Glenties, County Donegal

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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Chief industry, woollen and hosiery.
Market day, Monday.
Fair day, the 12th of each month.
Population about 450

POST OFFICE, Telegraph, and Savings Bank

—Peter Gallagher, Postmaster.
Postmen—Patrick Boyle, Peter Gallagher, Michael Henley, Joseph M'Loone, Denis Phelan
Church of Ireland—Rev. F. Meara
R.C. Chapel —Rev. J. Canon M'Fadden, P.P.; Rev. J. M'Shane, C.C.; Rev. Charles Boyce, C.C.
Schools.—Church of Ireland—Miss Armstrong.
R.C. National (Male)—Mr. Jas. M'Loone, principal. Female, Sisters of Mercy


Anderson, W. H., manager Ulster Bank
Bogle, Joseph, stationmaster
Boyce, Rev. Charles, C.C.
Boyle, John, general carrier
Boyle, Owen, shoemaker
Breslin, James, workhouse master
Brown, James, blacksmith
Buchanan, A., collector of income tax
Byrne, Patrick, merchant tailor
Cannon, Cormick, temperance hotel
Connoghan, James, grocer
Dorlevy, Patrick S., hosiery manufacturer
Dunleavy, The Misses, dressmakers
Early, Dan, carrier
Early, Patrick, blacksmith
Gallagher, Bernard, auctioneer
Gallagher, Neill, Ardlogher
Gallagher, Thady, grocer
Gallagher, Peter, C.P.S., commissioner for affidavits
Gallagher, Patrick, spirit dealer
Gallagher, William, J.P., Castlegoland
Griffen, William, carrier
Hamilton, Lieut.-Colonel W. J. P., J.P., Mossville
Johnston, Major J. H., J.P., Eden
Kearney, Frank, civil engineer
Kelly, John, M.D., J.P., Leterilly
Kelly, Thomas, grocer
Kennedy, A., tailor
Kennedy, Charles, auctioneer
Kennedy, Charles, Kilraine
Kennedy, Patrick, law agent
Magill, D., mason
Magill, Hugh, builder and contractor
Maguire, James, weaver, The Glen
Maguire, Patrick, carpenter
Molloy, James, grocer and posting establishment
Mulherrin Brothers, boot merchants and hosiery manufacturers
Mulhern, James, grocer
Mulloy, John, hotel keeper and baker
M'Devitt, Andrew, leather merchant
M'Devitt, Andy, shoemaker
M'Devitt, Bernard, draper
M'Devitt, Charles, spirit dealer and grocer
M'Devitt, D. & H., woollen and hose manufacturers
M'Devitt, John, & Sons, grocers
M'Devitt, Mary, spirit dealer and grocer
M'Devitt, Mrs.
O'Donnell, Anthony, draper
O'Donnell, John, painter
O'Dnnell, Patrick, hotel
O'Donnell, Peter, process server, Fintown
O'Freil, Rev. Arthur, C.C.
M'Fadden, Rev. J. Canon, P.P., Parochial house
M'Gill, Hugh, auctioneer
M'Hugh, John, spirit dealer
M'Loone Bros., posting establishment and mail car contractors
M'Loone, Hugh, spirit dealer
M'Loone, James, butcher
M'Loone, James, N.S. teacher
M'Loone, J., carpenter
M'Loone, Mary, publican
M'Loone, Mrs. James, dressmaker
M'Loone, Mrs. Rose, grocer
M'Mullan, Thomas, miller
M'Nelis, Dr. J. J., workhouse medical officer
M'Nelis, Michael, clerk of the union
Neil, John, Ulster Bank, Limited
Porter, Major J. Nesbitt, J.P., Ballyeriston house
Quinn, John, draper
Rutledge, Patrick, R.O.
Talbot, A., Dauros Hotel
Tighe, Daniel, woollen manufacturer, The Glen
Ward, Frank, builder

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