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Larne_2 (Gentry,Clergy, Merchants & Tradesmen. ETC.)

Post by irishgen » 15 Jul 2004, 21:11

(extracted from Slater's Directory 1846)
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LARNE (2)

LEATHER SELLERS.
Holmes John
Smith Adam

LINEN & WOOLLEN DRAPERS AND HABERDASHERS
Atkinson Miles
Nelson Robert
Boyd Joseph T.
Rea Jane
Cooch James
Thompson Wm.

LINEN MERCHANTS.
Barklie John & Archibald

MILLERS.
Crawford John, Ballykeel
Haliday Geo. Johnson & Co., Jarver
Simpson Daniel

MILLINERS & DRESS MAKERS
Cowan Agnes
Johnston Margaret

PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS
Bell Edward
Snoddy Andrew

PHYSICIAN
Kirkpatrick Thomas

SADDLERS & HARNESSMAKERS
Ferguson Wm.
Raney Patrick
Graham Gawn
Walker John

SPIRIT & PORTER DEALERS
Bailey Robert
M'Adorey John
Baxter James
M' Neill John
Beggs William
O'Maley Lawrence
Boyd Grace
Pool John
Crawford John
Semples John
Maxwell John
Walker James

STRAW BONNET MAKERS
Cowan Agnes
Girvan Jane & Ann
Hutton Sarah

SURGEONS &APOTHECARIES
Cunningham John
Ferres Charles
M'Comb Hugh
M'Henry George
Molyneux Andrew

TAILORS.
Bain George
M' Dowell James
M'Elheran David

TANNERS
M'Cambridge John & Alexander
Smyth Alexander

WATCH AND CLOCK MAKERS
Laughton Valentine
Turner James

WOOLLEN DRAPERS.
See Linen & Woollen Drapers.

Miscellaneous
Agnew James, tile, brick and coarse earthenware manufacturer,
David M'Cloy, manager
Carley James, rope and sail-cloth manufacturer
Crawford John, farmer and landowner
Hamilton John, cotton spinner
M'Alister Randall, tin. plate worker
M'Calmont William, printer
M'Garel Chas. lime works, Maghramorne
M'Grogan William, ship agent
Magill Wm., starch manufacturer, Glynn
Patterson Henry, flax spinner, Craiganorne
Small Daniel, cabinet. maker
Smiley John, coal and corn merchant
Smith James, tallow chandler and soap boiler

PLACES OF WORSHIP
And their ministers.

ESTABLISHED CHURCH
Rev. Henry Martin, rector.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL
Rev. John Garland, parish priest.
PRESBYTERIAN MEETING HOUSE
Rev. Henry W. Molyneaux, minister.
PRESBYTERIAN (Unitarian) MEETING HOUSE
Rev. Classon Porter, minister.
PRESBYTERIAN (Seceding) MEETING HOUSE
Rev. Archibald Kennedy, minister.
METHODIST CHAPEL
ministers various.

Public Institutions, &c.
Custom House. Newtown,
Daniel Sheriff, sub-collector
John M'Cambridge, land waiter

FEVER HOSPITAL
Charles Perris, attending surgeon
Margaret Rodgers, matron

UNION WORKHOUSE
William Jackson, governor
Jane Jackson, matron.

MAIL AND CAR.
To BALLYCASTLE, a Mail Car, from the Post Office, every forenoon at eleven, and a Car, from Stewart's Hotel, every morning at six
To BELFAST, the Royal Mail, from the Post Office, every afternoon at twenty-five minutes past two; goes through Carrickfergus .

CONVEYANCE BY WATER
To LIVERPOOL, the Coleraine Steam Packet, from the Curran, once a week, Daniel Simpson, agent.


(extracted from Slater's Directory 1846)
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