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County of Armagh

          Armagh, an inland county in Ulster Province. Boundaries - N., Lough Neagh; E., Down; S., Louth; W., Monaghan and Tyrone. Greatest length, N. and S., 32 miles; greatest breadth, E. and W., 20 miles; comprising an area of 328,086 acres; of which 265,243 are arable, 35,117 uncultivated, 8,996 in plantations, 778 in towns, and 17,942 under water. The surface is hilly, rising into mountain in the S.W., where the highest point of Slieve-Gullion is 1,893 feet above high sea level. The Newry canal skirts the county on the E., the Great Northern Railway is extended from Belfast to Monaghan. The soil is fertile, with much bog. Combined with agriculture is the weaving of cotton and linen, but the latter has been long the staple manufacture. The county is divided into 8 baronies, 28 parishes and parts of parishes, and 970 townlands, having a population in 1871 of 179,260, or 36,247 families, inhabiting 4,439 houses. It is mostly in Armagh archdiocese. The principal towns are the county town, city, and Parliamentary borough of Armagh; population in 1871, 8,946, and a part of the Parliamentary borough of Newry, having a population of 5,321, and the remaining portion, with 8,837 inhabitants, is in the County Down. The county returns 3 members to Parliament - 2 for the county at large (constituency, 1879-80, 7,005, with 16 polling places), and 1 for Armagh city (constituency 626). The county is in the North-East circuit. The Assizes are held at Armagh, and Quarter Sessions at Armagh, Ballbot, Lurgan, Markethill and Newtownhamilton. There are 16 Petty Sessions Courts in the county. The Poor Law Union of Armagh is partly in Armagh and Tyrone, and that of Lurgan partly in Armagh, Antrim and Down. The constabulary force in the county consists of 6 officers and 179 men. The county is within the Belfast military district, having barrack stations in Armagh and Newry, and with the Counties Cavan, Louth and Monaghan, form Regimental Sub-District 87, the brigade depot being at Armagh

Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum
Right Hon. the Earl of Gosford, K.P.; late Major Armagh Militia; 105 Hurley Street, W.; Gosford Castle, Markethill, Co. Armagh; Brooks's, Marlborough, and White's Clubs, London, S.W.; Kildare Street Club, Dublin

High Sheriff, 1880 - Henry Barcroft, J.P., The Glen, Newry

Members of Parliament for the County
Mid Division - Sir James P. Corry, County Antrim, and Dunraven, Belfast.
North Division - Colonel James Saunderson, D.L., J.P., Castle Saunderson, Belturbet, Co. Cavan
South Division - Alexander Blane, Armagh

Deputy Lieutenants
Deputy-Lieutenants and Magistrates marked thus (a) have served the office of High Sheriff in this County.

a Atkinson, Joseph, Crowhill, Loughgall
Blacker, Major Stewart, Carrickblacker, Portadown
a Bond, Joshua Walter MacGeough (was M.P. for Armagh, 1855-57, 1859-65), The Argory, Moy, Drumsill House, Armagh, Sackville Street Club, Dublin, Carlton and Army and Navy Clubs, London, S.W.
a Close, Maxwell Charles, M.A., M.P. for the County Armagh, Drumbanagher, Poyntzpass, Carlton Club, London, S.W., Sackville Street Club, Dublin.
a Cross, Colonel Wm., Dartan, Killylea, Armagh
Gosford, Earl of, K.P., Gosford Castle, Markethill, 59 Grosvenor Street, London, W., White's Club, London, S.W.
a Hamilton-Jones, Thos. Morris, Jonesborough House, Flurrybridge, Moneyglass House, Toome, Co. Antrim, Sackville Street Club, Dublin
a Harden, R. J., Harrybrook, Tandragee
a Harris, Hugh, M.A., Ashfort, Tynan, 3 Mountjoy Place, Dublin
a Johnston, Jas., Carrickbreda, Forkhill, Dundalk
a Stronge, Col. Sir Jas. M., Bart. (was M.P. for Co. Armagh, 1864-74), Tynan Abbey, Tynan, Mulnavar, Drumquin, Co. Tyrone, Carlton Club, London, S.W., Kildare Street Club, Dublin
a Synnott, Mark Seton, Ballymoyer, Newtownhamilton
a Wilson, Joseph, Lissidian, Stillorgan, County Dublin, 15 Upper Temple Street and Sackville Street, Dublin
County Court Judge and Chairman of Quarter Sessions
William O'Conor Morris (1880), Gartnama, Tullamore, 25 Rutland Square North, Dublin


a Alexander, Captain Granville, Forkhill House
a Armstrong, Henry Bruce-Wright, Killylea House, Armagh; New University Club, S.W.; Kildare Street Club, Dublin
a Atkinson, Joseph, Crowhill, Loughgall
a Bond, Joshua Walter McGeagh (was M.P. for Armagh, 1855-57, 1859-65), The Argory, Moy; Drumsill House, Armagh; Sackville Club, Dublin; Carlton and Army and Navy Clubs, London, S.W.
a Close, Maxwell C., M.A. Drumbanagher Castle, Poyntzpass; Carlton Club, London, S.W.; Sackville and Kildare Streets, Clubs, Dublin
Cope, Francis Robert, The Manor, Loughgall

a Harris, Hugh, M.A., T.C.D., Ashfort, Tynan; 65 Harcourt Street, Dublin
Lurgan, Right Hon. Lord, Brownlow House, Lurgan; Carlton, Guards, and White's Clubs, London, S.W.; Bachelor's Club, Dublin; Ulster Club, Belfast
a Malcolm, James, Lurgan
Manchester, Duke of, Tandragee Castle, Tandragee
Shelton, Ralph Bond, The Argory
a Synnot, Mark Seton, Ballymoyer, Newtownhamilton
Waring, Colonel Thomas, M.P. for South Down, Waringstown House, Waringstown
a Wilson, Joseph, Lissidian; Westbury, Stillorgan, County Dublin; Clonmore and Sackville Street, Dublin
County Court Judge and Chairman of Quarter Sessions - W. H. Kisbey, Q.C., 22 Longford Terrace, Monkstown, Co. Dublin


Acheson, Joseph, Church Place, Portadown
Adams, Wm., Brackragh House, Portadown
Adamson, J. G., High Street, Lurgan
Alexander, Captain Granville, Forkhill House, Forkhill
Alexander, Lieut.-Colonel W. J., Acton House, Poyntzpass
Anderson, Joseph, Winter Terrace, Armagh
a Armstrong, H. B. W., Killylea House, Armagh
Armstrong, Thomas, Eden Hall, Portadown
Atkinson, J., Summer Island, Loughgall
a Atkinson, Joseph, D.L.,  Crow Hill, Loughgall
Babington, Hume, Ballinahone, Armagh
Barcroft, John, Badeer House, Armagh
Barcroft, Thomas E., Dundrum House, Tannagh, Lurgan
Bell, Samuel A., Bellevue, Lurgan
Beresford, G. De La Poer, Armagh
Best, W. J., The Mall, Armagh
Biggar, J. J. E., Falmore Hall, Dundalk
a Bond, E. S. MacG., The Argory, Moy
Bowen, George E., Portaferry
Boyle, Hugh, Charlemont Place, Armagh
Bradford, Samuel, Carnbegs, Dundalk
Brownlow, Claude, Manor House, Lurgan
Brush, Richard C., 9 Howard Street, Dungannon
Burke, Matthew, Middletown, Co. Armagh
Byers, Samuel, Moban, near Markethill
Cameron, Alan, Divisional Magistrate, Armagh
Carrick, G. R., 48 High Street, Lurgan
a Carville, Patrick George, London
a Charlemont, Earl of, Roxborough Castle, Moy
Clarke, Robert, Charlemont, Moy
a Close, Maxwell C., Drumbanagher Castle, Poyntzpass
Collen, John, Killicorman House, Portadown
Conpton, John, Richmond Terrace, Armagh (Compton)
a Cope, J. A. M., Drummilly, Loughgall
Cross, W. P., Dartan, Killylea
Davies, Wm., Bessbrook
Dobbin, Lieut.-Colonel, Geo. Miller, Armagh
Douglas, John, Mountain Lodge, Keady
Douglas, St. John Thomas Blacker, Tullahniel, Ballylongford, Elm Park, Killylea
Edwards, Geo. Archer, Prospect House, Armagh
Ensor, Charles, Ardress, Loughgall
Erskine, James F., Newry
Fforde, J., Raughlan, Lurgan
Fulton, John, Christholm, Portadown
Garland, Richard, Whitecross
Gillespie, Robert, Armagh
Goodlatte, A. Richardson, Salem Lodge, Moy
Gray, Henry Gordon, Millvale House, Newry
Gray, Joseph Henry, Maytane House, Glenanne
Grey, George, Glenanne, Markethill
Greer, George, Woodville, Lurgan
a Hall, Major Wm. James, Narrow-water Castle, Warrenpoint
Hanratty, James, Crossmaglen
Harpur, Robert, Divernagh House, Newry
Henry, J. Q., Newry, Mourne Abbey, Kilkeel
Hillock, Henry, Armagh
Hobson, Wm. C., Armagh
Horner, F., Strathmore, Rostrevor
Hughes, John, Keady
Irwin, Captain Wm. A., Carnagh House, Castleblayney
Johnston, James, Carrickbreda, Forkhill
Johnston, John, Ball's Mill, Crossmaglen
Johnston, John, Lurgan
Kaye, Sir Wm. B., Q.C., Great Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin and Armagh
Kelly, Peter James, Heath Hall, Newry
Kidd, Joseph, English Street, Armagh
a Kilmorey, Earl of, M.A., Mourne Park, Rostrevor
Lavery, Philip, M.D., English Street, Armagh
Leeper, Wm. Waugh, Loughgall
Liddell, Wm., Banogue House, Lurgan
Lochrane, F., 36 College Green, Dublin
MacMahon, James, Bellevue, Newry
Mathers, Robert, Lurgan
Meade, Francis, Q.C., 22 Mountjoy Square, Dublin
Moorehead, Edward, Armagh
Murphy, Edmund, St. Patrick's, Dunfanaghy; Ulster Club, Belfast
Murphy, Joseph, Lurgan
McBride, S. Wilson, Lurgan
McClure, Sir T., Bart., D.L., Belmont, Belfast
McCrum, R. G., Milford, Armagh
McDonnell, John, Crossmaglen
McGeough, R. J., Silverbridge House, Plumbridge
McGlynn, Bernard, Lurgan
McKean, William, Millmount, Keady
McMaster, H. D., Dunbarton, Gilford
Orr, James, Cranagill, Loughgall
O'Brien, C. W., Parkview, Tandragee
O'Hagan, John James, Newry
Quinn, John, T.C., Tower Hill, Newry
Quinn, Peter, The Agency, Newry
Reilly, John Temple, Scarva House, Loughbrickland
Shelton, Kalph Bond, Captain, The Argory, Moy (Ralph)
Shillington, Averell, Portadown
a Simpson, Col. Thos., Ballyards House, Armagh
Simpson, Major Thomas, Madden, Keady
Small, Alexander, Markethill
Small, Thomas, The Hermitage, Keady
Stanley, Charles, Roughan Park, Newmills, Dungannon
Stewart, Wm., Allen Place, Portadown
Stronge, John Calvert, Sir, Bart., Tynan Abbey, Tyrone, and Hockley Lodge, Armagh
Stronge, James Henry, Hockley Lodge, Armagh
a Synnot, Mark S., D.L., Ballymoyer, Newtownhamilton
Synnot, Parker George, Lurgana, White Cross
Tenison, Major William Cross O'Brien, Portnelligan, Tynan
Thomson, Henry, Altnaveigh House, Newry
Todd, John Kidd, Newry
Wade, James, Staff Surgeon, R.N., Middleton, Tynan
Wann, James Christopher, Markethill
Watson, Francis, Lakeview, Lurgan
White, T. H., Orangehill House, Tandragee
Wilson, Abraham, Newry

Resident Magistrates - Caddell, Colonel, Newry - Gibson, Thomas D., Portadown - Townsend, Norman L, Armagh

County Officers

Clerk of the Crown and Peace - George G. Tyrell (1876-78), Crown Office, Armagh; 30 Upper Pembroke Street, Dublin
Assistant - Hugh Porter
Registrar, Civil Bill Court - A. F. Moffett, 24 South Frederick Street, Dublin
Crown Solicitor - John Kilkelly (1867), 46 Upper Mount Street, Dublin
Sessional Crown Solicitor - S. Holmes Monroe, 30 Bachelor's Walk, Dublin and Armagh
Treasurer - Acheson St. George, A.M. (1854), Woodpark, Tynan
Secretary to the Grand Jury -
County Surveyor - R. H. Dornan, Armagh
Assistant Surveyors - Messrs. James Atkinson, John Henderson, Samuel Greer, James Anderson, Edwin Anderson, and G. S. Reid
Sub-Sheriff - Wm. H. D. Moore, Lurgan
Sheriff's Returning Officer - Henry J. Harris, 20 bachelor's Walk, Dublin
Coroners - Thomas George Peel, Armagh; Wm. H. Atkinson, Portadown; John F. small, Newry
Inspectors of National Schools - John D. Rodgers, A.M., Armagh - C. F. Dargan, Portadown

Her Majesty's Prison
(The Visiting Committee meets second Saturday each month)

Atkinson, Joseph, D.L.; Stronge, Sir John Calvert, Bart.; Manchester, Duke of; Beresford, George De La Poer; McCrum, Robert, J.P.; Blucher, St. John, J.P.; Synnot, Mark S., J.P., D.L.
Church of Ireland Chaplain - Rev. Robert Thacker, A.B.
Presbyterian Chaplain - Rev. Jackson Smyth, D.D.
Roman Catholic Chaplain - Rev. Hugh McOscar
Surgeon - Joseph M. Palmer, F.R.C.S.I.
Matron - Miss Mary Boland
Governor - Capt. J. A. Chippendall

County Lunatic Asylum
Board of Governors
(Meets second Monday in each month)

Charlemont, Right Hon. Earl of, K.P.
His Grace The Lord Primate
Lurgan, Right Hon. Lord, K.P.
Logue, Most Rev. Archbishop
Armstrong, H. B., D.L.
Beresford, George D. La Poer
Best, T. J.
Boyle, Hugh, J.P.
Carpler, Joseph, J.P.
Chadwick, Rev. Samuel, D.D.
Close, M. C., D.L.
Dobbin, Colonel G. M., J.P.
Douglas, St. J. Blacker
Elliott, Rev. John
Gillespie, Robert
Hillock, Henry
Lavery, P., M.D., J.P.
Lonsdale, J., J.P.
Reeves, Right Rev., D.D., Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore
Richardson, John G.
Smyth, James Henry, J.P.
Shillington, Thomas
Simpson, William
Templer, R. B., J.P.
Resident Medical Superintendent - William Graham, M.D.
Visiting Physician - Joseph Palmer, F.R.C.S.I.
Matron - Mrs. Eliza Bright
Clerk and Store Keeper - James A. Allen

County Infirmary

Treasurer - James Gardner
Surgeon - J. Mansergh Palmer, F.R.C.S.I.
Apothecary, Registrar and Medical Assistant - H. Fraser
Secretary - Samuel Gardner

Poor Law Unions
The county is comprised in two Unions - Armagh and Lurgan


     Princess Victoria's Royal Irish Fusiliers (87) - Scarlet, Facings, French Grey, 3rd Batt.
Hon. Colonel - Hon. Edward Brownlow, late Captain Scots Fusilier Guards
Lieutenant Colonel - Thomas Simpson (hon.)
Major - Cuming, R.
Captains - J. R. Jamison, H. Holden, A. B. K. Kaye, W. C. Fitzgerald, F. H. Murray, P. H. Atkin
Lieutenants - E. C. Mayne, W. H. Thead, J. R. Lovell, C. F. W. Lilly, G. A. Mathews, J. J. Lidwell, T. Bibens Allen
Adjutant - C. R. Rogers
Quartermaster - N. J. Drewin
Medical Officer - Philip Lavery

Royal Irish Constabulary

County Inspector - George H. Walker Dobbyn, Armagh
     District-Inspectors' Stations :-
Armagh - Robert F. Starkie
Newry - William M. Davies
Lurgan - William Bigley
Portadown - James Bonis

Baronial High Constables

Armagh - John Atkinson, Tandragee
Fews, Lower - Thomas Reid, Armagh
Fews, Upper - John King, Whitecross
O'Neiland, East - Leonard Calvert, Lurganagh, Gluberis
O'Neiland, West - Thomas W. Sinclair, Loughgall
Orior, Lower - William B. Bennett, Poyntzpass
Orior, Upper - James Best, Newry
Tureny - William Gamble, Tynan

County of Cavan

          Cavan, an inland County in Ulster Province. Boundaries - N., Fermanagh and Monaghan; E., Monaghan and Meath; S., Meath, Westmeath and Longford; W., Longford and Leitrim. Greatest length, S.E. and N.W., 51 miles; greatest breadth, N. & S., 28 miles; comprising an area of 746 square miles, or 477,399 acres; of which 148,230 are under tillage, 246,441 in pastures, 5,479 in plantations, 56,352 waste, bog, mountains, &c., and 20,807 under water. The surface is undulating, with mountainous ranges in the N. There are indications of coal, iron, copper and lead, and numerous mineral springs, of which that at Swanlinbar is the most celebrated. The soil is light and poor, except along the courses of the rivers. Lakes are numerous, many highly picturesque. The occupations are chiefly agricultural. The linen trade is carried on here extensively, and there are still many bleach greens. The County is divided into 8 baronies, 36 parishes and 1,896 townlands, with a population in 1881 of 129,476 or 24,910 families, inhabiting 24,345 houses, also 1,261 uninhabited. It is chiefly in Kilmore diocese. The principal town is Cavan, the county town, population in 1881, 3,050. The county returns two members to Parliament; registered electors - East Division, 9,338; West Division, 11,484, with 21 polling districts. The Assizes are held at Cavan, and Quarter Sessions at Bailieborough, Ballyconnell, Cavan and Cootehill. There are 18 Petty Sessions districts in the county. The Poor Law Unions of Cavan and Bailieborough are wholly within the county, Bawnboy Union partly un Cavan and Leitrim, and Cootehill Union partly in Cavan and Monaghan. The Constabulary force of the county consists of 6 officers and 248 men. The County is within the Dublin or Northern Military District, and forms part of No. 65 sub-district, in conjunction with the Counties Armagh, Lough and Monaghan. The brigade depot is at Armagh. There are barracks in Cavan and Belturbet.

Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum
The Right Hon. the Earl of Lanesborough (1876), Lanesborough Lodge, Belturbet; 8 Great Stanhope Street, London W.; Swithland Hall, Loughborough; Carlton, Marlborough, and White's Clubs, London, S.W.; Kildare Street Club, Dublin.

High Sheriff 1890 - Mr. Fane Vernon, Erne Hill, Belturbet

Members of Parliament
East Division - Thomas O'Hanlon (1886), Derry
West Division - Vesey Knox (1890)

Deputy Lieutenants
Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates marked thus (a) have served the office of High Sheriff for this County.

a Beresford, George de la Poer, M.P. for Armagh City (1875), Awbawn, Killeshandra, and Castledillon, Armagh
Burrowes, Robert J., Stradone House, Stradone, late Captain of 1st Dragoon Guards
a Butler, Hon. H. Cavendish, Innisrath, Lisnaskea; Junior Carlton Club, London, S.W.; Kildare Street Club, London
a Clements, Lieutenant Colonel Henry Theo., Ashfield, Cootehill; Sackville Street Club, Dublin; and Carlton Club, London
a Clements, Theophilus Henry, (late Capt. Leitrim Militia), Rackenny, Tullyvin; Sackville Street Club, Dublin
Dease, Gerald, Turbotstown Coole, Co. Westmeath
a Headfort, Lieutenant Colonel, the Marquis of (J.P. for 

Westmoreland; was M.P. for Westmoreland, 1854-1870), The Lodge, Virginia; Headford House, Kells, Co. Meath; 46 Belgrave Square, London; Carlton Club, London; S.W.; Sackville Street, and Kildare Street Clubs, Dublin
a Maxwell, Captain Somerset Henry, Arley Cottage, Mountnugent
Quinn, Lord George, Quinsborough, Sixmilebridge; Travellers' Club, London, S.W.; 15 Belgrave Square, London, S.W.
a Saunderson, Colonel Edward James, Cavan Militia (M.P. for North Division, Armagh, 1886), Castle Saunderson, Belturbet; Brook's Club, London, S.W.
Saunderson, Samuel, Clover Hill, Belturbet

County Court Judge and Chairman of Quarter Sessions
George Waters, Esq., Q.C., 35 Mountjoy Square, Dudlin (Dublin)


a Adams, Benjamin S., Shinan House, Shercock
Adams, Wm., Drumelton House, Cootehill
Benison, John Joseph, Ballyconnell
a Beresford, G. de la Poer, D.L., Awbawn, Killeshandra; Casteldillon, Armagh
Boylan, Charles, Cullow, Kilnaleck
Boyle, Casewell James, Tullyquin House, Cootehill
Bracken, James, Toam House, Blacklion
Bracken, Wm. Copeland, The Hill, Blacklion
Browne, Henry, Cootehill
Buchanan, Lewis, M.B., Broad Road, Arva
Burrowes, Robert James, Stradone House, Stradone, Cavan
Burrowes, Thomas C., Fortland, Mount Nugent
Butler, Hon. Henry Cavendish, Innisrath, Lisnaskea, Kildare Street Club, Dublin
Carney, Philip, Cootehill
Carson, William, Corrard House, Dowra
Caulfield, Captain John, Coachford, Co. Cork
Chambers, Thomas, Tandragee House, Bailieborough
Clement, Lieutenant Colonel, D.L., Killadoon
a Clements, Theo. H., Rackenny, Tullyvin
Crawford, D. H., Croghan House, Celbridge, Killyshandra
Cristal, John, Cootehill
a Cumming, Major R. J., Crover, Mount Nugent
De Burgh, Richd. B., Woodville, Dring, Granard
Dease, Gerald, D.L., Turbotstown, Coole
Dease, Edmund, jun., Turbotstown, Coole, Co. Westmeath; and Finea, Co. Cavan
Dickson, Robert S., Bailieborough; and 40 Upper Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin
Ellis, Arthur, Tankerville, Balbriggan; and 7 Great Denmark Street, Dublin
Enniskillen, Right Hon. the Earl of Florencecourt, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh
Farrell, John Arthur, Moynalty, Kells; Kildare Street Club, Dublin; Arthur's Club, London
a Fay, James Henry, Faybrook House, Cootehill
a Fay, John, Moynehall, Cavan
Fegan, John, Main Street, Cavan
Finlay, David, Brackley House, Bawnboy
Fitzherbert, Henry Corry, Shantonagh, Castleblayney
Fitzpatrick, Rev. Fredk., B.A., T.C.D., Cloone, Mohill, Co. Leitrim
Gannow, John, Cavan
Garrett, J. H. Moore, Castlewellan, Co. Down
Gibbons, John Thomas, Carrickmacross
Gibson, Robert, Bailieborough
Godley, Archibald, Killygar, Belturbet
Gormanstown, Right Hon. Viscount, a Commissioner of National Education, Gormanstown Castle, Balbriggan; Whitworth, Co. Meath; Kildare Street Club, Dublin
Gosselin, Captain Nicholas
Hague, Wm. R., Brookvale, Cavan
Hague, Wm., Killinacott House, Ballyjamesduff
Hamill, Arthur John, Cootehill; Pembroke House, 51 Pembroke Road, Dublin
Hamilton, Claud Cole, Kingsfort, Moynalty, Co. Meath
Hamilton, W. J., Drumanway, Killeshandra
Harland, Sir E. J., Bart, M.P., Glenfarne Hall, Enniskillen
Headford, Lieutenant Colonel, The Marquis of, The Lodge, Virginia
Horan, Patrick, Cootehill

Humphrys, Armytage E., Lissagoan House, Ballyhaise
Humphreys, Wm., Ballyhaise House, Cavan
Johnston, Robert Henry, Carville House, Bawnboy
Johnston, J. W., Belturbet
Kane, Patrick, Ballyconnell
Ker, Andrew A. M., Newbliss House, Newbliss; Sackville Street Club, Dublin
Knipe, Thomas F., Belturbet
a Leslie, Captain Wm. Moutray, Canningstown Castle, Bailieborough
Leslie, Cecil Edward, St. Laurence, Corrovan, Drung
Lynch, Joseph Fitzgerald, Roebuck House, Mount Nugent
Lynch, R. D., Virginia
Lyndon, George, The Rocks, Crossdoney
Markey, Thomas, Cootehill
a Maxwell, Somerset Henry, Arley Cottage, Mount Nugent
Meikle, Thomas, Belleville House, Ballinagh
Moorehead, T. R. H., M.D., Erigle, Cootehill
Morris, M. H. F., Spiddal
Morrow, John, Rockville, Ballyjamesduff
Mortimer, David Atkinson, Lakeview, Mullagh
Murphy, Peter, Ballyjamesduff
Murray, William, Monaghan
McCann, James, Killeshandra
McManus, Eugene, Lakeview Gowna, Cavan
McManus, John, jun., Gurteen House, Edgeworthstown
Nixon, John, Killyglasson House, Blacklion
Nixon, Phibbs, Thornhill, Blacklion
Nixon, William, Thornhill, Gortahill, Enniskillen
Nugent, Geo., Greenville, Ardlogher
Nugent, Oliver S., Farrers Connell, Mount Nugent
Nugent, Richard, National Club, London, S.W.
O'Brien, Robert F., Rockfield, Killeshandra
O'Connor, Matthew R. W., Baltrasna, Oldcastle
a Pratt, Mervyn, D.L., Cabra Castle, Kingscourt
Reilly, John, Market Square, Cavan
Roe, Capt. George N., Ballyconnell House, Ballyconnell
Ruxton, William, D.L., Ardee House, Ardee
Ryan, R., M.D., Bailieborough
a Sankey, Alex W., Fort Frederick, Virginia
Saunderson, James, Cloverhill, Belturbet
a Saunderson, Captain Llewellyn T. B., Drumkeen House, Cavan
Sclater, Edward, B.A., Caddagh House, Navan
Simpson, Hugh Kidd, The Vale, Bailieborough
Smith, Bernard, Ballyjamesduff
Smith, Philip, Artina Cottage, and Trllycoe, Cootehill
Smith, Philip, Kevit Castle, Crossdoney
Stokes, Captain, Divisional Commissioner, res., Mullingar
a Storey, James, M.A., (Cantab), Errington, Kilskerry, Ballinamallard
Synge, Edward, Kingscourt, Co. Cavan
Tatlow, John G., Farnham Street, Cavan
Tener, Ed. Shaw, Kilnahard, Mount Nugent
Thompson, William Ross, Mount Nugent
Tisdall, H. Chichester, Castle Shane, Monaghan
Townley, Major Dawson, Tullyvin House, Tullyvin
Trench, Arthur, Dromkeen House, Cavan
Turville, Sir F. F., Lisgar House, Bailieborough
Venables, Rev. E. B. White, Redhills
Vernon, Fane, Erne Hill, Belturbet
Wrench, Frederick, Killacoona, Ballybrack, Co. Dublin
Resident Magistrates
(Appointed under 6 Wm. IV., cap. 13.)

Crotty, Richard D., Virginia
Harper, A. M., Killeshandra

County Officers

Clerk of Crown and Peace - Hugh M. Moore, Bingfield, Crossdoney
Crown Solicitor - John D. Garde (1865), Talbot Street, Dublin
Sessional Crown Solicitor - Hugh P. Kennedy, 4, 5 Stock Exchange, Anglesea Street, Dublin
Treasurer - The Provincial Bank, Cavan
Secretary to Grand Jury - John G. Tatlow, J.P. (1860), Cavan
Assistant Surveyors - Thomas Matthews, George Frazer, James Coleman, and George Stewart
Sub-Sheriff - John Maxwell James Townley, 14 Westmoreland Street, Dublin
Sheriff's Returning Officer - John M. Ross Todd, 14 Westmoreland Street, Dublin
Inspectors of National Schools - Godfrey Bateman, Bailieborough; F. Eardley, Cavan
District Registrar (Cavan) - Saml. Jones, B.A., Westley Street, Cavan
Coroners - Patrick D. Lynch, Virginia; Francis McKenna, Cavan; James McGovern, Bawnboy
Head Stamp Distributor for County - Sinclair Gunning, Enniskillen

Baronial High Constables

Castlerahan - Thomas Fagan, Tullylough, Cavan
Clonkee - Thomas Young, Gartneane, Bailieborough
Clonmahen - Thomas Knott, Dereskitt, Killeshandra
Loughtee Upper - Major E. T. Lindsay, Drumard, Cavan
Loughtee Lower - James Fegan, Swellan, Cavan
Tullygarvey - Thomas Morrow, Cortober House, Cootehill
Tullyhaw - George Veitch, Cormeen, Ballyconnell
Tullyhunco - Robert Davis, Laheen, Killeshandra

District Lunatic Asylum
(See Co. Monaghan)

Her Majesty's Prison - Cavan
(Closed 1886)

County Infirmary - Cavan

Surgeon - A. L. Mease, M.B., L.R.C.S.I.
Secretary & Treasurer - Rev. W. H. Hutchinson, LL.D.
Matron - Miss Ladley

Poor Law Unions - The County is comprised in four Unions - Bailieborough, Bawnboy, Cavan and Cootehill


     Princess Victoria's Fourth Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers
Hon. Col. - Marquis of Headford
Lieut. Colonel - G. R. Dease
Major - E. J. Saunderson
Captains - R. S. Tuite, Sir R. A. Hodson, Bart., E. J. C. Dease, W. H. Malcolmson, and E. J. Mayor
Lieutenants - E. H. Devers, E. P. Smith, L. F. Carter, C. G. Rawling, C. F. Moore, C. C. Keenan, A. Amey, F. M. Townley, E. Mayor, Instructor of Musketry
Adjutant - G. O. Smith