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The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory for 1865-66: News-Letter Office

The Belfast And Province Of Ulster Directory For 1865-66.

(Published at the News-Letter Office, Belfast, 1865.)
Volume VII.

 

TO THE READER
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The Seventh Volume of “The Belfast And Province Of Ulster Directory” is now presented to the Public, in the hope that the Work will be found useful as a guide to the increasing Town of Belfast, and the Counties and principal Towns in the Province of Ulster.

News-Letter Office,
Belfast,
September 1865.

HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF LURGAN

Lurgan is a thriving market town, in County Armagh, twenty miles S.W. from Belfast, and on the line of the Ulster Railway, for which the town is a station. The principal part of the town extends for upwards of a mile along the Belfast and Armagh road, and is spacious, airy, well built, and remarkably clean. That which may be considered the suburban part of Lurgan is extensive, and has extended very much since 1851, principally on account of the increase and extension of the linen and cambric manufacturing, and also the granting of leases in perpetuity by Lord Lurgan. Brownlow House, the seat of Lord Lurgan, proprietor of the town, extends along the North-East of it, and the entrance is by an elegant lodge from near the centre of the main street. The mansion was some years ago rebuilt in the Elizabethan style, with beautiful freestone brought from Scotland. The grounds, which are generously thrown open to the public, are richly embellished with thriving plantations, reflected in a fine sheet of water, and encompassed by a well kept gravel walk. The Court-House is a stone building, and the Diaper Hall is a spacious building, erected in 1825. The linen and cambric manufacture is the staple trade of Lurgan, and in producing the variety of fabrics, as lawns, diapers, damasks, (and of late years a large number of persons are employed in the manufacture of cambric handkerchiefs), &c., a large proportion of the population of the town and its vicinity are employed, while some of the establishments of the yarn and linen merchants are extensive. Two breweries and the hotels are the other principal establishments. The Belfast Banking Company, the Northern Banking Company, and the Ulster Bank have each a branch in operation here. A facility of intercourse with Belfast is afforded by Lough Neagh and the Lagan Navigation.
The General Quarter Sessions of the county are held in Lurgan, and Petty Sessions every alternate Tuesday. A section of the constabulary police is stationed in the town, which has lately been made a first class station. The parish church of Shankhill is a handsome structure, in pure Gothic architecture, having been lately re-built jointly by the Commissioners and the parish. There are places of worship for Presbyterians, the Society of Friends, and Wesleyan and Primitive Methodists. The Roman Catholic parochial chapel is a Gothic building.¬†The free educational establishments are, a school supported by Erasmus Smith’s charity, and an infant school solely supported by Lady Lurgan. The Model school cost ¬£8,000; opened March, 1863; built to accommodate 600 children. A Mechanic’s Institute is established in the town. It was originated by William Watson, Esq., of New York, who, while on a visit to his native town, generously offered the princely sum of 1,000 guineas as a commencement.¬†His brothers, Francis and Hugh Watson, Esqrs. most liberally seconded his views, and subscribed ¬£500. The whole ¬£1,500 was to be paid on a similar sum being raised by the inhabitants. Lord Lurgan met this generous offer in a kindred spirit, and the sum of ¬£1,500¬†has also been subscribed by his lordship and the other inhabitants.¬†The other charities are a dispensary, a Union Workhouse, and a Ragged School. The market, which is held on Thursday, is abundantly supplied with provisions, and is, besides, a considerable one for the manufacturers¬†of the town and district. Fairs, 5th August and 22nd November. Population in 1861, 7,766.

POST OFFICE, Market Street РMails are made up as follows :- For Lisburn and Belfast, 11.30 a.m. ; England, Dublin, South and West of Ireland, Belfast and Scotland, 1.45 p.m. ; Portadown, Armagh, Enniskillen, &c., 9.30p.m. ; Dublin, Belfast, and England, 8.45 p.m. ; letters can be posted ten minutes later than the times here named by affixing the additional postage stamp, such letters to be given in at the window; deliveries commence at 7.15 a.m., 12.15 a.m., and 2.30 p.m. ; on Sunday there is but one delivery, commencing at 8 a.m. Рdelivery at the window till 10 a.m. ; money orders are granted from 7 a.m. till 6 p.m.  

CONVEYANCES РTrains leave Lurgan daily for Belfast at 8.5, 10.24, 11.57, 5.57, 8.20 ; and Belfast for Armagh, via Lurgan, 7, 9.10, 10.35, 1.45, 4.30, 5, 7.15 ; the 7, 10.35, 1.45, 5 trains take passengers to Dublin. On Sundays trains leave Lurgan for Belfast at 9.15, 5, and 7.50 ; and trains leave Belfast for Armagh, via Lurgan, 9, 4, 5.50. 

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LOUGH NEAGH DRAINAGE DISTRICT

The Lough Neagh Drainage District comprises portions of the Counties of Antrim, Armagh, Down, Londonderry, and Tyrone, and discharges the rain-fall of a fifteenth part of Ireland. The works executed in this district to effect the drainage of the flooded lands were carried out by the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland, and the expenses incurred amounted to nearly ¬£160,000. The result of the execution of this measure has been that the waters of the district are being conveyed to the lowered outfalls under an entire change of conditions. Formerly the rivers and streams were impounded for several months over extensive tracts of country, until, by a long continuance of dry water, they sluggishly passed off to the old Summer levels. Now, the lowered outfalls have created a declivity in the surface of the streams, which, imparting an increased velocity to the volume passing down the improved channels, they discharge their waters sufficiently below the level of the lands drained. The improved and reclaimed lands amount to 29,597 acres; they are relieved from floods by means of 159 miles of principal rivers and arterial channels, varying very much in their magnitude; and 38 miles of river embankments, with self-acting sluices. The whole of the foregoing works, together with two miles of the unnavigable portions of the Lower Bann, are to be perpetually maintained by the local trustees, to whom the district was handed over in 1859, and upon the efficient maintenance of the works depends the security of at least 20,000 acres of land produce, leaving 9,597 acres for such as are on the immediate shores of the lake and navigable rivers, and are independent of or less influenced by these channels. The Drainage Trustees have unlimited power of taxation over the property within the district, but inasmuch as the Trustees are elected by and from amongst the landed proprietors, they have such an interest in the measure as ensues the greatest economy consistent with efficient maintenance of the works. The maintenance e expenditure per annum for the last six years has not amounted to ¬£1,000, or less than 8¬ľ d per acre charge on the drained lands, or 12s 7¬Ĺd per cent, on the original outlay.

Trustees ‚Äď The Right Hon. Lord Lurgan, K.P., Brownlow House, Lurgan; chairman;
John Cromie, Esq., D.L., Cronmore, Portstewart;
W.T. Stannus, Esq., Lisburn;
Major McClintock, J.P., Randalstown;
William Verner, Esq., J.P., Church Hill, Moy;
William Hardy, Esq., Armagh;
Hugh Boyle, Esq., J.P., Armagh;
Francis Fforde, Esq., Raghlan, Derrymacash;
Captain H. S. Bruce, Esq., J.P., Ballyscullion House, Castledawson;
R. H. Dolling, Esq., J.P., The Manor House, Kilrea;
A. Spottswood, Esq., J.P., Millbrook, Magherafelt;
James Gunning, Esq., J.P., Wellbrook, Cookstown;
James G. Richardson, Esq., Trew Mount, Moy;
Stewart Blacker, Esq., Carrickbladder, Portadown;
Captain Brooke, J.P., Templepatrick.
Secretary ‚Äď John Hancock, Esq., Lurgan.
Engineer ‚Äď Mr. William J. O‚ÄôNeill, Portadown.

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 LURGAN MECHANICS INSTITUTE

The Mechanics’ Institute is a handsome structure, situated at the corner of High Street and Union Street, opposite the principal entrance to the demesne of Lord Lurgan. It was erected at a cost of nearly £2,000, and was opened on Wednesday, the 2nd March, 1859, at one o’clock, by the Right Hon. the Lord Justice of Appeal. The news-room is supplied with the leading newspapers and periodicals of the day, and the library contains about 1,500 volumes, selected with special reference to the wants of the working classes. Works of a practical description predominate, but the better sort of novels have not been excluded. The lecture-room is a large semicircular apartment, capable of comfortably accommodating 250 to 300 persons, and lighted from the roof by day through stained glass, and at night by a brilliant sunlight of forty-four jets. The institute is open every day (Sundays excepted) from seven o’clock, a.m., till ten, p.m., in Summer; and from eight, a.m., till ten p.m., in Winter. The library is open on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, from seven till nine o’clock. During the Winter season lecturers are delivered monthly.  A subscription of five shillings per annum constitutes a member, and entitles him to the privileges of the news-room, lending library, and access to the lectures free. Donors of ten pounds have the privilege, for life, of nominating, from time to time, one member being under the age of eighteen years, who shall be exempt from payment of any subscription; and donors of twenty-five pounds have the like privilege of nominating two members, each under the age of eighteen years.

PRESIDENT:

 

VICE-PRESIDENT:

The Rt. Hon. Lord Lurgan, K. St. P.

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Francis Watson, Esq.
 

TRUSTEES

 
Lord Lurgan

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John Hancock, J.P.
John Waite Greer, J.P.

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Francis Watson
 

COMMITTEE

 

1865*

1866*

1867*

Lord Lurgan, K. St. P.                                 Francis Watson, J.P.           James Malcolm
J. W. Greer, J.P.                                          William Shaw, M.D.           H. Watson
J. Hancock, J.P.                                           S. A. Bell                                William Macoun
Robert Armstrong                                      John Ross                               George Hazlett
Joseph Murphy                                            Fred. W. Magahan              William Turkington
     

Honorary Secretary ‚Äď Fred. W. Magahan

Porter and Housekeeper ‚Äď Joseph Johnston

[* Five of the committee retire annually, as noted above, and are eligible for re-election]

 

 

1865-66 DIRECTORY FOR LURGAN
PUBLIC OFFICERS, INSTITUTIONS, &c.
TOWN COMMISSIONERS FOR 1865
HancockJohn (J.P.)Chairman - Town Commission
MacounWilliamTown Commissioner
CarrickGeorge R.Town Commissioner
ArcherJamesTown Commissioner
TonerBernardTown Commissioner
DonnellyArthurTown Commissioner
MurrayEdwardTown Commissioner
MathersRobertTown Commissioner
HeronWilliamTown Commissioner
CrawfordWilliamTown Commissioner
RossJohnTown Commissioner
ShawWilliam (M.D.)Town Commissioner
GlassJamesTown Commissioner
ConnJosephTown Commissioner
HarperJamesTown Commissioner
TOWN OFFICERS (Treasurer - Northern Banking Company)
AndersonJamesAuditor
PentlandWilliamAuditor
SuttonThomasTown Clerk
MaloneBryanInspector of Nuisances
McCorryWilliamScavenger
POST OFFICE
McLaveryMiss AnnePostmistress, Post Office - Market Street
UNION WORKHOUSE
DonaldsonJamesMaster, Union Workhouse
MulhollandMrs.Matron, Union Workhouse
RuddellGeorgeRelieving Officer, Union Workhouse
RuddellJamesClerk, Union Workhouse
COURTHOUSE
LurganRight Hon. Lord (K.B.)Local Magistrate
HancockJohnLocal Magistrate
GreerJohn W.Local Magistrate
WatsonFrancisLocal Magistrate
MagahanFred W.Clerk of Petty Sessions
BRIDEWELL
NeillWilliamKeeper, Bridewell - William Street
CONSTABULARY STATION
McCarronNealHead Constable, Constabulary Station
DISPENSARY
HannayRobert S.Surgeon, Dispensary - Market Street
STAMP OFFICE
MurphyJosephSub-distributor, Stamp Office - William Street
LORD LURGAN'S OFFICE
HancockJohn (J.P.)Agent, Lord Lurgan's Office
HannaWilliamBook Keeper, Lord Lurgan's Office
FlemingWilliamClerk, Lord Lurgan's Office
LOUGH NEAGH DRAINAGE DISTRICT
HancockJohn (J.P.)Secretary, Lough Neagh Drainage District
O'NeillW. J. (C.E.)Engineer, Lough Neagh Drainage District
MagahanFred W.Clerk, Lough Neagh Drainage District
BELFAST BANK
FairsWilliamManager, Belfast Bank - High Street
WaringMr.Assistant, Belfast Bank - High Street
NORTHERN BANK
MegaryH.Manager, Northern Bank - Market Street
RobbA.Cashier, Northern Bank - Market Street
ULSTER BANK
BrownWilliamManager, Ulster Bank - Market Street
CardwellJ. A.Cashier and Accountant, Ulster Bank - Market Street
RAILWAY STATION
WilkinsonJamesManager, Railway Station - Lower end of William Street
GAS WORKS (Treasurer - Ulster Bank)
GibbAndrewManager, Gas Works
BairdWilliamSecretary, Gas Works
PARISH CHURCH
GibbsRev. John (A.M.)Rector, Parish Church - Church Place
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
BerkeleyRev. Lowry E.Minister, Presbyterian Church - High Street
SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
ClarkeRev. J. G.Minister, Second Presbyterian Church - Hill Street
WESLEYAN CHAPEL
--Various Ministers, Wesleyan Chapel - High Street
PRIMITIVE WESLEYAN METHODIST CHAPEL
--Various Ministers, Primitive Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - Queen Street
FRIENDS' MEETING HOUSE
--'Vacant' - Queen Street
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL
O'BrienVery Rev. William (V.G., P.P.)Parish Priest, Roman Catholic Chapel - North Street
McKennaRev. James (C.C.)Roman Catholic Chapel - North Street
McConvillRev. J.Roman Catholic Chapel - North Street
THE LURGAN FRIENDLY SOCIETY (Established in 1845)
OultonRev. P.Established the Lurgan Friendly Society
THE LURGAN POWER LOOM FACTORY FRIENDLY SOCIETY (Established in 1860)
MalcolmJ.Patron of the Lurgan Power Loom Factory Friendly Society
FREE SCHOOL
ClarkeHenryMaster, Free School - North Street
AndersonMrs.Mistress, Free School - North Street
INFANT SCHOOL (Patronised by Lady Lurgan)
GinnMrs.Mistress, Infant School - Lurgan Demesne
THE RAGGED SCHOOL
LoganMissMistress, The Ragged School - Queen Street
LURGAN DEMESNE CRICKET CLUB (Contains upwards of 30 members and meets for play three times weekly)
LurganLordPresident - Lurgan Demesne Cricket Club
JohnsonJamesSecretary - Lurgan Demesne Cricket Club
MODEL SCHOOL
GreerAlexanderHead Master - Model School
Mooney-First Assistant - Model School
PorterGeorgeSecond Assistant - Model School
CampbellElizaHead Teacher of Girls School - Model School
SmallSophiaFirst Assistant - Model School
CoyleAnnaSecond Assistant - Model School
KennedyMartha C.Head Teacher of Infants School - Model School
MooneyMrs.First Assistant - Model School
BrownMartha JaneSecond Assistant - Model School
WashingtonGeorgeMusic Master - Model School
SmeetheRolandDrawing Master - Model School
ClarkeDr.Physical Science Class - Model School
HILL STREET NATIONAL SCHOOL
GimmMissTeacher, National School - Hill Street
TULLYGALLY SCHOOL (Under the Church Education Society)
VernerWilliamMaster - Tullygally School
LURGAN NATIONAL SCHOOL
BerkeleyRev. L. E.Patron - Lurgan National School
WallaceSamuelMale Teacher - Lurgan National School
DaltonWilliamAssistant - Lurgan National School
MorisonWilliamAssistant - Lurgan National School
LowryMissFemale Teacher - Lurgan National School
StewartMissAssistant - Lurgan National School
McGowanSamuelMusic Class Teacher - Lurgan National School
DOUGHER NATIONAL SCHOOL
O'BrienVery Rev. WilliamPatron - Dougher National School
CullenWilliamMaster - Dougher National School
McKeownMrs.Mistress - Dougher National School
WardMissAssistant - Dougher National School
PENNY SAVINGS BANK (Bankers - Belfast Banking Company)
LurganLordPresident - Penny Savings Bank
GreerJohn W. (J.P.)Vice President - Penny Savings Bank
MalcolmJamesVice President - Penny Savings Bank
WatsonFrancisVice President - Penny Savings Bank
HancockJohn (J.P.)Vice President - Penny Savings Bank
GENTRY, &c.
ArmstrongWilliamHigh Street
DouglasCharles (D.L., J.P.)Grace Hall
DouglasMissGrace Hall
DouglasMiss Ann-
FfordeFrancisRaughlin
GreerJohn Waite (J.P.)Woodvale
GreerWilliamWilderness
GreerMissWilderness
GreerMiss CatherineWilderness
GreerHenryNorth Street
GreerSamuelNorth Street
HallMissHigh Street
HancockJohn (J.P.)Manor House
LurganLord (Right Hon.)Brownlow House
MercerHenryFarm Lodge
RichardsonCharlesSpringfield
WatsonFrancis (J.P.)Lakeview
WatsonHughBeechpark
CLERGY AND PROFESSIONAL
GilbertJonathanSurgeon and Apothecary - Church Square
HannyR. S.Surgeon and Apothecary - Market Street
HazlettGeorgeSolicitor - Church Place
JacksonMr.Veterinary Surgeon - High Street
JacksonMr.Surgeon
KnoxRev. Thomas (A.M.)Rural Dean - Glebe House
MorrisRobertSolicitor - High Street
O'BrienRev. Dr. (P.P.)Vicar General - Chapel House, North Stret
RodgersSamuelSurgeon &c. - Hill Street
RussellCrampton B. (M.D.)High Street
ShawWilliamSurgeon &c. - Market Street
UsherJamesSolicitor
TRADERS &c.
AndersonJamesYarn Merchant - Church Square
AndersonJohn E.Seedsman - Market Square
AndersonW.Cartwright - William Street
AndersonWilliamClerk - William Street
AndersonWilliamCabinet Maker - North Street
AndersonRobertBookkeeper - William Street
AndersonRobertTailor - Edward Street
ArdrieW. J.General Outfitter - Market Street (and Dromore)
Armstrong and Mathers-Haberdashers, Silk, Mercers, Woollenddrapers, Hosiers, &c., - Market Street
Armstrong & Co.-Cotton Merchants - Market Street
BairdWilliamPawnbroker
BellJohnDruggist - High Street
Bell & Co.ThomasCambric Handkerchief Manufacturers - Bellview
S. Bell & Co.(Samuel)Bellview
BerwickAnthonySaddler - William Street
BerwickJamesBaker - Queen Street
BinghamClementsBoot and Shoe Maker - Market Street
BlackThomasBoot and Shoe Maker - Market Street
BlaneyJamesPublican - Market Street
BrassfieldCharlesGreen Grocer and Market Gardener
BrattyJohnGrocer - Edward Street
BrennianHenry Nassau WilliamLawer's Clerk - Castle Lane
BrownWilliamPawnbroker and Grocer - Queen Street
BrownMissesGrocers and Dressmakers - High Street
BullickJohnWheelwright - Market Street
BurgoyneMrs.Boarding House - Market Street
BurnsJohnGrocer - Market Street
CampbellJamesCabinet Maker, Delf and China Merchant - High Street
CampbellMrs.Servants' Registry Office - High Street
CampbellMrs.Head Mistress of Lurgan Model School - William Street
CampbellRobertGuttapercha and Shoe Warehouse - High Street
CapperHannahMillinery and Bonnet Shop - Market Street
CapperJohnLinen Yarn Merchant - Market Street
CapperJosephCarpenter and Grocer - Union Street
CarlisleJamesPlumbers and Lead Merchants - William Street
CarlisleWilliamMcCaw and Carlisle - Tegnavin
CarrickGeorgeGrain Merchant - High Street
CarterWilliamBookseller and Auctioneer - Middle Row
ChapmanJohnCoachbuilder and Jobbing Smith - High Street
CherryAndrewWatch and Clock Maker, Jeweller, &c., - Market Street
Cherry Bros.-Cabinet Makers &c., - Market Street
ClarkeThomasVictualler - Market Street
ClarkstonWilliamForeman Cutter - William Street
ClendinningJamesCambric Handkerchief Manufacturer - Union Lodge, Union Street
ColvinJamesCarpenter - North Street
ConnJosephGrocer and Provision Dealer - Market Street
CordnerJohnPainter and Glazier - Edward Street
CordnerAlexanderCambric Handkerchief Manufacturer
CrawfordW.Sodawater and Lemonade Manufacturer - Queen Street
CrawfordDunlopPawnbroker - High Street
CunninghamJohnPavior - North Street
DinesJamesOld Clothes Dealer - Market Street
DixonWilliamGeneral Provision Merchant - North Street
DonnellyArthurPublican, Grocer &c. - Market Street
DonnellyWilliamCarpenter - High Street
DouglasJohnCambric Handkerchief Manufacturer - Market Street
DouglasGeorgeCambric Handkerchief Manufacturer - William Street
DouglasThomasGrocer - Queen Street
DowneyJohnBlacksmith - Black's Court
DuffyJamesBaker - Castle Lane
ElliottJohnLinen. Lawn and Diaper Manufacturer - High Street
EllisMrs.Grocer - Market Street
EmersonThomasMarket Street
EvansR. J.Printer and Stationer - Market Street
EvansG. F.Auctioneer - Market Street
FalloonHenryLapper - North Street
FalloonMrs.Grocer - Edward Street
FenanWilliamPublican - Market Street
FinchJamesBaker and Grocer - North Street
FitzsimmonsEdwardOld Clothes Dealer - Edward Street
FlemmingJohnSaddler and Publican - Market Street
FrenchJohnTinsmith - Middle Row
GallagherJamesBlacksmith - Castle Lane
GardnerHenryBookkeeper - Frederick Place
GearyJohnGrocer - Edward Street
GilchristR.Haberdasher - Market Street
GillilandJohnGrocer and Publican - William Street
GlassJamesCambric Handkerchief Manufacturer - William Street
GlassRobertBookkeeper - Hill Street
GormanThomasLawn and Cambric Manufacturer - Knocknashane
GormanThomasAlbert Hotel and General Posting Master - High Street
GreenMrs.Academy for Young Ladies - Hoophill House
GreerAlexanderHead Master of Lurgan Model School - Union Street
HalfpennyHughTinsmith and Gas Fitter - Castle Lane
HamiltonJamesButcher and Cow Jobber - Queen Street
HamiltonElizabethProvision Store
HannaWilliamGrocer - William Street
HannayR. S.Surgeon and Apothecary - Market Street
HarbinsonMrs.Publican - William Street
HarbinsonMiss A.Milliner and Dressmaker
HarkinCharlesMason - William Street
HarperJamesCabinet Maker - William Street
Hazelton and Sheppard-Cambric Handkerchief Manufacturers - Market Street
HazeltonJohnPawnbroker - Market Street
HazeltonHamiltonPublican - Church Street
HeaneyMissGrocer - North Street
Henning & Son.JohnCambric Handkerchief Manufacturers - Waringstown
Heron & Co.WilliamCambric and Shirt Front Manufacturers - William Street
Higgins-Market Street
HolmesEdwardMason - Castle Lane
HussainPatrickBlacksmith - Church Square
JohnstonJohnBrewer and Tobacco and Snuff Manufacturer - High Street
KennedyJamesBaker and Grocer - High Street
KennedyJohnLinen Lapper - Hill Street
KennedyWilliamOld Clothes Dealer - Market Street
KernsHughPublican - Queen Street
KerrAndrew ThomasChandler - Market Street
KirkMissHaberdasher - Market Street
KnoxThomasCutler and Gunsmith - Castle Place
Lattimer, Davis, & Co.-Woollendrapers, Haberdashers, Hosiers, Hatters, &c. - Market Street
LarkinPatrickSupervisor of Inland Revenue - Edward Street
LaveryCharlesPublican - Portadown Street
LaveryThomasGrocer and Manufacturing Agent - Queen Street
LawsonAlexanderCambric Manufacturer - Queen Street
LockhartJohn GeorgeMarket Street
LockhartIsaacLinen Yarn Merchant, Diaper and Drill Manufacturer - High Street
LoughlanJohnBookkeeper - Mary Street
LowryMissTeacher - William Street
LuttonThomasTeacher and Writing Clerk - Market Street
MacounWilliam and JamesCambric Handkerchief Manufacturers - Brownlow Terrace and Mary Street
MaconnJohnLinen Manufacturer - Moyraverty
MagahanFrederick W.Clerk to Petty Sessions, Clerk to Lough Neagh Drainage Trustees, &c. - Hill Street
Magee Bros.-Damask, Linen, and Cambric Manufacturers - Queen Street
MageeCharlesVictualler, Wine and Spirit Merchant - High Street and Union Street
MalcolmJamesPower Loom Factory, Manufacturer of Lawns and Cambric Handkerchiefs, &c.
MalcolmsonD.Grocer and Wine and Spirit Merchant - Market Street
MartinW. JamesCarpenter - Clara Street
MartinThomasBook Keeper - North Street
Matier & Co.HenryLinen and Cambric Handkerchief Manufacturers - High Street
MayGeorgeWatch and Clockmaker - Market Street
MehaffyWilliamBoot and Shoemaker - High Street
MidgleyJ.Reedmaker - Queen Street
MillisJ. and E.Cabinetmakers - William Street
MoffetThomasBoot and Shoemaker - William Street
MontgomeryWilliamCoachbuilder and Jobbing Smith - Market Street
MooreDunlopSaddler and Harness Maker - Main Street
MooreHenryPainter and Glazier - William Street
MorganMaryStationer - High Street
MurchieArchibaldTailor - High Street
MurphyJosephLinen and Yarn Merchant - William Street
MurrayEdwardUlster Railway Hotel - William Street
MurrayWilliamGrocer and Butter Merchant - Market Street
McAllister & Co.JosephDamask Manufacturers - Bernoge
McCabeEdwardWilliam Street
McCaw and Carlisle-Linen Manufacturers - Tegnavin
McCawRobertof McCaw and Carlisle - Tegnavin
McCaughleyJ.Grocer - High Street
McClureWilliamWholesale and Retail Grocery and Ironmongery Warehouse - High Street
McConnellRobertBuilder and General Contractor - William Street
McConvillThomasLinen Yarn Merchant - Market Street
McCorryCharlesLinen, Lawn and Cambric Manufacturer - Kilmore
McCorryJohnWynne Terrace
McCroryJaneBonnetmaker - Hill Street
McCroryJohnPublic Weightmaster - Hill Street
McCullaghSamuelLinen Merchant - High Street and James's Street South, Belfast
McDowellMrs.Boarding House - William Street
McGeownP.Publican - Church Square
McKeeJamesLeather Seller and Old Clothes Dealer - Market Street
McKeownEdwardPublican - Church Square
McKeownHughGrocer and Leather Seller - Market Street
McMullenHenryCambric Manufacturer - Comecinegar
NeillWilliamBridewell Keeper - William Street
NeillMrs.Haberdasher - Queen Street
NelsonRobertBlacksmith - Church Square
NettletonThe MissesDressmakers &c. - High Street
NicholsonMrs.Boarding House
NicholsonRobertPublican - Church Square
O'BrienEdwardGrocer and Publican - Church Square
O'BrienCharlesPublican - Church Square
ParkinsonE. J.Lapper of Linen and Cambric Goods on Commission - Edward Street
Pedlow Bros.-Grocers, Wine and Spirit Merchants - Church Place
PedlowDavidPublican - High Street
PelanJohnBuilder - William Street
PelanSamuelPublican - Edward Street
PentlandAllen JohnCambric Handkerchief Manufacturer - William Street
PentlandWilliamRegistrar of Marriages - William Street
ReynoldsE. and A.Saddlers and Harness Makers - Main Street
RidgewayWilliamBoot and Shoemakers - William Street
RidgewayJohnBoot and Shoemaker - Market Street
RobertsWalterLinen Lapper - High Street
RobinsonJamesPainter and Glazier - Church Square
RobinsonJohnPainter and Glazier - Market Street
RogersSamuelSurgeon and Apothecary - Market Street; Residence, Annsbro' House
RoneyJohnChandler and Soap Boiler and Publican - Market Street
RossJohnCambric and Cambric Handkerchief Manufacturer - High Street
RossRobertLinen Yarn Merchant - High Street
RuddellJamesClerk of the Lurgan Union - Market Street
RuddellSamuelSpirit Grocer - Church Square
RussellDorahMilliner - Middle Row
RussellT. E.Clerk - William Street
SavageArthurManufacturing Agent - Hill Street
ScottJohnGrain Merchant - North Street
ShawWilliamSurgeon and Apothecary - Market Street
SherridanThomasBrownlow Arms Hotel - Market Street
SingletonThomasGrocer - Union Street
SmithAlexanderGrocer and Publican - Church Square
SmythMrs.Publican - Edward Street
SmythWilliamGrocer - Market Street
SomervilleJohnBlacksmith - Market Street
StarkeyCharlesSaddler - Church Square
StewartWilliamDamask Manufacturer - William Street
SummervilleJanePublican - Castle Lane
TaaffeWilliamCabinet Maker - Market Street
TaylorJamesWholesale and Retail Grocer and Wine and Spirit Merchant - Market Street
ThompsonThomasReedmaker - Church Square
ThompsonJ.Reedmaker - Church Square
ThompsonMrs.Milliner and Bonnet Shop - Market Street
ThompsonRobertConfectioner - Market Street
TonerBernardWoollendraper and Haberdasher - Market Street
TurkingtonWilliamBaker - High Street
UprichardJamesLawn Manufacturer - Church Square
UprichardMrs.Boarding House - High Street
VanceJohnPublican - Queen Street
WaiteJohnPublican - Market Street
WallaceWilliamSchool Master - William Street
WarrenJohnParish Sexton - Edward Street
Watson & Sons.RobertCambric Handkerchief and Damask Manufacturers - Flush
WatsonJamesGrocer and Hardware Merchant - Market Street
WellsDavidLandstewart to Lord Lurgan - Lake Street
WellsMatthewCambric and Linen Manufacturer - Market Street
WilkinsonJamesManager of the Ulster Railway Station - Union Street
Wilson & Co.JosephLinen Yarn Merchants and Manufacturers - Market Street
WilsonJosephLinen Merchant - William Street
WoodsArthurPlain and Ornamental Stucco Plasterer - North Street
WrightSamuelChandler and Boarding House - Frederick Place
Young & Co.S.Grocers, Wine and Spirit Merchants - Market Street

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