Ballyclare, County Antrim

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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BALLYCLARE, CO. ANTRIM
Ten miles from Belfast.
Market town.
Has a Railway Station and Post Office, with Money and Telegraph Departments
Industries—Linen and paper making, bleaching and dyeing
Market day — Tuesday. Every third Wednesday of the month, large cattle market
Fairs—Last Tuesday of January; second Tuesday after 12th May, 12th of July, and 12th of November (noted for its horse fair)
Population (census 1901)—2,066

POST AND TELEGRAPH OFFICE
—Thomas Elder, postmaster.
Letters arrive daily at 7-15 a.m., 10-40 a.m., and 4-10 p.m.; despatched at 8-50 a.m., 12-50 p.m., 4-25 p.m., and 6-0 p.m.
Petty Sessions Clerk—Hugh Hill
Police Barrack—Sergeant Dancy and five constables

PLACES OF WORSHIP
Church of Ireland—Ballyclare, Rev. Samuel T. Nesbitt, rector of St. John's Church, Ballyclare, and Christ Church, Ballynure; Rev. — Scott, curate. Service at 11-30 a.m. and 6-0 p.m.
Presbyterian Church—First Ballyeaston, Rev. W. J. M'Cracken; Second Ballyeaston, Rev. Mr. Brann; Ballynure, Rev. William Kerr; Kilbride, Rev. R. Allison, Ballylinney, Rev. — Kyle; Ballycare, Rev. E. M. Legate. Service at 12 noon and 6-0 p.m.
Congregational Church, Le-Ballyclare—Rev. C. Lynch. Service at 12 noon and 6-0 p.m.
Covenanters' Church—Rev. William Blair. Service at 12 noon
Methodist (New Connexion) Chapel—Rev. — Gibson. Service at 11 a.m. and 6-0 p.m.
Unitarian Church—Rev. W. Fielding. Service at 12 noon
Methodist Church—Rev. — Gibson. Service at 11 a.m. and 6-0 p.m.
Roman Catholic Chapel—Rev. F. Marmion. First Sunday of month service at 9-0 a.m., all other Sundays at 11-30 a.m.; and at 6-0 p.m.

INHABITANTS
Adrian, John, cattle dealer, Ballynure
Agnew, Andrew, Post Office, Ballyeaston
Alexander, James, Ballygallough, road surveyor
Alexander, John, Sizehill
Allison, Rev. Robert, Kilbride
Armstrong, Samuel, Railway terrace, Ballyclare
Bailie, Thomas, teacher
Baird, Francis, spirit dealer
Baird, Robert T. Wilson, Baird's Hotel
Barber, Robert, Greggville cottage
Beatty, Miss, Ballynure
Beggs, D. C., solicitor, Ollar lodge
Beggs, T. & D. C., solicitors
Beggs, William Hugh, builder, Ballyeaston
Bell, Mrs. John, Doagh road
Berry, James, horse dealer and fruiterer
Bingham, Joseph, grocer
Blair, James, Sycamore house, Whitepark
Boyd, Charles, saddler
Boyd, Miss, dressmaker
Boyd, The Misses, grocers
Boyd, T., grocer and shoemaker
Boyd, Thomas, spirit, dealer, Straid
Boyd, W. J., Wilson's row
Brown, Miss, L.L.C.M., teacher of music,
Craig Dufferin cottage, Whitepark
Brown, Mrs., Greggville cottages
Brown, Thomas, teacher of music, Craig
Dufferin cottage, Whitepark
Calvert, S. R.
Cameron, David, printer
Cameron, Mrs. David, grocer
Cannon, Miss, grocer
Carlin, William J., grocer and postman
Carr, Miss, grocer
Carson, Henry, woollen draper
Carson, Samuel, grocer
Caruth, John, plasterer
Cashion, Miss, principal teacher Catholic school
Caton, John, Greggville cottages
Chapman, J. W., manager Northern Bank
Christie, Edward, stationmaster Ballyclare & Larne Railway
Clugston, Samuel
Cole, Charles, nailer
Coleman, T., draper
Connolly, Henry, Glenpark
Corry, Alexander, cabinetmaker
Corry, Samuel, cabinetmaker
Craig, Houston, spirit dealer
Craig, William, Cogry
Creeth, George, plasterer
Creeth, James, agent for sewing machines and sub-sanitary officer
Cross, Abel, Victoria villas, Moss road
Cunningham, Abraham, boot factor and draper
Cunningham, John, draper, outfitting and cycle agent, Blue House, Ballyclare
Dickey, David, B.A., J.P., commissioner for taking affidavits for the superior courts of common law
Dickey, John, farmer, Dickey's Town, Ballyeaston
Elliott, Mrs., Market square
Erskine, Thomas, draper
Ferris, William, N.S. teacher, Ballylinney
Fleming, John, painter and house decorator
Forsythe, John, tailor
Fulton, Mrs., Green road
Gamble, Robert, cattle dealer, Main street
Gault, James, Cogry
Gault, Miss, Clare view cottage, Doagh road
Gault, Mrs. William, Beech hill, Doagh
Girvan, William, publican, Ballynure
Goorley, William, mechanic
Gordon, W. & J., pork and butter merchants and York street and Church lane, Belfast
Graham, John, tailor, North end
Graham, William, The Craigs
Graham, William, flesher, North end
Graham, William, tinsmith and lamplighter
Grange, John, spirit dealer
Grange, W. H., spirit dealer
Grant, William, managing director North of Ireland Paper Mills Co., Ltd.
Gregg, James, chemist and druggist, hardware and general merchant
Griffith, M., flesher, Ballyclare
Haggan, James
Hanley, James, engineer and manufacturer of farming implements, Foundry, Bruslee
Hanley, William, cycle builder, Bruce Mills
Hanna, Thomas, farmer, Rashee
Havern, B., dog trainer, Gateside
Hackney, Thomas, farmer, Thornditch
Henderson, Alan, postman and grocer
Henderson. Mrs. James, woollen draper
Hill, Hugh, clerk of petty sessions, Green road
Hill, James
Hill, James, jeweller and watchmaker
Hill, William
Holmes, Hugh, Millvale, Ballyclare
Horner, Andrew, carpenter, Avondale terrace
Houston, John, painter and glazier, Ballyeaston
Jack, William, Ellen vale terrace
Jackson, James, Skilganaban
Jervis, Thomas, summons server
Johnston, James H., boot merchant
Kennedy, William, jeweller and watchmaker, Ballyclare
Kirkpatrick, John J., J.P., The Green
Knox, David, Hillhead
Laird, Edward, farmer, Milltown
Laird, Joseph, land surveyor and farmer, Milltown
Lawson, John, woollen draper
Legate, Rev. E. M.
Lisle, John, farmer, Thornhill
Lisle, William, farmer, Isle of Man
Logan, Andrew, V.S., Clareview
Logan, Dr.
Lorrimer, A., mechanic
Loughran, William John, Victoria villas
Lowes, Miss
Lyndsay, Isaac, farmer, Lane Ends, Palentine, Doagh
Lyndsay, Miss, Victoria villas
Mackey, Samuel, Green road
Magee, Francis, tailor and draper
Magee, Miss, Rashee road
Magee, Robert, builder, Moss road
Marmion, Rev. T., P.P.
Mewhirter, James
Millar, David, Millar's row, Ballyclare
Millar, Samuel, manufacturer of farming implements, The Foundry
Millar, W. J., blacksmith, Doagh road
Milliken, Mrs. James, Green road
Milliken, Samuel, cattle dealer
Molyneux, John, J.P., Fisherwick, Doagh
Moore, James, shoemaker, Ballylinney, near Ballyclare
Moore, Mrs., dressmaker and milliner
Moore, Thomas, shoemaker
Moore, Wm., boot merchant and shoemaker
Morrison, John, fruiterer
Mullen, John, Craig hill, near Ballyclare
M'Caw, Hugh, grocer, Park street
M'Caw, James, poultry and pig dealer, Ballyeaston
M'Clean, S., grocer
M'Connell, William S., spirit dealer and carrier
M'Cracken, Rev. W. J., Ballyeaston
M'Crea, Robert, coal merchant
M'Crone, Hugh
M'Donald, Alan, Victoria villa, manager,
North of Ireland Paper Mills
M'Dowell, William, coachbuilder, grocer, and Central Hotel
M'Grandlis, W. J., marine dealer
M'Ilroy, William, grocer
M'Keen, William, N.S. teacher
M'Killen, William, mechanical engineer, Green house
M'Kinstry, Nathaniel, draper
M'Kinstry, Thomas, draper
M'Kinstry, T. J., Skilgan, near Ballynure
M'Kinstry, Wm. Jas., farmer, Grahamstown
M'Knight, Samuel, grocer
M'Knight, Thomas, merchant tailor
M'Meekin, Adam, manager Cogry Flax Spinning Co. Post town, Doagh
M'Quitty, Alex., blacksmith
M'Tier, Masonic Arms, Ballyclare
M'William, Dr. W. A., physician and surgeon and medical officer of Ballynure Dispensary
Nicholson, William, agent Prudential Life Assurance Society
Owens, The Misses, Hole stone, Doagh
Park, Andrew, horse dealer, Ballynure
Park, Mrs. W. J., Ballynure, spirit dealer
Park, Richard Dobbs, Ballynure
Park, Richard, farmer and horse dealer, Ballynure
Percy, Miss, dressmaker
Pollock, John, milkserver
Price, Mrs., grocer
Robinson, Miss, grocer
Robinson, Sarah, spirit dealer
Ross, Alexander, Fairview, near Ballyclare
Service, Henry, grocer and spirit dealer
Service, Mrs., grocer
Shannon, Mrs., Green road
Simms, Miss, Ashley gardens
Smyth, Samuel, Ballyhone
Stalker, Robert, Victoria villas
Stephenson, A. King, M.D., medical officer of Doagh Dispensary
Stevenson, James, farmer, Four Mile Burn, Doagh
Stevenson, Joseph, Palentine
Stevenson, Samuel, butcher
Taylor, Frank, manager Springvale Bleach Green, Post town, Doagh
Taylor, William, Victoria villas
Tyney, Samuel, Cogry house, Doagh
Valentine, Miss, boot and fancy warehouse
Wade, Miss, principal female N.S., Beaulagh, near Ballyclare
Walsh, John, draper
Warwick, David, rural postman and grocer, Greenmount terrace, Green road
Warwick, James, draper and hay dealer, Greenmount villa
Warwick, N., grocer and hardware merchant, Moss road, Ballyclare
Whitepark Finishing Co., Whitepark—Mr, Robert Carse, manager
Williams, James, watchmaker and jeweller
Wilson, Mrs. T. L., saddler
Wilson, Park, farmer, Knowhead, Ballyeaston
Wilson, R. J., farmer, Knowhead, Ballyeaston
Woodside, Miss, Skilganaban
Wright, T., bank clerk

CONVEYANCES
Parcels Van—Starts from Belfast at four o'clock p.m. for Ballyclare, Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. Wm. M'Connell starts from Fisher's yard, York lane, and William Milliken, Le-Ballyclare, leaves Ballyclare at 8 a.m. four mornings of the week
Local Registrar for Births and Deaths—Dr. A. K. Stevenson, Ballyclare
Registrar for Marriages—Antrim Union

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