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1918 Belfast Street Directory

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Enniskillen   Falcarragh   Fintona   Fivemiletown   |   Garvagh   Gilford   Glaslough
Glenarm   Glenavy   Glenties   Gortin   Greyabbey   Groomsport


Enniskillen, an inland town in County Fermanagh, ninety-three miles W. by S. from Belfast, comprising an area of 129 acres.  The town is situated on an island in the river connecting the upper and lower lakes of Lough Erne, and on the adjacent mainland on both sides, which communicate with each other by two bridges.  There is a market for corn, pork, and butter, always well supplied.  Fairs are held on the 10th of every month, on the 26th May and 26th October; markets, Tuesday and Thursday.  The Belfast, Provincial, and Ulster Banks have branches here.  There is also a Savings Bank.  The Assizes for the county, and Quarter and Petty Sessions are held in the town, which is the headquarters of the Constabulary for the county.  The shops' half-holiday is on Wednesday.  The population at the last census was 4,847

Post Office, East Bridge Street - Postmaster, Wm. Croker
Town Clerk - A. W. G. Ritchie, M.A.
Distributor of Stamps - Post Office
Surveyor of Income Tax - W. Sylvester
R.I. Constabulary - County Inspector - S. Hanna.  District Inspectors - Enniskillen, P. A. Marrinan; Kesh, Thos. Cahill
Barracks - Infantry Barracks, Queen Street and Castle Street; Redoubt Military Hospital, Windmill Hill.  4th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (ay present stationed at Buncrana, Co. Donegal); adjutant, Lieut. E. E. J. Moore; quarter-master, Hon. Lieut. J. J. Dooley, North Irish Horse, "C" Squadron - Headquarters, Cheltenham Mount, in charge of Sergeant-Major Barnes
Detachment 12th (Reserve) Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Reserve of the Service Squadron Inniskilling Dragoons, under Captain G. H. Moorehead (commanding officer)
Engineer officer, Lieut. R. D. Pollock
Resident Magistrate - H. Walker, Foot Lodge
Local County Justices of the Peace - Earl of Belmore, D.L.; E. M. Archdale, D.L., M.P.; G. C. Lendrum, D.L.; J. Porter Porter, D.L.; John E. F. Collum, H.M.L.; J. B. Firth, J. A. Irwin, W. Copeland Trimble, G. Fetherstonhaugh, K.C.; P. Crumley, D.L., M.P.; W. R. Cooney, R. W. Strathearn, F. W. Barton, James McGovern, N. Maguire, Jas. Kelly, R. Dickson, W. R. Whyte, J. B. Dillon, John Crozier, James O'Brien, J. Corrigan, and F. Maguire
Clerk of Petty Sessions - W. F. Jones
Dispensary, Head Street - Medical officer, Dr. T. A. Smyth, Townhall Street
Borough Surveyor and Executive Sanitary Officer - Jas. Donnelly; sub-sanitary officer, Wm. Wilson
Newspapers - "Fermanagh Times," Unionist, Thursdays, 1d - Wm. Ritchie, proprietor.  "Impartial Reporter," Unionist (est. 1825), Thursdays, 1d - Wm. Trimble, proprietor.  "Fermanagh Herald," Saturdays, 1d, Nationalist; printed and published at Omagh; branch office, Belmore Street.
Pork, corn, and butter market, Market Lane


Church of Ireland, Church Street - Rev. Canon Webb, M.A., and Rev. T. W. Coursey, B.A.
Presbyterian Church, East Bridge Street - Rev. A. J. Jenkins
Methodist Church, Darling Street - Rev. T. Salter, superintendent
Roman Catholic Chapel, Darling Street - Very Rev. Archdeacon Keown, V.G., P.P.; Revs. Daniel Gormley and F. McManus, curates
Young Men's Christian Association Rooms, East Bridge Street - Secretary, J. Johnston


Banks - Belfast Bank, Townhall Street, R. J. Calvert, jun., manager; Provincial Bank of Ireland, Darling Street, T. H. Young, manager; Ulster Bank, James Ussher, manager; Savings Bank, Church Street, W. J. Wadsworth, actuary
Royal School, Portora, Headmaster, Rev. E. G. Seale, M.A., Dublin University; assistant masters, W. N. Tetley, B.A., St. Catherine's College, Cambridge; A. T. M. Morfet, B.A., St. Peter's College, Cambridge; Rev. W. J. A. Price, B.A., Liverpool University; J. R. Bradshaw, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin; P. A. Kimber (music), W. Mansfield (wood carving, designing, etc.).  Hon. secretary to Board, W. Copeland Trimble, J.P.
Royal School for Girls, Darling Street (under the Fermanagh Protestant Board of Education), principal, Miss Muriel F. Eccles, B.A., sen. moderator, T.C.D.; vice-principal, Miss M. Bradshaw, B.A., R.U.I.; junior mistress, Miss Reade, B.A., R.U.I., junior mistress, Miss Reade, B.A., R.U.I.  Hon. secretary, Mr. W. Copeland Trimble, J.P.  School founded 1916
Registrar for births, marriages, and deaths - Richey Wilson, clerk of union; deputy registrar - Joseph Ross
Fire Brigade - Volunteer.  Hose kept in Town Hall yard & fire escape at Diamond
Enniskillen Nursing Society - Countess of Belmore, president; Rev. A. J. Jenkins, secretary
Enniskillen Branch N.S.P.C.C. - Secretary, Mr. B. Leslie Winslow, solicitor
Masonic Hall is specially reserved portion of Town Hall.  Three lodges - 205 (second Friday), 473 (third Wednesday), and 891 (first Friday); also P.A. Chapter 205 meets first Tuesday in March, June, September, and December.  There is also a High Knight Templar's Preceptory, No. 332; registrar, Thos. Ingram, Ann Street
National Model Schools - Boys' School - Head Master, Mr. M. Wilson.  Female School - Mrs. Rice, head mistress.  Infant School - Miss Taylor, mistress.  St. Michael's National School - Bro. Declain, principal
St. Michael's Intermediate Schools (Roman Catholic) - Bro. H. Neeson, principal
Union Workhouse - (Counties Fermanagh and Cavan) - 44 electoral divisions. Board meets on Tuesdays - John Crozier, J.P., chairman; P. Crumley, D.L., M.P., vice-chairman; Ed. Corrigan, deputy vice-chairman; Earl of Belmore, D.L., chairman R.D.C.; E. M. Archdale, D.L., M.P., vice-chairman R.D.C.; Richey Wilson, clerk; Francis J. Duffy, master; Miss Dolan, matron; Rev. Canon Webb, M.A., Episcopalian chaplain; Rev. A. J. Jenkins, B.A., Presbyterian chaplain; Very Rev. Archdeacon Keown, V.G., P.P., Roman Catholic chaplain
Infirmary - Leonard Kidd, M.D., surgeon; Miss Porter, matron; C. Wilson, registrar resident surgeon
Lough Erne Drainage Board - Office, Courthouse, Enniskillen; chairman, H. A. Burke, D.L., Drumkeen, Ballinamallard; secretary, F. V. Maude, J.P., Prospect, Ballinamallard
Fermanagh Club, Church Street - Hon. secretary, Hon. C. L. Corry; hon. treasurer, J. J. Lunham; club steward, Charles McGregor
Enniskillen Yacht Club, East Bridge Street - Chairman of committee, R. W. Wilson, F.A.I.; secretary, Thos. Dolan, treasurer Belfast Bank; club steward, Robt. Belford
Fermanagh Protestant Orphan Society - Secretary, Rev. John Hall, the Rectory, Garvary
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agents, George Dobson, East Bridge Street; T. A. Armstrong, S.L. & N.C.R.; R. L. White, Courthouse


Adamson & Co., druggists, Darling Street
Agnew Bros., dentists. 8 East Bridge Street
Allen, Mrs., Belnaleck House
Allingham & Ritchie, solicitors, Townhall Street
Armstrong, James, coach builder, Henry Street
Armstrong, T. A., manager S.L. and N.C. Railway, Wesley Street
Atkinson, George A., solicitor and coroner for North Fermanagh, Skea Hall
Atlas Assurance Company's Limited - R. J. Calvert, jun., agent

Barnes, Sergeant-Major T. E., North Irish Horse, Cheltenham Mount
Barnes, Montgomery, bank cashier, Drumclay
Bayly, Miss N., teacher of music, Victoria Terrace
Beamish, ?, representative Midland and London & North-western Railways, Willoughby Place
Belmore, Earl of, D.L., Castlecoole
Betty, M., L.R.C.S.I., Darling Street
Betty & Sons, coach builders, &c, Willoughby Place
Blanc, William, victualler, Church Street
Bleakely, Edward, victualler, Church Street
Bleakely, F., victualler, East Bridge Street
Bleakley, Mrs., victualler, Darling Street
Boyd, Wm., hardware and grocery, High Street
Bracken, Christopher, R.D.C., farmer, The Graan
Brady, Edward, P.L.G., Water Street
Buchannan, W. T., managing director Messrs. Jordan Ltd., High Street
Burkitt, Jas. P., county surveyor, Lawnakilla
Burns, Alex., grocer, Church Street

Calvert, R. J. manager Belfast Bank
Campbell, Thos. F., barber, East Bridge Street
Cathcart & McDonald, grocers, High Street
Chambers, Irvine, grocer, East Bridge Street
Clarke, S. C., solicitor, 7 Anne Street
Clarke & Gordon, solicitors, East Bridge Street
Clingan, R., publican, Church Street
Coalter, Mrs., Willoughby Place
Cole, Viscount, C.M.G., Florencecourt, Enniskillen
Coll, Miss A. B., proprietress Royal Hotel, Townhall Street
Collum, John E. F., H.M.L., Bellevue, Tamlaght
Conboy, T., boot merchant, Church Street
Connor, James, writing clerk, Wellington Place
Cooney, W. R., J.P., Lakeview
Cooper, James, solicitor, Brookview Lodge
Cooper & Co. Ltd., egg and butter exporters, grocers, Diamond
Co-operative Stores, Church Street - Manager, J. Smith
Corrigan, James, J.P., Townhall Street
Corry, Hon. Cecil Lowry, Castlecoole
Coursey, Rev. T. W., B.A., Willoughby Place
Cox Bros., bakers and grocers, Belmore Street
Coyle, B., boot and leather store, Darling Street
Creighton, W. T., furniture dealer, Townhall Street
Croker, W., postmaster, Cheltenham Mount
Crowe, Thomas, grocer, High Street and Drumclay
Crowe, T. M., High Street
Crumley, P., D.L., M.P., P.L.G., East Bridge Street

Darling, James, engineer, Erne View
Davis, Rev. Arthur, B.A., Derrybrook Rectory, Tamlagh Road
Dawson, James, M.R.C.V.S., Belmore Street
Dick, J. & R., gutta percha boot shop, Townhall Street
Dillon, J. B., J.P., grocer & dealer, High Street
Dobson, George, tobacconist and newsagent, East Bridge Street
Doherty, Mrs., publican, Darling Street
Dolan, J. J., deputy clerk of Crown and Peace, Sedan Terrace
Donnelly, J., borough surveyor, Darling Street 
Donnelly, D., & Sons, butchers, High Street
Drum, Robert, painter, paperhanger, decorator &c, Belmore Street
Duff, John, accountant, Sligo, Leitrim and Northern Counties Railway, Sunnybank
Dundas, James, P.L.G., Townhall Street
Dunlop, Rev. J. W., B.A., Boho Rectory
Dyer & Hewitt, Misses, children's clothiers, High Street

Eadie, ?, commercial traveller, Albert Terrace
Eccles, Mrs., Darling Street
Elliott, George, grocer, Church Street
Elliott, George, draper, High Street
Elliott, William, R.D.C., Drummee
Ely, Marquis of, D.L., Ely Lodge and Brighton
Enniskillen, Earl of, K.P., D.L., Florence Court
Enniskillen Printing Works, East Bridge Street (W. Trimble)

Falls, Major C. F., M.A., solicitor
Falls & Pringle, solicitors, Townhall Street
Fearis, T., Church Street
"Fermanagh Herald and Monaghan News," Belmore Street
Flanagan P., boot shop, East Bridge Street
Forsythe, A., sewing machine agent, Belmore Street
Forsythe, R., harness maker etc., Belmore Street
Foster, J. W., Co. Council accountant, Fortmount
Frith, J. B., J.P., The Cross

Galligan, T., draper, High Street
Gillin, J. P., publican, P.L.G., Darling Street
Gillin, Mrs., cabinet warehouse, Townhall Street
Gilmore, J., watch maker, Darling Street
Ginn, James, 4 Orchard Terrace
Gordon, F. G., Willoughby Place
Gordon, Henry E., Church Street
Gordon, Herbert C., solicitor, Church Street
Gordon, Thos., & Co., grocers, Church Street
Graham, George, 6 Willoughby Place
Graham, W. D., solicitor, Belmore Street
Griffith, P., publican, Church Street

Hall, Rev. John, Garvary Rectory, Enniskillen
Hamilton, Wm., Mountview, Drumclay
Hands, Thomas, manager, Gas Company, Fortmount
Hanna, J., Co. Inspector R.I.C., Silverhill
Hanrahan, J. W., Clerk of Crown and Peace, Hollyhill, Enniskillen
Hare, Mrs., jeweller, tobacconist, and newsagent, Townhall Street
Harron, R., draper, High Street
Harte, F., M.R.C.V.S., Belmore Street
Harvey, James, builder, Belmore Street
Healy, Cahir, Belmore Street
Henderson, B., overseer, Post Office
Henderson & Eadie, tweed manufacturers, Church Street
Herbert, Richard, publican, Church Street
Hewitt, Rev. J. F. W., M.A., Florencecourt Rectory
Hume, Jas., Imperial Hotel, Townhall Street
Hurst, Geo., ironmonger, etc., Darling Street
Hurst, Wm. E., Killyhevlin

Inglis, Wm., stationery and fancy warehouse, Belmore Street
Ingram, T., publican, Ann Street
Irvine, Charles, E. R. A., Sessional Crown Solicitor, East Bridge Street, Enniskillen and Drumgoon, Maguiresbridge
Irvine, Wm., boot and shoe shop, Darling Street
Irwin, John A., J.P., Derrygore, Enniskillen

Jenkins, Rev. A. J., The Manse
Johnston, Alfred A., St. Angelo
Johnston, A., farmer, Enniskillen
Johnston, Mrs., draper, Darling Street
Johnston, Miss, proprietress Erne Restaurant, High Street
Johnston, Robert W., Lisgoole Abbey
Johnston, Thomas, & Co., merchants, High Street
Johnston, William, barber, Diamond
Jones, Wm. F., clerk of petty sessions, Willoughby Place
Jordan Ltd., merchants, Church Street

Kelly, Jas., J.P., draper, High Street
Kelly, J., publican, Market Street
Kennedy, Thomas, Albert Terrace
Kerr & Co., haberdashers, Church Street
Kerrigan & Co., publicans, Townhall Street
Kidd, Leonard, M.D., West Bridge House
Kimber, P. A., organist and music teacher, 5 Fort Lea
Kirkpatrick Bros., drapers, Church Street
Knight, Luke P., M.R.C.V.S., 4 Willoughby Place

Latimer, J., grocer, Cross Street
Law, J., grocer and ironmonger, High Street
Lee, W. B., dentist, Darling Street
Lemon, John A., Hollyhill
Lemon, J., & Son, Ltd., coal and iron merchants, East Bridge Street
Liddy, J. J., P.L.G., Temperance Hotel, East Bridge Street
Lipton Ltd., grocers, etc., Church Street
Little, T. J., & Co., grocers, East Bridge Street
London & Lancashire Insurance Company - R. J. Calvert, jun., agent
Lunham, J. J., Willoughby Place

Magee, Patrick, publican and grocer, Townhall Street and East Bridge Street
Maguire Josiah, motor garage and china dealer, Darling Street
Maguire, W. P., solicitor, Victoria Terrace
Maguire & Herbert, solicitors, Townhall Street
Mansfield, John W., principal Technical School, Ely Place
Marrinan, Patrick A., District Inspector R.I.C., Darling Street
Martin, Mrs., publican, Townhall Street
Mattocks, Mrs., 1 Victoria Terrace
Maude, Christopher H., Lenaghan
Maxwell & Son, tailors, High Street
Maxwell, T., auctioneer, Sedan Terrace
Megaw, Miss, publican, High Street
Mercer, T. A., jeweller, High Street
Morris, H., dealer in antiques, East Bridge Street
Moorehead, Captain G. H., Inniskilling Dagoons, Chanterhill (Dragoons?)
Mulhern, James, cabinet maker and fancy warehouse, Darling Street
Mulhern, Mrs., publican, Belmore Street and Darling Street

McAdam, J., hairdresser, Townhall Street
McDonagh, Mrs., Belmore Street
McDonagh & Co., drapers, High Street
McFarland, Rev. Edwd. W., Derryvullen Parsonage, Tamlaght (serving with H.M. Forces)
McGann, D., agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
McGovern, J. P., solicitor, Darling Street
McGovern, James, J.P., High Street
McGrath, H. W., drapers and merchant tailors, Church Street
McGuire, John A., retired County Inspector, R.I.C., 5 Alexandra Terrace
McIlroy Bros., boot merchants, Townhall Street
McIntyre, W. J., railway inspector, 6 Fort Lea
McKeague, Miss, Townhall Street
McKeown Bros., victuallers, Townhall Street
McLean, J. L., draper, High Street
McNamee, Mrs., Railway Hotel, Forthill Street

Nelson, Thos., painter, East Bridge Street

Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation Limited - R. J. Calvert, jun., agent
O'Duffy, F., Orchard Terrace
O'Reilly, Mrs., publican, High Street
O'Reilly, P., publicans, Queen Street and Darling Street

Parker, Alex., grocer, Darling Street
Parker, I. W. (proprietor Adamson & Co., chemists), Darling Street
Parker, Mrs., East Bridge Street
Phair, Thomas, Prospect House
Pierce, Henry, contractor, etc., Wellington Place
Plunkett, Thomas, M.R.I.A., Church Street
Plunkett Ltd., grocers, Church Street
Pratt, Rev. Isaac H., B.D., Rossory Rectory
Pringle, Oliver A., solicitor, Willoughby House, Willoughby Place
Proctor, R., draper, The Diamond

Regan, John, Belmore Street
Rice, Edward, tobacconist, Darling Street
Rice, Mrs. (principal Girls' Model School), Belmore Street
Ritchie, A. W. G., town clerk, Alexandra Terrace
Ritchie, Henry E., solicitor, Townhall Street
Ritchie, R. H., Victoria Terrace
Ritchie, Mrs. William, Townhall Street
Royal Insurance Co. Ltd. - Agent, R. J. Calvert, jun.
Rutherford, Thos., Race View

Scott, Mrs. W., milliner and draper, Townhall Street
Scott, William, county surveyor's office, Townhall Street, Enniskillen
Scottish Co-operative Stores, Henry Street - Wm. R. Whyte, J.P., manager
Shaw, Samuel, plumber, Belmore Street
Singer Sewing Machine Depot, 6 East Bridge Street
Skeffington, W., grocer and baker, Darling Street
Sloan, J., boot merchant, High Street
Smith, J., 3 Orchard Terrace
Smith, Robt., butter merchant, Darling Street
Smith, T., engineer G.N.R., Prospect House
Smith, T. A., M.B., Townhall Street
Smith, W. O., instructor in agriculture, Belmore Terrace
Smyth, T. A., M.B., Townhall Street
Steele, N. J., station master G.N.R.
Steele, Rev. W. B., B.A., Rural Dean, Levally
Stevenson, Robt., druggist, Townhall Street
Stewart, J. B., B.A., F.A.I., P.L.G., auctioneer, East Bridge Street (on active service)
Stewart, Rev. Wm. I., B.A., Cleenish Rectory, Belnaleck
Stuart, Mrs., Alexandra Terrace

Taylor, W. S., L.P.S.I., chemist and druggist, Townhall Street
Teele, Mrs., Dunbar House
Thorpe, F., dentist, Darling Street
Timoney, Philip J., M.D., J.P., County Tuberculosis Officer, Willoughby Place
Townsend, F. G., A.M.I.C.E.I., Victoria Terrace
Trimble, Wm., wholesale stationer and printer, proprietor "Impartial Reporter," East Bridge Street
Trimble, W. Egbert, wholesale paper merchant and journalist, The Battery, Forthill
Trimble, W. Copeland, J.P., M.J.I., East Bridge Street
Tyler & Co., boot and shoe merchants, Townhall Street
Tully, James, draper, High Street

Ussher, James, manager Ulster Bank

Wadsworth, George, grocer, Henry Street
Wadsworth, Wm., accountant, Henry Street
Walker, Herbert, R.M., Fort Lodge
Ward, James, fruiterer, etc., Townhall Street
Ward, Rev. E. Gordon, B.A., locum temens, Derryvellen Rectory, Tamlaght
Weaver, Alfred, stationer, book seller and Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News" Darling Street
Webb, Rev. Canon, M.A., The Rectory, Carlton House, Enniskillen
Whaley, George, general grocer, High Street
Wilkinson, R. H., Inspector Department of Agriculture, Albert Terrace
Wilson, Jas., sorting clerk and telegraphist, East Bridge Street (on active service)
Wilson, R. W., F.A.I., auctioneer, East Bridge Street and Victoria Terrace
Wilson, Wm., sanitary sub-officer, Belmore Street
Wilson, Wm., cattle depot, Enniskillen
Winslow, B. Leslie, solicitor, East Bridge Street and Alexandra Terrace
Wray, John F., LL.B., solicitor, Belmore Street and Willoughby Place
Wynne, Henry E., J.P., engineer Sligo, Leitrim and Northern Counties Railways, Erne Cliff

Yair, Rev. A. J. McM., Trory Parsonage
Young, Thomas H., manager Provincial Bank

Zingg, Robert, manager Imperial Hotel, Townhall Street



Is a neat little town in the County of Donegal, situate about thirty miles from Letterkenny.  It is surrounded on one side by the mountains of Muckish, Aghla, and the lofty peaked Errigal, and by the Atlantic Ocean on the other.  A fair is held on the last Thursday of each month.  Minerals exist to a great extent in the neighbourhood, notably, silver and lead at Keeldrum, soapstone near the gap of Muckish, oxide of iron (bog ore) in the boggy regions near the base of Muckish, flags, equal to those of Caithness, at Meenalaw, slates at Ballyboes, and quartz abound in quantity throughout the surrounding district.  Great quantities of herring are caught in the season at Ballynass Bay, near the village, and the greater bulk of these are despatched by rail, fresh, to the large inland towns, and also to the Midland cities and towns in England and Scotland.

Post Office - Miss A. J. Browne, postmistress; Miss Browne, Miss A. F. Wilkinson, and Miss V. Browne, assistants
R.I. Constabulary - Sergeant Farrell and four constables
Coastguard Station - Chief officer, W. J. Marshall
National Schools - Teachers, P. McElwane, Anthony O'Doherty, Vincent Sweeney, Mrs. Boyle, Mrs. Smullen, Miss Cassidy, and Miss Rodgers
Dispensary - John McDonald, M.D., medical officer
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - John McDonald, M.D.
Petty Sessions (held every fourth Friday) - Magistrates, R. Sparrow, R.M.; Michael McFadden, J.P.; Michael Colgan, J.P.; John McDonald, J.P., M.D.; P. McGinley, J.P.  Clerk of Petty Sessions, Herbert R. Wilkinson
Newsagents - Miss Browne, Andrew McLoone, Mary Cullatin, Wm. Mitchell


Church of Ireland - Rev. W. Anderson
Roman Catholic - Rev. John Boyle, P.P.; Rev. John Murray, C.C.; Rev. J. Kennedy, C.C.


Anderson, Rev. W. G., rector
Aylward, F., Congested Districts Board

Barr, James, ex-R.I.C.
Benson, Thomas
Bonar, Patk., N.S. teacher
Boyle, Hugh, public carrier
Boyle, James, Clerk of Union
Boyle, John, publican, tailor, and outfitter
Boyle, Rev. John, P.P.
Brogan, Hugh, boot maker
Browne, James, posting establishment
Browne, Mrs. J.

Colgan, John, general dealer
Colgan, Marjory, publican
Colgan, Michael, J.P.
Cullatin, Mary, publican

Farrell, Sergeant W., R.I.C.

Gallagher, Edward, publican
Gallagher, John
Gibson, Anne, dress maker
Gowan, William

Hopton, Mrs. Elizabeth, Cottage Hotel

January, Mrs.
Johnston, David, boot maker

Kennedy, Rev. J., C.C.

Matthews, F. H., R.I.C.
Mayes, Thomas, chauffeur
Mitchell, Charles, carrier
Mitchell, Wm., posting establishment

McBride, John, publican
McBride, Sarah, Temperance Hotel
McCarthy, Mrs. E., grocer
McCausland, Thomas, whitesmith
McClafferty, Ellen
McClintock, Thos., poor rate collector
McDonald, John, M.D., J.P., Roseville
McElwane, Patrick, N.S. teacher
McFadden, Charles, Errigal Hotel
McFadden, C. P., cycle agent
McFadden, Sarah, dress maker
McGinley, Grace, Hotel
McGinley, Patk., draper, grocer and hardware merchant
McGinley, Patrick, J.P.
McLean, John, laundry
McLoone, Andrew, draper and grocer
McRandal, Charles, Customs and Excise officer

O'Doherty, Anthony, N.S. teacher
O'Donnell, Miss, grocer
O'Leary, J., R.I.C.

Quin, James, lodging house

Rodgers, Miss

Stewart, William, gardener
Sweeney, Mary, publican

Wilkinson, Herbert R., Petty Sessions Clerk
Wilkinson, Mrs., The Nest


The town of Fintona is situated in the southern division of the County of Tyrone, and is noted for its commercial activity and importance of its fairs and markets, which rank among the most successful in the county.  A market for pork, corn, butter, etc., is held every Friday, and a horse, cattle, sheep, and pig fair on the 22nd of each month.  Some years ago a nine-hole golf course, reputed to be one of the finest and most picturesque inland links in Ireland, was laid out on the Ecclesville grounds, and the privileges then granted to the local club have been further extended by the present owner, Mr. Browne Lecky.  The shops' half-holiday is on Wednesday.  The population of the town according to the census of 1911 was 1,100

Post Office - Mrs. Bullick, postmistress


Church of Ireland - Parish Church - Rev. R. Warrington, B.D., rector
Presbyterian Church - Rev. H. McMaster
Methodist Church - Rev. W. Clarke
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. Rapmund, P.P.; Rev. J. Timoney, C.C.


Dispensary Station - Dr. F. Bradley, medical officer


Northern Banking Company - John Gerard Buchanan, manager; R. Clarke, cashier; Miss Buchanan, clerk
Hibernian Banking Company - W. Grehan, manager; J. J. Harrison, accountant
Ulster Bank - Branch office open market and fair days. Attendance from Omagh


Castletown (Parochial) - J. Harmon Williams, principal; Mrs. Williams, assistant
King Street (Male) - P. McCaffrey, principal
King Street (Female) - Mrs. McCaffrey, principal
District Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. F. Bradley
Fintona Golf Club - Secretary, J. H. Williams


Amberson, J., house agent
Andrews, J., farmer, Cornamuckla

Ballintine, S., novelty house
Baxter, John, proprietor Eccles Arms Hotel
Beattie, Thos. K., pawnbroker and boot and shoe merchant
Beattie, Wm., watch maker and jeweller
Bell, R. J., creamery proprietor and manager, Fintona saw and scutch mills
Bradley, Patrick, clothes dealer and motor car owner
Breen, Mrs., grocer
Breen, Robert, spirit merchant
Browne-Lecky, J. L., Ecclesville
Bryan, Constable, R.I.C.
Buchanan, A. H. R., mill owner
Buchanan, J. F., grocer and hardware merchant and commissioner for taking affidavits
Bullick, Wm., The Beeches, Fintona
Bullick & Co., drapers
Butler, John, clog maker

Campbell, W., spirit merchant
Carney, James, spirit merchant
Carr, J., general dealer
Cassidy, James, entertainment
Chambers, James, M.D., J.P., Brookwood
Coleman, Mrs., grocer
Connolly, Edward, station master G.N.R.
Connolly, Miss, draper
Coulter, W. J., builder and contractor
Crozier, D., watch maker
Culgin, Mrs., newsagent
Curry, Robert, jun., tailor
Curry, William, jun., tailor

Devlin, Miss Rose, draper
Devlin, Mrs. Mary, grocer
Devlin, Thos., furniture dealer
Donnelly, J., blacksmith, Rathwarren
Donnelly, J. K., spirit merchant
Donnelly, Neil, tailor
Dowd, J., porter G.N.R.
Duncan, R., farmer, Cavan

Eardley, Miss, spirit merchant
Emerson, Sergeant R.I.C.
Ewing, Constable, R.I.C.

Farrelly, W., constable R.I.C.
Fawcett, F., grocer
Flanagan, Miss, N.T., Tyreenan N.S.
Foster, Constable, R.I.C.

Gallagher, J., creamery manager
Gavin, Michael, D.C., carpenter
Gorman, Neal
Guy, Wm., boot and shoe and hardware merchant and general grocer

Hackett, James, lodgings and entertainment
Hagan, Mrs., entertainment
Hamilton, Thomas, sen., boot maker
Hamilton, Thos., jun., hairdresser and newsagent
Hannah, Michael, post car owner and carter
Harper, Mrs., Legatigle
Heslip, Miss, teacher, Skelga N.S.
Hewitt, Wm., boot maker
Houston, James, farmer, Ardatinney
Houston, Richard, farmer, Feenan
Howley, special constable, R.I.C.

Irvine, Alex., pork, poultry and fruit dealer

Johnston, Hugh, farmer, Attaghmore House
Johnston, John, farmer, Sessiagh
Johnston, John, farmer, Attaghmore House
Johnston, J. J. K., Cranny Vale
Johnston, Matthew, chemist, The Pharmacy
Johnston, Richard, farmer, Killymoonan
Jones, Wm., grocer and provision merchant
Jordan, A., dealer and bill poster

Kelly, Francis, tailor
Kelly, M., cattle dealer
Keys, J., motor car owner
King, Joseph, ex-constable R.I.C.
King, Thomas, farmer, Cumber
Kyle, R. J., J.P., farmer, The Diamond

Magee, J., constable R.I.C.
Malseed, Henry, draper
Martin, Mrs., Legamaghery
Maxwell, David, grocer
Mitchell, W., butcher
Monaghan, Wm. J., spirit merchant
Moore, Robert, hairdresser and postman
Moore, William, van driver, G.N.R.
Moss, Mrs. M., Echo Villa
Moss, Patrick, grocer, tobacconist and agent for embroidery; Press Representative
Muldoon, E., pork butcher
Muldoon, Francis, cooper
Muldoon, Michael, cooper
Mullin, Patrick, whitesmith

McAtee, F., spirit merchant
McBrine, Wm., ex-constable R.I.C.
McCabe, Miss Kate, trained nurse
McCaffrey, Bernard, dealer
McCaffrey, Mrs., dress and mantle maker
McCaffrey, Patrick, draper
McCarroll, J., spirit merchant
McClelland, W. J., N.T., Lisnacreive N.S.
McClintock, Col. John Knox, J.P., D.L., Seskinore
McClintock, The Misses, drapers
McCoy, Mrs., entertainment
McCrea, S., draper
McCrystal, James, cattle drover
McCusker, J., postman
McCusker, Miss, lodging house
McGaughey, H., horse dealer
McGrenaghan, E., saddler, King Street
McGuigan, Eugene, butcher
McGuigan, John, post car owner, Main Street
McGuigan, John, motor car owner and clothes dealer, King Street
McGuigan, Patk., sen., grocer, post car owner and undertaker
McGuigan, Patk., jun., post car proprietor
McKee, John, carpenter
McKenna, Mrs., spirit merchant
McKinney, J., farmer, Legatigle
McLaren, Joseph, grocer
McLaren, Joseph, boot and shoe warehouse
McLaughlin, J., farmer, Springmount
McLafferty, P., carpenter
McMackin, Mrs., Rathfragan
McNally, J., spirit merchant
McNulty, Daniel, D.C., J.P., grocer and baker
McPoland, Joseph, head porter, G.N.R.

Neeley, W. E., J.P., merchant tailor

Owens, John, J.P., boot and shoe maker
O'Kane, John, sen., fowl dealer
O'Kane, John, jun., fowl dealer
O'Neill, Miss, N.T., Tattymoyle N.S.
O'Neill & Co., drapers

Perry, Mrs. M., spirit merchant

Quinn, Mrs., draper
Quinn, Patrick, fowl dealer

Rankin, W. G., railway clerk
Rodgers, Owen, school attendance officer and restaurant proprietor
Roger Bros., tea merchants

Slevin, Patrick, spirit merchant
Smyth, Mrs., grocer
Sproule, A. H. R., J.P., Denamona House
Steen, A. R., Rathwarren
Stevenson, James, carpenter
Stewart, George, draper
Stewart, Jos., grocer and provision merchant
Stewart, W., grocer
Stewart, Samuel, Agent for "Belfast Weekly News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"

Taylor, Neville, petty sessions clerk
Taylor & Co., watchmakers and jewellers
Tubman, Thos., grocer and provision merchant

Walker, J., V.S.
Warnock, Hugh, farmer, Skelga
Warnock, James, farmer, Skelga
Warnock, James, farmer, Aughadreenan
Warnock, William, farmer, Fallaghearn
Watterson, William, watchmaker
Williams, P. R., grocer and hardware merchant, Imperial Hotel
Wilson, Andrew, newsagent
Wilson, Robert, farmer, Rathwarren
Wright, James, shoe maker


A market town with 528 inhabitants, in the southern extremity of County Tyrone, near the Fermanagh boundary, on a ridge which forms the Watershed between the Erne and the Northern Blackwater, which flows into Lough Neagh.  Before the Ulster Plantation it is said to have been called Ballynalurgan, and for some time afterwards to have borne the name of Blessingbourne, that of the Plantation Manor in which it is situated.  Early in the last century, however, it acquired its present name, supposed to be derived from the fact that it is five miles from Clogher, Tempo, and Brookeborough respectively.  It is a station on the Clogher Valley Light Railway, 28 miles (statute) from Tynan Junction.  There is a weekly pork, butter, corn and egg market, and a monthly cattle fair.  The business of the town has much increased since the opening of the Clogher Valley line in 1885, and it is expected to increase in size and prosperity.  It lies in the midst of a leasing (pleasing), undulating, well-timbered, well-farmed portion of the Clogher Valley.


Church of Ireland - Rev. Walter Brown, The Rectory, Coonian; Rev. Thos. Dagg, The Rectory; Rev. Montgomery Brown, The Rectory, Colebrooke; Rev. John Crooks, The Rectory, Clabby
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Thos. Edwards; Rev. Mr. McDowell, Aughentaine
Methodist Church - Rev. Edward White, The Manse; Rev. R. Maguire, minister
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. Kelly, P.P., Ballyvadden; Rev. M. McGee, Cooneen
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. W. E. Blakely; Joseph Coalter, deputy-registrar
Northern Bank - S. Darragh, manager
Ulster Bank - Market and fair days


Abraham Bros., egg merchant
Adams, Miss, teacher, Cavanaleck
Anderson, Robert, chemist
Armstrong, Andrew, Creive
Armstrong, Frank, auctioneer
Armstrong, G., farmer
Armstrong, Henry, D.C., Artclea

Bamford, Henry, Model Farm, Cavanaleck
Bannock, Peter, manager, Fivemiletown Agricultural and Dairy Society
Barnett, John, farmer
Barnett, Mrs., Ballagh
Barber, George, carpenter
Beatty, Archibald, hotel keeper
Beatty, Jos., egg merchant, Aughater
Beatty, Richard, Cavanaleck
Beatty, William, Cavanaleck
Bell, Lizzie, boot and china warehouse
Bell, Wm. H., grocer and confectioner
Benson, Richard, blacksmith
Blackwood, D., dentist
Blakely, Wm. E., surgeon, Lismoyle
Boyd, Mrs., temperance refreshment rooms
Boyd, Thomas, railway guard
Branagin, Patrick, engine driver
Bratton, J., Cavanaleck
Breadon, Saml., National School teacher
Breadon, William, grocer, Coonian
Broomfield, Edward, draper
Brown, W., engine driver
Bryan, John, Model Farm, Lungs
Busby, Henry, blacksmith

Callaghan, Frank, car and motor proprietor
Caldwell, William, grocer, Elderwood
Cameron, G., teacher, Murley N.S.
Campbell, Thos., telegraph messenger
Carruth, Robert, carpenter
Carruth, Thos., railway guard
Carson, Joseph, sergeant R.I.C.
Caulfield, Edward, tinsmith
Colgan, Morgan, butcher
Collen, Richard, egg merchant
Condell, Henry, egg merchant
Cooke, W., Cavanaleck
Coulter, Jos., petty sessions clerk and commissioner of oaths
Creighton, Miss, boarding house
Cullinan, J., publican
Curran, Thomas, artist
Cuthbertson, Mrs., postmistress, Aughentaine

Darragh, Samuel, manager Northern Banking Co. Ltd.
Dougherty, John, road contractor
Drogan, Tim, game keeper, Blessingbourne

Early, Robert, draper
Elliott, Alexander, grocer

Gamble, James, school teacher, Cavans
Gillespie, John, fruit shop
Gillespie, John, merchant tailor
Gillespie, Noble, grocer and baker
Gillespie, T. J., tailor
Gillespie, Wm., wine and spirit merchant
Gilmore, E., farmer, Cranhill
Graham, David William, solicitor
Graham, John, carpenter
Graham, William, blacksmith
Graham, W. D., agent Royal Insurance Co., Cranbrooke
Graham, William, corn mills, Coonian
Gray, Robert, cycle shop
Green, James, school teacher, Creive

Hackett, Patrick, rural postman
Hackett, Thomas, caretaker Fivemiletown Waterworks
Haire, James, farmer, Rosmilland
Hamilton, Henry, D.C., Creive Hill
Harper, William, flax and corn mills, Corrylongford
Hayes, James, school teacher, Tyreghan
Henderson, John, saddler
Hetherington, John, road contractor
Hunter, Fred, egg merchant

Irwin, William, Murley
Irvine, George M., D.C., Murley
Irvine, Montgomery, station master
Irwin, Richard, fireman

Jenkins, Charles, cashier
Johnston, J. W., & Co., Family Grocers, etc., Agents for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Johnston, Patk., farmer, Broomhill
Johnston, Robert, rate collector
Johnston, Wm., stone mason
Johnstone, T., Tattyreagh

Keenan, Bernard, rural postman
Keenan, James, civil bill officer
Keenan, Mrs., refreshment rooms
Kennedy, William, Comaghy
Kemp, Miss, school teacher
Keys, Miss
Kidd, T., Corrylongford
Kilpatrick, J., Cavanaleck
Kirkpatrick & Allan, drapers
Knox-Browne, Colonel, D.L., J.P., Aughentain Castle
Kyle, Samuel, grocer
Kyle, Thomas, & Co., drapers

Laurence, Thomas, & Co., drapers
Lavelle, Anthony, refreshment rooms
Lendrum, S. & E., drapers
Lendrum, John, J.P., Cleen
Little, Frank, grocer, Clabby
Little, Wm., gardener, Corcrievy House

Martin, George, builder and timber merchant
Martin, George, Corcreevy
Martin, James, tailor
Martin, John, hardware merchant
Martin, Miss, drapery
Martin, Miss, post office, Coonian
Mills, John, land steward, Blessingbourne
Mills, John, bailiff
Mitchell, R. J., farmer, Killybane
Moan, James, tailor
Monaghan, John, teacher, Mullaghfad
Montgomery, Hugh de Fellenberg, D.L., J.P., Blessingbourne
Montgomery, Irvine, station master
Montgomery, Wm., grocer, Coonian
Moore, David, boot maker
Moore, Joseph, boot maker
Morrison, Fred, draper
Morrow, Thomas, railway porter
Moyna, Robert, gardener, Blessingbourne
Mulligan, Geo., coachman, Blessingbourne
Murray, John, teacher, Cooneen

McAlpin, George, D.C., Lossett
McCaffery, Daniel butcher
McCausland, James, horse dealer
McClintock, Alfred, sexton Methodist Church
McCollum, James, sexton Presbyterian Church
McComb, Miss, school teacher
McCoy, Robert, painter
McCoy, William, hotel porter
McCullough, Miss, fancy warehouse
McCullough, Miss, school teacher
McGerry, John, cooper
McGerry, John, grocer, Murley
McGerry, Mrs., nurse tender
McGerry, Patrick, thatcher
McGloughlin, Frank, railway clerk
McGloughlin, John, hawker
McGloughlin, Wm., boarding house
McKenna, Joseph, cycle shop
McKenna, Mrs., school teacher, Aughentaine
McLoughlin, Wm., road contractor
McMahon, John, butcher
McMahon, Mary Ann, teacher, Tyreshan School
McMullan, Samuel, school teacher, Clabby
McNeice, James, engine driver
McNulty, John, baker
McQuaid, Daniel, civil bill officer, Coonian
McQuaid, Daniel, game keeper
McSwiggan, James, grocer and egg merchant
McSwiggan, John, pork buyer
McSwiggan, Miss Jennie, telegraph clerk

Neely, Henry, fowl dealer
Nixon, Jacob, Post Office, Clabby
Noble, Benjamin, coach builder
Noble, Richard, egg merchant, Creive

Owens, Hugh, boot maker
O'Mally, W., general draper

Price, Harry, teacher, Colebrooke
Primrose, James, teacher, Aughavoury

Rafferty, Patrick
Reid, Matthew, artist
Reilly, Robert, sexton
Richey, Mrs. E. J., postmistress
Richey, J. W., insurance and shipping agent
Roach, Patrick, artist
Rusk, Robert, farmer, Cavanaleck

Sands, Mrs., postmistress, Sciencron
Scholes, Rebecca and Martha, boot warehouse
Shaw, John, auctioneer
Sissons, George, butler
Stewart, Andrew, Mullasellogue House
Stewart, Jackson, farmer, Lislane
Stuart & Co., drapers
Sullivan, P., saddler

Tavener, Jacob, grocer and leather merchant
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, James B. Stewart
Thompson, R., Tattyreagh
Tierney Patrick, watch maker
Tierney Bros., photographers
Torrence, James, car driver
Trimble, Robert, Courthouse caretaker
Troughton, John, hairdresser

Wallace, John, J.P., merchant
Wallace, John C., auctioneer
Watson, S., land steward, Aughentaine
Weir, Mrs., Corcreevy House
White, John, rural postman
Wigham, Thomas, grocer
Williams, Fred., postman
Williams, Sydney, photographer
Wilson, Crozier, grocer, Tatnaheglish
Woods, Mrs., Ballyvadden Cottage
Wright, Samuel, fowl dealer

Young, Austin, spirit merchant
Young, George, hardware store & hotel


This pretty little town is situate almost on the extreme verge of the County Derry, being only four miles from the River Bann, which divides it from County Antrim.  It is nine miles Irish from Coleraine, and twenty-three from Derry City.  It is considered by judges to be one of the prettiest little towns in Ulster, or perhaps in Ireland.  This is greatly owing to the great breadth of its main street, which is second to none in the North in that respect.  It is also of some historic interest, especially for a battle fought between Loyalists commanded by Colonel Canning, and Sir Phelim Roe O'Neill, in 1641, in which Colonel Canning's force was defeated and himself killed.  It is a good agricultural and cattle raising district; the soil is of a dry, light nature, easily laboured, and not easily injured by drought or wet.  Markets are held three days in the week - Tuesday and Thursday for grain; Friday for pork, butter and eggs.  There is also a monthly fair, third Friday each month, for cattle, sheep, and horses.  Good fishing and shooting can be had in the neighbourhood of the town, which in 1911 had a population of 494.

Post Office - Miss A. M. Wallace, postmistress
Petty Sessions - Clerk, James Rankin; court held last Thursday of each month; clerk, Robert Paul (pro.tem.); summons server and C.B.O., R. Lamont
Royal Irish Constabulary - Sergeant George Patton, in charge of station; Inspector of weights & measures, Sergeant George Patton, Garvagh
Ulster Bank - Manager, John Niblock; cashier, J. V. Sharpe
Doctor - A. M. Adams, L.R.C.P.S., medical officer Garvagh Dispensary District
Garvagh Drug Store - Dr. Adams, proprietor
Registrar of Births, etc. - A. M. Adams, L.R.C.P.S.
Assistant Registrar - H. McAlister
Nurse and Midwife - Miss Hegarty


Church of Ireland - Errigal and Desertoghill Parish, Rev. W. H. Morrison, LL.D., rector; Rev. W. Morrison, parochial secretary; Lieut.-Col. McCausland, parochial treasurer; Messrs. Mitchell S. Rankin, and Arthur Church, church wardens
Presbyterian - First Garvagh, Rev. M. Majury, B.A., B.D.; Second Garvagh, Rev. S. B. Thomson, B.A.; Moneydig, Rev. W. Hall Stewart; Ringsend, Rev. R. Moore, jun.
Reformed Presbyterian Church - Rev. W. McCullough, Ballylagan, Ballymoney
Roman Catholic - Errigal Parish - Rev. J. Kearney, P.P.; Rev. J. Coulter, C.C.  Desertoghill Parish - Rev. P. McCrea, P.P.; Rev. P. McGeown, C.C., Kilrea


Adams, A. M., M.D., Garvagh
Campbell, J. F., Gortacloghan
Dempsey, Bernard, Cornamuckla, Aghadowey
Garvagh, Lord, D.L., Garvagh House
Gilmore, Thomas, Killyvalley
Gribbon, Henry, Gortmacrane, Kilrea
Hazlett, Samuel, Moneydig
Henry, M. J., Lisnagrot
Hazlet, Colonel R. J., Bovagh, Aghadowey
Hilton, W. J., Dullaghy, Kilrea
Macausland, Lieut.-Colonel, Woodbank House
Moon, Jas. T., J.P., Ballydevitt, Aghadowey
Mullan, George, Corlecky
Murphy, W. Q., R.M., Barrister-at-Law
McIntyre, J. A., Ballymenagh, Garvagh
McKeenan, W. J., Movanagher, Kilrea
O'Hagan, Daniel J., Glenkeen
O'Kane, Bernard, Mayboy
O'Kane, Patrick, Kilrea
Rankin, Robert P., Lisbuoy, Killykergan, Coleraine
Smyth, Major Arthur C., Ballintemple, Garvagh
Stronge, Capt. Charles E., Lizard Manor, Aghadowey
Watney, F. M., Landmore, Aghadowey


Ballyagan - Thomas Moore
Boleran - Thomas Gill
Carhill - Miss Jameson
The canning School - Mrs. Kate McShane, principal; Miss Hunter, assistant
The Upper School - Alex. McCotter, principal; Miss Agnes Dickson, assistant
Glen Ullin - John McNicholl; Miss Nellie Smyth, assistant
Lisnascreaghhog - J. Murphy; Mrs. P. McRory, assistant
Magheramore - John Corrigan
Moneycarrie - James Ferguson, principal
Moneydig - James Anderson
Ringsend - Miss Forbes, principal


Garvagh Cattle, Poultry, Dog and Flower Show - John Niblock, treasurer; Jas. Rankin, C.P.S., hon. secretary
Garvagh Co-operative Agricultural and Dairy Society Ltd. - David McMillan, secretary and manager
Garvagh Unionist Association - Secretary, Matthew Craig
Grove Co-operative Agricultural and Dairy Society Ltd. - W. J. Hilton, Dullaghy, secretary
Orange and Protestant Friendly Society (Garvagh Branch) - Thos. Graham, secy.


Canning Arms - Jane Johnston
Commercial - Mrs. John O'Kane
Imperial - Albert Moore
Royal - Hugh Wade


Anderson, Mrs. W. J., Ardavon

Blake, Alexander, grocer, fruiterer, motor and cycle agent
Boylan, Daniel, licensed publican, grocer and wool agent
Boyle, Miss R. A., grocer and confectioner
Boyle, W. J., station master
Bradley, John, carpenter
Bradley, Michael, stone mason
Bradley, Wm., pump sinker
Bradshaw, Rev. W.
Brown, Mrs. David, grocer and haberdasher

Caldwell, James, gardener
Caldwell, James, jun., stone mason
Caldwell, Miss, dress maker
Campbell, Alexander, car driver
Campbell, John F., land surveyor and valuer, Gortacloghan
Canning, Mrs. Wm., laundry
Cathcart, Mrs. W., laundry
Cathcart, Wm., blacksmith
Clarke, W., & Sons, bleach works, Moneycarry
Cooke, William
Coyle, James, cooper
Craig, Matthew, Unionist registration agent
Crowe, Wm., fowl dealer
Cunningham, Alex., coach builder and steam sawyer
Cunningham, J., saddler

Dallas, George, watchmaker and jeweller and photographer
Deeney, Mrs. C., lodging house keeper
Dickson, Thos., grocer, grain and provision merchant
Dunlop, John, grocer, grain and meal merchant

Ferguson, Henry, coach builder
Ferris, Mrs. J., haberdasher and milliner
Fleming, James, blacksmith
Fleming, Mrs., boot and shoe merchant

Garvagh, Lord, Garvagh House
Gault, John, umbrella repairer
Getty, William, Danesfort
Gibson, Samuel, carpenter
Gilmour, Archibald, retired farmer
Gilmour, Matthew, grocer, egg, grain and provision merchant
Gilmour, Wm. T., grocer, Ballinameen
Graham, Jas., shoe maker
Graham, Thomas, hair dresser
Grey, W., mason

Henry, Edward, Tamneymore, cattle dealer
Henry, John, R.D.C., publican
Henry, William, horse clipper

Johnston, Jane, Canning Arms Hotel
Johnston, Matthew, tailor and clothier
Johnston, Mrs. M., dress maker
Johnston, Thomas, butcher
Johnston, William, car driver

Kane, James, fowl dealer
Kerr, David G., auctioneer, etc.

Lamont, Robert, grocer, C.B.O., and Summons server
Linton, Joseph, grocer
Lyttle, Mrs. S.

Macausland, Lieutenant Colonel R. C. S., J.P., Woodbank House
Macausland, The Misses, Woodbank Cottage
Madill, Miss E.
Majury, Matthew, B.A., B.D.
Mann, Alex. L., watchmaker and jeweller
Marks, John, miller
Mathieson, George, land steward
Matier, Mrs. J., milliner, haberdasher
Milliken, David, tailor and clothier
Milliken, Samuel M., news correspondent
Moore, Albert, Imperial Hotel, grocer and spirit merchant
Moore, Robert, & Co., clothiers and woollen drapers
Moore, The Misses, dress makers
Mulholland, Wm., butcher
Mullan, James, cattle dealer

McAlister, H., solicitor's clerk, insurance agent, and news correspondent
McCann, Henry, pump sinker
McCay, James, carpenter
McCay, Joseph, carpenter
McCloy, Miss Lizzie
McCool, Patk., grocer and boot merchant
McKee, William, grocer
McKeeman, Mrs. Wm., woollen draper
McLeod, Albert, saddler
McMaster, Alex., tailor
McMillan, Alex., boot and shoe manufacturer and leather merchant
McMillan, John, Inchaleen, poor rate collector and sub-sanitary officer
McMillan, Miss, grocer
McMillan, Mrs. Mary, Fancy Warehouse and Agent for the "Belfast News-Letter" and the "Belfast Weekly News"
McMullan, George, shoe maker
McMullan, Miss, dress maker
McNeary, Wm. J., baker and confectioner
McNicholl, Michael, licensed publican
McShane, John, cattle dealer

O'Connell Brothers, butchers
O'Connell, Charles, cattle dealer
O'Connell, Miss Sarah, licensed publican
O'Connell, Mrs. Thos., lodging house keeper
O'Kane, Echlin, publican and cattle dealer
O'Kane, Wm., solicitor, insurance agent, etc.
O'Mullan, James, grocer, &c.
O'Mullan, John, boot merchant
O'Neill, John, blacksmith

Paul, Samuel, grocer and farmer

Rankin, James, C.P.S., Commissioner of Oaths and auctioneer
Reid, Miss, dress maker
Robertson, David, grocer
Robertson, Robt., grocer, hardware, bookseller and general merchant
Robertson, Wm., china and delph merchant
Roxborough, Samuel, grocer

Simpson, Miss M., letter carrier
Skelly, John, painter, glazier and paper hanger
Skelly, Mrs. J., dress maker
Skelly, Richard, shoe maker
Smyth, Major Arthur, J.P., Ballintemple House
Stewart, Samuel, corn mill owner, Kurin

Thompson, Thos. B., grocer, cycle agent, etc.
Turner, William, steam saw mill
Turner, Wm., delph, second-hand clothing, etc.

Wade, Hugh, Royal Hotel, grocer, and spirit merchant
Wallace, Mrs., embroidery agent


Adams, Robert John, Gortfad
Adams, William James, Gortfad
Armstrong, Robert John, Dullaghy

Berryman, George, Ballinameen
Boylan, Charles, Tirkeeran
Boyle, W. J., Landgivey

Campbell, John F., Gortacloghan
Canning, Robertson, Gortlfad
Carrick, James, Ballynacally More
Caskey, James, Craigmore
Church, Arthur, Dullaghy
Clarke, Matthew, Ballyagan
Clyde, John, Bellury
Cooke, James, Dullaghy

Dinsmore, William, Culnaman

Fleming, Gabriel, Belraugh
Fleming, John, Belraugh
Fleming, Thomas, Killyvalley
Fullarton, William J., Lisachrin

Gilmore, James, Boghilboy
Gilmore, James, Inshaleen
Gilmore, Thomas, R.D.C., Killyvally
Gilmore, William T., Killyvally
Glass, James, Carballintober
Glass, Robert, Moyletratoy
Glenn, Solomon, Liscall
Gould, William, Shanlongford
Governor, John, Craigall

Hagan, Daniel J., J.P., Glenkeen
Henry, Daniel, Gortnamoynagh
Henry, Edward, Tamneymore
Henry, John, R.D.C., Gortnamoynagh
Henry, John, Bellury
Hezlett, Samuel, J.P., Moneydig
Hilton, Wm. James, R.D.C., Dullaghy
Holmes, Mrs. Robert, Moyletrakill
Houston, Thomas D., Gortacloghan

Johnston, John, Garvagh

Kennedy, Samuel, Lisnamuck
Kennedy, Samuel, Culnaman
Kerr, Arthur, Glenkeen

Laughlin, Mrs. T., Moyletrakill
Linton, Thomas John, Carballintober

Millen, Robert J., Shanlongford
Moon, James T., Ballydevitt
Moore, Robert, Carballintober
Morrison, John, Moneydig
Mullan, Daniel, Altduff
Mullan, John, Belraugh
Mullan, John, Meavemacknogher
Mullan, Mrs. Hugh, Cuilbane

McCahon, Alexander, Ballylame
McCay, Rev. William, Carrowreagh
McClenaghan, Robert, Bellury
McCleland, Thomas, Ballinameen
McCooke, Hugh, Moyletratoy
McCurdy, John, sen., Shanlongford
McFetridge, John, Cah
McFetridge, Thomas, Cullyramer
McFetridge, Alexander, Boghilboy
McGrath, James, Inchaleen
McLenaghan, Archibald, Carballintober
McMaster, Wm., Inchaleen
McNeary, Robert, Garvagh
McNeary, Thomas A., Garvagh
McPherson, Adam, Freugh
McShane, Cormac, Altduff

O'Kane, Bernard, Maybuoy
O'Kane, Joseph, Glenkeen
O'Mullan, Mrs., Ashlanaduff
Orr, Alexander, Ballyagan

Patterson, Alexander, Drumacrow

Robertson, Robert, Crockindollagh
Robinson, John, Cah

Shannon, William, Cuilbane
Stephens, Michael, Mavemanougher
Stewart, Hugh, Killyvalley
Stewart, James, Kurin
Stewart, Joseph L., Lisachrin
Stewart, Robert, Ballynameen

Taylor, John, Movenis
Torrens, Robert, Culnaman
Toye, John, Cullyramer

Walker, John, Mettican
Wallace, Alexander, Trienaltenagh
Wallace, James W., Trienaltenagh
Wells, Thomas K., Ballintemple
Wilson, James A., Ballyagan
Woods, Robert, Inshaleen


Adams, R. J., Gortfad - flax
Blair, Wm., Ballynacally - flax
Boylan, Charles, Tirkeeran - corn & flax
Clarke, W., & Sons, Moneycarry - beetling
Cochrane, Alexander, Shanlongford, Ringsend - corn
Co-operative Flax Mill, Movenis - John Gilmore, Mayoughill, secretary
Cunningham, Alexander, Garvagh - saw
Hegarty, J. H., Ballynacally, Blackhill - corn and flax
Hunter, Leslie, Bovagh - flax
Loughlin, Mrs., Moyletrakill - flax
Millen, R. J., Shanlongford, Ringsend - flax
Mullan, Hugh, The Green - flax and tow
McCay, Joseph, Garvagh - saw
McFetridge, A., Boghilbuoy - corn and flax
Stewart, Samuel, Garvagh - corn
Turner, Wm., Ballynameen - saw
Wallace, Richard, Crockindollagh - flax
Wilson, James, Ballyagan - flax


A market town, situated on the right bank of the River Bann, in the County Down, with extensive flax spinning and linen yarn bleaching works, about equidistant from Banbridge and Portadown - say four and a half miles from each of these towns.  Above and below this little town the banks of the Bann are extremely picturesque, being embellished with handsome country residences and well-wooded demesnes.  The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday

Town Commissioners - Thos. C. Rogers, J.P., chairman; J. B. Johnson, M.D.; E. J. Kennedy, Thomas Vaughan, Wm. Curran, Wm. McDowell, Jas. Craig, Geo. Brown, Alex. Thompson; John Roberts, town clerk
Physician - J. B. Johnson, M.D.
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, John H. Gough
Petty Sessions held last Wednesday of each month - J. S. Dunwoody, clerk
Registrar for Births, Marriages, and Deaths, and Dispensary - Robert Martin, M.D.
Royal Irish Constabulary Barracks - Sergeant Walsh


Church of Ireland - Rev. J. G. Martin; Rev. E. A. Myles, Tullylish Rectory
Presbyterian Church - Rev. John Cochrane
Methodist Church - Rev. John A. Walton and Rev. J. G. Whitaker
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Joseph Doyle, P.P.; Rev. Wm. McGinn, P.P.; and Rev. James McCorry
Schools - Dunbarton - W. Manwell, Miss Hunter.  Gilford - Mr. Hadden, Miss Manwell.  Castle Hill - Mr. and Mrs. Boyle


Dunbarton Street

Brennan, Mrs., grocer
Brown, George, bleacher
Cameron, Mrs.
Craig, James, victualler
Eccles, Miss
Gough, J. H., stationer
Hanna, A. J., shoe maker
Hunter, Miss, post office
Joyce, H., grocer and draper
Kennedy, John, publican
Kennedy, E. J., draper and tailor
Kennedy, Miss, milliner
Kinley, James, victualler
Lilburn, Miss, dress maker and draper
Livingstone, G., greengrocer
Livingston, Ross, spirit merchant
Manwell, William, teacher
McConville, Bernard, cattle dealer
McElroy, D., draper, Agent for the "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Pentland, Mrs.
Phillips, Alexander, tailor
Ready Cash Co., milliners and drapers
Richardson, J., druggist
Ring, Mrs.
Sallins, A., carpenter
Thompson, Alex., grocer
Turley, Hugh
Vaughan, Joseph, carrier
Vaughan, Thomas, mill overseer
White, James, coal yard
White, S., grocer

Mill Street

Boyd, Nurse
Gibney, Michael, pensioner R.I.C.
Greer, Miss, dress maker
Greer, Wm., mechanic
Livingstone, Richard, butcher
Martin, Robert, mechanic
McBrinn, Mrs., milliner
McCambridge, Mrs., hotel proprietor
McClinchy, M., mill operative
McConnell, Mrs. Sarah, spirit merchant
McIlroy, Mrs.
Parkinson, Henry, grocer
Smyth, I., grocer

Castle Hill

Gough, Miss, dress maker
Magennis, Mrs.

Castle Street

Boyle, Wm., N.S. teacher
Johnston, J. B., M.D.
Kennedy, John, publican
Moore, Miss
Stewart, Thomas, carpenter

Bridge Street

Fox, Peter, spirit merchant
Hughes, Mrs., spirit merchant
Martin, Robert, mason
McFall, Miss
Roberts, John, town clerk, and grocer

Stramore Road

Cunningham, J., tailor
Fowler, Wm., car proprietor
Hadden, Thomas, teacher

Ann Street

Adamson, Thomas, hackle setter
Henderson, Mrs.
Mulholland, William, over looker
McBurney, Robert, mechanic


Houston, D. M., grocer and draper
Magill, A., mill manager
Rogers, T. C., flax manager
Steele, Alexander, engineer
Walker, D. W., manager Co-operative Stores


Cochrane, Rev. John, The Manse
Cowdy, A., Mountpleasant
Davies, J. M., Drumlin Hill
Kelly, Samuel, Moyallon
Martin, Rev. J. Gerald, The Vicarage
McCauley, David, Tullylish House
Pim, Miss, Moyallon House
Richardson, Steven, Drumlin Hill
Richardson, T. Wakefield, J.P., Moyallon House
Sinton, Arthur, Stramore House
Sinton, Frederick, Banford House
Uprichard, W. F., J.P., Elinfield
Wright, James F., The Castle


This little village, situate about four miles from the town of Monaghan, was originally granted to O'Bear McKenna by O'Neill of Ulster on condition that he and his descendants would pay "Connaght" or tribute and furnish white meat and oats to one Glen O'Neill on certain days when they visited the Holy Well at Tubberpatrick, and that he would never wage war against the O'Neills.  The town appears to have grown around the residence of the McKennas, who were succeeded by Dr. John Leslie, the Irish founder of the present Leslie family.  The site of the great part of the old town is taken up by the splendid demesne of Sir John Leslie, Bart.  Members of the Leslie family represented the County Monaghan in the Irish Parliament, and afterwards in the Imperial Parliament for nearly 100 years.  Adjoining the villages is Drumbanagher Fort, which was the scene of a famous battle over 300 years ago.  Fairs are held on the third Friday in every month.  The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday

Post Office - Miss Margaret Knews, postmistress; Miss L. Simms, assistant.  Local postmen - Robert McDonald, Robt. Hearst, George Dawson, Jas. Kelly.
Petty Sessions - Petty Sessions clerk, John McKenna, Emyvale


Church of Ireland - Rev. E. C. Biggar, rector
Presbyterian Church - Rev. John Davidson, LL.D.; Rev. J. Ritchie, B.A., assistant
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. McPhillips, P.P.; Rev. Hugh Finegan, C.C., curate
Registrar for Births, Marriages, and Deaths - J. Leonard, M.D., Emyvale
Coroner for North Monaghan - Patrick Whelan, J.P., Lakeview, Monaghan


Belfast Bank - T. F. Moody, manager Monaghan Branch


Colonel Sir John Leslie, Bart., D.L.; John McKenna, J.P., Drumlester; J. Burgess, J.P.; Patk. McKenna, J.P.; John McKenna, J.P., Mullaboy; James McQuaid, J.P.; Patrick Keenan, K.P.; B. M. Skelton, J.P.; Edward Kelly, J.P.; James Treanor, J.P.


Dispensary - J. Leonard, M.D., Emyvale
Schools - Glaslough N.D. - John Hamilton, principal; Miss Saunderson, assistant.  Corlatallan N.S. - John Boyd, principal.  Cloncaw N.S. - Patrick O'Hanlon, principal; Miss McGeough, assistant.  Billis N.S. - Joseph H. Wetherall, principal; Miss Wetherall, assistant
Royal Irish Constabulary - Sergeant Fails, and Constables Magee, Mulvey, Reynolds, and Nolan


Alexander, John, farmer
Alexander, Miss Sarah, dress maker
Anderson, Samuel, farmer
Askin, John, timber merchant

Barber, Samuel, farmer
Bigger, Rev. E. C., rector
Bryce, Samuel Edward, gardener

Campbell, Quail, farmer
Campbell, Wm., mill owner and farmer
Cargill, Robert, horse dealer
Cargill, Wilson, farmer
Cloughan, Thomas, ganger
Cole, J., butler
Cox, Thomas, sexton

Davidson, Hamilton, farmer
Davidson, Rev. John, LL.D., Glennan
Donaldson, Wm., horse dealer

Eakin, Joseph, farmer

Fields, John, cattle dealer
Fleming, Robert, farmer
Foster, Thomas, station master

Gillanders, James, coachman
Gillanders, John, farmer
Gilroy, Robert, gate keeper
Gonnell, Francis, farmer
Graham, Robert, Ivy House
Gray, Jos., butcher

Hall, Andrew, tailor
Hamilton, J., N.S. teacher
Hazlett, Alex., farmer, Derryvane
Hearst, George, carpenter
Heatley, Robert, farmer
Holdcroft, John, farmer
Hoy, Robert, P.L.G., farmer
Hughes, Henry, carpenter

Johnston, William, coachman

Leslie, Colonel Sir John Bart, D.L.
Loughran, J. W., grocer

Mitchell, Robt. Wm., J.P., farmer
Moffatt, George, farmer

McArdle, John, farmer
McCrudden, Samuel, farmer
McDermott, Edward, farmer
McDonald, Robert, postman
McGough, Lawrence, farmer
McGregor, George, land steward
McKenna, James, farmer
McKenna, John, J.P., farmer
McKeown, John, Faulkland, farmer (Falkland)
McMurragh, Francis, coachman
McQuaid, Wm., cattle dealer

Nelson, James, saddler

Patton, John, merchant
Pringle, Thos. A., farmer

Skelton, Benjamin M., J.P., estate agent
Sloan, Thomas, farmer
Sparrow, Charles, gamekeeper
Steenson, Robert, grocer
Swan, T. E.

Todd, John A., flax mills, Glaslough

Vance, John, blacksmith
Vogan, James

Walker, James, farmer
Wallace, William, lime burner
Weir, Robt., coachman
Whitsitt, Margaret, Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Whitsitt, Mrs. Mary J.
Wilson, George, farmer
Wilson, John, sen., sexton


Is a pleasant little seaport in the County Antrim, thirty-six miles N. from Belfast on the coast road between Larne and Ballycastle.  It is delightfully situated at the foot of a deep glen opening to the sea, surrounded by bold, romantic, and imposing scenery.  Glenarm River flows past on the north-west side, emptying itself into a bat of its name.  Carnlough is about three miles distant, Cushendall about fourteen, and four miles further, still proceeding north, is the lovely village of Cushendun.  Glenarm is frequented by steam and sailing vessels from England and Scotland, which bring brick, coals, and slates, taking back whiting, timber, lime and limestone; of the latter large quantities are shipped by the Eglinton Limestone Co. Ltd., who have made great improvements in the method of manufacture, changing the driving power from water to steam.  Petty Sessions Courts are held on the first Monday of every month, and there are four fairs in the year - 26th January, 26th May, 30th August, and 29th October.  Population in 1911, 951, a decrease of 105 since previous census.

Post Office - Mrs. Hunter, postmistress


Church of Ireland - Rev. T. P. Waring, A.M., rector
Presbyterian - Rev. Charles M. Cowden
Unitarian Church - Rev. Joseph A. Miskimmon
Roman Catholic - Rev. Wm. Murphy, P.P.; Rev. J. J. McConnell, C.C.


Infant School - Miss Rosetta Wilson, mistress; Miss M. Harte, assistant
Male N.S. - Robt. Leith, master; Miss Gore, assistant boys' school
Female National School - Miss Johnston, mistress, Miss J. Gore, assistant
Dispensary - Samuel M. Magowan, M.D., Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths.  Deputy Registrar, Robert McGowan
Longfield National School - Miss Tanahill, teacher
Seaview Male National School - Charles Morris, master; Miss Grant, assistant
Seaview Female National School - Miss Duffy, mistress; Miss M. O'Boyle, assistant
Royal Irish Constabulary Station - John A. Creighton, sergeant, and four constables
District Councillors - Wm. McCullough, Rainstown, Carnalbanagh, Broughshane; James Crawford, Dickeystown, Glenarm
County Councillor - John Graham Wallace, Broughshane
Coastguard Station - John Scott, chief officer, and four men
Petty Sessions Court, first Monday every month - Hugh McEvoy, clerk
County Rate Collector - Cowan Meban, Augharemlagh, Carnlough

Sanitary Officer (sub.) - Robert McGowan
Collector of Income Tax - James Orr
Halls - Conservative, Masonic, Sea View, St. Patrick's Parochial (Church of Ireland), Presbyterian, Farmers' Hotel
Belfast Banking Company Ltd. - Manager, Jas. Lowry; daily 10 to 3, Sat. 10 to 12.
Civil Bill Officer - Robert McGowan


Antrim, Earl of, Glenarm Castle

Baird, Miss Sarah
Bennett, W., coastguard
Black, Alexander, baker
Black, B., farmer, Tully
Black, James, tailor
Black, Mrs. M. J., grocer
Bonner, Daniel, coastguard
Bunting, James, engine driver
Bunting, S., engineer and plumber
Bunting, W., seaman

Clarke, James, gamekeeper
Clarke, John, manager Antrim Arms Hotel
Coulter, Captain
Crawford, James, saddler and school attendance officer
Crawford, James, J.P., D.C., farmer
Crawford, Joseph, farmer
Cunningham, Archibald, farmer

Darragh, Miss, dress maker
Dempsey, John, seaman
Dinsmore, J., shoe maker
Dinsmore, Sarah
Donaldson, S., estate bailiff
Duncan, Mrs. James
Duncan, Richard, seaman
Duncan, T., seaman
Dunlop, A., carter
Dunlop, Andw., jun., carter
Dunlop, J., car driver

Ewart, James, seaman

Forsythe, J., gamekeeper
Freeney, T., coastguard
Fry, Robert, carter
Futter, A., coastguard

Galbraith, David, seaman
Galbraith, John, farmer, Tully
Galbraith, John, farmer, Carnave
Galbraith, Miss Margaret
Galbraith, Mrs., farmer, Carnave
Gaston, Mrs.
Gibson, A., farmer, Libbert
Gibson, Thomas I., land steward
Gibson, T., shepherd
Gibson, William, farmer

Hamill, Dan, gate keeper
Haslett, J., fireman
Haslett, Mrs.
Hastie, W. J., labourer
Haveron, Frank, seaman
Hunter, James, farmer, Little Deerpark
Hunter, Mrs., stationer, agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"

Inglis, George, farmer, Carnave
Inglis, John, farmer, Carnave
Inglis, Miss, dress maker

Lennon, Nat., draper
Lindsay, G., shoe maker
Lindsay, Robert, shoe maker
Logan, Andrew C, cashier

Magill, Charles, publican
Magill, Charles, publican
Magowan, Samuel M., M.D.
Martin, James, carter
Martin, Wm., gardener
Moffatt, Miss, dress maker
Montgomery, James, farmer
Morrow, Edmund, farmer, Longfield
Morrow, John, painter
Mulvenna, Alex., carpenter
Mulvenna, A., farmer
Mulvenna, D., farmer, Gowkstown
Mulvenna, Felix, licensed publican
Mulvenna, R., farmer
Murphy, Mrs. H.
Murphy, Mrs. James
Murray, Sam, saddler

McAllister Bros., butchers
McAllister, E., lodging house keeper
McAllister, Robert, shoe maker
McAllister, Robert, farmer
McAuley, Miss, dress maker
McAuley, W. C., restaurant
McCalmont, James
McCalmont, Mrs. A., grocer
McCalmont, R., weigh master
McClelland, T.
McCloy, Mrs., farmer, Munie
McClure, D., shepherd
McClure, Wm., seaman
McCormack, Mrs., grocer
McCormick, William, farmer
McElroy, Mrs., draper
McEvoy, Hugh, auctioneer and spirit grocer
McFerran, George, J.P., chairman County Antrim County Council, Drumnagreagh
McGavock, Charles, tailor
McGavock, C., farmer, Deerpark
McGavock, William, merchant
McGookin, William

McHendry, P., Scout master
McHendry, P., seaman
McIlgorm, J., miner
McKay, Archibald, carpenter
McKay, Miss farmer, Bay
McKay, Miss J.
McKay, Miss L., publican
McKay, N., farmer
McKay, Wm., carter
McKay, Wm., postman
McKendry, John, seaman
McKendry, James, seaman
McKendry, John, fireman
McKendry, Pat., jun., sexton Parish Church
McKenty, J., farmer, Deerpark
McKenty, Mrs., farmer, Mulloughconly
McKenty, Mrs. M., farmer
McKenty, Mrs. M., farmer
McKinley, Mrs., sexton Presbyterian Church
McLellan, William, coachman
McLoughlin, J., seaman
McMullin Brothers, grocers and drapers
McMullin, James, farmer
McMullin, Mrs.
McMullin, Thomas, Farmer' Hotel
McNeill, Alexander, publican
McNeill, Alex., J.P., farmer, Drumnagreagh
McNeill, A., baker and grocer
McNeill, Henry H., Ltd., Seaview Hotel
McNeill, James, stone mason
McNeill, William, seaman
McRoberts, Mrs. J.
McRoberts, T., seaman
McTeer, J., butcher
McVicker, Mrs., farmer, Bay
McVicker, James, farmer, Bay
McVicker, R., farmer, Bay

Orr, James, painter and grocer
Orr, William, painter
O'Boyle, H., publican
O'Kane, W., grocer
O'Neill, Mrs. John
O'Neill, Mrs. William

Petticrew, A., butcher
Petticrew, J., fireman
Petticrew, Mrs. M.
Price, R., fireman
Pullin, Wm. B., watch maker and grocer

Robinson, Alex., blacksmith
Robinson, James, carpenter
Robinson, John, sen., blacksmith
Robinson, John, jun., blacksmith
Robinson, Joseph, sen., farmer, Foxhall
Robinson, Miss, dress maker and draper
Robinson, O., carpenter

Smith, James, gardener
Spinks, W., constable

Taylor, William, seaman
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd. - Agent, James Lowry, Belfast Bank
Thomson, John, M.E., manager Eglinton Limestone Co. Ltd.
Todd, Robert, grocer
Tuppen, H. E.
Tuppen & Son, grocers

Wall, J. J., clerk
Wall, Miss, Courthouse caretaker
Ward, Patrick, constable
Wilson, John, farmer
Wilson, John, baker
Wright, James, carpenter
Wright, John, tailor and cemetery caretaker

Yendall, Isaac, engineer
Yendall, W. J., seaman


Glenavy is a very charming village, picturesquely situated about one mile and a half from Lough Neagh.  As the village is only seventeen miles by rail, and eleven by road from Belfast, it is a most suitable and convenient place for parties wishing to picnic on Ram's Island, or on the shores of Lough Neagh.  The Glenavy River is a favourite resort for anglers, the fishing there being remarkably good.  Glenavy is on a branch line from Lisburn to Antrim, there being four trains daily each way, and also direct communication between Dublin and Belfast.  The district contains objects of interest such as the ruins of the Church and Palace of Bishop Jeremy Taylor, and the remains of the beautiful stables built by the Earl of Conway about 1664; but all the buildings, including the Church and Palace, were demolished in the year 1761. The population is 300 or over, as the village is partly situated in Camlin Parish and Glenavy Parish, the river dividing

Post Office - Miss Ferris, postmistress
Telegraph Office - Glenavy Railway Station; Wm. Sherlock, clerk
Post Office Savings Bank and Money Order Office - Miss Ferris
Petty Sessions - Thomas J. English, clerk


Church of Ireland - Parish Church, Glenavy - Rev. R. R. Muir, M.A.  St. Andrew's Chapel of Ease. Femore - Supplied from Glenavy.  Parish Church, Stoneyford - Rev. Ruddock
St. John's Chapel of Ease, Crumlin - Supplied from Glenavy
Presbyterian Church - Rev. J. A. Canning, LL.B., Crumlin
Methodist Church - Rev. W. E. Maguire
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. F. McBride, P.P.


Protestant Hall, Glenavy
National Schools - Glenavy, Mr. McLain and Miss Hartley; Legateriff, Mrs. Hazley; Ballymacricket (boys), Mr. Heaney; Miss Speellman (Spellman) (girls); Four Score - Mr. Hobson and Miss Maxwell
Glenavy Dispensary - Thomas West, M.D.
Coroner for South Antrim - Arthur Mussen, M.D., J.P.
Registrar of Births, etc. - Thomas West, M.D.
Deputy Registrar - W. J. McCullough, Ballinderry
U.V.F. Hospital - Protestant Hall
Reading and Recreation Room - Protestant Hall
Miniature Rifle Club - W. Sherlock, secretary


Adams, Johnston, farmer
Addis, John, farmer
Addison, John, farmer, Lurgill
Armstrong, John, saddler & sand merchant
Armstrong, John, coachman
Armstrong, Joseph, Crewe
Armstrong, Joseph, Tullynewbane
Armstrong, M. P., farmer, Goremount
Armstrong, William, signalman

Ballance, Henry, J.P., farmer, Crewemount
Ballance, James, farmer, Ballypitmave
Balmer, John, Springfield
Barrett, F. G., grocer and hardware merchant
Bell, Charles, millwright
Bell, Mrs. Robert, car owner and posting establishment
Bell, Thos., Bell's Grove
Bickerstaff, Joseph, fisherman
Brankin, James, fisherman
Briggs, W. L., flock manufacturer
Buchanan, S., merchant, Rose Lane Ends

Campbell, Wm., fish merchant and shipper
Cardwell, Robert, Ram's Island caretaker
Clendinning, Thomas, farmer
Colbourn, Joseph, farmer
Colbourn, Wm., shoe maker, Knockcairn
Collier, James, farmer, Ballinacoy
Connon, H., framer, Pigeontown
Creaney, John, farmer, Elm Hill
Crossey, Daniel, farmer
Crossey, John, basket manufacturer, Tullynewbane
Crossey, Patk., basket manufacturer
Crowe, R.
Cummins, John, farmer

Dogherty, Robert, farmer
Douglas, Miss, N.S. teacher
Downer, Mrs., Annandale

Evans, James, Crewe Park
Evans, Wm. G., farmer, Edenturcher

Faloon, Henry, carpenter
Ferris, John, publican and farmer
Ferris, Miss, postmistress
Fitzgerald, William, J.P., Tunny House

Garrett, Robert, farmer
Gibson, James, farmer, Crossvale
Gillen, James, J.P., farmer
Green, William, farmer

Hamill, John, shoe maker
Hannon, Hugh, shoe maker
Hartley, Miss A., N.S. teacher
Heaney, William, tailor
Hendron, James, N.S., Kilultagh
Henry, James, blacksmith
Higginson, Henry, farmer
Higginson, John, farmer
Higginson, William, carter
Hobson, J., N.S. teacher

Ingram, Miss E., dress maker
Ingram, John, mason
Ingram, Walter, cycle manufacturer
Irvine, Thomas, Glenavy

Johnston, Alex., farmer
Johnson, George, farmer
Johnson, John, farmer, Weir House
Johnston, James
Johnston, Miss, Annandale
Johnston, M. L. & S., Ltd., general merchants; agents for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News" Telegraphic address - Johnston Ltd., Glenavy
Johnston, Samuel, Hopevale

Laird, Mrs., Gobrana House
Lattimer, H., Waterworks, Stoneyford
Leslie, W. J., blacksmith
Logan, Mrs., farmer, Landgarve
Lorimer, Archibald, mill owner
Lorimer, James, mill owner and farmer, Edenvale
Lowe, Henry, J.P., farmer
Lowry, John, farmer
Lowry, William, farmer

Maguire, Rev. W. E., Methodist Manse
Marsden, Edward, engine driver
Maxwell, Miss, N.S. teacher
Megahy, John, farmer
Megarry, Henry, fisherman
Megarry, John, fisherman
Megarry, John, boat builder
Millar, Miss, dress maker
Millar, Mrs. Sara
Mockler, Edward, J.P.
Moore, Letitia, farmer
Moore, Richard, carpenter
Moore, Thos., farmer
Morgan, William, beetler
Muir, Rev. R. R., The Vicarage
Mulholland, Isaac, publican and basket manufacturer
Mulholland, Samuel, farmer
Mussen, Arthur, M.D., J.P., coroner, The Cottage

McAllister, James, Pigeontown
McAllister, Randal, Firs Lodge
McBride, Rev. F., P.P.
McClure, George, Ashmore
McClure, John, Landgarve
McCorry, Dalway, farmer
McCorry, W. J., farmer
McCullough, Francis, Knockcairn House
McCullagh, Mrs., farmer, Tullynewbank
McKavanagh, Daniel, farmer
McKavanagh, Philip, farmer and grocer
McKeever, J., fowl dealer
McKeown, W. J., managing director, Sunnyside
McKeown, W. J., insurance agent
McMullan, Thompson, farmer
McNeice, James, sexton Parish Church
McVeigh, Charles, farmer

Neill, Joseph, farmer
Nelson, W. R., traveller, Aghanadarragh

O'Boyle, Patrick, farmer

Peel, Arthur, farmer
Peel, Albert, D.C., farmer
Price, John, farmer

Reid, Joseph, farmer, Crew
Richardson, F., Ballyvorally
Rollins, George, farmer, Crew Park
Ross, James, publican and farmer
Rush, Andrew, tailor

Scott, William, grocer, Fourscore
Sefton, Alfred, Glendona
Sefton, The Misses, Glendona
Sherlock, William, station master
Simpson, John, farmer
Sloane, Jas. R., farmer
Spellman, Miss, N.S. teacher
Smith, James, farmer, Crew Park
Steel, Robert, farmer
Steel, Thomas, farmer
Steele, Thomas, blacksmith
Stewart, Andrew, farmer
Stewart, Francis, farmer, Crew
Stewart, Joseph, farmer
St. Clair, Mrs., dress maker

Thompson, Thomas, farmer
Trowland, Daniel

Waite, Miss, dress maker
Waring, Lucas, farmer, Bellbrook
Watson, Joseph, thatcher and jobber
West, Thomas, M.D., Sona Rupa
White, The Misses, The Beeches
White, Walter, Miller, Sandon
Wilkinson, W. J., farmer
Wilson, Mrs. David, farmer, The Laurels
Wilson, Robert, carpenter and auctioneer
Wilson, Robert, Stationview House

Young, James, watchmaker and jeweller


Glenties, in County Donegal, about five miles from Ardara, and seven miles from Portnoo Narin, one of the most beautiful seaside resorts in County Donegal, is connected with Londonderry by a narrow-gauge railway, via Strabane.  The town, with the surrounding district, which was purchased in December, 1912, by the Congested Districts Board from the Marquis Conyngham, consists of but one street, and is situated on the river Owenea, one of the best salmon and trout streams in the North of Ireland.  It is the centre of an extensive woollen and hosiery industry,  A faid (fair) is held on the 12th of each month, and a weekly market every Monday.  Population 400

Post Office, Telegraph, and Savings Bank - Peter Gallagher, postmaster
Church of Ireland - Rev. Albert Norman MacTier, M.A.
Schools - Church of Ireland, Roman Catholic National (Male) - Mr. McLoughlin, prin. Female - Sisters of Mercy
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Christopher Cunningham, P.P.; Rev. Edward J. O'Doherty, C.C.; Rev. A. Logue, C.C.
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Michael Ward, deputy superintendent registrar; Patk. Kennedy, deputy registrar
Royal Irish Constabulary - Sergt. McDonagh, Constables Hunt, Brennan, Clarke, and Finn
Ulster Banking Co. - W. H. Anderson, manager


Anderson, W. H., manager Ulster Bank, agent for Standard Life Assurance Company and Royal Insurance Company

Boyce, Mrs.
Boyle, D., grocer
Boyle, John, carrier and grocer
Boyle, Margaret
Boyle, Michael, grocer, publican, and auctioneer, Maas, Glenties
Boyle, Owen, shoe maker
Breslin, James, workhouse master
Breslin, John, jun., grocer, Buncrubeg, Glenties
Browne, Alex., sexton, Church of Ireland
Buchanan, A., collector of income tax

Campbell, Thady, draper and hosiery merchant
Cannon, Cormick, temperance hotel
Carlin, Francis, butcher
Connoghan, James, grocer
Cowie, George, Inland Revenue officer

Doherty, John, shop manager
Doherty, John, shoe maker
Donleavy, Patrick S., grocer and hosiery merchant
Dowros Bay Hotel - Colonel W. J. P. Hamilton, proprietor
Donegal Wool Spinning Company, Kilraine - William Burns and James Burns, proprietors; J. Ramage, manager
Duggan, Lizzie, draper
Duncan, Charles, Tullyard
Dunleary, Bridget & Ellen, drapers

Early, Dan, carrier
Early, Patrick, blacksmith
Elliott, Simon, farmer, Tullyard

Gallagher, Bernard, auctioneer
Gallagher, Charles, car driver
Gallagher, Ellen, draper
Gallagher, John F., Ardlogher, farmer
Gallagher, Michael, The Rock
Gallagher, Patrick, spirit dealer and posting establishment, motor garage
Gallagher, Peter, C.P.S., commissioner for affidavits
Gallagher, Thady, grocer
Gallagher, William, J.P., Castlegoland
Glen Weaving Company - Daniel Tighe, proprietor
Green, Patrick, butcher

Hamilton, Lieut.-Colonel W. J. P., J.P., Mossville
Hanlon, Mrs., The Rock
Harken, Patrick, restaurant
Hill, Miss, M.A.

Inniskeel Co-operative Agricultural Society Ltd. - John Graham, secretary

Johnston, Major J. H., J.P., Eden

Kearney, Francis, civil engineer
Kelly, B. M., station master
Kelly, Fras. Joseph
Kelly, Thomas, grocer
Kennedy, Charles, J.P., hosiery manufacturer
Kennedy, Charles, Kilraine
Kennedy, Michael, hosiery merchant
Kennedy, Mrs. D.
Kennedy, Patrick, rate collector
Kennedy, Patrick, law agent
Kennedy, Thomas, publican and grocer, Kelraine
Kenny, James, grocer, Buncrubeg, Glenties

Long, Thomas, Maltyboyle

MacDevitt, Mrs., Stonepark
MacDevitt, Mrs. M., Stranakevlin House
Maguire, Bernard, grocer and agent for Rock Biscuit Co., Derry
Maguire, Patrick, builder
Molloy, Charles Joseph, woollen merchant
Molloy, Charles, publican and grocer
Molloy, James, grocer and car owner
Molloy, John, labourer
Molloy, Mrs. Rose, hotel keeper, baker and steamship agent
Morrow, John, Kilraine
Mulhern, Daniel, J.P.
Mulhern, Daniel, & Co., hosiery manufacturers
Murray, Rev. James, C.C., The Wood
McDevitt, Andw., shoe maker
McDevitt, Bernard, & Co., drapers and hosiery manufacturers
McDevitt, Con
McDevitt, Francis, hosiery merchant
McDevitt, Francis John, J.P., publican and grocer, Greenans, Glenties
McDevitt, Mary, grocer and publican
McDyer, Alexander, school teacher, Drenmacross
McDyer, James, Kilraine
McGill, Hugh, builder and contractor
McGill, Mrs., nurse
McGlinn, John, fishery inspector
McLaughlin, E., tailor
McLoone, Daniel, car owner and motor garage
McLoone, Hugh, spirit dealer and grocer
McLoone, James, butcher
McLoone, James, N.S. teacher
McLoone, Mrs. James, dress maker & draper
McLoone, Rose, grocer
McLoughlin, ?, school teacher
McMullan, Thomas, miller
McNelis, J. J., M.D., medical officer Glenties Workhouse
McNelis, Michael, J.P., Clerk of the Union

O'Donnell, Anthony, draper
O'Donnell, Anthony, Post Office, Kilraine
O'Donnell, John, painter
O'Donnell, John, inspector Co-operative Agricultural Society Ltd.
O'Donnell, Patrick, hotel
O'Donnell, Patrick, draper and publican
O'Donnell, Peter, carpenter
O'Donohue, Thos., Inland Revenue officer
O'Dowd, T., N.S. teacher, Mullanmore
O'Kane, Michael, civil engineer Congested Districts Board
O'Reilly, P. J., publican

Porter, Desmond Nesbitt, J.P., Ballyeriston House
Porter, Hugo Nesbitt
Portnoo, Hotel, Narin, Cormick Cannon, proprietor

Quinn, Francis, head porter Donegal Railway
Quinn, John, draper

Rutledge, Patrick, R.O.

Shovlin, William J.
Shovlin, Michael Joseph

Ward, Frank, builder
Watson, Francis, game keeper
Welsh, Alex., Tullyard
Woodside, Alex., cashier Ulster Bank


Is a picturesque little town, situate in the Parish of Lower Badoney, County Tyrone, about ten miles north of Omagh, and six miles east of Newtownstewart, both stations of the Great Northern Railway Company.  The station of the latter town is the one from which the goods and passenger traffic is carried on.  The town of Gortin is very ancient, and is composed of one continuous street, with houses on both sides, and a bridge spanning the centre.  Fairs are held on the Wednesday of each month, at which there is always a good attendance of buyers, and at which large quantities of pigs, cattle, horses, and sheep, especially the latter, are offered for sale.  A market is held every Wednesday for the sale of farm produce.  There is a fine Co-operative Creamery about half a mile from the village, which was established in 1902 as a separating station, but since converted into a full churning centre and experiment station, fully equipped with the latest dairy machinery, on Danish lines, to which the manufacture of cheese was added in 1917.  There is an auxiliary in connection with the creamery at Eden, near Plumbridge.  The surrounding district, particularly the Greencastle district, abounds in mineral deposits of a very valuable and varied nature, including galena and iron pyrites at Teebane West and Glenlark, also plumbago.  The minerals have been analysed and reported on very favourably.  It is also rich in archaeological remains, including a fine Oghane stone at Aghascrebagh.  The population is 267

Post Office - Mrs. L. Graham, postmistress
Petty Sessions - V. J. Kyle, clerk
Magistrates who preside at Petty Sessions - Jas. McCloskey, J.P.; Robt. McKelvey, J.P.; J. McFarland, J.P.; Joseph McGeown, J.P., Glenmacoffer; Thomas Falls, J.P., Lislap; Charles Clarke, J.P., Glenmacoffer; Neal Devlin, J.P., Mountfield; Edward McCullow, J.P., Barness; S. McFarlane, J.P., Meanaduff; John A. Crawford, J.P., Colvahillion; P. J. Bradley, J.P., Leaghan; Michael Morris, J.P., Seskinshule
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. J. F. Devlin; deputy registrar, A. Mahon, Mrs. Agnew, midwife
R.I. Constabulary - Sergt. P. J. Shine, inspector of food and drugs


Church of Ireland - Rev. T. J. Willoughby
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Adam Whyte
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. F. Healy, P.P.; Rev. M. Coyle, C.C., Rouskey


Gortin Dispensary - Dr. J. F. Devlin
Executive Sanitary Officer - Dr. J. F. Devlin
Sanitary and Relieving Officer - Mrs. Owens, Sixmilecross
National Schools - Male, H. Miles; female, Mrs. H. Miles; P. Clarke, Glenmacoffer; Mrs. McPhillemy, Liscabble; J. Kelly, Garvagh, Miss Funston, Drumlea; P. Donnelly, Greencastle; P. McAlear, Crouck; F. Kelly, Leckin


Anderson, Thos., horse dealer

Bradley, Jos., ex-schoolmaster
Bradley, Miss, draper
Bradley, Miss, dress maker
Bradley, Thomas, tailor

Carlin, Margaret, milliner and draper
Carlin, Wm., builder and contractor
Clarke, Patrick, egg merchant
Coyle, Jane, lodging house keeper

Deary, M., publican
Devlin, John, cooper
Devlin, Mary
Devlin, Michael, carpenter
Doherty, Catherine, lodging house
Dunn, Annie, haberdasher

Flanagan, Mrs., dress maker
Flemming, Isaac, motor can driver
Forrester, F. B., sub-agent, Beltrim Estate

Gillespie, Edward, publican
Gormley, B., grocer and hardware merchant
Graham, D., car owner
Gray, James, shoe maker
Gray, John, shoe maker

Hamilton, W. J., steam corn and saw mills
Hamilton, W. J., chemist and druggist
Hamilton, R. E., cycle agent
Hay, Charles, carpenter
Henry, Thomas
Hollywood, David, carpenter
Houston, Alex., farmer
Houston, James, auctioneer, Plumbridge
Hyland, Thomas, horse dealer

Loughran, J., publican

Maguire, Miss
Mahon, Daniel, fishmonger and restaurant
Mahon, Sarah, dress maker
Montgomery, Wm., boot and shoe maker
Morris, James, letter carrier
Mossy, Hugh, carrier
Mossey, Mrs. H., dress maker
Mossy, Wm., spirit merchant
Murphy, John, boot and shoe maker

McAleer, Michael, mason
McCrory, Peter, car owner
McCullagh, Joseph, butcher
McCullagh, Mrs. S., grocer and draper
McCullagh, Patk., wine and spirit merchant, Greencastle, Gortin
McFarland, Robert, grocer and hardware merchant
McGillion, Peter, harness maker and saddler
McGuire, Peter, blacksmith
McKelvey, Joseph, posting establishment
McKenna, Michael, spirit merchant
McNickle, James, land surveyor, Rouskey
McSorley, Mary, spirit dealer
McSorley, Mrs., dress maker
McSorley, Peter, wheelwright
McSwiggan, P., coach builder
McSwiggan, Philip

O'Donnell, Miss, dress maker

Pattison, J., saddler

Scott, Mrs. W. G., dress maker
Scott, W. G., engine driver
Simpson, Miss, lodging house keeper
Simpson, Tilly, dairymaid
Stewart, James, carpenter

Teague, Alice, publican
Teague, P., D.C.
Turner, William, summons server, sheriff's officer, and civil bill officer

Warnock, Robert, builder and contractor
Weir, Wm., shoe maker

Young, M., shirt factory


Ballintine, James, Lenamore
Black, W. S., Learden
Campbell, John, Minaduff
Clarke, Charles, D.C., auctioneer, Glenmacoffer, Gortin
Crawford, J. A., J.P., Colvahillion
Devlin, Peter, Garvagh
Flemming, J., Gorticastle
Fulton, David H., Droit
Fulton, John J., Droit
Hamilton, Claude, Liscabble
Hamilton, James, Dunbunraver
Hunter, John, Droit
Knox, John, farmer, Garvagh
Mathewson, Wm., Dunbunraver
McBride, Francis, Glenmacoffer
McFarland, John, J.P., Leardin, Gortin
McFarland, Robert, Gortin
McFarland, Samuel, J.P., Minaduff
McFarland, S., Straree
McGeown, Joseph, J.P., Glenmacoffer
McKelvey, John H., Dunbunraven
McKelvey, Robert, J.P., Trenamadden
McLaughlin, Wm., Bourne
McKimmon, Alex., Trenamadden
McMullan, John R., Ryland
McNally, John, Glenmacoffer
Parke, R., Meenaduff
Steele, David, Rousky
Steele, James, Minaduff
Steele, R., Drumlea
Whelan, R., Colvahillion
Yorke, J., Dunbunraven
Yorke, T., Drumlea


Is the site of an old abbey founded for Cistercian monks by Affreca, wife of Sir John De Courcey, and daughter of Godred, King of the Isle of Man, A.D. 1193.  It was destroyed by the army of O'Neill in the great rebellion of 1641, and was never afterwards repaired.  The ruins are now overgrown with ivy, which gives them a romantic appearance.  The nave of the abbey church and a portion of the choir and transcepts are still standing, but the cells, dormitories, and other buildings for the use of the household have fallen in, only enough remaining to trace out the compass of ground which the whole structure occupied.  The vicinity of these ruins is beautiful and picturesque.  The shops' half-holiday is on Saturday

Places of Worship - Church of Ireland - Rev. C. H. Waddell, B.D., M.A.  Presbyterian Church - Rev. Thos. Patterson, B.A.  Unitarian Church - Rev. W. H. Townly Tilson, M.A.
Post Office - William Corry, postmaster
Constabulary Barrack - Sergeant Craig
National School - Senior department, Marshall Hill, principal; infant department, Miss Patterson
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - W. A. Houston

Armour, Mrs. James, North Street
Askin, Miss L.
Askin, Mrs. William, Greyabbey
Askin, Robert, publican
Atcheson, Mrs.

Baird, Mrs. A. J., publican
Bell, Robert
Boyd, Jane, Dispensary caretaker
Brooks, George, Greyabbey
Brown, Samuel
Bunting, E.
Byers, Thomas, coal and grain merchant

Carson, John
Carson, Mrs. Jane
Corry, William, post office; agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Coulson, Nurse
Conway, Mary

Davidson, W. J., weaving agent Greyabbey Weaving Industry
Doyle, William, and P. McCaffrey, R.I.C.
Dunn, James

Edgar, Wm., blacksmith

Gibson, Wm., grave digger, High Street

Harkness, Hugh John, sexton, Church of Ireland
Harkness, Mrs. Thos., sexton Presbyterian Church
Henry, James, R.I.C.
Hill, Marshall, school teacher
Holland, William, J.P., Ballygrainey House

Johnstone, Mrs. Jane

Keenan, Samuel
Kelly, John

Mawhinney, Jane, post woman
Montgomery, Major-General W. E., D.L., Greyabbey House
Moreland, Mrs. M. J., sexton Unitarian Church
Morrison, J.
Morrison, W., blacksmith
Muckle, Mrs., publican
Murphy, J.
Murphy, Richard

McCartin, James, Greyabbey
McConnell, John
McCullough, Gomery
McCullough, Hugh, jun., tailor
McCullough, J., relieving officer
McCullough, Wm., Mill House
McDermott, Thomas, rural postman
McGivern, Mary Ann
McIlroy, Hugh, Mill Cottage
McKay, John, Seaview
McKeag, Thomas
McWhinney, Miss Maggie

Patterson, Miss E.
Patterson, Rev. Thomas
Patton, Adam, jun.
Patton, Samuel
Percy, Thomas B., land steward
Phair, James, agent
Pritchard, John

Regan, Alex., Mill House
Regan, Thomas, Mill Cottage
Regan, Thomas
Reid, Alexander
Reid, Samuel

Sandford, James, High Street
Sandford, Jane
Somerset, Thos., & Co., linen manufacturers, Shore Road
Stewart, Mrs. Robert

Taggert, William
Taylor, William

Warnock, Henry, gardener
Warnock, Mrs. Jane
Williamson, Robert, Lodge
Wright, Mrs. R., The Cottage


Askin, John, Ballynester
Askin, Miss, Greyabbey
Bailie, J., Ballybogilbow
Baird, Andrew, Ballybrain
Baird, J., Ballynester
Barnes, David, Kilnatierney
Barnes, James, Kilnatierney
Bowden, Mrs. R., Tullycavey
Boyd, Ben., Blackabbey
Brooks, Thomas, Ballybrain
Brown, Alex., Ballybogilbow
Brown, James, Cardy, Tullycavey
Brown, James, Ballymurphy
Brown, John, Ballymurphy
Brown, Joseph, Ballygarvin
Brown, Joseph, Tullycavey
Brown, Samuel John, Ballybrian
Burke, J., Ballyboley
Byers, William, Ballyboley
Carlton, Wm., Cardy
Caughey, W. J., Ballybrain
Corry, John Barnes, Ballybrain
Davidson, Andrew, Ballymurphy
Davidson, William, Ballyatwood
Dorrian, Alexander, Ballyboley
Finlay, Mrs., Ballyuranullen
Foster, John, Ballyboley
Gibson, James, Ballyboghilbow
Gibson, John, Bayview, Ballygarvin
Gibson, Joseph, Blackabbey
Gibson, R., Ashbank, Ballygarvin
Glen, Mrs., Rose Cottage
Gray, John, Blackabbey
Hall, Mrs., Ballyboghilbow
Hamilton, David, Bullymurphy (Ballymurphy)
Hamilton, John, Ballymurphy
Hamilton, John, Ballyboley
Hamilton, W., Ballyboley
Horner, James, Ballybrain
Hutton, Wm., J.P., Ballygrainger
Johnston, J., Ballyboley
Johnston, Mrs. R., Cardy
Kerr, Joseph, R.D.C., Ballybrain
Little, George, Killyvolgan
Matchett, Sandy, Ballybrain
Milling, B., Gordonall
McCormick, J., Killyvolgan
McCormick, William
McCormick, W., Tullycavey
McCullough, Nathaniel, Ballyboley
McCullough, Wm., Ballybrain
McCutcheon, Frances, Ballyboley
McKettrick, W. J., Ballybrain
Pritchard, John, Ballyatwood
Reid, Francis, Killynatierney
Walker, Mrs. Joseph, Ballyboghilbow
Walker, W. J., Tullycavey
Woods, W. J., Blackabbey
Wright, Francis, Ballyboley


Is a picturesque little seaport in the County of Down, about fifteen miles from Belfast, on the coast road between Bangor and Donaghadee.  It is delightfully situated at the entrance to Belfast Lough.  The Copeland Islands lie about three miles off, and visitors generally visit the lighthouse erected on Mew Island.  Groomsport is the most important fishing station near Belfast, there being between thirty and forty fishermen entirely dependent on this industry.  There is a very fine natural harbour, and the old pier dates back to the time of the Danes.  It has been entirely reconstructed by the County Council, and it now takes its place as one of the most complete along the coast.  The Royal National Lifeboat Institution have a first-class station here, and the Board of Trade have a rocket apparatus station.  It is said that the first ship ever built in Ireland was made at Groomsport.  It is also famous as the spot where General Schomberg landed with 10,000 men on 13th August, 1689, to march through Belfast and besiege Carrickfergus

Post Office - Miss Curragh, postmistress
Places of Worship - Church of Ireland - Rev. Ernest M. Harris, B.D.; Presbyterian Church - Rev. Captain J. N. M. Legate, B.A.; organist, J. E. Tate
National School - Principal, J. E. Tate; and one assistant and one monitor
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. J. F. Mitchell, Bangor
Recreation Hall - Hon. Secretary. Lieut. Gardiner
Maxwell Hall, Main Street - Misses Perceval-Maxwell, trustees
Orange Hall, Main Street - Two lodges meet monthly.  John Summers, hon. secretary
Board of Trade, Rocket Apparatus, Telephone Call Office - Wm. George Tanner in charge
Masonic Lodge 337 meets on the first Thursday of the month in the Maxwell Hall - A. E. Young, secretary
National Lifeboat Institutions - Belfast and Groomsport Branch - McIntosh, Ross, coxwaine; (coxswain)  Gardner, Campbell, Lieut., hon. secretary


Aird, John, farmer, Orlick (Orlock)
Andrews, John, farmer, Balloo
Andrews, Robert, Balloo
Auld, Mrs. John, Copeland View

Barnes, David, fisherman
Bell, John, mason
Boag, Robert, Violet lodge
Blackwood, J. W., Ulster Bank, Belfast
Byrne, E. J., architect

Campbell, Miss, dress maker
Curragh, Miss, postmistress

Edmondson, Miss, Sherdin Cottage

Finlay, James, farmer, Balloo

Gaffikin, Thomas, Balloo House
Gamble, Robert, farmer, Balloo
Gardner, Campbell, Lieut. R. O., Seabreeze
Gardner, Mrs., Holme Cottage

Harris, Rev. E. M., B.D., The Rectory
Harrison, Hugh, farmer

Kennedy, John, gardener
Kingan, Wm. S., Glenganagh

Legate, Rev. J. N. M., B.A., The Manse

Major, Peter, caretaker

McClenaghan, James, publican
McCutcheon, Robert, farmer
McDowell, R. W., managing director
McIntosh, Ross, coxswain, lifeboat

Niblock, William, fisherman

Orr, Wm., harbormaster

Perceval-Maxwell, The Misses, Groomsport House
Perceval-Maxwell, Mrs. John, The Lodge
Prenter, Rev. Dr., Balloo

Robb, John, Dufferin Villas
Russell, William, land steward

Smith, James, Heyburn, grocer
Stephens, E. R., ship broker
Stewart, John, sexton

Tanner, William, boot maker
Tate, J. E., school master

Wales, Rev. F. H., Point House
Waterson, Henry, fisherman
Waterson, Hugh J., fisherman
Waterson, James, fisherman
Waterson, John, fisherman
Waterson, Miss M., Grocer, Draper, and General Haberdasher; Agent for the "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Waterson, Peter, fisherman
Waterson, Robert, 2nd Coxswain, lifeboat

Young, Ernest, house furnisher