Castlecaulfield, County Tyrone

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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44 miles from Belfast.


—Telegraph and Money Order and Savings' Bank—Miss Mary Loughran, postmistress.
Letters arrive and are despatched three times daily.


Church of Ireland—Rev. J. R. Sides, A.M., rector
Presbyterian Church—Castlecaulfield, Rev. R. M'Clean, minister; Lower Clenaneese, vacant; Upper Clenaneese, Rev. Thomas Bole, B.A., minister
Methodist Church—Supplied from Dungannon


No. 1 National School, Matthew Devinney, teacher; No. 2 National School, John Manelis, teacher
Men's Christian Association meets each Tuesday evening during session at 7-30, in the Parochial Hall—Rev. J. R. Sides, A.M., president; C. Nash, vice-president
Castlecaulfield Co-operative Agricultural and Dairy Society, Ltd.—S. Wilson, secretary
R.I.C.—Sergeant Drummond in charge


Acheson, D., J.P., manufacturer
Acheson & Smith, linen manufacturers
Agnew Bros., general dealers
Anderson, M., teacher
Ardrey, J., grocer
Bartley, Robert, labourer
Beattie, A., & Co., grocers and druggists
Beatty, Alex.
Bole, Rev. Thomas, B.A.
Bowen, Charles, labourer
Boyd, R. J., retired constable
Bristow, C., gardener, Parkanaur
Bristow, W., land steward
Brown, Major William, J.P., Kilhmadev
Burges, Mrs., Parkanaur
Burrowes, Joseph, farmer
Burrowes, Miss
Burrowes, J., publican
Burrowes, Robert, farmer
Cardwell, Miss
Carroll, Margaret
Carouth, Mrs., farmer
Clark, James W., butcher
Clark, Thomas, butcher
Corry, Daniel, carpenter
Corry, John, carpenter
Courtney, M., grocer
Cush, Edward, farmer
Cush, John, farmer
Daly, John, blacksmith
Daly, Joseph O., cycle maker
Davidson, Mrs., farmer
Davidson, Robert, clerk
Davison, Miss, grocer
Devinney, Matthew, N.S. teacher
Dornan, D., farmer
Evitt, Mrs., millworker
Frizzel, David, factory manager
Gallery, William, tenter
Gillen, John, farmer
Goulden, John
Grimes, John, labourer
Grimes, William, labourer
Hall, Mrs.
Hall, Samuel, farmer
Hall, Thomas, blacksmith
Hall, W., farmer
Hart, Joseph, farmer
Haynes, E., coachman, Parkanaur
Hewton, Mrs., grocer
Holland, B., blacksmith
Hughes, Joseph, farmer
Hughes, Patrick, farmer
Logan, Hugh, postman
Loughran, David, farmer
Loughran, Michael, farmer
Mackle, Rev. M., P.P., Killeshill
Manelis, John, N.S. teacher
Marlow, Henry, builder
Millar, Miss, teacher
Millar, Wm., gamekeeper
Moore, John, labourer
Morrison, Miss, millworker
Moutray, Miss, farmer
Murphy, J., nailor
M'Clean, Rev. Robert
M'Clean, Robert, farmer
M'Cooke & Doherty, tea dealers
M'Court, James, postman
M'Gee, Mrs.
M'Ginn, Thomas, farmer
M'Girr, Mrs.
M'Hugh, James, publican
M'Mullan, P., stonemason
M'Neely, T., carpenter, Parkanaur
Patterson, John, blacksmith and farmer
Patton, Joseph A. (of A. Beattie & Co.)
Powell, William, mill operative
Rea, Thomas, labourer
Reid, Isaac, labourer
Reid, Mrs.
Rowan, John, tenter
Rowan, T., tenter
Sides, Rev. J. R., A.M.
Steenson, James, carpenter
Technay, Mrs.
Tener, George, farmer, Clenaneese Glebe
Tenner, R., publican and farmer
Thornberry, Sydney, postman
Toner, Patrick, farmer
Watson, Campbell, tenter
Wilson, S., schoolteacher and farmer, Kilnaslee
Wilson, W., scutcher

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