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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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VALENTINE STREET
off Henry Street

   1  James O'Neill, stone cutter.
   3  James Marrin, labourer.
   5  Fred Johnston, labourer.
   7  Robert Simpson, labourer.
   9  Matthew McComb, labourer.
 11  Henry Connelly, porter.
 13  Nathaniel Thompson, foundry man.
 15  Hugh McCusker, car man.
 17  James Dalzell, carpenter.
 19  Elizabeth Bingham.
 21  Joseph Hanna, labourer.
 23  Samuel Patterson, labourer.
 25  John Boomer, smith.
 27  John Scott, gas fitter.
 29  George Richardson, labourer.
 31  Thos. Acheson, spinning master.
 33  James Porter, porter.
 35  Alexander Blakely, bundler.
 37  John Adams, labourer.
 39  Geo. McFarlane, pork cutter.
 42  Wm. McConnell, shoe maker.
 40  James Addison, stone cutter.
 38  James Cameron, labourer.
 36  Thomas Martin.
 34  John Megarry, labourer.
 32  Thomas Duff, labourer.
 30  Robt. Carmichael, rougher.
 28  J. McCool, pork cutter.
 26  Mary Neeson.
 24  Mrs. Robinson.
 22  Thomas Gibson, painter.
 20  Wm. Donaldson, engine driver.
 18  Mrs. Robinson.
 16  Robert Robson, butler.
 14  Alex. Stevenson, machine master.
 12  John Creighton, fireman.
 10  Jas. Beattie, helper in foundry.
   8  James Patton, carpenter.
   6  David McCullough, carpenter.
4&2  George Reid, spirit dealer.

VENTRY STREET
off Old Dublin Road

   2  Yard.
   4  James Millen, carpenter.
   6  James Hamilton, sewed muslin agent.
   8  Mrs. McNaughten.
 13  George Denham, salesman in Gilbert & Son.'s, High Street.
 11  James Sloan, linen and damask warehouse, 21 Arthur Street.
   9  James Brown, salesman.
   7  Mrs. Carter, lodgings.
  ~  Eglantine Cottage, John Shaw.

VERE STREET
North Queen Street to York Street

   1  John Stewart, pensioner.
   3  Mrs. Herdman.
   5  James Brady, bleacher.
   7  Lindsay Jones, labourer.
   9  Samuel Love, labourer.
 11  Wm. Wilson, hackler.
 13  Thomas Willis, ship joiner.
 15  James McCotter, labourer.
 17  Joseph Cooke, labourer.
 19  John Hamil, coal porter.
 21  John Hamil, labourer.
 23  Samuel McIlroy, seaman.
 25  James Ferguson, dresser.
 27  David Walker, stone cutter.
 29  Wm. Miller, brick layer.
 31  John Stewart, helper in foundry.
 33  David Rutherford, spinning master.
 35  James Spence, carpenter.
 37  John Macauley, ship carpenter.
 39  Robert Grainger.
 41  Robert McLaine, labourer.
 43  Anne Pierson, grocer.
 45  John Walker, labourer.
 47  David Armstrong, labourer.
 49  John Bigham, labourer.
 51  Robert Stewart, engine driver.
 53  Edward Dougherty, weaver.
 55 Wm. Noble.
 57  John Harper, labourer.
 59  Samuel Bennett, pattern maker.
 61  Mrs. Edgar.
 63  James Walker, labourer.
 65  Mrs. Dougherty.
 67  Hugh Morrison, smith.
 69  Samuel Stewart, mechanic.
 71  John Bell, carpenter.
 73  Hugh Johnston, bleacher.
 75  John McCune, tailor.
 77  John Burns, carpenter.
 79  David McNeight, labourer.
 81  Archibald Gibbney, dealer.
 84  Ann Hunter, grocer and publican.
 82  Wm. Mills, pilot.
 80  John Kane, brick layer.
 78  Henry McClean, pilot.
 76  Alex. Stevenson, clerk.
 74  Robert Frew, brick layer.
 72  John Hamill, ship joiner.
 70  Thomas Lynas, pilot.
 68  Alexander Neill, dresser.
 66  Nathaniel Wallace, ship carpenter.
 64  David Carson, carpenter.
 62  James Esler, brick layer.
 60  James McIlvenny, labourer.
 58  Wm. McKay, engine driver.
 56  Wm. Kincade, cooper.
 54  John Cunningham, labourer.
 52  James McCready, seaman.
 50  James Neill, quay porter.
 48  Mrs. Mann.
 46  Martha McDowell.
 44  John Service, boiler maker.
 42  John Walker, pensioner.
 40  Matthew Cowden, pensioner.
 38  Thos. Watterson, boiler maker.
 36  John McClure, brick layer.
 34  Mrs. Williamson.
 32  Matthew Mason, hackler.
 30  Lawrence Munro, labourer.
 28  James Gribben, labourer.
 26  Wm. Blair, seaman.
 24  James Blakely, labourer.
 22  Levi Aldritt, power loom tenter.
 20  Richard Burns, mechanic.
 18  Robert Murray, carpenter.
 16  Wm. Crooks, labourer.
 14  John Hamill, mechanic.
 12  Wm. Willis, ship carpenter.
 10  Wm. White, foundry man.
   8  Wm. Hanna, ship joiner.
   6  Henry McAnally, labourer.
   4  Alex. McCully, ship carpenter.
   2  Susannah McAlister.

VERNER'S LANE
off Verner Street

nine small houses

VERNER STREET
May Street to Stanfield Street

   1  Wm. Balmer, publican.
   3  Edward Armour, cow dealer.
   5  Charles Joyce, mechanic.
   7  Isabella Wallace, dealer.
   9  Patrick McAllister, cattle dealer.
 11  John Hamill, labourer.
 13  Thomas Millin, butcher.
 15  Wm. Leslie, dealer.
 17  James Christie, labourer.
 19  Ellen Murphy, dealer.
 21  Robert Aaron, pensioner.
 23  John Graham, shoe maker.
 25  John Welshman, labourer.
 27  Dogherty Thompson, grocer.
 29  Mary Mariner.
 31  Wm. Henry Potts, dealer.
 33  Robert Harbison, carpenter.
 35  Alexander Harrison, tailor.
 37  James Finlay, grocer.
 39  John Wardlow, car driver.
 41  Jas. 7 John McKenna's stores.
 43  Wm. Scott, cow dealer.
 45  George Walker, labourer.
 47  Daniel Barr, labourer.
 49  Mrs. Evans, dealer.
 51  E. A. West, grocer.
 53  Robert Wardlow, sawyer.
 55  James Waterson, tailor &c.
 57  Edward Kerlin, porter.
 59  John Monaghan, black smith.
 61  Mrs. Mairs.
 63  Hugh McMullan, clerk.
 65  Hiram Morgan, butcher.
 67  James Ward, grocer.
 70  John Houston, grocer.
 68  Samuel McAuley, flax dresser.
 66  James Keenan, labourer.
 64  Jane McGrillan, huckster.
 62  Samuel Hall, shoe maker.
 60  James Davis, labourer.
 58  David Lemon, porter.
 56  Wm. Forsythe, labourer.
 54  James Heron, weaver.
 52  James McKittrick, shoe maker.
 50  Hugh Savage, brick layer.
 48  John Lunn, baker.
 46  James Donaghey, dealer.
 44  Bernard Magee, pork cutter.
 42  Patrick Reilly, sawyer and confectioner.
 40  VACANT
 38  James Thompson, grocer.
 36  John McCarl, cabinet maker.
 34  VACANT
 32  Wm. Montgomery, carpenter.
 30  James Corry, shoe maker.
 28  Catherine Hawthorn, grocer.
 26  P. McNamee, grocer and spirit dealer.
 24  Eliza McDowell.
 22  J. Houston, dress maker.
 20  E. McCullough, spring maker.                                        cont.  ^ >

          VERNER STREET       continued

 18  Mrs. Marry Gillan.
16&14  Michael Grant, spirit dealer.
 12  James White, car man.
 10  Wm. McGirvan, dealer.
   8  Thomas Gartland, labourer.
   6  John Boyle, dealer.
   4  Mrs. Harper.
   2  Jeremiah Hoyle, shoe maker

VICTORIA COURT
off Durham Street

eight small houses

VICTORIA PLACE
Great Victoria Street

 37  VACANT
 39  John Gilmore; shop, Church Lane.
 41  H. Thompson; shop, 78 Ann Street.
 43  Walter Wheeler, apothecary, High Street.
 45  Mrs. Ivors.
 47  Mrs. Kennedy.
 49  Mrs. Pentland.
 51  J. MacLurcan, silk mercer; shop, 2 Donegall Buildings.
 53  Dr. Black, surgeon.
 55  Mrs. Ferguson.
 57  C. Bowles, at S. G. Fenton & Co.'s.
 59  Mrs. Barnett.
 61  Hugh h. Hannay, wholesale warehouse man, 24 Rosemary
       Street.
 63  Hugh McCann, of the Eliza Street Flax Spinning Company.
 65  Miss Kean.
 67  James Murray, stationer &c, 67 Victoria Street.
 69  Francis d. Ward, of Marcus Ward & Co.'s, Donegall Place.
 71  J. Boyd, mill owner, Sandy Row.
 73  Samuel Cathcart, collector of inland revenue.
 75  Frederick Ogle, wine and spirit merchant, 10 Waring Street &
       16 Donegall Place.
 77  Henry Murray, in A. T. Stewart's, James Street South.

VICTORIA STREET
from Great Edward Street to Corporation Street

    1  Thomas C. S. Corry, surgeon, MD.; Victoria Street Medical
        Hall.
    "   James Ivory, rope and twine manufacturer.
    3  W. Corry & Co., aerated water manufacturers, cigar
        importers, commission and insurance agents; agents for the
        National Provincial Plate Glass Insurance Company;
        residence, 14 Linenhall Street.
    5  John Dougherty, fruit dealer &c.
    7  Peter Milligan, rope and twine manufacturer.
    9  Wesley McKnight, saddler.
  11  Edward Daly, fruit dealer.
  13  Samuel Bell, publican.
  25  J. Turtle's deal and timber yard.
  27  J. Mauntner & Co.
  31  Robt. Henry, County Down provision store.
  33  Samuel Andrews, wholesale grocer; residence, Park Lodge,
       Crumlin Road.
  35  Martin Harper, wholesale grocer.
  37  Martin Harper & Son, agents for Kent Insurance Co., residence
       3 Hamilton Street.
  37  David Rodgers, saddler.
             {  Ann Street intersects  }
39&41  William Mullan, wholesale grocer and general merchant;
       residence, Brookvale.
  43  John Rodgers, Belfast Wire Works; residence, Holywood.
  45  James Wilson, wholesale tea, wine and spirit merchant.
  47  T. Hudson & Co., grocers and general merchants.
  49  John McDuff, seeds man; residence, 2 Henry Place.
  51  Hugh McKibbin, grocer.
  53  James J. Cowan, flour merchants; residence, York Street.
  55  Robert Lindsay & Co.'s, sewed muslin manufactory.
  57  Mary Corry, delf warehouse.
  59  Jacob Halliday, seed and general merchant; residence, 3
        Crumlin Terrace.
  61  Geo. McAfee, boot and shoe maker.
  63  Robert Stewart, lamp manufacturer and gas fitter.
65&67  H. G. Burnell, seed merchant; warehouse, Police Square;
        residence, Marino, Holywood.
69&71  James Murray, wholesale stationer; residence, 67 Great
        Victoria Street.
  73  Joseph McCloy, room paper and carpet warehouse;
        residence, 53  Ship Street.
   "    J. F. Harbinson & Co., jewellers.
  75  Wm. Spackman, merchant tailor, draper and hatter.
  77  A. O'D. Taylor, yarn and linen and general commission
        merchant and insurance agent; agent for the Standard Life
        Co., and for the County Fire office; residence, 6 Murray's Terr.
  81  Hugh Wallace & Co., solicitors; W. N. Wallace's residence, 
        Downpatrick; Dublin address, 30 North Great George's Street.
   "    James Glenn, wholesale grocer; residence, Round Hill,
        Macarrett.
  83  Alexander Dickey & Co., wholesale grocers and oil merchants
        residence, 16 University Square.
  85  John Hoy & Co., wine and spirit merchants; J. Hoy's residence
        149 Great Victoria Street.
  87  Marquis of Donegall's rent office; Alex Dickey, receiver.
  89  Joseph Campbell, ale and porter stores.
  91  John McEntire, general merchant; residence, 146 Albion Pla.
  93  John Ritchie, broker and commission agent; residence, 65
        Corporation Street.
  95  Hugh Moore, surgeon and licentiate apothecary; residence,
        2 Lonsdale Street.
   "    Thomas McClelland, solicitor, Ashfield House, Banbridge; and
        Antrim Road.
  97  James Reed, printer &c.
              {  Regent Buildings  }
1,2,3&4  H. Andrews & Alexander, ship insurance, timber & general
        brokers and commission merchants; H. Andrews, Imperial and
        Royal Austrian consular agent; also vice consul for Uruguay &
        Honduras.
   "    Belfast Steam Towing Company's office, h. Andrews & 
        Alexander, proprietors; residence, H. Andrews, jun., Park
        Lodge, Oldpark Road; Robt. Alexander, 54  Apsley Place.
9&10  John Shaw & Sons, wine and spirit merchants; residence,
        Ballysillan House.
  11  M. J. Reilly, commission merchant.
12&13  The Indian Flax Co., Wm. McIlwrath, secretary.
14&15  W. & H. Sharman Crawford, wine merchants & commission
        agents; agents for the London Fire Assurance Corporation &
        the Scottish and English Law Life Assurance Company.
16&17  Wm. McIlwrath, agent &c., secretary of the linen trade
        committee; residence, 10 Fitzwilliam Street.
  18  Edward Shaw & Co., general merchants; residences, Jas.
        Shaw, Ballyoran; Charles W. Shaw, 11 University Square.
19&20  Coote & Co., tea merchants.
  21  Francis C. McMinn, linen yarn merchant and commission
        agent; agent for the State Fire Insurance Company, the
        Consols Life Insurance Association, the Steam Boiler Insurance
        &c.; residence, 8 Belvoir Terrace.
21,22&23  Cunningham & Johnson, solicitors; Dublin address, 103
        Capel Street; residences; W. C. Cunningham, Tyne House; T.
        B. Johnson, Clermont, Holywood.
   "    W. C. Cunningham, deputy clerk of the peace.
  25  Jonathan Cordukes' office, residence, Spafield, Holywood.
  26  A. M. Gibson, grain merchant; Northern Bank.
   ~  Albert Buildings
   ~  D. Malcolm, paper stainer; residence, 19 Canning Street.
   ~  Wm. Carson, solicitor; Dublin address, 3 Inn's Quay; residence
        Holywood.
   ~  Victoria Hall; Joseph Mitchell, caretaker.
   ~  Conservative Society's rooms.
   ~  Classical Harmonist Society's rooms.
   ~  Unitarian Young Men's Christian Association reading rooms.
   ~  Wm. Hastings, civil engineer and architect; residence, 1
        Mount Pottinger.
  62  Joseph L. Lowry & Co., wholesale grocers; residence, 79
        Donegall Street.
  60  James McClean & Co., yarn and linen merchants.
  58  R. W. Huddleston, auctioneer and commission agent;
        residence, Seaview, Ballymacarrett.
   ~  Imperial Buildings
  56  Hargrave's Commercial Hotel; proprietor, Herbert Smith.
  54  Wm. Bell, tea, wine and spirit merchant.
  52  Brown, Corbett & Co., wholesale tea, wine, spirit & gunpowder
        merchants; D. Corbett's residence, 79 Ormeau Road; J. H.
        Brown, Cromac Cottage.
  50  China Hall; Wm. Gregg, proprietor.
  40  Henry Dickson & Co., dry salters, flax and commission
       merchants; residences; H. Dickson, 6 Lower Crescent; J. A.
       Beck, 21 Crumlin Road.
38&36  Clarke & McMullan, wholesale druggists and general
       merchants.
  24  J. Savage, flax and yarn merchant; residence, 2 Lower Cresc.

VICTORIA STREET GREAT
from Howard Street

   2  James Watson, spirit dealer &c.
   4  Dublin and Armagh Hotel and livery stables; Jas. Watson, prop.
   6  Ulster Railway Hotel and tavern; Terence O'Hanlon, proprietor.
   8  John Baines, Downshire Arms Hotel.
  ~  Ulster Railway Co.'s station house, office and stores.
   1  VACANT.

VICTORIA STREET LITTLE
off Great Victoria Street

   1  Miss Tate.
   2  Thomas Hart Russell.
   3  Mrs. Spence.
   4  Thomas Bradshaw, fireman in James Kennedy's factory.

VICTORIA TERRACE
Old Dublin Road

 45  Alex. Kirkwood, linen buyer.
 47  Samuel Muir Gelston; store, North Street.
 49  Miss Rodgers.
 51  Jas. B Andrews, bookkeeper.
 53  Charles C. Mitchell, accountant.
 55  V. H. Rylski, teacher of modern languages.
 57  Jeremiah Briggs, draper.
 59  John Scott, proprietor of foundry, May Street.
 61  Geo. Holmes, lieutenant in Royal Engineers.
 63  Patrick Roche, salesman.
 65  John Scott.

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