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1901 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

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Ramelton   Randalstown   Raphoe   Rathfriland   Richhill   Rostrevor
Saintfield   Scarva   Shercock   Sixmilecross   Stewartstown   Strabane and Lifford   Strangford   Swanlinbar
Tandragee Toomebridge
(these pages are missing, I will do my best to get them eventually) Trillick (Co. Tyrone) (some) Kilskeery (Trillick)
Waringstown and Donaghcloney   Warrenpoint   Whitehead


This town is distant from Derry about twelve miles. The route is by the Lough Swilly Railway to Fahan Point, thence by steamer, which sails to and from Ramelton, calling at Rathmullan.  Ramelton is prettily situated on the River Lennon, and vessels of ten feet draught can come up Lough Swilly to the quays at high water.  The market day is Tuesday in each week.  Fairs are held for the sale of cattle, sheep, pigs, etc., on the 15th of each month.  The population numbers about 1,700

Solicitors - John Mallins, Robert T. Martin, John Mackey, S.C.S.
Auctioneers - James Coll, Wm. Speer, A. Hunter
Bankers - The Northern Banking Co. - A. J. McKisack, manager; J. Cherry, cashier
Civil Bill Officer - Samuel Cassidy


Church of Ireland - Incumbent, Rev. Canon Tyler; curate, ? McQuaide, B.A.; church wardens, J. Mallins and S. Goodwin
Presbyterian Church - First, Rev. W. D. Wallace, B.A,; Second, Rev. Alfred Torrens; Scot's Church, Rev. Robert Parke, B.A.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Thos. Slevin


Collector of Poor Rates - David Malseed
Commissioner for taking Affidavits - Alex. Mitchell
R.I. Constabulary - W. Watson, sergeant
Coroner - Robert Ramsay, solicitor
Dispensary and Fever Hospital - Dr. John Patterson, physician
Literary Association - President, Duke of Abercorn; vice-president, Rev. Canon Tyler; treasurer, A. Gamble, jun., secretary, D. Noble
Petty Sessions Clerk - Geo. Doherty
Postmaster - Alex. Mitchell
Registrar of Marriages - G. Doherty
Robertson's National School - Miss McMonagle, teacher
Ramelton National School, No. 1 - Mr. ward and Mrs. Stronge, teachers
Ramelton National Male and Female School, No. 2 - Mr. Dickey, master; Miss Lindsay, mistress
Bridge End National School - Miss Deny, teacher
Ladies' School - Vacant
English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire Offices - Agent, John Mackey, Sessional Crown Solicitor; Matthew Lindsay, Writing Clerk


Magistrates - Sir H. Stewart, Bart.; E. C. Mansfield, G. B. White, Alex. Mitchell, Jas. W. Fullerton, A. Gamble, M. Corry, J. A. Stewart, G. B. Butler, R.M., Ayr Hill, Ramelton
Relieving Officer - William Duffy
Stamp Office - Andrew Gamble, distributor


Bakers, Mrs. Kelly, J. Gallagher, Hugh Osborne, Matthew Curry

Butter Dealers:-
E. & C. Kelly
John Davidson
J. Patterson
J. Russell
Matthew Corry
W. J. McConnell
H. Osborne

Boot and Shoe Makers:-
John Hamilton
Thos. Algor
George Cathcart
W. Curry
John McDermott
James Russell
Robert Cathcart
Matthew Love

Boot and Shoe Shops:-
A. Gamble & Co.
M. Black
George B. White
John Patterson

Thomas Wilson
John Algoe
B. McElwee
James Murray

D. McCarron
John McCarron
C. Coll
W. McDaid
T. Payton

Carpenters and Cart Makers:-
Robert Greer
Wm. Duffy
Michael Toy
James Birney
Michael Doherty
John Thompson
Andrew Lindsay

China and Glass Dealers:-
David Heron
T. Gibbons
Martha Hunter

Coal Dealers:-
George B. White
A. Gamble & Co.
Charles Kelly
John Noble
W. Malseed
Wm. Russell
M. Corry

Doctor, John Patterson

Emigration Agents:-
A. Mitchell
A. Gamble & Co.
George B. White

Fish Mongers:-
B. McGroffy
Mrs. McDermott
Robert McDaid
J. Canny

Flax Dealers:-
Robert McDaid
G. B. White
J. W. Fullerton

Grain Dealers:-
E. & C. Kelly
Wm. James McConnell
G. B. White

D. Heron
Hugh Osborne
Donohoe Bros.
James Stewart
Miss H. Patton
Miss M. Patton
Wm. J. McConnell
J. Davidson
M. Corry
Jane Russell

Guano Merchants:-
A. Gamble & Co.
George B. White
W. J. McConnell
John Davidson

Hardware Dealers:-
Jas. & Jane Aicken
John Davidson
H. Osborne
Donohoe Bros.

Horse Shoers:-
J. Campbell
M. McElwee
Jas. Jacob
David White Jacob
Thomas McElwee

Hotel Keepers:-
Saml. Goodwin, Stewart Arms
Hugh O'Brien, Bryan Boyle

Leather and Hide Dealers:-
George B. White
Hugh Osborne

Lending Library, Mrs. Smith

Wm. Russell, Ballyare
E. & C. Kelly

Milliners and Dress Makers:-
Miss Pinkerton
A. Gamble & Co.
Mrs. John Patterson
Mrs. O'Rorke
Mrs. Kerr
Mrs. Murray

Mineral Water Manufacturer and Hop Bitter Brewer:-
Alex. Mitchell
W. Harrity

A. Gamble & Co.
J. Davidson

Old Clothes Dealers:-
John Hanlon

Organist and Music Teacher, R. H. Gibbon

Painters and Glaziers:-
Geo. Doherty
Thomas Milligan
Wm. Lafferty

Postcar Establishments:-
Stewart Arms Hotel
D. Harkin
Bernd. Boyle
Jas. Sweeney
H. O'Brien
John Murray

Public House Keepers:-
Bryan Boyle
Michael Keatings
H. O'Brien
P. Strain
B. McQuade
Jas. Swiney

T. Gibbons
Thomas Duggan
Alex. Porter

Steamboat Office, Geo. Verrent, agent

Summons Server, S. Cassidy

A. McConnell
John McTeague
Jas. Norry
James McTeague
A. Gamble & Co.

Timber Merchants:-
John Davidson
Donahoe Bros.

Watch Maker and Jeweller, David Robinson

Whitesmith, W. Herrity

Wine and Spirit Dealer, Chas. Mitchell

Woollen Drapers:-
Moses Black
A. Gamble & Co.
John Patterson

Young Men's Academy, J. Scott, The Mall

Young Men's Christian Association, President, Moses Torrens; secretary and treasurer, F. Mitchell


Aiken, Samuel, Ards
Black, Andrew, Ballylin
Black, Oliver, Ballylin
Crammond, J., Aughnish
Davison, Samuel, High Cairn
Davidson, David, Ardnaree
Davidson, Samuel, Ardnaree
Dunn, Francis, Ballylinn
Edwards, David, Ballgreen
Floyd, Andrew, Breaghy
Floyd, Nathaniel, The Bog
Fullerton, James W., Glencairn and Shelfield
Hamilton, John D., Ballyelly
Hamilton, R. A., Ballyelly
Hatrick, J., Castleshanaghan
Hunter, Andrew, New Mill
Malseed, Wm., Castleshanaghan
Speers, Thomas, Castleshanaghan
Sproule, Miss, Carnisk
Sterrit, John, Ballylinn
Sterrit, John, Ballgreen
Stevenson, John, Ballyare
Stevenson, William, Ballyare
Swiney, J. H., J.P., Moyagh
Torrens, M., Glenleary
Watt, James, Claragh
White, James G., Ramelton and Moyle


Is a brisk little market town in the County Antrim, 17 miles N.W. from Belfast (21 miles by road), and two miles north from the nearest point of Lough Neagh.  The River Maine is crossed at the entrance of the town by a stone bridge of nine arches, whence it pursues its course to Lough Neagh, through Shane's Castle park.  This magnificent park extends east and west for upwards of five miles through a richly wooded demesne "on Lough Neagh's banks," and is kindly thrown open to the public by its hospitable proprietor, Lord O'Neill, every Tuesday and Friday.  One of the finest inland golf links in Ireland is situated in this park, quite close to the town.  The course is over three miles in length.  On the banks of the Maine, adjoining the town, is situated the linen factory and bleachworks of the old Bleach Linen Company, of which Mr. C. J. Webb, J.P., was founder and principal proprietor.  The linen goods of this firm are widely known for their high quality and sound blend, attributable to the excellent bleaching quality of the water in the River Maine.  Petty Sessions are held on the first Monday in each month.  There are three Presbyterian Churches, a Wesleyan Methodist Church, a Roman Catholic Chapel, a spacious Courthouse, three National Schools, and one which is maintained at the expense of Lord O'Neill for the benefit of the children of his tenantry in the locality.  There is a Dispensary for the district.  The town is lighted by gas.  The Northern Banking Company have erected a spacious and handsome bank house for the transaction of business.  There is an extensive weekly market every Wednesday for flax, grain, pork, butter, meat, poultry, and eggs. One of the best grass seed markets in the North of Ireland is held here; and on the last Wednesday in each month a fair is held for the sale of cattle, sheep, pigs, and other farm produce; and, in addition to these, there are two fairs in the year - on the 16th July and 1st November.  Population in 1891, 847

Post Office - Miss Stevenson, sub-postmistress
Northern Bank - G. Waddel, manager, Bank House; John Fleming, cashier
Dispensary - David McKee, M.D., medical officer


Church of Ireland - Parish Church, Drummaul - Rev. Thomas H. Abrahall
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. Jas. E. Ferguson, M.A.; Second, Rev. Wm. Martin; Old Congregation, Rev. Joseph McKinstry
Wesleyan Methodist Church - Ministers various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. H. Boyle, P.P.


Abrahall, Rev. T. H., vicar
Adams, S., watch maker
Adger, John, saddler
Agnew, Nathaniel, pharmaceutical chemist
Armstrong, Francis, tailor

Barclay, Mrs., spirit dealer
Barnett, Thomas, grocer
Booth, Samuel, car owner

Campbell, Mrs., grocer
Carson, John, woollen draper
Connor, M., woollen draper
Connor, Mary, grocer
Corry, Robert, assistant surveyor, Co. Antrim
Craig, T., surveyor
Craig, Richard T., rate collector and auctioneer
Crooks, R., grocer and hardware merchant

Doran, James, school teacher

English and Scottish Law and Life and Phoenix Fire Office - Agents, C. M. Teggart, J.P., Thornhill
Ewing, James, carpenter and builder

Ferguson, Rev. James E., Neilsbrook
Fleming, James, butcher
French, Charles, Temperance Hotel

Gibson, J. K., M.D.
Gilbert, the Misses, grocers
Gunn, John, butcher

Hanna, Samuel, woollen draper
Hannan, Charles, spirit dealer
Hurrel, John, butcher

Johnston, Robert S. G., Laurel Lodge

Kelly, Patrick, saddler
Kirby, Mrs.

Marks, Hugh, grocer and petty sessions clerk
Millon, Miss, dress maker
Moorehead, James
Mundell, James, shoe maker
Murphy, Reilly, grocer
McAuley, Arthur
McAuley, Donald, hotel and posting establishment
McCashin, James, grocer
McDonnell, Michael, J.P., surgeon
McFadden Bros., grocers
McFadden, Hugh, grocer and seed merchant
McIlroy, Henry
McKee, David, M.D., physician and surgeon
McKinstry, Rev. J., The Manse
McKittrick, Mrs., draper
McManus, H., & Sons, steam sawing and joinery mills and builders
McNally, Charles, grocer and spirit dealer
McNally, James, shoe maker and leather merchant
McWilliams, W. J., grocer

Neeson, Miss, grocer
Nimmo, James, grocer
Nimmons, Robert, shoe maker and leather merchant
Noble, Mrs., grocer

O'Kane, Bernard, grocer and spirit dealer
O'Neill, The Right Hon. Lord, Shane's Castle

Pearson, George, grocer and auctioneer
Picken, James, M.D., Hazelbank

Smyrl, Wm., Farmers' Hotel and posting establishment
Smyth, Robert
Smyth, William, grocer and hardware
Swan, Thomas, grocer and weigh master

Walker, W. A., school teacher
Warden, Robert, grocer
Webb, H. W., J.P., The Inns
Webb, Mrs., Knockvarre
Weir, Mrs., grocer

Young, George L., J.P., agent for Shane's Castle Estate, Millmount


Bell, W. J., Mainview
Craig, John, French Park
Winters, James, Lurganwest
Kerr, John, Duneden
Kynes, Henry, Hermitage
O'Kane, James, Ballygrooly
Pearson, David, Clonboys
Smith, D. & J., Hollybrook
Speedy, Henry, Cloverhill


Raphoe is a fair and market town, situated twelve miles from Londonderry, six from Strabane, seven from Stranorlar, and ten from Letterkenny.  The weekly market, which is held on Saturday, is well supplied with oats, pork, butter and eggs.  The fairs are held on the first Saturday after 11th January, February, March, April, July, September, October, and December; also, on 1st May, 22nd June, 27th August, and 4th November.  These fairs are among the best in Ulster.  The population of the town is about 950.  The town has improved considerably within the last few years; many of the small houses have been removed, and new and substantial structures have been erected in the town, while some of the older buildings have been very much improved in their general appearance.  The First Presbyterian Church in Meetinghouse Street, the Second in The Diamond, and the neat Roman Catholic Chapel on the Convoy Road, are recent erections. The Cathedral of St. Eunan, which is also the Parish Church, is supposed to have been founded in 565.  It is a plain building, of cruciform shape, with a square tower about 100 feet high at the west end, built by Bishop Foster in 1738.  The church is one of the oldest in Ireland, and contains interesting specimens of the most ancient ecclesiastical architecture.  The present energetic incumbent contemplates restoring the original design.  There is a prosperous Literary Society, connected with the town, which was established in the year 1858.  The town owes its prosperity chiefly to the fact of its being places in the centre of a rich and fertile district, where farming operations are carried out on an extensive scale.  Raphoe was distinguished in the Irish Rebellion in 1641, when the town was burnt down by the rebels, and the inhabitants obliged to seek shelter in the Castle (at that time the residence of the Bishop), which was besieged for sixty-three days.  The rebels having raised the siege, the besieged, led by Bishop Leslie, sallied forth and pursued them to Battleburn, near the boundary of the parish, where they were defeated with great slaughter; and again, in the troublous times of 1798, when the loyal inhabitants, under Bishop Hawkins, signalised themselves in many instances in crushing the rebellion in this part of the country.  A neat obelisk, erected to the memory of the Protestants of this period, stands in the Bishop's demesne at Raphoe.  The Raphoe Royal School was founded by grant of Charles I. (1627) to the Archbishop of Armagh.  The house is a very fine building, in thorough repair, well fitted for the accommodation of sixty boarders.  It is situated near the demesne occupied by the Bishop of Raphoe, before the See was united to Derry.  The endowment is £220 per annum.  The traditions of the school are highly respectable.

Postmaster - J. J. MacCleary
Stamp Office - Distributor, B. Hamilton
Magistrates - R. G. Montgomery, D.L., Convoy; T. B. Stoney, Oakfield Park; John S. Weir, Carrickbrack, Convoy; W. Gallagher, Castlefin; Jas. Brolly, Ballymunster
Petty Sessions Clerk - Thomas Thompson
Commissioner for taking Affidavits in the Superior Courts - B. Hamilton
Collector of Poor Rates - James Magee, Ballybofey
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - Wm. E. MacFeeters, M.D.; deputy registrar, Thomas Hamilton
Poor-Law Guardians - Joseph Roulston, and J. McFeeters


Raphoe Cathedral - Rector, Robert Millar
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. Saml. Meek, M.A.
Second Presbyterian Church - Rev. Jas. Craig Wallace, M.A.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. P. Kelly, P.P.; Rev. P. Coyle, C.C.


The Northern Banking Company Ltd. - Manager, Thomas Stewart; cashier, Mr. H. G. Ray
Dispensary - Medical Officer, Dr. William E. McFeeters; Chairman of Committee, Duke of Abercorn; Vice-Chairman, B. Hamilton; Hon. Sec., Wm. McClintock
Educational Institutions - Royal School - Principal, P. J. Bain; Episcopal National School - James Gillespie, teacher; Presbyterian National School - Mr. Wm. Dunn, teacher; Roman Catholic National School - Mr. Furey, teacher; Female National School - Mrs. B. Sweeney, teacher
Literary Institution - Treasurer, Mr. Thos. Stuart; Secretary, J. Moffatt; Librarian, John Moffatt


Agricultural Implement Maker, J. Cather

Bakers, C. McCormick, J. C. King

Blacksmiths, James Cather, Wm. McShane

Boot and Shoe Merchants, -Matthew Irwin

Boot and Shoe Makers, R. T. White, John MacFeeters, Samuel Craig

Boot and Shoe Merchants, Matthew Irwin, ?

Builders, James Baird and Andrew Thompson

Butchers, Michael Patton, John Duffy and Patrick Duffy

Butter and Egg Merchants, W. F. Bigger, Matthew Irwin, H. Lecky, Thomas Hayes, James Russell

Cabinet Makers, Matthew Mitchell, Andrew Thompson

Carpenters, James Baird, M. Lindsay, Charles Parker, James Thompson

Carriers or Carmen, B. McElhinney, Jas. McDaid, J. Rodgers & Sons

Cattle dealers, H. Carland, John Carland, Peter McCool, Owen O'Hagan, John Hayes, Michael Patton

Delf, Glass and China Warehouses, Thomas Hamilton and Matthew Irwin

Dressmakers ,  Miss O'Hagan, Mrs. McShane, John Moffatt, M. and J. Ewing, Miss McFeeters, James Duncan

Emigration Agents, Thomas Hamilton, H. Coyle & Co., J. G. MacCleary

English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire Office, Agent, James Duncan, Draper

Fowl Dealers, John Stevenson, Hugh Stevenson

Grocers, Thomas Hamilton, J. C. King, Jos. Roulston, John Craig, Matthew Irwin, J. G. MacCleary, James Tinney, C. McCormick, George L. Craig, Coyle & Co., Mrs. H. Carland, John Devine & Co., and Andrew Henderson

Hardware Merchants, Thomas Hamilton, J. C. King

Herring and Dried Fish, Thos. Hayes, Mrs. McDevitt

Hotels, Thos. A. Holmes, Joseph Roulston, James Green

Leather Merchants, J. MacFeeters, R. T. White and Samuel Craig

Loan Fund, Treasurer, R. G. Montgomery, J.P.; clerk, Robert Craig

Meal and Flour Dealers, Thomas Hamilton, J. C. King, Matthew Irwin, Joseph Roulston, J. G. MacCleary, C. McCormick, George H. Coyle & Co,. Mrs. H. Carland

Milliners, Miss Lowry, Miss O'Hagan, John Moffatt, James Duncan and T. & J. Ewing

Nailor, Miles McPartlin

Newsagent, Matthew Irwin

Painter and Glazier, Edward McCosker

Phoenix Fire Office, Agent, James Duncan, William Street

Photographer, Edward McCosker

Posting Establishments, B. Hamilton, Joseph Roulston, Wm. Lapslie, O. O'Hagan, Edward Lapslie, James Laird, John Craig

Process Server, James Turner

Public houses, Owen O'Hagan, C. McCormick, James Laird, John Craig, Mrs. C. McLoughlin, Jas. McCool, Jas. Cather, William Tinney, John Devine & Co.

Registration Agent, John Woods, William Street

Saddlers, Wm. Russell, Alex. Baxter

Seedsmen, Thomas A. Holmes, J. C. King and Joseph Roulston

Solicitors, David Wilson, W. P. Moody, James Toner

Stationers, Thos. Hamilton, Matthew Irwin, J. G. MacCleary

Sun Fire and Life Offices, Agent, Thomas A. Holmes, Hotel

Tailors, T. Hamilton, A, Curran, John McGeehan

Timber and Iron Merchants, Thomas Hamilton, J. C. King

Traction Engine, John Rodgers & Sons

Watchmaker and Jeweller, J. J. Barclay

Woollen drapers, C Porter, John McGregor, J. Moffatt, J. Duncan, Miss O'Hagan, T. & J. Ewing


Blackburn, William, Burnside, Raphoe
Blair, James, Broadlea, Raphoe
Colhoun, Josias, Scottstown, Raphoe
Craig, Robert, Ballyholey, Raphoe
Craig, Samuel, Broadlea, Raphoe
Dickey, ?, J.P., Carnone, Raphoe
Douglas, John, D.L., Ardvarnock, Raphoe
Hamilton, Thomas, Coolaghey, Raphoe
Harper, Cochrane, Greenhill, Raphoe
Harper, Daniel, The grove, Raphoe
Holmes, James, Braehead, Raphoe
Holmes, Robert, Creggan, Raphoe
Holmes, Samuel, Creggan, Raphoe
Houston, Samuel, Beltony, Raphoe
Irwin, George, Carnone, Raphoe
Jack, Andrew, Ballyholey, Raphoe
Kincaid, W. F., Ballyholey, Raphoe
Laird, David, Burnside, Raphoe
Laird, Francis, Braehead, Raphoe
Laird, John, Shanagh, Raphoe
Laird, Wm., Lismontigley, Raphoe
Lowry, Andrew, Coolaghey, Raphoe
Lowry, Andrew, Argrey, Raphoe
Lowry, William A., Argrey, Raphoe
Mills, James, Burnside, Raphoe
Miller, William, Burnside, Raphoe
McClintock, Wm., Magherahee, Raphoe
Porter, Robert, Tops, Raphoe
Roulston, James, Tops, Raphoe
Roulston, Joseph, Gortaquigley, Raphoe
Russell, Richard, Dawnback, Raphoe
Russell, William. Braehead, Raphoe
Scott, T., Argrey, Raphoe
Sheldon, Robert, Magherasolis, Raphoe
Sheldon, W. A., Magheranis, Raphoe
Smith, Wm., Argrey, Raphoe
Snodgrass, Wm., Cottown, Raphoe
Stoney, T. B., J.P., Oakfield, Raphoe
Weir, John S., J.P., Carrickbrack, Raphoe
Wilson, James, The Tops, Raphoe
Wilson, R. C., The Tops, Raphoe
Wilson, Wm., The Tops, Raphoe
Witherow, James, Ardvarnock, Raphoe
Wray, James H., Ballyholey, Raphoe


Is a market town in County Down, thirty-four miles S.S.W. from Belfast, situated between Newry and Downpatrick; it stands on the acclivities of a hill, and consists of seven principal streets, which radiate downward from a tolerably spacious square towards the eight roads which surround its base.  The summit of the hill, which commands an extensive view of the surrounding country, is crowned by the ruins of an old castle, anciently one of the fortified residences of the Magenises, Lords of Iveagh, and it is from it that Lord Iveagh takes his title.  The Market-house is in the square, in the upper part of which a Petty Sessions Court is held the first Friday in every month.  The Parish Church of Drumgath is a small neat edifice with a tower.  There are three Presbyterian Churches, to each of which a Lecture Hall is attached, and also places of worship for the Covenanters and Society of Friends, Methodists, and Roman Catholics.  The charitable establishments are public schools for children of both sexes, and a dispensary.  The general flax and other markets are held on Wednesday, the pork market on Tuesday, and the grain markets are held on Tuesday and Saturday, and the fairs are on the first Wednesday of every month.  Population in 1891, 1,461

Post Office - Frederick Wilson, postmaster


Church of Ireland, Church Street - Rev. J. Buchanan, rector
First Presbyterian Church, Newry Street - Rev. Jas. Wilson, LL.D.; Second - Newry Street, Rev. T. J. Harrison; Third - Newry Street, rev. G. T. Cooper
Wesleyan Methodist Church, Church Street - Ministers various
Covenanting Church, Castle Street - Rev. J. T. Potts
Friends' Meeting-house - Newry Street
Baptist Meeting-house - Downpatrick Street
Roman Catholic Chapel, Newry Street - Rev. T. Gallery, P.P.; rev. J. Grant, C.C.


Branch of Belfast Bank, Church Street - Edward Taylor, manager; S. J. Rea, sub-manager; - Parkinson, cashier; J. Boyd, clerk
Branch of Hibernian Bank - A. Palmer, manager; - Geoghegan, cashier
Gas Works - J. Watson, secretary
Dispensary, Main Street - Dr. Elliott, physician, surgeon, and apothecary
Rathfriland Sabbath School Union Library - S. Rea, librarian
Young Men's Christian Association, John Street - D. Murphy, secretary
National Schools, Newry Street and Commons
Petty Sessions Office, Market Street - W. Fegan, clerk


Adams, D., hardware, grocer and provision merchant
Anderson, William, farmer, Aughnavallog
Annett & Son, drapers

Barron-Newell, Mrs., Kinghill House
Bell, David, grocer
Bell, David, farmer, Lurgancahone
Bell, J., barber
Bell, R., painter
Bell, Robert, farmer, Kiltariff
Bell, William, grocer
Bell, William, tailor and draper
Bell, W., emigration agent and publican
Benagh, S., seed merchant
Bennet, John, fruiterer
Bingham, John, Tullyquilly
Bingham, J., publican
Bingham, R., shoemaker and leather store
Bingham, W. J., shoe maker
Brady, H. G., draper
Brady, Robt., Kiltariff
Brooks Bros., publicans
Bruce, William, brick maker and brick layer
Bullock, Isaac, blacksmith
Burns, E., china merchant

Campbell, S., delph merchant
Cantley, David, builder
Cantley, George, shoe maker
Cantley, Samuel, farmer, Aughnavallog
Carr, John, manager gas works
Carroll, Joseph, solicitor
Carson, Thomas, farmer and cow keeper, Tullyquilly House
Charleton, Rev. W., Cavan House
Clydesdale, A., general smith
Cochrane, S., shoe maker
Conor, P., flax and seed merchant
Copeland, Alex., farmer and carter
Corbett, R., J.P., mill owner and grain merchant
Cowan, S. E., grocer
Cromie, A., mill owner
Cromie, James, farmer, Drumgreenan
Cromie, John M., farmer, Drumdrinagh
Cromie, Samuel, farmer, Drumgreenan
Cromie, Samuel, farmer, Aughnavallog
Cromie, T., saddler
Crooks, R., grocer
Cupples, W., tailor and draper

Dalzell, D., carpenter and contractor
Dalzell, Hugh, farmer, Aughnavallog
Davidson, Alexander, R.D.C., draper and car owner
Davidson, Joseph, poor law officer
Davison, Samuel, farmer, Drumnascamph
Deaney, J., cabinet maker
Depoe, R., car owner
Dixon, Mrs., Temperance Hotel
Dickson, James, farmer, Ballygorianmore
Douay, J., coach builder and publican
Downey, A., butcher
Downey, D., publican
Downey, F., butcher
Downey, Lawrence, publican
Downey, L., general dealer
Doyle, James, J.P., Closkelt

Edgar, William, tailor
Elliott, Dr., dispensary medical officer
English and Scottish Law Life Office, Agents, Jas. Watson, draper; Samuel Annett, draper; William Fegan, C.P.S.
Ervine, John, Ballymagna

Fegan, John, Kiltariff Hall
Fegan, William, P.S.C.
Fegan, John, R.D.C., Kiltariff Hall
Fitzpatrick, O., grain merchant
Fitzpatrick, P., grocer and publican
Foster, Joseph, leather merchant
Fryar & McSpadden, solicitors

Gartlan, Mrs., Cabra House
Gibson, Wm., J.P., Drumdonald
Gillespie, J. H.
Graham, Alex., farmer, Drumlough
Graham, Mrs., draper
Graham, R. S., publican
Grant, E., draper
Grant, Felix, grocer

Hanna Alex., grocer and provision merchant
Hanna, David, grocer and provision merchant
Harbinson, John, farmer, Grallagh
Harbinson, Joseph, farmer, Grallagh
Harbinson, Robert, farmer, Grallagh
Harbinson, W., farmer, Tullyquilly
Harbinson, W., farmer, Granshaw
Hardy, Miss, publican
Hart, Miss, dress maker
Hart, Mrs.
Hart, William, farmer, Aughnavallog
Harvey, Rev. J., Kiltariff
Harvey, William, farmer, Aughnavallog
Haslett, Mrs.
Henning, James, grocer, Cavan
Henning, T., grocer
Heron, Dr., J.P., coroner
Heron, James, car owner, Ballyroney
Heron, John, farmer, Tierfergus
Heron, J., grocer
Heron, R., grocer
Heslip, Mrs., leather store
Heslip, W., hardware merchant
Heslop, S., hardware merchant
Hillis, Robert, farmer, Tieragorey
Hudson, R. J., newsagent, stationer and cycle agent, auctioneer and valuator
Hutchinson, R., seed merchant

Ingram, John, grocer
Ingram, Samuel, farmer, Tierkelly
Ingram, Samuel, farmer, Ballyroney
Irwin, J., coal merchant and grocer

Johnston, J. B., auctioneer and hemstitching office
Johnston, Miss, hotel proprietor
Johnston, S., emigration agent and publican
Johnstone, Mrs., publican
Johnstone, R., clerk of markets
Johnstone, William, grocer

Kerr, J. K., farmer, Hinchago
King, M., boot and shoe maker
Kirk, A., emigration agent and publican
Kirk, Francis, farmer, Aughnavallog
Kirk, J., Springfield
Kirk, Marmaduke, Aughnavallog
Knox, R., farmer, Tierkelly
Knox, Stewart, farmer, Tierkelly

Lawson, Mrs., grocer
Lawson, R., carpenter
Lawson, S., grocer, Ardarragh
Logan, Rev. J., Lessize House
Lowry, Edward, J.P.
Lowry, J., publican, Market Square
Lowry, Mrs., The Commons
Lutton, R., grocer
Lyons, Alexander, farmer, Tullyquilly
Lyons, John, farmer, Tullyquilly
Lyons, Samuel, farmer, Ballycashone

Maginn, James, publican
Maginn, Mrs., fruiterer and greengrocer
Maginn, P., general dealer and publican
Martin, Mrs. H., boarding house
May, Dr., J.P.
Minnis, D.
Mitchell, John, farmer, Grallagh
Moffett, J., seed merchant
Moore, E., leather merchant
Morgan, Mrs.
Morrison, Dr.
Morrison, J., provision merchant
Mulligan, Alex., J.P., chairman, R.D.C., Katesbridge
Murnin, B. & J., publicans
Murphy, Alexander, tailor
Murphy, D., grocer and provision dealer
Murphy, John
Murphy, John, process server
Murphy, John L.
Murphy, Wm., brick maker
Murphy, William, estate bailiff

McAleary, Miss, dress maker
McAleavey, J., R.D.C., publican and grocer
McAlinden, J., butcher
McAnuff, J., tailor
McAnuff, Miss, dress maker
McArdle, M., fruiterer and green grocer
McAuley, Miss, dress maker
McAvoy, Dr.
McAvoy, J., emigration agent and publican
McAvoy, P., mill owner
McAvoy, P., grocer
McCaughey, P., publican and grocer
McCauley, David, grocer and hemstitching agent, Drumdonald
McClenehan, J. M., C.C., J.P.
McComb, Francis, farmer, Ballygorian
McConville, H., publican
McConville, P., dealer
McCourt, Dr.
McCready, John, farmer, Drumnascamph
McCrum, S., farmer, Lessize
McDowell, Joseph, Knock House
McDowell, Robert, J.P., Knock House
McDowell, Robert James, Edengarry House
McGloughlin, J. T., J.P., mill owner
McGrath, Mary, grocer
McIlroy, Mrs., grocer and hemstitching agent, Katesbridge
McIlroy, William, Lessize
McIlvenny, John, car owner
McKay, John, Cabra Towers, Cabra, Newry
McKee, David, farmer, Drumnascamph
McKnight, Robert
McMurray, J., grocer
McNeill, Mrs., grocer
McNeilly, A., grocer, Banfield
McPolin, J., tinsmith
McPolin, P., publican
McPolin, James, grocer, Cabra

Nelson, Mrs., Castle Hill
Nesbitt, Joseph, car owner
Nesbitt, Robert, Drumdrinagh House

O'Hagan, Miss, publican
O'Neill, J., district inspector R.I.C.
Osborne, J., grocer and hemstitching office
Oswald, Rev. R., rector, Drumballyroney

Park, John, jun., grocer and hardware merchant
Park, J., sen., coal, hardware and seed merchant
Peters, Samuel, publican
Phoenix Fire Office, Agent, J. C. Wray, Belfast Bank
Price, John, cattle dealer

Rea, Samuel, farmer, Drumdinagh (Drumdrinagh)
Rea, S. W. J., Cavan
Reavey, P., blacksmith and car owner
Riley, Miss, dress maker
Ronan, Wm., J.P., Kinghill
Ross, Alexander, farmer, Aughnavallog
Ross, John, painter
Ross, Joseph, farmer, Rosconnor
Rowan, Alex., sewing agent
Rowan, Hugh, grocer
Ryan, A., fruiterer

Scott, R., shoe maker and clog maker
Shannon, Thomas, chemist and druggist
Sheppard, Rev. W., Ballyroney
Shieran, J., publican
Shilliday, James, farmer, Cavan
Shilliday, Wm., farmer, Cavan
Sloan, James, watchmaker
Spiers, Andw., grocer, Clanmaghery
Spiers, Moses, hardware merchant and grocer
Spiers, Samuel J., farmer, Clanmaghery
Stevenson, R., engineer and motor car expert, Ballyromey
Stewart, Alex., J.P., R.D.C.S, Reuhan Bridge
Stewart Bros., cattle dealers, Reuhan Bridge
Stewart, F., grocer
Stewart, John, farmer, Seafin
Stewart, Joseph, farmer, Ballyroney
Stewart, Mrs., farmer, Drumdrinagh
Stewart, R., saddler
Stranaghan, David, M.R.C.V.S., veterinary surgeon
Swan, Miss, Grallagh House

Thompson, J., draper
Thomson, S., grocer
Toman, John, J.P., auctioneer, agent for Great Northern Railway
Toman, S., publican and grocer
Torney, H.
Torney, Mrs., grocer
Trimble, John, plasterer and slater
Trimble, John, Shinn
Trimble, Joseph, plasterer and slater
Trimble, Miss, dress maker
Trimble, Mrs.., grocer

Walsh, J., grocer
Walsh, William, grocer, Lenish
Watson, John, grocer
Watson, James, draper
Watson, R., chemist and druggist
Waugh, Mrs., Drumdrinagh
Webb, E., watchmaker
Weir, James, farmer, Cross
Weir. William, engineering and farming implement works, Ballyroney and Rathfriland
Wilson, D., grocer, coal and seed merchant and mill owner
Wilson, F., postmaster
Wilson, Wm., agent for Lipton
Wright, Archibald, farmer, Aughnavallog
Wright, Mrs., dressmaker
Wright, Thomas, baker
Wright, William, farmer, Drumnascamph
Wright, William, farmer, Cavan
Wylie, Andw., coal and hardware merchant
Wylie, J., seed merchant, The Grove

Young, Robert, Ballyroney
Young & Co., drapers


Is a post town in County Armagh, and about five miles E. by N. from Armagh; situated on the River Tailwater, in the heart of a rich agricultural and populous district; interested also deeply in the linen manufacture.  There is a station of the Great Northern Railway about one mile from the town, and also a station two miles distant at Hamilton's Bawn, on the branch line from Newry to Armagh.  There are five places of worship in the village - Church of Ireland, Presbyterian, Independent, Methodist, Society of Friends.  A Good Templar's Hall has been erected, in which public meetings are allowed to be held.  Population in 1891, 490


Church of Ireland - Incumbent, Rev. H. W. St. Saviours; Rev. W. Jones, Kilmore
Presbyterian - Minister, Rev. John Deans
Methodist - Minister, Rev. C. S. Greaves
Congregationalist - Minister, Rev. Hugh Brown

Magistrates - F. J. Best, Cushenard House, Richhill; James Hobson, Greenfield House. Kilmore, Richhill; Major Stronge, Hockly Lodge, Armagh
Dispensary - Medical Officer, Dr. Tate, Richhill
R.I. Constabulary - Sergeant Richardson
Post Office - Postmaster, D. W. Kane
Loan Company's Office - Managers, Messrs. Best & Sons
National Schools - No. 1, teacher, T. J. McKittrick;  No. 2, teacher, Miss Atkinson
Course Lodge Asylum - Wm. and Jas. Orr, owners


Allely, Miss, teacher, Ballyloughan N.S., Richhill

Barclay, Mrs. Jane
Benson, Thos., furniture manufacturer

Callaghan, Samuel, publican, Stone Bridge, Richhill
Cherry, J., draper

Dodds, Henry, postman and shoe maker

Griffiths, Dr., The Castle, Richhill

Halligan, William, grocer
Hardy, Martha, tanner
Hoy, W. G., grocer and publican

Jackson, John, grocer and hardware merchant

Kane, D. W., grocer, funeral undertaker, iron and coal stores
Kennedy, George, publican

Lamb Bros., jam manufacturers, Fruitfield, Richhill
Lamb, Richard, grocer, egg and poultry dealer, Wheatfield, Portadown
Lavery, J., station master
Loney, Morrison, furniture manufacturer

McAnally, John, cattle dealer
McDonagh, Thomas, blacksmith
McMahon, Wm., teacher, Ballinahinch N.S., Richhill
McNally, Edward, cattle dealer
McNally, George, cattle dealer

Nesbitt, George, marine stores

Rountree, Wm. John, furniture manufacturer

Spiers, Rev. N., C.C., Stone Bridge, Richhill

Tipping, Miss, teacher, Mulladry N.S., Richhill
Towell, Joseph, wholesale furniture manufacturer, grocer, etc.

Wilson, Charles, Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Wilson, Charles, watch and clock repairer
Wilson, Robert, cabinet maker


Albin, James, Rockmacraney
Albin, John, Rockmacraney, Richhill
Albin, Robert, Rockmacraney

Best, F. J., Richhill
Best, Jacob B., Richhill
Best, William, Richhill
Blakley, Wm., Rockmacraney
Boyce, Elisha, Corcreevy
Boyce, R. G., Sandyvale, Richhill

Callaghan, Samuel, Stonebridge, Richhill
Chapman, Absolam, Drumnahuncheon
Chapman, John, Mulladry
Clinton, Robert, Mulladry
Connor, Joseph, Liskyboro

Davidson, William, Cloughan

Finnegan, G., Drumnahuncheon
Finigan, Geo., road contractor, Drumnahuncheon, Richhill

Hall, Richard, Ballinahinch
Halligan Bros., Annarea, Richhill
Hardy, Thomas H., Richhill
Hewitt, Mark, Kilmore
Hewitt, S. J., Crewcat, Richhill
Hewitt, W. J., Ballyleaney
Hobson, James, Kilmore, Richhill
Hutchinson, John, Cloughan, Richhill
Hutchinson, John, Cloughan
Hutchinson, John, Liskyboro

Irwin, Johnston, Shewis

Jackson, David, Mulladry
Jackson, Steenson, Mulladry
Jenkinson, Abraham, Cloughan
Johnston, George, Kilmore
Johnston, Irwin, Shewis
Johnston, John, Rockmacraney
Johnston, Joseph, McCantrim, Richhill
Johnston, Rev. Richard, Kilmore, Richhill
Johnston, Wm., Corcreevy

Kane, D. W., Richhill

Lamb, C. B., Fruitfield, Richhill
Lamb, John, Mullaletra, Richhill scythe-stone quarries
Lamb, Richard, farmer, poultry, and egg dealer, Wheatfield, Portadown
Loney, James, Corcreevy
Loney, Thomas, Crewcat, Richhill
Loney, William, fruit dealer, Likaborough, Richhill

Magowan, R., Richhill
Meares, George, Cloughan

McAllister, George, Cavan
McAllister, James, Cavan
McCallister, William, Cavan
McMahon, Mary, Kilmore

Orr, Wm. & James, The Retreat, Richhill

Redmond, A. W., Moss Park House, Richhill
Riddall, Walter, Richhill
Rountree, Robt., Mulladry, Richhill
Running, Wm., Woodview, Armagh

Scott, Francis, Cloughan, Richhill
Singleton, Major, Liskyboro
Singleton, Wilson, Mullalelish, Richhill
Sintons, The Misses, Greenmount, Richhill
Stothers, Wilson, Cavan

Troughton, John, Mullalelish, Richhill
Troughton, Thos., Drumard Jones
Troughton, Thos., Drumardjones, Richhill

Walker, James, Mulladry, Richhill
Walker, Samuel, farmer and tailor, Ballyleaney
Wilson, Edward, Richhill
Wilson, Wm., Annahill, Richhill
Wright, James, Mulladry, Richhill
Wright, Robert, Hockly, Armagh


Is a beautiful watering place in the County Down, nearly two miles distant east from Warrenpoint, and similarly situated as Warrenpoint, for Rostrevor is completely sheltered from the east winds by the mountains, and thus as advantageous place, in pony of climate, for invalids, and particularly recommended for persons afflicted with pulmonary disorders.  The village is delightfully seated on a gentle declivity, which rises from a little cove of Carlingford Lough, and commands beautiful views of the woods, mountains, and waters of the lough's basin.  Mr. Inglis, in noticing Rostrevor, says it is "one of the most beautiful spots in Ireland."  The Mourne Hotel is beautifully situated on the main road between Warrenpoint, Rostrevor, and Newcastle, and commands unrivalled views of mountain scenery, which are unsurpassed for grandeur by any in Ireland.  The hotel is surrounded by its own ornamental grounds, flower, gardens, lawns, and commands views of Carlingford Lough and mountains on the one side, with the charming Slieve Ban mountain and wood on the other.  There is also the Woodside Hotel.  In addition to the above hotels there is also the long established Rostrevor Hotel.  South of the town stands a handsome stone monument, erected to the memory of the late General Ross, who fell while leading his troops to victory at Bladensburg, in America.  The trade in Rostrevor is trifling except the extensive bleachgreens belonging to Messrs. Martin & Company, and the Forrestbrook Spinning Company.  The Church of Ireland forms a conspicuous object to the quiet aspect of the place.  There are also a Presbyterian Church and a Roman Catholic chapel.  Fairs - Third Tuesday in each month.  The village is connected with Warrenpoint by an excellent tramway.  It is well supplied with water from the Glen stream, which comes direct from the mountains which overhang the village.  Population in 1891, 660

Post Office, Miss McNeilly, postmistress
Dispensary - T. Agmondisham Vesey, M.B., medical officer
Friendly Girls' Home - New building


Church of Ireland, Kilroney - Rev. W. C. Barker, Canon
Presbyterian Church - Rev. T. Morgan, B.A.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Matthew Lynch, P.P., and Rev. P. Doyle, C.C.


Bannister, J., Ballymoney
Barker, Rev. W. C., M.A., The Vicarage
Beggs, Mrs., Church Street
Bell, R., bar man
Bell, Wm., Synite Place
Boyd, Miss, Woodside Cottage

Calvert, Miss, Roxburgh Place
Calvert, Mrs., Ranfurly Cottage
Calvert, Wm., Roxboro Cottage
Campbell, Mrs. A., Rosetta
Canning, Hon. A. S. G., The Lodge
Cole, John, coal merchant
Coulter, Constable, Synite Place
Crawford, Mrs., spirit dealer and hardware establishment
Crawley, J., Forrest Brook

Dawson, Major, Rosina Cottage
Douglas, Miss, Glenview Terrace
Douglas, Mrs., Bellevue, Killowen
Doyle, Miss, draper, Bridge Street
Doyle, Rev. P., C.C.
Dunn, Bernard, auctioneer and draper
Dunn, D., farmer
Durant, Edward, Studley

Emerson, Miss, Southview
Emerson, R., Southview, estate agent
English and Scottish Law Life Office, W. J. Watson, J.P., Belle venn

Fearon, J. A., spirit dealer

Gilchriest, Mrs., fancy warehouse
Gillespie, John, Cloughmore
Goodwin, Henry, posting establishment
Graham, Hugh, mill manager
Grant, Mrs., West View
Grills, Thos., carpenter, Synite Place
Gwynne, Jas. D., farmer, Drumreagh
Gwynne, Wm. J., farmer, Drumreagh

Hall, Major Rodger, Greenpark
Halligan, Miss, Southview
Hay-of-Park, Lady, St. Bruna's Terrace
Hillis, Mrs., Church Street
Horner, Francis, J.P., Strathmore
Houston, Mrs., May Cottage
Hughes, Arthur, Central Hotel
Hughes, Thos., St. Bruna's

Innes, Miss, The Anchorage
Irwin, James, grocer
Irwin, Mrs., milliner

Kea?y, Mrs., Southview (Keary?)
Kennedy, Rev., West View
Kilmorey, Earl of, Mourne Park, Kilkeel

Laye, Mrs., Baymount
Lemon, ?, Cozey Lodge
Leslie, C. E. T., Killowen
Lightbody, N., builder

Mahood, Samuel, painter
Malcolm, Miss, milliner
Martin, David, J.P., Leacain
Matthews, Andrew, farmer, Killowen
Maxwell, N. R., Lisnarran
Milligen, Mrs., The Craig
Moffat, Hugh, farmer, Killowen
Morgan, M., postman, Church Street
Morgan, Rev. Thomas, The Manse
Mourne Hotel - L. Booth, manager
Murray, Miss, Belmont Villas

McAnulty, Mrs., Fair View
McBride, Avoca Terrace
McBride, Mrs., Rock End Cottage
McBrien, P., Crystal Hotel
McCain, Mrs., Glenview Terrace
McCartney, ?, grocer, Synite Place
McCullough, David, grocer, hotel
McFarland, James, Seapoint, bank manager
McNeilly, Mrs., Avoca Terrace
McNeilly, Robert, Roxburgh Place

Norton, A., Cloonearin
Norton, J. C., Fairy Hill
Nugent, Major, Knockbarragh Park

Orme, Mrs., Ranfurly
O'Learey, Mrs., Glenmore Hotel

Palmer, W., Belmont Villas
Phoenix Fire Office, Agents, William Shaw, W. J. Watson, Belle venn

Ramadge, Misses, Woodhouse
Richards, E., Arnos Vale
Ross-of-Bladensberg, Lieutenant-Colonel, Rostrevor House

Shannon, J., Ashton
Shaw, Wm., post office
Sinton, D. C., family grocer
Sinton, R., Mountain View
Smith, Edward, Rostrevor Hotel
Smith, Mrs., draper
Synnott, The Misses, Ghann

Taylor, Mrs., Bridge Street
Thomson, Edward, The Woodhouse
Thomson, Henry, J.P., Ballyedmond Castle, Killowen
Townshend, F., Glenview Terrace
Turritin, A., farmer, Newtown

Vandeleur, Miss, Old Hall
Vandeleur, P., Drumsesk
Vesey, T. A., M.D., Knapton

Wade, James, M.D.
Walker, G., tram manager
Warburton, J. W., Carpenham
Ward, James, tailor
Watson, Wm. Jas., architect, Benvenue
Weir, Mrs., Quay Cottage
Whitaker, Edward, Glenview Terrace
White, James, butcher
Wilson, Gardner, St. Bruno's
Woodside Hotel - L. Booth, manager


Is a small market town in County Down, situated midway on the leading road from Belfast to Downpatrick, four miles from Ballynahinch, nine from Lisburn, and six from Comber.  Tonoughnieve was the Irish name of the town, which means the "Hill of the Saints," or the "Saint Hill," translated into Saintfield.  On the 9th of June, 1798, a brisk skirmish occurred here between the rebels and a company of the York Fencibles.  The rebels took advantage of the soldiers, and made great slaughter.  The soldiers were buried in a small island in the lake, north of the town, which is called York Island.  The seat of the lord of the manor is situated in a beautiful demesne, about a mile north of the town; as is also the seat of the late Rev. G. R. Moore, Rowallen, who expended many thousands of pounds in planting trees and shrubs.  Petty Sessions are held first Tuesday in each month,  The market is on every Monday, and the fair is on last Wednesday of each month.  There is one Church of Ireland, two Presbyterian Churches, a Roman Catholic Chapel and two National Schools.  There is also a branch of the Belfast Bank Ltd., and the Belfast and County Down Railway Company have a station at Saintfield, which is a great advantage to the town and district.  Population in 1891, 657

Post Office, Main Street - Frs. Minnis, postmaster
Bank (Branch of the Belfast Banking Company Limited) - James Napier, manager; Henry J. Press, J. McKee; S. Eakin, cashier


Church of Ireland, Main Street - Rev. C. H. Waddell, vicar.  First Presbyterian Church, Main Street - Rev. S. Dickson.  Second Presbyterian Church, Ballynahinch Road - Rev. J. P. C. Glendinning.  Roman Catholic Chapel, Main Street - Rev. ? McCourt, P.P.


Adams, David, National school teacher
Anderson, George, Woodside
Anderson, George, grocer
Anderson, James, farmer, Carsontown
Anderson, Joseph, carpenter, Ballyaugherty
Anderson, Matthew, Lisdoonan
Anderson, Mrs., Lisowen Cottage
Anderson, Samuel and David, farmers, Ballyaugherty

Bailie, W. M., grocer
Bailie, Wm., farmer, Ballymacramery
Beattie, D., farmer, Tonaghmore
Beattie, Mrs., Tonaghmore
Beattie, Samuel, farmer, Drumnaconnell
Beattie, Wm. H., Cahard
Bennett, Andrew, farmer, Maysford
Bennett, Francis, farmer, Lessans
Boucher, Samuel, farmer, Ballynockan
Brown, David, Carricknaveigh
Brown, Robert, Killeny
Burton, James, blacksmith

Cairns, J. E., Model Farm
Cardwell, John, Deen's Place
Cardwell, Samuel, Tonaghmore
Carlisle, ?, M.R.C.V.S., Main Street
Carlisle, Miss, dress maker
Carton, James, constable
Clarke, Mrs., dress maker
Coffey, Hgh, Mill View
Collins, S., carter
Collins, Wm., farmer, Ballycloughan
Connolly, Wm. James, farmer, Ballycloughan
Coulter, Samuel, Carricknaveigh
Craig, James, Main Street
Craig, William James, farmer, Carsontown
Crawford, Thomas, spirit dealer
Creen, Henry, painter
Crosby, Ellen
Crosby, Henry and James, farmers, Aughnaderragh
Crosbey, Mrs., farmer, Carsonstown
Currough & Co., mill owners

Davidson, W. J., shoe maker
Davison, John, Jennyvale
Davison, Samuel, Lessans
Dobbin, Rev. Alex., Boardmills
Dodds, Samuel, farmer, Carricknacessan
Donnan, Hugh, Cahard
Donnan, Thomas, farmer, Cahard
Dunlop, Hugh, National School teacher
Dunn, Mary Jane, boarding house
Dunn, J., Boardmills

Edgar, Joseph J., Carricknaveigh
English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire Office, Agent, James Napier, Manager, Belfast Bank

Ferguson, Samuel and William, farmers, Tonaghmore
Flack, Miss Minnie, N.S. teacher
Fox, William, police constable
Fulton, Mrs., Main Street

Gamble, Robert, farmer, Aughley
Garrett, Mrs., farmer, Ballynockan
Garrett, W. J., farmer, Ballynockan
George, Isabella, grocer and toy shop
Gill, John, J.P., Lisbane
Gill, John, Killeny
Gillespie, Robert, Carricknaveigh
Gilmour, Miss, milliner
Girvin, Robert, carpenter
Gordon, The Misses, Fair View
Graham, D.

Hall, J., constable
Hamilton, F., railway porter
Hamilton, Wm., farmer
Hampilton, Frederick, station master
Harper, Mrs., bonnet maker
Harris, Robert and Hugh, farmers, Aughley
Hayes, Jane, refreshment rooms
Hegan, Mrs., Temple, Carricknaveigh
Hewitt, John, grocer and corn dealer

Ireland, James, farmer, Lessans
Ireland, Wm., farmer, Leggygowan

Johnston, James, Leggygowan
Johnston, Samuel, farmer, Leggygowan
Jordan, James, farmer, Lisdalgan

Kennedy, Arthur, grocer and sprit dealer
Kinghan, Alfred, tailor
Kinghan, Samuel H., National teacher, Tully West
Kirk, Francis, grocer
Kirkpatrick, David, Boardmills
Kirkpatrick, John, Drumnaconnell

Lily, George, grocer
Lindsay, Alexander, carpenter
Lowry, Archibald, carpenter
Lowry, William, carpenter
Lyons, Joseph, butcher
Lyttle, James, Carricknaveigh

Macartney, R. J., Tonaghneivgh
Mageean, Jas., farmer, Leggygown
Malcolm, John, Drumalig
Marshall, James, woollen draper
Marshall, John, farmer, Drumnaconnell
Martin, Robert, Lisbane
Massey, Jas. W., farmer, Carricknacessan
Massey, Matthew, farmer, Aughley
Matchett, R. J., No. 1 National school teacher
Maxwell, John, farmer, Lessans
Maxwell, Thomas, tailor, Main Street
Minnis Brothers, grocers and hardware
Minnis, J. W., Ballyknockan
Moag, Dr. J. H.
Mollen, M., Belfast Bar
Monaghan, T., No. 2 National School teacher
Moody, A. T., Todd's Hill
Moody, Miss, Main Street
Moody, Rev. J., Boardmills
Moody, Robert, woollen draper
Moore, Samuel, farmer, Lisdalgin
Moore, Thomas, spirit dealer
Moore, estate agent, Rowallen
Morrison, John, grocer, Main Street
Morrow, Daniel, Lisbane
Morrow, J. Rae, Lisbane
Morrow, Robert, Lisbane
Morrow, Thomas B., Tullywest
Morrow, Wm., stone mason
Murdock, Arthur, farmer, Ballyaugherty
Murray, Daniel, spirit dealer

McBrier, James A., farmer, Carsontown
McBurney, W. M., mill owner
McCandless, Rev. J. L., Boardmills
McCarthy, Mrs., dress maker
McCarthay, Wm., farmer, Carricknacessan
McCartney, Wm., farmer, Leggygowan
McCaughtry, Andrew, farmer, Aughley
McClenaghan, David, car owner
McConnell, William, jun., carrier
McConnell, Wm., marine store
McCreary, Robert, Millhill
McCullough, Mrs., Carricknacessan
McCullough, William, Lisdoonan
McDermott, John
McEwen, James, farmer
McFadden, M., police constable
McGannon, Mrs., Down Street
McGrath, John, police sergeant
McIlwain, Miss, Drumnaconnell
McIlwain, James, grocer
McIlwain, Miss, Drumnaconnell
McKee, David, grocer
McKee, James, farmer, Aughley
McKee, John, accountant Belfast Banking Co.
McKee, Samuel, woollen draper
McKibbin, Jas., labourer
McMinn, Richard, farmer, Ravarra
McRobert, Jas., Price's Arms Hotel
McRobert, John, blacksmith
McRobert, Miss L., dress maker, Main Street
McRoberts, Andrew, Leggygowan
McVeigh, Martin, tailor

Neill, James, shoe maker
Newell, Robert, car owner, Crevytennant
Newell, Robert, car owner

O'Neill, James, carpenter
Orr, David, farmer, Ballycloughan
Orr, James, Leggygowan
Orr, John, Saintfield Cottage

Patterson, Robert, Drumalig
Patterson, Robert, letter carrier
Peak, James, spirit dealer
Perry, N., woollen draper
Pollock, John, letter carrier
Prentice, James, Carricknaveigh
Prentice, Wm., Carricknaveigh
Press, Henry J., Belfast Banking Co., The Lodge
Price, Major M. Blackwood, J.P., Saintfield House

Rea, Hugh, petty sessions clerk
Rea, James, Lisdalgin
Rea, James, Lisbane
Rea, Jas., grocer
Rea, William, farmer, Lessans
Rea, W. H., Tonaghmore
Reid, Alex., farmer, Ballynockan
Reid, Mrs., Tonaghmore
Ritchie, Mrs., refreshment rooms
Robinson, Mrs., farmer, Ballynockan
Roy, W. J., blacksmith
Russell, John, Drumnaconnell

Scott, F. H., M.D., dispensary doctor
Scott, James, grocer
Scott, Jas., farmer, Lisdalgin
Shaw, J., farmer, Carricknacessan
Shaw, Wm. J., farmer, Carricknacessan
Shea, Patrick, police constable
Shepherd, John, farmer
Sheppherd, Francis, farmer, Glassdrummond
Sheppherd, Henry, farmer, Ballycloughan
Simpson, David, farmer, Ravarra
Simpson, Robt., spirit dealer
Simpson, Wm., farmer, Ballycloughan
Simpson, Wm., mill owner, Boardmills
Skelly, H., draper, etc.
Skelly, Mrs., Tonaghmore
Smyth, James, blacksmith
Smyth, J. F., Carsontown
Stranahan, Robt., leather merchant, boot shop and newsagent. Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Strain, Jas., farmer, Glassdrummond
Sun Fire and Life Offices, Agent, F. W. Minnis

Wightman, Wm., Main Street
Williamson, W. H., weigh master
Withers, R., civil bill officer

Yeates, James & Thomas, farmers, Aughley
Yeates, Mrs., grocer and boarding house
Young, Robert, carpenter


Scarva, one of the most picturesque spots of Ireland, is a village on the main line of the Great Northern Railway between Portadown and Newry, having a branch line to Banbridge and Ballyroney.  The Newry Canal runs through the village, with a dock and quayage, usually presenting a busy scene.  The principal buildings are the Episcopal Church - a fine edifice, built on the site of an ancient castle, and occupying the highest elevation in the village; the Presbyterian Church, built nearly two hundred years ago, and a Methodist Mission Hall, erected by the late Mr. Robert Taylor, the aged postmaster, on his private grounds.  There is also a handsome National Schoolhouse, and a most comfortable, homelike temperance hotel and bath room, in conjunction with which is a post office, with money order and telegraphic departments.  At the rere of the hotel is erected a tower, from which the tourist can have a most commanding view of the surrounding country.  From the top of a neighbouring hill can be had the second finest view in all Ireland, extending from twenty to thirty miles around, and comprising five counties.  An egg market is held every Thursday, when a thriving business is done.  On the borders of a village is the fine old demesne and country seat of Mr. John Temple Reilly, D.L., which is open to visitors, and in which is annually fought the historic battle, known as the "Scarva Sham Fight,"  which is attended by thousands of people, making verily a gala occasion.  Scarva is also noted for the purity of its water and its salubrious dry air, and is yearly resorted to by English fishermen, who find excellent sport.  At the hotel a special two-day rate is made for Saturdays and Sundays for business men and others who can run away from their affairs a day at a time.

Post Office - M. A. Taylor, postmistress
R.I. Constabulary Station - Sergeant Barr and three constables
National School - Joseph Barrett, principal


Church of Ireland - Rev. P. A. Kelly, M.A.
Presbyterian Church - Rev. D. J. Gordon
Methodist Church - Mission Hall - Service at 6 p.m. every Sunday


Adger, Mrs., wine and spirit merchant
Anderson, Thomas, Terryhoogan House

Bailie, Hugh, grocer
Black, Edward, farmer, Auglish

Chambers Bros., farmers and flax mill owners
Clarke, Adam, organist
Clarke, Andrew, Island House
Clarke, James, boot maker
Clarke, John, station master, Railway Bridge House
Clarke, Wm., carpenter and band master
Cochrane, Alex., carpenter
Cole, Alex., farmer
Cole, Andrew, farmer
Cole, David, farmer
Cole, Wm., pensioner
Crozier, Mrs., Mintlone (Monclone in 1907)

Dunlop, Samuel, general merchant

English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire Office - Agent, Andrew McElvaine, Union Lodge
Ewart, Thos., weaver

Freebourne, J., signalman
Fulton, Wm., pensioner

Gracey, John, farmer, Druminargle House
Greenaway, Elizabeth, weaver
Greenaway, Wm., shoe maker
Greer, Samuel, merchant

Hall, Thomas, station master
Hamilton, James, weaver
Hanna, Jacob, boot and shoe maker
Hanna, The Misses, haberdashers
Hawthorne, Jas., sexton Presbyterian Church
Hawthorne, James, grocer
Hill, Samuel, farmer

Johnston, W. J., weaver
Jones, Francis, coal merchant

Lavery, Mrs., grocer

Martin, James, mason
Mathers, W. H., farmer, Mullaglass
Minnis, Samuel, carpenter
McBrien, John, railway inspector
McCombe, Joseph, carpenter
McConville, John, grocer
McCullagh, Alex., navvy
McCullagh, Miss, Duke's Row
McDowell, Alex., letter carrier
McDowell, Joseph, weaver
McMahon, Alex., navvy
McMurray, Thomas, posting establishment
McMurray, Moses, letter carrier
McParland, Andrew, blacksmith
McPhillips. John, railway porter
McVeigh, James, coal merchant

Napier, Henry, sexton Church of Ireland

Patton, John, grocer
Poole, Robert, boot and shoe maker
Purdy, Jane, weaver

Reid, Dymock, farmer, Diamond Lodge
Reilly, John Temple, J.P., D.L., Scarva House
Robinson, Mrs., farmer
Ryans, David, railway porter

Shanks, S. & J., linen manufacturers

Taylor, M. A., Temperance Hotel, Grocery and Hardware, Postmistress, News and Shipping Agent
Toale, James, pork buyer
Tully, Moses, farmer

Warwick, James A., farmer, Lakeview
Whitten, Charles, farmer
Williams, Henry, wine and spirit merchant


Is a small post town, parish of Killane, in the County Cavan, situated on the direct road from Dublin to Derry, and about fifty-six miles distant from the latter city.  Its position lies on the eastern verge of the county, and in that part of Cavan known in history as East Breffini.  The scenery in the neighbourhood is very picturesque.  There are several beautiful lakes, the largest of which - Lough Sillan - is two and a half miles long, and varies in width from a quarter to three-quarters of a mile.  Salmon ascent the river from Ballyshannon to the river above this lake.  Angling, particularly for trout, has been very successful.  In the close vicinity of Shercock is Shinan House, the residence of Mr. B. Adams, the building and grounds of which are justly admired.  The nearest railway stations are Kingscourt (Midland Railway) and Carrickmacross (Great Northern).  There is a fair held on the second Wednesday of each month.  There is also a market every Wednesday for the sale of grain, potatoes, eggs, and fowl.  Petty Sessions are held on the second Thursday of every month.  There is a Protestant (Episcopalian) Parish Church and a Roman Catholic Chapel.  Services in connection with the latter are held every Sunday at 9.30 a.m. and 6 p.m., and in the former at 12 noon and 5 p.m.  There are two National Schools, a Courthouse, and a Dispensary.  Population in 1891, 290

Post Office - James Wright, postmaster
Magistrates who preside at Petty Sessions - G. J. Bourke, M.D., Coroner for East Cavan; S. A. Adams, James O'Connor, P. Calaghan, W. Gelston, and C. J. S. Adams
Clerk of Petty Sessions - Alex. Brookes


Church of Ireland - Rev. Burton Turney, M.A.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Timothy Keany, C.C.


National School - No. 1, Mrs. O'Connor; No. 2, Miss Vance
Dispensary - Dr. G. J. Bourke, medical officer
R.I. Constabulary - Constables Hyland, Moran, Keevans, Morrow, and Sergeant Colohan


Adams, C. J. S., Shinan House

Bell, The Misses
Bourke, G. J., M.D., coroner
Boyd, Rev. J. A., R., B.A., Glassleck Manse
Brennan, M., boot and leather warehouse

Cassidy, James, cattle dealer
Cassidy, P., boot and shoe warehouse
Clarke, P., & Sons, wine and spirit merchants
Clisdell, John W.
Coyle, Owen, publican

Dermott, Alice

English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agent, P. Clark & Sons, Merchants

Fidgeon, F., harness maker
Finlay, John, grocer and spirit dealer

Keany, Rev. T.
Kearney, Bernard, publican

Leavy, M., spirit grocer
Lindsay, W., grocer

MacCamas, S., grocer
MacElroy, E., grocer
MacMahon, M., grocer
MacMahon, P., grocer
Marron, Thomas, farmer, grocer, timber, spirit and hardware merchant, Corbeagh
Mooney, E., grocer
McCaghey, Joseph, grocer
McCullagh, Wm., farmer and mill owner, Glassleck
McEnaney, P., publican and farmer
McEntee, P., grocer and spirit dealer
McGahey, S., coach builder
McGee, M., car driver
McGruddy, James, sexton
McKenna, O. E., auctioneer and hotel keeper
McPhillips, Thos., carpenter

Nelson, James, grocer
Nelson, Joseph, carpenter

O'Reilly, M., spirit dealer
O'Reilly, Patrick, J.P., P.L.G., farmer, Glassleck
O'Reilly, Patrick, P.L.G., farmer, Crocklasty
O'Reilly, T., draper

Parker, W., grocer, timber and hardware merchant

Reilly, Kate, dress maker

Sloan, Thomas, draper
Sloane, M., grocer and spirit dealer
Smith, M., grocer
Smith, S., tinsmith

Traynor, J., draper
Traynor, Thos., farmer

Vance, F., teacher

Wilson, H., Armistead, Co. Cavan, Front Farm, Knappa House, Shercock
Wright, J., draper and milliner and Temperance Hotel


Argue, John, Tullabrick
Coyle, Owen, Lecks
Daly, Owen, Lecks
Daly, Patrick, Corbeagh
Daniel, Edward, Corravilla
Dermont, John, Darkley
Eakins, Thomas R., Northlands
Eakins, Wm., Derry
Fox, Thomas, Killcrossduff
Gray, Robert W., Derry
Harpur, Thomas, Drumhilla
Johnston, Edward, Derry
Johnston, James, Lisnadarra
Lee, Charles, Darkley
Lindsay, Thomas R., Killcrossbeg
Molloy, Patrick, Corracharra
Murray, James, Drumhilla
Myles, Thomas, Darkley
McCamas, Wm., Carrickacreeny
McDermott, Mrs., Lecks
McDermott, Patrick, Annaherin
McElroy, Edward, Corgreagh
McEnaney, Peter, Corgreagh
McGuinnes, Thomas, Lisnadarra
McLoughlin, Wm., Kilmacran
Nulty, James, Annafarney
O'Connor, James, Glassleck
O'Reilly, Patrick, Glassleck
Reburn, James, Lisnadarra
Reilly, Michael, Darkly Mills
Reilly, Michael, Mullabrack
Smith, Thomas, Tullabrick
Teavy, Patrick, Corlea
Wallace, Ben, Carrickacreeny


This town, having a station on the Great Northern Railway, is situate a mile and a quarter from Beragh, seven from Omagh, and fourteen from Dungannon.  The population is 400, and the town contains an unusually large number of business houses for its size.  The principal places in it are a Church of Ireland, a Presbyterian Church, two School-houses, a Court-house, and a postal telegraph office/  The market for the sale of agricultural produce is held every Monday, and a cattle and horse fair is held on 19th of each month.  The external portions of the houses have been considerably renovated within recent years, and it has the appearance of increasing prosperity.  The town is well supplied with pure water brought from a neighbouring hill by means of fountains.  Bawntown Castle, Sixmilecross, was in 1604 the residence of Lord Audley, who was in 1601created Earl of Castlehaven.  The Manor of Ffiney or Sixmilecross, otherwise Koragh, had been surveyed in 1596-9, and patented to Lord Audley and his wife Elizabeth in 1601 under Queen Elizabeth.  Ancestors of the noble Earl of Belmore purchased the manor of Sixmilecross or Ffiney at the end of seventeenth century, but the Castlegrounds passed into the Beresford, afterwards the Garge, family, through marriage.  The Hill Tolyneal, on the property immediately north of the town, is the centre of Ulster

Postal Office, Postal, Telegraph, and Money Order Office - Postmaster, R. H. Anderson, J.P.; telegraph clerk, John Mathews Anderson, and Miss Grace McGittigan


Church of Ireland - Rev. R. C. Williams, rector
Presbyterian Church - Rev. S. D. Stuart
Reading Room


Allely, G., station master
Anderson, R. H., J.P., merchant
Anderson, William, grocer

Baxter, William, grocer
Brown, Robert, cattle dealer

Clark, Miss M., dress maker
Colhoune, William, publican
Corry, S., J.P.

Devlin, John, publican and posting
Dixon, Misses, dress makers
Dixon, William, tailor
Donaghey, Andrew, boot maker
Donaghey, Hugh, blacksmith
Donaghey, John, leather merchant

English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire Office, Agent - R. H. Anderson, J.P., Merchant

Grimes, Miss, dress maker

Houston, Robert, boot maker

Junk, J. B., clerk of P.S.C.

Kelly, Mrs., grocer

Maguire, P. J., publican
Maguire, Thomas, letter carrier
Marshall, C., teacher
Mulholland, Joseph, cattle dealer
McAleer, H. K., publican
McFarland, J., draper and emigration agent
McGirr, Francis, boot maker
McKee, Miss E., N.S. teacher
McLearn, Thomas, grocer and posting
McLoughlin, J. H., grocer, druggist and printer
McNamee, Patrick, blacksmith

Owens, James, publican

Rafferty, Patrick, publican
Rafferty, Rose, merchant
Rogers, Patrick, grocer and spirit store

Scott, David, letter carrier
Scott, Robert, tailor
Stuart, Rev. S. D.
Sun Fire and Life Offices - Agent, J. H. McLoughlin, The Printing Works

Williams, Rev. C. R.


Is a small market town in County Tyrone, about thirty five miles W. from Belfast, situated on the road from Dungannon to Coleraine.  This place derived its original name, Stewartstown, from Sir Andrew Stewart, to whom James I. granted the surrounding district.  In the year 1608, or soon afterwards, he erected a castle, or rather converted other buildings into one, and laid the foundation of the present town, on which he planted eighty Scotch families.  About two miles from the town is Stuart Hall, the seat of Earl Castle-Stuart, who derives his title of Earl from this place.  The town consists of a spacious square and three principal streets, well arranged, and the houses are built with stone and roofed with slate.  The Hibernian Banking Company have a branch office open on market days.  The Ulster Banking Company Limited, have a branch also.  The Great Northern Railway Company have a station close to the town. The market-house stands in the centre of the town.  Petty Sessions are held on the first Wednesday in every month.  The Church of Donaghenry is a commodious structures, erected by order of King William III. in 1689, and one of the handsomest in the diocese, as also the glebe house.  The other places of worship are two Presbyterian, and one Methodist Church, and a Roman Catholic Chapel.  Each of the Presbyterian and the Methodist congregations have very handsome and commodious mansions. The market is held on Wednesday, and the fair on the first Wednesday on and after the 12th of every month.  Population in 1891, 780

Post Office - Hugh O'Neill, J.P., postmaster


Church of Ireland - Donaghendry Parish Church - Rev. T. J. McEndoo, A.M.
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. John Scott, A.B.  Second Presbyterian Church - Rev. Robert Meares, B.A.
Methodist Church - Rev. T. Bothwell
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Peter Quinn, P.P.


Dispensary Station - H. Harris, L.R.C.S.P.I., L.R.C.S.I., medical officer
Loan Fund Office - William Browne, manager
National Schools - No. 1 - John E. McVicker, teacher; Mrs. McVicker, assistant teacher.  Donaghendry Parish School - Miss Butler, teacher.  Catholic School - Patk. McGrath, teacher; Miss Collins, assistant


Anderson, H., watch maker, stationer, and news and cycle agent
Anderson, Charles, land steward, Stuart Hall and Eary House
Anderson, John, Ballymaguire

Begley, John, cart maker
Boyd, R. J., M.D., M.Ch., R.U.I.
Boyd, John, P.L.G., Ross
Brown, Andrew, egg merchant
Brown, R., Ulster Bank
Bryan, Miss, Gortnaskea
Burrows, Mrs. M. A., spirit dealer and posting establishment

Castlestuart, the Earl of, Stuart Hall
Chambers, John, Ballymaguire
Charlemont, Viscount, C.B., D.L., Drumcairne
Chestnutt, Rev. Osborne, Ballyclog Rectory
Creaney, Thos., painter, etc.
Creighton, Robert, C.E., Elagh House
Cummings, H., posting establishment

Dancy, Rev. Wm., Ardhoe Rectory
Davidson, Robert, grocer, hardware, leather and timber merchant
Donnelly, John, spirit dealer
Doris, John, grocer and spirit merchant
Dudgeon, Joseph, clerk of petty sessions
Dudgeon, Mrs. Sarah, Lydia Villa
Dunn, Robert, lime merchant, Gortatray

Ekin, Samuel E., J.P., Soarn
Ellison, John, tailor
Ellison, Margaret, milliner and fancy warehouse
English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agent, Andrew Johnston, The Square

Ferguson, Frederick, bookkeeper, etc.
Forde, Miss, teacher, Shankey N.S.

Garnett, Rev. Charles L., Ardtrea Rectory
Graham, David, B.A., Brigh Manse

Hadden, Rev. Samuel, Donaghey
Haire, David H., station master G.N.R.
Hamilton, Wm., baker and grocer
Harris, J. Porter, solicitor
Harris, The Misses, Prospect House
Henderson, Robert, builder and contractor
Henderson, Thomas J., The Rocks
Henderson, W. Henry, Annie Hill
Hogg, Thomas, Tullyconnell

Ingram, Mrs., coffee rooms

Johnston, Andrew, surveyor and valuer
Johnston, George, Curglasson

Kelly, F., draper
Kelly, Mrs., draper, boot and shoe merchants
Kelly, Robert, carpenter
Kennedy, Charles G. B., J.P., Mullantean

Lee, Alexander N., Coole
Logan, Charles, hardware and grocer, emigration, insurance and news agent, stationer and journalist
Lowe, Thomas, draper
Lowe, William, Ballywhollan

Magill, Mrs., and the Misses, Mullentean
Martin, J. & R., blacksmiths, Aughlargue
Megaw, J. & D., farmers, Linneyglass
Megaw, The Misses, Stewartstown
Megaw, William, Killoon
Megaw, William J., Legmurn
Monck, Rev. J. S., Clonoe Rectory
Morgan, Robert, boot and shoe maker
Mulholland, Mrs., Imperial Hotel
McCord, Mrs., dress maker
McCord, W., rural letter carrier
McIntyre, William, blacksmith, Ballyclog
McKenna, Thomas, Railway Hotel
McKiver, James, grocer, delf merchant and posting establishment
McMahon, John, flesher
McReynolds, Misses, Ballymaguire
McReynolds, Oliver, Dromore
McReynolds, T. A., Kingsmills

Newell, Wm., Lisaclare House

O'Neill, Hugh, J.P., post office
O'Neil, James, painter, etc.

Park, Francis, grocer and mail carrier
Park, James, cooper
Park, Samuel, grocer and lessee of markets
Patterson, Alex., blacksmith
Phoenix Fire Office, Agents, Andrew Johnston, The Square; John P. Harris, Prospect House

Quin, Francis, grocer
Quinn, Christopher, fowl dealer, etc.

Rainey, Samuel B., Eary
Reid, John H., Donaghendry Cottage
Robinson, W. G., F.S.I., Roughan Park
Robson, Hugh D., Weir's Hotel

Scullion, Thomas, blacksmith
Shuter, James C, J.P., Barnhill
Simpson, Joseph, saddler
Simpson, Miss, dress maker
Sinclair, Wm., flax miller, Spamount
Stevenson, Richard, boot and shoe maker
Stevenson, Robert, grocer, provision and hardware merchant
Stewart, H. K., Drumcairne
Stewart, Robert J., Ballywholen
Stewart, William, Templereagh Mills

Thompson, Robert, grocer
Tohal, Hugh, flesher, etc.
Torrens, Rev. William, Albany Manse
Turtell, Thomas, Drumgormal

Vance, Joseph, Irevale (Inevall in 1907)

Wallace, William, letter carrier
Wilson, John, shoe maker
Woods, Mrs., grocer, baker, hardware, seeds, Newsagent; Agent Scottish Widows' F. and L.A. (Fire and Life Assurance?)


Strabane is a market town in County Tyrone, 102 miles W. by N. from Belfast, eighteen N.N.W. from Omagh, and twelve from Derry, finely seated on the River Mourne, and on the line of the Great Northern Railway from Londonderry to Dublin.  There is also the Narrow-guage (gauge) (Donegal) Railway from Strabane to Killybegs, which has recently been extended from Strabane to Londonderry.  Strabane is one of the largest and most populous towns in the county; and its environs are replete with interest and beauty.  It was an inconsiderable village until James I., in 1611, granted the surrounding district to the Duke of Abercorn. The family of the Duke of Abercorn enjoys the title of Viscount and Baron from it.  The flax and tow mills (Sion Mills) of the Messrs. Herdman, three miles distant, are very extensive.  The Belfast Banking Company Ltd., the Provincial Bank of Ireland, the Ulster Bank Limited, and the Hibernian Bank have branches in operation here, and there is a Savings Bank.  The Northern Bank branch opens on Tuesdays and Wednesdays only.  The Presbyterians have two churches, the Wesleyan Methodists one, and the Roman Catholics two spacious chapels. The new Roman Catholic Church is a magnificent and costly building.  A Protestant evangelist service is conducted every Sunday evening at 7-30 in Barrack Street Hall.  There are several excellent public schools for education of both sexes; these. together with a Fever Hospital, a Dispensary, and a Union Workhouse, comprise the benevolent and remedial institutions.  Two manses have been erected on the Derry Road, one for First Presbyterian Church, and the other for the Methodist Church,  A new (parochial) school has been erected in Bowling Green by the Duke of Abercorn, on a beautiful site (alongside the Parish Church), purchased by him some time ago.  The Steamboat Companies do a very large and profitable business, under the able management of Mr. Jas. McFarland, J.P.  The Town Hall is too small for the requirements of the people, and it is hoped that it will be replaced by a better and much larger one.  Fairs - 1st February, 12th May, 1st August, and 12th November; there are likewise monthly fairs on the first Thursdays in other months,  The flax markets are held on Wednesdays.  Being the centre of a rich agricultural country, the grain market on Tuesday is very large and important.  The shirt trade is extensively carried on.  Messrs. Stewart, McDonald, & Co., of Glasgow, have a large factory on the Derry Road.  Messrs. Stapley and Smith have also erected a very large factory in Barrack Street; and there are several other important factories.  A steam bakery has been erected in Abercorn Square and an extensive trade is being carried on there. Population in 1891, 5,103
Lifford the County and Assize town of Donegal, is situated on the western bank of the Foyle, opposite to Strabane, and contains a Courthouse, the latter being for Assize and Quarter Sessions.  The Church of Ireland is a neat edifice.  The County Infirmary, and a bequest by Sir Richard Hansard, Bart., for educating children of the parish, are the charities.  The Earl of Erne, the excellent landlord, is exceedingly liberal to his tenantry.  The fairs and markets have been transferred to Strabane.  Population in 1895, 945

Post Office, Main Street, Strabane - J. J. Pakenham, postmaster
Post Office - Lifford - James Bryson, postmaster
Petty Sessions Office - Wm. Keatly, clerk
R.I. Constabulary, Abercorn Square - Robert Dunlop, D.I.; Head Constable Sheridan
Commissioners of Affidavits - Wm. Keatly, W. C. Macdevitte, John H. Elliott, and A. Hamilton
Registrar of Marriages - Joseph Sharkey, Strabane; deputy, J. R. Donnell, Strabane
Registrars of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - Dr. Trimble, Strabane
Strabane Coroner - John Elliott, solicitor, Strabane
Lifford Coroner - John S. Weir, Convoy
Excise Office, Abercorn Road
Inspector of Markets - F. Keely, Main Street
Inspector of National Schools - J. Chambers, Newtown House
Recreation Park Co. - James Craig, secretary
Solicitors - Strabane - John A. F. Simms, Jno. Colquhoun, John Elliott, Thos. Elliott, Robert Burke, LL.D.; W. P. Moody, John McCay, T. E. Nelson, LL.D.; H. C. Cochrane, Thos. H. Risk, W. Wilson
Urban District Council - E. Gallagher (chairman), T. B. Feely (town clerk), H. C. Cochrane, Thos. H. Risk, W. Wilson


Church of Ireland, Bowling Green - Rev. A. H. Delap, incumbent; Rev. W. McQuade, curate.  Church Wardens - John McDougal, Wm. Keatly
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. E. Clarke, Second, Derry Road - Rev. C. K. Toland
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - Rev. Monsignor O'Hagan, P.P.; Revs. J. McIlhatton and T. Dee
Mission Hall, Barrack Street


Banks (branches) - Belfast Banking Co. Ltd., Main Street - D. B. Keers, manager.  Provincial Bank of Ireland, Main Street - W. A. Scott, manager; A. Erskine, accountant.  Ulster Bank Ltd., Abercorn Square.  Hibernian - Mr. Quirke, manager.  There is a branch of the Northern Bank open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and fair days, 10 to 2.
Gas Works - J. Reilly, manager
County Infirmary, Lifford - J. C. Boyd, M.B., surgeon and physician
Union Workhouse (Counties of Tyrone and Donegal).  Board meets on Tuesdays.  R. J. Craig, master; Mrs. Craig, matron; relieving officers, Jas. McNaul, Strabane, and J. McNaught, Castlefin; J. E. Sharkie, clerk and returning officer
Dispensary, Newtown House - J. M. Trimble, M.D.
Intermediate School, Woodend - W. Bamford, B.A.
National Schools - Lifford, T. Gould, teacher; First Presbyterian Church, John Millar and Miss Black, teachers; Barrack Street, Mr. Durnion, teacher; Parochial, Bowling Green, T. Brady, teacher
Lifford Prior School - A. J. Gloster, M.A., head teacher
Strabane Academy - Æneas Kerr, M.A., head master; Miss Kerr, assistant
Young Ladies' Boarding and Day Schools - Miss Worthington, Abercorn Square; Miss Kearney, Canal
Music Teachers - Miss McKee, Miss Kearney, Mrs. C. Boyle, Miss Gray, Miss Moore, and Mr. Brennan, F.R.C.D.
United Counties Club - President, Duke of Abercorn; hon. sec., W. Wilson, Greenfield, Strabane
Masonic Lodges - "Harmony" Lodge (102), Lifford, "Abercorn" Lodge (251), Strabane
Good Templar Lodge - Meets every Wednesday in Good Templars' Hall, Barrack Street
Dog, Poultry, and Flower Show - President, his Grace the Duke of Abercorn; hon. sec., J. McIvor


Abercorn, The Duke of, Barons Court
Aikin, Andrew, saddler, Main Street
Anderson, John, merchant, Main Street
Anderson, J., painter

Baillie, Captain, J.P.
Bannagan, Patrick, nurseryman, Chapel Street
Bates, R., & Co., merchants, Abercorn Square
Blair, R. J., printer, bookseller, stationer, newsagent and toy dealer, Main Street
Boyd, John, M.B. and surgeon, Donegal County Infirmary
Bradley, Neal, J.P., grocer and baker, Back Street and Magirr
Britton, J.P., M.D., L.R.C.S., Hazelwood
Brolly, James, J.P., Cloughfin, Ballindrait

Chambers, J., inspector of National Schools
Clarke, James, land commissioner, Porthall
Clarke-Kennedy, General, Camus
Clarke, Rev. Edward
Clarke & Co., wholesale wine and spirit merchants, Main Street
Cochrane, John, J.P., Lifford
Colhoun, John, grocer, Main Street
Colquhoun, John, solicitor, Castletown House
Connor, Mrs., milliner
Conroy, Michael, draper, Main Street
Crawford, Mrs.

Delap, Rev. A. H., incumbent
Devenny, James, grocer, Canal Basin
Dillon, Thomas, butcher, Back Street
Divine & Co., tea merchants, Main Street
Donnell, J., coal and timber merchant
Donnell, S., & Co., general merchants
Donnelly, J., butcher, Markethouse Street
Dougherty, Wm., cooper, Townsend Street
Dowd, Ellen, Ulster Hotel
Dunsterville, J. W. E., R.M., Strabane

Elliott & Sons, The Castle
English and Scottish Law Life - Agents, Alexander Weir, Abercorn Square; William Harper, jun., Main Street
Ewing, John, jeweller, Castle Street

Finlay, W., watch maker, Castle Street
French, Dr., apothecary, Main Street
Fulton, Wm., Edymore

Gallagher, Edward, J.P., merchant, Main Street
Gallagher, P., solicitor, Bowling green
Gallagher, P., painter
Gillespie, John, book seller, Main Street
Gormley & Browne, merchants, Abercorn Square
Gray, John, & Co., boot and shoe maker, Main Street
Grey, E., printer, bookseller and stationer, Main Street

Hamilton, Andrew, ironmonger & emigration agent, Main Street
Harpur, William, merchant, Main Street
Herdman, E. C, The Red House
Herdman, E. T., D.L., Sion Mills
Herdman, John, D.L., Carricklee House
Herdman & Co., flax and tow spinners, Sion Mills
Hill, James, & Co., Castle Street
Hughes, James, butcher, Main Street
Humphreys, T. W. D., J.P., Donoughmore
Hunter, Miss, dress maker, Derry Road
Hunter, Rev. A., Crogan House, Lifford

Jordon, P., cabinet maker

Kearney, Robert, carpenter, Markethouse
Keatly, William, Bowling green
Kennedy, James, J.P., Mountkennedy
King Bros., merchants, Castle Street
Knox, Captain Wm. Knox, J.P., D.L., Clonleigh House

Lowry, A. & R., grocers, Main Street
Lowry, James, J.P., Milltown Cottage, Strabane

Mackay, J. A., auctioneer and valuator
Maguire, Hugh, auctioneer, New Street
Mahaffy & Co., merchants, Abercorn Square
Maxwell, Mrs. T. M., spirit dealer, Main Street
Mellon, John, wholesale and retail draper and boot merchant, Butcher Street
Mitchell, Wm., watch maker, Main Street
Mohan, Miss, Mourne Hotel
McAnaw, D., merchant
McAnaw, J., baker, Castle Street
McCafferty, Daniel, builder, contractor, etc., Market House Street and Lifford Street
McClay, James, builder, Bridge end
McClements, J., bowling green
McCosker, J. & G., painters, Main Street
McElhenny, T., baker and confectioner, Main Street
McElwaine, C. J., Commercial Hotel
McElwaine, J. J., Farmers' Inn, Castle Street
McKee, P., draper, Main Street
McMahon, N. B., spirit dealer, Castle Street
McMenamin, P., J.P., Castle Street

Neil, Rev. M., Sion Mills

Oliver, Stevenson, draper, Main Street
Olphert, Archbishop, Urney House
O'Brien, M., J.P., secretary loan fund
O'Callaghan, J. J., Castle Street
O'Flaherty, John, J.P., The Grove, Urney

Phoenix Fire Office - Agents, William Wilson, Bowling Green; Alex. Weir, Abercorn Square; W. P. Moody, Solicitor

Quigley, P., butcher, Main Street
Quirke, E., Hibernian Bank

Reilly, John, J.P., Ballycolman
Rennison, Rev. Wm., Leckpatrick
Russell, W., draper, Manchester House

Sayers, ?, draper, Main Street
Simms, James, Abercorn Arms Hotel and posting establishment
Smith, Robert, merchant, Main Street
Smith, Robert, J.P., merchant, Canal Basin
Smyth, W. F. M., J.P., Gallony House
Snodgrass, A., grocer, Main Street
Stapley & Smith, shirt factory, Barrack Street
Stevenson, Oliver, draper, Main Street
Stevenson, Robert, Main Street
Stewart, Captain A. M., Killendarragh, Lifford
Stewart, Ezekiel, grocer, Main Street
Stewart, James, J.P., Liskey, Strabane
Stewart, McDonald & Co., shirt factory, Derry Road (McDonnell in 1907)

Taylor, John, iron and brass foundry
Taylor, Wm. J., draper, Main Street
Thompson, C, commission agent
Trimble, Dr. John M., Newtown House
Tynan, J., grocer, Bridge End

Walls, William, merchant, Main Street
Weir, Alex., J.P., auctioneer, Abercorn Square
White, James, hardware merchant, Main Street
Wilson, Miss, baker and confectioner
Wilson, Wm., solicitor, Bowling green


Abernethy, Edward, Aughagrana
Abernethy, John, Aughrimderg
Abernethy, Thos., Aughagalla
Abernethy, Thos., Drummard
Abernethy, Thos., Unix
Abernethy, Wm., Aughalargue
Abernethy, Wm., Aughalargue
Abernethy, Wm., Gortatray
Anderson, Chas., Eary
Anderson, David, Feagh
Anderson, Thos., High Cross
Badger, James, Tamlaghmore
Bell, James, Gortnaging
Bell, John, Gortigal
Bell, Robert, Drummard
Bell, Robert, Gortnaglough
Bell, Walter, Lower Back
Bell, Wm. H., Aughrimderg
Bell, Wm. J., Dromore
Bell, Wm., Skerrygroom
Blair, John, Killymurphy
Bowden, Andrew, Legmurn
Bowden, Andrew, Linneglass
Bowden, Samuel, Legmurn
Bowden, Wm., Legmurn
Boyd, John, Donaghy
Boyd, John, Ross
Boyd, Wm., Drummey
Boyle, James, Magheralongfield
Boyle, John, Clentycrackin
Boyle, Patrick, Barrybeg
Brady, James, Dromore
Brown, Andrew, Unix
Brown, Edward, Aughagrana
Brown, Henry, Cloughfin
Brown, Hugh, Unix
Brown, James, Mullantain
Brown, Thos., Ruskyrow
Brown, Wm., Galvally
Brown, Wm., Mullaghmoil
Chambers, Andrew, Mullaghmoil
Chambers, Wm., Mullaghmoil
Cummings, Eliza, Aughrimderg
Cummings, J. C., Killen
Cummings, Saml., Lisaclare
Devlin, Henry, Aughagala
Devlin, Henry, Drumhubbard
Devlin, James, Aughagrana
Elder, David, Lisaclare
Elder, Kennedy, Dromore
Ellison, John, Boyd's Farm
Evans, Douglas, Castlefarm
Evans, John, Aughgalla
Ferguson, Alex., Brigh
Ferguson, Jas., Dooragh
Ferguson, John C., Unix
Ferguson, J. T., Crutly
Ferguson, Wm., Drumbanaway
Glackin, Bernard, Ballygettle
Glackin, Hugh, Drummard
Hamilton, Brown, Tamlaghmore
Hamilton, Robert, Tamlaghmore
Hamilton, Robert, Ballywhilan
Hamilton, Samuel, Ballywhillan
Haugh, Robt., Tamnalennon
Henderson, John, J.P., Sherrygroom
Henderson, Henry, Annie Hill
Henry, John, Donaghy
Henry, J. J., Kiloon
Henry, Pringle, Kiloon
Henry, Robert, Annaghone
Henry, Robert, Brigh
Henry, Wm., Inneval
Hill, James, Sherrygroom
Hill, Samuel, Donaghy
Hughes, Thos. J., Sherrygroom
Hunter, Hugh H., Parker's Farm
Johnston, George, Curglasson
Johnston, Robt., Oghill
Joyce, John, Ballywhilan
Kennedy, John, Drumbanaway
Kennedy, John, Aughalargue
Kennedy, Thos., Carnan
Kilpatrick, John, Ross
Kilpatrick, Samuel, Leck
Kilpatrick, Wm., Drumbanaway
Leonard, Wm., Aughrimderg
Lilburn, John, Drumgormal
Martin, James, Carnan
Martin, Thos., Aughagrana
Miller, James, Cloughfin
Miller, Robert, Drumey
Montgomery, Richard, Brigh
Morris, John, Mullantrar
McBride, John, Ballywhilan
McBride, Robert, Ballywhilan
McCamish, Joseph, Drumbanaway
McCrea, John, Urbalreagh
McCrea, Wm., Ballywhilan
McCurdy, Thos. G., Killen
McDonald, Archie, Carnan
McDonald, Thomas, Carnan
McIntyre, Wm., Ballyclog Glebe
McKay, Thomas, Brigh
McKeown, Robt. Wm., Ballyveagh
McKeown, Samuel, Gortigal
McKeown, Thos., Ballyveagh
McKiever, Daniel, Lurgy
McReynolds, Oliver, Ballynafeigh
McReynolds, Oliver, Drumore
McVey, Wm., Ballyveeney
Newell, Alex., Boyd's Farm
Newell, James, Killymurphy
Newell, William, Lisaclare
Noble, John, Sherrygroom
Noble, Samuel, Sherrygroom
O'Neill, John, Aughrimderg
O'Neill, Michael, Mullaghmoil
O'Neill, Peter, Aughrimderg
Park, David, Cahoo
Patterson, James, Ballyclog Glebe
Purvis, Henry, Killymurphy
Reid, Robert, Cahoo
Robinson, Robert, Common Moss
Seaton, Thos., Urbalreagh
Sheppard, David, Aughalargue
Sheppard, David, Aughrimderg
Sheppard, Henry, Upperback
Sheppard, Thos., Ballybeg
Sloan, Matthew, Ruskyrow
Smith, Thos., Ballyclog Glebe
Smith, George, Annaghone
Stewart, Robert J., Ballywhilan
Stewart, Robert, Cratty
Stewart, Robert, Ballywhilan
Toner, James, Curglasson
Turkington, Robert, Cahoo
Turtle, Thos., Drumgormal
Watters, James Henry, Lower Back
Watters, James, Leck
Watters, John, Lower Back
Watters, Simon, Lower Back
Wilson, James, Cratty


A small seaport in County Down, situated immediately opposite Portaferry, on the western shore of the strait or channel.  This place is the property of Lord de Ros, whose seat, Oldcourt, is adjoining; and about a mile distant is the picturesque demesne of Castle Ward, the seat of Lord Bangor.  The town, which is in the vicinity of the fine lough of its name, contains some good houses.  It has constabulary and coastguard stations.  The places of worship are - the Church of Ireland at Ballycutler, Oldcourt, Private Chapel, a Presbyterian Church, and a Roman Catholic Chapel.  One National School - Lord de Ros, patron, Schools are supported by Lord de Ros. Population in 1891, 392

Post Office and Telegraph Office - Mr. Walter Wallis, postmaster
Coastguard Station - Captain G. Horner, R.N., divisional officer
Constabulary Station - Sergeant T. Farry
Harbour Master - Mr. McFall
Weighbridge Office - H. Quale


Church of Ireland - Parish of Ballycutler - Rev. E. Blanchard Ryan, M.A., rector; Rev. Alfred Simpson, curate
Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. Allen Beatty, LL.B.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Joseph O'Kane, C.C.; Mr. Mullan, C.C.


Allen, Malcolm, Bangor estate office

Bangor, The Right Hon. Viscount, D.L., J.P., Castleward
Bangor, Viscountess, Castleward
Beatty, Rev. R. Allen, LL.B., The Manse
Braniff, W., Old Court Estate Office
Brown, Miss, draper, Strangford

Cleland, William, farmer, Tullyratty
Cooey, Miss, organist to the Church of Ireland
Crichton, J., land steward to Lord de Ros
Crichton, William, steward, Castleward

De Ros, Lieutenant General, the Right Hon. Lord, J.P., Lord-in-Waiting to the Queen, Oldcourt

English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agent, David Johnston, estate agent

Fitzsimons, Patrick, farmer, Carnessey

Hinds, H., spirit dealer
Horner, Captain  George
Hughes, Bernard, farmer, Ballyculter

Irwin, Miss, Strangford

Johnston, David, clerk, Bangor estate office
Johnston, John, farmer, Cloughy

Keaghey, Mrs., Ballyculter

Murnan, James, farmer, Upper Strangford
Murphy, Miss Catherine, publican and grocer
Murphy, Thomas, ship owner, Strangford
McFall, A., grocer, Temperance Hotel
McKibben, Mrs., farmer, Cloughy
McLaughlin, F. Pearl, M.B., J.P., dispensary doctor

Newell, Mrs., farmer, Cloughy
Nugent, Miss, The Lodge
Nunan, T. George, head master, National School

Orr, William, farmer, Ballyculter

Phoenix Fire Office - Agent, David Johnston
Polly, Robert, farmer, Ballylenagh
Porter, Adam, farmer, Churchtown
Porter, Mrs., farmer, Castleward

Quagh, Miss, Ballycutler
Quaile, Miss, Ballycutler
Quaile, Francis, Posting Establishment, Agent for "Belfast News-Letter
Quaile, F., family grocer and provision merchant
Quayle, Herbert Francis, Hotel
Quayle, Mrs. Francis, Blackcauseway

Rooke, Rev. Edward, chaplain to Oldcourt
Rooke, ?, Strangford House
Ryan, Rev. E. Blanchard, M.A., The Rectory

Seed, Miss, farmer, Ballylenagh
Sharvin, John, grocer, posting establishment and spirit dealer
Swail, George, pilot, Strangford
Sweetman, T., draper

Thetford, William W., M.D.

Wallis, Edward, farmer, Upper Strangford
Ward, Hon. Somerset, J.P., agent for the Bangor estates, Isle o' Valla House


Is a small post town in the County of Cavan, situated in a very healthy locality, on the road leading from Enniskillen to Belturbet.  It is well known for its pure mountain air and mineral waters, and is annually visited by invalids on account of the curative properties of the waters obtained from sulphur spas, three of which are to be found in the immediate neighbourhood.  It is at present regaining the considerable reputation as a spa which it formerly enjoyed, and which it well deserves.  Dr. Edgar Flinn, in his "Irish Health Resorts and Watering Places." says:- "According to the analyses of Dr. Kane, the Swanlinbar water contains carbolic and sulphuric acids, with soda and lime in small quantities; it is also imbued with sulphuretted hydrogen gas.  Rheumatic and gouty patients are much improved by a course of the waters."  It is located in the midst of picturesque scenery on the Cladagh River, where there is a splendid trout fishing, and it is visited regularly by pleasure seekers for the grouse shooting on the neighbouring mountains, which cover a considerable extent, capped by Cuileagh, the source of the Shannon, some few miles distant.  The famous Marble Arches are distant about five miles, and can be reached by post cars, of which there are an ample supply in the village.  The drive leads through a most picturesque part of the country.  It contains three places of worship - Episcopalian, Methodist, and Roman Catholic; three National Schools, Courthouse, Dispensary, Corn Mill, a branch of the Ulster Bank; and three hotels - Temperance, Spa, and Hanley's Hotel.  It is also headquarters of the constabulary district.  It can be reached on the one side by the Cavan, Leitrim, and Roscommon Light Railway to Bawnboy Station, and thence by van, which runs for the convenience of tourists on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays during the summer months, connecting that railway with the Great Northern at Enniskillen, nine miles distant on the other side.  It can also be reached from Florence Court Station on the Sligo and Northern Counties Railway, six miles distant.  The fairs are held on 14th January, 2nd February, 30th March, 14th April, 18th May, 29th June, 27th July, 18th August, 14th September, 13th October, 27th November, and 21st December; and there is a weekly market on Saturday for the sale of oats, potatoes, butter, eggs, fowl, etc. Population in 1891, 402

Post Office - R. Howe, postmaster
Magistrates who preside at Petty Sessions - Robert Trimble, R. H. Johnstone, James Magauran, and Thomas Magauran, M.P.
Clerk of Petty Sessions for Swanlinbar and Bawnbay District - George Scales, Sunny Bank Terrace, Swanlinbar


Church of Ireland - Rev. Thomas Torrens, M.A., rector, Swanlinbar
Methodist Church - Rev. Wm. Bryans, Manse, Swanlinbar; Rev. W. R. Rooney, Copse, Knockninney
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. P. O'Reilly, P.P., and Rev. P. Soden, C.C.


National Schools - Swanlinbar, J. Boardman.  Uragh - Male, Francis Sweeney; female, Mrs. Ryan
Dispensary - Jeremiah Ambrose, M.B.


Ambrose, Dr., Riversdale House
Anderson, Gerard, green grocer

Beacon, Bernard, carpenter
Beacon, Christopher, miller
Boardman, J., National School teacher
Brady, Edward, cooper
Brady, Miss M., hotel keeper
Brown, James, spirit dealer and draper
Bryans, Rev. Wm., Methodist Manse
Burns, Joseph, blacksmith and farmer

Carry, James, spirit dealer and grocer
Cassidy, Cormick, cooper
Clarke, Patrick, publican and draper
Copeland, Mrs., Trivia House
Coyle, Hugh, poultry merchant
Coyle, Thomas, tinsmith
Crawford, William
Curry, James, Gortoral House

Dobbin, William, whitesmith, nailer and cycle repairer
Dolan, James, stoker


the following are the inhabitants of Tandragee :-

Kernaghan, William, reeling master
Kilpatrick, Wm., manufacturer, Cabra Grove

Lamb, Wm., carpenter
Ligget, Samuel, farmer, Tullyhue
Loughran, Edward John, grocer and spirit dealer, Market Street
Loughran, Rev. Michael, P.P., Mullavilly
Lowenthal, M., manager Spinning Mill

Maddock, Henry, civil engineer, Church Street
Maginnis, Annie, grocer and provision dealer, Market Square
Maginnis, John, farmer, Mullahead
Maginnis, John E., woollen draper, Market Street
Maginnis, Margaret, grocer and hardware dealer, Church Street
Manchester, His Grace the Duke of, Tanderagee Castle
Martin, Mrs. Jessie, postmistress and stamp distributor, Market Street
Martin, Wm. O., manager Belfast Bank, Market Square
Mathers, Edward, farmer, Ballymore
Mathers, Henry, farmer, Ballymore
Mathers, Seth, farmer, Mullahead
Maxwell, J., R.I.C.
Mayes, Samuel, plumber and gasfitter, Mill Street
Mayes, Samuel, proprietor of Gas Works
Meredith, Miss, haberdasher and milliner
Meredith, William John, grocer and druggist, Mill Street
Meredith, William John, farmer, Springfield
Mercer, John, gardener, the Castle
Molony, Miss, Market Square
Morrison, Robert, farmer, Sandy Hill
Morrison, Mary, shoe maker, Market Street

McCann, Hugh, dealer, Montague Street
McClelland, James, farmer, Modoge
McClelland, Robert, farmer, Modoge
McClelland, William, miller, Clare
McCreight, William, farmer, Derryallen
McCreight, Wm., Derryallen
McCudden, Mick, carpenter, Mill Street
McCudden, Mrs., book seller and grocer
McCullough, Robert Wm., tailor, Market Street
McCullough, Sarah, confectioner, Market Street
McCune, Lucinda, loan fund, Market Street
McCune, Robert, Market Street
McDonald, David, grocer, Market Street
McDonald, Edward, farmer, Mullahead
McDonald, The Misses, Mullahead
McElroy, Sarah, grocer, Church Street
McEndoo, Rev. Wm., B.D., rector of parish of Ballymore, The Rectory, Tanderagee
McHenry, Ellen, confectioner, Market Street
McHenry, Margaret, dress maker, Market Street
McKelvey, Mary, dress maker, Market Street
McKeown, H., R.I.C.
McLoughlin, Francis, baker, Market Square
McMahon, Robert, farmer, Clare
McMorish, ?, Laurel Vale
McMurray, James, mason and contractor, Market Square
McMurray, John, grocer and stone mason, Market Square
McWhinney, The Misses, china, delf, and toy warehouse

Overend, John, farmer, Mullahead
Overend, Mrs., farmer, Tullyhue
O'Hanlon, James, dealer, Market Street
O'Hare, Jas., baker and grocer, Market Square

Parker, William, shoe maker and farmer, Cordrain
Phoenix Fire Office - Agent, Samuel Greer, Montague Street
Pratt, Miss Elizabeth, school teacher, Drumnaleg

Quinn, Michael, spirit dealer, Church Street

Rice, Mrs. Letitia, Market Street
Rodden, Edward, grocer, spirit dealer, woollen draper, Market Street
Ross, Robert, school teacher, Market Street

Shannon, Miss Hannah, school teacher, Market Street
Sinton, Alfred, Laurel Vale
Sinton, Arthur, Laurel Vale
Sinton, Frederick, Laurel Vale
Sinton, Maynard, Laurel Vale
Sinton, Miss Sarah, haberdasher, Market Street
Sinton, Thomas & Sons, linen manufacturers, Laurel Vale
Sinton, William Henry, farmer, Tamnamore
Sonerville, Thos., bookkeeper, Tandragee
Speers, John, carrier, Mill Street
Sterling, Samuel, bookkeeper, town clerk
Stirling, Robert, watch maker, Church Street
Strain, Thomas, farmer, Ballymore

Taggart, James, wood turner
Taylor, James, J.P., physician and surgeon
Taylor, George, civil bill officer, Market Street
Taylor, Geo., night railway post messenger, Market Street
Taylor, Rev. J., Baptist minister, Market Street
Thompson, W. J., R.I.C.
Trotter, Robert, jun., mason, Mill Street
Turtle, Wm. J., linen manufacturer, Mullavilly House

Wallace, James, spirit dealer, timber and iron merchant, Market Street
Wallace, J. H., physician and surgeon, Market Street
Wardell, Frederick, manager weaving factory, Laurel Vale
Wardell, J. B., Laurel Vale
Whan, Rev. Robert J., The Manse, Clare
White, Miss Maria, Ballymore House
White, Rev. James, ex-Sch. T.C.D., Market Square
White, Thomas Henry, J.P., Orange Hill
White, Thos. H. & Co., flour and corn millers
Whiteside, J., grocer, grain and grass seed and coal merchant, Market Street
Whiteside, Samuel, rate collector, Market Street, Tandragee
Whitten, Jas., mason, Tandragee
Whitten, Mrs., haberdasher, Tandragee
Williamson, David, grocer, Market Street
Wilson, Charles, Ballylisk House
Wilson, John, farmer, Ballylisk Cottage
Wright, H., farmer, Ballylisk
Wright, James, farmer, Mullavilly


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Book Seller - James Kerr
Bundoran Junction, Stationmaster, J. Bell
Butcher, Hugh Toney
Butter Merchant, Thomas Campbell
Carpenters, Jas. Rutledge, Thomas Logan & Sons
China and Delph, Cornelius McGee and Miss Campbell
Circus Proprietors, Davies Brothers
Contractor, Thomas W. Stafford
Coopers, Thomas McBrine, Thomas McCann
Corn Mill, A. Ervine
Drapers, Daniel McSorley, C. H. Gould and Miss Campbell
Dressmakers, Miss Smith, Mrs. Walters, Mrs. Law, Miss Bradley and Misses Campbell
Drugs, Oils, and Paints, C. McGee, Richard Bracken
Emigration Agents, Richard Bracken, Cornelius Magee, Joseph Brown
Egg Merchants, Owen and Patrick McGirr, George McLaughlin, Thomas Campbell
English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire Office, Agent, James Brown, N.S. teacher
Farm Implement and Machine Agent, Robert Coulter, Skeogue and Wm. Richmond, Springhill
Grocers and Provision Merchants, Cornelius Magee, J. McSorley, Richard Bracken, Peter Coyle, Frederick Everton, Noble Brady
Hardware Merchants, C. Magee, Richard Bracken
Harp Dairy, Alex. Stewart, manager
Imperial and Commercial Hotel, Peter Coyle, proprietor
Leather Merchant, D. McSorley
Marine Dealer, C. Keenan
Newsagents, Richard Bracken, C. Magee, James McSorley, D. McSorley
Patent Medicines, C. McGee
Photographer, W. Davies
Posting Establishments, C. McGee, J. McSorley
Retailers of Bread, C. Magee, Richard Bracken, J. McSorley, Frederick Everton, Noble Brady
Railway Station, Stationmaster, J. Hattrick
Retailer of Fresh Butter, C. Magee
Seed Merchants, C. McGee, Richd. Bracken
Stationery, C. McGee, R. Bracken
Stone Masons, John Leddon, Jas. Thompson, John Corry
Tailors, Henry McCann, Paul McCann
Timber Merchants, R. Bracken, C. McGee
Wine and Spirit Merchants, C. McGee, F. Everton, Jas. McSorley, R. Bracken, Noble Brady, D. Morrow
Wool Agents, Convoy Mills, Richard Bracken; C. McGee, Dinsmore Mills; J. Brown, Currie, McDougal & Scott's Mills


This village is a mile and a half from Trillick, on the road to Enniskillen.  The old graveyard there contains the remains of one of the O'Neils, King of Tyrone.  The present church was renovated a few years ago.  The Rev. W. E. Fliming, M.A., resides in the Rectory, close by


Auctioneer, G. Beatty, Railway View
Blacksmith, G. Wilson
Carpenters, Geo. Armstrong, W. Armstrong
Dress Maker, Miss Masterson
Grocer, etc., William Strong
Oat Merchant, John McAnespy
Postmaster, George Armstrong
Saw Mills, George Lendrum, D.L., proprietor
Church School, Miss Hutchins, teacher


Waringstown is a clean and picturesque little village in the parish of Donaghcloney and County of Down, two miles from Lurgan; it contains about 700 inhabitants, and takes its name from the family of Waring which settled here more than two hundred years ago, when  driven from England by the religious persecutions during Queen Mary's reign.  The village consists of two principal streets, which are broad and commodious, and planted with beautiful plane trees, adding greatly to the appearance of the place.  Damask weaving is briskly carried on in the village and neighbourhood.  The chief buildings are the Parish Church, a venerable edifice more than 200 yards standing, the massive tower being roofed, as few places are, with oak shingle; the Presbyterian Church is a modern building in the Italian style of architecture; the Courthouse is in the middle of the village, and three National Schools - one each for boys, girls, and infants.  About two miles away, in the direction of Banbridge, lies the village of Donaghcloney, which possesses few features of interest beyond the natural beauties of the district.  There are several artistic residences in the neighbourhood, and the weaving factory and bleachgreen (on the river Lagan), belonging to Messrs. W. Liddell & Co., give employment to a large number of people.  The only public buildings are - the Presbyterian Church at Old Donaghcloney, and the Banoge, Donaghcloney, and Fortescue National Schools.


Adamson, H., farmer, Banoge, Waringstown
Adamson, John, civil bill officer, Waringstown
Atkinson, Abraham, farmer and linen merchant, Magherana
Atkinson, Rev. E. D., The Rectory, Waringstown
Atkinson, W., General Merchant, Waringstown

Baillie, George, farmer, Anaghanoon
Baillie, John, farmer, Hermitage, Waringstown
Baillie, Miss, Millhill Road
Baillie, Mrs., farmer, Springhill, Waringstown
Baillie, Thomas, farmer, Anaghanoon
Baxter, Francis, Banoge National School
Beattie, Robert, farmer, Donaghcloney
Beatty, Samuel J., baker, Waringstown
Bowen, Miss, farmer, Tiersogue, Waringstown
Brown, T. B., general merchant, Waringstown
Browne, T. B., The Hall, Donaghcloney

Cairns, James, grocer, Donaghcloney
Cairns, John, farmer, Lamb's Island, Waringstown
Calder, J., carpenter and wheelwright
Cosbey, Henry, farmer, Banoge, Donaghcloney
Cummings, Miss, school mistress, Waringstown

Davies, C. M., manager Walpole Bros.
Dewart, R., farmer, Tullyheron, Waringstown
Doherty, James, carpenter, Waringstown

Emerson, Rev. C., curate, Waringstown
English and Scottish Law Life Office, Agent, Wm. Atkinson, Merchant

Ferguson, Miss, spirit and general grocer, Donaghcloney
Ferguson, Adam, farmer, Clare, Waringstown
Frier, W., M.D., the dispensary, Waringstown

Garrett, Mrs., Anaghanoon
Gillespie, J., school master and farmer, Corcreaney
Graham, Thomas, school master, Waringstown
Gregson, Wm., farmer, Perrymount

Hale, Francis, The Meadows, Waringstown
Hamilton, Lewis, farmer, Ballinabragget
Hamilton, Wm., farmer, Ballinabragget
Harwood, W. J., postmaster, Waringstown
Henning, David E., Cambray House, Waringstown
Henning, Mrs., Cambray House, Waringstown
Heron, Rev. W. S., The Manse, Waringstown
Hilary, George, farmer, Waringstown
Hunter, T., Waringstown .

Irwin, Thomas, Waringstown

Kennedy, John, blacksmith, Waringstown

Liddell, W., J.P., Banoge House, Donaghcloney
Liddell, Wm., & Co., powerloom manufacturers, Donaghcloney
Liddell, Mrs., Winona, Donaghcloney

Magowan, John, farmer, Corcreaney
Martin, John, farmer, Clare, Waringstown
Montgomery, W. J., factory manager, Donaghcloney
Murray, Sampson, tailor, Waringstown

McCartan, J., farmer, Corcreaney, Waringstown
McCartan, William, Waringstown
McCaw, Miss, The Bridge, Waringstown
McClimond, Robert, farmer, Banoge
McCollum, Archibald, tailor, Waringstown
McKenzie, James, cambric manufacturer, Waringstown
McMurray, Thomas, Waringstown

Page, Wm. John, card cutter, Waringstown
Parks, Rev. D., Presbyterian minister, Ballinabragget
Pennington, Samuel, damask manufacturers, Waringstown

Rodgers, Geo., farmer, The Demesne, Waringstown
Ruddock, R., farmer, Waringstown

Shepard, W. J., Diaper Hill, Waringstown

Waring, Holt, J.P., Waringstown
Waringstown Handkerchief Co. - The Mills
Walpole Bros. Ltd., linen manufacturers, Waringstown
Watson, Francis, J.P., Lakeview
Watson, James, farmer, Corcreaney
Whaley, Mrs., Knockboy House, Waringstown
Whaley, Wm., Knockboy House, Waringstown
Williams, Miss, Waringstown


One of the most favourite watering places in Ulster, is situated at the head of the beautiful bay of Carlingford, and is distant about five miles from Newry. A century ago Warrenpoint (so called from the circumstances of a rabbit warren having formerly existed at the place) could only boast of a few houses; now its population exceeds 2,000, and in summer reaches 5,000.  The town boasts a spacious square, in which many of the principal places of business are situated, and in the shops every article, useful or ornamental, required in the family can be purchased on as reasonable terms as any town in Ireland.  Several good streets run from the square, and along the shore are terraces containing substantially built and commodious houses. Many of these are eagerly secured for the summer months by strangers and the business men of the province.  The entire place has an air of comfort and prosperity that at once favourably impresses health seekers.  The situation of Warrenpoint, built as it is on the verge of the mountain girth bay, is excellent; and the view from the pleasant promenade is grand in the extreme.  before us sparkles the lovely lough, scenes of many an aquatic contest, and the resort of all who love to breathe the sea breeze while dipping their oars in its generally placid waters.  To the right the grand old hills of Louth lift their heads into the sky, with Omeath and Carlingford nestling at the base.  In the distance Greenore, with its hotel, and railway station, is visible.  On the left we see the picturesque villas which skirt the bay, the Ross monument, Rostrevor, and Rostrevor Quay, with its magnificent hotel, "The Mourne," having a grand mountain background.  Away in the distance Greencastle, the Blockhouse, and the Lighthouse are described, the whole constitution a picture of almost incomparable beauty and grandeur,  No wonder that Dr. Knox, in his "Irish Watering Places," says - "It is scarcely possible anywhere to point out a more beautiful district than that lying between Rostrevor and the large seaport of Newry."  The roads in the neighbourhood of Warrenpoint are particularly inviting, and in about twenty minutes an ordinary pedestrian can reach Narrow-water Castle, the residence of Captain Roger Hall, J.P., one of the most beautiful seats in the country.  The house is an imposing structure, the gardens are models, and the drive through the thickly wooded demesne is a thing to be remembered.

Post Office, The Square - R. A. Jones, postmaster
Petty Sessions held first and third Tuesday of each month.  Magistrates attending - Captain O'Neill, J.P.; Major Roger Hall, J.P.; Messrs. Joseph Mayne, J.P.; W. J. Watson, J.P.; Francis Horner, J.P.; David Martin, J.P.; A. F. Campbell, J.P.; M. J. McCartan, M.D., J.P.; Major J. Ross, J.P., C.B.; C. E. T. Leslie, J.P.; J. J. F. Greene, C.E., J.P.; Captain Roger Hall, J.P.; H. Turner, R.M.  Clerk - R. Erskine, Newry


Church of Ireland, Warrenpoint - Rev. T. B. Naylor, D.D., incumbent.  Clonallon - Rev. R. E. Glenny, D.D., rector
Presbyterian Church - Rev. S. Stevenson, B.A.
Methodist Church - Rev. W. H. Quarry
Unitarian Church - Rev. W. E. Melone
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. H. O'Neill, P.P.; Rev. H. McAvoy, C.C.


Town Commissioners meet first and third Monday of each month - Messrs. J. J. F. Greene, J.P. (chairman); Thos. Hollywood, John McHugh, R. McLoughlin, R. H. Doherty, Patrick Cunningham, R. A. Jones, James McMurray, John Grandy, James Wilson, P. Crawford, and John Thompson.  Town Clerk - B. McKernan
The Belfast Banking Company Ltd.
Provincial Banking Company Limited
Customs Station, Havelock Place - J. Kelly, chief boatman
Gas Company - Directors - Messrs. Rev. John Bryson, James Savage, R. A. Jones; secretary, William Johnston; manager, R. Henderson
Dispensary - Dr. T. Bell
Ladies' School, Sea View - Madam Ternau, principal; Miss Gibb, assistant
National Schools, Dromore Road - W. O'Neill Jameson, principal; Mrs. Lyons and Miss Taylor, assistants.  Peter Street - J. T. Pettit, principal
Convent Schools, Havelock Place - Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy
Temperance Association, Band of Hope - T. Smith, president
Temperance League of St. Patrick - Rev. H. O'Neill, P.P., president
School Attendance Committee - Rev. T. B. Naylor, D.D.; Rev. D. Mitchell, M.A.; Rev. H. O'Neill, P.P.; J. J. F. Greene, J.P.; J. Mayne, J.P.; R. McLoughlin. Attendance Officer - John Kelly.  Secretary - B. McKernan
R.I. Constabulary - Sergeant McKay; Constables Stanford and Orr


Adams, Miss Anne, Havelock Place
Aikin, C., boot maker
Allen, Alexander, Victoria Terrace
Armstrong, James, Church Street
Armstrong, Mrs., Osborne Terrace
Atkinson, Wm.

Bates, Sarah, Saville Place
Bell & McMahon, The Misses, drapery establishment
Bell, Ellen, The Square
Bennett, Mrs., Queen Street
Bennett, Mabel, Queen Street, Best Row
Bensted, S. W.
Best, Miss, Bayview House
Bettridge, E., painter
Black, John, boot maker
Bond, Thomas, Peter Street
Boyd, Miss, Sea View
Boyd, Dora, Bella Vista, Seaview
Boyle, Michael
Bradford, Miss, Sea View
Bradford, Mary Anne, Seaview Place
Bradley, John, Donaghaguy
Bradley, A., Thomas Street
Bradley, Edward, Thomas Street
Brown-Lecky, C. W. L., Fintimara
Brown, Alexander, Charlotte Street
Buchanan, John, station master, G. N. Railway
Burns, H., Newry Street
Burns, J., Newry Street
Burns, R., hairdresser, perfumer, etc.
Byrne, Michael, Aghavilla
Byrne, Miss, milliner
Byrne, Wm., Burren

Cairns, Mary, The Hermitage
Campbell, H., farrier
Campbell, Mrs., Rosetta
Campbell, A. F., J.P., Dromore Lodge
Carey, T., solicitor, St. Leonards-on-Sea
Cattell, Colonel, Sea View
Caulfield, J., grocer
Caulfield, Thos., spirit merchant
Cherry, Thos., Havelock Place
Clarke, Mrs., Newry Street
Coburn, J., painter
Con, Isabella, East Street
Cone, Jane, Post Office Street
Connelly, Edward, Clonallon Glebe
Connelly, James, Burren
Connolly, Mrs., spirit store
Connor, Margaret, Seaview Terrace
Corkey, Mrs., Osborne Terrace, Sea View
Corkey, Eliza Anne, Savilla Place
Coulter, J., Donaghaguy
Cowan, Wm., Havelock Place
Crawford, Eliza, East Street
Crawford, James, Clonallon
Crawford, J., merchant
Crawford, Margaret Ann, South Quay
Crawford, P., baker
Crawford, The Misses, boarding house
Crawford, The Misses, newsagents
Cunningham Bros., hardware and plumbers
Cunningham, J., Burren
Cunningham, Mary, East Street
Cunningham, Mrs., Bay Hotel
Cunningham, Mrs., spirit dealer
Cunningham, P., Church Street
Curlett & Sons, coal merchants
Curran, Mrs., greengrocer
Curran, J., boot maker

Doherty, R. H., Sea View
Donaghy, H., Church Street
Doran, Anne, Charlotte Street
Doran, Mrs., The Square
Dougan, Miss, St. Leonards
Dowdall, Miss, Charlotte Street
Duff, J., boot maker

Elliott, the Misses, Mansion House
English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire Office, Agent, Bernard McKernan, Town Clerk
Erwin, George, Ballydesland

Flanagan, Mary, Post Office Street
Flynn, Mrs., Church Street
Forster, Miss Rhoda L., 5 Seaview
Foy, Annie, Albert Place

Glenny, The Misses, Mereham Terrace
Godfrey, The Misses, Wyndham Terrace
Grandy, J., painter
Grandy, R., auctioneer
Grant, Bridget, Charlotte Street
Greer, Martha Anne, East Street
Gribben, Bridget, Charlotte Street

Halfpenny, Margaret, The Hermitage
Halbeck, Mrs., publican
Hall, Miss, draper
Harcourt, Mrs., Temperance Hotel
Havern, Kate, Church Lane
Healon, Elizabeth, Newry Street
Henry, Marianne, Havelock Place
Henry, The Misses, Savilla Place
Hillen, Anne, Post Office Street
Hillen, Miss, Duke Street
Hoey, James, Back Road
Horner, Miss, Bay View
Hughes, P., butcher, Church Street

Ingram, ?, Church Street
Irvine, Mrs., East Street

Jameson, W. O'Neill, school master
Johnston, Miss, Prospect Villa
Johnston, W., solicitor
Jones, R. A., chemist and druggist, etc.
Jones, W., painter

Keenan, F., spirit dealer
Keown, Jane, Post Office Street
Keown, W., painter
Kerr, Eliza, Charlotte Street
Kincaid, The Misses, Church Street
Kinney, Bridget, Newry Street
Kyle, Miss, Bella Vista, Seaview

Langton, Minnie, Savilla Place
Lawlor, J., Marine Parade
Lawson, Isabella, Seaview Terrace
Lennon, P., Back Seaview
Lewis, J., watch maker and jeweller
Lewis, Jane, Church Street
Linden, George, Ballymaconaghy
Lindsay, Miss
Little, J., Victoria Place
Loughran, Edith, Victoria Street
Lyons, Mrs., Queen Street, Best Row
Lynch, Edward, South Quay
Lyster, Mrs., grocer and spirit dealer

MacMahon, E. Hayes, Church Street
Magee, P. F., Burren
Maginnis, John, Carrogs
Malcolmson, Miss, Osborne Terrace
Manning, Wm., Church Street
Marks, P., spirit dealer, Queen Street
Marshall, Margaret, Havelock Place
Marshall, Sarah, Seaview Terrace
Mayne, Joseph, J.P., Warrenpoint
Mee, Miss, East Street
Mehaffey, Miss, Church Street
Menary, Miss, Charlotte Street
Miller, W., grocer
Moffit, S., grocer
Morgan, Isabella, Thomas Street
Morgan, Mary, Marine Parade
Morgan, P., dealer
Morgan, S., boot maker
Morgan, Susan, Post Office Street
Mullin, James, Best Row
Munro, R. H., publican
Murdock, James, refreshment rooms
Murland, Sarah, Charlotte Street
Murphy, Betty, Charlotte Street
Murphy, T., Globe Hotel

McAnulty, Mrs., car owner
McAnulty, Stephen, Peter Street
McArdle, Patrick, farrier
McAteer, J.
McAteer, Mary, Duke Street
McAvoy, Rev. H., C.C., Peter Street
McBlain, Mrs., Linten Lodge
McCamley, J.
McCammon, Elizabeth, Back Street
McCartan, John, Aughavilla
McClean, Fanney, Victoria Street
McClean, Miss, Victoria Place
McClelland, J. T., coach builder
McCelland, Mrs., The Square
McComb, Miss, Sea View
McCombe, Matilda, Seaview Terrace
McComish, Wm. John, Downey Terrace
McComisky, Mary, Post Office Street
McCormack, Susan, Best's Row
McElroy, Miss, Charlotte Street
McGiveran, P., cooper
McGriffey, Letitia, East Street
McGuffin, H., drapers, etc.
McGuffin & Son, boot makers
McHugh, J., saddler
McKay, the Misses, Duke Street
McKenna, Alice, The Square
McKemau, Summer Hill
McKenna, Miss, refreshment rooms
McKeown, Mrs., East Street
McKevitt, Hugh, bill poster
McKevitt, Mrs., spirit dealer
McKnight, James, plumber
McLaughlin, R., spirit dealer
McLaughlin, J. P., J.P., Clonallon
McMahon, C, merchant and farmer
McMahon, Margaret, The Square
McMinn, Andrew, Castle Enigan
McMurray, J., painter
McMurray, Margaret, Sea View, The Promenade
McMurry, Miss, Athelby Terrace
McNulty, B., saddler

Naylor, Rev. T. B., D.D., The Vicarage
Neville, Margaret, Victoria Street
Norton & Co., car service, The Square
Nugent, Robert, Donaghaguy

O'Brien, Patrick, Post Office Street
O'Brien, Rose, Duke Street
O'Hagan, Bridget, Church Lane
O'Hagan, Teresa, Sea View, The Promenade
O'Hare, Elizabeth, Thomas Street
O'Hare, Elizabeth, Post Office Street
O'Hare, John, Mayo Bridge
O'Hare, Peter, Mayo Bridge
O'Hare & Son, hotel proprietors and general merchants
O'Neill, Miss, Mereham Terrace
O'Neill, P., grocer
O'Neill, Rev. Henry, Peter Street

Pedlow Bros., grocers
Pedlow, E., grocer and boot merchant
Pedlow & Co., drapers
Pedlow, Martha J., The Square
Pettit, T., school master
Pile, Letitia, Church Street
Pile, Mrs., Downy Terrace
Plunkett, Miss, Sea View
Prior, Mrs. E., Bella Vista, Sea View

Ratcliff, Miss, Havelock Place
Reed, The Misses, Downey Terrace
Reid, Anne, Church Street
Rice, Jas., Summer Hill
Rice, L., publican, Marine Parade
Richards, H. G., Rathturrett
Richardson, Anne, Post Office Street
Richardson, T., Maude Ville
Richmond, Ellen, Victoria Place
Robinson, Sarah, Queen Street, Best Row
Rodger, David, Clonallon
Rolston, R., organist, Bella Vista, Seaview
Ruddy, Bridget, Post Office Street

Savage, James, Downey Terrace
Sheals, Elizabeth, Church Street
Sheeky, Bridget, Post Office Street
Sheeky, Sarah, Post Office Street
Sims & Co., grocers, etc.
Sloan, Henrietta, Savilla Place
Small, Edward, Donaghaguy
Smith, Agnes, Newry Street
Smith, Catherine, Havelock Place
Smith, Eliza, Sea View, The Promenade
Smith, Eliza, Victoria Place
Smith, Eliza, The Hermitage
Smith, Mary Anne, Church Street
Smith, Francis, Charlotte Street
Smith, Thomas, Fern Hill
Spence, Elizabeth, Best Row
Stamford, R.I.C.
Stanley, H. R., refreshment rooms
Stanley, Mrs., Havelock Place
Steenson, Thomas, Church Street
Sturgeon, W. J., Downey Terrace
Swan, Mrs., Church Street

Ternau, Mary, Madam, Albert Place
Thompson, Eliza, Church Street
Thompson, Mrs., Ornington House
Toombs, J., lodging house, Post Office Street
Toombs, R., lodging house, Post Office Street
Torley, P., carpenter
Turley, Mrs., Church Street
Turner, Annie, Saville Place
Turner, Miss, Osborne Terrace

Walker, George, manager Warrenpoint and Rostrevor Tramway Company, Aughavilla Lodge
Wall, Moses, Newry Street
Walmsly, M., Aughavilla
Ward, Daniel, butcher, The Square
Ward, Mary, Post Office Street
Ward, Mrs., Duke Street
Ward, W., butcher, The Square
Warnock, Sarah, Mansion House
Watson, J., Benvenue, Rostrevor
White, J., Plough Hotel
Whitla, Margaret, Saville Place
Wilson, Mary A., Seaview Terrace
Wilson, B., Donaghaguy
Wilson, Emily, Seaview Terrace
Wilson, J., carpenter
Wilson, J., 7 Downey Terrace
Wilson, Miss, Sea View
Wilson, Mrs., The Square
Wilson, W. C., Summer Hill
Winn, Mary, Bay View


This well known watering place is picturesquely situated on the County Antrim coast, 15 miles from Belfast, 9 from Larne, and 4¾ from Carrickfergus. Its popularity is due in a great measure to the Belfast and Northern Counties Railway Company, who have made the natural beauties of the neighbourhood accessible to tourists.  There are upwards of 200 villas in Whitehead.  They are for the most part semi-detached, and are all fitted up with the latest sanitary improvements. During the past summer the promenade, which is one of the finest in the North of Ireland, has been considerably extended, while a handsome new Bandstand has been erected on the adjoining Recreation Grounds.  About a mile distant from Whitehead are the famous caves of Blackhead, which are visited annually by thousands of tourists.  On the summit of Blackhead a splendid Lighthouse is at present in course of erection.  There are many places of historical and antiquarian interest in the vicinity of Whitehead - e.g., Castle Chichester, built by Sir Moses Hill; Kilroot, the seat of an ancient church erected in the fifth century by St. Colman; the remains of raths at Castle Dobbs; the Burying Ground or "tumulus" at Ballyhill; the "Salt Hole," near Ballycarry; the Old Mill Glen and Pinwell at Redhall; Slaugtersford, and Muldersleigh.  The adjoining peninsula of Islandmagee literally teems with places of historic interest; notably the ruined keep of an old castle at Port-Muck, the Druid's Altar at Ballylumford, and the Logan or Rocking Stone at Skernaghan Point

Post Office - Joseph Montgomery, sen., postmaster
Northern Bank Agency - J. W. Nethery, manager
Ratepayers' Association - President, David McLaughlin, Inisfallen; secretary, W. H. Martin, Montana
Lighting Committee (1900-1) - Messrs. R. J. Blakely, J.P.; David Barbour, Franklin Manderson, J. M. McAlery, John Brown
National School - Principal, W. H. Martin; assistant, Mrs. Martin
R.I.C. Station - Sergeant, Patrick McGlade; constables, R. J. Stewart, R. J. Cowan, Saml. Henderson, John McEnteer
Coastguards - Robert Kirby, chief boatman in charge; G. Churcher, William Chamberlain, Samuel Foxford, Henry Moore, William Dew


Presbyterian Church - Pastor, Rev. David B. Knox, Mount Oriel, Whitehead
Methodist Church - Pastor, Rev. R. Butler, 2 Kimberley Villa
Church of Ireland - Rev. J. Hamilton Bennett, A.B., vicar, Kilroot House
Roman Catholic Chapel


Adams, Mrs., Annadale
Anderson, Miss, 2 Victoria Terrace
Archibald, Mrs., 1 Kimberley Villas
Armstrong, Miss, shorthand and typist clerk, Castlechester

Barbour, Wm., carpenter, Castleton
Barbour, David, builder and contractor, 1 Rosemount Villa
Beatty, Wm., deputy harbour master, Belfast - "The Ulster"
Beck, Thos., insurance agent, 2 Inversnaid
Bell, Thomas, grocer, 1 Bellevue Cottage
Blakely, R. J., J.P., merchant, Braeside
Bolton, Samuel retired draper, St. Elmo
Boyd, Mrs., 2 Neal Villa
Brennan, Jas., labourer, Church Cottage
Brown, John, managing blacksmith, 1 Neal Villa
Brown, John, merchant, 2 Crown Villas
Brown, Mrs., Castlechester
Burns, R., traveller, 3 Craigailsa Terrace
Butler, Rev. Robert, Methodist minister, 2 Kimberley Villa

Carter, James, plater, Mount Randal
Connell, Alex., ship carpenter, 1 Hope Villa
Cooper, Chas. W., stone merchant, 2 Chichester Villas
Crawford, James, Beach House
Creighton, David, cashier, Rosebank, Beutra

Dagwell, Charles, sea captain, 1 Castlechester Villas
Dagwell, Hugh, sea captain, 1 Chichester Villas
Darragh, Wm., com. agent, 1 Ardmore Villa
Dickson, T. H., fruiterer and florist
Donnelly, Patrick, labourer, Castleton
Douther Brothers, builders and contractors, Church Avenue

English and Scottish Law Life Office, Agent, A. H. McKibbin, 2 York Villas
Erskine, William, Crown Cottages
Erskine, William, railway official

Ferguson, S. H., retired N.S. teacher, 1 Kathleen Villas
Ferguson, Mrs., 1 Bonavista
Ferris, Miss, 2 Kathleen Villa
Flack, Robert, mariner, 2 Kimberley Villa
Fleming, John, B.A., teacher, Belfast Model School
Fleming & Co., Grocery, Hardware and Fancy Stores
Forbes, Miss, Castlechester
Frizzell, John, treasurer, 2 Royal Terrace

Galway, Miss, Larne House
Gamble, J. G., clerk of works and civil engineer, Egmont
Garret, J., 7 Florenceville
Gault, Dr., Rokeby Villas
Geoghegan, Mrs., tea rooms, 1 Gardner Villa

Hamilton, Robert, flesher, Station Road
Harding, Archibald, posting establishment
Hawthorne, Mrs., 2 Bonavista
Hawthorne, Robt., sea captain, Mount Hawthorne
Hawthorne, Robt., master mariner, Castleton
Hay, James, blacksmith, Jubilee Villa
Hay, John, secretary assembly offices, Crown Cottages
Henry, Most Rev. Dr., Roman Catholic Bishop, Eirene
Hughey, Charles, draper, 3 Marine Villas

Johnston, Robt., posting establishment (Belfast), Seaview

Kean, Richard, retired coastguard, Shawfield
Kennedy, Mrs., Castlechester cafe and restaurant
Kennedy, James, Castleton
Kerr, James, ex-head-constable R.I.C., 2 Donard Villas
Knight, Mrs., Rokeby Villa
Knox, Wm. Moore, accountant, 1 Donard Villa
Knox, Rev. D. B., Presbyterian minister, Mount Oriel

Lannigan, Daniel J., ex-coastguard officer, St. Alban's
Larmour, William, Marine Hotel
Lauther & Co., Caterers, Confectioners, and Grocers
Ledgerwood, N. J., J.P. (Co. Down), linen manufacturer, Craigmore

Magill, J. E., chartered accountant, 1 Eastbourne Villa
Manderson, Franklin, retired merchant, Mount Royal
Martin, Mrs., Ebenezer Villa
Martin, Wm., medical doctor, Royal Terrace
Martin, Wm. H., N.S. teacher, Montana
May, Thomas, druggist and spirit grocer, Sunnyside
Maybin, George, sexton Presbyterian Church and railway surface man
Montgomery, Joseph, sen., station master, postmaster and newsagent
Montgomery, Joseph, jun., railway clerk and telegraphist
Morton, W. J., insurance agent, 2 Belair Villa
Mulligan, Miss, Fairview

McAlery, J. M., clerical and merchant tailor, Marino
McAuliffe, George, Maryville
McComb, John, mariner, Hunterville
McCorkell, Joseph, coal merchant
McCully, Wm., brick manufacturer, Lynton Cottage
McFarlane, A. J., grocer, Paragon House, Farlane Vista
McGahey, Miss, 2 Ardmore Villa
McGarrol, John, carter, Castleton
McGladdery, Wm., brick manufacturer
McIlroy, Archibald, author and linen merchant, 1 Craigailsa Terrace
McKibbin, Alfred H., assistant secretary, I.T.L., 2 York Villa
McLarnon, J., ship's blacksmith, 2 Hope Villa
McLaughlin, D., master plumber, Innisfallen
McShane, John G., Belfast Water Commissioners employee, Riversdale
McVea, John, wholesale draper, 2 Eastbourne Villa

Neeson, the Misses, Crown Villas
Nicholl, Jos. C., shop manager, 2 Rosemount Villa
Norwood, J., 2 Mount Randal

Orr, James, bank clerk, 1 Willowbrook
Oughton, Henry, bookkeeper, 2 Willowbrook

Phillips, John, grocer and restaurant, The Strand
Pim, John, shipping agent, Crown Villas
Poag, John, shoe maker

Rappaport, Nathan., draper, The Belfast House
Robinson, David, dairy, Brookville Cafe
Robinson, D. K., retired farmer, Islandview
Ross, Robt. H., medical doctor, 2 Inversnaid
Rutherford, Mrs., 2 Florenceville, Cable Road

Semple, Archibald B., Kenbaan
Sinclair, Mrs., 2 Ladysmith Villa
Smylie, Mrs., Belair
Stanley, A., naval pensioner, Castlechester
Stevenson, Robert, of G. Heyn & Sons, Belfast, 1 Crown Villas
Stormont, Miss, Dublin trained nurse, Holiday Home, Cable Road
Sykes, Herbert, architect, Ashleen Villa

Taylor, Mrs., Owen Mohr
Thompson, Mrs., 1 Ladysmith Villa
Traill, Mrs., 2 Lissa Villa
Turtle, W. J., bookkeeper, 1 Royal Terrace

Vance, James, manager, 1 Lissa Villa

Ward, James K., traveller, 1 Belair Villa
Waterson, James, tug owner, Islandvale
Watt, Edward, Whitehead Hotel, Station Road
Watt, William, engineer, 2 Gardner Villa
Weissener, Louis Otto, manager "Credit Reform," Mayfield
Wilson, Hugh, sea captain, Hunterville
Wilson, John, carter, Shawfield
Wilson, Mrs., Brookville
Woods, David, painter
Wylie, James, & Co. Ltd., Victoria Cafe and restaurant


Adrain, James, Knocknagulliah
Alexander, Mrs., Mullaghdubh
Allen, Samuel, Clonallen House, Blackhead
Auld, John, Castleton
Auld, Robt., Castleton
Baird, Robert, Raloo, Islandmagee
Barron, David, Bellahill, Ballycarry
Boyd, Robert H., Lockstown, Ballycarry
Brennan, Henry, Gransha, Islandmagee
Brennan, John, Ballykeel
Brennan, William, Spout, Islandmagee
Brown, Thomas, Ballystrudder, Islandmagee
Cameron, Mrs., Cloughfin
Davison, John, Ballycarry
Dickson, T. H., Bellamont, Bentra
Donnan, David, Cloughfin
Donnan, John D. C., Whitehead
Donnan, William, Ballymuldrough, Islandmagee
Douglas, Miss, Bentra
Douther, John, Islandmagee
Duff, James, Castleton
Feeney, Samuel, Bentra
Ferguson, Captain John
Ferguson, Daniel, Ballystrudder, Islandmagee
English, Alexander, Bentra
English, David, Islandmagee
Esler, Patrick, Whitehead
Hill, Robert, Ballyprior-Beg, Islandmagee
Hill, Samuel, Mullaghdubh
Hill, Thomas, Ballykeel
Houston, Robert, Ballynure, Islandmagee
Houston, Samuel, Cloughfin, Islandmagee
Howard, Edward, Whitehead
Hoy, Mrs., Port-Davey
Jackson, G. A., Ballydown, Islandmagee
Jackson, Luke, Ballyprior-more, Islandmagee
Johnston, Robert, Islandmagee
Johnston, William, Knocknagulliah
Kane, Captain, Ballykeel
Kell, Thomas, Bentra
Long, John, Ballystrudder, Islandmagee
Long, Robert, Mullaghdubh
Laird, James, Ballyharry, Islandmagee
Laverty, Robert, Ballykeel
Long, William, Ballyharry, Islandmagee
Magill, James, Gransha
Magill, John, Temple-Effin
Magowan, James, Blackhead
Mann, David, Ballyprior-More, Islandmagee
Milliken, Thomas, J.P., Loughhead, Islandmagee
Milliken, Thomas, J.P., D.C., Loughhead, Islandmagee
Milliken, Thos. B., Ballymoney, Islandmagee
Milner, Rev. James, Ballyharry
McAteer, Mrs., Ballyharry, Islandmagee
McAuley, Samuel, Mullaghdubh
McCartney, Robt., Mullaghdubh
McClelland, Samuel, Portmuck, Islandmagee
McFerran, Francis, Bentra
McFerran, Robert, Islandmagee
McIlwaine, Hugh, Blackhead
McKean, Hill, J.P., Kilcoan Beg, Islandmagee
McKean, William, Castlechester, Whitehead
McKee, James, Gransha, Islandmagee
McKee, Mrs., Plantation House, Bentra
McMaster, Joseph, Gransha
McMurty, Thomas, Blackhead
McNinch, John, Seamount, Knocknagulliah
Nelson, Andrew, Gransha
Niblock, F. W., Gransha, Islandmagee
Niblock, James, Wellhead, Whitehead
Niblock, S. W., Bentra
Noleman, Wm., Ballyharry
Orr, Robert, J., Gransha, Islandmagee
Orr, Robert, The Gobbins, Islandmagee
Ridges, James, Lockstown, Ballycarry
Ross, A., Ballycronanmore, Islandmagee
Service, James, Knocknagulliah
Service, Robert, Bentra
Tweed, Wm., Ballyprior-More, Islandmagee
Wisnom, James, Cranbrook, Whitehead
Wisnom, Samuel, Altahamound House, Knocknagulliah