Dundrum, County Down

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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Thirty-four and a-half miles from Belfast.
A Seaport Town, the chief industry being the quarrying of granite.
Market day, Saturday.
Population, 503


—Mrs. Robinson, Postmistress
Mails arrive at 8-0, 11-0 a.m., and 6-20 p.m.; and are despatched at 9-35 a.m., 2-0 and 6-30 p.m. daily
Coastguard Station—A chief boatman and three coastguards
Police Barracks—A sergeant and four constables


Church of Ireland.—St. Donard's Church—Rev. Robert Ford, rector
Methodist Church—Rev. Bertram E. Moran
Roman Catholic Chapel—Rev. J. O'Hara, P.P.


Allen, George, J.P., Mountpanther
Archibald, Miss
Blackwood, David, wine and spirit dealer
Bready, Michael, general merchant, Government portal inspector, income-tax collector, and assurance agent
Callaghan, John
Cardwell, James, sen.
Cardwell, James, jun.
Cochrane, James, Downshire Arms hotel
Cochrane, James, flour and grain merchant
Connor, Elias, sand merchant
Connor, John, bath keeper
Craig, Mrs., Dundrum
Craig, W. J., stationmaster
Cromie, Thomas, M.D., registrar for births and deaths
Cunningham, Francis, stonemason
Curlett, James, stonemason
Davidson, Daniel
Davidson, John, water baliff
Doran, John, grocer
Dove, Joseph Scott, clerk in the East Downshire Steamship Company's office
Downshire, Marquis of, Murlough house
Finnegan, George, sea captain
Flynn & M' Neill, carpenters
Gilmore, James, draper
Gracey, Miss, Dundrum house
Graham, H. A., delf and fancy warehouse
Graham, Thomas H., farmer
Greene, Mrs. Anne
Hagan, Charles, cattle dealer
Hazard, James, saddler
Henessey, E. G., J.P., managing director East Downshire Steamship Company
Hill, Mrs., grocer and draper
Jardine, D. A., contractor
Johnston, Robert, carpenter and builder
Johnston, publican
Jones, James
Kidd, William John, smith
King, William, lighthouse keeper
Leslie, Robert, painter
Lewis, William
Little, Sergeant, R.I.C.
Magee, Thomas, Commercial Hotel
Magowan, John
Maitland, G., sub-agent on the Downshire estate
Morgan, E., grocer
Murray, Mrs., lodging-house
Murray, Mrs. V., district nurse
M'Cann, Hugh, farmer
M'Cann, Mrs., grocer, spirit dealer, and shipowner
M'Cann, Peter, Maghersaul, Dundrum
M'Cann, Thomas, publican
M'Clafferty, John, Castle Vaults
M'Clean, James
M'Clement, Miss, Dundrum
M'Ilroy, Mrs., grocer and drapery warehouse
M'Mullan, John, boarding and lodging-house
M'Mullan, John, jun., shoemaker
Napier, Rev. William, Clough Unitarian Church
Ogle, William, postman
O'Hare, Henry, night watchman B.C.D.R.
Parker, William
Perry, Mrs., The Lodge, Dundrum
Pigott, William Jackson, Manor house
Quinn, William Isaac, clerk
Quinn, Wm., mechanical engineer and grocer
Redmond, George, sand merchant
Ridges, Robert, agent Fennell & Co., flour stores
Robinson, James, farmer
Robinson, Mrs., postmistress
Roberts, L. H., teacher of the Downshire N.S.
Rooney, Hugh C.
Rooney, John
Savage, Mary, spiritgrocer
Scott, John, harbourmaster
Smith, William, public weighmaster
Smyth, David, flour, grain, and potato merchant
Smyth, Henry
Smyth, Michael, ex-R.I.C.
Taylor, Richard, carter
Thompson, Edward
Torney, Hugh, draper
Torney, James, N.S. teacher
Torrens, Mrs., grocer
Trainor, William, tailor
Trohead, A., & Sons, boot and shoe warehouse
Wilcox, Mrs., housekeeper, Murlough

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