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Desertmartin  Doagh  Donaghadee   Donegal   Downpatrick   Draperstown   Dromara   Dromore (Down)
Dromore (Tyrone)   Drumquin   Dundrum   Dunfanaghy  Dungannon, Donaghmore and Coalisland   Dungiven


Is a village in the townlands of Knocknagin and Stranagard, in the Parish of Desertmartin, Barony of Loughinshollen, Union and Quarter Sessions District of Magherafelt, and Parliamentary District of South Derry.  It is a Railway Station on the Draperstown Railway, almost midway between Draperstown and Magherafelt. The population returns have been :-  1852, 33; 1861, 158; 1871, 163.  In 1881 the enumerator did not find twenty inhabited houses, and consequently the village was not separately counted, but has been included in the townlands on which it stands.  It is claimed that there is now a population of 129 (65 males and 64 females), residing in thirty-one houses.

Post Office - Mrs. Fleming, postmistress; J. J. McIvor, Thomas Bell, W. J. Jackinson, rural letter carriers
Railway Station - John Bell, station master


Desertmartin Parish Church - Rev. A. E. Murphy, A.B., rector
Lecumpher Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. McCammon, minister
Desertmartin Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Michael McIvor, P.P.; Rev. J. Gormley, C.C.]


Desertmartin N.S. - Charles Glenn, teacher
Knocknagin National School - Peter Kelly, teacher


Desertmartin Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association - J. J. McIvor, secretary
Desertmartin L.O.L. No. 376 - Henry Pickering, W.M.
Cranny L.O.L. 1015 - Wm. Bryans, W.M.
Cranny L.O.L. 1015 - Henry Johnston, W.M.
Desertmartin Co-Operative Creamery Society - Rev. W. A. E. Murphy, A.B., president; P. Gormley, secretary; Richard Hutchinson, treasurer, J. McMullen, manager
Co-Operative Egg and Poultry Society - Mr. P. McKenna, manager; R. Hutchinson, sec.


Auterson, Frank, tailor

Bell, John, station master
Bradley, Hugh, farmer
Brown, Henry, farmer
Brown, S., seamstress

Campbell, Michael, pedlar
Chambers, Mrs., dress maker

Dale, Wm., grocer
Daley, E., grocer

Ferrin, Edward, labourer
Fleming, J., farmer
Fleming, S., dress maker

Gormley, P., Railway Tavern
Grahame, Henry, butcher and dealer
Greer, John, butler

Hagin, Patrick, publican
Hanna, W. J., farmer
Henry, Thomas, farmer
Hessin, Stewart, farmer
Hutchenson, James, farmer

Johnston, D., farmer
Johnston, James

Kane, John, farmer
Kane, Rowley, farmer
Kennedy, Miss
Kerr, John, smith

Lagan, Matthew, quarryman
Leeper, J. R., J.P., Hollymount

Maynes, Edward, shoe maker
Mitchell, Robert, farmer and publican
Murray, Robert, nailer

McCready, Thomas, grocer, hardware and general merchant and agent for the "Mid-Ulster Mail"
McGeeghan, James, scutcher
McKenna, Bernard, miller

Palmer, James, farmer

Redfern, James, carpenter
Rodgers, John, farmer and contractor

Stewart, James, scutcher

Travers, E., dress maker; agent for "Belfast Weekly News"

Wallace, Adam, grocer
Wilson, James, farmer


The village of Doagh lies in a very fertile spot of the County of Antrim, the famous valley of the Sixmilewater, about twelve miles to the north-west of Belfast.  Though the population of the village itself can only be reckoned at about 200 inhabitants, yet it, with the immediate neighbourhood, holds considerable importance in the commercial world.  The Doagh Flax Spinning Company and the Cogry Flax Spinning Company Limited, alone employ about 800 hands.  The Cogry Mill has lately been enlarged and refurnished with the newest machinery, and is fitted with electric light, as are also the very extensive bleach works ay Springvale, the property of Messrs. John Preston & Co. Ltd.  There are several finishing works, principally for brown linens, in this neighbourhood; also extensive scutch mills at Cogry, Fourmileburn, Newmills, and Drumadaragh.  The Northern Counties Railway affords excellent travelling accommodation between Doagh and Belfast, and their narrow gauge branch connects Doagh with Ballymena and Larne.  There is telephonic communication with Ballyclare and Belfast.  There are three places of worship - namely, the Church of Ireland, Kilbride; Presbyterian, Kilbride; and Methodist, Doagh.  There is a large and handsome hall, erected in 1885, to the memory of the late James Torrens, Edenmore, by his widow and sons, which is used for concerts, lectures, and other functions.
Doagh National Schools - Principals, Mr. Robson and Miss Laird
The Intermediate School for Young Ladies is conducted by The Misses Douglas


Alexander, A., Lower Holestone
Alexander, A., Upper Holestone
Alexander, W. A., farmer
Allison, Rev. R., Kilbride
Andrews, Robt., grocer and carpenter, Stray Park

Baird, David, publican, Newmills
Baird, James, scutch mills
Baird, Hugh, farmer, Ballyhamage
Baird, John, Holestone
Beggs, Mrs., publican, Burnside
Beggs Bros., grocers and pork merchants
Blackley, Richard, grocer, Burnside
Blair, Robert, farmer
Bodkin, Miss, draper
Bones, Alex., blacksmith
Boyd, John, finishing works, Doagh
Boyd, Wm., finishing works, Cogry
Bryson, James, Ballybracken

Carslaw, William, teacher
Charman, J., draper
Cogry Flax Spinning Company Limited
Cogry Mill Supply Company, grocery
Craig, Rev. D., Donegore
Cunningham, John, draper

Doagh Flax Spinning Company
Dugan, Wm., grocer, egg and butter merchant

Ferguson, Alexander S., farmer
Ferguson, G., boot factor
Ferguson, John, farmer, Silversprings
Ferguson, W. J., farmer and coal merchant
Fleming, John, carpenter
Fleming, Miss, dress maker and draper

Gault, James, Cogry Farm
Gault, Wm., farmer
Gilmore, James, boot factor
Girven, Robert, draper

Hamill, W., mechanic
Harper, S., farmer
Herron, Samuel, saddler
Herron, Wm., publican
Hill, John, boot maker
Hollybank Dye Works
Hunter, Andrew H., grocer
Hunter, A., butcher
Hunter, David, farmer
Hunter, James, Kilbride, farmer
Hunter, Mrs. John, grocer
Hunter, W. E, druggist and general merchant
Hutchinson, R., farmer

Kelly, Hugh, farmer
Kelly, Thos., farmer
Kirk, Samuel, finishing works

Laird, Miss, teacher
Lewis, Samuel, corn mill
Lorimer, Hugh, boot factor
Lorimer, Joseph, farmer

Major, Rev. P. E., The Rectory, Kilbride
Martin, Mrs., grocer and post office
Milford, John, grocer
Milliken, Joseph, grocer
Molyneaux, John, J.P.
Montgomery, R., flax dresser
Mooney, John, grocer and post office, Drumadaragh
Moore, James, Springvale
Morton, Henry, posting establishment

McAllister, Wm. R., carpenter
McCartney, J., preparing master
McCaw, Daniel, teacher, Kilbride
McConnell, S, Doagh hotel
McKiney, Rev. A., Parkgate
McKinstry, W. J., farmer
McMeekin, Adam, manager, Cogry Mills
McMeekin, W., J.P., Cogry Mills

Owens, Mrs., Holestone House
O'Neill, Allison, carpenter

Patterson, Thos., grocer and draper

Reid, Walter, blacksmith
Robinson, Andrew, grocer, Cogry
Robson, R. B., teacher, Doagh N.S.

Sanderson, William, farmer
Semple, William, grocer, Brookfield
Smyth, John, coal merchant
Springvale Bleaching Company
Steel, John, Posting Establishment and telephone call office
Stevenson, James, farmer, Fourmileburn
Stevenson, Palentine
Stevenson, Wm., Kilbride

Todd, Mrs. scutch mill

Wallace, P. H., & Co., dyers and finishers
Wilson, A., manager, Doagh Mills
Wilson, James, farmer


Is a market and seaport town in County Down, fourteen miles from Belfast and six from Newtownards, by the road, situated on the shore of the Irish Channel.  It is the nearest port to Scotland, being twenty-one miles from Portpatrick and Portlogan, the passage to which places can be made by steam vessels in one hour and a half.  There is a beautiful and most substantial harbour and lighthouse built by the Government for the accommodation of steam packets.  Donaghadee possesses all the advantages connected with a first class bathing place, having a fine beach, good lodging houses, baths, and other requisites, for the comfort and convenience of visitors, with a railway from Belfast, Downpatrick, and Ballynahinch.  Petty Sessions are held in the Courthouse on the first Thursdays of each month.  Mr. Daniel De La Cherois, D.L., J.P., is proprietor and Lord of the manor, and a Court-leet is held annually in May.  The church, built in 1641, is a large cruciform structure, with a lofty tower at its northern end which was built by the late Captain De La Cherois and Mr. Daniel De La Cherois.  It is kept in good repair, and contains a number of handsome marble monuments.  The other places of worship are two churches for Presbyterian, a Methodist Chapel, and a Roman Catholic Chapel.  At the northern end of the town is a Danish rath - a mound of considerable height, and surmounted by a tower and fortress in miniature, from the summit of which a beautiful prospect of the town and surrounding country, with a distant view of the Scotch coast and Copeland Isles, is commanded.  Population in 1891 was 2,301.

Post Office, Parade - Mrs. Eason, postmistress,
Coastguard - Captain Taylor, R.N.; Mr. Pearse, chief officer
Harbour Master - John Gunning
Lighthouse Keeper - M. Healy
Constabulary Station - Sergeant Dann


Church of Ireland Parish Church - Rev. R. H. Coote, B.A., rector; Carrowdore - Rev. T. Cooper, rector
Presbyterian Churches - High Street - Rev. S. Walker; Shore Street - Rev. Robt. Andrews; Ballycopeland - Rev. John Beatty; Carrowdore - Rev. H. Megaw; Millisle - Rev. J. Lyons
United Presbyterian Church, Ballyfrenis - Rev. T. Kirker
Methodist Chapel, Moat Street - Rev. Irvine Johnston
Roman Catholic Chapel - High Street


Erasmus Smith's Endowed School, Carnathan Place - Mr. Charles, teacher
Leslie Schools - Miss Ross, teacher
National School (No. 1), Parade - William Atkinson and Miss Waterworth, teachers
National School (No. 2), Moat Street - Mr. A. McMillan and Miss Fullerton, teachers
New National School (No. 3), Warren Road - Teachers, John Lamont and Miss Reilly
Dispensary - Dr. R. A. Nesbitt


Adams, John, coal merchant, Killinchy Road
Aiken, F., grocer, boot and shoe shop, Mount Street
Andrews, Rev. R., Shore Road
Angus, Alexander, Railway Hotel
Angus, John, hardware merchant, New Street
Arthur, James, car owner, Marine Parade

Beatty, John, Ballycopeland Manse
Benson, John, plumber
Black, Mrs., Carnathen
Braithwaite, Wm., station master
Brice, T., Ulster Baths Temperance Rooms, Shore Street
Brown, Robert, cabinet maker, Parade (retired)
Brown, The Misses, dress makers, Marine Parade
Brown, Mrs. Grace, sewed muslin agent, Shore Street
Buller, C. W., Woburn
Burrows, Wm., farmer, Portavo

Carson, Robert, Gardens, Cannyrea
Caughey, Miss J., milliner and draper, New Street
Connolly, James, spirit merchant and aerated water manufacturer, Back Street
Connolly, W. H., spirit merchant (retired)
Conkey, Hotel, Parade
Cooper, Rev. T., incumbent of Carrowdore
Coote, Rev. R. H., B.A., The Rectory
Cosh, Miss Anna, milliner, New Street
Cousins, W., grocer and spirit merchant, New Street
Crommelin, Saml. De La Cherois, J.P., Carrowdore castle
Crosbie, John, designer, Braemoyre (Brae Moyle in 1907)
Curragh, Mrs. James, grocer and stationer, High Street
Curragh, William, builder, Killaughey Road

Dalzell, John, grocer, High Street
Davidson, Mrs. M., draper, High Street
De La Cherois, Colonel, D.L., J.P., Manor House
De La Cherois, Daniel, J.P., Manor House, Donaghadee
De La Cherois, Mrs. Alexander, Donaghadee
De La Cherois, Samuel, Ballywilliam
Dunn, R., house and insurance agent, New Street
Dunn, W., confectioner and grocer, New Street

Eady, Mrs., tobacconist, New Street
Emerson, Mrs. Sarah, dress maker, Shore Street
Ennis, J., publican

Ferguson, Henry, farmer, Hogstown
Finlay, A., saddler, New Street
Fullerton, James, mason, Mount Street
Fullerton, Samuel, coal merchant, Manor Street
Fulton, James, flour mill, Millisle

Galway, Mrs., Mount Street
Gibson, Dr., Shore Street

Hamill, P., draper and merchant tailor
Hamilton, Alex., baker and confectioner, Bow Street
Hamilton, R. P., Manor Lodge
Hamilton, The Misses, Kilburn and Belfast
Heron, Wm., butcher, New Street
Heron, Wm., car owner, New Street
Herron, James, carrier for B. & C. D. Railway, High Street
Hill, Miss M. A., Shore Street
Holmes, T., Parade
Hudson, Miss Mary, draper, Parade
Hughes, David, J.P., Coondara

Imperial Hotel, Parade

Jamison, George, Hotel Parade
Jamison, Joseph, draper, High Street
Johnston, Rev. Irvine, Wesley Place

Keating, Hugh, carter and grocer, Mount Street
Keating, H., grocer, Mount Street
Kennedy, Miss R., grocer, High Street
King, Miss, Mount Alexander
Kirker, Rev. Mr., Ballyfrenis
Knox, John, farmer, Ballyvester
Knox, Thomas, farmer, Ballyvester

Law, J., greengrocer, New Street
Lindsay, Peter, retired merchant, Parade
Lyons, Rev. J., Millisle

MacGowan, John C, Moat Street
Minford, Rev., Carrowdore
Monk, Alexander, Ballywilliam
Monk, Hans, High Street
Monk, Hans, Parade
Monk, John, grocer and pawn broker, High Street
Morrison & Herron, carriers between Belfast and Donaghadee
Morrison, James, spirit dealer, Mount Street
Morrison, W., hotel, Parade
Mount Royal Hotel -  manageress, Mrs. Street
Muckle, Thomas, grocer, New Street
Mulholland, James, sewed muslin agent, New Street

McCance, David, grocer and saddler, New Street
McClure, James, grocer and carpenter, High Street
McConkey, Messrs. John, & Sons, builders, contractors and divers, High Street
McConkey, Wm., Shore Street
McConnell, John, J.P., Rathmona
McConnell, S. J. P., Rathmona
McCutcheon, Miss Mary, Parade
McDowell, Robert, publican, New Street
McMinn, Alexander, J.P., Herdstown House
McMinn, Miss, The Cottage
McNarry, Geo., blacksmith, Bow Street
McPeake, Elizabeth, grocer, New Street
McWilliams, Mrs., sewed muslin agent, Bow Street

Neill, James, publican, High Street
Nesbitt, James, N.S. teacher, Millisle
Nesbitt, R. A., M.D., High Street

Patterson, D., painter, Bow Street
Patterson, Jas., publican, Mount Street
Patton, T., grocer, Mount Street
Perry, John, farmer, Portavo
Pink, Mrs., grocer, Parade
Pink, Samuel, farmer, Greenbank
Potts, R., Millisle Road

Redfern, Professor, Templepatrick House
Ringland, A., blacksmith, Mount Street
Ryan, J., farmer, Ballywilliam

Saunders, James, butcher, High Street
Schmidt, Richard, Stockbridge
Semple, Luke, farmer, Ballyvester
Service, Mrs. Ann, dress maker, New Street
Shaw, L., Mount Alexander
Sloan, Patrick, draper, High Street
Sloan, Robert, butcher, high Street
Smith, John, Mount Street
Smith, Miss Sarah, Seaview
Smith, W. G., High Street
Smith, ?, family grocer, car owner and blacksmith
Stuart, The Misses, Parade

Taylor, Captain, Rosebank

Vance, A. W., Ballywilliam
Vance, S. S., land steward

Walker, David, boot maker
Walker, James, boot maker
Walker, Rev. Samuel, Ardville
Waugh, Misses, grocer, Bow Street
Woods, J., gas works manager, Railway Street
Woods, T. H., Woodlands


Which gives its name to the County Donegal (anciently called Tyrconnell) is a pretty seaport town, about fifteen miles from Stranorlar, and thirteen from Ballyshannon;  it is connected with Stranorlar by a narrow gauge line of rail which passes through the romantic and picturesque Gap of Barnes, and is now connected with Killybegs by an extension of same line.  Donegal is situated at the mouth of the Eske - a river abounding with fish of every kind - and on a bay of the same name, and boasts of two splendid ruins - one, a well preserved castle, in whose ivy-clad walls once dwelt

"The Lord of Tyrconnell,
Our brave Chiefs O'Donnell."

It is seated on the banks of the River Eske, as is also the old Abbey, founded for the Franciscan Friars, in 1474, by Nuola O'Connor, wife of Hugh Roe O'Donnell.  It was filled with dead of all creeds - perhaps of many nations - lying side by side under the now broken arches.  It is said that a subterraneous passage, about a quarter of a mile in length, connects the Castle of the O'Donnells with the old Abbey.  A very fine sulphurous spa, within five minutes' walk of the town boasts of waters equal to those of Harrogate, where baths can be had, for which purpose two beautiful marble baths have been procured from Italy.  In the Diamond is situated the Arran Arms (under the patronage of the Earl of Arran, to whom the town belongs), one of the best hotels in Ulster.  There is also another hotel - the Commercial and Family - J. Smullen, proprietor.  They afford every accommodation, whether to visitors of the highest rank, passing tourists, or commercial travellers.  Post horses and vehicles of all kinds are to be had on the premises.  There are four principal churches - the Church of Ireland, two Presbyterian, and one Methodist Chapel, besides a Roman Catholic Chapel, and minor places of worship for different denominations; whilst four or five prettily-built schools, both male and female, under the superintendence of the National Board, are well attended.  Quarter Sessions are held every three months in a neat courthouse.  The constabulary and coastguards have stations here; and a fair is held every second Friday in the month, the day for the weekly market being Saturday.  Drumcliffe, a public promenade, one-half of which is sheltered by trees on both sides, while the other half, overhanging the bay, and supplied with fancy rustic seats, offers not only the greatest variety of scenery, but a pleasant walk in all seasons.  Many fine demesnes, belonging to the surrounding landlords, add to the beauty of the country, the most remarkable amongst these being The Hall, the pretty residence of the Marquis of Conyngham; the Castle and grounds of Lough Eske, the property of General White; and St. Ernen's, the seat of Mr. A. H. Foster.  There are good grain and flax markets in the town.  The population in 1891 was 1,620

Post Office - Timothy McMullen, postmaster
Stamp Office - Joseph McLoone, J.P.
Inland Revenue Officer - P. Congdon, Ardara
Belfast Bank - G. E. McNeely, manager
Ulster Bank - Samuel Stewart, manager
Courthouse - Robert Keatley, caretaker
Commissioner for taking Affidavits - George N. K. O'Donnell and James Dunlevy
Coroner - James Boyle, Ballybofey
Coastguard Officer - Mr. Kerr
Dispensary and Hospital - H. T. A. Warnock, M.D., and R. H. Pope, M.D.
Emigration Agents - Hugh Hughes, James D. Corr, James Dunleavy, Anthony Dunleavy, James Henderson
Inspector of National Schools - McMahon
Inspector of Weights and Measures - Sergeant Bready, R.I.C. Barrack
Petty Sessions - Every alternate Wednesday; George N. K. O'Donnell, clerk
Quarter Sessions - Held four times a year for Crown and Civil Business.  Chairman - His Honour Judge Webb J. Cochrane, Lifford, Clerk of the Peace
Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths - H. T. A. Warnock
Schools - Miss Fitzgerald, mistress of No. 1 National School; M. Byrne, master of Nuala National School; Mrs. McMullan, mistress of No. 2 National School; David Wreny, teacher of Robertson's School
Solicitors - P. M. Gallagher, R. Todd, Alfred Stubbs, J. Dunleavy
Union Workhouse - Clerk of workhouse, David C. Pearson, Bayview, Donegal; master, C. Sturdy; school mistress, Miss Cooke; medical officer, Richard H. Pope, M.D., J.P., Abbey View, Donegal; relieving officer, George Stewart, Drumgun; Protestant chaplain, Rev. R. Millar, Vicarage, Donegal; Roman Catholic chaplain, Rev. Hugh McFadden, Nuala Terrace, Donegal


Addy, Rev., Wesleyan minister

Bevin, T. E. B., Rossalongem
Brake, Rev. M., P.P., Killymard (as Blake in 1907)

Cassidy, Samuel, J.P., Bruckless House, Dunkeneely
Conyngham, Marquis of, The Hall, Mountcharles

Fawcett, John, Doonan, Donegal
Flood, Francis, Loughiske, Donegal
Foster, Arthur H., J.P., Bell's Isle, Ballintra

Graham, John, Tullymorn, Donegal

Hamilton, Major J. P., Brown Hall, Ballintra
Hammond, Messrs., Bridgetown, Donegal

Mercer, Rev. M., Church of Ireland, Donegal

McFadden, Rev. H., P.P., Clair and Donegall
McFarlane, Rev. R. A., M.A., Covenanting minister, Donegal

Neilson, Rev. R., M.A., Presbyterian minister, Donegal No. 2

Pearson, D. C, Raforker, Donegal
Pope, Richard H., M.D., J.P., Abbey View, Donegal

Sinclair, William, Bonny Gleen, Inver
Stevenson Brothers, Drimeenagh, Donegal
Stevenson, Wm., Drimeenagh, Donegal
Swan, Henry, Summer Hill, Donegal

White, General, Lough Eske Castle


Auctioneers - Sweeny & McClea, James Barron, Lyons & Brogen, Carr and Gallagher
Bakers - James D. Corr, Jas. Craig, Griffith & Irvine, P. McCready, Jas. Dunleavy and T. Doherty
Bonnet Makers and Trimmers - Mrs. Watson and Miss Brady
Booksellers and Newsagents - Anthony Dunleavy and James Henderson
Boot and Shoemakers - John Corr, John McGinty, Robert Black, John Sweeny, P. Cannon
Boot and Shoe Shops - William Arnold, John McGinty, J. Gallenagh, P. Cannon, John Sweeny, John Magee and E. Noble
Builders - Wm. Jackson, P. Diver, J. Knight
Butchers - W. Kelly, J. Doherty, J. McNeely, Andrew Bigley
Carpenters - Wm. Jackson, Jas. Spence, Jas. Knight, John Coulter, Wm. Wray, W. White, David Henderson, and H. Doherty
Coachbuilder - Wm. Galbraith
Coal Merchants - Hugh McD. Hughes, Joseph McLoome, J.P.; James Henderson, W. Brogan, and Jas. Anderson
Confectioners - Jas. Craig S. Griffith, and W. Irwin
Cooper - Edward Hammond
Delf and China Shops - Francis McGobrick, J. Craig and Miss McCloskey
Druggists - James Henderson and R. Chapman
English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agents, D. C. Pearson, Clerk of Union; S. Cassidy, J.P., Bruckless; John Sweeney, Main Street
Flour and Grain Merchant - James Anderson
Grocers - John Gallen, James D. Corr, Wm. Anderson, P. McDermot, J. Lyons  s, Griffith & Irwin, J. Dunleavy  s, C. Bradley  s, Patrick Welsh  s, Lawrence Gillespie  s, James Craig, James Corr  s, Hugh Britton, Francis McGobrick  s, Anthony Dunleavy, John Carr, and T. Doherty.  (Those marked with s after names are spirit dealers)
Gunsmith - John Smyth
Haberdashers - Joseph McLoome, J.P.; James Timony, John Magee, J.P.; Condy Cannon, Miss Miller, Edward Britton, Miss Brown, Miss Scarff, E. Noble, R. S. Chapman
Hardware Merchants - Edward Hammond, P. Walsh and W. McMillan
Hide Merchant - Andrew Bigley
Horse Shoers - John McBrearty, Thomas Robinson and John Brown
Hotels - The Arron, Capt. Hastings; Commercial, James Smullen; temperance, Mrs. McMullan, manageress, and Mrs. McGinty
Jeweller - James Henderson
Leather Merchants - J. Gallanagh, P. Cannon, J. Sweeney
Marine Store - Patrick McMullan
Milliners and Dressmakers - Miss Britton, Miss Millar, Miss Brown, and Miss Scarff
Oil and Colour Merchants - Edward Hammond and W. McMillan
Painters and Glaziers - Joseph Smyth, Wm. Jackson, James Spence and D. Henderson
Phoenix Fire Office - Agent, Samuel Stewart, Ulster Bank Ltd.; J. Sweeney & Co., Main Street
Plough Makers - Matthew Smythe, Thomas Robinson and Wm. McDade
Posting Establishments - James Smullen, Mrs. McGinty, J. Quigley, J. Brogan, C. Scarff
Publicans' Houses - John Gallen, Mrs. Bradley, Patrick Welsh, Lawrance Gillespie, H. Munday, Patrick Gallagher, W. Gildea, James Smullen, James Dunleavy, H. McKelvey, J. Gallagher, P. Slevin, Patk. McMullen, F. McGolrick, John Quigley, J. McLay, Mrs. McGinty, and John Magaghrin
Saddlers - Wm. Arnold, Michael Gallagher, and H. Dea
Sawyers - Wm. Scott and Wm. Crawford
Seed Merchants - John Gallen and R. Irwin
Sewing Agents - James Dunleavy and Anthony Dunleavy
Sewing Machine Dealer - James Henderson
Ship Broker - Hugh Hughes
Spade Manufacturer - J. Walsh, Mountcharles
Tailors - A. Mahon, Andrew Kennedy, Patrick Slevin, H. Black, and John Henderson
Timber Merchants - W. McMillan, Edward Hammond, and Patk. Walsh
Tinsmiths - John Maguire, and C. Doherty
Watch Makers - Robert Roy, P. Gallagher, and James Henderson
Whitesmiths - M. Smythe and W. McDade
Woollen Drapers - Joseph McLoone, J.P.; agent for the Convoy Woollen Company; James Henderson, Condy Cannon, H. Britton, and R. S. Chapman


Downpatrick is a market town, and the seat of the Diocese of Down, and the Assize and principal town in county Down, eighteen miles S.E. from Belfast.  The County Courthouse and the County Jail are connected by an underground passage.  Quarter Sessions are held four times a year - namely, in January, April, June, and October, and Petty Sessions on every alternate Thursday.  The County Down Lunatic Asylum, built in 1869 at a cost of upwards of 75,000, is situated on an elevated plateau about a quarter of a mile from the town; it is an imposing structure, and stands in the centre of a park of about 120 acres, commanding a magnificent view of the surrounding country; and for architectural appearance and internal equipment is said to be of the finest in the kingdom.  New wings and other improvements have lately been added at a cost of about 35,000, so that the institution is now capable of accommodating 624 inmates.  Quoile Quay is the port of the town, and admits vessels of 100 tons burthen.  The town was formerly the seat of the linen trade; and brewing, tanning, and soap boiling are extensively carried on; but there are no manufacturing industries at present.  The town is entirely dependent on agriculture, the country around being most productive. The County Down Railway, completed in March, 1859, connects the town with Belfast.  The Downpatrick and Newcastle Railway, opened in 1869, connects Dundrum and Newcastle with Downpatrick; and the Ardglass Railway, connecting Downpatrick with Killough and Ardglass, was opened in 1892. Branches of the Northern Bank and Ulster Bank are the monetary establishments.  The "Down Recorder" (established 1836) is published on Saturdays.  Adjoining the town is Down Cathedral, a stately embattled edifice, comprising a nave, choir and aisles, with a lofty tower at the west end.  It is furnished with a good organ, which was in 1896 thoroughly overhauled and repaired, and there are handsome stalls for the dignitaries.  It is believed that the remains of the Patron Saint of Ireland are interred within the walls of the venerable edifice, and not in the adjoining graveyard as popularly supposed.  The Parish Church is a capacious and well-built edifice.  The other places of worship are one Presbyterian, one Unitarian, and one Methodist Church; a Roman Catholic Chapel, with a handsome nunnery adjoining.  There are parochial and other schools.  The town possesses a magnificent Assembly Hall, erected in the centre of it by the Right Hon. Lord Dunleath, the last representative of the borough in Parliament.  Fairs - First Tuesday in each month.  Markets - Tuesday and Saturday.  Population of borough in 1891 was 3,901

Post Office, Church Street - Postmistress, Mrs. J. Morris.
Excise Office - R. Scott, officer


Church of Ireland - Dean, Very rev. E. Maguire, D.D.; minor canon, Rev. F. W. Macran, B.D.; precentor, Rev. A. J. Moore, M.A.; chancellor, Rev. H. Stewart, M.A.; treasurer, Rev. A. Kernan, B.D.; archdeacon, Ven. J. P. Brown, M.A.; Prebendaries, Revs. G. Smith and J. H. Duke, D.D.; sec. of Cathedral Board, Col. Wallace; org., A. J. H. Coulter.
Parish Church - Rev. L. A. Pooler, B.D., rector; Rev. J. D. Kidd, B.A., curate; organist, J. Adamson, English Street
Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. McElney, M.A.
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - Rev. J. Frazer
Unitarian Church - Rev. M. S. Dunbar, M.A.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. P. O'Kane, P.P.; Rev. J. F. Macauley, C.C., and Rev. C. McDonnell, C.C.


Banks - Northern, English Street - W. B. Martin, manager; Ulster, Irish Street - S. C. N. Lowry, manager
Southwell Down National Schools - Male teacher, J. Adamson; W. N. Gibson, assistant; female teachers, Miss E. Allen, principal; Miss E. Stitt, assistant
Infirmary St. School - Miss Crawford, teacher; Miss J. Gibson, assistant
John St. School - Christian Brothers, teachers
District Lunatic Asylum - Dr. M. J. Nolan, resident medical superintendent; Mr. Samuel Rea, clerk; T. G. Mitchell, store keeper
Union Workhouse - 24 Electoral Divisions - Board meets on Saturday; Rural District, Colonel Rt. Hon. W. B. Forde, P.C., D.L., Council on alternate Saturdays - Chairman of both bodies, Col. the Right Hon. Wm. Brownlow Forde, P.C., D.L.; Major R. P. Maxwell, D.L., vice-chairman of Guardians; Jas. Hutton, vice-chairman of Council; R. L. Morrow, clerk of Union and Rural District Council
Southwell Charity, for six old men and six old women - Managed by a Board of Governors; Rev. L. A. Pooler, B.D., Rector of Down, chairman; John R. McConnell, secretary
County Infirmary - T. M. Tate, M.D., and H. J. McNabb, surgeons; Miss McKay, matron
County Courthouse - George Breen, court keeper
Petty Sessions Court - Every alternate Thursday - R. Whiteside, clerk
Police Barracks, Church Street - J. Loch, county inspector; W. M. Davies, district inspector
Town Commissioners - Messrs. McConnell, J.P. chairman; Denvir, J.P.; Beatty, Breen, Corry, Hastings, McKee, Moore, Lascelles, Smyth, Johnston and Maguire


Acheson, Geo. J., Down Hunt Arms Hotel
Agar, Wm., grocer & spirit merchant, Market Street
Agnew, Robert H., victualler, Market Street

Bailie, R. J., grocer and publican, Market Street
Barr, Wm., victualler, English Street
Bell, John W., solicitor, Church Avenue
Birney, Mrs., Oakley Park
Blythe, Mrs., grocer and publican, John Street
Bohill, Thomas, spirit dealer and cabinetmaker, Bridge Street and Market Street
Bowlby, Lieut.-Colonel, R.M., Rathdune
Breen, Geo., & Co., hardware merchants
Breen, W., & Co., woollen drapers, Irish Street
Brien, Fred & James, grocers, Scotch Street
Briggs, Henry, printer, Irish Street
Burns, Mrs., refreshment rooms, Market Street

Campbell, John, china warehouse, Irish Street
Carr, J., victualler, Scotch Street
Carr, Miss, publican, Scotch Street
Carr, Mrs., grocer and spirit dealer, Irish Street and Circular Road
Carson, Capt.-Adjt., 5th Battalion R.I.R.
Clark, Andrew, tobacconist, English Street
Cleland, John, J. P., Irish Street
Clements, J., Victoria Terrace
Corry, W. & B., drapers, Scotch Street
Corry, Mrs., grocer and publican, English Street
Coulter, A. J. H., organist and law clerk, Saul Street
Coulter, Mrs., English Street
Crangle, Edward, draper, Irish Street
Crichton, W. Y., proprietor "Down Recorder"
Crickard, G., Scotch Street
Crickard, H., grain merchant, Church Street
Croskery, Horatio, grocer, wine, spirit and general merchant, Market Street
Croskery, James, grocer and publican, John Street
Crowe, J., grocer and spirit dealer, Bridge Street
Cunningham, J., saddler and harness maker, Scotch Street
Cunningham, John, saddler, Market Street
Cunningham, Mrs., spirit dealer, Stream Street

Davies, W. M., district inspector, Dunlethglas
Denvir, John, J. P., draper, Irish Street
Denvir, Wm., Temperance Rooms, Market Street
Devlin, P., spirit dealer, Irish Street
Dickson, Mrs. John, spirit dealer, Church Street
Dougherty, James, leather cutter, Market Street
Dunbar, Rev. M. S., Unitarian Manse
Dunlop, James, V. S., Church Street

English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agents, D. McCartan, Solicitor; and S. B. Martin, Solicitor

Ferguson, James, engineer, Circular Road
Ferguson, James, plumber, Circular Road
Fitzsimmons, James, grocer and fruiterer, Market Street
Fitzsimmons, Peter, draper, Irish Street
Fleming, Mrs., woollen draper, Irish Street, Downshire Arcade
Flood, W. G., law clerk, Church Street
Forrest, F. W., solicitor, English Street
Frazer, Rev. J., Methodist Manse

Gibson, Francis, agent East Downshire Co., Scotch Street
Gilmore, John, hotel proprietor, Market Street
Gracey, Lieutenant-Colonel A., J. P., Ballyhosset
Gracey, Robert, law clerk, Pound Lane
Gracey, Thomas, deputy Clerk of Peace, Saul Street
Gracey, The Misses, milliners, Market Street

Hall, Conway, quartermaster-sergeant R.I.R., Church Street
Hall, Robert, boot and clog manufacturer, Irish Street
Hanna, Charlotte, boot and shoe dealer, Church Street
Harley, W., solicitor, Ballydugan Cottage
Hastings, Mrs. Wm., Irish Street
Hastings, S. & T., stone cutters, Church Street
Healey, Wm., J.P., Donard View
Henderson, A., lieutenant and quartermaster, 5th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles
Heron, J., county surveyor
Heron, J. M., M.D., J.P., The Terrace, Church Street
Herron, Edward, saddler, Circular Road
Hughes, J., V. S., English Street
Hughes, W., spirit grocer, Irish Street
Hunter, Andrew, grocer, Scotch Street
Hunter, Robert, spirit dealer, Circular Road
Hurst, Mrs., Irish Street
Hyde, J., English Street

Johnson, Beauchamp N., Crown solicitor, Irish Street
Johnston, Misses, Ardcuan, Saul Street
Johnston, Miss Moore, Dunleath, Saul Street
Johnston, Henry, clerk, English Street
Johnston, James, painter, Irish Street
Johnston, Roden, medical hall
Johnston, Thomas, tailor, Scotch Street
Johnston, William, M.P., Ballykilbeg House
Jordan, Messrs, & Co., builders and auctioneers, Church Street

Kelly, P. J., school inspector, Irish Street
Kerr, James, Victoria Terrace
Kerr & Belshaw, merchants, Scotch Street
Kidd, Rev. J. D., The Terrace
King, Matthew, spirit dealer, Market Street
Kirkwood, Miss, district nurse, Saul Street

Lascelles, Edward, spirit dealer and posting establishment, Market Street
Lascelles, James, spirit dealer and posting establishment, Market Street
Lascelles, John C., grocer and spirit dealer, Irish Street
Lascelles, W., farmer, Killavees
Lloyd, John, victualler, Market Street
Lloyd, Wm., butcher, Irish Street
Loch, J., county inspector R.I.C., Portland
Lowry, S. C. N., manager of Ulster Bank, Irish Street

Macran, Rev. F. W., Church Street
Magee, Mrs., inn keeper, Church Street
Mageean, P., grocer and publican, Church Street
Maguire, J., painter, Irish Street
Mara, Miss, spirit dealer, Bridge Street
Martin, Samuel, grocer, Church Street
Martin, T. Q., draper, Market Street
Martin, W. B., Northern Bank, English Street
Martin, S. B., LL.B., solicitor, English Street
Maxwell, R. Perceval, D.L., J. P., Finnebrogue
Maxwell, Thomas, clothier, Irish Street
Maxwell, Stephen Perceval, Ballydugan House
Mearns, Charles W., gas manager, Market Street
Moore, Alexander, woollen draper and auctioneer, Market Street
Morris, Mrs., postmistress
Morrison, T., grocer and spirit dealer, Church Street
Morrow, Mrs., confectioner, Church Street
Murray & Co., woollen drapers, Market Street

McAllister, Misses, Church Street
McBride, John, watch maker, Market Street
McBride, Joseph, weigh master, Bridge Street
McBride, Samuel, watch maker, Irish Street
McBride, Wm., merchant, Market Street
McCardell, James, spirit dealer, Stream Street
McCartan, D., B. A., solicitor, Church Avenue
McCartan, F., general merchant, Stream Street
McCartan, Patrick, publican, Saul Street
McCartney, J. & W., newsagents, English Street
McCartney, Wm., grocer, Irish Street
McCaulfield, Bernard, spirit dealer, Stream Street
McClurg, Mrs., victualler, English Street
McConnell, John R., agent, Rathmore
McConnell, Mrs. J. B., The Villas, Circular Road
McConvey, J., grocer & publican, Scotch Street
McCutcheon, D., watch maker and jeweller, English Street
McElney, Rev. R., The Manse
McFadden, Mrs., Irish Street
McGrady, James, grocer and spirit dealer, Scotch Street
McIlwaine, Robt., secretary County Council
McKee, John, merchant, Scotch Street
McLaughlin, Mrs. J. T., Church Street
McMechan, Miss, draper, Market Street
McMurray Francis, merchant, Church Street

Napier, John G., farmer and contractor, Irish Street
Neill, W., plumber and zinc worker, Irish Street
Nelson, E. F., M. D., The Hill
Nelson, Wm., baker, Scotch Street
Newell, J. E., hardware merchant, Market Street
Newman, John, watch maker, Irish Street
Newman, Joseph, printer, Irish Street
Nolan, E., assistant county surveyor, Quoile

Olpherts, Dr. J. W., Irish Street
Orr, Matthew T., harbour master, Quoile
O'Kane, Very Rev. Patrick, P.P.

Parkinson, E., English Street
Parkinson, M., grocer, Scotch Street
Perceval, R. D., J.P., Dillon House
Phoenix Fire Office - Agent, Daniel McCartan, Solicitor
Pooler, Rev. L. A., B.D., rector of Down, English Street
Porter, M. J., cycle agent, Market Street
Pratt, Isaac, ex-head constable R. I. C., Scotch Street
Price, T. B., Archdeacon, Rath Keltair

Quail, S., & Co., carpet warehouse, Irish Street

Rea Bros., grocers and spirit dealers, Market Street
Reid, James, J. P., The Villas
Ritchie, John, tailor, Market Street
Russell, Wm., solicitor, Drumcullen, Ballydugan

Shaw, Alexander, cart maker, Fountain Street
Shields, Wm., Medical Hall, Irish Street
Skeffington, John, butcher, Market Street
Smyth, John H., auctioneer, Irish Street
Starkey, Patrick, bicycle dealer, Irish Street
Stewart, Walter, boot and shoe dealer, Irish Street
Stockdale, J. & T., builders, Church Street
Sun Fire and Life Office - Agent, R. A. Gracey

Tate, John, J.P., Marlborough
Tate, J. M., & Co., ironworks, Market Street
Tate & Co., ironmongers, Irish Street and Market Street
Tate, Thomas M., M.D., etc., county infirmary
Teggart, Miss, Saul Street
Teggart, Patrick, spirit dealer, Scotch Street
Tyner, Mrs., English Street
Telford, R., boot manufacturer, English Street

Wallace, Colonel Robert H., English Street
Watterson, Alex., hair dresser, Circular Road
Watterson, John, tailor, Church Street and Scotch Street
Watterson, Robert, hair dresser, English Street
Weir, H. C, solicitor, English Street
Whiteside Richd. & Sons, drapers, Market Street
Whiteside, Robert, petty sessions clerk, Audley's Acre
Whiteside, Wm., town clerk, Irish Street
Wilson, Miss, Irish Street

Young, J. J., accountant County Council, Scotch Street
Young, Miss, Saul Street


Is a post town in the Parish of Ballynascreen, Barony of Loughinshollin, and Parliamentary Division of South Derry, situate at the intersection of two main roads, one of which leads from Magherafelt and runs through into North Derry and the other from Maghera to Omagh and other towns in Tyrone.  To this crossing of the roads was due the early designation of the town.  "The Cross of Ballynascreen,"  until subsequently it changed to suit the Drapers' Company.  The town is situated in the centre of the well-wooded valley of the Moyold and on the right bank of the river, while opposite on the left bank stretches the extensive demesne surrounding the Derrynoid House, the magnificent County Derry residence of the Honourable R. T. O'Neill, M.P.  There are various other places of interest in the neighbourhood, which by their traditions and varied scenery tend to give a peculiar charm to the town and district.  About three miles distant from the town, on the Omagh Road, can be seen the ruins of the Old Church of Ballynascreen, which according to a well-known local tradition, was founded by St. Patrick.  The names of several of the townlands around are traceable through that tradition.  The burying ground attached was almost the only one in Ballynascreen until 1811, and was even still largely used until 1860.  Along the Mayold and tributaries are numerous corn and flax mills and a few saw mills.  The shirt trade has made great improvement latterly.  There are three branch factories, where girls get out-work and finish it al their own homes.  Both the town and district are well supplied with schools.  The population in 1891 was 484 (240 males and 244 females), but the population of the immediate district is over 6,000, while the town is the greatest market and fair for a large portion of Mid-Tyrone and a part of East Tyrone.

Post Office - Miss Lyttle, postmistress; telegraphist, Miss Henderson; telegraph messenger, A. Bradley; postman, Jas. Mullan; rural post boys, John McGlade for Sixtowns, Patrick Kelly for Moneyneeney, Patrick Conway for Carnamore, Joseph Conway for the Lodge district.
R.I.C. - G. Wilson (sergt.) and four constables
Dispensary Medical Officer - Andrew Hegarty, M.D., J.P.
Assistant Registrar - Mr. Bernard O'Neill
Commissioner for Taking Affidavits - Mr. J. McClean, clerk of petty sessions
Assistant County Surveyor - Mr. McAnulty


Parish Church - Rev. H. Forde, LL.D., rector.  Presbyterian Church - Rev. C. C. M. Dickie, pastor loci.  Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. P. Grant, P.P.; Rev. John Fanning, C.C.; and Rev. Patrick Dougherty, C.C.
Intermediate School - Peter McNamee, teacher.  Draperstown National School (Male) - Danl. McGuigan. (Female) - Miss Bradley.  Carnamoney (Female) National School - Mrs. Porter.  Blackhill National Schools (Male and Female) - Teachers, John Diamond and Mrs. Diamond.  Strow National School (Mixed) - Teacher, P. Conway.  Blackadysart National School (Mixed) - Teacher, David Kane.  Drumard National School - Teacher, John McNamee.  Church Education Society - Teacher, Mrs. Irwin
Magistrates - Brigade-Surgeon Waters, C.B., J.P.; Dr. Hegarty, M.D., J.P.; James Sinclair, J.P.; Henry O'Neill, J.P.; James R. Leeper, J.P.; and Peter Carliton, J.P.
Petty Sessions are held on the third Tuesday in each month, commencing at twelve o'clock noon.  John McClean, clerk; John Spillaine, summons server


Barclay, Sarah M., grocer
Barclay, James, draper and agent for the "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Boyle, John, blacksmith
Bradley, Miss, boot shop
Bradley, Miss Susan, draper
Bradley, Patrick, publican
Bradly, Charles, tinsmith
Bradly, Maggie, grocer
Bradly, Patrick, tinsmith

Carliton, Peter, J.P., woollen draper, shirt factor and farmer
Cleary, Peter
Clinton, Patrick, R.I.C., pensioner
Coburn, Constable
Comrey, Edward, flesher and farmer
Connor, James, tailor
Connor, Michael, grocer and farmer
Connor, Patrick, publican
Convery, Daniel, carpenter
Convery, Francis, publican
Conway, Andrew, clothier
Conway, Bernard, grocer and druggist
Conway, John, veterinary surgeon
Conway, John, labourer
Conway, P., assurance agent and N.S. teacher
Coyle, Mrs., shirt agent
Crilly, Francis, tinsmith
Crilly, Francis, barber and egg dealer
Crilly, John, tinsmith
Cummings, Constable, R.I.C.

Dickson, Alex., railway guard
Doherty, Jack, labourer
Donnelly, Bernard, farmer and mill owner
Donnelly, Edward, farmer and slater
Donnelly, John, merchant tailor
Donnelly, Philip, farmer and mill owner
Duffy, Bridget, dress maker

English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire office - Agent, John Diamond, Blackhill; Joseph McNicholl

Gormley, Mrs. Bernard, grocer
Graham, David, farmer
Graham, John, bakery and farmer
Graham. Thomas, farmer
Great Northern Cycle Company - Cycle manufacturers. Telegraphic address; "Conway, Draperstown"
Grey, Edward, fireman

Hagan, John, farmer and contractor
Hagan, Michael, railway porter
Hanna, Robert, farmer and mill owner
Henry, Edward, publican
Henry, Patrick, solicitor
Henry, John, bar man
Henry, Peter, fowl dealer
Hegarty, Andrew, M.D., J.P., medical officer
Hegarty, John, labourer
Henderson, Robert, farmer
Henderson, William, farmer and grocer
Henderson, Wm., farmer, The Lodge
Higgins, Patrick, milesman
Hutchinson, John, farmer, D.D.I.
Hutchinson, Wm., grocer and farmer

Irwin, Mrs., teacher

Johnston, Bernard
Johnston, Edward J., coach builder
Johnston, John, farmer
Johnston, Robert, carpenter and coach factory
Jordan, John, constable R.I.C.

Kelly, Alice, grocer
Kelly, Bernard, shoe maker
Kelly, Bernard, watch maker and jeweller
Kelly, Bridget, grocer
Kelly, Francis, farmer
Kelly, James, boot and shoe maker
Kelly, Jas., publican, Straw
Kelly, John, grocer
Kelly, John, watch maker, Straw
Kelly, Joseph D., Mills, Straw
Kelly, Neal, farmer
Kelly, Patrick, boot and shoe maker
Kelly, Patrick, labourer
Kelly, Peter, boot and shoe maker
Kennedy, Charles, labourer
Kennedy, Henry, farmer

Lagan, James, saddler
Leacock, Henry, farmer
Leacock, Wm., grocer and hardware merchant
Leadon, John, blacksmith
Looney, Wm., estate bailiff and pensioner R.I.C.

Magee, John, woollen draper
Mawhinney, Miss Rosetta, Draper Arms Hotel
Molloy, Peter, labourer
Morris, Miss Lizzie, shirt agent and grocer
Morris, Patrick, publican
Mullan, Susan, woollen draper
Mullan, Thomas, saddler
Murray, Michael, grocer
Murray, William, nailor

MacGeagh, James Foster, grocer
MacGeagh, John F., farmer
MacGeagh, Robert F., farmer and mill owner
McAllister, Henry, baker
McBride, Jas., farmer and gunsmith
McCallion, John, porter
McCallister, David, & Co., boot and shoe makers
McCann, farmer
McClean, John, petty sessions clerk
McClean, Wm., farmer
McCullough, T., pensioner R.I.C.
McDowell, Robert
McGeehan, Patrick, cooper
McGlade, Felix, porter
McGlade, Francis, carpenter
McGlade, Henry, farmer
McGlade, John, farmer
McGlade, John N., farmer
McGlade, Joseph Francis, farmer
McGlade, Joseph, grocer
McGlade, Patrick F., farmer
McGuigan, Bernard, labourer
McGuigan, Jas., baker
McKenna, Joseph, farmer
McKenna, Mark, publican
McKenna, Michael, farmer
McKenna, Michael, labourer
McNamee, James, saddler
McNamee, John, publican and grocer
McNamee, Michael, flesher
McNamee, Peter, classical teacher
McNichol, Joseph, solicitor's clerk
McWilliams, John, labourer
McWilliams, Patrick, labourer

Nesbitt, ?, land steward, Neeney

O'Kane, Jas., butter and egg merchant
O'Kane, Patk., P.L.G., publican, farmer and road contractor
O'Kane, John, tailor
O'Kane, Mrs., publican and farmer, Money-?
O'Neill, Bernard, woollen draper and posting establishment
O'Neill, Felix, publican and farmer, Straw
O'Neill, Frank, farmer
O'Neill, Henry, J.P., pork merchant and farmer
O'Neill, Patrick, publican

Page, ?, station master

Quinn, Thomas, publican, grocer, ship agent and farmer

Reed, James, farmer
Reed, Joseph, farmer
Robinson, Wm., carpenter
Rodger, Bernard, publican, farmer, grocer and seed merchant
Russel, Robert, blacksmith

Sergeant, Andrew, tailor
Sergeant, Annie Maria, woolen draper
Sergeant, Henry, tailor
Sergeant, H., farmer, church warden
Shannon, Charles, engine driver
Shivers, Henry, labourer
Sinclair, James, J.P., farmer and mill owner
Sinclair, Josias, farmer
Smith, Jas., farmer and grazier, Cockhill House
Smith, John, farmer

Taylor, Eliza, seamstress
Timoney, Frank, car owner 
Timoney, John, publican
Toner, Michael, publican and grocer
Trainor, James, fowl dealer
Trolan, Bridget, seamstress
Trollan, Henry, farmer

Waters, Brigade-Surgeon, J.P., farmer 
Wilson, Mrs. A., publican and grocer
Wilson, Mrs. M., dress maker
Wright, Thomas, boot and shoe maker


Formerly styled Annsborough, in compliment to a member of the Downshire family, is a neat village, situate on the western bank of the River Lagan, and about three miles distant from the base of Slieve Croob, whence the river takes its rise.  Dromara, which is distant from Belfast about sixteen Irish miles, and on the leading road from that town to Rathfriland, contains about forty-three houses.  The public buildings consist of the Episcopalian, Presbyterian and Covenanting Churches, the Dispensary House, Courthouse, Orange Hall, and Markethouse, which was built years ago at the sole expense of the lord of the soil, the Marquis of Downshire.  The markets in Dromara are now held on Tuesdays, and the fairs, which are generally well attended, are held on the first Friday in the months of February, May, August and November; also on the first Friday after the 15th day of the months of March, June, September and December.  Petty Sessions are held on the third Monday each month.  The population in 1891 was 171

Post Office - Postmaster, Robert H. Sterling.
Church of Ireland - Rev. W. F. Wilkinson, rector
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. W. G. Glasgow, M.A.
Second Presbyterian Church - Rev. John Logan, M.A., LL.D.
Covenanting Church - Rev. Torrens Boyd
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Daniel Mallon, P.P.; Rev. ?, Burns, C.C.
National Schools - Teachers - Artana, John Creighton and Miss Latimer; Carnew. G. Gamble; Dromara, H. Scott; Dree, J. Bell; Dromara, Mrs. A. E. Scott; Ballykell, S. Crawford; Finnis, Patk. Byrne; Gransha, C. H. Adams; Muninabane, Patrick Conway
Constabulary - Acting-Sergeant, Andw. Boles; constables, Peter Jordan, John Galbraith, and J. McKeown


Adams, Hery, farmer, Slavenaboley (Henry)
Alexander, J., farmer, Ballykeel
Atcheson, Thomas J., spirit grocer, Gransha

Bailie, M., farmer, Moybrick
Barr, Samuel, boot maker, farmer
Barr, Samuel, boot maker, farmer and C.B.O.
Begney, Mrs. McCashin, grocer, butter and egg merchant and farmer
Bell, Joseph, farmer, Artana
Bell, Samuel, fowl dealer
Black, Thomas, farmer, Mullaghdrin
Bond, Robert, farmer, Gransha
Bothwell, Arthur, carpenter and undertaker
Boyd, Rev. Torrens, The Manse

Campbell, D. C., medical officer of dispensary
Campbell, James, farmer, Begney
Campbell, John, woollen draper and farmer
Campbell, Mrs., farmer
Chambers, J., grocer and farmer, Ballykeel
Chapman, John, power loom factory, Glen
Corbett, William J., farmer, Aughnaskeagh
Corry, William, farmer, post office, Ballykeel
Crawford, Samuel, N. T., Ballykeel
Cunningham, William,  refreshment and lodgings and posting

Dennison, Hugh, ex-teacher, newsagent and farmer
Doake, Dr., Kinallen
Dodd, James, J.P., Woodford, Dromara
Dodd, Robert, farmer, Woodford, Dromara
Douglas, Samuel, grocer, farmer and post office, Gransha
Doyle, Arthur, farmer, Moybrick
Doyle, James, farmer, Gransha

Ervin, S. J., farmer

Forsythe, James, farmer, Finnis

Gamble, Anne Jane, grocer
Gamble, George, farmer, Moybrick
Gamble, Henry, spirit dealer
Gamble, Robert, Glen Cottage, Carnew, Gransha
Gregg, Henry, Ash Vale

Hamilton, James, farmer
Hart, Wm., grocer, farmer and mill owner
Henning, Hugh, farmer, Carnew
Henning, Robt. J., farmer, Carnew
Henning, Wm., farmer, Carnew

Jass, James, boot maker
Jones, Hugh, farmer
Jones, J. H., grocer and farmer, Aughnaskeagh

Kelly, Wm., grocer and farmer, Carnew
Keown, Robert, boot and shoe maker
King, James, spirit dealer and grocer

Logan, Rev. Dr., The Manse
Lowry, Wm., farmer, Finnis

Mallon, Mrs., haberdasher, grocer spirit dealer and farmer
Martin, John, farmer, Aughnaskeagh
Martin, Joseph, farmer, Finnis
Maxwell, John, blacksmith, Finnis
Maxwell, Miss, dress maker
Meeke, Wm. B., Carnew Cottage
Mercer, Mark, farmer, Mybrick (Moybrick)
Mol, Simon, flax expert
Moore, James, grocer, Moybrick
Moore, Mary Anne, dress & mantle maker, Moybrick, Dromara

McCalla, William, farmer
McCann, John, spirit dealer and farmer
McCartan, Michael, J.P., Crossgar House
McCauley, D. S., grocer and farmer
McCauley, William G., farmer, Carnew House
McCloy, John, farmer
McCrory, Hugh, farmer
McEvoy, Hugh, grocer
McGriggor, Samuel, grocer and farmer
McKenny, J., P.L.G., farmer, Drinn

Nesbitt, Wm., tow dealer
Nicholson, James, farmer
Nicholson, John, farmer

O'Neill, Bernard, spirit dealer and farmer

Patterson, J. C., farmer, Aughnaskeagh
Patterson, Wm., farmer, Finnis

Redmond Brothers, grocers and farmers, Gransha
Rogan, Patrick, spirit dealer and flesher
Rogers, Miss E. R., dress maker, Derryvale
Rogers, R., P.L.G., farmer, Derry

Scott, Henry, teacher
Shevlin, Patk., spirit dealer and grocer
Skelly, John, farmer
Skelly, Mrs., farmer, Marybrook, Dromara
Sommerville, Miss, ex-teacher, Dromara
Sommerville, J., grocer
Stafford, John, shoe maker, Dromara
Steele, Thomas, tailor, Dromara
Sterling, Robert H., postmaster, clock and watch maker
Stewart, R., grocer, farmer and mill owner
Stuart, J., hem stitching factory, Dromara

Taylor, Moses, Larch Hill
Thompson, John, grocer, Slavenaboley

Ward, Miss, grocer, Finnis
Waugh, George, J.P., Scion Hill
Welsh, Jackson, blacksmith
Wilkinson, Rev. W. F., Rectory, Dromara
Wilson, John, carpenter
Wilson, Wm., spirit dealer, farmer, Kinallen


A market town in the County Down, fourteen miles distant from Belfast, seated on the River Lagan, and on the road from Belfast to Dublin.  The town is improved much, and is gradually being extended.  There are three factories, which give employment to a large number of hands; and one flax and two corn mills, which also import labour within the town boundary.  The bleach mill and bleaching lands adjoining, besides Percy Lodge, has been recently purchased by Messrs. Murphy & Stevenson, Limited, of Belfast and Lurgan, out of the Court of Chancery, and these gentlemen have built on the large field, commonly known as the Holme, a large weaving factory and a number of dwelling houses, and from a distance looks like a village or small town.  The factory is being fitted up with looms for weaving linen fabrics, and is capable of holding 400 to 500 looms, with necessary offices and stores.  The building was carried out by Messrs. H. & J. Martin, of Belfast, and will be lighted by electric light throughout; in fact, a small village of comfortable dwellings has been erected in close proximity to the factory, to accommodate the workers.  This town is rapidly improving both in buildings and population.  Mr. William Cowan Heron has contracted with Mr. Lilburn for a field adjoining the First Presbyterian Church, and at his own expense has built a cottage hospital for the benefit of the people of the town and neighbourhood.  The Cottage Hospital has been handed over to a committee, and is under the superintendence of a matron.  There are at the present time some British Transvaal soldiers, who have been wounded in the South African campaign, occupying the greater part of the building.  This is not the first benevolent act this gentleman has given to the people of Dromore, as only a short time ago he presented the inhabitants with a turret clock, which he placed on the new Town Hall, besides rebuilding a schoolhouse, and also building a teachers' residence in a townland near to Dromore.  The markets in Dromore are rapidly increasing, and there is always a fair attendance of buyers for farm products.  The Parish or Cathedral Church has undergone various repairs and has been lately much improved.  Mr. William Gibson, of Castle Place, Belfast, erected a splendid turret clock on the Cathedral tower at his own expense, and made it a gift to the people of that body, it being in the neighbourhood of where Mr. Gibson was born.  The Cathedral has  now been enlarged, taking in the vacant space between the tower and north aisle, which will enhance its appearance, besides giving more sittings, which were very much required.  The addition will cost over 1,500.  The present energetic rector, Canon Harding, is making every effort to raise the required amount necessary to defray the expenditure of enlargement.  The church derives its peculiar interest from having been erected by the great and good bishop the celebrated Jeremy Taylor, and contains his remains as well as those of the late Bishops Percy, Rust, Digby and Wiseman.  The old walls surrounding the graveyard have been completely pulled down, and a good railing fixed in Scotch freestone; a good selection of choice evergreens, beautifully planted within the railing, gives the edifice a very good appearance, and improves that portion of the town.  A number of old cabins facing the wall have been pulled down, and comfortable houses erected in their stead.  The late Episcopal residence adjoins the town, and was built in the time of Bishop Beresford, and the trees around it were planted by Bishop Percy.  In this house resided the several bishops of the diocese up to 1843, when, at the death of Bishop Saurin, the diocese was annexed to Down and Connor, and the See House, now vacant, was recently in the hands of a number of Roman Catholic clergymen, by whom the once Episcopal residence was styled "Loyola House."  Since those gentlemen left the house it is it the hands of the caretaker.  The other churches in Dromore are two Presbyterian, one Methodist, one Covenanting, one Unitarian, and one Roman Catholic.  On the Hillsborough Road and adjoining the town neat villas have and are being erected, enhancing this portion of the town.  Fairs are held monthly, on the last Saturday in March, 12th May, first Saturday in August, 10th October, and the last Saturday but one previous to Christmas.  There is a market held on Saturday and Wednesday in each week, the latter day being principally for oats, grass-seed, and fowl.  Population in 1891 was 2,359

Post Office, Church Street
Gas Company - J. McCracken, manager; Wm. Preston, secretary


The Cathedral - Bishop, Right Rev. Thomas Welland, D.D.; dean, Very Rev. Abraham Dawson, A.M.; archdeacon, Ven. Charles Watson, B.D.; treasurer, Canon Grierson, A.M.; precentor, Canon Barker; Chancellor and Rector, G. A. Stephenson, LL.D.; curate, Rev. John D. Morrow, B.A.; organist, Henry W. Hall; sexton, Wm. Guiney
Presbyterian Church - First, Rev. J. K. Strain, LL.D.; Second, Rev. Jas. Rentoul, M.A.
Wesleyan Church - Rev. John Johnston
Unitarian Church - Rev. Alfred Davison
Covenanting Church - Rev. Terence Boyd
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Monsignor W. McCartin, and Rev. P. J. McAvoy, curate
Independent Order of Good Templars, Pride of Down Lodge, No. 199 - Jos. Kerr, C.T.; John A. McClughan, P.C.T.; Miss J. Cunningham, secretary


Northern Banking Company, Church Street - James Lawson, manager; John Smith, cashier
Railway - The Great Northern Railway Company (Ireland), James Irvine, station master
Petty Sessions are held on fourth Tuesday of each month; magistrates attending - Thos. Harrison, J.P.; M. Weir, J. R. Minnis, J. Moore, G. M. Vaughan, T. D. Gibson, R.M.; Geo. Brush, J.P.; Francis McKee, M.D., J.P.; William Cowan Heron, J.P.; Robert Taylor, J.P.; David Duncan, clerk. Districts - Dromore and Dromara
Solicitors attending - John F. Mulligan, Belfast; F. W. McWilliams, Hugh Hayes, Lurgan; Messrs. Moorehead & Wood, Belfast; Robert Wallace.  Solicitor's resident - T. B. Wallace, Wm. Baxter, and A. F. Wright
District Inspector of Constabulary - E. M. Clayton.  Sergeant - Jas. McCawley
Process Server - James Hunt
Summons Server - John Magill


Allen, David, spirit dealer
Arlow, Mrs., milliner and dress maker

Baird, John A., clerk
Baird, Joseph, clerk of markets
Bennett, James, mechanic
Bennett, Wm., saddler, etc.
Boyce, John, spirit dealer
Bradford, Wm. J., sheriff's officer and bill poster
Bradshaw, J. & J., grocers, etc.
Burns, James, spirit dealer
Burns, Matilda, grocer and spirit dealer
Burns & Prentice, contractors and builders

Campbell, The Misses, dress and mantle makers, Lower Mount Street
Carlisle, James, M.D.
Carrothers, S. R. M.
Castle Bros., drapers and outfitters
Castles, George, boot and leather merchant
Caulfield, John, grocer and spirit merchant
Chambers, J., grocer, hardware and spirit dealer
Clarke, Agnes, spirit dealer
Cowden, W. J., M.D.
Craig, Ann, confectioner and entertainment

Davidson, Samuel, baker and grocer
Dawson, Mary, spirit dealer and posting establishment
Derby & Son, grocers, etc
Dickson & Co., drapers and outfitters
Doake, J. A., Percy Lodge, factory manager
Dowie, Wm., grocer and provision merchant and coal merchant
Dunbar & McMaster, grocers, etc
Dunwoody, Jas., carpenter and builder

Edgar, Mrs., woollen draper and haberdashery
Ellison, John, carpenter and furniture dealer
English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agents, John Mulligan, Bridge Street; Henry E. Monteith

Ferris, Thomas, spirit dealer and posting establishment
Ferris, Thomas, Wellington Hotel
Finch, Mrs., milliner
Fulton, John, reed maker

Graham, John, Lagan Mills
Graham, John, contractor

Hamilton, John, manager hemstitching and veining factory,
Hamilton, John, & Co., sewing agents and finishers
Hare, William, saddle and harness maker
Harrison, John, J.P., Meeting Street
Haskins, James, bill poster
Hazlett, Robert, watch maker
Henderson, A., Mount Ida
Henderson, J., Mount Ida
Herron, David, woollen draper
Hill, James, posting establishment
Hobart, George, Lagan Lodge
Hobart, Henry, architect, Lagan Lodge
Huston, John, ex-sergeant R.I.C.
Hutchinson, Wm. Jas., factory manager

Jackson, James, tailor and cutter
Jardine, Miss, Clanmurry
Jardine, Mrs., general merchant
Jardine, Wm., & Co., hemstitchers and finishers
Jelly, Andrew, woollen draper and tailor
Johnston, Hugh, draper, etc
Johnston, John, fowl dealer

Kennedy, The Misses, milliners
Kilpatrick, Samuel, hair dresser
Kirk, Mrs., linen finisher and beetle engines

Ledgett, Hugh, butcher
Lilburn, Wm., Watson's Villas
Lilly, Anthony, sheriff's officer

Mallagh, James, baker and flour merchant
Martin, John E., grocer
Martin, Joseph, grocer, etc
Martin, Robert, The Grove
Mercer, James, woollen draper
Minnis, Carley, Mossvale
Minnis, Edward, Greenmount
Minnis, John R., J.P., linen manufacturer
Mitchell, David, carpenter and contractor
Mulligan, John, Old Castle
Murphy, John, coal merchant

McCandless, R. B., grocer, Meeting Street
McCarriston, John, grocer
McCarten, Very Rev. Monsignor, P.P., Parochial House
McCarthy, John, temperance dining rooms
McCaw, James, school teacher
McCay, Wm., saddler
McClelland, George, Quilly Lodge
McClughan & Melvey, sewing agents, etc.
McCrea, James P., grocer, etc.
McCrory, J., painter and lodging house keeper
McDade, Elizabeth, spirit dealer
McDade, James, Gallows Street
McDade, Mrs. C., The Square
Mc Fadden, Samuel, farrier and blacksmith
McGeown, Joseph, boot and shoe maker
McGrady, Patrick, grocer and spirit dealer
McIlroy, Annie, entertainment
McKaig, Robert, tailor
McKee, Francis, M.B., J.P.
McKitterick, Archibald, hotel manager
McMeekan, A. J. N., spirit dealer
McMurray, Wm., M.R.C.V.S.
McNally, Alex., mechanic

Napier, Wm. John, Commercial and Crown Hotels
Nelson, John, pawnbroker and woollen draper

O'Hanlon, P. E., grocer and provision merchant

Pantridge, Isaac, carpenter and coach builder
Parks, Joseph, barber and hairdresser
Phoenix Fire Office - John Mulligan, Bridge Street
Porter, Jas., leather merchant, etc.
Preston, Francis, sewing machine agent
Preston, George, & Son, auctioneers, valuers and agents
Preston, Wm., estate agent and commissioner for affidavits
Price, Henry, painter, glazier, etc.

Sherrard, Andrew, butter and egg merchant
Smyth, Wm., coal merchant
Smyth, William, V.S., M.R.C.V.S.
Spence, Robt., & Co., sewing agent and manufacturer
Stewart, Jas., grocer, etc.
Stewart, Samuel, grocer
Strain, Rev. J. K., The Manse

Vaughan, George M., J.P., Quilly House

Wallace, R. S., Hardware and Seed Merchant
Wallace, T. B., Solicitor, Church Street
Walsh, Christopher, hotel manager
Ward, Josiah, spirit merchant
Watson, Adam, grocer and provision dealer
Watson, Arthur, boot and leather merchant
Watson, Arthur, woollen draper and haberdasher
Watson, H., posting establishment
Watson, John, auctioneer, valuer, house and land agent, land surveyor and commissioner for affidavits
Watson, John, Bann Hill
Watson, Miss, stationer and newsagent
Watson, Robert, spirit merchant
Watson, Wm., coal merchant and farmer
Watson, Wm., posting establishment and spirit dealer
Waugh, George, B.L., J.P., Scion Hill
Weir, Joseph, Church Street
Weir, Marshall, J.P., surgeon, medical officer, F.R.C.S.L.
Wilkinson, J., boot maker and leather merchant
Wilkinson, R., coach builder
Wilson, Margaret, dress maker
Wilson, Miss, dress maker
Wright, Alfred Fielding, solicitor, commission of oaths, Watson's Villas

Young, Robert, practical watch maker and jeweller


Alexander, John, Ballykeel
Agnew, Robert, Coolsallogh
Armstrong, Robert, Coolsallogh

Baxter, Chas., Clanmurray
Beck, John M., Drumillar
Beck, Samuel, Ballysallogh

Corbet, Hugh, Drumillar
Coulter, Hamilton, Marabeg
Crookshanks, Wm., Ballyvicknakelly

Dolloughan, S. J., Marabeg
Dolloughan, W. J., Islanderry

English, Robert, Ballaney

Fitzsimmons, David, Greenan

Gibson, Allen, Ballymacormick
Gibson, John, Drumbroneth
Graham, James, Carnew
Gribben, Anthony, Ballysallogh
Guiney, Robert, Ballynaris

Hamilton, James, Grove Hill
Henderson, A., Mount Ida
Hull, Wm., Edenordnary

Jameson, Alexander, Ballysallagh
Jameson, W. H., Fair View

Kelly, Alexander, Tullendoney

Mackey, R. H., Ballaney
Magee, James, Ballaney
Martin, Alexander, Backnamullogh
Martin, Mrs., Diamond View, Skeogh
Martin, Wm. John, The Wood
Mercer, George, Gallows Street
Mercer, John, Ballynaris
Mercer, Wm. John, Park View
Mills, John, Ballynaris
Mills, John, Ballymacormick
Mills, Robert, Drumbroneth
Moore, Hercules, Ballynaris
Moorhead, Wm., Larch Hill

McCrory, James, Enogh
McMurray, Robert, Garvaghy

Ogle, J., Edenordnary

Pantridge, Andrew, Backnamullagh
Patterson, John, Lisbellycurran (Listullycurran in 1907)
Poots, Adam, Ballynaris
Poots, Robert, Magherabeg

Shannon, Alex., Dunnanocken
Shannon, James, Edenbullick
Shannon, Joseph, Edentrillick
Shaw, J., Backnamullogh
Strong, Joseph, Tullyglush

Taylor, Moses, Larch Hill
Thompson, Robert, Listullycurran

Watson, James, Magherabeg
Watson, William, Ballaney
Watson, William, Ballyvicknakelly
Watson, Hugh, Ballyvicknakelly


This is a good fair and market town, situate one mile from Dromore Road Station on the Great Northern Railway, and is seven miles from Omagh.  Mr. C. McCormac's cars attend all passenger trains at the railway station.  The market is held on each Monday, and the fair on the 17th of each month.  The population in 1891 was 641.  The religious edifices are - the Church of Ireland, Presbyterian Church, and Roman Catholic Chapel.  There is a branch of the Ulster Bank in the town, a Post Office, a Police Barrack, a Courthouse, and two Hotels.  Petty Sessions are held on the first Wednesday of each month, and are usually attended by the following magistrates:- Major Robert S. Hamilton, Messrs. George J. Dogherty, J.P.; Wm. Buchanan, Fred. A. Guy, and John McNulty.  A creamery has been erected within the last year, which will be a great boon to the farmers in the district.

Clergymen - Church of Ireland, Rev. J. A. Davis, rector.  Presbyterian - Rev. W. J. McFarland.  Roman Catholic Chapel - Very Rev. Edward Canon McKenna, and Rev. M. Maguire
Bank - Ulster Bank Ltd. - George McCracken, manager; James Neill, cashier
Constabulary - Sergeant, Jeremiah Daly; Constables Hamilton, Devin, McGowan, and Fane
Dispensary Medical Officer - James Hamilton, M.D.
Loan Fund - J. Dogherty, treasurer; James Shelly, clerk
Post Office - Mrs. McCusker, postmistress
Petty Sessions - John H. Alexander, clerk


Auctioneers - Alexander Osborne, J. Campbell
Bakers - James O'Reilly, James O'Brien
Boot and Shoe Warehouses - Thos. Alexander, John Campbell, Thomas O'Gorman, James O'Brien, Wm. Woods, Hugh J. Guy
Butcher - Thomas Hughes
Drapers - Thos. Alexander, John Campbell, Peter Gallagher, Edward McManus, Miss McNabb, P. Curran, Hugh J. Guy
Dress Makers - Thos. Alexander, John Campbell, Miss Smyth, Miss McNabb, Miss O'Brine
Egg and Butter Merchants - Nahor Meenan, John Campbell, George McLaughlin, Stewart Brothers
Grocers - John H. Alexander, Joseph Gilmour, J. McGlinchy, Thomas O'Gorman, Stewart Brothers, Hugh McCann, Joseph Slevin, Mrs. Cusker, James O'Reilly, George J. Dogherty, Jas. McNulty, Edward Monaghan, Hugh McDermott, Nahor Meenan, James O'Brien, John Campbell, Mrs. Duncan, Hugh J. Guy
Hardware etc. - Jos. Gilmore, J. McGlinchey, Thomas Gorman, Wm. Woods, Hugh J. Guy
Hotels - Railway, Nahor Meenan; Hibernian, Hugh McCann
Newsagents - Joseph Scott, Thos. O'Gorman, Wm. Woods
Post car Owners - John Gilmore, J. Slevin, Hugh McCann, James O'Brien, John McGee, and C. McCormac
Seed Merchants - Thomas Alexander, Thomas O'Gorman, Nahor Meenan, Hugh McDermott, John Stewart
Spirit Dealers - Wm. Crosbie, Patk. McNulty, T. McGrath, T. O'Gorman, Hugh McCann, Mary Slevin, H. McDermott, Patrick McClinchy, Patrick O'Reilly, Edward Monaghan, Nahor Meenan, Hugh McCann, M. Cairns, ? Coulter
Timber Merchants - Joseph Gilmour, Hugh J. Guy


Alcorn, Samuel, J.P., Ashbrook
Alexander, Joseph, Shildrum
Blaney, David, Oughterard
Buchanan, W. J., J.P., Aughih (Aughlish in 1907)
Doak, David, Dernasier
Guy, Frederick A., J.P., Drumlish
Henderson, Matthew, Aughie
McMullin, William, Shaneragh
McNulty, Charles, Knockravin
McNulty, John, J.P., Knockravin
Owens, Charles
Patterson, Alex., Knockravin
Scott, Joseph, Cranny
Smyth, James, Drumskinney
Whaley, James, Shaneragh


Drumquin is situated in the parish of Langfield, barony of West Omagh, County Tyrone.  It lies about seven miles from Omagh, five from Baronscourt, and is nearly enclosed on all sides by hills of considerable elevation.  Its original form is "Druim Chuinn" - ie., "Conns Ridge" - which probably indicates its relation in early times to some of the chiefs of the Royal race of Ulster, and more especially of Tyrone.  Langfield is derived from "Leamh Choill," signifying "Elm Wood."  Drumquin is mentioned in Irish history so early as the thirteenth century, having been burned by the Irish under the command of Hugh O'Neill, or O'Hegney, in the year 1211.  After the burning of Drumquin these chiefs proceeded against two castles newly built by the English, one at Clones and one on the shores of Lough Erne, and demolished them.  Geographical relation makes it fairly probable that the site of the ancient and modern villages are the same.  Not far from the village are the ruins of "Kirlish Castle," a memorial of the Plantation under James I., built by Sir John Davis, Attorney-General, about 1610, in fulfillment of conditions of a grant of 2,000 acres.  John Wesley mentions preaching at Kirlish "Lodge" in 1787, then occupied by Alexander Boyle, and he appears to have preached in Drumquin in 1771 on a fair day.  The old parish burying ground, about a mile from the village, is a spot of deep historic interest.  The church evidently dates from the Plantation times already mentioned, the first rector of the parish being Rev. James Bunter, who held it - conjointly with another parish - from 1618 till 1661.  It was then called "Lamfyll."  But there are good reasons for assigning a still higher antiquity to the burying ground.  Within its precincts are numerous memorials of deep interest.  On many of the stones may be seen the names of descendants of the great native princes, and the "Red Hand" of Ulster, the emblem of their courage and power.  In all probability, too, Lord Audley, Earl of Castlehaven, and father-in-law of Sir Wm. Davis, is here interred, as we read he died at Drumquin in 1616.  The neighbourhood abounds in building materials of all kinds, and seams of coal frequently occur in the sandstones of the western side of the parish.  In the last century and during the existence of the old mail coach service Drumquin was a place of considerable traffic.  Within the last few years it has been greatly improved - old houses have been rebuilt, and some new ones added.  As regards general appearance and shops, it will compare favourably with any village in Ulster.  The population in 1891 was 249.  It has a weekly market on Thursdays for butter, eggs, poultry, and other farm produce, and a monthly fair on the last Thursday in each month, which is well known over the North and West

Post Office - Telegraph, money order, and savings bank - Edward Wood, postmaster


Church of Ireland - Lower Longfield, Rev. T. L. F. Stack, B.D.; Upper Longfield, Rev. H. L. Kennedy, A.B.
Presbyterian - Rev. David Marshall, B.A.
Methodist - Rev. James Dickson, Newtownstewart
Roman Catholic - Rev. Charles Kelly, P.P.; Rev. Patrick McKeefry, C.C.
National School - Drumquin, James Keown, Miss Reid
Dispensary Medical Officers - Omagh Union, Alexander Love; Castlederg Union, Robert Mowbray, M.D., M.S., Q.U.I.
Dispensaries open on Tuesday and Friday from 10 to 12 o'clock
Loan Fund - Open on Tuesday and Thursdays - clerk, Andrew Moffatt; assistant, Jas. H. Nethery
Royal Irish Constabulary - Thomas Curneen, sergeant


Boyd, Thomas, grocer and ironmonger
Boyle, Frederick, blacksmith
Bradley, Jane, grocer and draper

Campbell, Archibald, carpenter
Campbell, Mary, draper and publican
Condy, James, jun., grocer
Condy, James, draper and grocer
Cunningham, Davis, grocer

Davis, John, grocer
Dolan, Francis, grocer, boot and shoe maker
Doyle, Margaret, grocer and publican
Duncan, Andrew, grocer and publican

Gormley, Peter, grocer and baker
Gormley, Peter, jun., grocer

Hamilton, Gilbert, mason

Johnston, Wm., J.P., Killen

Little, John, cooper
Love, Alexander, M.D.

McBrearty, Patrick, butter merchant
McBride, Charles, grocer and egg merchant
McNena, the Misses, milliners, etc.
McNena, Stephen, grocer and publican
McQuaide, Mary Anne, grocer
McSwiggan, Samuel, grocer and publican

Nethery, Andrew, J.P., Magherniney

O'Hara, Francis, grocer and provision merchant
O'Kane, Michael, J.P., grocer
O'Kane, Patrick, publican, grocer and hardware merchant
O'Kane, William, publican, grocer, and dealer in agricultural manures

Phillips, Elizabeth, publican and grocer

Sheridan, Michael, carpenter and grocer
Sheridan, J., tailor
Smiley, Joseph, boot and shoe maker

Winters, John, grocer, draper and tailor
Wood, Edward, grocer, provision and leather merchant and general draper


A flourishing seaport town in the County of Down, about twenty-two miles from Belfast, seven from Downpatrick, and three from Newcastle, situate on the shore of the inner Bay of Dundrum.  There is a fine commodious hotel, erected by the third Marquis of Downshire, whose family has since done much to improve the town.  It is much resorted to during the summer season by visitors.  The temperature is mild, being shut in from the open sea by picturesque sand hills of Murlough, covered with every variety of blooming heather and wild rose, and on which the beautiful marine residence of Lord Downshire is situated.  On an eminence above the town are the fine ruins of the old castle, supposed to have been built by Sir John De Courcy.  There has been recently erected by the present Marquis of Downshire a magnificent church, St. Donard, as a memorial to his father, in which Sunday afternoon Divine Service is held, the Parish Church (Kilmegan) being a mile distant.  There are two schools under the National Board.  Convenient to Dundrum is the magnificent house and demesne of Mr. George Allen, J.P., called Mountpanther, and the beautiful residence (Ardilea) of W. F. James.  The harbour is safe, thoroughly equipped with steam cranes, and well sheltered.  A coal steamer plys regularly twice a week to English and Scotch ports, associated with a number of sailing vessels.  An extensive import trade exists in coal, timber, slates, cement, patent manures, etc., etc.; and exports consist of granite setts, native timber, grain, potatoes, cattle, etc.  A flourishing market is held on Saturday for eggs, fowl and pork.

Post Office - Mrs. Robinson, postmistress
Coastguard Station - A chief boatman and three coastguards
Police Barracks - An acting sergeant and three constables


Church of Ireland - St. Donard's Church, Rev. Robert Ford, rector
Methodist Church - Rev. Jas. Linahan, Methodist Manse
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. O'Hara, P.P.


Allen, George, J.P., Mountpanther
Archibald, Miss

Blackwood, David, wine and spirit dealer
Bready, Michael, general merchant, Government portal inspector, income-tax collector and Northern assurance agent

Cochrane, James, flour and grain merchant
Connor, Elias, sand merchant
Connor, Henry, foreman unloading steamers
Craig, Mrs., Dundrum
Craig, W. J., station master

Dove, Joseph Scott, clerk in the East Downshire Steamship Company's office
Downshire, Marquis of, Murlough House

East Downshire Steamship Company Ltd., coal importers sawmills and slate yard

Finnegan, George, sea captain

Gracey, Miss, Dundrum House
Graham, H. A., delf and fancy warehouse
Graham, Thomas H., farmer
Green, Francis

Hazard, James, saddler
Henesy, E. G., J.P., managing director East Downshire Steamship Company
Hill, Mrs., grocer and draper

Johnston, Robert, carpenter and builder
Johnston, publican

Kidd, Wm. John, smith

Lewis, William

Magee, Mrs., Commercial Hotel
Maitland, G., sub-agent on the Downshire estate
Mee, Sergeant, R.I.C.
Moore, Alex., Downshire Arms Hotel

McCann, Mrs., grocer, spirit dealer and ship owner
McCann, Thomas, publican
McClement, Miss, Dundrum
McCreight, Miss Isabella, The Lodge
McIlroy, Hugh, bath keeper
McIlroy, Mrs., grocer and drapery warehouse; agent for "Belfast News-Letter", "Belfast Weekly News" and "Belfast Evening Telegraph"
McMullan, John, boarding and lodging house

Napier, Rev. Wm., Clough Unitarian Church
Nelson, Hugh, lodging house keeper

Pigott, Wm. Jackson, Manor House
Prey, John, boot and shoe maker
Purdy, Miss

Quinn, Wm., mechanical engineer and grocer

Redmond, George, sand merchant
Ridges, Robert, agent Fennell & Co., Flour Stores
Robinson, Mrs., postmistress
Roberts, L. H., teacher of the Downshire N.S.
Rooney, Hugh C.

Savage, Mary, spirit grocer
Shaw, Charles, boot and shoe maker
Smith, Wm., public weigh master
Smyth, David, flour, grain and potato merchant
Smyth, Michael, ex-R.I.C.

Taylor, Richard, carter
Torney, James, N.S. teacher
Trainor, Wm., tailor


Is a neat little post town and seaside resort in the Parish of Clondahorkey, County Donegal, 17 miles N.W. of Letterkenny.  It is situated on a creek or inlet of Sheephaven Bay.  Is lighted by acetylene gas, the form in which a grateful tenantry erected a memorial to the late Edmund Murphy, who was for many years agent to the Ards Estates.  There is a pier at which coasting vessels of small tonnage can unload at spring tides.  Considerable quantities of herring and mackerel are caught during the season; also cod, ling, haddock, fluke, whiting and lobster; but, owing to the want of a railway or other means of transit, the prices realised are small.  There are quarries at Ballymore, from which a very fair description of marble can be obtained; and white quartz sand, of very fine quality, exists in large quantities on the side of Muckish Mountain.  The beautiful cliff and mountain scenery in the neighbourhood attracts many visitors during the season.  Bathing can be indulged in at all states of the tide.  The strand is one of the largest and safest in the Kingdom, and visitors will find it the healthiest and most desirable resort to be had on our coasts.  A few miles from the town are the famous Horn Head Cliffs, 800 feet high, the annual breeding place of countless numbers of sea birds.  Two miles distant is McSwyne's Gun, a sea cavern, through an opening in the roof of which during storms immense clouds of spray are forced.  Templebreaga Arch and Poll Dhu are also objects of great interest.  A Golf Club has lately been formed, and very fine Links laid out adjacent to the town.  The Presbyterian Church, situated at the entrance of the town, is a beautiful building, the spire and facings being built of the native marble.  The Episcopalians have also a church and handsome parsonage.  A Roman Catholic Chapel is erected on a commanding site convenient to the town.  There is a Workhouse close to the town.  In the Market Square is a handsome Courthouse, built by the late Mr. A. R. Stewart, of Ards.  There are two National Schools.  There are excellent waterworks supplying the town,  The water is conveyed to the town from a reservoir about a mile and a half distant.  There is a weekly market for oats and potatoes on Saturday.  There is daily communication with Letterkenny by means of a mail car, and also a two horse van.  Petty Sessions are held on each alternate Saturday, and the Board of Guardians meet every Saturday, Chairman, H. A. Law.  District Council, Chairman, Wm. Griffith.  Population in 1891 was 525

Post Office - Miss S. J. Nixon, postmistress
Magistrates who attend at Petty Sessions - C. F. Stewart, Joseph Kilbride, R.M.; Hugh A. Law, Thos. Curran, M.P.; John McVeigh, J. H. B. Murphy, M. P. Murphy, John Olphert, and Andrew Wilkinson
Clerk of Petty Sessions - Thomas A. Ingram


Church of Ireland (Trinity Church, Dunfanaghy) - Rev. John Brodie, A.M., incumbent
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Wm. Kane, B.A.
Roman Catholic - Rev. Hugh Devine, P.P.; Rev. J. McGinley, C.C.


Belfast Bank - James Gracey, manager
National School - No. 1, Vacant.  No. 2, Edward Boyle, teacher
Dunfanaghy Poor-Law Union - Clerk, William Henderson; master, Manus Doogan; matron, Martha Lindsay; medical officer, Augustus W. Tabuteau, M.D., J.P.


Alcorn, Augustus, farmer, Horn Head

Baird, Andw., grocer, Cashelmore
Brodie, Rev. John, The Rectory
Brownrigg, H. G., district inspector

Cox, Chas.
Crawford, Rev. Jas., Ards

Daly, P., ex-head-constable
Diver, James, contractor
Duffy, John, road contractor

English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire Offices - Agent, James K. Henderson

Forrest, John, farmer, Creenasmear
Friel, Jas., farmer
Friel, Neal, shoe maker
Furey, James, tailor

Gallagher, Denis, carter
Gallagher, Frank, coachman
Gallagher, Pat., draper
Gracey, James, Belfast Bank
Greer, Charles, fish dealer
Greer, George, fisherman
Greer, Tom, fisherman
Griffith, Major, V.S.
Griffith, Miss
Griffith, Rev. W. S., Ardnadrean
Griffith, Wm., J.P., farmer, Currowcannon

Harkin, Rose, merchant, Massinass
Hay, John, postman
Henderson, Sam., farmer, Myroe
Henderson, Wm., clerk of union
Henderson, William, farmer, Myroe
Hogg, Matthew, hotel keeper
Houston, John, van driver
Humfrey, Colonel, Portnabla Cottage

Ingram, T. A., clerk of petty sessions
Irvine, James, farmer, Dunfanaghy
Irvine, John, grocer

Kelso, J. D., merchant
Kilbride, J., Resident Magistrate
King, Matthew, butcher

Lafferty, Charles, draper
Lafferty, Edward, farmer, Fanyher (Faugher in 1907)
Law, H. A., J.P., Marble Hill

Mahon, Chas., farmer, Myroe
Minchin, H., ex-head-constable
Moffitt, Frances, draper
Moffitt, John, shoe maker
Moffitt, Joshua, rate collector, Ballymore
Moore, Mrs. John
Moore, Richard, carpenter
Murphy, J. H. B., J.P., St. Patrick's, estate agent
Murphy, M. P.
Murphy, Miss

McCullagh, John, tailor
McElhinney, Mrs., farmer, Rinclevin
McGee, Dan., saddler
McGinley, John, fish dealer
McGinley, Rev. J., C.C., Derryart
McIntyre, John, publican
McIntyre, Patrick, shoe maker
McKinley, Fred., farmer, Horn Head
McLean, Hugh, painter
McNulty, Edward, shop keeper
McNulty, Miss, dress maker
McVeigh, John, J.P., grocer

Nixon, The Misses, post office

Olphert, John, D.L., Ballyconnell House
O'Donnell, Edward, publican
O'Donnell, James, publican

Patterson, Robert, farmer, Rinclevin
Patterson, Thos., farmer, Myroe
Patterson, Thos., farmer, Cloonmass

Robinson, James, publican
Robinson, James, fisherman
Robinson, John, fisherman
Robinson, Robert, caretaker waterworks
Robinson, Robert, jun., fisherman
Robinson, Tom., fisherman
Robinson, William, pilot and fisherman
Rogers, J., police pensioner

Sayers, Robert, whitesmith
Sterritt, J. A., Stewart Arms Hotel
Stewart, Captain C. F,. jun, Rinclevin
Stewart, Chas., grocer, Faugher
Stewart, C. F., J.P., Horn Head
Stewart, Thos., sexton
Sutcliffe, Rev. Thos., Myra Glebe

Tabuteau, Dr. A. W., St. Helens
Tarrant, E., Head-constable R.I.C.
Taylor, J., ex-colour-sergeant
Thompson, Robert, farmer
Thompson, Thomas, farmer, Kilmachoo

Walker, Henry, land agent, Ballyconnell
Wason, James, farmer
Weir, Thomas, farmer, Rose cottage
Wilson, H. C., bank cashier


Dungannon is a municipal borough, market, and post town in County Tyrone, thirty-two miles W. by S. from Belfast.  It is situated on a beautiful hill, from which, on a clear day, may be seen with ease the fairest portion of Tyrone.  It was the seat of the O'Neills from its earliest days; and on a hill crowning the town formerly stood a castle erected by those powerful chiefs.  The ruins still remain.  Dungannon confers the title of Viscount on the family of Trevor, of Brynkinalt, near Chirk, North Wales.  The town consists of a square and four principal, with several smaller, streets.  Courts of Quarter and Petty Sessions are held regularly.  The Courthouse has a bridewell (now closed) at its rere.  The present old registry of Dungannon Church commences at 1665 - (church rebuilt in 1869) - the registry before that having been burned, and contains a few signatures of George Walker, the defender of Derry.  The other places of worship are two Presbyterian Churches, one Methodist Church, and a Roman Catholic Chapel.  The principal charities consist of Shiel's Institution, a Fever Hospital, a Dispensary, and a Union Workhouse, opened in 1841.  The College, or Royal School, one of the five regal endowments founded by Charles I. in 1628 as a Free Grammar School, and largely endowed, was opened in 1892 under the management of the Tyrone Protestant Board.  The present building was erected in 1785 by Primate Robinson, and since then was considerably enlarged.  Dungannon collieries are more than a mile from the town, and are the property of the Dungannon Collieries (Limited), who are carrying on operations on an extensive scale.  The principal buildings are the Church of Ireland, one of the handsomest in the North of Ireland; Parochial Hall, Northland Row; Roman Catholic Chapel, First Dungannon Presbyterian Church, Second Dungannon Presbyterian Church; and Methodist Church; Police Barracks, Post Office, Provincial Bank, Savings Bank, Belfast Bank.  Convent and R.C. Schools and Hall, Irish National Foresters' Hall, Orange Hall, and Free Gardeners' Hall have been erected.  Trade in grain and farm produce is the most important here.  There are dye and bleach works.  Earthenware, bricks, and tiles are manufactured in the vicinity.  There are several corn mills still at work, and a good spinning mill and weaving factory.  There are also weaving factories at Moygashel, Redford, Castlecaulfield, and Benburb, giving employment to hundreds of families.  There are branches of the Belfast Banking Company and Provincial Bank of Ireland, and a Savings Bank.  The market is held each Thursday.  One of the best grass-seed markets in the North of Ireland is held every Tuesday in the season.  The population in 1891 was 3,812

Donaghmore, two miles distant, has an ancient ecclesiastical history, St. Patrick having built a church where the old graveyard now stands, close to which, on the village street, is a fine specimen of the old Irish cross.  Governor Walker was rector of this parish at the time the Protestants were driven into Derry.  His remains are interred in the Parish Church, Castlecaulfield.  Wolfe, the author of the ode on the "Burial of Sir John Moore," and which poem was first published in the "Newry Telegraph," was curate of this parish.

Coalisland. which is situated three miles from Dungannon, and two from Stewartstown, is a place of some importance; an extensive weaving factory, a large spinning mill, flour and corn mills, and a pottery and spade manufactory are carried on near and in it, and the Ulster Canal runs through it; one of the Company's offices is in the town.  Coal is pretty extensively raised in the vicinity. A weekly market is held every Tuesday for agricultural and dairy produce, and on Friday for grain.

Post Office - M. Creighton, postmaster
Receiving Office, Scotch Street - Geo. McFerran
Stamp Office, Scotch Street - Mrs. Gray, sub-distributor
Town Commissioners - H. W. Chambre, J.P.; Henry Newell, J.P.; Chas. Knox, J. H. Black, W. Irwin, John Aiken, Fras. D. Reid, John Hardy, Thomas Fairbairn, Alexander Patterson, Robert McClean, Joseph Newell, Joseph Greene, Bernard Kelly, James McElhone, John McElvogue, Francis McElhone, John McNaney, John A. Quinn, T. K. Boardman, and G. H. Sythes
Town Clerk - Jas. M. Hamilton, College View
Coroner - John Malone, Cookstown
Seneschal - Hunt W. Chambre, J.P., Dungannon House, Dungannon
Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages - J. C. Sugars, M.D.
Constabulary Station, Market Square - W. Rollestone, D.I., James Walsh, head. con.
Literary and Scientific Rooms (R.C.), Ann Street
Church of Ireland Young Men's Christian Association, Parochial Hall - President, rev. Lewis Richards, D.D.; secretary, W. J. North
First Dungannon Young People's Guild - Secretary, T. J. Aiken; president, Rev. S. Lindsay, B.A.
Dungannon Volunteer Branch Irish National Foresters Benefit Society, No. 169, Volunteers Memorial Hall, Dungannon
White Rose Lodge No. 308, British Order of Ancient Free Gardeners (Benefit Society), Free Gardners' Hall, Dungannon - John Hardy, W.M.
Dungannon Unity Lodge No. 6I.O.G.T., Free Gardeners' Hall - H. H. Beatty, chief templar
Young Women's Christian Association - Countess of Ranfurly, patroness; Miss Simmons, hon. secretary
Courthouse - Wm. McKee, keeper
Clerk of Petty Sessions - John Smith, Castle Hill
Commissioner for Administrating Oaths in Chancery, and Commissioners of Affidavits - John Smith and Thomas Bryars
Commissioners for taking Acknowledgments of Deeds by Married Women in Ireland - Henry Russell Kelly, solicitor
Dispensary, Barrack Street - J. C. Sugars, M.D., surgeon
Excise Officer - John Wood
Supervisor - J. Stack
Gas Works, Washingford Row - R. Ross, manager
Great Northern Railway - Mr. Magee, station manager
Land Agents - Hunt W. Chambre (to the Earl of Ranfurly), Robert Newton (to Lady Adela Goff)
Dungannon Nursing Society - Mrs. Dickson, Milltown House, secretary
Masonic Hall, Thomas Street; Orange Hall, Thomas Street; Foresters' Hall, Donaghmore Road; Free Gardeners' Hall, Park View
Provident Loan Society, Coalisland
Registrar of Marriages - Alexander Patterson; deputy registrar, Thomas Bryars
Sanitary Inspector and Town Sergeant - Edward Hodgett, Perry Street
Dungannon Rifle Club - Earl of Ranfurly, president; George Greer, secretary
The Staff of the Mid-Ulster Artillery is stationed here; stores in Castle Hill; Captain J. B. Barry, adjutant; Sergeant-Major A. Patterson
Union Workhouse - 20 electoral divisions.  The Board meets every Thursday.  Hunt W. Chambre, J.P., chairman; Major R. J. Howard, vice-chairman; Isaac Kydd, deputy vice-chairman; John Boyd, clerk and returning officer; W. Twigg, M.D., medical officer
The Dungannon Colleries Company, Congo
Dungannon Cycling Club - J. Bryars, captain; R. E. Marshall, secretary
Tyrone Angling Club - R. Stevenson, J.P., president; J. M. Hamilton, secretary
Dungannon Golf Club
Billiard Rooms - Foresters' Hall (Anne Street), Anne Street Institute, Northland Arms Hotel, Ranfurly Arms Hotel
Gymnasium - Dungannon Royal School - R. E. Marshall, secretary
Dungannon Juvenile Gymnasium Class - Albert Hart, captain; J. H. Fitzsimmons, instructor


Church of Ireland, St. Anne's, Church Street - Rev. Canon Lewis Richards, D.D., rector and surrogate; Rev. F. P. Dudley-Janns, curate
Castlecaulfield - Rev. John R. Sides, incumbent
Donaghmore - Rev. R. W. Brown, incumbent
Coalisland - Rev. S. Gauden, incumbent
Killyman - Rev. E. F. Campbell, M.A., rector
Newmills - Rev. G. W. Lindsay, M.A., rector
Derrygortreavy - Rev. Jeremiah Irwin, incumbent
Clonoe - Rev. J. S. Monck, M.A., rector
Lisnagleer Baptist Chapel
Friends' Meeting House, Grange
Independent Chapel, Donaghmore
Independent Chapel, Donaghey - Rev. S. Hadden
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. S. Lindsay, B.A.
Second Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. T. Simpson, M.A.
Eglish Presbyterian Church - Rev. W. T. Latimer, M.A., The Manse.  Castlecaulfield - Rev. R. McClean.  Carland - Rev. A. Torrens.  Newmills - Rev. D. T. Macky
Wesleyan Methodist Chapels, Perry Street, Dungannon; Castlecaulfield and Dungorman - Revs. R. M. Morrison, B.A., and W. R. Martin
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Chapel, Northland Row - Rev. Monsignor Byrne, P.P.; Rev. J. O'Callaghan, C.C.; and Rev. J. Dunn, C.C.
Roman Catholic Chapel, Donaghmore - Rev. Canon J. J. McCartan, P.P.; Rev. P. Sheerin, C.C.


Savings Bank, George Street - Colonel John Irwin, actuary
Belfast Banking Company (Branch), Bank Buildings, Market Square - H. Robinson, manager; H. B. Jury, cashier
Provincial Bank of Ireland (Branch), Scotch Street - John Smith, manager; T. C. Exshaw, cashier
Royal School - R. F. Dill, M.A., head master


Ballynakelly - Miss Kynes, teacher
Castlecaulfield - Altmore, Miss K. Collins, teacher
Carland - P. McAdoo, principal
Coalisland - Geo. Rafferty and Miss B. Harkin, teachers; Castlecaulfield - P. McNelis, teacher; Donaghmore - Miss Duffy, teacher; Dungannon - Ann Street, Mr. Collins, teacher; H. Kielty, assistant; Union Place - J. Boyd and Mrs. Sloan, teachers; Robert Simpson, assistant; John Street - W. H. N. Thornberry and Miss Matthews, teachers; Lower Market - D. Murphy and Mrs. Murphy, teachers
Convent Schools - Sisters of Mercy, teachers
Crossdernott - J. Tims
Donaghmore - B. Brennan and Mrs. Brennan, teachers
Drumnafern - T. J. Forbes
Edendork - B. Rafferty and Miss Carmody, teachers
Eglish - Mr. Todd, Miss Gallagher and T. Turbitt, teachers
Galbally - Mr. Hegarty and Miss Trodden, teachers
Granville - Mr. Brennan, teacher
Greystone - Mr. Simmons, principal
Kerrib - Mr. Riordan
Killyman - Miss Collins, teacher; also Mr. D. A. Simmons and Mrs. Farrell
Kilnaslee - Mr. Wilson, teacher
Ladies' School, Royal School (part of) - Miss M. McDermott, B.A., principal
Moygashel - Miss Johnston, teacher
Newmills - J. Wright, teacher; Miss Gilpin, assistant
Parkanaur - E. Ross, teacher
The Bush - Miss Culler, teacher
Tullyallen - Mr. Anderson and Mrs. Anderson, teachers
Stangmore - Mr. Simpson, teacher
St. Patrick's Academy (Intermediate School) - Rev. D. O'Connell, head master; Messrs. J. O. Hart Devine and J. P. McNamara, assistant masters


Abernethy, Hugh, mechanic, Milltown Street
Acheson, David, J.P., Castlecaulfield
Acheson & Smith, weaving factory, Castlecaulfield
Adams, Mrs., Torrent Hill
Aiken, John, & Son, grocers and seed merchants, Scotch Street
Alexander, Henry, shoe maker, Donaghmore
Allen, Miss, draper, Coalisland
Anderson, James, plumber, Scotch Street
Anderson, Robert, tenter, Milltown
Andrews & Co., tea merchants, Stuart Row
Armstrong, Wm. C., M.D., Coalisland
Atkinson, Henry, corn mill, Tempenroe
Atwell, John, wood turner and general dealer

Ballance & Lennon, hardware merchants, Market Square
Barcroft, Mrs., Stangmore House
Barcroft, Mrs., Stangmore Lodge
Barcroft, Mrs., Grange
Beatty, John, china warehouse, cabinetmaker and general house furnisher, Irish Street and Union Place
Beatty, Samuel, postman, Thomas Street
Beatty, Miss E., music teacher, Irish Street
Beatty, Mrs. Mary, postmistress, Coalisland
Beatty, W. J., law assistant and Press correspondent, Irish Street
Bell, Alex., grocer, Irish Street
Bell, Ross, car owner, Market Square
Benson, Robert, C.B.O., Perry Street
Best, John, baker and grocer, George's Street
Birney, Hugh, tailor, photographer and tobacconist, Ann Street
Black, J. H., Northland Arms Hotel, and auction mart, George's Street
Black, James, tailor, Church Street
Blemings, Percy, C.B.O., Castlecaulfield
Boardman, Thos. K., boot and shoe warehouse, Church Street
Boden, John, farmer, Killyneill
Bond, John, Gortin
Bond, Mrs., The Argory
Bond, Mrs., Derrygally
Boyce, John, farmer, Roughan
Boyd, John, clerk of the union, Union Place
Boyd, John, jun., school teacher, Union Place
Boyle, Conn, Irish Street
Boyle, F., corn miller & publican, Galbally
Bradford, Robt., farmer, Drumuck, Killyman, Moy
Bradley Bros., flax mills, Castlecaulfield
Bradley, William, farmer, Drumeenagh, Killyman, Moy
Brown, David, Donaghmore
Brown, D., & Son, soap and candle manufacturers, Donaghmore
Brown, James, J.P., Ivy Bank, Donaghmore
Brown, Major Wm., Killymaddy House
Brown, Miss, dress maker, Perry Street
Brown, Robert, Donaghmore
Brown, Thomas, baker, Perry Street
Browne, Dr. T. D., Benburb
Browne, Rev. Robert, (Donaghmore), Dungannon
Bruce, James, D.L., Manor House, Benburb
Bryars, John, professor of elocution, Scotch Street
Bryars, John, blacksmith, Newmills
Bryars, Mrs. M., Scotch Street
Bryars, Thomas, grocer, baker and auctioneer, Irish Street
Buchan, Charles, Killymeal
Buchanan, George, watch maker, Donaghmore
Burges, Lieut.-Col. Ynyr. H., D.L., Parkanaur
Burges, Miss, draper, Coalisland
Burleigh Bros., drapers, Church Street
Burns, James, earthenware manufacturer, Creenagh
Burns, David, earthenware manufacturer, Creenagh
Burns, Thomas, blacksmith, Milltown
Burrows, John, farmer, Edendork, Dungannon
Burrows, Mrs., spirit dealer, Castlecaulfield
Burrows, Wm., confectioner, Church Street
Burrows, Wm., farmer, Cavan, Killyman, Moy
Byrne, Arthur, Legilly
Byrne, Very Rev. Dean, V.G., Ranfurly Terrace

Caldwell, Stewart, Donaghmore
Campbell, Edward, Clonaneese
Campbell, J., grocer, Lisnagleer
Campbell, O'Neill, and Carberry, coach factory, Thomas Street
Campbell, Rev. E. F., Killyman
Canavan, Joseph, cattle dealer, Anne Street
Carberry, F., cattle dealer, Washingford Row
Carberry, John, grocer, draper and car owner, Donaghmore
Carberry, Patrick, hair dresser, Scotch Street
Carpendale, W. M., Falkland, Carland
Carson, Thomas, butter merchant, John Street
Cartmill, James, carpenter, Castlecaulfield
Cassidy, John, saddler, Scotch Street
Cassidy, Patrick, cooper, Scotch Street
Cavanagh, Mrs. E., grocer and spirit merchant, Perry Street
Cavanagh, P., fowl dealer, Perry Street
Chambre, Hunt W., J.P., Dungannon House
Chapman, A., hardware & china merchant, Ann Street
Charles, Henry R., grocer and publican, Newmills
Charles, J. & H., butter and egg merchants, Ballygawley Road
Charles, Thomas H., grocer, hardware and coal merchant, Scotch Street
Charleton, Robert, flax buyer, Ann Street
Christie, Samuel, law assistant, Ballygawley Road
Clancy, P. J., draper, Coalisland
Clarke, G., watch maker, Church Street
Clark, Ledlie, & Co., weaving factory, Coalisland
Clark, Charles, Coalisland
Cllugston, Samuel, bookkeeper, Beech Valley
Conn, Sergeant M., Stuart Row
Connolly, Henry, provision dealer, Coalisland
Corey, John, Scotch Street
Corr, James, J.P., grocer, draper and spirit dealer, Coalisland
Corr, John, solicitor, Coalisland
Corr & McNally, Ulster Fireclay Works and colliery owners, Coalisland
Corren, John, plumber, Market Square
Costley, R. & C., drapers, Coalisland
Courtney, Anthony, Lisnahoy, Killyman, Moy
Cross, Archibald, Kinnego, Killyman, Moy
Cross, Abraham, farmer, Moyroe, Killyman, Moy
Cross, Mrs., draper and servants' registry office, Market Hill
Cross, Samuel, farmer, Moyroe, Moy
Cross, Thomas, farmer, Kinnego, Moy
Cullen Bros., cattle dealers and butchers, Irish Street
Cullen, James, cattle dealer and butcher, Park Road and Scotch Street
Cullen, John, shoe maker, Irish Street
Cullen, J. & M., live stock dealers, Market Square
Cullen, T., provision dealer, Scotch Street
Cummings, Geo. C, Killeen, Dungannon
Cummings, Mrs., boot and shoe warehouse, Scotch Street
Cunningham, F., posting establishment, Sloan Street
Cunningham, G. A., boot and shoe warehouse and commercial traveller, Market Square
Cunningham, Jas., entertainment and lodgings, and civil bill officer, William Street
Cunningham, Michael, mason, William Street
Cunningham, Wm., painter, glass warehouse, Church Lane
Curran, A., grocer, Donaghmore
Curry, Albert, watch maker, Scotch Street

Daly, John, flax mills, Killyman
Daly, Felix, spirit dealer and car owner, Scotch Street
Daniel, Robert, J.P., Beechgrove
Darragh, W. H., J.P., Howard Terrace
Davidson, J., boot and leather warehouse, William Street
Davidson, Thomas, Mullaghadun
Davis, Jas., monumental works, John Street
Devine, Charles, barber, Union Place
Devlin, J., grocer and spirit dealer, Coalisland
Dickson, James, J.P., Milltown House
Dickson & Co., weaving factory, manufacturers of brown and striped drills, fancy dress linens and damask table linens, Milltown
Dill, R. F., M.A., Royal School
Dilworth, A. A., Bogbane, Killyman, Moy
Dixon, Robt., railway clerk, Northland Terrace
Donaghy, J., hair dresser, Coalisland
Donnelly, Fras., coal merchant, Irish Street
Donnolly, Alice, grocer, Carland
Donnolly, J., flax dealer, Perry Street
Donnelly, Mrs., dress maker, Irish Street
Douglas, John, flax merchant, Ranfurly Terrace
Douglas, Miss, The Institution
Doyle, James, farmer, Mullaghadun
Doyle, Joseph M., J.P., Birch Hill
Doyle, J., shoe maker, Coalisland
Dudgeon, A., bookkeeper, Coalisland
Duffy Bros., tailors, Donaghmore
Dungannon Posting and Undertaking Co. Limited, George's Street
Dungannon Stone and Lime Co. Ltd.
Dunwoody, W. N., publican, Scotch Street
Dynes, James, barber, Anne Street

Eakin, James, Stangmore
Eccles, Thomas, corn and flax miller, Coalisland
Ellis, Mrs., dress maker, Church Street
Ellis, Thomas, saddler, Church Street
English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agents, Longfield, Kelly & Armstrong, Solicitors; H. M. Chambre, J.P.; John Hoy, Solicitor; John Simmons, solicitor
Erskine, Jackson, farmer, Tamnamore
Evans, George, Gortmerron House
Exshaw, Thomas, cashier, Provincial Bank

Fairbairn, Thomas, butter and egg merchant, Ballygawley Road
Falls, Joseph, J.P., Curlonan, Dungannon
Farrell, John, greengrocer, Irish Street
Ferguson, David, land steward, Donaghmore
Ferry, Johnston, grocer, Newmills
Ferry, Wm., grocer, Castlecaulfield
Flanagan, P., newsagent, stationer and auctioneer, Scotch Street
Forsyth, John, grocer, Eglish
Fowler, R., earthenware manufacturer, Derryboy
Fox, Hugh, Lismulrevy
Fox, Mary, grocer, William Street
Fox, P., law clerk
Fox, Rev. P., P.P., Tullyallen
Frizell, Henry, draper, haberdasher, hatter, Market Square
Frizell, The Misses, bonnet makers, George's Street
Frizell, The Misses, grocers, Scotch Street
Fullan, M., pawn broker, Coalisland
Fullan & Son, Carland Freestone Quarries, Dungannon

Gaffney, Charles, tailor, Perry Street
Gartland, James, grocer and baker, Coalisland
Gaskin, Thomas, shop manager, Killymeal
Gauden, Rev. Simeon, Coalisland
Gault, John, grocer, Laghey, Moy
Geattens, Mrs. C, publican, Irish Street
Gill, Rev. Robert, Clonaneese
Gillogly, Christopher, carpenter, Perry Street
Girvan, J., dealer, Sloan Street
Girvan, Wm., sweep, Ann Street
Glasse, The Misses, The Institution
Goodwin, B., grocer and restaurateur, William Street
Goodwin, Edward, jun., tailor and grocer, William Street
Goodwin, Peter, grocer, Ann Street
Goodwin, E., grocer and entertainment, Irish Street
Gray, Mrs., ironmonger and grocer, Scotch Street
Green, Fras., cattle dealer, Derraghadown
Green, Joseph, butcher, Scotch Street
Green, Miss, Thomas Street
Greer, George, Gortmerron
Greer, Mrs. F. H., Northland Row
Greer, Mrs., The Grange, Moy
Greer, Mrs., Beragh
Greer, Thomas F., Rhonehill, Moy
Grimason, Henry, foreman lapper, Lisnaclin

Hadden, J., flax mills, Castlecaulfield
Hadden, Rev. S., Donaghey, Sherrygroom
Hale, Francis, J.P., Fairview
Hale, Martin, & Co. Ltd., spinning mill
Hall, Bartley, cart maker, The Bush
Hall, James, blacksmith, Castlecaulfield
Hall, Wm., blacksmith, Castlecaulfield
Hamilton, James M., Northland Place, clerk of Urban Council
Hamilton, Rev. J., Thornhill
Hamilton, Robert, inspector of locks, Lagan Navigation Company, Coalisland
Hamilton, S., carpenter and servants' registry office, Perry Street
Hamilton, W., road contractor, Farlough
Hammond, James, Farlough
Hardy, John, horse shoer, Market Square
Hardy, T., boot and shoe maker, Church Street
Harkin, James, grocer and publican, Coalisland
Harper, H. M., house and rent agent, Dungannon
Hart, Patrick, clothes dealer, Irish Street
Hart, Peter, clothes dealer, Irish Street
Hart, Thomas, Milltown Street
Harton & Sons, hardware and seed merchant, Irish Street
Hatton, G. P., C.E. surveyor, Church Street
Hayden, Mrs., publican, Shamble Lane
Haydock, Henry, draper, Market Square
Haydock, Wm., grocer, Scotch Street
Hazelton, David, farmer, Bogbane, Moy
Hazelton, Thomas, Curran
Henderson, Francis, rate collector, Scotch Street
Henderson, John, farmer & postmaster, Tamnamore
Henderson, J., J.P., tape manufacturer, Sherrygroom
Henry, Jas., provision dealer, Perry Street
Henry, Robert, grocer, Scotch Street
Heyburn, John, painter, Ann Street
Hinchey, J., post office, Castlecaulfield
Hinchey, Miss, grocer, Castlecaulfield
Hodge, John, grocer, Cabragh
Hodgett, Edw., town inspector, Perry Street
Hodgett, E., post master, Donaghmore
Hodgett, R., sexton, Thomas Street
Hodgett, Saml., Great Northern Railway, Railway Terrace
Hogg, Mrs., haberdasher, Irish Street
Holmes, James, flax mills, Eglish
Hood, Samuel, confectioner and car owner, Perry Street
Hooks, Joseph, plasterer, Donaghmore Road
Hooks, Mrs., dress maker, Donaghmore Road
Howard, Major R., Annaguinea House (Annaginny House in 1907)
Howard, Samuel, solicitor, Market Square
Hoy, John, solicitor, Parkview
Hughes, A., grocer, Coalisland
Hughes, Michael, fowl dealer, Barrack Street
Hughes, Rev. P., P.P., Eglish
Hunter, Ambrose, The Institution
Hurson, E., Press correspondent, Anne Street
Hurson, Hugh, baker and grocer, Donaghmore

Irvine, Thomas M., grocer, Market Square
Irwin, Charleton, linen lapper, William Street
Irwin, G., tinsmith, William Street
Irwin, Henry, Aghareany, Donaghmore
Irwin, James, Mullaghmore
Irwin, James, Derryveen
Irwin, J., Ranfurly estate bailiff, William Street
Irwin, Lieut.-Colonel J. S., Howard Terrace
Irwin, Mrs., dress maker, William Street
Irwin, Rev. Jeremiah, Derrygortreavy
Irwin, Thomas Staples, J.P., Howard Terrace
Irwin, William, postal official, Northland Row
Irwin, Wm., commercial traveller, Donaghmore
Irwin, Wm. J., solicitor, Market Square
Irwin, Wm., druggist and grocer, Scotch Street

Jackson, Wm., flax mills, Dungororan
Jameson, James, flax mills, Mullyrodden
Jenkinson, Thos., P.L.G., Cavan, Killyman, Moy
Johnston, D., blacksmith, Donaghmore
Johnston, Miss, draper, Coalisland
Johnston, Mrs. Emily, Killyquin Road
Johnston, Mrs., milliner, Perry Street
Johnston, W. S., draper, Scotch Street
Jordan, P., furniture mart, Church Street

Kane, James, grocer and spirit dealer, Coalisland
Kane, Joseph, spirit dealer, Scotch Street
Kearney, Patrick, fishmonger, Church Street
Keenan, John, cattle dealer, Springfield
Keith, Samuel, postal official, Union Place
Kelly, Bernard, grocer and spirit dealer, Market Square
Kelly, Henry Russell, solicitor, Northland Row
Kelly, John, shoe maker, Coalisland
Kelly, John, postman, Irish Street
Kelly, Miss, laundress, Irish Street
Kelly, Mrs., milliner, Church Street
Kelly, Peter, grocer, Scotch Street
Kelly, Philip, Singer Sewing Machine Depot, Scotch Street, Dungannon
Kelly, Robt., Granville
Kelly, Thomas, refreshments, Irish Street
Kelso, David, Perry Street
Kelso, George, barber, George's Street
Kennedy, Henry, mason, Mark Street
Kerr, D., shoe maker, Miltown
Kerr, John, baker and spirit dealer, William Street
Kertland, John G., Thomas Street
Kertland, Miss, Thomas Street
Kilkeary, Bernard, law clerk, Market Square
Kilpatrick, John, farmer and grocer, Ballynakelly
Kinley, H. W., Bloomhill, Dungannon
Knox, Charles, draper, Market Square
Knox, Colonel the Hon. W. S., Dungannon Park
Knox, John, newsagent and hardware merchant, Donaghmore
Knox, Robert, corn mills, Eglish
Kyle, Miss, The Institution

Lamont, H. J., merchant tailor, Market Square
Langlands, John, ironmonger and seed merchant, Church Street
Latimer, H. & D., grocers, Scotch Street
Latimer, Rev. W. T., Eglish
Laverty, Michael, horse dealer and publican, Scotch Street
Lawson, Wm. J., grocer, Milltown
Leathem, Wm., M.D., J.P., Coalisland
Lee, John, car driver, George's Street
Leebody, J. W., B.A., B.E., county surveyor, Victoria Villas
Lennon, Henry, blacksmith, Sloan Street
Lewis, William, Barrack Street
Lilburn, R., bookkeeper, Northland Row
Lindsay, Rev. G. W., Tullyniskin Glebe
Lindsay, Rev. S., Prospect House
Little Bros., egg buyers, Mullyconnor
Little, George, publican, Church Street
Little, James, Coalisland
Little, John, grocer, Donaghmore
Little, Mrs. Rachel, grocer and spirit merchant, Coalisland
Little & Watt, mineral water manufacturers, George's Street
Lloyd, Averell, J.P., Benburb
Logan, Henry, linen lapper, Ann Street
Long, James, manager, Roan Spinning Co., Coalisland
Longfield, Kelly & Armstrong, solicitors, Northland Row
Loughran, J., carpenter, Donaghmore
Loughran, Mrs., baker, Church Street
Lowry, Colonel A. G., Farlough Lodge
Lowry, John H., Trewmount, Moy
Lowry, Miss, Northland Row
Lowry, Major R. T. G., Pomeroy House
Loy, Dominic, spirit store, Ann Street
Lyle, J. G. Winder, Donaghmore House
Lyle, Major W. R., Donaghmore
Lynch, Patrick, clothes dealer, Irish Street

Mackay, Rev. D. T., The Manse, Newmills
Mackenzie, Alexander, & Co., bonded stores and wholesale spirit dealers, Donaghmore
Macshane, Charles, merchant tailor and habit maker, Sloan Street
Madden, Miss, clothes dealer, Irish Street
Magee, H., dealer, Coalisland
Magee, John, glass and china warehouse, Coalisland
Magee, John, jun., dealer, Coalisland
Maguire, John, grocer, Coalisland
Mallon, Arthur, Derraghadoan
Mallon, John, grocer and flax merchant, Irish Street
Manson, J., blacksmith, Donaghmore
Marmion, M. J. C, J.P., M.D., Scotch Street
Marsh, J., grocer, hardware merchant and car owner, Coalisland
Marshall, R. C, druggist, Market Square
Marshall, Wm., flax mills, Legane
Martin, Miss, Ranfurly Terrace
Martin, Patrick, carpenter and builder, Ann Street
Mason, Mrs., The Institution
Matthews, Mrs., The Institution
Meglaughlin, Barry, solicitor, Howard Terrace
Meenagh, Robt., painter and glazier, George's Street
Milligan, George, mechanic, Beechvalley
Milligan, Robert, P.L.G., Brantry
Monck, Rev. J. S., Clonoe Rectory
Montgomery, Wm., lapper, Coalisland
Moon, Miss, organist and music teacher, Stuart Row
Mooney, Francis, grocer, Coalisland
Moran, Miss, dress maker, Market Square
Morell, Mrs., Scotch Street
Morrison, Ferdinand, butcher, Irish Street
Morrison, James, victualler, Irish Street
Morrison, James, grocer, Coalisland
Morrison, James, butcher, Coalisland
Morrison, James, publican, Irish Street
Morrison, Patrick, spirit dealer and pork merchant, Perry Street
Morrison, Rev. R. M., Methodist Manse, Perry Street
Morrow, Robert, farmer, Ballymeenagh, Newmills
Mulgrew, David, horse shoer, Market Square
Mulgrew, David, jun., horse shoer, Irish Street
Mulgrew, John, grocer, William Street
Mulgrew, P., waiter, Scotch Street
Mullan, Edward, clothes dealer, Irish Street
Mullan, John, scutch mills, Tartlaghan
Mullan, John, farmer, Strathmullan
Mullan, Wm., seed merchant and farmer, Drumkee, Coalisland
Murphy, John, Drumhariff
Murphy, Miss, jeweller, Irish Street
Murphy, Miss, spirit dealer, Coalisland
Murray, P., grocer, William Street
Murray, the Misses, milliners, Market Square
Myrdith Temperance Restaurant, Scotch Street - W. G. McKeown, proprietor

McAleer, Peter, Commercial Hotel, Market Square
McAlister, James, grocer and seed merchant, Scotch Street
McAnaly, H., boot and shoe maker, Donaghmore
McArdle, Rev. J., C.C., Coalisland
McAteer, John, Barrack Street
McCall, Michael, publican, Church Street
McCall, Thos., & Sons, coach factory, Scotch Street
McCann, James, cooper, Scotch Street
McCann, Mark, Thomas Street
McCartan, Rev. J. J., P.P., Donaghmore
McCauley, Chas., plasterer and slater, Anne Street
McCauley, Mrs., laundress, Anne Street
McCausland, Mary, spirit retailer, Donaghmore
McCausland, T., spirit retailer, Donaghmore
McClean, J. R. B., Millbank, The Bush
McClean, Robert, grocer and hardware merchant, George Street
McClean, Rev. Robert, Castlecaulfield
McClean, T., spade foundry, Mullaghatague
McConnell, Joseph, publican, Irish Street
McCourt, Owen, shoe maker, Creeve
McCrory, John, publican, Scotch Street
McCusker, John, publican, Scotch Street
McCudden, J., baker and grocer, Coalisland
McCullagh, J., Railway Bar, Scotch Street
McCullough, T., clay pipe manufacturer, Newmills
McDaniel, Wm., grocer, draper, posting establishment and general merchant, Coalisland
McDermott, Miss M., B.A., Ladies' School, College Gardens
McDonald, John R., J.P., Cohannon, Moy
McElhatton, P., publican and boot maker, Donaghmore Road
McElhone, Francis, grocer and spirit dealer, Anne Street
McElhone, James, spirit dealer, leather merchant and shipping agent, Irish Street
McElhone, Michael, publican, Anne Street
McElhone, Miss M., tobacconist, Irish Street
McElhone, W., refreshment rooms, William Street
McElroy, Robert, farmer, Moyroe
McElvenna, Hugh, dealer and billposter, Coalisland
McElvogue, John, shoe maker, Irish Street
McFadden, Hugh R., law clerk, Donaghmore Road
McFadden, Mrs., dress maker, Donaghmore Road
McFerran, George, tobacconist and branch Post Office, Scotch Street
McGartland, J., publican and grocer, Irish Street
McGartland, Misses, grocers, etc., William Street
McGee, J., permanent way inspector G.N.R., Railway Terrace
McGinn, Arthur, carpenter, Shamble Lane
McGlade, Henry, butcher, Coalisland
McGlinchey, the Misses, drapers & milliners, Coalisland
McGlone, P., boot and shoe maker, Donaghmore
McGouran, J., hair dresser, Church Street, Dungannon
McGrath, Mrs., The Retreat, Coalisland
McGuffin, W., relieving officer, Ballygawley Road
McGuigan, Michael, rope maker, Irish Street
McGuigan, Thos., jobbing smith, Irish Street
McGuone, Michael, confectioner and car owner, Scotch Street
McGuone, Terence, William Street
McGurk, P., carpenter and builder, Dungannon
McKee, J., & Sons, saw mills, contractors and builders, Dungannon
McKee, R., post master and grocer, Newmills
McKee, Wm., Verner estate office
McKeown, W. G., Temperance Hotel, Scotch Street
McKinley, James, rope maker, Union Place
McKinnon, John, plumber, Perry Street
McMahon, John, butcher, Coalisland
McManus, Samuel, draper, tailor &c, Market Square
McMenemy, Samuel, draper, Scotch Street
McMenemy, Mrs. W., china, delf and millinery warehouse, Scotch Street
McMinn, William J., farmer, Corrainey, The Bush
McMullan, Alex., billposter, William Street
McMullan, James, draper, Coalisland
McNally, John, mason, William Street
McNaney, John, boot and shoe warehouse, Irish Street
McNeill, Dougald, confectioner, Perry Street
McParland, P., farmer, Lurgaboy
McPeake, Patrick, goods station, G.N.R.
McRory, Michael, draper, Scotch Street
McShane, Peter, clothes dealer, Irish Street
McVeigh, Daniel, bakery, Irish Street
McVey, John, corn mills, Dernaseer

Nash, Charles, land steward, Parkanaur
Nelson, John, linen lapper, George's Street
Nesbitt, William R., farmer, Drumreagh, Newmills
Nethery, James, pharmaceutical chemist, Scotch Street
Newell, H., J.P., butcher, Market Square
Newell, Joseph, butcher, Perry Street
Newton, Robert, J.P., Killymeal House
Nixon, Alexander, painter, Perry Street
Noble, Henry, butler, Church Street
Northland Arms Hotel, George's Street, J. H. Black, proprietress
Nugent, James, painter, William Street

O'Brien, Francis, grocer &c, Ann Street
O'Connor, J., grocer, Donaghmore
O'Neill, Francis, publican, Scotch Street
O'Neill, John, coach builder, Milltown Street
O'Neill, John, shoe maker, Irish Street
O'Neill, John, tinsmith, Anne Street
O'Neill, John, pawn broker, Anne Street
O'Neill, John M., Donaghmore
O'Neill, Mrs., grocer and spirit dealer, Coalisland
O'Neill, Mrs. M., grocer, Donaghmore
O'Neill, Miss Eugenie, Coalisland
O'Neill, P., grocer and spirit dealer, Scotch Street

Patterson, Alex., boot warehouse, auctioneer and Newsagent, Scotch Street
Patterson, A., sergeant-major, W.O., R.A.
Patterson, Wm., publican, Coalisland
Paton, Joseph A., grocer and general merchant, Castlecaulfield
Pearson, H. S., Church Street, Dungannon
Phipson, C. B., J.P., Moy
Phoenix Fire Office - Agents, John Langlands, H. W. Chambre, J.P., Dungannon House
Pike, Wm., fish dealer, Ann Street
Pinkerton, Wm., watch maker, Scotch Street
Powell, Robert, Perry Street

Quinn, B., hardware merchant, Scotch Street
Quinn, John A., solicitor, Scotch Street
Quinn, Mrs., spirit dealer, earthenware and tile manufacturer, Coalisland

Ranfurly Arms Hotel, Market Square - G. H. Sythes, proprietor
Ranfurly, Right Hon. Earl of, Northland House
Reardon, P., tailor and tobacconist, Irish Street
Redford Linen Company Limited, Redford, Moy
Reid Bros., spirit merchants, Scotch Street
Reid, F. D., bonded stores, Beechvalley
Reid, S., boot and shoe warehouse, Scotch Street
Reilly, John, baker, Irish Street
Reilly, S., boot and shoe warehouse, Scotch Street
Reynolds, Mrs., Bessmount House
Reynolds, T. W., grocer & druggist, Scotch Street
Reynolds, W. J., solicitor, Howard Terrace
Rice, Mrs. S., greengrocer & car owner, Perry Street
Richards, Rev. Lewis, D.D., The Rectory
Richardson, Captain J., J.P., Trewmount
Richardson, James, Coolkill
Richardson, John, Fernshaw
Richardson, J. J., station master, Coalisland
Richardson, Murray, Church Street
Richardson, Richard, grocer, etc, Church Street
Richardson, Wm., rate collector and farmer, Lakeview
Richardson & Sons, printers and stationers, Church Street
Roan Spinning Company, Coalisland
Roberts, Neason, saddler, Irish Street
Roberts, W. J., bookkeeper, Spinning Mill
Robinson, Henry, manager Belfast Bank
Robinson, James, flax buyer, Perry Street
Robinson, John B., Derrymeen
Robinson, Richard, J.P., Kinnego
Robinson, Thomas, Drummuck
Robson, Samuel, Larchmount, Dungannon
Rock, Rev. J., P.P., Washingbay, Coalisland
Rogers, Miss J., grocer and draper, Laghey, Killyman, Moy
Rooney, John, spinning master, Beechvalley
Rose-Cleland, Henry S., manager Beechvalley
Ross, R., manager gas works
Ruddy, John, flax buyer, Newmills
Russell, James, grocer, Perry Street
Rutledge, Saml., commercial traveller, Northland Row
Ryan, Patrick, dealer

Scott, Patrick, dealer
Scott, Mrs., Howard Terrace
Scott, Wm. J., plumber, George's Street
Senior, Wm. J., plumber, George's Street
Shannon, John, Lisnaclin
Sharkey, J. D., Gortin, Coalisland
Sheals, John, shoe maker, Coalisland
Sheerin, Rev. P., C.C., Donaghmore
Shields Bros., drapers, Irish Street
Shields, Michael, J.P., Cappagh
Shields, Patrick, solicitor, Pomeroy and Dungannon
Shillington, Wm., farmer, Eskragh
Simmons, Dupre A., school teacher, Tempenroe, Killyman
Simmons, John, solicitor, Market Square
Simmons, Richard, traveller Messrs. Mackenzie & Co., Donaghmore
Simpson, Dr. W. A., Howard Terrace
Simpson, Rev. R. T., John Street
Slean, Mrs., coach builder, Barrack Street
Slean, Mrs. A., publican, George's Street
Slean, Esther, publican, Scotch Street
Sloane, Zeno, music teacher, Union Place
Smith Bros., drapers and boot merchants, George's Street
Smith, H. J., grocer and provision store, George's Street
Smith, John, auctioneer, Castle Hill
Smith, John, Provincial Bank, Dungannon
Smith, John, J.P., Donaghmore
Smith, P., grocer and spirit dealer, Coalisland
Smith, Robert, & Co., grocers, bakers and provision merchants, Donaghmore
Smith, Samuel, cattle dealer, Union Place
Spence, John, clog maker and insurance agent, Scotch Street
Stack, John, supervisor, Perry Street
Steele, Mrs., dress maker and grocer, Irish Street
Steenson, W., carpenter, Donaghmore
Stevenson, John & Co. Ltd., spade and shovel manufacturers, steam sawing and grinding mills and weaving factory, Coalisland
Stevenson, R., jun., manufacturer, Moygashel
Stevenson, Robert, J.P., Northland Row
Stevenson & Son, linen manufacturers, bleachers, dyers and finishers, George's Street and Moygashel Mills, Dungannon
Stewart, Benjamin, farmer, Ballymeenagh, Newmills
Stewart, Gerrard, farmer, Creevagh, Carland
Stewart, Mrs., spirit dealer, Newmills
Stewart, Robert, publican, builder and contractor, Irish Street
Stewart, Robert, saddler, Scotch Street
Stewart, Thomas, farmer, Ballymeenagh, Newmills
Stewart, Robert & Son, corn and wheat millers, Gortin Mills, Coalisland
Stuart, Miss F., College View
Stuart, Miss O., Beech Grove
Sugars, J. C, M.D., Northland Row
Sun Fire and Life Offices - Agent, H. Robinson, Belfast Bank
Sythes, George H., Ranfurly Arms Hotel

Taggart, J., veterinary surgeon, Perry Street
Tanny, James, grocer, Donaghmore
Tackaberry, Thomas, workhouse master, Dungannon
Tener, Richard, spirit dealer, Castlecaulfield
Teven, A., tailor, Market Square
Thompson, W., grocer and hardware merchant, Coalisland
Thornberry, H., Thomas Street
Thornberry, R., shoe maker, Castlecaulfield
Thornberry, W. H. N., school teacher, Belle Vue
Tierney, Thomas, coach builder, Sloan Street
Todd, Andrew, M.D., J.P., Howard Terrace
Todd, John, car owner, Union Place
Toner, James, grocer, Coalisland
Torrens, Rev. Arthur, The Manse, Carland
Trimble, Wm. J., & Sons, photographers and china warehouse, Church Street
Twigg, Wm., M.D., Northland Row
Tyrone Colliery, Sanitary Pipe, and Brick Co. Ltd., Dungannon
Tyrone Mineral Water Company, George's Street
Tyrone Printing Company, Scotch Street

Walker, Samuel, carpenter, Milltown
Walker, Wm., mechanic, Perry Street
Warnock, The Misses, milliners and dress makers, Scotch Street
Watson, William, veterinary surgeon, Scotch Street
Watt, Jos., posting establishment, George's Street
Watterson, L. G., draper, Church Street
Whiteside, John C, Flowerhill, Coalisland
Wilkins, Robert, managing director John Stevenson & Co. Limited, Coalisland
Wilson Bros., Roan Spinning Mills, Coalisland
Wilson, Henry, J.P., Roan House, Coalisland
Wilson, John M., bookkeeper, Thomas Street
Wilson, John, Coalisland
Wilson, Samuel, land commissioner, Northland Row
Wilson, Wm., J.P., Cranebrook
Williamson, Robert, C.B.O., Sheriff's bailiff
Wood, John, excise officer, Northland Row
Woods, John, poultry dealer, Ann Street
Wray, Samuel, sewed muslin agent, Scotch Street
Wright, Alex., grocer, Market Square
Wright, George, school teacher, Newmills
Wylie, Thomas, hardware merchant, Church Street

Young, Lewis, entertainment, George's Street


Originally called Duneevan, derives its name from Dune, a fort, is situated close to the banks of the River Roe.  On a jutting rock overhanging the river, at a place known as the "Salmon Leap," stands the old Church or Priory.  Within its roofless walls is the grave of the illustrious Chieftain O'Cahan (Cooey na gall O'Cahan) and his seven sons.  A heavy slab, on which is carved the figure of a warrior clad in armour, covers the grave, and around the grave and supporting the slab are a number of blocks of stone, on each of which is carved a warrior also armour clad, and supposed to represent his seven sons.  The grave is within the most sacred precincts of the edifice, and a window overlooks it in stone tracery, and of wonderfully accurate workmanship.  Time, and we fear a species of vandalism had made the ruins more ruinous still, but the late Mr. James Ogilby, lessee of Pellipar Estate, had them restored a few years ago, and with such skill and art as to maintain ancient appearances.  When the lease expired the estate reverted to the Worshipful the Skinners Company of London.  from their trade or calling the estate took its name "Pellipar" (Peltparers or Skinners).  The tenants of this estate were among the first to take advantage of the "Ashbourne Act," and all but a very few are now occupying owners.  A branch of railway connects the town with Derry and Belfast.  Valuable mineral beds of limestone and freestone abound and only await the capitalists.  The famous Altmover Quarries, of splendid freestone are wrought by Mr. W. Maginness, and are situate on the property of Mr. E. G. Osborne, Altmover House, Dungiven, about two miles distant.  The town has three places of worship - Episcopalian, Presbyterian, and Roman Catholic.  Rev. H. G. Warren is at the present time rector of the Parish Church, and the Presbyterian minister is the Rev. Thomas Davison, M.A.  The Northern Banking Company has a branch office in Dungiven, with Mr. W. Temple, manager, and Mr. Allen, assistant.  The Post Office, which does Telegraph, Money Order and Savings Bank business is in charge of Mr. J. Fallows.  Next to the old Priory the most ancient, and consequently the most interesting building is the Castle of O'Cahan.  Whilst the main building was renovated and restored by the Ogilbys about 1840, the outer courts, walls, and ramparts seem to be what they were ages ago, as they stand in all their feeble strength, affording but a poor protection if besieged.  Sycamores that were then tiny plants taking root in the walls have burst the masonry, and with revolving years have made, what may once have been the pride of ancients now the shattered sport of the elements.  Still the Castle proper is somewhat imposing with three strong towers.  It is now in possession of Captain R. A. Ogilby, D.L., the Squire of Pellipar Manor, whose ancestors were the lessees of the estate.  Its caretaker is the venerable Joseph Harper.  Petty Sessions are held in Courthouse monthly (third Thursday), Mr. Thomas Mercer being Petty Sessions Clerk. A weekly market for sale of grain, potatoes, pork, butter and eggs is held every Saturday - Mr. J. Douglas, weigh master.  A fair is held monthly - second Tuesday of each month.  Medical Dispensary open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in charge of Dr. M. Higgins.  Population about 700 in 1895.


Armstrong, H., postman

Begly, C, grocer
Begly, John, saddler
Bond, Mrs. N., grocer
Boyle, P., baker and grocer
Boyle, P., furniture store
Brown, J., butter merchant

Callaghan, T., flesher
Campbell, R. M., grazier
Carlin, Mrs., bakery
Casey, P., constable R.I.C.
Casey, P., school teacher
Cassidy, P., butter merchant
Cassidy, S., shoe maker
Clesham, W., constable R.I.C.
Christie, W., land steward
Convery, M., carpenter
Conway, John, grocer
Conway, P., cattle dealer, Ballyness
Cunning, D., grocer
Cunningham, Miss N.

Dallas, Geo., cattle dealer
Davison, Rev. T., The Manse
Deane, Jos., carpenter
Deany, J., contractor
Deeny, H., spirit merchant
Deeny, James
Devine, R., shoe maker
Doherty, J., baker
Doherty, Rev. D.
Donaghy, H., barber
Douglas, A., dress maker
Douglas, J., weigh master
Douglas, J. S., J.P., Rosebrook
Dunn, D., surveyor
Dunn, J., land steward

English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agent, Wm. Temple, manager Northern Bank

Fallows, James, Postmaster, Draper etc.
Farren, J., blacksmith
Fisher, L. U. K. P., bank clerk
Fleming, F., blacksmith
French, Mrs., Strangemore

Galbraith, Mrs., lodging house
Gibson, D., shoe maker
Gilderson, P., Cashel
Goodwin, J., coachman, Strangemore

Hagan, C., shoe maker
Harkin, J., bar boy, O'Kane's Hotel
Haughy, John, process server
Heany, John, shoe maker
Heaney, E., carpenter
Heaney, E., grocer
Hegarty, John, spirit merchant
Higgins, Michael, M.D.
Hoey, C., retired constable
Hoey, T., retired constable

Kelly, J., shoe maker
Kelly, R., shoe maker
Kerr, Andrew, blacksmith
Kidd, W., flesher
Kilmartin, M., teacher, Gortnaghy
King, French & Ingram, solicitors
Knox, E. C., Holly Hill

Lafferty, P., tailor
Lavery, Miss E., school teacher, Cashel
Logue, H., spirit merchant
Longmore, Isaac, solicitor's clerk
Loughery, Rev. E., P.P.

Magee, J., grocer
Malcolm, W. G., gardener
Martin, Dr., Manor House
Meehan, John, retired constable
Meehan, Miss, spirit dealer
Milliken, T., draper
Moore, Miss, Causeway House
Moorhead, John, process server, Owenbeg
Morris, John, grocer
Morris, J., sergeant R.I.C.
Muldoon, Patrick, car owner
Mullan, P., grocer, etc.
Murphy, J., tailor
Murray, Mrs., grocer
Murray, R., saddler

McCann, Miss, spirit dealer
McCartney, S., road surveyor
McCaughey, J., carpenter
McCaughey, M., shirt maker
McCaughey, T., flesher
McCaul, James, railway porter
McClements, G., grocer
McClenaghan, J., shoe maker
McCloskey, A., school teacher
McCloskey, A., car owner
McCloskey, A., cooper
McCloskey, B., tailor
McCloskey, Cassie, dress maker
McCloskey, H., teacher, Dernaflaw
McCloskey, Jas., grocer and tailor
McCloskey, James, sen., tailor
McCloskey, James, carter
McCloskey, John D., grocer
McCloskey, John R., farmer
McCloskey, John, postman
McCloskey, Maggie, newsagent
McCloskey, Miss, bonnet maker
McCloskey, Miss, teacher, Carn
McCloskey, Miss M., shirt factory
McCloskey, Mrs. Rose A., grocer
McCloskey, P., saddler
McCloskey, Patk., grocer
McCloskey, Rodger, postman
McCloskey, T., car driver
McCloskey, William, postman
McClosky, J., tailor
McCool, Mrs. A., pound keeper
McCormack, W., painter
McCormack, E., station master
McCoy, R., constable R.I.C.
McDermott, M., spirit merchant
McDonald, M., green grocer
McFarland, John, Fermiel
McFarlane, Mrs., draper
McFeely, James, lineman B.N.C.R.
McFetridge, Ben., mason
McGarry, L., draper, etc.
McGaugher, W., carter
McGaughey, T., teacher, Derrychrier
McGinity, P., constable R.I.C.
McIvor, Miss, teacher, Tergoland
McIvor, Miss, teacher, Ballymacallion
McKenna, B., shirt agent
McKenna, B., grocer
McKenna, B., spirit merchant
McLaughlin, James, grocer
McLaughlin, Mrs. dress maker
McLaughlin, Rev. C. C.
McLenaghan, W., car driver
McNickle, M., spirit dealer
McNulty, J., Arcade
McNulty, P., draper and spirit dealer
McReynolds, J., J.P., grocer
McReynolds, J., spirit merchant
McShane, Geo., railway porter
McVey, P., tailor

Nixon, A., coachman, Pellipar

Ogilby, Captain, D.L., Pellipar Hotel
Orr, M., school teacher
Osborne, E., J.P., Altmover

O'Brien, Rev. E., Boveva
O'Kane, John, Cluntageera
O'Kane, J., J.P., hotel
O'Kane, Miss, milliner
O'Kane, Miss E., boot shop
O'Neill, A., spirit merchant
O'Neill, James, shoe maker
O'Neill, Mrs., grocer

Patterson, J., footman, Pellipar
Pickett, G., blacksmith
Postan, Thomas, Manor House
Poston, R., grocer

Quigg, John, carpenter
Quinn, James, surface man

Rea, W. J., gardener, Pellipar
Ross, David, carpenter
Ross, J. A., N.T., Ballyhargan
Rutledge, Rev. C., Banagher

Scott, Andrew, postman
Scott, Marcus, postman
Scott, Miss Rachel, shirt factory
Semple, A., miller
Sheils, watch maker, Ovill
Smiley, T., carpenter
Smith, Miss Minnie, stationer
Smith, T., carter
Smyth, Rev. M.
Somers, J., cattle man
Steele, The Misses, dress makers
Stevenson, W. C., J.P., Knockan
Stewart, Isaac, classical teacher
Stewart, Mrs. T., grocer
Stewart, W., farm hand
Stitt, John, lodgings and refreshments

Temple, W., Bank House
Thompson, G., labourer
Thompson, J., car driver
Thompson, Rev. Samuel, Presbyterian minister of Scriggan

Walker, R., watch maker
Ward, Miss, Manor House
Warke, Samuel, baker
Warren, Rev. H. G., rector
Whyte, R., grocer, etc.
Williams, Mrs. H., shoe warehouse

Young, J. F., solicitor