Buncrana, County Donegal

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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BUNCRANA, CO. DONEGAL

Fourteen miles from Londonderry.
Market Town.
Has a Railway Station and Post Office, with Money Order and Telegraph Departments.
Much frequented in summer for its excellent bathing.
Market days—Tuesday and Friday.
Fairs—Monthly.
Population—1,316

POST OFFICE

—R. Cole, Postmaster

INHABITANTS

Barr, J., tailor
Belfast Banking Co., Ltd., agency; open
on Market and Fair Days only
Best, stationmaster
Boner, B., posting establishment
Bovaird, J., tailor
Callaghan, Bridget, grocer
Callaghan, E., assistant surveyor
Callaghan, M., publican and grocer
Campbell, H., builder and contractor
Carleton, Mrs., draper
Cash, J., grocer, &c.; agent Pearl Life
Assurance Company
Cassidy, Alex., rate collector
Cassidy, Alex., harbour constable
Cassidy, D., postman
Cassidy, H., postman
Cole, Miss, telegraphist
Cole, R., postmaster, stationer, etc.
Cunningham, Wm., Buncrana Steam Bakery
Deery, H., posting establishment
Doherty, B., grocer
Doherty, Denis, relieving officer
Doherty, J., posting establishment
Doherty, James, publican and grocer
Doherty, James, butcher
Doherty, James, clerk of markets
Doherty, John, carpenter
Doherty, John, butcher
Doherty, John, publican and grocer
Doherty, John, jun., tailor
Doherty, Joseph, coal merchant, &c.
Doherty, Michael, leather and hide dealer
Doherty, Owen, grocer
Doherty, Wm., J.P., auctioneer and general dealer
Doherty, Miss Mary, grocer and milliner
Doherty, Sarah, grocer
Donaghy, H., male teacher Cockhill N.S.
Donaghy, P., publican and grocer
Donaghy, Wm., horseshoer
Donaghy, Miss L., telegraphist
Duncan, R., grocer, &c.
Eason & Sons, newsagents
Elkin, H. J., Inland Revenue officer
Farren, B., publican and grocer, auctioneer and posting establishment
Ferguson, James, R.A., County surveyor
Fleming, Mrs., teacher Cockhill N.S.
Friel, J., carrier
Friel, Miss, teacher Buncrana Infant N.S.
Gallagher, D., publican and grocer
Gallagher, Miss, milliner and dressmaker
Gill, D., horseshoer
Gill, William, builder and contractor
Gill, Ann, grocer
Grant, C., publican and grocer
Grant, Owen, saddler
Hegarty, John, publican and grocer
Hibernian Bank, open on Tuesdays
Hughes, Catherine, publican and grocer
Hutton, James, publican and grocer
Hutton, J., builder and contractor
Ingram, chief boatman Coastguards
Jones, J., china and glass dealer
Kane, J., china and glass dealer
Kavanagh, J., grocer
Kavanagh, William, posting establishment
Kelly, James, publican, general dealer
Kelly, T., carrier
Knox., Rev. Thos. C., M.A., rector Church of Ireland
Lee, T., leather and hide dealer
Lindsay, The Misses, milliners and dressmakers
Little, W., teacher Buncrana N.S.
Logan, J., lighthouse keeper
Logan, R., fish dealer
Longwell, Charles, butcher
Longwell, J., butcher
Longwell, William, butcher
Lynch, D., horseshoer and whitesmith
Lynch, B., fish dealer
Lynch, E., posting establishment
Lynch, J., posting establishment
Magee, D., postman
Maguire, Miss, milliner and dressmaker
Moody, Rev. George, Presbyterian church
Moran, Letty, grocer, &c.
Mullally, Mrs., publican and grocer
Murphy, John, & Sons, plasterers
Murphy, Sarah, grocer
M'Carron, John, tailor
M'Carron, J., posting establishment
M'Connell, J., publican, Commercial Hotel
M'Daid, M., publican and grocer
M'Devitt, woollen draper
M'Glinchy, F., grocer
M'Glinchy, F., carpenter
M'Glinchy, M., D.C., publican and grocer, general dealer
M'Ginty, Miss, teacher Ballymacarry Mixed N.S.
M'Gonagle, B., carrier
M'Grath, The Derry House Refreshment Rooms
M'Grory, P., boot and shoe maker
M'Keefey, Rev. P., Roman Catholic Church
M'Kinley, E., grocer
M'Kinnay, D., carpenter
M'Kinney, P., tailor and agent Convoy Woollen Co.
M'Keown, J., postman
M'Laughlin, J., agent Irish Provident Assurance
M'Laughlin, J. J., grocer
M'Laughlin, James, publican and grocer
M'Laughlin, John, grocer, &c., agent Lisbellaw Wool Co.
M'Laughlin, Joseph, boot and shoe maker
M'Laughlin, M., posting establishment
M'Laughlin, M., boot and shoe maker
M'Laughlin, Owen, publican and grocer
M'Loughlin, Miss, milliner and dressmaker
M'Menamin, Rev. Hugh, P.P., Roman Catholic Church
M'Menamin, H., postman
M'Naught, P., boot and shoe maker
M'Naught, P. W., boot and shoe maker
Nelson, Dr. Neil, J.P., dispensary
O'Callaghan, Dr. E., coroner and deputy surveyor, Carndonagh
O'Donnell, J., horseshoer
O'Donnell, Wm. J., spirit grocer
O'Hagan, Mrs., grocer, &c.
O'Kane, Rev. John, Roman Catholic Church
O'Kane, Miss, milliner and dressmaker
O'Kane & M'Devitt, milliners
Park, R. S., grocer
Porter, J., carrier, &c.
Porter, P., publican and grocer
Porter, Margaret, grocer
Quinn, E., head-constable R.I.C.
Shannon & Rutledge, builders & contractors
Sheppard, J., teacher, Lower Fahan N.S.
Swan, Thomas, commissioner for taking affidavits and petty sessions clerk
Swan, Thomas, & Co., millers
The Swilly Hotel Co., Ltd.
Watt, A. A., refreshment rooms of Lough Swilly Railway
Watt & Co., publicans
Wright, Lieutenant
Yeates, H., district inspector R.I.C.

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