Ballymena, County Antrim

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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General | Alphabetical List | Principal Traders | Street Directory | District Residents | Kells and Connor | Ahoghill | Broughshane

KELLS AND CONNOR

Kells is a village about four miles from Ballymena, and is a station on the Ballymena and Larne Railway

Manufacturies—Old Green Woollen Mills—John Dinsmore, J.P., proprietor. Templemoyle Woollen Mills—F. Dinsmore & Son, proprietors. Dyeing and Finishing Works—Lachlan Arthur, J.P.; John Hanna, G. B. Hanna, Kildrum; John Ross. Linen Weaving Factory—John Ross. Tannybrake Dyeing and Finishing Works—Thomas Fry

Churches—Presbyterian, Rev. J. Cully, B.A.
Dispensary—Dr. James Wilson
National School—James Dalrymple
P.O.—Telephone Call Office—Arrival of Mails and Despatches—8-30, 9-15 a.m.; 2-5, 4-5, 5-15 p.m. Sub-Postmaster—W. Strahan
Police Barracks—Sergeant Halligan
Shopkeepers, Residents, &c.—Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Ingrim, spirit dealer; J. Cathcart, John Cupples, J. Dalrymple, J. Dalrymple, jun.; Mary Devinney, Bella Dinsmore, John T. Graham, Mr. Moody, Mrs. Nicholl, J. Parker, W. Strahan, Thomas Surgenor, John Stevenson, Dr. J. L. Torrens, Mrs. Johnston, S. Mewha, W. H. Rea, spirit dealer; Samuel Mooney, Miss Henry, Samuel Harper, Wm. Adamson, Samuel King, Alexander Lee, R. Gamble

CONNOR

Churches—Church of Ireland, Rev. O. B. Clarke; Presbyterian, Rev. Dr. Colvin
Schools—Parochial School—Mr. J. Logan, principal;
Rev. Mr. Clarke, manager.
Connor National School—Miss Allen
Bank—Belfast Banking Company's Office
Residents—Samuel Allen, J. Dalrymple, M. Campbell, Thos. M'Meekin, John Montgomery, Mrs. M'Dowell, T. M'Dowell, A. M'Ilwain, W. M'Keown, W. Owens, Andrew Kerr, Mrs. Ramsay, spirit

DISTRICT

Appletree—J. Agnew, J. Holden, N. Kisock, J. Nicholl, W. Cussock

Artnagullion—G. Bell. A. Frew, W. Jackson, J. Loughridge, W. Montgomery, T. M'Meekin, G. Wilson, J. Bell

Ballycowan—J. Donnelly, J. C. Angus, S. Hamilton, W. Lake, P. M'Auley, S. M'Dowell

Barnish—J. Allen, J. Bell, sen. and jun; J. Manson, C. Manson, J. Murdock, —— Stirling, R. Wilson, sen. and jun.

Ballymacvea—Thomas Brown, S. Allen, S. Allison, Jane Brownlee, J. Cooper, J. Cupples, D. Curry, R. Nimmon, T. Francey, J. Graham, J. Hyndman, J. Ross, jun.; William Brownlee. Matthew Parker

Carnearney—W. Burke, A. Duncan, J. Gawn, J. D. Gawn, D. Mullan, W. J. Montgomery, J. M'Alonan, T. O'Neill, J. Hay

Castlegore—J. Boyd, Mrs. Boyd, D. Bell, G. Gardiner, W. Houston, S. Houston, John Stephenson, W. Kitchen, J. M'Connell, J. M'Cord, W. W. Wilson, W. Wilson, J. Redmond

Carnaughts—Hugh M'Murran, Robert C. Ross, J. Adair, J. Bailie, Wm. O'Neill, Joseph Kernoghan, H. Carson, W. B. Curry, T. M'Whirter, J. Montgomery

Crevilly valley—M. Boyd, A. Boyd, R. Curry, W. Cussock, D. Dunlop, S. Hanna, John Nicholl, J. Nicholl

Edenvale—R. Armour, J. Calwell, John Carson, James Fisher, J. Kelly, Robert M'Cluney, David M'Neilly, J. Ireland

Forthill—W. J. Barklie, L. Hyndman, W. Hyndman, J. Murdock

Ferniskey—J. Blair, Miss Beggs, R. Brown, J. Brownlees, J. Cooper, A. Knox, Jane M'Afee, R. Francey, J. M'Neilly, R. M'Neilly, J. Cathcart, J. Nimmons, J. Cooper

Galanagh—R. Caldwell, Mrs. Hyndham, T. Ritchie

Gilgad—T. Bell, T. Fry, W. Knox, R. Knox, J. Knox, J. Meban, R. M'Cullough, W. M'Dowell, J. Strain, A. White, J. M'Auley, J. Morton, R. Black J. Gault, P. Gault, W. Knox, James Strain, jun.

Kells—G. J. Dinsmore, S. Dinsmore, Wm. M'Kee, J. Nimmon, J. Stevenson, W. R. Rea, J. Cupples, R. Parker, Hugh Jack, M. Devinney

Kildrum—Agnes Adair, W. G. Boyd, J. Hanna, J. B. Hanna, Thomas Hume, J. Ross, J. Thompson

Lisnawhiggle—W. Cairns, W. H. Dempster (rate collector); J. Sloan, R. Smith, W. Strahan, W. G. Smith, Rev. A. Holmes, J. Gamble, Henry M'Cluney

Lislunan—H. Adair, W. Allen, J. Brown, Isabella Bell, D. Graham, G. Ireland, J. Kelly, Wm. Kelly, S. Mawhinney, Adam M'Ilveen, M. Rock

Maxwellswalls—C. Bryson, D. Montgomery, Wm. Montgomery, Hugh Montgomery, A. Murdock, R. M'Cullough, Mrs. M'Ilhegga, J. Owens, Miss Owens, Mrs. Percy, J. Steen, publican; J. Stevenson, J. Warwick, J. Wilson

Ross—W. J. Hyndman, Mrs. Hyndman, T. Hyndman, W. Hooke, J. Sterling, J. Wilson

Ross Lodge—R. T. Caldwell

Tannaghmore—W. Barr, J. Madden, J. Redmond, J. Redmond

Tannybrake—Wm. Barr, M. Cathcart, Wm. Cathcart, A. Close, H. Kirk, J. Murdock, A. Murray, W. J. M'Meekin, T. Henderson, W. Parker, M. Sloan, Mrs. Wasson, P. Murray, D. Cathcart, M. M'Cord, J. Thompson, Samuel Wasson, Samuel M'Murray

Lower Tannybrake N.S.—D. Blair, Samuel M'Master

Upper Tannybrake N.S.—M. Logan

Tardree—G. Bell, J. Coulter, J. R. Murdock, H. Wilson, R. Wilson, James M'Mullan

Tullynamullan—D. Agnew, J. Allen, D. Carlisle, T. Cupples, Thomas Hill, W. M'Kee, T. M'Neilly, S. Swann, Bryce Dunlop, John, M'Ilroy, N.T.; Samuel Allen, Parker Agnew, Fanny Seymour

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