From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910
BERAGH, CO. TYRONE
Fifty-nine and a quarter miles from Belfast.
Has a Railway Station and Post Office, with Money Order and Telegraph Departments.
—Telegraph and Money Order
Office and Savings Bank—Alfred Clarke, Postmaster.
There are three arrivals and despatches of mails daily
R.I.C.—Sergeant M. Sweeney
Great Northern Railway—R. Brown, stationmaster
Dispensary Medical Officer—W. J. Leitch, L.R.C.P. and S.E., L.F.P.S.G.
PLACES OF WORSHIP
Clogherney Parish Church—Rev. J. A. Hunter, A.B., LL.D., rector
Clogherney Presbyterian Church—Rev. J. M. Patterson, minister
Methodist Church—Rev. J. Ritchie, minister
Roman Catholic Church—Rev. P. M'Ardle, P.P.; Rev. J. M. Nelis, C.C.
Beragh N.S. (Male)—John M'Grath, teacher; (female), Mrs. A. J. M'Grath, teacher
Clogherney N.S.—S. Oliver, teacher
Johnston Memorial School—J. Hutton, B.A., principal; Miss A. J. Kidd, assistant
Northern Banking Co., Ltd.—Branch open on market days only—J. G. Buchanan, manager
Beragh Co-operative Agricultural and Dairy Society, Ltd.—Samuel Creighton, manager; J. Hutton, B.A., secretary; Isaac Kydd and R. M'Farland, treasurers
Brackey Co-operative Agricultural and Dairy Society, Ltd.—William M'Allister, manager; Owen Keenan, secretary
Renelley Co-operative Agricultural and Dairy Society, Limited (auxiliary to Beragh Society)—William M'Kee, manager
Moylagh Co-operative Agricultural and Dairy Society, Limited (auxiliary to Beragh Society)—Samuel Fenton, manager
Oat Market—James Fulton, clerk
Pork Market—A. E. Clarke, clerk
Belmore Estate Office—R. C. Brush, J.P., agent, Newcastle, Co. Down; M. Anderson, bailiff
Anderson, M., R.D.C., Donaghaine
Anderson, R. H., draper, boot and shoe dealer
Armstrong, M., dressmaker
Arnold, P., farmer, Coolesker
Beggs, R. J., farmer, Benchran
Boothe, A., grocer
Brown, R., stationmaster
Caldwell, John, farmer
Caldwell, T., farmer
Canavan, James, G.N.R.
Carson, Andrew, rural postman
Clark, M., grocer and newsagent
Clements, J., grocer and publican
Clements, Mrs. I.
Clements, Robert, farmer, Deroar
Clements, R. S., J.P.
Connelly, —, ex-sergeant R.I.C.
Conroy, Thomas farmer and cattle dealer
Conway, Philip, draper
Crawford, James, farmer
Crawford, William, farmer
Cunningham, Alex., farmer
Duross, A., lodging-house keeper
Fenton, William, farmer
Fenton, Wm. A., farmer, Dervaghroy
Fowler, William, Cooley, G.N.R.
Fulton, J. H.
Hall, John, farmer
Hall, John, farmer, Coolesker
Hunter, Rev. J. A., A.B., LL.D.
Johnston, John, farmer, Tattykeeran
Johnston, Joseph, farmer, Tattykeeran
Kerr, F., cattle dealer
Kerr, Joseph, publican
Kidd, Isaac, & Co., grocers, emigration, news, and artificial manure agents
Leitch, W. J., L.R.C.P. and S.E., L.F.P.S.
Leonard, George, publican
Lynn, J., lodging-house keeper and greengrocer
Marshall, Joseph, R.D.C., farmer
Marshall, R., blacksmith
Montague, Joseph, publican
Mullin, Henry, tailor
Murray, James, lodging-house keeper
M'Allister, S., corn and flax mill owner
M'Cance, W., carowner
M'Cann, J., carpenter
M'Cormack, Margaret, farmer, Benchran
M'Crory, W., tailor
M'Crystal, Sarah, grocer and publican
M'Cutcheon, C., butcher
M'Dowell, H., druggist and grocer
M'Farland, A. W., draper, boot and shoe dealer
M'Farland, Duncan, farmer, Redargar
M'Farland, Duncan, farmer, Deroar
M'Garrity, Charles, butcher and greengrocer
M'Grath, J., N.S. teacher
M'Intyre, Wm., postman
Nixon, Maggie, dressmaker
Owens, Henry, J.P., hotel keeper, auctioneer, grocer, baker, and undertaker
Redfern, Benjamin, saddler, Roscavey
Rodgers, Francis, farmer
Rodgers, Matthew, J.P.
Rodgers, S., lodging-house keeper
Roulstone, Joseph, J.P., auctioneer
Smyth, David, mason
Sweeney, M., sergeant R.I.C.
Thompson, Mrs. E.
Thompson, John, farmer
White, John, G.N.R.
FARMERSAnderson, Robert, Killadroy
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