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1924 Belfast Street Directory

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1924 Index

PTIndex   AB1   B2   C1   C2   D   EFG   HI   K   L1   L2   M   N   OP   RSTUW

Maghera   Magherafelt   Maguiresbridge   Markethill   Moira   Moneymore
Coagh (Moneymore)   Mosside   Moy & Charlemont   Moyallon   Muckamore


          Maghera, which is the most progressive market town in South Derry, stands in the townlands of Craigadeck, Craigmore, Largantogher, Moneymore, and Tannymullan, in the District Electoral Area of Maghera. It consists of one long and spacious street, from which others branch off, and contains several fine buildings. The market days are Tuesdays and Fridays - the former for pork, butter, eggs, hay, straw, fowl, and farm produce, and the latter for corn and grass-seed. A horse and cattle fair is held on the last Tuesday of each month. A successful flax market has been established, and is held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month during the season. A market for the sale of tow was established in 1900, and has proved a great boon to flax growers. The town is improving materially both as regards size and importance. An up to date factory has been erected at the foot of Hall Street for the manufacture of modern embroidery on the Swiss principle. It marked a new era in the industrial history of the town, giving employment to about 100 workers. The lighting of the town is by electricity. The population is now considerably over 1000

Post Office, Hall Street - Postmaster, Sloan Bolton; Telegraphist, Miss Rodgers and Miss Nelson; assistant. Rural letter carriers, G. Stockman, James Gallagher, T. Hazlett, John Gallagher, J. Mason, J. Campbell
Petty Sessions are held second Saturday of each month.  Magistrates - Col. J. Jackson Clark, H.M.L.; Major Carleton, Messrs. A. W. Clark, T. Graham, J. McEldowney, R. Johnston, J. E. McNeill, F. O'Neill, R. Bolton, G. Mullan, Mrs. J. F. O'Neill, B.A., E. J. Hassan, H. L. Clark.  James A. Harbison, clerk of Petty Sessions
Stamp Office - Sloan Bolton, distributor
Commissioner for Taking Affidavits - R. Crawford
Registrar for Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. Wm. McGowan
County Councillor - J. E. O'Neill, J.P., Maghera
Dispensary Medical Officer - Dr. McGowan
Derry Central Railway - J. Bailey, station master
Market Committee - J. E. O'Neill, hon. sec.
Assistant Surveyor - P. McNulty


Church of Ireland - Rev. A. H. Martin.  Presbyterian Church - Rev. Dr. Marehall (Marshall?).  Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Felix O'Neill, C.C.; Rev. H. Boyle, C.C.; Very Rev. B. O'Kane, D.D., Adm.


Maghera National Schools - T. Doherty and Miss Kearney, principals; Miss Boyle and Miss Doherty, assistant teachers. Hall Street National Schools - J. Savage, male; Miss Martin, assistant.  Church of Ireland N.S. - G. McCrossan, teacher; Miss McLaughlin, assistant.  Tirkane N.S. - M. Mellon and Miss Trollan, teachers.  Fallagloon National School - James Quigley, teacher.  Biagh National School - S. Shier and Mrs. Shier, principal and assistant
Bank - Ulster Bank Limited - Wm. Steele, manager; A. Knox, cashier; J. T. Scott, clerk. Northern Banking Co. - Ralph Wilmond, manager; P. O'Leary, clerk.
Insurance Agents - James E. O'Neill, J.P., and W. Steele
Shipping Agents - J. E. O'Neill, J.P.
Inland Revenue Station - W. Blackstone, officer



Agnew, P. J., solicitor
Bradley, Alexander, spirit merchant and auctioneer
Bradley, Alex., shoemaker
Bradley, James, spirit dealer, Farmers' Inn
Bradley, James, shoe maker
Brannin, A., grocer
Burns, Jos., draper
Burns, Miss, dress maker
Campbell, John, marine store
Campbell, John, shoe maker
Campbell, Mrs. Mary
Canning, W. J., pork buyer, &c.
Connor, David, carpenter
Connor, Margaret
Costello, A., shoe maker
Crawford & Co., grocers and hardware merchants
Crawford, Robert, auctioneer
Crilley, Barkley, carter
Crilly, Bernard, grocer's assistant
Cushnahan, Daniel, spirit merchant
Cuskern, The Misses, dress makers and shirt agents
Devlin, Bernard, cooper and old clothes dealer
Devlin, Jno., jun., cooper
Fields, Richard, caretaker
Fowler, Wm., carpenter
Gallagher, Mrs., grocer
Gallagher, Wm., dealer
Gallinagh, John, grocer's assistant
Gallinagh, Mrs., millinery and fancy goods
Graham, Thos., grocer
Hamilton, M., cycle agent and watch maker
Hastings, Laurence, solicitor
Havern, Patrick, cycle agent, &c.
Havern, Wm., blacksmith
Hazlett, John L., draper
Hazlett, The Misses, dress makers
Houston, R., cycle agent
Hyndman, David, grocer, hardware merchant
Johnston, Miss, delph warehouse, &c.
Kane, H., publican
Keenan, Mrs., lodging house keeper
Kennedy, Wm., tailor
Lytle, The Misses, dressmakers
Martin, John, draper
Martin, John, saddler
Martin, Norman, druggist's assistant
Millar, John, carpenter and steam saw mill owner
Mitchell, J., poor rate collector and auctioneer
Moran, Mrs., stationer and fancy goods
Moran, Wm., plumber
Morton, Mrs. W. J.
McDonald,. Samuel, grocer and egg merchant
McElwee, Robert, draper
McGowan, Wm., M.D.
McIldowney, Miss, dress maker and milliner
McKee, Bros., butchers
McKeefry, Alex., wine and spirit merchant
McKeefry, Ellen, wine and spirit merchant
McKenna, Berd., wine and spirit merchant
McKenna, Charles, porter
McKenna, Daniel, shoe maker
McKena, David, grocer's assistant
McKenna, D., lodging house
McKenna, Francis, boarding house
McKenna, John, dealer
McKenna, Michael, painter
McKenna, P., spirit merchant
McKenna, Thos., boot and shoe shop
McKenne, Mrs. A., publican
McKinney, John, grocer
McKinney, J. C, grocer and general merchant; agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
McLoughlin, Archibald, dealer
McMaster, Danl., spirit merchant
McMaster, John, publican
McPeak, William, tailor
O'Hara, Charles, publican, market proprietor and auctioneer
O'Kane, Bernard, draper
O'Neill, James E., woollen draper, cycle and commission agent
O'Neill & Co., wholesale and retail grocers, druggists and general merchants
Picken, Robert, boot manufacturer and saddler
Reilly, Patrick, veterinary surgeon
Scott, A., grocer and hardware merchant
Scullion, Stephen, grocer's assistant
Sloss, Robt., draper
Smyth, Ernest, carpenter
Steele, William, Bank House
Stockman, Thos., grocer
Thompson & McCutcheon, grocers and hardware merchants
Tohill, red, butcher
Tohill, John, butcher
Walsh, Mary, hotel keeper
Walshe, John, druggist and hardware merchant
Wilson, Mrs., delph and china warehouse
Wilson, R., grocer and draper


Averall, Robert J.
Hunter, John, carpenter
Winton, Samuel
Woods, F., pedlar


Brownlow, Hugh, labourer


Bradley, Bernard, blacksmith
Bradley, H. J., law clerk and Press correspondent
Campbell, John, barber
Campbell, R., lodging house
Convery, James, blacksmith
Convery, Miss, grocer
Conway, John, blacksmith
Hamilton, James, labourer
Hazlett, Mrs., draper
Henry, M., boot maker
Hutchinson, Jas., mill owner
McBride, Owen, carter
McCloskey, Mrs. M. J., music teacher
McDonald, Charles, tailor
McGinty, Philip, C.B.O., and summons server
McKenna, Michael, painter
McLaughlin, James, porter
McNicholl, James, Commercial Hotel
O'Neill, Patrick, egg and general dealer
Roper & Gage, solicitors
Stockman, E., Fairview Cottage
Suttleham, Laurence, agent
Taylor, George, tailor


Anderson, Miss, The Cottage
Bradley, Jas., shoemaker
Bradley, The Misses, refreshment rooms and Boarding house
Crockett, James, car driver
Houston, Miss, music teacher
Houston, Thos., retired grocer
Kearney, Miss M., The Cottage
Loan, James, shoe maker
McNamee, John, dealer
Nelson, M. J.
O'Neill, James, mason and farmer
O'Neill, Joseph, carpenter
O'Neill, The Misses, dress makers and fancy goods


Bolton, Robert, grocer and egg dealer
Close, Bernard, Tamnymullan
Kelly, James, bill poster
Kelly, John, labourer
Kelso, Dr.
O'Neill, William, dealer


Anderson, Samuel, Folgotravey
Bradley, Jos., road contractor, Fallagloon
Carleton, Major P., Mullagh House
Clarke, Colonel J. J., Largantogher
Clark, A. W., Upperlands
Clark, H. J., Upperlands
Convery, Mrs., Killelagh Lodge
Conway, James, grocer, &c., Fallagloon
Diamond, Neal, Ballyrock
Dunlop, James, Tullyherron
Glass, Matthew, Brackagh House
Groogan Bros., road contractors
Hagan, James, carter
Henry, Patrick, Craigmore
Higgins, John, Ballyrock Corn and Flax Scutch Mills
Johnston, Robt., J.P., Barley Hill
Kearney, Miss, Woodbine Cottage
Kerr, Daniel, cattle dealer, Ballyrahone
Lagan, Mrs. P., grocer, Lisnamuck P.O.
Morrison, John, Craigmore
McCay, Charles, flax scutching mills
McCloskey, Patk., Rockfield Flax Mills
McCloy, Danl., Tamnymullan
McCloy, Miss T., M.S., Tamnymullan House
McIntyre, Wm., Biagh
McKenna, Mrs., Silverhill
McNamee, Joseph, Tamnymullan
O'Loughlin, Daniel, Gortinure
O'Kane, Francis, Gortinure House
Patterson, Thomas, Biagh
Paul, William, Mullagh
Phillips, Wm., Ballyrahone
Phillips, W. J., Mullagh
Shiels, Robert, Moneymore
Shiels, Samuel, Mullough
Shiels, Thomas, Knocknakeith
Sweetnam, Rev. T., The Rectory, Gortinure
Wilson, Miss, embroidery agent, Crew


          Is a flourishing market town in the barony of Loughinshulin in County of Londonderry, 35 miles N.N.W. from Belfast, and 114 miles from Dublin, and 38 miles from Londonderry. The town, which consists of a square, from which the principal streets branch, was formerly the property of the Salters' Company, but on the company selling out their estate under the Land Purchase Act the inhabitants bought out their houses. The Parish Church (St. Smithin's) is a fine edifice. The ground for erecting this church as well as the other churches - First and Second Presbyterian, and the Roman Catholic Chapel - was given gratuitously by the Salters' Company. The Intermediate School, known as "Rainey's Foundation." was rebuilt a few years ago by the Salters' Company, and is now under Governors appointed by the Educational Endowments Commission.  Markets are held every Thursday and fairs every second and last Thursday of each month. The population in 1911 was 1,233

Post Office, Rainey Street - Mrs. McMaster, postmistress. Town postman - I. Stanley. Rural postmen - J. McKenna, G. Gilmore, Rchd. Paul, J. McKergan, Samuel Purvis. Telegraph messenger - J. Rankin
Stamp Office, Rainey Street - Mrs. McMaster, Distributor
Petty Sessions held every second and last Wednesday of the month - Clerk, J. A. Harbison, Magherafelt
Courthouse - Mrs. Monteith, keeper
Excise Office - S. McCulley, Magherafelt
Midland Railway, Derry Central, and Draperstown Railways - B. Boyle, stationmaster; A. Morrison, ticket clerk; T. Bell, goods clerk; permanent way inspector, C. H. Simpson
Marriage Registry Office - W. H. Maitland, registrar; J. Taylor, deputy registrar
Royal Irish Constabulary - Capt. McKinley, district inspector; head constable, A. Stratford
Coroner - Wm. McIvor, M.D., Moneymore
Commissioners for taking Affidavits - J. A. Harbison, C.P.S., and W. Pollock, solicitor's assistant
Gas Company - J. Roschisto, resident manager
Markets - Grain, Monday; general market, Thursday - W. J. McLernon, manager and weighmaster


Church of Ireland - Rev. James Bloomer, B.A., rector
Presbyterian Churches - First - Rev. George Gillespie, M.A.  Second - Rev. F. Wilson
Methodist Church - Rev. J. Johnston and Rev. J. Nelson
Roman Catholic Chapel - Very Rev. Canon Quinn, P.P.; Rev. P. J. Moore and Rev. J. Downey, curates


Banks - Belfast Banking Co. - M. B. Redmond, manager; Northern Banking Co. - W. G. Kerr, manager.  Ulster Bank - F. Wright, manager. National Bank - J. Collins, manager
Rainey's Endowed School - J. A. Calvin, B.A., LL.B., principal; Miss McKay, H. McGuffin, Miss Adair, H. Black, and S. S. Pierce, B.A., assistants, assistants
Church Street N.S. - Teachers, Miss Barber and Miss Maitland
King Street (male) - E. Carvill, teacher; P. McAvinchey, assistant; do. (female), taught by nuns of convent
Market Street (male and female) - John Stewart, teacher
Magherafelt Technical School - R. Elliott, J.P., chairman; W. D. Cousins, principal and secretary
School Attendance Committee - Louis Smyth, Rev. W. Mercer (chairman), Rev. A.P. Chamberlain, Rev. A. T. Rentoul, Rev. Dr. O'Kane, P.P.; Fev. (Rev.) F. Dee, Charles O'Hara, J.P., Robt. Cousley, Thos. Graham, J.P..  Secretary, W. H. Maitland, 11 Garden Street, Magherafelt.  School Attendance officers - F. McGurk, Gulladuff, Knockcloughrim; George Dorrity, Moneysharvin, Maghera
Board of Guardians - Business conducted by Major G. H. Brush, Commissioner, Clerk, J. A. Higgins; assistant clerk, W. H. Maitland; master, J. Taylor; matron, Miss M. J. H. Allen.  Relieving officers, Francis Convery and W. Oliphant; nurse, fever hospital, Arabella Reid; infirmary nurses, M. Tohill (charge nurse), M. Murphy (night nurse), Ellen Quinn.  Porter J. Donnelly
Rural District Council - Clerk, J. A. Higgins; assistant clerk, W. H. Maitland; sub-sanitary officer, Francis Convery.  Collectors - Messrs. Warren Mann and George McDonald


Masonic Lodge No. 211 - Charles Glenn, W.M.; Wilson Gamble, treasurer; S. S. Badger, secretary
Orange Institution - O'Hara Purple Guards L.O.L. No. 310 - Joseph Picken, W.M.; S. B. Caldwell, secretary; William Hutchinson, treasurer
The Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation Limited, London and Lancashire Fire and Gresham Life Assurance Co. - Brice Galway & Sons and W. H. Maitland, agents



Bloomer, Rev. J., B.A., The Rectory
Brown, James, solicitor
Cromie, John, shoe maker
Fullan, P., caretaker Town Hall and letter carrier
Galway, B., & Co., watch makers, jewellers, stationers and newsagents; Agents for the "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Harbison, Jas., clerk petty sessions
Harbison, T. S. J., M.P., solicitor
Hastings, L. R., solicitor
Kerlin, Dr. J. P.
Kerr, W. G., bank manager
Magherafelt Co-operative Society
Mallon, J. A., druggist
Moore, John, flesher
Morrison, Alex., butter and egg merchant
O'Kane, Miss, publican
Porter, S. H., merchant and commissioner for taking Affidavits
Shiels, John, J.P., woollen draper, printer and emigration agent
Strahan, J., manager
Ulster Banking Co., Ltd. - F. Wright, manager
Walsh, Wm., M.R.C.V.S.
Walshe, John, hotel proprietor and posting establishment


Boden, John, J.P., woollen draper
Christie, Robert, printing office
Gage and Roper, solicitors (branch office)
Greer, Wm., watch maker, jeweller, &c.
Harbison, Mrs.
Houston, Wm. K., boot and shoe merchant
Irwin Bros., drapers
Johnston, John, grocer, wine and spirit merchant
Kelly, John, fancy warehouse
Kelly, Miss, wine and spirit merchant
Mackerell, Jas., woollen draper
McCausland, Wm. J., motor and cycle works
McConway, John, carpenter and newsagent
McCullough, George, saddler
McErlane, Joseph, labourer
McGuckin, John, labourer
McGurk, J. & Co., grocers, &c.
McNally, H. J., auctioneer and law clerk
National Bank - Mr. Collins, manager
Picken, Joseph, saddler, boot and shoe merchant
Regan, Mathew, grocer and spirit merchant
Rutledge, John, draper
Smyth, Arthur, woollen draper
Stewart, James C, grocer and provision merchant
Stewart, Miss Minnie
Stewart, William J., solicitor (branch office)
Walls, James, draper


Campbell, Michael, dealer
Chesney, David, grocer
Clements, Sarah
Collins, T., labourer
Crossett, Wm., cycle agent
Devlin, Annie, publican
Donnelly, John
Gallagher, James, dealer
Gillespie, Mrs.
Hagan, John, flesher
Hagan, Patrick, fowl dealer
Kilroe, James, J.P., merchant
Mellon, Susan
Mooney, John, dealer
Moran, Kate
Morrison, Alex., merchant
McCart, Wm. J., farmer and sexton
McGlade, John, labourer
McGlone, Thos., publican
McGrath, Taylor & Co., boot manufacturers
McIvor, Mrs.
McLernon, F. J., grocer
McNabb, Mrs.
McSwiggan, B., confectioner
McSwiggan, M., tea rooms
Orr, John, dealer
Smith, Miss Bridget, publican
Taylor, William, shoe maker
Teany, Charles, labourer
Tohill, John, labourer
Toughill, James, butcher
Toughill, Peter, butcher


Badger, S. S., chemist
Barbour & Co., shirt manufacturers
Belfast Banking Co.'s branch
Brown, John, clothier and boot merchant
Calvin, J., B.A., LL.B., Rainey Endowed School
Crossett, Wm., cycle and motor engineer
Cudden, Hugh, publican
Diamond, John, car driver
Diamond, Thomas, baker
Fleming, David, sweep
Fleming, R., hairdresser, &c.
Gamble, John G., seed, grain, and potato merchant
Gamble, Wilson, J.P., grocer, publican and posting establishment
Gribben, Miss, chemist and druggist
Hagan, Hugh, commission agent
Hagan, T., publican
Higgins, Lawrence, J.P., grocer and hardware merchant
Johnston, J., cycle merchant
Johnston, J. J., merchant
Larkin, T., J.P., auctioneer, publican and commissioner for taking affidavits
Milligan, Joseph, shoe maker
Morgan, Miss Mary, woollen draper
McCleery, Robert, grocer
McCleery, Mrs., draper
McConway, Michael, clothier
McCullough, H., clerk
McGlade, Mrs.
McGuckin, Mrs.
McKee, Mrs., grocer
McLernon, Wm. J., draper and manager of market
McMaster, Mrs., postmistress
McMenamin, Thos. J., publican and posting establishment
McSwiggan, Thomas, shirt cutter
O'Kane, Mrs. Sarah, publican
O'Kane, P., grocer
O'Neill, Denis J., carpenter
O'Neill, J., clothier
O'Neill, Mrs.
Paul, Mrs., laundress
Picken, Joseph, jun., saddler
Redmonl, M. B., bank manager (Redmond)
Richmond, T., merchant
Ritchie. Robert, carpenter
Semple, John, clothier
Semple, Wm., boot merchant
Stewart, David, publican and grocer
Sweeny, Mrs., lodging house
Tohill, Mrs.
Walker, James H.
Walls, Jos., fruiterer
Watson, Wm., tinsmith


Caldwell, Miss.
Caldwell, Mrs.
Caldwell, Samuel B., law clerk
Cowan, Joseph, blacksmith
Doran, W.
Evans, Mrs.
Greer, William, jeweller
Keightley, John, J.P.
Morrison, Mrs.
McKernan, Mrs.
O'Sullivan, Wm., sheriff's officer
Quigley, Wm., car owner
Paul, Richard, postman
Rankin, Alex., plumber
Ritchie, William, photographer


Barclay, Miss
Christie, Robert, printer
Galway, Mrs.
George, John, M.R.C.V.S.
Evans, Matthew, contractor
Hamilton, R. M., assistant surveyor
Hastings, Mrs., Rose Lodge
Hegarty, D., M.D., registrar of births, marriages and deaths
Hurl, Daniel, carpenter and caretaker, Masonic Hall
Monteith, Mrs., Courthouse keeper
Murray, Patrick, publican
McCracken, W. J., law clerk
McCully, S. M., Inland Revenue officer
McFarland, John, assistant county surveyor
Pierce, S. S., B.A.
Porter, John
Quinn, J., blacksmith
Stewart, James C.
Stewart, J., shoe maker
Sweeny, Annie, seamstress
Wilmet, J., guard
Wylie, J., railway jacker


Agnew, P. J., solicitor (branch office)
Auterson, Miss
Barber, Miss, N.S. teacher and organist
Bell, Walter, & Son, grocers, seed and wine merchants, artificial manure merchants and cycle agents
Carey, Mrs., grocer and carrier
Crilly, T., tailor
Devlin, The Misses, dress makers
Diamond, H., merchant
Garrity, B., restaurateur and confectioner
Greer, Joseph, whitesmith
Henry, Bernard, boot maker
Hunter, M., M.D.
Hutchinson, Mrs.
Hutchinson, Wm., painter
Johnston, James, solicitor
Johnston, Rev. J.
Kane, Robert, labourer
Keenan, Patrick, flesher
Keenan, Roger, flesher
Keilt, John, grocer and publican
Logan, J., & Co., merchants
Maitland, W. H., assistant clerk of union, registrar of marriages, &c.
Mulgrew, Patrick, butler
McCallister, Mrs., lodging house
McIvor, Alex., draper
McBride, Patrick, publican
McKeown, Matilda, charwoman
McMullan, Miss, dress maker
McNicholl, R., general dealer
O'Neill, Matthew J., retired school teacher
O'Neill, Mrs., stationer, &c.
Ramsay, Margaret, delph merchant
Tohill, Henry, cattle dealer
Tohill, J. J., cattle dealer
Tohill, Peter, butcher
White, M., engine driver


Burns, The Misses, dress makers
Cromie, James, bread server
Daly, Mrs.
Devlin, John, shoe maker and insurance agent
Doherty, Patrick, driver
Downey, Rev. J. C. C.
Gillespie, Rev. George, The Manse
Green, I., insurance agent
Greer, Mrs.
Hegarty, Mrs., publican
Kelly, James, pensioner
Leslie, David, grocer
Louden, Mrs.
Martin, Mary, grocer
McGill, George, tailor
McGone, James, carter
McGrath, George, shoe maker
McKenna, A., hair dresser
McKenna, Peter billposter and fishmonger
Quinn, Rev. Canon, P.P., Parochial House
Wallace, Mrs., grocer
Walls, Mrs., restaurateur
Walls, R., coachman and gardener


Berry, David, dealer
Diamond, Joseph, dealer
Doherty, Mrs., grocer
Doherty, W. P., publican
Donnelly, Mrs.
Hagan, James, fowl dealer
Henry, Felix, labourer
Hyndman, John, smith
Martin, John, horse trainer
Mawhinney, J.
McCormack, Samuel, hawker
McCullough, J., constable R.U.C.
McKee, Michael, fowl dealer
McKenna, Joseph, traveller
Niblock, Hugh, painter
O'Kane, Peter, Press correspondent
O'Neill, Con, publican and coach builder
Smyth, Louis, publican
Teany, Mrs.
Thompson, Mrs.
Walls, J., shirt factor
Watterson, John, shoe maker


Boyle, B., station master
Conway, Mrs.
Fields, Hugh, law clerk
Fields, Mrs., dress maker
Gillespie, J. T.
Martin, Frank, driver
Pollock, Wm., law and insurance agent
Stimpson, C. H., permanent way inspector Midland Railway


Gamble, Wilson, J.P., Bellevue


Aiken, Jas., Ballymuldergbeg
Anderson, James, Ballymoghanbeg
Armstrong, John, Ballyronanmore
Atkinson, Jas., Ballymuckleheaney
Atkinson, John, Coolshinney
Atkinson, T., Ballymuckleheaney
Badger, Jas., Dunarnon
Barclay, Samuel, jun., Megargy
Barnett, Robt., Ballymoghanmore
Bell, James, Ballymulderg
Bell, Wm. J., Carlaoon
Berry, Robert, Killyfaddy
Berryman, James, Leckagh
Berryman, John, Bellagherty
Berryman, John, Ballinderry
Black, Matthew, Ballymoghanbeg
Boden, James, Leckagh
Bowman, James, Aughagaskin
Bradley, James, Mullaghboy
Bradley, James, Ballymuldergbeg
Breen, James, Bellagherty
Brown, Henry, Tullylinkisay
Brown, John, Ballynagarve
Brown, John, Tullylinkisay
Brown, Robert, Tullylinkisay
Brown, Samuel, Dunamoney
Brown, Wm., Dunamoney
Brown, W. (Margaret), Tullylinkisay
Burnett, John, Ballynagarve
Burnett, Wm., Ballynagarve
Campbell, W. J., Ballymoghanmore
Caulfield, Robert, Ballymoghanbeg
Clarke, George, Lisnamorrow
Clarke, James, Ballyronan
Clarke, John, Lisnamorrow
Clarke, Wm., Ballymulderg
Clarke, Wm. James, Ballymulderg
Corbett, James, Drumrainey
Corbett, Thomas, Tullylinkisay
Corr, Thomas, Ballyknocker
Costello, James, Ballyronanbeg
Cowan, Alex., Ballymuldergmore
Cowan, Wm. James, Lisnamorrow
Crooks, Samuel, Ballymoghanbeg
Crossett, James, Megargy
Crossett, Joseph, Ballyronanbeg
Crossett, Wm., Coolshinney
Crossett, Wm., Killyfaddy
Dale, Henry, Caraloon
Davison, Robert, Lisalbanagh
Devlin, Bernard, Ballyronan
Devlin, Patrick, Drumenagh
Ditty, Andrew, Megargy
Ditty, John, Megargy
Ditty, Wm., Ballymuldergbeg
Ditty, Robert J., Killyfaddy
Ditty, Wm., Megargy
Dobbin, Wm., Killyfaddy
Donaghy, Jas., jun., Caraloon
Donaghy, John, Caraloon
Dorren, Edward, Drumenagh
Duncan, Jas., Killyfaddy
Duncan, John, jun., Killyfaddy
Duncan, Thomas, Killyfaddy
Duncan, Wm., Coolshinney
Duncan, Wm. John, Killynease
Durnan, Charles, Coolshinney
Eakin, Robt., jun., Ballymoghanmore
Eakin, Robert, sen., Ballymoghanmore
Eakin, Thomas, Killyfaddy
Ferguson, James, jun., Ballynagarve
Ferguson, John, Ballyronanmore
Ferguson, Samuel, Tullylinkisay
Foster, John, Killyfaddy
Foster, Mrs., Ballymuldergbeg
Foster, Thos., Ballymuldergbeg
Foster, Wm., Killyfaddy
Fulton, John, Aughrim
Garvin, James, Ballynocker
Garvin, Stephen, Ballynocker
Garvin, Wm., Ballynocker
Gilmore, Richard, Luney
Given, James, Ballymuldergbeg
Harbison, Mrs., Ballyheifer
Halland, Fras., Caraloon
Halland, John, Ballymuldergmore
Haw, Mrs., Drumrainey
Hogg, Alex., Ballymoghanmore
Holland, Fredk., Caraloon
Houston, Thos., Aughagaskin
Hueston, John, Aughagaskin
Hurl, R. J., Caraloon
Hutchinson, Andrew, Aughrim
Jamison, Thomas, Caraloon
Johnston, Andrew, Aughagaskin
Johnston, James, Dunarnon
Johnston, Jas., Ballymulderg
Johnston, John, Drumrainey
Johnston, Robert, Drumrainey
Johnston, Woodside, Killyfaddy
Kane, Andrew, Ballymuldergmore
Kane, Andrew, Megargy
Keatley, John, Ballyronanmore
Keatley, Samuel, Aughagaskin
Keatley, Thomas, Ballyronanmore
Keenan, Bernard, Ballyheifer
Keenan, James, Aughagaskin
Keenan, Joseph, Ballycomlargy
Larkin, Mrs., Bellagherty
Lawrence, Alex., Lisalbanagh
Lawrence, Mrs., Lisalbanagh
Lennox, Frederick, Aughagaskin
Lennox, David, Aughagaskin
Lennox, George, Drumenagh
Lennox, John, Aughagaskin
Lennox, Thomas, Killyboggan
Lennox, Thos., jun., Tullylinisay
Lennox, Wm. George, Aughrim
Lindsay, Wm., Ballyronanmore
Loughlin, Wm. Geo., Dunarnon
Love, Henry, Dunamoney
Love, Samuel, Ballymaguiggan
Love, Thomas, Dunamoney
Marks, Robert, Ballymulderg
Martin, Hugh, Ballynagarve
Marlin, Wm., Aughagaskin (Martin)
Maynes, Patrick, Ballyronanbeg
Mellon, Joseph, Ballynagarve
Mellon, Patrick, Ballynagarve
Millar, John, Megargy
Milliken, Robert, Ballymulderg
Milliken, Samuel, John, Ballymuldergbeg
Morgan, John, Ballynagarve
Morton, Solomon, Ballynocker
Mulholland, Wm., Ballyheifer
Murphy, Edward, Drumenagh
Murphy, James, Drumenagh
McAlister, James, Kirley
McCartney, R., Ballyronanbeg
McClean, Robert, Lisnamorrow
McCleery, John, jun., Aughrim
McCleery, Wm. James, Aughrim
McGuckin, Hugh, Ballyronan
McGuckin, Thomas Jas., Bellagherty
McGuckin, Wm. John, Ballyronan
McGuigan, Francis, Tullylinisay
McGuigan, James, Drumard
McGuigan, James, Caraloon
McGurk, John, Drumrainey

McIntyre, John, Ardagh
McKee, John, Bellagherty
McKee, Thomas, Bellagherty
McKenna, Patrick, Aughagaskin
McKenny, John, Ballymuldergbeg
McKenny, Joseph, Ballymuldergbeg
McKeown, James, Ballymuldergbeg
McKnight, Hugh, Tullylinkisay
McKnight, John, Tullylinkisay
McMaster, Hugh, Ballydonnell
McMaster, Robert, Toberhead
McMaster, Samuel, Ballydonnell
McMaster, William, Tullylinkisay
McNicholl, H., Ballymuldergmore
Nodwell, Matthew, Coolshinney
O'Neill, Cornelius, Ballyneilbeg
Orr, John, Ballynagarve
Orr, Robert, Lisnamorrow
Orr, Thomas, Ballyronanmore
Palmer, James, Drumenagh
Palmer, Henry, Killyboggan
Park, John, J.P., Grange
Patterson, H. F., Ballyronanmore
Patterson, John, Lisnamorrow
Patterson, Robt. W., Killyfaddy
Port, William, Ballymultrea
Porter, Henry, Killyboggan
Porter, Samuel, Killyboggan
Purvis, John, Ballymaltrea
Purvis, William, Ballyronanmore
Quigley, Ben., Ballymuldergbeg
Quigley, Isaac, Ballymoghanbeg
Quigley, James, Ballymoghanbeg
Quinn, John, Ballyronanbeg
Ramsey, John, Ballyheifer
Raw, James, Knockoneill
Rice, John, Ballyronanmore
Rice, William, Ballyronanmore
Richardson, James, Ballynagarve
Ritchie, Joseph, Ballyeglish
Ritchie, Saml., Ballymoghanmore
Robinson, Ferguson, Ballymuldergbeg
Rodgers, Geo., Ballyronanmore
Rodgers, John, Ballynagarve
Rodgers, John, J.P., Ballynagowan
Sampson, James, Ballymulderg
Scott, Alexander, Drumenagh
Scott, Andrew, Leckagh
Scott, George, jun., Ballynagarve
Scott, Isaac, Drumenagh
Scott, Isaac, jun., Drumenagh
Scott, James Alex., Bellagherty
Scott, John, Bellagherty
Scott, John, Drumenagh
Scott, John, Ballymulderg
Scott, Johnston, Drumenagh
Scott, Robert, Drumenagh
Scott, Thomas, Drumenagh
Scott, William, Drumenagh
Shannon, Thomas, Killyfaddy
Sheppard, Richard, Ballydonnell
Simpson, Robert, Megargy
Smyth, Charles, Ballymulderg
Smyth, Francis, Ballymulderg
Smyth, Henry, Drunascullion
Smyth, Robert, Ballymoghanbeg
Smyth, Stewart, Ballynocker
Speer, Andrew, Ballynocker
Speer, Joseph, Ballynocker
Speer, Samuel, Ballynocker
Steele, Robert, Killyfaddy
Steele, William, Ballymoghanmore
Stewart, Andrew, Lisalbanagh
Stewart, Henry, Tullylinkisay
Stewart, Henry, Killyboggan
Stewart, James, Killyboggan
Stinton, Robert, Aughrim
Stitt, John, Coolshinney
Streahorn, David, Caraloon
Streahorn, George, Caraloon
Streahorn, Joseph, Ballyronanmore
Swenarton, Joseph, Lisnamorrow
Vance, William, Megargy
Walls, Hy. (Black), Ballymaguiggan
Walls, James, Ballymaguiggan
Walls, John, Ballymuldergmore
Walls, Thomas, Ballymaguiggan
Watterson, George, Lisnamorrow
Watterson, Jos., jun., Lisnamorrow
Watterson, J. (Rock), Lisnamorrow
Watterson, Leonard, Ballynagarve
Watterson, Robt. J., Ballymuldergbeg
Watterson, Wm. T., Ballymuldergmore
Weir, Robert, jun., Ballynocker
White, James, Bellagherty
White, John, Ballymultrea
Wilson, Frederick, Ballymulderg
Winchester, William, Ballynocker
Woods, John, Bellagherty
Wright, John, Bellagherty
Wright, Samuel, Ballygillenbeg
Wright, Samuel, Ballymuldergbeg
Young, William J., Ballymaguiggan


          The chief beauty of this place, which has about 800 inhabitants, is the Cooneen River, which rises near Fivemiletown, flows through the town, and empties itself into Lough Erne. The width of the river at the bridge is 140 feet; and in the summer and autumn it is suitable for fishing. In the town are a Church of Ireland, a Presbyterian Church, a Wesleyan Church, and a Roman Catholic Chapel; also two National schools. The Great Northern Railway Terminus is the neatest and best accommodated on the line from Enniskillen to Dundalk. There is also the Central Station for the Clogher Valley Tramway Company, in conjunction with the Great Northern Line.

Post Office - R. Hamilton, postmaster
Postal Telegraph Office - Maguiresbridge Railway Station


Church of Ireland - Rev. E. J. McKew, B.A.
Presbyterian Church - Rev. J. I. Stoops
Methodist Church - W. Farrell, evangelist
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. P. Cullinan, C.C.
Littlemount National School - S. J. Moore and Mrs. Devine
National School, No. 1 - D. G. Irvine & Mrs. G. Gormley, teachers; No. 2 - William Moore, teacher; Mrs. E. Hamilton, assistant
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. J. A. Thompson


Allan, Thomas, farmer, Boghill
Armstrong, A., draper
Armstrong, Hy., sexton Church of Ireland
Armstrong, William, farmer, Leobaly

Beacom, Edward, farmer, Boghill
Black, Mrs., farmer, Drumeer
Bogue, J., farmer, Congo
Boles, Alexander, farmer, Skeagh
Boles, John, farmer, Skeagh
Boyde, H., farmer, Drumbrouches
Boyle, John, rural postman
Bredin, Mrs., Gledstown Terrace
Breen, James, farmer, Coolcrannell
Bullock, F., farmer, Lisadeney
Bustard, John, farmer, Tully

Cathcart, Mrs., farmer, Drumbrouches
Charters, Robert, grocer
Clingan, Richard, farmer, Kilmore
Coalter, Mrs., lace worker, Leobally
Copeland, Thomas, Derryoree

Dalton, James, farmer, Oldtown
Dalton, Thomas, farmer, Littlemount
Dennis, W. J., farmer, Aughnocloy
Doran, Charles, farmer, Corfannon
Douglas, James, insurance agent, Drumgoon
Douglas, John, rural postman

Flanigan, John, farmer, Drumliff
Finlay, Christopher, farmer, Killycluoghey

Gardiner, Henry, farmer, Corrard
Gavin, James, publican
Gavin, John, farmer, Carahoney
Gavin, Patrick, farmer, Mulmakervey
Gavin, Tom, farmer, Aughanure
Gormley, John, spirit merchant
Gormley, Mrs. G., school teacher
Graham, Arthur, cattle dealer
Graham, David, farmer, Limagole
Graham, James, railway man
Graham, John, farmer, Killycloghey
Graham, J., Gledstone Terrace
Graham, Mrs., draper
Graham, Mrs. John, dress maker
Graham, R., farmer, Drumgowna
Graham, William, grocer and draper
Graham, Wm., cattle dealer, Gledstown
Great Northern Railway - Mr. Martin, station master; J. E. Smith, head porter

Hall, Francis, farmer, Killycramph
Hall, Thomas, farmer, Dresogue
Hamilton, Robert, grocer, shipping agent and newsagent; Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Hamilton, G., farmer, Tattinderry
Hamilton, J. G., cycle and motor cycle agent
Hazlett, Nixon A., corn, flax and saw mill owner, Bayhill
Hazlett, Sam, Bayhill
Henderson, W. G., J.P., Coolcrannell
Hughes, Patk., ex-sergt. R.I.C.
Hunter, Hamilton, farmer, Lislea
Hunter, William, farmer, Lislea
Hunter, William, farmer, Tully

Irvine, C. E. R., solicitor, Drumgoon Manor
Irvine, William, Drumgoon
Irwin, James, farmer, Gledstown
Irwin, Richard, farmer, Skeagh
Irwin, Robert, clerk of union

Johnston, James, farmer, Aughnacloy

Keenan, John, Clogher Valley Railway
Kerr, W., farmer, Corfannon

Law, Miss, Gledstown Cottage
Law, Mrs., Gledstown Terrace
Little, Mary E., grocer and delf ware
Livingstone, Joseph, farmer, Lebally
Lunny, James, farmer, Garavohill
Lynch, James, farmer, Carrahoney
Lynch, John, farmer, Corranewey

Maguire, Thomas, scutcher, Maguiresbridge
Martin, Michl., carpenter, Maguiresbridge
Martin, Mrs., Gledstown Terrace
Martin, Thomas, farmer, Gledstown
Matthews, Mrs., Holymount House
Moffitt, Andrew, farmer, Gledstown
Moore, S. J., teacher, Littlemount N.S.
Moore, William, farmer, Drumbadbeg
Moore, Wm. N., farmer, Couranghanall
Monaghan, John, Railway Cottage
Monaghan, Joseph, farmer, Drumgoon
Monaghan, Mrs., farmer, Corryann
Morrison, James, farmer and flax mills, Tully
Morrison, William, farmer, Coolane
Mulligan, John, carpenter and farmer
Murphy, Wm., farmer, Killycloghey
McAdam, Miss M. A., lace worker
McAdam, Patrick, dealer
McAlear, Mrs., lodgings
McClintock, John, Tully
McClure, A., caretaker of Parochial Hall
McCourt, Jas., farmer, Corryann
McCoy, J., farmer, Drumagarve
McCullough, John, hardware and draper
McElroy, Thomas, farmer, Killycloghy
McGarrighan, Miss, district nurse
McGolrick, Wm., farmer, Derryoree
McKeaney, John, dealer, Maguiresbridge

Nelson, James, farmer, Lislea
Noble, Mrs., farmer, Killycramph

Orr & Co., grocers
O'Keefe, P. J., publican
O'Reilly, Mrs., spirit grocer

Parkinson, John, Tully
Parkinson, Mrs., Gledstown Terrace
Perry, Mark, farmer, Lisnagole
Phair, Robert, farmer, Coolcrannell

Regan, John, ex-sergt. R.I.C.
Roberts, ?, Riverside House
Robinson, John, farmer, Whitepark
Ross, John, farmer, Drumeer
Russell, Henry, farmer, Drumbad

Saunders, W. H., grocer
Scoles, A., Abbey Lodge
Shannon, John, farmer, Drumbaughlin
Shaw, James, farmer, Toolin
Shaw, William, farmer, Lisaderney
Shiels, The Misses, Gledstown
Simpson, Richard, farmer, Gledstown

Thompson, J. A., M.D.
Thompson, William, farmer, Derryree
Todd, A. H. S., M.D., Hollymount

West, Thomas, farmer, Littlemount
Wilkinson, Richard, Gledstown
Wilson, Edward, farmer and assistant road surveyor, Coolcrannell
Wilson, John, cattle dealer
Woods, William, farmer, Aughnascue
Wylie, Mrs., Drumgoon Mill


        Is a small post town, parish of Mullabrack, in the County Armagh, 8 miles English south-east from Armagh by rail, and 5 miles Irish by road. A general market is held every Friday, and a fair the third Friday of each month. The land of the surrounding district is good, and in a high state of cultivation. Potatoes, oats, flax, turnips, and wheat are the chief crops raised. The Earl of Gosford is the owner of Markethill and vicinity; his castle, which is situated about a mile from the village, stands in the centre of a richly planted demesne of 645 acres. The building was begun in 1820, and was not finished for twenty years. It is built in the Norman style, with granite from the Mullaglass quarries. There are several Danish forts within the demesne, and a place known as Drapier's Hill was the favourite resort of Dean Swift during the time of his memorable visits to Sir Arthur Acheson in 1729. The population in 1911 was 752

Post Office - Mrs. W. J. Edwards, postmistress
Magistrates who preside at petty sessions - Wm. Small, Wm. J. Flack, Wm. Byers, J. H. Gray, G. Marshall, M.D.; Robt. M. Quin, M.D.; Jackson Pillow, Wm. Sinton
Clerk of Petty Sessions - Wm. H. Edwards


Chapel of Ease, Markethill, and Parish Church, Mullabrack - Rev. James Wilson Auchmuty, A.M., rector
Presbyterian Churches - Rev. William James McConnell, B.A.
Methodist Church - Armagh Circuit minister
Reformed Presbyterian Church, Ballylane - Rev. N. Lyons
Roman Catholic Chapel, Mullabrack - Rev. O. Flaherty, C.C.


National Schools - Male, Robert Paul, principal. Female, Miss Clements, principal. Mullabrack, Mrs. Greer. Cross Roads, John Johnston, principal; Mrs. Menary, assistant. Mullabrack (R.C.), Mr. Cotter, principal; Mrs. Cotter, assistant
Great Northern Railway - Edward Mates, station master; B. Donnelly, head porter
Dispensary, Markethill - Gilbert Marshall, M.D., J.P., medical officer; registrar of births, marriages, and deaths
Belfast Bank open every week day; manager, E. G. Mitchell
Ulster Bank - Open every Friday



Adams, Joseph, carpenter, timber, iron, and hardware
Anderson, Mrs.
Armstrong, George, draper
Aston, Samuel, saddler
Auchmuty, Rev. J. W., M.A.

Bell, James
Benn, Catherine
Bingham, David
Bowen, J.
Brown, Mrs. M.

Clements, Miss, teacher
Clydesdale, John
Collins, Hugh
Compston, Mrs.
Corkey, Wm., grocer; agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Cotter, Mrs., Mullabrack Chapel School, teacher
Cotter, Jas., principal Chapel School
Cully, David
Cully, Martha, lodging house
Cuming, Miss

Dixon, Jonathan, hairdresser
Doyle, Robert, grocer
Dougan, George, grocer

Edwards, George, grocer
Edwards, Miss
Edwards, Mrs. John, grocer
Edwards, Mrs. Wm. J., post office
Edwards, Wm. H., clerk of petty sessions and land agent
English, Samuel, milesman

Foster, Sergt., R.U.C.

Gallagher, John, R.U.C.
Glassey, James, lodging house
Graham, George

Hampton, Robert, Victoria Hotel
Hanratty, Mrs.
Hastings, James
Hill, George
Hooks, Mrs.
Hunter, Joseph D., merchant
Hutton, Mrs., dispensary nurse
Hydes, David

Kerr. Miss, dress maker

Lemon, Thomas, chemist and publican
Lockhart, William, signalman
Loughrey, Michael

Mallagh, Joseph, grocer
Mallon, Mrs., grocer
Marshall, Gilbert, M.D., J.P.
Mawhirter, William
Meighan, Mrs.
Moore, Rev. H. H., M.A., The Manse
Morgan, James, draper and outfitter
Morgan, James, butcher and publican
Murphy, William
McClellan, George, tailor
McCloskie, Samuel, postman
McCloskie, Thomas
McConnell, Rev. W. J., B.A., Fort Manse
McDowell, William, grocer
McGaughey, William, draper
McNally, Edwin
McParland, Wm. J., delph merchant

Neill, J.

Robinson, Louis, publican and agent for agricultural implements
Robinson, Mrs.
Robinson, Thos., merchant, posting, undertaking establishment and publican
Rowe, Sergeant

Sampson, Miss, stationer and confectioner
Sinton, William
Small, Robert, draper
Smith, Mrs., publican
Spence, David
Swann, John R., boarding house

Taylor, Mrs. Geo., Chestnut Cottage
Taylor, Robert, publican
Taylor, William G., druggist
Topley, Thomas, mechanic
Torrens, David, jun., carpenter
Torrens, William, carpenter
Trew, Robert G.
Tughan, Joseph, grocer

Webb, W.
Willis, Thomas, coal merchant
Wilson, John


Adair, James, dairy keeper
Boyce, Samuel, bicycle repairer
Brady, James, fowl dealer
Brady, Richard, fowl dealer
Cleeland, Wm., shoe maker
Connelly, Owen, blacksmith
Cordner, Patrick, delf merchant
Ferguson, Mrs. John
Gray, ?, electrician
Hamilton, William, fowl dealer
Leonard, Felix, fowl dealer
Luke, Mrs., grocer
Mills, Mrs., dress maker
Morgan, Mrs.
McGrath, John, fowl dealer
McGrath, John, bicycle repairer
McMullan, William
Patterson, Samuel, blacksmith
Thompson, Jno., horse dealer
Wallace, Thomas, carpenter


Adams, Mrs.
Cordner, Wm., mason
Corr, Mary, lodging house
Farson, Robert, cycle merchant
Gibson, Samuel, bread server
Lindon, George, carpenter
Murphy, Mrs.
McConnell, J., blacksmith
McConnell, William


Moore, Samuel
Muldrew, Wm., milesman
McKenna, S., fowl dealer
Trainor, Patk., fowl dealer
Toner, Patrick, blacksmith


Freeburn, Thomas
Morrow, Mrs.
Rocks, John


Brown, Mrs.
Giffin, Mrs.
Hughes, Robert
Irwin, W.
Leeman, Albert
Magowan, Jacob
Rowland, John
Russell, W.
Stewart, William
Trimble, J.
Warnock, Robert
White, Alexander
Wilson, Samuel


Acheson, John, Killycairn
Acheson, Wm., Lurgaboy
Agnew, Mrs., Kilbracks
Agnew, Mrs. Francis, Lisnagat
Agnew, George, Kilbracks
Aikens, John, Tullyherron, Mountnorris
Aikens, W., Tullyherron, Mountnorris
Albin, Hugh, Tullyherron, Mountnorris
Albin, Samuel, Tullyherron, Mountnorris
Alexander, J. H., Kirnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
Allen, John, Drumbeecross, Collone, Armagh
Allen, Samuel, Retarnet
Anderson, Geo., Manordougherty
Anderson, Henry, Manordougherty
Anderson, James, Cornacrew
Anderson, J. W., Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Anderson, Miss, Monlurg
Armstrong, F., Edenknappa
Armstrong, Hugh, Edenknappa, Collone
Armstrong, James, Drumgane
Armstrong, Thomas, Drumgane
Aston, John, Manordougherty

Bain, Isaac, Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Beattie, Mrs., Mullabane, Hamiltonsbawn
Beck, Alex., publican, Hamiltonsbawn
Beck, James, Drumennis, Hamiltonsbawn
Bell, Isaac, Derryraine, Hamiltonsbawn
Bell, J. T., Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Bell, Mrs. A., Drumachee, Armagh
Bell, Thomas, Derryraine, Hamiltonsbawn
Bell, William, Cavanagrove
Bingham, John, Bryandrum
Black, James, Enagh
Black, Joseph, Collone, Armagh
Black, Margaret, Lurgaboy, Drumahee, Armagh
Black, Robert, Enagh
Black, Robert, Edenkennedy
Black, Samuel, Ballylane
Black, William, grocer, Enagh
Black, William, grocer, Ballymacally
Boyle, Edward, Lisnalee, Mountnorris
Boyle, James, Mowhan
Boyle, Patrick, Maytone, Glenanne
Bradshaw, James, Drumennis, Hamiltonsbawn
Bradshaw, Wm., Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Brown, James, Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
Brown, Robert, Carran, Poyntzpass
Brown, Robert, Lattery
Brown, Thomas, Carrowmoney, Hamiltonsbawn
Brown, Wm. J., Rocks, Hamiltonsbawn
Browne, Wm., Carran, Poyntzpass
Buchanan, James, Lurgyross
Burke, Robt. J., Macantrim
Burns, Robert, Brackley
Byers, Wm., J.P., C.C., Mowhan

Caldwell, Thomas, Curry, Hamiltonsbawn
Callaghan, Mrs., Groobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Callen, Miss, Shanecracken
Campbell, Mrs. John, Coolmalish
Carlisle, Alex., Ballylane, Glenanne
Carlisle, Robert, Seboughan
Carlisle, R. J., Ballylane, Glenanne
Carson, Henry, Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Carson, Nugent, Kilbrack
Carson, Thos., Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Cassidy, Mrs., Coolmalish
Cherry, John, Tanaghmore
Christy, Robert, Drumachee
Clark, Andrew, Brackley
Clark, James, carpenter, Brackley
Clark, John, grocer, Brackley
Clark, Mrs., Steeple Hill, Mountnorris
Clark, Samuel, Brackley
Clark, Wm., Brackley
Clelland, Eliza Ann, Drumatee
Cleeland, Robert, Drumatee
Cloughley, Annie, Curry, Hamiltonsbawn
Cloughley, Wm. Jas., Shanecrackenmore
Cochrane, Robt., Drumnamather, Tandragee
Cochrane, Wm., Moyrourkan, Tandragee
Collins, John, Mountnorris
Compston, Robert, Retarnet
Conlan, D., Carnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
Conlan, Robert, Carnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
Conlon, John, Drumahee
Cooper, Lizzie, Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Cordner, James, Cavanagrove, Drumahee, Armagh
Cordner, S. J., Killyrudden, Hamiltonsbawn
Cordner, William, Ballylane
Corkey, Alex., Ballylane, Glenanne
Corkey, John, Glenanne
Corkey, Robert, Ballylane, Glenanne
Corr, Francis, Brackley
Cosgrove, Mrs. John, Cladybeg
Coulter, Mrs., grocer, Cladymore
Cowan, James, Moyrourkan, Tandragee
Craig, Alex., Coolmalish
Craig, Mrs., Coolmalish
Cromie, W. J., Mullinary
Crossan, P., Drumnamather, Tandragee
Crozier, Mrs. David, Segahan, Tassagh, Armagh
Crozier, James, Edenknappa, Collone, Armagh
Crozier, Mrs., Segahan, Tassagh, Armagh
Crozier, Wm. John, Collone, Armagh
Cully, David, Manordougherty
Cummins, William, Drumalara

Dalzell, Mrs. Geo., Maghnaverry
Dalzell, Mrs. Henry, Lisnagat
Dermott, Daniel, Mullinarry, Tandragee
Dickson, George, Druminnis, Hamiltonsbawn
Dickson, Henry, Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Dobbin, F. W., Lenalea
Donaldson, James, Cavanagrove, Drumahee, Armagh
Donnelly, Henry, Drumbeemore, Collone, Armagh
Dougan, Alex., horse dealer, Cavanagrove, Collone, Armagh
Dougan, David, Drumgane
Dougan, George, horse dealer, Killymachugh
Dougan, George, Ballymacauly, Drumahee, Armagh
Dougan, John, Damoily
Dougan, Mrs. E., Ballymacauly, Drumahee, Armagh
Dougan, Mrs., Damoily
Dougan, Samuel, Carricklane
Dougan, Wm., Segahan, Tassagh, Armagh
Douglas, Alex., Kilbracks
Douglas, Wm., manager, Enagh Creamery
Douglas, William, Ballylane, Glenanne
Douglas, Mrs. Agnes, Kilbracks

Edwards, Thomas, Monlurg
Elliot, John, Drumminnis, Hamiltonsbawn
Elliott, John, Drumlara
Elliott, William, Kilbracks
Evans, Mrs., Glasdrummond
Ewart, John, Ballindarragh

Farrell, Robert, Corhamock
Feenan, Francis, Port Hill, Mountnorris
Feenan, Hugh, Maytone, Glenanne
Fergus, John G., grocer, Hamiltonsbawn
Ferguson, R., Kilcopple, Collone, Armagh
Ferguson, Wm. James, Lenalea, Hamiltonsbawn
Ferguson, Wm., Brackley
Ferris, James, fowl dealer, Ballylane
Ferris, Mrs. E., Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Ferris, Thomas, Mowhan
Finn, John, Edenknappagh, Collone, Armagh
Fivey, David, Dinahora
Flack, Hugh, Brackagh, Poyntzpass
Flack, William, J.P., Maghnavery
Forbes, John, Cladymore
Frazer, Mrs. L., Collone, Armagh
Fullerton, Alex., Tannaghmore
Fullerton, Thos., Killyrudden, Hamiltonsbawn
Fullerton, Wm., Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn

Gass, John, Cladymore
Gass, John, Dirlet (Darlett in 1918)
Gass, Mrs., Tullyallen, Glenanne
Gass, Mrs. E., Killymachugh
Gass, Wm., Ballylane
Gass, Samuel, grocer and post office, Mowhan
Gibson, Matthew, Corhamock
Giffen, John, Lenalea, Collone, Armagh
Gilmore, John, Ballylane
Gilmore, Robt., Edenknappagh, Collone, Armagh
Gilmore, Sandy, Kilbracks
Gilmore, Wm., Kilbracks
Golloghy, Henry, Cladybeg
Golloghy, Patk., Garvagh, Hamiltonsbawn
Golloghy, Terence, Cladybeg
Gordan, John, manager, Derrycughan, Skimmery
Gowdy, James, Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Graham, John, Johnstown, Hamiltonsbawn
Gray, James, Hamiltonsbawn
Gray, John (2), Ballylane
Gray, J. H., J.P., Maytone, Glenanne
Gray, Major, Maytone
Gray, Miss, Ballymacaulay, Drumahee, Armagh
Gray, Mrs. Gordan, Killymachugh
Gray, Mrs. W. G., Bryandrum
Gray, Thos. H., Segahan, Tassagh, Armagh
Gray, Wm., Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Gray, W. R., Derlett
Greenlea, Wm., Ballynewry, Richhill
Greer, Alex., Hamiltonsbawn
Greer, David, Drumatee
Greer, H., Hamiltonsbawn
Greer, Mrs., teacher, Mullabrack
Greer, J. Robert, Mullaghbane, Hamiltonsbawn
Hadden, Hugh, Cladybeg
Haddon, John, grocer, Ballylane, Glenanne
Hadden, John, Crankey, Loughgilly
Haire, Joseph, Cornagrally, Loughgilly
Haire, Thomas, 11 Lane Ends, Loughgilly
Halliday, John, Lisnalee, Mountnorris
Hamilton, Mrs. Alex., Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
Hamilton, John, Derrynaught
Hamilton, John, Drumahee, Armagh
Hamilton, J., Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
Hamilton, Rev., Mountnorris Manse
Hamilton, W., Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Hanna, Mrs., Ballymacauley, Drumahee, Armagh
Hanratty, John, carpenter, Coolmalish
Hanratty, Peter, farmer, Coolmalish
Hare, Mrs., Glasdrummond
Harris, Henry, Lisnalee, Mountnorris
Hawthorne, John, Maytone, Glenanne
Hazley, Richard, Mecantrim, Hamiltonsbawn
Heatley, James, Ballynewry, Richhill
Heatley, Wm., Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Henning, George, Killeen, Armagh
Henry, Hugh J., Cordrummond
Henry, John, Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
Herron, Arch., Tullyherron, Mountnorris
Hill, David, Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Hill, George, Maghnavery
Hill, John, Corry, Hamiltonsbawn
Hill, Mrs. John, Drumalara
Hill, Thomas, Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Holmes, Thomas, Lisnagat
Hooks, J. & T., Drumbeecross, Collone
Hunter, Charles, Lisnagat
Hunter, John, Maghnavery
Hutchenson, John, Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Hutchenson, Mrs., Mountnorris
Hutchenson, Mrs. J., Collone, Armagh
Hutchinson, James, Maghnavery
Hutchinson, Samuel Jas., Maghnavery
Hutton, James, Drumahee, Armagh
Hutton, Wm., Ballylane

Ingram, Thomas, Keadymore, Mountnorris
Irvine, G. M., M.D., Mountnorris
Irvine, Rev. A., Cladymore Manse
Irwin, George, Keadymore, Mountnorris
Irwin, Wm., Maytone, Glenanne
Irwin, William, Seaboughan

Jackson, Joseph, Curry, Hamiltonsbawn
Jackson, Joseph, Killyrudden, Hamiltonsbawn
Jackson, Mrs. Wm., Corhamock
Jackson, Thomas, Mowhan
Jackson, Wm., Curry, Hamiltonsbawn
Jameson, Alex., Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
Jamison, John, Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
Jeffers, James, Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Jeffers, Saml., Ballynewry, Richhill
Johnston, Joseph, Mecantrim
Johnston, John, Tanaghmore
Johnston, John, Corhamock
Johnston, Thos., Carricklean
Johnston, Wm., Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Johnston, Wm., Monburg

Kelly, Adam, Brackley
Kemp, Samuel, Brackley
Kennedy, Mrs., Cavanagrove, Drumahee, Armagh
Kenny, Peter, Mullinarry, Tandragee
Kenny, Michael, Mullinarry, Tandragee
Kenny, Wm., Drumashallon
Kilpatrick, James, Collone, Armagh
Kilpatrick, Mrs., Cladybeg
Kilpatrick, Robert, Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
Kilpatrick, Samuel, Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
Kilpatrick, Saml., Lurgyross, Glenanne
Kilpatrick, Thomas, Ballylane, Mowhan
Kilpatrick, Wm., Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Killypatrick, John A., Lurgyross, Glenanne
King, Samuel, Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
King, William John, Hamiltonsbawn
Kirkland, George, Tanaghmore

Lamph, Hugh, Drumlack
Lamph, Thomas, Ballindarragh
Leathem, Robert, Drumachee
Lennon, John, Cladymore
Lennon, Patk., spirit grocer, Cladymore
Littlewood, Robt., Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Livingston, John T., Carricklean
Livingston, Mrs. Robert, Carricklean
Lockhart, Wm., Markethill
Lockhart, John, Lurgaboy
Louden, Samuel, Dennismullan
Loughlin, James, horse dealer, Edenkennedy
Loughlin, William, Corhamock
Loughran, Francis, Cladymore
Loughran, Peter, Cladymore
Love, James, mason, Damoily
Love, William, horse dealer, Damoily
Lowe, Stephen, Lisnalee, Mountnorris
Lyons, Robert, Drumgane

Mackey, J. N., post master, Cladymiltown
Maclean, Thos., Crunaught
Maclean, William, Dirlet
Magill, John, Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Magowan, W. H., Mountnorris
Mallaghan, Owen, Cladymore
Mallan, Thomas, Corry, Hamiltonsbawn
Mann, Tom, Cladybeg
Marshall, Gilbert, Lisnagat Poultry Yards
Marshall, Mrs., Cladybeg
Marshall, Miss, Lattery
Martin, James, Ballylane
Martin, John (2), Ballylane
Martin, Samuel W. (2), Ballylane
Martin, Wm. S., Gosford
Megarity, George, Killeen, Armagh
Menary, Robert, Damoily
Millar, Miss, Dinahorra
Milligan, Robert, Mecantrim, Hamiltonsbawn
Mitchell, Samuel, Killycairn
Moffatt, Samuel, Drumahee
Moore, Jos., Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
Morgan, John, Ballindarragh
Morgan, William, Lisnagat
Morrison, Hugh, Mountnorris
Morrison, Thos., Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Mulligan, Bernard, Drumfergus
Mulligan, Peter, Ballynewry, Richhill
Mulligan, Robt., Retarnet, Hamiltonsbawn
Murphy, Michael, Cladybeg

McAdams, Wm., cycle dealer, Lattery
McArdle, John, Cladymore
McCammon, David, Damoily
McCammon, James, Damoily
McCammon, S. James, Ballymacally
McCairn, Hugh, Cladybeg
McCall, Mrs., Drumbeecross, Collone

McCall, R. W., Kirnavanaghan, Collone
McCall, Samuel, Segahan, Tassagh, Armagh
McCartney, D., Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
McCartney, William, Kirnavanaghan, Collone, Armagh
McCartney, Wm., Derryraine, Hamiltonsbawn
McClean, Joseph, Drumashallen
McClean, Robert, Hamiltonsbawn
McClean, Robert, Drumashallen
McClenaghan, James, Cladybeg
McClenaghan, Wm., Cladybeg
McClinchie, Matthew, Manordoherty
McClure, James, Cladymore
McClure, James, Derlett
McClure, John, Derrynaught, Hamiltonsbawn
McClure, Samuel, carpenter, Enagh
McComb, W. J., Lisdrumchor, Glenanne
McConnell, Clark, blacksmith, Cavanagrove
McConnell, James, grocer and publican, Hamiltonsbawn
McConnell, John, Seboughan
McCoy, Bernard, Lurgyross
McCreery, Miss, Maymacullen, Tandragee
McCullagh, John, Brackley
McCullagh, William, Cladymore
McCullough, Robert, Shanecracken
McCune, James, Ballindarragh
McCune, Mrs., Kilbracks
McDowell, James, Derlett
McDowell, Robt., grocer, Lurgyross, Glenanne
McElroy, James, Kilbracks
McElroy, J. A., Lisdrumchor, Glenanne
McFadden, William, Shanecracken
McGarity, Robert, Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
McGaughey, Jas., carpenter, Ballylane
McGaughey, James, carpenter, Ballylane
McGaughey, James, Damoily
McGaughey, Robert, Enagh
McHugh, Samuel, road contractor, Hamiltonsbawn
McHugh, William, Retarnet, Hamiltonsbawn
McKenna, Thomas, Ballylane, Glenanne
McLaughlin, Rev. David, Drummins Manse, Armagh
McLoughlin, J. G., Killyrudden, Hamiltonsbawn
McLoughlin, Mrs. A. J., Carramoney, Hamiltonsbawn
McMahon, George, Collone, Armagh
McMahon, Hugh, Manordoherty
McMahon, James, Mullinarry, Tandragee
McMahon, Mrs. George, Mullinarry, Tandragee
McMullen, John, Lurgaboy, Drumahee, Armagh
McMullin, D., Cladybeg
McMullin, John, Cladybeg
McMullin, John, Damoily
McMurray, G. R., cycle dealer, Cornacrew
McMurray, Wm., Mullabrack
McParland, Bernard, Drumachee, Armagh
McParland, E., Drumachee, Armagh
McParland, Frank, Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
McParland, James Johnston, horse dealer, Hamiltonsbawn
McParland, John, Lisdrumchor, Glenanne
McParland, Terence, Coolmalish
McRobert, James, Mullabane, Hamiltonsbawn
McSherry, Patrick, Lisdrumchor, Glenanne
McSherry, Peter, Lisdrumchor, Glenanne
McWhirter, Robert, Tullyallen, Glenanne

Nougher, Mrs., Kilbracks
Nugent, Patrick, Cladybeg

O'Hanlon, Felix, Manordoherty
O'Hanlon, Joseph, Monlurg
O'Neill, Felix, Corhamock

Parke, Geo., Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Parkes, James, Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Parks, J. R., Ballygroobany, Hamiltonsbawn
Parks, John, Lurgyross, Glenanne
Parr, William, Corhamock
Pearson, Jacob, Druminnis, Hamiltonsbawn
Phoenix, Wm., Edenknappa, Collone, Armagh
Pillow, Jackson, J.P., Drumfergus, Markethill
Porter, Alex., Cladybeg
Porter, Alex., jun., Cladybeg
Porter, Hugh, Cladybeg
Porter, Hugh, Carricklane
Porter, James, Edenknappa, Collone, Armagh
Pringle, James, Magherydogherty

Quilty, Mrs., Derlett
Quinn, John, Drumennis, Hamiltonsbawn
Quinn, Joseph, Ballynewry
Quinn, J. R., Killyrudden, Hamiltonsbawn
Quinn, Robert, Manordougherty
Quinn, Thomas, Drumeniss, Hamiltonsbawn

Rafferty, James, Cladymore
Rafferty, Patrick (2), Cladymore
Rafferty, Terence, Cladymore
Rainey, Robt., Lurgaboy, Drumachee, Armagh
Rainey, Wm. Moffett, Lurganboy
Rea, Joseph, spirit grocer, Lisdrumchor
Rice, James, horse dealer, Drumatee, Markethill
Rolston, James, Druminnis, Hamiltonsbawn
Roundtree, Wm., Drumsavage, Hamiltonsbawn
Rowney, William, Glen View, Markethill
Russell, Charles, Mountnorris
Russell, Christopher, Mountnorris
Rutherford, John, Druminnis, Hamiltonsbawn

Sanford, John, Ballynewry, Richhill
Scarr, Wm. J., tailor, Killicarn
Scott, Adam, Derryraine, Hamiltonsbawn
Scott, David, Lurbaboy (Lurgaboy)
Scott, John, Keadymore, Mountnorris
Semple, Robert, Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Shaw, Alex., Lisdrumchor, Glenanne
Shaw, Wm., Carron, Poyntzpass
Shepherd, Henry, Lurgaboy
Shepherd, Miss, Shanecracken
Shepherd, Wm., Ballyloughan, Richhill
Shields, Samuel, Carricklane
Shields, Thomas, Brackagh, Tandragee
Shields, Thomas, Glassdrummond
Shields, Wm. Thomas, Glassdrummond
Shillington, Edward, Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Simpson, James, Collone, Armagh
Simpson, John, Cavanagrove, Drumahee, Armagh
Singleton, Henry, Drumatee
Singleton, Samuel, Drumlack
Sinton, John T., Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Sinton, John, Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Slaven, Mrs., Maymacullen, Tandragee
Sleeth, Thos., Tullyherron, Mountnorris
Slieth, Alex., Enagh
Slieth, John, Damoily
Small, Hugh, Gosford
Small, Wm., J.P., Lattery
Smith-Thomas, Ballindarragh
Smyth, E., Glenanne
Smyth, Joseph, Donnahorra
Somerville, Wm., Ballynewry
Speers, Mrs., Cavanagrove, Drumahee
Steel, David, Carron, Poyntzpass
Steele, John, Brackagh, Tandragee
Steele, Joseph, Killicarn
Steele, Mrs., Glassdrummond
Stevenson, Joseph, Ballylane
Stewart, Hugh W., Lisdrumchor
Steward, Wm. J., Lisdrumchor
Swan, James, Mecantrim, Hamiltonsbawn

Taylor, Henry, rate collector, Cladymore
Taylor, Mrs. John, Collone, Armagh
Taylor, Mrs., Cladymore
Taylor, Robert, Ballylane
Taylor, Thomas, Lurgyross
Taylor, Thomas, Cladymore
Tate, James, Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Tate, John, Collone
Tate, Thos., Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Thompson, David, Manordougherty
Thompson, Jas., Lisnalee, Mountnorris
Thompson, John, Lisnalee, Mountnorris
Todd, Ralph, Druminnis
Todd, Wm., Drumorgan, Hamiltonsbawn
Toner, Frank, Drumilt
Toner, Hugh, Ballylane
Toner, John, Brackagh, Tandragee
Toner, John, Maytone, Glenanne
Toner, Patrick, Maytone, Glenanne
Toppely, Johnston, Mullaghbane, Hamiltonsbawn
Torrens, Gilbert, Bryandrum
Traynor, Thomas, Enagh
Tweedie, Samuel, Coolmalish

Vallely, John, grocer, Cladymore
Vallely, Mrs. C., Cladymore
Vallely, Mrs. Mary, Cladybeg

Walker, Sandy, Crunagh
Walker, Leonard, Drumgain
Walker, Mrs., Tannaghmore
Walker, Wm. J., Mountnorris
Wallace, Misses, Cladymore
Wallace, Thos., Corry, Hamiltonsbawn
Wallace, Thos., carpenter, Bryandrum
Waugh, Mrs. Jane, Drumahee, Armagh
Whiteside, James, Killycopple, Collone, Armagh
Whiteside, Robert, Shanecracken
Whiteside, Thos., stone mason, Kilbracks
Williamson, John, Shanecracken
Williamson, Walter, Cornacrew
Williamson, Wm., Drumman, Hamiltonsbawn
Williamson, Wm. T., Segahan, Tassagh
Wilson, Daniel, Denismullen
Wilson, David, Cavanagrove
Wilson, James, butcher, Lurgaboy
Wilson, James, Edenkennedy
Wilson, Jas., Drumbeecross, Collone, Armagh
Wilson, Robert, Ballymacauly, Drumahee, Armagh
Wilson, Robert, Denismullen
Wilson, T., Cavanagrove, Drumahee, Armagh
Wilson, Wm., Cavanagrove, Drumahee
Wolsley-Henry, Monburg


          Anciently called Moirath, is a post town in the County Down, situated ob the road from Belfast to Armagh, within half a mile of the Great Northern Railway Station. The town, though small, is clean, and consists of one long, spacious street, containing a handsome Courthouse. Petty Sessions are held on the last Wednesday of each month. The Church was erected at the joint expense of Sir John Rawdon and the Earl of Hillsborough. It is a large Gothic edifice, with a square tower, surmounted by a spire, and, from its situation above the town forms a conspicuous and picturesque object in this well-planted district. Lord Deramore is now the owner of the Moira estate. Fairs are held on the first Thursday in February, May, August and November

Post Office
Petty Sessions held last Wednesday in every month. Magistrates - Messrs. Geo. R. McIlroy, R.M., H. P. Watson, George Bailie, Dr. Boucher, James Hammond, Geo. Rodgers, A. E. Brush, W. J. Agnew, Alfred Waddell. Clerk of Petty Sessions - H. C. Hunter
Dr. Evelyn Russell, Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths and Dispensary Officer
R.U. Constabulary - Sergeant A. Meenehan
Barony Cess Collector - John Taylor
Northern Banking Co.
Ulster Bank


Church of Ireland - St. John's, Rev. W. E. Hurst
Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. G. McFarland
Methodist Church - Rev. R. Wesley Oliver
Unitarian Church - Supplied from Banbridge


Agnew, Wm. John, farmer
Allen, Jas., farmer, Gortnamoney House
Allen, Wm., mechanic
Archer, Wm., teacher Megaberry N.S.
Armstrong, James, fowl dealer

Balmer, William, farmer, Yew-tree Hill, Megaberry
Banks, James, labourer
Banks, Jos., fowl dealer
Banks, Mrs. M. A., letter carrier
Bateman, Henry, farmer, Edenmore
Bateman, Isaac, farmer, The Forest
Bateman, John, spirit dealer
Bateman, Swift, farmer, Edenmore
Beattie, James, farmer, Beattie's Quay
Beattie, William, farmer, Grove Hill
Beckitt, Matthew, farmer, Gortnamoney
Beckitt, Wm., farmer, The Glen
Best, Wm., Broom Mount
Boyce, Mrs. Robert, farmer, Megaberry
Boyce, Wm., farmer, Megaberry
Boyle, Arthur, farmer
Boyle, Robert, farmer, Ladybridge
Boyle, T., coal merchant, Ladybridge
Brown. James, farmer, Tullaleoob
Brown, Thos., shoe maker
Brownlie, A., farmer, Bottear
Brownrigg, Henry Hill, Fairmount House
Bunting, John
Bunting, J. H., N.S. teacher
Bunting, Mrs. F. E., N.S. teacher
Bunting, W. J., shoemaker
Burns, Charles, farmer, Gortnamoney
Burns, Joseph, shoemaker

Carlisle, Mrs., Railway Tavern
Catney, James, farmer and coal merchant, Lurganville
Clarke, Miss
Clarke, Miss W., teacher Bottear N.S.
Clarke, Wm., publican
Crooks, Thomas, farmer, Trumery
Culbert, Jacob, Primrose Hill, Megaberry

Dobbin, Thos., farmer, Boyle's Bridge
Donaghy, Charles, ex-R.I.C.
Douglass, Miss

Erwin, George, farmer, Fortwilliam
Erwin, John, dairyman
Erwin, Joseph H., grocer and dairyman

Farley, Mrs., publican, &c., Thorn Brook
Fletcher, James, farmer, Avenue Foot
Fletcher, Mrs., farmer, Avenue Foot

Gamble, N., boot and shoe maker
Grant, Miss B. and N., agent for white work
Grant, William
Green, S., Agent for the "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News," Aghalee
Green, Thomas, farmer and cattle dealer
Greer, James B., Drumbane, farmer
Greer, Robert, farmer, Bottear House

Hall, James, land steward
Hammond, James, farmer, Lagan View
Harrison, ?, farmer, Waringfield
Heaney, Mrs., dairy
Heaney, John, farmer, Laney
Hendry, Miss, draper
Hercules, Jordan, farmer, Drumbane
Hewitt, Alfred, carpenter
Hewitt, Mrs., farmer, Legmore
Hill, Joseph, grocer, Megaberry
Hull, J. E., Kiln View Cottage
Hull, Robert, lime burner, Megaberry
Hull, Samuel, boot and shoe maker
Hull, W. J., farmer and carpenter, Lisnabellaw

Irwin, Gardner, farmer, Turmra House
Irwin, Thomas, sexton Presbyterian Church

Johnston, John, farmer, Legmore

Kearney, Edward, farmer, Bottear
Kerr, Mrs., farmer, Darginstown
Kerr, Wm., ex-R.I.C.

Lavery, Charles Bann, weaving and white work, Avenue Foot, Moira
Lavery, Hugh P., weaver
Lavery, Miss, dress maker
Law, James, tailor
Law, Thomas, farmer, Laney
Lennon, J. J.
Livingston, Miss I., dressmaker
Logan, Mrs. Isaac, farmer, Ballymagarahan
Logan, Jas., farmer, Church Hill
Luttleham, E. S., Lurganville N.S.
Lynass, John, farmer, Tullyard

Magee, Anthony, farmer
Martin, J. G., farmer, Feney
Marwood, W. J.
Menary, Mrs.
Morrow, Francis, publican, Megaberry
Mulholland, Mrs., farmer, Eden Hill
Murphy, Joseph John, farmer, Flatfield
McCartney, James, butcher
McCartney, James, labourer
McCartney, John, labourer
McCaw, Anthony, precentor United Presbyterian Church
McCaw, Fredk., & Co., Moira Hemstitching Co.
McClean, James, tailor
McClelland, Alexander, shop keeper
McClelland, Wm., railway porter
McConnell, Arthur, farmer
McConnell, Fred.
McCorry, Wm., surface man
McCullough, John, farmer, Hunter's Hall
McCullough, Thomas, farmer
McDowell, R., agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
McEavery, John, jun., farmer, Trumery
McGeown, Miss
McLoughlin, Mrs., teacher Maramesk N.S.
McNallen, James, letter carrier

North, John, school attendance officer
North, R. W., grocer

Palmer, Job, grocer
Patterson, Isaac, farmer, Legmore

Reynolds, George, tailor
Ruddell, Miss, grocer, Deramore Arms Hotel
Ruddell, Mrs., postmistress
Ruddel, T., grocer and estate agent, Moira
Ruddell, Wm. J., automobile engineer
Russell, William, farmer, Megaberry

Spence, Henry, farmer, Megaberry
Stewart, Mrs., N.S. teacher
Stewart, T. E., Bottear N.S.
Swain, Edward, farmer, Moira
Swain, James, farmer, New Orchard

Thompson, Robt. J., labourer
Titterington, John, farmer, Trumery
Turkington, Charles, smith and plough maker
Turkington, Mrs., agent for white works
Turkington, Oliver, farmer
Turkington, Robert, letter carrier
Turner, James, farmer

Uprichard, Mrs., entertainment, lodging , and grocer

Waddel, Alfred, J.P., farmer
Watson, W. J., farmer, Bay-tree Hill
Weir, Miss Annie, sexton of Methodist Chapel
Wells, Wesley farmer, Legmore
Wilson, Andrew, farmer, Clare Hill
Wilson, Mrs. Sarah, Berkwick Hall


          Is in the County Derry, 32 Irish miles W.N.W. from Belfast. The Worshipful Drapers' Company of London, who formerly owned the town and a large tract of the adjacent country (county?), have now disposed of a large part of their property to the tenants. The remainder has been kindly handed over to a local committee, called "The Manor of Drapers Charity," who manager it for the benefit of the community. The town is the centre of an extensive fruit growing district, which has been selected by the Department of Agriculture as one of three centres for experimenting upon. The population in 1911 was 514

Post Office - Mrs. E. Harris, postmistress; Miss S. Elder, assistant
Magistrates - Col. W. A. Lenox-Conyngham, James Leeper, Wellbrook; J. E. Gunning, Manor House; Wm. Ekin, Rock Spring; H. E. Thompson, Ultimo House, Coagh; T. Crilly, Lissan; Patrick Devlin, Moneymore; James McGarvey, Dirnan; Robt. Cousley, Moymulmurry; Andrew Brown, Ballyeglish; H. Devlin, Dunronan; Rowley Elliott, Coagh; James Fairley, Tamnadoey
Petty Sessions Clerk - Thomas Pattleton
Drapers' Charity Office - A. Boyd, clerk
R.U.C. - Sergeant Davis and eight constables


Church of Ireland - Rev. J. R. McKim, M.A., rector; Ballyeglish, Rev. J. G. Meissner, rector; Ballinderry, Rev. Mr. Kinch; rector; Lissan, Rev. C. A. B. Millington, rector; Tamlaght, Rev. F. H. Kinch
First and Second Presbyterian Churches - Rev. W. J. McGeagh; Ballygoney, Rev. Mr. Entrican; Lecumpher, Rev. R. McCammon; Saltersland, Rev. Thomas McCandless
Methodist Church - Minister, various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. O. McEleavy, P.P.; Rev. Donnelly, C.C.; Coagh and Drummullen, Rev. Donnelly, P.P.; Ballinderry, Rev. Hugh Taggart, P.P.


Belfast Bank Limited (Cookstown branch) - T. A. Ekin, manager. Open daily


Moneymore Co-operative Agricultural and Dairy Society Ltd. - President, Robert Cousley; manageress, Miss Burnett; with auxiliaries at Castledawson, Desertmartin, and Lissan
Moneymore Co-operative Stores, Ltd. - President, Robt. Cousley; secretary, Wm. Sloan; manager, Charles McKee
Coagh Loan and Monetary Co. Ltd. - Thompson Bell, manager


St. Patrick's N.S. - Hugh Toal, teacher
National Male School - T. A. Lisk, master
National Female School - Miss Orr, teacher; Miss Trotter, assistant


Medical Profession - A. W. P. Todd, M.D., attendant at Drapers' and Union Dispensary, and registrar of births, deaths, and marriages; Dr. Brown, Dispensary, Coagh, registrar of births, deaths, &c.


Adams, J., Ballymenagh N.S.
Agnew, Alexander, painter, Coltrim
Agnew, James, painter
Alexander, David, farmer, Larrycormick
Alexander, Miss, teacher, Cairndaisy
Andrew, W. J., farmer, Dunronan

Badger, Samuel, grocer and egg merchant, Gortagilly
Banks, Miss M., dress maker
Barr, Mrs.
Bell, George, shipping agent, grocer and hardware merchant and general draper
Bell, G., farmer, Moneyhaw
Bell, John, farmer, Turnaface
Bell, Richardson, farmer, Doneybraggy
Bell, Thomas, farmer, Boherbuoy Cottage
Ben, William, farmer, Moneyhaw
Bigger, T., farmer, Maghadore
Blaney, Thomas, grocer and general merchant
Boyce, A.
Boyce, T., blacksmith, Carradarragh
Boyd, Alex., secretary, Drapers' Trust
Bradford, Ernest, farmer, Carradarragh
Bradley, Miss
Brennan, Miss B.
Brown, Andrew, J.P., Co.C., farmer, Ballyeglish
Brown, John, farmer, Ballynenagh
Brown, Joseph, farmer, Ballyeglish
Brown, Joseph
Brown, J., & Sons, Ballygurk Mills
Brown, Mrs.
Brown, T., motor mechanic
Brown, William J., postman and cycle mechanic
Brown, William J., farmer, Moneyhaw
Burnett, Miss, head dairymaid and manageress
Burns, D., grocer, Cranny
Burns, M., spirit merchant
Byrne, Mrs. Henry

Carleton, John, farmer
Carleton, Matthew, grocer
Carmichael, Jas., farmer, Gortanewry
Chambers, James, farmer and mill owner, Larrycormick
Chambers, Thomas, grocer and dealer
Chambers, Wm., confectioner
Clarke, J.
Corey, James, farmer, Maghadone
Corey, J., grocer, Maghadone
Corey, Patrick, farmer, Gortagilly
Costello, Miss, spirit merchant
Cousley, Robert, farmer and auctioneer, Moymulmurray
Cousley, Robert, J.P., farmer, Gortagilly
Cousley, William, farmer, Gortagilly
Cowan, John H., farmer and mill owner, Annahavill
Crooks, Mrs., Ashvale
Crooks, Miss E.
Crooks, R., postman
Crooks, T. J., grocer, Letteran

Davidson, Andrew, The Cottage, Springhill
Devlin, Edward, farmer, Dunronan
Devlin, Hugh, farmer. Dunronan
Devlin, John, farmer, Dunronan
Devlin, Patrick, J.P., grocer, provision, coal and lime merchant
Diamond, James, tailor
Duff, James, farmer, Desertlynn
Duff, James, farmer, mill owner, Churchill
Duff, John, farmer, Churchhill

Farley, James, farmer, Tamnadoey
Farquahar, Miss, teacher Cranny N.S.
Ferguson, Mrs.
Ferguson, William, railway porter
Fields, Alex., civil bill officer
Fields, Miss, assistant Carradarragh N.S.
Fields, Robert, Stonard Street
Fleming, Charles, Ballinderry N.S.
Ford, H., R.U.C.
Forsythe, Hugh, farmer, Tullybuoy
Forsythe, John, farmer, Coltrim
Forsythe, J., farmer, Coltrim
Forsythe, Mrs.

Garvin, G. R., farmer, Tamnodoey
Garvin, T., mechanic
George, Charles, farmer, Ballindrum
George, Mrs., farmer, Carradarragh
Glover, John, contractor
Glover, J. & G., farmers, Tamnadoey
Good, Robert, grocer
Graham, Henry, horse shoer
Graham, R., hairdresser
Graham, Thos., shoemaker
Greer, Henry, labourer
Greer, Miss, Ballygoney N.S.
Greer, Wm., painter and decorator
Guidera, P. J., motor establishment

Halligan, Bernard, horse shoer
Hanna, Misses, Circular Road
Hanna, Thomas, tailor and draper
Harbison, Henry, spirit merchant
Harris, George A., farmer, Movmulmurray
Harris, Robert, M.R.C.V.S.
Harris & Co., agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News", also grocers and stationers
Harte, Edward
Harte, Jos., dealer
Hartley, Samuel, farmer, Coltrim
Hartley, Samuel, postman
Hegarty, T., drill instructor
Henderson, E., farmer, Moneyhaw
Henry, Miss, teacher, Carradarragh
Higginson, Robert, farmer, Gortagilly
Hogg, Alexander, farmer, Ballyeglish
Hogg, James, flesher
Hogg, James, Ashvale
Hogg, Joseph, farmer, Maghadone
Hogg, William S.
Huey, George, postman
Hunter, Mrs., farmer, Turnface
Hunter, Samuel, farmer, Coltrim
Hunter, Samuel, farmer, Doneybraggy
Hunter, William, farmer, Turnaface
Hutchinson, James, farmer, Coltrim
Hutchinson, John, farmer, Ballygurk
Hutchinson, Mrs., dress maker and draper
Hutchinson, R. J., farmer
Hutchinson, T. J., farmer, Ballygurk
Hutchison, William, millwright and carpenter

Johnston, Geo., drill instructor
Johnston, J., postman
Johnston, Mrs., farmer, Ballindrum

Kingston, Mrs.

Lawrence, R., farmer, Moneyhaw
Lawrence, Robert, farmer, Quilly
Lee, Miss
Lenox-Conyngham, Colonel W. A., Springhill
Lindsay, R. J., farmer, Gortagilly
Loane, W., shoe maker
Loughrey, Mrs. J.
Lowry, James V., Ballindrum
Lynn, M., farmer, Ballylifford

Malone, Miss, dress maker
Marshall, Albert, farmer, Gortagilly
Marshall, John, farmer, Ballynenagh
Marshall, Robert, farmer, Larrycormick
Mears, James, farmer, Moymulmurry
Megaw, Mrs.
Megaw, Robert, farmer and mill owner
Mid-Ulster Motor Works - R. W. Harris, proprietor
Millar, S. J., B.A., solicitor, Circular Road
Millar, J., farmer, Tamnadoey
Miller, Robt., farmer, Drumeen
Milligan, J., R.U.C.
Minnis, Mrs., Trainview House
Mitchell, David, carpenter
Mitchell, J., farmer, Quilly
Mitchell, Robt., farmer, Larrycormick
Mitchell, Thomas, farmer, Quilly
Mitchell, Wm., farmer, Larrycormick
Molloy, Samuel, scutcher
Monaghan, Chas., teacher Loop N.S.
Montgomery, John
Moore, John, postman
Mulholland, Mrs. A., refreshment rooms
Mulholland, B., grocer
Mulholland, James, butcher
Mulholland, J., labourer
Mulholland, Miss Margaret
Murphy, Herbert, farmer, Tulnagee
Murphy, John, farmer, Carndaisy
Murphy, S., farmer, Carradargh

McAuley, Daniel, publican
McDowell, James (Inglis & Co.)
McFadden, J., Gortagilly N.S.
McFadden, Mrs., music teacher
McGeagh, J. F.
McGuiggan, Mrs., grocer
McIntyre, R., blacksmith
McIver, Wm., M.D. and coroner
McKee, H. & T., farmers, Moneymore
McKenna, James
McKinney, Danl., labourer
McLernon, P., station master
McNally, S. J., postman
McNanney, William, farmer, Ballindrum
McOscar, ?, Ballinderry N.S.
McQuillan, Patk., dealer
McWilliams, W., railway employee

Orr, Miss, principal, Girls' N.S.
Orr, John, motor establishment
O'Brien, P., farmer, Ballindrum

Palmer, John, farmer, Moneyhaw
Pattleton, R., motor engineer
Pattleton, Thomas, C.P.S.
Pierce, Mrs. J., farmer, Doluskey
Pierce, Robert, farmer, Ballygrooby
Pierce, William, farmer, Ballygrooby
Porter, William

Rankin, John, potato merchant
Rankin, J., grocer
Rankin, Robert, motor establishment
Reid, Samuel, grocer and farmer

Sandford, Mrs., Circular Road
Sargent, E., motor establishment
Sargent, Miss, A.L.C.M., music teacher
Sargent, Mrs., Temperance Hotel
Scullan, Mrs., spirit grocer, Loop
Scullan, William J., grocer and sub-postmaster, Loop
Shaw, Robert, carpenter
Simpson, James, farmer, Ballymully
Simpson, Mary
Sloan, William G., grocer, Annahavil, agent for "Belfast Weekly News"
Souter, David
Stewart, C, posting establishment
Stewart, Joseph, tailor
Stewart, Miss

Taylor, Mrs.
Taylor, Mrs., laundry
Teaney, John, publican
Thompson, Hugh, farmer, Ballindrum
Thompson, Miss, assistant Gortagilly N.S.
Toal, Hugh, teacher St. Patrick's N.S.
Toal, Mrs., assistant St. Patrick's N.S.
Todd, Dr., Restville
Trotter, Miss, assistant, Girls' N.S.

Vincent, Sarah

Weir, Alexander, farmer, Crossimea
Weir, Alex., grocer
Weir, Miss, Ballynenagh N.S.
White, John, farmer, Desertlyn
Wilson, Robert, posting establishment
Wilson, Thomas J.
Woods, John, water bailiff
Woods, Robert, poulterer
Wylie, Catherine
Wylie, John, scutcher
Wylie, Sampson, farmer, Ballygrooly


Trains from Belfast, Cookstown, Dublin, Londonderry, &c. Station master, Mr. McLernon. In connection with mail trains, a motor conveys the mails and passengers to Coagh twice daily, at 8-30 a.m. and 5-40 p.m.


          A small village close to Moneymore. A Co-operative creamery is now working in the village. Petty Sessions are held the second Tuesday of each month. Mr. Thomas Pattleton, C.P.S., Moneymore and Coagh, attends every Monday
R.U.C. - Sergeant McClelland and 8 constables


Bell, Mrs., grocer
Bell, R. W., farmer, Windmill
Bell, T. W., farmer
Blackstock, W. J., farmer, Ballygoney
Bradley, Alexander, carpenter
Brown, Dr., M.B.
Burgess, R., M.D., J.P.
Carson, Joseph, farmer, Ballydawley
Charlton, William, postman
Connolly, Felix, farmer
Cooke, Michael, sergt. R.U.C.
Creighton, Samuel, motor and cycle mechanic
Darragh, Mrs., spirit merchant, Ballinderry Bridge
Devlin, E., spirit merchant, Kinrush
Dickson, Hugh, farmer, Lower Coagh
Doherty, John, farmer
Donnelly, P., P.P.
Drummond, P., hotel
Duff Bros., spinners and corn mill
Duff, Hugh, J.P.
Duff, Mrs., assistant Coagh N.S.
Duff, William, inspector fisheries
Duff, Wm., spirit merchant, Drumaney and Newport Trench
Ekin, W. & J., farmers, Ultimo House
Elliott, J. R., J.P.
Elliott, J. R., & Son, Grocers, Agents for the "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Elliott, Rowey, J.P., postmaster
Ewing, Charles, grocer, Bellagherty
Farrell, Robert, rate collector, Arboe
Farrell, Thomas, farmer, Tamnavalley
Feely, John
Feely, Miss, Coagh N.S.
Feely, Miss, Moortown N.S.
Ferguson, Thomas, farmer, Silverhill
Fields, James, postman
Flack, Hugh, spirit merchant, grocer and farmer
Fleming, T. J., Tamlaght N.S.
Gibson, William, carpenter
Gillien, Miss, teacher, Arboe N.S.
Hagan, George, mail car driver
Hagan, Miss, posting establishment
Hagan, Robert, posting establishment
Hagan, Thomas, posting establishment
Hickie, Miss, assistant Tamlaght N.S.
Hughes, James, baker
Kielty, Hugh, posting establishment
Kielty, Miss
Kielty, Samuel, postman
Kinch, Rev. F. H.
Lapsley, James, farmer, Tamnavalley
Lavery, F., spirit merchant, Ardain
Leaney, Francis, spirit grocer
Maynes, James, postman
McCorkell, W., water bailiff
McCormick, Andrew, farmer, Brookend
McCormick, Mrs., farmer, Brookend
McGovern, Miss, dairy maid
McIntyre, John, spirit merchant and sub-postmaster, Ballinderry Bridge
McKee, Mrs. A., publican, Ballylifford
McKee, Lancelot, implement agent, Ballydawley
McKiver, Robert, shoe maker
McKiver, Thomas, tailor
McMullen, Rev. P., P.P.
McVey, Patrick, hardware and spirit grocer
Neeson, F., school master
O'Neill, Ambrose, grocer, Arboe
O'Neill, Miss A., clerk
Peters, ?, manager Coagh Dairy
Phelan, Miss
Spiers, J., J.P., draper
Stewart, H. R., draper and shipping agent
Tomb, Hugh, Coagh N.S.
Young, W. T., draper


Armstrong, Wm., farmer, Ballynuey
Beattie, Henry, farmer, Ballydawley
Beatty, Henry, Ballydawley
Bell, Mrs. A., farmer, Drumads
Bell, Thompson, mill owner, Drumconvis
Blackstock, John, farmer, Ballygoney
Ekin, W. & J., farmers, Ultimo House
Ferguson, A., farmer, Ballygoney
Ferguson, John, farmer, Ballymoile
George, R. and T., farmers, Ruskey
Gibson, Joseph, Lanaglug
Gray, Robert, farmer, Ballynargin
Hamilton, Thomas, farmer, Drumads
Keilty, John, farmer, Coagh
Knipe, H. S., farmer, Ballynargin
Lavery, F., spirit merchant, Adain
Lennox, Thos., farmer, Ballydowley
Quinn, T., hardware and spirit grocer
Sloan, R. K., farmer, Crosspatrick
Sloan, W. J., farmer, Ballydawley


         An inland town in North Antrim, situate on the main road mid-way between Ballycastle and Ballymoney, three miles north of Stranocum Station on the Ballycastle line. It stands in the centre of a fertile, prosperous, and well-cultivated agricultural district. Two flax scutching mills and one corn mill stands in close proximity. The two hiring fairs, the most ancient on record, are held on 21st May and 21st November. Employers and those seeking employment for miles distant meet at these fairs, where engagements are entered into for the succeeding six months. Cattle fairs are also held on 13th February and 21st July.

Post office - James Steele, postmaster


Church of Ireland, Drumtullagh - Rev. T. W. Willis, M.A.
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Thomas Heney, B.A.


National Schools - Presbyterian, Miss Irwin, principal; Miss Gillespie, assistant.  Church of Ireland, Drumtullagh, J. Glass, principal; Miss McConachie, assistant
Northern Bank Agency - Manager, J. Boyd
Registrar of Births and Deaths - Dr. J. Dunlop, Straidkillen House, Bushmills
Registrar of Marriages - Mr. D. McKinlay, Ballycastle


Black, Louis, Moycraig
Black, Mrs., Moycraig
Boyd, Patrick, butcher
Chestnut, Alex., school teacher
Chestnut, James, sen., shoe maker
Chrstie, Miss, Ballinagarvey (Christie)
Connolly, John, publican and garage owner
Coyles, Daniel
Creith, Nathaniel, J.P., R.D.C., Carnanmore
Cunningham, Mrs., Ederone
Dunlop, Dr. J., J.P., registrar of births and death
Ellison, Herbert, flax scutcher
Ellison, Louie, blacksmith
Feeney, David, flax dresser
Gillen, Elizabeth
Glass, Mrs. Andrew. grocer
Glass, Wm. A., farmer
Kane, Mrs.
Kelly, David, surface man
Kyle, Wm. J., farmer
Lindsay, R. J., farmer
Linnegan, James, flax dresser
Lyons, Andrew, labourer
Lyons, Hannah
Lyons, James D., corn miller
Milliken, John, flax scutcher
Moore, James, J.P., R.D.C., Carrowreagh
Moore, William, labourer
Munnis, Daniel, farmer and cattle dealer
McLean, James, boot maker
McConaghy, Robt., farmer, Moycraig
McCormick, Wm. C., boot maker
McCrellis, Mrs. James
McCurdy, Mrs., farmer, Newbuildings
McEwan, Mrs., flesher
McFadden, John, carter
McIntyre, Mrs.
McKay, Alfred, farmer and cattle dealer, Knockmore
McKay, Daniel, mill owner and farmer
McKinney, Robert, grocer
McLernan, Daniel, cooper
McMullan, Mrs., Lisnagat
McMullan, John, butcher
McNeill, Adam, J.P., Gardenvale
McVicker, James, farmer, Lisnagat
Nichol, Aeneas, flax dresser
Nichol, Aeneas, sen.
Peters, George, labourer
Pollock, David, farmer, Glasseneerin
Simpson, John
Simpson, John, farmer, Clegnagh
Simpson, John, jun., flax dresser
Smith, John, farmer, Islandcorr
Steele, James, farmer, Moycraig
Steele, James, publican
Steele, Miss, Glaseneerin
Steele, Robert, farmer, Islandcorr
Stevenson, Daniel, farmer
Taggart, James, tailor
Taggart, Mrs. John, dress maker
Taggart, Thomas, farmer, Moycraig
Thompson, George, mill owner
White, Thos., farmer, Newbuildings


  Moy is a small town in County Tyrone, 49 miles S.W. from Belfast, situated on the River Blackwater, on the road from Armagh to Dungannon. It was designed in the year 1764 by the Hon. Earl of Charlemont, the proprietor, after the plan of Marengo in Italy. On the first Friday of every month is held one of the best attended horse fairs in the North of Ireland. Population 471. The shops' half-holiday is on Wednesday

  Charlemont, a town in County Armagh, is divided from Moy by the Blackwater River, over which is a neat stone bridge of three arches, built about 1706, and rebuilt in 1859 by the two counties - Tyrone and Armagh. It is a perfect model in style and architecture, and adds considerably to the town it unites together, as well as the magnificent entrance to the residence of the Earl of Charlemont, adjoining. The town has a factory for making waterproof garments. The population in 1911 was 166

Post Office, Charlemont Square, Moy - Mrs. Cairns, postmistress
Banks - Ulster - Branch from Armagh every Friday; Bank of Ireland - Branch from Armagh first Friday every month
Belfast Bank - Attendance from Dungannon first Friday on every month
Dispensary - Open on Mondays and Fridays - (Registrar for births and marriages) - Dr. Theodore Browne
Constabulary Station, Charlemont Square, Moy - Sergeant Atkinson


Church of Ireland, Moy - Rev. J. H. Lucas, rector. Charlemont - Rev. A. F. B. Tunstall, M.A., incumbent. Killyman - Rev. H. E. Hardy, M.A.
Presbyterian Church, Moy - Rev. R. J. M. Park, M.A., C.F.
Methodist Church, Moy - Rev. J. W. Stutt and Rev. D. C. Hutchinson
Roman Catholic Chapel, Moy - Rev. Patrick Quinn, P.P.; Rev. J. Boyle, C.C.


Church National Schools - Moy, R. Johnston, and Mrs. Johnston, Miss Devlin, and Miss Jones, teachers
Roman Catholic National School - P. McMenamy and Mrs. Byrne, teachers
Aughanlig School - J. Twomey, teacher


Allman, Rev. W. B., Benburb
Atkinson, Henry, C.P.S., Anamoy, Blackwatertown

Bamford, Walter, Charlemont Street, Moy
Barcroft, Miss, Dree House, Moy
Barcrofts, Ltd., Redford Mills, Moy
Bell, Henry, grocer, Blackwaterstown
Bond, Sir Walter McGeough, The Argory
Bookless, T., motor engineer, Dungannon Street
Browne, James, postman, Charlemont Street
Browne, Theodore, M.D., registrar births, marriages and deaths, Benburb
Browne, Mrs., Dungannon Street
Browning, Mrs., Redford House, Moy
Burton, Samuel, school attendance officer, Tullygoney
Byrne, Jas., teacher, Blackwatertown
Byrne, Mrs., teacher, The Square

Cairns, Mrs., postmistress, The Square
Campbell, John, motor hirer, Charlemont
Campbell, Patrick, postman, The Square
Campbell, Thomas, carrier, Dungannon Street
Carbery, John, fowl dealer, Clonmore, Moy
Casey, Jas., spirit dealer, Benburb
Cassidy, Patrick, carter, Killyman Street
Chapman, R. S., Dartrey Lodge, Moy
Clancy, Mrs., spirit dealer, Charlemont
Clarke, J., horse shoer, &c., Killyman Street
Clayton, David, tailor, Charlemont Street
Clements, Thos., game keeper, Rexboro, Moy
Coleman, Bernard, Moy Square
Colgan, J., Charlemont
Conroy, Edward, cattle dealer, Charlemont Street
Cotton, Mrs. R., post office and grocer, Derrylee
Cowdy, A. W., Greenhall
Cowdy, Anthony, & Sons, linen manufacturers, Greenhall, Loughgall
Cowdy, Edward, J.P., D.L., Co.C.
Cromie, E., butcher, Charlemont Street
Cross, Miss, Killyman Road
Cross, Mrs., The Square, Moy
Cullen, John, postman, Roxboro' Cottages
Cullen, Thomas, Charlemont Street
Curran, George, Fairlawn, Moy
Curran, John, coach builder, Charlemont

Daly, Sarah, spirit dealer, Dungannon Street
Dawson, Lucinda, spirit dealer, Charlemont Street
Deasy, Mrs. J., spirit dealer, Charlemont
Devlin, J., teacher, Benburb
Dickson, Wm., farmer, Charlemont
Dilworth, Mrs., grocer and tin warehouse, undertaker, Killyman Street
Dilworth, Mrs. Anna, spirit dealer, Killyman Street
Doherty, John, tinsmith, Charlemont
Duke, William, shoe maker, Charlemont

Erskine, Jackson, J.P., Trewmount, Moy

Farmer, James H., builder and contractor, Culrevog, Moy
Farr, W. J., Moy
Farrel, Mrs., teacher, Killyman
Fergus, S., M.D., registrar births, marriages, and deaths, Blackwatertown
Ferguson, Joseph, harness maker
Finn, Miss, post office, Blackwatertown
Finn, Thomas, publican, Charlemont
Forker, J., fowl dealer
Fox, David, Churchill, Moy
Fox, Felix, grocer, &c., Blackwatertown
Fox, Thomas, spirit dealer, Killyman Street
Frazer, W. J., grocer and coal merchant, Battleford Bridge, Moy
Frizelle, Dilworth, shoe maker, Laghey, Moy
Fullerton, Mrs., The Square

Gallagher, David, Grange House
Gallagher, Wm., G.P.O. letter carrier, Charlemont Street
Gallagher, W. J., butcher, Killyman Street, Moy
Graham, James, peat works, Derrylee
Greer, George, J.P., Rhone Hill, Moy
Greer, Miss, Grange Park, Moy
Greeves, R. D., auctioneer and farmer, Grange, Moy
Greeves, T. W., Grange, Moy
Grimason, Thomas, tailor, Moy Square

Hagan, Thomas, publican, Moy
Hamill, George, farmer, Charlemont
Hamill, Thomas, summon server, Moy
Hanna, W., auctioneer, Charlemont, Moy
Hardy, Rev. H. E., M.A., Killyman, Moy
Harkin, P., cloths dealer, Moy
Harper, Mrs. S., publican, Moy
Hazelton, Jas., horse dealer, Seyloran, Moy
Hegan, James, hardware merchant, Moy
Henderson, Mrs., dress maker, Dungannon Street
Henry, Mrs., Dungannon Street
Henry, Robt. A., Temperance Hotel, Dungannon Street
Henry, S. J., creamery manager, Killyman, Moy
Hobson, George, Killyman Street
Hobson, Susan H., haberdasher, Killyman Street
Hobson, W. F., draper and house furnisher, Killyman Street
Holmes, Joseph, Killyman Street
Hughes, Alex., tailor, Killyman Street
Hughes, Doran, J.P., Aughanlig, Moy
Hughes, James, spirit dealer, Killyman Street
Hughes, Miss, draper, Dungannon Street, Moy
Hughes, S., grocer, Dungannon Street, Moy

Igoe, Mrs., Dungannon Street
Irwin, Andrew, farmer, Stilloga
Irwin, Johnston, farmer, Carrowbeg
Irwin, W. J., solicitor, The Square, on fair days

Jamison, Thos., post carrier, Dungannon Street
Jenkinson, H., postman and sexton, The Square
Jenkinson, Thomas, Moy Square
Jones, Wm., carpenter, Moy Square
Johnston, John, process server, Keenaghan
Johnston, Mrs., draper, Charlemont Street, Moy
Johnstone, R., school teacher, Dungannon Street

Kelly, Felix, spirit dealer, grocer, Charlemont
Kelly, John, spirit merchant, The Square
Kelly, M. J., J.P., Glebe Cottage, Moy
Kennedy, James, Listanlet, Moy
Kidd, John, Culkeeran, Moy
Killyman Co-operative Agricultural and Dairy Society Limited, Killyman
Kilpatrick, Henry, Dungannon Street
Kilpatrick, Samuel, Dungannon Street
Kydd, John, Drumgold, Moy

Laird, Jas., const. R.U.C., The Square, Moy
Laverty, Bernard, horse dealer, The Square
Laverty, Robert, horse dealer, Dungannon Street
Lawthers, T. J., station master, Trew
Lennon, Henry, J.P., Derryoughill, Moy
Leslie, William, postman, Dungannon Road
Lloyd, Misses, Dree House, Moy
Locke, Wm., tailor, The Square
Lutton, John, farmer

Martin & Son, publicans, Moy
Menagh, Alex., Chapel Street
Miles, George, farmer, Charlemont
Miles, James, farmer, Gorestown, Moy
Millar, Robt., spirit dealer, Callan, Moy
Mitchell, Geo., Culrevog
Mitchell, J., landsteward, gardener, &c., The Argory, Moy
Moore, James, gardener, Moy
Morrison, Mrs., Ballycullen House, Moy
Mooney, Hugh, shoe maker, Killyman Street
Mooney, James, Charlemont
Mossman, J. M., spirit dealer, grocer, Tullyrone
Mulgrew, John, horse shoer, Dungannon Street
Muren, Constable, Dungannon Street
Murdoch, R. W., Laurelvale, Moy
Murray, David, posting establishment, funeral undertaker, Dungannon Street, Moy
Murray, Wm., grocer and draper, Killyman Street

McAnallen, M., J.P., Hotel, Moy Square
McAuley, Adam, constable R.U.C., The Square
McCaul, Thomas, Post Office, Tullyvoane
McCool, J., horse shoer, Moy
McGarry, Felix, fowl dealer, Aughanlig, Moy
McGurk, P., blacksmith, Charlemont
McHugh, Joseph, joiner, Dungannon Street
McKean, R. & H., linen manufacturers, Benburb
McKearney, P., motor hirer, Moy
McKearney, Thos., butcher, Listamlet, Moy
McKearney, Thos., blacksmith, The Square
McKell, Miss A., grocer and newsagent, Charlemont Street; Agent for "Belfast Weekly News"
McKenzie, James, farmer, Tullygoney House, Moy
McKeown, Joseph, farmer, Dungannon Street
McKinney, Mrs., general dealer, Charlemont
McKinty, W. H., factory manager, Benburb
McMackle, ?, hotel proprietor, Maghery, Moy
McMenamy, P., teacher, Moy
McMullen, Mrs., Charlemont Street
McMullen, Robert, seed merchant
McMullen, Thos., grocer, Culrevog
McNeice, Thomas, Listamnet
McVey, Mrs., Killyman Street

Nicholson, H. J., J.P Cranagael, Loughgall

Orr, Mrs., Moy
Orr, W. J., J.P., Lisnacroy, Benburb
O'Doherty, John, teacher, Maghery, Moy

Patrick, Thos. R., The Square, Moy
Patterson, George, farmer, Grange, Moy
Patterson, John, Grange, Moy
Patterson, John, farmer, Drumgold, Moy
Paterson, M., postal official
Patterson, Robert, Moy
Pinkerton, Robert, grocer, Charlemont
Proctor, Mrs., Tullydoey House, Moy
Purdy, John, sexton, Moy
Purdy, Richey, water diviner and well sinker, Moy

Rafferty, P., Charlemont Street, Moy
Rea, The Misses, The Square, Moy
Redford Linen Company, Redford, Moy
Reid, Daniel, Killyman Road
Richardson, Capt. John, J.P., Trew Cottage
Richardson, C., farmer, Cohanon House, Moy
Riddell, James, grocer, Moy
Riddell, John, grocer, &c., Charlemont Street
Robinson, George, painter, Roxborough Cottages
Rose-Cleland, H. S., factory manager, Redford
Rowan, Rev. Thomas, M.A., Benburb

Scott, Robt., landsteward, Roxboro', Moy
Skelton, Jonathan, spirit dealer, Benburb
Skelton, W. J. E., Maydown, Benburb
Slavin, J., const. R.U.C., The Square, Moy
Stanley, J., grocer, Lahey, Moy
Stevenson, W. E., Co.C., Grange Lodge, Moy

Teague, Henry, Killyman Street
Thompson, Geo. R., lover Hill, Moy
Thompson, James, Dungannon Road
Thompson, Robert, fruit and egg merchant, Copney, Moy
Todd, J., Drumgold, Moy
Todd, W. R., auctioneer and valuator, Glenaul, Moy
Tohall, Henry, J.P., grocer and hardware merchant, agent for Gilbey & Co., Charlemont Street
Tomney, Owen, hotel, Killyman Street
Topping, D. T., cycle agent, The Square
Tottenham, L., ex-D.I., R.I.C., The Grange
Twomey, J., teacher, Dungannon Street, Moy

Watson, Wm., Dunloe, Moy
White, Joshua, cycles and motors, The Square, Moy
White, M., postal official
Whitley, Eugene, caretaker Courthouse
Wiley, Joseph, The Square
Wiley, Thomas, grocer, Moy
Williamson, Major, M.R.C.V.S., Culkeran, Moy
Wilson, Robert, J.P., Broughadowey House, Moy
Wilson, Robert, jun., auctioneer, Moy
Wilson, Miss, The Square
Wright, Dr. F., surgeon, The Square


Trew Station to Moy and Charlemont - Cars from Murray's posting establishment attend all trains, except 7-37 a.m. and 12-30 midnight
McAnallen, M., contractor for his Majesty's mails to Trew and Moy Station at 9-20 and 3-30 p.m.


         The quiet and picturesque village of Moyallen is situated on the road from Gilford to Portadown, about a mile distant from the former town, in the midst of a beautifully wooded district. Moyallon is in the parish of Tullylish, formerly part of the property of the powerful family of Maginnis, Lords of Iveagh. It was forfeited in consequence of the part taken by the head of this family in the rebellion and massacre of Protestants in the year 1641


National School - Principal, W. Warmington; assistants, Mrs. Bell, Miss Calvert, Mr. Bell, Mr. Harrison
Orphanage - Principal, Miss Fuegard
Post Office - James Lynas, postmaster
Superintendent Registrar for Births, Marriages, and Deaths - R. J. Hamilton, Workhouse, Banbridge
Banbridge Dispensary - Attendance at Gilford every Thursday - Dr. Robert Martin, medical officer


Adair, carpenter, Moyallon
Adamson, T. L., J.P., Ballydougan, Lurgan
Atkinson, W. H., Coroner for North Armagh, Gleneyre, Portadown
Atkinson, Bunbury, Gleneyre, Portadown

Balmer, W. E., school master, Willow Cottage, Moyallon

Campbell, Arthur, land steward, Moyallon
Campbell, Joseph, caretaker, Friends' Meeting House, Moyallon
Carson, Andrew, gardener, Drumlyn Hill, Moyallon
Chambers, James, Laundry proprietor, Knocknamuckley
Cooke, Miss, confectioner, Drumlyn Hill
Conn, Samuel, Moyallon
Cowdy, Anthony, The Grange, Moyallon
Currie, George, shop assistant, Moyallon

England, Jonathan, farmer, Ballynagarrick, Gilford

Ferris, James, chauffeur, Moyallon
Fuegard, Sarah, Moyallon

Gordon, James, Stramore, Gilford

Hardy, Saml., labourer, Woodbank, Mayallon (Moyallon)
Hogg, Robert, carpenter, Moyallon
Holland, Andrew, labourer, Moyallon
Houston, D. M., merchant, Woodbank, Moyallon

Irwin, Rev. James, M.A., Presbyterian minister, Newmills, Gilford

Kelly, Sir Samuel, O.B.E., Moyallon

Lundy, Wm., labourer, Moyallon
Lutton, R., farmer, Hacknahay, Moyallon
Lynas, James, postmaster, Moyallon

MacKay, Eric., Moyallon
MacMillan, N., draper, Drumlyn Hill
Maginnis, Edward, farmer, Mullahead, Tandragee
Milne, John, Moyallon
Moore, E., gardener, Elmfield, Moyallon
Moore, Mrs., newsagent, Moyallon
Morrow, Thomas, Stramore, Gilford

McCardle, John, farmer and road contractor, Ballynagarrick, Gilford
McConville, Henry, farmer, Ballynagarrick, Gilford
McConville, Wm., farmer, Ballynagarrick, Gilford
McCormick, Robert, butler, Moyallon
McCullough, W., land steward, Stramore
McDonald, Edward, farmer, Mullahead, Tandragee

Nicholson, Jas., chauffeur, Elmfield

Pim, Miss, Moyallon

Quinn, Mrs., Moyallon

Reid, Thomas, Stramore, Gilford
Richardson, H. S., Drumlyn House, Moyallon
Richardson, Mrs., Moyallon House, Moyallon
Russell, John, labourer, Moyallon

Sandford, J., Hacknahay, Moyallon
Spence, T. H., J.P., Riverside Orchards, Moyallon
Stewart, H. Raymond, Moyallon

Topping, Jas., labourer, Elmfield, Gilford

Uprichard, W. F., J.P., Elmfield, Gilford

Woods, Captain A. R., Stramore Lodge, Gilford
Wright, Miss, secretary, Moyallon


          A thriving little village situated 16 miles from Belfast by road, and 20 miles by rail on the Midland Railway, where a very extensive business is carried on in the bleaching, dyeing, and finishing of linens, cottons, and yarns by the York Street Flax Spinning Company Ltd. It is situated on the banks of the Sixmilewater, and is noted for its splendid scenery and its walks. Part of the remains of the old Muckamore Abbey is still to be seen


Adair, Thos., farmer, Ballycraigy, Muckamore
Adams, Henry, Raceview
Alexander, Thomas, farmer, Summerhill
Allen, Hugh, Ballyrobin
Allen, Robert, Ballycraigy
Allen, William, Oldstone
Arthur, James, Summerhill, Muckamore
Ash, Miss Cassie, Abbeyview

Bamber, J., stationmaster, Islandbawn
Bannor, Rev. F. J., M.A., The Rectory, Muckamore
Barbour, James, Boghead
Barry, Daniel, Abbeyview
Baxter, Thomas, Muckamore
Beattie, George, Muckamore
Beattie, Thos., Oldstone
Beattie, Thomas, Ballyrobin
Bingham, Miss, Islandbawn
Bones, Mrs., grocer, Oldstone
Boomer, John, Abbeyview
Boomer, Wm., finisher, Islandbawn
Boyd, John, Crookedstone
Boyd, Miss, Oldstone, Muckamore
Boyd, R., Boghead
Boyd, W. K. M., Lisnataylor
Brown, John, signalman, Islandbawn
Brownlees, Wm., Summerhill
Bryson, Jas., farmer, Ballyrobin, Muckamore

Caesar, Hugh, farmer, Ballyrobin
Campbell, Erskine, Oldstone
Carlisle, Wm., farmer, Ballyrobin, Muckamore
Charters, Daniel, Islandbawn
Christie, W. H., Oldstone
Clarke, Alex., Summerhill
Clarke, Henry, farmer, Island Lodge
Clarke, John, Abbeyview
Clarke, Mrs. S. J., Oldstone
Clarke, Rev. H.
Clarke, Robert, farmer, Killead
Clarke, Samuel, New Lodge
Clarke, Wm., Summerhill
Close, Chas., Abbeyview
Close, Wm., Raceview
Clyde, Wm., farmer, Ballyrobin
Coleman, Thos., The Rookery, Muckamore
Coleman, Wm., Ballytweedy
Connon, Mrs., Islandbawn
Cooper, Mrs. R., The Crossing, Muckamore
Coulter, Thomas, yarn bleacher, Ingleside, Muckamore
County Agricultural School, Greenmount
Courtenay, Robert, Killealey
Craig, David, Abbeyview
Craig, James, Summerhill
Craig, John, Islandbawn
Craig, Robert, Oldstone
Craig, Thomas, Islandbawn
Craig, Wm., The Banks
Crawford, Edwd., The Croft, Muckamore
Crawford, John A., Ballyrobin, Muckamore
Crooks, John, Abbeyview
Crook, Wm., finisher, Abbeyview
Coulter, Thos., jun., assistant yarn bleacher, Abbeyview
Cunningham, J., farmer, Ballyrobin

Davidson, Agnes, publican, Killead
Dickie, W. P., J.P., farmer, Ballysculty
Donaldson, James, Islandbawn, Muckamore
Doole, Robert, Islandbawn
Doole, W. J., Abbeyview, Muckamore
Downey, Robert, farmer, Oldstone
Drummond, Matthew, Larkhilll
Drummond, Samuel, farmer, Ballyharvey

Ensley, Robt., farmer, Boghead, Muckamore
Entwistle, John, hon. secretary Muckamore Cricket and Lawn Tennis Club
Entwistle, John G., school master, Muckamore
Entwistle, Miss, assistant school teacher
Entwistle, Miss L., assistant school teacher
Erskine, Herbert, farmer, Seacash House, Muckamore
Erwin, Francis, The Mill
Erwin, John, Abbeyview

Ferguson, Mrs. T., farmer, Muckamore
Ferguson, Samuel, Oldstone
Fisher, Hugh, farmer, Islandbawn
Fletcher, Hugh, Islandbawn
Forsythe, R. G., District Surveyor, Islandbawn
Foster, Mrs., Ballycraigy, Muckamore
Foxe, George, Muckamore
Francey, David, Abbeyview
Fraser, ?, Roseville, Islandbawn
French, George, Ballyrobin
Fulton, David, Abbeyview

Gamble, William, Abbeyview
Gaston, James, engineer, The Green
Gawn, Miss, Ballytweedy
Geddis, Frank, The Banks
Geddis, Robt., Shanoguestown
Gibson, John, publican, Muckamore
Giffin, Norman, bleacher, Muckamore
Giffin, Thomas, Ballyarnott
Gilkes, George, Abbeyview
Gillan, Wm., Ballyrobin
Gilliland, Scott, farmer, Ballyrobin, Muckamore
Gilliland, Wm., farmer, Ballyrobin, Muckamore
Good, John, Shanoguestown
Gordon, Thomas, farmer, Bullyrobin, Muckamore (Ballyrobin)
Gourley, Miss J., Shanoguestown
Gowdy, Robt., sub-postmaster, Loanends
Graham, Andrew, Moylena
Graham, William, Ballycraigy
Graham, Wm., blacksmith, Killead
Greer, A., The Rookery, Muckamore
Greer, John, Muckamore
Grey, James, farmer, Muckamore
Griffin, Thos., farmer, Ballyarnott
Griffin, W. C., farmer, Ballyarnott
Groves, Mrs., Abbeyview

Hamill, James, Ballyrobin, Muckamore
Hamill, Hugh, The Green
Hamill, Samuel, Muckamore
Hamill, Wm. J., Raceview
Hanna, John, Greenmount
Harkness, Thomas, Raceview, Muckamore
Harper, Robert, farmer, Carmavey
Harper, Robert, farmer, Lisnataylor
Harvey, Mrs. J., Muckamore
Hawthorne, J., Raceview
Henderson, Robert, Raceview
Herbison, James, Abbeyview
Higgins, David, Islandbawn
Hill, Mrs. M. S., Tirgracey
Hill, Robert, Tirgracey
Houston, John, Moylena
Hutchinson, R. J., Summerhill

Irwin, Rev. Dr. J. A. H., Donore House, Muckamore

Jackson, George, The Green
Jamison, Mrs. Emma, Summerhill, Muckamore
Jamison, Rev. W. J., The Manse, Loanends
Jenkins, J., school master, Killead
Johnston, Alex., farmer, Broomhill, Muckamore
Johnston, Alex., Oldstone
Johnston, James, Muckamore
Johnston, James, Abbeyview
Johnston, Mrs. A., Oldstone
Johnston, Robert, Ballycraigy
Johnston, Thomas J., Abbeyview
Johnstone, William, Raceview
Joynt, Mrs., Islandbawn
Judge, Joseph, Ballyharvey

Kane, Robert, Abbeyview
Kelly, Thomas, Abbeyview
Kerr, Robt., Summerhill, Muckamore
Kilpatrick, Samuel, mason and contractor, Muckamore
King, Samuel, Muckamore
King, W. J., Raceview
Kissack, George, Islandbawn

Leitch, Hamilton, Ballyharvey
Leitch, Jas., Summerhill, Muckamore
Lewis, Mrs., farmer, Ballyrobin, Muckamore
Lilley, Richard, Abbeyview
Livingstone, James, Shanoguestown
Loane, Jas., Summerhill, Muckamore
Logan, James, The Green
Logan, Mrs. John, Old Belfast Road
Louden, Jonathan, farmer, Summerseat
Luney, Wm., The Crossing
Lyle, Samuel, farmer, Ballyrobin, Muckamore
Lynn, Thos., farmer, Ballyrobin, Muckamore

Mackey, Samuel, farmer, Killealey
Magee, James, Boghead
Magee, John, Crookedstone
Magill, Henry, Summerhill
Magill, Richard, Abbeyview
Mailey, Hugh, Greenmount
Mailey, James, Islandbawn
Mailey, John, Summerhill
Mairs, Mrs. Cathleen, Moylena
Mairs, William, Abbeyview
Marchbank, J., principal Model farm, Greenmount, Muckamore
Marcus, John, farmer, Oldstone
Marquis, Mrs. F., Tirgracey
Marrs, John, Raceview
Mayberry, Alex., Boghead
Meenan, L. A., solicitor, Ballycraigy House, Muckamore
Meenan, Patrick, Ballycraigey House, Muckamore
Millar, Laird, Gate Lodge
Millar, Robert, Raceview
Millar, Robert, farmer, Killealey
Millar, Robert, Islandbawn
Millar, Sarah, Islandbawn
Millar, Wm. John, farmer, Ballyharvey
Milligan, Alex., Ballyrobin
Milligan, Wm., farmer, Muckamore
Minford, John, farmer, Ballyarnott
Minford, Robert, farmer, Ballyrobin
Montgomery, John, Abbeyview
Montgomery, Robert, New Lodge
Montgomery, Wm., farmer, Ballytweedy, Muckamore
Montgomery, W. B., New Lodge
Moody, James, farmer, Ballyharvey
Moody, John C., farmer, Ballyharvey
Morrison, Jas., J.P., farmer, Crookedstone
Mullan, Hugh, Ballycraigy, Muckamore
Mullan, John, Abbeyview
Mulholland, Edward, Raceview
Murphy, Hugh, Ballybrophy

McAdam, Wm., farmer, Ballyrobin, Muckamore
McAfee, Adam, The Banks
McClintock, John, Greenmount
McClintock, John, Summerhill
McClintock, Mrs. Jane, Greenmount
McCluney, Thomas, farmer, Oldstone
McClung, David, farmer, Ballytweedy
McClure, John, Muckamore
McClure, Mrs., Raceview
McComb, Henry, farmer, Carmavey
McComb, Robert, Summerhill
McCormick, John, Raceview
McCormick, William, Ballyarnott
McCraith, Norman, assistant dyer
McCurdey, John, farmer, Tully
McDowell, Geo., Tirgracey, Muckamore
McDowell, T. P., Firmount, Muckamore
McElroy, Samuel, farmer, Carmavey
McErlane, Mrs., The Rookery, Muckamore
McFadden, James, The Banks
McFadden, Hugh, farmer, Oldstone
McGivern, Misses, Islandbawn
McGowan, Jas., manager, Roycroft, Muckamore
McGrath, David, Abbeyview
McGrath, James, Boghead
McIlveen, Robert, Abbeyview
McKelvey, Wm., Boghead
McLaughlin, T., school master, Loanends
McMaster, J., Raceview
McMeekin, Wm., Summerhill
McMeekin, W. J., Abbeyview
McMillan, James, Raceview
McNally, Mrs. James, The Crossing, Muckamore
McNeill, David, The Green
McNeilly, Andrew, Tirgracey
McPherson, David, farmer, Ballyrobin,
McQuillan, John, Islandbawn

Neeson, Thomas, farmer, Ballyrobin
Nicholl, Henry, dealer, Muckamore
Nicholl, James, sen., Muckamore
Nicholl, James, jun., Muckamore

O'Neill, John, farmer, Oldstone

Palmer, Wm. John, Ballyrobin
Parker, Thos., Islandbawn
Patton, John, Abbeyview
Patton, Robert, Muckamore
Picken, George, farmer, Ballyrobin
Perry, Samuel, Muckamore
Porter, David, Ballyrobin
Preston, Wm., Islandbawn

Query, John, Islandbawn
Quigley, Samuel, Muckamore
Quinn, James, Muckamore

Rainey, James, Abbeyview
Rainey, J. W., grocer, hardware merchant, &c., Islandbawn
Rainey, Mrs. A., Sub-postmistress, Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Rainey, W. J., Muckamore
Rankin, Samuel, Muckamore
Rea, Thomas J., Ballyrobin
Reade, George S., J.P., managing director York Street Flax Spinning Co. Ltd., Fingrove
Reade, H., Moylena
Reid, David, Islandbawn
Reid, Frank, publican, Killealey
Reid, Mrs. R., The Rookery, Muckamore
Reid, Wm. John, Abbeyview, Muckamore
Richardson, John, Abbeyview
Robinson, Adam, Abbeyview
Robinson, James, farmer, Ballytweedy
Rodgers, Alexander, Ballyrobin
Rodgers, George, Islandbawn
Rogers, J. E., Abbeyview
Ross, D., & Sons, grocers, &c., Rossville, Islandbawn

Scott, James, farmer, Carmavey
Scott, Robert, Summerhill
Scott, Robert, farmer, Ballyrobin
Sempey, James, Boghead
Spence, H., Moylena
Spence, Samuel, Greenmount
Staritt, W. J., Islandbawn
Steele, Alex., farmer, Ballyrobin
Steele, Samuel, Boghead
Steele, Thomas, Muckamore
Steele, Thos., jun., Ballyarnott
Stevenson, Alex., farmer, Ballyrobin
Stewart, James, farmer, Killealy
Stewart, James, Abbeyview
Stewart, Wm., farmer, Killealey
Stirling, James, Killealey
Stirling, Lizzie, Muckamore
Stirling, Samuel, The Croft
Stoupes, John, Islandbawn

Thompson, John, gardener, Oldstone
Thompson, Miss, The Grange, Muckamore
Thompson, Mrs., Rose Cottage, Muckamore
Thompson, Robert, J.P., Muckamore Abbey, Muckamore
Thompson, Robert, Raceview
Thursby, Thomas, Moylena
Torrens, Major J. A., D.L., Moylena Cottage
Totton, James, Tirgracey
Tuff, Henry, The Banks

Walker, Wm., farmer, Ballytweedy
Wallace, John, Ballyrobin
Wallace, Robt., farmer, Ballyrobin
Wallace, Thomas, publican, Carmavey
Warwick, Mrs., Clonee House, Muckamore
Watson, James, Abbeyview
White, A., farmer, Ballysculty
White, James, farmer, Tully
White, Joseph, Ballycraigy
Wilson, J. C., Shamrock Lodge, Islandbawn
Wilson, Mrs., Greenmount
Wilson, Wm., Ballyrobin, Muckamore
Witherspoon, Charles, Raceview
Witherspoon, Robert, Abbeyview
Wright, John, farmer, Muckamore