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1880 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

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Donegal is a maritime County in the Province of Ulster. Boundaries - N., the Atlantic Ocean ; E., Lough Foyle, Londonderry, and Tyrone ; S., Tyrone, Fermanagh and Leitrim ; W., the Atlantic Ocean. Greatest length (N.E. and S.W.), 85 miles ; greatest breadth (S.E. and N.W.), 41 miles ; comprising an area of 1,197,154 acres, of which 247,281 are arable, 411,966 in pasture, 9,308 in plantations, 505,719 waste, bog, mountain, etc., and 22,880 under water. The coast is indented by numerous bays, the principal being Lough Swilly, Lough Foyle, Mulroy, Sheephaven, Teelin, Killybegs, Inver and Donegal. The islands are numerous ; seventeen are inhabited ; the principal are North Arran, containing 4,355 acres, and in 1861 a population of 1,220, Tory Island, and Innistrahul. On the latter there is a lighthouse, showing a light revolving every two minutes ; there are other lighthouses, showing fixed lights, on North Arran, Tory Island, at Fannet Point, W. of Lough Swilly, Rathlin, O'Beirne's Island, North-West side of the entrance of the Bay of Donegal, and at St. John's Point, Killybegs. The surface is mountainious and boggy. The lakes are numerous, but small ; the most remarkable is Lough Derg, 3214 acres, having in it St. Patrick's Purgatory - a place of pilgrimage for Roman Catholics. The population in 1871 was 218,334. The occupations are chiefly agricultural. The weaving of woollen stockings is engaged in by females ; the inhabitants near the coast are much occupied in the fisheries. The Finn Valley Railway Lines from Strabane to Stranorlar, from Derry to Buncrana, and from Enniskillen to Bundoran are in operation. The county contains Raphoe diocese, and parts of those of Derry and Clogher, consisting of fifty one parishes. The principal towns are Ballyshannon, Ramelton, Donegal and Killybegs, which are seaports, and carry on trade. The county returns two members to Parliament ; constituency in 1879-80, 4,680. The Assizes are held at Lifford, where the county prison is. There are bridewells there, and at Donegal, Buncrana, Letterkenny and Glenties. Quarter Sessions are held at Buncrana, Donegal, Glenties, Letterkenny and Lifford. The County Infirmary is at Lifford ; the District Lunatic Asylum, a handsome structure, is at Letterkenny. There are Union Workhouses at Ballyshannon, Donegal, Dunfanaghy, Glenties, Innishowen, Letterkenny, Milford and Stranorlar. There are artillery stations at the forts of Rathmullan, Knockalla, Macomish, Dunree, Inch, and Ned's Point, on Lough Swilly, and at Greencastle on the Foyle ; there are barracks for infantry at Ballyshannon and Lifford. The county is within the Belfast military district, and forms part of No. 64 sub-district, in conjunction with the Counties Fermanagh, Londonderry and Tyrone. The headquarters of the constabulary force are at Letterkenny ; those of the ten districts, comprising forty-eight stations at Rathmullan, Raphoe, Buncrana, Ballyshannon, Killybegs, Glenties, Dunfanaghy, Letterkenny, Dungloe and Carndonagh. There are several coast guard stations/ The net annual value of property under the Tenement Valuation Act, is "294,862.

Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum
His Grace The Duke of Abercorn, K.G., P.C., D.C.L. (1844), Duddingstone House, near Edinburgh ; Baronscourt, Newtownstewart, Co. Tyrone ; Chesterfield House, South Audley Street West; Carlton and Traveller's Clubs, London, S.W.

High Sheriff, 1880
John Riddel Musgrave, Esq., Drumglass House, Belfast

Members for the County
The Marquis of Hamilton, (1860), Baronscourt, Newtownstewart, Co. Tyrone ; and 31 Hertford Street Mayfair, London, W.; Carlton Club, London, S.W.
Thomas Lea, Esq., 1879, Queen's Gate, London

Deputy Lieutenants
Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates marked thus (a) have served the office of High Sheriff in this County

a Adair, John George, B.A., T.C.D., Glenveagh, Co. Donegal and Rathdaire, Monastereven, Queen's Co.
a Batt, Thomas, M.A. (Cantab), Rathmullen
a Boyd, John R., Ballymacool House, Letterkenny
a Brooke, Thomas, Lough Esk House, Donegal
Conyngham, Lord Francis N., The Hall, Mountcharles, Co. Donegal, Slane Castle, County Meath
a Grove, James G., Castlegrove, Letterkenny
a Hamilton, John, M.A., (Cantab), St. Ernan's, County Donegal
a Grove, James G., Castlegrove, Letterkenny
Hart, Commander George V., R.N., Kilderry, Derry
Hayes, Sir Saml. J., Bart., Drumboe, Stranorlar
Harvey, Geo. Miller, Malin Hall, Malin
a Knox, Major George, Prehen, Londonderry
a Lifford, Lord Viscount, Meen Glass, Stranorlar, Carlton Club, London, S.W.
Mansfield, Francis, Ardrummon House, Ballymaleel, Letterkenny

a Montgomery, Robt. G., Convoy House, Raphoe
a Murray-Stewart, Horatio Granville, Whitehouse, Killybegs ; Carlton Club, London, S.W.
McClintock, Robert, Dunmore House, Carrigan, Donegal
Olphert, John, B.A., St. John's, Fahan and Ballyconnell House, Falcarragh
a Olphert, Wybrante, B.A., T.C.D., Ballyconnell House, Falcarragh, Letterkenny
a Sinclair, William, Drumbeg, Donegal
a Stewart, Alexander J. R., Ards, Cashelmore, Letterkenny ; Carlton and Traveller's Clubs, London
a Style, Sir W. H. Marsham, M.A., Bart., (Oxon), Glenmore, Stranorlar
a Sudley, The Lord Viscount, Castle Gore, Co. Mayo ; 16 Hertford Street, Mayfair, London, W.
a Todd-Thornton, Lieutenant Colonel, Jas H. Rockport, Buncrana

County Court Judge and Chairman of Quarter Sessions
Robert Carson, Esq., Q.C., 3 Henrietta Street, Dublin


a Adair, John George, D.L., Glenveagh, Letterkenny
Alexander, S. M., Roe Park, Limavady
Archdall, Charles, Enniskillen
Archdale, Capt. Mervyn Edward, Castle Archdale, Lisnarrick
Arran, Earl of, K.P., Castle Gore, County Mayo; Pavilion, Hans Place, London, S.W.
Atkinson, Thos. J., Cavan Garden, Ballyshannon
Atkinson, Thomas John, jun., Cavan Garden, Ballyshannon
a Barton, Baptist J., Greenfort, Croaghross, Letterkenny
Barton, Edward, Clonelly, Enniskillen
Barton, Captain Charles Robert, The Waterfort, Pettigo, Co. Fermanagh
Batt, T. E., Rathmullan House, Rathmullan
a Batt, Thos., M.A. (Cantab), D.L., Rathmullan
Beatty, Rev. John, Cupar-Fife, Scotland
Beers, John, 28 Royal Terrace, Corrig Road, Kingstown, Co. Dublin ; Leslie Hill, Manorcunningham
Beresford, J. B., Ashbrook, Drumahoe, Derry
Bowen, J. G., Burt House, Derry
a Boyd, John R., D.L., Ballymacool House, Letterkenny
Brooke, Arthur, Whitehouse, Killybegs
a Brooke, Thos., D.L., Lough Esk House, Donegal
Cary, Arthur L., Castle Cary, Derry
Cassidy, Samuel, Bruckliss House, Donegal
Cochrane, Capt. the Hon. E. G. L., Redcastle, Londonderry
Cochrane, John, M.A., T.C.D., Lifford
Colquhoun, Thomas, B.A., Rockfort, Buncrana
Conolly, Lieutenant Colonel John Augustus, Adjutant 1st Derby Militia (late Captain Coldstream Guards), Mickleover, Derby
Conyngham, Lord Francis N., D.L., M.P., The Hall, Mountcharles, Donegal, and Slane Castle, Co. Meath
Cox, Rev. Michael Bell, B.A., Glenties
Cunninghame, Richard, Dorset House, Dublin
Crawford, R. Stonewald, Ballyshannon
Crosby, Pierce, Castle House, Moville
Darcus, Solomon, Gardenmore, Larne, County Antrim
Dickson, John R., Tullaghan House, Sligo ; Woodville, Bundoran
Donegall, Marquis of, The Castle, Belfast ; 22 Grosvenor Square, London, W.
Dopping, J. H., Milford, Letterkenny
Doyne, Captain Henry Archdall, Adjt., Donegal Artillery Militia (late Capt. Royal Artillery), Foxhall, Letterkenny
Doyne, Philip John, Foxhall, Letterkenny
Fenton, George S., Tyrcallen, Stranorlar
Fenwick, Charles B., Greenhill, Convoy
a Ferguson, John, Queensborough Terrace, Hyde Park, London, W.
Foster, Arthur H., Bell Isle, Ballintra
a Foster, William John, Londonderry
Gillespie, Major A. N., Falcarragh, Letterkenny
Gilliland, George Knox, Brook Hall, Derry
a Grove, James G., D.L., Castlegrove, Letterkenny
Grove, J. M. C., Castlegrove, Letterkenny
a Hamilton, John, D.L., St. Ernan's, Donegal
a Hamilton, Major James, Brown Hall, Ballintra
Hamilton, The Marquis of, M.P., Baronscourt, Newtownstewart ; 31 Hertford Street, London, W.
Hamilton, R., The Castle, Newtowncunningham
Hammond, William, Lackbeg House, Burtonport, Letterkenny
Hart, Commander G. Vaughan, R.N., D.L., Kilderry, Londonderry
Hart, Thomas B., B.A., Glenalla, Ray, Letterkenny
a Harvey, George M., Malin Hall, Malin
Hayes, Sir Samuel Hercules, Bart., Carlton and White's Clubs, London
Hewitt, Hon. J. F., Clapton House, Stratford, England
Humphreys, Thomas Wm. D., B.A., Strabane
Irvine, Pechell, Rosebank, Moville
Irwin, Burton, Ballymote ; and 41 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin
Johnston, John S., Killygordon House, Killygordon

a Knox, George, D.L., Prehen, Londonderry
Leitrim, Earl of, Lough Rynn, Dromad ; 44 Grosvenor Street, London, W.
Lepper, Robert, Foyle View, Redcastle
Leslie, Sir John, Bart., M.P., Pettigo
a Lifford, Lord Viscount, D.L., Meen Glas, Stranorlar
Lloyd, Minchin Percy, Summerhill, Derry
Loughrey, J. B., Clonmany, Derry
Lyle, Thomas, Strabane
a Mackay, James T., Belmont, Derry
a Mansfield, Major Francis Stewart, Castlewray, Letterkenny
Mansfield, E. C., B.A., Ardrummon House, Ballymaleel, Letterkenny
Marshall, Major H. Octavius, St. John's, Fahan, Derry
McCorkell, B., Derry
McSheffrey, James, Dromoville House, Carndonagh
Miller, John, Linsfort House, Buncrana
a Montgomery, Robert G., D.L., Convoy House, Raphoe
Montgomery, H. L., Belhavel, Drumkeeran, Carrick-on-Shannon
Montgomery, Lieutenant General G. S., Port Royal, Rathmullan
a Murray-Stewart, Horatio G., D.L., Whitehouse, Killybegs
McClintock, Robert, Dunmore, Carrigans
McClintock, Captain Thompson M., Hampstead Hall, Derry
McCullough, James, Pettigo
McFarlane, James, Rathdonnell House, Letterkenny
Murphy, Edmund, Dunfanaghy
Musgrave, James, Carrick Lodge, Killybegs and Drumglass House, Belfast
Musgrave, John Riddel, Knockbrack, Croaghross, Ramelton, and Drumglass House, Belfast
Nixon, Rev. Alexander B., Knock, Ballymore, Clones
a Norman, Thomas, D.L., Glengollan House, Fahan, Derry
Olphert, John, Ballyconnell House, Falcarragh
a Olphert, Wybrants, D.L., Ballyconnell House, Falcarragh, Letterkenny
a Patterson, Major Thomas, Gortalee House, Letterkenny
Porter, William Henry, Ballymacool, Letterkenny
Pope, Richard Henry, Invereske Lodge, Donegal
Ramsey, Robert, Lisnennan, Letterkenny
Russell, Robert, Salt Hill, Mountcharles
Sheil, Simon, M.D., Ballyshannon
a Sinclair, William, D.L., Drumbeg, Donegal
Sinclair, James M., Bonnyglen, Donegal
Smith, Commander George T. Cleather, R.N., Hollymount, Rathmullan
Sproule, Samuel, Ramelton
Stevenson, Robert, Ardkill, Derry
a Stewart, Alexander J. R., D.L., Ards, Cashelmore, Londonderry
a Stewart, Charles F., Hornhead, Dunfanaghy
Stewart, Captain Jas. F., Killendanagh, Lifford
Stewart, John, Loughview House, Letterkenny
Stewart, Sir A., Forstewart, Ramelton
Stewart, John, Loughveagh House, Letterkenny
a Style, Sir Thomas C., Bart., D.L., 102 Sydney Place, Bath
a Style, Sir William H. M., Bart., D.L., Glenmore, Stranorlar
a Sudley, Lord Viscount, D.L., Castle Gore, Co. Mayo
Swiney, John Hazlett, Moyagh, Ramelton
Thompson, John N., Bridge Cottage, Carndonagh
Thompson, Rev. Mungo N., Donagh Rectory, Carndonagh, Derry
Thompson, Robert K.
a Todd-Thornton, Lieutenant Colonel James Henry, Westport, Buncrana
Torrens, James, Edenmore, Belfast
Tredennick, Charles John, Fortwilliam, Ballyshannon
a Wray, William, Oak Park, Letterkenny
Young, Robert G., Culdaff House, Culdaff, Londonderry
Young, W., Mount Hall, Killygordon
Resident Magistrates
(Appointed under 6 Wm. IV., cap. 13.)

Peel, Captain Edmund Y., Letterkenny
Stokes, Captain Robert B., Londonderry
I'hynne, Henry

County Officers

Clerk of the Crown - Vesey Daly (1852), Lifford ; 12 Dame Street, Dublin
Clerk of the Peace - John Cochrane, M.A., (T.C.D.), (1872), Lifford ; University Club, Dublin
Crown Solicitor - Thomas Fitzgerald (1856), 20 St. Andrew's Street, Dublin
Sessional Crown Solicitor - Wm. Martin (1876), Ramelton ; 25 Westmoreland Street, Dublin
Treasurer - Belfast Bank, Letterkenny
Secretary to the Grand Jury - John M. Grove, Castle Grove, Letterkenny
County Surveyors - N. District - W. Harte, C.E., Londonderry.  S. District - Fredk. Gahan, C.E., Donegal.
Assistant Surveyors - N. District - M. Fitzgerald, John G. Skipton, Foster Nolan, Philip McLoughlin, William McCullagh.  S. District - John Kearney, Hugh Maguire, Henry McKenny, and Francis Callaghan.
Sub-Sheriff - John Smyth McCay, Letterkenny
Sheriff's Returning Officer - Henry J. Day, 2 Morgan Place, Dublin
Coroners - Andrew Green, jun., Ballyshannon ; Robert Rogers, Keelogs, Glenties ; Robert Ramsey, Letterkenny ; George H. Mitchell, St. Helen's, Buncrana ; John S. Weir, Lifford.
Inspectors of National Schools - J. C. Macnamara, Donegal ; M. Keenan, Letterkenny
Agents for Lloyds - John A. Ingram, Dunfanaghy ; Samuel Cassidy, Bruckless House, Donegal.
Head Stamp Distributor for County - Andrew Magee, Ballybofey

Her Majesty's Prison - Lifford
Visiting Committee meets second Thursday in each month

Lieutenant Colonel G. Montgomery, D.L.
Sir W. H. M. Style, Bart., D.L.
James G. Grove, D.L.
W. Sinclair, D.L.
Church of Ireland Chaplain - Rev. J. S. McClintock, M.A.
Presbyterian Chaplain - Rev. William A. Russell
Roman Catholic Chaplain - Rev. Wm. Hegarty
Physician - R. Little, A.B., F.R.C.S.I.
Apothecary - James Gillespie, L.R.C.S.I.
Governor - Captain V. B. Dennehy

Donegal County Infirmary

Treasurer - Belfast Banking Co., Strabane
Surgeon - Robt. Little, A.B., F.R.C.S.I., Lifford
Apothecary and Registrar - James Gillespie, Lifford

District Lunatic Asylum - Letterkenny
Board of Governors meets second Wednesday in each month

Resident Medical Superintendent - Joseph Petit, L.R.C.S.I., L.K.Q.C.P.I.
Visiting Physician - Fenwick Carre, F.R.C.S.I.
Church of Ireland Chaplain - Rev. Richard E. Bailie
Presbyterian Chaplain - Rev. Oliver Leitch
Roman Catholic Chaplain - Rev. F. H. Gallaher
Apothecary - W. Dunlop, L.R.C.P., and S. Edin.
Clerk - Hugh Stevenson
Matron - Mrs. Eliza Malseed

Poor Law Unions
The County is comprised of Eight Unions, viz.; Ballyshannon, Donegal, Glenties, Innishowen, Letterkenny, Milford, Dunfanaghy and Stranorlar, which are under their respective heads.

Royal Irish Constabulary

County Inspector - Andrew Reed, Letterkenny
Sub-Inspectors' Stations :-
Ardara - Philip Clarke
Ballyshannon - Andrew Nunan
Buncrana - Edward Holland
Dunfanaghy - Mason Alcock
Letterkenny - John Harcourt
Moville - J. W. Brown
Rathmullen - T. D. Gibson
Raphoe - William Young

Coast Guard Stations and Officers

Dunfanaghy - Staff Comm. Ball, R.N.
Greencastle - Wm. Frackrell, R.N.
Killybegs - Wm. Daish, R.N.
Rathmullan - Charles McDonald, R.N.

Baronial High Constables

Bannagh - Wm. Maxwell, John Cassidy, John Gartley, James McClintock, John Kennedy, James Crawford, A. Conwell
Boylagh - B. McLoon, Andrew Brennan
Innishowen East - Alex. Henderson
Innishowen West - Geo. H. Mitchell, St. Helen's, Buncrana
Kilmacrehan - James Malseed, P. H. Edwards, John Malseed, Jas. McGinley, John O'Donnell
Raphoe (North and South) - S. Cochran, Castrues
Tyrhugh - J. Graham, Richard Hamilton, and Irwine McCutcheon

COUNTY OF DOWN         top

Down, a maritime County in the Province of Ulster. Boundaries - N., Antrim and Carrickfergus Bay ; E. and S., the Irish Sea ; W., Armagh. Greatest length (N.E. and S.W.), 51 miles ; greatest breadth (N.W. and S.E.), 38 miles ; comprising an area of 967 square miles, or 612,409 acres of which 527,145 are arable, 70,296 uncultivated, 12,027 in plantations, and 3,004 under water. On the coast are Carrickfergus Bay, Strangford Lough, or Lough Cone, Killough, Dundrum, and Carlingford Bays ; and at a short distance from it are the Copeland Islands, on the lesser of which is a lighthouse, showing a fixed light ; there are also four others - namely, at Haulbowlin Rock, off Carlingford Bay, showing a fixed light ; on the South Rock, off the Ards, with a light revolving every minute and a half ; at Ardglass Harbour ; and one revolving light at St. John's Point.  The surface is hilly, rising into mountains in the South ; the highest, Slievedonard, near Newcastle, being 2,809 feet above high sea level. The fishery districts are Donaghadee, Strangford, Newcastle, and Carlingford, together comprising 139 miles of maritime boundaries. The river Lagan skirts the County on the North, and the Bann on the West, the subsoil is clay-slate and some limestone, with granite in the South. The soil is of an average quality ; the chief crops are potatoes, barley, and oats. Flax is largely cultivated, and linen is the staple manufacture. The population in 1861 was 308,680, and in 1871 was 293,449, or 61,464 families, inhabiting 58,343 houses. The county is divided into the following baronies :- Ards, Lower and Upper: Castlereagh, Lower and Upper ; Dufferin ; Iveagh, Lower and Upper ; Kinalarty, Lecale, Lourne, and Newry Lordship ; and contains 70 parishes, 1,286 townlands. It is in the diocese of Down and Dromore, with a small portion in that of Connor. The count returns four members to Parliament ; constituency in 1879-80, 13,015. The Assizes are held at Downpatrick, where Her Majesty's Prison is. There are Bridewells at Newry and Newtownards. Quarter Sessions are held at Downpatrick, Hillsborough, Newtownards, Newry, and Banbridge ; Petty Sessions in twenty-five places. The County Infirmary and the Lunatic Asylum are at Downpatrick, the latter, an imposing structure in a park of some sixty acres, completed in 1869 at a cost of 60,000 ; and for architectural appearance, and internal arrangement and accommodation, stands one of the first in the kingdom. The county is in the Belfast Millitary District, and, with the County Antrim, forms No. 63 Sub-district, the Brigade Depot being appointed at Downpatrick, and the Union Workhouses are at Downpatrick, Banbridge, Kilkeel, Newry, and Newtownards. The head-quarters of the Constabulary force are at Downpatrick ; those of the six districts, comprising forty-three stations, at Newtownards, Rathfriland, Banbridge, and Newry. There are twenty-four Coastguard stations. The net annual value of property, under the Tenement Valuation Act, is 815,582.

Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum
The Right Hon. Lord Dufferin and Clandeboye (1864), K.P., Clandeboye, Holywood ; Dufferin Lodge, Highgate, Middlesex ; Travellers' Club, London.

Sir Thomas McClure, Bart., M.P., D.L., Belmont, Belfast ; Reform Club, London, S.W.

High Sheriff, 1880
Richard Ker, Esq., Montalto, Ballynahinch.

Members of Parliament for the County

Lord A. E. Edwin Hill-Trevor (1845), Brynkinalt, Chirk and Carlton and Junior Carlton Clubs, London ; Sackville Street Club, Dublin.
Viscount Castlereagh (1876), Kirby, Fleetham, Bedale ; 16 New Bond Street, London, W., Marlborough, White's, Turf, and Yorkshire Clubs, London, S.W.

Deputy Lieutenants
Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates marker thus (a) have served the Office of High Sheriff in this County.

Annesley, Earl, The Castle, Castlewellan ; 25 Norfolk Street, Park Lane, W.; Guard's and Carlton Clubs, London, S.W.; Sackville Street Club, Dublin.
Bangor, Viscount, Castleward, Strangford, and Carlton Club, London.
Bateson, Sir Thomas, Bart., M.P., Belvoir Park, Belfast ; Carlton Club, London ; Sackville Street Club, Dublin.
a Batt, R. N., Purdysburn, Newtownbreda ; Junior Carlton Club, London, S.W.
a Blackiston-Houston, J., Orangefield, Belfast ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin ; Carlton Club, London, S.W.
Brady, Denis, Caulfield, Newry
a Cleland, John, Stormount Castle, Dundonald
a Crawford, Major John Sharman, M.A., T.C.D., Crawfordsburn, Belfast ; Reform Club, London, S.W.
a De La Cherois, Daniel, Manor House, Donaghadee ; Sackville Street Club, Dublin.
a De La Cherois-Crommelin, Samuel A. H., Carrowdore Castle, Donaghadee ; Sackville Street Club, Dublin
De Ros, Lord, Old Court, Strangford ; 36 Park Street, London, W.
a Douglas, Charles, Grace Hall, Lurgan
a Forde, Colonel William B., Seaforde, Clough (M.P., for County Down 1857-74) ; Carlton and Junior United Service Clubs, London ; Sackville Street Club, Dublin
a Gordon, R. F., Delamont, Downpatrick ; and Florida Manor, Killinchy ; Carlton Club, London ; Sackville Street Club, Dublin
a Hall, Major William, Narrow-Water Castle, Warrenpoint
a Hamilton, Gawn Rowan, Killyleagh Castle, Killyleagh

Hill-Trevor, Lord A. E., M.P., Brynkinalt, Chirk, South Wales ; Carlton Club, London ; Sackville Street Club, Dublin.
Innes, Arthur C., Dromantine, Newry ; Kildare Street and Sackville Street Clubs, Dublin ; and Carlton Club, London
Johnson, Sir William G., M.A. (T.C.D.), College Square North, Belfast.
Londonderry, Most Hon. Marquis of, Mountstewart, Newtownards ; Carlton Club, London ; Sackville Street Club, Dublin.
a Maxwell, R. Perceval, Groomsport, Donaghadee, and Moore Hill, Tallow, Co. Waterford.
Meade, John, Burrenwood, Castlewelland
a McClure, Sir Thomas, Bart., Belmont, Belfast ; Reform Club, London
a Montgomery, Hugh, Rosemount, Greyabbey ; and Carlton Club, London
a Mulholland, John, M.P., Ballywalter Park, Newtownards ; Sackville Street Club, Dublin
Nugent, Andrew, Col., commanding Scots Greys, Portaferry House, Portaferry
a Nugent, Major Andrew, Castleward, Strangford, Portaferry
a Price, James Charles, Saintfield House, Saintfield
a Reilly, J. Temple, Scarva House, Scarva; and  Sackville Street Club, Dublin
Ross-of-Bladensberg, Robert, Rostrevor
a Stewart, Alex. J. R., Ards, Cashelmore, Letterkenny ; Laurencetown House, Gilford ; Carlton and Travellers' Clubs, London
a Ward, Robert E., Bangor Castle, Bangor ; and Travellers' Club, London, S.W.
a Whyte, John J., Loughbrickland House, Loughbrickland

County Court Judge and Chairman of Quarter Sessions
Thomas Lefroy, Q.C., Ardmore, Bray.

Alexander, Capt. H. G. S., The Lodge, Seaforde
Alexander, George, Rathvinden, Leighlinbridge
Alexander, James, St. Clair, Holywood
Allen, George, Mountpanther, Clough
Allen, William J. C., Faunoran, Belfast
Anderson, John, Hillbrook, Holywood
Andrews, James, Carnasure, Comber
Ancketill, William R., Maghera, Clough, Newry
Annesley, Earl of, The Castle, Castlewellan
Atkinson, James Brooke, Greyabbey
Bailie, Major James, Ringdufferin, Killyleagh
Bangor, Viscount, D.L., Castleward, Strangford
Barbour, John D., Forthouse, Lisburn
Barron, Wm. N., Chairman of Quarter Sessions, Co. Monaghan ; Kinghill House, Newry
Bateson, Sir Thomas, Bart., M.P., D.L., Belvoir Park, Belfast ; and Carlton Club, London
a Batt, R. N., D.L., Purdysburn, Newtownbreda
a Beauclerk, Aubrey De Vere, Ardglass
Bell, Samuel Alexander, Bellview, Lurgan
Birney, Captain J., Oakley Park, Downpatrick
Black, William, LL.D.
Blackney, Stewart, Cleentagh House, Annahilt, Hillsborough
Bowen, George E., Portaferry
Bradshaw, Rev. J., B.A., Milecross, Newtownards
Bardy, Denis Caulfield, D.L., Newry
Brownlow, Jas., Killynether Castle, Newtownards
Brush, A., Drumnabreeze House, Magheralin
Brush, George, Gillhall, Dromore
Burrowes, Waldron
Canning, Hon. Albert S. G., Garvagh
Capron, Frederick L., Lisburn
Carvill, Patrick George, Moygannon, Rostrevor
Charley, William, Seymour Hill, Dunmurry
a Cleland, J., D.L., Stormount Castle, Dundonald
Connor, Foster, Seacourt, Bangor
Corbett, R. S., Risnacreevy House, Rathfriland
Cowan, Andrew, Glenghana, Bangor
Craig, Colonel John, Myra Castle, Downpatrick
Craig, James, Craigavon, Strandtown
a Crawford, Major John S., D.L., Crawfordsburn
Crawford, Thomas D., Fortbreda, Newtownbreda
Crowe, Michael Frederick
Davis, William, Ulster Bank, Downpatrick
a De La Cherois, Daniel, A.M., Manor House, Donaghadee
a De La Cherois-Crommelin, Samuel A. Hill, D.L., Carrowdore Castle, Donaghadee
De Ros, Colonel Lord, Lord-in-Waiting to the Queen, Old Court, Strangford
Dickson, Benjamin, Gilford House, Gilford
Donegal, The Marquis of, K.P., G.C.H., Belfast Castle, and 22 Grosvenor Square, London, W.
Douie, James, Levingstone, Moira
a Douglas, Charles, D.L., Grace Hall, Lurgan
Doyle, John B., The Agency House, Bessbrook
Dunbar, John G. H. W., Woburn, Donaghadee
Duffin, Charles, Strandtown
Dunville, Robert G., 9 Redburn, Holywood
Dwyer, Francis, Belvidere, Lisburn
Erskine, James F., Newry
Ferguson, Thomas, Edenderry House, Banbridge
Fforde, James, Raughlan, Lurgan
Filgate, Fitzherbert, Dulargy House, Ravensdale, Co. Louth
a Fforde, Lieutenant Colonel W. B., D.L., Seaforde, Clough
Gage, Marcus, A.B., Ballynahinch
Garrett, Jas. Hugh Moore, Rowallen, Saintfield
Gartlan, George Henry, Cabra House, Newry
Glenny, William B., Belfast
a Gordon, Robert F., D.L., Delamont, Killyleagh
Gordon, Robert, M.A., T.C.D., Secretary to the Grand Jury, Highlands, Seaforde, Clough
Gordon, Robert A., Summerfield, Dundonald
Gordon, William, M.D., Saintfield
Gracey, Thos., Ballyhossett, Ballee, Downpatrick
Graham, Ogilvie B., Larchfield, Lisburn
Greer, James, Corbally, Downpatrick
Greer, John W., A.B., Woodville, Lurgan
Greer, John, Portaferry
a Greg, Thomas, Ulster Club, Belfast
Hall, Major William J., D.L., Narrow-Water Castle, Warrenpoint
a Hamilton, G. W. Rowan, D.L., The Castle, Killyleagh
Harrison, John, Holywood House, Holywood
Hastings, William, Ardilea, Clough
Haughton, Thomas, Banford House, Gilford
Hawkins, James S., St. Fenton's, Sutton, Baldoyle
Hamilton, George Rowan, Captain & Adjutant North Down Rifles, Newtownards
Hancock, John, The Manor House, Lurgan
Henderson, James Alexander, Norwood Tower, Strandtown, Belfast
Henry, John Q., Newry and Mourne Abbey, Kilkeel
Heron, Denis Caulfield, Q.C., 7 Upper Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin
Heron, James, Tullyvery House, Killyleagh
Heron, W. C., Mayfield, Holywood
Higginson, John McC., Carnalea House, Crawfordsburn
Hill, Lord Arthur, Hillsborough Castle
Hill-Trevor, Lord A. Edwin, M.P., Brynkinalt, Chirk, Denbigshire, and Carlton and Junior Carlton Club, London
Hoey, Thomas D'Arcy, Needham Place, Newry

Horner, Francis, 12 Trevor Hill, Newry
a Houston, John Blakiston, D.L., Orangefield, Belfast
Hurst, W. J., Drumaness, Ballynahinch
Innes, Arthur C., D.L., Drumantine, Newry
Jocelyn, The Hon. John
Johnson, Sir William G., D.L., Belfast ; Carlton Club, London, S.W.
Johnston, John, Lurgan
Kennedy, R. J., Cultra, Holywood
Keown-Boyd, R., Ballydugan House, Downpatrick
Ker, David Alfred, Captain, Montalto, Ballynahinch
Ker, Richard W. B., Montalto, Ballynahinch
Kilmorey, Earl of, Mourne Park, Rostrevor, & 7 Grosvenor Place, London, S.W.
Kingscote, John, Bloomfield, Bryansford
Lawrie, R. C., Myra Castle, Downpatrick
Leslie, Rev. John Chas. Wm., Ballybay House, Ballybay
Liddell, William, Banogue House, Lurgan
Lindsay, George C., Moorlands, Banbridge
Lindsay, John, Tullyhenan House, Banbridge
Londonderry, Marquis of, K.P., Mountstewart, Newtownards ; 37 Grosvenor Square, London, W.
Lowry, John, Close Park, Ballynahinch
Lurgan, Lord, K.P., Brownlow House, Lurgan
Lyons, William T. B., Brookhill, Lisburn
Mackintosh, Patrick, Newtownards
MacLane, L., Shrigley, Killyleagh
Maguire, Henry, Downpatrick
a Maxwell, Robert P., D.L., Groomsport, Bangor and Finnebrogur, Downpatrick
Maxwell, General John P., Drumadoney, Kilkeel
Malcolm, James, Lurgan
Martin, David, Kilbroney, Rostrevor
Miller, John R., Portaferry
Miller, John, Comber
Miller, John, Lisburn
Montgomery, Captain W. E., Greyabbey
Montgomery, Lieutenant Colonel, Francis O., Army and Navy Club, London, S.W., and Paris
a Montgomery, Hugh, D.L., Rosemount, Greyabbey, and Carlton Club, London
Moore, John, Moore Lodge, Kilkeel
a Mulholland, John, D.L., M.P., Ballywalter Park
Murland, Charles, Ardnabannan, Castlewellan
Murney, George, M.D., Tudor House, Holywood
Murphy, Edmund, Rose Cottage, Dunfanaghy
Murphy, Joseph, Lurgan
McBride, William, Moneyslane, Rathfriland
McClenaghan, James Martin, Rathfriland
a McClure, Sir Thos., Bart., M.P., V.L., Belmont, Belfast
McMaster, Hugh D., Dunbarton House, Gilford
McMinn, Alexander, Herdstown, Donaghadee
McClelland, Robert, Belmont, Banbridge
McClintock, Major Henry Stanley, Kilwarlin House, Hillsborough
McConnell, D., Castlereagh House, Castlereagh
McIlwaine, James, Cranfield House, Kilkeel
McRobert, John, Rademon, Crossgar
a Newry, Viscount, 6 Waterloo Place, London
a Nugent, Major Andrew, D.L., Castleward, Downpatrick
Nugent, Colonel Andrew, D.L., Portaferry House, Portaferry
O'Hagan, John J., Newry
Pattisson, Jacob L., Clandeboye
Perceval, William, Rubane House, Kirkcubbin
Pilson, Conway, Rathvilla, Downpatrick
Posnett, George, Enniskerry Bray, Co. Wicklow
Price, Jas. C., D.L., Saintfield House, Saintfield
Quinn, James, Dromore House, Dromore
Quinn, Peter, The Agency, Loughbrickland
Ramsay, Alexander, Mourne Park, Kilkeel
a Reilly, John Temple, D.L., Scarva House, Scarva
Richardson, Jonathan, Lambeg House, Lisburn
Ross-of-Bladensberg, Robert, D.L., Rostrevor
Russell, Charles, King's Castle, Ardglass and Killough
Ruxton, John F., Ardee, Co. Lough
Seeds, R., Q.C., LL.D., 52 Rutland Square, Dublin
Shaw, William Edward, Castlewellan
Skinner, Cortland George McGregor, Isle of Wight
Smyth, Thomas Johnson, Goremount, Glenavy
Smyth, William, Brookfield, Banbridge
Stannus, Walter Trevor, LL.D., T.C.D., Manor House, Moneymore
a Stewart, Alexander J. Robt., D.L., Ards, Cashelmore, Letterkenny
Stewart, Alexander, Ballyedmond, Rostrevor
Tennent, Robert J., Rushpark, Belfast
Thompson, Mortimer, Clandeboye, Belfast
Thompson, Henry, Newry
Valentine, Thomas, The Moat, Strandtown
Von Steiglitz, C. A., Knockbarragh Park, Rostrevor
Waddell, Robert, Magherlin
Wallace, Sir Richard, Bart., M.P., Antrim Castle
Wallmsley, James, Ballykeel House, Kilkeel (Walmsley)
Ward, Colonel James, Lisburn
Ward, Hon. Somerset, Isle o' Valla House, Strangford
a Ward, Robert Edward, D.L., Bangor Castle, Bangor
a Waring, Major Thos., D.L., Waringstown House
a Woulfe, Stephen R., Tiermaclane, Ennis
a Whyte, John Jos., D.L., Loughbrickland House, Loughbrickland
Resident Magistrates
(Appointed under 6th Wm. IV., cap. 13.)

Orme, Edward, Downpatrick

County Officers

Clerk of the Crown and Peace - George L. MacLaine (1874), 60 Donegall Street, Belfast, and 1 College Street, Dublin.
County Court Registrar - Thomas Gracey, Downpatrick
Crown Solicitor (1867) - James Murland, Downpatrick ; 15 Wellington Quay, Dublin
Sessional Crown Solicitor (1875) - Beauchamp N. Johnson, Downpatrick
Treasurer - Belfast Bank
Secretary to Grand Jury (1835) - Robt. Gordon, Downpatrick ; and Highlands, Seaforde
Solicitor to Grand Jury - James Murland, Downpatrick
County Surveyors - Henry Smyth, C.E., Downpatrick ; and Bernard B. Murray, C.E., Newry
Assistant Surveyors - Messrs. John W. Bassett, John Coulter, Thomas Nolan, William J. McKeown, James O'Flynn, Cornelius Kearney, Henry Chappell, James Mitchell, William T. Henry, Hugh N. Reid, John Connor.
Sub-Sheriff - Hugh C. Kelly, Belfast
Sheriff's Returning Officer - H. T. Stewart, 33 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin
Inspectors of National Schools - Downpatrick, William Healey ; Newry, E. McCreanor ; Newtownards, John Gordon
District Registrar, Court of Probate, for Antrim and Down - John McC. Higginson, J.P., Belfast
Coroners - Joseph Dickson, Dromore, and Wm. Davidson, Downpatrick
Head Stamp Distributor at Downpatrick - Chas. Knox
Head Stamp Distributor at Newry - R. A. Perkins
Agents for Lloyd's - Sinclair & Boyd, Donegall Quay, Belfast

Baronial High Constables

Ards Lower - Hugh McConnell, Newtownards
Ards Upper - John A. Gunning, Tullycross
Castlereagh Lower - D. McCutcheon, Craigavad
Castlereagh Upper - Robert Murray, Legacurry Mills, Lisburn
Dufferin - Alexander Martin, Killileagh (Killyleagh)
Lower Iveagh, Upper Half - William John McGifford, Carnrea Cottage, Hillsborough
Lower Iveagh, Lower Half - Robert Martin, Skeagh, Dromore
Upper Iveagh, Upper Half - William Davidson, Rathfriland
Upper Iveagh, Lower Half - John Nixon, Ballywillwill, Castlewellan
Kinalarty - J. Blackwood, Drumnakelly, Seaforde
Lecale, Upper Half - James Rooney, Dundrum
Lecale, Lower Half - Robert Cultra, Ballybranagh, Downpatrick
Mourne - P. McKay, Drumcrow, Kilkeel
Newry - William Davidson, Rathfriland

Her Majesty's Prison - Downpatrick
Visiting Committee meets last Saturday in each month

Colonel W. B. Forde, D.L.; Major P. Maxwell. J.P.; R. Gordon, Esq., J.P.; Major James Bailie, J.P.; Hon. Captain S. Ward, J.P.; Captain James Birnie, J.P.; Colonel Lord de Ros, J.P.; Major J. R. Hamilton.
Governor - Major Leslie Thompson
Deputy Governor - J. Waterworth
Church of Ireland Chaplain - Rev. T. B. Price
Presbyterian Chaplain - Rev. William White
Roman Catholic Chaplain - Rev. P. O'Kane
Physician - John K. Maconchy, F.R.C.S.I.
Apothecary - E. F. Nelson

Bridewell and Keeper

Newry - Joseph Lawson

County Infirmary - Downpatrick

Treasurer - Conway Pilson, Esq., J.P., Rathvilla, Downpatrick
Surgeon - John K. Maconchy
Assistant Surgeon and Registrar - Alex. Dunne, L.R.C.S.I.

County Lunatic Asylum - Downpatrick
Meets first Saturday in each month

Resident Medical Superintendent - George St. George Tyner
Consulting Physician - J. K. Maconchy, surgeon
Resident Medical Assistant - Geo. W. Hatchell
Church of Ireland Chaplain - Rev. Townley B. Price, Rector of Down
Presbyterian Chaplain - Rev. Thomas McAfee, Ardglass
Roman Catholic Chaplain - Rev. P. McAvoy
Clerk, etc. - George H. Whiteside
Matron - Sarah M. Taylor

Poor Law Unions

The County is comprised in five unions, viz. :-Banbridge, Downpatrick, Kilkeel, Newry and Newtownards, which see under their respective heads


North Down Royal Rifles (77) - Facings, Scarlet
Honorary Colonel - Earl Dufferin and Clandeboye, K.P., K.C.B.
Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant - John Craig
Majors - Gawen R. Hamilton, late Captain 7th Dragoon Guards ; James Hall Traill
Captains - Alex. Gracey, John McCance, Samuel K. Cowan, Robert F. Ward, Wm. Morrison, J. E. Blair, Robert L. Orme, Thomas Coleman
Lieutenants - W. B. Bowyer-Smith, M. F. Brownlow, R. H. Keown, Fred. Aitkens, E. C. Waud, F. Findlay
Sub-Lieutenant - G. W. Spankie
Adjutant - Capt. G. R. Hamilton, late 8th Foot Royal South Down Light Infantry (112) - Facings, Blue
Colonel - Wm. Brownlow Forde, late 67th Foot
Majors - Thomas Waring, Andrew V. Davoren
Captains - George Fox Grant (late Captain 62nd Foot), Viscount Newry, C. G. Johnston, Wm. Keown-Boyd, Thomas A. McCammon
Lieutenants - W. F. A. Wallace, W. McM. Kavanagh, S. S. F. Warren, T. Dowglass, H. J. Gould
Sub-Lieutenants - L. T. V. Wilkinson, George F. Woods, Edm. Cuppaidge, A. P. Richardson
Adjutant - E. J. Harris, Captain 86th Foot
Surgeon - E. F. Nelson

Royal Irish Constabulary

County Inspector - Geo. H. Wray, Downpatrick
Sub-Inspectors' Stations :-
Banbridge - T. J. N. Robertson
Downpatrick - C. W. Leatham
Newcastle, Castlewellan - William Jones
Newtownards - B. A. Somerville
Rathfriland - William Henry Joyce

Coastguard Stations and Officers

Inspecting Officers - Lieut. Horace T. N. Pugh, R.N., Newcastle ; R. Barnett, R.N., Strangford ; Commander - F. De V. Sanders, R.N., Donaghadee
Ardglass - Thomas Rafferty
Bangor - William Page
Cranfield Point, Kilkeel - William Davis
Donaghadee - William Nelson
Newcastle - Thomas Metherell
Roddens, Ballywalter - John Aiken


Fermanagh, an inland county in the province of Ulster. Boundaries - N., Donegal and Tyrone ; E., Tyrone and Monaghan ; A., Cavan ; W., Cavan and Leitrim. Greatest length (N.W. and S.E.), 45 miles ; greatest breadth (N.E. and S.W.), 29 miles ; comprising an area of 714 square miles, or 457,195 acres, of which 106,530 are under tilage. 243,251 in pasture, 5,909 in plantations, 55,248 waste bog, mountain, etc., and 46,431 under water. The surface is mountainious along the Western Boundary, from Ballyconnell to the sea, and also between Lisnaskea, Fivemiletown and Roslea ; it generally exhibits a succession of abrupt eminences of slight elevation. Lough Erne, its most attractive feature, extends from one extremity to the other for forty five miles in a N.W. direction ; it bisects the country, and is divided into Upper and Lower. The Upper extends from Wattle Bridge to Enniskillen ; the Lower from Enniskillen to Roscor, where its waters are contracted, and form the River Erne, which extends to the County Donegal, and falls into the sea at Ballyshannon. It is navigable during the winter season through its whole extent to the fall at Belleek, within three miles of Ballyshannon. A steamer runs occassionally on the lake. The soil is variable, heavy and retentive of moisture, light and friable, and moorish. Coal and iron ore are found in small quantities, and there are sand and limestone in abundance. The trade in butter is considerable, and the linen manufacture, of a coarse description, chiefly for domestic use, is carried on to a small extent. The county is divided into eight baronies, and contains 23 parishes and 2,183 townlands, having a population in 1871 of 92,794 persons, or 18,957 families, inhabiting 17,710 houses. It is chiefly in Clogher Diocese, with a small portion in that of Kilmore. The county town is Enniskillen ; population last census, 5,906. The county returns three members to Parliament - two for the county - constituency (1879-80_, 4,818 ; and one for Enniskillen borough - constituency, 408. The Assizes are held in Enniskillen, where Her Majesty's Prison is. Quarter Sessions are held at Enniskillen and Newtownbutler. The County Infirmary is in Enniskillen ; and the District Lunatic Asylum, to which the county is entitled to send 21 patients, is at Omagh, County Tyrone. The Union Workhouses are at Enniskillen, Lisnaskea and Irvinestown. There are Barrack Stations at Enniskillen and Beleek, and the county is in the Belfast Millitary District, and, in conjunction with the Counties of Donegal, Londonderry, and Tyrone, forms No. 64 sub-district, the Brigade Depot of which is at Omagh. The net annual value of property, under the Tenement Valuation Act, is 233,866.

Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum
The Earl of Erne, K.P. (1840) Crom Castle, Newtownbutler ; and 95 Eaton Square, S.W.; and Carlton Club, London, S.W.

High Sheriff, 1880
Captain Mervyn Archdale, Castle Archdale, Irvinestown

Members of Parliament for the County
Hon. Henry Arthur Cole (1855), Florencecourt, Enniskillen ; and Carlton Club, London.
William H. Archdale (1874), D.L., J.P., Riversdale, Ballycassidy ; Carlton Club, London, S.W.

Deputy Lieutenants
Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates marked thus (a) have served the office of High Sheriff in this County

a Archdale, Captain, M. E., M.P., Castle Archdale, Irvinestown
a Archdale, Wm. H., M.P., Riversdale, Ballycassidy
Barton, Charles Robert, Waterfoot, Middlebrook, Enniskillen
a Bloomfield, J. Caldwell, Castlecaldwell, Belleek
Brady, John, Johnstown, Clones
a Brian, John Dawson, Castletown, Monea, Enniskillen
a Brooke, Sir Victor Alexander, Bart., Colebrook, Brookborough
Cole, Hon. John Lowry, Florencecourt, Enniskillen ; Carlton Club, London, S.W.
a Cole, Viscount, Florencecourt, Enniskillen
a Crichton, Viscount, M.P., Crom Castle, Newtownbutler ; 95 Eaton Square, London, S.W.
Enniskillen, Earl of, Florencetown, Enniskillen
a Irvine, Col. John G., Killadeas, Enniskillen
Johnston, Samuel Yates, Snowhill, Lisbellaw ; Sackville Street Club, Dublin
Lanesborough, Earl of, Lanesborough Lodge, Belturbet, Co. Cavan
a Lendrum, George C., Magheracross, Enniskillen
a Madden, John, Roslea Manor, Clones
Montgomery, Hugh De Fellenburgh, Blessingbourne, Fivemiletown, Co. Tyrone
Richardson, Henry Mervyn, Rossfad, Enniskillen

County Court Judge and Chairman of Quarter Sessions
Patrick Joseph Blake, Q.C. (1860), 45 Stephen's Green, E., Dublin.


a Archdale, Captain Mervyn E., D.L., Castle Archdale, Irvinestown
Archdale, Robert, Enniskillen
Archdale, Lieut. E. M. R., Crockmacrieve, Ballinamallard
a Archdale, Col. Edward, Clifton Lodge, Lisnaskea
a Archdall, (Archdale), Wm. H., D.L., Riversdale, Ballycassidy
Atthill, Edward Eyre, Ardvarney House, Lack
Bailey, Thomas, Mulladuff, Newtownbutler
Barton, Edward, Clonelly, Enniskillen
a Barton, Charles Robert, D.L., Waterfoot, Pettigo
Belmore, Earl of, Castlecool, Enniskillen ; and Carlton Club, London, S.W.
Benison, John Joseph, Slieverussell, Ballyconnell
Bloomfield, Benjamin M., Castlecaldwell, Belleek
a Bloomfield, J. Caldwell, D.L., Castlecaldwell, Belleek
Bracken, James, Toame, Blacklion
a Brady, John, D.L., Johnstown, Clones
a Brien, John Dawson, Castletown, Enniskillen
Brooke, F. F., Ashbrook, Brookborough
a Brooke, Sir Victor Alex., Bart., D.L., Colebrook, Brookborough
a Butler, Hon. H. Cavendish, Innisrath, Lisnaskea
Cole, Hon. Arthur Edward Casamajor, Florencecourt, Enniskillen
a Cole, Lieutenant-Col. Hon. Henry Arthur, M.P., Florencecourt, Enniskillen
a Cole, Hon. John Lowry, D.L., Florencecourt, Enniskillen
a Cole, Viscount, D.L., Florencecourt, Enniskillen
Collum, William, Tamlaght, Enniskillen
a Crichton, Viscount, D.L., M.P., Crom Castle, Newtownbutler
Crichton, Lieut.-Col. Hon. C. F., Crom Castle, Newtownbutler
D'Arcy, Major Francis, Castle Irvine, Irvinestown
Dickson, Thomas W., Bundoran, Co. Donegal
Enniskillen, Earl of, D.L., Florencecourt, Enniskillen
Evatt, Samuel R. B., Mount Louise, Monaghan
Gledstanes, Captain Moutry, Fardross, Clogher
Gore, William, Innismore Hall, Lisbellaw
a Graham, Frs. J., Drumagoon, Maguiresbridge
a Hall, Richard, Norfolk Street, Park Lane, London, W.
a Hamilton-Jones, Thomas M., Belcoo, Blacklion ; Moneyglass House, Toome
a Irvine, Col. John G., D.L., Killadeas, Enniskillen
Irwin, Edward, Derrygore, Enniskillen
Johnstone, Samuel Yates, D.L., Snowhill, Lisbellaw
Lanesborough, the Earl of, D.L., Lanesborough Lodge, Belturbet
Lauder, Rev. Matthew N., Laudersdale, Fenagh, Co. Leitrim
a Lendrum, Geo C., D.L., Magheracross, Enniskillen
Leslie, Blayney, Nutfield, Lisnaskea
Macartney, John Wm. Ellison, The Palace, Clogher
a Madden, John, D.L., Rosslea Manor, Clones
Maud, Maurice C., Lenehan Park, Enniskillen
a Montgomery, Hugh De F., Blessingbourne, Fivemiletown
Murray, John S., Mount Charles, Lisnaskea
McCullough, James, jun., Glasslough, Monaghan
a Nixon, John, Killyglasson House, Blacklion, Co. Cavan
Nixon, Rev. Alex. B., Knockballymore, Clones
Pomeroy, John A., Ballycassidy
Richardson, John, Q.C., Summerhill House, Clones ; and 70 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin
Saunderson, Col. Hardress L., Drumard, Kesh
Scott, Richard, Scottsborough, Clones
Smith, David, Lakeview, Co. Monaghan
Smyth, Edward, Enniskillen
Stack, Ven. Charles M., D.D., Tydavnet Glebe, Co. Monaghan
a St. George, Captain Capel, Aughinver, Kesh
St. George, Henry L., Dublin
Stubbs, H. Danby, Ballyshannon
Tipping, Gartside, Rosferry, Lisnaskea
Tottenham, A. L., Glenfarne Hall, Enniskillen
Tredennick, Chas. J., Fortwilliam, Ballyshannon
Walsh, Robert P., Enniskillen
Winslow, Blaney T., Mount Prospect, Derrylin
Wood, John Archibald, Enniskillen
Wrench, Frederick S., Lurganbrae, Lisnaskea

Resident Magistrate
Appointed under 6 Wm. IV., cap. 31.)

Harvey, Rodolphus, Enniskillen

County Officers

Clerk of the Crown - Cheyne Brady (1852)
Deputy Clerk of the Crown - W. Smartt, Dublin
Clerk of the Peace - A. J. Jones, Enniskillen
Crown Solicitor - Wm. Henry Magrath (1856), 9 Upper Merrion Street, Dublin
Sessional Crown Solicitor - John Graham, Enniskillen
Registrar County Court - R. Allen, 24 Dame Street, Dublin
Treasurer - H. M. Richardson, J.P., D.L. (1858), Rossfad, Enniskillen
Secretary to Grand Jury - H. M. Archdale (1873), Drumadreevy, Irvinestown
County Surveyor - Fredk. Willson, Enniskillen
Assistant Surveyors - John Wray, J. Hogg, and William Crawford
Sub-Sheriff - Luke P. Knight, Abbey Lodge, Maguiresbridge
Sheriff's Returning Officer - G. Knight, Clones
Coroners - Blayney, Leslie, J.P., Lisnaskea ; and William Gilbert, Clonee, Ederney
Inspector of National Schools - J. J. Hynes, A.M., Enniskillen
Head Stamp Distributor - S. Gunning, Enniskillen

Baronial High Constables

Clanawley - Jas. Willis, Moneen, Florencecourt
Clankelly - James West, Kilgarrow, Newtownbutler
Coole - Robert Clendinning, Newtownbutler
Knockninny - A. Johnston, Drumshemuck, Derrylin
Lurg - Chas. Richardson, Rossfad, Ballycassidy
Magheraboy - John Kerr, Coagh, Enniskillen
Magherastephena - James Foster, Drumbrughas, Lisnaskea
Turkennedy - William Muldoon, Enniskillen

Her Majesty's Prison - Enniskillen
Visiting Committee meets first Monday in each month

Colonel J. G. Irvine, M. C. Maude, J.P.; John Brady, J.P.; John A. Pomeroy, J.P.
Church of Ireland Chaplain - Rev. A. C. Maclatchy, M.A.
Roman Catholic Chaplain - Very Rev. J. McMeel
Surgeon - Robert Pakenham Walsh, L.R.C.S.I.
Governor - E. H. F. Royse
By a recent order of the Prison Board this prison will be closed after the 31st of March, 1880.

County Infirmary - Enniskillen

Treasurer - Ulster Bank
Surgeon - R. P. Walsh, L.R.C.S.I.
Registrar - C. Wilson

District Lunatic Asylum (1853)
For Counties Fermanagh and Tyrone
Board of Governors meets second Thursday in each month

Earl of Erne, K.P.; M. C. Maude, J.P.; Captain M. Archdale, Wm. H. Archdale, D.L., M.P.; H. M. Richardson, D.L.; John G. V. Porter, E. Smyth, J.P.; Col. John G. Irvine, D.L.; J. A. Pomeroy, J.P.; Viscount Crichton, M.P.
Resident Medical Superintendent - Francis John West, M.R.C.S.E.
Visiting Physician - Edward C. Thompson, M.B.
Church of Ireland Chaplain - Rev. H. Faussett
Presbyterian Chaplain - Rev. James Maconaghie
Roman Catholic Chaplain - Rev. Patrick Grant
Apothecary - Francis Trenor, L.A.
Clerk - Charles J. McMullen
Storekeeper - Richard Coffey
Matron - Sophia Mathers

Poor Law Unions

The County is comprised in portions of three unions - viz.: Enniskillen, Irvinestown, and Lisnaskea, which see under their respective heads.

Fermanagh Light Infantry (71), Facings, Buff

Hon. Col. - Earl of Enniskillen, Florencecourt
Lieutenant Colonel - J. G. Irvine, Killadeas, Ballycassidy
Majors - John M. A. C. Richardson, Rossfad ; H. B. Sawrey, late Brevet Major 88th Foot, Town Hall Street, Enniskillen (White Hart)
Captains - Alex. W. Bailey, 14 Herbert Place, Dublin ; F. J. Hort, Kildare Street Club, Dublin ; Blaney T. Winslow, Derrylin ; Geo. H. Johnstone, Eden, Adar, Co. Donegal ; W. B. Neville, R.H.M. School, Phoenix Park, Dublin ; W. H. Haire, Castleblaney, Ireland
Lieutenants - Rochfort Edie, G. O. G. Massy, C. H. Lushington, G. A. Stanbrough
Sub-Lieutenants - P. J. L. Tottenham, T. T. Macan
Instructor of Musketry - A. W. Bailey, captain
Adjutant - J. H. Shaw, captain 108th Foot
Surgeon - Robert P. Walsh, Darling Street, Enniskillen

Royal Irish Constabulary

County Inspector - Henry G. Carey, Enniskillen
Sub-Inspectors' Stations :-
Kesh - Richard M. Kean
Lisnaskea - W. F. Maloney

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