Dunfanaghy, County Donegal

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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A Seaside Resort.
Fishing is carried on to a great extent.
Market day, Saturday.
Population, 460


—Miss S. J. Nixon, Postmistress.
Letters arrive at 9-55 a.m. and 4-20 p.m., and are despatched at 7-30 a.m. and 3-55 p.m.; Sundays, arrive at 11-45 a.m., and are despatched at 4-20 p.m.
Magistrates who attend at Petty Sessions—C. F. Stewart, G. B. Butler, R.M.; Daniel M'Veigh, J.P.; John Ramsay, J.P.; Hugh A Law, J. H. B. Murphy, Sir John Olphert, Andrew Wilkinson, Wm. Griffith, and D. Coll
Clerk of Petty Sessions—Thos. A. Ingram
Registrar of Births & Deaths—Dr. M'Grath
Registrar of Marriages—Samuel Henderson


Church of Ireland—-Trinity Church, Dunfanaghy—Rev. J. P. Conerney, B.A., incumbent
Presbyterian Church—Rev. R. M'Cready, B.A.
Roman Catholic—Rev. Hugh Devine, P.P.; Rev. John Cunningham, C.C.
Belfast Bank—James Gracey, manager
National Schools—No. 1—G. Ashe, principal; Miss W. Killen, assistant mistress; No. 2—Edward O'Boyle, teacher
Dunfanaghy Poor Law Union—Clerk, J. Boyle; master, Manus Doogan; matron, Elizabeth Murphy; medical officer, J. J. MacGrath, L.R.C.S.I.


Alcorn, Augustus, farmer, Horn Head
Arnold, W. T., rent office
Baird, Andrew, grocer, Cashelmore
Conerney, Rev. J. P., The Rectory
Cowell, E. W., Myra Glebe
Cunningham, Rev. J., Derryart
Diver, James, contractor and painter
Duffy, James, road contractor
Duffy, Patrick, road contractor
Edgworth, Johnstone, Captain, R.M.
Finegan, L. J., head constable
Forrest, John, farmer, Creenasmear
Friel, James, farmer
Friel, Neal, shoemaker
Furey, James, tailor
Gallagher, Denis, carter
Gallagher, Frank, coachman
Gallagher, Sarah, draper
Gracey, James, Belfast Bank
Greer, George, fisherman
Greer, Tom, fisherman
Griffith, Major, V.S.
Griffith, Miss
Harkin, Rose, merchant, Massinass
Henderson, William
Henderson, William, farmer, Myroe
Hogg, Matthew, hotel keeper
Ingram, T. A., clerk of petty sessions
Irvine, James, farmer, Dunfanaghy
Irvine, John, grocer
Kelso, J. D., merchant's manager
King, Matthew, butcher
Lafferty, Charles, draper
Lafferty, Edward, Faugher
Law, H. A., J.P., M.P., Marble Hill
MacGrath, J. J., L.R.C.S.I., St. Helen's
Mahon, Charles, farmer, Myroe
Minchin, H., ex-head-constable
Moffitt, Joshua, rate-collector, Ballymore
Moore, James, blacksmith
Moore, Mrs. John
Moore, Robert, blacksmith
Murphy, J. H. B., J.P., St. Patrick's, estate agent
Murphy, William, fisherman
M'Elhinney, Mrs., farmer, Rinclevin
M'Fadden, M., J.P., Carrowcannon
M'Gee, Dan., saddler
M'Ginley, D. T., schoolteacher
M'Ginley, John, fish dealer
M'Ginley, Robert, fish dealer
M'Intyre, John, publican
M'Intyre, Patrick, shoemaker
M'Kinley, Andrew, sexton
M'Kinley, Fred., farmer, Horn Head
M'Lean, Hugh, painter
M'Nulty, Edward, shopkeeper
M'Nulty, Miss, dressmaker
M'Veigh, Daniel
Nixon, The Misses, post office
Norris, Thomas Duke, D.I., R.I.C., St. James's
Orr, J. W., bank cashier
O'Donnell, Edward, publican
O'Donnell, James, publican
Olphert, Sir John, D.L., Ballyconnell house
Patterson, Robert, farmer, Rinclevin
Patterson, Thomas, farmer, Myroe
Patterson, Thomas, farmer, Cloonmass
Ramsey, John, draper
Robinson, John, fisherman
Robinson, Robert, caretaker waterworks
Robinson, Robert, fisherman
Robinson, Robert, pilot and fisherman
Robinson, Thomas, publican
Robinson, Tom., fisherman
Staunton, Rev. T. H., Ballymore
Sterritt, J. A., Stewart Arms Hotel
Stewart, Captain C. F., Runclevin
Stewart, Charles, grocer, Faugher
Stewart, C. F., J.P., Horn Head
Taylor, W., ex-colour-sergeant
Thompson, David, farmer, Ballymore
Thompson, Robert, farmer
Walker, Henry, land agent, Ballyconnell
Wason, James, farmer
Weir, farmer, Rose cottage
Weir, Miss Annie

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