Crossmaglen, County Armagh

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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CROSSMAGLEN, CO. ARMAGH

Market days are held on Wednesday and Friday, and a large Fair on the first Friday of each month.
Population, 771

POST AND TELEGRAPH OFFICE

—Hugh Corr, postmaster.
Mails arrive from Dundalk at 7 and 9 a.m.; and from Castleblayney at 8 a.m.
Despatched to Dundalk at 10-15 a.m. and 7-15 p.m.

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland—Rev. Samuel Mayse, rector.
Presbyterian Church—Rev. R. R. Morrison
Roman Catholic Church—Rev. P. Sheeran, P.P.; Revs. F. M'Neice, C.C., and M. Kerr, C.C.

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Dispensary—William S. M'Bride, M.D., medical officer
Belfast Banking Co., Ltd.—S. B. Savage, manager; William J. Smith, cashier
Hibernian Bank, Ltd.—(Fridays and Saturdays)—J. J. Flynn, manager
Land Agents & Solicitors—Corr & O'Connor, The Square
Registrar for Births, Marriages and Deaths—W. S. M'Bride, M.D.
R.I.C.—Sergeant Martin Feeney

INHABITANTS

Bagley, James, leather dealer
Boyle, James, J.P., retired head constable, Monagilla
Boyle, John, draper
Bray, James, greengrocer
Brown, Samuel, courtkeeper and carpenter
Caraher, Bernard, merchant, Silverbridge
Caraher, Patrick, spirit grocer, Annamar
Connally, James, J.P., Rassan
Connolly, P., cabinetmaker
Corr, Hugh, J.P., general merchant
Corr, William R., solicitor, Urker
Coyne, Catherine, draper
Coyne, James, draper
Craig, Richard, publican
Cumiskey, Patrick, horsedealer, Tray
Cunningham, Patrick, merchant, Culloville
Curran, John, draper and lace merchant
Donaldson, John, farmer, Kiltyban
Donaldson, Mrs. Susan, lace merchant, Urker
Donaldson, William, farmer, Clohog
Donnelly, Mrs., lodging house
Drysdale, Rev. R. R., Creggan Manse
Duffy, James, general merchant
Early, Patrick, tailor
Fee, Patrick, school teacher, Cregganduff
Feeney, Martin, Sergeant R.I.C.
Fitzpatrick, Patrick, saddler
Gilmore, E., J.P., Lisgalgot house
Grant, Michael, posting establishment
Green, Patrick, sheriff's bailiff
Gogarty, Rev. F., C.C., Cullyhanna
Griffin, Mrs., Ulster lodge
Hale, James, farmer, Liseragh
Hale, William, farmer, Liseragh
Hanratty, James, J.P., linen draper
Hanratty, Mary, grocer and publican
Hanratty, Patrick, publican
Hanna, Crozier, farmer, Lake view
Hannon, John, newsagent
Hearty, Edward, Mounthill house
Hearty, Felix, schoolmaster
Hearty, Michael, law clerk
Hughes, Mrs., publican and grocer, Cullyhanna
Jackson, Sir T., Urker lodge and London
Kearney, James, publican
Keenan, Mrs. Bridget
Kelly, Hugh, tailor
Kerley, Rev. Peter, P.P., Cullyhanna
Kernan, J., posting establishment
Kerr, Rev. M., C.C., Parochial house
Kieran, Patrick, grocer
Lennon, Catherine, hotel keeper
Loye, John, fowl dealer
Marmion. Peter, billposter
Martin, John, egg merchant
Martin, John, cattle dealer
Martin, Margaret, publican
Martin, Patrick, fowl dealer
Mayse, Rev. Samuel, Creggan glebe
Morgan, James, blacksmith
Morris, Hugh, merchant
Murphy, Denis, butcher
Murtagh, Luke, publican and grocer
M'Alister, Thomas, shoemaker
M'Allister, James, bootmaker
M'Allister, John, bootmaker
M'Aneany, John, grocer and posting establishment
M'Ardle, Annie, hotel
M'Ardle, Edward, blacksmith
M'Ardle, Francis, rabbit, poultry, and feather exporter
M'Ardle, Jane, grocer
M'Ardle, John, fowl dealer
M'Ardle, Michael, publican, grocer, and auctioneer
M'Ardle, Philip, fowl dealer
M'Birney, G. A., Sytrim house
M'Bride, William S., M.D.
M'Clean, William S., farmer, Clohogue
M'Conville, Miss, school teacher
M'Conville, Patrick, J.P., flax mill owner and general merchant
M'Cormick, John, merchant
M'Cusker, Joseph, barber, The Square
M'Entee, John, blacksmith
M'Entee, Patrick, butcher
M'Eneny, John, posting establishment
M'Evoy, Michael J., publican
M'Geeney, Patrick, cattle dealer, Cornona
M'Geeny, James, J.P., publican and grocer, Cullyhanna
M'Geough, James, grocer and hardware merchant
M'Keown, Felix, foreman
M'Keown, Mary J., publican, Creggan
M'Keown, Miss, school teacher
M'Namee, Kate, lace merchant, The Square
M'Neece, Rev. F., C.C., Parochial house
M'Quillen, Annie, lace merchant
M'Quillen, John, butcher
M'Quillen, Maggie, lace merchant
M'Shane, Patrick, schoolteacher, Courtbaw
M'Shane, Patrick, farmer, Liseragh
M'Shane, The Misses M. & E., drapers
Neill, Mary, dispensary keeper
O'Conor, John, solicitor
O'Donnell, James, ex-sergeant R.I.C.
O'Donnell, James, publican
O'Neill, Francis, grocer
Patton, William, schoolmaster
Quigley, Michael, school master
Rocks, Jane, school teacher
Rothwell, William, creamery manager
Savage, S. B., bank manager
Sheeran Rev. Peter, P.P., Parochial House
Short, James, publican and grocer
Smith, William J., bank clerk
Speers, William, farmer, Cullyanna
Tiernan, P., school teacher
Treanor, Owen, publican and auctioneer
Tumelty, Owen
Ward, Owen, publican and bailiff
Watters, James, merchant, Culloville

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