Businesses: Toomebridge, From The Belfast And Ulster Towns Directory For 1910 *********************************************** Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Antrim Index Copyright ************************************************ File contributed by: William Murphy firstname.lastname@example.org October BUSINESSES - TOOMEBRIDGE, CO. ANTRIM. 1910 36 miles from Belfast by rail. Petty Sessions District of Toome, Quarter Sessions District of Antrim, Union of Ballymena, Barony of Upper Toome, and Parliamentary Division of South Antrim. The area is estimated at 10 acres, and the population at 210. There is a market on Tuesdays for the sale of agricultural produce; a flourishing cattle fair the second Tuesday of each month, and hiring fairs on each Tuesday in May and November POST OFFICE, with Money Order and Telegraph Departments and Savings Bank —William Ellis, postmaster Royal , Irish Constabulary—James Smith, sergeant. Dispensary Medical Officer—Dr. Mewhirter, registrar of births, deaths, and marriages Midland Railway (N.C.C.)—James Gillespie, stationmaster Inland Navigation—John McConnell, locks inspector Foyle and Bann Fishery Co.—Andrew King, inspector Northern Banking Company (open on Tuesdays)—Mr. Hanna, manager MAGISTRATES Colonel S. A. M. Bruce, John Keenan, William Holmes, R.M.; B. Meenan, James Grant, Thomas A. Kelly, Dr. R. Love, J. P. Butler PLACES OF WORSHIP Cargin—Rev. J. Fullen Duneane Presbyterian—Rev. R. Elliott Duneane, Church . of Ireland—Rev. T. Egerton, rector Moneyglass R.C. Church—Very Rev. C. S. Quinn, P.P., V.F.; Rev. J. McLester, C.C. SCHOOLS Carlane (male)—J. Mulholland, teacher Carlane (female)—M. Laverty, teacher Culnafay (male and female)—T. H: Pullin, teacher Duneane (C.I.)—Miss McCullough, teacher Duneane (Presbyterian)—Miss Milling, teacher Moneynick (female)—Miss McWilliams, teacher; Miss M. A. Lagan, assistant teacher Gortgill (male and female)—M. J. O'Grady, teacher; Miss K. McCormack, assistant teacher SOCIETIES Lough Neagh Fishermen's Union—Rev. P. Moore, president Ulster Farmers' and Labourers' Union—John Black Duneane Co-operative and Dairy Society—Thomas Wilson, manager INHABITANTS Barton, Robert, coal merchant Bell, Alexander, farmer Bell, John, farmer Berry, Henry, farmer Brady, Bernard, supply stores Brady, John, blacksmith Bruce, Colonel S. A. M., J.P., The Lodge Campbell, Mrs. Ellen, grocer and newsagent Carey, Hugh, carpenter and farmer, Gortgill Catherwood, Henry, grocer and general merchant, Creagh Connolly, Miss, draper Corr, Arran, fish merchant Corr, Mrs., draper Cranna, Hugh, farmer Creighton, M. Dagney, John, merchant tailor Dale, John, poultry breeder Darragh, John, farmer, Millquarter Devlin, Charles, farmer, Aghacarnaghan Devlin, D. H., farmer, Killyfast Devlin, Hugh, farmer and road contractor, Killyfast Devlin, Lawrence, ex-sergeant R.I.C. Devlin, Luke, farmer Donnelly, Charles, railway porter Doyle, James, fish merchant Doyle, Samuel, labourer Egerton, Rev. T., The Rectory Ellis, Henry, water bailiff Ellis, Wm., postmaster and C.P.S. Erwin, Robert, farmer Essler, H. R., egg merchant Fagan, Hugh, tailor, Moneyglass Gamble, Francis, fish merchant Geelan, Patrick, bar tender Grant, Francis, proprietor Tourist and O'Neill Arms Hotel Grant, James, J.P., Toome house Green, James, Union lodge Hume, John, railway porter Jones, Mrs. K. H., Moneyglass house Kelly, Hugh, spirit merchant, Cargin Kelly, James, farmer, Duneane Kennedy, John, farmer, Grange Kennedy, Sarah, publican, Grange King, Andrew, inspector of fisheries Lagan, Hugh, millowner and farmer, Grange Laverty, Henry, farmer, Drumderg Laverty, Henry, farmer, Ballylurgan house Laverty, John, farmer Lennox, Charles, timber merchant Locks, William J., mason, Moneyglass Louden, Patrick, fresher Lynch, Thomas, bar tender Mallon, Michael, spirit merchant, Cargin Marron, James, farmer, Gortgill Marron, K., boot merchant Meeson, James J., V.S. Meeson, Mrs. M. A., spirit merchant Mulholland, Mrs., draper McCann, Chas., farmer, Killyfast McCann, Mrs. P., Glen house, Ballylurgan McCoy, Alex., plumber McCoy, Jane, Moneyglass Post Office McCoy, John, farmer, Moneyglass McCorey, John, Drumderg McCormick, Denis, rural postman McCormick, Mrs., proprietress Commercial hotel McCourt, Francis, grocer, Moneyglass McCutcheon. F., constable R.I.C. McErlane, Chas., farmer, Grange McErlane, Jos., publican, Moneyglass McErlane, Patrick, farmer, Drumraymond McGrogan, Felix, farmer, Brecart McKeown, Mrs., grocer McKeever, Arthur, poultry dealer McKeever, Daniel, farmer, R.D.C. McLaverty, Patrick, labourer, Moneyglass McLernon, Edward, rural postman McManus, Charles, R.D.C., spirit merchant, Duneane McMillan, John, farmer and bailiff, Drumraymond McMillen, John, carpenter McMillen, Mrs., hardware merchant McQuaid, Wm., carowner McVeigh, James, rural postman Neill, James, bootmaker O'Boyle, Bernard, Drumderg O'Boyle, James, Gallagh O'Boyle, Patrick, Ballinamullan O'Donnell, Dan., R.D.C., farmer, Gortgill O'Donnell, Henry, farmer O'Neill, Charles, farmer, Drumraymond Richardson, George, Mullaghan Richardson, Samuel, Mullaghan Robertson, Patrick, Mullaghan Scullion, Thos., postmaster Crosskeys P.O. Shivers, Arthur, farmer, Brecart Stafford, Henry, farmer Stewart, Francis, grocer and general merchant Stewart, Mrs. John S., Glenwillow Grange Toal, Daniel, farmer Toal, Francis, Brecart Wilson, John, farmer Wilson, Robert, Carlane Wilson, Wm., Ballydugan house NOTE:S Mc names were shown as M' in the transcript and were changed for ease of search.