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1901 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

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Is a market town, parish of Aughloo, in the County of Tyrone, forty-two miles from Belfast, situated on the road between Armagh and Aughnacloy.  An extensive factory has been started for some years for the manufacture of woollens and tweeds.  The tweed is known as the Caledon tweed.  It is a limited liability company, and is known as the Caledon Woollen Mills, and William Oliver Sherrard is the managing director.  Petty Sessions on the second Friday of every month.  The Episcopalians, Presbyterians and Methodists have each a place of worship; and there are three schools and a dispensary.  Two of the schools were built by the Right Honourable the Earl of Caledon's family, one of them by the late Dowager, and the other, as well as four other schools in the neighbourhood, by the former Dowager.  On the S.E. of the town in the County Armagh is a station of the Great Northern Railway Company, a short mile distance from the town.  The Clogher Valley Light Railway runs three or four times daily through the town in connection with the Great Northern Railway service.  Fairs - The second Saturday monthly.  There is also a market every Saturday for the sale of butter, eggs, etc. Population in 1891, about 800

Post Master - John J. Wigelsworth
Magistrates who preside at petty sessions - Hon. Col. C. Alexander, Charles R. Hearn, W.O. Sherrord, Jos. McVey, Wm. Mercer


Church of Ireland - Parish Church, Caledon, Rev. Canon Armstrong, rector; Rev. Guy W. C. L'Estrange, Caledon
Presbyterian Church, Caledon - Rev. Dr. Thompson, The Manse, Caledon
Methodist Church, Caledon - Rev. ? Cairns
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. Mullan


Infant School, Miss Rew; Parochial School, Charles Brewster; National School, Mr. Heron
Caledon Reading and Recreation Rooms
Lending Library
Caledon Dispensary - R. D. Patterson, M.D., medical officer


Alexander, Hon. Colonel Charles
Archer, Charles, farmer

Barbour, Wm. James, farmer
Beaty, Wm. J., barber
Brown, Wm. C., clerk of petty sessions
Burton, Edward, salesman

Caledon, The Earl of, minor, Castle Hill
Craig, John, boarding house
Craig, John, spinning master
Crowthers, Charles, mill manager
Cullen, James, farmer

Darlington, Richard, farmer
Dawson, James, cloth finisher
Dickey, Joseph, clerk
Donnelly, Jas., carpenter
Donnelly, James, carpenter
Donnelly, William, farmer
Donnelly, Miss, grocer and haberdasher
Doran, James, carpenter
Drummond, James, designer
Duncan, F. H., grocer and coal merchant

English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire Office - Agent, John Forbes, Estate Office

Farrell, Mrs., tailor
Farrell, Mary, grocer
Ferguson, Joseph, saddler
Forbes, John, accountant
Ford, John, tailor

Gardner, James, carpenter and builder
Gardner, Miss, grocer and lodging house
Garmley, Robert, farmer
Gordon, Thomas, grocer
Graham Bros., hotel and spirit dealers

Hart, Peter, wool sorter
Hawthorn, Mrs., draper
Hearn, Charles R., agent Earl of Caledon
Henry, W. R., grocer and farmer
Hull, Robert, clerk

Manderson, Rev. Daniel, Minterburn
Marshall, Benjamin, D.C., farmer
Marshall, Robert, whitesmith
Marshall, William, farmer
Mercer, Wm., draper and grocer
Morrison, John, coach builder
Morrow, John, butcher
Mulholland, Robert, loom turner

McCamley, Jos., boot maker and boot merchant
McCartney, Ann,  grocer and lodging house
McGregor, William, dyer
McKenna, Chas., spirit dealer and farmer
McKeown, John, postman
McMillan, David, carding master
McMinmey, William, smith
McVey, Joseph, J.P., grocer and leather merchant
McVey, Mrs., spirit dealer
McVey, Mrs., grocer and baker

Naye, Wm., Farmer Arms Hotel and auctioneer

Parke, James, sergeant constabulary
Patterson, Robert D., M.D.

Ross, Francis R., secretary

Shannon, Thomas H., farmer
Sherrard, Wm. O., managing director
Smyth, Robert

Teasey, Mrs., grocer and china warehouse
Teasey, William

Walker, J., boot maker and boot merchant
Watson, R. Henry, blacksmith
Westerman, Arthur, mat manufacturer
Westerman, Charles, mat manufacturer
Westerman, Rodes, loom turner
Whitehead, James, wool sorter
Wilson, Joseph, designer
Wilson, Thos. A., agent
Wilton, Miss, milliner and haberdasher
Woods, Patrick, spirit dealer
Wright, Joseph, farmer


Allen, Alexander, Tullynashone
Anderson, W. James, Tonaghlone

Best, Mrs., Lismullydown
Brown, Thomas, Tonaghlone
Brown, William, Tonaghlone

Caddoo, Hugh, Lismullydown
Cullen, James, Drummess
Culton, Samuel, Lismullydown

Davidson, David, Lismullydown
Donnelly, John, Ramakitt
Drum, George, Tonaghlone

Ferguson, James, Tonaghlone
Ferguson, Robert, Guiness

Garmley, Robert, Drummess
Gillespie, Mrs., Mullaghmore
Gordon, Benjamin, Ramakitt

Hoey, Henderson, Dyan
Hoey, Mrs. G., Dyan

Irwin, James, Larrykeen

Marshall, Miss, Killinnaul
Marshall, William, Guiness
Mercer, Henry, Dromore
Mercer, Jane, Dromore
Mercer, John, Dromore
Mercer, Mrs., Curlough
Mercer, Mrs., Finglush
Murphy, Samuel, Ballyboy

McGee, Arthur, Glenarb
McGee, Edward, Glenarb
McKenna, Joseph, Mullaghmossagh
McKigney, James, Mullaghmossagh
McKigney, John, Dyan
McManus, John, Ballagh

Nelson, Grey, Tonaghlone

Oliver, James, Larrykeen
Oliver, Miss, Larrykeen
Oliver, Samuel, Tonaghlone
Oliver, Thomas, Lismullydown

Pottor, Thomas, Tonaghlone
Pringle, Charles, Killinnaul

Strutt, John, Cumber
Strutt, Langford, Knockaginny
Strutt, Samuel, Dyan

Verner, George, Stragrane

Watt, Mrs., Finglush
Wilson, Thomas, grocer and farmer, Dyan
Wilson, William, Dyan
Wilken, Mrs., Tonaghlone
Wright, Miss, Mullaghmore


Situated in the Barony of Inishowen, in the County of Donegal, and eighteen miles from Londonderry, is one of the best business towns of its size in the North of Ireland.  Encircled by the neighbouring parishes, viz. - Moville, Buncrana, Clonmany, Malin and Culdaff - Carndonagh, on account of its central position, is the emporium of Inishowen on market and fair days.  The stock and produce brought to market from the neighbouring districts include horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, fish, butter, eggs, poultry, potatoes and oats.  The town is divided into four streets, three of which intersect each other, with a square besides, which is called The Diamond.  On market days the streets are almost impassable with the throng of people doing business.  Upwards of fifty tons of fish are brought to market weekly during the winter months.  There is a market every Monday, and quarterly fairs are held on the 21st February, May, August, and November respectively.  The population is over 800.  The places of worship are - A Protestant Church, Presbyterian Meeting-house, Methodist Chapel, and a Roman Catholic Chapel.  Besides the business houses there are two first class hotels, a branch of the Northern Banking Company Limited, Police Barrack, Courthouse, Dispensary, Post Office, with which are combined Money Order, Savings Bank, and Telegraph Offices.  There are two National Schools - one in town and one convenient to it, which was lately erected at a cost of 600.  Outside the town are the Roman Catholic Convent and Union Workhouse.  Various corn, flax, tuck and threshing mills are supplied with water power by two rivers which pass along the east and west sides of the town.  These rivers also, together with various lakes situated a few miles from town, afford good fishing during the season, including salmon, where trout, brown trout, and char.  Lough Fad is celebrated for its beautiful char.  These rivers flow into an arm of the sea called Strabriga, which is 1 miles distant, and is the nearest sea water to town.  Strabriga, signifying "lying strand," has a peculiar and mysterious history.  In addition to many stories about it, tradition says that a princely castle was at one time swallowed by it, and the local boatmen affirm that at certain times in the year the chimney tops of this castle are still visible in the depths below.  The only local public employment is that given by a couple of shirt factories.  A Petty Sessions Court is held once a month, Quarter Sessions once a year, and Road Sessions twice a year.  Postal delivery twice daily. Turnaleage House, the residence of Captain J. C. McClintock, the landlord of Carndonagh, renowned for good treatment to his tenantry, is situated in a well wooded demesne about half a mile from the town.

Post Office - J. J. W. Devers, postmaster
Magistrates who preside at the Petty Sessions - Colonel Tynte, R.M.; J. N. Thompson, G. M. Harvey, D.L.; M. White, R. Binns, J.P.; Captain McClentock, J.P.; Dr. O'Callaghan, J.P.; J. McDonagh, J.P.; and C. McLaughlin, J.P.


Church of Ireland - Rev. Chas. Smyth, M.A.
Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. Morrison, B.A.
Methodist Church - Various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. McCullough, P.P.; Rev. John Doherty, Adm.; Rev. Wm. Cassidy, C.C.; Rev. J. O'Brine, C.C.


Inishowen Union - R. Moore, clerk; Doherty Neal, master; Miss Doherty, matron
National Schools - T. Doherty & Miss Elkin
Dispensary - Dr. O'Callaghan
Deputy Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths - Robert Moore, jun.
Relieving Officer - Henry Doherty
Physician and Surgeon - Dr. O'Callaghan
Northern bank - Henry Haire, manager; S. S. Christy
Receiver of Affidavits - John White
Cardonagh Discount Bank Limited (Carndonagh)


Binns, Robert, shirt factory
Bovaird, Daniel, farmer, Bridge
Bradley, John, carter
Bradly, Mary Anne, publican and grocer and posting establishment
Buttler, S., coach factory
Buttler & Co., grocers, hardware merchants and publicans

Callaghan, Jeremiah, farmer, Tuck Mill
Callaghan, Jeremiah, grocer
Callaghan, John, boot and shoe maker
Callaghan, Jeremiah, grocer and publican, Bridge
Callaghan, John, publican
Campbell, John, farmer, Cashel
Campbell, William, farmer, Carndoagh
Canny, Anthony, farmer, Fodan
Canny, Wm., hotel proprietor and publican
Cole, P. J., publican and posting establishment
Concannon, J., butcher
Cousins, L., watch maker
Coyle, James, carter
Crampsey Bros., drapers
Crampsey, Edward, publican
Crossan, W. J., wholesale spirit merchant, grocer and draper

Devers, J. J. W., grocer, manure & seed merchant
Diver, James, builder and contractor
Doherty, Bernard, shoe maker
Doherty, C., grocer, spirits and refreshments
Doherty, Cornelius, tailor
Doherty, Chas., publican
Doherty, Dan, cattle dealer, Kinnaglug
Doherty, Eugene, victualler and grocer
Doherty, Henry, builder and contractor
Doherty, Hugh, grocer
Doherty, James, farmer, Moss Cottage
Doherty, James, saddler and publican
Doherty, John, carter
Doherty, John, farmer, Fodan
Doherty, John, farmer, Kenaglug
Doherty, Patrick, cooper
Doherty, Patk., smith
Doherty, J. C., publican and grocer
Doherty, Michael, carpenter
Doherty, Michael, grocer
Doherty, Michael, tailor
Doherty, Miss, shirt factory
Doherty, Miss M., dress maker
Doherty, Mrs. Cicely, grocer and publican and underclothing factory
Doherty, Mrs. Julia, draper and news agent
Doherty, Mrs. Philip, draper and publican
Doherty, Neal, auctioneer
Doherty, N. J., publican and grocer
Doherty, Owen, publican and grocer
Doherty, Philip, farmer, Corvish
Doherty, Patrick, hotel keeper and draper
Doherty, Patrick, shoe maker
Doherty, P. J., grocer, publican, baker and draper
Doherty, Roger, farmer, Kenaglug
Doherty, Wm., publican
Doherty, Wm., farmer, Kenaglug
Doherty & Co., grocers and publicans

Elder, Wm., publican and grocer
English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire Office - Agent, R. J. Moore, jun., Churchtown

Gallagher, John, grocer
Gamble, Alex., farmer, Carrowreagh
Gamble, John, Tuck Mill, Tulnaree
Gillespie, J. W., boot and shoe maker, refreshments
Gillespie, Miss, shirt factory
Grant, Miss, publican and grocer

Haire, Henry, manager, Northern Bank
Hogg & Co., shirt factory

Kearney, Edward, farmer, Mullins
Kearney, John, carter
Kelly, James, shoe maker
Kerr, Mrs., publican and grocer, refreshments

Lafferty, C., grocer
Lafferty, Patk., farmer, Carrowreagh
Lanigan, James, grocer and draper
Long, Patrick, tinsmith
Lynch, Denis, threshing mill, Milltown
Lynch, James, turner and machinist
Lynch, Patrick, carpenter

Marigs, Bryan, cattle dealer
Marley, John, grocer
Marley, William, grocer
Monagle, Wm., weaver
Moore, Mrs., Priestown
Moore, R., farmer and land agent, Churchtown
Moore, Robert, farmer, Riversdale
Mullan, Jas., farmer, Ballyloskey

McCauly, Mrs., farmer, Trenban
McCambridge, John, publican
McCandless, Andrew, farmer, Carndonagh
McCandless, Robert, farmer, Carndoagh
McClintock, J. C., Captain, Tiernaleague House
McCloskey, Denis, saddler and publican
McCloskey, John, spirit merchant
McDermott, Daniel, tailor
McDonald, Eneas, farmer, Carndoagh
McDonagh, Jas., draper, hardware and general merchant
McDonough, Thomas, turner
McEleney, Bernard, summons server
McEleney, M., boot and shoe maker
McElhinney, Patrick, smith
McGonigal, Patrick, publican and posting
McKinney, Andrew, cooper
McKinney, Patk., publican, Elentoher
McLaughlin, Bernard, farmer, Ballyloskey
McLaughlin, Charles, victualler
McLaughlin, Charles, farmer, Tillyarb
McLaughlin, Denis, draper
McLaughlin, Edward, draper
McLaughlin, John, farmer
McLaughlin, John, grocer and publican
McLaughlin, John, publican, Lenamore
McLaughlin, Mathew, victualler
McLaughlin, Michael, farmer, Priestown
McLaughlin, Patrick, Ballyloskey
McLaughlin, Patk., farmer, Tillyarb

Nelson, Alex., baker

O'Doherty, Wm., M.P., solicitor (branch office)
O'Donnell, Michael, saddler
O'Donnell, Mrs., publican and grocer
O'Donnell, Owen, bill poster
O'Hagan, Philip, solicitor (branch office)

Porter, Robt., farmer, Rocksmount

Reid, David, flesher

Scott, John, farmer, Tulnaree
Scott, John, farmer and corn, flax and threshing mills, Hollymount
Smith, J. F., farmer, Milltown
Smith, Robt., farmer, Glentoher
Smith, R., farmer, Ballyloskey
Smyth, J., threshing and flax mills, Magheramore

Thompson, J. N., Bridge Cottage
Toland, James, farmer, Milltown
Toner, James, blacksmith

White, John, publican
White, Michael, grocer, hardware and general merchant
Wilson, R. & T., farmers, Cashel


Is a thriving village on the coast road between Larne and the Giant's Causeway, and is forty miles north of Belfast.  It is pleasantly situated on the shore of a picturesque bay, having a good sandy beach, which is a great attraction, and much frequented by visitors in summer.  A sewerage and water scheme has just been completed, and the place now receives an abundant supply of wholesome water.  The extensive limestone quarries in the neighbourhood are connected with the harbour by two lines of rail, and give employment to a large number of men and boys.  The waggons between quarries and harbour are drawn by a steam locomotive.  Garron Tower, built by the late Marchioness of Londonderry, is a fine castellated residence, situated on a bold promontory, four miles north from the village, commanding one of the finest sea views on the coast.  Garron Tower and grounds has recently been let by the proprietor, Lord H. Vane Tempest, to Henry McNeill & Co., Larne, who expect still further to develop its attractions as one of the greatest centres for tourists in the North of Ireland.  The harbour, which is safe and commodious, is much frequented by casting steamers and vessels for the conveyance of limestone, lime, grain, kelp and iron ore.  There is a Town Hall and a Masonic Hall

Post Office - J. McSparren, postmaster


Church of Ireland (Ardclinis Parish Church) - Rev. L. P. Storey
Presbyterian Church - Rev. T. C. Jasper, conducts services in the Presbyterian Hall
Methodist Chapel - ministers various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. M. Hamill, P.P.


Bank - Branch of Belfast Bank.
National Schools - Alex. Omelvena and Mrs. McCaw, teachers
Ballyvady National Schools - Miss Reid, teacher
Knockstacken National School - Miss Boyd, teacher
Harphall National School - Chas. Magill and Miss McGuire, teachers
Hotel (Londonderry Arms) - John Delargy, proprietor
Coastguards - Mr. Wilkinson and Mr. Coneybear
Carnlough Lime Co., shippers limestone & lime
R. I. Constabulary Station - Sergeant Kane, Constables Henderson, Hunt and Breen


Acheson, G., farmer
Adair, Blayney, builder

Bamford, S., farmer
Benn, J., Effieville

Coulter, T.
Craig, James, farmer
Craig, John, farmer
Craig, John, ship owner
Crawford, A., kelp dealer
Crawford, J., farmer
Crawford, W., farmer
Crooks, J., farmer
Currell, Mrs., grocer

Darragh, D., farmer
Dempsey, R.
Dinsmore, Mrs.
Donnelly, B., tailor
Duffin, H.

English, Robert, clerk, Holyrood

Foster, James, ( of the Carnlough Lime Co.)
Fry, Thomas, Dromorne Cottage

Gaston, A., junior
Graney, D., flesher
Greer, C., flesher

Hamill, P., inn keeper and auctioneer
Hamill, Rev. M., P.P., Jessamine Villa
Hamilton, D., farmer and car owner
Hunter, N.
Hurl, J., shoe maker

Jackson, Miss, Drumalis
Johnston, Mrs.

Kennedy, H., inn keeper and builder
Kilpatrick, J., farmer

Legg, James, grocer and blacksmith

Maben, Joseph, farmer
Moore, R., farmer
Morrow, Mrs.
Mulvena, J., farmer
Murray, Mrs., grocer and refreshment room

McAuley, C., farmer
McBride, G., engine driver
McCart, Captain
McCaw, D., ex-sergeant R.I.C.
McGalliard, D., farmer
McGalliard, J., farmer
McGavock, Captain
McGuicken, Mrs., grocer and refreshment room
McIlroy, Mrs., Peeble Cottage
McKay, W. J., corn miller
McKay, Hugh, farmer
McKay, James, farmer
McKay, J., grocer
McKay, Mrs., inn keeper
McKillen, A., carpenter
McMullan, J., farmer
McNeill, Mrs.
McNeill, Miss, refreshment rooms
McSparren, J., grocer and postmaster
McVicker, Mrs., Cantire View

Reid, David, blacksmith
Reid, D., shoe maker
Reside, Jas., grocer, draper and newsagent
Robinson, Mrs., dress maker
Rodgers, J., farmer

Sayers, A., farmer
Stevenson, D., shoe maker
Storey, Rev. L. P., Dromorn House

Thompson, W., ship owner
Toomey, M., Stoney Hill
Trodden, Mrs.
Turnly, John, J.P., Drumnasole House

Watt, S., grocer
Welsh, Mrs., grocer
Wills, R., grocer
Wilson, J., carpenter
Wilson, Joseph, pilot
Wilson, Mark F., J.P., Drumalis
Wright, James, farmer


Carrickfergus - an ancient market town - is most pleasantly situated on the north shore of Carrickfergus Bay, or Belfast Lough, eight miles from Belfast.  Carrickfergus was formerly a place of great strength, and is rendered memorable by the landing of King William in 1690.  The following paragraph from Miskimmin's "History of Carrickfergus" will give some idea of the importance attached:- "1690 - Saturday, June 14, about four o'clock afternoon, King William III landed at this quay from the Mary yacht, attended by Prince George of Denmark, the Duke of Ormond, the Earls of Oxford, Scarborough, and Manchester, the Hon. Mr. Boyle, and many persons of distinction.  He walked through part of the town, and about half an hour after landing, set off in Duke Schomberg's carriage to Belfast, near which place he was met in State by the Sovereign and Burgesses.  The former presented a very loyal address to his Majesty in the name of the Corporation and other inhabitants, which his Majesty received with much seeming satisfaction."  The stone (an immense block of basalt) on which the King landed under the shadow of Carrick's ancient Castle, is built in the old pier head, and is known as "King William's Stepping Stone."  On it are roughly carved "W.R." (William Rex).  It is an object of great interest and curiosity to many visitors to the town.  The county of the town of Carrickfergus extends five miles each way, and is distinct from, but locally in, the County of Antrim.  It comprises about 16,700 acres, and includes Loughmourne, an inland lake, which is situate 556 feet above high sea level, and covers an area of about 90 acres.  The waters of this lake have been taken by the Belfast Water Commissioners, an Act of Parliament having been obtained by them for that purpose.  Salt was discovered at Duncrue, Carrickfergus, on the property of the Marquis of Downshire, in 1851, and a few years ago it was also discovered at Eden, a village about a mile from Carrickfergus on the Larne side, where a mine was opened by Mr. M. R. Dalway, D.L.  In 1889, the interest of the proprietors of the various mines in the district was purchased by The Salt Union, Limited, and the mines, four in number, are now being worked under their control.  Messrs. Charles Tennent & Co., chemical manufacturers, of St. Rollox, Glasgow, opened a mine at Eden in 1889, and the work is now carried on under the title of "The Chemical Salt Company Limited."  Messrs. William Vint & Sons, of Carrickfergus, also opened a mine in the same district, the interest in which they disposed of to Mr. Dundas Simpson, of Edinburgh, who had formed a limited company, and the business is conducted in the name of "The Salt Mines Syndicate," whose registered office is at Leith.  Recently another mine was sunk on Lord Downshire's property near Eden, and salt was found at a depth of 432 feet from the surface.  A new Company, called "The Carrickfergus Salt Works Company Limited," has been formed to work the latter mine.  The imports consist of coal, timber, slates ; and the exports of grain, rocksalt and limestone.  The Parish Church of St. Nicholas possesses a few monumental memorials, the most remarkable and worthy of note being one of the Chichester family.  Its public buildings are the Town hall, Market Place, Parish Church, three Presbyterian, a Baptist, an Independent, a Methodist Church, Roman Catholic Chapel, Courthouse, and Jail - the latter used as a barrack by the Antrim Artillery Militia (Southern Division Royal Artillery).  The Corporation, which was styled "The Mayor, Sheriffs, Burgesses and Commonality of the Town of Carrickfergus," under the provisions of the Municipal Reform Act, was dissolved, and a Board of Municipal Commissioners constituted, in whom is vested the corporate property.  Up till 1894 the Municipal Commissioners were without rating powers, but in that year they promoted a bill in Parliament which gives them power to levy rates for sanitary and other purposes.  The borough formerly returned a member to Parliament, but on the passing of the Redistribution of Seats Bill, in 1884, it was amalgamated with the East Division of County Antrim, which is now represented by Captain James McCalmont.  This town has much improved of late, and the several factories in the neighbourhood contribute greatly to its prosperity.  The harbour has been enlarged, and is connected on the west side with the Northern Counties Railway by means of a railway constructed un 1885 in pursuance of the Tramways (Ireland) Acts, dividends at the rate of 5 per cent. on the capital being guaranteed by the Grand Jury of the County of the Town of Carrickfergus.  Vessels of large build can now discharge and load cargoes here, and enter the harbour at almost any state of the tide.  In the summer of 1891 the harbour was dredged at a cost of nearly 1,000, the Public Works Loan Commissioners having allowed the instalments of principal and interest on the harbour loan to remain in abeyance, to enable the Harbour Commissioners to carry out the dredging.  The wooden ship building trade is now almost obsolete, but iron ship building is actively carried on at the shipyard adjoining the Belfast Road, and a dry dock has been constructed, into which ships of large tonnage can enter for repairs.  Yacht building and repairing is also an important industry at the yard of Mr. John Hilditch, Governor's Place.  The oysters taken off the coast are prized for their size and flavour.  The Northern Banking Company Limited, has a branch in the town.  Carrickfergus is the headquarters of a coastguard division.  There is a branch of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, and it is also the centre of a National Educational district.  A branch of the Belfast and Northern Counties Railway terminates at the town, and communication has been established between this town and Larne by means of the Carrickfergus and Larne Railway.  In 1891 the population of the county of the town was 8,909, and is now almost 9,210.  By the Irish Local Government Act, 1898, the county of the town was abolished and merged in the County Antrim.  By the same Act the Board of Municipal Commissioners was dissolved, and the duties taken over by an urban District Council, consisting of 18 members and the provisions of the Towns' Improvement (Ireland) Act, 1854, were made to apply to the town forming the urban sanitary district.

Post Office and Stamp Office, High Street - Miss O'Gorman, postmistress
Carrickfergus Gas Company Limited - Office and Works, Irish Quarter West.  The capital stock of the company consists of 3,000, divided into 600 transferable shares of 5 each.  Directors - Richard McGiffin, chairman; L. L. Macassey, C.E.; John Herdman, Johnston Bowman, William Mann, Robert Cambridge.  Auditor - John McConnell.  Manager - Robert Campbell.  Secretary - David Gillespie
Markets - Grain, potatoes and butter, etc., Saturday; pork, Monday; cattle, first Saturday of each month
Fairs - First Saturday in February, first May, first Saturday in August and first November
Barn Spinning Mills - James Taylor & Sons Limited, proprietors (Yarn)
Belfast Water Works, Woodburn - George E. Reilly, superintendent
Duncrue Spinning Mill - John Williamson, proprietor
Salt Union Limited - Alex. Miscampbell, local manager
Carrickfergus Salt Works Company Limited - Thomas Oaks, local manager
Chemical Salt Company Limited - James Walker, local manager
Salt Mines Syndicate - W. A. Fletcher, manager
Joymount Bleach, Dye and Print Works - Branch of Sullatober Bleaching and Print Works Co. Ltd.
Kilroot Bleach Works
Shipbuilding Yard, Belfast Road - Paul Rodgers, proprietor
Sullatober Bleaching and Print Works Co. Limited - Samuel Jackson, managing director
Woodburn Weaving Factory - County Down Flax Spinning and Weaving Co. Limited, proprietors
The Irish Billposting Co. - Branch office, Sunnyside - Fred Williams, manager
Carrickfergus Harbour Junction Railway - Capital 6,500 in 650 shares of 10 each.  Directors - A. Committee of three members of the Urban District Council of Carrickfergus, three members of the Rural District Council of Larne, and the member of the County Council of Antrim for the electoral divisions which includes the district electoral divisions of Carrickfergus Urban and Carrickfergus Rural; D. Blair Alexander, secretary
Belfast and Northern Counties Railway - Station Master, Carrickfergus - W. J. McDowell
Literary and Scientific Society of the Union Hall - Patron, Mr. Thomas Greer, J.P., F.R.G.S. Secretary and Treasurer, Mr. D. Pasley.  In connection with the society there are a library, museum and newsroom.
Gill's Charity - This charity was established pursuant to the will, dated 23rd March, 1761, of Alderman Henry Gill, of Carrickfergus, and has for its object the annual support and maintenance for ever of fourteen aged men, reduced in their circumstances, who are not able to get a maintenance to themselves, and who have either been born in, or inhabitants of, the town and parish of Carrickfergus from their youth.  The property of the charity produces at the present time annual income of about 300, which is almost double what the yearly produce was at the date of the bequest.  The entire income is applied by the trustees in accordance with the terms of the will of the donor; but as the charity is a private one, no accounts are ever issued to the public.  The present trustees are - Messrs. Thomas Greer, J.P., F.R.G.S.; William Gorman, J.P., S. P. Close, A.R.H.A.; G. E. Kirk, J.P.; W. A. Woodside, J.P.; H. I. Johns, J.P.; Daniel Bowman, J.P.; Secretary, David Gillespie.
Sheil's Charity - a sum of money bequeathed by a benevolent gentleman of that name - a native of Killough, County Down, a successful merchant of Liverpool - for the purpose of building 21 comfortable houses for respectable persons in reduced circumstances.  These houses are rent free, and each inmate receives 10 a year, with fire and light, on condition of raising 10 a year towards his own support.  Open to residents in the Co. Antrim and County of the Town of Carrickfergus.  There are similar institutions in Killough, Dungannon, Armagh and Dublin.  Trustees - M. R. Dalway, D.L.; Thomas Greer, J.P., F.R.G.S.; William Bell, J.P.; J. Raphael, J.P.; W. A. Woodside, J.P.; Philip Jordan, J.P.; H. I. Johns, J.P.; Samuel P. Close, A.R.H.A.; Rev. S. Edgar Stewart, B.A.; Rev. George Chamberlain, M.A.; Rev. H. O'Boyle, P.P.  Superintendent - Robert James.  Secretary - E. S. Obri, Dublin.
Member for County Antrim sitting is Petty Sessions District of Carrickfergus - Daniel Bowman, Austin Cornwall, William Gorman, Thomas Greer, Robert Kelly, John Vint, Robert McMurray, John Wilson, William Allen Woodside, James Craig, Montagu W. E. Dobbs, William T. Doran, Thos. Greer, Geo. E. Kirk, Alfred J. A. Lepper, John Macaulay, Thomas Milliken, Hill McKeen, Wm. Porter, John Raphael and Wm. A. Woodside.
Urban District Council, elected 16th January, 1899 - 18 members, one-third retiring each year - Thomas Vint, J.P., chairman; D. Black, Wm. Brytt, Robt. A. Carnaghan, Austin Cornwall, J.P.; James B. Craig, E. Davey, Dr. Francis, Wm. Gorman, J.P.; John Hagan, Thos. Jack, Chas. M. Legg, James Logan, A. Miscampbell, H. McCavana, Jas. McCullough, J. Patterson, P. Rodgers. Town Clerk, J. Boyd; borough treasurer, Henry Blackburne.  Auditor - Arthur Baker. Solicitors - Johns, Bates & Johns, Belfast
Harbour Commissioners - Same as Urban District Council
Harbour Master - D. Robb; assistant, R. Shaw
Ballast Master and Collector of Dues - David Robb; assistant, Robert Shaw
Larne Rural District Council - Carrickfergus Electoral Division - Robt. McCammon, D. G. Whiteford, Thomas McAllister
Coroner - Arthur Mussen, M.D., Glenavy
Antrim County Council - Carrickfergus Electoral Division - Alex. Miscampbell
Clerk of Petty Sessions - James Boyd, Town Hall
Surveyor - W. D. R. Taggart, C.E.
Rater Collector for Urban District - James Blackburne, High Street
Rate Collector for Rural District - David L. Wilson, Milebush, Carrickfergus
Commissioner for taking Affidavits - James Boyd, C.P.S.; office, Town Hall
Dispensary, Union Hall, High Street - S. Killen, M.D., medical officer
Relieving Officer - T. G. Feeney, Castle Street
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - S. Killen, M.D.; deputy registrar, James Boyd.  Office - Dispensary, High Street
Sanitary Officer - S. Killen, M.D.; sanitary sub-officer, Thomas G. Feeney


Church of Ireland, Church Street - Rev. Geo. Chamberlain, M.A., rector; Rev. A. Mack MacLulich, B.A., curate
First Presbyterian Church, North Street - Rev. Alexander Cuthbert, M.A.
Joymount Presbyterian Church - Rev. S. Edgar Stewart, B.A.
Woodburn Presbyterian Church - Rev. H. McC. Douglas
Loughmorne Presbyterian Church - Rev. W. G. Lundie, B.A.
Methodist Church, West Street - Rev. Richard Cole
Independent Church, Albert Road - Rev. Jas. Lyon
Unitarian Church, Joymount Bank - Vacant
Baptist Church, Albert Road - Rev. J. Stanley Flook
Roman Catholic Chapel, Minorca - Rev. H. O'Boyle, P.P.
Ebenezer, Greenisland - Undenominational meetings
Eden Mission Hall - Connected with Independent Church


Bank - Branch of the Northern Banking Co. Ltd. - Manager, David Pasley; sub-manager, William Smyth
Albert Road School - Henry England, principal; Miss Mary Smyth and Miss Lizzie Donald, assistants
Aldoo National School - J. Patton, principal; Miss Hagan, assistant
Barn Mills National School, Scotch Quarter - J. B. Baillie, principal; Miss M. McCullough and Miss M. Stafford, assistants
Bellahill Female National School - Miss Connor, principal
Alexandra School, High Street (Ladies' Boarding, Day and Intermediate) - The Misses Nelson, principals
Ladies' Collegiate School, High Street - The Misses Douglas, principals
Commons National School - George K. Charters; Mrs. Charters, work mistress
Eden Female National School - Miss S. J. McCrudden
Joymount National School - R. Logan, principal; Miss A. Fulton, Miss A. Beattie, assistants
Knockagh National School - Samuel Taylor
Kilroot National School - H. D. Erwin
Minorca Place National School - Male, Joseph Savage, principal; female, Miss Cahill, principal; Miss O'Gorman, assistant
Loughmorne National Schools - No. 1, Alex. Forbes; No. 2, W. J. Barry
Model Schools, Belfast Road - Boys' department, Adam Harbicson, B.A., principal; R. O'Neill and A. A. Moore, assistants; girls' department, Miss Coulter, principal; Miss Naismith, assistant; infants' department, Miss Watt, principal; Miss Hewlett, assistant
Parochial National Schools, Lancasterian Street - Joseph Wolfe, principal; Miss Crowley, assistant; infants, Miss McConkey
Private and Boarding School for young gentlemen preparing for the universities - Rev. J. Hamilton Bennett, B.A., Kilroot House
Sullatober National School - W. J. Cambridge, B.A., principal; Miss Minnie Thompson, assistant
Troopers' Lane National School - Miss Mitchell
Woodburn National Schools - No. 1, S. V. Stirling, principal; Miss Alexander, work mistress; No. 2, Miss M. Stevenson
Petty Sessions, held first and third Tuesday of each month
Newspaper - "Carrickfergus Advertiser and East Antrim Gazette," published every Friday morning - Proprietor, James Bell, High Street
News Rooms - Union Hall, High Street; Young Men's Christian Association, Carlton House, Market Place
Town Hall - James Boyd, town clerk
Antrim Artillery Militia (Southern Division R.A.) - Headquarters, Old Courthouse - Capy. C. M. Ewart, R.A., adjutant; Lieut. Henry C. Smith, R.A., quartermaster; A. Forsyth, sergeant-major
Coastguard Station, Belfast Road - Commander James Cuddy, R.N., inspecting officer for district
Constabulary Station, High Street - B. J. Atwell, head-constable
Telephone Call Offices - Messrs. R. & M. Milliken, Victoria Street; and J. Bell, High Street
Temperance Cafe (Young Men's Christian Association), Carleton House, Market Place
Working Men's Institute and Gymnasium - Lancasterian Street


Agnew, Miss, dress maker, Governor's Place
Alexander, Robert, draper, West Street

Ballentine, John, Leslie House
Bell, James, Printer, Stationer, Newsagent, Glass, China, Earthenware and Fancy Goods Shop and Circulating Library, Corner House, High Street and North Street
Bell's Photographic Studio, North Street
Bennett, Rev. J. Hamilton, B.A., vicar of Templecorran, Kilroot House
Birnie, Miss, Scotch Quarter
Black, D. & Co., drapers and millinery establishment, West Street 
Blackburne, H., solicitor, High Street
Bowman, Daniel, draper and druggist, West Street
Bowman, Johnston, watch maker, West Street
Boyd, Alexander, Sunnyside
Boyd, Henry, Sunnylands
Boyd, James, town clerk, Joymount
Boyd, Mrs., draper, Albert Road
Boylan, John, spirit merchant, Irish Quarter South
Burleigh, Miss, Colleen
Bury, Percy, spirit merchant, Joymount Bank
Busby, Mrs., grocer and spirit dealer, Eden
Byrtt, William, boot maker, North Street

Cambridge & Co., Grocers, Wine, Spirit, Timber, Iron Merchants, Registered Druggists, Gunpowder Agents and Sawmills, High Street
Cameron, J. & G., Bakers and Grocers, and Jam Manufacturers, North Gate
Carnaghan, Robert, fishmonger, ship chandler, fruiterer and green grocer, Market Place
Carrey, Wm. T., traveller for the Salt Union Ltd., the largest Manufacturers of Salt in the World, and also Manufacturers of the Best Soaps; agent for the Edinburgh Life, the Northern Fire and the Scottish Fire, and the Scottish Accident Insurance Companies, Governor's Place
Carrey, Anthony, Meadowbank, Belfast Road
Carruth, Walter, builder, Irish Quarter West
Caters, Ezekiel, carpenter and builder, Irish Quarter West
Chamberlain, Rev. George, M.A., The Rectory
Clarke, Dr. James A., West Street
Classon, merchant tailor, Market Place
Close, S. P., A.R.H.A., Fodeen
Cole, Rev. R., Methodist Manse, Scotch Quarter
Connolly, James, Rosebrook
Conway, Patrick, clothier, West Street
Conway, Peter, pawnbroker, West Street
Cuthbert, Rev. Alexander, M.A., Rocklands Manse, Belfast Road

Darragh, William, Copeland Terrace
Davey, Edward, Victoria Bar, High Street
Davey, Edward, Victoria Hotel, High Street
Davey, Robert, grocer and hardware merchant, Green Street
Dean, J., plasterer, North Street
Dean, J. & Sons, plasterers, High Street
Dobbs, M. W. E., D.L., J.P., Castle Dobbs
Dorman, Robert, Oakfield
Douglas, Hugh, grocer and spirit dealer, Eden
Douglas, Joseph, druggist, Eden
Douglas, Rev. H. McC., Woodburn Manse
Douglas, The Misses, ladies' school, High Street
Duff, John, fruiterer, Market Place
Dunwoody, Hugh G., spirit merchant, Railway Tavern, Victoria Street

Edmonds, Mrs., grocer, Scotch Quarter
Elliott, John, Larne Road
English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agents, E. J. Tuke, Robert Alexander, West Street
Evans, Hugh, accountant, Rhanbuoy Park
Evans, Patrick, farmer, Slate House
Evans, W. J., publican, North Street
Ewart, C. M., captain R.A., and adjutant A.A.M., High Street

Fisken, Alex., Bayview, Greenisland
Fletcher, W. A., Rhanbuoy Park
Flook, Rev. J. Stanley, Baptist Manse, High Street
Forbes, R. B., Copeland Terrace
Forsyth, James, grocer, West Street
Forsythe, John, draper, West Street
Forsythe, Robert & Co., drapers, The Arcade, Victoria Place
Francis, Dr. Arthur B., High Street
Frazer, John, confectioner and tobacconist, North Street

Gardner, Wm., spirit dealer, Minorca
Getty, Mrs., Greenisland
Gorman, John, Copeland Terrace
Gorman, John P., Marine Villas
Gorman, J. Charles, Castle Street
Gorman, Misses, dressmakers, West Street
Gorman, Mrs., dress maker, High Street
Gorman, Richard, merchant tailor, High Street
Gorman, Thomas, Rhanbuoy Park
Gorman, William, J.P., Castle Street
Gorman, Wm., & Sons, grocers, hardware and seed merchants, Sawmills, timber, tile and slate yards, Market Place and Castle Street
Graham, James, watch making, sewing and knitting machine depot, Market Place
Greene, John K., Downshire Park
Greer, Thomas, J.P., F.R.G.S., Sea Park

Hagan, John, butcher, West Street
Hall, Major A.S.C., Woodlawn
Hamilton, Mrs., grocer, North Street
Hamilton, Mrs. T., spirit dealer, Irish Gate
Hamilton, Mrs. W., house furnisher, West Street
Hamilton, Robert, spirit merchant, Red Brae
Hamilton, William, auctioneer, West Street
Hart, Miss, milliner, High Street
Hayes, J., flesher, North Street
Henderson, H. H., painter, Unity Street
Herron, Mrs., grocer, Taylor's row
Higgin, Mrs., Rosganna, Kilroot
Higginson, Captain, Dunloskin
Hilditch, John, yacht builder, Irish Quarter South
Hodkinson, James, salt mines manager, Irish Quarter South
Holden, Mrs., Scotch Quarter
Holmes, John, plumber and gas fitter, North Street
Howard, Mrs., grocer, West Street
Hunter, Henry, spirit merchant, North Street
Huston, Dr. James, West Street

Jellie, John, Farmhill House
Johns, Miss, Altan
Johns, Tyndall S., solicitor, Joymount Court
Johnstone, Charles J., New Bath, Greenisland
Johnstone, Francis, Glenfield, Greenisland

Kelly, H. C., Sub-Sheriff County Down, Seaview, Greenisland
Kelly, R., sen., J.P., solicitor, Seaview, Greenisland
Kelly, Robt., jun., solicitor, Seaview, Greenisland
Kerr, Mrs., grocer, West Street
Killen, Dr. Samuel, High Street
Kirk, George Edmondstone, J.P., Thornfield

Larmour, William, teacher of navigation, Joymount Bank
Law, John, market lessee, North Street
Legg, Charles M., coal merchant, Governor's Place; res., Bayview
Lepper, A. J. A., J.P., The Rhanbuoy
Lilburn, Richard, North Lodge
Logan, James, Market Place
Logan, Miss, grocer, Irish Quarter West
Long, Wm., grocer, North Street
Lynn, Henry, Albany Cottage
Lyon, Rev. James, Joymount Parade

Magee, Hugh, spirit dealer, Irish Quarter West
Mann, Thomas, green grocer, Castle Street
Mayne, Hugh, car owner, North Street
Miller, George L., painter, Albert Road
Milliken, David, merchant tailor and general draper, West Street
Milliken, R. & M., grocers, Victoria Street
Mills, Mrs., spirit dealer, Davys Street
Miscampbell, Alex., C.C., Governor's Place
Mitchell, Miss, dress maker and milliner, Market Place
Montgomery, Robert, spirit merchant, Hamilton's Row
Moore, A., butcher, Irish Gate
Moore, Thomas, High Street
Moore, William, spirit dealer, West Street
Morrison, Wm. J., spirit merchant, North Street
Morrison's Hotel, High Street

McAllister, A., grocer, North Street
McAllister, Edward, blacksmith, Irish Quarter West
McAllister, H., grocer, Albert Road
McAllister, James, blacksmith, North Gate
McAllister, Samuel, butcher, Irish Quarter West
McCarroll, Robert, spirit merchant, Castle Street
McCartney, T. J., Grocer and Provision Dealer, West Street
McCaughen, Joseph, Windmill Hill
McChesney, Andrew, painter, Albert Road
McClelland, Charles, painter, Scotch Quarter
McClelland, John, car owner, Albert Road
McCloskey, Miss, spirit dealer, Quay Gate
McConnell, Charles, fowl dealer and grocer, North Street
McDowell, James, Saddler, Irish Quarter West
McDowell, Robert, tailor, North Street
McDowell, Samuel, painter, Irish Quarter West
McDowell, W. J., station master, Victoria Street
McFarlane, Thos., hair dresser, Irish Quarter West
McFerran, John, The Barn
McGiffin, Richard, stock and share broker, The Anchorage, Larne Road
McGiffin, Wm., Joymount
McIntosh & Girvin, tailors, High Street
McKay, Alex. D., blacksmith, Lancastrian Street
McMurtry, Robt., spirit dealer, Scotch Quarter
McVea, John, saddler, High Street; and boot and shoe warehouse, Market Place

Nelson, George, music teacher, Albert Road
Nelson, The Misses, educational establishment, High Street
Newsagency, Stationery, Toy & Delf Co., 7 West Street

O'Boyle, Rev. H., P.P., Minorca Place
O'Gorman, James, High Street
O'Gorman, Miss, postmistress, High Street
O'Rorke, Mrs. D., Tignamara, Greenisland

Pasley, David, manager of Northern bank
Patterson, John, greengrocer, fruiterer and confectioner, West Street
Phoenix Fire Office - Agent, Robert Alexander, West Street
Pinkerton, Miss, dress maker, Albert Road
Pirrie, J. B., The Deanery, Scotch Quarter
Pollock, Robert, grocer and cabinet maker, North Street
Porter, Miss, Hawthorne Villa
Porter, Robert J., solicitor, High Street
Porter, Wm., jun., Governor's Place
Porter, Wm., J.P., Bayview, Greenisland

Robinson, Wm., butcher, Market Place
Rodgers, Alexander, builder, Schomberg Street
Rodgers, James, Baker, North Street
Rodgers, Paul, ship builder, Belfast Road
Ross, James, M.A., inspector of National Schools, Green Edge
Ross, James, saddler, West Street
Ross, Wm., Old Arch Tavern, North Street
Rowan, Miss, Scotch Quarter

Scottish Accident Co. - Agent, William T. Carrey, Governor's Place
Sellers, Mrs., spirit dealer, Green Street
Shaw, Captain Robert, assistant harbour master, Albert Road
Shaw & Jack, Coal Merchants, Governor's Place
Singleton, Thomas, spirit merchant, High Street
Smith, Henry C., Lieut. R.A. and Quartermaster A.A.M., Sunnyside
Smyth, Mrs., draper, Irish Gate
Sproull, Mrs., Scotch Quarter
Stark, Mrs., Scotch Quarter
Stephens, Robert, Riverbank
Stewart, Mrs. pawn broker, North Street
Stewart, M. E., spirit dealer, North Street
Stewart, Rev. S. Edgar, B.A., The Manse, Joymount
Stocker, Fred., boot and shoe maker, Market Place
Stuart Bros., grocers and seed merchants, North Street
Sun Fire and Life Offices - Agents, J. & E. J. Tuke, The Castle

Taggart, Mrs., Governor's Place
The Edinburgh Life Assurance, founded 1823 - Agent, Wm. T. Carrey, Governor's Place
The Northern Assurance Co., founded 1832 - Agent, Wm. T. Carrey, Governor's Place
Todd, W. J., hairdresser, West Street
Tuke, John, Copeland Terrace
Turner, Wm., grocer, Irish Quarter West

Vint, John, J.P., Governor's Place
Vint, Robert, Grovernor's Place
Vint, Thomas, J.P., Bayview
Vint, Wm., & Sons, General Merchants, Coal Importers, Jam and Jelly Manufacturers, West Street and Jam Factory, Unity Street, Belfast

Walker, James, manager, Chemical Salt Co. Limited, Downshire Park
Walker, Mrs., grocer, West Street
Walker, W. J. M., Glen House, Trooper's Lane
Weatherup, John, bookkeeper, Scotch Quarter
Weatherup, T. D., Boot and Shoe Warehouse and furniture mart, Market Place
Wilbond, Capt. J., Downshire Park
Williams, Fred., Sunnyside
Wilson, John, J.P., Faunoran, Greenisland
Williamson, Alex., spirit merchant, Minorca
Wise, B. D., C.E., Silverstream, Greenisland
Workman Bros., Grocers, Albert Road
Woodside, David, Castle Rocklands
Woodside, W. A., J.P., Castle Rocklands

Young, Joseph, grocer and market gardener, North Street


Anderson, Reeves, Upper Woodburn
Apsley, Robert, Duncrue

Bailey, Jonathan, Kilroot
Bailey, Thomas, Middle Division
Barron, John, Loughmorne
Beggs, John, Eden
Bryson, James, Scoutbush
Bryson, Thomas, Greenisland

Craig, David, Eden

Donaldson, Alexander, Boneybefore

Girvan, Thomas Upper Woodburn
Graham, John, Loughmorne

Hamilton, Samuel, Duncrue
Hart, Alexander, Newseat
Hart, Robert, Bellahill
Huston, Richard, Fairview
Huston, John, Middle Division

Johnston, Paul, Knockagh
Johnston, R. McCheyne, Knock Lodge

Lockhart, James, Kilroot
Logan, Mrs. William, Knockagh
Logan, William, Marshaltown

Mann, William, Marshaltown
Mulholland, Patrick, Slievetrue

McAllister, Thomas, Eden
McAllister, Thos., R.D.C., Slievetrue
McBrinn, Chas., sen., Duncrue
McCammon, David, Knockagh
McCammon, Robt., R.D.C., Knockagh House
McMaster, James, Duffshill
McMaster, William, Duffshill
McNinch, John, Seamount

Owens, Robert, Loughmorne

Picken, James, Knockagh

Simms, Samuel, Altavaddy
Smiley, Mrs., The Mount
Stewart, William, Loughmorne

Whiteford, David, Woodford
Whiteford, D. G., R.D.C., Woodlawn
Wilson, David Legg, Milebush
Wilson, James McWha, Kilroot
Wilson, John, farmer and grocer, Commons
Wisnom, Samuel, Altahamond

Young, Robert, Slievetrue


A market town in County Monaghan, fifty-one miles N.W. by N. from Dublin, eleven S. from Castleblayney, situated on the main road from Dublin to Londonderry.  It derives its name from its situation upon a rock (carricq), and from one of its early proprietors, Ross, a celebrated Irish chieftain.  The eastern part of the barony now belongs to the former tenantry of the Marquis of Bath, and the western to Mr. S. E. Shirley, of Lough Fea Castle.  The town consists of one wide principal street, with several lanes diverging; the houses in the main street are uniformly built.  Those on one side of the street (the north) are all owned by the occupiers, Lord Bath having sold all his town as well as his country property about ten years ago.  The houses on the other side (south) are held in yearly tenancies under Mr. Shirley.  A beautiful Roman Catholic Chapel stands at the entrance to the town, and a handsome spire has just been added at considerable cost.  Here also is the Railway Station, a terminus on the Great Northern line.  In 1844 a commodious Courthouse was erected.  The Police Barrack is situated in Main Street.  A Bridewell was built in 1836, but is now disused.  The Parish Church, a neat stone edifice, was erected in 1706.  There are a dispensary, Fever Hospital, and a Union Workhouse; a Free Grammar School, a School under the National Board of Education, Convent of St. Louis, and a Parochial School.  The market days are Saturday for grain, and Thursday general market.  Fairs for 1901 have been fixed by the Town Commissioners, to be held on the 2nd Thursday of every month.  Gas was introduced in 1858.  In 1899 Waterworks were opened, which afford a plentiful supply of the best water, and splendid pressure.  Population in 1891 was 2,000

Post Office, Main Street - Mrs. Clegg, postmistress


Church of Ireland, Main Street - Rev. Benjamin Moffett, M.A., rector
Roman Catholic Chapel - Very Rev. Dean Bermingham, P.P.; Rev. P. J. O'Neill, and Rev. Andrew Maguire, curates


Town Clerk - Thomas Nolan
Royal Irish Constabulary - Joseph Smith, district inspector
Fever Hospital - Medical officer, B. McCaul, M.B.; J. M. Bolton, J.P., secretary pro tem
National Bank - Edmond G. Foley, manager; S. O'Halloran, accountant; John Mulhall, teller
Ulster Bank - Thomson, James, manager; G. B. Steen, teller; T. J. O'Reilly, accountant
Registration of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - J. Phelan, clerk of union, superintendent registrar; Daniel J. Cullen, M.D., J.P., registrar
Stamp Office, Main Street - H. Withrington
Magheross National School - F. G. Gibson, teacher
National School - Edward McNally, teacher
Grammar School - W. Anderson, B.A., master
Union Workhouse - Fourteen Electoral Divisions - Board meets on Tuesdays - J. J. Downes, J.P., Carrickmacross, chairman; J. Daly, M.P., Carrickmacross, vice-chairman; John Pelan, clerk and returning officer; ? Jones, master; Dr. Cullen, medical officer; Rev. B. Moffett, Protestant chaplain; Very Rev. Dean Bermingham, P.P., Roman Catholic Chaplain; Francis Campbell, Carrickmacross, relieving officer


Bashford, John, Main Street
Blackader, R. Quaile, insurance agent, Main Street
Byrne, P. J., grocer, spirit dealer and baker, Main Street

Callan, Patrick, publican, The Bridge
Callan & Murphy, solicitors, Main Street
Campbell, Francis, butcher, New Street
Campbell, James, butcher, New Street
Campbell, Patrick, butcher, New Street
Cassidy, Hugh, hotel keeper and confectioner, Main Street
Clarke, E., inland revenue officer
Clinton, Mrs., baker, grocer. spirit dealer and meal stores
Conolly, Mary, spirit dealer & grocer, Main Street
Cullen, D. J., M.D., J.P., Main Street

Daly Bros., hardware and general merchants
Daly, James, M.P., coal merchant, Main Street
Daly, Wm., auctioneer, publican and grocer, Main Street
Downes, J. J., Main Street
Downey, J., boot maker, Monaghan Street
Duffy, J. J., mineral water manufacturer, New Street
Dwyer, Peter, publican, Main Street

Eakin, Nathaniel, haberdasher, Main Street
Elmes, E. D., pharmaceutical chemist and commissioner for oaths, Main Street
English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Office - Agents, Claude Brownlow, J.P., Coolderry; J. Phelan, Union; J. R. Clegg, Post Office

Farrelly, Edward, publican, Main Street
Finnigan, Edward, provision dealer, Main Street
Finnegan, Peter, publican, Main Street
Finnegan, J., nail maker, Monaghan Street
Finnegan, Michael, baker, grocer and spirit dealer, Main Street
Flynn, James, nail maker, New Street
Flynn, John, general dealer, New Street

Gibbings, J. T., J.P., Shirley House
Gordon, John, blacksmith, New Street

Hand, Bernard, boot and shoe maker, Bath Street
Hart, James, boot and shoe maker, Bath Street

Jones, Miss, dress maker, Main Street

Keelan, Bernard, publican, Main Street (Koelan)
Keenan, James, publican, Main Street
Keenan, John, provision dealer, Evelyn Street

Lang, Alexander T., petty sessions clerk and commissioner for oaths
Lundy, & Co., grocers

Macklin, J., draper. Main Street
Maguire, J. J., solicitor
Martin, James, painter, etc., Evelyn Street
Martin, Michael, painter and glazier, Main Street
Mercer, M. J., draper, Main Street
Murphy, Arthur, inn keeper, Bath Street
Murphy, P., marine store, New Street
Murray, Patk., commercial traveller, Evelyn Street

McCaul, B., & Co., drapers, Main Street
McCaul, Bernard, M.B., Main Street
McCaul, James, & Sons, seed and general merchants
McCaul, J. J., auctioneer and merchant
McCluskey, Mary, publican, Main Street
McDonald, James, baker and grocer, Main Street
McEnteggart, J., grocer and spirit dealer
McKenna, Patrick, hardware merchant, Main Street
McKenna, Peter, M.B., Main Street
McMahon, Michael, draper, Main Street
McMahon, Thos., publican, Main Street
McVeigh Bros., grocers, spirit dealers and bakers, Main Street

Nolan, J., glass and china dealer, Main Street

O'Connor, T., whitesmith, New Street
O'Hagan, Joseph, grocer and spirit dealer
O'Neill, E. J., hotel keeper, spirit dealer and newsagent, Main Street
O'Neill, James, wine merchant, coach builder and grocer

Phelan, John, clerk to Guardians
Phelan, Elizabeth, draper
Phoenix Fire Office - Agents, James Phelan, Draper; Claude Brownlow, Coolderry

Rafferty, C. J., solicitor, New Street
Reburn, Richey, publican, Main Street
Russell, Henry, clerk of works, Evelyn Street

Shannon & Co., woollen drapers, Main Street
Shevlin, Peter, publican, Main Street
Smyth, Owen J., publican, New Street
Strachan, T. C., druggist and grocer
Sun Fire and Life Offices - Agent, E. J. Foley, National Bank

Walsh, Eliza, Main Street
White, Alex., hotel keeper and auctioneer
Withrington, H., hardware dealer, grocer and postmaster
Woods, James, butcher, Bath Street
Woods, Thomas, butcher and inn keeper, New Street
Woods, Wm., butcher and inn keeper, New Street
Woods, W. F., butcher and inn keeper, Main Street


Barton, James J., Derrylavin
Barton, William, Farney Cottage
Bermingham, Very Rev. Dean, P.P., Lisaniske
Bolton, John M., J.P., Donaghmoyne House

Cassidy, J., Cox's Mills

Duffy, J. J., C.U.C., J.P., Lodge

Eakin, Samuel, J.P., Donaghmoyne

Gartlan, Misses, Monalty

Hoey, James, Donogue
Hurst, Rev. F. J., M.A., rector of Donaghmoyne

Jackson, Sidney, J.P., Longfield

Leslie, Charles J., Kiltybegs
Lewis, Samuel, Corcrin
Lundy, Richey, Ardragh

Mitchell, the Misses, Capra
Murray, Patrick, Evelyn Street

McCabe, Thomas, J.P., Lough Moylan
McGorisk, Patrick, Drumboory
McKenna, P., M.D., Rahans

O'Halloran, Stephen, Invor

Quinn, P. M., M.D., Corduff

Rennick, J. C., Loughderry

Shirley, S. E., J.P., D.L., Lough Fea
Stubbs, H., Loughfea

Withrington, H., Bellevue
Withrington, Joseph, Annacroff


Is a neat little village, situated in the parish of Termonmaguirke, County Tyrone, almost midway between Dungannon and Omagh, eleven miles from the former and nine from the latter.  A mile to the south of the village is Carrickmore Railway Station, on the Great Northern line, between, Belfast and Londonderry.  St. Columbkill founded a religious establishment at Carrickmore, to which Termon lands were granted as an endowment by the liberality of some of the native chiefs; his residence, his bed, and well are still pointed out to strangers.  Immediately behind the railway station is Dunmisk Hill, with an ancient rath on the top of it, where, tradition states, James II encamped for a night on his way from Derry, and passed on afterwards through Castlecaulfield.  In those troublesome times the Rector of the parish of Termonmaguirke (Rev. Roger Blythe) was hanged by the rebels.  The fair is held on the last Friday of the month, and the market for butter, eggs and fowl, etc., every Friday.  The population in 1891 was 113.  The first Parish Church in Termon of which there is any record was built in the year 1622, in the reign of James I., after the Settlement of Ulster; its ruins are still standing in the old burial ground near the modern Roman Catholic Chapel, which is built near the village.  The present Parish Church was built in 1792; the spire was erected in 1860, in memory of the Rev. Charles Cobbe Beresford.  Petty Sessions are held on last Wednesday of each month.


Church of Ireland - Rev. K. C. Brunskill, M.A., incumbent
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. Donnelly, P.P.


Dispensary - Carrickmore and Mountfield - Christopher Hunter, M.D., J.P., medical officer
Magistrates who preside at Petty Sessions - Sir John Marcus Stewart, Bart., and Lieutenant-Colonel H. H. Stewart, Carrickmore House; Lieut.-Colonel C. M. Alexander, Termon; R. H. Anderson, Sixmilecross; M. Rodgers, Beragh; J. Dunsterville, R. M., Omagh.  Clerk of Petty Sessions - J. C. Warmington
Post Office - Miss Bridget McAleer, postmistress.
National Schools - Aughiogan - D. Marshall, teacher.  Termon - J. Kirk
R. I. Constabulary Barracks - Sergeant James Healy, in charge, with four constables


Brunskill, Rev. K. C.

Colgan, John, spirit merchant
Collins, Wm., shoe maker

Daley, Charles, grocer
Donnelly, Rev. James, C.C.

English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agent, J. C. Warmington, C.P.S.

Fennel, Wm., constable R.I.C.
Fox, Alice, grocer

Groogan, Mary, dress maker
Groogan, Ann, grocer
Grugan, John, butter merchant

Haughey, Sarah, grocer

Johnston, Joseph, constable R.I.C.

Keenan, Thos., rope manufacturer
Kelly, Francis

Marshall, George, ex-head constable R.I.C. and egg merchant
Meenagh, Michael, spirit dealer
Montague, Mrs.

McAleer, The Misses, post mistress and spirit dealers
McCrystal, Teresa, draper and milliner
McDonald, Rev. John, C.C.
McGlinn, Hugh
McGurk, Margaret
McGurk, Patrick, spirit dealer
McGurk, Michael, blacksmith
McIlroy, Bernard, blacksmith
McKernan, Arthur
McNally, Mary, dress maker

Quin, Elizabeth
Quinn, Patrick, Stewart Arms Hotel

Rafferty, Michael, spirit dealer

Stewart, Sir John M., Bart, J.P., Carrickmore Hall
Sun Fire and Life Offices - Agent, J. C. Warmington, C.P.S.

Walker, M., grocer


Anderson, William, Tyrooney

Bradley, John, Mullinbeg
Bradley, John, Tromogue

Cobane, Samuel, Drumnisk
Conway, James, Tonegan
Corr, John, Creggan
Corry, George, Drumlester
Corry, Samuel, Ballintrain
Coyle, Peter, Loughmacrory
Crawford, John, Copney
Crawford, Robert, Clare
Crawford, Robert, Aughnagreggan

Daly, James, Sluggan
Davis, Henry, Aldrummond
Davis, John, Tyrooney
Dixon, James, Mullinmore
Doherty, Michael, Aughnagreggan
Doherty, William, Aughnagregan
Doogan, John, Carrickmore

Fox, Michael, Mullinmore
Fox, William, Mullinmore

Gormley, Charles, Tyrooney
Gormley, Hugh, Drumlester
Gormley, Hugh, Drumlester

Kyle, David, Mullaghslin
Kyle, Orr, Mullaghslin

Love, J., Ballintrain
Lyons, John, Dommisk

Mannagh, Samuel, Drumlester
Molloy, Patrick, Carrickmore

McCallion, Hugh, Clare
McCarten, Michael, Drumlester
McCoy, James, Mullinmore
McCristal, Peter, Aughnagregan
McCullagh, Francis, Carrickmore
McDonnell, Daniel, Cregan
McFarland, Andrew, Creggan
McGinn, John, Aughnarogan
McGinn, Michael, Aughiogan
McGinn, Patrick, Carrickmore
McGinn, Patrick, Aughiogan
McGuire, James, Carrickmore
McGuire, Patrick, Carrickmore
McKernan, James, Tonegan
McKernan, John, Creggan
McKernan, Owen, Tromogue
McKigney, Bernard, Tonegan
McKigney, Francis, Tonegan
McMullan, Mrs., Tyrooney
McNally, Patrick, Carrickmore

Nugent, Francis, Mullinmore
Nugent, James, Aughnagregan
Nugent, James, Carrickmore
Nugent, Michael, Carrickmore

O'Neill, Terence, Tromogue

Rafferty, Charles, Sluggan
Rice, Bernard, Mullinbeg
Rice, John, Mullinbeg

Sawyers, Geo., Innishatieve
Smith, John, Drumnisk
Smith, William, Drumnisk
Smyth, Alexander, Copney
Smyth, Samuel, Tyrooney

Toal, Patrick, Tromogue
Toal, Peter, Tromogue
Todd, Hugh, Aldrummond
Todd, Wm., Loughmacrory

Ward, Hugh, Mullaghslin
Ward, John, Mullaghslin
Wilson, Robert, Altinagh


Castleblayney is a good market town, in which is carried on a large retail trade with the surrounding country.  It is situated on the line of railway from Enniskillen to Dundalk, and in consequence is easily accessible from Dublin and Belfast.  The railway station is on the north-west side of the town, and cars attend the different trains during the day.  On the other side of the town lies the beautiful demesne belonging to Lord Francis Pelham Clinton Hope.  This demesne, part of which is open to the public daily between the hours of ten and six o'clock, is largely patronised by pic-nic parties.  The scenery is excellent, and for wood and water few places, if any, in Ireland can excel it.  There are about 300 acres of wood, and Muckno Lake, which entirely belongs to this demesne, contains about 1,000 acres.  The Black Island, which is surrounded by Muckno Lake, contains 300 acres; and the White Island, which is also entirely surrounded by the lake, contains 14 acres.  The grounds are exceedingly well kept.  The Castle is a very fine building.  The Blayney Alms houses are built on the outside boundary of the town on the road leading to Carrickmacross.  They were built in the year 1877, and endowed by Lord Blayney.  Market days - Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.  Fair day - First Wednesday in every month.  The population in 1871 was 1,809; in 1881, 1,814; and in 1891, 1,722

Rural District Council (No. 1) - Hugh Carvill, J.P., C.C., chairman; James Ward, vice-chairman.  Elected Members - James Hughes, Annalough; James Ward, Annyalla; John Anderson, Corboffin; George King, Corbrack; James McDonnell, Ballibay; Philip McGuirk, Ballibay; Michael Connolly, Bellatrain; Hugh McNally, Aghmakerr; Alex. McDonnell, Lackafin; Peter P. Rooney, Ardkirk; James Mallon, Tullynamalra; James Molloy, Moneyvolan; Thos. Bannigan, Ullinagh; Patk. Gillon, Gragernagh; Patrick Lambe, Annalitten; Patk. Loughran, Cavanaguilla; J. Farrell, Castleblayney; B. Farnan, Castleblayney; Hugh Carvill, Drumleek South; Robert W. Harrison, Drumleek South; James Brannigan, Mullinary C.; Peter Conlan, Aghnaskew; Jas. Duffy, Corryloan; John Duffy, Tonyglasson; Edward McDonnell, Drumhawan; James McNally, Drumlane; Patk. Flanigan, Tullynamalra; John McArdle, Lattonfaskey; John Boyd Martin, Drumacrib; James O'Neill, Comaghy.  Co-opted Members - Francis Connolly, J.P., Coolmanan; Thos. McMahon, J.P., Bree House; Patk. McGinnity, Corderryduff; L. McDonnell, Drunhawan; Owen Hanratty, Drumganus Upper.  No. 2 - Patrick McConvill, J.P., M.C.C., chairman; Edward Blacker, J.P., vice chairman.  Elected Member - Michael Collins, Dorsey Hearty; James McKenna, Camly McCullagh; John Grant, Carron; S. Nelson, Freeduff; James Garvey, Glassdrumman; Michael Mallon, Carnally; James Donaghy, Crossmaglen; Patrick McConvill, J.P., Crossmaglen; Jas. Donaghy, Corliss; George Hughes, Cullyhana Big; Edward Blacker, J.P., Dorsey; Patk. Mackin, Finiskin; Michael Bellew, Mulladuff; Edward Sheridan, Ballinarea; Jas. Hale, Lisseraw; Patk. McShane, sen., Lisseraw; John Cooke, Newtownhamilton; Wm. Hawthorn, Newtownhamilton.  Co-opted Members - Eleizar Gilmore, J.P., Liscalgot; James McGeeney, J.P., Carrickrovaddy; P. G. Shaw, J.P., Tullyvallen; Owen Carraher, Creenkill; A. Hughes, Cullyhanna; Thos. Mackin, Newtownhamilton; Bernard Coyle, clerk. Workhouse Officials - Physician, Dr. J. Wilson; master, J. Duffy; Matron, Miss Flanagan; school mistress, Miss L. Flanagan; relieving officers, A. Rooney and Thomas McElroy
Stamp Distributor - John Sloan, West Street
Banks - Bank of Ireland - S. M. Wade, agent; C. O'Donnell, sub-agent; T. Shaw, cashier
Belfast Bank - H. Martin, manager; T. McGinley, cashier; B. Kerr, clerk
Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages - Registrar, Dr. J. P. Clarke, J.P.
Registration of Marriages - Registrar, William Hamilton; deputy registrar, T. C. Donnelly
Clerk of Petty Sessions - Wm. Hamilton
Commissioner for taking Affidavits - William Hamilton, C.P.S., and James W. Savage, B.A., solicitor
Commissioner for taking Affidavits for State of New York - James W. Savage, B.A., solicitor


Constabulary Barracks - Sergt. J. Byrne
Post Office - Mrs. M. C. Kelly, postmistress; Miss McQuillan, assistant
Gasworks - Alex. Merrilees, manager
Reading Room - President, H. L. Tottenham; secretary and treasurer, Thos. Dunwoody, solicitor
The Courthouse - Mrs. Henderson, keeper
The Dispensary - Dr. H. P. Clarke, J.P.
The Blayney Alms Houses - Thos. Harpur, keeper; Thos. Turner, secretary
Castleblayney Intermediate School - Principal, Miss Boyle; assistants, Miss M. W. Boyle and Miss Johnston
Solicitors - R. E. Bailie, Crown solicitor; J. G. Persse, J. W. Savage, B.A.; J. G. Reid, C. Laverty and T. Dunwoody
Agent Hope Estate - H. L. Tottenham; bailiff, J. Bailie
Agent Templeton Estate - J. McCullagh, J.P.; clerk, Wm. Hamilton; bailiff, Jas. Carragher
Solicitors' Clerks - T. C. Donnelly, F. A. Orr, R. Callan, John Molloy and Wm. McGrath
English and Scottish Law Life and Phoenix Fire Office - Agent, Bailey Kerr, Belfast Bank
Sun Fire and Life Offices - Agent, J. J. Kelly, Post Office



Bailey, John, grocer
Carswell, William, car owner
Crozier, Thomas, baker and general merchant
Crozier, Thos., publican
Duffy, Patrick, baker and grocer
Hanratty, Edward, publican
Hughes, Patrick, tailor
Kelly, Thomas, publican
Laverty, Ann, publican
Leathem, James, coach builder
Livingston, Wm., grocer
Morrison, Wm., draper
Murphy, Bernard, publican
McBride, Wm., grocer
O'Neill, Terence, publican
Parke, Wm. J., publican
Parks, Alexander, publican
Persse, John G., solicitor
Rooney, John, publican
Short, Peter, china warehouse
Stewart, Wm., C.B.O.
Watson, Robert, builder and contractor
Whyte, Thos., carpenter


Bailie, Robert Ellis, Crown solicitor
Boyd, David, draper
Branigan, Terence
Breen, Patrick, old clothes dealer
Burns, Francis, tailor
Callaghan, James, tailor
Callan, Eliza, baker
Carragher, Mary, publican
Casey, James, carter
Coleman, J., publican
Corrigan, Peter, general merchant
Coyle, Mary F., publican
Craig & Co., grocers
Cunningham, Hugh, postman
Daly, John, baker and spirit merchant
Daly, P., baker and grocer
Duffy, Catherine, publican
Duffy, Cormac, publican and baker
Duffy, Francis
Duffy, John
Duffy, Patrick, builder
Dunwoody, Thomas, solicitor
Farnan, B., baker and egg merchant
Flanagan, James, shoe maker
Flanagan, Miss, baker
Fleming, Rachel, boot warehouse and hotel proprietor
Fleming, Wm. J., watch maker and agent for the "Belfast News-Letter"
Gray, James, grocer
Gray, Mrs. E. J., ladies' tailor
Kelly, Arthur, publican
Kelly, Fras., publican
Kelly, J. J., J.P.
Kerr, Francis, mason
Lennon, Edward, stationer, etc.
Lunny, James, tailor
Maturin, H., manager Belfast Bank
Maxwell, Wm., C.B.O.
Molloy, Henry, general merchant
Mooney, W., china warehouse
Morriss, Miss, draper
Mulligan, John, saddler
Murphy, J., grocer
McArdle, James, entertainment
McAree, Patk., car owner & news-agent
McDonald, Patrick
McDonnell, Chas., butcher
McDonnell, Mrs., grocer
McElearney, Berd., nailer
McEneaney, James
McGahan & Co., drapers
McGeough, B., draper
McGovern, James
McGrath, Mrs., draper, etc.
McKenna, Patrick, carter
McManus, James
McMorran, Dr.
McQuaid, Michael, blacksmith
O'Brien, John, publican
O'Reilly, J., watch maker
O'Rorke, Patrick, car owner
Pedlow, T. G., draper
Pringle, Robert, J.P.
Quigley, James, baker
Quinn, Mary A., confectioner
Reid, J. G., solicitor
Rooney, Jas., spirit merchant, etc.
Rooney, The Misses, drapers
Rudden, Joseph, publican
Sheridan, Thos., publican and car owner
Sloan, John, printer and stationer
Smith, Patrick, C.T.C., publican
Spence, Robert, grocer, chemist and druggist
Tumulty, Berd., lodging house
Wade, S. M., manager Bank of Ireland
Woods, David, hotel proprietor and auctioneer


Boyle, Miss, intermediate school
Calderwood, John, tailor
Clements, David
Comeskey, Thomas
Gardiner, Edward, N.S. teacher
Hamilton, George, grocer
Higgins, Mrs., the Coffee Tavern
Irwin, Dr. E.
Lamie, Mrs., draper
Laverty, Chas., solicitor
Leavey, James, druggist, draper, etc.
Marron, Mrs., publican
Moley, Chas., publican
McArdle, Bernard, publican
McDonnell, John J., victualler
Shannon, Mrs., boot warehouse
Turner, Thomas, draper, etc.
Whitley, Wm. J.


Cooney, Mrs.
Miller, Miss
McQuillan, Miss
O'Donnell, C.
Savage, J. W., B.A., solicitor
Tottenham, H. L.
Wells, Mrs.
Wilson, Dr. J.


Anderson, Richard, police pensioner
Brannigan, Mrs., grocer
Brooks, James, butcher
Henderson, T., police pensioner
Henderson, Thomas, grocer
McArdle, James, fowl dealer
McDonald, John, police pensioner
McGinn, Sylvester, publican
Ward, J., shoe maker
White, John, tinsmith


Clifford, Robert, R.I.C.
Donnelly, T. C., law clerk
Drum, R., painter
Lynch, Bernard, blacksmith
Moore, Charles, cooper
McDonnell, Peter
McIlhenny, J. G.
Stockdale, R. H.
Stoker, Henry
Topham, Miss F. H.


Callan, Robert
Clarke, Dr. J. P., J.P.
Ennis, Hugh, carpenter
Farrell Bros., fowl merchants
Hardy, Hugh, publican
Hartigan, John, sen.
Hayden, Patrick, R.I.C.
Jeffers, Jeremiah, sergeant R.I.C.
Johnstone, Mrs.
McCarron, Ann
McPhillips, Rev. Fr.
Ruddin, Owen, fowl merchant


Adair, Robert, Carrickaslane
Adair, Robert, Corragartha
Ballagh, James, Killycracken
Callan, Mrs., Conabury
Carville, Edward, Lurganmore
Carville, Hugh, miller and farmer
Charlton, Rev. Thomas, Cremorne
Cross, James, Churchill
Gault, Rev. S., LL.D., Drumacrib
Geddis, James, Annyart
Gilmore, Miss, Laurel Hill
Gormely, John, Conabury Cottage
Hamilton, Wm. C., Drumillard
Hamilton, Wm., C.P.S., Sunnyside
Harrison, Hugh, Churchill
Harrison, Robert W., Drumleek
Harvey, John, Annyart
Hudson, Rev. Canon, D.D., The Rectory
Hunter, Edward, Conabury
Lewers, Wm., Corracloghan
Martin, John B., Drumacrib
Meegan, Rev. P., P.P., Drumcrew
McBirney, Samuel, Killycard
McCully, Rev. James, Broomfield
McKean, J., J.P., Laragh
McMahon, Rev. Geo., Tomacrow
McMahon, Thomas. J.P., Bree
O'Reilly, H.
Orr, F., law clerk, Hopefield
Pollock, T. J., Longfield
Quinn, Rev. C., C.C., Drumcrew
Ralston, Mrs., Corrigartha
Rodgers, Rev. M. W., Broomfield
Rudden, Thomas, Dodeece
Smythe, Rev. R. H., The Manse
Stephenson, Wm. J., Drumillard
Taylor, J. A., J.P., Conabury House
Tweed, Rev. R. J., Altnamackin
Wallace, James, Tullycoora
Wiley, John, auctioneer, Loughmourne
Windrum, Samuel, Errybane


Black, J., caretaker of Temple, forester
Blythe, Mrs., gate keeper
Douglas, Adam, assistant gamekeeper
Morley, J., gate keeper
Smith, Charles, gate keeper
White Alexander, head game keeper


The pretty little town of Castlecaulfield is situated almost in the centre of County Tyrone, and is one of the most prosperous of the numerous villages and small towns by which it is surrounded.  It in a great measure owes its increasing prosperity to the extensive and commodious factory, which not only gives employment to the inhabitants, but to the surrounding district as well.  The Postal arrangements are all that could be desired, and the erection lately of a telegraphic communication has rendered business more accommodating.  The Parish Church stands second to none for neatness and comfort, and Presbyterian and Methodist denominations have also very comfortable and artistic churches.  The old castle and grounds are the chief features of antiquity, and come in for a fair share of visitors during the summer months.  Two National Schools constitute the chief seats of learning, being well attended by the juvenile population.

Post Office, Telegraph and Money Order and Savings' Bank - Wm. Hinchey, postmaster.


Church of Ireland - Rev. J. H. Sides, A.B., rector
Presbyterian Church - Castlecaulfield, Rev. R. McClean, minister; Lower Clonaneese, Rev. Robert Gill, minister; Upper Clonaneese, Rev. Thomas Roulston, B.A., minister
Wesleyan Chapel - Supplied from Dungannon
Schools - No. 1 National School, Matthew Devinney, teacher; No. 2 National School, John Manelis, teacher
Societies - I.O.G.T., Mount Zion Lodge No. 132, meets each Wednesday evening at 8.30 p.m., in the Walker Memorial Hall; Young Men's Christian Association, meets each Tuesday evening during session at 7-30 o'clock in the Parochial Hall - Rev. J. H. Sides, A.B., president; C. Nash, vice-president
Orange Lodges - Castlecaulfield District L.O.L. No. 5, Major William Browne, D.M.; Charles Nash, D.D.M.; Thomas Lucas, D.T.' Rev. W. Wilson, D.C.; Robert Wilson, D.S.; L.O.L. No. 30, John Robert Wilson, D.S.; L.O.L. No. 38 Richd. Welton, W.M.; L.O.L. No. 266, Thomas Kelly, W.M.; L.O.L. No. 321, Thomas  J. McKee, W.M.; L.O.L. No. 324, John McAteer, W.M.; L.O.L. No. 728, Thomas Lucas, W.M.
Castlecaulfield Co-operative Agricultural and Dairy Society Ltd. - Wilson Guy, manager


Acheson, D., J.P., manufacturer
Acheson & Smith, linen manufacturers

Bartley, Thomas, grocer
Beattie, A., & Co., grocers and druggists
Beatty, Alex.
Blemings, John, labourer
Bowen, Charles, labourer
Burges, Colonel Y. H., D.L., Parkanaur
Burrnoes, Miss
Burrowes, James, publican
Burrows, J., spirit merchant

Campbell, Watson, tenter
Cardwell, S., farmer
Clark, James W., butcher
Clark, Thomas, butcher
Carowell, Miss
Caulwell, J., cloth passer
Conden, Mrs.

Daly, John, blacksmith
Davison, Miss, grocer
Dixon, Edward, linen lapper
Devinney, Matthew, N.S. teacher

Ferry, J. & W., grocers and drapers

Gill, Joseph S., L.R.C.P.E., L.R.C.S.E., L.F.P.S.G.
Gill, Rev. Robert
Gilligan, Mrs.
Grimes, James, butcher
Grimes, Robinson, butcher

Hall, Mrs.
Hall, Samuel, farmer
Hall, Thomas, blacksmith
Hamilton, James, farmer
Hamilton, Miss
Hinchey, Wm., postmaster
Hinchy, James, grocer
Houston, Alex., lapper
Hughes, William

Kelly, Annie, dress maker
Kelly, Thomas, land steward
Kerr, James, draper and tailor
Kirk, Thomas, blacksmith
Kirk, William John, shoe maker

Manelis, John, N.S. teacher
Murphy, J., nailor

McClean, Rev. Robert
McCooke & Doherty, tea dealers
McGee, Mrs.
McGoir, Bernard, labourer

Nash, C., land steward, Parkanaur

Patterson, John, blacksmith and farmer
Patton, Joseph A., grocer

Rea, Thomas, labourer
Reid, Mrs.
Revel, Samuel
Roulston, Rev. Thomas, B.A.
Rowan, T., tenter

Sides, Rev. J. R., A.B.
Smith, J. G., factory manager

Techuay, Mrs. (Technay is 1907)
Tener, R., publican and farmer
Thompson, Tom, baker
Thornberry, Mrs.
Toner, Patrick, farmer
Truesdale, James, hall keeper
Trousdale, Mrs.

Waddell, William, lapper
Walker, James H., grocer
Walker, Mrs.
Wilson, W., scutcher


Castledawson town, in County Londonderry, about twenty four miles from Belfast, is delightfully situated on the Moyola River, on the road from Magherafelt to Ballymena, and rather more than two miles N.W. of the north-western extremity of Lough Neagh.  The river is crossed by a stone bridge of one arch, supposed to be the largest span in Ireland, erected by the Dawson family, and hence its former name of Dawson's Bridge.  Its present appellation is derived from its proprietor, Mt. Joshua Dawson, who, in 1710, was Chief Secretary for Ireland, and erected in 1713 a castle, which is occupied by Lord and Lady Chichester and family.  The bridge was built in 1796.  Moyola Park, the seat of the Dawson family, adjoins the town, and is a beautiful demesne, through which passes an ancient avenue, three miles in length, opening on a magnificent view of Lough Neagh, to which it extends.  The making of bricks is carried on extensively.

Post Office - G. R. Tipping, postmaster; Miss Navn and Mrs. Andern, assistants
Church of Ireland - Rev. R. Wright
Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. Johnston
Methodist Church - Various ministers
Church of Ireland School - J. M. Kennelly, B.A.
Presbyterian School - Miss Irwin
Roman Catholic School - John Crilly


Ash, Thomas S., J.P., Bellaghy and Kilrea

Blakely, Alexander, dyer
Brown, John, Protestant Hall
Bruce, L. T., Col. H.S.B., J.P., Ballyscullion House, Bellaghy

Chichester, Lord J. A. C. S., J.P., Moyola Park
Clarke, Alex. L., Moyola Lodge
Convery, Patrick, publican and grocer
Convery, Rose, publican and grocer
Cottingham, James, gardener

Daly, Thomas, J.P., merchant, Bellaghy
Dawson, James, grocer and carpenter
Davison, Mark, linen manufacturer, Bellaghy
Davison, Robert, carpenter
Derby, W. J., J.P., Aughrim
Devlin, Francis, blacksmith
Diamond, David, spirit dealer, Bellaghy
Dogherty, Henry, nailor
Donnelly, Miss, spirit dealer, Creagh

Elliott, Thomas, coachman
Evans, Thomas, miller

Gallagher, Thomas, fowl dealer
Gansden, Mrs., Parkview House
Garvin, James, Tamnadace
Garvin, J. A., grocer
Garvin, Mrs. James, grocer
Garvin, Mrs., hotel
Garvin, Stephen, grocer and spirit merchant
Good, R., grocer, baker and auctioneer, Bellaghy

Heeney, Miss, grocer
Houston, Thomas, boot and shoe maker
Hunter, Dr., Drumlamph

Irwin, Samuel, Hillhead

Kane, John, butter merchant, Tamnadace
Keenan, John, J.P., Leitrim
Keenan, Patrick, Nurseryman
Kelly, David, petty sessions clerk
Kennedy, James, dispensary keeper
Kennedy, Henry, spirit dealer
Kerr, Bernard, millwright

Louden, Patrick, cattle dealer

Mackeriel, Robert, loftman
Madden, P., R.I.C.
Mann, A. G., spirit dealer, Bellaghy
Mann, Thomas, farmer, Tamnadace
Murphy, James, blacksmith

McCann, Edward, grocer
McCrea, Rev. Thomas, Manse, Bellaghy
McKeever, Peter, fowl dealer
McKeever, ?, fowl dealer, Anaghmore
McKendry, Henry, J.P., Hillhead
McKendry, Mary, grocer, Hillhead
McKenna, Daniel, tailor
McKnight, James, carpenter
McMullen, John, grocer
McMullin, inspector of National Schools, Gravesend
McNally, Joseph, postman
McShane, ?, linen lapper
McSwiggan, Patrick, quarryman

Pickering, W. J., grocer

Roy, Andrew, finisher

Smyth, Rev. Wm. Curran
Stanton, Wm., Rowensgift
Stewart, James, estate agent, stamp distributor and registrar of births, deaths and marriages
Stewart, Mrs., Farmhill

Tipping, Geo., builder
Tipping, Thomas, carpenter
Thompson, Geo. M., M.D., J.P., Bellaghy Dispensary
Thompson, J., station master
Toner, Patrick, water keeper

Walsh, Daniel, publican
Weir, John, Esq.
Wilson, James, grocer, Bellaghy
Woodend, Robert, beetler
Woodend, Thos., grocer


Agnew, Adam, Broagh
Arrell, Thos., Ballydermot

Bell, Joseph, Anaghmore
Burnside, Mrs., Killyberry

Carr, Thos., Ballynogher
Catherwood, Henry, Creagh
Catherwood, John, Killyberry
Cudden, Mrs., Killyneice
Cushley, Robert, Broagh

Dale, Thos., Killyneice
Davison, Wm., Killyneice
Derby, Wm. John, J.P., Aughrim
Diamond, Mrs., Ballydermott
Dickey, Joseph, Toberhead
Dickey, Mrs., Drumlamph, widow
Donnelly, Edward, Broagh
Donnelly, Robert, Leitrim
Donnelly, William, Broagh
Duncan, William, Killyneice

Evans, Thos., Creagh

Fulton, Joseph, Broagh

Garvin, Suffern, Derrygarne
Garvin, William, Ballynogher

Heeney, Thos., Broagh
Hutchinson, Andrew, Aughrim

Irwin, George, Curran

Johnston, John, Tamnadace
Johnston, Joseph, Broagh
Johnston, Miss, Leitrim
Johnston, William, Anahorish

Kearney, Patrick, Ballydermot
Kearney, Peter, Killyberry
Keenan, James, Tamnadace
Kirkwood, John, Anaghmore

Lennox, Andrew, Tamnadace
Lennox, William J., Aughrim
Lynam, Matthew, Killyberry

Mann, Andrew, Ballydermot
Mann, Thomas, Tamnadace
Mawhinney, Jackson, Leitrim
Mawhinney, Robert, Leitrim
Mellon, James, Anahorish
Morton, Solomon, Toberhead
Mulholland, Nicholas, Creagh
Mulholland, Patrick, Creagh
Murphy, Edward, Tamnadace

McAllen, Charles, Derrygarve
McAllen, Hamilton, Derrygarve
McCready, James, Anaghmore
McErlain, Patrick, Toberhead
McGroggan, Manus, Anahorish
McKnight, Abraham, Anaghmore
McKnight, Essie, Tillinkesy
McLean, James, Anaghmore
McLean, Robert, Anaghmore
McLeerey, John, Aughrim
McLernon, John, Anahorish
McMaster, Robert, Tobberhead
McQuillan, James, Leitrim

Nodwell, John, Anaghmore

O'Neill, Miss, Creagh
O'Neill, Mrs., Ballydermot

Pedlow, Henry, Drumlamph
Pepper, John, Anaghmore
Pickering, Henry, Anaghmore
Porter, Wm., Ballynogher

Robinson, Wm., Tamnadace
Rodgers, Mrs., Tamnadace

Sheil, Henry, Creagh
Shivers, James, Broagh (Upper)
Smith, Stewart, Ballynogher
Speer, Hugh, Broagh (Upper)
Speer, James, Broagh (Upper)
Speer, Joseph, Ballynogher
Speer, Samuel, Ballynogher
Stanton, Wm., Ballydermot
Stewart, Robert, Anaghmore
Strain, John, Leitrim

Thompson, Hugh, Leitrim

Weir, Robert, Ballynogher
Winning, Samuel, Anaghmore

York, Mrs. James, Killyneice


The town of Castlederg stands on the banks of the River Derg, and is situated in the centre of a thriving and prosperous agricultural neighbourhood, twenty miles distant from Londonderry, ten from Strabane, and seven from Victoria Bridge.  An important horse, cattle and general fair is held on the last Friday in each month, and a market is held every Friday.  The population of the town is under 1,000, but as a place of business it is of much more importance than the number of inhabitants would indicate.  It is connected with the Great Northern Railway system at Victoria Bridge Station (seven miles distant) by a Steam Tramway.  The tram connects with all the important trains during the day.

Magistrates - W. H. Todd, Charles Clark, Charles Caldwell, Thos. Leary, George Devine, Chas. Love, J. Love, W. McErvel, D. Hunter, James Mullin, Wm. King Edwards.  Petty Sessions Court is held on first Saturday of each month, at 12 o'clock noon; John Crockett, clerk
Solicitors - John McCay, Robt. Burke, LL.D.; Chas. Mullin, T. E. Nelson, LL.D.; R. H. Todd, LL.D.


Church of Ireland - Rev. T. B. Morrin
Presbyterian Church - Rev. G. Henderson, B.A.; Rev. James McCay
Methodist Church - Rev. Thos. Forde, Rev. R. H. Ludlow and Rev. Robt. Johnston
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. D. Morris, C.C.
Royal Irish Constabulary - Robt. Dunlop, district inspector; a sergeant and four constables
Dispensaries - Castlederg - Thomas Leary, L.R.C.S.P.  Kileter - Robt. Mowbray, M.D.
Life Insurance Agents - F. P. Woods, John Crockett, William Hamilton, W. J. Davidson
Hibernian Bank Ltd. - E. H. Quirk, manager
Ulster Bank Ltd. - F. P. Woods, manager; Clarke Houston, cashier
Parochial Hall, Masonic Hall, and Good Templars' Hall
Union Workhouse - J. S. Nesbitt, master


Bradley, Jones, tailor
Bradley, Robert, tailor
Bradley, Mrs., dress maker
Brown, Thomas, Court keeper
Bryson, James, tailor
Burke, Henry, hardware and furniture warehouse
Burke, John, grocer and publican
Burke, R., LL.D., solicitor
Burns, Patrick, nailer
Burnside, J., school master

Carlin, H., bill poster
Carlin, John, hawker
Carlin, Wm., hawker
Clements, Miss, dress maker
Conlan, Christopher, Ferguson Arms Hotel
Cooper, James, grocer
Crawford, John, boot and shoe shop
Crawford, Samuel, & Co., grocers and publicans, hardware merchants
Crockett, John, commissioner for taking affidavits and insurance agent
Curran, Rose Ann, draper
Curran & Co., drapers and grocers

Davidson, W. J., tramway manager
Devine, George, J.P., draper
Doherty, Roger, publican
Doherty, D., tailor
Doherty, James, shoe maker

English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agent, John Crockett, C.P.S.

Faulkener, W., cycle depot
Fox, James, labourer
Fox, Joseph, tailor
Fox, Miss, dress maker

Gailey, A., grocer and baker
Gailey, J. R., draper and undertaker
Gailey, Samuel, grocer
Gallaher, Andrew, butcher
Gallaher, B., carpenter
Gallaher, Edward, flax buyer
Gamble, James, grocer, etc.
Gillespie, G., grocer
Gormley, Mrs., delph and china dealer
Gourley, Robert, car owner

Hamilton, The Misses, drapers and milliners
Harkin, Ann, fancy dealer
Harpur, Robert, sheriff's bailiff
Hemphill, Robert
Hickey, David, grocer
Houston, Clark, cashier, Ulster Bank
Hughes, John, butcher

Irwine, R. A., surgeon and physician

Kelly, Andrew, blacksmith
Kelly, Thomas, summons server and civil bill officer
Kerr, John, grocer and publican
Kerrigan, Catherine, grocer and publican
Kerrigan, Thomas, grocer and publican

Leary, Thomas, physician
Leslie, Johnston, R.I.C.
Love, A. T., M.D., R.U.I.

Mackey, Jas., rural letter carrier
Magee, Wm., cycle repairer
Meehan, M., greengrocer
Mitchell, Wm., shoe maker
Muldoon, Wm., hair dresser
Muldoon & Co., hawkers
Mullin, Alex., druggist and draper
Mullin, Joseph, publican and cattle dealer

McBride, J., shoe maker
McCabe, John, china house
McCafferty, Wm., baker
McCausland, W. T., jeweller
McCay, James, grocer, etc.
McConnell, Alex., tinsmith
McCormick, James, grocer
McCormick, Vincent, grocer
McFarland, Thomas, draper
McGlinchey, Edward, car owner
McGlinchey, Wm., grocer, publican, draper and postmaster
McGoldrick, Francis, publican
McGoldrick, John, grocer
McHugh, Jas., publican and car owner
McHugh, Michael, saddler and publican
McHugh, William, saddler
McHugh, Rose, grocer and publican
McIntyre, Aaron, publican and baker
McKenna, Mrs., lodging house
McLaughlin, Sarah, grocer
McLoughlin, Mrs., lodging house
McMenamin, James, grocer and publican
McMenamin, John, boot warehouse and saddler
McSorley, Arthur, grocer
McSorley, Mrs., R.C.F. National School

Nesbitt, J. S., master of Union Workhouse

Orr, Robert, grocer
Owens, William, assistant manager tramway

Patrick, John, shoe maker
Patterson, Stewart, labourer
Phillips, Margaret, dress maker
Phoenix Fire Office - Agent, W. J. Davidson, general manager Victoria Bridge Tramway Company
Porter, Robert, tramway conductor

Robb, John, shoe maker
Robinson, Samuel, blacksmith
Roulston, Mrs., draper
Ryan, John, barber and stationer
Ryan, Mary, hotel keeper

Scott, David, leather dealer and auctioneer
Scott, Rebecca, manufacturers' agent
Sheridan, John, publican
Smyth, Andrew, bill poster
Smyth, R. W., rate collector
Smyth, Thomas, labourer
Smyth, Mrs., Female National School
Speer, Hugh, grocer
Speer, John, carpenter
Speer, Mrs., draper and newsagent
Sproule, John, refreshment house keeper and mason
Sproule, Andrew, publican
Sproule, Miss, draper

Turner, Mrs.

Waugh, A., carpenter, grocer and publican
Wilson, Misses, dress makers
Wilson, Wm., carpenter
Winters, Bridget, milliner and manufacturers' agent
Wood, H. H., auctioneer
Woods, F. P., Ulster Bank manager

Young, Mary, publican, car owner
Young, M., bill poster


Adams, Alexander, Goland
Aiken, David, Clare

Beatty, Mrs., Mucle
Bird, Robert, Aghyarran
Boggs, Wm., Ergenagh
Buchanan, J., Cavandoragh

Caldwell, Andrew, Killen
Caldwell, Charles, J.P., Maghernageragh
Caldwell, John, Kilrail
Clarke, Charles, J.P., Augheyarron
Clarke, William, Aghaloney
Clarke, William, Spearholme
Craig, David, Drumabbey
Craig, Robert, Ergenagh
Crawford, Wm., Coolnahern
Crockett, John, Clare

Deary, Andrew, Goland
Devine, George, J.P., Castlederg
Duncan, Rev. Wm., B.A., Killeter
Duncan, Robert, Lurganboy

Edwards, Wm. King, D.L., Dartans

Forbes, Andrew, Clare
Forbes, James, Clare
Fyffe, James, Carrickadartans

Gallagher, Wm., Churchtown
Gamble, James C., Derg
Gamble, William, Bridgehill

Hamilton, Wm., Dartans
Hemphill, John, Listymore
Hemphill, Joseph, Dunrain
Huey, Robert, Ergenagh
Huey, Nelson, Altimullin
Hunter, David, J.P., Ardbarron

Irwin, Arthur, Coolnacrenaght

Johnston, Rev. Robert, Ardbarron
Johnston, Mrs. Robert, Edenreagh

Kerrigan, Thomas, Castlederg
Kyle, Frederick, Mournbeg

Leckey, John, Kilrail
Leitch, Samuel, Crigan
Love, Andrew Thomas, Crew House
Love, Andrew, Crigan
Love, James, Tiveny
Love, John, J.P., Tiveny
Love, Robert, Scarvaghern
Love, Samuel B., Scarvaghern

Mitchell, John, Castlesessagh
Monteith, Wm., Lisnacloon
Moore, R. H., Drumclamph
Mullin, James, J.P., Castlegore

McCay, John, Froughla
McCay, Nixon, Kilrail
McCay, Rev. James, Upperthird
McCormick, Colhoun, Coolnacrenaght
McCormick, J. W., Priestcess
McFarland, Thos., Kilcleen
McFarland, George, Creevy
McHugh, George, Goland

Oliver, John James, Crigan
Orr, Samuel, Ardbarron

Pollock, Wm., Fyfin
Porter, David, Ergenagh
Porter, David, Ergenagh
Porter, James, Ballylennan
Porter, Robert, Listymore

Rankin, John, Clare
Rankin. Joseph, Garvetagh
Robinson, John, Ardbarron
Robinson, Joseph, Ardbarron
Roulston Andrew, Ballylennon
Roulston James, Kilcleen
Roulston Thos., Garvaghan
Rutledge George, Aughnahoo
Rutledge Henry, Garvetagh
Rutledge Robert, Garvetagh
Rutledge Wm., Aughnahoo

Scott, James, Bridgetown
Scott, John, Drumclamph
Sheridan, John, Bridgetown
Sproule, James, Aghascribey
Stewart, Joseph, Ergenagh

Todd, W. H., J.P., Fyfin

Verner, Rev. William, Lisnacloon

Walls, Robert, Dunrain
Whitton, Joseph, former and school master, Clare
Wood, H. H., Castlederg

Young, Kyle, Goland


Is a pleasant and rapidly rising watering place close to the Belfast and Northern Counties Railway line, advancing in popularity year after year, as shown by the increasing number of visitors who annually patronise it.  It has also become a favourite resort for Sunday school excursionists.  In bygone years its visitors were almost entirely drawn from the City of Derry and Limavady districts, but that has ceased, and it is now inhabited during the summer season by holiday seekers from England and Scotland.  Its residents are well aware that their little watering place is without a rival in these parts.  Though relatively small, it has a decided look of superiority.  With the exception of several blocks of large houses, it is made up of detached villas, each surrounded with tastefully laid-out gardens and grounds.  There is also a beautiful strand - behind which are the sandhills, with their tufts of tall wiry looking grass - which stretches along the coast, for nearly a mile, to the mouth of the River Bann, where two piers - one 1,920 feet and the other 3,680 feet - extend from the sandhills seaward.  There is good bathing accommodation provided, and boxes are erected among the rocks for both classes of bathers.  On the western side of the town on the bold headlands is situated Downhill Castle, the seat of Sir H. Hervey Bruce, Bart., H.M.L., who was the last sitting member of Parliament for the Borough of Coleraine.  A little further on is Magilligan Strand, which extends from the mouth of Downhill Tunnel to Magilligan Point, a distance of seven miles, where a most commodious hotel has been erected by Mr. George Leek, Magilligan, which will accommodate a goodly number of tourists.  Conveyances run from Magilligan Station to the Point during the Holiday Season.  This hotel affords visitors a splendid opportunity of visiting the wild, romantic scenery of Donegal.  Negotiations are now being carried on with regard to a branch railway from Magilligan Station to Magilligan's Point being constructed, and it is confidently expected that the same will be in working order for the summer season.


Church of Ireland - Rev. James Armstrong, rector; Rev. John Beckett, curate
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Dr. Irwin, minister
Hotels - Robert Stewart and Mrs. Carton
Schools - Castlerock - R. Stanage, principal.  Articlave - Thos. Stinson, principal. Ballyhackett - William O'Kane, principal
Refreshment Rooms - Northern Counties Railway Station
Post Office, Railway Station - William Nixon, postmaster
Police Barrack - Sergeant Stewart; Constables - Philip Donohoe, Martin Rooney, James Hewitt, James Burns


Aiken, Mrs., Babington Terrace
Alcorn, John, general merchant
Alexander, Mrs., The Terrace
Anderson, J. M., J.P., Springvale

Barker, Mrs., Primrose Villa
Bruce, Right Hon. Sir H. Hervey, Bart., Downhill
Bruce, Colonel Hervey L. J., Downhill and Clifton Hall, Bristol
Byron, H. A.

Carton, Mrs., Hotel
Clarke, W. T., merchant
Coleman, James, carpenter, Articlave
Connell, Joseph, Seaview Cottage
Craig, Gilbert V., Kemtella, Under-sheriff for the County Londonderry
Croskery, Mrs., The terrace

English and Scottish Law Life and Phenix Fire Office - Agent, John Steen, J.P. Dunboe House; Wm. Jackson, land agent

Fisher, Mrs., Crawford Villa
Fletcher, Samuel, Craiglea, traveller

Gilkey, Miss, Babington Terrace

Hamilton, Henry S., tea merchant
Hezlett, Mrs., Prospect Villa

Irvine, Mrs., Alexandra House

Jackson, William, estate agent, The Cottage

Kirkpatrick, William, foreman cutter

Macready, W. A., school attendance officer, Articlave
Mullan, James, publican and grocer, Articlave
Mullan, James, spirit grocer

McCarter, Mrs., No. 1 Bruce Villa
McCurdy, Miss, No. 2 Bruce Villa
McGilligan, Patrick, J.P., merchant
McKay, Alexander, J.P., merchant
McLaughlin, James, publican, Articlave
McVicker, John G., merchant, Primrose Villa

Perry, Henry, manager Downhill Limeworks
Proctor, James E., solicitor

Ramsay, Mrs., Victoria House
Ross, Stewart, solicitor

Steel, James, M.D., Articlave
Stewart, Robert, hotel

Warke, Mrs., Castlerock House


Andrews, John McFarlane, Burrenbeg

Bell, Hugh, Articlave
Bingham, James, Bratwell

Conn, William, Blakes

Hezlett, Hugh, Liffock

Leese, William, Blakes Lower

Macready, Hugh, Articlave
Moody, John, jun., Articlave Lower
Morrell, Samuel, Ballywildrick Upper

McClelland, Wm., Dunalis

Tosh, James, Burrenmore

Watson, James, Springvale


Is a thriving town in the county of Down, sixty three miles N. by E. from Dublin, nine S.W. from Downpatrick, ten from Ballynahinch, and four miles from the fashionable watering place of Newcastle.  At the foot of Slieve-na-lat (or the Rod Mountain), and on the shores of a beautiful lake abounding with trout, stands the massive mansion of the Earl of Annesiey (Annesley), who enjoys the title of Baron of Castlewellan in the peerage of Ireland.  Within two miles of the town is Tollymore Park. the picturesque residence of the Earl of Roden.  There is a branch of the Northern Banking Company; also a Post Office Savings Bank.  The linen trade is carried on largely.  The spinning, weaving and bleaching concerns of the Messrs. Murland are on an extensive scale, propelled by steam and water power, and lighted by gas made on the premises.  These enterprising and public spirited gentlemen give much employment in the neighbourhood, and greatly benefit the locality.  The Parish Church was erected and endowed by Earl Annesley, at a cost of over 7,000.  It is built in the early English style, of blue and white granite.  There are also Presbyterian and Methodist Churches, and a Roman Catholic Chapel built entirely of Magheramayo granite.  It was designed by Messrs. Heavy & Thompson, Killyleagh.  The granite produced from the Magheramayo quarries is now known to be superior to any in existence for endurance and beauty when finished.  The Courthouse stands in the centre of the town, in which Petty Sessions are held once every month.  Pork market every Wednesday.  The market is on Monday, and the fairs monthly.  Population in 1891 was 902.

Post Office


Church of Ireland (St. Paul's) - Rev. Henry Anderson, incumbent; Bryansford - Rev. A. Langtray
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Robert Anderson, M.A.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. O'Connor, P.P., and Rev. J. J. McKinley, C.C.
Solicitors with Offices in Castlewellan - Michl. McCartan, M.P.; Bell & McCartan, J. Forrest, H. C. Weir, J. McSpadden, W. Russell


National School (No. 1) - Mr. J. Cafferky and Miss Gilmore, teachers
Endowed School, Bryansford - Mr. W. A. Bourk and Miss Lockhart, teachers
National School (No. 2) - Mr. Harland, teacher
Stamp Office - Mrs. Quinn
Dispensary, Bryansford - Robert Magill, M.D.
Petty Sessions Clerk - Whiteman, Hillyard, M.R.C.S.E.


Agar, Alex., family grocer
Agar, Wm. John, civil bill officer
Allen, George, J.P., Mountpanther
Anderson, Henry, Rev., incumbent St. Paul's
Anderson, Rev. Robt., M.A., The Manse
Annesley, Earl of, J.P., Castlewellan Castle

Bleakley, Wm., slater and plasterer
Bradley, Pat., R.I.C., Newcastle Road
Branney, Pat, foreman plasterer, The Grange
Brown, Rev. P., Seaforde
Burns, Michael, butcher
Burns, Patrick, butcher
Burns, Peter, butcher

Calvert, J., mill manager
Cardwell, Lawghey, tailor
Carnaghan, Mrs., car proprietress
Carson, E., Ballyward, Castlewellan
Charlton, James, tailor
Cochrane, James, potato dealer, Knockstacken, Castlewellan
Colgan, Mrs., Ballyward, Castlewellan
Collins, J., plumber and gasfitter
Connellan, Hugh, baker and grocer
Corrigan, P., New Row, Castlewellan
Cowan, Charles, posting establishment
Cunningham, Hugh, New row, Castlewellan
Cunningham, J., spirit dealer
Cunningham, John, boot and shoe maker and posting establishment
Cunningham, Peter, car owner
Curran, Hugh, commercial traveller
Cusack, Thomas, saddler

Dickson, Sergeant, R.I.C.
Domegan, Edward, New Row, Castlewellan
Donnen, Hugh, mechanic, Annsboro'

Enery, Sarah, china merchant
English and Scottish Law Life Office - Agent, Wm. Holton, Manager Northern Bank

Faulkner, John, Annesley Row, Castlewellan
Fitzpatrick, George, spirit dealers and grocers, Drumnagavill, Castlewellan
Fitzpatrick, Patrick, shoe maker
Fitzpatrick, Pat, shoe maker, New Row, Castlewellan
Fitzpatrick, Stephen, spirit dealer, Clough
Flannigan, James, grocer
Flanagan, Owen, grocer
Forde, The Right Honourable Colonel W. B., D.L., J.P., chairman Down County Council, Seaforde

Gardiner & Blackwood, drapers and merchant tailors
Garrett, J. H. Moore, J.P., Corriewood
Gibson, James, painter and glazier
Gibson, Sarah, nurse
Gifford, James, bleacher
Gilmore, Mrs., school mistresses
Gilmore, William
Gracey, David, assistant county surveyor
Graham, J., grocer and haberdasher, Bryansford
Gray, George, M.D., J.P., Newcastle
Greer, G., sub-agent, Annesley office

Hagan, Wm., butcher
Hall, Robert, clog maker and shoe maker
Herron, Robt., Roden Arms Hotel, Bryansford
Herron, Wm., grocer and spirit dealer, Leitrim
Holton, William, Northern Bank
Hull, James, bookkeeper

Jennings, James, nailer
Jones, James, stone cutter
Jones, J., manager Robinson's Celebrated Grey Granite Quarries, Castlewellan

Kavanagh, Mrs., haberdasher
Kelly, James, grocer and leather seller
Kelly, John, Ann Hill, Castlewellan
Kennedy, J., farmer, Clanvaraghan
Kerr, John, blacksmith
Kilpatrick, M., & Son, steam saw mills, Castlewellan
King, J., soda water manufacturer and spirit dealer
King, Mrs., refreshment rooms

Leeson, James, lodging house keeper
Leslie, Captain, Ballyward Lodge
Lewis, T., mill engineer
Lindsay, Mrs. Elizabeth, grocer and spirit dealer
Linton, David, tailor and grocer
Lowry, Rev. John, P.P., Leitrim

Magee, Rev. J., P.P., Kilcoo, Castlewellan
Magennis, Patrick, spirit dealer
Mathers, E., grocer, Annsboro'
Matthews, Thomas, baker
Maxwell, Perceval, J.P., Woodlodge
Mooney Brothers, wholesale wine and spirit merchants
Morgan, Mrs. James, Commercial Hotel
Morrow, Mrs. Robert
Mulholland, Bernard, Annsboro'
Munn, Eliza, straw bonnet maker and dress maker
Murland, James, flax spinner and linen manufacturer
Murland, C., J.P., Ardnabannon Cottage
Murphy Bros., marine store dealers
Murphy, Owen, Clanvaraghan
Murray, Catherine, Annesley Row, Castlewellan
Murray, D. J., Castlewellan and Cillan Fort, Newcastle
Murray, H., surgeon, Clanvaraghan
Murray, Miss, haberdasher
Murray, Patrick, auctioneer, Clanvaraghan

McAleenan, James, auctioneer
McAleenan, John, C.E., auctioneer and valuator
McAleenan, Joseph, foreman carpenter
McAleenan, Miss, spirit dealer
McAleenan, Mrs. J., milliner
McAleenan, Patrick, contractor and builder
McCambridge, Rev. P., P.P., Clanvaraghan
McCann, John, grocer and spirit dealer
McCartan, Ann, haberdasher
McCartan, Bernard, grocer and spirit dealer
McCartan, J., spirit grocer and ironmonger
McCartan, Owen, car owner
McCartan, Michael, spirit dealer and post office, Leitrim
McCartin, Robert, farmer and grocer
McClean, John, farmer and dealer
McConville, Rev. M., P.P., D.D., Gargory, Castlewellan
McEvoy, Pat, New Row, Castlewellan
McGaw, James, M.D.
McGlave, Bernard
McGlave, Patrick, National School teacher
McGrath, Pat, Ballyward, Castlewellan
McGuire, Dominick, B.A., National School teacher, Annsbro'
McKinney & Co., soda water manufacturers and spirit dealers
McKinney, John
McMullan, James, merchant grocer
McNight, Joseph, carrier
McNulty, Mary, haberdasher and grocer
McPartan, Edward, New Row, Castlewellan

Nugent, John, hair dresser

O'Connor, Rev. J., P.P.
O'Flinn, John, J.P.
O'Flinn, John and Daniel, woollen drapers and auctioneers
O'Halloran, Anthony, haberdasher and woollen draper
O'Hare, John, Annesley Row, Castlewellan, clerk of works
O'Hare, Patk., grocer and spirit dealer
O'Neill Bros., coach builders
O'Neill, Charles, Annesley Row, Castlewellan
O'Neill, Hugh, Annsboro'
O'Neill, J., Commercial hotel and posting house
Owens, Edward, New Row, Castlewellan

Peters, John, blacksmith, Bryansford
Plunkett, A., spirit dealer
Porter, R. J., woollen draper

Quinn, John, foreman carpenter, The Grange

Radcliffe, David, spirit dealer, Clanvaraghan
Robinson, Joseph, farmer, Ballywillwill House
Roden, Earl of, Tollymore Park, Bryansford
Rogers, James, blacksmith
Rowan, ?, M.D., dispensary, Ballyward (Wm. in 1907)
Russell, R. S., watch and clock maker

Smith, Pat, The Grange
Stewart, James, woollen draper
Stewart, S., mill owner and farmer, Maghera
Stranahan, Wm., grocer and ironmonger
Stronge, C., J.P., The Lodge, Bryansford
Sturgeon, George, mechanic, New Row, Castlewellan
Sun Fire and Life Offices - Agents, Mooney Brothers

Teer, Joseph, Annsboro'
The Star Bakery Company
Thompson Bros., haberdashers and ironmongers
Thompson, Francis, general merchant
Thompson, James, veterinary surgeon
Thompson, Samuel, draper
Tomelty, James, boot and shoe maker
Toner, James, New Row, Castlewellan
Toner, James, wholesale clog merchant and boot maker
Trohear, Abel, clog maker and ship owner
Tufts, Andrew, bookseller, stationer and car proprietor
Tuft, Samuel M., veterinary surgeon
Tumulty, Bernard, Ann Hill, Castlewellan

Wallace, Samuel, lodging house keeper
Ward, Edward, butcher
Whiteside, Wm., land steward for Earl of Annesley
Wilson, Charles, cashier Northern Bank, Annsboro' House
Wilson, George, watch and clock maker
Wisdom, White, shoe maker


McBride, John, Ballywellwell, Castlewellan ( Ballywillwill )
McDowell, Jas., Ballywellwell, Castlewellan ( Ballywillwill )
Robinson, Joseph, Ballywellwell House ( Ballywillwill )
Savage, Patrick, Dromaroad, Castlewellan


Is a market and post town, the capital of the county of its name, and was formerly a parliamentary borough, but is now a township.  Cavan is situated on the road from Dublin to Enniskillen, fifty five miles from Dublin and sixty six from Belfast. The places of worship are the Episcopal Church, a handsome structure; a Presbyterian Church, a Methodist Church, and a Roman Catholic Cathedral; St. Patrick's College, and St. Joseph's Convent.  There is a Classical School chartered by Charles I.  There is a market for grain every Monday, and a general market every Tuesday.  There is also a pork market held every Tuesday during the season.  The fairs are held on the second Tuesday in each month, except May fair, on the 14th, August fair on the 14th, and November fair on the 12th day of the month.  The population in 1891 was 3,229

Post Office, Church Street - Miss Mahaffy, postmistress


Church of Ireland, Farnham Street - Rev. W. C. McCausland, M.A., rector; Rev. E. A. Killingley, B.A. and G. A. Bayly, B.A., curates
Presbyterian Church, Farnham Street - Rev. W. McDowell
Methodist Church, Farnham Street - Rev. Mr. Whittaker
Roman Catholic Cathedral - Most Rev. E. Magennis, bishop; Rev. Patrick Finnegan, adm.; Rev. Thomas O'Reilly and Chas. Magee, curates


Banks - Bank of Ireland, Main Street - H. Thompson, agent.  Provincial Bank of Ireland, Farnham Street - T. Kidd, manager.  Ulster Banking Co. Ltd. - S. McMunn, manager
Royal School - Mr. Hampton, B.A., principal
County Council - Secretary, W. Finlay, Esq.
Union Workhouse - Thirty three electoral divisions.  Board meets on Tuesday.  Samuel Sanderson, Sloverhill, chairman; A. McCarren, vice chairman; Jos. D. Grier, clerk and returning officer; John Gaffney, master; Dr. McCabe, medical officer.  Chaplains - Church of Ireland, Rev. W. G. McCausland; Presbyterian, Rev. W. McDowell
County Infirmary, Main Street - Registrar, Mr. C. A. O'Brien; surgeon, H. W. Acheson, M.D.; matron, Miss Ladley
Probate Registry Office - S. Jones, solicitor, district registrar
Stamp Office, Main Street - Thomas J. Smyth, sub-distributor
R. I. Constabulary Station - County inspector, W. H. Scott; district inspector, R. C. Rainsford
Commissioners for taking Affidavits - Thomas J. Smyth, 100 Main Street and John Harris, Crown and Peace Office
Cavan Gaslight Co. - James Brady, secretary
Hotels - Farnham Arms, M. Geller, proprietor; Royal, Mrs. Mervyn, proprietress
Registrar of Marriages - Thos. J. Smyth, 100 Main Street


Acheson, H. W., M.D., Infirmary House
Allen, R., solicitor, Farnham Street

Beatt, Alexander, Keadew Lodge
Beattie, W., merchant, Main Street
Belford, John, draper, Main Street
Blackley, T., J.P., estate agent
Boyle, M., tobacconist, Main Street
Brady, Bernard, grocer, Main Street
Brady, James, engineer, Main Street
Brown, Robert, C.B.O., Annesley Terrace
Brownlee, David, Latt
Buchanan, James, publican, Bridge Street

Cahill Bros., drapers, Main Street
Carson, Miss, Farnham Street
Carton, E., publican, Main Street
Cassidy, M., publican, Wesley Street
Cinnamond, Robert, victualler, Church Street
Coyne, P., National school inspector, Church Street
Cross, Robert, Blenacup
Cullen, J., publican, Main Street
Cusack, Miss, boot warehouse, Market Square

Daniel Wm., coach builder, Main Street
Dawson, Wm., M.R.C.V.S., Annesley Terrace
Downey, John, Main Street

Elliott, Right Rev. Dr., The See House, Kilmore
English and Scottish Law Life  and Phoenix Fire Office - Agent, H. P. Kennedy, Crown solicitor; Arthur Forbes, Earl's Vale; J. J. Maguire, Solicitor; P. P. McCutcheon, 97 Main Street

Farnham, Right Hon. Lord, Farnham House
Fay, James, draper, Main Street
Fay, John, J.P., Main Street
Fegan, John, J.P., printer, book seller and stationer; proprietor of "Cavan Weekly News," Main Street
Fegan, Robert, Swellan
Fegan, W. J., solicitor, Market Square
Firth, J. T., organist and choir master Parish Church, Farnham Place
Fitzsimons, Michael, publican, Church Street
Forsythe, R., grocer, Main Street
Foster, John, shipping agent, Brookvale

Gaffney, James, baker, Main Street
Gaffney, Patrick, publican, Bridge Street
Galligan, James, sen., publican, Bridge Street
Gannon, John, & Co., furniture manufacturers, Main Street
Glancey, Patrick, cooper, Bridge Street
Gorman, J. & Co., drapers, Main Street
Gray, A., draper, Main Street
Gray, Lieut., R.A., adjutant 4th Royal Irish Fusiliers
Grier, Joseph D., Tower Hamlet

Hale, E. J., leather merchant, Bridge Street
Halpin, W. H., solicitor, Farnham Street
Hampton, J. H., Royal School
Hartley, James, J.P., Heath Lodge
Haughton, Henry, jeweller, Main Street
Haughton, Joseph, confectioner
Hollwey, Wm., publican, Railway Road
Hutchinson, Francis, boot warehouse, Bridge Street

Johnston M., station master
Jones, R., chemist
Jones, S., solicitor, Farnham Street

Kennedy, Edward & James, tobacco manufacturers, 23 Main Street
Kennedy, Hugh P., Crown Solicitor, Farnham Street
Kidd, T., manager Provincial Bank
Kinnear, Miss, dress maker, Market Square

Lawrence, Hewitt, publican, Church Street
Lee, P. P., chemist, Bridge Street
Leonard, A., draper, Main Street
Levins, Peter, publican, Bridge Street

Magennis, Right Rev. Dr., Cullies House
Maguire, The Misses, drapers, Main Street
Mahaffy, Miss, postmistress
Mahon, Mrs., publican, Main Street
Malcomson, E. A., M.D., Farnham Street
Malony, James, baker, Main Street
Marron, P., publican, Mill Street
Matthews, William, painter and glazier, Church Street
Mee, Mrs., publican, Railway Road
Mercer, G. D., R.M., Ford Lodge
Mervyn, Robt., Waterloo Lodge
Moore, Mark, M.D., Farnham Street
Moore, Miss, dress maker, Wesley Street
Morris, Wm. H., plumber, Main Street
Mulligan, John, Railway Hotel

McCabe, John, M.D., petty sessions clerk, Farnham Street
McCann, T., grocer, Main Street
McCarren, Andrew, merchant, St. Helen's
McCausland, Rev. W. C., M.A., The Rectory
McClintock, John, cabinet maker, Church Street
McCombe, R. T., Farnham Place
McCullough, Samuel, tailor, Church Street
McDonald, Philip, draper, Main Street
McDowell, Rev. W., Farnham Street
McElnay, John, publican, Main Street
McGauran, James, auctioneer, etc., Cullies
McGuinness, Thomas, auctioneer, etc., Main Street
McKiernan, John, publican, Main Street
McManus, P., grocer, Bridge Street and Main Street
McMunn, S., manager, Ulster Bank

Neary, J., publican. Main Street
Niblock, Johnston, contractor, Wesley Street
Noble, Alexander, boot maker, Bridge Street

O'Brien, Mrs., provision dealer and posting establishment, Bridge Street
O'Brien, Misses, printers, book sellers and stationers, Main Street
O'Connor, the Misses, apothecaries, Main Street
O'Rourke, B., publican, Church Street
O'Shea, P., publican, Main Street

Quinlan, Howley, undertaker, Wesley Street

Ramsay, Robert, merchant, Main Street
Reilly, Daniel, merchant, Church Street
Reilly, Francis, publican, Main Street

Simons, James, saddler, auctioneer, etc., Main Street
Smith, A. H., watch maker, Main Street
Smith, J., grocer, Main Street
Smith, Louis C. P., solicitor, Farnham Street
Smith, Michael, publican, Main Street
Smyth, Thomas J., printer, bookseller and stationer, Main Street
Somerville, R. N., B.E., Atbara
Stuart, Miss, draper and toy shop, Main Street
Swan, Mrs., saddler, Main Street

Taggart, J., coach builder, Church Street
Thompson, Henry, agent Bank of Ireland
Thompson, James, grocer, Main Street
Thompson, J., grocer, Main Street
Tierney, Martin, Church Street
Trench, Arthur, J.P., Dromkeen

Whelan, Mrs., grocer, Main Street

Newspapers - "Cavan Weekly News," published on Saturday; office, 19 Main Street; price 1d.  Proprietor, John Fegan - "Anglo Celt," published on Saturday.  Proprietress, Mrs. O'Hanlon, Church Street.  Price 1d.


Clones is a market town in County Monaghan, fifty three miles from Belfast, twelve and a half S.S.W. from Monaghan.  There is a good Market House, Courthouse, Town Hall and butter and pork markets.  Clones is connected by railway with Cavan, Dundalk, Enniskillen and Belfast.  The general market is held on Thursday, and the grain market on Friday, and the fair on the last Thursday in each month.  The County Court Judge sits twice a year for the transaction of civil business.  Population in 1891 was 2,710

Post Office, Fermanagh Street - James Hayes, postmaster


Bank of Ireland, Diamond - H. E. Swayne, agent
Northern Bank (branch office), Diamond - A. Dudgeon, manager
Ulster Bank, Diamond - J. A. Davidson, manager
National School, Church Hill - D. Gorman, teacher
National School, Cara Street - G. Sourd, teacher
Wesleyan Methodist National School - D. Wildman, teacher
Clones Young Men's Christian Association - This Association, having for its object the literary and religious improvement of its members, meets every Tuesday evening, at eight o'clock, in the rooms, Diamond.  President, William Park, J.P.
Clones Urban Council - F. Maguire, chairman; John Robinson, town clerk; vice chairman, Richard McPhillips; F. Maguire, of MacHenry & Maguire's; John Black, P. McCarney, Edward Brady, P. Tracey, Jas. Kelly, John Smith; Terrance Neill, town sergeant; Robert Leonard, crane master; John Robinson, weigh master
Union Workhouse - (Counties of Monaghan and Fermanagh) - Sixteen electoral divisions - Board meets on Thursdays.  John Smith, J.P., chairman; M. Harte, vice chairman; P. Maguire, deputy vice chairman; Robert Clarke, clerk and returning officer; Wm. Henry, M.D., medical officer; William Farley, master; Miss E. Murphy, school mistress
Fever Hospital - Doctor W. Henry, medical officer
Courthouse Keeper - Mrs. Sloan
R. I. Constabulary Station, Diamond - District Inspector Reid and Head Constable McKeown
Resident Magistrate for County Monaghan - Mr. James McLean
English and Scottish Law Life and Phenix Fire Office - Agents - William McCoy, Clonkeen House, and James Clinton, Fermanagh Street


Church of Ireland, Diamond - The Venerable Archdeacon Finlay; rector; Rev. Gilbert Kemmis, curate
Presbyterian Church, Stonebridge - Rev. P. W. White, minister
Presbyterian Church, Clones - Rev. Samuel Currie
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Whitehall Street - Rev. Robt. Orr, minister; assistant, Rev. Robt. Rayney
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Canon O'Neill, Mr. Maguire, C.C.; Mr. McKenna, C.C.


Abbott, Rev. Joseph, Greenbank
Atkinson, Rev. S., Scotshouse

Brady, Wm., Johnstown

Carson, Joseph, J.P., Clincorn
Clarke, Mrs., Gleer
Conway, Rev., Drumully
Cowan, Rev. H., Newbliss
Crozier, W., Gortra
Cumine, Rev. Parkinson, Newtownbutler
Currie, Rev. S., The Manse

D'arcy, S. A., M.D., Roslea
Donnelly, P., Fern Hill
Dudgeon, A. J., solicitor
Duggan, Creighton, Scarva House

Ferguson, Wm. Nixon, The Leger
Finlay, Ven. Archdeacon, D.D., The Rectory
Fitzgerald, E. G., Annakelly
Fitzgerald, F., M.D., Newtownbutler
Forster, Rev. A. N. Haire, J.P., Ballynure
Forster, Rev. A. N. H., Killevan

Gass, Mrs., Fort View
Gillespie, J., M.D., Diamond

Haire, Major, Armagh Manor
Hamill, Mrs., Bessbrook
Haskins, Mr., Bank of Ireland
Henry, William, M.B., Diamond
Hilary, Rev. F., Rectory, Scotshouse
Hoskins, The Misses, Altertate

Jackson, Samuel, J.P., Cara House

Kemmise, Rev. G., Whitehall Street
Kennedy, Rev. Robert, Ballyhoe
Ker, Miss Murray, Newbliss House
Kerr, the Misses, Tranquilla House
King, Miss, Clonboy
Knight, James, Curcimmons
Knight, James, Lismackshellagh
Knight, M. E., solicitor, Diamond
Knight, Mrs., Etna Lodge

Madden, John, Hilton Park
Madden, Captain John, J.P., D.L., Rosslea Manor
Maguire, Rev. Mr., C.C.
Moorehead, Messrs. Robert, John and Joseph, Clonkelick
Murphy, H., The Diamond

McKenna, W., Mount Pleasant

O'Neill, Ven. Rev. Lawrence, Clonkeen Cole

Parke, Wm., J.P., The Hill House
Parke, W. A., solicitor
Pringle, Henry, Clonboy House
Pringle, John, Diamond

Rawlins, T. A., J.P., Manorhigate
Reid, Robert, district inspector R.I.C., Sunnymead
Richardson, Major H., Summerhill House
Robinson, Rev. W. H.

Smith, F. P., Killacoona House
Stack, Right Rev. Dr., Lord Bishop of Clogher
Stoddard, Mr., Farmhill
Swayne, H. E., Bank of Ireland, Diamond

Thomson, Mrs., Glenvar
Tierney, Edward, M.B., Whitehall Street

Watson, Rev. Mr., Rectory, Clough
Whitsitt, Mrs., Roslea
Wright, Marshall, J.P., Millview


Deery, James
Doonan, J., lodging house
Hamilton, Mrs., lodging house
Hammond, Mrs., lodging house
Kavanagh, Mrs., lodging house
McCaul, ?, shoe maker


Campbell, John, tailor
Carrol, Peter, agent
Clarke, Joseph, merchant
Cockings, W., & Co., grocers and spirit dealers
Connolly, Mrs., grocer
Duggan, C., Deanery House
Ferguson, W. N., steam saw mills and flax mills
King, J., & Sons, plumbers
Knox, George, carter
Maguire, Edward, carpenter
Murphy, J., grocer
McCabe, James, lodging house
McMahon, James, lodgings
McGrath, Wm.
McQuaid, P., car drive
Noble Bros., coach builders
Quigley, A., boot maker
Ramsey, Jos., engine driver
Smith, John, grocer and spirit dealer
Sweeney, Edward, tailor


Brady, Mary, spirit dealer
Connolly, Catherine, grocer and spirit dealer
Courtney, Wm., tinplate worker
Doherty, John, publican
Hughes, Alexander, lodging house
Hughes, Wm., grocer
Manning, Isaac, lodging house
Martin, Owen, fowl dealer
Morgan, Joseph, agent for Mr. Wm. Brady
Murphy, Owen, rag merchant
McEntee, J., boot maker
Stephens, R., publican
Stratton, Wm., painter


Adams, John
Beatty, John, druggist
Beatty, Mrs., woollen draper
Black, John, & Co., wholesale grocers
Bright, J., merchant tailor and general draper
Cox, James, car driver
Elliott, Robt., Commercial Hotel
Gibson, Wm., Select Family Grocer and Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" 
Gillespie, T., M.D.
Gunn, Hugh, woollen draper
Hayes, James, grocer and postmaster
Henry, William, M.B.
Ker, Charles, woollen draper
Knight, Michael, solicitor
Lowe, Henry, grocer and spirit dealer
Maguire, E. & F., grocers and spirit dealers
Maguire, Hugh, draper
Murphy, Henry, solicitor
McDonald & Shields, saddlers
McHenry & Maguire, merchants
Nicholl, J. & T., grocers and bakers
Parke, Wm., solicitor
Pringle, John
Robinson, John, auctioneer
Russell, D., draper


Bowes, Joseph, grocer
Brady, Edward, publican
Cassidy, L., spirit grocer
Clerkin, Miss, milliner
Clinton, James, boot merchant
Coffey, Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer
Connolly, Wilson, tailor
Coyle, Ann, lodging house keeper
Cross, James, boot maker
Davis, Mrs.
Duggan, Creighton, spirit merchant
Dunwoody, Robert
Earls, Wm., grocer and leather merchant
Fee, John & Patrick, butchers
Ferguson, James, saddler
Ferguson, J., post office official
Galway, Miss, photographer
Gauley, A., carpenter
Gordon, Hugh, draper
Hall, Benjamin, grocer and jeweller
Jenkins, David, hair dresser
Jenkins, Mrs., fancy warehouse
Kennedy, George, grocer, boot and shoe maker
Kennedy, Miss, grocer
Keirans, Terence, saddler and publican
Little, Archibald, grocer and spirit dealer
Little, George, grocer
Lough, Francis, grocer
Magoverin, Thomas, spirit dealer
Maguire, Phillip, grocer and spirit dealer
Martin, Connor, car driver
Masterson, Daniel, house holder
Moorehead, Robert, car owner
McAviney, J., & Co., butter and egg merchants
McAvinney, Thomas, butcher
McCabe, Bernard, publican
McCaffery, James, civil bill officer
McCarney, Peter, grocer and spirit dealer
McCarney, Mrs., publican
McCutcheon, Alex., baker
McDermott, Catherine, publican
McDermott, Miss, confectioner
McDonald & Shiels, saddlers
McGeough, James, publican
McGrain, Thomas, cattle dealer
McIlroy, Patrick, tailor
McIlroy, Terrance, tailor
McPhillips, John, butcher
McPhillips, Richard, butcher
Nicholl Bros., grocers
Nicholl, Robert, contractor and builder
Pringle, Henry, & Co., butter merchants
Roden, Robert, dealer
Slowey, Patrick, grocer
Smith, M., confectioner
Steward, Samuel, boot maker
Warren, W. J., stationer
Wiggins, William, draper
Woods, Wm., woollen draper


Brogan, John, butcher
Graham, George F., auctioneer
Henderson, A., boot and clog maker
McDermott, Ed., car driver
McWilliams, Constable R.I.C.


Anderson, C., railway guard
Barnes, J., coffee stand
Galway, Miss, The Studio
Hall, Miss, board and lodging house
Livingstone, J., car driver
McAvinney, P., butter merchant
McCoy, William
McGorman, P., builder
McMahon & Gray, contractors
Scott, James, flax dealer
Storey, J., Daisy Cottage
Storey, Wm., lodging house
Tummin, J.,. Hibernian Hotel


Clerkin, M., posting establishment
Gunn, James, carter
Kearny, Charles, merchant
Maguire, Rev., C.C.
Maguire, Patrick, cattle dealer
McDonald, John, shoe maker
McKenna, Rev., C.C.
Morrow, William
O'Donnell, Hugh
Owens, Peter
Rossleer, G., commercial traveller


Doonan, Thomas, car driver
Hobbs, Francis, grocer
McKenna, Wm., butter and pork merchant


Armstrong, Mrs., Leonard Arms Hotel
Crawford, John, civil bill officer
Doris, J., veterinary surgeon
Elliott, Mrs., dress maker
Fyffe, Abraham, clerk
Gordon, Hugh
Grimson & Kennedy, butter merchants
Kearns, John, carpenter
Kemmise, Rev. G., curate Church of Ireland
Lendrum, James, boot maker
Leonard, Robert
Levison, D., merchant
Maguire, George, car driver
Mark, Jacob, veterinary surgeon
Molloy, John, painter
Murray, Miss
McCabe, John, publican
McVitty, Wm., & Co., grocers
Noble, Thomas, grocer
Parr, J. H., publican
Robinson, Joseph, watch and clock maker
Storey, Richard, boot maker
Tearney, Dr., M.B.
Treanor, Bernard, car driver
Turner Wm., petty sessions clerk
Wiggins, Mrs.
Wilson, James, printer, sewed muslin agent and registrar of marriages


CLOUGH - A village in the parish of Dunaghy and barony of Kilconway, County of Antrim, six miles north from Broughshane and eight from Ballymena, two miles from Glarryford Station on the Belfast and Northern Counties Railway, and one and a half miles from Clough Road Station on the Ballymena and Parkmore Railway.  On a remarkable long shaped rocky crested eminence immediately north of the village and over topping it is a massive rectangular gateway arch, the sole remnant of a strong castle that in ancient times was occupied by a branch of the McDonnell family, and a short distance to the south-west on another hill is the old churchyard of Dunaghy, which is of an unusually large size, and contains the roofless walls of the former Parish Church and many old and interesting monuments of the Hamilton, Crawford, Boyd, and Emerson families.  The present Parish Church stands in the middle of the village.  It is a neat edifice, built in 1842 chiefly at the cost of Mr. Sampson, the lord of the soil, and is adorned at the west end with a handsome square, gothic tower, surmounted by four graceful pinnacles.
CLOUGHMILLS - A village two miles north of Clough and ten from Ballyment (Ballymena), with 300 inhabitants.  It is a good business centre, and a weekly market has of late been established in it on Wednesdays, which is well attended.  The Railway Station of Killagan (Belfast and Northern Counties Railway) is one and a half miles distant.  The mills from which the place takes its name are still employed in grinding corn and scutching flax.

Post Office - John Adams, postmaster


Church of Ireland - Rector, Rev. T. E. Thorpe
Presbyterian Church - Rev. H. Dinsmore, B.A.
Baptist Chapel - Mr. Simpson
Plymouth Brethren


Orange Hall.  Masonic Hall
Dispensary - Dr. McKay.
Parochial National School - Miss Anderson
Clough National School - Mr. John Crawford
The other National Schools in the district are - Carnbeg, Mr. W. B. McKelvey; Killyree, Mr. R. Armstrong; Limnavallaghan, Mr. W. Gordon; Ballyboggy, Miss Taylor


Adams, John, postmaster, grocer and farmer
Alexander, Sarah
Blair, John, publican and grocer
Boyd, Margaret
Bradshaw, James
Dunseath, R. T.
Elliott, William, blacksmith
Greer, Archibald
Huey, John, grocer
Jamieson, John, publican, grocer and farmer
Johnston, James
Kennaway, Edward
Logan, William
McAteer, Patrick
McIlroy, Joseph
McMullan, Sarah, caretaker of church
Shaw, John, carpenter
Simpson, Rev. T. J.
Stewart, Hester
Tafts, Catherine


Adams, David, Ballycregagh
Adams, James, Ballycregagh
Adams, Joseph, Ballycregagh
Adams, R. S., Tullynewey
Adams, W. J., Kinflea
Adams, W., Moneyduff
Alexander, Joseph, Ballycregagh
Alexander, T., Ballycregagh
Barr, James, Ballyboggy
Beatty, H., Eglish
Bradshaw, Andrew, Craigfadd
Calwell, Andrew, Ballyreagh
Carruth, R., Dunbought
Carson, Adam, Ballyboggy
Chambers, Robert, Tullybane
Crawford, Andrew, Tullykittagh
Crawford, George, Ballycregagh
Crawford, John, Tullykittagh
Crawford, R. F., J.P., Ashfield
Crawford, William, Ballycregagh
Crawford, Wm., Tullykittagh
Cupples, David, Ballyreagh
Cupples, H. T., Limnavallaghan
Cupples, Thomas, Ballyreagh
Curry, Hugh, Craigfadd
Dixon, John, Craigfadd
Douds, John, Artuacrea
Dowds, Samuel, Artuacrea
Dunseath, Johnston, Farnacushoge
Eaton, R., Kinflea
Elliott, John R., Ballycregagh
Forsythe, R., Rosedernate
Frew, William, Ballyboggy
Gaston, Samuel, Ballycregagh
Gordon, Roger, Ummerban
Gordon, William, Tullykittagh
Gregg, Adam, Glenslie
Gregg, David, Ballycregagh
Gregg, George, Carnmore
Gregg, John, Craigfaddock
Gregg, John, Clough
Gregg, Joseph, Ballyboggy
Gregg, R., Ballycregagh
Gregg, Thomas, Craigfaddock
Hanna, James
Hanna, Samuel, Carnmore
Harper, James, Tullynewey
Harper, John, Tullynewey
Hastings, Thomas, Rosedernate
Hood, Gamble, Ballyboggy
Hood, James, Tullybane
Hood, John, Tullybane
Huey, James, Rosedernate
Hume, H., Clough
Johnston, David, Ballyreagh
Johnston, David, Tullynewey
Johnston, John, Ballyreagh
Kirk, William, Craigfadd
Knowles, John, Ballyreagh
Kyle, D., Glenleslie
Kyle, James, Rosedernate
Linton, Adam, Rosedernate
Linton, Joseph, Rosedernate
Linton, R. J., Artnacrea
Martin, R., Glenleslie
Maxwell, John, Limnavallaghan
Minis, Samuel, Clough
Mitchell, Thomas, Carnbeg
Montgomery, Alexander, Farnacushoge
Montgomery, John, Farnacushoge
Montgomery, R., Tullykittagh
Moore, W. J., Tullykittagh
Mulvenna, J. H., Killyree
Murray, R., Killyree
McAllister, James, Ummerban
McAlonan, Thomas, Ballycregagh
McBurney, S., Tullykittagh
McCleery, Andrew, Glenleslie
McCreight, William, J., Drumagrove
McIntyre, R., Glenleslie
McKay, Dr., Ballyreagh
McKendry, D., Killyree
McKendry, Robert, Ballycregagh
McLaughlin, John, Rosedernate
McVicker, John, Craigfadd
Orr, Matthew, Killyrea
Preston, W., Ballyreagh
Scott, R., Craigfadd
Sloan, D., Ballycregagh
Stewart, Hugh, Tullybane
Stewart, James H., Tullybane
Stewart, Joseph, Rosedernate
Strahan, H. R., Dunbought
Strahan, Thomas, Dunbought
Tafts, A., Killyree
Tafts, T. C., Killyree
Taylor, John, Tullybane
Wade, R., Moneyduff
Walker, R., Dunbought
Welsh, Walker, Drumagrove
White, Nathaniel, Ballyreagh
Wilson, John, Rosedernate



Post Office - Margaret Patton, postmistress


Church of Ireland, Killagan Parish Church - Rev. T. E. Thorpe
Reformed Presbyterian - Vacant
Presbyterian Ballyweany - Rev. Thomas Gregg, B.A.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. R. O'Kane, P.P.

Royal Irish Constabulary Barracks - Sergeant Daney and five constables
Bank - Branch of Belfast, attended only on market days
Schools on the district - Frocess, Mr. S. Craig; Drumadoern, Mr. J. Black; Loughill, Miss Higgins; Tullybane, Mr. T. Craig
Fairs are held June 9, November 26; and a cattle market 3rd Wednesday of every month
Petty Sessions are held on 1st Tuesday each month in a Courthouse at Killagan


Captain Armstrong, Captain Patrick, L. G. P. Filgate, R. F. Crawford, A. Robinson, G. C. Macartney, and H. Ross


Boyd, J., carpenter
Campbell, John, shoe maker
Craig, Nicholas, grocer and farmer
Gage, Margaret, fruiterer
Gage, W. & R., tailors
Lamont, T., blacksmith
McAleese, M., publican
McAuley, William, car owner
McGuickian, Bernard, publican
McIlroy, John, carpenter
McKeever, Patrick, grocer and farmer
O'Mullan, William, stone mason
Patton, Margaret, postmistress
Shaw, A.
Shaw, J., car owner
Shaw, R. J., posting establishment
Stewart, J., blacksmith
Turner, Alex., grocer and farmer
Wiley, W. J., publican and farmer


Adams, A., Lisnasoo
Adams, J., Frocess
Alexander, J., Ummerban
Alexander, M., Ummerban
Blair, James, Ballyhitherland
Blair, J., Drumadoan
Boyd, J., Drumaglea
Boyd, W., Ballyhitherland
Brown, James, Ballyhitherland
Carson, H., Drumbare
Casey, D., Ummerban
Craig, S., Frocess
Crawford, Alexander, P.L.G., Lislabin
Dunlop, Joseph, Mounthamilton
Eaton, M., Drumbare
Finlay, A., Frocess
Gage, J., Loughill
Gaston, D., Ballyhitherland
Gaston, R. J., Drumadoan
Gaston, S., Frocess
Gregg, A., Lisnasoo
Gregg, A., Lisnasoo
Gregg, G., Frocess
Gregg, J., Frocess
Gregg, T., Lisnasoo
Griffen, S., Loughill
Griffin, R. J., Loughill
Hall, James, Doogary
Henry, P., Carnbuck
Huey, John, Lislabin
Kenny, A., Ballyhitherland
Kyle, D., Drumbare
Kyle, H., Frocess
Kyle, H., jun., Frocess
Kyle, J., Drumnaglea
Linton, D., Frocess
Linton, J., Frocess
Linton, S., Frocess
Luke J., Frocess
McAuley, J., Drumaglea
McClure, C., Drumglea
McClure, J., Drumaglea
McClure, W. J., Drumaglea
Orr, J., Frocess
Patton, A., Frocess
Ross, James, Frocess
Ross, Robert, Outal
Sayers, James, Ballyligg
Sayers, J., Drumaglea
Sayers, J., Lislabin
Scott, J., Drumadoan
Shannon, Robert, Ummerban
Sloan, Joseph, Drumbare
Sloan, R., Lisnasoo
Stewart, R., Frocess
Taylor, J., Tullybane
Templeton, J., Drumaglea
Tomb, S. J., Doogary