Carnlough, County Antrim

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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A Seaport Village, 40 miles from Belfast.
The industries are limestone and iron ore.
Fairs—10th February, Easter Monday, 12th June, 12th August, 10th October, and 12th December


—J. M'Sparron, postmaster; Miss M'Sparron, assistant postmistress.
Letters from Belfast and the South arrive at 10-10 a.m., 1-40 p.m., and 6-55 p.m.
On Sundays arrive at 10-35 a.m. Letters despatched to Belfast and the South at 5-25 a.m and 3-25 p.m.
Car from Ballymena arrives daily at 11-10 a.m. and returns 2-0 p.m.


Church of Ireland (Ardclinis Parish Church) —Rev. E. M. Harriss, B.D.
Presbyterian Hall—Rev. James Scott, Rev. J. Stevenson, M.A.
Methodist Church—Ministers various
Roman Catholic Chapel—Rev. Jos. Burns, P.P.


Bank—Branch of Belfast Bank; open every Friday at 11 a.m.
National Schools—Daniel Currell and Miss Bratton, teachers
Ballyvaddy National School—Miss Reid, teacher
Knockstacken National School—Miss Orr, teacher
Harphall National School—Charles Magill and Miss Kennedy, teachers; Miss O'Neill and Miss Darragh, assistants; Miss M'Sparron, monitress
Hotel (Londonderry Arms)—D. M'Conaghie, proprietor
Carnlough Lime Co., shippers limestone and lime
Chemicals, Limited—H. J. Towning, cashier
Coastguard Station—R. Ray, commission boatman; J. Lundy, boatman
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths—Dr. Magowan, Glenarm
R.I. Constabulary Station—Sergeant Kane, Constables H. J. Clendinning, Brady, and Magee


Acheson, G., farmer, Bay
Adair, Blayney
Bamford, S., farmer
Benn, J., Effieville
Black, D., farmer, Stoneyhill
Black, D., seaman
Black, D., grocer
Campbell, Mrs., spirit grocery
Connolly Bros., stonemasons
Connelly, C., draper
Conway, J., farmer
Coulter, T.
Craig, A., seaman
Craig, James, farmer, Carifreagh
Craig, J., farmer, Highlandtown
Craig, R., farmer, Gortnacory
Craig, John
Craig, J., carpenter
Craig, Joseph, farmer, Gortnacory
Crawford, A., kelp dealer and farmer
Crawford, J. H., farmer, College
Crawford, W., farmer, Longtown
Crooks, J., farmer and carrier
Currell, Mrs., Unchenagh
Currell, Mrs., grocer
Currie, Alexander, engineer, Whiting Mill
Darragh, D., farmer, Drumnasole
Darragh, John, farmer, Highlandtown
Darragh, Mrs. R.
Delargy, D., farmer
Dempsey, J., carowner
Dinsmore, F., seaman
Doods, J., labourer
Duffin, H., naval pensioner
Dunn, R., carpenter
English, Robert, cashier to Carnlough Lime Co., Holyrood
Foster, James, manager Carnlough Lime Co., Auraville
Foster, James, jun., clerk, Carnlough Lime Co.
Gardiner, Miss, Carnlough
Gaston, A., foreman, quarries
Gaston, Daniel, foreman Tullyotter Quarries
Gibbons, Charles
Gibson, William, carowner
Glass, R.
Graney, D.
Hamill, J., farmer, Gortcarney
Hamill, P., innkeper and auctioneer
Hamill, William, stonemason
Hunter, N., farmer, Sheneghan
Hurl, J., shoemaker
Jackson, Miss, Drumalis
Jamison, Robert, house and property owner
Johnston, Mrs.
Kane, Mrs.
Kane, Mrs. P.
Kennedy, H., refreshment rooms
Kerr, Mrs.
Kilpatrick, J., farmer
Kirkwood, J., innkeeper and cycle manufacturer and district councillor
Lavery, J., farmer, Aughalum
Legg, A., spirit grocer
Logan, T., J.P., New Lodge
Maben, Mrs., Form
Maben, Cowan, farmer and rate collector
Maben, Joseph, farmer, Drumnagh
Magill, J., carpenter and builder
Maguire, Frank, innkeeper
Montgomery, J., fisherman
Montgomery, Mrs. J.
Montgomery, J., enginedriver
Montgomery, R., seaman
Morrow, Mrs.
Morrow, J., farmer, Tullyotter
Morrow, R., farmer
Morrow, Nathaniel, farmer, Scaryhill
Mullan, R., postman
Mulvena, E., farmer, Drumorne
Mulvena, H., farmer, Drumorne
Mulvena, J., farmer
Mulvena, N., farmer
Murray, Mrs., grocer and refreshment rooms
Murray, N., hairdresser
M'Ateer, Alex., shoemaker and tea room
M'Auley, C., farmer, Harphall
M'Auley, J., farmer, Drumorne
M'Auley, C., flesher and district councillor
M'Auley, William C., surfaceman
M'Bride, James
M'Cambridge, H., farmer
M'Cann, M., shoemaker
M'Cart, Captain
M'Caw, David, carpenter
M'Caw, D., ex-sergeant R.I.C.
M'Clarnon, J., blacksmith
M'Clintock, W., farmer. Knock
M'Clure, S., farmer and gamekeeper
M'Fall, J., farmer, Drumorne
M'Galliard, H., Drumnacross
M'Galliard, G., gardener, Garron Tower
M'Galliard, H., Nappan
M'Galliard, Mrs. James, farmer, Gortin
M'Galliard, J., farmer, Burnside
M'Garel, Mrs., Drumcrow
M'Gavock, Captain
M'Gavock, Hugh
M'Gavock, J.
M'Gavock, J., blacksmith
M'Gavock, Miss, grocer
M'Gavock, J.
M'Guicken, Mrs.
M'Ilroy, Mrs., Peeble cottage
M'Kay, Alexander, farmer, Doonan
M'Kay, Hugh, farmer, Gallenagh
M'Kay, H., carpenter, Drummagh
M'Kay, James, farmer
M'Kay, A., grocer and flesher
M'Kay, W. J., corn miller
M'Kearnin, T., farmer, Limnalary
M'Kendry, D., farmer
M'Keown, H., farmer, Stoneyhill
M'Kernin, H., quarryman
M'Killen, Mrs., grocer
M'Kinty, H., Creggan
M'Kinty, J., farmer, Creggan
M'Mullan, D., harbour master
M'Mullan, J., farmer and pilot
M'Mullan, Mrs., The Hollow
M'Mullen, J., grocer, &c., Drumnacole
M'Neill, H. rural district councillor, Loughan
M'Neill, H., farmer, Aughalum
M'Neill, J., seaman
M'Neill, J., Garron Tower gamekeeper
M'Neill, Miss
M'Neill, William, flesher
M'Quillan, Mrs., Cantire view
M'Sparron, J., grocer and postmaster
M'Veigh, John, farmer and gamekeeper, Aughalum
Nicholl, T., grocer and draper
Ogilby, A., foreman limekilns
Ogilby, H., seaman
Omelvena, Alexander, Oscar lodge
Orr, Alexander, foreman blacksmith
Orr, A., fireman
Orr, M., farmer, Knock
O'DonnoIly, D., blacksmith, Mullaghbuoy
O'Donnelly, B., tailor
O'Kane, P., farmer
O'Kane, Hugh, R.I.C.
Rea, A., gamekeeper, Drumnacross
Reid, D., shoemaker and farmer
Reside, James, grocer, draper, & newsagent
Robinson, James, farmer, Doonan
Rodgers, J., farmer, Doonan
Rodgers, J., farmer, Limnalary
Sayers, A., farmer, Redbraes
Semple, J., farmer, Knockstacken
Simpson, James
Smith, J., enginedriver
Smith, J., grocer
Smith, George, kilnman
Stevenson, D., shoemaker
Taggart, J., farmer, Mullagh park
Thompson, A., carowner, Limnalary
Thompson, W., mariner
Toomey, Mrs., Bay
Turnly, John, J.P., Drumnasole house
Walsh, D., grocer
Watt, S., grocer
Welsh, Mrs., grocer
Wilson, Joseph, draper, pilot, and painter
Wilson, Mrs., Unchcnagh
Wilson, A.
Wilson, D., pilot
Wilson, H., farmer, Knock
Wilson, Mark F., J.P., Drumalis
Wilson, J., carpenter
Wilson, J., seaman
Wilson, R., fisherman and boatbuilder
Wilson, William, master mariner
Worthington, W., cardriver
Wright, Charles, farmer, Knowe
Wright, James, farmer, Ballyvady
Wright, John, farmer, Knowe

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