Annalong, County Down

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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Five miles from Newcastle.
Industries - Granite Quarrying and Fishing.
Harbour, commodious.
Population, 301.

- William M'Math, Postmaster.
Letters delivered in town by postman at 8 a.m. and 12.40 p.m.
The rural delivery of letters commences at 8 a.m. to the Townlands of Mullertown and Glassdrummond.
Mails arrive from Newry at 8 a.m.; despatched from Annalong at 10.30 a.m.; arrive at Annalong at 12.45 p.m.; Mail despatched for Newry at 10.30 a.m. and 5.15 p.m.; and Inland Revenue Office.
R. I. Constabulary Barrack - Sergeant R. Dinsmore and three constables

Church of Ireland - Rev. J. Quinn, M.A. (rector), Rural Dean
Presbyterian Church - Rev. David Hadden
Methodist Church - Rev. W. Maguire and Rev. C. Baskin
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. R. Murphy, P.P., and Rev. G. M'Kay, C.C.

Agnew, Samuel, farmer
Andrews, Captain, The Anchorage
Annett, Hugh, fowl dealer
Annett, James, Brackney
Annett, James, farmer, Moneydarraghbeg
Annett, Robert, shoemaker
Annett, W., farmer, Blackrock
Annett, William, publican, Ballymartin
Atkinson, Arthur, farmer, Ballymartin
Atkinson, Maxwell, Mullertown house
Belfast Banking Co., Limited - Office open every Tuesday, 12 to 2 p.m.
Bell, R., grocer
Black, T., Waterworks lodge
Brown, G. Herbert, The Hut
Brown, Mrs., The House
Burden, James, farmer, Glassdrummond
Campbell, James, & Sons, tailors
Campbell, John, Glassdrummond
Campbell, J., & Sons, tailors, Ballymartin
Campbell, Marshall, stonemason
Caren, Captain Henry
Caren, James, grocer
Carr, J. J., farmer, Glassdrummond
Carr, Miss H., sewing agent, Glassdrummond
Caulfield, R., tailor
Carvin, S., nurse
Chambers, Captain H.
Chambers, Captain William
Connor, John, shipcarpenter
Connor, Mrs., Temperance Hotel
Cooper, John, farmer
Cooper, William, grocer, Mullertown
Cougherty, William, C.G. station officer
Cousins, Francis, grocer, Moneydara
Cousins, Hugh, grocer
Cousins, Robert, house carpenter
Cowden, R., egg merchant, Ballymartin
Cromwell, Samuel, farmer, Glassdrummond
Croskery, F., farmer
Crothers, Nathaniel, National School teacher
Crutchley, Hugh, coal merchant
Crutchley, William, baker, Ballyvea
Cunningham, Charles, fish merchant
Cunningham, Nicholas, fowl dealer
Curran, Thomas, fish dealer, Glassdrummond
Dolan, Miss, Roslyn
Donnan, Mrs., grocer
Doran, James, farmer, Ballyrea
Doran, Maggie, grocer
Doran, William, Longstone
Edgar, John, farmer, Mullertown
Fisher, J. M., Seaside house
Flanagan, M., grocer
Gibney, Alexander, 2 Marieville
Gibney, William, publican
Gibney, William, 1 Marieville
Gibson, John, farmer, Mullertown
Gordon, Alex., jun., Press correspondent
Gordon, Alex., stonemason
Gordon, Alex., & Son, general merchants
Gordon, A., Bay view
Gordon, A., jun., reporter
Gordon, Dr., Gordonville
Gordon, James, butcher
Gordon, John, harbourmaster
Gordon, John, & Son, general merchants
Gordon, Mrs., teacher, Mullertown cottage
Gordon, Mrs. A., grocer
Gordon, Mrs. M. E., refreshments
Gordon, Robert, farmer, Mullertown
Gordon, Robert, farmer, Quarter road
Gordon, R., Roslyn terrace
Gordon, Samuel, pilot
Gordon, W., general draper and spirit merct.
Gordon, W. J., sexton
Gordon & Co., drapers
Gordon & M'Burney, granite merchants
Hadden, Rev. Mr., The Manse
Hamilton, Abraham, general merchant
Hamilton, A., & Son, Annalong Steam Mills
Hamilton, Robert, O'Rork's park
Hamilton, Samuel, farmer
Hanna, L., grocer,
Haugh, Charles, farmer, Ballyvea
Haughain, Daniel, farmer, Ballyvea
Herbert, Edward, pensioner
Henry, J., Brackney hall
Hill, Robert, Australian house
Hunter, D., school teacher
Irvine, Edward, farmer, Ballyvea
Jardine, D. A., contractor
Jones, George, monumental works
Jones, William, stonemason
Kearney, Captain John
Kelso, James, farmer
Kelly, F. J., spirit merchant, Mullertown
Kertland, Miss F., Benavon lodge
Kernaghan, Captain John
Ketterson, Captain A.
Killen, B., blacksmith
Linton, John, general merchant
Linton, John, jun., grocer and general merchant
Little, James, farmer
Lot, Smye, pensioner, Annalong
Maginn, John, granite merchant, Glassdrummond
Maginn, J. S., stone merchant, Mullertown
Matthews, R., farmer, Moneydarraghbeg
Mayhew, George, boot and shoemaker
Mayhew, L., grocer
Minnis, Nicholas, farmer, Brackney
Mitchell, J., school teacher, Ballymartin
Moore, D., grocer, Ballymartin
Moore, John, farmer, Ballyvea
Moore, Joseph, farmer, Moneydara
Murphy, Rev. J. R., Parochial house, Glassdrummond, Annalong
M'Burney, Captain Charles
M'Burney, James, Kilhorne
M'Burney, John, baker
M'Burney, Thomas, farmer
M'Burney, William, collector
M'Cann, E., blacksmith, Ballyvea
M'Cartan, Henry, fowl dealer
M'Carten, Henry, shoemaker
M'Cormack, John, grocer, Ballymartin
M'Cormick, John, farmer, Moneydarraghbeg
M'Cormick, Robert, posting establishment
M'Cormick, R., farmer, Moneydarraghmore
M'Cracken, Hugh, farmer
M'Cracken, T., farmer, Mullertown
M'Crumb, John, school teacher
M'Cullough, John, sexton
M'Cullough, Mary, grocer, Moneydara
M'Cullough, Samuel, farmer, Mullertown
M'Dowell, John, farmer
M'Dowell, Robert, grocer
M'Ginn, James, saddler
M'Ginn, J. S., granite merchant, Mullertown
M'Veigh, school teacher, Moneydara
M'Kay, Rev. G., C.C., Ballymartin
M'Kee, Mrs., school teacher, Ballyvea
M'Kibbin, A., Riverside
M'Kibbin, Henry, butcher
M'Kibbin, J., monumental works
M'Kibbin, J., grocer
M'Kibbin, Mrs., publican, Ballymartin
M'Kibbin, William, cattle dealer
M'Kibbin, W. J., farmer, Hill house
M'Knight, Andrew, posting establishment
M'Knight, Andrew, egg merchant
M'Knight, John, farmer, Moneydara
M'Knight, Mrs., draper
M'Knight, Robert, farmer
M'Math, Miss B., confectionery
M'Math, William, post office
M'Neilly, H.
M'Neilly, Joseph, Glassdrummond house
M'Veigh, J., farmer, Glassdrummond
M'Veigh, Miss, grocer
Newell & Co., drapers
Newell, John, farmer, Moneydarraghmore
Newell, Miss, dressmaker
Newell, William, Glassdrummond
Newell, Wm., farmer, Moneydarraghmore
Norris, Allan, carpenter
Nugent, George, grocer, Ballyvea
Nugent, F., hairdresser and cycle agent
Nugent, Samuel, farmer
O'Hare, P., egg merchant
O'Neill, John, Glassdrummond
Orr, Edward, merchant, Ballyveamore
Orr, John, Alpha, Annalong
Orr, John, cattle dealer
Orr, Joseph, coal merchant, Ballyvea
Orr, Miss, china and fancy warehouse
Orr, Samuel, grocer, Ballymartin
Orr, W., flesher
Perry, Samuel, farmer, Ballymartin
Phillis, John Gordon, grocer
Pierce, J., farmer
Pollin, J., farmer, Glassdrummond
Porter, Mrs., grocer, Glassdrummond
Pue, A., grocer, Stoneycroft
Pue, A., farmer
Purdy, James, Ash Farm
Purdy, John, blacksmith
Purdy, Mr. and Mrs., school teachers, Kilhorne
Purdy, W., Roslyn cottage
Quin, Henry, cattle dealer, Brackney
Quin, John, mountain herd
Quin, Rev. J., Kilhorne Rectory
Rahilly, J., school teacher, Moneydara
Reilly, Francis, farmer, Moneydarraghbeg
Rice, Hugh, carpenter
Robinson, Alex., general merchant
Robinson, Andrew, grocer, Mullertown
Robinson, A., Seaview
Robinson, Samuel, Lurgan house
Rodgers, Mrs., grocer, Moneydara
Rogers, Wm., fish buyer, Glassdrummond
Rooney, Daniel, farmer, Mullertown
Russel, C., grocer
Russell, Mrs., grocer, Mullertown
Russell, R., Clash bridge
Russell, William, farmer
Savage, J., farmer, Glassdrummond
Scott, Alfred, butcher
Scott, Duncan, boat builder
Skillen, R., grocer, Glassdrummond
Skillen, W., farmer, Ballyvea
Smith, John, farmer, Glassdrummond
Smith, P., Reese Farm
Smith, William, bailiff, Dunnywater
Stevenson, H., farmer, Ballymartin
Stewart, James, grocer
Thompson, J., Glassdrummond cottage
Trainor, Miss, school teacher, Mullertown
Trainor, P., school teacher
Wallace, James, farmer, Glassdrummond
White, James, grocer
Willis, F. W., Glassdrummond, and 50 Thurloe square, South Kensington, London
Young, Adam, farmer, Ballyvea
Young, J., fish merchant
Young, William, farmer

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