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1894 Belfast Street Directory

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STREET DIRECTORIES TRANSCRIBED
1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1868 - 1877 - 1880 - 1890 - 1894
1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1909 - 1910 - 1912 - 1918 - 1924 - 1932 - 1939 - 1943 - 1951 - 1960
1913 Tel. directory    1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)   1894 Waterford Directory
1898 Newry Directory      Bangor Spectator Directory 1970

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go to Mc

STREETS - ALPHABETICALLY

(A(B)  (C)  (D)  (E F G)  (H I J K)  (L)  (M)  (N)  (OPQ)  (R)  (S)  (T)  (UV)  (WYZ)

You will see in red letters where the little people lived, those not listed because their rent was under a certain amount

MABEL STREET
Matilda Street to Utility Street

       Mabel Street National Schools - Senior - R. Ross, principal; infant - Miss Maud Hunter, principal

MACKAY STREET
Lawther Street to Robina Street

   1. Side door
   3. Best, Francis, stone cutter
   5. Toal, W. J., labourer
   7. Magilton, James, sailor
   9. Kelly, Patrick, sawyer
 11. McKendry, H., labourer
 13. Vacant
 15. Magill, Wm., labourer
 17. Magill, Mrs. (McGill, Mrs. in 1890)
 19. Young, John, sailor
 21. Warnock, W., railway porter
 25. Hinlan, Mrs.
 27. Black, F., flax dresser
 29. Galloway, J., labourer (Galway, John, labourer in 1890)
 31. Donnelly, Chas., labourer
 33. McCullough, S., labourer
 35. Currie, John, labourer
 37. Clarke, David, labourer
 39. Corr, Wm., labourer
 41. Dougherty, R., labourer
 43. Adams, Mrs.
 45. Lynn, Mrs.
 47. Clarke, E. J., painter
 49. Donnelly, Wm., clerk
 51. Wilson, William
 53. Cook, George, labourer
 55. McCory, John, labourer
 57. Martin, J., labourer
 59. Boal, Joseph, labourer
 61. McLelland, John, fireman
 63. Morrow, Robt., labourer
65, 67. Duggan, P., spirit grocer
                              __________

   4. Side door
   6. McKay, Thos., labourer
   8. Spence, W. E., car driver
 10. Black, Mrs.
 12. Lorimer, Mrs.
 14. Lorimer, W., carter
 16. Acheson, William
 18. Morrow, Saml., labourer
 20. Long, Alex., carter
 22. O'Neill, James, labourer
 24. Greer, Mrs.
 26. Quirey, John, sailor
 28. Wilkinson, C., fitter
 30. Long, Mrs.
 32. Mealey, John, carter
 34. Gowdy, James, rivetter
 36. Kinghan, Thos., driller
 38. Kirk, J., mattress maker
 40. Breen, James, labourer
 42. Larkham, Mrs.
 44. McConnell, R., mill worker
 56. Creighton, J., fireman (46)
 48. Shaw, W., railway official
 50. Collins, William, tailor
 52. Hanna, Mrs.
 54. Bell, James, labourer
 56. Creikhton, J., fireman (Creighton)
 58. Banford, J., fluting master
 60. McCormick, J., railway porter
 62. McKeown, P., shoe maker
 64. Black, Robt., labourer
 66. Clarke, W., wood turner
 68. Mitchell, Mrs.
 70. Bailey, S., flax dresser (Bailie, Samuel, flax dresser in 1890)
 72. Jenkins, James, joiner
 74. Moore, Wm., labourer
 76. Bell, R., grocer; Newington Post Office

MADELINE STREET
Aughrim Street to Majestic Street

   1. Irvine, Mrs.
   3. Hasley, George, labourer
   5. Young, Wm., blacksmith
   7. Hamill, John, overlooker
   9. Connolly, Mrs.
 11. Scott, Wm., tram driver
 13. Duggan, Matthew, tailor
 15. Frazer, David, carter
 17. Moore, W., steeple jack
 19. Groves, Mrs.
 21. Browning, John, joiner
 23. Patterson, G., stone cutter
                              __________

   2. Green, J., linen lapper
   9. McIlroy, James, engraver (4)
   6. Campbell, W. J., carpenter
   8. Wright, Wm., tram driver
..........Thorn Street intersects

MADISON AVENUE
off Cavehill Road

                            Madison House
       Scott, Wm. M., manager Murray, Sons, & Co. Ltd.

MADRID STREET
Albert Bridge to Mountpottinger Avenue

   1. Side door
   3. McKelvey, J. C., coach builder
..........Woodstock Street intersects
   5. Brown, J., brass founder
   7. Allen, Jas., stone mason
   9. Campbell, A., manager
 11. Speers, Alexander, foreman engineer
 13. Napier, J., picture framer
 15. Robinson, Mrs., dress maker
..........Lisbon Street intersects
 17. Mullin, John
 19. Thompson, Mrs.
 21. Boyd, Edwd., boot maker
 23. Gracey, John, tailor
 25. McLaughlin, Miss, dress maker
 27. Walsh, E., spirit grocer
..........Prim Street intersects
 29. Cully, W. J., boiler maker
 31. McKenzie, W., plumber
 33. McBratney, H., carpenter
 35. Woods, David, carpenter
 37. McNaught, J., cambric printer (McNaugh in 1890)
 39. Dornan, James, labourer (Doran, James, grocer in 1890)
 41. Morton, Hugh, plater
 45. Meharry, R., engine driver (McHarry, Robert, fireman in 1890
 47. McCullough, Miss
 49. McMillan, R., compositor
 51. Finlay, W. J., engine driver
 53. Arnold, Thos., blacksmith
 55. Walker, W. J., printer
 57. Wright, Mrs.
 59. McCutcheon, D., cow keeper
 61. Side door
..........Mountpottinger Road intersects
 65. Ewing, S., linen lapper
 67. Martin, Henry, clerk
 69. Orr, Jane
 71. Hewitt, S., agent
 73. Secker, J., master cooper
 75. Wishart, W., boiler maker
 77. McCullough, Caroline
 79. Liddell, Geo., forgeman
 81. Greer, John, joiner
 83. Smith, William, station master C.D. Railway
 85. Anderson, W., carpenter
 87. Napier, J., labourer
 89. Magee, John, constable R.I.C., mounted
                       Barcelona Terrace
 91. Barr, Mary
 93. Brady, John, cashier
 95. Duff, M., carpenter
 97. Gill, Isabella
 99. Moffet, Arthur, draughtsman
101. Summer, J., boiler maker
103. Wood, Geo., blacksmith
105. O'Neill, Sarah
107. Agnew, Jane
109. Ritchie, J., com. agent
111. Bailie, John, sailor
113. Magowan, R., ship carpenter
115. McLean, S., traveller
117. Willis, Alex., plumber
119. Wallace, Mary
121. Barrie, George Wm., plater
123. Ritchie, Alex. D., cashier
125. Norrie, C. R., draughtsman
127. McKee, John, Cluan House
                            __________

2, 4. McGlade, J., Publican
   6. Birrell, Annie, grocer (Birrel, Anne, grocer in 1890)
   8. Jaffe, Andw., boot maker (Taffe, Andrew, Belfast Boat Repairing Co. in 1890)
                     Albert Bridge Terrace
   1. Vacant
   2. McQuoid, L. & E., dress makers
   3. Collins, Edward, smith
   4. Hanna, Miss M., dress maker
   5. Mogey, R. P., sea captain (Madgey, R. P., sea captain in 1890)
   6. Lowry, John, gas purifier
   7. Mewha, Sarah
   8. Reekie, Miss
..........Woodstock Street intersects
 26. Neeson, Bros., spirit grocers
 28. Potts, D. H., coal merchant
 30. Magowan, T. F., potato dealer
 32. Scantleberry, J. W., Customs officer
 34. Hemingway, W., Customs officer
 36. Knox, James, bookkeeper
 38. Hanna, Andrew, manager
 40. Hill, Margaret
 42. Carroll, Richard, clerk of works
..........Lisbon Street intersects
 44. Dickey, Mary, grocer
 46. Montgomery, H., fitter
 48. Moore, Henry, painter
 50. Eagleson, Mrs.
 52. Gibson, William, joiner
 54. Bell, Wm., shipwright
 56. Camm, Mrs.
 58. McBride, J., dress maker
 60. Sanderson, Wm., engine fitter
 62. Archer, James, builder
 64. Hall, Thomas, foreman
 66. Hemingway, J., music teacher
 68. Millar, Mrs.
 70. Tate, William, foreman
 72. Shaw, G., linen lapper
 74. Pyper, Chas., boot maker
 76. Beattie, Robert
 78. McCreedy, Jas. G., clerk
 80. Courtenay, Miss, shirt maker (Courtney, Miss, shirts and underclothing in 1890)
 82. Lynas, Wm., painter
 84. Jordan, W., linen lapper
 86. Sloan, Mrs.
 88. Wilson, Wm., sailor
 90. Side door
..........Mountpottinger Road intersects
 92. Williamson, Jno., plater
 94. Bassett, Thos., pensioner R.I.C.
 96. McMorris, J., acting sergeant R.I.C.
 98. Beattie, Wm., caulker
100. Holmes, Adam, plater
102. Galbraith, Wm., plater
104. Roy, T., fancy box maker
106. Scott, Martha
108. Ritchie, Wm., plater
110. Armstrong, John
112. Harvey Memorial Schools - Principal, D. Elliott, B.A., T.C.D. Residence, 196 Albertbridge Road. Infant's School, Jane Elliott, principal
114. Watkinson, Richd., clerk
116. Cunningham, Miss
118. Knox, M. W., auditor
120. McMillan, Emily
..........Edgar Street intersects
                          Glentoran Terrace
122. Dunlop, Robert
124. Melville, Jane
126. Russell, M., butcher
128. Hay, Mary
130. Wilson, Jane Mary
132. Fitchie, J., compositor
134. McCullough, Christina

MAGDALA STREET
Caledonia Street to Sandhurst Street

   1. Vacant
   3. Hill, James
   5. Nash, Miss
   7. Gamble, H. S., com. agent
   9. Campbell, James T.
 11. Martin, W. J., draper
 13. McCartney, Mrs. (Macartney, Mrs. in 1890)
 15. Robinson, W. L., draper
 17. O'Leary, J., linen warehouse manager
19, 21. Back entrances
 23. Kirkpatrick, Mrs.
 25. Todd, Walter
 27. Trotman, Mdme.
 29. Clarke, Mrs.
 31. Farrell, J., gardener
 33. Jameson, Miss
 35. McCammond, Hugh W.
 37. Brennan, J., school teacher
 39. Yeates, Mrs. (Yates, Wm., clerk in 1890)
 41. Back entrance
 43. Craig, Mrs.
 45. Moore, Mrs,
 47. Mitchell, Mrs.
 49. Morrow, Miss
 51. Anderson, D. H., art teacher Government School of Art
 53. Sloan, J. D.
                         Granville Gardens
       Houston, F. H., Barrister-at-Law, army and civil service tutor
                              __________

   2. Martin, Miss
   4. Boomer, G., traveller
   6. Holden, Chas., fitter
   8. Gibson, John
 10. Vacant
 12. Waddell, W. J., linen lapper
 14. Stewart, A., traveller
 16. Kearney, F. P., shop assistant
 18. Richardson, W., pianoforte tuner
 20. Cronne, H., traveller (Crone in 1890)
 22. Graham, Mrs.
 24. Monroe, James
 26. Jameson, A., warehouseman (Jamison, A., manufacturer in 1890)
 28. McKee, Mrs.
 30. Armstrong, Mrs.
                          Granville Terrace
 32. Ferris, J., boot closer
 34. Patterson, J. W.
 36. Forbes, Mrs., dress maker
 38. O'Melvena, J., student
 40. Knox, Mrs.
 42. Barrett, J., teacher R.A.I.
 44. Bradley, David
 46. Adams, H., foreman ptr.

MAGEE'S LANE
off Great George's Street
a few small houses

MAJESTIC STREET
City Street to Blythe Street

   1. Owens, Mrs.
   3. Donald, T., labourer
   5. Ramage, P., labourer
   7. Ager, A., brick layer
   9. White, Robert, mechanic
 11. McKeown, James, mechanic
 13. Stevenson, J., brick layer
 15. Ferguson, Isaac, sample maker
 17. Rodgers, W., tram conductor
 19. Jackson, W., joiner
 21. Briggs, Mrs.
 23. Cowden, James, baker
 25. Mearns, Mrs.
 27. Ferguson, B., tram driver
 29. Winters, Thos., labourer
 31. Smyth, Miss
 33. Tate, John, labourer
 35. Thompson, Miss
 37. Burton, Robt., mechanic
 39. McWilliams, J., labourer
 41. Anderson, D., labourer
 43. Mackey, F., van man
 45. Hactor, Alex., labourer
 47. McKee, Wm., labourer
 49. Russell, Mrs.
 51. Hill, Samuel, carter
 53. McKinstry, W., labourer
 55. Hindman, J., labourer (Hyndman, David, labourer in 1890)
..........Boyne Street intersects
..........Madeline Street intersects
                             __________

   2. Moore, R., blacksmith
   4. Morrison, T., fireman
   6. Kane, James, well borer
   8. Stitt, S., tram driver
 10. McKnight, Mrs.
 12. McCleary, S., labourer
 14. Crawford, Mrs.
 16. Bowden, James, fitter
 18. Riddell, A., traveller
 20. Vacant
 22. McKeown, James

MAJOR STREET
off Templemore Avenue

   1. McNeill, Donald, joiner
   3. Lomas, Jno., iron turner
   5. Henry, John, rivetter
   7. Duff, William
   9. Gray, James
 11. McCormick, E., gardener
 13. Campbell, R., crane driver

MAJORCA STREET
off Mulhouse Street
(Mullhouse in 1890)

   2. Shields, John
   4. Trotter, Samuel
   6. Jameson, William, porter
   8. Risk, R., rent agent
 10. Walker, A., bleacher
 12. McCready, Wm., labourer
 14. Davidson, Mary Ann
 16. Simpson, Samuel, porter
 18. Bell, Thos. J., porter
 20. Ferris, Wm., labourer
 22. Fisher, Wm., labourer
 24. Vacant
 26. Wilson, Thos., labourer
 28. McDowell, Mrs.
 30. Thompson, M., bread server
                                __________

   1. McBride, T., shoe maker
   3. McClure, Mary
   5. McDowell, Charles
   7. Bowden, Mary Ann
   9. Seawright, John, clerk
 11. Stockdale, Jane
 13. Blaney, Mrs.
 15. Wilson, Jos., dresser
 17. McMaster, Mrs.
 19. White, Jno., labourer
 21. Wright, Jane
 23. Gilliland, J., packer
 25. Vacant
 27. Lowry, S., engine driver

MALCOLM LANE
Off  Claremont Lane

   1. Gateway
   3. Dempster, John, rivetter (Dempsey, John, rivetter in 1890 @ number 5)
   5. Jess, Alexander
 23. Glover, Jas., labourer
 25. Houston, Mrs.
 27. Horner, Mrs.
 29. Hoey, John, fireman
 31. Morrison, R., salesman
 33. Millar, Thos., labourer
 35. Major, Alex., labourer
 37. Greer, John
39, 41. Gateway
 43. Matier, Wm., labourer
 45. Matier, Mrs.
 47. Jackson, Jos., labourer
 49. Vincent, S., labourer
 51. Anderson, A., labourer
 53. Lynas, J., boot maker
 55. McClurg, Chas., brick layer
 57. McDonald, J., labourer
 59. Dunn, W. J., labourer
 61. Carson, John, labourer
 63. Carlisle, S., labourer
 65. Finning, Jas., carpenter
                           __________

   2. Morrison, Mrs.
   4. Morrison, George
   6. Gateway
   8. Martin, Jas., labourer
 10. Hagan, John, labourer
 12. Glover, James, labourer
 14. Lappin, Danl., labourer
 16. Mercer, Wm. J., labourer
 18. Lynas, John, rougher
 20. Dougan, Eliza
 22. Robinson, J., labourer
 24. Millar, John, carter
 26. Hamilton, A., labourer
 28. Stewart, Jas., labourer
 30. Singleton, R., labourer
 32. Gallagher, J., labourer
 34. Vacant
 36. McClure, S., labourer
 38. Brown, David, labourer
 40. Vacant
42 to 50. Vacant
 52. McDonald, John
 54. Wallace, Mrs.
 56. Vacant
 58. Cairnduff, J., labourer
 60. Carson, Eliza
 62. Vacant
 64. McGarry, Geo., labourer (McGarrey, Geo., holder up in 1890)
 66. Vacant

MALCOLM STREET
Albertbridge Road to Mount Street

   1. Scott, George, fitter
..........Claremont Lane intersects
   3. Glover, Wm., carpenter
   5. Graham, Agnes
   7. Robinson, J., labourer
   9. McIldoon, Mrs.
 11. Melville, Wm., dealer
 13. Vacant
 15. Rea, John, labourer
 17. Hogg, Mrs.
 19. Patterson, Robt., moulder
 21. Buckle, Peter, labourer
 23. Vacant
 25. Smith, Wm., carter
 27. Irvine, Wm., labourer
 29. Wright, J., cabinet maker
 31. Cochrane, T., labourer
 33. Totton, Mrs. (Tatton, Thomas, labourer in 1890)
 35. Douglas, Jas., labourer
 37. Bloomer, Jas., labourer
 39. Scott, John, moulder
 41. Wright, Mary
 43. McAuley, Geo., labourer (McCauley, G., plater's helper in 1890)
 45. Welsh, Mrs. (Walsh, Ann in 1890)
 47. McBrier, John, tailor
 49. Gray, Frederick, printer
 51. Atkinson, Thos., painter
 53. Seaton, Robert
..........Claremont Lane intersects
                             __________

2, 4. Morgan, J., publican
   6. Bell, Leslie, carter
   3. Davidson, S., labourer
 10. English, Chas., labourer
 12. Curry, R., brick layer
 14. Millan, Samuel, cooper (Millen, Alexander, cooper in 1890) (McMillen, Sandy, cooper in 1880)
 16. Brown, Andrew, labourer
 18. Black, Mrs.
 20. Wells, John, labourer
 22. Chambers, James, carter
 24. Murray, Agnes
 26. Brown, Andrew
 28. Magill, John, labourer
 30. Stewart, Wm., labourer
 32. Adams, Thos., packing case maker
 34. Magee, John, labourer
 36. Doggart, Adam, labourer
 38. Lowry, Samuel, car driver (Lowry, Savage in 1890)
 40. Jordan, William, labourer
 42. Humphries, J., labourer (Humphrey, John, labourer in 1890)
 44. Harrison, J., labourer
 46. Beattie, John, carter

MALCOLMSON STREET
Waterford Street to Springfield Road

   1. Side door
   3. Morrison, J., labourer
   5. King, Mrs.
   7. Ferris, John
   9. McKenna, James
 11. Ferris, Mrs.
 13. Hayes, Joseph, hackler
 15. Maginnis, Owen
 17. Mussen, George
 19. Byrne, Saml. J., rougher
 21. Quinn, Hugh, labourer
 23. Donnelly, Peter, labourer
 25. Magennis, Dennis, labourer
 27. McKillen, Patk., labourer
 29. Magee, Eliza
 31. Vacant
 33. McPeake, Edwd., labourer (McPeak, Edward, brick layer in 1890)
 35. McCabit, Patk., labourer
 37. McConville, J., labourer
 39. Graham, Patrick, weaver
 41. Gilmore, Mrs.
 43. Kinney, Matthew
 45. Scullion, Jas., labourer
 47. O'Neill, Mrs.
 49. Carolan, Patrick
 51. Gormley, Patk., labourer
 53. McKinlay, John
55, 57. McQuiston, M., publican (side door)
                              __________

   2. McLoughlin, John (McLaughlan, John, carter in 1890) (McGloughlin, J., labourer in 1880)
   4. McLoughlin, Charles (McLaughlan, Chas. in 1890)
   6. Campbell, Patrick
   8. McCormick, Mrs. (McCormack, Jas., mechanic in 1890)
 10. McCann, James
 12. McKenna, John
 14. Bowman, Mrs.
 16. Drum, Frank, labourer
 18. McGrady, Danl., labourer
 20. Mossey, Rose
 22. Power, John, rougher
 24. McLoughlin, Peter, baker
 26. McIlvenny, Mrs.
 28. Farnan, Mrs.
 30. Darley, John
 32. O'Neill, Mrs.
 34. Dinnon, Mrs.
 36. Hefferon, Danl., labourer
 38. Wilson, Joseph (Wesson, Joseph in 1890)
 40. Duffy, Eliza
 42. McKee, Miss
 44. Coulter, William
 46. Campbell, Joseph
 48. Sharkey, Jno., flax dresser
 50. Butler, Joseph
 52. Shaw, Samuel
 54. Curry, Mrs.
 56. Boal, Richard
 58. Butler, Mrs.
 60. McKenna, Henry

MALONE AVENUE
off Malone Road

   1. Price, Thos., brick layer
   3. MacDonnell, H., banker
   5. Graham, W. J., stationer
   7. Paul, Miss
       Several new houses in course of erection
                               __________

   2. Featherstonhaugh, Mrs.
   4. Hopkinson, H. A., buyer
   6. Smylie, H., chartered accountant
   8. Bell, George, furniture salesman
 10. Luther, Mrs.
 12. Lucy, Wm. R., railway clerk
 14. David, John
 16. Vacant
 18. Lytle, A., litho. artist
 20. Cunningham, James, posting establishment
 22. Barclay, William, clerk
 24. Bains, John
 26. Parkinson, Henry, commission agent

MALONE PARK
Lisburn Road to Malone Road

                            [left hand side]
                                 Killultagh
     Laird, Jno. (of Cramer, Wood & Co.)
                                 Creswick
     Wilson, Mrs.
                                 Thornlea
     Hanna, J., linen merchant
                            Wolsley Villas
                    (Woolsey Villas in 1890)
     Milling, James
     Hancock, R. W., solicitor (Handcock, Robert W., solicitor in 1890)
                               The Manse
     Wilson, Rev. A. J., B.A., Malone Presbyterian Church
                                 Bernagh
     McKee, John, stock and share broker
     Orr, James P., printer and publisher
                               The Limes
     Thompson, H., linen merchant
     Braddell, Edward, architect
                                Huncote
     Stafford, John J., commercial traveller
                                 Melvyn
     Magee, Geo., linen business
                                 Lumeah
       Elwood, Wm. H., dentist
                        Malone Park House
     Reid, Joseph, manager, Foster Green & Co. Ltd. (Forster in 1890)
                                 Montona
       Harden, Mrs.
                              __________

                            [right hand side]
                                Gate Lodge
     Lutton, Samuel, gardener
                                Lansdowne
       Strahan, George, solicitor
                                 Martaville
       Gaffikin, Miss
                                 Dryfeholm
       Wightman, F., shipping agent
                                  Verona
       Cheyne, N., linen manufacturer
                                 Dalriada
       Kelly, Redfern, civil engineer
                                 Tilecote
       Patterson, Robt., iron monger
                               Englemere
                              Linden Villa
       Hall, T., bank accountant
                               Villa Mirza
       Malcolmson, Greer, grocer
                                Woodville
       Dunlop, W. H.
                               Sunnymount
       McDowell, James, manager Belfast Steamship Co.
                               The Rectory
       Seaver, Rev. Richard W., rector St. John's, Malone
                                 Lynwood
       O'Brien, W. D.
                                  Donard
       Whelan, Joseph, agent Bank of Ireland
                                 Bellevue
       Johnston, George, chartered accountant
                                  Marion
       New house unoccupied. Property of R. J. McConnell & Co., Royal Avenue

MALONE PLACE
Off Lisburn Road

   1. McMaster, Robert, tram inspector Belfast Street Tramway Co.
   3. Kane, Wm., flax dresser
   5. Aiken, J., master tailor
   7. Bolton, Margaret, dress and mantle maker
   9. Hawthorn, Esther
 11. Paisley, Alex., labourer
 13. Rea, Matilda
 15. McDowell, Margt., laundry
 17. Campbell, Mary
 19. Todd, Isaac, signalman G.N.R.
 21. McCullough, A., mechanic
 23. Harper, M., overlooker
..........Blondin Street intersects
 25. McClenaghan, Mary Ann
 27. Mitchell, C., cabinet maker
 29. Donnelly, J., compositor
 31. Armstrong, Elizabeth

MALONE ROAD
University Road to Shaw's Bridge

                          [right hand side]
       Methodist College - Rev. O. McCutcheon, D.D., president and theological tutor; Rev. C. E. Coade, M.A., LL.D., president's assistant; Henry S. McIntosh, M.A., head master; J. H. Buckle, accountant
                           Alberta Terrace
   1. Allen, Mrs.
   2. Robson, J. W.
..........Wellesley Avenue intersects
                                Dunelin
   1. Turner, Mrs.
   2. McMullan, T. W., wholesale druggist and general merchant
   3. Harper, A., of A. Harper & Co., Donegall Street
   4. Gribbon, Alexander
   5. Steen, Mrs.
   6. Killen, E. B.
..........Wellington Park intersects
                    Wellington Park House
       Reid, The Misses, Ladies' Collegiate School
41, 43. Moore, Edward, wine and spirit merchant
                         Eglantine Terrace
   2. McCracken, William, bank clerk
   3. Brown, G. B., stock and share broker
   4. Moore, F. M., chronometer and watch maker, 102 High Street
   5. Dudgeon, David
..........Eglantine Avenue intersects
                         Windsor Gardens
   1. Gordon, R. W., J.P.
   2. Vacant
3, 4. Vacant
   5. Kennedy, R. F., bank manager
   6. Vacant
   7. Williamson, Rev. H. M., D.D., minister of Fisherwick Place Presbyterian Church
   8. Benson, Geo., proprietor Belfast Handkerchief Works; managing director Benson's Patent Hemstitching Machine Company
   9. McCormick, Wm., house and land agent and accountant
..........Malone Avenue intersects
                           Chesterfield
       Nugent, James, director J. & J. McConnell, Ltd.
                             Eversleigh
       Bulloch, Alex., merchant
..........Windsor Avenue North intersects
                           Bertha House
       Taylor, Sir David, J.P.
                             Gate Lodge
       Thompson, D., gardener
..........Windsor Avenue intersects
..........Derryvolgie Avenue intersects
                        Derryvolgie House
       Green, Forster
                            Gate Lodge
       Sinclair, William, gardener
..........Windsor Park Avenue intersects
                                Benvue
       Corry, Robert W., J.P. of James P. Corry & Co. Ltd.
       Corry, James W., of James P. Corry & Co. Ltd.
                              Dunarnon
       Johnston, James, J.P., tea merchant
                            Gate Lodge
       Gowdy, Samuel, gardener
..........Adelaide Park intersects
                              Rushmere
       Gotto, Arthur C., merchant
                           Tyrone House
       Lindsay, John A., J.P., merchant and manufacturer
                            Rupert Lodge
       Macauley, P., LL.D., solicitor
..........Marlborough Park intersects
                Hornhill (Thornhill in 1890)
       Walkington, D., solicitor
                              Maryville
       Wilson, Mrs.
                         Maryvale Cottage
       Kelly, Samuel, coachman
..........Osborne Park intersects
       Collins, John, labourer
       Nesbitt, John, labourer
                               Myrtlefield
       Alexander, Joseph, japanner
..........Malone Park intersects
                           Rosemount Villas
       Burdett, H. J., bookkeeper
       Hood, Charles, traveller
..........Stockman's Lane intersects
       Bell, Wm. J., gardener
                               Church View
       Waugh, George, farmer
       St. John's Church, Malone - Rev. R. W. Seaver, rector
       Malone Road National School - Richard Doak, principal
                              Eden Cottage
       McKelvey, J., land steward
                               Beechwood
       Kirkwood, James, farmer
                               Martinville
       Rusk, William, farmer
       Collins, Arthur, blacksmith
       Walker, Alexander, gardener
       Walker, George, labourer
       Patterson, Mrs.
       Holmes, Henry, gardener
       Winters, William, gardener
       Weir, Joseph, card cutter
                             Malone House
       Kertland, E. H., managing director St. Helen's Manufacturing Company, Shaw's Bridge (Ellen's in 1890)
       Currer, Jane
                              Taughmanna
       Crawford, James, farmer
       McVicker, J.
                               Greystown
       McVicker, Mrs. A. J.
                                 Red Hill
       Irvine, Robt. J., labourer
       Irvine, George
       McClelland, David, labourer
       Girvan, Gawn, labourer
..........Finaghy Lane intersects
                             __________

                           [left hand side]
                              Abbotsford
       Walsh, Robert, chartered accountant
                                Ashestiel
       Morrell, James, Commissioner of National Education
                              Cnoc-Alluin
       Adair, Hugh, printer and stationer
       McCausland, Mrs.
                             Sandringham
       Hodges, John F., M.D., F.I.C., professor Queen's College, public analyst for city of Belfast and Counties of Antrim, Tyrone and Donegal, Government analyst
                               Chatsworth
       Corry, William, F.C.S., aerated water manufacturer
                                 Rostellan
       Burnett, John R., merchant
                                 Oranmore
       Inglis, G. F., managing director J. Inglis & Co. Ltd.
                             Chlorine Place
   1. Baxter, Richard
   "   Baxter, William
   2. Collins, William
   3. McKeown, John, commercial traveller
   4. Jenkins, James, J.P.
   5. Brown, Lawson A.
                                 Chlorine
       Crawford, J. W., manufacturer
                            Chlorine House
       Luther, H. W., M.D.
                            Eglantine View
       Gray, Miss Matilda, grocery and posting establishment
                              The Cottage
       Grimshaw, Weston
       Grimshaw, Mrs.
                          Belfast Nurseries
       Crawford, A., & Son - city office, 20 Mill Street
                          Chlorine Gardens
       Wallace, Mrs.
                                  Ardroe
       Lee, James, J.P.
..........Lennoxvale intersects
       Postal pillarbox
                               Sans Souci
       Pim, Jonathan J.
                              Gate Lodge
       Moffett, Joseph, coachman
                                 Merlyn
       McNeill, William
..........Holyrood intersects
                                Coolavin
       Stevenson, John, director McCaw, Stevenson, & Orr, Ltd., printers and publishers
                               Gate Lodge
       Scott, Joseph, gardener
                            Gaffikin's Row
   1. Johnston, Mrs.
   2. Thompson, Jas., coachman
                         Woodbine Cottage
       Neilly, Mrs.
       Postal Pillar Box
                                Cherryhill
       Ward, J. T., linen merchant
                            Carlton House
       Douglas, R.
                               Montpelier
       Dill, Samuel, M.A., professor of Greek, Queen's College
       Cunningham, Robt. O., M.D., professor of Natural History, Queen's College
       Carter, T., handkerchief manufacturer
       Gibson, Samuel, chemist and druggist
                              Gate Lodge
       Mulligan, John, coachman
                                 Dunraven
       Cleaver, John, merchant
                               Gate Lodge
       Verner, Joseph, gardener
                               Notting Hill
       Clarke, Mrs.
       Gunning, F. P., J.P., linen manufacturer
       Robson, John, jun.
       Workman, Wm., stock and share broker
       Greer, Elizabeth
                          Notting Hill House
       Connor, Chas. Cunningham, J.P., M.P., linen manufacturer
                            Danesfort House
       Duffin, Charles
       Danesfort front Lodge - Frs. Baxter, gardener
                                 Beaumont
       Atkinson, Robert, J.P.
       Beaumont Front Lodge - Jno. Christie, coachman
       Beaumont Back Lodge - John McKee, gardener
..........Stranmillis Road intersects
..........Bladon Park intersects
       Hunter, James, labourer
       Sayers, John, farmer
                             St. Helens
       Cinnamond, A., linen merchant
                          New Forge Lane
       Spence, A., laundress
                         New Forge House
       Stuart, J. D., commercial master
                                 Cottages
       Wilson, James, carter
       Gibson, George, farmer
       Shea, Mary A.
                    New Forge Bleachworks
       McMullan, Robert, bleacher
       McClintock, Saml., bleacher
       Robinson, Wm., labourer
       Gibson, Frank, farmer
       Stuthers, Wm., labourer
       Heaney, Joseph, labourer
       Holmes, William, labourer
       Cairnduff, Robert, labourer
       Spence, John, labourer
       Rosbottom, Matilda (Rosbotham, M., sextoness in 1890)
       Patterson, Saml., dairy man
       McCloskey, Thos., labourer
       Darragh, David, labourer
       Garrett, Thomas, dairyman
       Erskine, Mary, spirit grocer
       Bruce, Alex., labourer
       Gilliland, John, labourer
       Martin, Mrs.
       McAfee, Eliza
       Patterson, Samuel, carter

MALT STREET
Grosvenor Street to Little Distillery Street

   1. Gateway
   3. Reddick, Robt., carter
   5. Gordon, Wm., sailor
   7. McDonald, Wm., servant
   9. Armour, John, fitter
 11. Fenning, Isaac, painter
 13. Cowan, Wm., plumber
 15. McLean, James, tailor (McClean, James, tailor in 1890)
 17. Herron, Alex., mechanic
 19. Kincaid, S., labourer
 21. Stafford, Thos., labourer
 23. M'Gill, Wm., beamer (Magill, William, beamer in 1890)
 25. Ferguson, James
 27. Downey, Oliver, harness maker
 29. Cardwell, Eliza
 31. Fox, J., linen lapper
 33. Rice, Thomas, porter
 35. McCann, Robert, carpenter
 37. Hamilton, George, porter
 39. McCrory, Elizabeth
 41. Erwin, Wm., grocer (Irwin, William, grocer in 1890)
                             __________

   2. Hemphill, J., coachman (Hamphill, John, coachman in 1890)
   4. Lavery, Jane
   6. Gamble, Jane
   8. Coates, S., harness maker
 10. Callender, Jane
 12. Callender, William
 14. Christie, Wm., linen lapper
 16. Pinnion, Wm., porter (Penion, Wm., pensioner in 1890)
 18. Carson, Joseph, saddler
 20. Acheson, R., labourer
 22. Dickson, D., labourer
 24. Kennedy, R., labourer
 26. Quinn, J., labourer
 28. Andrews, Saml., baker
30, 32. Vacant
 34. McConnell, J., carpenter
 36. Toland, Wm., labourer
 38. Shields, Andrew, painter
 40. Campbell, Jas., labourer
 42. McKee, David, carter

MALVERN PLACE
Hopeton Street to Malvern Street

   1. White, Mrs., grocer
   3. Clenaghan, Hugh, joiner
   5. Robb, Samuel, porter
   7. Gibson, William, joiner
   9. Adair, Robert, furniture remover
 11. Truesdale, H., tram driver
 13. Vacant
 15. Rodgers, Mrs.
 17. Fleming, Wm., brush maker
 19. Bashford, T. G.
 21. Shaw, John
 23. Robinson, Jas., publican
                              __________

   2. Simpson, John, moulder
   4. Scott, John, rivetter
   6. Montgomery, J., joiner
   8. Major, Mrs.
 10. Blaney, Mrs., grocer
..........Joseph Street intersects
 12. Vacant
 14. Houston, J., pensioner
 16. Patterson, H., carter

MALVERN STREET
Shankill Road to Blenheim Street

    1. Delany, Mrs. (Delaney, C. S., hairdresser in 1890)
  1a. Cordner, Henry
  1b. McDonald, Henry, printer
    3. Turner, James, weaver
    5. McAdam, Geo., iron turner
    7. Carroll, Mrs.
    9. Thompson, J., store keeper
  11. Truelick, William
  13. Brown, Samuel, grocer
  15. Rosbotham, J., hackler (Rosbottom, Jas., flax dresser in 1890)
17, 19. Branagh, James, grocer
  21. Stitt, Mrs.
  23. McQuiston, George
  25. Hutchinson, James
  27. Goodall, Mrs.
  29. Scott, Jas., brass finisher
  31. Brown, Hugh, smith
  33. Gorman, J., brick layer
  35. Rea, Robert, tenter
  37. Turner, James, fireman
  39. Toner, H. John
  41. Wallace, Richard
  43. Hughes, John, porter
  45. Barr, Samuel
  47. McIntosh, James
  49. Kernaghan, A., traveller
  51. Leslie, James
  53. Henry, John
  55. Robinson, J., shoe maker
  57. McClurg, James
  59. Rankin, Mrs.
  61. White, John
  63. Barber, John, baker
  65. Minnis, James (Minniss, James, pensioner in 1890)
  67. Vacant
  69. McComb, John, hackler
  71. Craig, J., hackle setter
  73. Tweed, James, tailor
  75. Verner, William
  77. McVeigh, William
  79. Chambers, Mrs.
  81. Mateer, William
  83. Wright, Mrs.
  85. Vacant
  87. Weir, John
  89. Black, Mrs.
  91. Jameson, Robert (Jamison, Robt., labourer in 1890)
  93. Brown, John, carter
  95. Orr, James
  97. Martin, Miss
  99. Scott, Mrs.
                              __________

2, 4. Vacant
   6. McFarland, William
   8. Vacant
 10. Earl, Andrew, bottler
 12. Redpath, Mrs. (Readpath, E., char woman in 1890)
 14. Baird, John
16, 18. Smithworks
 20. Bell, Mrs.
 22. Patterson, William
 24. Patterson, Miss
 26. Vacant
 28. Stewart, Robert, tenter
 30. Bruce, William, joiner
..........Mansfield Street intersects
 32. Mission Hall
 34. Caldwell, Mrs.
 36. Bell, Andrew
 38. Crozier, John, baker
 40. Vacant
 42. Forster, Mrs. (Foster, William, carter in 1890)
 44. Thompson, George
 46. Preston, Wm., joiner
 48. Haddock, William, dealer
 50. McClure, Thomas, carter
 52. McIldoon, James, moulder
 54. Bradly, Hugh (Bradley, Hugh, labourer in 1890)
 56. Craig, John
 58. McDonald, Robert
 60. McNeill, John
 62. Vacant
 64. Drummond, John, baker
 66. Williams, T., shoe maker
 68. Chapman, Hugh
 70. Campbell, John, sawyer
 72. Press, J., pattern maker
 74. Vacant
 76. Cummings, James, butler
 78. McClelland, John (McLelland, John, labourer in 1890)
 80. McKeown, R., compositor
 82. McKibbin, D., fitter
 84. Gribben, James, teacher
 86. Scotland, Mrs.
 88. Stewart, Miss
 90. Vacant
 92. McGuigan, James, publican and grocer

MALVERN STREET UPPER
Hemsworth Street to Conlon Street

  96. Moore, Wm., grocer
  98. Harrison, Wm., weaver
100. Bredon, John, plater's helper (Bradon, J., brass moulder in 1890)
102. Lockhart, Jas., carter
104. Waring, Jno., plasterer
106. Kidd, Jos., labourer
108. Montgomery, S., loftsman
110. Fletcher, Geo., labourer
112. Vacant
114. Pratt, A., labourer
116. Craig, Robt., labourer
118. Pratt, Wm., labourer
120, 122. Vacant
                             __________

103. Moore, Mary Jane
105. McDowell, S., fireman
107. Young, Mrs.
109. Cobain, Wm., rigger
111. Palmer, Wm., labourer
113. Crooks, Marshall, tailor
115. Cunningham, R., plasterer
117. McCrea, H., horse shoer
119. Porter, George, hooper
121. McCall, Catherine
123. Arnot, Wm., labourer
125. Winter, Mary Ann
127. Kerr, D., labourer
129. Porter, Geo., labourer
131. Lee, James, labourer

MANDERSON STREET
off Gilbert Street

   7. Murray, Miss
   1. McKee, Miss
   2. Graham, S., labourer
   3. Tosh, Henry, sawyer
   4. Allen, Saml, gardener
   5. McConnell, J., labourer
   6. Clarke, James
                            Gilbert Terrace
   1. Millar, James
                              __________

   2. Vacant
   3. Beattie, John, labourer
   4. Gateway
   5. Logan, Thos., labourer
   6. Cardwell, W., coal dealer
   7. Anderson, J., labourer
   9. Vance, E., labourer
 11. Lewis, Thos., labourer
 13. Wright, D. M., traveller
 15. Stevenson, J., labourer
 17. McAdams, R., labourer
 19. Lewis, Thos., labourer
 21. Vacant
 23. Dobbin, W., dairyman

MANSFIELD STREET
Brownlow Street to Downing Street
(Malvern Street to Downing Street in 1890)

   2. McKinnon, Alexander
   4. Williamson, Mrs.
   6. Williamson, John
   8. Vacant
 10. Hull, Thomas, rivetter
 12. McNeight, Mrs. (McKnight, Elizabeth in 1890)
 14. Williamson, John
 16. Dolaghan, John, grocer (Daloughan, John, van driver in 1890)
18, 20. McDonald, J., grocer (McDonnell, Thomas, grocer in 1890)
 22. Vacant
 24. McKecknie, Mrs. (McKehnie, James in 1890) (McKechnie, Jane in 1880)
 26. Thompson, Mrs.
 28. Brown, Samuel
 30. Smith, J., brick layer
 32. Martin, John
 34. Allen, Edward
 36. McRoberts, J., baker
 38. Thompson, Thomas
 40. Dixon, John, carter (Dickson, John in 1890)

MANOR STREET
Summer Street to Cliftonville

   1. Harvey, H., engine driver
   3. McKelvey, Mrs.
   5. Allen, S., carpenter
   7. Spence, Wm., painter
   9. Clarke, John, tenter
 11. Kelso, John, rivetter
 13. McWilliams, Mrs.
 15. Taylor, Arthur, joiner
 17. McClurkin, Thos., joiner
 19. Allen, Alex. (side door)
..........Derg Street intersects
..........Bandon Street intersects
 21. Gilmore, Mrs., grocer
 23. Houston, William
 25. Knott, Mrs.
..........Alloa Street intersects
..........Helmsdale Street intersects
..........Annalee Street intersects
                               __________

 2a. McLaughlin, H., builder
 2b. Allen, Alex., painter
 4a. Adair, Saml., tailor
 6a. Sturgeon, J., compositor
 8a. O'Neill, John, boot and shoe maker
10a. Side door
..........Beechpark Street intersects
2, 4. Boyce, T., publican
   6. Logan, John, seaman
   8. McCarthy, J., brick layer
 10. Spence, D., painter
 12. Scott, Wm., carpenter
 14. Lowry, W., compositor
 16. Brady, R. J., plasterer
 18. Johnston, T., printer
 20. Gourley, Isabella
 22. Chamberlain, W. H., chemist
 24. Thompson, T., druggist's assistant
 26. Gavillet, Charles F., commercial traveller
 28. Meclennan, A. F., commercial traveller
 30. Davidson, Joseph, carpenter
 32. Campbell, C., weigh master
 34. McCord, John, joiner
..........Old Park Street intersects
..........Roseleigh Street intersects
       A number of new houses not completed

MARCHIONESS STREET
off Cullingtree Road

   1. O'Donnell, James, carter
   3. McClean, Ed., labourer
   5. Delaney, Mary
   7. McGinn, Thos., baker (Maginn, Thomas, baker in 1890)
   9. Lee, James, dealer
 11. McMinn, J., shoe maker
 13. Lundy, John, labourer
 15. McCart, Mary
 17. Maginess, Thos., porter (Maginnis, Thomas, porter in 1890)
 19. Grant, John, stone cutter
 21. Moran, William, labourer
 23. Kennedy, Patk., labourer
 27. Graham, Susan
 29. McKeown, John, labourer
 31. Rocks, Peter, labourer
 33. Murphy, William
 35. Vacant
 37. McGlone, Patk., labourer (M'Glone?) (Maglone, Patrick in 1890)
 39. McGahan, John, labourer
 41. Dorkan, Daniel, labourer
 43. Gilmore, Patk., bottler
 45. McCaffery, Owen, labourer (McCafferty, Owen in 1890)
 47. Downey, M. J., laundress
                             __________

   2. McGrann, Jane
   4. O'Reilly, P., furnace man (Reilly, Mary, mill worker in 1890)
   6. McVeigh, F., labourer (Teigh, Francis, labourer in 1890)
   8. McClarnon, James, labourer
 10. McKenna, Patk., fireman
 12. Ward, Ann
 14. Fox, John, weaver
 16. Mallon, Mary
 18. Cullivan, Bridget (Sullivan? Colligan?)
 20. McCardle, J., labourer
 22. McAnulty, M., slater
 24. Rooney, James, labourer
 26. Martin, Charles, labourer
 28. Early, Charles, carter
 30. McGahey, Wm., shoe maker
 32. Connolly, Jas., labourer
 34. McGinness, Jas., labourer (Maginnis, James, van drever (driver) in 1890)
 36. Farrell, John, shoe maker
 38. Murphy, Peter, labourer
 40. McClarnon, M., labourer
 42. Clarke, Philip, labourer
 44. McGreevy, John, labourer
 46. Googhan, James, labourer
 48. Hannan, Richard, carter
 50. O'Neill, John, labourer

MARCUS WARD STREET
Dublin Road to Hardcastle Street

       Tate, William E., carpenter and Venetian blind maker

MARIA PLACE
Hudson Street to M'tier Street
(Matier in 1890)

   1. Jelly, John, carter
   2. Montgomery, George
   4. Taylor, John
   6. Vacant
   8. Wilson, Chas., painter
 10. Loney, Mrs.
 12. Hanna, Joseph
 14. McGee, M. J.
16, 18. Houston, J., car owner
 20. Skelly, Samuel
 22. Thompson, Mrs.
 24. Smyth, Andrew
 26. Hunter, Thomas
 28. Anderson, Henry
 30. Chambers, J., traveller
 32. Dunn, Saml., joiner
 34. Weir, A., stone cutter

MARIA STREET
Leadbetter Street to Maria Place

   1. Melville, Jas., mechanic
   3. Bell, Mrs.
   5. McIntyre, Miss
   7. McConnell, Miss
   9. Blakely, Miss
 11. McConnell, J., brush maker
 13. Proctor, E., labourer
 15. Gibb, Ezekiel
 17. Mulholland, P.
 19. Hicklin, Wm., hackler
 21. Adair, Samuel
 23. Willis, R.
 25. McMullen, D.
 27. McCluskey, Henry, grocer
                             __________

   2. Spratt, T., car owner
   4. Jackson, David
   6. Wilson, William
   8. Johnston, Mrs.
 10. Stewart, Joseph
 12. Scott, William
 14. Chambers, Mrs.
 16. Taylor, Robert
 18. Lavery, William
 20. Armstrong, Richard
 22. McIntyre, William
 24. McAlpin, Mrs.
 26. Vacant

MARINE STREET
Little Ship Street to Garmoyle Street

   1. McIntosh, George, joiner
   3. Curry, G., rivetter
   5. Maxwell, John, joiner
   7. Higginson, R., labourer
..........Nelson Street intersects
   9. McKinley, J., missionary
       Stores
 37. Boyce, T., plater's helper
 39. Mackie, Mrs. (Mackin, Janet in 1890)
 41. Harrison, I., sail maker (saw maker in 1890)
 43. Carroll, Mrs.
                             __________

   2. Cannon, D., caulker
   4. Emerson, John, labourer
   6. Austin, Hugh, labourer
   8. Beggs, Wm., labourer
 10. Keenan, P., labourer
 12. Hedley, Robt., fireman
 14. Frame, S. J., joiner
 16. Clark, Matthew, joiner
 18. Frame, James, joiner
 20. Delaney, John, labourer
 22. Marshall, Jas., labourer
 24. Reilly, Chas., labourer
 26. Hughes, H., labourer
..........Nelson Street intersects
 30. Vacant
 32. Donaghy, Mary A.
 34. McMurtry, John, tailor
 36. Elliott, Wm., seaman
 38. Curran, John, carter
 40. Holmes, C., ship's mate
 42. Walsh, Peter, seaman
 44. Fegan, J., cattle dealer
 46. Flannagan, J., labourer
 48. O'Haire, P., rivetter
 50. Hunter, A., carter
 52. McNeill, Jane
 54. McLaughlin, P., rigger
 56. Mitchell, B., engine driver
 58. Galbraith, A., labourer
 60. Murphy, John, labourer
 62. Petticrew, A., seaman
 64. O'Dwyer, Mrs.
 66. McNaughton, D., labourer
 68. Robinson, W., labourer
 70. Milligan, Wm., labourer
 72. Allison, J., labourer
 74. Mackie, W., carpenter
 76. Morton, Patrick
 78. Davison, A., labourer

MARION STREET
Burke Street to Ashton Street

   1. Craig, William, grocer
   3. McIlroy, Saml., joiner
   5. Berry, John, carver
   7. McCracken, S., finisher
   9. McCullough, Mrs.
 11. Fleming, T., upholsterer
 13. McKeown, John, labourer
 15. Percy, Alexander
 17. Woods, Saml., tailor
 19. Sturgeon, George
 21. Spence, William, seaman
 23. Gamble, John, traveller
 25. Johnston, W. J., upholsterer
 27. Owens, Samuel, baker
                             __________

   2. Rochford, Mrs. (Rocheford, Mrs. in 1890)
   4. Rooney, B., joiner
   6. Darragh, Miss
   8. Adair, Mary A.
 10. McKinty, W., flax dresser
 12. McCotter, P., carpenter
 14. McDonald, Mrs.
 16. Boyd, Hugh, smith
 18. Auld, James, pavior
 20. Payne, M., labourer
 22. Craig, Allen, carpenter
 24. Surgener, W., sawyer (Surgeon, William, sawyer in 1890)
 26. Morrison, R., tinsmith
 28. McComish, Jos., painter (McCormick, Joseph, painter in 1890)
 30. Panzin, Joseph
 32. Savage, The Misses
 34. Howell, Frederick

MARKET STREET
May Street to Eliza Street

    1. Murphy, Lizzie, publican (side door)
    3. McConkey, E., potato merchant
    5. Leighton, John, nailer
    7. Mills, Saml., dealer
    9. Short, Mrs.
  11. McAlister, Jas., labourer
  13. Morrison, Charles, fowl dealer
  15. Perry, W. J., porter
  17. McAlister, James, clerk
  19. McLoughlan, J., vice smith
  21. McCoy, Catherine
  23. Glennon, M., basket maker
  25. Conway, F., labourer (Conaway, F. in 1890)
  27. Connor, Margaret, weaver
  29. Riley, Mrs., dealer
..........Cromac Square intersects
  55. McWilliams, Mrs.
  57. Lennon's stable yard
  59. Collins, Wm., labourer
  61. O'Donnell, H., lighterman
  63. McGlade, publican (back door)
  65. Mitchell, E. J., grocer
  67. Latimer, Mary, weaver (Latimore, Maggie in 1890)
  69. McMahon, John, carter
  71. Caden, John, plasterer
  73. McGreevy, H., labourer
  75. McCracken, Agnes
  77. Lowry, T., car owner
  81. Kelly, Eliza, dealer
  83. McCormick, Mrs.
  85. McCann, James, dealer
  87. Matchett, James, carter (Matchet, James, dealer in 1890)
  89. McAlister, C., labourer
  91. Morgan, J., horse dealer
93, 99. Vacant
101. Beattie, Jas., carpenter
                              __________

   2. Murphy, Jane (side door)
   4. Bergin, J.
   6. Carlisle, James, potato dealer
8, 10. McLaughlin - potato dealer
 12. Clinton, Henry, seaman
 14. McManus, P., carter
 16. McAreavey, H., labourer
 18. Morrison, B., fowl dealer
 20. King, P., plasterer
 22. McCarthy, C., labourer (McCartney, Charles, labourer in 1890)
..........Cromac Square intersects
 48. McGrath, J., lighterman
 50. Dunn, Wm., spouter
 52. Nelson, H., shoe maker
 54. Morrisey, M., labourer
 56. Donaghey, John, bottler
 58. Gibson, Ellen
 60. Mount, T., labourer
 62. Cooper, Mary, dealer
 64. Collins, P., fowl dealer
 66. Garvey, Mrs., weaver (McCarvey, Mrs. Bridget in 1890)
 68. Rogers, W., labourer
 70. Megarry, Jas., labourer
 72. Cassidy, Mrs.
 74. Bradley, P., labourer
 76. Conaway, Mrs. (Conway, Mary, dealer in 1890)
 78. Vacant
 80. Boyce, Wm., dealer
 82. Oprey, N., seaman
84, 86. Vacant
       Wheeler & Co., bottling stores

MARKLAND STREET
off Springfield Road

   2. Lundie, Mrs.
   4. Hanna, Mrs.
   6. Watson, Thomas W., draughtsman
   8. Cathey, T., engine man
 10. Hodgekinson, F., hackle maker
 12. Braithwaite, Mrs.
 14. McDowell, Fras., spinning master

MARLBOROUGH PARK
Lisburn Road to Malone Road

                                Sunnyside
       Thompson, G. R., civil service
                                 Floraville
       Milligan, Thomas (director Bushell & Co.)
                                   Gorton
       Belfrage, R. B., civil engineer
                              Cherry Valley
   1. Spiller, D. F., solicitor
   2. Hall, Robt. B., Barrister-at-Law
                              Spencer Villas
   1. Colville, Jas. M. (director Murray, Sons, & Co. Ltd.
   2. Murray, Thomas N.
                                Emmaville
       Shanks, T., merchant tailor
                                  Ivanhoe
       Craig, James
                               Lisderry
       Verner, Robt., seedsman
                          Alexandra House
       Martin, C. B., Standard Life Insurance Company
                               Richmond
       Niven, R., linen manufacturer
                                Dunearn
       Nelson, Lydia
                           Richmond Villas
   1. Woods, H. S., solicitor
   2. Wheeler, Mary
                              Beechwood
       Crossley, Mrs.
                               Farnham
       Greenhill, J., grain and flour merchant
                              Buncrana
       Woods, H. McCalmont, Belfast Corporation accountant
                               Kilmaurs
       Young, Ernest (of Young, King & Co., distillers)
                            Alberta Villas
   1. Currell, John (of Currell's factory, Belfast)
   2. Magee, Mary
                            Garfield Villa
       Harvey, J., commercial traveller
                              Melrose
       Hill, W. A., foreign correspondent
                                Roslyn
       Stirling, Thos. (manager for Riddel & Co. )
                   Averard (Averad in 1890)
       Megarry, F., J.P., linen merchant
                             Lindisfarne
       Mullan, Wm. (of Harland & Wolff)
                               Ardkeen
       Martin, Alexander
                              Inch-Marlo
       Wilson, John Killen, wholesale woollen manufacturer
                   Marlborough Park House
       Barbour, John, mill owner
                               Roseberry
       Lindsay, Mrs. Robert
                               Oakenshaw
       Anderson, John M.

MARLBOROUGH PARK AVENUE
off Lisburn Road

   1. Burns, John, milkman
   3. Hamlett, Wm., coachman
   5. McKee, R. P., joiner
   7. Houston, Mrs.
   9. Houston, E., dairyman
 11. Marlborough Laundry
 13. Carmichael, W., blacking and match factory
                            __________

   2. Shanks, Wm., milkman
   4. Allen, J., baker
   6. Vacant
   8. Houston, J., boot maker
 10. Percival, J., carpenter
 12. Montgomery, E., carter
 14. Vance, R., coachman
 16. Arbuckle, John, labourer
 18. St. Lawrence, V., labourer

MARLBOROUGH STREET
Victoria Street to Donegall Quay

1, 3. Lytle, J. & Sons; side entrance
..........Princes Street intersects
   7. Barry, Mrs.; side entrance
9, 11. Vacant
 13. McCausland, S., stores
                            __________

2, 4. Brown, Corbett & Co., stores
6, 8. Lytle, J., & Sons, stables
 10. McDonald, John, refreshment rooms
 12. D'Ermaine, Robt., grocer (De Ermaine, shopkeeper in 1890)
 14. Byrne, P., commission agent

MARQUIS STREET
Mill Street to Smithfield

   1. Side door
   7. Tosh, Mrs.
 15. Browne, W., syrup maker
 17. Barry, Patk., tailor
 19. O'Reilly, B., sexton St. Mary's R. C. Church
 23. Ryan, A., tobacco pipe maker
 25. Gallagher, Thomas, tailor
 27. McCormack, Patk., carrier
 29. Barr, Wm., marine dealer
2, 3. Side door
   4. Haslett, R., carpenter and house jobber

MARSHALL'S COURT
three small houses

MARSHALL STREET
off Green Street
ten small houses

MARTIN STREET
Templemore Avenue to Belvoir Street

   1. Ellison, C., ship carpenter
   3. Archibald, Christina
   5. Kane, S., labourer
   7. Ross, Robt., labourer
   9. Walker, Wm., fitter
 11. Seddon, W., ship carpenter
 13. Curley, M., labourer
 15. Davis, Jas., rivetter
 17. Brown, Hugh, clerk
 19. Beattie, Ellen
 21. Kane, H., railway porter
 23. Magee, John, gardener
 25. Burns, John, plater
 27. Clarke, Edwd., plater
 29. Hunter, R., labourer
 31. Whitehill, A., carpenter
 33. Carson, Sarah
 35. Starrett, J., blacksmith
 37. Donnan, Thos., joiner
                               __________

   2. Sunter, J., spirit grocer
   4. McKibbin, H., blacksmith
   6. Little, Saml., tailor
   8. Kernaghan, J., blacksmith
 10. Martin, H., plater's helper
 12. Kneath, T., ship carpenter
 14. Black, E., ship carpenter
 16. Law, Charles, tailor
 18. Cromie, J., engineer
 20. Barr, J., rivetter
 22. McNeil, W., boiler maker
 24. Hunter, Robt., miller
 26. Bennett, John William, constable R.I.C.
 28. Cushing, W., ship carpenter
 30. McCordick, J., caulker
 32. Bercley, Wm., joiner
 34. Boyce, John, labourer
 36. McKee, Saml., baker
 38. Stokes, Ann Mary

MARY'S MARKET
Off Townsend Street

   1. Garrett, Mrs.
   2. McBride, Mrs.
   3. McDonald, D., labourer
   4. McDonald, Margaret
5, 6. Doyle, James, labourer
7, 8. Dunwoody, W., labourer
   9. Murphy, Mrs.
 10. Skillen, Mrs.
11, 12. Peel, J., boot and shoe maker
13, 14. Vacant
 15. Barron, Saml., labourer
16, 17. Tweedie, J., labourer
18, 19. Pratt, J., labourer
 20. Lee, Thos., labourer
 21. Hill, John, labourer
 22. Shanks, Thos., cook
23, 25. Gibson, T., brass founder
26, 27. Matchett, M., labourer
28, 29. Brown, G., coachman
30, 31. McCready, J., labourer

MARY'S PLACE
Wylie Street to Hutchinson Street
a number of small houses

MARY STREET
Albert Street to Alma Street

   1. Kernan Brothers, whisky stores
   3. Devlin, James, labourer
   5. McDermott, E., reeling master
   7. Stabling yard
   9. Quinn, J., car owner
 11. Ball, P., shoe maker
 13. McKeown, Patk., litho. printer
 15. Dickson, A., rougher
 17. Gaffiken, John, painter
 19. McConnell, Mrs.
 21. Griffin, Eliza
23, 25. Stabling
 27. Ferran, Mrs.
 29. McCann, James, gardener
 31. O'Connor, A., labourer
 33. Vacant
 35. McGlone, J., flax dresser
..........Peel Street intersects
 37. O'Neill, John, groom
 39. Murray, Miss
 41. Ross, James, labourer
 43. McVeigh, John
 45. Moore, Lewis, labourer
..........Colin Street intersects
 47. Donnelly, James, labourer
 49. Robinson, Mrs.
..........Longford Court intersects
 51. Murray. P., rougher
 53. Quinn, Mrs.
 55. Myles, M., labourer
 57. Bracken, Mrs.
                             __________

2, 4. McConville, John (side door)
   6. Raw, John, labourer (Raw in 1890)
   8. McKee, Jos., plasterer
 10. Dorrian, E., labourer
 12. Martin, John, sailor
..........Lemon Street intersects
 14. Lee, Catherine
 16. Monaghan, P., labourer
 18. Lynn, Jas., labourer
 20. Hagans, J., labourer
 22. McAllister, T., labourer
 24. Agnew, Jas., waiter
 26. Devlin, Fras., labourer
 28. McKeown, Patk., printer
 30. Vacant
 32. Kelly, Francis, rougher
 34. McNally, M., flax dresser
 36. Newel, Robert, painter
..........Peel Street intersects
 38. Finton, Danl., rougher
 40. French, Edward, hackler
..........Colin Street intersects
 42. Hilland, Geo., labourer
 44. McKee, Peter, labourer
 46. McKay, James, tenter
 48. Murphy, John, labourer
 50. Donnelly, John, labourer
 52. Hart, Patrick, labourer

MARYVILLE STREET
Bankmore Street to Donegall Pass

   1. Scott, James, marble mason
   3. Roberts, Wellington S., coffee stand keeper
   5. Fearon, G., linen lapper
   7. McFerran, A., brick layer
   9. Adams, Hugh, baker
 11. Faulkner, Jas., store man
 13. Caldwell, R., linen lapper
 15. Furphy, Margaret
 17. Keown, Emily
 19. Cussack, Patk., R.I.C.
 21. Cussack, Thomas, R.I.C. (Cussick, Thomas, detective in 1890)
 23. Hart, Francis, labourer (Harte in 1890)
 25. Dornan, R., linen packer
 27. Moorcroft, Mat., porter
 29. Madders, A., carpenter
 31. Rabiger, Wm., butcher
 33. Scammell, H., railway fireman
 35. Furphy, B. B., linen lapper
 37. McMahon, T., sergt. R.I.C.
 39. Mullen, Thomas, musician (Mullen in 1890)
 41. Johnston, J., carpenter
 43. Anderson, Arthur, tailor
 45. Stanage, T. A., R.I.C. (Stannage in 1890)
 47. Wright, Fannie, milliner
 49. McConnell, W. J., umbrella frame maker
 51. Robinson, Hugh, labourer
 53. Wright, Wm., labourer
 55. Shannon, Frank, R.I.C.
 57. Aiken, Mrs.
 59. Furphy, Mary
 61. Weir, Robert, R.I.C.
 63. Short, J., railway inspector
 65. Hayden, Thomas, grocer
..........Ashbourne Street intersects
 67. Carey, Mrs. S.
 69. Prout, Edw., bill poster
 71. Currie, Wm. H., clerk
 73. McKendry, J., linen lapper
 75. Houston, Robert, R.I.C.
..........Salisbury Street intersects
 77. Madders, Catherine, grocer
 79. Cherry, A., linen measurer
 81. Verran, John G., joiner
 83. Evans, Wm., glass cutter
 85. Gallen, R. O., superintendent
 87. Bush, Ben., marine fireman
 89. Sterling, J., warehouseman
 91. Foreman, Miss G., grocer
..........Hartington Street intersects
 93. Stringer, Wm., tailor
 95. Fowke, Mrs.
 97. Munro, J., litho. printer
 99. Bradin, Joseph, mechanic
101. McKnight, J., bread server
103. McConnell, S., yardman
                             __________

   2. Allen, Wm., grocer
   4. Scholes, T. H., head boots
   6. Lowe, Jas., factory worker
   8. Irvine, James, stone cutter
 10. Bell, Wm., porter
 12. Brady, F., blacksmith
 14. Kennedy, J., engine driver
 16. Dobbin, S., linen lapper
 18. McConnell, James, porter
 20. Dowling, Joseph
 22. Ballance, A., book binder
 24. Crothers, Jane
 26. Smith, T., linen lapper
 28. Andrews, David, grocer's assistant
 30. McConnell, Charlotte
 32. Brown, John, van driver
 34. Martin, Mrs.
 36. Bocking, Wm., porter
 38. Graham, Wm., plumber
 40. Martin, James, student
 42. Blair, John, confectioner
 44. Megarry, Thomas, flag setter (Magarry in 1890)
 46. Purvis, Robert, gardener
 48. Brown, Margaret Jane
 50. Johnston, M. E., dress maker
 52. Kennedy, J., silver plate cleaner
 54. McClelland, J., engine man
 56. Campbell, Miss
 58. Scott, Mrs.
 60. Gillis, Wm., tenter
 62. Johnston, E., carpenter
 64. Brown, John, R.I.C.
 66. Whiteman, Francis
 68. Hoy, Alex., whitesmith (Hoey in 1890)
 70. Leslie, N., linen packer
 72. Warwick, James, clerk
 74. McAllister, Mrs.
 76. Millar, Hugh, clerk (Miller in 1890)
 78. Darcus, Joseph
 80. McClure, Wm., tailor
 82. Spence, Annie
 84. Meenan, D., publican
 86. McBride, Andw., cooper
 88. Barr, Thomas, baker
 90. Boyd, John, tinsmith
 92. Sherman, Mrs., dress maker
 94. Hall, James, labourer
 96. Stringer, T., stereotyper
 98. McKee, Miss
100. Little, Miss
102. Hatch, Saml. H., R.I.C.
104. McIntyre, Mrs., ladies' nurse
106. Hodge, Saml., compositor
108. Crothers, Margaret
110. Wallace, J., acting sergt. R.I.C.
112. Thompson, R., car owner
114. Shannon, Saml., printer
116. Crozier, Alexander, clerk
118. Yuile, H., bookkeeper
120. Bayne, Elizabeth, dress maker
122. Bryans, Richard, R.I.C.
124. Lowe, J., reed finisher
126. Bingham, Christie
128. Butler, Wm., bread server

MASHONA STREET
off Woodstock Road

MASSEREENE STREET
Cullingtree Road to Nail Street

   3. Crugan, Mary J., char woman
   5. Coulter, Mary
   7. Heaney, Kate, char woman
   9. Burns, Jas., pork cutter
 11. McGran, Wm. J., carter
 13. McLoughran, Jas., labourer
 15. Short, Daniel, labourer
 17. Maguire, S., boot salesman
 19. Kelly, Mary
 21. Grimley, Ann, dealer
 23. Dogherty, Catherine
 25. Deighan, M., traveller
 27. Kerrigan, Rose
 29. Tochail, Elizabeth
 31. Mooney, John, labourer
 33. Waters, Peter, porter (Watters in 1890)
 35. Vallely, Francis, hawker
 37. Kelly, Robert, labourer
 39. Doyle, Chas., labourer
 41. Conlan, James, van man (Colman, James in 1890)
 43. Fitzsimmon, J., labourer
 45. Drummond, Edw., rougher
 47. Maginnis, J., shoe maker
 49. Reynolds, J., upholsterer
 51. Maginty, John, sawyer (McGinnety, John, sawyer in 1890)
 53. Hall, Eliza, mill worker
 55. Smith, P., flyer maker
 57. Maginty, Felix, oiler (McGinnity, Felix in 1890) (Maginity, Rose in 1880)
59, 61. McVeigh, clothier
                             __________

   4. Lemon, Wm., slater (Lennon, Wm., slater in 1890)
   6. Duff, Mary
   8. Trainor, Patrick, labourer
 10. Higginson, Margaret
 12. Devlin, James, rougher
 14. McAnespie, H., boot finisher
 16. Hughes, Wm., labourer
 18. O'Connor, Wm., labourer
 20. Downey, Patk., painter
 22. Mooney, E., carpenter
 24. Caulfield, Wm., labourer
 26. McElernon, Ann
 28. O'Shea, M., labourer
 30. Keenan, Mary, reeler
 32. Finlay, Mary
 34. Murphy, Rose Ann
 36. Flynn, James, labourer (Finn, John in 1890)
 38. Donnelly, John, carter
 40. McSherry, Edw., labourer (McSheehy, Edward, labourer in 1890)
 42. O'Neill, Michael, labourer
 44. Devlin, Margaret
 46. Devlin, Patrick, slater
 48. Cronan, Ann
 50. McLernon, H., labourer
 52. Burns, James, labourer
 54. McMahon, Jane
56, 58, 60. Douris, Sarah Ann, grocer

MATCHETT STREET
Snugville Street to Tennant Street

   1. Bell, William, oiler
   3. Gordon, Mrs.
   5. Baxter, Jas., brick layer
   7. Shaw, M., engine fitter
   9. Hillier, Wm., labourer
 11. Gracey, Wm., engineer
 13. Harper, Robt., carpenter
..........Jersey Street intersects
 15. Lyttle, Robt., labourer
 17. Gardiner, James, baker
 19. Smith, G., cabinet maker
 21. Wright, Robert, fitter
 23. Thompson, T., labourer
 25. Mason, William, clerk
..........Silvio Street intersects
                          Shandon Terrace
 29. Hewitt, T., pattern maker
 31. Stewart, James, plater
 33. Carse, Wm., engineer
 35. Beggs, James, traveller
 37. Longmore, H., blacksmith
 39. Rooking, Jos., plasterer
..........Bisley Street intersects
 41. Hill, Joseph, traveller
 43. Freeman, Wm., labourer
 45. Humphrey, Joseph, clerk
 47. Browne, Geo., labourer
 49. Barnett, Mrs.
 51. Keary, John, carter
                              __________

   2. Rainey, David, driller
   4. McKinstry, John, engine driver
   6. Elliott, Wm., flax dresser
 10. Ceaser, James, painter (Caesar?)
 12. Haffern, John, trailer
 14. Orchin, Fredk., driller
 16. Savage, Jas., shoe maker
 18. Nelson, David, printer
 20. Kilpatrick, Miss
 22. Magill, Alex., time keeper
 24. Parkinson, J., cloth passer
 26. Palmer, A., confectioner
 28. Thomas, John, fireman
 30. Parkinson, Eliza
 32. Phenix, J., thread finisher
 34. Tully, J., brass moulder
 36. Kernaghan, A., traveller
 38. Jackson, Henry, labourer
 40. Lee, Mrs.
 42. McKee, W., insurance agent
44, 46. Bell, J., spirit grocer
 48. Dorman, James oiler
 50. Thompson, Mrs.
 52. Sherlock, Mrs.
52a. Crooks, James, plasterer
 54. Cairns, Joseph, tailor
 56. Cross, Mrs.
 58. Nesbitt, J., hackle setter
 60. Ravening, A., labourer
 62. Harbinson, John, printer
 64. McGourley, R., blacksmith
 66. Henderson, W., labourer
 68. Dunbar, Hugh, baker
 70. Robinson, Mrs.
 72. Corbett, James, labourer
 74. Carothers, R., flax dresser
 76. Majury, Mrs.
 78. Bell, Wm., signal man
 80. Craig, Alex., labourer
 82. Alexander, John, tenter
 84. Culbert, Jacob, labourer
 86. McMeekin, Wm., labourer
 88. Neill, John, flax dresser
 90. Hart, James, wood turner
..........Carnan Street intersects
92, 94. Taylor, S., spirit grocer

MATILDA STREET
Blackstaff Road to Mabel Street

   1. Stewart, Fredk., packer
   3. Gillespie, Mrs.
   5. Rice, P., machine man
   7. Beggs, Wm., carpenter
   9. Rea, Andrew, labourer
 11. Elder, Mrs.
 13. Mercier, William, labourer
 15. McCrory, Wm., labourer
 17. Gateway
 19. McCabe, Thomas, bottler
 21. Connor, Elizabeth
 23. Fair, Mrs.
 25. Moreland, J., labourer
 27. Neill, Wm., labourer
 29. Boyd, Charles, dealer
 31. McKeown, Thomas, bottler
 33. Brown, John, labourer
 35. Cochrane, Mrs.
 37. Lyons, Mrs.
 39. Nesbitt, R. J., labourer
 41. Spence, Margaret
 43. Graham, J., machine maker
45, 47. Vacant
 49. Bloomer, Ann
 51. Elwood, James, carter
 53. Peel, David, labourer
 55. Taylor, James, labourer
 57. Vacant
 59. Lily, Wm. John, carter
 61. Lavery, Joseph, plumber
 63. McCance, James, painter
 65. Brown, Hugh
 67. Smith, Henry, labourer
 69. Brown, Wm. J., van man
 71. Smith, John, sawyer
 73. Peden, Robert, labourer
 75. McCafferty, Mary
 77. Murdy, Charles, dresser
 79. Honeybell, C., railway porter
 85. Ballantine, W. J., painter
 87. Sommerville, J. Y., blacksmith
 89. Moore, James, labourer
 91. Cox, George, labourer
 93. Ferguson, A., lath maker
 95. Davison, Thos., labourer
 97. Barr, David, gardener
 99. Warrington, W. H., carter
101. Robinson, Richd., painter
103. Mitchell, W. J., coachman
105. McBride, James, labourer
107. Duffy, John, labourer
109. Valentine
111. Laverty, John, labourer
113. Dougan, C., insurance collector
115. Bothwell, Annie
117. Hinton, Margaret
119. Young, Jane
121. Meaney, Saml., carpenter
123. Timmins, Fras., labourer
125. Brown, Grace
127. Cochrane, Henry
129. Loney, Wm., carter
131. Williamson, G., weaver
133. Black, Thos., gardener
135. Crawford, T., brick layer
137. McBurney, Mary
139. Annett, Wm., gardener
..........Felt Street intersects
143. Greer, R. T., labourer
145. Jest, Thomas, labourer
147. Hyles, Martha
149. Montgomery, Mrs.
151. Armstrong, Hugh, sample maker
153. Crawford, J., labourer
155. Campbell, W. J., preparing master
157. Best, William, labourer
159. Watters, R. A., box maker
161. Monteith, D., labourer
163. McQuillan, H., labourer (McQuillen, Henry, labourer in 1890)
165. Hutchinson, T., box maker
167. Kelly, Wm., moulder
193. Gregg, S. J., labourer
195. Atwell, Margaret
197. Topping, Sarah
199. McAlpin, Jas., foreman
201. Allen, J., railway guard
203. Gregg, Robert, labourer
205. Gray, John, yarn dresser
207. Law, Wm., labourer
209. Smylie, Mrs.
211. Johnston, J., railway porter
213. Higginson, A., labourer
215. Brown, W. J., tram driver
217. Turkington, J., time keeper
219. Mulligan, J., brick layer
221. Crawford, J., labourer
223. Ruddell, J., points man
225. Diamond, G., linen finisher
227. Lyons, Wm., railway guard
229. McKissack, J., labourer
231 to 241. In course of erection
                              __________

   2. Side door
   4. McAfee, Geo., labourer (McFee, George, labourer in 1890)
   6. Clifford, Jas., pensioner
   8. Hamill, Wm., coach painter
 10. Dawson, Wm. J., labourer
 12. archer, Wm., van driver
 14. Vacant
 16. Bloomer, Richd., labourer
 18. Forsythe, Jas., labourer
 20. Garrett, Thos., labourer
 22. Campbell, Geo. Alex., brick layer
 24. Brush, T., labourer
 26. Calvert, S., flax dresser
 28. McConkey, John, labourer
 30. McConkey, Jas., labourer
 32. Hills, Samuel, labourer
 34. Lily, Wm., labourer (Lilley, William, labourer in 1890)
 36. Lily, Edmund, sawyer (Lilley, Alfred, carter in 1890)
 38. Paton, John, carter
 40. Foster, M., labourer
 42. Vacant
 44. Ewings, John, labourer
 46. Johnston, Thomas, labourer
 48. Kelly, Eliza, grocer
..........Tierney Street intersects
 50. Watt, Annie, grocer
 52. McGowan, Wm., labourer
 54. Maxwell, W., stableman
 56. Neill, Edward, labourer
 58. McMahon, J., stone polisher
 60. Houston, Annie
 62. Morrison, James, rougher
 64. Steenson, Richd., labourer
 88. Evans, John, tram driver
 90. Murphy, Mary Ann
 92. Rodgers, Wm., strapper
 94. Lily, Wm. H., labourer
 96. Rea, James, shoe maker
 98. Robinson, Joseph, R.I.C. pensioner
100. Steele, Thos., yarn dresser
102. McCann, Thomas, rougher
104. Crossan, Jas., van driver
106. Beattie, James, labourer
108. McNeill, John, labourer
110. Purdy, Hugh, carpenter
112. Benson, Wm. J., labourer
114. Cairns, James, van man
116. Gibson, Wm., strapper
118. Garrett, S., plasterer
120. Steele, Mary
122. Burton, W., commissionaire
124. Cuming, James, valet
126. Bell, James, labourer
128. Mills, W. J., tram conductor
130. Calvert, Wm., lamp lighter
132. Hanna, S., labourer
134. Duke, John, carter
136. Leckey, W. J., carter
138. Sloan, Wm., labourer
..........Felt Street intersects
140. Watters, Wm., fireman
142. McQuillan, H., labourer
144. McCrory, Robert, labourer
146. McBurney, John, labourer
148. Nesbitt, W. J., flax dresser
150. Ferguson, John, painter
152. Coulter, Saml., labourer
154. Campbell, Elizabeth
156. Butcher, Mrs. E. (Butler, Mrs. in 1890)
158. Martin, W. J., labourer
160. Doherty, Mary.
162. Reid, Alex., labourer
164. Mooney, John, rougher (Rooney, John, flax dresser in 1890)
        Vacant ground
192. Brennan, Lucy
194. Bingham, Wm., flax dresser
196. Mahaffy, Thos., labourer
198. Beattie, Thos., labourer
200. Dorman, Wm., van driver
202. Kirkpatrick, J., fireman
204. Smyth, A., groom
206. Wilson, J., blacksmith
208. Brennan, Jas., labourer
210. Watson, Geo., labourer
212. Beattie, F., labourer
214. Milligan, S., labourer
216. McLay, Henry, plater
218. Paton, N., labourer

MATLOCK STREET
Hemsworth Street to Conlon Street

   1. Ritchie, Thos., shoe maker
   3. McCoy, Mary
   5. Carmichael, N., carpenter
   7. Wilson, M., labourer
   9. Beattie, Saml., labourer
 11. Anderson, James, sawyer
 13. Miller, David, labourer
 15. English, Anna
 17. Elliott, John, moulder
 19. Harrison, W. H., labourer
 21. Roy, James, tailor
 23. McLean, R. P., school master
 25. Weathers, Jas., labourer
 27. Tully, Elizabeth
 29. McIlwee, T., plasterer
 31. Stewart, J., harbour constable
 33. Bates, James
 35. Cunningham, J., labourer
 37. Smyth, Wm., labourer
                            __________

   2. McIlroy, Wm., labourer
   4. Graham, Isaac, labourer
   6. Spence, Geo., labourer
   8. Lewis, James, labourer
 10. Lewis, Saml. J., labourer
 12. Keilty, James, joiner
 14. Austin, Mrs.
 16. Rippard, Ann Jane
 18. Miller, Mary Jane (Millar in 1890)
 20. Little, James, carter
 22. Johnston, Robt., labourer
 24. Hannah, Wm., labourer (Hanna in 1890)
 26. Lockhart, A., labourer
 28. Atkinson, Elizabeth
 30. Duncan, T., flax dresser
 32. McCullough, Jas., labourer
 34. Porter, Mrs.
 36. Roy, John, tenter
 38. Lilly, Agnes (Lilley in 1890)
 40. Armstrong, R., labourer
 42. Boyd, Thomas, labourer

MAURICE STREET
off Springfield Road

   1. Lavery, Thomas, saddler
   3. Tanner, Saml., linen lapper
   5. Magee, D., hackle maker
   7. Cooke, James, slotter
                             __________

   2. Bogle, G., spinning master
   4. Ingham, Jos., plumber
   6. Faloon, Mrs.

MAWHINNEY'S COURT
Off Melbourne Street
a number of small houses

MAXWELL'S COURT
Off Maxwell Street
a few small houses

MAXWELL PLACE
Off Maxwell Street
a few small houses

MAXWELL STREET
off Sandy Row
a number of small houses

MAY STREET
Donegall Square South to Oxford Street

                             Clarence Place
   1. Matier & Co. Ltd., linen handkerchief manufacturers
   3. Best, James, agent for flax, linen and linen yarns
   "   Murray, T. N., linen manufacturer
                              Second Floor
   "   Hardy, Jas. North, & Son, ribbon and tape manufacturer
                                Third Floor
   "   Rothwell, Nicholson, & Co., manufacturers
   "   Rothwell, Frank
   5. MacNaughton, W. J., linen merchant
   "   McCullough, A. J., commission agent
                                Second Floor
   "   Mantell, Louis, commission agent
   "   Seaman, Charles C., commission agent
                                  Third Floor
   7. Wilson, Thomas W., commission agent
   "   Mercer, Hugh, & Son, agents
   "   Spencer, C. & J., commission agents
9, 11. Diocesan Lodge and Girls' Friendly Society - Mrs. Harrison, superintendent
                              Clarendon Place
       May Street Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. J. Lynd, D.D., minister; res., Viewmount, Windsor Avenue
   1. O'Malley, Michael Reeves, M.D., M.Ch., L.M., J.P.
   3. The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children - W. Rodden, hon. secretary
   5. McAllister, A., architect
   7. Macy, R. H., & Co., manufacturers
   9. Duke, J. H., & Co., handkerchief exporters
..........Joy Street intersects
 11. Macoun, Mrs., servants' registry office
 13. Lynn, Jas., commission agent
 15. Lavery, Thomas, publican
 17. Wykes, Miss
 19. Ringland, Miss, refreshment rooms
 21. Wilson & Strain, stables
23, 25. Spence, Jos., veterinary surgeon
 27. King, Sarah
 29. Dickie, J. W., horse shoer and farrier
31, 33. Craig, J., grain dealer
 35. Warden & Stewart, Sack, Bag, and Hessian Manufacturers, Grain and Potato Merchants
 37. Roberts, W. J., shorthand & type writing teacher
 39. Gray, Mrs., servants' registry office
 41. Gray, James, & Co., farm implement makers
..........Seymour Street intersects
 43. May Street National Schools - J. Savage, male teacher; Miss E. Hughes, female teacher
45, 51. Wilson & Strain, bakery and flour stores
.........Cromac Street intersects
 53. Maguire, Isaac, publican
 55. Phillips, M., dress maker & milliner
 57. Toland, James, saddler
59, 61. Conlon, T., draper
 63. Murphy, Lizzie, publican
 65. Murphy, Jane, publican
67a. Hobson, Wm.
 67. Gracey, A., potato merchant
69a. McAuley, Annie
 69. Magowan, T. F., potato dealer
 71. Gracey, Alex., publican
 73. Lavery, Thos., publican
..........Verner Street intersects
     St. George's Market
     Flesh Meat Market
     Butter, Egg & Fowl Market
                            __________

                         Clarence Place
                     Clarence Place Hall
   4. Protestant Orphan Society for Counties of Antrim and Down - F. J. Kennedy, secretary
                          Ground Floor
   6. Diocesan Council & Synod of Down and Connor and Dromore - President, the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Down, Connor and Dromore; res., Ardtullagh, Holywood. Hon. Secretaries - The Very Rev. the Dean of Dromore, D.D.; Rev. Canon Bristow, M.A.; Joseph John Murphy, E. Hughes. Assist. Secretary - David Morrow; res., Craigmore, Holywood
   "   Down and Connor and Dromore Church Education Society - Hon. Secretary - Rev. Joseph A. Stewart, A.M. Hon. Treasurer - Robert Joy, J.P.
   "   Marriage Licence Office & Diocesan Registry of the United Diocese of Down & Connor & Dromore - Diocesan Registrar and Licensing Officer for the District of Belfast and Diocese-at-large - David Morrow
   "   Diocesan Rooms & Clerical Library
   "   Church of Ireland Young Men's Society - William Rodden, General Secretary
   "   Donaldson, F., caretaker & librarian
                        Clarendon Place
   2. Church of Ireland Young Men's Society - Memorial Hall - Gymnasium
   "   Church Missionary Society Hon. Secs. - Revds. Canon Crozier, D.D., Arthur J. Moore, A.M.
   "   Belfast Philharmonic Society - Assistant secretary, E. J. Dowdall
   "   Dowdall, E. J., auditor & accountant
   "   Cavehill & Whitewell Tramway Co., Glengormley Recreation Co. - W. Rodden, secretary
   4. Stokesberry, S., flesher
   6. Fisher, T., house and land agent
   8. Lewars, James, agent for Waddell's sausages
 10. Sutherland, J., chemist
 12. General Assembly's Offices
   "   MacFarland, Rev. G. F., secretary of missions
   "   Eakin, W. D., financial secretary of missions, and secretary of commutation and sustentation funds, and Assembly's College
   "   Sabbath School Society - Hugh Rankin, manager Depot
   "   Central Presbyterian Association - Henry Craig, hon. secretary
   "   Presbyterian Orphan Society - Rev. D. A. Taylor, M.A., hon. secretary; William Brown, assistant secretary
   "   Town Mission
..........Montgomery Street intersects
14, 16. Ross, J. J., veterinary surgeon, Belfast Horse Bazaar
20, 22. Dougal, A., carrier
24, 26. Delaney, Mrs., refreshment rooms
28, 30. Watson, T. G., & Co. Ltd., wholesale confectioners and preserve makers
 32. Killen, W., Ulster Curing Company
..........Seymour Street intersects
 34. McLoughlin, M. B., potato and grain merchant
 36. Cormick, Hugh, foreman
 38. Culbert, W., painter and decorator
   "   Coulter, Mrs.
40, 42. Anderson, J., bell-hanger, gas-fitter and Venetian blind maker
44, 46. Pratt & Montgomery, stores
..........Great Edward Street intersects
       Grain Market
       Potato & Vegetable Market

MAY STREET LITTLE
Cromac Street to Alfred Street

   7. Russell, M., cattle dealer
   9. Vacant
 11. Keatings, Susan
 13. Perry, Wm., sailor
 15. Vacant
17, 19. Yard
 21. Walker, A., shoe maker
 23. McGahen, J., tram driver (McGahon, John, tram driver in 1890)
 25. Wright, T., coach trimmer
 27. McClure, Jas., plumber
 29. Connolly, J., mechanic
 31. McMillen, Mrs.
.........Joy Street intersects
 33. Lynch, Patk., foreman
 35. Moffatt, Robert, mineral water manufacturer
 37. Thornton, Jas., printer
 39. Brown, George
 41. Rea, Arthur, driller
 43. Session Room of May Street Presbyterian Church  and back entrance to school room
 45. Kennedy, James, sexton
                              __________

   2. Stores
   4. Thompson, D., labourer
   6. Connor, Henry, printer
   8. Keating, Wm., foreman
 10. Stores
10a. Martin, Thomas, carrier
10b. McKeagin, B., shoe maker
10c. Carr, Mary
 12. Goulding, T., labourer
 14. Hawkins, J., iron moulder
 16. Kelly, C., horse dealer
 18. Devlin, John, secretary
 20. McStay, John, waiter
 22. Rainey, David, carter
 24. Chesters, Margaret
 26. Connor, James, grocer
..........Catherine Street North intersects
 28. Hughes, Mrs.
 30. Johnston, William, painter
 32. McErlane, M., builder
 34. McLoughlin, John, painter (McLaughlin in 1890)
 36. McCusker, Jas., coachman
..........Joy Street intersects
 38. White, Susan
 40. Vacant
 42. Hamill, Ann

MAYFAIR STREET
off Oldpark Road

   1. Lutton, J., bread server
   3. Rodgers, John, labourer
   5. Doughtey, Sarah
   7. Black, G., flax dresser
   9. Bustard, Jas., tenter
 11. Huston, W., ex-R.I.C.
 13. O'Hagan, Owen, labourer
                              __________

   2. Cunningham, Mary
   4. McFarland, Mrs.
   6. Forsythe, W., flax dresser
   8. McVeigh, Jas., labourer
 10. McClaverty, H., labourer
 12. Christian, Jas., joiner
 14. Ackin, John, moulder
 16. Palmer, Thos., painter

MAYFLOWER STREET
off Woodstock Road

MAYNE STREET
Linfield Road to Railway Street

   1. Kane, W., well sinker
   3. Reddick, M., range setter
   5. Johnston, G., cloth passer
   7. Thompson, T., rent collector
   9. Thompson, James, tailor
 11. Jackson, R. J., lamp lighter
 13. Stevenson, T., labourer
 15. Harrison, Mrs.
 17. Martin, T., gas fitter
 19. Lamont, A., traveller
 21. Reid, John, labourer
                             __________

   2. Davison, Mrs.
   4. Wilson, G., labourer
   6. Lavery, Jas., inspector
..........Gay Street intersects
   8. McClarnin, J., labourer
 10. Mackey, J., labourer
 12. Martin, Mrs.
 14. Magee, James, labourer
 16. White, J., insurance agent

MAYO STREET
Shankill Road to Springfield Road

   1. Currie, Robt., dealer
   3. Hartley, Thomas
   5. Hall, Ann
   7. Morrison, Mrs.
   9. Mauley, Jas., labourer
 11. Patterson, Jos., labourer
 13. Smyth, T., mechanic
 15. Shane, Geo., labourer
 17. Craig, A., beetler
 19. Dickson, W. J., fireman
 21. Smith, Mrs.
 23. Rosbotham, Mrs.
 25. Crowe, A., lamp lighter
 27. Watt, James, labourer
 29. Williamson, Hugh
31, 33. McNeice, M., dairy keeper
 35. Massey, Chas., labourer
 37. Mahaffy, Thos., labourer
 39. Patterson, W., flax dresser
 41. Douglas, John, labourer
 43. Douglas, Jos., carter
 45. Fleming, Mary
 47. Patterson, W., engine driver
 49. Graham, Jos., moulder
 51. Hollingsworth, Jas., yarn dresser
53, 55. Vacant
 57. Smith, Mrs.
 59. Cook, Mrs.
 61. Morrison, Saml., machine master
 63. Hanna, Robt., labourer
 65. Lewis, W., yarn dresser
 87. Hunter, Andrew
 89. McMullan, Robt., labourer
 91. Vacant
 93. Richmond, Mrs.
 95. Lindsay, Mrs.
 97. McCallum, A., watchman
 99. Vacant
101. Shaw, Mrs.
103. Vacant
105. Pickin, Mrs.
107. McCourt, Margaret
109. Lindsay, R., labourer
111. Shannon, Richard
113. Lennon, Miss
        Vacant ground
237. Dempsey, J., labourer
239. Ferris, James, insurance agent
241. Cooper, John, winding master
                             __________

   2. Side door
   4. Morrison, S., labourer
   6. Moreland, Mary
   8. Galway, John
 10. May, T., car driver
 12. McDonald, A., linen lapper (McDonnell, Andw., linen lapper in 1890)
 14. Graham, William J.
 16. Whitla, Mary Ann
 18. Rogers, A., labourer
 20. Leyburn, A., labourer (Leebourn, Andw., labourer in 1890)
 22. Douglas, Margaret
 24. Boyd, Robert, labourer
 26. Leyburn, Margaret
 28. Copeland, Thos., fitter
 30. Forsythe, A., labourer
 32. Fleming, Robt., labourer
 34. Vacant
 36. Weir, Jos., labourer
 38. Reynolds, R., labourer
 40. Robinson, T., labourer
 42. Hanna, Wm., painter
 44. McNeice, H., reed maker
 46. Campbell, Wm., finisher
 48. Sloan, Mrs.
 50. Williamson, Mary
 52. Service, A., labourer
 54. Davis, Mrs.
 56. Jeffrey, R., dairy man
 58. Rosbottam, S., dairyman
 60. Morrison, D., labourer
 62. Rosbottam, A., labourer (Rosbotham, S., dairy keeper in 1890)
64, 66. Russell, J., spirit grocer
 68. Irwin, S., traveller
 70. McClintock, A., bleacher
 72. Pelan, Wm., beetler (Phelan, William, beetler in 1890)
 74. McCallum, Alex., carter
 76. O'Neill, Danl., carter
 78. Low, Wm., labourer (Loo, Mrs. in 1890)
 80. Higginson, G., labourer
 82. McIntosh, D., moulder
 84. Fletcher, John, porter
 86. Redpath, Wm., beetler
 88. Bradford, Mrs.
 90. Woods, Mrs.
 92. Fleming, R., labourer
 94. Johnston, Mrs.
 96. Orr, Josias, labourer
 98. Draney, Wm., watch man (Drainey, Wm., watchman in 1890)
100. McCrea, A., labourer
102. Fisher, W., van driver
104. Stewart, W. J., tenter
106. Kennedy, Robert
108. Lynn, Robt., tenter
110. Stewart, A., labourer
112. Ingram, W. J., fitter
114. Frazer, Jas., labourer
116. Vacant
118. Fisher, R., yarn dresser
120. Kelly, W., billiard marker

MAY'S LANE
off North Queen Street
a few small houses

MEADOW LANE
Off Meadow Street
A number of small houses

MEADOW STREET
York Street to Cambridge Street
(York Street to North Queen Street in 1890)

   1. Corbitt, Thos., caulker
   3. Martin, J., van driver
   5. Gateway
   7. Carson, Mrs., dress maker
   9. Wilton, Jas., compositor
 11. Simpson, John, pilot
..........Norman Street intersects
 13. Carlisle, David, sail maker
 15. Davie, Hugh, boiler maker
 17. Skillin, W. J., commercial traveller
 19. Ruddock, William, tenter (Ruddick in 1890)
21, 23. Neill, R., provision curer
 25. Andrews, Isaac & Sons, stores
 27. Hart, Mrs. (Harte, William in 1890)
 29. Charley, Mrs.
 31. Gilmore, D., sea captain
 33. Crone, Mrs.
 35. Millis, Miss, dress maker (Mills, Annie, dress maker in 1890)
 37. McConnell, T., labourer
..........Kells Street intersects
 39. Palmer, S., engine driver
 41. Flack, Robt., sea captain
 43. Adams, James, brick layer
 45. McIntyre, John, rivetter
 47. McCarthy, Agnes, publican
..........Cambridge Street intersects
49a. Filbin, R., grocer
 49. White, Wm., shoe maker
 51. Murphy, Daniel, yardman
 53. Keith, J., ship carpenter
 55. Mevin, Wiliam (William)
 57. Murphy, Thomas
 59. Mooney, Thos., block maker
 61. Crothers, J., foreman carpenter
 63. Graham, Wm., carpenter
 65. Dyer, Agnes
 67. Donald, Mary
 69. Dougal, James, carrier
 71. Belfast Dispensary - Medical officers, Dr. J. C. Ferguson, 257 York Street; Dr. J. Barron, 24 Clifton Street. Caretaker, Mrs. Ingram
                              __________

   2. Scott, D., foreman engineer
   4. Footes, John.
   6. Johnston, Miss, dress maker
   8. McKenna, Ann Jane
 10. Whiteside, Mrs.
 12. Walker, Mrs.
14, 16. Andrews, Isaac & Sons, flour mills
 18. Carson, Miss, grocer
 20. Weir, Robert, miller
 22. Barr, Robt., carpenter
 24. McMullan, Wm., joiner
 26. McBirney, John, army pensioner
 28. Thompson, James, Inspector Harbour Police
 30. Reid, Thomas
 32. Duff, Mrs.
 34. Stewart, Saml., caulker
36, 38. Wilson, T., provision merchant
 74. Davey, H., cattle dealer
 76. Gillespie, Miss, dress maker
 78. Carlin, J., gas fitter

MEADOW STREET UPPER
North Queen Street to Halliday's Road

   1. Side door and store
   3. Greenlees, J., railway official
   5. Potter, W. J., joiner
   7. Bird, D. L., compositor
   9. McMaster, John, baker
 11. Templeton, J., seaman
 13. Weir, J., tenter
 15. Spence, Wm., labourer
 17. Baird, Robt., plater
 19. Woods, Edward, engineer
 21. Poag, Robt., tailor
 23. Boal, W. J., ship carpenter
 25. McComb, T., boiler maker
 27. Cochrane, Mrs.
 29. Gormly, P., watchman
 31. McNabb, R., shoe maker
 33. McBratney, J., labourer
 35. Gibson, A., joiner
 37. Meneilly, Hugh, recruiting sergt.
 39. Smyth, J.
 41. Gallaher, J., leather merchant
 43. Fitzpatrick, Mrs.
 45. McCann, John, butcher
 47. McCleery, Wm., iron turner
 49. Bell, D., carpenter
 51. Lawther, A., labourer
 53. Davidson, James, mechanic
 55. Henry, John, tailor
 57. McIlhearn, Mrs. (McElheran, Alex., seaman in 1890)
 59. McCoy, John
 61. Vacant
 63. McCartney, J., mechanic
 65. McConvey, John, seaman
 67. Scott, David, fitter
 69. Lory, Mrs.
 71. Millar, J., cloth passer (Miller, John, cloth passer in 1890)
 73. Jackson, T., linen lapper
 75. Fuller, F., staff clerk
 77. McBride, Wm., carpenter
..........Glenrosa Street South intersects
77. Kirkpatrick, D., plater
 79. Montgomery, R., mechanic
 81. Graham, Miss, mantle maker
 83. McCann, Mrs.
 85. Stitt, Mrs.
 87. Spiers, Mary (Speers, John, clerk in 1890)
 89. Cunningham, J., yarn dresser
 91. Gordon, John, carpenter
 93. Lindsay, J., blacksmith
 95. Leonard, Mrs.
 97. Cormican, R., traveller
 99. Montgomery, A., steward
101. McBride, S., shipwright
103. Marsh, John, seaman
105. Malcolmson, Mrs.
107. Donaldson, John, plater
109. Morrison, Mrs.
111. Cunningham, James
113. Mewhirter, J., shoe maker
..........Upper Lepper Street intersects
                        Wolseley Terrace
115. Hillman Street National School
117. Carson, Jams, tailor
119. Rankin, James, labourer
121. Brown, R., storeman
123. Walls, John, painter
125. Mayne, T., pattern maker
127. Carroll, Henry, R.I.C.
129. Kennedy, Robt., labourer
131. Glenny, D., harbour inspector
133. Doherty, H., linen lapper
135. Gray, James, joiner
137. Stewart, Alex., plater
139. Terrace, Walter, plumber
141. Kelly, John
143. Brown, James, carpenter
145. Fitzpatrick, E., linesman G.P.O.
147. Dowey, T., insurance agent
149. Richardson, John, painter
151. Lamont, William
153. Burns, James, clerk
155. Clarke, M., spirit grocer
..........Edlingham Street intersects
157. Irvine, Mrs., draper
159. Magowan, J., caulker
161. Palmer, J., time keeper
163. Cinnamond, G., labourer
165. Logan, W., furnace man
167. Marshall, T. A., grocer
169. Gourley, John, carpenter
171. O'Doherty, D., bookkeeper
173. Henderson, Wm., clerk
175. Cosgrave, E., cooper
177. Berger, Gustave, baker
179. Martin, Wm., labourer
181. Porter, C., compositor
183. Rodgers, R., clerk
183a. Herron, Mrs.
                        Brunswick Terrace
185. Morrow, C., mechanic
187. Strange, A., clerk
189. Patterson, A., baker
191. Coulter, E., compositor
193. Press, Jane
195. McArdle, Alex., joiner
197. Blain, Gilbert, carpenter
199. McMeekin, J., marble cutter
201. Vacant
203. McDermitt, Wm., butcher
205. Smyth, Joseph, joiner
207. Crawford, Miss
209. Ward, Henry, traveller
211. McMaw, Wm., tailor
213. Grant, Mrs.
215. Scarborough, E., clerk G.P.O., telegraphist
217. Young, S., coachman
219. Coulson, Miss, dress maker
221. Keating, John
223. Campbell, Mrs.
225. Wilson, Jane
227. Shaw, Mrs.
229. McConnell, Mrs.
231. Pink, S., butcher
                             __________

   2. Side door
   4. Early, John, joiner
   6. Moore, S., shipwright
   8. Ballantine, J., caulker
 10. McCormick, C., carpenter
 12. Collins, J., winding master
 14. Bryson, W., yarn dresser
 16. Johnston, D., ship carpenter
 18. Kerr, Grace
 20. Barr, Matthew, engineer
 22. Keers, James, cabinet maker
 24. Lynas, Robert, shipwright
 26. Patridge, Wm., shipwright (Partridge, Wm., shipwright in 1890)
 28. Turney, J., engine driver (Turner, James, fireman in 1890)
 30. Crothers, R., caulker
 32. Hill, Hugh, plater
 34. Moore, William, railway guard
 36. Topping, W., yarn dresser
 38. Thompson, D., agent Prudential Assurance Co.
 40. Loyal, J., naval pensioner
 42. Irving, Thos., moulder
 44. Faulkner, R., ship carpenter (Faulkiner, R., carpenter in 1890)
 46. Balfour, Wm., bundler
 48. McKean, Jas., R.I.C.
 50. Nelson, D., boiler maker
 52. McDowell, Isaac, clerk
 54. Cairns, R. J., linen lapper
 56. Monaghan, Mrs.
 58. Harrison, Hugh, fireman
 60. McKay, Barbara
 62. Parkinson, D., clerk
 64. Stewart, J., engine driver
 66. Crow, John, plasterer
 68. Nelson, A., labourer
 70. Calvert, R., printer
 72. Goudy, Mrs. (Gowdy, Mrs. in 1890)
 74. Toman, S., commercial traveller
 76. Megary, E., grocer (McGarry, Mrs., grocery in 1890)
..........Glenrosa Street South intersects (Glenrose in 1890)
 80. McKinty, James, engineer
 82. Hayes, Henry, plumber
 84. Wylie, John, engineer
 86. Irwin, Wm., carpenter (Erwin, Wm., carpenter in 1890)
 88. McCracken, J., labourer
 90. Vacant
 92. Hefferon, Patk., labourer
 94. Steel, Wm., cabinet maker
 96. Verner, G., might watchman
 98. Brown, A., tailor
100. Craine, Robt., ship carpenter
102. Robinson, Mrs.
104. Larmour, Wm., overseer
106. Kane, Edw., clerk
108. McPeak, R., compositor
110. Hill, Hugh, plater
112. Horner, Wm., hackler
114. Cunningham, R., hackle setter
116. Mulvenna, Mrs.
118. Heathers, G., sergt.-major
120. Dorman, Isaac, clerk
122. Vacant
124. Fee, Andrew, grocer and provision merchant, sub. P.O.
..........Upper Lepper Street intersects
128. Gregg, Robt., gas fitter
130. Maxwell, J., sea captain
132. Vacant
134. Brown, R., shipwright
136. Henderson, Mrs.
138. Campbell, D., joiner
140. McKeown, Alex., engineer
142. Houston, Mrs.
144, 158. In course of erection
160. Boal, Thos., engraver
162. Stevenson, James, fitter
164. Cowan, D., traveller
166. Hanna, R., van driver
168. Kemp, Mrs.
170. Officer, Wm., clerk
172. Keehler, James, labourer
174. McArdle, J., stone mason
176. Finnigan, D., engineer
178. Cardwell, W. J., carter
180. Acheson, Mrs., grocer
..........Edlingham Street intersects
182. Bowie, Hugh, engineer
184. McDowell, Joseph, joiner
186. Craythorne, M., pensioner
188. McKee, J., agent Prudential Assurance Co.
190. Patton, Thos. J., book finisher
192. Caldwell, T. W., master tailor
194. Gillespie, Wm., cabinet maker
196. Clarke, Mrs.
198. Best, Miss
200. Vacant
202. Walker, Wm., clerk
204. Pickering, Robt., baker
206. Nicholson, Robert
208. Nicholson, Wm., clerk
210. McKinley, Robt., plumber
212. Sutton, Miss
214. Gardiner, S., draper
216. Hamilton, James, painter
218, Boyd, D., blacksmith
220. Porter, John, printer
222. McNamee, Miss, dress maker
224. Rea, Edward, pressman
226. McQuillen, Wm., linen lapper
228. Taylor, C., linen lapper
230. Armstrong, T., mechanic
232. Carberry, E., labourer
234. Davison, A., ship carpenter
236. Edbrook, A., assurance agent
238. Black, Mrs.
240. Lunney, R., cabinet maker
242. Lewis, Mrs.
244. McIvor, S., compositor
246. Montgomery, Mrs.
248. Crothers, Mrs.

MEADOWBANK
off Lower Windsor Avenue

   1. McDonald, Wm., buyer
   3. Davidson, Mrs.
   5. Hughes
   7. Crawford, H., rent agent
 13. Carey
 15. Campbell, C. L., clerk
 17. Shannon, Alex., traveller
 19. Hamilton, Joseph
 21. McBride, Miss, school teacher
 23. Hamilton, Robt., chemist
 25. Mulholland, Miss
 27. Gardner, R. R.
 29. Craig, Alexander
 31. Bennett, H., principal St. Thomas' N.S.
 33. Blackley, Mrs.
                             __________

   6. Nelson, Robt., gardner (gardener)
   8. Fletcher, Saml., bookkeeper
 10. Ashe, W., surveyor
            more, Poyntz Pass (?)
 12. Reid, Rev. W., of Cre (see above)
 14. Elliott, John, clerk
 16. Nichols, J., engineer
 18. Easton, Mrs. M.

MEDWAY STREET
off Dee Street

   1. Ralston, Wm., labourer
   3. Brannigan, Wm., labourer
   5. McPhail, R., brass moulder
   7. Ewing, John, labourer
   9. McDonald, Alex., joiner
 11. Nelson, R., boiler maker
 13. Davis, James, joiner
 15. Haire, William, joiner
 17. Kerr, William, plumber
 19. Hoy, Duncan, joiner
                            __________

   2. Rodgers, Daniel, boiler maker
   4. Larkin, John, labourer
   6. Williamson, Isabella (Williams, Isabella in 1890)
   8. McIvor, Malcolm, caulker
 10. Boyd, John, rivetter
 12. Classon, Isaac, plater
 14. Dunn, James, brass moulder
 16. Dougherty, James, labourer
 18. Patience, Thos., labourer
 20. Gamble, Robert, labourer
 22. Stokes, Edward, labourer
 24. Rutherford, A., labourer
 26. Young, David, caulker
 28. Allen, David, rivetter
 30. Boyd, R., iron moulder
 32. Duckworth, J., rivetter
 34. Pirbright, G., shipwright
 36. Ennis, Joseph, labourer
 38. Gillespie, R., labourer
 40. Black, Samuel, labourer
 42. Fairly, Nin?on, blacksmith
 44. Patton, Robt., iron turner
 46. Cook, W., boiler maker
 48. Johnston, John, rivetter
 50. Watson, Richard, fireman
 52. Vacant
 54. Morrison, Thos., caulker
 56. McCormick, H., labourer
 58. Anderson, R., labourer
 60. Beverley, James, labourer
 62. Crockett, James, labourer
 64. Douglas, J., brass moulder
 66. Lewis, David, plater
 68. Vacant
 70. Coulter, James, labourer
 72. Flight, John, carpenter
 74. Lewis, John, labourer
 76. Miller, Wm., rivetter
 78. Henderson, John, labourer
 80. Vacant
82, 84. McGillian, B., spirit grocer

MEENAN STREET
Agnes Street to Crimea Street

   1. Kelly, George, grocer
   3. Vacant
   5. Blackender, Wm. H., iron planer (Blackader, W. H., labourer in 1890)
   7. Tate, John, labourer
   9. McKerrel, Mrs.
 11. McNally, Henry, joiner
 13. Townsley, J., tailor
 15. Russell, Thomas, labourer
 17. Gaston, James, labourer
 19. Moore, James, labourer
 21. Terris, C., labourer
 23. Weames, Mrs.
 25. Taylor, James, brick layer
 27. Higginson, Mrs.
                             __________

   2. McPolin, P., publican
   4. Barr, John, labourer
   6. Dornan, T., labourer
   8. Anderson, Mary Jane
 10. Whiteley, G., sexton (Whitley in 1890)
 12. Lynas, Mrs.
 14. Scott, Wm., labourer
 16. Martin, John, labourer
 18. Flack, Mrs.
 20. Sterling, Mrs.
 22. Black, Andrew, labourer
 24. Smith, Robert, bottler
 26. Cousins, Mrs.
 28. Fleeton, James, labourer

MEENAN STREET UPPER
Crimea Street to Snugville Street

   1. Mitchell, Wm., painter
   3. Wright, William, clerk
   5. Hagans, Richard, labourer
   7. Neill, John, harbour constable
   9. Monteith, Stewart, labourer
 11. Magill, T., engine driver
 13. Sangster, A., hackle setter
 15. Clark, Mrs.
 17. Preston, Wm., labourer
 19. Hawthorn, Jas., labourer
 21. Craig, William, labourer
 23. Atkinson, T., labourer
 25. Macauley, Jas., labourer (McAuley, James, labourer in 1890)
 27. Layne, F., labourer
 29. Strahan, John, labourer
 31. Kirk, James, jeweller
 33. Nugent, R., stone cutter
 35. Blair, James, carpenter
 37. Hyde, Wm. J., carter
 39. Moffett, J., engine driver
 41. McQueen, Mrs.
 43. Turner, Arthur, mechanic
                              __________

   2. Whiteside, T., grocer
   4. Sempey, Wm., baker
   6. Stewart, John, labourer
   8. Cully, Mrs.
 10. Coulter, James, labourer
 12. Vacant
 14. Rodgers, E., tram driver
16, 18. Vacant
 20. Armstrong, James, labourer
 22. McCrum, James, labourer
24, 26. Telford, J., dairyman
 28. Elwood, Thos., labourer

MELBOURNE COURT
Off Melbourne Street
a number of small houses

MELBOURNE STREET
from Brown Street to Townsend Street

   1. Brown Street National School - male, J. Donaldson; female, Miss carter, principals
   3. Culbert, J., bookkeeper
   5. Dunlop, W., labourer
   7. Keon, James
   9. Wylie, Robert, labourer
 11. Gordon, Wm., lamp lighter
 13. Mitchell, John
 15. Bell, Valentine, labourer
 17. McKee, Robt., grocer
 19. Browne, G., labourer
21, 23. Leitch, Mary (Leiteh, Mrs., dealer (Leitch) in 1890)
 25. Dunlop, Samuel, labourer
 27. Ferris, W. J., labourer
 29. nelson, John, boot maker
 31. Kelly, P., hackler
 33. Harvey, Mary
 35. Connolly, John, driller
                              __________

2, 4. Side door
   8. Rice, James, porter
 10. Allen, John, coach painter
 12. Nixon, Thos., carter
 14. Kennedy, J., cabinet maker
 16. Elmes, James, seaman
 18. McKee, Edward, smith
 20. McNeice, William
 22. Irwin, Wm., labourer
 24. Cardwell, E., mill worker
 26. Hanna, Wm., seaman
 28. Powell, Mary, mill worker
 30. Wilson, John, labourer
..........Hopes Place intersects
 32. Haveron, Wm., boot maker
 34. Sloan, T., flax dresser
 36. McCaw, Wm., labourer
       Primitive Methodist Church - Minister, Rev. Edwin. Newman (Newsome in 1890)

MEMEL STREET
Off Bridge End

1, 3. Darragh, J., horse shoer and wagon works
   5. Loughran, P., rivetter
   7. Patterson, Mrs., dress maker
..........Donegore Street intersects
   9. Bell, Arthur, grocer
 11. Beattie, Samuel, labourer
 13. McMurran, Margaret (McMurron, Mrs. Margaret in 1890)
 15. Osborne, Robt., fitter
 17. Mackey, Hugh, grocer (Mackay in 1890)
..........Laganview Street intersects
 19. Sloan, Mrs. Mary, grocer
 21. Stewart, David, labourer
 23. Fisher, Michael
 25. Agnew, James, carpenter
27, 29. Vacant
 31. McMullan, James
 33. Glover, R., coach builder
 35. Steed, John, sailor
..........Newfoundland Street intersects
 37. Harvey, J., engine driver
 39. Galbraith, G., engineer
 41. Johnston, Thomas
 43. McKee, Hugh, carpenter
 45. Sefton, W. P., iron moulder
..........Landsend Street intersects
                            __________

   4. Campbell, T., plasterer
   6. Risk, Wm., smith
   8. Kingsberry, J., labourer
 10. McCullough
 12. McMichael, Mrs.
..........Donegore Street intersects
 14. Hunter, John, labourer
 16. Scott, John, labourer
 18. Dougherty, Peter, joiner
 20. Murray, Henry, joiner
 22. Boyd, Mrs.
 24. Harsh, Fred., butcher (Marsh, Fred, butcher in 1890)
..........Laganview Street intersects
 26. Kernaghan, Ed., sawyer
 30. Henry, David, labourer
 32. Skillen, Samuel, labourer
 34. McGeown, James, labourer
..........St. Pancras Street intersects
 36. Wilson, Samuel, joiner
 38. Creery, Wm., cooper
 40. Roden, John, labourer
 42. McCrory, A., labourer
 44. Lowry, Richard, labourer
 46. White, Charles, labourer
..........St. Sebastian Street intersects
 48. Parkinson, R., labourer
50, 52. Vacant
 54. Loughran, Richard, hairdresser
 56. Vacant
 58. Barkley, Matthew, army pensioner
 60. Galbraith, Mrs. Rachel
 62. Dougherty, Hugh, labourer
 64. Gunning, James, sailor

MERRION STREET
Leeson Street to Grosvenor Street

   1. McAvoy, J., litho. printer
   3. Carr, Robt., labourer
   5. Collins, Mrs.
   7. O'Brien, H., litho. printer
   9. Pally, Ann Jane
 11. Dean, John
 13. Burnett, John, fitter
 15. Kilpatrick, James, stone mason
 17. Barrett, Samuel
 19. McDonnell, James, grave digger
 21. McGrath, T., hackler
 23. McAleenan, P., labourer
 25. Maxwell, Jno., carpenter
 27. Neill, John
 29. Ledgerwood, Sarah
 31. McQuillan, Robt., strapper
 33. Beech, James
 35. Ward, Annie
 37. Dale, George
 39. Lavell, Miss (Lovell, Jane in 1890)
 41. Hezlip, Margaret (Heslip)
 43. Anderson, Thos., smith's helper
 45. Rodgers, Margt. J., grocer (Rogers in 1890)
 47. Graham, Robert
 49. Williamson, Martha
 51. Heaney, Eliza
 53. Hewitt, George
 55. Parker, Ann
 57. Hewitt, George, packer
                         __________

   2. Rackey, Margaret
   4. McNulty, Letitia
   6. McCullough, Jas., carter
   8. Dempster, J., labourer
 10. Watson, James, labourer
 12. Cook, Wm., labourer
 14. Harvey, Geo., mechanic
 16. Kerr, Alex., labourer
 18. Forsythe, Susan
 20. Young, Richd., labourer
 22. Connolly, Jas., printer
 24. Adams, Margaret
 26. Loney, Thomas, shunter
 28. Burgess, R., shoe maker
 30. Geary, C., labourer
 32. McCullough, Anna
 34. Woodland, G., labourer
 36. White, Isabella
 38. Porter, David, labourer
 40. McKibben, J., labourer (McKibbin in 1890)
 42. Dickson, Wm., labourer
 44. Finnegan, Mrs.
 46. Stewart, D., traveller
 48. Hanna, M., labourer
 50. Gillis, R., blacksmith

MERSEY STREET
Humber Street to Dee Street
no houses yet built

MERVUE STREET
North Queen Street to Edlingham Street

                           Northcote Terrace
1, 3. Side door and store
   5. Devine, Wm., pensioner
   7. Carse, John, labourer
   9. Davidson, J., traveller
 11. Smyth, Edw., labourer (Smith in 1890)
 13. Magowan, R., labourer (McGowan, Mrs. in 1890)
 15. Cooper, Adam, labourer
 17. Shanks, Robert, carter
 19. Mawhinney, J., joiner
 21. Martin, Edw., labourer
 23. Lilly, Joseph, carter (Lilley, Joseph, labourer in 1890)
 25. McKeown, Jos., sawyer
 27. Quail, Thos., joiner
 29. McCleland, Wm., carter
 31. Kerr, A., railway guard
 33. McIlwaine, W., craneman
 35. Jones, Wm., boiler maker
 37. McCleland, J., blacksmith
 39. Carson, John, rivetter
 41. McQuillan, John, sailor
 43. Savage, John, joiner
 45. McCormick, D., gardener
 47. Bodel, Thos., caulker
 49. James, T., pattern maker
 51. Glendinning, A., upholsterer (Clendinning, A., upholsterer in 1890)
 53. Anderson, J., railway guard
 55. Moore, Robert, sailor
 57. Fulton, R., sea captain
 59. Burnett, H., pattern maker
 61. Larmour, Wm., iron turner
 63. Hutchinson, J., seaman
 65. Larmour, J., boat builder
 67. Hamilton, A., labourer
 69. McFarland, Jas., baker
 71. Atkinson, W. D., flax dresser
 73. Bell, D., harbour constable
 75. Wilson, J., blacksmith
 77. Potts, Jos., poulterer
 79. Megarry, Saml., rivetter
 81. Galloway, Mrs. (Gallaway, Hugh, labourer in 1890)
 83. Mervue Street National School - Wm. Smyth, principal
 85. Boyd, Miss, grocer
 87. Brown, John, seaman
 89. McAllister, J., boatman
 91. Millar, A., compositor
 93. McIlhone, J., engine driver
 95. Patterson, J. B., flax buyer
 97. McCullough, J., cial dealer (coal)
                         Camera Terrace
 99. Lynn, Robt., labourer
101. Ervine, E., pattern maker
103. Curran, John, seaman
105. Wilson, Mrs.
107. Robinson, D., hackler
109. Bodel, Thos., caulker
                             __________

   2. Brines, A., sea captain
   4. Fitzsimmons, W., carpenter
   6. Cathcart, J., store keeper
   8. Duff, Wm., mechanic
 10. Maxwell, Thos., harbour constable
 12. Bryans, T., engine driver
 14. Boyd, Saml., wood turner
 16. Gibson, David, carter
 18. Kennedy, Hugh, engine driver
 20. Auld, Wm., rivetter
 22. Mills, Chas., porter
 24. Douglas, Mrs.
 26. Cathcart, W. J., labourer
 28. McAlpin, Thos., sailor (McCalpin, Thomas, seaman in 1890)
 30. McGuiney, Saml., moulder
 32. McKaig, James, seaman
 34. Spence, Wm., labourer
 36. McKean, Robt., labourer McKeen in 1890)
 38. Miller, Saml., sailor
 40. French, Jas., labourer
 42. Wilson, E., engine driver
 44. Edgar, Saml., mechanic
 46. Livingstone, J., seaman
 48. Skelly, Wm., clerk
..........Adam Street intersects
 62. Ellis, John, labourer
 64. Williamson, S., iron turner
 66. Brand, Geo., joiner
 68. Kelly, J. A., joiner
 70. Lockyer, Alf., hackle setter
 72. Dornan, Philip, finisher
 74. Harvey, F. O., confectioner
76, 80. In course of erection

MERVUE STREET UPPER
Edlingham Street to Halliday's Road

   1. Purse, Jas., carpenter
   3. Irvine, J., holder up
   5. Gribben, J., labourer
   7. McMullan, E., dress maker
   9. Baxter, Richd., sail maker
 11. Mullan, Michael, dealer
                             __________

273. Maneely, A., sailor
275. McKinty, S., engineer
277. McLernon, J. P., sailor
279. Galloway, Wm., tram conductor
281. McCready, H., coachman
283. Parks, J., blacksmith
285. Smyth, A., stone cutter
287. Patridge, D., shipwright (Partridge?)
289. McClure, Thos., labourer
291. Clothworthy, W., joiner (Clotworthy)
293. Maneely, Margaret
295. Ferguson, M., labourer
297. Mulholland, D., rigger
299. Machensey, H., sawyer (McChesney?)
301. Young, Wm., rivetter
305. Hicks, Eliza
307. Little, J., brush maker
309. Spence, James, porter
311. Baird, H., engineer
313. Weir, John, salesman
315. Hoy, S., brick layer
317. Thompson, W., tram. conductor
319. Gillespie, J., driver
321. George, Wm., labourer
323. Moore, M., spirit grocer
                               __________

   2. Donnelly, Edw., carter
   4. Wallace, John (side door)
..........Kilronan Street intersects
   6. Vacant
..........Ilchester Street intersects
   8. Preston, H. J. (side door)
 10. Side door
..........Evolina Street intersects
 12. Cull, Jas. (side door)
..........Syringa Street intersects
 14. Murphy, T., coachman
222. Stewart, Wm., tailor (?)

MICHAEL STREET
Great George's Street to Little George's Street

1, 3. Gordon, R., car owner
   5. Corry, Samuel, sailor
   7. Nelson, William, sailor
   9. Higgins, W. J., labourer (Hagan, Wm. J., labourer in 1890)
 11. Nixon, Sarah
 13. Stevenson, Ellen
 15. Dickson, Thos., rivetter
 17. McKeown, Robert, rigger
 19. Morgan, Eliza
 21. Latimore, J., labourer
 23. Bradley, P., publican
                              __________

   2. Vacant
   4. Shearer, Fras., sailor
   6. Creighton, A., rivetter
   8. Coghlan, Richard, clerk
 10. Ingram, John, blacksmith
 12. Kane, Robert, fireman
 14. Harbinson, P., store keeper
 16. Mulholland, J., seaman
 18. Dennison, G., hackle setter
 20. Boal, Rainey, carpenter
 22. Ramsey, William, grocer

MIDDLEPATH STREET
Queen's Quay to Newtownards Road

   7. Scott, John T., carrier
       Vacant stores
..........Dalton Street intersects
       Shaw & Jamison's stores - Wm. Duncan, caretaker; office, Townhall Street
       Walkington & Sons stores - office, Waring Street
..........Graham Place intersects
 23. Campbell, W. H., contractor
 25. Lundy, William, labourer
 27. Kehoe, P., boiler maker
 29. McCann, Arthur, joiner
 31. McBirney, Jno., labourer
 33. McCorry, Jas., foreman
 35. McArdle, John, fitter
 37. Greenan, J., sea captain
 39. Moran, Catherine
 41. Vacant
 43. Campbell, James, joiner
 45. Sharkey, Martha
 47. McBride, James, rope spinner
                             __________

   2. Doyle, F., spirit dealer
       Baxter, R. & W., coal yard
       Wood, James & W., coal depot
   4. Satterthwaite, I., stevedore
   6. Davidson, M., dining rooms (Davison in 1890)
 20. Rodgers, John, Belfast Felt Mills (Rogers in 1890)
 24. Huddleston, D., labourer
 26. McCracken, D., labourer
 28. McIlveen, John, carter
 30. Scott, Thos., labourer
 32. Fullerton, Saml., carter
 34. Newill, Jas., labourer (Newell)
 36. Bailie, Jno., labourer
 38. Mills, Robert, labourer
..........Dalton Street intersects
 40. Side door
       Rodgers, Jno., sawmills
       Dufferin Stone Co.'s Depot
       McCullough, W., horse shoer
       Ritchie, C., contractor
 42. McCourtney, H., plasterer
 44. Gribben, J., brick layer
 46. Murray, H., stevedore
 48. Mooney, R., weigh master
 50. McCann, Owen, mason
 52. Cunningham, Alexander, carpenter
 54. Carlin, Francis, porter
 56. Foy, Richard, joiner
 58. Keown, Thos., labourer
 60. Curran, J., engine driver
 62. Finlay, T., grocer

MIDLAND STREET
Wilton Street to Canmore Street

   1. Houston, A., pump sinker
   3. Nelson & Co., cement manufacturers
   5. Gaston, Robt., labourer
   7. Dogherty, Geo., labourer
   9. Johnston, Robt., fireman
 11. Stuthers, P., block printer
 13. McNeill, Hugh, groom
 15. Johnston, Mrs.
 17. Coudy, H., brick layer (Gowdy in 1890)
 19. McCance, E., block printer
                             __________

   2. Woodside, Esther
   4. McDonald, Jno., moulder
   6. Courtenay, Edw., driller
   8. Vacant
 10. Hanna, John, joiner
 12. Weir, Jos., driller

MILAN STREET
Ross Street to Raglan Street

   1. Mulholland, H., labourer
   3. ????an, James (unclear)
   5. McCann, Miss
   7. O'Rorke, Alex., labourer
   9. White, Patk., carpenter
 11. Horner, Hugh, dairyman
 13. Quinn, Wm., labourer
 15. Magee, John, carter
 17. McAufield, R., dairy man (Caulfield, Richard, dairy man in 1890)
 19. O'Kane, Bernard, labourer
 21. Mooney, Charles, car driver
                             __________

   2. Cassidy, Patrick, labourer
   4. Quinn, Michael, mechanic
   6. Hilland, Patrick, labourer
   8. King, Alice
 10. Loughran, W., rougher
 12. Devlin, J., iron turner
 14. Doran, Jos., labourer
 16. Burns, M., brick layer
 18. McCrystal, Jno., bundler
 20. McMenamy, B., labourer
 22. McBride, John, butcher
 24. Donnelly, W., flax dresser
 26. Breen, Wm., tailor
 28. McGarry, Patk., labourer
 30. Wilkinson, J., labourer
 32. William, Foy
 34. McCann, John, labourer
 36. Foy, William, shoe maker

MILEWATER STREET
Off York Road

   1. Pake, William, grocer
   2. Kerr, Mary
   3. McBurney, Mary (McBirney, Mary in 1890)
   4. Cairns, Sarah
   5. McNamee, Patk., labourer
   6. Dobbin, Mrs.
   7. McIlwee, P., flax dresser
   8. Reid, Ann
   9. O'Hanlon, Geo., car owner
 10. Campbell, James, labourer
 11. Mooney, Charles, labourer
 12. Luke, Ann
       York Street Flax Spinning Co. Ltd., York Road branch
       York Road National School - Miss Calwell, teacher

MILFORD STREET
Pound Street to Albert Street

   1. Doherty, J., stone cutter
   3. Murray, P., yardman
   5. Murray, Wm., shoe maker
   7. McKenna, F., postman
   9. Larkin, Robt., carpenter
 11. Morran, James, butcher
 13. Magee, Patk., brick layer
 15. Walsh, Richd., plumber
 17. Morrow, James, pressman
 19. Fox, N., flax dresser
 21. Daily, John, car man
 23. McKenna, Dennis, slater
 25. Connolly, John, labourer
 27. Higgins, A., slater
 29. Mullan, Jno., brick layer
       Steam condensing pond
..........Gilford Street intersects
 37. Mulholland, J., spirit grocer
 39. Hamill, Wm., carpenter
 41. McAnespy, James, labourer
 43. McCreely, T., machine man
 45. Murray, P., baker
..........Ardmoulin Street intersects
 47. McAllister, T., flax dresser
 49. Cassidy, Eliza
 51. McCourt, Jno., plasterer (McCourtney, B., plasterer in 1890) (McCartney, Bern., plasterer in 1880)
 53. Flynn, Jane
..........Dysart Street intersects
53a. St. Peter's Parochial House - Rev. P. Convery, Adm.; Rev. Edw. Quinn, C.C.; Rev. Jas. Lennon, C.C.; Rev. J. McCartan, C.C.; Rev. B. McGarry, C.C.; Rev. F. McBride, C.C.
       St. Peter's Roman Catholic Chapel
..........Derby Street intersects
 55. Quinn, Henry, smith
 57. Neeson, John, labourer
                         __________

    2. Kelly, P. A., publican
    4. Clarke, Anthony, labourer
    6. Hoy, John, coach painter
    8. McCormick, J., carpenter
  10. McIlvenny, John, packer
  12. Carson, William, mechanic
  14. Campbell, T., labourer
  16. McNally, Edw., labourer
  18. McNally, Jas., labourer
  20. Mason, T., coal merchant
  22. Connolly, John, coal man
       Milford Street National School - John McManus, principal
  32. Conlon, Owen, slater
  34. Muldoon, T., mechanic
  36. Burke, Michael, barber
..........Cinnamond Street intersects
  38. Kelly, James, publican
  40. Hughes, J., compositor
42, 44. McCormick, P., publican
..........English Street intersects
46, 48. O'Neill, James, grocer
  50. McCready, A., tobacconist
  52. O'Neill, John, shop man
  54. Mullin, James, flax dresser (Mullan in 1890)
  56. Norton, Annie (Morton, Edward, labourer in 1890)
  58. Craney, B., carpenter (Carney, Bernard, carpenter in 1890)
  60. Feron, George, baker (Ferron, Geo., baker in 1890) (Ferris, George, baker in 1880)
  62. Irvine, Henry, postman
64, 66. Shane, Mary, grocer
  68. Trainor, Wm., butler
  70. McCann, Bridget
  72. Donnelly, P., carpenter
  74. King, D., van driver
  76. Smart, Charles, carpenter
  78. Downey, James, coachman
  80. Dolahan, James, tailor
  82. Beattie, H., tobacconist
  84. McBride, Owen, labourer
  86. Farnan, James, baker
  88. Murray, N., carpenter
  90. Kelly, James, labourer
  92. O'Neill, Catherine
  94. McNeill, Jno., carpenter
  96. McKenna, Jno., fireman
  98. Beatty, John, tailor (Beattie, John, tailor in 1890)
100. Sloan, Mary
102. Houston, Jno., hair dresser
104. Rodgers, Catherine
106. McNamee, Catherine
108. Murphy, P., pensioner
110. Mitchell, F. W., clerk
112. Black, Sarah
114, 116. McAteer, P., spirit merchant and grocer
..........Irwin Street intersects
118. McGarvey, P., grocer
120. Gray, John, mechanic
122. O'Neill, Peter, pilot
124. Savage, John, cutter
126. McIlvenny, P., mechanic
128. Kerr, Edward, smith
130. Lemon, P., flax dresser
132. Byrne, John, grocer

MILK STREET
off Bloomfield Avenue

   1. Caldwell, Mrs.
   3. Regan, Edw., labourer
   5. McKee, Jas., labourer
   7. Scott, Mrs.
   9. Murdoch, S., coachman
 11. Rea, Mrs.
                             __________

   2. Sorrington, J., carpenter
   4. Collins, J., labourer
   6. Gaw, Saml., labourer
   8. McVernon, John, carter
 10. Fisher, Jno., labourer

MILL STREET
Castle Street to Divis Street

   1. McComish & Shaw, tea and coffee merchants
 1a. Rodgers, Geo., victualler
   3. McKay, James, boot and shoe manufacturer
   5. City Brush Company - Jas. A. Loughlin, 142 Falls Road
   7. McCann, L., fish and fruit dealer
   9. Cox, Sydney Herbert, confectioner
11, 11. Boyd, Saml., Provision Merchant
 13. Copeland, J., boot maker
 15. McIvor, John, rent agent
 17. McCalmont, J., linen merchant
 19. Mathews Brothers, tea importers and dealers
.........Marquis Street intersects
 21. Little, A., general dealer (Lyttle, Alex., general draper in 1890)
 23. Havlin, Jno., confectioner
25, 27. Byrne, J., publican
 29. Carlisle, W., provision dealer
29. Havlin, J., confectioner
 31. Jackson & Co., general drapers
..........King Street intersects
 37. Irwin, W., general draper
 39. Doig, W., & Co., druggists and grocers; res., Wm. Doig, 7 Ulsterville Avenue
 41. O'Kane, Ann, confectioner
 43. Flynn, Agnes, milliner
 45. Doig, Wm., & Co., yard
 47. British and Colonial Meat Co., Jas. Nelson & Son, proprietors
 49. Corry, J., manufacturing confectioner
 51. Dolway, M. M., tobacconist
 53. Haggarty, D., butcher
.........Currie's Court intersects
 55. Rooney, Jas., hairdresser
57, 59. McAnulty, J., butcher
 61. Gillen, Peter, confectioner and tobacconist
 63. Crozier, David, Eagle Dining Rooms
 65. Gray. C., tobacconist
 67. Irish National Forresters' Hall - J. O'Neill, caretaker
 69. Vacant
..........Millfield intersects
                           __________

   2. McPolin, P., publican
   4. Vacant
   6. Cunningham, S., wholesale wine ands spirit merchant
   8. O'Rorke Bros., fish and fruit salesmen
 10. O'Kane, Patk., fish and fruit salesman
 12. Smyth, Andrew, provision merchant
12. Boyd & Co., general jobbing smiths
12. Spence & Gilmore, cabinet makers
 14. Bateman, David, Dyer and Cleaner
 16. Torbitt, Jas., spirit grocer
18a. Cassidy, M., confectioner
 18. Lowenberg, D., watch and clock repairing establishment
20, 22. Crawford, Alex. & Son, Starch and Corn Flour Manufacturers, Drysalters and Merchants - Works at 14 to 18 Wilson Street; Nursery at Malone Road; residence, Jas. W. Crawford, Chlorine, Malone Road
24, 26. City Manufacturing Co., John Nelson, proprietor
 28. Davis, Wm. John, ? maker and hardware merchant
 30. Monaghan, Bridget, dress and mantle maker
30. Dugan, E., boot top manufacturer
 32. McComb, & Co., leather merchants (McCombe in 1890)
34a. Brown, Francis, House and Land Agent and Painter
 34. McLarnon, W., tobacconist
 36. McGivern, Patrick, hardware merchant and fancy goods
 38. Hughes, H., boot and shoe merchant
 40. Cromie, Miss M., draper
..........King Street intersects
 42. McEntee, James, publican
 44. McKee, S., M.D., medical hall; private address, Great Victoria Street
 46. McGrath, J., grocer
 48. Smyth, J., shoe maker and leather merchant
 50. McGlade, F., publican
 52. McGlade, F., & Co., Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants and rectifying distillers
 54. McGivern, P., hardware merchant and fancy goods
 56. Rafferty, John, butcher
 58. McAuley, Jane, fruiterer
 60. McGrath, Jno., hair dresser
..........Scotland Street intersects
62, 64. Gibson, S., wholesale grocer and druggist
 66. McCartan, H., stationer
66. McSorley, John, butcher
 68. Mullin, Joseph, grocer
68. Harper, S., cattle dealer
 70. Adams, D. & J., bakers and flour merchants
 72. Murtagh, P., publican
 74. Rollins, J. C., provision merchant
 76. Wilson, W., provision merchant
..........Hamill Street intersects

MILL STREET WEST
off Sidney Street West

       Brookfield Flour Mills - Danl. Murphy & Sons, proprietors

MILLAR'S LANE
off Berry Street
six small houses

MILLER STREET
off Shankhill Road
(mostly spelt Shankill in the rest of the 1894 directory)

new houses in course of erection

MILLFIELD PLACE
Off Millfield
twenty one small houses

MILLFIELD
from North Street to Mill Street

1, 3, 5. Side doors
    7. Largey, Thomas, barber
   9. Yard
  11. Vacant
  13. Davey, Charles, butcher
  15. Hillock, Wm., dealer
  17. McClure, Margaret
  19. Donnelly, Hugh, dealer
  21. Daly, James, dealer
  23. Loughran, Margt., dealer
  25. Collum, John, dealer
  27. Graham, Mary, dealer
  29. Loughran, Margt., dealer
  31. Mairs, J., general grocer
  33. McKeown, P., lodging house keeper
  35. Kelly, John, chandler
  37. Leonard, Ann, lodging house keeper
  39. Pritchard, Sarah, lodging house keeper
  41. McIlroy, B., labourer
  43. Donnelly, Ann
  45. Tague, F., lodging house
  47. Donnelly, Margt., lodging house
..........Tate's Court intersects
  51. Kielty, Thomas, plasterer (Keilty in 1890)
53, 55. McManus, T., publican
  57. McCabe, Wm., cooper
  59. Riddel, Alex., saddler (Riddell, A., saddler in 1890) (Riddall, A., harness maker in 1880)
  61. Foley, Margaret, grocer
  63. McKinney, Mary
  65. McKeown, John, dealer
  67. Askin, Catherine
  69. Grogan, Mary
  71. Hughes, Mary
  73. Black, Ellen
  75. Brady, John, dealer (Bradley in 1890)
  77. Dunn, R., lodging house
  79. McCormick, P., dealer
  81. McCaughan, A., publican
..........Brown Street intersects
83, 85. Gray, Robert, grocer
87, 89. Green, Fras., potato dealer
  91. O'Neill, Bridget
  93. Molloy & Co., publicans
  95. Magee, J., tobacconist
97, 99. McKavanagh & Son, hardware and machinery dealers (Kavanagh, John, & Son, hardware merchants in 1890) (Cavanagh, W. J., hardware dealer in 1880)
101. Scott, J., pawn broker
103. McNamee, P. & J., publicans
..........Wilson Street intersects
105. Vacant
107, 109. McIlwrath, James, chimney sweep
111, 113. Hilland, J., marine dealer
115. Mullan, John, slater
117. Cosgrove, John, bellows maker
119. Herty, P., publican
121. Hughes, J., fish dealer
123. Collins, Alex., chimney sweep
        St. Stephen's Church, Rev. R. Irvine, D.D., incumbent; residence, Windsor Avenue
125, 127. Kane, Wm., lodging house
129, 131. Yard
133. Gray, T., labourer
135. Heggerty, P., dealer (O'Haggarty, Patrick, dealer in 1890)
137. Crilly, S., grocer
139. Moore, M., cork merchant
141. Mullan, M., whip maker
143. Yard
145. Side door
147. Kerns, John, grocer (Kearns, James, grocer in 1890)
149, 151. Vacant
153. Kelly, Henry, barber
155. McCormick, D., dealer
157. Vacant
159. Bunting, J., confectioner
161. Side door
                            __________

   2. Side door
   4. Cosgrove, Jos., butcher
6, 8. Thompson, Wm., lodging house
10, 12. O'Neill, Wm., lodgings
 14. McCourt, Fras., lodging house
 16. Leith, Jane, lodging house
 18. Martin, Austin, painter
 20. Millfield National Schools - P. Bonnar, principal
22, 24. McKenna, P., publican
26, 28. Coyle, Mary, lodging house
 30. Devine, Ellen, grocer
 32. Connolly, F., baker
 34. McCrea, Saml., grocer
..........Samuel Street intersects
       Vacant ground
50, 52. Molloy, J., stabling
 54. Quinn, John
 56. Cassidy, Margaret
 58. Loughlin, Mary (Loughran, Mrs. Mary in 1890)
 60. Tague, Francis
 62. Dunn, Rose
 64. Devlin, P., horse dealer
 66. Shevlin, M., porter
68, 70. Freeland, S., dealer
 72. McMahon, H., sheep dealer
 74. McDowell, J., saddler
 76. O'Neill, John, dealer
 78. McCormack, M., dealer
80, 82. Girvan, Jane, dairy
 84. Kane, Ellen, dealer
 86. Loughlin, I., lodging house
 88. Reilly, Rose
90, 92. Hughes, W. J., marine dealer
 94. Savage, Mary
 96. Morgan, Patk., marine dealer
..........West Street intersects
 98. Tyndall, Daniel, grocer
100. O'Neill, B., confectioner
        Vacant ground
106. Moore, James, & Son, Millfield Foundry
118, 122. Vacant ground
124. Bradley, W., stone cutter
126, 128. Whelan, William, dealer
130. Kane, Mary
132. Vacant
134. Gray, A., stevedore
136. McAnulty, Thos., marine dealer
138. Vacant
140. Murphy, Joseph, marine dealer
144. Sullivan, C., lodging house keeper
142. Vacant
146. Butler, Jno., mechanical engineer and millwright

MILLIKEN STREET
Falls Road to Ross Street

   1. Vacant
   3. Hutchinson, Mrs.
   5. Peake, P., iron turner
   7. O'Callaghan, P., labourer
   9. Vacant
 11. McQuaid, Patk., painter
 13. Finn, Maurice, labourer
 15. Dalligan, J., labourer (Dolaghan, Jas. in 1890)
 17. Walsh, J., shoe maker
 19. McGuickan, Hugh, carter (McGookin, Hugh, carpenter in 1890)
 21. Cafferty, Mrs.
 23. Boyle, Mary Ann
                             __________

   2. Kane, John, labourer
   4. Brown, J., flax dresser
   6. McCann, Henry, labourer
 10. O'Reilly, Patk., car owner

MILLTOWN ROW
off Falls Road

     Ayre, Ann
     Braithwaite, W., labourer
     Brown, Wm., labourer
     Chapman, J., fireman
     Hunter, J., linen finisher
     Martin, Saml., labourer
     McCracken, J., labourer
     McWhirter, J., labourer (McWhilter, James, labourer in 1890)
     McRea, W. J., gardener
     McCandless, J., linen lapper
     McNair, T., bleacher
     McCorry, J., labourer
     O'Hara, J., linen finisher
     Robinson, George, carpenter
     Robinson, A., linen finisher
     Rainey, Wm., labourer
     Sterling, J., fireman
     Stewart, J., traveller
     Saunders, S., iron & copper merchant
     Smyth, A., carpenter
     Tonner, Arthur, coachman
     Milltown Finishing Works - Geo. Kidd, managing director

MILTON STREET
off Ross Street

   1. Ferran, D., dealer
   3. O'Neill, J., labourer
   5. Corrigan, J., pensioner
   7. Cushnahan, T., brick layer
   9. Sands, W., preparing master
 11. McKenna, F., store man
 13. Smyth, Wm., spinning master
 15. Flannigan, Jno., dealer
 17. Tierney, Jno., labourer
 19. Brown, Edwd., joiner
 21. Martin, Mrs.
 23. Dougan, J., shoe maker (Dugan in 1890)
 25. Dougherty, J., labourer (Doherty, John, labourer in 1890)
                             __________

   2. McGuinness, Mrs.
   4. Maxwell, John
   6. Mooney, Patk., labourer
   8. Shields, H., flax dresser
 10. Rowe, Edw., flax dresser
 12. Rogan, E., flax dresser
 14. Hickey, P., labourer
 16. Vacant
 18. McDonald, E., labourer
 20. McCoy, Wm., labourer
 22. Downey, Mrs.
 24. McErlean, H., hide merchant (McErlain, John, hide and skin merchant in 1890) (McIrlane, John, dealer in 1880)
 26. Wishart, Miss
 28. McCann, J., labourer
 30. English, John, soda water tier?
 32. Tierney, Danl., porter
 34. Finnigan, Thos., labourer
 36. McGrath, John, labourer

MITCHELL'S ROW
Off Gardiner Street
four small houses

MITCHELL STREET
off Millfield

   1. Kelly, John, barber
   3. Connor, Agnes
   5. McCune, Mary
   7. Coburn, Mrs. (Thoburn, Margaret in 1890)
   9. Smith, Eliza
 11. McIntyre, M., labourer
..........Boyd Street intersects
 13. Harris, John, wood turner
 15. Morton, Joseph, dealer
 17. Shields, David, carter
 19. McComb, W. J., labourer
 21. Higgins, Jno., labourer
 23. Rayney, W. J., labourer
 25. Mission Hall St. Stephen's Church
                             __________

   2. Mayrs, J. C., stabling
   4. Vacant
   6. Mayrs, J. C., workshop
 14. Johnston & Co., coach builders
 16. Neill, Eliza
 18. McGee, Robert, tailor
 20. Richmond, I., dealer
 22. Gilliland, Jas., dealer
 24. Thompson, Jas., dealer
 26. Wilson, Sarah
 28. Finlay, James, slipper maker
 30. Lemon, Margt., slipper maker

MOFFETT STREET
Isabella Street to North Hill Street

   1. Stewart, Mrs.
   3. Galway, Alex., labourer
   5. Winnert, Wm., flax dresser
   7. Collin, Ellen
   9. Corry, Rose Ann
 11. Thompson, Jas., bottler
 13. Russell, Jas., pensioner
 15. Bunting, S., pensioner
 17. McLean, Thos., labourer
 19. Davidson, Saml., labourer
 21. Joss, Alex., labourer
 23. Dinning, W., engine driver
 25. Doe, Jane
 27. Flaherty, John, labourer
 29. McAllister, A., labourer
 31. Johnston, David, carter
 33. Andrews, Susan
 35. Gray, W. J., tailor
 37. Kelly, Wm., labourer
 39. Mills, John, labourer
                             __________

   2. McLoughlin, J., labourer
   4. Henderson, Eliza
   6. Macaulay, Hugh, sailor
   8. Lowery, Patk., carter
 10. Ligget, Henry, labourer
 12. Dickson, Jas., labourer
 14. Gibson, Wm., labourer
 16. Gateway
 18. Charters, David, porter
 20. Clements, John, labourer
 22. Shaw, John, labourer
 24. Ferguson, W., labourer
 26. Murray, Wm., labourer
 28. Duff, Hannah
 30. Dickson, Margaret
 32. McMurray, W., carpenter

MOIRA STREET
Off Thompson Street

   1. Hazel, W., toy manufacturer
   3. Irvine, Mrs.
   5. Kane, Edward, carter
..........Clyde Street intersects
..........Hornidge Street intersects
   2. McAlister, John, porter
   4. Rogan, B., labourer
   6. O'Neill, James, labourer
   8. Gordon, James, labourer
 10. Daly, Thos., labourer
 12. Magennis, B., labourer
 14. McQuade, T., labourer
 16. Burns, Edwd., labourer
 18. Canning, A., tailor
 20. Gunning, S., shoe maker
 22. Vacant
 24. Collins, Jas., labourer
 26. Gordon, M. A., labourer
 28. Gilmore, W. J., crane driver
 30. Halfpenny, P., labourer
                           __________

 32. McBride, Jno., labourer
 34. Nesbitt, Mrs.
 36. Shearer, M., rivetter
 38. McAleavy, H., labourer (McAlevey, Hugh, labourer in 1890)
 40. Moarn, H., labourer
 42. McIlduff, B., labourer
 44. Dunn, John, labourer
 46. Magee, D., labourer
 48. McKnight, J., labourer
 50. Hanna, P., carpenter
 52. Grant, James, labourer
 54. Woods, John, labourer
 56. McKinley, Jas., labourer
 58. Keenan, D., labourer
 60. Woods, James, carter
 62. Donnolly, H., labourer
 64. Fitzpatrick, T., labourer
 66. Tumilty, Mrs.
 68. Hagans, Jas., labourer

MOLYNEAUX STREET
Henry Street to Little George's Street

   1. Millan, George, caulker
   3. Humphries, T., labourer (Humphrey, Thos. in 1890)
   5. Boals, John, labourer
   7. McLean, Hugh, sailor
   9. Gault, Wm., rougher
 11. Noble, Eliza
 13. McCallum, John, plater
 15. Hughes, James, labourer
 17. McCallum, John, seaman
 19. McCallum, S. H., plater
                             __________

   2. Smyth, Robert, sailor
   4. Wright, Mrs.
   6. Cosgrove, J., lamp lighter
   8. Campbell, J., shoe maker
 10. Burrows, Jno., labourer
 12. Murray, Eliza
 14. Murphy, John, labourer
 16. Craig, Daniel, labourer
 18. Hunter, Wm., labourer
 20. Whiteside, W., labourer
 22. McDowell, J., labourer

MONEYREA STREET
from Euston Street to Castlereagh Road

   2. Boyd, J., time keeper
   4. Gardener, W., bread server
       New houses and street not completed

MONTGOMERY'S ROW
Off Beersbridge Road
A number of small houses

MONTGOMERY STREET
William Street South to May Street

       Ross, W. A., & Son, Ltd. - side entrance
   9. Collins, E., boot maker
 11. Forbes, Jane
 13. Fitzpatrick, Jno., tailor
 15. Sherlock, Elizabeth
 17. Hutton, A. W., coach factory
..........Chichester Street intersects
3, 5. Robson, John, & Sons, carriage repository
7, 9. Jamison & Topping, coach builders
11, 13. Robson, John, & Sons, carriage repository
 15. General Assembly's Mission Offices, side entrance
                            __________

   2. Cantrell & Cochrane, side entrance
..........Chichester Street intersects
   4. Stewart, James, servants' registry office
   6. Ruth, J., & Co., jewellers and watch makers
   8. Robson, J., Royal Victoria Horse Bazaar - side entrance
 10. Shields, William, publican

MONTROSE STREET
Albertbridge Road

   1. Jennett, L., dairyman
   3. McBride, Samuel, labourer
   5. Lawther, John, joiner
   7. Barr, Hugh, painter
   9. Long, Robt., labourer
 11. Millen, John, rivetter
 13. Thompson, Mrs.
 15. Boyd, Hugh, labourer
 17. Kiely, Wm., distiller
 19. McKenzie, F., labourer
       Vacant ground
87, 89. Vacant
 91. Kelly, John, fitter
 93. Gilmore, D., postman
 95. McAllister, A., boiler maker
 97. Ingram, John, labourer
 99. Holmes, Edward, rivetter
101. Hampton, P. G., engineer
103. Rudge, Chas., plater
105. Couser, John, grocer
                             __________

   2. Jarvis, James, moulder
   4. Atkinson, James, painter
   8. Johnston, J., smith's helper
 10. Heaney, Wm., labourer
 12. Douglas, J., holder up
 14. Atkinson, Thos., driller
 16. Gillen, G., clerk
18, 20. Vacant
 22. Lewis, James, plater's helper
 24. Nelson, John, sailor
 26. Clelland, James, stoker
 28. Erskine, H., rivetter
 30. Kiltie, John, blacksmith
 32. Irvine, James, rivetter
 34. Wilson, H., labourer
40, 42. Morrow, James, builder
 44. Rodgers, Robt., builder
 46. Slater, George, mechanic
 48. Thorburn, R., engineer
 50. Ponty, John, engineer
 52. Gray, G. D., engineer
 54. Mullen, Joseph, rivetter
 56. McDonnell, Mrs. J., spirit grocer
..........Erskine Street intersects
 58. Law, Robt. T., grocer
 60. Coulter, W., shipwright
 62. Ravey, J., Prudential agent
 64. Pollock, James, plumber
 66. Hay, Wm., clerk
 68. O'Brien, Wm., plumber
 70. Jackson, Thos., joiner
 72. McKee, Wm., baker
 74. McComish, Wm., rivetter
 76. Flemming, Thos., grocer
..........Baskin Street intersects
 78. Greer, Wm. J., fitter
 80. O'Neill, G., engineer
 82. Martin, A., carpenter
 84. Gunning, E., joiner
 86. Vacant
 88. Campbell, J., Prudential agent
 90. Williams, W. J., boiler maker
 92. Patterson, Mrs. M.
 94. Kinkade, Joseph, caulker
 96. Moss, Alfred, caulker
 98. Gill, Wm., carpenter
100. Armstrong, J., plater
102. Hadder, A., engineer
104. Black, C., engineer
106. Paisley, Alex., rivetter
108. Currie, A., blacksmith
110. Rosemond, D., engine driver
112. Duncan, Robt., fitter
114. Irwin, Miss, dress maker

MOONEY'S COURT
Off New Lodge Road
a number of small houses

MOORE'S PLACE
Sandy Row to Blackstaff Road

2, 4. Braithwaite, W. T., (Boyne Tavern), publican
   6. McWilliams, M., labourer
   8. Bell, James, tenter
 10. Trotter, Hugh, butler
 12. Wardlow, Andw., plumber
 14. Matchet, Wm., coachman
 16. Milligan, David, strapper
 18. White, Robt., blacksmith
 20. Hanna, John, coachman
 22. Knox, Hugh, clerk
 24. McCready, David, labourer
 26. McDermott, Patrick, tram conductor
 30. McCaughey, M., labourer
 32. Brand, Mary
 34. Connolly, James, labourer
 36. Bloomer, W., lamp lighter
 38. Adams, Mary Jane
 40. Sloane, S., family grocer

MOORE STREET
Ravenhill Road to Woodstock Road

   1. Side door
   3. Sands, Mrs.
   5. Lowery, Samuel (Lowry, Samuel, labourer in 1890)
   7. Parker, Richard, labourer
   9. Blair, Martin, labourer
 11. Allily, Wm., labourer (Allely, William in 1890)
 25. Lynas, J., tobacco boss maker
 27. Stewart, John, labourer
 29. Griffith, J., coachman (Griffin, Joseph in 1890)
 31. Glover, W., coach builder
 33. McGoldrick, Thomas
 35. Gregg, John
 37. Allan, John, salesman
 39. Beck, D., palliasse maker
 41. Milligan, W. J., carter
43, 45. Madden, Henry, spirit grocer
 47. Hardy, Mrs.
 49. Vacant
 51. Hayes, Chas., labourer
 53. Jack, John, sailor
 55. Kane, W. J., labourer
                              __________

   2. Hale, Mary
   4. Blair, Thos., labourer
   6. Smyth, Mrs.
   8. Potter, Hugh
 10. Mills, John, labourer (Myles, John, labourer in 1890)
 12. Boston, Joseph, fireman
 14. McNally, Wm., coachman
 16. Gracey, John, labourer
 18. Carlisle, Wm. J., labourer
 20. Carson, Robt., labourer
 22. McKeown, T., labourer
 24. Johnston, Jas., carpenter
 26. Anderson, Eliza Jane
 28. Penter, Margaret
 30. Dunwoody, Mrs.
 32. Hughes, Thos., labourer
 34. McAuley, W. H., labourer
 36. Gateway
 38. Moore, Wm., tailor
 40. McConnell, E., van man
 42. Lenox, D., litho. printer
 44. Ferguson, Jas., fireman
 46. Lindsay, P., carter
 48. Gateway
 50. Diviney, Margaret (Deveney, Margaret in 1890)
 52. Ravenscroft, J., labourer
 54. Holmes, Wm., plumber
 56. Canmer, Saml., carter (Canmore, S., grains dealer in 1890)
 58. Shaw, Richard, coachman

MORNINGTON STREET
McClure Street to Gosford Place

   1. Walker, George, labourer
   3. Erskine, D., linen lapper
3. Excelsior Mineral Water Company
   5. Allen, M., dress maker
   7. Ferguson, E., stone cutter
   9. McCracken, Margaret
 11. Vacant
 13. Marrs, John, engineer
 15. Graham, D., carpenter
 17. Hoey, J., grocer's assistant
 19. Thompson, Wm., grocer
                              __________

   2. Carse, Miss
   4. Heaney, J., labourer
   6. Clark, James, brick layer
   8. Stevenson, Francis, labourer
 10. Davidson, Joseph, baker
 12. Walker, William, clerk
 14. Bogie, David, gardener
 16. McDonald, J., ship carpenter
 18. Kewley, Wm., mason
 20. Atkinson, Isaac, seaman
 22. Cole, Edwin, grocer

MORPETH STREET
Westmoreland Street to Cumberland Street

   1. Side door
   3. Smyth, Samuel, labourer
   5. Taylor, W. J., labourer
   7. Diamond, T., horse shoer
   9. Shields, Wm., labourer (Sheilds, W. S., porter in 1890)
 11. Sloan, H., engine driver
 13. Mitchell, Wm., tenter
 15. Cuningham, R. J.
 17. Pritchard, W. J., labourer
 19. Hamilton, James, labourer
 21. McFarland, Wm., labourer
 23. Emmerson, T., mechanic
 25. McKeown, H., labourer
 27. McVeigh, T., van driver
 29. Nixon, Moses, printer
 31. Patterson, T., van driver
 33. Wilson, David, traveller
 35. McMullin, Wm., porter
 37. Vacant
 39. Townsley, John, tailor
 41. Boyd, Wm., book binder
 43. Nelson, Mrs.
 45. Harvey, J., iron turner
 47. Young, Wm., turner
 49. Marno, Alexander, miller
 51. Montgomery, R., carpenter
 53. Stewart, R., box maker
                            __________

   2. Side door
   4. Cunningham, T., porter
   6. Cheery, Job., porter (Cherry, Job, porter n 1890)
8, 10. Side doors
12, 14. McKee, James, dairyman
       Lower Falls National School - Mr. Latimer, principal

MORROW'S ENTRY
off Hill Street
a few small houses

MOSCOW STREET
off Shankill Road

1, 3. Side door
   5. Press, J., pattern maker
   7. Robinson, Joseph, moulder
   9. Hamilton, Mrs.
 11. Blair, Wm., brick layer
 13. Wilson, Alex., labourer
 15. Hawthorn, J., labourer
 17. Waterson, J., labourer
 19. Hunter, Mrs.
 21. Purdy, W. J., labourer
 23. Montgomery, W., mechanic
 25. Miskimmon, R., flax dresser
 27. McKeown, J., labourer
 29. Casement, Andw., carter
 31. Carlisle, Mrs.
 33. Auld, Miss
 35. Surplice, Robt., damask mounter
 37. Kilpatrick, R., yarn dresser
 39. Seaton, Hugh, labourer
 41. McAllister, Robt., carpenter
 43. Hassan, Daniel, labourer
 45. Crozier, E., blacksmith
 47. McCall, James, labourer
 49. Kinnear, D., hairdresser
 51. Thompson, Mrs.
 53. Dundas, Saml., grocer
                           __________

2, 4. Robinson, S., grocer
   6. Lewis, Mrs.
   8. Sloan, Maxwell, mechanic
 10. McMurray, Jas., driller
 12. Graham, Thos., baker
 14. Mulligan, Mrs.
 16. Dempster, Saml., labourer
 18. Lavery, W. J., carpenter
20, 22. Vacant
 24. Coulter, Mrs.
 26. Smyth, Wm., dairyman
 28. Larmour, Wm., carter
 30. Carson, Wm., traveller
 32. Rowan, Wm., labourer
34, 36. Donaghey, R., grocer
 38. Newport, Mrs.
 40. Stevenson, T., moulder
 42. Seals, Mrs.
 44. Hamilton, E., carpenter
 46. Brown, Robt., labourer
 48. Adams, Mrs.
 50. Millar, Thos., labourer
 52. Spence, Joseph, labourer
 54. Cordner, C., preparing master

MOUNTCHARLES
Off University Road

   1. Bell, Mrs.
   3. Keightley, J. R., barrister-at-law
   5. M'Tear, David
   7. Wilson, Mrs.
   9. Gill, Mrs.
 11. Faren, J., insurance agent (Fearon, J., insurance agent 1890)
 13. Conland, Joseph
 15. Reid, Mrs.
 17. Hall, Joseph
 19. Moore, David, under sec. Belfast Harbour Commissioners
                               __________

   2. Murphy, Miss
   4. Johnston, Mrs.
   6. Adair, William T.
   8. Gray, Wm., M.R.I.A., surveyor of public works
 10. Bailey, J. L., J.P.
 12. McKisack, James, of Hope Street Factory
 14. McFarland, John
 16. Vacant
 18. Vance, Samuel, secretary Chamber of Commerce
 20. Bryce, A. C., seed merchant
 22. McGlade, Francis, J.P.
 24. Black, Samuel, J.P.

MOUNTCHARLES AVENUE
Mountcharles to Botanic Avenue

   1. Hunter, Francis, manager
   3. Thompson, Mrs.
   5. Brown, J., house furnisher
7 to 21, Vacant
 23. Agnew, Miss
 25. Vacant

MOUNTCOLLYER AVENUE
off York Road

   1. Galloway, Saml., joiner
   3. McLarnon, J., ship's smith
   5. Vacant
   7. McFeteridge, D., plater (McFetridge)
       Fire Engine Station - Wm. Vance, engineer
                              __________

2, 4. McMullan, C. J. & J., side door
   6. Snowden, E., engine fitter
   8. Garrett, T., engineer
 10. Macaulay, Saml., plater
 12. Vacant
 14. McCartney, Catherine
 16. Cull, J., commission agent
 18. Montgomery, W. J., printer
 20. Harris, John, clerk
 22. Haddock, J., sea captain
 24. Bailie, H., dress maker
 26. Bailie, G. L., teacher
 28. Turtle, Saml., law clerk
 30. Ferguson, J., sea captain
 32. Horton, A., time keeper
 34. Robins, Lewis, foreman
 36. Helsby, Arthur, artist
 38. Baxter, Isabella
 40. Sutton, Thos., fruiterer
 42. Vacant
 44. Millar, John, fitter
 50. Wilson, J. B., spirit grocer
       A number of houses in course of erection
no idea what is going on with the numbering after this?????
 36. Campbell, Geo., plater
 38. Wilson, Wm., flour and grain merchant
 40. McMillan, D., sea captain
 42. Matchett, G. A., traveller
 46. McMillan, Robert, plater
 48. Watson, Thos., plater
 52. Vacant
 54. Vance, Wm., engineer
 56. Duncan, Samuel, draper
 58. Stewart, J., blacksmith
 60. McGrath, Francis, foreman brick layer
 62. Rawlinson, T., boiler maker
 64. Murphy, P., blacksmith
 66. Sailes, Jas., labourer
 68. Butteroworth, R., boiler maker (Butterworth)
 70. Fitzsimmons, R., carter
 72. Hale, Thos., rivetter
 74. Myers, C., blacksmith
 76. McLean, Mrs.
 78. Quinn, Hugh
 80. McCrum, Agnes

MOUNTCOLLYER ROAD
off York Road

   1. Side door
   3. Wilgar, Robert, carter (Welger, Robert, labourer in 1890)
   5. Boyd, S., iron turner
   7. Crawford, J., holder up
   9. McMeekin, Chas., seaman
 11. Aitken, M., labourer
 13. Magill, Saml., labourer
 15. Stewart, W. J., joiner
 17. Boyd, T., millwright
 19. Purdy, D., stone mason
 21. Rutherford, J. J., cooper
 23. Jamieson, Robt., painter
 25. Marks, Jas., labourer
 27. McDonald, J., labourer
 29. McFerran, Margaret Jane
 31. Stewart, Chas., labourer
 33. Thomas, C., boiler maker
 35. Murphy, John, labourer
 37. McGowan, Thos., plater
 39. Moorehead, W. T., labourer
 41. Wallace, Samuel, plater
 43. O'Connor, Elizabeth
 45. Cullen, Thos., rougher
 47. Gallagher, John, hackle setter
 49. Bennett, J., hackle setter
 51. McCune, T., ship's mate
 53. McAuley, C., labourer
 55. Kelly, G., machine man
 57. Gordon, R. G., grocer
 59. Harrison, S., labourer
 61. Brown, R., ship carpenter
 63. Houston, Alex., painter
 65. Turney, R., labourer
 67. McGarry, Jas., rivetter
 69. Vance, Thos., dairyman
 71. Shaw, H., engine fitter
 73. Caldwell, W., labourer
 75. Welsh, Henry, labourer
 77. Fulton, Samuel, tailor
 79. McKenzie, M., labourer
 81. Nesbitt, M., labourer
 83. Smith, David, fitter
 85. Aitken, Wm., labourer
 87. Strong, Thos., engineer
                              __________

   2. Seaton, A., flax dresser
   4. Mitchell, J., gate keeper
   6. Allen,. R., caulker
   8. Macauley, D., checker
 10. Hosie, David, joiner (Hosier, David, model maker in 1890)
 12. Coleman, Robt., gate man
 14. Jamison, J., labourer
 16. Murphy, M., engineer
 18. Russell, Alex., rivetter
 20. Quinn, Mrs.
 22. Neill, R. J., blacksmith
 24. Smith, Robt., seaman
 26. McCandliss, R., trimmer
 28. Killen, R., boiler maker
 30. McLean, John, rivetter
 32. Murphy, Chas., labourer
 34. Younger, James, smith
 36. McClelland, J., boiler maker
 38. Cameron, Jane
 40. McCay, C., porter N.C.R.
 42. Hogg, R., blacksmith
 44. Coleman, A., labourer
 46. Cameron, Wm. J., reeling master
 48. Vacant
 50. Niblock, John
 52. McMahon, Patrick, ship carpenter
 54. Noble, Jno., labourer
 56. Bradshaw, R., brick layer
 58.  Vacant
 60. Clarke, W., flax dresser
 62. Crangle, Miss
 64. Creighton, Thomas, ship carpenter
 66. Wright, Henry, rivetter
 68. Nelson, Ellen
 70. Gibb, T., blacksmith
 72. Ferguson, J., rivetter
 74. Alderdice, W., rivetter
 76. Irwin, John, joiner
 78. Cunningham, A., fitter
 80. Ross, Edw., rivetter
 82. Vacant
 84. Lamberton, Thos., rivetter
 86. Pelan, John, joiner
 88. Skelly, J., store keeper
 90. Collins, B., fireman
 92. Straney, Jos., seaman
 94. Robb, Fredk., rivetter

MOUNTJOY STREET
Off Shankill Road

   1. Lindsay, Mrs.
   3. Gracey, Robt., joiner
   5. Magee, B., labourer
   7. Irvine, Thos., labourer
   9. Cunningham, T., weaver
 11. Hamilton, John, weaver
 35. Blair, Andrew
 37. Elliott, John, labourer
 39. Agnew. Mrs.
 41. Tipping, Wm., bleacher
 43. Rea, John, musician
 45. Wallace, R., labourer
 47. Tyrrell, W. J., builder
                             __________

   2. James Pelan, publican (side door)
   4. Brady, Miss
   6. Hill, Miss
   8. Herron, Jas., labourer
 10. Mawhinney, R., fireman
 12. Geddis, Robert
 14. McKee, James, carter
 16. Gateway
 18. Donald, W. J., labourer
 20. Hunter, William
 22. Beattie, Jno., mechanic
 24. Irvine, Alex., labourer
 26. Vacant
 28. Clarke, James, painter
 30. Gilliland, W., flax rougher
 32. Grainger, Mary A.
 34. Vance, S., dairyman
 36. Kennedy, Robt., dealer
 38. Crummley, Jas., carter
 40. Parks, Wm., labourer
 42. Tinsley, J., labourer
 44. Wilkinson, Mrs.
 46. Wilkinson, J., labourer
 48. Campbell, M., driller
 50. Davidson, W., labourer
 52. Peden, Joseph, weaver
 54. Davidson, J., labourer
 56. Patterson, Mrs.
 58. Corry, Jas., labourer
 60. Culley, Mrs.
 62. Watson, A., labourer
 64. Sparks, E., labourer
 66. Vacant
 68. Murphy, Mrs.
 70. Danning, David, bundler
 72. Vacant
 74. McClukie, Alex., labourer
 76. Naylor, Mrs.
 78. Minnis, Jno., labourer
 80. Scott, Miss
82, 84. Clotworthy, James, spirit grocer

MOUNTPLEASANT
off Stranmillis Road

   1. Nash, William (director Lyle & Kinahan, Ltd.)
   2. Trobridge, Geo., master School of Art
   3. Mantell, L., commissioner to U.S.A. Consul
   4. Neill, Jas. H., merchant tailor
   5. Dickson, Mrs.
   6. Girdwood, Mrs.
   7. Wheeler, W. L., solicitor
   9. Moore, Frank Frankfort, author
 10. Robinson, Mrs.

MOUNTPOTTINGER ROAD
Bridge End to Albert Bridge Road

               [right hand side from Belfast]
1, 3. Connery, Jas., publican
   5. McVicker, John, joiner
   7. Brady, M., labourer
   9. Morgan, P., labourer
 11. Donnolly, John, cooper
 13. Cuddy, T., labourer
 15. Currow, John, sailor
 17. Devlin, M., hairdresser
 33. Gregson, Wm., carter
 35. McMullan, S., carpenter
 37. Dougan, Wm., sailor (Dugan in 1890)
 39. Greer, John, sailor
 41. Wilson, W., ship carpenter
 43. Bole, John, carpenter
 45. McGladdery, P., smith
 47. Wilson, R., railway guard
 49. Semple, James, labourer
 51. Entry door
 53. Henderson, Mary
 55. Hutchins, Mary
 57. McCoubrey, John, painter
 59. Campbell, W., rivetter
 61. Murray, P., labourer
 63. Boyle, Mrs.
 65. McGrath, M., labourer
 67. McCracken, Mary, newsagent, confectioner and stationer
 69. Martin, John, labourer
 71. Nabney, T., labourer
 73. Cardwell, Wm., labourer
 75. McConville, Mrs.
 77. Campbell, Jane
 79. Black, R., wood turner
 81. Kelly, Mrs.
 83. Woodside, Mrs.
 85. Scott, H., labourer
 87. McStravick, J., sea captain
 89. McStravick, Thomas
 91. Lyle, Wm., labourer
 93. Carberry, H., labourer (Carbery in 1890)
 95. Whelan, John, dealer
 97. Robinson, R., rivetter
 99. Barkley, John, labourer
101. Rafferty, P., labourer
103. Miskelly, R., labourer
105. Adams, Martha, grocer
107. Spence, H., labourer
109. Davidson, Jas., joiner
111. McCroskery, J., labourer
113. Jennings, J., labourer
115. Gibson, J., rope spinner
117. McGowan, S., tailor (Magowan, Samuel, tailor in 1890)
119. McKeown, W., stone dresser
121. Douglas, R., labourer
123. Campbell, R., labourer
125. Robinson, J., plasterer
127. Smith, Jas., labourer
129. Doherty, J., labourer
131. Beattie, J., labourer (Beatty, John, labourer in 1890)
133. Edgar, Wm., caulker
135. Crothers, W., labourer
137. McClelland, Miss
139. Nelson, S., shoe maker
141. Spence, H., labourer
143. Gordon, T., labourer
145. Clarke, T., labourer
147. McCullough, J., labourer
149. Wilson, Jas., labourer
151. McKeown, J., rivetter
153. Gorman, J., labourer
155. Quigley, P., labourer
157. Draffin, S., labourer
159. McCoy, H., labourer
161. Millar, James, tailor
163. Greer, J., labourer (Green, James, labourer in 1890)
165. Vallely, Catherine
167. O'Hare, B. R., grocer
169. Vacant
171. Kearney, Lizzie
173. Young, S., foreman labourer
175. Shaw, R., labourer
177. Scott, R., shoe maker
179. Watson, J. W., compositor
181. McMinn, T., labourer
183. Lemon, Mrs.
185. Hughes, Jas., labourer
187. McColl, F., labourer
189. Reid, Mary
191. Patterson, Mary
193. McKee, A., labourer
195. Carroll, John, tailor
..........Thompson Street intersects
197. Fisher, Wm., painter
199. Vance, T., shoe maker
201. Smith, Miss M., dress maker
203. McCauley, S., dealer
..........Altcar Street intersects
                      Mulgrave Terrace
205. Waddell, James, spirit grocer
207. Courtney, Mrs.
209. Gaston, H., engineer
211. Savage, Mrs.
213, 215. Lavery, J., publican
..........Madrid Street intersects
217. McCracken, T., grocer
219. Hanna, S. B., pawn broker
221. Higgins, J., carpenter
223. Magill, Samuel, clerk
..........Perry Street intersects
225. Reid, S., general grocer
227. McGinty, Hugh, painter
229. Staveley, Mary (Steveley, Mrs. in 1890)
231. Young Men's Christian Association Hall - W. H. S. McMillan, secretary
..........Carlton Street intersects (Carleton in 1890)
                       Sundridge Terrace
233. Gunning, W., N.S. teacher
235. Hodge, H., engineer
237. Ferguson, James
239. Fleming, Miss
241. Johnston, James, Designer and Embroiderer
243. Busby, Hugh, carrier
245. Bullock, Ellen
247. Yard
249. Sayers, R., provision merchant
251. Mitchell, James, foreman moulder
253. McCormick, William
255. Martin, Miss E.
257. Cotter, George
259. Goodwin, Mrs.
261. Vacant
263. Towe, J., bank porter
265, 267. Alexander, A., publican
                              __________

                  [left hand side from Belfast]
   2. Stewart, Jas., publican
   4. Moore, J. B., M.B., surgeon
   6. Reid, S. M., druggist
8, 10. McBride, A., horse shoer, cart & waggon builder
 12. Brennan, Thomas, manager of Soap Works
 14. Shaw & Co. Ltd., soap and wax candle manufacturers
16, 18. Ritchie, Hart & Co. Limited, engineers, iron founders and boiler makers
..........Vulcan Street intersects
 20. Mercer, Rice & Co., collar & cuff manufacturers
 22. Kelly, H. C., solicitor, sub sheriff for Co. Down
..........Sheriff Street intersects
 26. Moore, Mrs.
 28. Martin, P., rope spinner
 30. Scott, T., green grocer
 32. Campbell, R., labourer
 34. Blair, John, labourer
..........Chemical Street intersects
36, 38. Ritchie, Francis, & Sons Limited, Felt and Manure Manufacturers
 40. Reid, H., labourer
 42. Hamilton, J., carpenter
 44. Mulholland, C., van driver
 46. Douglas, A., plater
 48. Bole, James, gas fitter
 50. Watson, J., shipwright
 52. Kerr, Jas., rivetter
 54. Blair, Robt., grocer
 56. Ervine, J. W., flesher
 58. Wilson, T., tobacconist
 60. Watson, R., boot maker
 60. Adams, G., spirit grocer
..........Harper Street intersects
 64. Royal Irish Constabulary Barrack - H. Morrell, district inspector
..........Madrid Street intersects
                         Alfred Terrace
 66. Brand, Thomas
 68. Rodger, M., foreman joiner
 70. Forsythe, Miss S.
 72. Alexander, A., assistant rate collector
 74. Herron, John
 76. Robson, John
 78. Burrows, R., merchant tailor
 80. Burnside, James, manager of ropeworks
 82. Lane, Mrs.
 84. Ritchie, Thomas, draper
 86. McCormick, W. J., music teacher
 88. Morgan, A., engineer
 90. Little, John, manager
 92. Henderson, J., manager
 94. Turnbull, J., coppersmith
 96. Moarn, Miss (Moran?)
 98. White, James, carpenter
100. McIntosh, Thos., manager Ulster Copper Works
102. McMullan, D., traveller
        Tramway stables
                         Wellwood Place
104. Huddleston, Mrs.
106. Finlay, John, R.I.C.
108. McDowell, Margaret
110. Kennedy, Adam, agent
112. Williamson, J., customs officer
114. Sinclair, G., boot maker
116. Bain, Mrs. M. A.
118. Reid, Margaret
..........Cluan Place intersects
120, 124. Barry, W., publican

MOUNT PROSPECT
off Lisburn Road

                       Mount Prospect Lodge
       McAnally, P., plasterer
                       Mount Prospect House
       Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies - The Misses McKinney, principals
       Byrne, Mrs. A. B.
                                Divis View
       Lamb, Miss L.
       Waring, The Misses (Warring in 1890)

MOUNT STREET
Albert Bridge Road to My Lady's Road

   1. Side door
   3. Reid, Jas., boot maker
.........Claremont Lane intersects
   9. Millar, J., dairy keeper
 11. Craig, Robert, clerk
 13. Dunn, Mrs.
15, 17. Dougan, James, grocer
..........Mount Street Lower intersects
 19. Orr, Samuel, car owner
 21. Graham, J., blacksmith
..........Malcolm Street intersects
 27. McIlroy, E., pawn broker
 29. Neill, Robert, tailor
 31. Wilson, J., labourer
 33. Vacant
 35. Smyth, Joseph, publican
..........Woodstock Road intersects
 37. McDonald, J., iron dresser
..........Swift Street intersects
 41. Thompson, Samuel, clerk
43, 45. Johnston, James, grocer
 47. Wright, Eliza
 49. Murphy, Hugh, draper
 51. Cooper, Hugh, plumber
 53. Bradley, Bernard
 55. McAvoy, Martha
 57. Barker, Wm., joiner
 59. Irvine, J., time keeper
 61. Cameron, John, porter
 63. Montgomery, Mrs.
 65. Burns, R., brass finisher
 67. Elliott, James, R.I.C.
 69. Girvan, Alex., carpenter
 71. Kane, F., shipwright
 73. Beattie, Charlotte, grocer
..........Shamrock Street intersects
..........Glentoran Street intersects
..........Rathmore Street intersects
                             __________

   2. Croker, George, M.D., F.R.C.S.I., registrar Castlereagh District No. 1, E. Perrin, deputy registrar
   4. Beattie, Mrs.
   6. Thompson, Thomas H., salesman
   8. Woods, James
 10. Williams, G., retired coastguard officer
 12. Savage, Henry
 14. Noble, Henry
 16. Carlisle, T., storeman
 18. Gourley, J., compositor
 20. Bennett, J., boot maker
 22. Gibson, Jno., iron turner
 24. Hunniford, W. H., publican
 26. Lynass, Mrs., tobacco peg manufacturer
 28. Patton, Miss, dress maker
 30. Irvine, Robt., manager
 32. Gordon, Mrs. (Jordan, Mary in 1890?)
 34. Brown, A., bread server
 36. Kildea, Robert, inspector T.C.
 38. Black, Edw., seaman
 40. Knox, Jno., traveller
 42. Anderson, Sarah, dress and mantle maker
 44. Taylor, B., clerk
 46. McGregor, Robert, coppersmith
 48. Greer, J., ex. head constable
 50. Sharp, Robert, baker
 52. Harrison, E., grocer
..........Woodstock Road intersects
       Grovefield National School - W. Gibson, principal
..........Grovefield Street intersects
 58. Smith, Thos., grocer
 60. Wright, Elizabeth
 62. Robinson, Martha
 64. Falloon, C., tram driver
 66. McKay, H., carpenter
 68. Briggs, T., tram driver
 70. Henry, T., labourer
 72. McKibbin, Thos., labourer
 74. Savage, Jno., carpenter
 76. Kerr, Henry, carpenter
 78. Wilson, George, clerk
 80. Wood, Wm., fitter
 82. McMurray, Thomas, blacksmith
 84. Stirling, Thos. G., rivetter
 86. Johnston, Wm., fitter
 88. Jenkinson, H., boot maker
 90. Conn, James, preparing master
 92. Freeman, Jas., engineer
 94. Miller, Ellen
 96. McKeown, F., bread server
 98. Thompson, Wm., baker
100. Gracey, D., grocer
..........Shamrock Street intersects
102. Moorehead, Mrs., draper
104. Black, B., boot maker
106. Ritchie, W. J., clerk
108. Reid, Mrs.
110. Cooper, Michael, grocer
..........Glentoran Street intersects
..........Rathmore Street intersects

MOUNT, THE
off Albertbridge Road

 1a. Dixon, Wm., brass moulder
 2a. Moore, Patrick
   1. McLachlin, A., coppersmith
   2. Millar, J., tea and wine merchant
   3. Vacant
   4. Dobbs, Wm., butcher
   5. Ryan, P. J., supervisor of Inland Revenue
   6. Beringer, M., jeweller
   7. Strafford, F. R., examining Customs officer
   8. Anderson, Mrs.
   9. McQuoid, J., accountant
 10. Baxter, J. A., engineer
 11. Brown, Miss, ladies' school
 12. Witherow, Rev. Wm., minister Westbourne Presbyterian Church
 13. Lyttle, Adam, manager
                           Barossa Terrace
   1. Boyd, Miss, confectioner
   2. Nettleton, J. A., Inland Revenue officer
   3. Lister, J., civil engineer
   4. McLeish, John

MOUNT STREET BACK
off Woodstock Road

   2. Orr, Thomas
   4. Vacant

MOUNT STREET LOWER
off Albertbridge Road

   1. Side door
..........Claremont Lane intersects
   3. Mercer, William, clerk
   5. Smith, J., brass finisher
   7. Scott, Charles, labourer
   9. McCullough, J., watchman
 11. McKenna, Margaret
 13. Yeates, Mrs.
 15. Clarke, Jno., labourer
 17. Fraser, Chas., painter
 19. McKittrick, William J., hammer man
 21. Duncan, T., labourer
 23. Reid, Thomas, labourer
 25. Sturgeon, W. H., fireman
 27. Donnelly, E., pensioner
 29. Davis, Mrs.
 31. Matier, Mrs. (Mateer, John, tenter in 1890) (McTear, John, tenter in 1880)
                             __________

   2. Jeffs, Richard, R.I.C.
..........Claremont Lane intersects
   4. Millar, Robt., labourer
   6. Feeney, A., labourer (Feaney in 1890)
   8. McCullough, John, painter
 10. McDowell, H., labourer
 12. McCune, J., carter
 14. Dick, Thos., labourer
 16. Vacant

MOUTRAY'S COURT
off Caroline Street

a few small houses

MOYOLA STREET
North Queen Street to Glenrosa Street

   1. Templeton, John (side door)
   3. Davison, W., Post Office official
   5. Lewis, Hugh, engineer
   7. Wright, J., naval pensioner
   9. Moore, P., store man
 11. Lewis, Thomas, railway guard
 13. Treganna, R., boatman (Tregenna in 1890)
 15. Kennedy, W., compositor
 17. Reid, William, seaman
 19. Baillie, J., shipwright (Bailey, Jas., shipwright in 1890)
 21. Russell, Jas., traveller
 23. McCutcheon, James, dock master
 25. McCutcheon, John, ship carpenter
 27. Alexander, W., carpenter
 29. Entwistle, Mrs.
 31. Pinkerton, R., engineer
 33. Ludlow, J., carpenter
 35. McCormack, James, telegraphist (McCormick, J., telegraph clerk in 1890)
 37. Wright, John, labourer
 39. Forrest, S., plater
 41. Bell, Fred., agent
 43. Duncan, Miss
 45. McCauley, S., engineer
 47. Murphy, Thos., spinning master
 49. Campbell, D., plater
 51. Arnold, Jas., rivetter
 53. Campbell, Wm., pattern maker
 55. Kirk, Mrs.
 57. Carlisle, Robt., draper
 59. Gordon, D. H., carpenter
 61. Bell, John, carpenter
 63. Campbell, John, assistant manager
 65. Speirs, W., sea captain (Spiers)
                             __________

   2. Neill, W. J., draper
   4. Jamison, S., boiler maker
   6. Fleming, J., contractor
   8. McGrath, Robert, railway official
 10. Davey, S., warehouseman
 12. Wright, D., warehouseman
 14. McClure, George E.
16, 20. Vacant
 22. O'Kane, John, pavior
 24. Rea, Mrs.
 26. Hunter, Samuel
 28. Andersen, Wm., clerk
 30. Stevens, G., plater
 32. McCormack, Mrs.
 34. Allen, R., engineer
 36. McIntosh, J., foreman
 38. Irvine, Jas., engineer
 40. Rankin, Wm., clerk
 42. Vacant
 44. Henderson, David
 46. Goldstein, J., traveller
 48. Morgan, John, clerk
 50. McDermid, A., coppersmith
 52. Keenan, J., pensioner
 54. Brennan, J., watch maker (Bunan, J. M., watch maker in 1890)
 56. Green, J., engine driver
58, 60. Vacant
 62. McRoberts, J., engineer
 64. Fee, Mrs.
 66. Murphy, S., auctioneer
 68. Dowey, Robert, assistant manager
 70. Norris, T., boat builder
 72. Todd, Wm., engineer

MULHOUSE STREET
off Grosvenor Street (Road in 1890)

   1. Uprichard, Thomas, cloth passer (Pritchard, T., cloth passer in 1890)
   3. Carthy, Charles
   5. Ullerthorn, James, professor of languages
   7. Glendinning, James, railway guard (Clendinning, J., railway guard in 1890)
   9. Weir, Robt., tenter
 11. Christie, Robert
 13. Moore, A., labourer
 15. Maguire, J., shoe maker
 17. Clark, Robert
 19. McMillen, H., mechanic
 21. Vacant
 23. Fodey, Hugh, cooper
 25. Wilson, W., flax dresser
 27. Vacant
 29. Jameson, Mrs.
 31. Hamilton, W., mechanic
 33. Meek, A. G., draper
                            __________

   2. Side door
   4. Metcalf, E., asylum attendant
   6. Barr, A., painter
..........Majorca Street intersects
   8. Mains, Jos., R.I.C.
 10. Wylie, Mrs.
 12. Lea, H., tenter
 14. Beatty, John
 16. Cooke, Mrs.
..........Neely Street intersects (Neeley in 1890)
       Lindsay, Thompson & Co. Ltd., Mulhouse Works, Grosvenor Road, & Prospect Mills, Crumlin Road; Flax Spinners, Linen, Thread and Linen Cambric Handkerchief Manufacturers, Bleachers, Printers and Dyers

MULLAN'S PLACE
Off Trafalgar Street
a few small houses

MURDOCK STREET
(Murdoch in 1890)
Elizabeth Street to Cullingtree Road

   2. Carlisle, Mrs.
   4. O'Neill, B., traveller
   6. McKivitt, Hugh
..........Devonshire Street intersects
   8. McAvinchy, E., brick layer
 10. O'Neill, John, clerk
 12. Mackin, Mary

MURPHY'S COURT
off Little George's Street
four small houses

MURPHY'S LANE
Verner Street to Market Street

3, 5. Vacant
   7. Mullan, M., labourer
   9. McGee, J., watchman
11, 13. Graham, Wm., carter
                             __________

   2. Oprey, N., seaman
   4. Gibson, Samuel, potato dealer

MURPHY'S ROW
Off Barrack Street

   2. Boland, J., labourer
   4. McCrory, Margt., reeler
   6. Marley, Jos., labourer
   8. Quinn, Henry, fancy box maker
 10. McConnell, W., plumber
 12. Canning, B., labourer
 14. Gallagher, Hugh, French polisher
 16. Creaney, D., labourer
 18. McGivern, Ann Jane

MURPHY STREET
Verner Street to Eliza Street

   1. Graham, Wm., carter
   3. Fearon, John, dealer
5, 21. Wheeler & Co., stores
                            __________

   2. Lavery, T., publican
   4. O'Hara, Jas., seaman
   6. Savage, Mrs.
   8. Stevenson, R., labourer
 10. O'Donnell, H., lighterman
 12. McAuley, Rose Ann
 14. Burton, Mrs.
 16. McGarriety, T., dealer (Garrity, Thos., shop keeper in 1890) (McGarrity, Thos., fruiterer in 1880)
 18. McNally, William John, carrier
 20. Quail, W., labourer

MURRAY'S PLACE
Off Ravenhill Road

   2. Kelly, Edward, labourer
   4. Egan, Edward, labourer
   6. McCallam, Hugh, labourer

MURRAY'S ROW
Off Duncairn Street

   1. Rea, Mrs.
   3. McAleese, James
   5. O'Hara, James
   7. Osborne, James
   9. O'Hara, James
 11. Kennedy, Daniel
 13. Finnigan, Mrs.
 15. McWatters, Daniel
 17. Adams, John
 19. Close, William, window cleaner

MURRAY'S TERRACE
Off Fisherwick Place

   1. Standard Governess and Scholastic Agency - Conducted by the Misses McCartney
   2. Vacant
   3. McEwen, J., com. agent (McEwan, John, commission agent in 1890)
   4. Wales, G. F., M.D., surgeon
   5. Masonic Lodges 36, 109, 243 - John C. Knott, caretaker
   6. Aickin, W., M.D., surgeon (Aicken in 1890)
   7. Moffett, William
   8. Purdon, Rchd. J., M.D., surgeon
   9. Vacant

MUSGRAVE STREET
off Ann Street

       Central Barracks Royal Irish Constabulary

MUSIC HALL LANE
off Arthur Street

MY LADY'S ROAD
Ravenhill Road to Woodstock Road

                          Garfield Terrace
   1. Jackson, Robert, engine driver
   3. McCormick, Eliza J.
   5. Boyd, Hugh, mechanic
   7. Wilson, W., store keeper
   9. Toal, R., assistant draper
 11. Vacant
       Nettlefield National School - William J. Stewart, principal
                                __________

   1. Payne, Saml., grocer
   3. Henry, John, butler
   5. Gibson, S., seed merchant
   7. McAllister, Colin, R.I.C.
   9. Gilliland, J. H., clerk
 11. McConvey, T., compositor
 13. Dougherty, John, tailor
 15. Gilchrist, D., Customs officer
 17. Reid, Wm., painter
 19. Grogan, Mrs.
 21. Adams, Chas., painter
 23. Love, Henry, foreman
 25. Clement, Hugh, painter
 27. Watson, Jas., teacher
 29. Renfrew, Robt., smith
..........Ravenhill Street intersects
                           Nettlefield View
 31. Steele, David, grocer
 33. Mills, Jas., pensioner
 35. Lowry, Mrs.
 37. Vacant
 39. Goodwin, J., brass moulder
 41. Martin, J. R., shipping clerk
 43. Montgomery, W. J., moulder
 45. Pedden, J., whitesmith
                            Cyprus Terrace
 47. Agnew, Mrs.
 49. Abernethy, J., chemist
 51. Gordon, Mrs.
 53. Flockart, A. B., compositor
 55. Allen, Sarah
 57. Palmer, J. A., printer
 59. Waugh, Mrs.
 61. Brown, R., seaman
 63. Lappin, W., jeweller
 65. McKibbin, Robert, seed merchant
 67. Nelson, S. H., rivetter
 69. Hamilton, Wm. J., rope and twine manufacturer
 71. Brown, R., labourer
 73. Rainey, Thomas, cabinet maker
 75. Boyd, Samuel, smith
 77. McGowan, John, smith
 79. Hamilton, Mrs.
 81. Rooney, Mrs.
 83. Armstrong, R., labourer
 85. Gallagher, J., saddler
 87. McDonald, J., engine driver
..........Canada Street intersects
                       Willowfield Terrace
 89. Wilson, J. C., traveller
 91. Marks, J. G., linen business
 93. Hopwood, E., correspondent
 95. Russell, A., clerk
 97. McNeice, G., Petty Sessions Clerk
 99. Davis, H., linen lapper
..........Washington Road intersects
                       Willowfield Parsonage
       Hopkins, Rev. J. G., B.A.
                               __________

   2. Side door
   4. Nichol, A., joiner
   6. Brown, Hugh, labourer
   8. Vacant
 10. Rice, James, commercial traveller
 12. Lockart, Robert, foreman collar cutter
 14. Griffith, A., jeweller
 16. McIlwrath, Saml., baker
 18. O'Hare, Thomas
 20. Grant, A., engineer
 22. Kirkby, J. A., pensioner
 24. Davidson, J., salesman
 26. Cavan, Robert, commercial traveller
 28. Sullivan, J., bookkeeper
 30. McCrea, Martha
 32. Sim, Alexander, foreman baker
 34. Patterson, Wm., rivetter
 36. Rea, D., spirit grocer
..........Mount Street intersects
                            Eiffel Terrace
 38. Rainey & Co., grocers
 40. Maxwell, J., compositor
 42. Wilson, D. J., engine driver
 44. Hamilton, D., draper
 46. Burrows, J., manufacturer
 48. Henry, G., bookkeeper
 50. Stewart, Mrs.
 52. Stewart, Wm., teacher
 54. Tate, W. S., compositor
 56. Cumming, J., bread server
 58. Nixon, J., shipping clerk
 60. Doak, John, seaman
 62. Clotworthy, J., coal merchant
 64. Richardson, Mrs.
 66. Somerville, Mrs.
 68. Henderson, John, clerk
       Vacant ground
                                Nettlefield
       Lewis, Miss
                        Westminster Crescent
   1. Jackson, Alice
   2. Hope, F., missionary
   3. Taylor, Mrs.
   4. Neilson, James, clerk
   5. Ringland, Wm., commission agent
   6. Brand, Jos. A., hosier and glover
   7. Vacant
   8. Snoddy, S., missionary
   9. Love, T., bookkeeper
 10. McKee, J., cellar man
 11. Adamson, William H., accountant
 12. McCance, Robert
 13. McConnell, John, tailor
 14. Hewett, Mrs.
 15. Douglas, William
 16. Robinson, S. B., National school teacher
17, 18. Wilkins, Sarah Jane, grocer
19, 20. Vacant
 21. McFerran, J. F., manager
 22. Anderson, S., upholsterer
 23. Knox, J., time keeper
24, 31. Vacant
 32. Abraham, Jos., grocer
                             Balfour Terrace
   1. Wright, J., bookkeeper
   2. Ritchie, L., box manufacturer
   3. Shanks, Mrs.
   4. Roe, T. & R. B., architects
   5. McClelland, Mrs.
   6. McComb, J., provisions

MYRTLE GROVE TERRACE
off Cliftonville

   1. Allen, Jas., chemist
   3. Mathews, H., chemist
   5. Arrol, J., electro plater
   7. Todd, J. P., salesman
   9. Lavery, Mrs.
 11. Dancey, D., Customs officer
 13. Mills, R. A., teacher
 15. Kehone, Joseph, clerk Inland Revenue
 17. Carson, J. C., optician
       Cliftonville Recreation Grounds

MYRTLE STREET
George's Street to Moore Street

   2. Anderson, Ross, boot and shoe maker
   4. McMann, Mrs.
   6. McMullan, T., joiner
   8. Ferguson, J., labourer
 10. Ellison, J., labourer
 12. Cairns, W., foreman
 14. Harrison, J., labourer
 16. Burns, T., carpenter
 18. Side door

Mc

McADAM STREET
off Sandy Row

1, 3. Side doors
   5. Palmer, T., box cutter
   7. Gillespie, G., labourer
   9. Burns, Mrs.
 11. Curry, J., labourer
 13. Geary, George, porter
 15. Wallace, Mrs.
 19. Gallagher, T., labourer
 17. Titten, A., porter
 21. Fox, John, labourer
 23. Vacant
 25. Harks, John, mechanic
 27. Graham, James, porter
                               __________

   2. Side door
   4. Hanley, William, spinning master
   6. Patterson, W., labourer
   8. Osborne, Mrs.
 10. McVey, R., carpenter
 12. Martin, F., gardener
 14. Duncan, James, tram conductor
 16. Murphy, Thomas, porter
 18. Faulkner, G., labourer
 20. Glover, Mrs.
 22. Hammel, W. J., labourer
 24. Rainey, J., yarn dresser
 26. Burgoyne, W. H., waiter

McAULEY'S COURT
Off McAuley Street

2, 4. Wallace, John, Bag and Sack Merchant

McAULEY STREET
Cromac Street to Stewart Street

   1. White, H., pawn broker
   3. Corry, R., shoe maker
..........McAuley's Court intersects
15 to 39. Patterson & Co. Ltd., match manufacturers
 41. McBride, J., labourer
 43. Murray, John, labourer
..........Norton Street intersects
45, 47. Ward, Robert, grocer and publican
 49. Markley, T., publican
..........Bond Street intersects
 51. Millin & Rankin, Mineral Water Manufacturers and Bottlers; Private Address, Mr. Wm. Rankin, 54 Belgravia
 53. Nesbitt, W., caretaker
 55. Rankin, Wm., caretaker
 57. Cowan & Co.'s stables
 59. Frazer, T., store keeper
       Belfast Corporation Stone Yard
61a. City Abattoirs - W. Hoey, manager; John Cooke, collector
                                __________

   2. Side door
   4. York, Jane
   6. Carse, H., labourer
   8. Greer, B., labourer
 10. Mossey, D., labourer
 12. McKeown, R., painter
 14. Webb, W., shoe maker
 16. Hughes, J., labourer
 18. McCloskey, J., labourer
20, 22. McQuade, M., horse dealer
 24. Knox, Mrs.
..........Bond Street intersects
 26. Vacant
 28. Coal Yard
 30. Barbour, John, butcher
 32. Savage, Hans, car driver
 34. Lynch, Mary Ann
 36. Lavery, J., spirit grocer
 38. Vacant
 40. Gregretzke, P. & D., sausage skin manufacturers
 42. Swain, Thos., hay presser

McBRATNEY'S COURT
Off George's Street
Two small houses

McCANDLISS STREET
Crumlin Road to Sydney Street West

   1. Side door, Brown, Mat., boot warehouse
   3. Scott, J., insurance agent
   5. Smyth, Wm., manager
   7. Hamilton, Mrs.
   9. Vacant
 11. May, W. J., warehouseman
..........Vistula Street intersects
 13. Blair, Mrs.
..........Harrison Street intersects
 15. Moon, George, grocer
 17. Stewart, Mrs.
 19. Curran, Mrs.
 21. Johnston, Mrs.
 23. Campbell, Mrs.
 25. Adair, Francis, labourer
 27. Gilmore, Mrs.
..........Danube Street intersects
 29. O'Neill, Hugh, publican
       Vacant ground
 45. Dillon, John, tenter
 47. Kerr, Alex., iron grinder
 49. Dalgleish, J., blacksmith
 51. Hamilton, J., carpenter
 53. Scott, Mrs.
 55. McDowell, R., labourer
                              __________

   8. Morrison, Saml., sailor
 10. McCreight, R., rivetter
 12. Murray, Mrs.
 14. Ball, Samuel, labourer
 16. Corry, T., blacksmith (Currie, Thomas, blacksmith in 1890)
 18. Cathcart, Chas., labourer
 20. Campbell, John, sailor
..........Danube Street intersects
       Vacant ground
 40. Todd, John, dealer

McCAVANA'S PLACE
Franklin Place to Clarence Street

   2. Daley, James, plumber
   4. Donnelly, James, labourer
   6. Hamill, John, labourer
   8. Ward, M., clerk
 10. Murray, Mrs.
 12. Dining room
 14. Moore, E., coach trimmer
 16. Crothers, John, porter
 18. McCord, James, labourer
 20. Magee, James, labourer (McGee, James, labourer  in 1890)

McCLEERY STREET
Great George's Street to Henry Street

   1. Brown, Mrs.
   3. McCann, Hugh, painter
   5. McCourt, J., labourer
   7. Roswarren, F., sailor
   9. McDade, Wm., labourer
 11. Nolan, Isaac, painter
 13. Fitzpatrick, J., labourer
 15. Saunderson, W., compositor
 17. Kidd, Matilda
 19. Penter, Mrs.
 21. O'Neill, P., carpenter
 23. Mooney, P., coachman
 25. Liddy, Patrick, pavior
 27. Henry, Patrick, grocer
..........Little George's Street intersects
 31. Mulryne, Wm., labourer
 33. Delaney, C., labourer
 35. Doherty, J., flax dresser
 37. Neeson, John, sawyer
 39. Scully, Duncan, sawyer
 41. Kerney, H., labourer (Kearney, Henry, labourer in 1890)
 43. Magee, James, driller
 45. Murray, J., labourer
 47. Gormley, Jane
 49. Feron, John, labourer
 51. Kissaner, Mrs.
 53. Gillespie, B., labourer
 55. Malone, Miss
 57. Kernahan, Mrs.
 59. Henderson, R., confectioner
 61. McKinley, Ann
 63. Macbeth, H., flax dresser
                            __________

   2. Duffin, Thomas, labourer
   4. Murray, Patrick, barman
   6. Long, Robert, plasterer
   8. George, Wm., ship carpenter
 10. McGrath, J., boots in hotel
 12. Feenan, Patrick, tailor
 14. Kerr, Patrick, labourer
 16. Mone, Jas., bookkeeper (Mowen, James in 1890)
 18. Liddy, John, pavior
 20. Henderson, J., labourer
 22. Headley, J., labourer
 24. Magee, Rose
 26. Savage, Patk., cooper
 28. Brown, M., carpenter
 30. McDonald, E., mechanic
 32. McCormick, R., mason (McComish, Robert, mason in 1890)
 34. Lamb, Wm., stone cutter
 36. Devlin, B., coachman
 38. Murray, P., coach builder
 40. McGregor, Robt., labourer
 42. Macauley, Robert, sailor
 44. Porter, Alexander, labourer
..........Little George's Street intersects
 46. Maynes, Hugh, labourer
 48. South, John, labourer
 50. Bannon, M., labourer
 52. Morgan, Hugh, shoe maker
 54. O'Neill, Edward, dealer
 56. McCafferty, H., labourer
 58. Kerney, J., labourer (Kearney in 1890)
 60. Bloor, Robt. J., labourer
 62. Mooney, Mrs.
 64. Spallen, Francis, salesman (Spaldin, Francis, tobacconist in 1890)
 66. Higginson, L., labourer
 68. Love, John, blacksmith
 70. Richardson, R., labourer
 72. McKibbin, R., labourer
 74. Weir, James, labourer
 76. Farrell, J., com. agent

McCLURE STREET
Off Ormeau Road

       The Manse - Rev. James Harpur, minister Ormeau Road Methodist Church
       Vacant ground
 13. Healy, Denis (Healey in 1890)
 15. Dorman, Mrs.
 17. Moore, John, stoker
 19. Flintsch, Rosanna
 21. Ceasar, R., litho. printer (Cesar, Robt., litho. printer in 1890)
 23. Topping, Mrs.
 25. Crawford, Mrs.
 27. Minn, Christine
 29. Smyth, Robt., engineer
 31. Hill, Wm., carpenter
 33. Scott, W. J., printer
 35. Bell, G., coach painter
 37. Dunlop, Sarah
 39. Fryer, Wm., porter
 41. McIlwaine, Robert, carter
 43. McKinty, Joseph, joiner
 45. Madden, Daniel, car owner
 47. Stranaghan, T., labourer
 49. Wylie, Robert, foreman
 51. Kennedy, Mrs.
 53. Shanks, Robt., carpenter
 55. Crowthers, Mary Ann
 57. Carson, David, saddler
 59. Boyd, Jane
 61. Shaw, Wm., measurer
 63. McGee, Thos., gardener
 65. Lambert, P., rent agent
 67. McCullough, R., carpenter
 69. McCormick, Mrs.
 71. Curry, B., compositor
 73. Bell, R. J., bread server
 75. Maguire, Francis
 77. McKeever, Richard, carter
 79. Stevenson, R. J., yarn dresser
 81. Purdy, Wm., linen lapper
 83. Shaw, Mrs.
 85. McAuley, Miss, dress maker
 87. Ellison, Robert, carter
 89. Rowan, William, librarian
 91. Rowan, T., coachman
 93. Calvert, J., porter, Queen's College
 95. Johnston, Geo., engineer
 99. Rea, Joseph, plumber
101. Parkinson, Jno., painter
103. Carlisle, Miss
105. Armour, Samuel, clerk
107. Johnston, Wm., clerk
109. Cherry, Mrs.
111. Hughes, James, R.I.C.
113. Tirney, J., paper ruler
115. Shiladay, James, tailor (Shilliday)
117. McAlister, James, labourer
119. McCoubrey, J., carpenter
121. Croft, Henry, carpenter
123. Side door
125. Milligan, W. H., clerk
127. Green, George, carpenter
129. Clawson, Samuel, clerk
131. Smyth, Wm., printer
133. Lowry, Thomas, builder
135. Pearce, Wm., enameller (Pierce, Wm., enameller in 1890) (Percy, William, mechanic in 1880)
137. McWhiney, J., brick layer
139. Bowman, H., labourer
141. Miskimmon, J., carpenter
143. McMeehan, Miss (McMechan, Miss in 1890) (McMeekin, Mrs. in 1880)
145. Nicholson, J. W., clerk
147. Bell, Mrs.
149. Ditty, John, cashier
151. Blakely, James, printer (Bleakley, James, printer in 1890)
153. Joint, Christopher
155. Cunningham, J., carpenter
157. Taylor, J., brick layer
159. Church, J., telegraphist
161. Millen, Mary
163. Jones, A., brick layer
165. Paton, W., car owner
167. Dowling, J., labourer
169. Hamilton, Mrs.
                              __________

                          McClure Terrace
   2. McCormick, Miss
   4. Bennett, Miss
   6. Cooper, Mrs.
..........Bagot Street intersects
   8. Huston, S., carpenter
 10. Leeburn, Miss
 12. Garrett, Miss
 14. Yeates, Mrs.
 16. O'Doherty, H., billiard room proprietor (O'Dougherty, H., billiard room proprietor in 1890)
..........Belmore Street intersects
 18. Rainey, David, grocer
 20. Flintsch, John, waiter
 22. Brown, John, waiter
 24. Wilkinson, Chas., plumber
 26. McGrath, Mrs.
..........Powerscourt Street intersects
28, 30. White, R., spirit grocer
 32. Rodgers, Mrs.
 34. Grainger, Mrs.
 36. Collins, William, fitter
..........Gosford Street intersects
 38. Williams, A. T., blacksmith
 40. Humphries, T., pensioner
 42. Robinson, J., store keeper
 44. Agnew, Wm., sawyer
 46. Stanfield, W., sample maker
..........Zetland Street intersects
 48. Carrol, Wm. J., grocer (Carroll in 1890)
 50. Lemon, Thos., shoe maker
 52. Brennan, Mrs.
 54. Farr, John, tailor
 56. Robinson, A., mantle maker
..........Mornington Street intersects
 58. Stewart, Thos., labourer
 60. Wilson, Mrs., laundry
 62. Hughes, John, baker
 64. Donaldson, Jas., labourer
 66. Davison, A., sample cutter
 68. Gray, R., coach trimmer
 70. Greenland, Fred., captain Salvation Army
 72. Kerney, James, tailor
 74. McKelvey, J., baker
 76. Marshall, Mrs.
 78. Cochrane, G., sergt. R.I.C.
 80. Hatch, Geo., compositor
 82. Wilson, Mrs.
 84. Emmings, Mrs.
 86. Christie, Mrs.
 88. Stevenson & Co., grocers
       McClure Street National School - Rev. G. Shaw, manager; Jas. Kell, principal; Miss Frances McCutcheon, principal infant department

McCRACKEN'S PLACE
Off Newtownards Road

   1. Craney, B., labourer
   3. Owens, Francis, plater
   5. Lennon, James, labourer
   7. Scott, Alex., labourer
   9. Carmichael, D., labourer
                             __________

   2. Kennedy, Jas., labourer
   4. McGreevy, Wm., labourer
   6. Atkinson, Jane
   8. Doherty, J., rope spinner
 10. Legget, John

McCREEICH'S PLACE
off Beersbridge Road
three small houses

McCULLY'S COURT
Off Peter's Hill
a few small houses

McDONNELL STREET
Albert Street to Grosvenor Street

   1. Reid, Patrick, coal dealer
   3. O'Hagan, T., box maker
   5. McIlroy, Arthur, labourer
   7. Kearney, Mrs.
   9. Savage, James, labourer
 11. McAllister, D., iron moulder
 13. Stewart, Robt., labourer
 15. Ferris, John, labourer
 17. Agnew, John, labourer
 19. Harkin, James, labourer
 21. Magennis, Patk., labourer (Maginnis, Patk. in 1890)
 23. Regan, Mrs.
 25. Smith, Joseph, labourer
 27. Kearns, Mary (Kearney, Mrs. in 1890)
 29. Morris, Felix, labourer
 31. Anderson, J., iron moulder
 33. Campbell, Wm., boot maker
 35. Watson, Thos., labourer
 37. Hoy, Mrs.
 39. Cunningham, F., dealer
 41. Griffin, Saml., linesman
 43. McMullan, Jos., labourer
 45. McNeil, J., blacksmith
 47. Doran, Jane
 49. McKeever, Fras., joiner (McKeiver, Francis, joiner in 1890)
 51. McKinney, Patrick
53a. McAreavey, J., shoe maker
..........Marchioness Street intersects
53, 55. Brady, Owen, grocer
 57. McAvoy, Wm., weaver
 59. O'Conor, F., labourer (Connor, J., brick layer in 1890)
 61. Moroney, Mrs. (Maroney, J., mill worker in 1890)
 63. McCorry, Chas., labourer
 65. Cronin, Mrs.
 67. Kelly, Mrs.
 69. McCullough, J., plasterer
 71. Mayne, Henry, agent
 73. Toner, Patrick, carter
 75. Devlin, Patrick, labourer
 77. Maginn, Mrs.
 79. Dowds, John, labourer
 81. Dempsey. Patk., labourer
 83. Hillis, James, labourer
 85. Harbinson, W., labourer
 87. Fahey, Mrs.
 89. Robinson, R., labourer
 91. Bowman, Mrs.
 93. Tierney, Jas., labourer
 95. Lenaghan, P., flax dresser
 97. Connolly, Thomas, carter
 99. Smith, Thomas, labourer
101. Logan, Felix, plasterer
103. McAllan, B., painter (McCallan, Bernard, painter in 1890)
105. McMullen, John, car driver
107. Quinn, Mrs.
109. Fox, Wm., nail maker
111. Morrow, William, painter
113. Hughes, James, rougher
115. Caulfield, P., flax dresser
117. Maginn, J., insurance agent
119. Elliott, James, stores
121. Gorey, John, tenter (Curry, John, tenter in 1890) (Corry, John, tenter in 1880)
123. Gavan, P., engine driver (Girvin, P., engine driver in 1890)
125. Davis, Harriett, dealer (Davison, Margaret in 1890)
..........Leeson Street intersects
127. Jordan, Jas., brick layer
129. Steele, Geo., carpenter
131. Burns, Philip
133. McErlean, H., painter
135. Keys, Mathew, labourer
        Russell, Richard T. B.
139. Winters, James, labourer
141. Fisher, Mrs.
143. McClelland, Wm., porter
145. Mathers, Mrs.
147. Burns, Robert, mechanic
149. McDonnell, A., grocer
                           __________

   2. McCafferty, H., labourer
   4. McGoran, P., stone mason
..........Lady Street intersects
   6. O'Donnell, Chas., grocer
   8. Emmerson, Mrs.
 10. Matthews, D., shoe maker
 12. Smyth, Henry, tailor
 14. Brown, Joseph, tailor
 16. Burns, C., forage contractor
 18. Williamson, Mrs.
 20. Morrison, Fras., labourer
 22. McCallister, W., car driver
 24. Boyle, John, carter
 26. Leathem, Thos., labourer
 28. Magee, Joseph, labourer
 30. Rogan, Patrick, labourer
 32. McCurry, J., brass finisher
 34. Morgan, Thos., carpenter
 36. McKenna, Patrick, carter
38, 40. Dunlop, James, butcher
 42. Anderson, Wm., engine driver
 44. Lee & Co., wholesale wine and spirit merchants
..........Marchioness Street intersects
 46. McCavanagh, Mrs.
 48. McHugh, Thomas, pavior
 50. McGaughey, J., labourer
 52. Davey, T., flax dresser
 54. Cummins, J., labourer
..........Ton Street intersects
 56. Ferran, Mrs.
 58. Rogan, Mrs.
 60. Madden, Henry
 62. McVeigh, Margaret
 64. McConville, Mrs.
..........Slate Street intersects
 68. Crosan, John, labourer
 70. Mallon, John, labourer
 72. Hamill, A., labourer
 74. Grant, Mrs.
 76. Millar, T., flax dresser
 78. Darley, Robt., labourer
 80. Glancy, Michael, carter
 82. Murphy, Mrs.
..........Grosvenor Place intersects
 84. McManus, H., compositor
 86. Jordan, Jas., brick layer
 88. Semple, Mrs.
 90. McCoy, Daniel, carpenter
 92. Carrigan, John, carter
..........Leeson Street intersects
 94. Dorrian, Mrs. (Doran, Jane, laundry in 1890)
 96. Cavender, Mrs.
 98. Shilcock, R., labourer
100. Rainey, Samuel, checker
102. Faulkner, Wm., labourer (Faulkiner in 1890)
104. McGovern, Alex., carter
106. Bolton, Wm., labourer

McFARLAND'S COURT
Off Wesley Place
a few small houses

McGAHAN STREET
Linfield Road to Railway Street

   2. McMahon, Jos., labourer
   4. Guion, Mrs.
   6. Denison, Mrs. (Dennis, Ellen in 1890)
   8. Hanna, J., spinning master
 10. Hamilton, John, spinning master
 12. Watson, Mrs.

McIVOR'S PLACE
Off Wilson Street

   1. Entwhistle, H., painter
   3. Thompson, G., engraver
   5. Hill, Sarah
   7. Adair, R. J., pork cutter
   9. Logan, Jas., labourer
 11. Orr, Margaret
                              __________

   2. Leathem, J., cooper
   4. Wherry, Jane
   6. Andrew, Wm., tenter
   8. Bingham, A., butcher
 10. Deremple, Wm., coppersmith

McKENNA'S PLACE
Off Welsh Street
Four small houses

McKIBBIN'S COURT
North Street to Kent Street
a number of small houses

McKILLER'S COURT
Off Nelson Street
a number of small houses

McLENAGHAN'S COURT
off Mill Street

   1. Spence & Gilmore, cabinet makers
   3. Boyd & Co., general jobbing smiths

McMASTER'S COURT
off Millfield
a few small houses

McMILLAN'S PLACE
Durham Street to Pound Street

   1. McCarnon, F., labourer
   3. Heaney, John, striker
   5. Arthurs, J., cabinet maker
   7. Blackwood, G., machinist
   9. Morrison, Jane
 11. McGronnan, H., labourer
 13. McGleave, M., van man
 15. McMahon, O., labourer
 17. McGronnan, P., labourer
 19. McGleave, Patrick, carter
 21. McGurk, John, labourer
 23. McDonald, P., shoe maker (McDonnell, Patk., shoe maker in 1890)
 25. Fitzgerald, P., labourer
 27. Byrne, Sarah
 29. Curran, John, glazier
 31. Fitzpatrick, T., bread server
 33. O'Toole, Peter, labourer
 35. Burns, Maria
 37. Vacant
                            __________

   2. Cassidy, John, publican
   4. Campbell, B., bundler
   6. Hewitt, A., porter
   8. McAstocker, F., car owner
 10. Johnston, Thos., van man
 12. McCabe, James, clothier
 14. Kennedy, Wm., basket maker
 16. Shannon, William, labourer
 18. Kenchellor, D., upholsterer (Kinchelar, D., upholsterer in 1890)
 20. McManus, Charles, fitter
 22. Mackin, James, labourer
 24. Devine, A., wood turner
 26. Campbell, Alice, grocer

McMULLAN'S LANE
off Ravenhill Road
a number of small houses

McNAMARA'S COURT
off New Lodge Road
a few small houses

McQUILLAN STREET
off Falls Road

   1. Entry
   3. McGarry, John, shoe maker
   5. Tyrrell, Patrick
   7. O'Hare, Thomas
   9. Brown, John
 11. Toal, Mrs.
 13. Mackey, Patrick
 15. Black, Mrs.
 17. O'Neill, John, painter
 19. Molloy, John, labourer
 21. O'Connor, Wm.
 23. McAuley, Miss
 25. Conway, John, labourer
                           __________

   2. Gilliland, Mrs.
   4. McSherry, E., coal merchant
   6. Kerr, Denis, dairy keeper (Carr in 1890)
   8. Neeson, Henry, labourer
 10. McKearney, J., car owner
 12. Lowe, Thos., car driver
 14. Canavan, George, carter
 16. Morgan, James, carter
 18. Devlin, Patrick, car owner
 20. Marron, Mrs.
 22. Hatton, John, dealer

M'TIER STREET
Shankill Road to Conlon Street

5, 7. Walker, J., hairdresser
       M'Tier Street Mission Hall
 25. Mayne & Co., engineers and founders
 27. Vacant
 29. Campbell, W., stone sawyer
 31. McDonald, E., seed merchant
 33. McKeown, Mrs.
 35. Ewing, Mrs.
 37. McCracken, Richd., weaver (McRakin, Richard, weaver in 1890)
 39. McIlroy, Miss (McTroy, Ellen, dairy in 1890)
 41. Locknington, D., coal merchant (Lockington in 1890)
 43. Shannon, Miss, machinist
 45. Cairns, James
 47. Lyttle, John, moulder
 49. Palmer, C., grocer
 51. Weir, Samuel, stone cutter
 53. Carvil, James, fitter
..........Maria Place intersects
 55. Manderson, Saml., caulker
 57. Lyttle, D., moulder
 59. McComb, John, bottler
 61. McFetridge, Wm., brick layer
 63. Burns, Mrs.
 65. Fittis, Henry, carter
 67. Lavery, Robert
 69. Surgenor, Geo., plumber (Surginor, George, gas fitter in 1890)
 71. Parker, Mrs.
 73. Hamilton, D.
 75. Magee, Wm., cutter
77, 79. Curry, S., luggage porter
..........Leadbetter Street intersects
81, 83. McConkey, J., chemist and druggist
 85. Moore, Patrick
 87. Noble, James, sawyer
89, 91. Collier, Hugh T., grocer
..........Foreman Street intersects
93, 97. Curly, J., pawn broker
 99. Vacant
101. Fitzpatrick, P.
103. McKeown, Miss
105. Connor, David
107. Morgan, Wm. G.
109. Hughes, Robert, carter
111. Wilson, Mrs.
113. Hamilton, Mrs.
115. McIlhenny, Miss (McKenney, Sarah, weaver in 1890)
117. Weir, Mrs.
                               __________

   4. Soye, James, hay dealer
   6. Vacant
   8. Livingston, Saml., watchman
 10. Vacant
 12. Mateer, Jas., iron dresser
 14. Fletcher, James
 16. Mahaffy, Robert
 18. Boddie, Robt., boot maker
 20. McNeill, Miss
 22. Stewart, John, moulder
 24. Cotter, John
 26. McIlrath, John
 28. Johnston, Mrs.
 30. Brown, James
 32. Cruikshanks, John, carter (Cruickshank, J. in 1890) (Crookshanks, John, labourer in 1880)
34, 36. Marshall, John, dealer
 38. Wallace, Wm.
 40. Bracken, T., engine fitter
 42. Topping, W., boot maker
 44. Mulin, J., grocer
 46. Vacant
 48. Carroll, Francis, weaver
 50. Dickson, Alex.
 52. Maguire, Wm.
54, 56. Shields, Mrs., grocer
 58. Lyttle, Daniel, moulder (Lilly, Daniel, moulder in 1890) (Little, Daniel, iron moulder in 1880)
 60. Johnston, Wm, J., moulder
 62. Henry, Charles, hackler
 64. Agnew, Mrs.
 66. Scott, Henry
 68. Bell, John E., fitter
 70. Campbell, J., stone cutter
 72. Percy, Jos., plasterer
 74. Feety, Adam, pork cutter
 76. Mellon, Jas., coach builder (Mallon, James in 1890)
 78. Vacant
 80. Bothwell, James, saddler
 82. McCreight, Mrs.
 84. Irvine, Wm., carter (Irwin, William, carter in 1890)
 86. Lewis, Richard
 88. Vacant
 90. Doherty, J., commercial traveller
 92. Greer, John
 94. McDowell, Hugh, carter
 96. Brady, Miss
 98. Partridge, A., porter
100. Gibson, J., engine fitter
102. Smith, J., engine driver
104. Carrothers, James, baker (Crothers, James, baker in 1890)
106, 108. O'Neill, J., publican
..........Hemsworth Street intersects
110, 112. Vacant
114. Davis, Miss
116. M'Teer, J., cabinet maker (McAtter, John, carpenter in 1890)
118. Hanna, James, hackler
120. Greer, James
122. Gray, George, tailor
124. Drennan, Mrs.
126. Hawthorn, A., stone dresser
128. M'Tier, John (McAteer, John, carpenter in 1890)
130. Johnston, J.
132. Fitzpatrick, Patrick
134. Clark, Mrs.
136. Vacant
138. Scott, Alexander, porter
140. Hall, John
142. Gilpin, John J.
144. Blakley, Joseph
146. Johnston, J., basket maker
148. Glover, Samuel