Swanlibar, County Cavan

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

« Strabane | Contents | Templepatrick »


7 miles from Florencecourt Railway Station.
Post Office, with money order and telegraph departments.
Market day, Saturday.
Population, 365


—R. Howie, postmaster.

Letters from all parts of Ireland and England, also Scotland, arrive at 9 a.m., and are despatched at 3-35 p.m. Letters for South of Ireland and England are despatched at 12-0 noon, and arrive at 3-10 p.m.

Magistrates who preside at Petty Sessions—J. M'Caffrey, R. Hatton, R. H. Johnstone, J. Magauran, B. M'Manus, M. M'Govern, and T. M'Govern

Clerk of Petty Sessions for Swanlinbar and Bawnboy District—George Scales, Furnaceland, Swanlinbar
Registrar for Births, Deaths, and Marriages—J. Ambrose, M.B.
Royal Irish Constabulary—Head-Constable Crone, Sergeant Leonard, Constable Rodgers


Church of Ireland—Rev. J. F. Anderson, rector, Swanlinbar
Methodist Church—Rev. F. Hanna, Manse, Swanlinbar; and Mr. W. Knox, evangelist, Knockninney
Roman Catholic Church—Rev. P. O'Reilly, P.P., and Rev. M. M'Tiernan, C.C.


National Schools—Swanlinbar—W. J. Armstrong. Uragh—Male, Fras. Sweeney; female, Miss Drum
Dispensary—Jeremiah Ambrose, M.B.


Ambrose, Dr., Riversdale house
Beacon, Bernard, carpenter
Beacon, Christopher, miller
Bradley, W., national school teacher
Brady, Edward, cooper
Brady, Edward, jun., carpenter, etc.
Brady, Miss M., hotel keeper
Breen, Patrick, spirit dealer and grocer
Brown, William, farmer
Burns, Mrs., grocer, etc.
Burns, Patrick, blacksmith
Burns, Thomas, blacksmith
Cassidy, Michael, postmaster, Drumcask
Clarke, Patrick, publican and draper
Cullon, Hugh
Curry, A., commercial traveller, Gortoral house
Curry, Mrs. E., Gortoral house
Dobbin, Robert, whitesmith, nailer
Dolan, James, stoker
Dolan, P., spirit dealer
Dolan, Patrick, farmer, Drumcask
Dolan, Patrick, Hawkswood
Fee, Bernard, bakery and hardware merchant
Fee, Margaret, grocer
Fee, Owen, baker and grocer
Fogarty, Andrew, pensioner
Fogarty, Thomas
Gallagher, James, cooper and farmer
Gilheaney, Ann, grocer
Gilheaney, M. A., grocer and entertainment
Gilleece, James, J.P., Springtown
Good, Richard, Furnaceland
Hanna, Rev. F., Methodist Manse
Heany, Patrick, stonemason and contractor
Howe, Richard, family grocer, hardware
Hutton, R., J.P., Tircahan lodge
Jackson, Mr., D.I., R.I.C.
Johnston, W. R., solicitor
Kearns, Michael, fowldealer
Kearns, Patrick, fowldealer
Kellher, Thomas, postman
Kerr, James, spirit dealer
Kerr, James, jun., commission agent and spirit dealer
Kerr, John, Furnaceland
Kerr, The Misses, spirit dealers
Kirwin, John, & Sons, boot leather dealers
Maguire, Terence, cardriver
M'Auley, John, butcher
M'Barron, Francis, spirit dealer and grocer
M'Brien, Mick, cardriver
M'Brien, Miss, spirit dealer
M'Caffery, Hugh, grocer and spirit dealer
M'Cafferty, J., J.P., Benview
M'Cafferty, Michael, tailor
M'Creedy, Mr., solicitor
M'Donald, Bernard, postman
M'Gaughran, Terence, housepainter
M'Goldrick, Miss, dressmaker
M'Govern, Bernard, Hawkswood, postman
M'Govern, Charles
M'Govern, G., farmer
M'Govern, James
M'Govern, Mrs. A., draper
M'Govern, Philip, boot and shoemaker
M'Hugh, Mrs., spirit dealer
M'Hugh, James, cardriver
M'Hugh, Mrs., dressmaker
M'Hugh, P., creamery manager
M'Manus, Hugh, tailor
M'Manus, J., boot and shoemaker
M'Steen, Mrs., hotelkeeper and draper
M'Tiernan, Rev. M., C.C.
Nolan, John, grocer
O'Reilly, Rev. Patrick, P.P.
Owens, Mrs. Anne, spirit dealer
Pollock, Thomas, Furnaceland
Prior, Mrs., spirit dealer and draper
Reilly, Peter, spirit dealer
Riley, Frank, cattle-dealer
Ross, John, farmer, Drumcask
Ryan, Patrick, school teacher
Sheils, Mrs. Margaret, hotel, Riverdale
Somerville, William, boot and shoemaker
Storey, Timothy, china and earthenware merchant
Sweeney, Francis, Spa hotel
Trimble, Mrs., draper and grocer
Veitch, Andrew, hotel keeper
Weir, Owen, postman
Whiteside, T., Glan lodge
Willis, Mrs., Trivia house

« Strabane | Contents | Templepatrick »

data-matched-content-rows-num="1" data-matched-content-columns-num="4"