Kirkcubbin, County Down

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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KIRKCUBBIN, CO. DOWN

18 miles from Belfast.
Seaport town, chief exports, potatoes.
Population—579

POST OFFICE and Telegraph Office

—John B. Hill, postmaster; Charles Hagans and W. J. M'Mullen, rural postmen; John Sinclair, rural auxiliary postman
Constabulary Station—Sergeant James J. Stafford
Harbour Master—William Gaw
Kirkcubbin Milling Co., Ltd.

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Trinity Church—Rev. George Foster, B.A.
Presbyterian Church—Rev. Samuel Hawthorne
Roman Catholic Church—Rev. John Nolan, P.P., Ballycran
Shamrock Masonic Lodge, No. 354—Alex. Caughey, master
Belfast Bank Agency—Tuesdays and Fair days
Ulster Bank Agency—Tuesdays and Fair days
Kirkistown Orange Hall—John Ennis, master
Orange Hall—William Caughey, master, Rureagh

INHABITANTS

Allen, William, Nunsquarter house
Allen, W. P., J.P., Nunsquarter house
Beckett, Rev. E., rector of Ballyhalbert, Villa, Glastry
Beggs, James, boot and shoe maker
Blackley, Mrs. Anne, publican
Brogan, James, N.S. teacher
Boyd, Hugh, posting establishment
Boyd, James, cycle agent
Boyd, William, posting establishment
Chambers, Miss, The Villa
Calwell, John, posting establishment
Carrick, W. E., Lakeview
Caughey, Alexander, saddler
Close, James, insurance agent
Connor, Hugh, posting establishment
Donnan, Robert, J.P., Kirkcubbin
Dorrian, Hugh, publican, Ship Hotel
Dorrian, P. H., representative for Ferguson's Motor Service
Dorrian, William, spirit merchant
Egan, Lily
Ennis, Thomas H., publican
Filson, David, blacksmith
Fitzsimmons, N., grocer, &c.
Foster, Rev. George, B.A., The Parsonage
Gilmore, Henry, The Quay
Gilmore, Hugh, & Sons, grain and potato merchants
Gilmore, Mrs. Charles, grocer
Gilmore, Mrs. Susan, temperance hotel
Glover, James, N.S. teacher
Hawthorne, Rev. Samuel, The Manse
Houston, Richard B., Rodden's house
Iliff, J. B., draper and grocer
Irwin, W. G., N.S. teacher, Tubber-na-Carrig
Kelly, Miss, newsagent
Layden, P., R.I.C.
Macauley, Matthew, M.D.
Wawhinney, Andrew, butcher
Maxwell, Bros., general merchants
Maxwell, James, M.R.C.V.S., Ballycran
Maxwell, Thomas, draper and grocer
Mermaid (of Mahee Public-House Trust Co.)—Mrs. James Savage, manager
Millar, William, publican
Moore, Miss, milliner
Mularkey, M. R., R.I.C.
M'Carthur, Dr., registrar for births and deaths
M'Carthy, James, druggist
M'Cormack, John, carpenter
M'Curdy. A., R.I.C.
M'Donnell, Thomas, of Russell & M'Donnell, auctioneers
M' Dowell, Andrew, fowl merchant
M'Grath, Hugh, blacksmith
M'Kelvey, Mrs. Margaret, Glastry house
Palmer, Adam, Rock Crest
Rankin, James, Rocklands
Raymond, Miss, N.S. teacher, Balligan
Reid, John, C.B.O.
Savage, Robert, Tubber house
Shaw, Thomas, & Co., Ltd., merchants—John Donnan, manager
Sinclair, Mrs. Robert, grocer
Sinclair, Robert, & Son, butchers
Stewart, James, dealer
Stones, William, carpenter
Trotter, Rev., Methodist minister, Manse, Glastry
Turney, J. D., & Sons, auctioneers and valuers
Wilson, David, tailor
Wilson, James, spirit merchant, Nunsquarter
Workman, Rev. Robert, Rubane house
Young, Samuel, M.P., Innishargie house
Young, William S., Granshaw

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