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When Thomas Bradshaw published his Directory in 1820 he wrote that it contained an alphabetical list of the merchants, manufacturers and inhabitants of the towns of Newry, Armagh, Dungannon, Portadown, Tandragee, Lurgan, Waringstown, Banbridge,Warrenpoint, Rostrevor, Kilkeel and Rathfriland. Listed below are all the entries for Armagh city. Although it is, a useful early source of information it is far from a comprehensive one. This is borne out when we read in Stuart's memoirs that a census of the city in 1817 estimated the population at 7010 which isn't reflected in the list of only 620 names here

http://www.asaz58.dsl.pipex.com/brad.htm
My idiosyncratic notes relate to what I am learning about connections of any of these people to members of our family.

Sharon Oddie Brown. June 23, 2008

 

Bradshaw's 1819 Directory for Armagh City

 

 

Surname

1st Name

Occupation

Address

My notes

Abbot

Richard

Nailer

Barrack Street

 

Adams

John

Haberdasher

English Street

 

Allen

John

Attorney's Clerk

English Street

 

Allot

Richard Rev

Librarian

Abbey Street

 

Anderson

Catherine

Jeweller

Scotch Street

 

Anderson

John

Carpenter

Market Street

 

Andrews

William

Publican Linen Draper

Scotch Street

 

Appleby

Thomas

Licensed Conveyancer

Abbey Street

 

Mrs

Arbuthnot

Vicar's Hill

 

 

Armstrong

William

Land Surveyor

English Street

 

Armstrong

Henry

Officer of Excise

Abbey Street

 

Armstrong

James

Solicitor

Abbey Street

 

Ashe

John

Scrivener

Courthouse

 

Atkinson

Edward

Doctor

English Street

 

Baggot

Michael

Clothes dealer

Castle Street

 

Baker

Charles

Thread Lace Manufacturer

English Street

 

Ball

William Rev

Rector of Dungannon Curate of Armagh Surrogate of Diocess

English Street

 

Ballentine

Alexander

Wheelwright

Callan

An Elizabeth BALLANTINE was born at Bellaghy, Parish of Eglish Abt 1805 & married William OLIVER of Ennislare.

Bambrick

William

Saddler Harness Maker

Scotch Street

 

Barns

John

Tanner

Scotch Street

 

Barns

William

Tanner

Scotch Street

 

Barr

Frances

Seminary

for Young Ladies

 

Barret

Edward

Bootmaker

Thomas Street

 

Baxter

Robert

Carpenter

Abbey Street

 

Baxter

Moses

Tinman

Irish Street

 

Beatty

James

Baker

Scotch Street

 

Beatty

David

Land Steward English Street To his Grace the Lord Primate

 

 

Beggs

William

N&G

College Street

 

Beggs

William

 

Barrack Street

 

Bell

Matthew

Flour Merchant

English Street

I do not know if he is related to the Matthew BELL, father of James Crooks  & Thomas BELL. SEE also: Royal School Register.

Bell

John

Landscape Painter

Thomas Street

 

Bell

John

Publican

Scotch Street Carman's Inn

 

Bell

James T

Solicitor

Scotch Street

 

Bennet

Henry

Tanner

English Street

 

Bennet

James

Grocer Spirit Dealer

Market Street

 

Bently

Mr

Palace

 

 

Blair

Francis

Wheelwright

Thomas Street

 

Blair

Francis

Wheelwright

Thomas Street

 

Blair

Robert

Whitesmith

Irish Street

 AKA Tinsmith

Blair

William

Carpenter

Abbey Street

 

Blakely

David

N&G

Abbey Street

 

Bolton

Abigail

Postmistress

Scotch Street

 

Boyd

William

Grocer

Thomas Street

 

Boyd

Mary

Miss

Abbey Street

 

Boyd

Ann

Mrs

English Street

 

Boyd

Matthew

Thread Manufacturer Coal Merchant Iron Merchant

Thomas Street

 

Boyd

Joseph

Carpenter

Charter School Lane

 

Boyd

Samuel

Reed Maker

Barrack Street

 

Boyle

John

Shoe maker

Thomas Street

 

Bradley

James

Grocer

Thomas Street

 

Brady

William

Bootmaker Shoe maker

College Street

 

Brawley

James

Schoolmaster

Irish Street

 

Brennan

William

Skinner

English Street

 

Bright

Ann

Confectioner

Thomas Street

 

Bright

Samuel

Confectioner

English Street

 

Brocas

William

Preceptor of Music

English Street

 

Brothers

Thomas

 

Market Street

 

Brown

William

Merchant

English Street

 

Brown

John

Publican Duke of Wellington

Scotch Street

 

Brown

John

Town Sergeant

Callan Street

 

Brown

John

Saddler Harness Maker

Thomas Street

 

Byers

John

Belfast Coachman

Scotch Street

 

Byrne

George

Gardner

Dobbin Street

 

Byrne

Henry

Publican

Thomas Street

 

Byrne

Catherine

Mrs

Scotch Street

 

Caldwell

Johnston

Accountant

English Street

 

Caldwell

C&T

Grocer

English Street

 

Caldwell

Elizabeth

Publican

English Street

 

Callaghan

Owen

Leather Seller

Market Street

 

Callaghan

Terence

Brogue-maker

Irish Street

 

Calter

Eliza

Publican

Irish Street

 

Campbell

Edward

Carpenter

English Street

 

Campbell

Thomas

 

Abbey Street

 

Campbell

James

Doctor

Vicar's Hill

 

Campbell

Henry Rev

Parish Priest Vicar General of the District

Abbey Street

 

Campbell

Florence

Cooper

Jenny's Row

 

Campbell

Jane

Mrs

Vicar's Hill

 

Campbell

William

Grocer Tobacconist

Scotch Street

 

Carlow

Margaret

Publican

Market Street

 

Carlow

Margaret

Straw Bonnet Manufacturer

Barrack Street

 

Carpendale

Jane

Mrs

English Street

 

Carroll

William

Grocer Spirit Merchant

English Street

 

Carroll

Richard

Gardener

Abbey Street

 

Cassidy

William

Hatter

Charter School Lane

 

Cavanagh

Charles

Grocer

Irish Street

 

Christian

Christopher

Hosier Haberdasher

Thomas Street

 

Christy

Peter

maker

Scotch Street

 

Clark

Archibald

Tailor

Dobbin Street

 

Clegg

Francis

Blacksmith

Barrack Street

 

Cleland

JohnRev

Rector of Drumbanagher

Abbey Street

 

Clore

James

Haberdasher

English Street

 

Close

Bernard

Haberdasher

English Street

 

Cochran

Robert (Jun)

Grocer Spirit Merchant

English Street

 

Cochran

Robert

Grocer Soap-boiler Tallow Chandler

English Street

 

Cochran

John

Professor of Music Professor of Sacred Music

 

Barrack Street

 

Cochran

Sarah

Mrs

English Street

 

Colclough

Maria

Baker Dressmaker

Barrack Street

 

Coleman

Peter Rev

RCP

Castle Street

 

Coleman

John

Carpenter

Callan Street

 

Collins

James

Clothes Dealer

Church Lane

 

Colven

Philip

 

English Street

 

Colven

John

Baker

Scotch Street

 

Colven

John (jun)

Surgeon

Scotch Street

 

Conlin

Henry

Tailor

English Street

 

Connolly

Edward

Yarn Merchant

Thomas Street

 

Connolly

Patrick

Gardner

Charter School Lane

 

Connor

Margaret

Publican Black Bull

Barrack Street

 

Convill

Anthony

Farmer

Church Lane

 

Conway

Robert

Carpenter

English Street

 

Corr

Felix

Huxter

Castle Street

 

Corran

John

Shoe maker

Chapel Lane

 

Corrigan

Meredith

Haberdasher

Market Street

 

Corrigan

James

Haberdasher

Market Street

 

Corry

Barbara

Mrs

English Street

 

Corry

James

Pedler

English Street

 

Corry

George

Woollen Draper Spirit Dealer

Market Street

 

Corven

Edward sen

 

English Street

 

Corven

Patrick

Grocer

English Street

 

Cosgrave

James

Gardener

Castle Street

 

Cosgrove

Mark

Cooper

English Street

 

Coyle

Paul

Tailor

Castle Street

 

Craig

Samuel

Wholesale and Retail Ironmonger Hardware Merchant

Scotch Street

 

Crammer

Mary

Clothes Dealer

Castle Street

 

Crawley

 

Saddler

Thomas Street

 

Creely

James

Huxter

Castle Street

 

Crummy

Edward

Carpenter

Castle Street

 

Crummy

Neal

Grocer Leather Seller

Castle Street

 

Cullen

Bernard

Blacksmith

Irish Street

 

Cullen

John

Clock and Watchmaker

Thomas Street

 

Cully

John

Pawnbroker Commision Agent

Barrack Street

 

Cumming

Elizabeth

Mrs

Abbey Street

 

Dalzell

Richardson

Leather Seller

Market Street

 

Dalzell

Nathaniel

 

Barrack Street

 

Darlington

Richard

Steward to Lord Lifford

Tulladegny

 

Davis

Walter

Baker

Barrack Street

 

Davis

John

Meal-dealer

Dobbin Street

 

Dawson

Henry

Gardener

Callan Street

 

Delany

Peter

Millwright

Castle Street

 

Devall

Joseph

Hairdressor

English Street

 

Devlin

Patrick

Grocer Publican

English Street

 

Devlin

Owen

Publican

English Street

 

Devlin

Arthur

Mason

English Street

 

Dickson

Jeremiah

Sir

English Street Seven Houses

 

Dickson

Elizabeth

Publican

Scotch Street

 

Dobbin

Leonard Esq

 

Scotch Street

He figures in many OLIVER leases.

Dobbin

Leonard (jun)

Solicitor

English Street Seven Houses

 

Donaghy

Peter

Shoe maker

Primrose Lane

 

Donnelly

Thomas

Tailor

Barrack Street

 

Donnelly

Patrick

Miller

Chapel Lane

 

Donnelly

Peter

Huxter

English Street

 

Donnelly

James

Publican

English Street

 

Donnelly

Hugh

Tailor

Thomas Street

 

Donnelly

Daniel

Clock and Watchmaker

English Street

 

Donnelly

Terence

Flaxdresser

Abbey Street

 

Donnelly

Thomas

Land Surveyor

English Street

 

Doon

Arthur

Shoemaker

Irish Street

 

Dougherty

John

Whitesmith

Abbey Lane

 AKA Tinsmith

Dowd

John

Nailer

Abbey Street

 

Dowd

James

Shoe maker

English Street

 

Dowd

Lawerence

Sawyer

Abbey Street

 

Downey

Neal

Fruit-seller

English Street

 

Drum

Hugh C.

Fancy Chair Maker

Thomas Street

 

Duffy

Thomas

Butcher

Chapel Lane

 

Duffy

Edward

Slater

Chapel Lane

 

Duffy

James

Baker

Castle Street

 

Duffy

Nicholas

Coachman

Market Street

 

Dugan

Michael

Shoe maker

Abbey Lane

 

Dugan

Anthony

Shoe maker

Chapel Lane

 

Duncan

John

Clock& Watchmaker

English Street

 

Dunleavy

Thomas

Tailor

Primrose Lane

 

Dunleavy

James

Butcher

Chapel Lane

 

Dunn

William

Nailer

English Street

 

Dunn

James

 

English Street

 

Durham

James

News-room

English Street

 

Eager

Thomas

Shoe maker

Charter School Lane

 

Eccles Rev

Samuel

Presbyterian Minister

Market Street

 

Edgar Rev

S.C.

Seceding Minister

Abbey Street

 

Elliot

Thomas

Plasterer

Primrose Lane

 

Enoah

Christopher

Cabinet Maker Upholsterer

Thomas Street

 

Eves

John Wilcocks

Cabinet Maker

English Street

 

Ewing

John

Carpenter

Abbey Street

 

Ewing

Samuel

Blacksmith

Abbey Street

 

Ewing

Wiliam

Blacksmith

Abbey Street

 

Fannen

Edward

Carpenter

Barrack Street

 

Feely

James

Butcher

English Street

 

Feenan

John

Saddler Harness-maker

 

 

Fegan

Arthur

Farmer

Abbey Street

The Fegan family worked at Killinore in later years.

Ferguson

Rachael

Mrs

Vicar's Hill

 

Ferguson

James

Publican

English Street

 

Ferrian

John

Carpenter

English Street

 

Ferrian

John

Carpenter

English Street

 

Fitzsimmons

Christopher

Mason

Irish Street

 

Flanagan

Daniel

Yarn Merchant

Castle Street

 

Flanagan

Thomas

Butcher

Castle Street

 

Foster

Charles

Sergeant

English Street

 

Foster

J.M.

Book keeper

English Street

 

Gallagher

John

Pawnbroker

Market Street

 

Gallagher

John

Stocking Merchant

Charter School Lane

 

Garbett

John

Professor of Music

Vicar's Hill

 

Gardner

William

Straw Hat Manufacturer

Market Street

 

Gardner

William

Woollen Draper. Agents to the British and Irish United Fire and Westminster Insurance Company

Market Street

 

Gardner

Samuel

Woollen Draper. Agents to the British and Irish United Fire and Westminster Insurance Company

Market Street

 

 

Garland

Robert

Slater

Primose Lane

 

Garland

George

Slater

Irish Street

 

Garvey

John

Baker

Castle Street

 

Geary

John

Publican

Market

 

Gibson

John

Tobacco-Spinner

Primose Lane

 

Gibson

Thomas

Huxter

Barrack Street

 

Girvin

Sarah

Mrs

Dobbin Street

 

Gordon

James

Shoe maker

Barrack Street

 

Gough

William

 

Castle Street

 

Graham

James

 

Scotch Street

 

Graham

John

Grocer

English Street

 

Graham

Patrick

Mealmonger

Abbey Street

 

Grant

Peter

Huxter

Thomas Street

 

Gray

John

Hat Manufacturer

Thomas Street

 

Gribbin

James

Publican

Irish Street

 

Gribbin

James

Publican King's Arms

English Street

 

Grimley

Terence

Baker

Castle Street

 

Guerin

Henry

Professor of French Language

Abbey Street

 

Hacket

Cornelius

Sawyer

Abbey Street

 

Haddock

John

Attorney

Irish Street

 

Haddock

James

Grocer

Thomas Street

 

Hagan

Daniel

Tailor

Castle Street

 

Hagan

John

Flax Dresser

Irish Street

 

Hagan

John

Flax Dresser

Irish Street

 

Hall

William

Huxter

Irish Street

 

Hall

George

Porter to Lord Primate

 

 

Halligan

William

Fruiterer

Abbey Street

 

Halligan

James

Proprietor Provider of lodgings

Church Street

 

Hamilton

George

Proprietor Eating House

Scotch Street

 

Hamilton

David

Vicars-Choral

Vicar's Hill St Patricks

 

Hamilton

Robert

Hairdresser Perfumer

Thomas Street

 

Hammond

Richard

Proprietor Provider of lodgings

Castle Street

 

Hancock

Jane

Grocer

English Street

 

Hanley

John

Clothes Dealer

Market Street

 

Hanlon

Ardle

Carpenter

Thomas Street

 

Harrington

William

Grocer Wine Merchant Spirit Merchant

Market Street

 

Hart

James

Publican

Scotch Street

 

Hart

John

Whitesmith

Irish Street

 AKA Tinsmith

Harvey

Thomas

Mealmonger

Charter School Lane

 

Harvey

Ann

Mrs

Thomas Street

 

Healy

Thomas

Whip-Maker

English Street

 

Healy

Thomas

Corn Merchant

Callan Street

 

Healy

Thomas

Mealmonger

Irish Street

 

Hearse

Thomas

Excise Officer

English Street

 

Heir

Hugh

Proprietor Provider of lodgings

Chapel Lane

 

Henan

John

Huxter

Callan Street

 

Henderson

Richard

Whitesmith

Market Street

 AKA Tinsmith

Henry

William

Publican Struggler

Market Street

 

Henry

John

Sealmaster

Thomas Street

 

Henry

John

Cabinet Maker Upholsterer

Scotch Street

 

Henry

William

Painter Glazier

Market Street

 

Henry

Robert

Surgeon

Thomas Street

 

Henry

Thomas

Publican Coach& Horses

Scotch Street

 

Heyland

John

Shoe maker

Chapel Lane

 

Hillan

Peter

Dealer

English Street

 

Hillock

Charles

Carpenter Master Builder

Barrack Street

 

Hogg

Robert Rev

Astronomer

Scotch Street

 

Hollywood

Patrick

Farmer

English Street

 

Horncastle

T.W.

Organist In the Cathedral

Vicar's Hill

 

Houston

Francis

Rev

English Street

 

Houston

Thomas

Bluedier

Charter School Lane

 

Howden

William Rev

Independent Minister

Dobbin Street

 

Hughes

Patrick

Publican

Castle Street

 

Hughes

Andrew

Dealer

Castle Street

 

Hughes

Patrick

Mealmonger

Abbey Street

 

Hughes

Felix

Cattle Dealer

Irish Street

 

Hughes

Arthur

Bootmaker

Scotch Street

 

Hughes

George

Bootmaker

English Street

 

Hughes

Henry

Baker Flour Dealer

English Street

 

Iles Esq

James

Sovereign

Seven houses

 

Ingram

Sampson

 

Dobbin Street

 

Irwin

William

Haberdasher

Scotch Street

 

Irwin

James

Skinner

English Street

 

Irwin

E

Mrs

English Street

 

Irwin

Patten

Carpenter

Barrack Street

 

Jackson

John

Coal Merchant

Abbey Street

 

Jackson

Robert & son

Flour Merchants

Market Street

There was a Robert JACKSON resident at Ballinahonebeg.

Johnston

James

Hosier

Barrack Street

 

Johnston

Robert

Bootmaker Shoe maker

Thomas Street

 

Johnston

Mrs

 

Primrose Lane

 

Johnston

John

Bell-hanger

Primrose Lane

 

Jones

John

Auctioneer

Barrack Street

 

Jones

William

Skinner

Thomas Street

 

Kane

John

Woollen Draper Wholesale Printed Calico Warehouse

Market Street

A John KANE was involved in OLIVER leases.

Karney

John

 

Barrack Street

 

Kays

Charles (jun)

Collector of Customs

Palace Row

 

Kays

Charles

Sergeant at mace

Palace Row

 

Kearney Esq

James Lieut. Col

Barrick Master

Abbey Street

 

Kearney

Patrick

Carrier

English Street

 

Kearney

James

Tailor

Church Street

 

Kearns

Thomas

Leather Seller

Thomas Street

 

Keaten

Bernard

Baker

Irish Street

 

Kelly

Mary Ann

Mrs

Seven Houses

 

Kelly

Bernard

Woollen Draper

Market Street

 

Kelly

Edward

Baker

English Street

 

Kelly Esq

Arthur I

 

College Street Rokeby Green

 

Kelly

Bernard

Grocer

Barrack Street

 

Kelly

John

Baker

Thomas Street

 

Kelly

John

Gardener

Irish Street

 

Kelly

Maurice

Hatter

Chapel Lane

 

Kerr

John

Commission Agent

Abbey Street

John KERR shows up as a witness in an  OLIVER deed along with a William OLIVER, chandler (SEE: DEED: 543-185-357805 dated July 1, 1801). There is also an Edward KERR of Armagh who had a will abstract dated 1807. An Edward KERR was a brewer in the City of Armagh as well as the Executor of the estate of Thomas OSBURN late of Ballymorran. Because first names can also be clues, I also note that there is a Benjamin KERR who had a will probated in Armagh 1783 and another in 1847. The latter was a linen draper. There was also an Oliver KERR from Enagh who had a will probated in 1779. KERRS also inhabited townlands where OLIVERs and/or OSBURNS also lived, notably Killylea and Ballymorran.

Kidd

 

Flour Merchants

English Street

 

Kidd

T

Flour Merchants

English Street

 

Kidd

O

Flour Merchants

English Street

I am suspecting this may be an Osborne KIDD – although the date doesn’t quite fit with the two Osborne KIDDS that I have.

Kidd

Hugh

Flour Merchants

English Street

 

Kidd

William Lodge

Doctor

Vicar's Hill

MD in Edinburgh 1 Aug 1818. His life was spent at sea as a navy surgeon during the French war. In 1816 he retired on half pay, and before long entered upon extensive practice at Armagh. In November 1817 he read an important paper before the Royal Physical Society on the dreadful typhus then raging in Ireland. SOURCE: Holmes à Court Family History.

Kirk

William

Linen Merchant

English Street

A William KIRK married an Anne McKEAN in 1820. The South Armagh project did a pamphlet on him.

Kitson

John

Huxter Brick-Maker

Barrack Street

 

Lamb

Charles

Gardener to his Grace the Lord Primate

 

 

Lane

Matilda

Haberdasher

English Street

 

Lang

Mary

Calico Manufacturer Haberdasher

Thomas Street

 

Langley

Jane

Mrs

English Street

 

Lappan

John

Rope Maker

 

 

Lappan

Jane

Publican

Barrack Street

 

Lappan

William

 

Abbey Street

 

Lappan

Catherine

Miss

Scotch Street

 

Lee

Elizabeth

Hotelier Roe Buck

Scotch Street

A will was probated for an Elizabeth LEE, Armagh, innkeeper in 1823

Lee

Malcolm

Publican

English Street

 

Lee

John

Grocer Spirit Dealer

Scotch Street

In 1797 there was an Armagh Presbyterian record of a son James Oliver LEE born to John LEE and Margaret OLIVER.

Lee

Oliver

Ironmonger

Thomas Street

SEE also a William OLIVER, farmer of Thomas Street mentioned in this directory. A will was probated for Oliver LEE, Armagh, merchant, 1845.

Lee

John

N&G

Charter School Lane

 

Leslie

William

Gun-Maker

Scotch Street

 

Lester

Robert

Grocer

Thomas Street

 

Lindley

Thomas

Bookseller Stationer Jeweller

Scotch Street

 

Lindsay

Margaret

Clothes Dealer

Market Street

 

Lindsay

Richard

Baker

Scotch Street

 

Linton

Walsh

Reed Maker

Thomas Street

 

Esq

Robert

Livingston

English Street

 

Logan

Patrick

Tanner

Chapel Lane

 

Long

John

Huxter

Market Street

 

Longhran

Cornelius

School Master

Thomas Street

 

Lowe

Henry

Inn Keeper Grocer etc.

Cotton Tree Mountnorris

 

Lowry

Patrick

Nailer

Barrack

 

Lucas

Andrew

Bootmaker Shoe maker

Thomas Street

 

Lucas

James

Combmaker

Thomas Street

 

Lyle

Andrew Sen

N&G

English Street

 

Lyle

Andrew Jun

Brewer

English Street

 

Magee

John

Carpenter

Abbey Lane

 

Magee

Michael

Coroner Clerk of the Peace

 

 

Magleenan

Jane

Baker

Scotch Street

 

Maguire

Thomas

Shoe maker

English Street

 

Maguire

Thomas

Assistant Barrackmaster

Barracks

 

Mallon

Edward

Mason

Irish Street

 

Mallon

James

Tailor

Thomas Street

 

Malone

Richard

Publican

English Street

 

Maloy

Matthew

Wheelwright

Castle Street

 

Marsh

William

Cook to his Grace the Lord Primate

 

 

Martin

Patrick

Mason

Abbey Street

 

Martin

James

Broguemaker

Irish Street

 

Mathews

Elizabeth

Mrs

Barrack Street

 

Maul

Jane

Haberdasher Straw Bonnet Maker

English Street

 

Maxwell

James

Ironmonger

Market Street

 

Maziere

Andrew

Apothecary

Market Street

 

McBride

Michael

Publican

English Street

 

McCabe

John

Flax Dresser

Abbey Street

 

McCaffry

James

Shoe maker

Church Lane

 

McCahey

Peter

Publican Carman's Inn

Barrack Street

 

McCall

Matthew

Proprietor Provider of Lodgings

Irish Street

 

McCann

Neal

Dealer

Chapel Lane

 

McCann

Owen

Huxter

Castle Street

 

McCann

John

Proprietor Eating House

Scotch Street

 

McCann

John

Corn Dealer Meal Dealer

Thomas Street

 

McCann

Robert

Meal Dealer Flour Dealer

Scotch Street

 

McCann

Thomas

Huxter

Thomas Street

 

McCann

Thomas

Mealmonger

Primose Lane

 

McCann

Thomas

Painter Glazier

Charter School Lane

 

McCaragher

John

Dealer

Market Street

 

McCardle

Patrick

Blacksmith

English Street

 

McCardle

John

Carrier

Irish Street

 

McCarter

Samuel

Shoemaker

Church Lane

 

McCluny

Alexander

Chandler

Thomas Street

 

McCluny

Samuel

Chandler

Irish Street

 

McClure

Joseph

Grocer Spirit Dealer

Scotch Street

 

McCoal

Lawrence

Shoemaker

English Street

 

McCone

Patrick

Publican

Irish Street

 

McConnell

Archibald

Cartmaker Manufacturer of Farming Implements

Rokeby Green

 

McConnell

Matthew

Clerk

Barrack Street

 

McCormick

E

Miss

College Street

 

McCormick

Dominick

Hairdresser

Scotch Street

 

McCormick

Ann

Seminary for young ladies

College Street

 

McCourt

Thomas

Carpenter

English Street

 

McCourt

Patrick

Carpenter

Market Street

 

McCourt

Jame

Tailor

Jenny's Row

 

McCready

Andrew

Nailer

Church Lane

 

McCreesh

John

Mason

Callan Street

 

McCrum

Nathaniel

Corn-Miller Farmer

Lismalow

 

McCrum

Margaret

Mrs

Scotch Street

 

McCrum

William

Manufacturer of Linen Yarn

Milford

See page under history hyperlink on Oliver-Osborne-Kidd

McCullough

Elizabeth

Mrs

Dobbin Street

 

McCully

Hugh

N&G

College Street

 

McCully

Bernard

Clothes Dealer

Castle Street

 

McCune

James

 

College Street

 

McCutchen

Charles

Cartmaker

Palace Row

 

McDonnell

Edward

Butcher

Thomas Street

 

McDonnell

Alexander

Drover

Scotch Street

 

McDonnell

Samuel

Tailor

Abbey Street

 

McDonnell

Peter

Mealmonger

Irish Street

 

McDowell

John

Carpenter

Rokeby Street

 

McEndow

Robert

Schoolmaster

Abbey Street

 

McFarlin

Charles

Grocer

Thomas Street

 

McGarrity

Philip

Shoe maker

Market Street

 

McGarrity

John

Publican Friendly Brothers

Scotch Street

 

McGeough

Patrick

Baker

Thomas Street

A William McGEOGH WITNESSED A Ballinahonebeg deed 360-85-241557 Feb 10, 1784. Also, in 1739, May 17 DEED 93-514-661, a Josua McGEOGH of Drumsill witnessed  a HAMILTON-GILLMER deed. More recently, an 1803, Dec 1 was witnessed by a Josua McGEOGH.

McGorelake

Mary

Ball-court

Callan Street

 

McGoretake

Mary

Room

Scotch Street

 

McGowan

Dennis

Brogue-Maker

Chapel Lane

 

McGowan

Samuel

Tailer

Thomas Street

 

McGrath

James

Carpenter

Irish Street

 

McGuigan

Francis

Gardener

Callan Street

 

McGuigan

Francis

Gardener

Callan Street

 

McGurk

Patrick

Clothes Dealer

Castle Street

 

McIlroy

James

Mason

English Street

 

McIlroy

Alexander

Carpenter

Market Street

 

McIlroy

John

Mason

English Street

 

McKean

Robert

Grocer Spirit Dealer

Market Street

A Robert McKEAN (1789-1837) married Anne JACKSON

McKean

Jane

Innkeeper

Scotch Street

A Jane (CROMPTON) McKEAN, widow of James McKEAN and mother of James, Robert,  and Anne (who married Wm. KIRK)

McKean

Henry

Woollen Draper Haberdasher

Market Street

 

McKearnan

Felix

Mason Carter

School Lane

 

McKee

Francis

Mealmonger

Castle Street

 

McKee

Francis

Leather Seller

Castle Street

 

McKee

Thomas

Huxter

Scotch Street

 

McKee

Dennis

Publican Red Lion

Scotch Street

 

McKelvy

William

Wheelwright Turner

Abbey Street?

 

McKelvy

John

Servant

Abbey Street

 

McKenna

Patrick

Breeches Maker

Jenny's Row

 

McKenna

John

Hostler

Abbey Street

 

McKenny

Michael

Huxter

Barrack Street

 

McKew

Robert

Register to the Metropolitan

Rosebrook

 

McKey

John

Nailer

Irish Street

 

McKillop

George

Linen merchant

Scotch Street

 

McKinstry

Robert

Clerk of the Peace

English Street

 

McKinstry

Lee

Solicitor

Scotch Street

 

Flour

McKinstry

Merchants

English Street

 

McLaughlin

Henry

Shoe maker

Primose Lane

 

McLaughlin

James

Mason

Abbey Street

 

McLaughlin

Daniel

Mason

English Street

 

McLaughlin

Bernard

Mason

English Street

 

McMahon

Philip

Mason

Abbey Street

 

McMahon

Owen

Clothes Dealer

Castle Street

An Owen McMAHON shows up in OLIVER leases. Also, Owen & Patrick McMAHON are lessees of Kiltybane in 1824 (a townland that involves BROWN, JACKSON & DONALDSONs.)

McManus

Patrick

Carpenter

Irish Street

 

McMaster

Charles

Proctor

Castle Street

 

McMurray

Hugh

Carpenter

Abbey Lane

 

McNair

William

Publican Duke of York

Market Street

 

McPhie

John

Huxter

Barrack Street

 

McReidy

Patrick

Mealmonger

Abbey Street

 

McShadden

John

Surgeon

Market Street

 

McShane

Peter

Butcher

Primose Lane

 

McSorley

Randall

Flax Dresser

Charter School Lane

 

McWilliam

John

Publican Nelson and Abercrombie

English Street

 

McWilliams

William

N&G

English Street

 

McWilliams

William

Grocer Tobacconist

Scotch Street

 

Miller

John

Wholesale and Retail Grocer

Scotch Street

 

Miller Rev

George

President of the College

 

 

Monks

James

Butcher

English Street

 

Montgomery

William

Farmer

Dobbin Street

 

Mooney

Matthew

Broguemaker

Irish Street

 

Moorhead

Sarah Miss

School Mistress

Callan Street

 

Moren

James

Confectioner

Scotch Street

 

Morrison

Thomas

Tailor

English Street

 

Mosby

Thomas

Butcher

English Street

 

Moss

Robert

Butcher to His Grace Lord Primate

 

 

Mosson

William

Bootmaker Shoe maker

Thomas Street

 

Mullen

Ann Mary

Huxter

Barrack Street

 

Murphy

Terence

Dealer

English Street

 

Murphy

Edward

Gardener

English Street

 

Murphy

Patrick

Carpenter

Barrack Street

 

Murphy

Anthony

Sawyer

Abbey Lane

 

Murray

William

Tailor

Palace Row

 

Murray

Richard

N&G

Abbey Street

 

Murray

John

Schoolmaster

English Street

 

Murray

Thomas

Shoe maker

Abbey Street

 

Murtaugh

John

Baker

Irish Street

 

Neilus

Charles

Blacksmith

Irish Street

 

Nelson

Samuel

Shoe maker

Irish Street

 

Nelson

William

Shoe maker

Irish Street

 

Newbanks

Henry

Blacksmith

Abbey Lane

 

Newton

Michael

Butler

 

 

Niblock

Richard

Saddler Harness Maker

Thomas Street

 

Noble

John

High Constable

Church Lane

 

Norris

Richard

Shoe maker

Primose Lane

 

Nugent

James

Stone and Marble Yard

Abbey Street

 

O'Donnell

Charles

Cooper

Callan Street

 

 

O'Hagen

Francis

Painter Glazier To his Grace, Lord Primate

Barrack Street

 

O'Hare

Bernard

Currier

Chapel Lane

 

O'Kane

Thomas

 

Callan Street

 

O'Neill

Owen

Butcher

Irish Street

 

O'Neill

Charles

Mealmonger

Abbey Street

 

O'Neill

Hugh

Butcher

Callan Street

 

O'Neill

Hugh

Tanner

Thomas Street

 

Oliver

William

Farmer

Thomas Street

Andrew OLIVER of Thomas Street had a lease dated 1774 that was renewed in 1793. This Andrew OLIVER was described as a chandler.

Olpherts

Barbara

Mrs

Abbey Street

 

Orr

Daniel

Manufacturing Jeweller

Scotch Street

 

Palmer

Arthur Esq

 

English Street

 

Palmer

John

Leather Seller

Thomas Street

 

Pasmore

George

Huxter

Scotch Street

 

Peebles

Robert

Currier

English Street

 

Penton

William

Nursery and Seesman

Thomas Street

 

Plunket

William

Publican

English Street

 

Pollock Esq

Joseph

 

English Street

 

Pooler

William

Printer & Stationer Bookseller

Scotch Street

 He married Mary COULTER, daughter of Joseph COULTER and Jane IRWIN.

Powell

 

Major

English Street

 

Prentice

George

Spirit Oil Paint & Colour Merchant

Scotch Street

 

Prentice

Rose

Mrs

Scotch Street

 

Prentice

Alexander

Merchant Tobbaconist

Scotch Street

 

Prunty

Agnes

Clothes Dealer

Castle Street

 

Quigly

Hugh

Town Sergeant

Callan Street

 

Quin

Hugh

Grocer Spirit Dealer

English Street

 

Quin

John

Carpenter

English Street

 

Quin

John

Carpenter

English Street

 

Quin

Thomas

Grocer Spirit Dealer

English Street

 

Quin

Dennis

Huxter

Thomas Street

 

Rea

James

Gardener at Mr. Penton’s Nursery

Monaghan Road

 

Reid

James

Proprietor Provider of Lodgings

Market Street

 

Reilly

John

Bootmaker Shoe maker

Thomas Street

 

Reilly

Connor

Currier

Church Lane

 

Reilly

James

Tin-plate worker

Thomas Street

 

Rice

John

Flax Dresser

Irish Street

 

Rice

Henry

Flax Dresser

Irish Street

 

Richard

John

Chandler

Thomas Street

 

Rickard

John

Baker

Abbey Street

 

Robinson

Elizabeth

Miss

Abbey Street

 

Robinson

William

Hosier

Thomas Street

 

Rocks

Michael

Butcher

Irish Street

The ROCKS-OLIVER connection still eludes me.

Rocks

Patrick

Huxter

Thomas Street

The ROCKS-OLIVER connection still eludes me.

Rogers

James

Nailer

 

 

Ross

John

Shoe maker

Castle Street

 

Rowan

Andrew

Shoe maker

Chapel Lane

 

Rowan

Samuel

Linen Merchant

Scotch Street

 

Rutherford

John

Painter Glazier

Barrack Street

 

Ryan

Alexander

Rev

Abbey Street

 

Ryan

William

Doctor

Abbey Street

 

Ryan

John

Brogue-Maker

Irish Street

 

Savage

James

Mason

Abbey Street

 

Savage

Henry

Publican

Thomas Street

 

Savage

George

 

Irish Street

 

Scarlett

Letitia

Mistress of Primate’s Free School

Rokeby Green

 

Scarlett

David

Master of Primate’s Free School

Rokeby Green

 

Scott

Robert

Tailor

English Street

 

Scott

Robert

Tailor

English Street

 

Scott

William

Tailor

Callan Street

 

Scott

William

Tin-plate worker

English Street

 

Scott

Robert

Tin-Plate Worker

Thomas Street

 

Seymour

Thomas

Whitesmith

Abbey Lane

 AKA Tinsmith

Seymour

James

Sawyer

Abbey Lane

 

Major

Shaw

 

Thomas Street

 

Sherry

Lawrence

Bootmaker Shoe maker

Thomas Street

 

Sherry

William

Shoe maker

Abbey Lane

 

Short

Bernard

Huxter

Thomas Street

 

Simpson

Thomas

Flour Merchants

Thomas Street

 

Simpson

John

Grocer Spirit Dealer

Market Street

 

Slevin

Francise

Saddler Harness Maker

English Street

 

Sling

John

Hairdresser

Thomas Street

 

Sling

Henry

Hairdresser

Thomas Street

 

Sloan

James

Surgeon Apothecary

English Street

 

Sloan

John

Oil & Colour Dealer

English Street

 

Sloan

Mary

Deal yard

English Street

 

Sloan

John

Hosier

Abbey Lane

 

Smith

James

Gardener & Seedsman

English

 

Smith

William

Schoolmaster

Irish Street

 

Smith

William

Shoe maker

Market Street

 

Spellman

Dennis

Brogue-maker

Irish Street

 

Spence

William

Book agent

Market Street

 

Sproull

Wilson

Woollen Draper Haberdasher

Market Street

 

Staff

Archibald

Farmer

English Street

 

Stanley

James

Wholesale & Retail Grocer Wine & Spirit Merchant

Scotch Street

 

Stanley

John

Merchant Stores

College Street Seven Houses

 

Starr

James

Publican

Market Street

 

Steel

Robert

Cabinet Maker

English Street

 

Stephen

James

Tanner

English Street

 

Stephens

Thomas

Smith & Farrier

Thomas Street

 

Stevenson

Robert

Printer Bookseller Stationer

Scotch Street

 

Stratten

Isabella

Chop-House

Scotch Street

 

Strawbridge

John

 

Irish Street

 

Stuart

William

Farmer

Thomas Street

 

Summerville

John

Publican Nelson's Arms

Scotch Street

 

Taylor

Hugh

 

Barrack Street

 

Thompson

Robert

Plumber

Abbey Street

 

Thompson

Samuel

Carpenter

English Street

 

Thompson

James

N&G

Barrack Street

 

Thompson

John

Millwright

Glenn Anne

 

Thornton

R J Esq

 

College Street

 

Treanor

Ann

Publican

Thomas Street

 

Treanor

Hugh

Clothes Dealer

Market Street

 

Treanor

Hugh

Grocer Spirit Dealer

English Street

 

Turner

John

Gaoler

Barrack Street

 

Tyrrell

Gerlad

Cooper Tin-plate worker

Thomas Street

 

Valleley

Arthur

Butcher

Irish Street

 

Vogan

Joshua

Surgeon Apothecary

Market Street

 

Wainright

Robert

Nailer

Thomas Street

 

Walker

Thomas

Mason

English Street

 

Walsh

James

Brogue Maker

Charter School Lane

 

Walsh

Lewis

Proprietor Provider of Lodgings

Market Street

 

Warwick

Armour

Tailor

Scotch

 

Waugh

John

N&G

English

 

Webster

Hugh

Reed Maker

Charter School Lane

 

Webster

James

Reed Maker

Barrack

 

Wendrum

Anne

Mrs

Dobbin

 

White

Hugh

N&G

Abbey

 

Whittington

Richard

Grocer Spirit Merchant Tallow Chandler

Irish

 

Wier

James

Carpenter

Palace Row

 

Wild

Benjamin

Capt

Scotch Street

 

Williams

John

Book keeper

English Street

 

Williamson

John

China, Glass & Earthenware Merchant

English Street

 

Williamson

Hugh

Scrivener

Thomas Street

 

Wilson

Robert

 

Thomas Street

 

Wilson

John

Glass, China & Earthenware Dealer

Thomas Street

 

Wilson

Abigail

Mrs

Barrack Street

 

Wilton

Nicholas

Nailer

Abbey Lane

 

Wilton

George

Nailer

Irish Street

 

Wilton

Thomas

Blue-Dier

Castle Street

 

Winder

Joseph

Whitesmith

Abbey Lane

 AKA Tinsmith

Winder

John Esq

 

Abbey Street

 

Woods

Michael

Mason

Chapel Lane

 

Wright

Thomas

Blacksmith

English Street

 

Wright

Samuel

Blacksmith

Barrack Street

 

Young

Sarah

Pawnbroker

Church Lane

 

Young

John

Printer & Stationer Bookbinder

Market Street

 

 

 

 

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