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1924 Belfast Street Directory

STREET DIRECTORIES TRANSCRIBED
1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1868 - 1877 - 1880 - 1890 - 1894
1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1909 - 1910 - 1912 - 1918 - 1924 - 1932 - 1939 - 1943 - 1947 - 1951 - 1960
1913 Tel. directory    1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)   1894 Waterford Directory
1898 Newry Directory      Bangor Spectator Directory 1970

PROVINCIAL TOWNS

1924 Index

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

Randalstown   Rasharkin   Rathfriland   Richhill   Rostrevor
Saintfield   Scarva   Seaforde   Sixmilecross   Stewartstown   Strabane   Strangford   Stranocum
Tanderagee   Toomebridge   Trillick (Co. Tyrone)   Kilskeery (Trillick)   Tynan
Upperlands
Waringstown and Donacloney   Warrenpoint   Whitehead

RANDALSTOWN

        Is a brisk little town in the County Antrim, 17 miles N.W. from Belfast (22 miles by road), and two miles north from the nearest point of Lough Neagh. The River Maine is crossed at the entrance of the town by a stone bridge of nine arches, from which one of the most charming views in Ulster may be seen, embracing the Viaduct on the Midland (N.C.C.) Railway, avenues of steady trees, and the fast flowing river, whence it pursues its course to Lough Neagh, through Shane's Castle Park. This magnificent park extends east and west for upwards of five miles through a richly wooded demesne "on Lough Neagh's banks," and is kindly thrown open to the public by its generous proprietor, Lord O'Neill, every Tuesday and Friday. There is a weekly market every Wednesday for flax, grain, pork, butter, meat, poultry, and eggs. One of the best grass-seed markets in the North of Ireland is held here. There are two fairs in the year - on the 16th July and 1st November. Population in 1911, 986

Post Office - Miss Wallace, sub-postmistress
Northern Bank - J. Adamson, manager, Bank House; cashier, J. Neill; and two junior clerks
Dispensary - Dr. T. F. Minford; R. J. Craig, medical officer

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Parish Church, Drummaul, Rev. T. J. Forsythe
Duneane Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. C. Elliott
Randalstown United Presbyterian Church (1st and 2nd Randalstown) - Rev. Joseph Wasson
Old Presbyterian Church - Rev. F. G. Bell, M.A.
Craigmore Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. C. Elliott
Wesleyan Church (Methodist) - Ministers various
Roman Catholic Church - Rev. Canon Murphy, P.P.; Rev. T. Lynch, B.A., C.C.

NATIONAL SCHOOLS

Drummaul - T. Armstrong, principal; Miss Craig and Miss Palmer, assistants
Randalstown Presbyterian - H. Houston, principal; Miss Sloan, Miss Jackson, assistants
Randalstown R.C. (Male) - T. McCormick, principal; Miss McCarville, assistant mistress (Female) - Miss McKinty, principal
R.U.C. Barracks - Sergeant Burk
Magistrates for District - G. L. Young, Robert Young, W. H. Webb, Arthur Quinn, J. P. C. Gotto, John Young, W. French
Flax Mills - Bernard Kerr, Shane's Castle, Milltown; David McClure, Artlone; Danl. McKeever, Moneynick; Robert Walker, Artlone

INHABITANTS

Agnew, S., Ltd., pharmaceutical chemists
Armstrong, R. T., school teacher

Bell, Rev. F. G.
Booth, Miss, photographer
Bunting, A., engineer, The Hermitage
Butler, Mrs., Ormonde

Carson, J. M., woollen draper
Clark, John, taxi owner
Connor, L., woollen draper
Connor, Mary, grocer
Corry, R. A.
Craig, David, watchmaker and cycle builder
Craig, James, Milltown
Craig, Richard J., rate collector and auctioneer

Doran, Mrs.

Edgar, David, saddler
Ewing, Miss

Ferguson, Rev. J. E., Neilsbrook
Fletcher, John, grocer
French, Miss, Temperance Hotel

Gillespie, John, blacksmith
Gillespie, Thomas
Gilmore, David, hair dresser
Gotto, J. P. C., J.P., Briarfield

Hall Bros., motor agents and cycle builders
Hannan, Mrs., spirit dealer
Henry, Miss, dress maker
Higgins, Bernard, grocer
Hill, William, road contractor
Hill & Winter, auctioneers
Holland, Jacob, butcher
Hurrell, Wm., butcher
Huston, Hugh, school teacher

Johnston, Robert, barber
Johnston, R. St. G., Laurel Lodge

Kelly, Leonard
Kelly, Patrick, saddler

Laverty, H., hotel & posting establishment
Lavery, Edward, publican
Lynam, B. M., L.R.C.P.S.E.

Marks, Hugh, grocer and petty sessions clerk
Martin, Rev. Wm., The Manse
Moore Bros., motor owners and cycle agents
Moore, Joseph, Main Street
Moore, Joseph H., New Street
Moore, Miss S., organist
Moore, Wm., winding master
Moorehead, James, clerk
Mulholland, A. H., clerk
Mundell, James
Mundell, Wm., Stationer and Newsagent; Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"

McAuley, Miss, The Hill
McCavana, Hugh, carrier
McClelland, J. D., chemist
McComb, A., tailor
McCune, Patrick, fruiterer
McDowell, John, farmer, grocer, and produce merchant, Clonkeen
McFadden Bros., grocers
McFadden, Mrs., grocer
McIlroy, Mrs., restaurant
McIlroy, William, boot and shoe maker
McKittrick, Mrs., boot shop
McLernon, Mrs., milliner
McManus, George, Fenhurst
McManus & Sons, steam sawing and joinery mills and builders

Nimmons, Henry, draper
Nimmons, Robert, boot maker and leather merchant
Nimmons, Robt., cycle agent, Blackrock

Old Bleach Linen Co. Ltd., linen manufacturers and linen merchants
O'Kane, Bernard, grocer and spirit dealer
O'Neill, The Right Hon. Lord, Shane's Castle

Palmer, Mrs.
Patterson, Mrs., stationer
Pearson, George, grocer and auctioneer
Peoples, James, Lisnagreggan Iron Liquor Works
Picken, Samuel, spirit dealer
Purce, A. M., draper

Rainey, David
Rainey, Hiram

Shields, Harry, motor owner and cycle agent
Shields, James H., clerk
Simpson, Wm., butcher
Sloan, Mrs.
Smyth, William, grocer
Spence, The Misses, grocers
Stewart, Dr. Hall
Stewart, Samuel, milk vendor

The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, W. T. Hill
Tombe, Alex., school teacher

Waddell, John, & Son, grocers
Walker, Caldwell, draper
Walker, Mrs., grocer
Warwick, James, grocer and auctioneer
Wasson, Rev. Joseph
Webb, Mrs., Knockvarre
Webb, Mrs., Barney's Brae
Webb, W. H., D.L., J.P., Redlands
White, Mrs.
Wilson, Andrew, carpenter
Wilson, Miss, dress maker

Young, Robert, J.P., agent for Shane's Castle Estate

FARMERS

Agnew, Nathaniel, Seymour's Bridge
Aicken, John, Duneane
Aicken, William, Duneane
Bell, James, Mainmount
Black, Mrs., Ballydunmaul House
Bownes, James, Leitrim
Brownlees, Jas., Magherabeg
Brownlees, Robert, Ranaghan
Carson, Samuel, Terrygowan
Currie, W. J., Ballygrooby
Davidson, Robert, Ballydonley
Edgar, John, Derryhollough
Henry, Arthur, Seymour's Bridge
Hill, Hugh Wm., Ballylurgan
Hurrell, Henry, Farlough
Jamison, Alexander, Blackrock
Johnston, W. J., Lisnagreggan
Law, Thomas, Garrifgerry
Martin, John, Magheralane
Millar, David, Ballygrooby
Mulligan, John, Craigmore
Mulligan, Mrs., Craigmore

McClure, Robert, Seymour's Bridge
McCord, John, Magherabeg
McCord, John, Lisnagreggan
McCosh, Robt., Terrygowan
McCullough, Mrs., Clonboy
McDowell, John, Clonkeen
McElney, Wm., Magherabeg
McFadden, Wm., Mount Shalgus
McIntyre, Robert, Seymour's Bridge
McKeown, Charles, Magheralane
McManus, Hugh, Beechmount
McNeice, James, Ballylenulla
Nicholl, James, Dunedin Lodge
Nimmo, Andrew, Leitrim
O'Kane, Jas., Ballygrooby
O'Neill, Arthur, Magheralane
Pearson, Henry, Clonboy
Percy, Wm. John, Craigmore
Rea, David, Lisnagreggan
Reid, Mrs. Thomas, Magherabeg
Russell, James, Portlee
Speedy, Henry, Cloverhill
Spence, James, Magherabeg
Spence, James, Farlough
Stewart, John, Ballydonley
Wilkinson, Robert, Ballygrooby
Winter, George, Lurgan West

RASHARKIN

          Or Magherasharkan, a flourishing village in Co. Antrim, three miles from Kilrea. It is in a commanding and extremely healthy situation, within half a mile of the River Bann. It is the Ros Earkam mentioned by the Four Masters as the place where an O'Neill was slain, A.D. 1497. Colgan states that an ancient church was situated at Drumbulcan Hill, at the southern end of the village; the former parish church stood on the site. Drumbulcan Hill, at the southern end of the village; the former parish church stood on the site. Drumbulcan is said to have been the scene of the first great battle between the native Irish and the advancing English. Population, 226

Post Office - Mrs. J. Elder, postmistress. Local Postmen - Saml. Fleming, Henry Loughrey, Wm. Browne, and R. Cairns
Nearest Railway Station - Kilrea
Petty Sessions
Clerk of Petty Sessions - Wm. Mehaffy, Ballymena
Telegraph Office at Rasharkin
Northern Bank

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Rev. Wm. Bigley, M.A., rector
Presbyterian Church - Rev. William John Jamison, B.A., minister
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Bradley, P.P.; Rev. Mulholland, C.C.
Local Registrar for Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. Keers

MAGISTRATES

Cramsie, Robert, Barrister-at-Law
Crawford, George S.
Dempsey, John
Keers, Dr., Donovan House
Lyle, Henry W.
Moore, Mrs.
Moore, Judge
McHenry, Samuel
McKee, Stewart J.
Paul, Robert
Smyth, John

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Dispensary - Dr. Keers, J.P., medical officer Dirraw Dispensary District, Ballymoney Union
Royal Irish Constabulary - Sergeant Kelly and eight constables
Schools - No. 1 N.S. - Barcley Crave, principal; Miss Hay, assistant. Dreen N.S. - Mr. and Mrs. McGarry, teachers. Ballymaconnelly - Miss McCahon, principal. Crushybracken - Miss Young, principal. Maboy - R. S. Kilpatrick, principal; Miss Manson, assistant

INHABITANTS

Beverland, Archibald
Bigley, Rev. Wm. M.A., The Rectory
Bradley, Rev., P.P.

Connolly, Mrs., grocer and publican
Connolly, Robert, farmer

Dickey, Miss J., farmer
Dunlop, John, flax mill owner

Elder, Mrs. John, grocer and postmistress

Glass, Robert, blacksmith
Graham, Margaret

Harvey, Irwin, farmer
Hayes, Alexander, builder and contractor
Hay, William, farmer
Hunter, Martin, blacksmith

Jamison, Rev. William J., B.A., Bridge House, Kilrea
Jones, Robert

Keers, Dr., J.P., Donovan House
Kilpatrick, Wm. J., farmer
Kyle, James, collector of rents, egg inspector

Muldoon, Mrs.
Mulholland, Rev., C.C.

McAfee, Daniel, publican and grocer
McAlarry, Joseph, boot and shoe maker
McAleese, Joseph, boot maker
McAleese, Peter, builder and contractor
McCaughey, Samuel
McGarry, Patrick, teacher
McHenry, Miss, Moneyleck House
McIntyre, John, carpenter
McKee, Margaret
McLean, James, Road contractor
McLaughlin, Miss Jane

Patterson, James, publican and posting establishment; Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"

Simpson, Robert, flax mill owner
Smith, John, J.P., farmer
Smith, Misses, drapery and grocery establishment
Steel, John, farmer

Wallace, Daniel, farmer
Wallace, Mrs. John, farmer
Watson, Samuel, grocer

RESIDENTS IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Bellingham, Thomas, Culmore
Calderwood, Matthew, farmer, Carnfinton
Crawford, George, J.P., farmer, Drumack
Dysart, Thomas, Granagh
Harvey, Mrs., farmer, Moneyleck
Hayes, John, farmer, Drumack
Holmes, John, farmer. Slavney
Hunter, David, farmer, Culmore
Kane, James, farmer, Ballymaconnelly
Keery, Hugh, Magheraboy
Kennedy, Thomas, farmer, Culmore
Killough, Andrew, farmer, Moneyleek
Killough, William, farmer, Gortahar
Marks, Alexander, Churchtamlaght
Marks, James, farmer, Ballydonnelly

McAuley, Alex., farmer, Churchtamlaght
McCahon, Joseph, farmer, Moneyleck
McCaughern, Robert, farmer, Lisnagaver
McHenry, Samuel, R.D.C., J.P., Beechcroft, Ballymaconnelly
McHugh, Henry, farmer, Baltitun
McKillip, James, R.D.C., Gortreighy
McLaughlin, John, publican and posting and Post Office, Ballymaconnelly
McKay, Henry, farmer, Carnfinton
O'Hale, Felix, Tehorney
Patterson, D. S., grocer, &c., Ballymaconnelly
Rea, ?, farmer, Chrushybracken
Rea, Thomas, farmer, Ballydonnelly
Rea, Wm, farmer, Ballydonnelly
Reid, Mrs., farmer, Ballymaconnelly
Ross, Andrew, mill owner, Gortreighy
Scott, Robert J., Granagh
Simpson, Robert, Drumcon
Stewart, Patrick, grocer and farmer, Dreen
Taylor, Henry, Rosepark
Taylor, Hugh, farmer, Lesheghan
Wilson, R. J., farmer, Gortahar
Wilson, Samuel, farmer, Drumcon

RATHFRILAND

      Is a market town in County Down, thirty-four miles S.S.W. from Belfast, situated between Newry and Downpatrick; it stands on the acclivities of a hill, and consists of seven principal streets, which radiate downward from a spacious square towards the eight roads which surround its base. The summit of the hill, which commands extensive views of the surrounding country, is crowned by the ruins of an old castle, anciently one of the fortified residences of the Magenises, Lords of Iveagh, and it is from it that Lord Iveagh takes his title. The general flax and other markets are held on Wednesday, the pork market on Tuesday, and the grain markets are held on Tuesday and Saturday, and the fairs are on the first Wednesday of every month. The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday. Population at 1911 census, 1,365

Post Office - Frederick Wilson, postmaster; Miss Heslip, assistant

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland, Church Street - Rev. Thomas H. Blackburn, M.A., rector
First Presbyterian Church, Newry Street - Minister, Rev. Thomas McDermott. Second, Newry Street - Rev. T. J. Harrison, B.A. Third, Newry Street - Rev. Thos. Kilpatrick, M.A.
Covenanting Church, Castle Street - Vacant
Friends' Meeting-house, Newry Street
Baptist Meeting-house, Downpatrick Street
Roman Catholic Chapel, Newry Street - Rev. T. Gallery, P.P.; Rev. D. Toman, C.C.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Branch of Belfast Bank, Church Street - R. D. Townley, manager; J. Whitley, cashier; W. H. Knox and J. W. Kennedy, bookkeepers
Branch of Ulster Bank - A. T. Annesly, manager; A. Hill, cashier
Branch of Hibernian Bank - A. R. Lurring, manager; T. Jones, cashier; J. Dowling, bookkeeper
Registrar of Births, &c. - Hugh Diegnan
Gas Works - John McCracken, secretary
Dispensary, Main Street - Dr. W. Speedy, physician, surgeon, and apothecary
Newry Street National Schools (Male) - Principal, R. J. McKnight; assistant, Miss Stevenson. Female - Principal, Mrs. Nelson; assistant Miss Hunter
Commons National School - Mr. White and Miss Morgan
Drumlough National School - S. Rea and Miss McVeigh
Drumnescamph National School - Mrs. Rea
Petty Sessions Office, Market Street - W. Fegan, clerk

INHABITANTS

Adams, Alexander
Adams, D. & J., hardware, grocers and provision merchants
Anderson, John farmer, Drumniscamph

Bell, David, grocer, Emdale
Bell, Robert J., farmer, Kiltarin
Bell, William, tailor and draper
Bennett, Hugh, car owner
Bennett, Miss, N.S. teacher
Bingham, J., publican
Bingham, R., shoemaker and leather store
Bradley, Mrs. A., publican
Brady, H. G., draper
Brady, Robt., Kiltariff
Brooks Bros., publicans, grocers, and seed merchants
Brown, James, J.P., Ballygonan
Bruce, William, brick maker and brick layer
Bullock, J. G., hardware merchant

Cahey, Miss, grocer, Ballynamagna
Caldwell, James, farmer, Drumarkin
Campbell, Thos., grocer, Erindale
Cantley, David, builder
Cantley, George, shoe maker
Cantley, Samuel, farmer, Aughnavallog
Carson, Thomas, C.C., farmer, Tullyquilly House
Carter, Jos., publican
Casey, Samuel, team owner
Cassidy, J., draper
Copeland, L., boot and shoe merchant
Corbett, John, mill owner and grain merchant
Cowan, S. E., grocer
Cromie, A., mill owner
Cromie, John M., farmer, Drumdrinagh
Cromie, John A., farmer, Drumgath
Cromie, Mrs., farmer, Drumgreenan
Cromie, Samuel, farmer, Drumgreenan
Cromie, Samuel, farmer, Aughnavallog

Dalzell, Hugh, farmer, Aughavallog
Dalzell, Wm., carpenter
Davidson, The Misses, Newry Street
Davison, David, mill owner, Drumnascamph
Devlin, O. & M., publicans
Dickson, Hugh, Broom Hill, Lisnamulligan
Dickson, James, farmer, Ballygorianmore
Dodds Brothers, drapers
Dougan, Mrs., farmer, Whitegates
Dougan, John, farmer, Seafin
Downey, A., butcher
Downey, F., butcher
Downey, Lawrence, publican
Downey, L., general dealer and butcher

Edgar, William, tailor
Elliott, George, dentist
Elliott, Mrs.
Erskine, John, grocer
Ervine, John, Ballymagna

Fegan, John, Kiltariff Hall
Fegan, William, P.S.C.
Fitzpatrick, Hugh, cow keeper
Fitzpatrick, John, grocer, publican, and seeds merchant
Foster, Joseph, leather merchant

Gartlan, A., Cabra House
Girvan, Wm., publican
Graham, John, farmer, Kiltariff

Hall, J. J., emigration agent
Hall, R. H., boot and shoe merchant
Hanna Alex., grocer
Harbinson, A., farmer, Tullyquilly
Harbinson, John, farmer, Grallagh
Harbinson, Joseph, farmer, Grallagh
Harbinson, Robert, farmer, Grallagh
Harbinson, W., farmer, Granshaw
Hardy, Miss, Dromore Street
Hart, Miss, Dromore Street
Hart, Mrs., farmer, Tierfergus
Hart, William, farmer, Cavan
Hartley, John, grocer and farmer, Gransha
Harvey, Mrs., farmer, Aughnavallog
Hawthorne, Edward, farmer, Lessize
Hawthorne, Matthew, farmer, Lessize
Heggarty, Patrick, restaurant
Henning, T., grocer
Heron, James, car owner, Ballyroney
Heron, Rev. W. S., Ballynagappog
Heron, Richard, farmer, Tierfergus
Heron, R. S., Coroner for South Down
Heron, Mrs., Newry Street
Heron, R. S., solicitor
Heslop, Mrs., Downpatrick Street
Hillis, Robert, farmer, Tieragorey
Hudson, R. J., newsagent, stationer and cycle agent, auctioneer and valuator; agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Hughes, Miss, M.B., physician and surgeon
Hunter, Miss, school teacher

Ingram, John, grocer
Ingram, Samuel, farmer, Tierkelly
Ingram, Samuel, farmer, Ballyroney
Irwin, M., coal merchant and grocer

Jameson, Norman, draper
Johnston, David, grocer

Kerr, Mrs., farmer, Hinchago
Kinley, A., agent for Inglis & Co., Ltd.
Kirk, A., jun., emigration agent and publican
Kirk, H. J., grocer and coal merchant
Kirk, Mrs., Newry Street
Knox, R., farmer, Tierkelly
Knox, Stewart, farmer, Tierkelly

Lawson, Miss, grocer, Ardarragh
Lawson, Mrs., grocer
Lennon, Mrs., publican
Logan, Rev. M., Lessize House
Lutton, R., grocer and clerk of markets
Lyons, Alexander, farmer, Tullyquilly
Lyons, John, farmer, Tullyquilly

Magill, Thos., school teacher
Malcomson A., contractor
Malcomson, William, carpenter
Mark, Charles, farmer, Drumadonald
Marshall, W., school teacher, Ballyroney
Mills, The Misses, costumiers
Mitchell, J., grocer
Moffett, J., seed merchant
Moore, E., leather merchant
Morgan, Miss, Newry Street
Morrow, F., plumber
Murphy, D., grocer and provision dealer
Murphy, Hubert
Murphy, John L.
Murray, David, process server

McAleavey, J., Lenish
McAlinedon, Mrs., restaurant
McAlindon, Daniel, shoemaker
McAnuff, J., tailor
McArdle, M., fruiterer and green grocer
McAuley, Alex., mill owner and farmer, Drumleagh
McAvoy, C., emigration agent and publican
McAvoy, Hugh, publican
McAvoy, John, tailor
McAvoy, P., mill owner
McBurney, John, grocer
McCann, P., grocer
McCarron, James, barber
McCarron, J. W., publican
McCauley, David, Drumadonald, grocer and hemstitching agent
McClenehan, J. M., C.C., J.P.
McClurg, Johnston, saddler
McConville, Miss, draper
McConville, P., publican
McCorristin, Miss, N.S. teacher
McCracken, Hugh, Lessize
McCracken, John, secretary Gas Works
McCracken, J., draper and outfitter
McCready, John, farmer, Drumnascamph
McCready, R. J., boot and shoe merchant
McCreight, Mrs., publican
McCullough, James, publican
McDowell, Mrs., Edengarry House
McDowell, Robert, J.P., Knock House
McGrath, Mary, grocer
McGrath, Mrs., draper
McIlroy, Mrs., Katesbridge, grocer and hemstitching agent
McKnight, Robert, school teacher
McMurray Bros., draper
McNeill, Mrs., grocer
McNeilly, Miss, grocer, Banfield
McPolin, P., publican
McSpadden, Geo., solicitor

Nelson, Mrs., Castle Hill
Nelson, Mrs., school teacher
Nelson, Thos., druggist
Nesbitt, Joseph, car owner
Nesbitt, William, Lessize
Noble, Thomas, saddler

Orr, William, estate bailiff
Osborne, Mrs., grocer and hemstitching office
O'Hare, F., cycle agent

Park, John, jun., grocer and hardware merchant
Peters, J., barber
Peters, Samuel, publican

Ratcliffe, W., jeweller and watchmaker
Rea, Lyle, watch maker and jeweller
Rea, Samuel, farmer, Drumdrinagh
Rea, S. W. J., Lissize
Reavey, P., blacksmith and car owner
Reid, Joseph, farmer, Ballyroney
Ronan, Daniel, Kinghill
Ross, Mrs., farmer, Aughnavallog
Ross, Joseph, farmer, Rosconnor
Rowan, Hugh, grocer and emigration agent
Rutherdale, Rev. J., Ballyroney

Shannon, John, M.B., surgeon
Shannon, Thos. M., chemist and druggist
Shieran, Mrs., publican
Shilliday, James, farmer, Ballygorian
Shilliday, Wm., farmer, Cavan
Sloan, Miss, dress maker
Sloan, Miss E., watch maker and cycle agent
Smith, James, team owner
Speedy, W., M.D.
Spiers & Co., drapers
Spiers, Andw., grocer, Clanmaghery
Spiers, Moses
Spiers, Wm., restaurant keeper
Stevenson, R., engineer and motor car expert
Stewart, Alex., J.P., Reuhan Bridge
Stewart Bros., cattle dealers, Reuhan Bridge
Stewart, John, boot maker
Stewart, Mrs., grocer, agent for the "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Stewart, Mrs., grocer
Stewart & Thompson, tailors

The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, R. D. Townley, Belfast Bank
Thompson, J., draper
Thompson, Mrs. A., dress maker
Thomson, S., grocer
Toman, John, J.P., auctioneer
Torney, Mrs., grocer
Trimble, John, plasterer and slater
Trimble, John, farmer, Shinn
Trimble, Joseph, plasterer and slater
Turley, Mrs., publican, Largancahone

Walsh, William, grocer, Lenish
Weir, A., hardware merchant, Newry Street
Weir, Edward, general dealer
Weir, George, restaurant keeper
Weir, Joseph, engineer
Weir, John, implement works, Ballymoney
Weir. John, farmer, Cross
Weir, Mrs., dress maker
Weir, Wm., market gardener
Weir, W., implement works
Wilson, F., postmaster
Wilson, J., printer
Wilson, Wm., agent for Lipton Ltd.
Woods, Miss, Drumlough
Wright, James, farmer, Drumnascamph
Wright, Mrs., dressmaker
Wright, William, farmer, Aughnavallog

Young, Robert, Ballyroney

RICHHILL

         Is a post town in County Armagh, and about five miles E. by N. from Armagh, two miles from Hamiltonsbawn Station, and one and a half miles from Richhill Station. It is situated on the river Tallwater, in the heart of a rich agricultural and populous district, where fruit growing is largely carried on. Furniture is also manufactured, there being seven furniture workshops in and around the village. There is an ancient castle, situate at the top of the hill, which is in good repair, and is owned and occupied by Mr. J. J. McKeown. The population 392

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Parish Church - Incumbent, Rev. Dr. Johnston. Kilmore Church - Rev. S. Mayes, B.A., The Rectory, Kilmore
Presbyterian - Minister, Rev. John Deans
Congregational (Independent) Church - Rev. John Callender
Methodist - Rev. F. Morrow
Stonebridge Chapel - Rev. Father Hughes, C.C.
Magistrates - J. Wilson, Thomas H. Hardy, D. W. Kane, and R. Best, K.C., M.P.
Dispensary Medical Officer - Dr. Greer acting
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. Greer
R.U. Constabulary - Sergeant Brunt
Post Office - Postmaster, D. W. Kane, J.P.
Loan Company's Office - Managers, Messrs, F. & J. Best
National School, Richhill - Teachers, Robert Neill, Mrs. Neill, Wm. McMahon

INHABITANTS

Benson, Joseph, furniture manufacturer

Callaghan, John, boot merchant

Falloon, John, grocer, Ballyleaney

Hardy, M., & Son, tanners

Jones, Dromard, Richhill

Kelly, Mrs. A., ice cream shop and confectioner
Kennedy, George, farmer

Lamb Bros., jam manufacturers, Fruitfield, Richhill
Lavery, J., station master Richhill Station
Loney, Joseph, postman and shoemaker

Maginnis, J. E., draper, Richhill
Mallon, David, publican

McCann, W. J., Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News;" also Cycle Agent, Stationer, Grocer, and Motor Posting Establishment, and Funeral Undertakers; all requisites kept in stock
McCartney, G., tailor, Hockley, Richhill
McDonagh, T. W., furniture manufacturer
McKeown, J. & J., The Castle, Richhill
McMahon, John, school attendance officer and farmer
McMahon, Wm., N.S. teacher, Richhill
McNally, Edward, cattle dealer
McNally, George, cattle dealer
McNally, Wm., victualler, cattle dealer, publican, and posting establishment

Ross, G., blacksmith
Rountree, Thomas, motor and cycle agent, Richhill
Rountree, Wm. John, furniture manufacturer
Ruddock, E., N.S. teacher, Kilmore
Ryan, R., stationmaster, Hamiltonsbawn, Richhill

Smith, A. E., postman
Spence, Thos., milk merchant, Annarea Dairy

Towell, Joseph, furniture manufacturer
Trouton, Jones, grocer and hardware merchant
Troughton, F., grocer, Ballinahinch

Wilson, Charles, watch and clock repairer

FARMERS

Albin, James, Rockmacraney
Anderson, John W., farmer and road contractor, Drumorgan, Richhill
Atkinson, Henry, cess collector, Greenmount, Richhill

Bains, Mrs., farmer, Drumand
Bell, Stuart, Rockmacraney
Best, William, Richhill
Blakeley, John, Rockmacraney
Blakley, Wm., Rockmacraney

Carson, Robert, Ballinahinch
Cassidy, Bernard, Ballygrubny
Chapman, Thos. J., Mulladry, Richhill

Davidson, George, Cloughan, Richhill
Devlin, J., Richhill

Farquhar, William, Ballyleaney
Fullerton, Leonard, Rickmacraney
Fullerton, Thomas, coal merchant, Drumorgan

Gray, James, Drumond
Greer, George, Mullalelish

Hall, Richard, Ballinahinch
Halligan Bros., Annarea, Richhill
Hardy, Thomas H., Richhill
Heatley, James, Ballinahinch
Heatley, Wm., farmer, Druman
Hewitt, Joshua, Mullalelish, Richhill
Hewitt, Joseph, Ballinahinch
Hewitt, Mark, Kilmore, Richhill
Hewitt, S. J., Crewcat, Richhill
Hewitt, W. J., Ballyleaney, Richhill
Hill, David, farmer, Druman
Hutchinson, John, Cloughan, Richhill
Hutchinson, John, Liskyboro, Richhill (there are many variations Liskyboro, Liskeyborough, Likeyborough, Likaborough etc.)

Irwin, Johnston, Shewis, Richhill

Jackson, David, Mulladry, Richhill
Jackson, Joseph, Killyruden
Jackson, Steenson, Mulladry, Richhill
Jenkinson, Abraham, Cloughan, Richhill
Johnston, Colonel, Kilmore
Johnston, George, Kilmore, Richhill
Johnston, John, Rockmacraney
Johnston, William, Corcreevy, Richhill

Kane, D. W., Richhill

Lamb, C. B., Sandymount, Richhill
Lamb, John, Mullaletra, Richhill scythe-stone quarries
Loney, A., Mullaletra
Loney, Abraham, farmer, Sandyvale
Loney, James, Corcreevy
Loney, John, farmer, Liskeyborough, Richhill
Loney, Thomas, Crewcat, Richhill
Loney, William, fruit dealer, Likaborough, Richhill

Mackey, Joseph, Richhill
Meares, George, Cloughan

McAllister, George, Cavan, Richhill
McAllister, James, Cavan, Richhill
McAllister, William, Cavan, Richhill
McMahon, John, The Dam
McNally, John, Course Lodge, Richhill, farmer and cattle dealer

Peacock, Fred, sexton, Kilmore, Richhill
Pearson, Edwin, farmer, Drumard Jones

Riddall, Walter, Richhill
Running, Wm., Woodview, Armagh
Rutherford, William, farmer

Singleton, Major, Liskyboro
Singleton, Wilson, Mullalelish, Richhill
Sinton, John, farmer and miller, Drumand
Sintons, The Misses, Greenmount, Richhill
Spence, Thomas, farmer, Anarea
Stothers, Wilson, Cavan, Richhill

Timmins, Francis, grocer, Cavan, Richhill
Troughton, John, Mullalelish, Richhill
Troughton, Jones, Kilmore
Troughton, J., Drumnahuncheon
Troughton, W. J., Drumard

Walker, James, Mulladry, Richhill
Walker, Samuel, farmer and tailor, Ballyleaney, Richhill
Wheatley, James, Drumnahuncheon
Wilson, Edward, Richhill
Wilson, J., Hockly Lodge
Wilson, Wm., Annahill, Richhill
Wright, James, Mulladry, Richhill
Wright, Robert, Hockly, Armagh

ROSTREVOR

          Is a beautiful watering-place in the County Down, nearly two miles distant east from Warrenpoint, and similarly situated as Warrenpoint, for Rostrevor is completely sheltered from the east winds by mountains, and thus an advantageous place, in point of climate, for invalids, and particularly recommended for persons afflicted with pulmonary disorders. The village is delightfully seated on a gentle declivity, which rises from a little cove of Carlingford Lough, and commands beautiful views of the woods, mountains, and waters of the lough's basin. In the south of the town stands a handsome stone monument, erected to the memory of the late General Ross, who fell while leading his troops to victory at Bladensburg, in America. A connection with Warrenpoint has now been renewed, and McAnulty's motor bus meets all trains for conveyance of passengers from and to the village and Great Northern Hotel, The Quay. This hotel has been renovated and redecorated and a new ballroom added, which should prove an attraction during the winter months. Fairs - Third Tuesday in each month. Population in 1914, 638

Post Office - Miss Whitaker, postmistress
Dispensary - Henry McConville, M.D., medical officer, Avoca Terrace
Registrar for Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Henry McConville, M.D.
Belfast Banking Company, The Square - Attendance daily
R.U.C. Barrack, River View

HOTELS

Great Northern Hotel - F. Audinwood, manager
Cloughmore - Patrick Cooney
Central - J. Morgan

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Kilbroney, Ven. Archdeacon Atkinson, D.D.
Methodist Church - Rev. Wm. Jamison
Presbyterian Church - Vacant
Roman Catholic Chapel - Monsgr. Canon O'Reilly, P.P.; Rev. J. McConville, C.C., Rev, Henry Doran, C.C.

INHABITANTS

Armstrong, Miss, Chemist and Druggist, Grocery, Drapery, and Fancy Goods Stores, The Bazaar
Armstrong, Miss M., The Square
Atkinson, Miss, Ballymore
Atkinson, the Ven. Archdeacon, D.D., The Vicarage

Ball, Mrs., Killowen Terrace
Barker, Mrs., Rosina
Belfast Banking Company's office, The Square
Bradley, John, caretaker Men's Club
Brady, Mrs., Studley
Brooks, Miss, organist, Killowen Terrace
Buchanan, Misses, Killowen Terrace
Buller, William, old-age pension officer
Burns, Joseph, Rock Cottage
Burns, Misses, Cloughmore Terrace

Cairns, Miss, tea rooms, Bridge Street
Calvert, Wm., coal merchant, Rostrevor and Warrenpoint
Campbell, Miss, Rosetta
Carleton, Miss, J.P., Benvenue
Chambers, J., Cloughmore Terrace
Chambre, W., Strathmore
Cole, D., carpenter, Bridge Street
Cole, John, Navy pensioner, Bridge Street
Collen, T., Glenmore House
Connolly, J., boot maker, Church Street
Connolly, Patk., postman, Bridge Street
Cooney, P., Cloughmore Hotel, Bridge Street
Convery & Co., grocers, auctioneers, and valuers, Church Street
Coyne, Miss, draper, Bridge Street
Craig, J., Lecain
Crawford, P., spirit dealer and grocer
Crawford, E., hardware merchant
Crawley, Miss, Forrestbrook House
Cull, Miss, Sea View
Cunningham, J., Roxboro' House
Cunningham, Miss, Roxborough House

Dickson, Mrs., Glenview Terrace
Donnon, James, game keeper, The Lodge
Dougherty, Miss, Roland Terrace
Douglas, Miss, Bellevue, Killowen
Douglas, Miss, Hillcrest
Dunn, Mrs., draper, Bridge Street

Elliott, Mrs., The Anchorage
Erskine, Dr., Craigavad

Fearon, David, grocer and spirit dealer
Fearon, Geo., Water Street
Feeney, James, sergt. R.U.C.
Fegan, Miss, lodgings, Synite Place
Ferris, D., Drumboe and Newry
Fitzpatrick, Owen, butcher, Church Street
Fleming, Mrs. J., The Crag

Godfrey, Miss, West View
Graham, J., manager Forestbrook Linen Co.
Grant, Miss, West View
Groves, Mrs., draper, &c.
Gwynne, Jas. D., farmer, Drumreagh
Gwynne, Mrs., Bridge Street
Gwynne, Wm. J., farmer, Drumreagh

Hackett, Mrs., Canning Cottage
Hall, Miss, Ranfurly
Hamilton, Dr., Killowen Terrace
Hamilton, Mrs., Greenpark
Hanley, Mrs., Syenite Row
Hardinge, F., The Willows
Harper, Rev. H., Knockbarragh Park
Hay, H. W., Moygannon
Hay, Miss, Roland Terrace
Henry, Miss, Cosey Lodge
Hillis, Miss, dress maker, Bridge Street

Irwin, James, grocer and newsagent, Bridge Street

Jackson, Miss, Glenview Terrace
Jamison, Rev. W., Glenview
Johnston, Rev. J., Killowen Terrace

Keenan, F., spirit merchant, Bridge Street
Kyle, Miss, Bridge Street

Lavery, R., posting establishment, Church Street
Leslie, C. E. T., Killowen
Lightbody, H. S., builder and contractor, Church Street
Lightbody, Mrs., Glenvilla, Church Street
Lightbody, Miss, Seabright
Loverock, M., Windermere
Lyon, Major, The Lodge
Lyons, William, builder and contractor
Mahood, Fred, motor cars, &c., The Square
Mahood, Samuel, painter, The Square
Malcolm, Miss, milliner, draper, The Square
Malcolmson, Mrs.
Mallon, D., Mary Street
Marne, Mrs., fancy shop, Bridge Street
Marshall, The Misses, Cloughmore Terrace
Mason, Mrs., Southview
Mayne, A. J., manager Belfast Banking Co., Roxborough Place
Moffat, D., The Pharmacy, The Square
Morgan, J., Central Hotel
Morgan, Miss, grocer, Church Street
Morphy, Mrs. G., The Crag (Murphy?)
Murphy, P., grocer and carrier
Murray, Mrs., Lisna Arran

McBride, Miss, Avoca Terrace
McCartan, Leo., rural postman, Water Street
McCartney, J., grocer, Synite Place
McCullogh, A., Synite Place
McCullough, A., May Cottage
McDowell, Mrs., The Square
McGovern, Mrs., Oakwood House
McGuffin, Mrs., Monument Cottage
McKimm, Mrs., Roxboro' Place
McKinley, Miss, Roxborough Place
McNeilly, Miss, Roxborough Place
McQuade, J., butcher, Bridge Street
McWilliam, Mrs., Drumsesk House

Nash, Chas., Cloughmore Terrace
Nugent, Mrs., Ballyedmond Castle, Killowen

Owens, P., Church Street
O'Hare, Frank, Baymount House

Palmer, Wm., Killowen Terrace
Porter, Mrs., Southview
Purdy, J., school teacher
Purdy, Miss, school teacher

Ramadge, Miss, Woodhouse
Reid, Miss, The Anchorage
Reilly, Mrs., dress maker
Robinson, Jos., motorist, The Square
Rooney, D., school teacher
Ross-of-Bladensburg, Lieut.-Col. Sir John F. G., K.C.B., K.C.V.O., D.L., Rostrevor House
Rutherford, J., solicitor, Moorcroft

Scott, Miss, Oak Cottage
Sinton, D. C., family grocer, Bridge Street
Sinton, Mrs., Victoria Square
Sinton, R., Rosleigh
Sloan, C., coal & spirit merchant, Bridge Street
Sloan, J., motorist, Main Street
Sloan, P., Oakfield
Sloan, Tom, Water Street
Stewart, Miss, Roland Terrace
Stoddard, Miss, Belmont
Strong, Sir Francis, Kilbroney House
Supple, Miss, Mountain View
Sykes, Mrs., maternity nurse, Bridge Street
Synnott, The Misses, The Ghann

Thomson, Mrs., The Woodhouse
Thomson, Mrs. R. W., Clonearin
Tinley, P. G., grocer, Church Street
Toombs, James, Quay Cottage
Turner, Miss, Gleneen
Turner, Thomas, Bayview House
Turrettin, Mrs., flax and beetling mills, Newtown

Vandeleur, Miss, Old Hall

Walker, Geo., Carpenham and Newry
Warnock, Mrs., Claremont
Warnock, Mrs., "Irish Industries," Warrenpoint Road
White, John, grocer, Bridge Street
White, Miss, Church Street
Wilmot, Mrs., Victoria Terrace

SAINTFIELD

         Is a small market town in County Down, situated midway on the leading road from Belfast to Downpatrick, four miles from Ballynahinch, nine from Lisburn, and six from Comber. Tonoughnieve was the Irish name of the town, which means the "Hill of the Saints," or the "Saint Hill," translated into Saintfield. On the 9th of June, 1798, a brisk skirmish occurred here between the rebels and a company of the York Fencibles. The rebels took advantage of the soldiers, and made a great slaughter. The soldiers were buried in a small island in the lake, north of the town, which is called York Island. Petty Sessions are held on the third Tuesday in each month. The market is held every Monday, and the fair on the last Wednesday of each month. The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday. Population in 1911, 533

Post Office, Main Street - F. Minnis, postmaster; Miss Erwine, assistant
Bank (Branch of the Belfast Banking Company Limited) - J. W. Maxwell, manager; C. Chittick, cashier; J. A. Menown, accountant
Royal Ulster Constabulary Barrack in charge of Sergt. Martin, Degan, and six constables
Northern Banking Co. Ltd. - W. Weir, manager; J. Patton, cashier
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agents, H. A. Moore, Rowallane; J. L. Maxwell, Belfast Bank

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland, Main Street - Rev. S. I. Graham. First Presbyterian Church, Main Street - Rev. S. Dickson. Second Presbyterian Church, Ballynahinch Road - Rev. William Dickie. Roman Catholic Chapel, Main Street - Rev. John Shields, P.P., and Rev. Sloane

INHABITANTS

Adams, David, Main Street
Anderson, Mrs., Ballyaugherty
Anderson, Robert, Lisdoonan
Anderson, William, Woodside

Bailie, Mrs., farmer, Ballymacramery
Batten, Alexander, grocer
Beattie, Mrs. D., farmer, Tonaghmore
Beattie, Mrs. Hugh, Tonaghmore
Beattie, Wm. H., Cahard
Beattie, ?, farmer, Drumnaconnell
Bennett, Francis, farmer, Lessans
Bennett, Jacob, farmer, Ballyaugherty
Bennett, John, farmer, Lessans
Berklie, J., Lisdalgan
Boucher, J., Ballynockan
Boyle, Henry, car owner
Brown, Arthur, Carricknaveigh
Brown, Robert, Killeny
Brown, William, Lessans
Burton, Joseph, blacksmith

Carlisle, H. H., M.R.C.V.S., Main Street
Carson, Miss, Fair View
Carvell, Peter, publican
Chapman, Mrs., Drumnaconnell
Collins, Wm., farmer, Ballycloughan
Connolly, Wm. James, farmer, Ballycloughan
Cox, P. C., Main Street
Craig, Mrs., farmer, Carsonstown
Crosby, Henry, farmers, Aughnaderragh
Crosbey, John, farmer, Carsonstown
Cunningham, James, farmer, Carsontown
Cunningham, J., Lisburn Road

Davidson, James, bicycle stores, Main Street
Davidson, W. J., boot and shoe warehouse
Dodds, David, flesher
Dodds, Samuel, farmer, Carricknacessan
Donnan, Hugh, Cahard
Donnan, Thomas, farmer, Lessans
Drummond, D., Lessans
Dunn, J., Boardmills

Edgar, Miss L., Carricknaveigh

Ferguson, Samuel, farmer, Tonaghmore
Fitzsimmonds, T., Crossgar Road
Flanagan, John, farmer, Tonaghmore
Flynn, James, farmer, Leggygowan
Forde, J., The Square, Saintfield

Garrett, Mrs., farmer, Ballynockan
Garrett, W. J., farmer, Ballynockan
Gibson, H. C., Ulster Bee Hive works, Ballygowan, Belfast
Gill, John, J.P., Lisbane
Gill, John, jun.
Gilmore, W., M.D., registrar of births, marriages and deaths and dispensary doctor, Ballynahinch Road
Girvin, Robert, carpenter
Gordon, Miss, Fair View
Grant, James, plasterer, Station Road

Hamilton, Frank, railway porter
Hamilton, Robert, saddler, Main Street
Hamilton, Wm., farmer
Harper, Miss, bonnet maker
Hawthorne, Robert, farmer, Carsonstown
Hewitt, John, grocer and corn dealer
Hewitt, William, refreshment rooms
Hill, T., Main Street
Hynds, George, merchant tailor

Ingram, Stanley, Fair View
Ireland, James, farmer, Lessans
Ireland, Miss M., farmer, Leggygowan

Jamison, Mrs., Fairview
Johnston, John, farmer, Leggygowan
Jordan, James, farmer, Lisdalgan
Jordan, Samuel, shoemaker

Kelso, Rev. J., Boardmills
Kennedy, James, lodging house
Kinghan, Alfred, tailor
Kinghan, S. H., The Academy
Kirk, Mrs., grocer
Kirkpatrick, David, Boardmills
Kirkpatrick, John, Drumnaconnell
Kirkpatrick, Saml., Drumincautaull House

Lewon, W., New Line
Lilly, George, grocer
Lowry, William, carpenter
Lyttle, Miss, Carricknaveigh
Lyons, Joseph, butcher

Maclaughlan, J. N., teacher, Tullywest
Mageean, Jas., farmer, Leggygown (Leggygowan?)
Mageean, Thomas, publican and grocer, Darragh Cross
Marsh, Mrs. E., publican
Marshall, James, woollen draper
Marshall, John, farmer, Drumnaconnell
Martin, John, railway porter
Martin, Mrs., Lisbane
Massey, James, jun., Carricknacessan
Massey, Joseph W., farmer, Carricknacessan
Matchett, Mrs. R. G., Ballynahinch Road
Maxwell, John, farmer, Lessans
Maxwell, T. B., merchant tailor, Main Street
Maxwell, William, farmer, Lisdalgin
Milligan, James, confectioner
Minnis Brothers, grocers and hardware merchants, Main Street
Minnis, F. W., The Square
Minnis, George E., J.P., The Square
Monaghan, The Misses, No. 2 N.S. teachers
Mooney, M.
Mooney, Mrs., publican
Moore, Hugh, Todd's Hill
Moore, H. Armytage, J.P., Rowallane, Saintfield
Moore, Miss, Main Street
Moore, Mrs. Thomas
Moore, Samuel, farmer, Lisdalgin
Moorhead, William, Lessans
Morrow, J. Rae, Lisbane
Morrow, Robert, Lisbane
Morrow, Samuel, Lisbane
Morrow, The Misses, Lisbane
Morrow, Thomas B., Tullywest
Mullen, Thomas, farmer, Drumnaconnell
Murdock, Arthur, farmer, Ballyaugherty
Murphy, S.
Murray, Daniel, spirit dealer

McAuley, ?, druggist
McBrier, James A., farmer, Carsontown
McBurney, W. M., mill owner
McCandless, Rev. J. L., Boardmills
McCarthy, Mrs. R., Fair View
McCarthy, Mrs. H., Todd's Hill
McCartney, Wm., farmer, Leggygowan
McCauley, J., chemist, Main Street
McCaughtry, Andrew, farmer, Aughley
McClenaghan, William, carpenter
McConachie, D., bread server, New Road
McConnell, William, jun., carrier
McCreary, Robert, Millhill
McCullough, J. & F., Carricknacessan
McCullough, Robert, Lisdoonan
McEwen, James, farmer
McGifford, Fred, tailor, Main Street
McHarrey, R., spirit dealer, Fair View
McIlwain, James, Grocer, Hardware, Grain, and General Merchant; Agent for Richardson's Manures
McIlwain, John, hardware merchant
McIlliam, ?, farmer, Tullywest
McKee, David, farmer Oughley Hill
McKee, Mrs. D., grocer, provision dealer and seed merchant, Main Street
McLaughlin, Robert, jun., N.S. teacher, Ballyknockan
McMullan, Llewlyn, grocer
McRoberts, Harry, Price's Arms Hotel, Main Street
McRoberts, Andrew, Leggygowan
McVeigh, Martin, tailor

Neill, James, shoe maker
Neil, W., shoe maker
Nelson, Joseph, shoe maker
Newell, John, cattle dealer
Newell, Robert, Car owner, Grocery, Provisions and Refreshments, Main Street

Orr, Alexander, Tonaghneive House
Orr, David, Carsontown Mill Farm
Orr, Joseph, Saintfield Cottage
Orr, Wm., Leggygowan

Patterson, Alfred, farmer, Fortview House, Tonaghmore
Patterson, James, farmer, Tonaghmore
Patterson, Mrs., farmer, Leggygowan
Patterson, Norman, farmer, Fortview House, Tonaghmore
Patterson, Robert, Drumalig
Patterson, William H., farmer, Tonaghmore
Peak, Walter H., spirit dealer
Perry, Martin, J.P., woollen draper, Main Street
Prentice, James, Carricknaveigh
Prentice, William, Carricknaveigh
Price, Major J. N. Blackwood, J.P., Saintfield House
Price, Rev. Hyde Blackwood
Price, W. J., J.P., Killiney House

Rea, David, Carson Dam House
Rea, Hugh, petty sessions clerk
Rea, Miss, Saintfield
Rea, Mrs., Lisbane
Reid, Mrs., Tonaghmore
Ritchie, Mrs., refreshment rooms
Rodgers, George, stoation master (station)
Russell, Mrs., Fair View

Scanlin, T. H., painter and decorator, Tonaghmore
Scott, F. H., M.D.
Scott, H., tailor, Main Street
Scott, James, grocer
Scott, Jas., farmer, Lisdalgin
Scott, John, farmer
Shaw, John H.
Shaw, J., farmer, Carricknacessan
Shaw, Samuel, farmer, Carricknacessan
Shepperd, Fred., farmer, Glassdrummond
Shepperd, Samuel, farmer, Glassdrummond
Sheppherd, Henry, farmer, Ballycloughan
Sheppherd, John, jun., Glassdrummond
Sheppherd, John G., farmer, Glassdrummond
Simpson, Wm., farmer, Ballycloughan
Simpson, W. G., N.S. teacher, Ballymacramey
Skelly, David
Skelly, Mrs., boot, shoe and general drapery merchant, Main Street
Smyth, James, blacksmith
Stenson, ?, grocer, Main Street
Stevenson, Miss E., N.S. teacher
Stranahan, Robt., leather merchant, boot shop and newsagent. Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"

Thompson, Jas., Lisowen Cottage
Thompson, Wm., Mill owner, Boardmills

Wallace, R., land steward, Saintfield Demesne
Wallace, H. & Co., Solicitors
Watson, Wm., gardener, Rowallane
Withers, R., civil bill officer
Wright, John, shoe maker

Yeates, James & Thomas, farmers, Oughley
Yeates, Mrs., grocer and boarding house
Young, Robert, carpenter

SCARVA

          Scarva (derived from Scairbh, which means a rough, shallow ford) - one of the picturesque spots of Ireland - is a village on the main line of the Great Northern Railway, between Portadown and Newry, having a branch line to Banbridge and Newcastle. On the borders of the village is the fine old demesne and country seat of the late Mr. John Temple Reilly, D.L., J.P. (which is open to visitors), now in the possession of Mrs. Henry Thomson, and in which is annually fought the historic battle known as the "Scarva Sham Fight." Approaching the entrance gate to the demesne a magnificent building, the Scarva Orange Hall, stands upon a beautiful site. Scarva is noted for the purity of its water and its salubrious air, and is resorted to by those seeking health, and also by tourists and anglers. The great Wall of Ulidia, or Ulster, runs through the Scarva Demesne, and is termed in Irish Gleam-na-much diubhe (i.e., the Glen of the Black Pig). It is popularly known as The Dane's Cast, and in this neighbourhood are Danish forts, with ramparts and entrenchments, still in a splendid state of preservation. The shops' half-holiday is on Wednesday. Population, 180

Post Office - Mrs. Dunlop, postmistress
National School - John C. Long, principal; Miss E. Bailie and Miss J. Hanna, assistants
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Samuel F. Lusk, M.B., M.Ch. Edin. (on active service); Wm. Boyd, M.B., pro tem.

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Rev. P. A. Kelly, M.A., T.C.D., rector
Presbyterian Church
Methodist Church - Rev. W. S. Carey, B.A.
Commercial Hotel - Isaac Ellis, proprietor; Samuel Yates, manager
R.U.C. - Sergeant Brown and Constables McCarthy, Keenan, Davison, and Perry
Railway Station - GT. Gee, stationmaster

INHABITANTS

Acheson, James, farmer
Acheson, Robert, farmer
Adams, William, grocer
Adamson, John, spirit merchant
Adamson, Mrs. C., grocer and spirit merchant, Crown House
Allen, Samuel
Anderson, George, farmer
Anderson, Thomas, pork buyer and farmer, Terryhoogan House
Armstrong, Mrs., laundress
Ashwood, James, farmer

Bailie, Hugh, drill instructor and farmer, Island House
Bell, William, labourer and cattle dealer
Bingham, George, farmer
Bingham, Henry, horse breaker and farmer
Bingham, William, farmer
Birrell, Wm., signalman
Black, George, painter
Black, Mrs., farmer
Bradley, John, farmer
Brown, Isaac, farmer
Brown, Joseph, pensioner and plate layer
Brown, Robert, caretaker, Orange Hall
Browne, James, farmer

Campbell, P., lock keeper
Chambers, Samuel, farmer & flax mill owner
Clarke, George, farmer
Clarke, Henry, carpenter
Clarke, Mrs. John, farmer
Clarke, William, carpenter and mason
Clarke, W.
Cole, Andrew, farmer
Cole, David, farmer
Cole, James, gardener
Coleman, Mrs., pensioner
Conlon, Frank, farmer
Cooper, Constable J.
Cousins, Thomas Henry, farmer
Cousins, Wm. R., farmer
Cowan, Mrs., farmer
Crothers, Samuel, weaver
Crothers, Wm., farmer
Crozier, Thomas, farmer

Devlin, Charles, farmer
Dillon, Bella, washer woman
Dillon, Sarah A., scutcher
Dixon, Mary, pensioner
Donnell, Joseph, farmer
Doyle, John, farmer
Dunlop, Mrs., Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"

English, Miss R., farmer

Fisher, ?, Scarva Stores; manager, W. J. McKeeman
Flanegan, Mrs.
Fleck, John, ex-constable
Freeburne, Mrs. James

Gavin, Michael, signalman
Gillespie, William, farmer
Girvan, John, farmer
Glennon, Bertie, plate layer
Glennon, John, plate layer
Gordon, Wm., farmer
Gracey Bros., egg merchants and farmers, Druminargle House
Graham, John, farmer
Graham, Mrs. Wm., dress maker
Grant, John, farmer
Grant, John
Grant, Miss, farmer
Greenaway, Joseph, farmer
Greenaway, Thomas, weaver and labourer
Greer, James, farmer and watch maker
Greer, Miss L., farmer

Hamilton, J., retired army officer
Harold, William, farmer
Hawthorne, Mrs. Robert, farmer
Heak, Mrs. E.
Holland, Robert, grocer and machine agent
Hudson, Edwin, draper
Hudson, Thomas, farmer and cattle dealer

James, Mrs.
Johnston, Mrs. Isaac, farmer
Johnston, Mrs. W. I., farmer
Jones, Dawson, farmer
Jones, Nathaniel, farmer
Jones, Robert, farmer and sexton, Terryhoogan
Jones, Robert, farmer, Drumiller
Jones, Robert, jun., farmer

Kenley, Samuel, butcher

Liggett, Samuel, farmer
Liggett, Thos., farmer and carpenter

Magowan, Hugh, gardener
Mahaffy, David, farmer
Martin, Mrs., farmer
Martin, Mrs. J. M., farmer
Mathers, John, farmer, Edenderry
Mathers, Mrs., farmer
Mercer, Samuel, postman
Minniss, Mrs. Alice, scutcher
Minnis, Samuel, carpenter and scutcher
Minnis, Samuel, farmer
Minnis, Thomas, farmer
Moffatt, Francis, farmer
Moffitt, Miss, P.O. clerk
Moody, Mrs., farmer
Moody, Mrs. J., haberdasher
Mooney, John

McAleece, Daniel, farmer
McAteer, Daniel, surface man
McAteer, Mark, pensioner
McBurney, Isaac, farmer
McCarthy, Constable
McComb, Jos., jun., shoe maker and painter
McComb, Miss, dress maker
McConville, John, farmer and cattle dealer
McConville, Patrick, cattle dealer
McDowell, Joseph, weaver
McDowell, Thomas, head porter G.N.R.
McKeaney, Thomas, land steward
McKeown, Robert, postman
McIlroy, Sarah, weaver
McKeeman, Wm. J., manager Scarva Stores
McMillin, ex-Sergt.
McMurray, John W., posting establishment and motor proprietor and farmer
McMurray, Moses, postman
McParlan, Robt., blacksmith and farmer
McVeigh, Mrs. Bessie, farmer

Napier, Kate, hemstitcher
Newell, Richard, farmer

Patton, John, grocer and posting establishment
Patton, Robert, farmer
Plunkett, Robert, painter
Poole, Miss E., dress maker

Quinn, John, weaver

Rice, Thomas, farmer
Robinson, Wm., weaver
Ruddock, Alexander, farmer
Ryans, David, porter
Ryans, Frank, farmer and thatcher

Shanks, Samuel, school attendance officer
Smith, Archibald
Stanfield, Andrew
Sterritt, Samuel, mason and thatcher
Stewart, Josiah, nipper G.N.R.
Stewart, Wm. H., scutcher

Teggart, John, R.D.C. and farmer
Teggart, Samuel, farmer and contractor
Teggart, Saml., plate layer
Teggart, William, farmer, Lisnagade house
Thompson, John, plate layer
Thomson, H., Scarvagh House
Toal, James, farmer
Toal, John, cattle drover

Warwick, James A., farmer and agent for Lisbellaw Woollen Factory, Lakeview House
White, Atkinson, farmer
Whitten, Charles, farmer and horse dealer
Woods, James, R.D.C., farmer
Woods, Mrs. Sam, grocer

SEAFORDE

          A small village on the main road to Newcastle, twenty miles from Belfast, belonging to the Forde family, whose demesne is one of the most beautiful in the North of Ireland

Post Office - Mrs. McKee, postmistress
National School - Edward Gardner, principal
Police Barracks - Sergeant Wallace in charge
Petty Sessions are held once a month in the Courthouse

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Rev. J. Pooler
Presbyterian Church - Rev. C. Orr

INHABITANTS

Allen, Wm., sub-agent, Forde Estate

Bell, Miss, teacher
Boyd, Henry, farmer
Boyd, Thos., publican and grocer
Burke, Samuel, farmer, Drumcaw

Christy, John, butler

Devlin, A. McC., blacksmith

Forde, Mrs., Seaforde House
Forde, Thomas G., Seaforde House

Kennedy, D., farmer, Drumcaw
Kennedy, Mrs., dressmaker
Ker, Major, The Lodge

Lewis, John

Mitchell, Robert

McCurry, Robert, carpenter
McKee, John W., Grocer, &c. Agent for Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
McMeekin, John, carpenter

Neill, Arthur, farmer and sheep dealer

Odgers, Mrs.
O'Hare, Wm., boot maker

Patterson, W. J., farmer, Woodside

Quinn, John A., railway clerk

Smyth, James
Stewart, Rev. John, The Manse
Strain, Robert, farmer
Summers, John, landsteward

SIXMILECROSS

      This town, having a station on the Great Northern Railway, is situate a mile and a quarter from Beragh, seven from Omagh, and fourteen from Dungannon. The population is 400, and the town contains an unusually large number of business houses for its size. The market for the sale of fowls and agricultural produce is held every Monday, and a cattle, sheep, pigs, and horse fair is held on the 19th of each month.

Postal Office, Postal, Telegraph, and Money Order Office - Postmaster, R. H. Anderson, J.P.; telegraph clerk, Miss C. Lenard
Petty Sessions Court first Thursday of month
Northern Bank - J. C. Braddell, manager

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Rev. E. F. Campbell
Presbyterian Church - Rev. W. F. Marshall, B.A., M.A., LL.B.

PRINCIPAL INHABITANTS

Adams, William
Anderson, Irwin, J.P.
Anderson, James C., farmer
Anderson, J., carpenter
Anderson, R. D. A., merchant
Anderson, R. H., general merchant, tailoring, and dress making
Anderson, R. H., J.P., Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Anderson, R., smith
Anderson, W. S., J.P., farmer
Anderson, William, grocer
Armstrong, W., merchant

Baxter, Mrs. E. J., grocer
Brown, Robert, cattle dealer
Brown, Samuel, cattle dealer
Brown, T., C.P.S.

Callins, William, boot maker
Clark, Miss M., dress maker
Colhoune, Samuel, farmer
Conway, Owen, publican
Co-operative Stores - J. Graham, manager
Crawford, John

Dixon, Wm., & Sons, merchant tailors and boot merchants
Dixon, W. A., postman
Donaghey, Hugh, postman
Donaghey, Jane, leather merchant
Donaghey, John, blacksmith
Donaghy, W., postman
Donnelly, Miss B., dress maker

Ewings, T., postman

Ford, P. J., cycle agent

Grimes, P., gentleman

Houston, Miss, dress maker
Hughes, Felix, motor owner

Junk, W. T.

Kelly, George, J.P.
Kelly, John, publican
Kelly, John, & Co., merchants
Kerr, W., carpenter

Lafferty, N., motor garage
Leitch, Dr. W. J., dispensary doctor, and registrar of births, deaths, and marriages
Loughran, Miss

Maguire, Francis
Maguire, P. J., publican
Marshall, C., teacher
Mulholland, Archibald, farmer
Mulholland, Joseph, cattle dealer
Mulholland, Robert, cattle dealer
Mullin, Owen, carpenter

McAleer, H. K., publican and auctioneer
McAleer, M., N.T.
McCann, M., publican
McCann, Patrick
McDonald, James, station master
McFarland, J., fowl dealer
McGarrity, Robert, butcher
McGillon, John, N.T. and farmer
McLaren, Thos., jun., cattle dealer
McLearn, Thomas, J.P., grocer, posting and undertaker
McLoughlin, J. H., grocer, druggist, and printer
McNamee, Patrick, pig dealer
McNamee, Peter, car owner

Owens, F., draper and pork buyer
Owens, Mrs., relieving officer

Rafferty, Patrick, publican
Rafferty, Rose, merchant
Rogers, Mrs., merchant

Slane, James, carter
Sloan, Mrs., drapery
Swyton, Samuel, builder
Swyton, R. J., smith

STEWARTSTOWN

          Is a small market town in Co. Tyrone, about 35 miles from Belfast, situated on the road from Dungannon to Cookstown. It derived its original name, Castlestewart (subsequently changed to Stewartstown) from Sir Andrew Stewart, to whom James I. granted the surrounding district. About the year 1608 he erected a castle, or rather converted other buildings into one, and laid the foundation of the present town, on which he planted eighty Scotch families. About two miles from the town is Stuart Hall, the seat of Earl Castlestewart, who derives his title of Earl from this place. The town consists of a spacious square and three principal streets, well arranged, and the houses are built with stone and roofed with slate. The market is held on Wednesday, and the fair on the first Wednesday on and after the 12th of every month. The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday

Post Office - Mrs. Michael O'Neill, postmistress

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Donaghendry Parish Church - Rev. St. C. Stewart, rector
Ballyclog Parish Church - Rev. St. C. Steward, in charge
Clonoe Parish Church - Rev. W. Scott on charge
Arboe Parish Church - Rev. H. H. Cunningham, B.A., rector
Ardtrea Parish Church - Rev. E. A. Scott, rector
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. T. A. Speer, B.A.
Brigh Presbyterian Church - Vacant
Albany Presbyterian Church - Amalgamated with Coagh
Methodist Church - Vacant
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Francis Ward, C.C.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Banks - Ulster Bank Ltd. (permanent branch) -K. McIlveen, manager; Noel Blair, cashier.  Belfast Banking Company Ltd. (Wednesdays) - Thos. A. Ekin, manager.  Hibernian Bank Ltd. (Wednesdays) - W. Foote, manager
Stewartstown Loan Co. Ltd. - Robt. Crossett, secretary
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - Dr. R. J. Spence; deputy registrar, Dr. A. M. Elliott
National Schools - No. 1, Mr. Wright, teacher; Miss Hodge, assistant teacher.  Roman Catholic School - Patrick McGrath, teacher, Miss Tracy, assistant
Scottish Provident Institution - Agent, J. Porter Harris, Stewartstown

INHABITANTS

Anderson, Charles, Eary House
Anderson, David, grocer, hardware, and leather merchant
Anderson, William, Ballymaguire

Begley, James, carpenter
Bowden, Thomas, Legmourn
Bowden, W. J., Legmourn
Brown, Miss, news agent
Brown, George, victualler, The Square
Brown, Thos. G., grocer, victualler, and general merchant, North Street
Brown, Wm., & Sons, egg merchants, Tamlaghtmore
Burrows, H. S., spirit dealer, Imperial Hotel

Castlestuart, the Earl of, Stuart Hall
Charlemont, Viscount, Drumcairne
Corr, Patrick, spirit merchant and auctioneer, Railway Hotel

Donnelly, Mrs. S. A., spirit dealer
Dudgeon, Armour, & Co. Ltd., grocers, hardware, leather and timber merchants
Dudgeon, Chas. S., J.P.
Dunn, Robert, lime merchant, Gortatray

Ekin, Robert, Soarn
Elder, Robert, Grocer, Baker, Hardware, Seeds, Newsagent; Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"

Ferguson, Frederick, Shankey
Ferguson, Thomas, merchant, Albany
Fields, Miss, Ballyclog

Gallagher & Son, cycle agents
Gibson, John
Graham, J., station master G.N.R.
Greer, Thomas, J.P., Cratley House
Griffeth, Samuel, Weir's Hotel

Hardy, Thomas, boot maker
Harris, J. Porter, solicitor, Curglasson
Harris, The Misses, Prospect House
Henderson, Henry, Annahone
Henderson, Robert, builder and contractor
Henderson, Ross, farmer, Stewartstown
Henderson, Thomas J., The Rocks
Hogg, Thomas, Tullyconnell
Hutchinson, David, principal Donaghy N.S.

Ingram, Mrs., coffee rooms

Johnston, William, farmer, Curglasson

Kennedy, Mrs., Mullantean

Leonard, John, farmer and produce merchant, Barnhill
Logan, Charles. J.P., hardware and grocer, emigration, insurance and news agent, stationer and journalist
Lowe, William, Ballywhollan

Mackrell, S., farmer, Linneyglass
Martin, Robert, Aughlargue
Mayock, Sergt. Jas., R.U.C.
Megaw, David, Stewartstown
Megaw, David J., Killoon
Megaw, Miss, Stewartstown
Megaw, Mrs., Legmurn
Millar, Miss, confectioner, Church Street
Millar, Mrs., draper, Church Street
Millar, Robert, Cloughfin
Morgan, Robert, coach building establishment
Morrison, John, grocer and butcher

McCord, Mrs., dress maker
McGahey, James, Ballymaguire
McIntyre, Mrs., teacher Ballyclog N.S.
McIntyre, Wm., manager Creamery Co., Ballyclog
McKay, Thomas, Brigh
McKeown & Sons, Thos., building contractors, Ballyblagh
McKiver, James, grocer, delph merchant
McKiver, Jos., draper
McReynolds, T. A., Kingsmills

Newell, Alex., farmer, Stewartstown
Newell, Henry, farmer, Lisaclare
Newell, John, C.B. officer and summons server, Killymurphy

O'Neill, Michael, tailor
O'Rorke, Chas., egg and fowl dealer

Park, John, grocer and lessee of markets
Patterson, Alex., blacksmith

Quinn, Miss, Gortnaskea
Quinn, Joseph, spirit merchant and grocer

Rainey, Thomas, Eary

Simpson, Joseph, saddler
Sinclair, Samuel, West Street
Smith, Mrs. P. J., draper
Smyrrl, James, Ballymaguire
Spence, Dr. R. J., The Lodge
Stevenson, J. & C. R., boot and shoe makers and dealers
Stevenson, Robert, J.P., provision and hardware merchant
Stevenson, R. J., clerk of petty sessions and commissioner for oaths
Stewart, H. K., Drumcairne
Stewart, Hugh Robert, Ballywhollan
Stewart, John, farmer, Stewartstown
Stewart, Robert, Templereagh

Tohill, Hugh, butcher
Turtle, Robert, Drumgormal

Vance, Andrew, cycle agent and motor mechanic, Church Street

Wilson, Robert, shoe maker
Woollcombe, E. W., The Square
Wright, Alex., Donaghendry Cottage
Wright, Hamilton, tailor

STRABANE

          Strabane is a market town in County Tyrone, 102 miles W. by N. from Belfast, 18 N.N.W. from Omagh, and 12 from Derry, finely seated on the River Mourne, and on the line of the Great Northern Railway from Londonderry to Dublin. There is also the narrow-gauge (Donegal) railway from Strabane to Killybegs, which has recently been extended from Strabane to Londonderry. Another line has been opened by the Great Northern Railway Co. between Strabane and Letterkenny. The town and its environs are replete with interest. It was a small village until James I., in 1611, granted the surrounding district to the Duke of Abercorn. The family of the Duke of Abercorn enjoys the title of Viscount and Baron from it. Fairs - 1st February, 12th May, 1st August, 12th November; also monthly fairs on the first Thursdays in the other months. The flax markets are held on Wednesdays. A pork market is also held here on Tuesdays, and is by far the most important, being situated in one of the finest pig-rearing districts in the North of Ireland. Being the centre of a rich agricultural country, the grain market on Tuesday is very large and important. A grass-seed market was established in 1911, and proved very successful. The shops' half-holiday is on Thursday. The population is 5,107

Post Office, Main Street, Strabane
Petty Sessions Office - Jas. W. Devlin, clerk
R.U. Constabulary, Bowling Green - T. J. J. Gallagher, District Inspector
Commissioners of Affidavits - John Toorish, A. Hamilton, D. McAnaw
Registrar of Marriages - W. H. Ingram, clerk of union, Strabane, registrar
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - Dr. Walter L. Stevenson, Strabane
Strabane Steamboat Company - W. McK. Craig, manager
Strabane Coroner - John Elliott, solicitor
Physicians and Surgeons - J. J. McNicholl, Newton Street; W. L. Stevenson, M.B., Church Street; J. M. Hill, M.B., Castle Street; Charles Bannigan, Edenville
Excise Office, Railway Street - J. Ross
Inspectors of Markets - C. V. Noone
Town Surveyor - W. Stuart, B.E.
Recreation Park Co. - J. S. Weir, J.P., secretary
Solicitors - Strabane - John F. A. Simms, John Elliott, Thomas Elliott, Robert Burke, LL.D.; W. P. Moody, John McCay, Edward Clarke, H. T. Gallagher, T. E. Nelson, LL.D.; James Browne, William King, R. S. Magee
Urban District Council - Charles Browne, J.P., chairman; John Perry, vice-chairman; Wm. Harpur, J.P.; Wm. B. Smyth, J.P.; M. Furey, T. Stewart, J. Tourish, J. Boyle, R. Cunningham, J. Kelly, J. Devine, J.P.
Representatives on County Tyrone Technical Committee - Rev. T. Baird, D.D.; Rev. John Doherty, P.P.; C. Browne, J. Tourish, J. Perry, U.D.C.
Magistrates - W. B. Smyth, Strathfoyle, Strabane; E. Gallagher, J. Stewart, Liskey; John S. Weir, J.P., Drumbuoy House, Strabane; Thos. Burns, Market Street, Strabane; Denis Hegarty, Urney, Strabane; Mrs. Maud Herdman, Sion House, Strabane; John Harkin, J. G. Brown, Drumeagle, Sion Mills; J. White, Bowling Green, Strabane; Miss M. Mayne, Sion, Strabane; Miss L. Ballentine, Lisdivin, Strabane; S. S. Stevenson, Ballylaw, Strabane; D. McShane, Glenmornan; W. McDevitt, Strabane; Wm. Harpur, Milltown House; A. P. Campbell, Donemana; J. C. Entrican, Gortlougher, Strabane; Chas. Browne, Strabane
Strabane Technical Committee - Rev. T. Baird, D.D. (chairman); Rev. E. Clarke, Rev. John Doherty, P.P.; Rev. Samuel Connolly, P.P.; Rev. J. O'Kane, P.P.; Rev. H. G. Collier, William Harpur, J.P.; John Perry
Town Clerk - James C. Browne

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland, Bowling Green - Rev. T. Baird, B.D., incumbent. Church Wardens - John Rogers and J. B. Wilson. Organist and choir master, Miss M. Russell
Presbyterian Church - Rev. E. Clarke, M.A.; session clerk, J. J. Smyth; organist, A. Forbes, A.L.C.M.
Strabane Roman Catholic Chapel - Very Rev. John Doherty, P.P.; Rev. J. Tracey, C.C.; Rev. J. Devine, C.C.
Melmount Chapel - Rev. James O'Kane, P.P.; Rev. Geo. Ryan, C.C.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Banks (branches) - Belfast Banking Co. Ltd., Main Street - J. K. L'Amie, manager; A. C. Carson, teller. Provincial Bank of Ireland, Main Street - S. W. Hingston, manager. Ulster Bank Ltd., Abercorn Square - J. McConnell, manager; R. Esler, pro. manager. Hibernian - P. J. McLaughlin, manager. Northern Bank - E. Trimble, manager. Munster and Leinster Bank - J. Connolly, manager
Gas Works - P. J. Rooney, manager
Dispensary, Newtown House - W. L. Stevenson, M.B.
National Schools - First Presbyterian Church - Boys, A. Kincaid, teacher; girls, Miss Young, teacher; Barrack Street, A. Doherty, teacher; Abercorn School, Bowling Green, W. J. Duke and Miss Sinclair, teachers
Music Teachers - Miss Gray, Miss Connolly, Miss M. Russell, A. Forbes, L.R.A.M.
United Counties Club - Hon. secs., E. C. Herdman and H. C. Cochrane
Abercorn Estate Office, Bowling Green - J. F. A. Simms, solicitor, agent
Masonic Lodges - "Harmony" Lodge (102), Lifford, "Abercorn" Lodge (251), Strabane
Station Master - John Rodgers
Board of Guardians and District Council (Rural) - Major J. H. McCormick, Commissioner, now in charge
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, Gerald J. Lamie, Belfast Bank

HOTELS

Abercorn Arms, Castle Street - The Gibson Hotels Ltd.
Commercial, Main Street - Miss Barry
Mourne, New Street - Mrs. Harkin
Ulster - Abercorn Square - Miss Furey
Temperance Hotel, Abercorn Square - Mrs. Pollock
The Windsor, Abercorn Square, Mrs. Magee

INHABITANTS

Abercorn, The Duke of, Baron's Court
Anderson, John, cycle agent, Castle Street
Anderson, R. J., merchant, Main Street

Baird, Rev. T., B.D., The Rectory
Bannagan, James, nurseryman, Chapel Street
Bannagan, M. J., dentist, Main Street
Bannigan, C., M.B., Edenville, Strabane
Barnhill, W. W., Barrister-at-Law, Back Fence
Barry, Miss M., Commercial Hotel, Main Street
Baxter, H., saddler, Bridge Street
Black, John A., flax buyer, Derry Road
Blair, R. J., Ltd., printers, booksellers, stationers, newsagents, toy dealers, Main Street; agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Bradley, J. C., merchant tailor, Main Street
Browne, Charles, wine merchant
Bruce, Miss M., ladies' emporium, Main Street
Bruce & Co., drapers, Main Street
Buchanan, John, cycle agent, Railway Road
Burns, Thomas, pawn broker, Market Street
Bustard, J., contractor, Main Street

Campbell, Alex., watch maker, Abercorn Square
Campbell, A. P., auctioneer, Abercorn Square
Clarke, Rev. Edward, The Manse, Derry Road
Clarke & Co., wholesale wine and spirit merchants, Main Street
Colhoun, John, grocer, Main Street
Connolly, C., furniture remover, Abercorn Square
Connolly, Rev. Samuel, P.P., Woodend
Conroy, E., draper, Main Street
Cooper, Herbert, photographer, Railway Road

Davison, J., plumber and gasfitter, Main Street
Deery, P., motor and cycle agent, Railway Street
Devine, B., Derry Road
Devine, C., publican, Townsend Street
Devine & Co., publicans, Castle Street
Devine & Co., tea merchants, Main Street
Dick, T., auctioneer
Dillon & Co., butchers, Castle Place
Doherty, C., coach builder, Railway Street
Doherty, Dan, flesher, Market Street
Doherty, Mrs. R., publican, Main Street
Donnell, John R., coal and timber merchant
Doran, P.. baker, Main Street

Elliott & Sons, wine merchants, The Castle
Ewing, John, jeweller, Main Street

Feely, Thomas B., Tulagh-na-greine
Forbes, A., music teacher, Main Street
Fowler, Thos. A., commission agent, Main Street
Fowler & Graham, auctioneers, Main Street
Fulton, Wm., Eddymore
Fury, T., publican, Patrick Street

Gailey, J., grocer, Main Street
Gallagher, Daniel, painter and house decorator, Market House Street
Gallagher, Egan, & Co., shirt factory, Derry Road; P. Gallagher, manager
Gallagher, Edward, J.P., merchant, Main Street
Gallagher, Joseph, sadler (saddler), Castle Street
Gallagher, J., merchant tailor, Main Street
Gamble, R., contractor, Derry Road
Gibson, Mrs., Abercorn Arms Hotel, and posting establishment
Gilbey & Co. Ltd., wine merchants, Main Street
Gormley, Mrs., newsagent and stationer, Main Street
Gormley & Browne, merchants, Abercorn Square
Gray Bros., printers, booksellers and stationers, Main Street
Griffin, E., publican, Castle Street
Griffin, J., fancy goods, Railway Street

Hamilton, Andrew, emigration agent, Patrick Street
Hamilton, D., Bowling Green
Hamilton, R., grocer, Abercorn Square
Hanberry, T., publican, Lifford Street
Hanna, Mrs., publican, Main Street
Harkin, Mrs., Mourne Hotel, Abercorn Square
Harpur & Sons, merchants, Main Street
Herdman, Captain J. C., Sion Mills House
Herdman, Major E. C, D.L., Carricklee House
Herdman & Co., flax and tow spinners, Sion Mills
Hill, James, & Co., Castle Street
Hill, Mrs., Hazelwood
Hone, B., publican, Patrick Street
Honeyford & Co., butter and egg merchants

Ingram, Mrs., Academy House, Derry Road

Jarvis, John, delph and china merchant, Main Street

Keatly, Mrs., Bowling Green
Kelly, Mrs., publican, Abercorn Square
Kennedy, James, merchant, Main Street
Kennedy, J., merchant tailor, Bowling Green
Kilgore, J., grocer, Meetinghouse Street
King, W., tobacconist, Main Street
King, Wm., Newtown House

Lowry, A. & J., grocers, Main Street
Lyons, A. V., & Co., boot merchants, Abercorn Square

Maguire, Hugh, grocer and coal merchant, New Street
Maguire, Miss, milliner, New Street
Mahaffy & Co., merchants, Abercorn Square
Marshall, George M., chemist, Main Street
Mellon, John, retail draper and boot merchant, Butcher Street
Millar, J. W., & Co., boot and shoe merchant, hardware merchant, and funeral undertaker, Main Street
Mitchell & Co., fancy warehouse, Main Street
Moore, Geo. F., grocer, Main Street
Mutch, George, commission agent, Cavanalee

McAleer, Owen, & Sons, contractors, Barrack Street
McAnaw, J., baker, Castle Street
McAnaw, D., jun., confectioner, Main Street
McCaffrey, W. H., auctioneer and valuator, Main Street
McClay, James, & Son, builders, Bridge end
McConnell, W. F., M.R.C.V.S., Bowling Green
McCosker, J. & G., painters, Main Street
McCrea, T., publican, Bridge Street
McDermott, Wm., publican, Barrack Street
McDevitt, John J., flax merchant, Railway Street
McDevitt, Wm., pawn broker, Market Street
McDonnell, Mrs., fruiterer and fish merchant, Market Street
McDougall, John, saddler, Main Street
McElhinney, T., baker and confectioner, Main Street
McGale, Henry, merchant tailor, Derry Road
McGale, M., plumber and gasfitter, Main Street
McGettigan, T., chemist, Market Street
McGrath Bros., cycle agents, Bridge Street
McGuinness, S. J., dentist, Railway Street
McHenry, Mrs., wine merchant, Railway Road
McKee, James, insurance superintendent, Bowling Green
McKee, P., draper, Main Street
McKenna, Miss, grocer and fruiterer, Railway Street
McKinley, Mrs., publican, Main Street

O'Connor, E., coach builder, Bridgend Street
O'Doherty, Ltd., drapers, Main Street
Orr, J. L., M.R.C.V.S., Main Street

Perry, John, U.D.C., Market Street
Pollock, Mrs., Temperance Hotel, Abercorn Square

Quigley, Mrs., coal merchant, Barrack Street
Quigley, P., butcher, Main Street
Quinn Bros., harness makers, Abercorn Square
Quinn, J., publican, Main Street

Reilly & Co., flax merchants, Bowling Green
Rennison, Rev. Wm. G., Leckpatrick
Ricardo, Mrs., The Brae, Sion Mills
Riddall, James R., grocer, Main Street
Rodgers, F. J., jeweller, Castle Street
Rule & Co., Samuel, grocers, Main Street
Russell, J. W., steam baker and manufacturing confectioner, and mineral water manufacturer, Main Street
Russell, W., draper, Manchester House

Sayers & Co., drapers, Main Street
Smith, Robert J., merchant, Main Street
Smyth, John J., Bowling Green, Strabane
Smyth, Robert, & Sons, merchants, Canal Basin
Smyth, Wm., insurance agent, Abercorn Terrace
Smyth, Wm., Milltown Cottage, Strabane
Snodgrass, A., grocer, Main Street
Snodgrass, A., M.R.C.V.S., Railway Street
Spence, The Misses, milliners, &c., Main Street
Stapley & Smith, shirt factory, Barrack Street; M. McGinley, manager
Stevenson, R., & Son, hardware merchants, Main Street
Stevenson & Co., drapers, Main Street
Stewart, James, J.P., Liskey, Strabane
Sweeney, T., butter and egg merchant, (Main Street)

Taylor, J., & Son, iron and brass foundry
Taylor, S., draper, Main Street
Thompson, Miss, Victoria Temperance Hotel, Main Street
Timoney, Michael, draper, Market Street
Timoney, Mrs., draper, Market Street
Traynor, John, butcher, Abercorn Square
Traynor, Wm., fruit merchant, Market Street
Tynan, Samuel, grocer, Bridge End

Wauchob, John T., Beechmount, Strabane
White, James, hardware merchant, Main Street
White & Co., cabinetmakers, upholsterers, Railway Street
Weir, A., & Co. Ltd., auctioneers, &c., and undertakers, Railway Street
Woods, Alfred, butcher, Castle Place
Wright, Mrs. A., draper, Main Street
Wishart, S., boot merchant, Main Street

STRANGFORD

          A small seaport in County Down, situated immediately opposite Portaferry, on the western shore of the strait or channel. The place is the property of the Lady Una M. Ross, whose seat, Oldcourt, is adjoining. About a mile distant is the beautiful demesne of Castle Ward, the seat of Lord Bangor. The town, which is in the vicinity of the fine lough of its name, contains some good houses. It has constabulary and coastguard stations. The places of worship are - the Churches of Ireland at Ballyculter and Kilclief, Oldcourt Private Chapel, a Presbyterian Church, and a Roman Catholic Chapel. One National School (Lady U. M. Ross, patron). Schools are supported by Lady U. M. Ross

Post Office and Telegraph Office - Edward Wallis, postmaster
Harbour Master - R. Farrow
Constabulary Station - Sergeant Bellew
Weighbridge Offices - H. Quayle, J. Elliott & Co., and J. Sharvin

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Churches of Ireland - At Ballycutler, Kilclief, and Oldcourt - Rev. Geo. Foster, rector
Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. Cargin
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. R. O'Rawe, P.P.; Rev. J. Watson, C.C.
Bangor Estate Office and Oldcourt Estate Office - Mr. David Johnston, Agent for Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation and Auctioneer and Valuer

INHABITANTS

Aiken, Robt., land steward, Castleward
Armstrong, Mrs. S., Strangford House

Bangor, The Right Hon. Viscount, D.L., Castleward
Bangor, Viscountess, Castleward

Coats, John, farmer, Carrcassey
Convery, Mrs., farmer, Ballyorgan House
Conway Bros., posting establishment
Creen, Hugh, farmer, Drumroe
Creen, J. P. & W., steam threshing and haulage contractors, Drumroe
Crolly, John, J.P., Ballynarry

Denvir, Robert, farmer, Ballynarry
Denvir, Robert John, Legnagoppog

Ennis, James, retired farmer

Farrow, Richard, yachtsman and harbour master
Fitzsimons, Henry, D.C., Drumroe

Glasgow, Miss, M.D., dispensary doctor, Strangford
Graham, Thomas, gardener, Oldcourt

Hanna, Patrick, Excise Officer, Millquarter
Head, Major H. Nugent, J.P., Ferryquarter
Head, Mrs. H. A., Ferryquarter
Henderson, John, game keeper, Castleward
Heighway, T., mariner
Holland, W. T., farmer, Audleystown
Hopkins, Mrs., spirit dealer
Hughes, Johnston, Churchtown Farms and Belfast

Irwin, Miss, The Anchorage, Strangford

Johnston, Alfred, farmer, Tully
Johnston, David H., builder and at Belfast
Johnston, James, farmer, Cloughy
Johnston, John, Legnagoppog

Kallaway, Robert, joiner, Strangford
Keaghey, Mrs., Ballyculter
Keaghey, Robert G., Ballyculter Mills
Kennedy, Robert, carpenter, Strangford
Keown, W. P., farmer & publican, Ballyhornan

Laverty, Leo, blacksmith
Lawson, John, farmer, Tullyratty

Magilton, Mrs. F., Cloughey
Maginn, Wm., Kilclief Castle
Martin, Geo. A., Blackcauseway House
Mathews, Moses, farmer, Ballynarry
Matthews, James, Corbally House
Murnan, James, boat builder, Cloughy
Murphy, Miss Catherine, publican and grocer

McCausland, Frank, Isle O'Valla
McCormick, Thos., Millquarter Mills
McDowell, Wm., boatman
McFall, A., grocer, Temperance Hotel
McKibben, Mrs., farmer, Cloughy
McLaughlin, F. Pearl, M.B., J.P.
McMullan, Patk., N.S. teacher, Kilclif
McMurray, John W., school master, Ballyculter, and organist, Ballyculter Parish Church

Nunan, T. G., head master, National School

Orr, John, Churchtown

Polly, Robert, farmer, Ballylenagh
Polly, Wm., D.C., Drumroe
Pooler, Rev. C. K., D.Litt., Strangford and Whitehouse
Porter, A., farmer, Ballyculter Post Office
Porter, Mrs. Lizzie, farmer, Ballyculter

Quayle, Hedley S., Family Grocer, Hotel Proprietor, Coal and Farm Produce Merchant, Posting Establishment, Agent for "Belfast News-Letter,"
Quayle, Walter, farmer, Hillside

Ross, Lady Una M., Old Court

Seed, Samuel, farmer, Ballyculter
Sharvin, John, grocer, posting establishment, spirit dealer, coal, and farm produce merchant
Sharvin, S., auctioneer
Skillen, Samuel chauffeur
Swail, George, pilot, Strangford
Sweetman, John, registrar of births, marriages, and deaths, and draper

Wallis, Geo. H., farmer, Creenstown
Wilson, Thos., steam threshing contractor, Strangford

Young, Miss Rebecca

STRANOCUM

Post Office - Miss J. W. Lamont, postmistress; Mrs. Henry, clerk; Miss Blair, assistant
National Schools - Stranocum - Jas. Miller, master; Miss Roger, assistant. Ballycreagh - John McCoubrey, master; Miss Cunningham, assistant. Tullybane - Miss M. Biggart, mistress; Miss Kerr
Ballyrashane Creamery Co. - David Anderson, manager
Reading and Recreation Club - James Miller, secretary & treasurer; John Montgomery, caretaker
Orange Hall (Lodge No. 749) - Frank Simpson, master
Independent Orange Hall (Lodge No. 34) - James Knox, master
Corn and Flax Mills - James Hamilton, proprietor; John Holmes, manager; G. Hutchinson, miller
Registrar for Births, Marriages, and Deaths - W. B. Hamilton, Ballymoney

INHABITANTS

Adams, Archd., tailor
Adams, James, flax dresser
Adams, Thomas, gardener

Biggart, Robt., farmer, Gladhill
Boyland, Sampson, farmer, Ballynafeigh

Cairns, John, car proprietor, Gracehill
Cairns, Thomas, shoe maker
Caldwell, Rev. Thos., Presbyterian minister, Bushvale Church
Campbell, Mrs., Railway View
Campbell, Mrs. M. A., farmer
Campbell, R., postman
Campbell, Wm., Ballynafeigh
Chestnutt, John, farmer
Clark, Thomas, well sinker
Cochrane, David, The Cottage
Coils, Daniel, postman
Colgan, Joseph, caretaker, Gracehill
Colgan, Wm., herd, Gracehill
Cross, Francis, grocer, hardware, and provision merchant
Crothers, Rev. Alex., Presbyterian minister, Roseyards Church

Dinsmore, John, shoe maker

Ford-Hutchinson, Lieut.-Col. G. H., D.S.O., Rangerford
Fort-Hutchinson, Mrs., Wilford
Ford-Hutchinson, Rev. W., J.P., Stranocum House

Gardner, W. J., Ballyrobin
Gillan, Hugh, insurance agent, sexton of Bushvale Church
Greaves, Douglas, cycle maker and repairer
Greaves, Thomas, motor proprietor

Hamill, John, kilnman
Hamilton, James, farmer, Woodview
Hamilton, W. B., registrars, &c.
Hazlett, T. A., postman
Henry, Archibald, farmer
Henry, Thomas, farmer and flax mill
Holmes, William, Rose Cottage
Huey, Samuel, publican, grocer, and cattle dealer

Irwin, James S., Gracehill House, and Redhill, Upper Newtownards Road

Johnston, James, farmer and cattle dealer

Kane, Robert, farmer
Kerr, Robert, farmer
Knox, G. M., farmer, Ballycregagh

Lamont, James, farmer, Brookville House
Lamont, Robert, farmer, Magheraboy
Lawson, Joseph, thatcher
Lilley, James, farmer
Linagen, J., ex-postman
Logan, James, sexton Roseyards Church
Lyons, Joseph, farmer, Ballynafeigh

Marks, Wilson, farmer
Mathews, James, publican
Miller, Sydney, proprietor flax mill
Mitchell, Alexander, farmer
Mitchell, Robert, carpenter
Morrow, Robert, farmer

McBride, Geo., station master
McCloy, Mrs. E., farmer
McCurdy, William, newsagent and farmer
MacDermott, Miss S., Mountain View
McDowell, James, farmer
McDowell, John
McIlhatton, Mrs., farmer and flax mill
McIntyre, Wm., farmer
McKay, Richard, blacksmith
McKean, Miss, farmer
McMullan, John, farmer, Cloverhill
McNeill, Alex., Gardenvale

Owens, Thomas, postman

Patrick, Daniel, farmer
Patton, John, carpenter
Patton, William, farmer, Livery
Patton, Wm., farmer, Roseyards

Redmond, Robert, farmer
Reid, James, farmer, Ballyrobin
Reid, John, tailor
Reid, W., farmer
Rogers, Mrs.

Sayers, Richard, farmer
Simpson, James, farmer
Smith, John, farmer

Thompson, James, farmer

Walker, David, farmer

TANDERAGEE

           (Anciently "Tawnatclee" or "Tawnatlee") is a market town in the Parliamentary Division of Mid-Armagh, 24 miles S.W. from Belfast, on the river Cusher, and at the intersection of the road from Portadown to Newry. The Newry Canal, which comes within a mile and a half of the town, offers all its facilities of communication for trading with the larger towns of Belfast, Portadown, and Newry. The Great Northern Railway passes 1 miles from the town, on which there is a station between Tanderagee and Gilford, at the Madden Bridge. The town stands on a steep hill, and consists of two principal and three smaller streets. It is on the estate of the Duke of Manchester. A cattle fair is held on the second Wednesday of each month, and a market for pork, butter, and eggs every Wednesday. The shops' half-holiday is on Tuesday. Population - Tanderagee, 1,409; Laurel Vale, 594; Clare, 132

Post Office and Public Telephone Call Office, Market Street - Benjamin Anderson, postmaster.  P.O. telephone, "Tandragee 1"
Police Station - Captain Andrews, district inspector; Sergeant Blair, Market Street
Local Magistrates - His Grace the Duke of Manchester, Thomas K. Harbison, Comascrebe, Portadown; Heber (Herbert), A. Magenis, Poyntzpass; Thomas G. Sinton, J.P., Laurelvale, Tandragee; James Taylor, M.D., Tanderagee; Thos. Henry White, Orange Hill House, Tanderagee; Thomas Collen, Bloomhill, Tanderagee; Geo. H. Dickson, Mall View, Seth Mathers, Ballymore; John McGran, Lauralvale
Medical - James Taylor, J.P., physician and surgeon, The Square
Urban District Council - T. H. White, J.P., (chairman); B. Coburn (vice-chairman), T. Neill, J. Roberts, W. J. Meredith, T. H. White, J.P.; G. Crothers, H. Dickson, E. Maginnis, John Adair
Rate Collector - J. R. Liggett
Town Clerk - Samuel Sterling
Town Surveyor and Sub-Sanitary Officer - Samuel Greer
Registrar for Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. James Taylor, J.P.; W. J. Meredith, assistant registrar
Inspector Under Shops Act - S. Greer
Mid-wife - Miss E. Mason, Collins' Court

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Belfast Banking Co. Ltd., Market Street - W. G. Seale, manager; V. Dougan, cashier
Provincial Banking Co. Ltd. - Manager, W. Muirhead; cashier, S. Trainor
Dispensary - James Taylor, J.P., medical officer, physician and surgeon
Mullavilly National School - Rev. R. J. Montgomery, vicar, patron; Wm. Dunbar, master
National School, Market Street - Rev. R. S. Morrison, B.A., rector, patron; S. Marshall, teacher male school; Miss E. Mills, assistant male school; Miss Ryan, teacher, and Mrs. Marshall, assistant female school
The Grove School - Rev. Jas. Edgar, B.A., patron; Mr. T. McMordie, master; Mrs. McMordie, assistant teacher
Cabra School - William Bain, master
St. James' National School, Market Street - Rev. C. Short, P.P., patron; J. Mallon, master; Miss McCann, principal girls' school
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation Limited - Agent, W. P. Seale, Belfast Bank

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland, Church Street - Rev. R. S. Morrison, M.A., rector
Presbyterian Church, Clare Road - Rev. J. Edgar, B.A., minister, The Manse, Clare Road
Methodist Church, Market Street - Rev. ? Carey
Baptist Church, Gilford Road - Pastor Bell
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. C. Short, P.P.
Mullavilly Chapel - Rev. P. McNeice, P.P., Mullavilly
Mullavilly Church of Ireland - Rev. R. J. Montgomery, Mullavilly
Clare, Church of Ireland - Rev. ? Johnston, M.A.
Clare Presbyterian Church - Rev. Robert J. Whan, The Manse, Clare, Tandragee
Clare Seceding Church - Vacant

INHABITANTS

Acheson, Mrs., fruiterer
Adair, Allan, farmer, Mullintur
Adair, John, Central Hotel, Market Street
Adair, Joseph Henry, Mullaghglass
Adair, Robert, Clare
Alban, Mrs. T., farmer, Ballylisk House
Alexander, Thomas, farmer, Cargans
Anderson, B. A., clerk of petty sessions, and postmaster, Market Street
Anderson, John, cattle dealer, Main Street
Anderson, Joseph, provision merchant and pork buyer, Market Street
Anderson, The Misses, grocer, Market Street
Anderson, Thos., & Co., cycle agents
Anderson, William, farmer, Mullaghglass
Anderson, W. J., pork buyer, Cargans
Annett, Mrs., farmer, Cargans
Annett, T., farmer, Ballylisk
Annett, William, farmer, Mullahead
Aston, Thos., engineer, Market Street
Aston, William John, farmer, Mullaglass
Atkinson, W. J., Druminure
Atwell, John, gardener, White's Row

Babe, Mrs. W., Mullahead
Bain, William, school teacher, Cabra School
Balmer, George, blacksmith, Ballylisk
Barr, Isaac, coal and timber merchant
Barr, Mrs., Ballylisk, Tandragee
Barr, Mrs. S. J., Market Street
Barr, William, grocer and hardware merchant, Market Street
Bebe, Charles, & Son, grocers and hardware merchants, Laurelvale
Bebe, J., farmer, Ballylisk
Bebe, Mrs. Victor, Mill House, Tandragee
Bebe, Victor, manager, spinning mill, Tanderagee
Bissett, James, school inspector and civil bill officer, Market Street
Bissett, Miss, dress maker, Market Street
Blakely, Nicholas, Athol Cottage, Ballymore
Black, Robert, Lisbane
Black, William John, farmer, Lisbane
Boal, W., White's Terrace
Bourlace, Miss, Church Street
Boyle, James, White's Row
Bradley, John, horse trainer, Market Square
Bradley, Jos., Mill Street
Brown, Isaac, Terryhoogan
Brown, The Misses, Violet Hill
Burns, Bernard, Mill Row
Burns, James, miller, Montague Street

Callaghan, Robert, Montague Terrace
Campbell, James, farmer, Drumaleg
Campbell, James, Market Street
Campbell, Patrick, flax sorter, Market Street
Cassidy, James, mechanic and cycle agent, Market Street
Cassidy, Joseph, mechanic, Market Street
Cassidy, Patrick, fowl dealer, Market Street
Caughey, Mrs. R., Montague Terrace
Caughey, R., Montague Terrace
Clarke, William, saddler and harness maker, The Square
Coburn, Boyd, draper and gentlemen's outfitter, Market Street
Coburn, John Robert, Mandeville Arms Hotel, Market Street
Coburn, J. & J., flour millers and scutch mills, Moodage
Collen, Mrs. T., The Mall, Tandragee
Collen, Thomas, J.P., contractor, Ballynock
Crilly, Annie, confectioner
Croft, Samuel, wood turner, Market Street
Cullen, J., spirit merchant and grocer

Davison, J. Robert, carrier, Market Street
Davison, James, newsagent, Market Street; agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Davison, James, posting establishment
Davison, Robert Henry, farmer, Mullahead
Davis, Samuel, farmer, Tullyhue
Dickson, George, grocer and provision merchant, Market Street
Dickson, Mrs., dress maker, Mill Street
Dickson, T. M., flax buyer, Tandragee
Dougan, ?, cashier Belfast Bank, Church Street
Duffy, William, grocer, Church Street

Edgar, Rev. James, B.A., The Manse, Clare Road, Tanderagee
Ellis, William, Clare
Entwistle, W. J., Druminure
Ewing, Robert, farmer, Cargans

Farrel, B., fruit and vegetable store, Mill Street
Fearon, Mrs., organist, Church View
Feenan, Hugh, Market Street
Feenan, Patrick, hackle setter, Mill Street
Ferguson, T., Church Street
Ferris, William, Tullyhue
Finch, J. A., accountant, Mill Street
Finlay, James, preparing master, Mill Street
Finlay, Mrs. Thomas, Tullyhue
Flannigan, J., blacksmith, Preachinghouse Entry
Foy, Mrs., Main Street
Fry, John Henry, carpenter, Clare
Fullerton, James, Mill Street
Fulton, ?, Post Office and grocer, Clare

Gamble, James, victualler, Market Street
Gardner, Francis, Hospital Row
Garland, Patrick, Mill Row
Gillis, Mrs., Rose Cottage, Tanderagee
Gordon, Robert, carter, Mill Street
Gordon, William, general dealer, Mill Street
Gracey, Mrs., farmer, Ballymore
Gracey, Thomas, farmer, Ballymore
Graham, William, farmer, Tullyhue
Grant, Thomas, farmer, Lisbane
Greenaway, Joseph, farmer, Mullaghglass
Greenlee, James, farmer, Cargans
Greer, Samuel, assistant surveyor and sanitary inspector
Greer, Samuel, land surveyor and assistant county surveyor, Montague Street
Grimason, Joseph, horse dealer, Ballymore

Hagan, William, hair dresser, Market Street
Haire, Thomas, shoe maker, Ballylisk
Hall, James, farmer, Moodage
Hall, Joseph, Madden Inn
Hall, J., gardener, Castle Gardens
Hampten, Mrs. T., Church Street
Harden, Major, Harrybrook
Harden, Mrs., Harrybrook
Harold, William, farmer, Mullaghglass
Harvey, Mrs. T., leather and shoe merchant, and spirit merchant, Market Square
Harvey, W. J., carpenter, Tullyhue
Heake, James, farmer, Cargans
Heake, Thomas, farmer, Cargans
Henderson, William G., Ballymore
Henry, James, miller, Market Street
Higgins, Mrs., White's Row
Hodgen, John, farmer, Cooleyhill
Hughes, Miss, newsagent, Mill Street
Humphries, Mrs., Church Street

Irwin, Edward, Kimbolton Cottage
Irwin, John, Cargans
Irwin, Robert, farmer, Ballymore
Irwin, Robert, butcher and farmer, Market Street

Jelly, George, carpenter, Church View
Jelly, Henry, carrier, Mill Street
Jelly, John, insurance agent, Market Street
Johnston, J., provision agent, Market Street
Jones, Dawson, farmer, Terryhoogan

Kane, D., publican, Church Street
Kilpatrick, Mrs. Wm., Cabra Grove
King, John, farmer, Lisbane
Kinley, Moses, flesher, Market Street
Kinley, William, butcher, Market Square

Lamb, William, carpenter
Lancashire, J., watch maker, Drumnalig
Leggett, Robert John, farmer, Tullyhue
Leggett, Samuel G., farmer, Mullaghglass
Lennon, Mrs. George, Ballymore House
Livingston, Mrs., Main Street
Lockhart, William, Clare
Lone, James, Lisbane
Loughlin, J., mechanic, White's Terrace
Loy, Patrick, Mill Street

Maginnis, Edward, flax sorter, Mill Row
Maginnis, John, farmer, Mullahead
Maginnis, John E., woollen draper, Market Street
Maginnis, The Misses, Portadown Road
Maginnis, Wm., paper hanger and painter, Market Street
Manchester, His Grace the Duke of, Tanderagee Castle
Marks, The Misses, Mill Street
Martin, Mrs. Jessie, Market Street
Mason, Miss, district nurse, The Dispensary
Mathers, Edward, farmer, Ballymore
Mathers, John, farmer, Mullaghglass
Mathers, Seth, farmer and cattle dealer, Ballymore
Mayes, Samuel, plumber and gasfitter, Mill Street
Mehaffy, J., corn and saw mills, Lisavague
Meredith, Mrs., Mullintur
Meredith, W. J., farmer, Springfield
Meredith, W. J., druggist, Mill Street
Molony, Miss, Market Square
Montgomery, Rev. R. J., Vigarage, Mullavilly (Vicarage)
Morgan, J., Manchester Arms
Morrison, Meredith, cashier, Laurelvale
Morrison, Rev. R. S., rector of parish of Ballymore, The Rectory, Tanderagee
Morrison, Robert, farmer, Sandy Hill

McBirney, David, farmer, Mullaghglass
McCann, Hugh, grocer, Market Square
McCann, Miss, teacher, Market Street
McClelland, Robert, farmer, Moodage
McClelland, Samuel, grocer, Market Street
McClelland, William, miller, Clare
McCreanor, Mrs., Mill Street
McCreight, William, farmer, Derryallen
McCudden, Michael, carpenter, Mill Street
McCudden, Mrs., newsagent and grocer, Mill Street
McCullough, J., shoe maker, The Square
McCullough, Wm., tailor, Mill Street
McCune, Robert, banker, The Square
McDonald, Miss, Mullahead
McDonald, Mrs., lodging house, Market Square
McDonald, The Misses, Market Square
McEndoo, Mrs., Market Square
McGahey, W., Montague Terrace
McHenry, Ellen, confectioner, tea and dining rooms, Market Street
McIlroy, B., Market Street
McIvor, Robt., butcher and farmer, Market Street
McKee, Edward, Tullyhue
McKee, W. J., station master, Madden
McKelvey, Hester, dress maker, Market Street
McMordie, Thos., teacher, The Grove School
McMurray, James, mason and contractor, Market Square
McMurray, Wm., stone mason, Church Street

Neil, Thomas, grocer, Church Street
Neill, Thomas, farmer, Ballymore
Newell, Richard, farmer, Lerryhoogan
Newman, W. J., cycle repairer, Church Street

Overend, Andrew, farmer, Mullahead
Overend, Miss, farmer, Tullyhue
O'Hare, John, baker and grocer, Market Square
O'Hare, John, fowl dealer, Mill Street

Palmer, David, miller, White's Row
Pearson, James, Ballymore
Pollock, Daniel, preparing master, Drumaleg
Purdy, Robert, dairyman, Mill Street

Quinn, Hans, Mill Row

Rainey, Thomas, cattle dealer, Market Street
Redpath, James, farmer, Tullyhue
Redpath, Thomas, pork dealer, Cargans
Reid, John, dairyman, Mill Street
Reid, J., woollen draper, Market Square
Rice, Joseph, farmer, Cargans
Robinson, Robert, teacher, Riverside
Roberts, Joseph, draper and merchant tailor, Market Square
Russell, George, farmer, Mullaghglass
Ryan, Catherine, grocer, Market Street
Ryan, Thomas, leather merchant and boot maker, Market Street

Shevlin, James, farmer, Mullaghglass
Sinton, Alfred, Laurel Vale
Sinton, Frederick, Banford House, Gilford
Sinton, John H., farmer, Tannaghmore
Sinton, Maynard, J.P., Ballyards, Armagh
Sinton, Theodore, Tamnamore
Sinton, Thomas Ltd., linen manufacturers, Laurel Vale and Tandragee
Sinton, Thomas G., J.P., Laurelvale
Smith, John, farmer, Cargans
Smyth, Fred, land steward, Clare
Snodden, Thomas, Montague Street
Speirs, John, miller, Mill Street
Stephenson, ?, ex-Constable, R.I.C., Market Square
Sterling, Miss Madge, clerk, Main Street
Sterling, Samuel, bookkeeper, town clerk, and agent to Duke of Manchester
Stone, J., golf keeper, Castle Gate House
Strain, Thomas, farmer, Ballymore
Strain, William, Ballymore

Taylor, George, farmer and dairyman, Market Street
Taylor, James, J.P., surgeon, registrar for births, marriages, and deaths, Market Square
Taylor, Mrs. J., Market Square
Teggart, William, Terryhoogan
Thompson, Mrs. Joseph, Clare
Thompson, Thomas, Market Street
Toal, Mrs., Market Street
Topley, John, farmer, Ballymore
Totten, Mrs., Market Street
Turtle, William J., linen manufacturer, Mullavilly House
Turley, Henry, Mullaghglass

Walker, Andrew, farmer, Tullyhue
Walker, Joseph, farmer, Tullymacan
Wallace, James, Medical Hall
Wallace, Mrs., confectioner
Wallace, Mrs. Geo., confectioner, Market Street
Wallace, R. B., motor garage
Wallace, T. B., motor garage
Wardell, Frederick, manager weaving factory, Laurel Vale
Whan, Rev. Robert J., The Manse, Clare
White, A., flax sorter, Church Street
White, Thomas Henry, J.P., Orange Hill
White, Tomkins, & Courage Ltd., flour and corn millers 'phone Portadown 5
White, The Misses, Market Street
White, W., Montague Terrace
Whiteside, J., grocer, grain and grass seed and coal merchant, Market Street
Whiteside, J., publican
Whiteside, L., spirit merchant, Mill Street
Whiteside, Samuel, commissioner for oaths, Market Street
Whitten, James, mason, draper, and spirit merchant, Clare
Whitten, John, farmer, Mullaghglass
Whitten, The Misses, Mill Street
Williamson, John, reporter, Market Street
Williamson, John, grocer and coal merchant, Market Street
Wilson, John, farmer, Ballylisk Cottage
Wilson, William, Mill Street
Wolf, Miss, jubilee nurse, Church Street
Wright, H., farmer, Ballylisk
Wright, James, farmer, Mullavilly

Young, John, White's Row

TOOMEBRIDGE

            Stands in the Townland of Toome, Parish of Duneane, Petty Sessions District of Toome, Quarter Sessions District of Antrim, Parliamentary Division of South Antrim, Union of Ballymena, and Barony of Upper Toome. The area is estimated at 10 acres, and the population 210. There is a market on Tuesdays for the sale of agricultural produce, a flourishing cattle fair second Tuesday of each month, and hiring fairs on each Tuesday in May and November

Postal Telegraph, Money-Order Office, and Savings Bank - W. Ellis, postmaster
R.U.C. - Fred Colter
Dispensary Medical Officer - Dr. D. M. Clements, registrar of births, deaths, and marriages
Midland Railway (N.C.C.) - A. McKenzie, station master
Inland Navigation - Michael McErlain, lock keeper
Northern Banking Company - R. Adamson, manager
National Bank, Ltd. - Mr. Collins, manager

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Duneane Presbyterian - Rev. R. Elliott
Duneane Church of Ireland - Rev. Thomas Egerton, B.A.
Moneyglass R.C. Chapel - Very Rev. John Nolan, V.F., P.P.; Rev. T. McGuinness, C.C.; Rev. J. Smith, C.C.

SCHOOLS

Carlane - J. Mulholland and Mrs. Laverty, teachers; Miss McCourt, assistant
Gortgill - M. O'Grady and Miss Donnelan, teachers
Moneynick - Misses Sweeney, McMullan, and Short, teachers
Duneane Protestant - Miss McCullough
Duneane Presbyterian - Miss Patterson

SOCIETIES

Duneane Nursing Society - Nurse McBride; Nellie Grant, secretary
Duneane Co-operative and Dairy Society - Mr. Nicholl, manager; Daniel McKeever, secretary
Toomebridge Market Company, Ltd. - F. Grant, manager; J. Dale, secretary and weigh master
Eel Fishery - William Ellis, manager

INHABITANTS

Barton, Robert, coal merchant
Bell, John, farmer
Berry, Henry, farmer
Brady, Bernard, general supply stores
Brady, John, blacksmith
Brice, Wm., civil bill officer
Bruce, Col. Stewart A. M., The Lodge

Catherwood, Henry, grocer and general merchant, Creagh
Corr, Aaron, J.P., merchant

Dale, John, agent for Warden & Stewart
Doyle, Charles
Doyle, James, fish merchant
Doyle, Samuel, Midland Railway
Doyle & Sons, cycle repair depot and motor garage

Egerton, Rev. Thomas, The Rectory
Ellis, Henry, water bailiff
Ellis, Wm., postmaster and C.P.S.
Ellis, Wm., cycle repair depot and motor garage
Erwin, Robert, farmer

Gamble, W., potato and grain merchant
Grant, Francis, proprietor Tourist and O'Neill Arms Hotels
Grant, J. & F., Kieselguhr Mines - N. J. Grant, manager
Grant, Miss, draper
Grant, Mrs., Toome House
Grant, T. J., C.E.
Green, James, Union Lodge
Gribben, J., tailor

Hunter, Samuel, farmer, Brecart Lodge

Jones, Mrs. K. H., Moneyglass House

Kelly, P., saddler
Kidd, Mrs.
King, Andrew, inspector of fisheries

Law, Thos., retired farmer and auctioneer
Louden, Mrs. P., butcher
Lynch, Owen, barman
Lynch, Thomas, barman

Mallon, Michael, publican, Cargin
Marron, Miss, draper
Morton, Thomas, postman
Mulholland, John, N.S. teacher
Mulholland, Mrs., draper

McBride, Nurse
McCann, James, grocer and newsagent
McCann, Miss H., farmer
McCann, T., postman
McCashin, Mrs.
McCay, Alexander, plumber
McCormick, Mrs., proprietor, Commercial Hotel
McCormack, Mrs., farmer
McCourt, Bernard, farmer, Moneyglass
McErlaine, John, eel fishery
McErlaine. Owen, farmer
McErlaine, Owen, jun., farmer
McKee, J., blacksmith
McKeever, Daniel, R.D.C., Ivybrook
McKinless, Joseph, boatman
McLarnon, Mrs. R.
McManus, Charles, R.D.C., Duneane
McMillan, John, carpenter and contractor
McMillan, Mrs., hardware merchant; agent "Belfast News-Letter"
McMullan, Wm., farmer and land bailiff
McQuaid, William, car owner

Neeson, J. J., J.P., V.S., Mill Quarter

Overend, T., butcher
O'Boyle, Bernard, road contractor
O'Donnell, Daniel, R.D.C., farmer
O'Dowd, J., Brecart House

Pollock, Wm. J., fisherman
Porter, James, plate layer

Scott, John, boot and shoe maker
Stafford, Henry, gardener
Stafford, Joseph, cycle repair depot
Stewart, Francis, grocer and general merchant

Toal, Daniel, farmer
Toal, Francis, retired farmer
Toal, Owen, Press correspondent
Totten Bros., butchers

White, J., boot and shoe maker
Wilson, Andrew, Ballydugan House
Wilson, John, farmer, Ballydugenan

TRILLICK  (Co. Tyrone)

         The neat little town of Trillick is situate about two miles from the station of that name on the Great Northern Railway. It is on the leading road from Omagh to Enniskillen - 16 miles from the former and 12 from the latter. It is eight miles distant from Fintona, six from Irvinestown, and four from Dromore. The population in 1911 was 232. The town has undergone much improvement of late years; new and handsome houses have been erected, and thatched roofs are gradually disappearing

Post Office - Postmistress, Miss Ellie McGee
Bank - Ulster - J. A. Montgomery
Dispensary - Medical Officer - Dr. A. T. Warnock. Midwife - Mrs. O'Brien
Constabulary - Sergt. E. Wiggans in charge
Petty Sessions - John Perry, clerk
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Dr. A. T. Warnock; James Brown, deputy registrar
Fairs held 14th of each month
Markets for butter, eggs, and fowls every Saturday; pork every Thursday
Local Magistrates - Captain Gosselin, R.M.; Geo. C. Lendrum, D.L., John Maguire, J. Brien, D. McSorley, T. W. Stafford, P. McCaughey, T. McCaughey, P. Murphy, R. Wilson, Jos. Wylie, Geo. J. Henderson
Wardens for the District - Robert Nixon, Grannan; Rev. M. Maguire, P.P., Millbank; Rev. Canon Fleming, M.A., Kilskeery; Rev. R. J. Mitchell, M.A., Trillick; R. McLaughlin, Doackrock; James McSorley, Moneygar; Owen McGirr, Kinnie
School Attendance Committee :- Rev. P. Maguire, P.P., chairman; Rev. R. J. Mitchell, Rev. J. E. McKenna, P.P.; Rev. J. Montgomery, Messrs. D. McSorley, J.P.; P. McCaughey, J.P., James Brown, and P. McCann

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Kilskeery - Rev. W. E. C. Fleming, M.A., curate-in-charge. Trillick - Rev. R. J. Mitchell, M.A.
Methodist Church - Rev. D. W. Morrow
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. M. Maguire, P.P.; Rev. H. O'Hanlon, C.C.
National Schools - Golan, F. Murphy and Miss Kelly. Crossan, Miss Graham. Feglish, J. McElholm and Miss B. Dale. Trillick First, James Agnew and Miss Gallagher; Second, R. J. Clarke and Mrs. Brown, Carryglass, T. McCaughey and Mrs. McCaughey. Kilskeery, W. McElholm, Miss McAloon. Kilskeery Parochial, Miss McIntyre
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Limited - Agent, Ed. McCaffrey, Tempo

INHABITANTS

Allan, John, Shanmullagh
Allingham, Mrs., Glengeen Lodge

Baird, Miss, Main Street
Blayney, Miss, Main Street
Bradley, Mrs., Main Street
Breen, J., postman, Main Street
Brien, James, J.P., Dernagilly House
Brown, James, Press Correspondent, Main Street
Brunt, William, Main Street
Brunt, William, Skeog

Campbell, John, Main Street
Clarke, R. J., Main Street
Coulter, Robert, Skeogue
Crean, J., shop keeper, Grannan
Crozier, Richard, farmer, Drumash
Crozier, T. A., Main Street
Crozier, W. H., Main Street
Crozier, Wm., farmer, Bradoney

Edgar, Anthony, Girgadis
Everton, Fred., Red Letter Kennel, Main Street

Flanagan, T., cycle depot
Fleming, Rev. Canon, M.A., Kilskeery Rectory

Gallagher, James, Main Street
Gould, C. H., & Co., Main Street
Graham, Mrs., Main Street
Graham, R., Skeog
Griffin, Robt., Main Street

Henderson, George J., J.P., Springhill House
Henderson, William, Shanmullagh
Hilliard, George, Main Street
Hilliard, John, Main Street
Humphreys, W., Errington

Irvine, A., Main Street

Jervis, William, Main Street
Johnston, Wm., Trillick station master

Kerr, Miss Lizzie H., Fairview
Kerr, Robert, The Commons
King, Captain, Daisy Hill
King, Thos., Shanmullagh

Laird, Mrs., Main Street
Laird, William, Main Street
Lendrum, George Cosby, J.P., D.L., Corkil
Leonard, E., postman
Logan, Thomas, Main Street, postman
Logan, W. J., Main Street

Montgomery, H., Galbally
Montgomery, W., Laughterush
Morrison, James, Main Street
Murphy, John, The Mill

McBrine, Hugh, Main Street
McBrine, John, Main Street
McCann, Henry, Main Street
McCaughey, Daniel, Main Street
McCaughey, Francis, Main Street
McCaughey, Hugh, Main Street
McCusker, Michael, saddler, Main Street
McGee, Mrs., Main Street
McGirr, P., egg merchant, Main Street
McSorley, D., J.P., Main Street
McSorley, James, Main Street

Nevin, John, blacksmith, Main Street
Nixon, Thomas & R., Grannon

O'Neill, J.

Saunders, Mrs., Main Street
Stafford, Thomas W., J.P., Ivy Cottage
Strong, W., Main Street

Tunny, Hugh, Main Street

Warnock, Dr., Main Street
Watson, Alexander, farmer, The Harp
Webster, Mrs.

TRADERS

Artificial Manure Agents - Mrs. Magee, D. McSorley, W. Strong, J. Tubman
Auctioneers and Valuers - James McSorley, T. W. Stafford, Guy Beatty
Blacksmiths - John Nevin, W. J. Crozier
Boot and Shoe Warehouse - D. McSorley, C. H. Gold, Trillick and District C. A. S.
Bundoran Junction - Stationmaster, G. Bell
Butcher - Hugh Toney
Butter Merchants - Mrs. Campbell, P. Mulligan
Carpenters - T. Logan & Son, Robert Griffin
China and Delph - Mrs. Magee, Trillick and District C. A. S., William Strong
Cooper - James McCann
Corn Mills - J. Blakely, J. Murphy
Drapers - Daniel McSorley, C. H. Gould
Drugs, Oils, and Paints - Mrs. McGee, Trillick and District C. A. S., James McSorely, W. Strong, J. Tubman
Emigration Agents - James Brown and Jas. McSorley, C. H. Gould
Egg Merchants - Owen and Patrick McGirr, Mrs. Campbell, Trillick and District C. A. S., P. Mulligan
Farm Implement and Machine Agent - Robert Coulter, Skeogue
Flaxmill - Andrew Irvine
Grocers and Provision Merchants - Mrs. Magee, J. McSorley, Frederick Everton, W. Strong, Trillick and District C. A. S., A. Irvine, J. Tubman
Hardware Merchants - Mrs. Magee, William Strong
Imperial and Commercial Hotel - J. Tubman
Insurance Agent - James Brown
Loan Fund Receiver - T. W. Stafford, J.P.
Leather Merchants - D. McSorley and C. H. Gould
Marine Dealer - C. Keenan
Saw Mill - Andrew Irvine
Motor Cars for Hire - A. Irvine, T. A. Crozier
Newsagents - Mrs. Magee, Agent for "Belfast Weekly News"; Andrew Irvine. Agent for "Belfast News-Letter"; James McSorley, C. H. Gould, W. Strong
Patent Medicines - Mrs. Magee, W. Strong
Trillick and District Co-operative Agricultural Society, Ltd. - J. Thompson, manager
Bread Retailers - Mrs. Magee, J. McSorley, Frederick Everton, W. Strong, A. Irvine
Railway Station, Stationmaster - William Johnston
Butter Retailers - Mrs. Magee, J. McSorley, Wm. Strong, J. Tubman
Scutch Mill - Andrew Irvine
Seed Merchants - Mrs. McGee, Trillick and District C. A. S., J. Tubman, W. Strong
Stone Masons - John Corry Chas. Thompson
Stationery - Mrs. Magee, J. McSorley, Wm. Strong, Trillick and District C. A. S.
Tailors - Henry McCann, Paul McCann, J. McGrade
Wine and Spirit Merchants - Mrs. Magee, F. Everton, James McSorley, A. Irvine and T. Tully
Wool Agents - Jas. Brown, Currie McDougal, Scott's Mills, C. H. Gould, Dinsmore Mills

KILSKEERY

        This village is a mile and a half from Trillick, on the road to Enniskillen. The old graveyard there contains the remains of one of the O'Neils, King of Tyrone. The Rev. Canon Fleming, M.A., resides in the Rectory, close by

RESIDENTS

Armstrong, Mrs., corn mill
Armstrong, Samuel, farmer

Beatty, Crozier, farmer
Beatty, Charles, farmer
Brunt, Thomas, farmer

Clingen, John, farmer
Crean, R., sexton

Fleming, Rev. W. E. C., curate-in-charge
Forbes, G., farmer, Derry

Hetherington, Geo., farmer
Hurst, G.
Hurst, T.
Hurst, W. B.

Lendrum, G. C., D.L., Corkhill House

Masterson, H., farmer

Wylie, Joseph, J.P., farmer

Carpenter - Geo. Armstrong
Clingen, George, farmer
Grocer, &c. - William Strong
Motor Car - Wm. Strong
Postmistress - Miss Armstrong
Saw Mills - Wm. Humphreys, Errington
National School - Miss McIntyre
Nurse - Mrs. M. J. O'Brien

TYNAN

          Is a picturesque village situate in the parish of Tynan, County of Armagh. The richly-wooded demesne of Tynan Abbey, the seat of Sir J. H. Stronge, Bart., lies near the village to the west. In the grounds are three fine specimens of the ancient Celtic crosses, whilst a fourth occupies a prominent position in the village. The district is rich in historical associations, dating as far back as 1072. In the immediate vicinity are the country residences of the Earl of Caledon and Sir John Leslie, Bart.

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Parish Church, Rev. W. H. Fitzmaurice, M.A., The Rectory
Presbyterian Church - Lislooney, Rev. T. McKinney, M.A., Killylea
Tynan R.C. Chapel - Rev. J. McKee, P.P., and Rev. M. Boyce, C.C.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Tynan N.S. - A. E. Blythe, principal; Miss McMaster, assistant
Lislooney N.S. - T. J. F. Stewart, principal; Mrs. Stewart, assistant
Manooney N.S. - J. Bradley, principal; Miss Lavan, assistant
Dispensary - R. T. Huston, M.D., medical officer, registrar of births, &c.
Post Office, Money Order, Telegraph Office, and Savings Bank - Miss Murray, postmistress
Courthouse - Mrs. Robinson, caretaker
Magistrates - Sir J. H. Stronge, Bart., D.L.; H. B. Armstrong, D.L.; H. C. Irwin, T. A. McClure, Miss McClintock, I. W. E. Dunsterville, R.M.
Petty Sessions - A. Costigan, clerk
Police Barracks - Sergt. Mulligan in charge

INHABITANTS

Blythe, A. E., N.S. teacher
Bradley, J., tailor

Ferguson, Thomas

Gordon, Mrs.
Gray, Miss
Greenaway, J. W., grocer and mill owner

Hadden, Robert, Grocer and General Stores; Agent for "Belfast Weekly News"
Hughes, Jas., G.N.R. porter
Huston, Robert T., M.D.

Irwin, Joseph

Le Nauze, Miss

Murray, Miss, postmistress
Murray, Moore, farmer

McCrea, David, farmer
McKee, Wm., postman
McLaughlin, Robert, ex-sergt. R.I.C.

Reid, Mrs., nurse
Robinson, Mrs., sexton

Stewart, Thomas
Stronge, Sir James H., Bart., D.L.

Ward, Thomas, constable R.U.C.
Weir, Miss
West, John, grocer and general stores
Woods, T., G.N.R. porter

DISTRICT RESIDENTS

Anderson, Wm., Breaghey

Bloomer, Thos., land steward, Tynan Abbey
Bloomer, John, postman
Busby, Archibald, Limekilns
Busby, Henry, Woodpark

Campbell, Wm., Lisagally House, Killylea
Crawford, W. & R., painters & decorators

Eakin, John, Bondville

Gaulay, Robert, Cappy House
Gibson, Robert, stone mason
Gillespie, John, Lislooney
Gillespie, Moses, Lislooney
Gordon, Mrs. H., Cooey
Gray, James A., D.C., Dillay House
Greacen, Nat., Mullen House
Greacen, Robert, Breaghey House

Hawthorn, Mrs., Mullen
Henderson, John, assistant county surveyor
Henderson, Samuel, Derryhaw House

Irwin, H. C., J.P., Mount Irwin

Johnston, Wm., Balteagh Mills

Little, William, Breaghey
Livingston, Thomas, Collegehall
Loughran, Mrs., Limnagore

Menary, Samuel, postman
Moffatt, Thomas, Woodpark House
Morrison, Samuel, Mullen
Morton, John, ex-sergeant R.I.C.
Murphy, David, Bank House

McAnea, Thomas, Collegehall
McAree, James, Lislooney
McAree, John, Lislooney
McClintock, Misses, Fellows' Hall
McClory, P., Dartan, Killylea
McElreavey, William, Breaghey
McMaster, John, Limnagore

Orr, Mrs., Limnagore

Peel, Mrs., Kennedies

Rea, James, grocer, Derryhaw

Scott, Robert, Cavanapole
Scott, Thomas, Derryhaw
Stronge, Walter C., Fellows' Hall

Warden, Mrs., Manooney

UPPERLANDS, COUNTY DERRY
(Three miles from Maghera)

Post Office at Railway Station - R. McWilliams, postmaster
Telegraphic Office - R. McWilliams, postmaster
Railway Station - R. McWilliams, station master
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - Dr. McGowan, dispensary, Maghera
Poor-Law Union, Magherafelt
National School, Tirgarvil - H. Kearney, principal; Mrs. J. Bradley, assistant
Parochial Hall, Upperlands (erected by Mrs. A. W. Clark) - Sunday services conducted by Rev. A. H. Maturin, M.A. (rector Episcopal Church, Maghera) and Rev. V. M. Corkey, M.A. (minister Culnady Presbyterian Church). Sexton, Robt. Kirkpatrick. Orangist (organist), Mrs. Campbell, N.S.T.

INHABITANTS

Anderson, Thomas, Upperlands
Andrews, John
Arbuthnott, Henry, farmer, Gortade
Arbuthnott, J., farmer, Gortade
Arbuthnott, Wm., Upperlands
Averill, Robert, The Green

Beattie, William, Boyne Row
Best, John, Railway Terrace
Brady, William, farmer
Burnside, J., Heathfield Cottage

Campbell, R., Reilly's Row
Campbell, W., school master, Ampertaine N.S.
Canning, James, farmer, Gortade
Canning, W. J., farmer
Cassidy, Mrs., Reilly's Row
Churchill, T., potato merchants, &c.
Clark, A. W., J.P., Ampertain
Clark, H. J., J.P., Ardtara
Clark, Wm. M., Upperlands House
Clark, Wm., & Sons, Ltd., linen manufacturers, bleachers, and dyers
*Clark, Miss A. P., Weston House
Cochrane, James
Cole, S., gardener
Convery, Molly, farmer, Tirgarvil
Craig, James, Upper Row
Crooks, Robert, Railway Terrace
Crossett, Miss M.
Cushley, John, Upperlands
Cuskeran, James, Jubilee Place

Davison, James, Upperlands
Diamond, Mrs., farmer, Tirgarvil
Dinsmore, A. Thomas, Upperlands
Dinsmore, Samuel, Upperlands
Douglas, Harry, Weaver's Row

Ferguson, James, Upperlands
Ferguson, John, Sherrygroom Row
Ferris, James, farmer, Upperlands
Forgrave, Samuel, Weaver's Row
Frazer, George, Railway View

Getty, Mrs. R., Gortade

Hawe, James, Railway Terrace
Henry, David, Judge's Terrace
Herron, John, farmer, Tirgarvil
Hill, William, Sherrygroom Row
Hilton, J.
Houston, John, Sherrygroom Row

Jamieson, Miss M., Reilly's Row
Johnston, Alex., farmer
*Johnston, Joseph, Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News," Coronation House
*Johnston, Joseph, sen., farmer
Johnston, Joseph, Tirgarvil, farmer
Johnston, Samuel
Johnston, Samuel, River Terrace
Johnston, William, Skrogy
Johnston & Co., grocers and hardware merchants
Judge, Hugh, Railway Terrace
Judge, P., Jubilee Place
Judge, William, Judge's Terrace
Judge, W. J., jun., Judge's Terrace

Kane, John, Empire House
Kane, Wm. H., Railway View
Kelso, R. H., Boyne Row
Kincade, J., Reilly's Row
Kinney, Thomas, farmer, Gortade
Kirkpatrick, J., farmer, Turgarvie
Kissick, John, farmer, Gortade
Kissick, Robert, farmer, Gortade

Lamont, Joe., River View
Lamont, John, Railway Terrace
Lee, E., Rosebud Cottage, Upperlands
Lindsay, James, Jubilee Place
Lucas, Thomas, Upperlands

Mackrell, John, Boyne Row
Mellon, J., River View
Mellon, Thomas, farmer, Upperlands
Michael, Alex., The Green
Michael, Alex., farmer, Gortade
Michael, Wm., farmer, Gortade
Montgomery, Hugh, Weaver's Row
Montgomery, Mrs., Upperlands

McCaughey, Sandy, grocer, draper, haberdasher, Tirgarvil
McClintock, Robert, Upperlands
McCord, N., Boyne Row
McFadden, Mrs., Reilly's Row
McGinnis, John, Weaver's Row
McGowan, James, Upper Row
McGuckin, C., farmer, Tirgarvil
McGuckin, P., farmer, Tirgarvil
McGuinness, Martin, Weaver's Row
McGurk, Francis, farmer
McKay, Wm., farmer, Upperlands
McKenna, Bernard, farmer, Gortade
McLean, John, Upperlands

Neill, Robert
Nelson, John, Upperlands
Nelson, Joseph, carpenter

Quigley, Anne, Tirgarvil
Quinn, Bernard, farmer, Upperlands
Quinn, John, Upperlands

Rainey, Robert, Tirgarvil
Ramsey, Mrs., Sherrygroom Row
Reilly, Edward, blacksmith and farmer, Tirgarvil

Saunderson, Robert, Railway View
Scott, Alexander, Upperlands
Scott, Alex., Upperlands
Scott, John, Reilly's Row
Scott, Thomas, Jubilee Place
Scott, Thomas, River Terrace
Scullion, Harry, Riley's Row
Shiels, John, Railway Terrace
Smith, John, farmer, Tirgarvil
Smith, James, farmer, Upperlands
Smith, Thomas, farmer, Gortade
Spallin, John, farmer, Turgarvie
Stewart, James
Summerville, J., blacksmith

Taylor, Mrs. T., Boyne Row
Tomb, William, farmer

Valleley, James, Boyne Row

Wright, Thomas, farmer, Upperlands

     Those marked (*) do not reside in the townland of Upperlands, but in the townland of Tergarvil (Turgarvil), almost on the borders of the townland of Upperlands. But Upperlands is the postal address

WARINGSTOWN AND DONACLONEY

          Waringstown is a clean and picturesque little village in the parish of Donacloney and County of Down, two miles from Lurgan, and takes its name from the family of Waring, which settled here more than two hundred years ago, when driven from England by the religious persecutions during Queen Mary's reign. The village consists of two principal streets, which are broad and commodious, and planted with beautiful plane trees, adding greatly to the appearance of the place. Damask weaving is briskly carried on in the village and neighbourhood. At the census in 1911 the population of Waringstown was 425, and Donacloney 399

INHABITANTS

Baillie, George, J.P., C.C., Springhill, Waringstown
Baillie, Mrs. S., farmer, Tullyherron
Baxter, Francis, Liddell Memorial N.S., Donacloney
Beattie, Miss, farmer, Donacloney
Beatty, Samuel J., Waringstown
Beckett, Thomas, farmer, Banoge, Waringstown
Boucher, C. J., J.P., medical doctor, Donacloney
Bowen, Miss, farmer, Tiersogue, Waringstown
Brown, John, Greenhill, Waringstown
Browne, T. B., The Hall, Donacloney

Cairns, Joseph, farmer, Lamb's Island, Waringstown
Calder, G., carpenter, Corcreaney
Campbell, Samuel, Waringstown, deputy registrar births, marriages and deaths
Carroll, Rev. C. H. F., M.A., curate, Waringstown
Carvill, Mrs., farmer, Harrymount, Tullyheron, Waringstown
Clarke, Thos. S., manager, Milltown, Donacloney
Cluff, Thomas, farmer, Monree, Donacloney
Combe, Mrs., Donacloney House, Donacloney
Cosbey, Mrs., farmer, Banoge, Donacloney

Dewart, W., farmer, Tullyheron, Waringstown
Diamond, Captain, retired Army officer, Annaghanoon, Waringstown
Dobson, John, Hermitage, Annaghanoon
Dunwoodie, Rev. John, B.A., The Manse, Donacloney

Ferguson, Miss, spirit and general grocer, Donacloney
Frier, W., M.D., the dispensary, Waringstown; registrar of births, marriages and deaths

Gardiner, Thomas, shoe maker and bicycle agent, Waringstown
Geary, James, farmer, Clare, Waringstown
Gillespie, Rev. A. J., B.A., The Manse, Waringstown
Gilliland, W. J., farmer, Milltown, Donacloney
Graham, Mrs., school mistress
Gregson, Thomas, farmer, Tullyheron

Hamilton, Charles F., farmer, Ballinabragget
Hamilton, Mrs., farmer, Ballinabragget
Hamilton, Mrs. Lewis, Laurel Hill, Ballinabragget
Harrison, Jos., assistant manager power-loom factory, Waringstown
Harvey, William, damask manufacturer, Anaghanoon, Waringstown
Harvey, Mrs., The Beeches, Waringstown
Harwood, Mrs., postmistress, Waringstown
Hayes, Mrs., farmer, Tullyheron
Hilary, William, farmer, Tullyheron, Waringstown
Hunter, Robert, school teacher, Bylar Cottage, Waringstown

Irwin, John, Waringstown

Jordan, George, farmer, Annaghanoon, Waringstown

Kennedy, James, blacksmith, Waringstown
Kennedy, W., Keonan, Ballynabragget, Lurgan

Lee, Rev. Wesley G., Methodist Manse, Donacloney
Liddell, Sir Robert M., D.L., Banoge House, Donacloney
Liddell, Wm., & Co. Ltd., power loom manufacturers, Donacloney
Lyness, T. W., spirit merchant and grocer, Waringstown
Lyttle, Richard, farmer, Lisnasure, Donacloney

Magowan, Alex., farmer, Corcreaney
Maguire, Robert, painter, Waringstown
Mahon, Joseph, school attendance officer, Waringstown
Martin, John, farmer, Clare, Waringstown
Menary, Thos., farmer, Corcreaney
Moffatt, W. W., Tullyheron, Waringstown
Morrison, Robt., spirit merchant, Waringstown
Mulholland, Mrs., farmer, Annaghanoon, Waringstown
Murphy, William, Moygannon, Donacloney

McAlister, A., manager power loom factory, Waringstown
McCabe, Joseph, posting establishment, Waringstown
McCammon, James, farmer, Moygannon, Donacloney
McCartan, W., farmer, Corcreaney, Waringstown
McCartan, Wm., Waringstown
McCaw, Miss, The Bridge, Waringstown
McClimond, Robert, farmer, Banoge
McCollum, John, tailor, Waringstown
McCormick, Mrs., Donard View, Waringstown
McCullough, Mrs., Tullyheron, Waringstown
McDonald, Rev. J. R., M.A., The Rectory, Waringstown
McDowell, Samuel, Donacloney
McFall, Andrew, farmer, Corcreaney
McNeill, sergt., R.U.C., Waringstown

Orr, David, teacher, Donacloney N.S.

Page, R. B., factory manager, Donacloney
Page, Wm. John, card cutter, Waringstown
Pennington, Jas., Murray House, Waringstown
Pennington, Samuel, & Son, damask manufacturers, Waringstown

Reid, S. W., school master, Corcreaney, Waringstown
Robinson, Mrs., confectioner and draper, Waringstown
Rodgers, George, J.P., farmer, Windsor Lodge, Waringstown

Sadlier, Thos. P., Cambrai House, Waringstown
Scott, William, shop keeper, Waringstown
Shepherd, W. G., Diaper Hill, Waringstown
Small, Falkiner B., auctioneer, Drumcro House, Maralin
Spence, Mrs., Castledoe, Corcreaney

Waring, Mrs., Waringstown House
Whaley, The Misses, Knockboy House, Waringstown
Williamson, John, farmer, Waringstown
Withers, William John, Waringstown

WARRENPOINT

          One of the most favourite watering-places in Ulster, is situated at the head of the beautiful bay of Carlingford, and is distant about five miles from Newry. A century ago Warrenpoint (so called from the circumstances of a rabbit-warren having formerly existed at the place) could only boast of a few houses; its population now is 2,000, and in summer reaches 5,000. The entire place has an air of comfort and prosperity that at once favourably impresses health-seekers. The situation of Warrenpoint, built as it is on the verge of the mountain-girth bay is excellent; and the view from the pleasant promenade is one of inspiring grandeur

Post Office, Dock Square - Mrs. Fox, postmistress
Petty Sessions - Magistrates attending - Messrs. Herbert Allison, Lewis O'Hare, James E. Connolly, A. F. Campbell, Colonel Edward Ross of Bladensburg; Wm. McIver, J. E. Connor, Edward Pedlow

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland, Warrenpoint - Rev. E. S. Medcalf, M.A., incumbent. Clonallon - Rev. R. E. Glenny, D.D., rector
Presbyterian Church - Rev. A. S. Rutherford, B.A.
Methodist Church - Rev. W. F. Clayton
Unitarian Church - Rev. Mr. Slipper
Roman Catholic Church - Canon Maginis, P.P.; Rev. D. McAllister, C.C.; Rev. W. McGinn, C.C.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Warrenpoint Urban Council meets first and third Monday of each month. Town Clerk, V. Crawford, B.A.
The Belfast Banking Company Ltd. - E. A. Brill, manager
Munster and Leinster Bank
Provincial Banking Co. Ltd.
Gas Company - Directors, Messrs. R. A. Jones, Captain F. Hall, John Lewis, and John Hickey; secretary and resident manager, Wm. Gilmore
Dispensary - Dr. O'Tierney, M.D.
National Schools, Dromore Road - W. Jameson, principal; Miss McLoughlin, assistant
Great Northern School for Young Ladies, Warrenpoint - Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy
Peter Street School - Thos. Pettit, principal; John G. Crawford, assistant
Preparatory School - Mrs. Russell, Sea View
Convent Schools, Havelock Place - Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy
Commissioner for Oaths in the High Court of Justice - V. Crawford, town clerk
School Attendance Committee - Rev. A. S. Rutherford, B.A.; Rev. F. McGennis, Rev. D. McAllister, C.C.; E. Pedlow, Patrick O'Neill, H. Allison.  Attendance officer and secretary, David McGuffin
Technical School - A. McKibbin, principal; and four assistants
R.U. Constabulary - Sergeant and eight constables
Local Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths - V. Crawford, Town Clerk
The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Limited - Agent, E. A. Brill, Belfast Bank

HOTELS

The Crown - Patrick O'Neill. The Imperial - Thos. O'Hare & Sons. The Ulster - J. Smith. The Globe - P. Curran  The Victoria - Mrs. O'Hanlon

INHABITANTS

Agnew, E., Sea View
Allen, Miss, Victoria Terrace
Allison, Herbert, Queen Street
Annett, Jane, Dromore
Armstrong, Mrs., Sea View

Bates, The Misses, Osborne Terrace
Bell, C.
Bell, Ellen, Springfield
Bond, T. Mary, Church Street
Bowsie, Neil, Newry Street
Boyd, Miss, Sea View
Boyle, J., fish dealer, Meeting Street
Boyle, Michael, Newry Street
Bradley, Edward, Thomas Street
Bradley, John, Donaghaguy
Bradley, Mrs., Tamnaharry House
Bradley, Stephen, Thomas Street
Bradley, William, Meeting Street
Brennan, John, Thomas Street
Brill, E. A., Belfast Banking premises
Burden, May, Marion Lodge
Burns, Edward
Burns, John
Burns, Michael, Duke Street
Burns, M., Cloughmore Terrace
Burns, Thomas, The Forth
Burns, Thomas, Newry Street
Burns, William, hair dresser, The Square
Burns, William, Church Street
Byrne, Michael, Aghavilla

Calvert, M., coal merchant, Newry Street
Campbell, A. F., J.P., Dromore Lodge
Campbell, Isa, Sea View
Campbell, Mrs., Rosetta
Campbell, W., farrier
Carey, Mrs., St. Leonards-on-Sea
Carr, Hugh, Summerhill
Carr, John, Thomas Street
Carr, Thomas, Thomas Street
Carvill, Francis, car owner, Church Street
Carvill, Patrick
Carville, Owen, contractor, Summer Hill
Catell, Mrs., Sea View
Caulfield, Ewd., Duke Street
Caulfield, John Thomas
Caulfield, Thomas H., tailor, Church Street
Cherry, Mrs., Havelock Place
Clarke, John, Newry Street
Clarke, Mrs., Newry Street
Clark, Peter, Newry Street
Coburn, Mrs., Dromore
Coburn, Mrs., The Square
Connolly, David, Newry Street
Connolly, James, publican, Duke Street
Connolly, James E., J.P., Clonallon Cottage
Connolly, John, Duke Street
Connolly, Michael, Burren
Connolly, Mrs., Clonallon Glebe
Connolly, Mrs., Sea View
Connolly, Owen, Burren
Connolly, Peter, Carrick
Connolly, Peter, Burren
Connor, George, M.D., Sea View
Connor, J. E., J.P., Sea View
Corkey, Mrs., Great George's Street
Coulter, John, Donaghaguy
Craig, Mary Jane, Great George's Street
Cranny, Mrs., Cloughmore Terrace
Crawford, Mrs., Summerhill
Crawford, Mrs., Clonallon
Crawford, John, East Street
Crawford, J., merchant, The Square
Crawford, Mrs., Havelock Place
Crawford, Patrick J., town inspector
Crawford, Robert, Meeting Street
Croswell, Robert, Meeting Street
Cumming, ?, butcher, The Square
Cunningham Mrs., hardware, Church Street
Cunningham, Thomas S., spirit dealer, Church Street
Cunningham, Mrs., Post Office Street
Curran, P., publican and grocer, The Square

Delahunt, John, Duke Street
Devlin, Mrs., Summer Hill
Dinsmore, John, Newry Street
Dinsmore, Wm., Back Seaview
Donnan, Alexander, contractor, East Street
Donnan, John, East Street
Doran, Matthew, The Square
Doran, Miss, Dock Square
Dougan, Miss, St. Leonard's
Duffy, John, Newry Street
Duffy, Patrick, Meeting Street

Eakin, John, Post Office Street
Elliott, John, Post Office Street
Elliott, Misses, Cloughmore
Erwin, Joseph, Ballydesland
Erwin, William, Summerhill

Faloon, Edward, Back Road
Fegan, Patrick, Newry Street
Fisher, Alex., solicitor, Osborne Terrace
Fitzsimons, John, Post Office Street
Fleming, S., Park View
Flynn, Mrs., Duke Street
Foster Ltd., The Square
Foster & Co., drapers, The Square
Fox-Hall, Mrs., The Promenade

Gallagher, Arthur, Charlotte Street
Gallagher, Bernard, motor driver
Gallagher, Wm., Charlotte Street
Glenny, Bertram, Moygannon
Glenny, Dr. William, Mereham Terrace
Glenny, Rev. R. E., Clonmallon Glebe
Glenny, The Misses, Mereham Terrace
Gorman, Mary, Marine Parade
Grant, Edward, Duke Street
Grant, Peter, sen., Duke Street
Grant, Peter, jun., Church Street
Groves, Rebecca, Summerhill

Haldane, John, Sea View
Hale, Mrs., Osborne Terrace
Hall, Mary, Havelock Place
Hamilton, John, Duke Street
Hamilton, J., Havelock Place
Hanna, John, Meeting Street
Hanna, John, jun., Duke Street
Hanna, Thos., grocer and fowl dealer, Thomas Street
Harbison, John, Park View
Harbison, Miss, Sea View
Harris, M., Sea View
Havern, Mrs., grocer, Church Street
Henry, The Misses, Queen Street
Hickey, John, Church Street
Higginbotham, Miss, Springfield Terrace
Higgins, Michael, The Square
Hoey, John, Newry Street
Hogg, H. V., auctioneer, Sea View
Hourican, M., publican, Duke Street
Hourican, W. James, Marine Parade
Hourican & Sons, coal merchants
Hudson, Alex., Duke Street
Hutcheson, Mrs., Osborne Terrace

Ingram, J., Church Street, Agent for the "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Ingram, Mrs., The Square
Irwin & Mather, Agents for the "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"

Jameson, W. O'Neill, school master
Johnston, W., solicitor, Mereham Terrace
Joice, ?, Summer Hill
Jones, Miss, fancy goods, The Square
Jones, Mrs., Church Street
Jones, Robert, Church Street
Jones, Robert, Post Office Street
Jones, R. A., chemist and druggist

Kelly, B., Duke Street
Kelly, Limited, ship owners
Kelly, Mrs., Newry Street
Kelly, Miss, Church Street
Kennedy, Charles, Meeting Street
Kinkead, The Misses, Springfield
Kinney, Bridget, Newry Street
Kyle, Miss, Bella Vista, Seaview

Lavery, Charles, publican, North Dock
Lee, William, Summer Hill
Lewis, J., watch maker and jeweller
Little, Agnes, The Square
Loughran, Edith, Victoria Street

Magill, Edward, car owner, Newry Street
Magill, John, Post Office Street
Maginn, James, The Square
Mahood, Miss, Mereham Terrace
Mahon, Mrs., East Street
Mallon, Bridget, publican, Church Street
Maney, Thomas, The Square
Mansergh, Colonel A. W., Moygannon
Marley, Lawrence, Meeting Street
Marshall, Thomas, Burrea
Mayne, Mrs., Catherine Lodge
Mayne, Wm., M.D., Castle House
Meek, David, Great George's Street
Meek, Rev. James, Sea View
Miller, D., Dock Square
Miller, W., grocer, Dock Square
Morgan, Miss, grocer, The Square
Morgan, Mrs., Great Northern Hotel
Morgan, P., dealer
Morgan, S., boot maker
Morgan, Susan, Post Office Street
Mullan, J., Summer Hill
Murdock, John, Post Office
Murdock, Robert, Newry Street
Murphy, Mrs., Queen Street
Murphy, Thomas, Promenade

McAllister, Rev. D., C.C., Parochial House
McAnulty, Hugh, car owner, Church Street
McAnulty, Miss, East Street
McAnulty, Owen, Clonallon
McCabe, Edward, publican, Duke Street
McCabe, Joseph, Summer Hill
McCamley, James, Meeting Street
McCamley, J., Thomas Street
McCaughey, James, Meeting Street
McClelland, Alfred, coach builder
McCluskey, Felix, Clonallon
McCluskey, John M., Parkview
McComish, Miss, Orrington House
McComisky, Mary, Post Office Street
McConville, John, publican, Duke Street
McCormack, Susan, Sea View
McElroy, Miss, Charlotte Street
McGee, Patrick, Marine Parade
McGennis, Rev. Felix, Parochial House
McGeone, James, Queen Street
McGeough, P., Liverpool Hotel
McGinn, Rev. Wm., C.C., Imperial Hotel
McGivern, Mrs., Church Street
McGra, Mrs., Duke Street
McGreaney, J., publican, Marine Parade
McGuffin, David, The Square
McGuffin & Son, boot makers
McHugh, J., saddler, The Square
McKernan, Leo, Medical Hall
McKernan, Miss, Summerhill House
McKibbin, A., Great George's Street
McKnight, William, publican, Newry Street
McLoughlin, Mrs., Sea View
McMahon, Fred, Dromore Cottage
McMullan, J., Summer Hill
McMurray, Miss, Athelby Terrace
McNulty, B., saddler, Duke Street
McWhirter, John, Summer Hill

Neville, Margaret, Victoria Terrace
Newell Bros., drapery establishment, The Square
Newell, Ltd., The Square
Nesbit & Co., Church Street and Summer Hill Garag
Norton & Co., car service, The Square
Nugent, Robert, Donaghaguy

O'Donnell, Miss, Charleville
O'Hagan, Michael, Post Office Street
O'Hagan, P., Church Street
O'Hare, Charles S., J.P., Sea View
O'Hare, Edward, Dromore Villa
O'Hare, Felix, contractor, East Street
O'Hare, John, Ardalian
O'Hare, John N. T., Ardalian
O'Hare, J., watch maker, The Square
O'Hare, P. J., solicitor, Park View
O'Hare, Thomas, Sea View
O'Hare, Thomas S., Thomas Street
O'Neill, Misses, grocers, Church Street
O'Neill, Patrick, steamboat owner
O'Neill, Patk., Crown Hotel
O'Neill, P., grocer, Church Street
O'Neill, Terence, butcher, Church Street
O'Tierney, Surgeon, Church Street

Parkinson, W., grocer, Marine Parade
Patterson, J., Cloughmore Terrace
Pedlow Bros., grocers, The Square
Pedlow, Edward, J.P., Moygannon House
Perfect, Commander Herbert, Royal Navy, Rathturret
Pettit, T., school master, Sea View
Porter, Miss, Sea View
Purdy, John, painter, East Street

Quin, John, Park View

Ratcliff, Miss, Havelock Place
Reid, Mrs., Duke Street
Robb, John, East Street
Robinson, Miss, Osborne Terrace
Robinson, Sarah, Sea View
Rooney Bros., boot merchants, Church Street
Rooney, Mrs., Sea View
Russell, Fred, Merham Terrace (Mereham)
Russell, Mrs., ladies' school, Sea View
Ruddy, Bridget, Post Office Street

Savage, Michael, Summer Hill
Savage, Mrs., Lurgancanty
Shearman, Mrs., Post Office Street
Sims & Co., grocers, The Square
Small, Edward, Donaghaguy
Small, Robert, Seaview
Smith, Catherine, Havelock Place
Smith, Joseph, Newry Street
Steenson, Thomas, Church Street

Toombs, R., lodging house, Post Office Street
Towley, Miss, Park View
Trainer, Mrs., Duke Street
Trainor, S., Post Office Street
Tumelty, Ross, Meeting  Street

Walmsly, M., Aughavilla
Ward, Daniel, butcher, The Square
Ward, John, Dromore Road
Ward, Patrick, Meeting Street
Waters, Michael, Charlotte Street
Watson, J. W., Fintimard
Weir, Thomas, Promenade
Willis, Thomas P., Sea View
Wilson Bros., contractors
Wilson, Hugh, East Street
Wilson, Mrs., Church Street

WHITEHEAD

          Is a well known and popular seaside resort, situated on the County Antrim side of Belfast Lough, 15 miles from Belfast, 9 from Larne, and 4 from Carrickfergus. The town is very prettily situated, and in recent years has made rapid progress. A promenade extends along the shore, from which there is a good view of Belfast Lough, the County Down coast, the Copeland Island and Lighthouse, and on clear days a considerable portion of the Scotch coast is plainly visible across the Irish Channel. Blackhead, on which is the well known lighthouse, is about one mile distant along the shore path. This path runs from the promenade close along the shore, rising up over Blackhead, past the lighthouse, then descending to the shore again. It is well sheltered from the prevailing northerly winds, and is a very popular walk. The Clubhouse of the County Antrim Yacht Club is situated at the south end of the promenade, while there is also a fine golf course within three minutes' walk of the railway station. The links have been entirely remodelled within the past few years, and are now regarded as one of the best courses in Ireland. A vast and growing colony of bungalows has sprung up in recent years, particularly towards Blackhead. All of these are substantially built, and the majority are so picturesque that they add considerably to their beautiful and natural setting. The estimated population of the town is 1,539

Post Office - J. C. Montgomery, postmaster
R.U.C. - Constable Stinson (acting) and seven constables, assisted by 50 Class B men
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths - Charles Dundee, M.D., Ballycarry
Coastguard Station - Station Officer, F. Hamson; boatmen, Smith, Hammond, Driver, and Jennings
Whitehead National School - Manager, Rev. D. B. Knox; principal, J. P. McNally; staff - Mrs. Kelly, Miss Hawkins, B.A., Miss Irvine, Miss Smith
Lourdes National School - Miss McCloskey, principal
Private School - Conducted by Mrs. R. H. Johnston, Eirene House
Belfast Bank - Manager, Wm. Brown
Northern Banking Co. Ltd. - J. W. Nethery, J.P., manager, Bank House, King's Road
London, Midland & Scottish Railway Co. Ltd. (N.C.C.) - John Bailie, station master
Recreation Society - Wm. Martin, manager
Chichester Masonic Lodge No. 313. Secretary, W. P. Campbell, P.M., Craig Ailsa Terrace
County Antrim Yacht Club - Commodore, Lieut.-Colonel Robert McCalmont; vice-commodore, R. J. McKeown, M.P.; rear-commodore, Robert G. Todd; captain, James McVea; 1st officer, John Hay; 2nd officer, Hugh Caldwell; hon. secretary, Wm. Blackburn, jun., Claremont; hon. treas., H. Magill
Whitehead Golf Club - President, Andrew Orr; captain, R. H. Johnston; honorary secretary, Jack Anderson, Oakbank, Chester Avenue, Whitehead; hon. treasurer, W. J. Turtle, Innisfallen. Ladies' Branch - Captain, Mrs. R. H. Johnston; honorary secretary, Miss Evelyn Nethery, Bank House; hon. treasurer, Mrs. Nethery, Bank House
Y.W.C.A. Holiday Home for Girls, Woodlands, Windsor Avenue
Grosvenor Hall Holiday Home for Children, Edward Road

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland - Services in the Parish Church, Islandmagee, Rev. J. Richardson, M.A., rector
Presbyterian Church - Minister, Rev. D. B. Knox, The Manse
Chester Avenue Church (in connection with 2nd Islandmagee Presbyterian Congregation) - Rev. W. J. Macahan
Methodist Church - Minister, Rev. R. Cole, The Manse, Balmoral Avenue; assistant, Rev. J. W. Norcott, B.A.
Roman Catholic Church - Rev. Geo. McKay, P.P., Carrickfergus; Rev. McNab, C.C., 3 Balmoral Terrace

HOTELS

Earlswood House (Private Hotel) - Mrs. Melville. Whitehead Hotel - W. Devenny. Esplanade House - Mr. and Mrs. Monteith, resident proprietors

INHABITANTS

Adams, J. W., 2 Royal Terrace
Adams, Mrs., Annadale
Adamson, D., 2 Chichester Cottages
Adamson, T. S., traveller, Rathmoyle
Adrain, ?, Balmoral Avenue
Agnew, S. A., 6 Windsor Terrace
Aitken, Alex., carpenter, Jubilee Cottage
Alexander, John, solicitor, Scottdale
Alexander, Mrs., 2 Ashley Gardens
Allen, George, B.A., solicitor, 2 Mafeking Villas
Anderson, Frank, Chelsea, Promenade
Anderson, J., linen merchant, Oakbank, Chester avenue
Anderson, Miss, Ravenstone
Anderson, Miss, 1 Greenfield Terrace
Anderson, Miss C, 2 Victoria Terrace
Archer, Mrs., Owenmohr, Cable Road
Armstrong, T. A., 2 Alexandra Terrace
Atkinson, Mrs. J., 2 Alexandra Terrace
Auld, Mrs. A., Donnan's Farm, Cable Road

Barkley, Mrs., Altona, Windsor Avenue
Barr, J., Brookville Cafe, Marine Avenue
Barron, W., milk purveyor, Victoria Avenue
Battersby, Miss, 1 Mount Randal
Beattie, Captain Wm., Port Arthur
Beattie, Mrs., 2 Cable Villas
Beattie, Mrs., 1 Kathleen Villas
Bell, J., commercial traveller, 2 Willowbrook
Bell, Thomas, grocer, 2 Bellevue Cottages
Bingham, ?, Seaforth Terrace
Blackburn, Henry, L. M. & S. Railway Co. (N.C.C.), Helenville
Blackburn, Wm., Belfast Corporation Official, Abbotsford
Blackburn, Wm., jun., Belfast Gas Office, Claremont
Blair, R., carpenter
Blakely, R. J., J.P., Cable Road
Bolton, Samuel R., St. Elmo
Bonugli, F., confectioner, &c., Marine Avenue
Bowman, Samuel, artist, 2 Hunterville
Boyd, John, house, land and insurance agent; res., 2 Hope Villas
Boyd, S. W., J.P., distiller, Seabank
Boyes, Mrs., 1 Ashley Gardens
Brady, P., 4 Ashbye Terrace (Ashbey?)
Brattie, W. L., 8 Adelaide Avenue
Brennan, Captain John, 4 Greenfield Terrace
Brennan, J., 1 Dalmeny Terrace
Brown, Mrs., Castlechester
Brown, Wm., bank official, Knocklayde
Browne, Mrs., 1 Ebenezer Villas
Browne, S., 9 Adelaide Avenue
Burns, Mrs., 6 Barton's Terrace
Bury, Mrs. Jane, 18 Adelaide Avenue

Caldwell, S., J.P., Belair
Calwell, Wm., builder, 2 Pretoria Terrace
Campbell, N., plumber, 3 Adelaide Avenue
Campbell, W. P., 3 Craigailsa Terrace
Canning, R. G., 1 Kimberley Villas
Canning, W. J., Arthur Cabin
Carroll, ?, Bona Vista
Carter, W., Greenfield Terrace
Chandler, Mrs., Windsor Terrace
Chapman, T., fish merchant
Clarke, F. H. R., bank official, Braeside
Cole, Rev. Richard, Methodist minister, The Manse, Balmoral Avenue
Connell, Alex., shipwright, Glenfinnan
Connell, Thos., shipwright, Leinster Cabin
Connor, Mrs., 11 Adelaide Avenue
Connor, W. J., dairyman, Ford Cottage
Cooper, Mrs., 2 Kimberley Villas
Cotton, R. J., outfitter, Brookville, Prom.
Craig, J., J.P., Balmoral Avenue
Creighton, Mrs. H., Mervue
Crooks, W., Castlechester
Cuthbert, S., 1 Mount Prospect
Cuthbert, S., Shawfield
Curran, Wm., Lucerna, Cable Road

Dagwell, Charles, master mariner, Maryville
Dagwell, Hugh, master mariner, 2 Chichester Villas
Dallis, Joseph, Burnside Cottage
Darragh, William, flour and bran factor, Ardmore Villas
Devenny, W., proprietor Whitehead Hotel
Devenny, W., Marine Bar
Dobson, Alex. F., surveyor, Chester Avenue
Dobson, A., consulting engineer, Islandvale
Dobson, A., jun., consulting engineer, 1 Elsinore
Donaghey, E., Bencran, Promenade
Donnan, Mrs., 5 Adelaide Avenue
Donnan, John, farmer, Cable Road
Donnelly, Major, 1 Cable Villa
Douglas, T. P., 17 Adelaide Avenue
Downing, K. A., Mount Hawthorn
Dowther Brothers, builders, Balfour Avenue
Dowther, Samuel, builder, Iona
Dowther, Thos., teacher, Iona
Driscoll, Wm. J., Ivanhoe, 2 Barton Square
Duff, James, 1 Rath-Cimbaeith
Duff, Mrs., 1 Barton's Terrace
Duff, Samuel, merchant, Ingleheim
Duffy, Mrs., family grocer, Coronation House
Dunlop, Thomas H., grocer, 1 Inversnaid
Dyer, W., 2 Belair Villas

Elliott, James, manufacturer, Stalheim
Elliott, R., Stalheim
Elliott, W., Stalheim
Encell, C., grocer, Windsor Avenue
English, J. M., Government official, 3 Adelaide Gardens
Erskine, Garnet W., trunk manufacturer, 2 Clifton Villas
Erskine, Mrs., Fanvista
Espie, J., Almorah, Windsor Avenue
Erspie, R. E.

Ferguson, Chas., retired teacher, Ormsdale
Ferguson, R.
Fisher, R. N., Corona, Cable Road
Fleming, Captain, 3 Ashley Gardens
Fleming, Alex., provision merchant, Alma House
Fleming, A., & Co., Grocers, &c., Chester Avenue
Fleming, John, B.A., teacher, Alma House
Foster, J. S., Ivydene, Cable Road

Garrett, Mrs., 2 Florenceville
Garett, T. J., 1 Cable Villas
Gaston, Thomas, cashier, Adelaide Avenue
Gault, Miss B. A., Cable Road
Gault, Mrs. H., Cable Road
Getty, Fred, L. M. & S. Railway, 1 Victoria Terrace
Gibson, Miss, Kathleen Villas
Gillespie, Mrs., 2 Mount Randal, Balfour Avenue
Gillespie, Mrs., Eastbourne Cottage
Gillespie, W. H., warehouseman, Craig Ailsa Terrace
Girvin, H., upholsterer, etc., Balmoral Avenue
Girvan, Mrs. D., Methodist Church House
Gordon, Miss, 2 Marine Villas
Graham, Mrs., 10 Adelaide Avenue
Gray, Capt., Llanadern, Cable Road
Greaves, T., 9 Shaftesbury Square
Greenfield, James, Alma House
Greenfield, John, bread server, Glenfruian
Gregg, J., 1 Egremont
Griffiths, Mrs., Beresford House

Hack, Geo., proprietor The Green Cafe, Shaftesbury Square
Hall, Wm., carpenter, Raw Bray Cottage
Ham, Edward, marine engineer, 1 Clifton Villas
Hamill, William, painter, 13 Adelaide Avenue
Hamilton, Andw., sea captain, Rosellen, York Road
Hanna, J., 3 Royal Terrace
Hanna, S., 1 Laurine
Harbison, Miss, Esplanade House
Harper, R., 4 Ashley Gardens
Hawthorne, James, seaman, Thornfield Cottage
Hawthorne, Mrs., 1 Bonavista
Hay, James, Jubilee Villa
Hay, John, Studley
Hay, Mrs., 2 Windsor Terrace
Haydock, S., Mayfield, Balfour Avenue
Hayes, J., Jubilee Villas
Henderson, Mrs. F., 1 Belair Villas
Henning, W. J., chemist, Shaftesbury Square
Hepworth, T., 2 Eastbourne Villas
Hill, Robert, Cloneen
Hill, Wm., 2 Craigmore
Hoddinot, F. J., Waterloo House
Houston, John, 2 Greenfield Terrace
Hull, J. S., Ednaville, Balmoral avenue
Hunter, J. H., Veal Villa
Hunter, Miss E. A., fancy goods, hardware, &c., King's Road
Hunter, W., 1 Adelaide Avenue
Huston, R., 2 Seaforth Terrace
Hutcheson, B., Erindale, Balfour Avenue
Hutchinson, Miss, Castlechester
Hutchinson, Mrs. William, 3 Victoria Terrace

Irvine, Thomas, manager, 2 Adelaide Gardens
Irwin, Wm., York Villa

James, H., fruiterer, Victoria Avenue
Johnson, Mrs R. H., Seaview
Johnstone, W., 1 Beresford Villas
Jones, Mrs. R., 2 Donard Villas

Kane, Mrs., 2 Barton Terrace
Kearney, T. J., Edward Road
Kelly, William, merchant, Belfast Road
Kemp, R. (M.R., N.C.C.), 4 Alexander Terrace
Kennedy, James, dairyman, Castlechester
King, James, auctioneer and valuer, Castle Chichester
King, Mrs., proprietress Causeway Hotel, Ballycarry, 9 Shaftesbury Square
Kirk, R., carpenter, 5 Windsor Terrace
Kirkpatrick, J., Government official, 1 Fairfield
Kittrick, S., 1 Balmoral Avenue
Knox, Rev. D. B., Presbyterian minister, St. Albans
Knox, Joseph, linen merchant, 2 York Villas

Latimer, Miss, Balmurrie, Cable Road
Laverty, H., boot and shoe merchant, Windsor Avenue
Laverty, John, builder and contractor, 1 Craig Ailsa Terrace
Laverty, P., spirit merchant, Lisieux
Lilley, Mrs. M., 1 Bellevue Cottages
Lotary, J., Cartref, Cable Road
Lyttle, Mrs., 2 Erinview

Macready, Mrs., 1 Mount Randal
Magee, Miss J., dress maker, Corona
Magill, John E., chartered accountant, estate and rent agent, Eversley, Balfour Avenue
Magill, R. M., estate agent, Lilybank
Manderson, Mrs., Lissa Villa
Mann, W., Ravensdale
Martin, Fred, Laragh
Martin, Joseph, Strathmore Cottage
Martin, J. J., Balmoral Avenue
Martin, Miss J., 4 Adelaide Gardens
Martin, Wm. McC. (of Midland Railway, N.C.C.), 8 Shaftesbury Square
Martin, Wm. H., teacher, Mount Oriel
Martin, Wm., M.D., J.P., O.B.E., Marine Promenade
Matier, Miss, 3 Greenfield Terrace
Maxwell, James W. W., tea merchant, Esplanade House
May, Thomas, grocer and druggist, Sunnyside
Maybin, Mrs., 1 Crown Cottages
Maybin, Robert, railway carrier, Barton House
Michelbacher, F., foreign correspondent, Mount Albans
Miller, Henry, salesman, Glenfinnan
Mitchell, Hugh, Dunloe
Mitchell, J., Midland Railway Co. (N.C.C.), Chester Avenue
Mitchell, Mrs., 3 Adelaide Gardens
Montgomery, J. C, Post Office, Stationer, &c.; Agent for the "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Moore, D. F., principal teacher, The Croft
Moore, W., Castle Chester
Morgan, Miss, railway refreshment rooms
Morrow, Miss, Knocknagulliagh
Morrow, Mrs. Annie, Ardbawn
Morrow, Thomas, Cable Road
Morton, Miss E., Kiltermon, Balfour Avenue
Morton, Wm. F. (of Riddel's Ltd.), Craig Ailsa
Murray, Miss M., 1 Adelaide Gardens

McAlery, John M., merchant tailor, 1 marine Villas
McAloney, Mrs., 4 Barton's Terrace
McCafferty, Mrs. C. H., 2 Adelaide Avenue
McConnell, J., Balmoral Avenue
McCorkill, Miss, Shingleside
McCoull, Mrs., 2 Bellvue Cottages
McCully, Wm., carpenter, Balmoral Avenue
McDermott, The Misses, Chichester Cottage
McDonald, Robert, carrier, 8 Barton's Terrace
McDowell, J., house painter, &c., Windsor Avenue
McFarlane, Jos. Y., insurance official, King's Road
McFerran, D. K. (Rosebank Weaving Co.), 1 Gardner Villas
McGahey, The Misses, 2 Ardmore Villas
McGoran, T., hairdresser, Esplanade Avenue
McIlroy, Mrs. M., 1 Mervue
McIlroy, W. J., warehouseman, Ashdene
McKeown, R. J., M.P., Cliff Lodge
McKeown, J. R.
McKissick, William, Cable Road
McLarnon, Mrs., 4 Adelaide Avenue
McLarnon, Mrs. L. M., 2 Rosemount Villas
McLaughlin, Miss, 3 Balmoral Terrace
McLean, E., 4 Balmoral Avenue
McNally, J. P., principal Whitehead N.S., Ingfield
McVea, J. H., 1 Eastbourne Villas
McVea, Mrs. J., The Crag

Neeson, Miss, 1 Crown Villas
Neill, F. S., tea merchant, Chesterfield
Neill, John, Redlands
Nethery, J. W., J.P., manager Northern Bank, Bank House
Nicholl, Miss, 2 Fairfield
Nolan, Richard, manager, 1 Ladysmith Villas
Nugent, ?, Castle Chichester

Orr, E. J., insurance inspector, Anchorville
O'Clery, Mrs., Ivanhoe
O'Neill, N., 2 Willowbrook, Cable Road

Perioli, Mrs., 1 Roynon Villas
Phillips, J., Strand Grocery, Victoria Avenue
Phillips, Miss, 1 Ebenezer Villas
Pithcathley, R. (of Midland Railway), 4 Seaforth Terrace, Promenade
Plenderleith, Miss, teacher, Fanvista
Poag, J., boot and shoe maker, Alexandra Avenue
Poag, William, posting establishment, Windsor Avenue
Pocock, Geo., furnisher, Chelsea
Polland, Charles, butcher, Victoria Avenue

Ramsami, P., upholsterer
Rankin, E. H., bank official, Mervue
Rea, Rev. J. T., Presbyterian minister, 2 Inversnaid
Rea, Wm., merchant, King's Road
Reid, Mrs. William, 5 Brookville
Reid, Thomas, M.R. (N.C.C.)
Richards, W., 7 Adelaide Avenue
Riddell, J., plumber, &c., Helenslee, Balmoral Avenue
Robb, Frank A., insurance manager, 1 Royal Terrace
Robinson, R. J., warehouseman, Islandview
Ross, A., butcher, 5 Shaftesbury Square
Ruddell, Miss B., 2 Craigmore
Ruddock, Capt., Chester Avenue
Rusk, Walter, Riversdale, Chester Avenue
Russell, W. J., grocer, 2 Shaftesbury Square and Cable Road
Rutherford, Mrs., 1 Florenceville

Scott, David R., 2 Crown Villas
Scott, Geo. J., J.P., Kingsvale, Chester Avenue
Scott, Mrs. E., Ashley Gardens
Seeds, W., 1 Ladysmith Villas
Semple, Edward, Railway Cottages
Sheridan, Mrs., 1 Athelbye Terrace
Simpson, Richard, gardener, 3 Barton's Terrace
Skelton, Wm. L., solicitor,  York Lodge
Smith, J., spirit merchant, Castlechester
Smith, Mrs., 2 Barton Square
Smith, Mrs., 12 Adelaide Avenue
Smith, Thomas, Inverary, Promenade
Smyth, W., linen merchant, Oakwood, Cable Road
Spence, James, spirit merchant, Riversdale
Stanley, A., 1 Alexander Terrace
Steele, Mrs., 5 Barton Terrace
Stephenson, John, grocer, Durrus, Cable Road
Stewart, E., Rathmona
Stewart, James, 2 Gardner Villas

The Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Limited - Agent, W. W. Brown, Belfast Bank
Thompson, R., artist, 1 Mafeking Villas
Thornbury, James, Innisfail, Cable Road
Todd, Albert E., auditor Midland Railway Co., Killeen, King's Road
Toland, W. H., agent
Trail, Mrs., 2 Lissa Villas
Turtle, W. J., accountant, Inisfallen

Urquhart, D., 2 Athelby Terrace
Urquhart, R., 2 Athelby Terrace

Vance, James, manager, Redlands

Walker, F. M., Mount Royal
Wallace, Mrs., 1 Albert Villas
Wallace, S., Lilybank
Wallace, Wm., 2 Hope Villas
Waterson, James, steamship owner, broker and consulting engineer, Ardnagrena
Whirter, Mrs. H., 2 Beresford Villas
Whiting, W. T., shipping agent, Cool-a-vin
Whyte, John, Maureen, King's Road
Williamson, A. E., commission agent, Rathmore
Wilson, Geo., painter, &c., Cable Road
Wilson, Mrs., confectioner, &c., The Towers
Wilson, Mrs., 1 Hunterville
Wilson, Mrs., Adelaide Avenue
Wilson, W. B., Ingleside
Wisnom, Mrs. R., Cable Road
Wisnom, Samuel, 6 Adelaide Avenue
Wisnom, Wm., farmer, Riverbrook
Wood, Herbert, Chelsea
Woods, David, painter &c., Waterloo House
Workman, Fred, King's Road
Wylie, James, private hotel, Sunshine House, Blackhead
Wylie, John, B.A., Queen's University, Beaufort
Wylie, Misses, Montana, Balfour Avenue

Young, J., Kingslea, King's Road

CLOUGH

          A small village in Co. Down, on the main road from Belfast to Newcastle, about 21 miles from Belfast, Tullymurry being the nearest railway station. Fairs are held twice a year, on 27th May and 5th July

Post Office - Miss Greenham, postmistress; Miss O'Toole, assistant
Unitarian Church - Rev. Davie Dundrum
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Orr

INHABITANTS

Bailie, E. J., Grocer, &c., Agent for "Belfast News-Letter" and "Belfast Weekly News"
Bannon, Thomas, farmer
Bannon, H. W., farmer
Burns, J., farmer

Carr, G., blacksmith
Carr, F., railway porter
Clarke, Owen, ex-R.I.C.
Connor, J., retired N.S. teacher
Cromie, J.
Cromie, T., M.D., registrar for births, marriages, and deaths

Frazer, James, farmer

Lewis, S., carpenter

Marks, Wm., butcher

McColl, S., cooper
McColl, A., farmer
McNally, J., signalman

Neill, S., farmer
Nixon, Wm., ex-R.I.C.

Ogle, Archibald, grocer, &c.

Quinn, J., publican
Quinn, Mrs. K., grocer

Thompson, M., farmer
Torrans, Patrick

Watson, O., ex-R.I.C.