Maguiresbridge, County Fermanagh

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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Railway Station and Post Office, with Money Order and Telegraph Departments.
Market Day, Wednesday.
Population, 420


—R. Hamilton, Postmaster.
Mails arrive at 7-5 and 9-47 a.m., and are despatched at 1-30 and 5-30 p.m.
Postal Telegraph Office—Maguiresbridge Railway Station


Church of Ireland—Rev. T. Throughton, M.A.
Presbyterian Church—Rev. J. W. Smith
Methodist Church—Mr. Gordon, evangelist
Roman Catholic Church—Rev. J. E. Coyle, C.C.
National School, No. 1—D. G. Irvine and Mrs. Martin, teachers; No. 2—William Moore, teacher; Miss Rankin, assistant teacher
Royal Irish Constabulary—Sergeant Carroll; Constables Holmes, M'Donnell and Rutledge


Allan, Thomas, farmer, Boghill
Armstrong, Henry, sexton Church of Ireland
Armstrong, William H., labourer and caretaker of Parochial Hall
Bogue, J., farmer, Congo
Booth, Thomas, labourer
Boyde, H., farmer, Drumbrouches
Boyle, John, rural messenger
Bullock, F., farmer, Lisadeney
Bussell, Francis, farmer, Drumbad
Caulfield, H., tinsmith
Charters, Thomas, grocer and provision dealer
Collins, Wm., teacher, Littlemont N.S.
Creighton, Wm., rural postman
Delmon, William, boot and shoemaker
Douglas, John, rural postman
Gormley, John, fowl merchant
Gormley, John, Lonsdale Arms Hotel
Graham, A., cattle dealer
Graham, Mrs. John, dressmaker
Graham, R., farmer, Drumgowna
Graham, William, grocer and draper
Graydon, James, farmer, Lisnagole
Great Northern Railway—Mr. Johnston, stationmaster; Mr. M'Cardle, clerk; J. Smith, head porter
Hall, Thomas, contractor, Dresogue
Hall, Francis, farmer, Killycramph
Hamilton, Andrew, shoemaker
Hamilton, Robert, grocer, shipping agent, and newsagent
Hammond, M., Abbey lodge
Hazlett, G., corn and flax mill, Boghill
Henderson, W. G., J.P., Coolcrannell
Heslin, P., police pensioner
Hoey, John A., farmer, Derryree
Hoey, Joseph O'R., clerk of union, Derryree
Howe, J., posting establishment and Railway Hotel
Irvine, C. E. R., solicitor, Drumgoon manor
Irvine, William, D.C., Drumgoon
Irwin, Thomas, farmer, Gledstown
Johnston, James, farmer, Aughnacloy
Keenan, John, Clogher Valley Tramway
Kerr, W., farmer, Corfannon
Laird, Mrs., Maguiresbridge
Law, Miss, Gledstown cottage
Law, Mrs., Gledstown
Liddel, G., farmer, Corrard
Little, Mary E., grocer and delf ware
Lough, Mrs., grocer
Lunny, James, farmer, Garavohill
Lynch, James, farmer, Carrahoney
Lynch, John, farmer, Corranewey
Lynch, Michael, hardware and spirit merchant
Martin, Mrs., dressmaker
Martin, Mrs., N.S. teacher
Martin, Thomas, farmer, Gledstown
Matthews, Mrs., Holymount house
Moffitt, Andrew, farmer, Leobaly
Moore, William, farmer, Drumbadbeg
Moore, G., farmer, Couranghanall
Monaghan, John, Railway cottage
Morrison, James, farmer and flax mills, Tully
Morrison, William, farmer, Coolane
Mulligan, John, carpenter and farmer
Murphy, James, J.P., Maguiresbridge
M'Alear, Mrs., lodgings
M'Clintock, Robert, farmer, Leobaly
M'Cullough, John, hardware and draper
Naan, Francis, baker and grocer
Noble, Mark, farmer, Killycramph
Orr & Co., grocers
Parkinson, W. D., merchant
Perry, Mark, farmer, Lisnagole
Rainbird, Miss, dressmaker
Rambird, William, carpenter
Robinson, John, farmer, Lisnagole
Robinson, William, farmer, Whitepark
Shaw, Robert, farmer, Lisaderney
Thompson, Johnston, stonemason
Thompson, J. A., M.D.
Traynor, Francis, labourer and lamplighter
Trotter, John, Gledstown
Wilkinson, Richard, ex-sergt. R.I.C., Gledstown
Wilson, E., farmer, Drumbrouches
Wilson, E., assistant county surveyor

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