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1918 Belfast Street Directory

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Is the capital of County Tyrone, a distinction which it has enjoyed since the year 1768; is situated 130 English miles from Dublin; 66 W. from Belfast; 34 S. from Londonderry.  It is a junction station on the Great Northern Railway, and Military Depot for the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (27th Regimental District), and head quarters of the 3rd Special Reserve Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.  In the year 1914 a fine memorial was unveiled by her Grace the Duchess of Abercorn to the memory of the fallen heroes of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers in the South African campaign.  The monument, which bears the names of the deceased members of the regiment, occupies a commanding position on the hill in front of the Courthouse in the Main Street.  The shops' half-holiday is on Wednesday.  Population, 4,836

Post Office and Post Office Savings Bank, High Street, Omagh


Church of Ireland, Parish Church, Church Street - Rev. Arthur McQuaide, rector.  Cappagh Parish Church - Rev. G. K. Moriarty, A.M., rector.  Clanabogan - Rev. T. W. Benson, B.A.  Edenderry - Rev. M. F. Moriarity, A.M., rector.  Lislimnaghan - Rev. R. McQuade, M.A.  Mountfield - Rev. F. E. Long, rector.  Drumragh - Rev. Arthur McQuade, rector.  Drumnakilly - Rev. W. St. J. Sides, rector.  Clogherney - Rev. Dr. Hunter, rector
First Presbyterian Church, Dublin Road - Rev. A. Macafee, B.A.  Trinity Presbyterian Church, John Street - Rev. H. W. Morrow, M.A.  Ballynahatty Presbyterian Church - Rev. G. Browne, B.A.  Creevan Presbyterian Church, united with trinity Church, Omagh - rev. H. W. Morrow.  Edenderry Presbyterian Church - Rev. J. Dysart.  Gillygooley Presbyterian Church - Rev. A. Carmichael.  Mountjoy Presbyterian Church - Rev. D. Marshall, B.A.  Seskinore Presbyterian Church - Rev. W. J. McAskie, A.M.  Clogherney Presbyterian Church - Rev. J. M. Patterson
Methodist Church - Rev. Horatio G. Collier
Roman Catholic Chapel, Church Street - Right Rev. Monsignor W. T. O'Doherty, P.P.; Rev. J. Harkin, C.C.; and Rev. C. McFaul, curates.  Killyclogher, Rev. J. O'Kane, P.P.; Rev. J. McKenna, Rev. P. O'Callaghan
Banks - Bank of Ireland - Campsie, R. W. Topp, agent; Provincial Bank, High Street - J. A. MacFarlan, manager.  Ulster Banking Company Limited, High Street - J. A. Davidson, manager; G. S. Netterfield, pro. manager - Northern Banking Co., High Street and Bridge Street - W. T. McMurry, manager.  Belfast Banking Co. Ltd., High Street
Gas Works - P. J. O'Callaghan, manager; clerk and collector, H. A. Irwin; foreman, P. Burns
Junction Railway Station - W. A. Scott, district superintendent; Thos. Anderson, station master
Emigration Agents - Mrs. Millar, J. & R. Waterson, Johnston Bros., Joseph Roulston & Son, Wm. Doak, Thos. Thompson


Colonel M. Brown, Major L. E. Buchanan, D. A. Clements, the earl of Belmore, D.L.; R. Harvey, Col. H. Irvine, C.B.; William Johnston, T. Johnston, P. McAleer, Andrew McFarland, Colonel J. K. McClintock, D.L.; Robert McKelvey, Samuel McKeown, George Murnaghan, Thos. Quigley, L. I. Scott, G. Y. Smith, J. J. Todd, M.R.C.S.E.; Major S. H. Galbraith, Captain Gosselin, R.M.; Michael Lynch, John Gormley, Lieut.-Colonel J. Battersby, Thos. McCarron, Patrick Morris, John Maguire, Patk. Muldoon; Andw. McGinn, Patk. Cunningham, Patk. Tracy, Hugh Carroll, Dr. P. J. Campbell, Major C. M. Hamilton.  Petty Sessions and Town Court every second Monday at 10.30 and 11 a.m.  Jas. Boyle, clerk of petty sessions; W. J. Corker, clerk of town court; Robt. Collins, summons server


Tyrone County Council - His Grace the Duke of Abercorn (chairman); J. B. Gunning Moore, D.L. (vice-chairman); George Murnaghan, J.P.; Colonel J. K. McClintock, D.L.; Messrs. W. Coote, J.P.; Michael Gavin, J.P.; N. B. McMahon, J.P.; A. Moutray, D.L.; John Glasgow, John McCrea, J. Doris, J.P.; T. McGregor Greer, J.P.; Captain John C. Herdman, J.P.; Edward Gallagher, D.L.; Matthew Rodgers, J.P.; T. J. S. Harbison, John Donnelly, Robert Lyons, Peter Falls; A. E. Donnelly, solicitor; secy., C. C. Hamilton.  Chairman of District Councils - Messrs. Andw. Deery, J. B. Gunning Moore, D.L.; H. de F. Montgomery, D.L.; Jackson Robinson Erskine, J.P.; D. McSorley, G. Murnaghan, J.P.; W. Rankin, J.P.  Co-opted members - Messrs. Wm. T. Miller, J.P.; John Johnston, Jas. Lyons
Urban Council - Thomas Johnston, J.P. (chairman); James Cadden (vice-chairman); Messrs. King Houston, Charles Hutchinson, Jas. E. Johnston, Thomas Quigley, J.P.; Patrick McLoughlin, Thos. McCarron, James McGillon, Joseph Anderson, D. A. Clements, J.P.; W. E. Orr, M. Lynch, Wm. Doak, Wm. Boyers, Robert Rodgers, James E. White, C. McGinn, John McElroy, Patrick Starrs, Henry McGale.  Rate Collector, J. Whaley; town surveyor, T. T. Hamilton; W. J. Corker, clerk; Sanitary officer, Alex. Hawkes
Fire Brigade - There are two lines of 3-inch hose stored in Urban Council's chambers.  W. J. Corker, superintendent; Alex. Hawkes, captain; R. Hynes, vice-captain
Omagh School Attendance Committee - Right rev. Monsignor W. T. O'Doherty, P.P. (chairman); Rev. Arthur McQuade (vice-chairman); Messrs. Thos. Johnston, J.P.; James Cadden, A. E. Donnelly, solicitor; T. McCarron, J.P.; James E. White, T. Quigley, J.P.; John Devlin, and P. J. McLoughlin, secy.
Omagh Cemetery Committee - Messrs. Geo. Murnaghan, J.P. (chairman); T. McCarron, M. Stewart, J. Deery, D. McCrossan, M. Reid, Patk. Starrs, Charles McGinn, Henry Todd, J. Quinn, James Cadden, James McGillon; registrar, P. Gormley; caretaker, J. McCullagh
Union Workhouse - Thirty nine electoral divisions.  Board meets on Saturday.  George Murnaghan, J.P., Lisonelly House, Omagh, chairman; Patk. Muldoon, Polfore, Dromore (vice-chairman); C. McLaughlin, master; Miss M. Donnelly, matron; Mrs. M. Daly, midwife; Danl. F. Murnaghan (temporary) surgeon; William Cathcart, clerk and returning officer
Infirmary - Treasurer, J. A. MacFarlan; surgeon, E. C. Thompson, M.B.; apothecary registrar, T. J. McAdam; lady superintendent, Miss Hayes
Dispensary, James Street - Surgeon, temporary officer, Dr. D. F. Murnaghan
District Lunatic Asylum - Resident Physician, John Patrick, M.B.; assistant resident physician, Dr. P. O'Doherty; visiting physician, E. C. Thompson, M.B.; clerk, R. J. Creery; store keeper, H. Colhoun; matron, Miss McFarland.  Chaplains - Church of Ireland, Rev. M. F. Moriarty, Presbyterian, Rev. Alexr. Carmichael; Methodist, Rev. Horatio G. Collier; Roman Catholic, Rev. J. O'Kane, P.P.
Dispensary Medical Officers - Dr. Todd, J.P., Omagh No. 1; Dr. Hunter, Carrickmore; Dr. Campbell, Drumquin; Dr. Bradley, Fintona; Dr. J. F. Devlin (temporary), Gortin; Dr. Leitch, Sixmilecross; Dr. Hamilton, Dromore
Excise Office - Post Office, High Street - Supervisor, Mr. E. Hall; officers, E. A. Burling, 1st; M. J. McCaughey, 2nd
Local Registration of Title - James Toner, Clerk of the crown and Peace
Quarter Sessions are held at Cookstown, Dungannon, Strabane, Clogher, and Omagh
Registrar of Births and Deaths - D. F. Murnaghan (temporary), Gortmore; deputy registrar, Mr. J. Kelly, Courthouse
Marriage Registration Office - J. Magee, Campsie Avenue
Courthouse, High Street - John Hazlett, keeper
Petty Sessions Office, Courthouse - James Boyle, clerk
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, T. Smyth, Belfast Bank
Constabulary Station - W. J. Millar, county inspector; Bernard Conlin, district inspector; J. Empey, head constable
Loretto Convent, Brook Street - Mother Superioress, Miss Keegan
Newspapers - "Tyrone Constitution" (Friday), T. Johnston, proprietor and publisher; and "Ulster Herald" (Saturday)
Clerk of the Crown and Peace - James Toner
County Court Judge - His Honour Judge Linehan, K.C.
Crown Solicitor - James Riordan, 54 Dawson Street, Dublin
Sessional Crown Solicitor - R. H. Carson
Omagh Technical Education Committee - J. Mulholland, secretary; L. Bradley, director - Teachers - Miss A. F. Doloughan, Messrs. P. Bamberger, T. Fitzpatrick, B. Connor, R. T. Newell, B.A.; S. Moore, F. H. McBride, J. McCague, and J. Loughlin


Convent Female School, Brook Street - Head Teacher, Sister Columba
Ladies' School, Market Street - The Misses Adams, principals
Omagh Academy - H. A Perdue, principal
Convent Boarding Schools and Omagh Convent National School - Loretto Sisters
Christian Brothers' School, Mount Street, Columba - Mr. Keane, superior
Omagh District Model School, Mountjoy Road - R. T. Newell, B.A., head teacher.  Female - Miss Tate, head teacher.  Infant - Mrs. Mawhinney, head teacher
Culmore National School - P. McElhill, teacher
Killyclogher National School - J. Corroran, teacher
Inspector of National Schools - Mr. Coyne, head inspector; Mr. O'Reilly, district inspector


Omagh Centre N.W.I. Work Guild - President, her Grace Duchess of Abercorn
Masonic Lodges - No. 332 (Concord) meets in Masonic Hall, Market Street, last Tuesday evening of each month - W. E. Orr, secretary.  No. 350 (Cappagh) meets in Masonic Hall, Market Street, third Wednesday evening of each month - J. Cadden, sec.  No. 334 (St. John's), meets in Masonic Hall second Thursday of each month.  Wm. Boyers, secretary
Tyrone County Club - Colonel H. Irvine, C.B., J.P., sub-sheriff, secretary, Courthouse, Omagh
Tyrone Farming Society - James E. Johnston, secretary
Omagh Tennis Club - C. C. Hamilton, secy.
Omagh Y.W.C.A. - President, Mrs. Dickie; secretary, Mrs. Morrow
L.O.L. No. 850 (No Surrender), L.O.L. No. 937 (Omagh True Blues), R.B. Preceptory No. 185 (Omagh).
Omagh Nursing Society - Mrs. M. Browne, secretary; E. V. Hamilton, treasurer
Omagh Golf Club - Captain, Rev. H. W. Morrow; secretary, G. S. Nettlefield, treasurer, J. A. MacFarlan
Unemployment Section Insurance Act - Thos. Thompson, John Street
Mid-Tyrone Unionist Registration Association - President, King Houston; sec., W. E. Orr; treasurer, Joseph Anderson, Market Street; agent, Matthew T. Anderson, Derroar House
Omagh Branch Irish National Forresters - Patrick McLoughlin, secretary
Orange and Protestant Friendly Society - Geo. Pigott, secretary, Campsie Crescent, Omagh
Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children - Miss Fleming, district correspondent, Mrs. Duncan, secretary
Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Children's League of Pity - Miss Fleming


Ulster Hotel, Hugh Street (Henry McGale);
Royal Arms, High Street (Mrs. Millar);
Arundel Hotel, John Street (Mrs. Morris);
Eagle, Dublin Road (B. J. McCloskey);
Commercial, John Street (Joseph McGale);
Grand Central, Market Street (Miss McGeown)


Adams, Robert, Omagh
Adams, The Misses, High School
Allen, Thos., Kevlin Road
Allen, William, builder, Camowen Terrace
Allen, Wolsey, Kevlin Terrace
Anderson, Charles, Lisnamallard
Anderson, George, Market Street
Anderson, Joseph, Market Street
Anderson, J. B., & Co., general drapers and fancy warehousemen, Market Street
Anderson, Miss, G.N.R. bookstall
Anderson, W. J., creamery manager
Anderson Bros., grocers, Campsie
Armstrong, Alex., Castle Street
Arnold, Edward, Mullaghmore
Auchinleck, Mrs., Crevanagh House, Omagh

Ballantine, John, Abbey Place
Bamberger, Percy, Castle Place
Bates, John, Brookmount Terrace
Bates, W. V., Campsie Road
Battersby, Colonel, R.A.M.C., Knock-na-m??
Beacom, J. T., sawmills, timber, slate, iron and hardware merchant, George's Street
Beatty, Geo., Campsie Road
Best, Joseph, James Street
Birney, John, Campsie Crescent
Black, J., Lisnamallard
Black & Co., hardware merchants, High Street
Bond, Robert, Lisnamallard
Boyce, Joseph, tobacconist, stationer, newsagent, and bookseller
Boyce, Mrs., James Street
Boyd, David, journalist, Victoria Terrace
Boyd, Isaac, green grocer, Market Street
Boyd, Mrs., Victoria Cafe, Market Street
Boyers & Co., drapers, Market Street
Boyle, James, clerk of Petty Sessions
Brandon, H. B., & Co., chartered accountants, High Street
Brearley, D. W., Campsie
Breen, Mrs., Railway Terrace
Broderick, John, George Street
Brogan, Wm., Abbey Street
Brown, G. A., veterinary surgeon, Castle Street
Brown, H., Sedan Avenue
Browne, Colonel M.. J.P., Mullaghmore
Browne, Rev. George, Ballinahatty
Buchanan, Colonel J. B., Edenfel
Buchanan, Mrs., Tattykeel
Burling, E. A., Dublin Road
Burns, James, Orchard Terrace
Burns, Patrick, Irishtown

Cadden, James, clog merchant, Castle Street
Cadden, John, Campsie Road
Caldwell, J., Dublin Road
Caldwell, R. A., draper, Market Street
Calvin, W., baker, Sedan Avenue
Campbell, James, produce merchant, John Street
Campbell, Robert, Gortmore
Campbell, Wm., John Street
Campbell, Wm., Lisnamallard
Campbell, W. C., George Street
Carland, Wm., Bridge Street
Carmichael, Arthur, Ashfield Terrace
Carnaghan, Arthur, Gortmore
Carroll, Hugh, insurance supt., John Street
Carson, Charles, law clerk, George Street
Carson, Miss T., teacher, Model School
Carson, Mrs., stationer, Dublin Road
Carson, Robert, grocer, John Street
Carson, R. H., sessional Crown solicitor, Camowen Terrace
Carson, Samuel, Campsie
Cathcart, Wm., clerk of Union, Strathroy
Charlton, Miss, Dergmoney
Chisholm, Geo., jun., Orchard Terrace
Clarke, James, Dromore Road
Clements, David A., J.P., butter and egg merchant, Dublin Road
Clements, Wm., Woodside Terrace
Coburn & Co., spirit merchants, Castle Street
Cockburn, Samuel, Lisnamallard
Colhoun, Henry, store keeper, Omagh Asylum
Colhoun, Joseph, Campsie Crescent
Colhoun, Wm., Campsie Crescent
Collier, Rev. Horatio G., Church Street
Collins, Frank, Castle Street
Collins, James, Bridge Street
Collins, Robert, Castle Street
Colton, F., jun., Kevlin Road
Connell & Co., stationers, High Street
Connolly, B., chemist, Market Street
Connolly, Miss, spirit merchant, High Street
Connolly, Thos. P., Bridge Street
Convery, Rev. P., Killyclogher
Corker, W. J., town clerk
Corker & Son, fleshers, Market Street
Crane, Robert, Sedan Avenue
Crawford, Frank, Bellevue
Crawford, John, Lisnamallard
Crawford & Wilson, hardware merchants, ironmongers, seedsmen and jewellers, High Street; china, glass and delph, Market Street; furniture warehouse, Market Street
Creery, R. J., clerk, Omagh District Asylum
Creighton, Lieut. and Quartermaster, Military Depot
Cue, J., registration agent, Campsie Avenue
Cunningham, Felix, jun., Mountjoy Road
Cunningham, Peter, hide merchant, Mountjoy Road
Curry, J., Church Street

Dale, Robert M., John Street
Dale, Wm., & Son, bakers and grocers, John Street
Daly, E. S., agricultural instructor, Castle Street
Daly, H., butcher, John Street
Daly, Mrs., maternity nurse
Davidson, J. A., High Street
Davidson, Thos., Campsie
Deeney, James, Kevlin Road
Devlin, James, spirit dealer, Market Street
Devlin, John, Gortmore
Devlin, Jos., boot merchant, Market Street
Devlin, J., & Co., spirit merchants, High Street
Devlin, Mrs. A., Hillview Terrace
Dickie, J. F., solicitor, Camowen Terrace
Dickie, Mrs., Clonavon
Dickie & Carson, solicitors, High Street
Dixon, Harry, Orchard Terrace
Doak, Arthur, John Street
Doak, Wm., hardware merchant, High Street
Doak & Duff, auctioneers, High Street
Doherty, John, John Street
Donaghey, James, Lisnamallard
Donaghey, John, compositor, Kevlin Road
Donnelly, A. E., B.A., solicitor, High Street
Donnelly, P., Ltd., drapers and haberdashers, High Street
Donnelly, Thomas, barber, John Street
Doyle, Robert, Dromore Road
Duncan, Dr. A. H. R., James Street
Dysart, Rev. James, Edenderry

Elliott, Neville, Campsie Avenue

Fallows, J., & Co., tombstone sculptors, Campsie
Fallows, Wm., Campsie Road
Ferguson, A. J., Coneywarren, Omagh
Ferguson, J. M., Derry Road
Ferris, James, barber, Bridge Street
Ferris, John, butcher, Bridge Street
Fitzpatrick, John, railway guard, Brookmount Terrace
Flanagan, Denis, boot merchant, Market Street
Fleming, Miss Palisade House
Fleming, Mrs., Campsie House
Foster, Francis, Mountjoy Terrace

Galbraith, Major S. H. L., J.P., Clanabogan
Gallagher, James, postmaster, Campsie
Gallagher, Michael, High Street
Gallagher, Terence, Castle Street and High Street
Garety, Patrick, publican, John Street
Garety, Wm., publican, Market Street
Gill, Edward, Abbey Street
Given, James, grocer, John Street
Gorman, Mrs., ironmonger and newsagent; agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News," George Street
Gormley, John, J.P., Correnarry
Gormley, Miss, dress maker, Abbey Street
Gormley, Patrick, assistant, clerk of Union, Gortmere
Gormley, Samuel, relieving officer
Graham, Jos. A., Market Street
Graham & Wilson, printers, Market Street
Gray, J., cooper, Market Street
Gray, Mrs., milliner and dressmaker, Market Street
Greer, James, watch maker, John Street
Greer, Mrs., Coneywarren, Omagh
Guy, The Misses, Victoria Villas
Gwynne, James, Mountjoy Terrace

Hackett, Jos., painter and glazier, George Street
Hackett, Mrs., Killyclogher Road
Hall, E., supervisor, Inland Revenue
Hall, J. J., carpenter, Kevlin Road
Hamilton, Claude C, sec. County Council
Hamilton, E. V., solicitor, High Street and The Residency
Hamilton, James, greengrocer, Bridge Street
Hamilton, John, Orchard Terrace
Hamilton, S., assistant teacher, Model School
Hamilton, Thomas, Mountjoy Road
Hamilton, Wm., Campsie Road
Hamilton, Wm., blacksmith, Kevlin Road
Hannigan, F., Asylum Road
Harvey, Geo., Lisahoppin
Harvey, Robert, J.P., Camowen, Omagh
Haughey, C, James Street
Haughey, Peter, painter, High Street
Hazlett, John, Courthouse Keeper
Henderson, J, & Co., drapers, High Street
Henderson, Thomas, High Street
Henderson & Co., Omagh Foundry
Hewitt, Robert, Dergmoney Lower
Higgins, Robert M., Orchard Terrace
Holland, John, publican, John Street
Holland, Norman L., solicitor, Church Street
Houston, King, solicitor, Arleston
Houston, Miss, James Street
Houston, W. A., flax merchant, Dublin Road
Hughes, John, tobacconist, Market Street
Hunt, Charles, Kevlin Road
Hunt, Mrs., Castle Place
Hunter, Miss, district nurse, Church Street
Hutchinson Bros., drapers, Market Street
Hutchinson, Charles, Market Street

Irvine, Colonel, J.P., sub sheriff, Strathlomond, Crevenagh
Irvine, James, Market Street
Irvine, John, caretaker, Post Office
Irvine, J., John Street
Irwin, Henry, Campsie Avenue

Johnston, David, Lisnamallard
Johnston, James E., secretary Tyrone Farming Society
Johnston Bros., Ltd., family grocers, booksellers and stationers; agents for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News," High Street
Johnston, Samuel, Carlisle Terrace
Johnston, Samuel L., Peace Officer
Johnston, Thomas, Campsie Avenue
Johnston, T., J.P., proprietor "Tyrone Constitution "
Johnston, W. J., & Co., drapers and haberdashers, High Street
Jordan Bros., cabinet makers, Market Street
Jordan, Edward, Campsie Avenue

Keenan, Hugh, Mountjoy Road
Keenan & Sons, victuallers, Market Street
Kelly, B. J., assistant surveyor, Campsie Road
Kelly, J., County Surveyor's office
Kerr, George, grocer and publican, McConnell's Place
Kerr, James, grocer, Market Street
Kettle, Thomas, Campsie Avenue
Kidd, Hugh, Campsie Crescent
King, Mrs., Kevlin Road
Kirk & Swan, gutta-percha boot and shoe warehouse, High Street
Kirkpatrick, A., plumber, High Street and Market Street
Kirkpatrick, A., jun., plumber and cycle agent, Market Street
Kyle, Albert, clerk, Campsie Crescent
Kyle, James, bill poster, Kevlin Road
Kyle, Wm., bill poster, Campsie Crescent

Leitch, A. C., solicitor, John Street
Livingston, Thomas, Campsie
Lloyd, Henry, Campsie Road
Love, A. A., draper, Market Street
Lyle, R. J., bookbinder, Bridge Street
Lynam, F. J., county surveyor, Homelea, Mullaghmore
Lynch, M., J.P., James Street
Lynn, John, John, Dublin Road
Lynn, John, carpenter, Lisnamallard
Lynn, Robert, Lisnamallard
Lyons, H. & R., grocers and druggists, High Street
Lyons, John, saddler, Market Street
Lyons, J. J., dentist, High Street

Macafee, Rev. Andrew, The Manse, Dublin Road
Mackin, Mrs., fancy draper and haberdasher, High Street
Magee, James, registrar of marriages, Campsie Avenue
Maguire, Hugh, Market Street
Mahon, T. V., bank cashier, Campsie
Malone, Patk., publican, Castle Street
Marshall, John J., Ashfield Terrace
Mathers, Patrick, Castle Street
Matthews, Richard, publican, George Street
Mawhinney, H., plumber and gasfitter, High Street
Mawhinney, Mrs., teacher, Model School
Mellon, John, Mountjoy Terrace
Mellon, Joseph, barber, George Street
Millar, Mrs., Royal Arms Temperance Hotel, house, land, insurance, and shipping agent, High Street
Millar, W. J., County Inspector R.I.C., Campsie Road
Mills, Charles, green grocer, Market Street
Mitchell, Robert, Campsie Road
Moffitt, John M., George Street
Moffitt, The Misses, cafe, Market Street
Montgomery, Edward, Peace Office
Montgomery, John, John Street
Montgomery, Mrs., servants' registry, Lisnamallard
Montgomery, S. D., Ltd., stationers, High Street and Dublin Road
Morris, Mrs., spirit merchant, John Street
Morris, O. R., Moorfield
Morrow, James, carpenter, McConnell Place
Morrow, Miss, dress maker, Abbey Street
Morrow, Rev. H. W., M.A., Camowen Terrace
Moss, Patk., publican, Bridge Street
Mulholland, Geo., Mountjoy Road
Mulholland, James, Castle Place
Mullan, Michael, grocer and spirit dealer, High Street
Mullan & McGale, grocers, Market Street
Mullin, Mrs., Market Street
Mullin, W. J., Lisnamallard
Mullin, Wm., Castle Street
Mulvey, A. J., journalist, James Street
Murnaghan, George, jun., solicitor, John Street

McAdam, R. W., grocer and druggist, High Street
McAdam, Thomas J., Campsie
Adams & Bates, pharmaceutical chemists, High Street
McAleer, B., boot merchant, Market Street
McAleer, Peter, cycle agent, Market Street
McAleer, Peter, grocer and spirit merchant, Campsie
McAlister, R. D., M.D., The grange, Lisnamallard
McCaffrey, Wm., green grocer, Market Street
McCague, J., assistant teacher, Model School
McCallen & O'Reilly, drapers, High Street
McCann, Hugh, Lisnamallard
McCann, Mrs., Market Street
McCarron, Thomas, J.P., Gortmore
McCaul, James, Pretoria Terrace
McCaul, John, contractor, Sedan Avenue
McCausland, Alex., Campsie
McCausland, Benjamin, Kevlin Road
McCausland, Robert, Campsie
McCausland, Robert, Mullaghmore
McCausland, W. A., law clerk, High Street
McClenaghan, W. J., solicitor, George's Street
McCloskey, B. J., spirit merchant, Market Street
McConnell, J. K., solicitor, High Street
McConnell, Wm., Kevlin Road
McConnell & Sons, butchers, Market Street
McCormack, Major, Rocklow
McCormick, John J., barber, Market Street
McCracken, Wm., blacksmith and horse shoer, Campsie
McCrea, Daniel, spirit merchant, Market Street
McCreery, Robt., law clerk, Derry Road
McCutcheon and Mitchell, dress makers, Market Street
McDonnell, James, Castle Street
McElhinny, Bernard, grocer, Gortmore
McElroy, John, Market Street
MacFarlan, J. A., manager Provincial Bank
McFarlane, Wm., photographer, High Street
McGale, Henry, publican, baker and grocer, John Street
McGale, Joseph, spirit dealer, John Street
McGee, Charles, John Street
McGeown, Miss, spirit merchant, Market Street
McGillion, James, Kevlin Road
McGinn, A., grocer, Market Street
McGinn, Charles, Gortmore
McGinn, Charles, Market Street
McGinn, Miss, baker and confectioner, High Street
McGlinchey, Michael, spirit dealer, Gortmore
McGovern, Jos., Bridge Street
McGrath Bros., cycle agents, Dublin Road
McGrath, James, contractor, Dublin Road
McGrath, Patk., saw mills, Dublin Road
McIlroy, Mrs. C., George Street
McKelvey, Ross, Campsie Cottages
McKenna, James, Bridge Street
McKenna, Rev. Mr., Cappagh
McKnight, Mrs., High Street
McLaughlin, Charles, rate collector, Campsie
McLaughlin, Chas., master Omagh workhouse
McLaughlin, J., reporter, Church Street
McLaughlin, Patk., secretary Pension Committee, Church Street
McLaughlin, Patk. J., school attendance officer, St. Columba's Terrace
McMenamin, E., publican, Market Street
McMichael, James, New Brighton Terrace
McMillin, J., draper, High Street
McMullan, Henry, Gortmore Terrace
McNamee, John James, grocer and publican, Market Street
McNeill, Hugh, butter and egg merchant, Campsie Road
McNickle, Andw. J., Campsie Crescent
McNickle, Wm., grocer, Campsie Road
McParland, J. A., Campsie Road
McPhilemy, John, Woodside Terrace
McQuade, Rev. A., The Rectory
McQuade, Rev. R., Lislimnaghan
McSorley, James, Campsie Road
McSorley, Joseph, Church Street
McSorley, J., cycle agent, Bridge Street
McSorley, J., green grocer, Castle Street
McSwiggan, Michael, spirit dealer, Market Street

Neely, A., tailor, Campsie
Netterfield, G. S., Dublin Road
Newell, R. T., B.A., headmaster Model School
Nichol, H., hardware merchant, John Street
Nixon, James, Campsie Avenue
Nolan, Martin, Woodview Terrace
North-West of Ireland Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd., John Street
Nugent, Joseph, musician and newsagent, Bridge Street
Nugent, Wm., Church Street

Omagh Co-Operative Agricultural and Dairy Society Ltd., Kevlin Road - Secretary, J. J. Orr; manager, W. J. Anderson
Omagh Foundry Ltd., Kevlin Road - R. Henderson
Omagh Laundry Company, High Street - M. Nolan, manager
Orr, Robert, jeweller, High Street
Orr, R. A. P., Campsie Road
Orr, W. E., solicitor, John Street

O'Brien, Mrs., George Street
O'Callaghan, P. J., Irishtown
O'Connor, F. J., solicitor, John Street
O'Doherty, Patrick, M.D., assistant medical Officer, Omagh Asylum
O'Doherty, Right rev. Monsignor, P.P., Parochial House
O'Doherty & Sons, merchants, Mountjoy
O'Kane, Rev. James, P.P., Killyclogher Road
O'Kane, T., spirit merchant, John Street
O'Neill, Michael, publican, Railway Terrace
O'Reilly, Lawrence, school inspector, Campsie Road
O'Shiel, Kevin R., B.L., Highfield

Parke, Robert J., journalist, Victoria Terrace
Parkinson, Thomas, Military Barracks
Patrick, John, M.D., medical superintendent, Omagh Asylum
Patrick, Robert, tailor, Bridge Street
Perdue, H. A., headmaster, Academy
Phillips, Edward, blacksmith, Castle Street
Phillips, Patk., John Street
Pigott, George, Campsie Crescent
Pollock, J. R., & Co., merchants, High Street
Pollock, Mrs., George Street
Pollock, S., & Co., drapers, etc., High Street
Porter, George, Lisnamallard
Porter, Mrs., Campsie Road

Quigley, J., carter, Kevlin Road
Quigley, The Misses, teachers, Model School
Quigley, Thomas, J.P., coachbuilder, John Street
Quinn, James, Campsie Avenue

Reform Stores Ltd., High Street
Robinson, J., builder, Campsie Avenue
Robinson, Richardson, Woodview Terrace
Rodgers, Robert, painter and decorator, Church Street
Rodgers, Wm., cycle and motor agent, Market Street
Rooney, John Jos., railway guard, Pretoria Terrace
Ross, David, J.P., land steward, Omagh Asylum
Russell, W., draper, High Street

Scarffe, W., draper, High Street
Scarffe, T., builder, Market Street
Scott, L. Irwin, J.P., Lisonally
Scott, Mrs. C., Lisnamallard
Scott, Rev. Canon Walter H., Clanabogan
Scott, W. A., district superintendent G.N.R. Co., Camowen Terrace
Scott, W. & C., Ltd., meal and flour millers, Omagh Mills, Mountjoy Road
Sharkie, J. E., law clerk, Park Avenue
Shields, Francis, solicitor, John Street and Highfield
Shields & Murnaghan, solicitors, John Street
Sheffield, Mrs. C. E., jeweller, Dublin Road
Smith, Geo. Y., J.P., agent, Stradowan, Omagh
Smith, Robert, baker and confectioner, Market Street
Somerville, W. J., Campsie Crescent
Sproule, Dr., Coolaguard
Sproull, A., Dublin Road
Stack, Rev. T. L. F., Langfield
Starrs, Bernard, blacksmith, Castle Street
Starrs, Patrick, poulterer, Castle Street
Steele, Samuel, cycle agent, High Street
Stewart, Col. G. P., Brookdene
Stewart, Miss, dress maker, Market Street
Swan, R. D., Ashdene, Omagh
Sweeney, Jas. H., Campsie Avenue
Sweeney, Mrs., dress maker, Castle Street

Tate, Miss, headmistress, Model School
Taylor, Mrs., Carlisle Terrace
Thompson, Ed. C, M.B., Tyrone Infirmary
Thompson, John, Campsie Avenue
Thompson, Misses, drapers, High Street
Thompson, Thos., Capsie Crescent (Campsie)
Thompson & Miller, drapers, Market Street
Thornton, P., G.P.O., clerk
Tierney, Edward, journalist, Castle Street
Topp, R. W., Campsie Road
Torney, H., Lisnamallard
Townsend, William, Mountjoy Road
Tyler & Son, boot and shoe warehouse, Market Street

Wallace, W. A., postman, Pretoria Terrace
Walsh, Wm., secretary Tyrone Agricultural Committee
Warnock, Miss, Kevlin Road
Waterson, J. & R., flour, timber, slate and coal merchants, High Street
Watson, Mrs., draper, John Street
Wauchob, Mrs., Victoria Villas
Whaley, James, rate collector, Market Street
White Bros., fishing tackle manufacturers, and hardware merchant, Market Street
White, John, Riverston House
White, J., Campsie Cottage
White, J. E., Dublin Road
White, Mrs., Riverston House
White, W., Victoria Villas
Wilkinson. E., Campsie
Wilson, Joseph, Dublin Road
Wilson, J. D., spirit dealer, Market Street
Wilton, Wm., Campsie Avenue
Wylie, David, Mountjoy Terrace

Young, David, tobacconist, Market Street


Adams, Archibald, Terraquin
Adams, John, Terraquin
Adams, J. J., Drumshanley
Adams, J. J., Mountjoy East
Adams, Robert, Limehill
Adams, Samuel, Terraquin
Agnew, W., Ranelly
Aiken, Samuel A., Belltony
Alcorn, N. T., Loughmuck
Alexander, J., Tarlum
Alexander, Noble, Beagh
Alexander, Samuel, Tamlaght
Allen, J. & J., Tattysallagh
Allison, Mrs., Killybrack
Anderson, James, Aghee
Andrews, Robt., P.L.G., Lammy
Andrews, W., Tattyreagh
Arbuckle, John, Gortanigan
Armstrong, W., Glenhordial
Armstrong, William, Bunnynubber
Arnold, Edward, Mullaghmore
Atwell, Hamilton, Correnary
Atwell, James, Ballinamullin
Atwell, Joseph, Garvaghey
Atwell, Robert, Ballinamullin
Atwell, Samuel, Garvaghey
Auchinleck, Mrs., Crevenagh
Banks, James, Recarson
Barber, David, Lisnagir
Baxter, George, Reaghan
Baxter, Wm., Carnoney
Beattie, Charles A., Kingarrow
Beattie, Hill, Tullyrush
Beattie, John, Aughnamoyle
Beattie, John, Aughnamoyle
Beattie, Johnston, Gillygooley
Beattie, Joseph, Dunbreen
Beattie, J. J., Doogary
Bell, John W., Crosh
Black, Wm., Botera Upper
Booth, Robert, Deramona
Breen, Wm., Ballygowans
Brien, Wm., Tattykeel
Browne, Colonel, Mullaghmore
Browne, Wm., Castletown
Buchanan, Mrs., Killyclogher
Caldwell, James, Botera Lower
Caldwell, Joseph, Calkill
Campbell, Andw. J., Fecarry
Campbell, James, Kevlin
Campbell, John, Galbally
Cathcart, William, Strathroy
Charlton, Henry, Tullyanry
Clements, D., Drum
Clements, D. A., Edengole
Clements, R. O., Greenmount, Seskinore
Colhoun, John, Mullaghmena
Colhoun, Wm., Mullaghmena
Conway, Wm., Cavanacaw
Cooke, William, Dunbreen
Cooke, Samuel, Drumbreen
Coulter, John, Kiltamnagh
Crammond, James, Crevenagh
Crawford, J., Froughmore
Creery, Miss, Cranny
Crosbie, James, Tatraconaghty
Cummins, James, Lisnagir
Cummins, Wm., Beltony
Cunningham, James, Crosh
Cunningham, Felix, Omagh
Cunningham, Patk., Shergin
Cunningham, Peter, Omagh
Dale, Mrs., Crevenagh
Daly, Michael, Ballinamullin
Darcy, James, Tattyreagh
Deery, John, Relaghdooey
Devlin, Michael, Killine
Devlin, Neal, Aughallane
Devlin, Samuel, Arvalee
Dickson, James, Rosnamuck
Doak, David, Drumragh
Doak, Joseph, Denamona
Donnell, Robert, Arvalee
Donnelly, John, Drumconly
Donnelly, Michael, J.P., Seskinore
Duncan, Arthur, Arvalee
Dunbar, James, Lurganboy
Dunbar, John, Beltony
Duncan, Joseph, Cloghog
D'Arcy, Thomas, Tattyreagh
Elkin, Francis, Aughnamoyle
Elkin, James, Kilmore
Elkin, Robt., Gillygooley
Elkin, William, Tarleem
Ellis, Col. R. H., J.P., Rash House
Ferguson, Armour J., Careywarren
Ferguy, Joseph, Fecarry
Fulton, R. J., Drimragh
Fyffe, James, Dunwish
Fyffe, J. J., Kiltamnagh
Fyffe, J. J., Tully
Fyffe, Robert, Doogary
Galbraith, J., Tyrmorrity
Galbraith, Major, J.P., Clarabogan
Gibson, Andrew, Lisnagir
Gilmour, James, Knockmoyle
Gilmour, J. J., Lisbuoy, Beragh
Given, John, Deerpark
Given, Wm., Mountjoy
Gormley, Francis, Recarson
Gormley, John, J.P., Correnary
Gormley, Phil, Botera
Gormley, Thos., Arvalee
Greer, James, Sedanan
Greer, Mrs., Coneywarren
Gubbins, Michael, Mullaghmore
Hamilton, Andrew, Mountjoy West
Hamilton, Fredk., Innisclan
Hamilton, William, Corlea
Hamilton, Wm., Edenderry
Harvey, George, Lisahoppin
Harvey, James, jun., Recarson
Harvey, Robt., J.P., Camowen Green
Hazlett, Kyle, Knockmoyle
Henderson, Robert, Lislimnaghan
Hughes, Charles, Ballinamullen
Hunter, George, Aughnamoyle
Hunter, James, Relaghdooey
Irvine, Wm. T., Aghagallon
Johnston, John, Mountjoy East
Johnston, Robert J., Killybrack
Johnston, R. J., Woodlands, Tattynure
Johnston, Samuel L., Recarson
Johnston, Thomas, Froughmore
Johnston, Thomas, Recarson
Johnston, Walter, Donaghanie
Johnston, Wm., Recarson
Kerr, J. J., Ballinamullen
Knox, James, Glassmullagh
Knox, Thomas, Drumshanley
Kyle, R. J., J.P., The Diamond, Fintona
Kyle, Mrs., Knockmoyle
Kyle, Thos., Innisclan
Kyle, W., Loughmuck
Lewis, James, Garvaghey
Love, Samuel, Camowen
Love, Wm., Camowen
Lynch, Wm. O., Carrigans
Lyons, Charles, Drimragh
Lyons, James, Correnary
Lyons, Robert, Killyclogher
Lyons, Robert A., Mayne
Lyons, Samuel, Fecarry
Lyons, Thos., Killyclogher
Lyons, W., Doraghanie
Lyons, Wm., Carnoney
Lyons, Wm., Innisclan
Magee, John James, Ballinmullin
Maguire, John, Dergmoney
Maguire, Thomas, Donaghie
Mitchell, J., Fairview, Clarabogan
Mitchell, Joseph, Mayne
Mitchell, Robert, Froughmore
Monteith, Robt., Fecarry
Monteith, Wm., Tirquin
Moore, Samuel S., Cranny
Mullin, Michael, Tattykeel, Rodgers
Murnaghan, Geo., J.P., Lisnally House
McAleer, Bernard, Cloughfin
McAleer, Michael, Arvalee
McAleer, M., Tamlaght
McAleer, Patk., J.P., Mountfield
McAleer, P., Drumnakilly
McCaffrey, R., Cavanacaw
McCann, James, Mullaghmena
McCarney, Henry, Agharonan
McCausland, Henry, Garvaghey
McCausland, John, Arvalee
McClelland, W. J., Drumconnolly
McClintock, Col. J. K., D.L., Seskinore
McConkey, John J., Rylands
McCrea, John, C.C., Lissan
McCrystall, Charles, Glenhordial
McCrossan, Cornelius, Lisnacreight
McCrossan, Dominick, Tattykeel
McCutcheon, David, Arvalee
McFarland, Alex., Edenderry
McFarland, Andrew, J.P., Fecarry
McFarland, Armour, Castletown
McFarland, James, Killins
McFarland, John, Maine
McFarland, Wm., Maine
McIvor, John H., Crosh
McIldowney, John, Drum
McKelvey, James, Arvalee
McKelvey, Thos., Arvalee
McKeown, Samuel, J.P., Mullaghmore
McKinley, Andrew, Mullagharn
McNeill, Andrew, Doogary
Nichol, Robert, Fecarry
Nicholl, Wm., Crosh
Nixon, James, jun., Garvaghey
Nixon, Robert, Crosh
Nixon, Wm., Crosh
Nugent, John, Ballinamullin
Nugent, Patrick, Ballinamullin
Orr, John James, Correnary
Orr, Wm., Maine
Patterson, John J., Eskeradoey
Patterson, J., Kingarrow
Pollock, Andrew S., Recarson
Pollock, A., Kingarrow
Pollock, Charles, Reaghan
Porter, James, Loughmuck
Porter, Ross, Killinure
Porter, William, Beagh
Porter, Wm. F., Gortnacrea
Price, King William, Garvagh
Quinn, James, Tully
Rea, William, Beagh
Reid, Michael, Aughee
Rippy, Robert, Garvaghey
Robb, John, Killens
Roulston, Thos., Ranelly
Russell, Geo. H., Ballinamullin
Rutledge, Alex., Innisclan
Rutledge, James, Tattykeeran
Rutledge, James, Fecarry
Rutledge, Thos., Innisclan
Scott, J., Lisahoppin
Scott, L. I., J.P., Lisanelly
Smith, Andrew, Lisnacrieght
Smith, Geo., Gillygooley
Smith, James, Aughaleague
Stewart, Moses, Creevangar
Stewart, Thos., Edenderry
Todd, Henry, Gillygooley
Tracey, Patrick, Fecarry
Traynor, Thomas, Raneese
Watson, J. D., Dervaghroy
Watson, John, Fireagh
Watson, Mrs., Mullaghmera
Watson, Wm., Mullaghmera
White, George, Loughmuck
White, James, Rylands
White, John, Crevenagh
White, John, jun., Crevenagh
Wilson, Daniel, Mullaghmore
Wilson, George, Garvagh
Wilson, John, jun., Lislea
Wilson, John, Camowen
Wilson, Robert, Camowen
Wilson, R. J., Mountjoy East
Wilson, Wm. James, Tattykeel
Young, James, Tattyreagh
Young, John, Ballinamullen
Young, John J., Blacksessiagh
Young, Thomas, Loughmuck
Young, Robert, Tattymulmonagh 
Young, R. Osborne, Blacksessiagh
Young, Thomas, Drumshanley
Young, Wm., Aghagallon


The town of Pettigo is situated part in County Donegal and part in County Fermanagh, within three miles of the celebrated pilgrimage of Lough Derg, and has a population of about 365.  The places of worship are the Church of Ireland, a Roman Catholic Chapel, Presbyterian Church, and Wesleyan Church.  It has a good market, held every Monday, and a good monthly fair on the 20th of each month.  The Great Northern Railway Company has a very compact and neat station adjoining the town.  There are also corn and saw mills, built with all modern improvements


Church of Ireland - Rev. R. C. Lapham, rector; sexton, Wm. Alexander
Presbyterian - Rev. A. Duff
Roman Catholic - Rev. L. O'Cairain, P.P.; Rev. M. McDermott, C.C.
Methodist - Rev. Edward Bennett, Rev. W. Evans, B.A.


Pettigo Girls - Miss L. Wilson, Miss M. E. Collins
Pettigo Boys - Phillip S. Hawkins and Miss N. Hawkins
School teachers near town - Mr. J. McKenna, Mrs. Wm. Strong, Letter; Miss Farrelly, Boa Island; Miss McKeown, Carntressy; Mrs. O'Halloran, Aghnahoo; Mrs. Colton, Aamlaght; Mrs. Shannon, Tullyvogie; Miss Wortley, Gortnessy; Miss Gallagher, Croaghbrack
Petty Sessions Court - Fourth Tuesday of every month.  Resident magistrate, R. Sparrow.  Magistrates - Hezlett Hamilton Aiken, J.P.; George McCrea, J.P.; Captain Barton, J.P., D.L.; F. W. Barton, J.P.; Thos. Flood, J.P.; D. J. Flood, J.P.; P. O'Neill, J.P.  Hamilton Robinson, clerk of petty sessions
Belfast Banking Company - H. E. Martin, manager; W. S. Lynas, cashier
Pettigo Creamery - F. W. Barton, J.P., president; W. W. Creighton, manager; Belfast Bank, treasurers
Civil Bill Officers - James Chittick and John Gallagher
Commissioner to Administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature in Ireland - Robert Read
Dispensary, Pettigo - J. W. Dickson
Registrar for Births, Deaths, Marriages - Dr. J. W. Dickson; deputy-registrar, Wm. W. Read
Post Office - Wm. W. Read, postmaster.  Postmen - Wm. Alexander, West Alexander, George Ogle, O. O'Donnell, Pat. Gallagher, T. Meehan, George Gibson, J. McCready, J. G. Gallagher
Pettigo Mills - Corn Mills and Saw Mills, W. & R. Shaw
Termon Creamery - T. Flood, J.P., president; Jas. Johnston, manager
R.I. Constabulary - Sergt. M. McAndrews and Constables P. Bennett, T. Cunliffe, W. Keogh, P. Barron
County Councillors - John McHugh, Pettigo; D. J. Flood, J.P., Pettigo
District Councillors - Clonelly, John Gilmore, F. W. Barton, J.P.; Pettigo, John S. Collins and John Humphries; Templecarne, D. J. Flood, J.P., and P. M. Gallagher; Glenvannon, John Boyd and S. Loane
Butcher - George Morrow
Drapers - H. H. Aiken, John S. Collins, Robert Read & Son, Michael Gallagher, Jas. Elliott, Thomas McBrien, John Humphries, D. J. Flood, John Flood, Mrs. A. Freeborn, Miss C. E. Aiken, Thos. Kennedy
Grocers, Flour Merchants, etc. - A. Brennan, B. McGrath, Elizabeth Elliott, John S. Collins, H. H. Aiken, Robert Read & Son, John McGrath, George McCrea, Wm. Cox, Thomas McBrien, John Humphries, M. Gallagher, D. J. Flood, James Elliott, Thomas Kennedy
Publicans - H. H. Aiken, Aiken's Hotel; Red Lion, D. J. Flood; Mrs. Waters, Mrs. McHugh, A. Brennan, Thomas Lyttle, Jas. Griffin
Sewed Muslin Agents - Miss Elliott, Jos. Wilson, John Gilmore, Miss Muldoon
Tailors - Jas. Doherty, J. McGrane
Leather Merchants - Thos. McBrien, George McCrea, James Elliott, M. Gallagher
Stationmaster - E. Sreenan; signalmen, W. Crawford, P. McCrea; porter, H. Fletcher



Aiken, H. H., general merchant
Aiken, T. A.
Bannon, Mrs.
Crozier, Mrs.
Duncan, Miss
Elliott, James, general merchant and agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Flood, D. J., publican
Flood, John, draper
Gallagher, M., draper
Hawkins, S. P., school teacher
Humphries, J., draper and grocer
Lyttle, Thomas, publican
Morrow, H., farmer
Morrow, Geo., butcher
McAndrews, M., sergeant R.I.C.
McBrien, Thomas W., merchant
McCrea, George, J.P.
Read, F., druggist
Read, Wm. W., draper and grocer
Robinson, Mrs.
Skelton, B. M., J.P.
Virtue, Wm., farmer
Waters, J., publican
Wilson, Jos., ex-R.I.C.
Wilson, Miss, N.S.T.
Wilson, Mrs. Isa


Bartley, Charles, labourer
Collins, J. S., draper
Cox, William, butcher
Crichton, George
Dickson, Dr. J. W.
Doherty, James, tailor
Dudgeon, Simon
Eakin, Mrs.
Elliott, Miss E.
Farry, M., permanent way inspector
Flannigan, Mrs. R.
Freeborn, A., carpenter
Freeborn, George, carpenter
Gallagher, O., saddler
Galligan, Mrs.
Gibson, William, labourer
Gilshin, Miss M.
Gorman, Miss K.
Graham, R., labourer
Graham, William J.
Griffin, James, publican
Humphries, Mrs.
Johnston, Wm., blacksmith
Kennedy, Thomas, draper and grocer
Keown, J., plate layer
Lawn, P., labourer
Love, Wm., plate layer
Mills, Mrs.
Monaghan, Hugh
Muldoon, M.
McCafferty, Joseph, labourer
McCaffery, M., labourer
McDermott, Rev. M., C.C.
McElrone, C., car driver
McGrath, Dan., grocer
McHugh, John, labourer
O'Ciarain, Rev. L., P.P.
Reid, Scott, labourer
Shaw, William, carpenter
Taggart, Miss


Deery, Mrs., refreshment rooms
Hugh, John, chairman Fermanagh County Council
Jerviss, George
Keys, William, plate layer
Latourney, Mrs.
McGrath, John, grocer
McHugh, A. J., publican
Pettigo Co-operative Dairy Society - W. W. Creighton, manager
Read, Robert
Robinson, H. J., clerk of petty sessions
Robinson, John
Sreenan, E., stationmaster


Barron, P., constable R.I.C.
Bennett, Rev. E., Methodist minister
Burton, J., blacksmith
Brennan, A., posting establishment
Dowd, T., labourer
Dudgeon, Mrs.
Duff, Rev. A., Presbyterian minister
Gilmore, J., embroidery agent
Haughey, E.
Keown, F., labourer
Martin, H. E., bank manager
Rankin, William, shoe maker


Elliott, G. W., cycle depot
Gibson, George
Graham, C., plate layer
Read, R., insurance agent
Seaney, T., labourer
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, George McCrea, J.P.


Aiken, Thomas Alexander, Pettigo
Allingham, George, Mullinagoad
Anderson, Edwin, Gorticar
Anderson, John, J.P., Gorticar
Bell, Wm., Gortnessy
Bratton, G., Tullycarne
Bratton, R., Tullycarne
Britton, James, Carrickcrory
Coulter, John, Tullycarne
Crawford, Ben., Cullion
Crawford, Robert, Cullion
Devitt, J., Brookhill
Duffy, Hiram, Banagh
Dundas, C. J., Aughavore
Elliott, Wm., Kimmid
Ellis, H., Aughalough
Falls, James, Lowry
Fitzpatrick, Acheson, Aghahanagh
Flood, Thos., J.P., Tievemore
Funston, John, Fincashel
Funston, Robert, Fincashel
Funston, William, Carnatiessy
Fyffe, Alex., Bigwood
Gallagher, J., Carntressy
Hall, Thomas, Tullyhommon
Henderson, Caldwell, Drumawark
Henderson, Robert, Cloverhill
Irvine, Mrs., Letter
Johnston, C., Lowry
Kennedy, George, Drumawark
Knox, Mrs., Drumawark
Lowry, John, Aghnahoo
Lyttle, Wm., Aghnahoo
Martin, Miss, Kimmid
Martin, Mrs., Tullycarne
Mills, James, Drumnascur
Moore, Adams, Carne
Moore, Wm., Gortnessy
McCrea, George, J.P., Aghalane
McHugh, John, Middlebrook
McKee, Robert, Killynoogan
McMahon, Philip, Carrickcoughtra
Ogle, Geo., Kilmore
O'Neill, Patk., J.P., Derrylougher
Porter, Robert, Kimmid
Quinn, John, Roscreenagh
Quinn, Samuel, Bigwood
Quinn, Thomas, Stoneforth
Read, James, Drumnascue
Read, Wm. J., Sessiaghkeelta
Reade, John, Kimmid
Rowe, Samuel, Rossharbor
Spence, James, Banagh
Spence, Mrs. R., Clonelly
Swanston, Robt., Pruckless
Wilson Brothers, Lowry


Is a small but picturesque village situated on the banks of the Glenelly River, in the townlands of Glencoppagh and Lisnacreight, district electoral division of Plumbridge, parish of Upper Cadoney, barony of Upper Strabane, and parliamentary division of North Tyrone.  There is a Co-operative Creamery in the village, equipped with the latest machinery, and another at Eden, about one mile from the village.  The market day is Thursday, and a cattle fair is held on the 16th day of each month (if the 16th falls on Sunday the fair is held on Monday).  Population 135

Post Office, Money Order Office, Telegraph Office, and Savings Bank - Mrs. E. O'Neill, postmistress
Royal Irish Constabulary - Sergeant J. McBride
Dispensary Medical Officer - Dr. Evans
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. Evans; deputy registrar, Mrs. Dunn


Upper Baldoney Parish Church - Rev. J. Sheldon
Glenelly Presbyterian Church - Rev. John Steen, B.A., minister
Upper Badoney R.C. Church - Rev. Joseph McGroarty, P.P.
Cranagh R.C. Church - Rev. F. Lagan


School Attendance Committee - Rev. J. Sheldon, chairman; Rev. J. McGroarty, P.P., vice-chairman; Rev. J. McFadden, P.P.; Rev. J. McGlinchy, P.P.; Messrs. S. Dunn, Charles McCullagh, and John McCullough, S. Dunn, secretary; Bernard McGovern, attendance officer, Belix
Plumbridge N.S. (Male) - Charles McBride, teacher.  Female, Mrs. Clark, teacher
Legclogfin N.S. - James Conway, teacher
Belix N.S. - Miss Devine, teacher
Glenrone N.S. - Miss Fitzgerald, teacher
Eden N.S. - Mary McCormack, teacher
Barness N.S. (Male) - Henry McAnenna, teacher; Barness (Female), Miss McAnenna, teacher
Letterbratt - Miss McIlwaine, teacher
Castledamph N.S. - Miss Dunn, teacher


Anderson, John, farmer, Letterbratt

Ballantine, Andrew, farmer, Landahussy
Bradey, M., farmer
Bradley, James, farmer, Landahussy
Brown, James, tailor
Byers, Charles, & Co., Star Factory

Campbell, Andrew, farmer, Eden Mills
Campbell, Andrew, jun., farmer
Campbell, J., farmer, Leardin
Campbell, L., draper and milliner
Campbell, Mrs.
Capley, Constable, R.I.C.
Cardin, Constable, R.I.C.
Clarke, Mrs., N.S. teacher
Conway, J., N.S. teacher
Coyle, James, R.D.C., Aughtmanne

Devine, James, farmer, Doorat
Devine, J., grocer and farmer
Devlin, F., carpenter
Devlin, James, farmer, Corrick
Devlin, W. J., R.D.C.
Doherty, P., cycle repairer
Duffy, Andrew, farmer, Legnaguppogh
Duncan, Alex., farmer, Eden
Duncan, A. R., grocer and farmer, Eden
Duncan, James, Aughalane
Duncan, Joseph, grocer and farmer, Aughalane
Dunn, A., farmer, Lisnacraig
Dunn, James, R.D.C., farmer, Letterbratt
Dunn, J., labourer
Dunn, Samuel, cattle dealer
Dunn, Samuel, R.D.C., grocer, draper and newsagent

Fay, Thomas, creamery manager
Fullerton, Charles, farmer, Glengaw
Furry, J., letter carrier

Gallagher, E., baker
Glenn, Joseph, farmer, Aughalane
Gormley, John, farmer
Gormley, J., grocer, seed, and provision merchant; cycle agent
Gormley, Neal, R.D.C., Glenroan
Gormley, Patrick, farmer
Grogan, Constable, R.I.C.

Hamilton, R., saddler
Hannigan, Constable, R.I.C.
Harvey, Bernard, farmer, Lisnacreight
Harvey, F., carrier
Houston, James, auctioneer, valuator
Houston, M., shirt agent
Houston, W., farmer

Kirk, J., publican

Luney, J., engine driver, Eden Creamery

Moorehead, James, cattle dealer
Moorehead, John, farmer, Derbrough

McAleer, Charles, R.D.C., Belix
McAleer, Daniel, farmer, Leardin
McAleer, J., farmer
McAleer, W., mason
McAnenna, B., publican
McBride, B., publican
McBride, Charles, N.S. teacher
McBride, James
McBride, J., bill poster
McCann, B., draper and milliner
McCann, M., dress maker
McCleary, William, farmer, The Hill
McCluskey, James, J.P., R.D.C., Cranagh
McCluskey, J., tailor
McCullagh, Charles, farmer, Landahussy
McCullagh, Edward, grocer, Barness
McCullagh, Edward, J.P.
McCullagh, F., farmer, Barness
McCullagh, James, carpenter
McCullagh, John, farmer, Belix
McCullagh, John, builder and contractor
McCullagh, John, publican
McCullagh, J., C.B.O., Glenrone
McCullagh, M., farmer, Doorat
McCullagh, Patrick, grocer and newsagent
McCullagh, M., publican
McCullagh, Patrick, photographer
McCullagh, P., grocer and hotel
McCullagh, P., R.D.C., Aughtmanne
McFarland, Mrs., Derbrough
McFarland, Charles, farmer, Corrick
McFarland, E., shirt agent
McFarland, John, farmer, Fairygrove
McFarland, John, farmer, Letterbratt
McFarland, Joseph, farmer, Drumnaspar
McFarland, Miss, dress maker
McFarland, William, rate collector
McFarland, Wm., jun., rate collector
McFarland, W., farmer, Glencoppagha
McGinley, Patrick, farmer, Eden
McGroarty, Rev. J., P.P.
McGurk, Francis, grocer
McGurk, J., grocer
McGurk, posting establishment
McKenna, J., cycle repairer
McKernan, Daniel, publican
McKernan, J., letter carrier
McKimmon, J., cattle dealer
McKimmon, Samuel, farmer, Glencoppagha
McNally, Andrew, farmer
McNally, J. C., carpenter and builder
McNally, Patrick, carpenter

Noble, J., farmer, Leardin
Noble, W., farmer, Leardin

Orr, James, publican
Orr, James, posting establishment
Orr, John, grocer and publican
Orr, William, publican and posting establishment
O'Neill, E., ex-sergeant R.I.C.
O'Neill, Mrs. E., postmistress

Sheldon, Rev. J.
Smith, William, blacksmith
Smith, J. R., spirit grocer, ironmonger
Smith, R., The Laurels
Steen, Rev. John, B.A.

Toner, F., farmer, Barness
Toner, J., carpenter

Ward, Arthur, C.B.O.
Ward, B., engine driver, Creamery
Ward, J., farmer
Ward, Mrs., dispensary midwife
Ward, M., mason
Ward, W., mason
Watson, Charles, blacksmith

York, Albert, manager Eden Creamery
Young, James, farmer, Glengaw


Pomeroy is a small town in the County Tyrone on the Great Northern Railway, eight miles N.W. from Dungannon and seventeen S.E. from Omagh.  There is a market held every Tuesday for the sale of oats, potatoes, butter, eggs, and fowl; and since January, 1904, through the exertions of Colonel Lowry, D.L., Pomeroy House, a successful pork market has been in progress.  A grass-seed market is also held every Friday during the season.  There is a fair on the second Tuesday of each month for the sale of horses, cattle, sheep, and pigs.  Population, 456

Post Office, Telegraph Office, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank - W. A. Kelly, postmaster; Mrs. Kelly, assistant; John McGoune, telegraph messenger
Magistrates who preside at Petty Sessions - Robert T. G. Lowry, J.P.; Peter Shields, J.P.; Capt. Gosselin, R.M.; Patrick Traynor, J.P.; John Doris, J.P.; Capt. Lowry, J.P.; J. S. Hughes, J.P.; J. F. Grimes, J.P.; Edward Falls, Arthur Toner.  Clerk, J. Ellison, C.P.S.


Pomeroy Parish Church - Rev. ? Dickson, minister
Altedesart - Rev. A. B. Jackson, M.A.
Pomeroy Presbyterian Church - Rev. F. Moore, B.A.
Roman Catholic Chapel - Pomeroy and Altmore, Rev. O'Callaghan, P.P.; Rev. ? McDermott


No. 1 National School - Boys, James Kelly, teacher.  Girls' School, Mrs. Devlin, principal; Miss Keogh, assistant
No. 2 National School - Henry Sinnamon, teacher; Mrs. Sinnamon, assistant
Dispensary - Dr. Mann, registrar for births, marriages, and deaths; J. F. Grimes, J.P., assistant registrar
Stationmaster, G.N.R. - J. McConnell
Lowry Estate Office - Col. Alexander, agent; J. Ellison, clerk; Jas. Ramsey, bailiff
R.I.C. Barracks - F. Gilmartin, sergeant
Ulster Bank Limited (Branch) - S. R. Magill, manager
The Pomeroy Co-operative Agricultural and Dairy Society Limited, Pomeroy, County Tyrone; J. Grant, manager


Begley, Peter, mason
Bigley, Miss Minnie, dress maker and fancy warehouse
Brimage, Mrs.

Calvin, Constable, R.I.C.
Cobane, Charles, G.N.R.
Cobane, William, coffee-house manager
Conway, Mrs.
Corr, Francis, tailor
Corr, Hugh, grocer
Corr, John, grocer
Corrigan, James, carpenter
Corry, Mrs. J.

Daly, Mrs.
Devlin, Dan., restaurant and cattle dealer
Devlin, James, farmer and cattle dealer, Mabuoy
Devlin, P., grocer and auctioneer
Devlin, Thomas, school teacher
Donnelly, John, dealer
Donnelly, John, butcher

Ellison, John, lessee of market
Ellison, J. William, sexton
Ellison, William J., C.B.O.

Farley, Constable, R.I.C.
Ford, Robert, blacksmith and grocer
Foster, James, grocer, Limehill
Fox, Patrick, grocer

Grimes, Mrs., chemist and grocer
Groogan, Margaret

Hamilton, Mrs. S., grocer
Hamilton, Silas, agent for Bloomfield Bakery Ltd.
Henry, Mrs., farmer
Herron, James, cattle dealer
Houston, ?, R.I.C.
Hughes, James, milesman
Hughes, Joseph S., J.P., grocer and farmer; agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"

Johns, Constable, R.I.C.
Johnston, Matthew, tailor and outfitter
Johnston, Robert, mason

Kane, Charles, carpenter
Kane, Patrick, shoe maker
Kelly, Mrs., grocer
Kelly, Peter, publican
Kerr, Edward, nailer
Kerr, John, signalman G.N.R.

Lavery, S. A., letter carrier
Lavery, Thomas, letter carrier
Lowry, Lieut.-Colonel R. T. G.

Martin, D. G., letter carrier
Martin, W. J., letter carrier

McAleer Bros., coal and timber merchants and undertakers
McAleer, Massie, Commercial Hotel
McAleer, Miss Annie, farmer
McBride, N., grocer
McCann, Patrick
McCaughey, B., carpenter
McCourt, John, grocer
McCresh, Arthur, blacksmith
McCullagh, James, shoe maker
McCullaugh, T. J., boot maker
McGaughan, B., grocer and spirit dealer
McGaughan, Mrs., dress maker

McGorry, John, draper, grocer, publican
McGuone, Annie, publican
McGuone, James, grocer, draper
McGuone, John, letter carrier
McGuone, M., publican and grocer
McGurk, John F., draper and grocer
McKernan, Mary, milliner
McKernan, Michael
McNally, Patrick, grocer

O'Hagan, Miss, dairymaid
O'Neill, Con., bread server
O'Neill, Maria, Belmore Arms Hotel, car owner and farmer
O'Neill, Mrs. A., farmer

Quin, James, blacksmith
Quin, Michael, saddler
Quinn, Francis, publican, grocer and farmer

Rafferty, Arthur, bread server, agent for Inglis & Co. Ltd.
Rafferty, Patrick, butcher and cattle dealer
Rafferty, Peter, night signalman
Ramsey, James, grocer
Rainey, Alexander, grocer and farmer
Reid, Mrs. J., publican and grocer

Sampson, William, draper

Trainor, Patrick, J.P., grocer and farmer
Trainor, Wm., pork buyer

Wallace, Wm. J., sexton
Wright, James, gamekeeper, Camlough Lodge

Young, William, farmer and carter


Adams, James, Limehill
Adams, Robert, Limehill
Adams, William, Limehill
Anderson, John, Killay
Anderson, Joseph, blacksmith, Killay
Anderson, Joseph, Altmore
Black, James, Killay
Boyd, Robert William, Turnabason
Brown, Wm., mill owner, Edenvale
Brimage, Hugh, Killay
Brimage, Isaac, Killay
Brimage, Richard, Killay
Crothers, Mrs., Gortindarragh
Dickson, Mrs., slate quarry
Dobson, Robert, Munderado
Donaldson, Wm., Coranainey
Donnelly, John, Turnabason
Ellison, James, Gortnagarn
Fox, Peter, Gortnagarn
Gillgrist, John, Turnabason
Gillgrist, Robert, Turnabason
Grimes, Arthur, Gortnagarn
Hagan, Arthur, Turnabason
Hagan, Bernard, Turnabason
Hagan, Hugh, Turnabason
Hart, B., farmer and cattle dealer
Hart, Patk., farmer and cattle dealer, Gortnagarn
Hayes, Joseph, Tanderagee
Hayes, Robert, Tanderagee
Hayes, Thomas, Tanderagee
Holland, William, Limehill
Hopper, Andrew, Memore
Hughes, Daniel, Tanderagee
Hughes, James, cattle dealer, Lurgenadon
Hughes, James, Lurgenadon
Hughes, James, mason, Lurgenadon
Hughes, Robert, Aughafad
Johnston, Matthew, Aughafad
Jones, James, Aughafad
Kelso, Robert, Moree House
Killpatrick, John, Memore
Martin, John, Limehill
Moore, John, blacksmith, Gortavoy
Moore, Robert (Bawn), Killay
McAdoo, Kennedy J., Aughafad
McAnally, Mrs., Gortnagarn
McFarland, James, Lurgenadon
McGee, James, Cavanaca
McGough, Peter, Cavanakeeran
McKeown, Archibald, farmer and butcher, Cornainey
McMahon, Bernard, Altmore
McNally, Francis, dealer, Craigview Cottage
McIvor, James, Gortavoy
O'Neill, John, blacksmith, Tanderagee
Quin, James, Gortnagarn
Quin, Patrick, miller, Killay
Quin, Patrick, Aughafad
Quinn, Francis, publican, grocer, and farmer
Rafferty, Peter, Gortnagarn
Ramsey, James, Cavanakeeran
Raverty, Wm., Gortnagarn
Reid, Richard, Killay
Reid, Wm., Lurganeden
Reid, Wm., jun., farmer, Lurganeden
Richardson, Thos., Gortavoy
Richardson, Thos., Kerrib
Riordan, Robt., school master, Kerrib
Robinson, Samuel, Cloughban
Shields, Mrs. Patrick, Altmore Lodge
Somerville, Samuel, Altmore
Sinnamon, Benjamin, Killay
Sinnamon, Hamilton, Lurgenadon
Sinnamon, James, Gortnagarn
Sinnamon, Robert, Lurgenadon
Slane, F., inspector G.N.R.
Smyth, James
Smyth, Mrs., Gortindarragh
Smyth, William, Cavanakeeran
Trimble, Robert (Bawn), Killay
Willis, Joshua, Altmore


Is a prosperous market town in the County Armagh, twenty-five miles from Belfast, situated on the banks of the Bann.  It is an important railway junction.  The lines of the Great Northern Railway branch off from it to Dublin, Derry, and Armagh, and it is in direct railway communication with Belfast.  The Newry Canal, which joins the Bann about a mile from the town, opens a water communication from Carlingford Lough, and the river itself being navigable all the way to Lough Neagh, affords a ready means for lighters and barges from Belfast and the towns adjoining the Lough.  The ancient name of the town was Port-ne-Doon, or the Port of the Fortified Eminence.  It has increased rapidly within the last half century, the population in 1816 being only 600, while at the census of 1911 it was 11,727, an increase of 1,635, or 16.2 per cent., over previous census.  The manufacture of linen and cambric is extensively carried on.  There are nine large weaving factories and a spinning mill, and several hemstitching factories. Acting jointly with Banbridge, a water supply was brought from the Mourne Mountains in 1906 at a cost to the towns of about 80,000.  A public park, twenty-three acres in extent, has been tastefully laid out in walks, and planted with evergreens and trees of various kinds, surrounded by ornamental railings, and approached by handsome entrances.  The park was taken over by the Town Commissioners on the 1st November 1894.  In 1872 a public library and reading room were established, and were continued until the opening of the Free Library in 1905, when the books, to the number of over 2,000 volumes, were handed over to the committee of the Free Public Library.  The latter was erected in 1904, a grant being made for the purpose by Mr. Carnegie.  The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday

Post Office, Bridge Street - Postmaster, P. Cleggat
Branch Post Office, Church Street - Postmistress, Mrs. Quinn


Banks - Belfast Bank Ltd., T. D. Turpin, manager; Ulster Bank Ltd., J. H. Chambers, manager; Bank of Ireland, J. J. Kimmit, agent; J. Atkinson, sub-agent
Technical School, Armagh Road - Principal, J. W. Jamison
Dispensary - James L. Rowlett, M.D., medical officer
Masonic Hall, Thomas Street - Edwd. Trimble, caretaker
Orange Hall, Carleton Street - John Roe, caretaker
Temperance Hall, West Street - Jas. McIldoon, caretaker
Seagoe Parochial Hall, Edenderry
Catholic Y.M. Institute, Thomas Street - John McCaffrey, caretaker
Petty Sessions - Joseph Nevin, clerk
Portadown Loan Company - Alex. McLearn, manager
Gas Light Company, Edenderry - J. C. Fullerton, J.P., sec.; W. M. Pettigrew, manager
Free Library - Thos. Gardiner, librarian
Town Clerk - M. A. W. McClatchey
Town Surveyor - James Blakley
Urban District Councillors - J. C. Fulton, J.P., chairman; C. Johnston, J.P.; D. F. Bell, J.P.; W. J. Johnston, Robt. Anderson, G. A. Locke, Robt. Wright, A. G. Sloan, D. Rock, James Grew, J.P.; R. Chapman, Wm. Gough, John Palmer, R. J. Thornton, Geo. Gregory
Volunteer Fire Brigade - Superintendent and chief officer, F. W. Crookes; deputy superintendent and second officer, Major D. G. Shillington, R.I.F.  Fire engine kept in William Street.  Custodian, Edward Forde
Constabulary Barracks - No. 1, Edward Street; No. 2, Obin Street; No. 3, Edenderry; No. 4 Edganstown - James Wilbond, D.I.


Church of Ireland, Portadown Parish Church, St. Mark's - Rev. Canon F. M. Moeran, M.A., rector; Rev. Geo. Bloomer, B.A., and Rev. T. H. Hardy, M.A., curates.  Seagoe - Rev. James E. Archer, B.D., rector; Rev. T. H. Scanlan, curate.  Drumcree - Rev. F. J. Halahan, M.A., rector; Rev. W. Rennison, B.A., curate
Presbyterian Church (First) - Rev. J. Heney, B.A., B.D.  Armagh Road - Rev. H. W. Perry, B.A.
Wesleyan Methodist Church - Rev. J. W. Parkhill, supt.; Rev. E. Whittaker, Rev. J. Good
Roman Catholic Chapel, Drumcree and Portadown - Very Rev. Canon Grimes, P.P.; Rev. Felix Kerr, C.C., Rev. T. McDonald, C.C.  Seagoe and Edenderry - Rev. Edw. McCartan, P.P.; Rev. P. Poland, C.C.; Rev. Peter Fagan, C.C.; Rev. P. McGarvey, C.C.
Salvation Army Hall, Edward Street - Ensign Allen


Imperial Hotel Ltd., High Street; Queen's (James Grew), High Street


Abraham, J. T., B.A., N.T., Edward Street
Achesons, Ltd., linen manufacturers, Bann View Factory
Adair, Alex., painter & decorator, Woodhouse Street
Adair, Robert, carpenter, Bridge Street
Alexandra Bakery, Obin Street
Allen, Thos., pawn broker, West Street
Allen, Mrs. E., book seller and stationer, fancy goods warehouse; agent for the "Belfast News-Letter," "Belfast Weekly News" and "Portadown News", Market Street
Allen, Woolsey, cycle depot, West Street
Anchor Cafe, Bridge Street
Anderson, Edward, grocer, Church Street
Anderson, Frank, factory manager, Thomas Street
Anderson, Miss, dress maker, Lavinia Cottage, Clounagh
Anderson & Co., drapers and undertakers, High Street
Annesley, George, pork curer, High Street
Annesley, Thomas, grocer, West Street
Armstrong, Geo. A., State Insurance Inspector
Armstrong, Franklin, Eden Hall
Atkinson, Edwd. D., & Sons, solicitors, William Street and Tandragee
Atkinson, E. J., hardware merchant, West Street
Atkinson, G. M., Carrickblacker Avenue
Atkinson, Joseph, grocer and linen manufacturer, Corcrain
Atkinson, Mrs., Summerisland, Loughgall
Atkinson, Wolsey R., Eden Villa

Bailie, The Misses, Railway View
Barry, Mrs., publican, Mandeville Street
Bebe, C., & Sons, grocers, Laurelvale
Bell, Alan, R.M., Ashton
Bell, D. F., J.P., commercial traveller, Millicent Terrace
Bell, G., factory manager, Clounagh
Benson, J., saddler, Woodhouse Street
Berry, Mark, postal official, Edward Street
Best, Thos., confectioner, Bridge Street
Binks & Co., second-hand dealers, Castle Street
Blacker, Lieut.-Colonel, Carrickblacker
Blacker's Mill Ltd., Ballynaghy, linen manufacturers
Boyd, James, F.S.A.A., accountant, Edward Street; and at Raleigh House, Queen Street, Belfast
Boyle, James, shipping agent, William Street
Brandon, H. B., & Co., chartered accountants, Church Street
Brankin, Thos., publican, Obin Street
Brew, Major J. G., Carrickblacker Road
Bright, J. Sidney, B.A., solicitor, Church Street
Bright's Patent Pulley Co. Ltd., Foundry Street
Bristow, H. L., M.B., Church Street
Britannic Insurance Co., Thomas Street
Brown, J. J., manufacturer, Corcrain
Brown, G. I., principal Duke's Schools, and secretary Portadown Agricultural Show, Carleton Street
Brownlee, J. A., Bluestone N.S.
Brownlee, Thos., house painter, Garvaghy
Bryson, James, Thomas Street
Birney, W. N., boot factor, High Street
Burnett, A. J., draper, High Street
Byrne, Miss, Avon Ban

Cafe Royal, Church Street
Calvert, Hy., produce merchant, Fairview Terrace
Calvert, Wm. L., Glenbank
Calvert, W. J., Breagh
Calvin, John, corn miller, Castle Street
Campbell, A., solicitor, Edward Street
Campbell, D. J., victualler, Church Street
Campbell, James, press correspondent, Albert Terrace
Canavan, J. & J., Ltd., Druggists, High Street
Caraher, Eugene, principal, Corcrain N.S.
Carleton, Atkinson, & Sloan, solicitors, Church Street
Carrick, Mrs., jeweller, West Street
Carson, T. M., confectioner, High Street
Castleisland Linen Co. Ltd.
Chapman, Daniel, druggist and grocer, Market Street
Chapman, Robert, auctioneer, Edward Street
Chapman's Limited, Preserve Manufacturers, Castle Street
Clayton, W., saddler, Market Street
Clow, Jas., & Co., Millers and Grain Merchants, Castle Street
Clow, W. M., J.P., Feddal House
Clow, W. T., Edenderry
Coal Supply Co., Mary Street and Bridge Street
Cole, Mrs., refreshment rooms, Woodhouse Street
Collen Bros. Ltd., builders, Hanover Street and Castle Street
Collen, Fred, Ardevin
Collen, John, J.P., D.L., Killicomain House
Conn Brothers, grocers, West Street
Conn, S., hair dresser, Market Street
Cooke, J., boot and shoe merchant, Thomas Street
Cooney, Mrs., clothier, West Street
Co-operative Society Limited, grocers and drapers, Mandeville Street
Co. Armagh Cider Co., Portmore Street
Corbett, R., & Son, Drapers, Market Street
Corbitt, H. H., & Co., hay factors, Obin Street
Cordner, Thos., steam boot factory, High Street
Cosgrove, Hugh, produce exporter, William Street
Courtney, Clement, grocer, High Street
Courtney, R. & Co., Grocers, Provision Merchants, Stationers, Confectioners, etc. Agents for the "Belfast News-Letter". "Belfast Weekly News", West Street
Coulter, John, cabinet maker Bridge Street
Cowdy, W. Laird, B.A., Edenderry
Cowdy, Wm., & Son, handkerchief manufacturers, Thomas Street and Edward Street
Craig, Miss, Stationery, Fancy Glass and China Warehouse; Agent for "Belfast News-Letter," "Belfast Weekly News", West End House
Crookes, F. W., house, land and insurance agent, commissioner for oaths, Thomas Street
Crown Cafe, Market Street
Crummie, Arthur, publican, Thomas Street
Crummie, Jas., farmer, Artabracka
Cullen, Robert, J.P., builder, Armagh Road
Curran, Jas., green grocer, Church Street

Davison Bros., grocers and bakers, Obin Street
Davison, Isaac, druggist, High Street
Dawson, Miss, fruiterer, High Street
Dawson, Thomas, J.P., Corcrain House
Dempsey, Rev. C., Mullavilley
Dillon, James, grocer, Bridge Street
Dobbin, Robt., cabinet maker & upholsterer, Thomas Street
Doogan, Mrs., publican, Woodhouse Street
Dougan, George, M.D., J.P., Millicent Terrace
Dougan, Geo., jun., M.D., Millicent Terrace
Downing, William, Atkinson's Avenue
Downey, R., draper, Market Street

Eakin, A. J., boot merchant, High Street
Edgar, James, hardware merchant, Market Street
Elliott & Stevenson, drapers, Market Street
Ellis, Isaac, publican, Edenderry
Espie, J. G., B.A., Armagh Road N.S.

Farrell, Andrew, commercial traveller, Killycomain
Fell Brick Works, Clounagh
Ferris, Joseph, saddler, Church Street
Finn, Moses, grocer, West Street
Flanagan, J., publican, High Street and West Street
Freeman, G., assistant supt. Prudential Assurance Co., Thomas Street
Frizell, Henry, Belfast Steamship Co., agent, Portmore Street
Fry, Henry, inspector N.S.P.C.C., Carleton Street
Fullerton, F. J., provision curer, West Street
Fulton, J. C, J.P., Church Street
Fulton, W. G., Church Street

Gardiner, Thos., rate collector, Armagh
Gibson, Angus, cycle repairer and mechanic, Thomas Street
Gibson, John, & Co., grocers, Market Street
Gibson, Miss, dress maker, William Street
Gibson, S., grocer, Bridge Street
Gibson, T. D., D.L., Edenderry
Gilbey, W. & A., Ltd., wine merchants, Market Street
Gillespie, John, stationmaster
Gilpin, John, coach builder, Bridge Street
Gilpin, Mrs., children's underclothing, Bridge Street
Gilmore, John, farmer, Carrickblacker
Girling, G. P., solicitor and organist of Thomas Street Methodist Hannavale House
Gough, William, auctioneer, house, land, shipping and insurance agent, Woodhouse Street
Gray, David, jeweller and cycle agent, West Street
Greaves, O. V., Tavanagh House
Greaves, J. T., Seagoe
Green, W. J., & Co., agents, packers, and flour importers, Foundry Street; residence, Bridge Street
Green, Stuart, Edgarstown N.S.
Greer, James, jeweller, High Street
Greer, Wm., confectioner, High Street
Gregory, Geo., Atkinson Avenue
Grew, James, J.P., Burnbrae
Grew, James, J.P., grocer and proprietor of the Queen's Hotel
Grew, J., & Co., Grain Merchants, Mary Street
Grimason, R. J., grocer, Thomas Street

Hadden, Robt. E., M.D., Stewart's Avenue
Hadden, W. E., M.D., Magharee
Haire, John, newsagent and stationer, Bridge Street
Hall Bros., saleroom, Thomas Street
Hall, S. B. D., manager Imperial Hotel
Hall, William, dining rooms, Woodhouse Street
Hamill, T., green grocer, Bridge Street
Hamilton, Miss, confectioner, Church Street
Hamilton & Rock, tailors & outfitters, Church Street
Hamilton & Co., drapers, West Street
Harbinson, T. K., J.P., Cornascribe
Harford Manufacturing Co., Harford Street - Jas. Burnett, manager
Harper, J., oil factor, Mary Street
Harris, B., & Co., drapers, house furnishers, Mandeville Street
Harris, H. J., solicitor, Church Street
Hazelton, Mrs. C., pawnbroker, Woodhouse Street
Hegan, Hugh, J.P., Ballyworkan
Hegan & Co., hardware, leather and cycle merchants, Mandeville Street
Henderson, M., grocer, Edenderry
Herbert, A., draper and house furnisher, Woodhouse Street
Hewitt, J. W., Albert Terrace
Hewitt, R., motor garage, Church Street
Hewitt, R. J., factory manager
Hewitt, W. G., & Co., grocers, Castle Street
Hewitt, W. G., Druminally House
Hollywood, Joseph, shoe maker, Thomas Street
Hosey, J., & Co., drapers, Market Street
Hoy, Thomas, butcher, Bridge Street
Hughes, Wm., car proprietor, Mandeville Street
Hunter, Wm., pawn broker, Bridge Street
Hyde, Mrs., grocer, West Street
Hyde, Mrs., draper, West Street
Hyde, Robert, V.S., (veterinary surgeon), Alma Terrace

Imperial Hotel Ltd., High Street
Imperial Revenue and Excise Office, Post Office Buildings, Bridge Street
Inglis & Co.'s local depot, Bridge Street - S. Carr, manager
Irwin, W. D., grocer, Woodhouse Street

Jeffers, Mrs. John, Newsagent, Stationer and Tobacconist. Agent for "Belfast News-Letter," "Portadown News" and "Belfast Weekly News," 9 Market Street
Jenkinson, W. J., boot merchant, West Street
Jennings, J., dentist, Market Street
Jennings, Rowan, provision dealer, West Street
Johnston, Charles, J.P., Beechcote
Johnston, Geo., grocer, Market Street
Johnston, Miss, milliner, High Street
Johnston, T. J., hair dresser, Thomas Street
Johnston, W. J., publican, High Street

Kelly, H. C. I., M.R.C.V.S., William Street
Kelly, James, publican, High Street
Kerr, Thomas, plumber, Thomas Street
Kyle, J., grocer, Bridge Street

Lamb, C., jam manufacturer, Fruitfield
Lamb, John, painter, Bridge Street
Lamb, Matthew, carpenter, Bridge Street
Lamb, Misses, dress makers, Bridge Street
Lamb, R. H., merchant, Wheatfield
Latimer, Hugh, grocer, Bridge Street
Laundry Company, Meadow Lane
Liddell, G. T., surgeon dentist, Church Place
Little, Robert, grocer, West Street
Little, W. J., Montague Street
Livingston Bros., grocers, furniture and china merchants, Bridge Street
Livingstone, David, emigration agent, Bridge Street
Livingstone, M. D., jeweller, West Street
Locke, George A., & Son, auctioneers and shipping agents, Woodhouse Street
Logan, Henry, & Son, rope and twine manufacturers, Edgarstown
Logan, Joseph, Clounagh
Lutton, John, farmer, Edenderry
Lutton, Richard, builder, Carleton Street
Lutton, Samuel, factory manager
Lynass, J., gardener, Moyallon
Lyske, E., cabinet maker, Bridge Street
Lyske, James, confectioner, Bridge Street

Maconachie, Miss, baby linen warehouse, Bridge Street
Maconachie, Wm., organist, First Presbyterian Church, Killycomain
Magee, Jas. H., hair dresser, Bridge Street
Magee Bros., painters, Burnbrae Avenue and West Street
Maguire, J. J., grocer, Woodhouse Street
Malaco's Ice Cream Saloon, West Street
Marley, Miss, Bridge Street
Marshall, Miss, M.A., T.C.D., Ladies' Preparatory School, Carleton Street
Mason, Robert, grocer, High Street
Matthews, Mrs., grocer, West Street
Mayfair Dairy Co., High Street
Meehan, P. J., local representative, Belfast Mineral Water Co., Thomas Street
Menary Bros., drapers, etc., Market Street
Moffett & Co., Photographers, Bridge Street
Moneypenny, Mrs., grocer, Bridge Street
Montgomery, John, undertaker, West Street
Montgomery, J., motor garage, Market Street
Montgomery, T. J., &. Son, grocers, High Street
Morrison, A. H., bank cashier, Portmore Street
Morrison, Rev. R. S., The Dobbin
Mortimer, Jos., relieving officer, West Street
Mulholland, John, refreshment rooms, West Street
Mullen, John, boot warehouse, Thomas Street
Mullen, W. A., factory manager, Edenderry
Murphy, J., newsagent and confectioner, High Street

McAleer, J., V.S., (veterinary surgeon), Church Street
McAlinden, P., car proprietor, Woodhouse Street
McAnallen, John, publican, Manderville Street
McBroom, Isaac, cattle dealer, grocer, delf and seed merchant, High Street
McCammon & Sprott, Ltd., pork curers, Obin Street
McCann, John, carter, Obin Street
McCann, J., carter, Mary Street
McCann, Wm. C., farmer, Derrymacfall
McClatchey, Matthew, town clerk, Thomas Street
McClatchey, R. H., grocer and insurance agent, Castle Street
McClatchey, W. J., spirit dealer, Edenderry
McCluskey, J., shoe maker, West Street
McConville, J., postal official, Edward Street
McConvile, P., contractor, Thomas Street (McConville)
McCourt, Patrick, jun., poulterer, Obin Street
McCullough, John, grocer, Castle Street
McCullough, Wm., house painter, West Street
McDonald, F., M.D., Church Street
McGarvey, P. J., solicitor, Bridge Street
McGredy, Samuel, J.P., Parkmount
McGredy, S. & Son, nurserymen and florists, Castle Street; seed warehouse, High Street
McIlroy, Wm., boot merchant, West Street
McIlveen, Jas., grocer, High Street
McKeown, Robert, grocer, Thomas Street
McKerr, Wm., bookkeeper, Edward Street
McKinney, J., goods station master, G.N.R.
McKinstry & Son, coach builders, Castle Street
McKittrick, W., insurance agent, Mandeville Street
McMahon, W. J., green grocer, Bridge Street
McNally & Co., cabinet makers, etc., West Street
McNeill, Sergeant, R.I.C., Edenderry
McNiece, W. J., motor garage, Thomas Street
McQuillan, Alex., grocer, Edgarstown

Neeson, Michael, publican, West Street
Nisbet, James, Margaretta Terrace
North of Ireland Produce Co. Ltd. - Wm. Street

O'Hagan & Co., solicitors, Bridge Street
O'Hanlon, John J., publican, High Street and West Street
O'Neil, Felix, butcher, West Street
O'Neill, R., & Co., coach builders, William Street

Palmer, John, Thomas Street
Paul, David G., Erindale
Paul, John, Annaville Terrace
Paul, William, & Son Ltd., drapers, High Street
Pearson, G., cycle agent, Bridge Street
Pedlow, Joseph, insurance agent, Hanover Street
Pentland, Miss Grace Bell, Carleton Street
Perry, Martin, dentist, Thomas Street
Pickering, Mrs., publican, Clounagh
Portadown Discount Co. - Jas. Boyle, manager
"Portadown Express and County Armagh Advertiser" - W. H. Wolsey, Proprietor
"Portadown News" Office, Thomas Street
Portadown Hemstitching Factory, Edenderry - R. J. Kernaghan, manager
Preston, Alex., butcher, West Street
Preston, T., grocer, Bridge Street

Rafferty, Frank, clothier, Woodhouse Street
Ratcliffe, R., hair dresser, West Street
Redmond, Johnston, farmer, The Grange
Reid, C. W., Seagoe
Reid, J. & M., drapers, Bridge Street
Reid & Son, linen manufacturers, Tarson
Richardson Bros., grocers, High Street
Richardson, R., sanitary inspector, William Street
Ripley, Thomas A., farmer, Clonnagh
Robb, Cecil, farmer, Garvaghy Road
Robb, Hamilton, Ltd., steam power weaving factory
Ross, J. H., & Co., tailors, Market Street
Rountree & Loughead, general grocers, glass and china merchants, High Street
Rowlett, James L., M.D., Dispensary Medical Officer, Thomas Street; registrar of births, marriages and deaths

Sandford, John, grocer, Bridge Street
Sands, James, factory manager, Killycomain
Sands, Miss, ladies' nurse, Carrickblacker Road
Seagoe Brick Works - F. D. Collen, proprietor
Sewell, John, bill poster, 36 Union Street
Shanks, J., head porter, Carrickblacker Road
Shepherd's Dairies Ltd., High Street
Shiel, P. J., J.P., grocer and wine merchant, Woodhouse Street
Sherman & Stoops, coal merchants, Foundry Street
Shillington, Henry, A.B., C.E., Bridge Street
Shillington, Major D. G., R.I.F., Ardevin
Shillington, T. A., & Son, steam saw mills, iron, coal and timber merchants, Castle Street
Shillington, Right Hon. Thomas, Alta Villa
Sinton, Thos., Ltd., linen manufacturers, Laurelvale
Sloan, A. G., solicitor, Ballyworkan House
Slowey, P., J.P., publican, High Street
Smith, George, school master, Armagh Road
Smith & Hagan, drapers, High Street
Spence, Bryson & Co. Ltd., weaving factory, Portmore Street
Spinning Mill Company Ltd., Castle Street
Stanley Bros., grocers & bakers, High Street
Stanley, Ralph, grocer, Edgartown
Stevenson, R. H., rate collector, Killicomaine Road and Church Street
Stewart, Henry, Merchant tailor, Thomas Street
Stewart, James, plumber, William Street
Stewart, Joseph, dealer and carrier, Obin Street
Stewart, Miss M. J., music teacher, Edward Street
Stoops, Hugh, Carrickblacker Avenue
Sullivan, Sergeant R.I.C., Edgarstown

Tavanagh Weaving Factory
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agents, Thos. D. Turpin, Belfast Bank; Wm. Gough, 72 Woodhouse Street; James Bryson, Thomas Street; W. A. Mullen, Edenderry
Templeton, S., car owner, Woodhouse Street
Thomas Street Manufacturing Co., Thomas Street
Thompson, David, grocer, Thomas Street
Thompson, Robt., butter and egg merchant, Amond Place
Thompson, W. N., egg exporter, Thomas Street
Thom's Tea Rooms, High Street
Thornton, A. & D., Ltd., wholesale grocers, Thomas Street
Thornton, D. W., Edenderry
Thornton, R. J., Thomas Street
Todd, James M., house furnisher and hardware merchant, Market Street
Todd, John R., grocer, West Street
Topley, R. & J., grocers, West Street
Totton, Stuart, victualler and fish monger, Market Street
Trimble, E., Thomas Street
Trimble, R., outfitter and tailor, High Street
Trimble, W. J., Mourneview Street
Twinem, J., draper, Mandeville Street
Trouton & Son, provision merchants and stationers, Market Street
Turner, W. G., fruiterer, High Street
Tyler & Sons, boot warehouse, Bridge Street

Uprichard, R. J., victualler, Market Street

Vance, James, grocer, Edenderry
Vaughan, James, agent for Castlebellingham Brewery, Baltylum
Vaughan, Joseph, publican, Woodhouse Street

Walker, R., commercial traveller, Thomas Street
Wallace, Hugh, house furnisher, ironmonger and jeweller, High Street
Walsh, James, Drumcree Nursery and High Street
Warnock, D. H., handkerchief manufacturer, Bridge Street
Warnock, S., school attendance officer, Drumgoose Cottage
Watchman, S., draper, etc., West Street
Watson, Armstrong, & Co., power loom weavers, Watson Street
Watson, George, insurance agent, Annagh
Watson, Mrs., Edward Street
Watt, W. T., mill manager, Sunnyside
Waugh, John, book seller, High Street
Weatherup, S., B.A., principal Edenderry N.S.
Weir, Wm., house  and land agent, Ashgrove
White, F. W., secretary Old-Age Pension Committee, Thomas Street
White, Mrs., newsagent and stationer, Thomas Street
Whyte, F. W., shoe maker, West Street
Wightman, J., mathematical master, Technical School, Armagh Road
Williamson, J., Watson Road
Wilson, H., clerk, Thomas Street
Wilson, John A., undertaker, Bridge Street
Wilson, Loftus, factory manager, Edward Street
Wilson, T. H., Seagoe
Wilson, Val., solicitor, Church Street
Wilson, Wm., publican, Woodhouse Street
Wood, N., clothier, Woodhouse Street
Woods, Miss, clothier, Woodhouse Street
Woods, R. M., merchant, Thomas Street
Wright, James, hog exporter, Woodhouse Street
Wright, James, publican, Obin Street
Wright, Mrs., spirit dealer, High Street
Wright, Robt., auctioneer, fruiterer, High Street
Wright, R. J., & Co., provision merchants, High Street
Wright, Thos., postal supervisor, Levaghey
Wright, W. H., solicitor, Edward Street


Is a thriving little seaport and market town in County Down, twenty-three miles S.E. by S. from Belfast, situated on the Eastern shore of the strait to the sea that forms the entrance to Strangford Lough.  From the strength of the current the name "Strong-ford," and hence by corruption, Strangford is derived.  At Portaferry there is a good quay, where vessels of light burthen can discharge their cargoes.  A considerable trade is done in coal, timber, corn, potatoes, and agricultural produce.  The herring fishery is carried on from the month of June to September inclusive.  The fairs are held on the 31st July and 12th December, and the second Tuesday monthly.  The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday.  The population in 1911 was 1,518

Post Office and Telegraph Office - Miss Beck, postmistress
Commissioners for taking affidavits for Chancery and Law Courts - James Elliott
Petty Sessions - Herbert S. Neilly, clerk
R.I. Constabulary Station - Sergeant Divers
Harbour Master - Robert Nelson
Registrar for Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. Smith


Church of Ireland - Rev. George S. Greer, M.A., canon
Presbyterian Church - Rev. J. K. Cron
Methodist Church - Rev. John Coulson
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. Kennedy, P.P.; Rev. R. Fullerton, curate


Dispensary - Dr. Edward Smith, M.B.
Belfast Bank Ltd. (branch) - W. E. Rodgers, manager
Church (mixed) National School - Mrs. Tanner
Presbyterian (mixed) School - Mr. Stewart
Chapel (mixed) School - ? McGowan, teacher


Anketell, Miss Ada, Loughcowie

Baird, Edward, tailor
Baxter, Henry, relieving officer and bailiff for Portaferry Estate
Beck, Hugh, carpenter
Belfast Marine Insurance Co., head office, 2 Howard Street, Belfast
Bell, John, solicitor
Bell & Co., Solicitors, and at Downpatrick, Castlewellan, Ballynahinch, and Kilkeel
Beringer, Fredk., watch maker
Birch, Robert, miller, Bishopmill
Bradley, J., gardener
Breen, Jas., ferryman
Breen, Mrs. D., haberdasher
Brown, Misses, millinery warehouse
Brown, Ephriam, grocer, hardware, potato and grain merchant (Ephraim)
Brownlow, Chas., J.P., estate agent to E. H. S. Nugent, Esq.
Bryce, Edward, Ardkeen, farmer

Caughey, James, cycle agent, The Square
Cavan, William, grocer
Collins, J., publican
Colville, R., land steward to E. H. S. Nugent, Esq.
Convery, Jas., carrier
Crangle, Emily, grocer and publican
Crangle, Isabella, publican
Cummins, Mrs., spirit grocer
Curran, Mrs., grocer and spirit dealer
Curran, Wm., farmer, Knocknelder

Denvir, James, farmer, Castlebuoy
Dines, George, road contractor
Dines, John, farmer, Doey
Dodds, Alex., cabinet maker & auctioneer
Donaldson Bros., blacksmiths
Donaldson, David, merchant tailor and draper
Donaldson, Mrs. David
Donaldson, Wm., blacksmith

Elliott, Jas., J.P., merchant; agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Elliott, J. R. M., agent for the Royal Fire Insurance Co.
Elliott & Co., grain, coal & potato merchants
Ellison, William, saddler

Gilmore, Thomas, carpenter
Gracey, James, merchant, High Street
Gracey, John, farmer, Derry
Greer, John, J.P., Wharaparilla House
Greer, Rev. Canon G. S., Ballyphillip Rectory

Hanigan, Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer
Hastings, Hugh Kearney, farmer
Hinds, Patk., farmer, Doey and Ballyfindra
Hinds, John K., publican
Hughes, John, farmer, Ballyweard

Ker, Miss, Quinton Castle
Kerr, Robt., Portaferry
Kerr, Wm., Ballyfindra
Keys, Richard, butcher
Kirkpatrick, Alex., farmer, Ballytrustin

Lawson, D., & Son, drapers and haberdashers
Leeman, Mrs., lodging house keeper, Square
Lennon, Henry, farmer, Craigrodden
Lennon, Mrs., farmer, Ballyweard
Lennon, James, farmer, Ballyweard
Linchey, John, J.P., Ballyweard
Little, Francis, J.P., Mountross House
Livingston, R., farmer, Ballyspurg
Lytle, Francis, farmer, Ballymacnamee

Magee, James, saddle and harness maker
Magee, Mrs. James, spirit grocer
Magee, Wm. J., publican
Mahood, Thomas, ship carpenter
Mawhinney, A., druggist
Mawhinney, Mrs., butcher
Maxwell, James, farmer, Corrick
Merron, Henry, farmer, Corrick
Merron, Patk. J., farmer, Ballyblack
Merron, Thomas, farmer, Craigrodden
Moreland, John, farmer, Corrick

MacLaine, Wm., clerk, Belfast Bank
McCappin, James, butcher
McCausland, John, Nugent Arms Hotel
McCausland, Mrs. James
McCleery, Thomas, bookkeeper
McComb, John, farmer, Ballyquinton
McComb, Thomas, farmer, Ballywallen
McCormick, Samuel, farmer, Ardkeen
McCullen, Miss, Strand
McDonald, Dr. Mark, M.B., lieutenant commander R.N.V.R., Ferry Street
McDonnell, Mrs. John, Portaferry
McDonnell, Thos., The White House
McDowell, Geo., embroidery manufacturer
McDowell, Miss, sewed muslin agent
McFadden, Robert, draper
McGee, Charles, spirit dealer, Church Street
McGrath, Henry, grocer, spirit dealer and auctioneer
McGrath, James, rate collector
McGrath, James, spirit grocer
McGrath, John, posting establishment
McGrath, Mrs., spirit merchant, High Street
McGrattan, Henry, farmer, Tara
McKeating, Jas. G., farmer, Tooshilly
McKeating, John, farmer, Thomastown
McManus, John, farmer, Derry
McMeckan, John, farmer, Thomastown House
McMullan, Alex., farmer, Ballyward
McMullan, Wm., grain and potato merchant
McNab, Patrick, J.P., farmer, Parsonhall

Nelson, Robert, Harbour Master
Noble, Mrs., school teacher

Orr, Miss, High Street
O'Prey, Hugh, boot and shoe warehouse

Parkinson, James, postmen
Parkinson, Wm., sexton Church of Ireland
Press, John, sexton, Methodist Church
Pyper, William, agent for Elliott & Co., Strangford

Quin, Patrick, farmer, Ballycalm
Quinn, Patrick, jun., farmer, Ballydock
Quinn, Thomas, farmer, Carstoun

Savage, Alfred, farmer, Bishopmill
Savage, Francis, Absey Farm
Savage, Herbert, farmer, Ballyridley
Savage, James, farmer, Thomastown
Savage, John, farmer, Marlfield
Savage, Samuel, farmer, Ballywhite
Savage, Wm., Marlfield
Savage, Wm., farmer and high constable, Ballyquinton, Upper Ards
Shanks, James, farmer, Ballyfounder
Smith, Dr. Edward, M.B., Strand
Smyth, Edward, farmer, Belleadom
Somerset, Thos., & Co., embroidery warehouse
Stewart, F. A., grocer and ironmonger and timber merchant
Stewart, Hugh, Quintonbay House

Tanner, Jonathan
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agents, A. Stewart, Solicitor; Wm. W. Lyttle, Portaferry
Trainor, J., grocer and spirit dealer

Wallace, H., & Co., solicitors, Downpatrick and Belfast
Wilson, David, farmer, Tullyncrew
Wilson, Mrs. H., farmer, Corrick
Wilson, Thomas, farmer, Killydressy
Wilson, Victor S., timber merchant & grocer

Young, R. O., J.P., Dunavely House


Is a beautiful seaside village between Portrush and the Giant's Causeway.  It lies at the mouth of the River Bush, at the right of which is the picturesque seat of the late Lord Macnaghten, known as Runkerry Castle, while on the left stands prominent on the coast the residence of J. G. Leslie, D.L., and on the east the eye stretches as far as Knocklayd, the intervening country being diversified with pastures green and well-cultivated farms and homesteads.  As a quiet pleasure resort, Portballintrae can compare favourably with its northern rivals.  The village is easily reached by way of the Giant's Causeway Electric Tramway, and is only about twenty minutes' walk along a beautiful road to Bushmills

Post Office - Miss Boyd, postmistress
Co-operative Holidays Association - Manageress, Miss Ainsworth


Adair, Mrs. James
Adair, William
Armstrong, Mrs.
Audain, Miss

Black, Joseph, Inland Revenue officer
Boyd, Miss
Brown, James
Brown, Mrs. W.

Cooper, Samuel
Crawford, J. G.
Creighton, Miss
Cross, Mrs.

Dashwood, Mrs., Mooncoign
Dean, Miss
Diamond, Dan

Evans, Mrs. W.

Fall, Archie
Fall, Thomas, fisherman
Frizzel, Mrs.

Glass, Hugh

Hale, Miss Sara
Harbison, Miss
Haughey, William, grocer and beer license
Huey, David, M.D., J.P., Lisanduff

Irwin, Mrs.
Irwin, Wm., car proprietor

Leslie, J. G., D.L., J.P., Seaport
Lloyd, Mrs.
Loughrey, Edward
Lowry, John

Macnaghten, The Honourable Malcolm
Mill, Robert
Montgomery, Mrs.
Moorehead, R., caretaker of Seaport
Mornin, Thomas
Moyle, James, coastguard

McIlroy, Daniel, Temperance Hotel
McIlroy, Thomas
McKenney, Patrick, grocer
McLaughlin, Hugh
McMillan, Mrs.
McMullan, George
McMullan, James
McMullan, Mrs. R., boarding house, Bay View

Rae, John, Gortnee

Scally, James
Stewart, Miss
Sturrock, David
Suckling, B. S.

Taggart, John Ross, Bayhead
Taggart, Miss, Sunnyside
Taylor, Alexander
Taylor, Robert
Traill, W. A., C.E., The Red House

Weir, Charles, fisherman
Weir, Mrs., fisherman


Carson, James
Curry, J. & D.
Glass, Hugh
Haughey, Miss


Maxwell, Robert
Taylor, Thomas, fisherman


Is situated in the County Antrim, on the River Bann, about nine miles from Ballymena and thirty-three from Belfast.  It was the seat of the handloom linen works, but it is now an agricultural district.  There is a certain amount of hand embroidery and drawn-thread work carried on in numerous cottages in the neighbourhood.  A considerable trade is carried on in the manufacture of bricks from the peculiar white clay found on the banks of the river.  Markets are held every Tuesday, and Petty Sessions on the first Thursday of every month.  The United Kingdom Peat Company and the Diatonite Clay Works Company have both opened extensive peat and clay works along the river Bann, which have given employment to many of the inhabitants, both male and female.  The population is 401

Post Office - Postal Telegraph and Money Order Office - Mrs. Duncan, postmistress; assistant, Miss Treadwell
Stamp Distributor - Mrs. Duncan
Petty Sessions, Portglenone - Clerk, Logan Irwin
Petty Sessions, Innisrush, Portglenone - Clerk, T. P. Henry, Granad, Rasharkin, Portglenone
Local Magistrates - W. G. Courteney, J.P., Glenburn, Portglenone; Henry Agnew, J.P., Coulbann House; Wm. Carson, J.P., Dreen, Cullybackey; W. J. McFadden, J.P., Thornhill; John McLaughlin, J.P.
Registrars for Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. Stewart, Portglenone; Jas. Brady, Portglenone


Church of Ireland - Rev. C. A. Bateman, M.A.
First Presbyterian - Vacant.  Third - Rev. W. F. Shepherd, B.A., B.D.
Roman Catholic - Rev. J. Laverty, P.P.


Adams, Miss
Adams, Robert, Tyanee
Agnew, Henry, J.P., Culbane House
Agnew, John, publican
Aiken, Campbell, grocer and emigration
Aiken, David, Portglenone, cycle agent
Aiken, Robert, Fernbank

Barclay, John, Gortaheron
Barclay, John, boot and shoe shop
Bateman, Rev. A. C., The Rectory
Baxter, Richard, Aughnahoy
Boyd, Wm., Glenone
Bradshaw, Miss
Brady, James, woollen draper and silk mercer; agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Brady, W. J. H., druggist

Casement, I., N.S. teacher
Chesney, David, cycle agent
Chesney, George, Ballynafie
Climie, W., engineer
Courtenay, William G., J.P., Glenburn
Crawford, Charteris, grocer, Aughnacloy

Daly, James, publican
Davison, James, Heatherview
Davison, Miss, Rose Cottage, Ballynease
Davison, Robert, Ballynease
Diamond, John, publican
Dick, B. H., Island House
Donnelly, Rev. John, B.A., Glenone Glebe
Duffin, John, blacksmith
Duncan, Mrs., agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Dysart, Miss E. H.
Dysart, Robert, The Hill

Estler, W. J., grocer, Aughnacloy

Fox, Hugh

Glass, W. J., Hazelbrook
Gourlay, James
Greer, Andw., tailor

Hamilton, Harry, posting
Hamilton, R., hardware, timber merchant
Hayes, R., Mountgawn
Henry, Miss, N.S. teacher
Henry, Rev. S. R., B.A.
Hevers, Miss, dress maker
Higgins, Henry, blacksmith
Hilton, H. J., Farmihll (Farmhill)
Houston, Sam., shoe maker
Hunter, John, Cullyhagan
Hunter, T. C., Rosemount
Hutcheson, Miss

Irvine, Logan, creamery manager
Irvine, J., land steward

Keegan, Mrs., Innisrush
Kenny, Mrs., grocer
Kerr, Andrew, grocer
Kerry, J., Gortgole House
Kyle, T. T., Tyanee

Laverty, Rev. J., P.P.

Macloskie, Miss, milliners, etc.
Maguire, Rev. Thos., P.P., Greenlough
Maxwell, John, Aughnahoy
Millar, John, Mountstafford
Millar, John, carpenter
Millar, Miss
Millar, William, carpenter
Millar, Wm., Slavana
Montgomery, D.
Montgomery, Samuel, Slavana
Moore. Miss
Morris, J., Tyanee House

McAteer, Miss, N.S.
McCaw, Henry, Mullinsala
McCaw, Hugh D.
McCaw, John, Gortfadd
McCaw, Mrs., Lisrodden
McCaw, The Misses, milliners
McClelland, Hugh, flax mill, Mullinsala
McCotter, Thomas, Lislea P.O.
McCullough, George, Ballynease
McErlene, Deis, (Denis?) Glenone
McErlene, John, cattle dealer, Gortgole
McFadden, W. J., J.P., Thornhill
McIlfatrick, Robt., Drumlane
McIlwrath, Andrew, Mountpleasant
McIlvenna, Felix, tailor
McIntyre, Miss E. J., Glenone
McLarnon, John, shoe maker
McLaughlin, Edward, baker
McLaughlin, John, J.P., Victoria Hotel, posting establishment and baker
McLaughlin, Joseph
McLaughlin, P. J., Bannbridge Hotel (Banbridge)
McMeekin, Mrs., Churchfield
McMullan, Alexander, reed maker
McMullin, Andrew, Garvaghy

Nugent, Thos.

O'Connell, Patrick, butcher and publican
O'Kane, Mrs., grocer, Newmills P.O.
O'Kane, Mrs., draper, etc.
O'Kane, Patk., Tyanee
O'Kane, Robert, Waterwall
O'Kane, The Misses, milliners
O'Neill, Miss, dress maker

Paul, Hugh, Glenone
Peoples, John, boot and shoe shop and grocer

Rainey, J., Largy N.S.
Robinson, Hugh, tailor
Ross, William, saddler

Scott, Mrs., fowl dealer
Scullion, Henry, Glenone
Simpson, Hugh, Killycoogan Flax Mill
Smith, Andrew
Smyth, Jas. A., merchant, Innisrush
Smyth, John, Sprucebank
Smyth, Thomas, Sprucebank
Speers, Thos., builder & constructor, Lilybank
Spence, Robt., Bann View
Stewart, Dr.
Stott, I., Ballynease House
Surgenor, John

Wallace, Wm., Tyanee
Warwick, Mrs., Innisrush
Wilkinson, J., blacksmith
Wilson, Miss, Tyanee
Wright, Mrs., Alba House, Portglenone

Young, Miss, Portglenone House


Until recent years Portrush, or "Port Rosse," as it is called by Dr. Todd, situate in the North of Antrim, about six miles North-East from Coleraine, and seven from the far-famed Giant's Causeway, was but a small fishing village.  Its popularity as a watering-place and the charm and attractiveness of its surrounding scenery has, however, of late brought it into great repute, and been the means of increasing its population considerably.  The Northern Counties Railway Co., built a new station some years ago, and there are several handsome churches in the district. The Clarke Memorial Obelisk has been removed from where it stood adjacent to the Methodist Church, and erected in the church green.  There are excellent lending libraries in connection with the Episcopal and Presbyterian Churches, and a branch of the Girl's Friendly Society has been established.  Coal and Clothing Clubs for the benefit of the poor of the town and surrounding districts have been established in connection with the Episcopal and Presbyterian Churches.  The trip to the Causeway has been rendered both interesting and enjoyable, from the fact that visitors are conveyed by means of the first Electric Tramway in the United Kingdom.  The principal source of revenue is derived from the large number of visitors continually pouring in from all parts of the kingdom to the splendid golf links.  A ladies' course is also laid out, and this is largely patronised.  The bathing accommodation is excellent, and hot sea baths may be had.  It may be added that bathing is safe at all times of the day and in all conditions of the tide.  Population, 2,107.  Valuation, 14,166.  The shops' half-holiday is on Wednesday

Post Office - R. Bradley, postmaster
The Town Hall has a reading room, which is now vested in the Urban Council.  The Petty Sessions and Urban Council meet in the Town Hall.  Caretaker, Wm. E. Carter
Magistrates - J. Huey, Bushmills; J. Boyle, Ballymacrea; H. Lecky, Beardiville; Wm. Holmes, R.M., Ballymena; J. C. Woods, Alan Mill; J. C. Martin, M.D., Duncreggan; Capt. F. H. Watt, Kerr Street; S. J. Dunlop, Ballywillan, H. McAllister, Portrush; A. C. Scott, Portrush.  Petty Sessions are held on third Wednesday in each month at 12 o'clock noon.  Charles Forbes, C.P.S.
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. William Porter, Mervue; assistant, J. G. W. Boggs, Main Street
Constabulary Barracks, Railway Place - District Inspector, C. F. Davies, Ballymoney.  The station is in charge of Sergt. Thomas Frazer; constables, Gordon, Irwin, O'Connell, and Teag
Coastguard Station, Dockhead - Chief Officer, J. Foley, who has three men under him
Fire Brigade Station, Kerr Street - Captain, R. Carton; vice-captain, D. Martin
Town Clerk - W. I. Cunningham
Town and Sub-sanitary Officer - Ranken Millen
Town Surveyor - Albert J. Clarke
Commissioner for Oaths - Charles Forbes
Royal Portrush Golf Club - Patron, His Majesty the King; president, Rt. Hon. Mr. Justice Barton; secretary, C. Vint; honorary treasurer, J. G. McMorris; house steward, R. P. Mathers; assistant house steward, Roy Campbell; captain, C. O. Hezlet; committee - Col. Hezlet, J. W. Fetherston, C. S. Murray, Sir F. H. Miller, F. Audinwood, F. J. Montgomery, S. Kirkpatrick, Col. Beresford Knox, R. P. Wilson, A. Moody, L. Campbell, G. B. Long, C. Pollock, A. L. McClelland, D. McLaughlin, J. M. Russell, H. A. Macaulay, Major J. A. Montgomery, D.L.; A. L. McClelland.  Ladies' Branch - Captain, Mrs. Allison; secretary, Mrs. L. S. Anderson; committee, Mrs. Adair, Mrs. McCalmont, Miss H. Cox, Mrs. Russell, Miss P. Martin, Mrs. Hezlet, Miss Tynte, Miss E. Pottinger, Mrs. Magill, Mrs. Goldfinch, Mrs. A. E. Ross, Miss K. Martin, Mrs. John Lepper, Lady Clark, Mrs. Lloyd Campbell, Lady Miller.  Resident privileged players - Secretary, W. J. Farren.  Club maker - M. Brown
"Union Blue" Masonic Lodge, No. 1008
Medical Officer of Dispensary - Dr. William Porter; also Registrar for Births, Deaths, and Marriages; Assistant Registrar, J. G. W. Boggs


Portrush Harbour Company - Harbour Office, Portrush.  Directors - Thomas Wray, H. A. Macaulay, solicitor; Captain F. H. Watt, J.P.; R. Cramsie, Hugh McGildowney, Clare Park; secretary, D. MacLaughlin, Coleraine; Harbour Master, Thomas Marten, Portrush
National Lifeboat Institution - Boathouse, Portindoo; J. G. McMorris, Belfast Bank, honorary secretary and treasurer
Customs Officer - Edward Bennett, Portrush and Coleraine, principal coast officer
District Nursing Association - Hon. secretary, Miss H. Cox; treasurer, J. G. McMorris; nurse, Miss Ritchie.  A cottage hospital has been acquired at Hopefield, and presented to the town by an anonymous donor
Badminton Club - Secretary, Miss Beresford; treasurer, Col. Allison
County Councillor - Captain F. H. Watt, J.P., Portrush
Urban District Council - Miss Hamilton (president), James Macfarlane (vice-chairman), R. B. Adams, J. W. McCallum, Thos. Martin, Robert Lee, John Brownlee, Miss Watt, A. C. Scott, W. J. Morrow, Hugh Simpson, Miss White, Charles McConaghy, James Kelly, James Macfarlane, George Pepper
Banks - Belfast Bank (J. G. McMorris, manager)
Giant's Causeway Tramway - Directors, J. S. Moore, D.L. (chairman); C. McD. Stuart, J. S. Moore, W. A. Traill, C.E.; engineer, Wm. A. Traill, C.E., Portballintrae; secretary and manager, William McCurdy
Gasworks, Causeway Street - Manager, J. Hedley
Skating Rink - J. Perry Stott, chairman; D. MacLaughlin, secretary
Men's Institute - Rev. T. Melvyn, chairman; J. G. McMorris, treasurer
Picture Houses - Winter Gardens Co. Ltd., close by railway station
Portrush Estate Co., Main Street Picture House; manager, Robert Cooper
Kelly Memorial Schools - John McClatchie, principal
Mark Street National School - W. White, principal; Miss Porter, Miss Walker, assistants; Miss Annie Gregg, monitoress
Roman Catholic National School - Mr. Garvey, principal


Church of Ireland - Rector, Rev. J. Mervyn; curate, Rev. John Curtis Reilly, B.A.
Presbyterian Church - Minister, Rev. J. S. Pyper
Reformed Presbyterian
Ballywillan Presbyterian Church - Rev. H. Wells, B.A.
Methodist Church - Minister, Rev. J. W. Stutt
Ballyreagh Gospel Hall
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. Skeffington, P.P.
Mission Hall, Causeway Street


Watt, F. H., Kerr Street
Messrs. D. Fall & Son, The Harbour, Portrush, Laird Line, Portrush


Bamford, T., Main Street
Scott, A. C., Main Street


Adams, R. B.
Bishop, E., Main Street
Fleming, Thomas, Atlantic Avenue
Hegarty, David, Causeway Street
Pepper, & Co., Main Street


Cameron, Thomas, Church Pass
Davis, T., Main Street
Hughes Bros., Main Street
McGrath, Samuel, Eglinton Street


Christie, D., Causeway Street
Cochrane, R., Causeway Street
Graham, Alex., Main Street
Graham, James, Atlantic Avenue
Gregg Bros., Kerr Street
McAllister, Hugh, Kerr Street
McAllister, William, Dunluce Street


Martin, J. C., Duncregan
Porter, William, Mervue
Johnstone, Robert, Mervue


Fall, Daniel, and Son, Main Street
Watt, J. R. & Son, Kerr Street


Auld, Miss, Eglinton Street
Bamford, John, & Son, Main Street
Black, H. A. G., Main Street
Burns, Mrs., Dock Head
Campbell, William, Main Street
Farquharson, Archibald, Main Street
Lamont, Miss, Dock Head
Midland Railway Refreshment Rooms
McAllister, James, Main Street
McCormack, Mrs., Main Street
McKenna, Mrs., Lancashire Hotel
McKane, Miss, Main Street
Princess Restaurant, Main Street
Riddell, John, Dunluce Street
Snedden, James, Main Street
Sturrock, D. P., Quay Street
The Arcadia


Farquharson, A., Main Street; Bamford, T.; McAllister, Jas.; Black, H., Auld, Miss; McCormack, Mrs.; Sandford, Joseph; Gamble, Miss; Sneddon, James; Hughes, Miss


Simpson & Co., Causeway Street
Stewart Bros., Eglinton Street


Archibald, W. J., Ballyreagh
Caldwell, John, Glenvale
Hamill, Wm., Macilvinnon
McLaughlin, S., Cloghorr
McNeill, S. & J., Ballymacilvennon
McNeill, Wm., Ballylagan
Rankin, W. & M., Clougherr
Stewart, Thomas, Crossreagh
Thompson, Alex., Craigtown and Antrim Gardens


Adams, R. B., Main Street
Boggs, Miss, Main Street
Hamilton & Co., White House
Hill Brothers, Main Street
Johnston, J. & M., Main Street
Lloyd, Wm., Main Street
McKay, Miss, Main Street
Scott, Miss, Causeway Street


Boggs, J. G. W., L.P.S.I., Medical Hall, Main Street
Clarke, I., Main Street
Scott, Alfred C., Main Street


Auld, Miss, Eglinton Street
McCallum, J. W., Main Street
McConaghy, Charles
Sandford, E., Main Street
Smyth, Mrs., Atlantic Avenue


McCulloch, W. L., Main Street
Stewart, P., Main Street


Rankin, John, Cloughorr
Stewart, James, Lougstoun


Bamford, John, & Son, Main Street
Bothwell, D., Bath Street
Bradley, Mrs., Causeway Street
Campbell, Mrs., Causeway Street
Campbell & Chambers, Main Street
Kelly, A., Causeway Street
Kelly & Co., Causeway Street
McConaghy, Charles, Main Street
McCulloch, W. L., Main Street
Riddell, John, Dunluce Street
Scott, Alfred C., Main Street
Sloss, Wm., Causeway Street
Sneddan, James, Harbour View
Stewart, D. P., provision merchant, Main Street
Wright, W. T., Eglinton Street


Christy, Daniel, Main Street
McCandless, John, Ltd., Main Street


Duff, Mrs., Main Street
McKeown & Co., Main Street
Pepper & Co., Main Street
The Swiss House, Main Street


Alexandra, 11, 12 Lansdowne Crescent, Mrs. Dunseath and Miss Dobbin
Central Hotel, Messrs. Hamilton & Co.
Dunard, Lansdowne Crescent, Mrs. Martin
Eglinton Hotel, H. Bowers
Esplanade Hotel, Miss Hill
Golf Hotel, Miss McCrea, proprietress
Hotel Metropole, J. mason
Lancashire Temperance Hotel, Mrs. McKenna, Causeway Street
Lansdowne Temperance Hotel, Robert Lee
Leander Hotel, Alex. Lee
Londonderry Hotel, P. J. McNally
Northern Counties, F. Audinwood, manager
Osborne Hotel, W. A. G. Black
Portrush Hotel, George Leeke
Private Hotel, Miss Donaghy, Mark Street
Private Hotel, Mrs. McFarland, Lansdowne
Railway Hotel, P. Bradley
Ramore Hotel, P. J. McNally
Royal Hotel, Miss Dunne
Seabank Hotel, Miss Fitzpatrick
Tower House, Miss Holmes
Victoria Hotel, Mrs. Gillen, Kerr Street
Windsor Hotel, Messrs. Hamilton & Co.
York Hotel, Mrs. Watt


Adams, R. B., Main Street
Bamford, T., Main Street
Campbell & Chalmers
McCandless, John, Ltd.
Sandford, Joseph
Scott, A. C., Main Street
McConaghy, Charles, Main Street


Alliance Assurance Co. - F. Charlton, agent
Bamford, J., Main Street
Caledonian, J. Baxter, agent
English and Scottish Law Life, R. J. Woodrow, agent
Gresham, Jos. Sandford, agent
Prudential, Samuel Cooper, agent
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited, Agent, J. G. McMorris, Belfast Bank
Scott, A. C., Main Street


Aitken, Mrs., Main Street
Allison, Miss, Causeway Street
Armstrong, Mrs., Mary Street
Browne, Mrs., Golf Terrace
Carton, Mrs., Eglinton Street
Caskey, Miss, Mark Street
Charlton, Mrs., Eglinton Street
Christy, Mrs., Bath Terrace
Clarke, Mrs., Strandmore Villa
Close, Mrs., Golf Terrace
Connelly, Miss, Mark Street
Crichton, Apsley House
Donaghy, Miss, Mark Street
Dunn, Miss, Mark Street
Fisher, Mrs., Causeway Street
Fitzpatrick, Miss, Seabank
Flannagan, Miss
Gaston, Mrs., Warren House
Gordon, Mrs., Mary Street
Harte, Miss, Bath Terrace
Haye, Misses, Mark Street
Henrich, Mrs., Causeway Street
Hunter, Mrs., Eglinton Street
Kelly, Miss, Lansdowne
Lynn, Mrs., Haddon House
Macbeth, Miss Maud, Mark Street
Mann, Mrs., Princess Street
Moore, Mrs., Mark Street
McConaghy, Miss, Main Street
McCulloch, Mrs., Seacliffe
McLarnon, Mrs., Craigvara
McKay, Mrs., Golf Terrace
Rankin, John, Cloughorr
Simpson, Miss, Causeway Street
Smith, Miss, Golf Terrace
Smith, Mrs., Causeway Street
Strathdee, Mrs., Princess Street
Wallace, Miss, Portneed
Wright, Miss, Eglinton Street
Wright, Mrs., Mark Street


The Earl of Antrim, proprietor; manager, Mr. Andrew Macmillan


Macrory, J., Main Street
Rohdich, G. A., Main Street


Aitken, Mrs., Main Street
Allely, Mrs., Springhill
Allen, Samuel, Railway Place
Barr, Miss, Mark Street
Browne, Mrs., Eglinton Street
Camac Miss, Eglinton Street
Carson, Miss, Bath Terrace
Carton, Mrs., Eglinton Street
Charlton, Mrs., Eglinton Street
Cochrane, Miss, Kerr Street
Cochrane, Mrs., Causeway Street
Cooper, Mrs., Kerr Street
Dixon, Mrs., Mark Street
Dripps, Miss, Mark Street
Elder, Miss, Salisbury Terrace
Esdale, Mrs., Lansdowne Crescent
Farren, Miss, Kerr Street
Fisher, Mrs., Causeway Street
Fleming, Miss, Lansdowne Crescent
Graham, Mrs., Lansdowne
Houston, Miss, Causeway Street
Hunter, Mrs., Eglinton Street
Irwine, Mrs., Manse Avenue
Jackson, Mrs., Kerr Street
Kelly, James, Eglinton Street
Kelly, Miss, Lansdowne Crescent
Kelly, Mrs., Causeway Street
Kelly, R. J., 101 Causeway Street
Kennedy, Mrs., Eglinton Street
Kerr, The Misses, Mark Street
Lecky, Miss, Mark Street
Lindsay, Miss, Kerr Street
Logan, Mrs., Kerr Street
Lynn, Mrs., Hadden House
Lyons, Mrs. R., Mark Street
Magee, Mrs., Bazaar Street
McConaghy, Miss, Mark Street
McCulloch, Mrs. W. L., Seacliffe
McIlrea, Mrs., Victoria Street
McKay, M., Causeway Street
McKay, Mrs., Chelsea House
McKirgan, Mrs., Causeway Street
McLaughlin, Mrs., Causeway Street
O'Doherty, Mrs., Golf Terrace
Rea, Miss, Kerr Street
Ritchie, Mrs., Coleraine Road
Simmons, Miss, Kerr Street
Smith, Miss, Victoria Street
Steele, Miss, Dunluce Villa
Stevenson, Mrs., Causeway Street
Stewart, Miss, Abercorn House
Wilson, Miss, Craigvara


Bacon, R., Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Charlton, Miss, Bookseller, Stationer, and Fancy Goods, Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News," 31 Eglinton Street
Eason & Son Ltd., Railway Station
McConaghy, Charles, Main Street
Rohdich, G. A., Main Street
Toner, Misses, Bookseller and Stationer, Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News," Eglinton Street


Baxter, J. & D., Eglinton Terrace
Farren, Wm., Main Street
McCandless, Robert, Railway Terrace


Lee, Alex., Bath Terrace
Leech, Mrs., Main Street


Martin, James, Garden Court
Martin, Thomas, Prince's Terrace


Allen, Saml., Railway Place
Arrell, Wm., Eglinton Street
Christy, Daniel, Causeway Street
Fisher, Joseph, Causeway Street
Hamill, William, Dunluce Street
Hunter, James, Eglinton Street
McConaghy, John, Mark Street
McMullen, George, Causeway Street
McNeill, Wm., Causeway Street
Peden, John, Dunluce Street
Riddell, John, Dunluce Street
Thompson, James, Causeway Street


Gregg, Robert, Kerr Street
McAlister, Hugh, Main  Street


Christie, Danl., Main Street
Hynds, John, Eglinton Street
McCandless, John, Ltd., Main Street
Russell, Robert, Causeway Street


Bowers, H. G., Eglinton Hotel
Bradley, Mrs., Causeway Street
Gillan, Hugh, Kerr Street
Leeke, Geo., Portrush Hotel
McNally, Bernard, Main Street
McNally, P. J., Londonderry Hotel
Quinn, John, Quay Road


Hopkins, James, Springhill
Kelly, James, Springhill


Cunningham, Samuel, Eglinton Street
Macauley, H. A., Strandmore


Bacon, R., Portrush House
Caskey, J. H., Main Street
Charlton, Miss, Eglinton Street
Hill Brothers
Kamayor, N., Main Street
Lee, Robert, Main Street
Pepper, Mrs., Main Street
Toner, Misses, Eglinton Street


Martin, J. C., M.D., Mark Street
Porter, W., M.D., Mir-a-Mir


McCrory, James, Main Street
Rohdich, G. A., Main Street


Hammill, Wm., Dunluce Street
McNally, P. J., Londonderry Hotel
McNeill, Wm., Causeway Street
Peden, John, Dunluce Street
Simpson & Co., Causeway Street
Stewart Bros., Dunluce Street


Allison, Colonel, The Sholah
Barklie, Miss, Seymour Place
Beresford, General J. P. Craig Dhu Varren
Black, Misses, Dhu Varren
Boyle, James, J.P., Ballymacrea
Camac, Rev. John
Carter, Captain, Dhu Varren
Cox, Mrs., Mark Street
Dripps, Wm., Dhu Varren
Dunlop, S. J., J.P., Kerr Street
Hamilton, Miss. Rathmore
Harvey, Vincent, Dhu Varren
Hezlet, Miss, Rockryan
Houston, T. G., M.A., J.P.; Dhu Varren
Lecky, Harry, Beardiville
Macaulay, H. A.
Moody, Alex., Salisbury Terrace
Macaulay, H. A., Strandmore
McCammond, Lieut.-Col. W. E. C., Carrig-nata
McCulloch, Rev., Dhu Varren
McLaughlin, Colonel
McLernon, R., Dhu Varren
Orr, Major, D.S.O.
Phillips, Wm., Dhu Varren
Richardson, Miss, Craig-en-Temple
Russell, J. M., Dhu Varren
Scott, D. F., Glenmanus Lodge
Wallace, Stewart, Glenmanus House
Watt, Captain F. H., J.P., Westport
Welch, Captain
Wilson, Mrs., The Limekiln


The Town of Portstewart is situate on the sea shore, midway between Portrush and Castlerock.  It is one of the most charming, salubrious, and popular of Northern health resorts, and year by year is becoming increasingly popular.  Situated most charmingly, over-looking one of the finest bays in Ireland, the outlets of the rivers Bann and Foyle, and completely sheltered from north-east, and east winds, it has grown steadily within the past few years, in the course of which many improvements have been effected in every direction.  The Urban District Council have already carried out much needed improvements which were impossible prior to granting of urban powers in 1916.  The granting of perpetuity leases by the landlady gave a remarkable impetus to the building trade, and will, it is believed, eventually result in the erection of numerous villa residences on a scale even more complete and artistic than any hitherto erected.  In addition to the many private houses let for the accommodation of visitors, the town is supplied with four good hotels.  Portstewart was the birthplace of Dr. Chas. Lever, the talented novelist, and Sir George White.  The town is connected with the Portrush branch of the Northern Counties Railway by a steam tram, and there is a splendid 18-hole golf course, together with a 9-hole one.  A public hall was erected some years ago, containing reading and recreation rooms, and is much patronised and appreciated by the residents and visitors.  There is also a fine Orange Hall.  The town, leading hotels, and houses are lighted by electricity.  The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday

Post Office - W. A. Frizzell, sub-postmaster
Golf Club - President, R. A. C. Montagu, J.P.; captain, Dr. J. G. A. Kydd; hon. treasurer, T. McCunn; committee - F. W. Skelly, S. J. Hunter, LL.D.; A. G. Crawford, R. O'Neill, A. Reade, H. Eccles, Thos. Henry, W. A. Frizzell, J. H. Christy, J. F. Hunter, C. C. Huston, Miss I. Whitaker, Miss Ida Wylie, Mrs. Heron; secretary, P. H. Blaikie; professional, C. W. Pope
R.I. Constabulary Barracks, Main Street - Sergeant Coburn, Constables Cole, Doherty and Ward
School - National (Episcopal) - Teacher, Temporary, J. Simpson; assistant, Miss Moore; National (Presbyterian) - Teacher, Adam Reade; assistants, Miss Smith and Miss Arrol.  National (R.C.) - Teacher, J. McHugh; assistant, Miss Matthews
Public Baths - Henry Anderson, Main Street, proprietor
Dispensary, Heathmount - Dr. Kennedy, medical officer
Cromie Institute - Trustees, Rev. E. R. Moncrieff and rev. D. Aiken; H. O. O'Neill, hon. secretary; S. R. Henry, hon. treasurer.  Council - S. R. Henry, W. A. Frizell, T. G. Henderson, R. Bacon, A. G. Crawford, H. O. H. O'Neill
County Councillor - H. O. H. O'Neill, K.P., C.C., Prospect House
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - Dr. Kennedy, Heathmount


Church of Ireland - Rev. E. R. Moncrieff
Presbyterian - Rev. David Aiken
Methodist Church
Roman Catholic - Rev. P. Magill, P.P.; Rev. O. Rafferty, C.C.
Portstewart Masonic Lodge 404
Portstewart Orange Lodge 579


Banks - Belfast Banking Co., John Hezlett, manager, Coleraine; Northern Banking Co., T. McCunn, manager

Bakers, Andrew McGowan, Mrs. Alex. McBride

Blacksmith, Hugh McLaughlin, Cappagh

Boot and Shoe Shops, John McCurdy and J. Leighton

Butchers, McGrath Bros. and Hughes Bros.

Carpenters and Builders, Matthew Reid & Sons and John Frizell, Wm. Brown

Coal Merchants, S. R. Henry

Confectioners ,  Andrew McGowan, A. McBride (Inglis & Co.), Miss Gregg

Coffee & Refreshment Rooms, Miss Gregg, A. McBride, A. McGowan, G. Scott

Drapers, Mrs. Brown, S. R. Henry, Mrs. Grey, H. Dixon

Dressmakers, Miss Finlay, Miss Kane, Miss Boyd, Miss Hemphill, Miss Smyrrl

Emigration Agent, S. R. Henry

Fancy Warehouses, Mrs. Brown, S. R. Henry, Mrs. Gray, H. Dixon, J. H. McConnell, G. Gilloway

Fish Merchants, James Shaw, Robt. Bacon, R. Frizzell

Grain and General Merchant, S. R. Henry, A. McBride, Mrs. Woods

Grocers, S. R. Henry, R. Frizell & Sons, Miss Gregg, Charles Upson, J. Cubitt, W. Frizell, Mrs. Sheridan, Patk. McKinney

Hairdressers, D. O'Neill, R. McCloskey

Hotels, Anchor Hotel, P. Doherty; Montague Arms Hotel, Wm. Margey, Telephone No. 5;  Carrig-na-cule, H. A. G. Black & Sons, 'Phone 16; Portstewart Hotel, Wm. Margey; York Hotel, C. Sheridan; Castle, Miss Gregg

House Agents, S. R. Henry, W. A. Frizell

Lessee Salmon Fishery, H. O. H. O'Neill, C.C. and W. A. Frizell

Motor Car Proprietors, S. R. Henry, Thos. Doherty, W. Frizzell, Thos. McKierahan

Motor and Cycle Agent, James McCurdy

Motor Marine Engineer, Daniel Reid

Picture Palace, P. Doherty, proprietor

Pilots (for Coleraine), James Doherty, Alex. Millar, John Doherty

Publicans, P. Doherty, Wm. Margey

Posting Establishments, Matthew Brown, W. Frizell, S. R. Henry, R. Smyrl, John Frizzell

School Attendance Committee, Rev. A. Magill, P.P.; Rev. D. Aiken, Rev. E. R. Moncrieff, Mr. S. R. Henry, Mr. R. Bacon, senior; H. Johnston, chairman; P. Doherty, Wm. J. Reid, John Knox, A. McGowan.  Secretary, W. A. Frizzell; school attendance officer, Miss M. Anderson

Stationers and News Agents, R. Frizzell & Sons; Agents for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"; W. A. Frizzell, Post Office, and Mrs. Gilloway

Tea Rooms and Furnished Apartments,  Mrs. A. McGowan, Miss Gregg, G. Scott, Mrs. R. Frizzell

Urban District Council - Messrs, S. R. Henry (chairman), Henry Johnston (vice-chairman); H. O. H. O'Neill, J.P., Co.C.; A. McGowan, J. McCurdy, P. Doherty, J. Knox, Matw. Brown, Hugh Lynch, George Kane, jun.; W. J. Reid, D. Reid.  Clerk - W. A. Frizzell.  Engineer and Rate Collector - D. R. McIlreavy.  Treasurers - The Northern Banking Co. Ltd., Coleraine

McCartney, R. A., pharmaceutical chemist
Frizell, W. A., chemist and druggist


Miss Nicholson
Miss McKee
Mrs. McClelland
Miss Boyd
John Shields
S. R. Henry
H. A. G. Black
Mrs. Turbitt
Ptk. McKinney
John Knox
R. F. McCartney
Mrs. H. Caldwell
Miss English
George Scott
Miss Norris
Miss L. Boyd
Mrs. W. A. Frizzell
Mrs. McCandless
Miss Hanson
Mrs. R. Frizzell
Mrs. O'Farrell
Mrs. M. Gormley
Mrs. Hezlett
Richard O'Neill
Robt. Smyrrl
Henry Dickson
Horace Gaussen
Miss Conaghan
Miss O'Kane
Miss Gregg
Mrs. Brown
George Kane
Mrs. Gray
Jas. Lundy
Miss M. Kennedy
Thos. Garland
George Gilloway
S. Fleming
Petro Morelli
Andw. Magowan
Arch. Moore
Wm. Frizzell
Mrs. A. Frizzell
John Cubitt
Hy. Anderson
Wm. Margey
John Burke
Saml. Hayes


Mrs. McConaghie
Wm. Wilson
Rev. P. O'Rafferty
Mrs. Knox
Wm. Kennedy
Henry Johnston
Annie Archibald
Miss M. Anderson
Mrs. C. Shields
William Carswell
Elizabeth Brown
Wm. Leighton
Tom McKirgan
Jane McQuillan


John Shields
Mrs. Crowe
Miss McKay
Mrs. C. Upson
Miss Greer
Miss Chaine
Miss Moncrieff
Miss Austin
Mrs. Atkinson
Mrs. McBride
Wm. McCloskey
Peter Doherty.
Mrs. McVicker
Robert McCurdy
Mary Ritchie
Mrs. Marlin (Martin)
Mrs. Cooper
Geo. Gordon
Patk. McAuley
Richard O'Dowd
Robert Clark
Joseph McLean
Edward Doherty
James McPeake


Alex. Bacon
Denis O'Neill
Mrs. Mary Cooke
Mrs. Jane Wilton
Wm. Pyper
Andw. Hayes
Sarah Hemphill


John McCurdy
David Leslie
Jas. McGowan
Robt. Forsyth
Edward McCaffrey
Joseph Sheilds
Mrs. E. Anderson
Police Barracks
Sarah Connor
Joseph Thompson
Thos. McCurdy
Maria Barnett
Martha Watt
James Spence
John McNally
Robt. McKirgan, jun.
Mary Bradley
Angus McGowan
James McNally
Ellen Maxwell
Wm. John McPeake
Saml. Anderson
Geo. Henry
Allan Martin
Isabella Esler
James Kennedy
Mary Dorrety
Sarah Craig
Wm. Creighton
Susan Henry
Rose Graham
Andw. Logan
Mrs. Hugh Hunter
David Wallace
Margt. Black


Chas. Upson
Hugh McLaughlin
John Bacon
Hugh Canning
Matilda Millar


Mattw. Larkin
Robt. Hanna
Wm. J. Wallace
Archd. Magill
Sarah Stitt
Mrs. Lennox
Rose Taylor
Sarah Fearson
Mrs. R. Reid
John McCrory
Thos. Millar
Miss A. Frizzell


Mrs. Hunter
Miss Patterson
J. Doherty
Mrs. Brown


A. McAuley
Thos. Martin
Jas. Shaw
McGrath Bros.
Wm. McKirgan
Daniel McKinney
Hugh Douglas


Wm. Thompson
Mrs. Boyde
Mrs. Michael
Samuel A. Moore
R. McKinney
Elizabeth Connolly
James Morrison
John McHugh
Robt. Millar
Michael Breslin
Miss E. J. Brizzell
Alex. Millar
Mary Moore
John McNeill
Mary Rafferty
Elizabeth Huston
Helen Pitt
? Huston
Rev. Buchanan


Miss Long
Thos. W. Woods
Mrs. E. A. Ward
Edward Doherty
David Allen
H. F. Patterson


Mrs. Crawford
Mrs. Connor
W. H. Cole
? Johnston
Miss Harrison
Miss McCloskey
Daniel Reid
Mrs. Clarke
Miss Dickson
Miss Rankin
Rev. P. H. Blaikie
Mrs. Irwin
Miss Wallace
Andrew Logan, jun.
Robert Sheills
Saml. Smith
Saml. Whan
Mrs. Hartford
Miss Quaile
Robt. Bacon
James Ross
Dan McGowan, jun.
Eliza Hampsey
Lydia Charles
Wm. Lynn
John Murray
Wm. Guthrie
Ellen Adams
Hannah Lyons
Mack Bacon
D. R. Campbell
George Smith
A. McCracken
Wm. Shaw


Mrs. A. E. Brown
Mrs. Boggs
Mrs. Keenan
Thos. McKierahan
Mrs. S. Kennedy
Miss G. Gardner
Chas. Craig
Annie Ramsey
Alfred E. Sheridan
Mary Black
Mrs. Slack
Wm. Doherty
Ellen Sheilds
Allan Higgins
Adam Reade
Miss Dobbs
Miss J. Percy
John Harvey
Alex. Crawford
John S. Anderson
Rev. R. B. Wylie
John Linton
Miss Finlay
Mrs. M. Crawford
Wm. Porter
Mrs. J. Smith
Jas. McCrory
Alex. Ferguson
Mrs. Mann
Miss Canning
Mrs. Mulholland
John Holland
John Holland
Miss Ross
Mary Kidd
Wm. Gordon
John McNeill


Miss Birch
Mrs. Edwards
Mrs. Richardson
James Steen
Archd. Henderson
Miss McCluskey
Miss Holland
Matthew Gilmore
Mrs. M. Hunter
Miss Crowe
Joseph Kelly
Miss McFerran
Miss McKee
Miss Donnelly
Miss A. Kane
Miss Fleming
J. H. McConnell
Miss Brown
James McCurdy


Wm. J. Gilmour
Miss Bartley
Mrs. Neale
John Frizzell


Miss Knox


Wm. Allen
Henrietta Cassidy
Chas. Sheridan
Miss Sheridan
Dr. Kennedy
Mrs. Connolly
Mrs. Lough
Rev. D. Aiken
Miss Morgan
Miss McMorris
Mrs. Baxter
Miss Tannahill
F. Martin
Mrs. Barkley
Miss Kennedy
Miss Jauncey


Mrs. Croskerry
Mrs. Davison
Thos. Moyes
Jane Acheson
Miss K. Brown
W. J. Crooks


Mrs. Turner
Andrew Martin
Wm. Gibson
Mrs. Jas. McIntyre
Wm. McIntyre
John McIntyre
David McCandless
James Coyle


John Boyd
Thomas Nevin
Robert Martin
Danl. McGowan
Wm. Boyd
R. McKinney
R. Hamilton
Robt. Spence
John Logan
James Logan
Jas. Davis
Robt. McKirgan
Andw. McKirgan
Thos. Campbell
Robt. Hayes
James Hemphill
James McIlroy


David McKee
Mrs. McWha
Saml. Hemphill
Wm. Hemphill
Miss Millar
K. M. Alexander
Chas. Hemphill
Mrs. Porteous
Jas. Hemphill
Douglas W. Rawle
Robt. Gray
John Finlay
Sarah Kirkpatrick
Thomas Campbell
Danl. McCready
Mary Ann Alexander
Thos. Campbell


Anderson, Robert, Roselick
Black, James, Carnanee
Black, John, Garborgle
Black, Samuel, Garborgle
Black, The Misses, Ballylease
Boyd, Felix, Larkhill
Brown, Andrew, Mullaghacall
Brown, F., Craigtown
Brown, James, Cappagh
Brown, Matthew, Tullaghmurry
Campbell, James, Galvally
Coyle, James, Galvally
Cunningham, Wm., Ballygelagh
Hamilton, A., Galvally
Hemphill, Samuel, Burnside
Hemphill, Wm., Burnside
Henry, S. R., Galvally
Henry, S. R., Ballygelagh
Huston, William, Ballygelagh
Keith, Samuel, Craigtown
Keith, Wm., Craigtown
Kerr, George, Roselick
Kerr, Hugh, Roselick
Lynch, Hugh, Seapark
Lynch, James, Rockview
Martin, Robert, Mullaghacall
McCandless, D., Craigtown
McDonald, John, Roselick
McIlreavy, Daniel, Ballylease
McKee, D. C., Burnside
McLaughlin, Mrs. D., Cappagh
McPherson, R., Ballylease
Nevin, Wm., Craigtown
O'Neill, H. O. H., J.P., C.C., Prospect House
Patterson, J. Doey
Reid, W. J., Mullaghacall
Scott, John, Cappagh
Shields, Andrew, Naar
Small, Daniel, Carnalbanagh
Thompson, A., Craigtown


Poyntzpass is situated eight miles north of Newry and four miles from Tandragee. It occupies a position on the borders of Armagh and Down, a small part of the town being in the latter county.  It is a station on the Great Northern Railway, and there are quays on the canal, where lighters discharge coal brought from Newry.  There is a good cattle fair on the first Saturday in each month, for the accommodation of buyers, at which the railway company have lately made several improvements, which greatly facilitate the enrailing of beasts.  A market is held every Friday for fowl, butter, and eggs.  A short distance to the east of Poyntzpass are portions of remarkable earthworks known as the "Glen of the Black Pig" or the "Danes' Cart," but which may more correctly be termed the Great Wall of Ulidia or Ulster, which was formed in A.D. 352 by the Ulidians or Ulstermen after their defeat and the destruction of the palace of their kings at Emmania or Navan, near the city of Armagh, by the Three Collas. This "wall" can be traced from Lisnagade on the north of Scarva to Meigh, near Jonesborough, and is a most remarkable erection.  Population in 1911, 348

Post Office - Mrs. S. J. McKelvey, postmistress
Magistrates who preside at Petty Sessions - R. W. MacDermott, M.D.; Major M. A. Close, Drumbanagher, Poyntzpass; Major E. J. Harden, Kilbodagh; H. A. Mageniss, Patrick Murray
Clerk of Petty Sessions for Poyntzpass and Tandragee - Graham, Emerson, Tandragee


Church of Ireland (Parish Church of Acton, in Poyntzpass) - Rev. W. F. Johnston, M.A.
Presbyterian Church - Rev. D. J. Gordon, B.A.
Baptist Church - Mr. Burrows
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. E. Shortt


Belfast Bank (Tandragee Branch)
Northern Bank
Two National Schools - Mr. and Mrs. Judge and J. J. Ryder and Mrs. Ryder
Dispensary, Poyntzpass - R. W. MacDermott, M.D., J.P.
Constabulary Station - Sergt. Lowry


Agnew, R., Deerpark
Alderdice, John, Ballyreagh
Alexander, Major, Acton House
Alexander, David, farmer, Lisraw
Allen, David, grocer
Allen, David, Killysavin House
Allen, Mrs., Brookville
Andrew, Hugh, farmer, Ballinalack

Bell, Robert, R.I.C.
Bicker, Wm., boot maker
Burns, James, Aughantaraghan
Burns, John, shoe maker
Burns, Robert, Prospect Lodge

Canavan, Michael, grocer and publican
Carson, James, lodging house
Carson, R., lodging house
Clark, Robert, Aughantaraghan
Clark, Robert, Demoan
Clowney, James, farmer, Acton
Close, Major M. A., J.P., Drumbanagher
Coulter, Rev. J., Cremore
Crothers, Mrs., Lisraw House
Cunningham, Mrs., Killysavin

Fisher, Alex., Tullinacross
Fisher, Helena, Tullinacross
Fisher, W. J., Ballyreagh
Foy, Patrick

Gibson, R. J., hairdresser and cycle agent
Gilliland, J. A., Dean Cottage
Gordon, Rev. D. J., Presbyterian minister
Graham, J., signalman, G.N.R.
Griffith, Edward, grocer and egg merchant
Griffith, John, grocer
Griffith, J., Drumbanagher N.S.
Griffith, William, draper

Hanna, W. J., boot maker
Harden, Major E. J., Kilbodagh
Hudson, Samuel, publican, Commercial Hotel
Hudson, S., cattle dealer
Humphries, S., signalman, G.N.R.
Hunter, Alex., Glassdrummond

Johnston, N. S., Tanokey
Johnson, Rev. W. F., M.A., Acton Glebe

Kelso, William, grocer, Acton

Laverty, Rev. George, Tyrones Ditches
Lennon, James, cattle dealer
Little, John James, cattle dealer
Little, David, farmer and grocer
Little, Stewart
Loughlin, James, R.I.C.
Loughlin, Robert, blacksmith

Magennis, H., Iveagh House, auctioneer and commission agent
Mann, Mrs. Agnes, publican
Monaghan, F. J., publican
Monaghan, James, canal inspector
Moody, A., lock keeper, carpenter, and sexton
Moody, Thomas, carpenter
Moorcroft, William, Drumbanagher
Murphy, Frank, cattle dealer
Murray, Patrick, grocer

McClean, J. W., Ballyreagh
McClements, George, publican
McComb, John, cattle dealer, Poyntzpass
McCombe, Thos., cattle dealer and posting establishment
McCombe, M., Pass View
McCullough, Mrs., Acton
McDonald, Edward, tailor
McDonald, Hugh, farmer
McElvaine, Mrs., Union Lodge
McGill, Edward
McKelvey, Mrs. Isabella, grocer and draper, Acton
McKelvey, Mrs. S. J., Grocer; Agent for the "Belfast News-Letter"
McLean, John, Ballyreagh
McMurray, J., carpenter, Drumbanagher
McSherry, J., blacksmith

Nelson, Rev. A., M.A., Rectory, Drumbanagher

Patterson, Mrs., draper

Qua, Samuel, farmer, Tedernagh
Quinn, Patrick, farmer, Ballynalack

Rafferty, Hugh, grocer and publican
Rafferty, Mrs., grocer and publican, Central Hotel
Reside, John, Killabodagh
Robinson, Adam, rural postman, Church Street
Robinson, Thos., farmer, Demone
Ryan, Thos., shoe maker, Tandragee
Ryan, W. J., farmer, Acton

Savage, Robert, Laurel Hill
Searight, J., publican
Shanks, George, Lisnabrague
Shanks, James, Woodbanks
Shanks, Mrs. Eliza, Mill Bank
Singer Sewing Machine Company
Stewart, David, farmer, Dougherty
Stratton, Mary

Traynor, James, farmer

Waddell, J., Aughantaraghan
Waddell, Miss, dress maker
Walsh, Maurice
Ward, Miss, draper
White, Geo., station master
White, John, farmer, surveyor, Demone
Williamson Joseph, Orange Lily House
Wilson, R., Ballinlack House
Wright, Jackson, Ballyreagh
Wright, William, farmer, Aughantaraghan
Wylie, James, Elm Hill
Wylie, John, farmer, Acton
Wylie, M. E., grocer, Acton
Wylie, Wm., farmer, Tanyokey