Ulster Towns Directory 1910

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

CONTENTS

Aghalee
Annalong
Antrim
Ardara
Ardglass
Armagh
Armoy
Aughnacloy

Bailieborough
Ballinamallard
Ballintoy
Ballybay
Ballybofey
Ballycarry
Ballycastle
Ballyclare
Ballygawley
Ballygowan
Ballymena
Ballymoney
Ballynahinch
Ballyshannon
Ballywalter
Banbridge
Bangor
Bellaghy
Belleek
Belturbet
Benburb
Beragh
Bessbrook
Buncrana
Bushmills

Caledon
Carnlough
Carrickfergus
Carrickmacross
Carrickmore
Castleblayney
Castlecaulfield
Castledawson
Castlederg
Castlerock
Castlewellan
Cavan
Clones
Clogher
Clough (Antrim)
Clough (Down)
Cloughmills
Coleraine
Comber
Cookstown
Cootehill
Crossgar
Crossmaglen
Crumlin
Cullybackey
Cushendall

Desertmartin
Doagh
Donaghadee
Donaghmore
Donegal
Downpatrick
Draperstown
Dromara
Dromore (Down)
Dromore (Tyrone)
Drumquin
Dundrum
Dunfanaghy
Dungannon
Dungiven

Enniskillen

Falcarragh
Fintona
Fivemiletown

Galgorm
Garvagh
Gilford (Down)
Glenarm
Glenavy
Glenties
Gortin
Gracehill
Greyabbey
Groomsport

Hillsborough
Holywood

Irvinestown
Islandmagee

Keady
Kilkeel
Killinchy
Killough
Killybegs
Kilrea
Kirkcubbin

Larne
Laurencetown
Letterkenny
Limavady
Lisbellaw
Lisburn
Lisnaskea
Londonderry
Loughbrickland
Lurgan

Maghera
Magherafelt
Maguiresbridge
Markethill
Martinstown
Milford
Moira
Monaghan
Moneymore
Moorfields
Moville
Moy and District
Muckamore

Newcastle
Newry (Down and Armagh)
Newtownards
Newtowncrommelin
Newtownhamilton
Newtownstewart

Omagh

Pettigo
Pomeroy
Portadown
Portaferry
Portballintrae
Portglenone
Portrush
Portstewart
Poyntzpass

Randalstown
Raphoe
Rasharkin
Rathfriland
Rathmullan
Richhill
Rostrevor

Saintfield
Scarva
Seaforde
Shercock
Sixmilecross
Stewartstown
Strabane
Swanlibar

Templepatrick
Toomebridge
Trillick

Waringstown
Warrenpoint
Whitehead

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