Laurencetown, County Down

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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Chief industry is Bleaching and Damask Weaving.
Population, 90

POST OFFICE, Money Order Office, Savings Bank, etc.—(Sub. under Portadown)—Letters arrive from Portadown at 6-55 a.m., and are despatched at 8-40 a.m. A day mail arrives at 10-20 a.m. from Belfast. Another despatch at 3-25 p.m. The Scotch mail arrives at 7-15 p.m. A night mail is despatched at 8-5 p.m. to Banbridge and Belfast


Parish Church of Tullylish—Rector, Rev. E. A. Myles
Presbyterian Church—Rev. J. Morrison A.M.
Roman Catholic Church—Rev. P. P. Campbell, P.P.; Rev. M'Givern


Bann Male and Female National Schools—-Head master, Francis Armstrong; headmistress, Mrs. Armstrong; assistant teacher, Miss Fealy
Knocknagor National School—Teacher, Miss Connor; assistant, Miss Moore
Milltown National School—Teachers, Mr. Magowan and Miss Moore; assitants, Miss Craig and Miss Hamilton
R. I. Constabulary Station—Sergeant Dalton; constables Carroll, Brady, and Johnston


Armstrong, Francis, The Point
Brown, W., foreman bleacher, Banford works
Campbell, Rev. P. P.
Caughey, Joseph, Bannville terrace
Coates, A., foreman bleacher
Cochrane, John, manager Hazelbank Weaving Company
Davies, J.. Lenaderg house
Deering, Richard, New lane
Dickson, James, stationmaster
Dickson, Thomas, Bellfield
Edgar, John, manager Springvale works
Farrell, Mrs. J., publican, Gilford
Farrell, Mrs. J.
Geoghan, J., Banbridge Foundry
Getgood, R., head clerk Springvale Bleach works
Gibson, John, merchant, The Point
Gregson, Mrs., postmistress, Gilford street
Hewitt, Mrs., Gilford street
Hughes. Edward
Kelso, W. A., Lenaderg
Kennedy, Joseph
Kerr, E., clerk, Springvale Bleach works
Kerr, H., grocer
Law, James, Laurencetown house
Major, Richard, Tullyraine
Molloy, John, china merchant
Moore, Thomas
Morrison, Rev. J., A.M., The Manse
M'Aleavy, Charles, butcher
M'Auley, Mr., Tullylish house
M'Avoy, Richard, shoemaker, The Point
M'Cartney, Isaac, road contractor, Clane
M'Conville, J., butcher, Priesthill
M'Cracken, Samuel, New lane
M'Dowell, Robert, shoemaker, Hallsmill
M'Elroy, D., lapper
M'Kay, Mrs., publican, Bannville terrace
M'Lister, William, publican
Phillips, J., publican, The Point
Rice, Henry, Chapel row
Rogers, G. M., J.P., Hazelbank
Sinton, F. B., Banford house
Smyth, John, Milltown
Smyth, J. B., Hazelbank factory
Stevenson, Miss, draper, Bannville terrace
Teggart, James, carrier, The Point
Uprichard, F., Glenbanna
Uprichard, W. F., Springvale Bleachworks
Whiteside, T. W., watchmaker and jeweller


Alexander, Moses, Tullyraine
Bodel, Francis, Lisnafiffey
Clugston, John, Lisnafiffey
Clugston, R., Lisnafiffey
Farnon, James, Drumnascamph
Farnon, L., Lisnafiffey
Forsythe, Hugh, Tullyraine
Foy, Joshua, Tullyraine
Kerr, J., Drumnascamph
Kerr, Moses, Ballylough
Kerr, W. H., Drumnascamph
Kidd, John, Drumnascamph
Law, William, Coose
Lindsay, James, Drumnascamph
Lockhart, Thomas, J.P., Kernon
M'Evoy, John, Tullyraine
Porter, Mr., Rosehall
Wilson, D., Drumnascamph

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