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Ballymoney (Gentry,Clergy, Merchants & Tradesmen. ETC.)

Post by irishgen » 15 Jul 2004, 09:01

(extracted from Pigot Directory 1824)
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BALLYMONEY

GENTRY AND CLERGY
Allen Saml. esq. Lisconnan
Hutchinson Archibald, esq. Stranocum-house
Hutchinson Geo. esq. magistrate, Main-street
Hutchinson James, esq. Lark-hill
Leslie James esq, Leslie-hill
Loughead Rev. Robert
Macartney George H. esq. Lissmore-castle
Moore James, esq.
Moore James, esq. Greenville
Moore James S. esq. Ballydivity
Moore Samson, esq. Ballymacree
O'Hara Chas esq. O'Hara-brook
Oulton Rev. Chas. curate, Coldah
Park Rev. Robt. P. P.
Steuart Henry J. esq. Grace-hill
Symes Rev. Wm. Henry, Rector

MERCHANTS, TRADESMEN &Co.

ATTORNEYS
Clarke Joseph, Church-street
Leetch Matthew, Main-street

PHYSICIANS
Crawford Samuel, Main-street
Moore Alexander, Piper row
Walker Joseph, Main-street

SURGEONS AND APOTHECARIES.
Johnson David, Main-street
M'Alonan Archibald, Church-st
Reynolds John, Main-street
Taylor Wm. Main-street
Young Samuel, Main-street

ACADEMY.
M'Williams James, Main-street

ARCHITECT.
M'Intire Wm. Piper-row

BAKERS
Caning James, Main-street
Gamble Mrs. Jane, Main-street

BOOKSELLER, STATIONER AND BINDER
Griffith Benjamin, Main-street

BOOT & SHOE MAKERS AND LEATHER CUTTERS.
Chesnut John, Main-street
Dunlap Alexander. Main-street
Sherrard David, Main-street
Thompson Benjamin, Church-st
Wilson John, Main-street

BREWER
Moore James, Main-street

CALICO DEALERS.
Bates Jane, Main-street
Cook Jane, Main-street

DYERS
Mitchel Thos. Piper-row
Sudgrace Robert, Main-street

GROCERS.
Glass Wm. Main-street
Gort Robert, Main-street
Hopkins Mrs. Eliza, Main-street
M'Elderry & M'Curdy, Church-st
Orr Wm. Main-street
Orr Wm. Church-street
Perry Samuel, Main-street
Rowan Robert, Church-street
Scott Hugh, Church-street
Stewart Bernard, Main-street
Templeton George, Main-street
Thomson James, Main-street

HABERDASHERS
Balfour Miss, Church-street
Leslie Robert, Church-street
Shaw Alice, Main-street

INNS & HOTELS.
Cramsie Ann, Main-street
Neill Hannah, Main-street
Reed David, King's Arms Inn and Hotel, Church-street

IRONMONGER
Hamilton Richd. (and oil & colour man) .Main-street

MERCHANTS.
Boyd Samuel, (provision) Main-st
Dougherty Jno. (provision) Main-st

MILLINERS.
Bell Mary, Main-street
Leslie Hannah, Main-street
Robinson Jane, Main-street

PUBLICANS.
Brownlow Archibald, Main-st
Canning Robt. (& stocking maker) Main-street
Cochran David, Main-street
Delate James, Main-street
Dorrans Alexander, Main-street
Gamble Robert, Church-street
Gibin John, Main-street
Glenns Wm. Main-street
Henry John, Main-street
Johnson Wm. Church-street
M'Allister Abraham, Church-st
M'Kissock Edwd. Main-street
Mellett Robert, Main-street
Mitchell Samuel, Main-street
Neilly Randal, Main-street
Nickle Mary, Main-street
Osburn John, Church-street

SPIRIT AND WINE MERCHANTS
Mullen Hugh, Main-street
Moore James, Main-street
Rowan Robert, Church-street
Stewart Bernard, Main-street

TALLOW CHANDLERS AND SOAP BOILERS.
Moore James, (and tobacco manufacturer) Main-street
Thomson James, (and tobacco manufacturer) Main-street

TANNER
Wilson William, Main-street

WATCH MAKERS.
Gordon James, Main-street
Johnson Robert, Main-street
Lowley Wm. Main-street

WOOLLEN DRAPERS.
Carson Archibald, Church street
Cramsie James, (and at Coleraine)Main-street
Kennedy Neale, Main-street
Orr Wm. Main-street
Ramage Wm. Main-street
White John, Main-street
Wright John & Co. Main-street

Miscellanous
Cameron John, reed maker, Church-street
Smith Israel, saddler, Main-st
Parker Miss, straw bonnet maker, Church-street

STAMP OFFICE, MAIN-STREET
Mr. James Thomson, distributor

COACHES
FROM NEILL'S HOTEL
BELFAST, the Derry Mail, at half past twelve at night.
BELFAST, the Champion, at seven in the morning, on Sundays, Tuesdays,
and Thursdays.
COLERAINE and DERRY, the Royal Mail, at half past seven at night.
COLERAINE, the Champion. at four in the afternoon, on Mondays,
Wednesdays, and Fridays.

CARRIERS
Cars may be hired for the conveyance of goods to Belfast, Coleraine, or
any of the neighbouring towns.



(extracted from Pigot Directory 1824)
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