Robert Rodgers.
 14  Wm. Calwell, weaver.
 16  James Galbraith, dealer.
 24  Joseph Bell, gardener.
 26  Wm. Magowan.
 28  Matthew Agar, labourer.
      eleven small houses in rear

RICHMOND
Antrim Road, left side

   ~  Samuel Houston, timber merchant.
   ~  James McCaldin, cap manufacturer &c. Waring Street.
   ~  Francis McCracken; office, York Lane.
   ~  Rev. Theophilus Campbell, Incumbent of Trinity Church.
   ~  Robert Young, architect.
   ~  Captain De Vries.
   ~  Major Mackenzie.

RICHMOND TERRACE
Great Victoria Street, left side

   ~  John Cameron, linen merchant.
   ~  Alfred Edgar, linen merchant.
   ~  Mrs. Kirkpatrick.
   ~  Francis McGahey, of John Boyd & Co., starch manufac-
        turers, Boyd Street.
   ~  Chas. Stewart, secretary to the Belfast and Ballymena
        Railway Company.
   ~  Henry H. Bottomley; office, Donegall Place.
   ~  Lawson Brown, timber merchant, Gloucester Street.
   ~  G. L. McNiece, in Dunbar, McMaster & Co.'s.
   ~  John Brown, jun., saw mills, Cromac Street.

RICHMOND STREET
off Quadrant Road

   1  Samuel Peebles, carpenter.
   3  John Cairns.
   5  Miss McCrudden, dress maker.
   7  Robert Greenlaw, mechanic.
   9  Charles Honer, engine driver.
11&13  Jas. Stitt, coal merchant.
 15  Alex. Boyd, flax dresser.
 17  Joseph Bruce, brass founder.
 19  Hugh Gass, linen lapper.
 21  Edward Armstrong, carpenter.

RILEY'S COURT
off Riley's Place

ten small houses

RILEY'S PLACE
off Cromac Street

   1  Matthew Connor, lamp lighter.
   3  James McClean, letter carrier.
   5  James Milby, brick layer.
   7  John McDowell.
   9  Mrs. Brady.
 11  David Spence, in gas works.
 13  Robert Graham, sawyer.
 15  Thos. Campbell, cow keeper.
 17  John Meharry, labourer.
 19  Mrs. McKee.
 21  John Gibson.
 23  James Sloan, carpenter.
 25  James Moore, carpenter.
 27  Cromac Street Saw Mills; John Brown & Alexander,
       proprietors; residences, J. Brown, 9 Richmond Terrace;
       Saml. Alexander, Strandmills.
 14  Joseph Magowan, carpenter.
 12  Wm. Gregg, gilder.
 10  Thomas Fairfield, carpenter.
   8  George Turner, shoe maker.
   6  Thos. J. Potts, linen lapper.
   4  Margaret Fulton, sewer.
   2  Miss Campbell, grocer, Cromac Street.

RITCHIE'S COURT
off Coates Street

   1  Cunningham Ash, carpenter.
   3  Thos. Stewart, over looker.
   5  Alex. Bell, carpenter.
   7  John Breathwaite (Braithwaite) plumber.
   8  John Patterson, currier.
   6  Edward Devlin, tailor.
   4  Thos. Anderson, black smith.
   2  John McCormick, carpenter.

RITCHIE'S PLACE
off North Street

   1  J. Boyd, spirit dealer.
   3  James Mulholland, lodging house.
   5  Margt. Clarke, lodging house.
7&9  Jas. McCormick, lodgings.
 25  John Crochin, dealer.
 20  Samuel Patterson, lodgings.
 18  John Reichil, lodging house keeper.
 14  Hugh Grant, pensioner.
 12  James Quin, labourer.
 10  J. Alexander & Co.'s grain store.
  ~  VACANT yard.
              fourteen small houses

RIVERSDALE STREET
off Christopher Street

a few small houses

ROBERT'S COURT
off Mustard Street

 16  Sarah Gill, sewer.
 14  Bernard Magill, nail maker.
 12  Jas. Quinn, labourer.
 10  James O'Neill, labourer.
   8  Wm. Campbell, labourer.
6,4&2  VACANT

ROBERT STREET
Hill Street to Academy Street

   1  Mrs. Carson, spirit dealer.
   3  E. Grinley, washer woman.
   5  Alex. Miliken, nailer.
   7  Wm. Gawley, cow jobber.
   9  Henry Withers, shoe maker.
11&13  Ann Thompson, white worker.
 15  Charles Smyth, green grocer.
17&19  Patrick O'Neill, marine store.
 21  Hugh Keenan, shoe maker.
 23  Margaret Dugras, dealer.
 25  John McCollum, shoe maker.
 27  Lawrence O'Brien, hair cutter.
 29  John McKenna, spirit dealer.
 42  VACANT
 40  Henry McClure.
 38  Wm. Grubb, mechanic.
 36  Joseph Percy, black smith.
34,32&30  VACANT
 28  Robert Miskimmon, grocer.
 26  Arthur Hill Thornton.
  "    Richard Crone, clerk.
 24  Joseph Warnock, pawn broker.
 22  John Orr & Co., steam biscuit manufactory.
 20  Robt. Adams, dealer.
 18  Thos. Wylie.
 16  Hugh Lavery, labourer.

ROCHELLE PLACE
College Court

thirteen small houses

ROCHFORD PLACE
off College Court

23  Mrs. Fennon.
 21  Thomas Rainey.
 19  John Allen, butler.
 17  John Orr.
 15  Mrs. Kelly.
 13  Jas. Conlan, flax and tow dealer.
   2  Mrs. Moore.
   4  Mrs. Collins.
   6  Charles Bonner, car owner.
   8  Hugh Magill, mechanic.
 10  David McBride, porter.
 12  Mrs. Elizabeth Tully.
 14  Thomas Mills, car man.
 16  James Davison, porter.
 18  Miss Graham, dress maker.
 20  Wm. McAuley.
 22  Andrew Keith, servant.
 24  Robt. Gean, painter.
 26  Wm. Halliday, bookkeeper.

ROCKVIEW BUILDINGS
Shankill Road

   1  Samuel Keatley, pawnbroker.
   3  Samuel Keatley's residence.
   5  John McLornan, printer.
   7  Thomas Tinsley, grocer.
   9  Ann Adams, grocer.
 11  Henry Greer, tailor.
 13  E. Boyd, dress maker.
 15  Michael McGee, moulder.
 17  Samuel Rea.
 19  Robt. Meredith, cabinet maker.

ROSEANN PLACE
off Carrickfergus Road

 96  Wm. McGivern, stone mason.
 94  Isabella McQuillan, milliner.
 92  Bernard King, publican.
 90  A. M. Lester, spirit dealer (Fox Tavern)
 88  John Cocker, hackle pin manufacturer.
 86  Wm. Montgomery, shoe maker.
 84  James Graham, brick layer.
 82  John Bradley, labourer.
 80  Margaret McMurray, fruiterer.
 78  Wm. Conliffe, engine driver.

ROSELAND PLACE
Blackstaff Road

twenty two small houses

ROSEMARY PLACE
off Rosemary Street

   3  Wm. Rodgers, auctioneer and valuator.
   5  Henry Mateer & Co., linen manufacturers.
   8  Water Commissioners' office.
   4  VACANT
   2  VACANT

ROSEMARY STREET
Bridge Street to Hercules Street

   1  Jas. Skene, Stag's Head Hotel.
   3  James Skene, spirit store.
   5  Hugh C. Clarke, auctioneer, broker and valuator;
       residence, Ormeau Road.
   7  George Massy's tobacco and snuff manufactory; shop,
       12 North Street.
9,11&13  E. Walkington & Son, druggists, oil and colour
       merchants; residence, Snugville, Shankill Road.
 15  Richard Baxter, agent to Sun Fire & Life Insurance offices;
       residence, 48 Pakenham Place.
  "    William Moreland, tea, wine and spirit merchant; residence,
       Pakenham Place.
  "    Edward Walkington & Son's stores.
 17  Rosemary Street Daily School, in connexion with the Synod
       of Ulster; teacher, Mrs. Pink.
  ~   Rosemary Street Presbyterian Church, Rev. J. Macnaughten,
       minister; residence, Duncairn House.
 19  Wm. Beattie 7 Son, house and land agents.
 21  VACANT
 23  VACANT
 25  Isabella Twigg, clothes dealer.
 27  R. Kirwan, cork manufacturer.
  ~   Rosemary Street 1st and 2nd Unitarian Churches, 1st, Rev.
       Wm. Bruce, The Farm, Antrim Road and Rev. John Scott
       Porter, College Square East, ministers; 2nd, Rev. John
       Porter, Windsor.
 29  John Johnston, boot shop.
 31  Edw. Glancy, carver and gilder.
33&35  Matthews & Co., aerated water manufacturers.
 37  Alex. Stephen, wine and spirit dealer.
 39  James Morrell, butcher.
 41  John Thompson, watch maker.
 43  Arthur Hamill, butcher.
 50  James Whisker, victualler and poulterer and Hercules Place.
 48  Thomas Savage, hatter.
 46  R. Hamilton, cork manufacturer.
  "    E. Smith, milliner and dress maker.
 44  J. Magee, printer &c.
  "    W. J. Mackenzie, edge tool maker and general smith.
 42  Samuel Campbell, stationer &c.
 40  Gilbert Vance, muslin manufacturer and merchant;
       residence, 2 Adelaide Place.
 38  Gilbert Vance's weaving factory.
 36  David Kayes, butcher.
 34  John S. McCann, spirit dealer.
 32  Theobald Bushell, wine and spirit merchant, stock and share
       broker; residence, Strandtown Cottage, Co. Down.
 30  F. McDonnell, pawn broker.
 28  Operative Hat House, Thomas Holmes, proprietor.
 26  James Griffith, clothes dealer.
 24  Hugh H. Hannay, wholesale woollen draper, agent for the
       Minerva Life Assurance Co.; residence, 61 Victoria Place.
 22  Mrs. Spotten, Temperance Hotel.
20,18&16  Thomas Greer, Sons & Co., wholesale woollen
       drapers, Manchester & Scotch warehouse; Thomas Greer's
       residence, 4 Donegall Square West.
 14  William N. Blow, Son & Co., wholesale stationers; residence,
       24 Lonsdale Terrace.
 12  Bernard & Edward McHugh, wholesale and retail
      haberdashers.
 10  Bernard & Edward McHugh, linen and linen yarn merchants.
8&6  James McNally, wholesale stationer and printer.
   4  Wm. Kerr, spirit dealer.
   2  Hugh Graham & Co., hatters, 28 Bridge Street.

ROSS STREET
off Falls Road

   1  William Porter, mechanic.
   3  Andrew Templeton, labourer.
   5  Wm. Wilson, labourer.
   7  James Wilson, wood turner.
   9  John Porter, mechanic.
 11  Samuel Patterson, carpenter.
 13  Wm. Douglas, mechanic.
 15  Andrew Anderson, porter.
 17  Wm. Craig, carter.
 19  Patrick Dogherty, labourer.
 21  Wm. Craig, labourer.
 23  Mrs. Candell.
 25  James Lavery, carpenter.
 27  Samuel Wright, labourer.
 29  John Twigg, foreman hackler.
 31  VACANT
 33  John Maloney, hackler.
 35  Peter Carey, hackler.
 37  Wm. Johnston, hackler.
 39  Charles Hopkin, hackler.
 43  Charles Tiernay, hackler.
 45  Patrick Connolly, labourer.
 47  Mrs. McLarnon.
 49  Mrs. McDonald.
 51  Thomas Davidson, hackler.
 53  James Windson (Windsor) labourer.
 55  Mrs. Adams.
57&59  Daniel Heney, hackler.
 61  Mrs. Harper.
 63  Hugh Grahame.
 65  Hugh Archer, labourer.
67&69  Yards.
 71  Peter McManus, bleacher.
 18  Wm. J. Fenning, grocer.
 20  John Wright, mill operative.
 22  Mrs. Stewart.
 24  Robert Allen, mill worker.
 26  Mrs. McConnell.
 28  John Donaghy, labourer.

ROUND ENTRY
from North Street to Hercules Street

twenty five small houses

ROWANTREE COURT
off Brown Square

three small houses

ROYAL ACADEMICAL INSTITUTION

   ~  Thomas Blain, LL.D., resident head master of English School
   ~  Isaiah(Isiah) Steen, head master of mathematical school;
        residence, Pakenham Place.
   ~  Robert Steen, Ph,D., resident head master of classical
        School.
   ~  Patrick Johnson, writing master; residence, Donegall Pass.
   ~  A. C. Badier, French master; residence, Queen Street.
   ~  Joseph Molloy, drawing master; residence, Crumlin Road.
   ~  Victor Rylski, German teacher; residence, 55 Victoria Terr.

ROYAL TERRACE
Lisburn Road

   1  Clotworthy Dobbin, brewer; office, 43 Smithfield.
2,3&4  VACANT
   5  James Macaulay, flour merchant, 59 Donegall Quay.
   6  George W. Braddell, office, 3 Castle Lane.
   7  Edward Geoghegan, agent for the Bank of Ireland,
       Donegall Place.
   8  VACANT

ROY'S COURT
off Roy Street

ten small houses

ROY STREET
off Stanfield Street

   1  Mrs. Murphy.
   3  James Clarke, porter.
   5  James Cassidy, tenter.
   7  Denis McAreavy, seaman.
   9  Samuel Denny, labourer.
 11 Wm. Webb, shoe maker.
 13  James Cunningham, plasterer.
 15  VACANT
 17  Thomas Stewart, labourer.
 19  Terence McAuley, coach builder.
 21  Robert McCracken, painter.
 23  Joseph McIlveen, carpenter.
 25  Mary Smiley.
 27  Robert Doran, painter.
 29  Wm. Nags, hostler.
 31  Patk. McCrisken, ship carpenter.
 33  Patrick Burns, labourer.
 35  Thomas Ferguson, labourer.
 37  James O'Hare, labourer.
 39  Mrs. McAlinden.
 24  Wm. Loney, factory worker.
 22  Felix McGuigan, labourer.
 20  John Burns, labourer.
 18  John Donaghey, mechanic.
 16  Henry Magee, labourer.
 14  Wm. McGlone, fireman.
 12  John Wallace, labourer.
 10  James Hoy, shoe maker.
8&6  John Collins, cooper.
   4  Isabella Savage, sewer.
   2  Denis Haley, servant.

RUMSFORD STREET
off Craven Street, Shankill Road.

 a number of small houses

RUSSELL STREET
Cromac Street to Joy Street

   1  VACANT
   3  VACANT
5&7  John Wylie, cabinet maker.
   9  Thomas Wright, coach trimmer.
 11  Samuel Blackwood, coach man.
 13  John Wilson, labourer.
 15  Robert Foster, book binder.
  "    Wm. Dunlop, coach trimmer.
 17  Mrs. Vance.
 19  Thomas Donagan, seaman.
 21  James Johnston, printer, Police Place.
 23  Richard Evans, chemist.
 25  Wm. Watson, carpenter.
 27  Mrs. Heaney.
 29  Mrs. Hanna.
 31  Hugh Henry, builder.
 32  James Moorehead, clerk.
 30  James Curry, car owner.
 28  John Fulton, hostler.
 26  Michael Macartney.
 24  Edward Cork, coach maker.
 22 Margaret Bell, dress maker.
 20  Joseph Campbell, wine bottler.
 18  Francis Lenaghan, black smith.
 16  Edward Nicholl, grocer.
 14  Edward Killen, French Polisher.
 12  Richard Johnstone, tin smith.
 10  Wm. Sloan, provision curer.
   8  Thomas Croskery, carter.
   6  James Mawhinney, carpenter.
4&2  A. Kirker's baker.

RUTHERFORD STREET
off Northburn Street

twenty two small houses 

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