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Ros Davies' Co. Down, Northern Ireland Family History Research Site

© Rosalind Davies 2001
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Shrigley, Killyleagh parish

This page contains Miscellaneous Lists

Poor Law Unions Church address in phone book Newspaper addresses
Prefixes & Suffixes in place names list of people who subscribed to a charity in 1836

tenant farmers who held land in Loughriscouse, Newtownards in 1836

Parish Works Program for Blaris parish in 1836 (Court Leet)

Family Naming patterns County Genealogy & Heritage Centres
newspaper holdings etc at Downpatrick Heritage Library    

 

This is a list of the parishes that make up the various Poor Law Unions

in Co. Down

Name of the Poor Law Union Names of the parishes in that Union
Banbridge Aghaderg, Annaclone, Dromara (1/3), Dromore (1/2), Drumballyroney (11/2), Drumgooland, Garvaghy, Magherally, Newry (1 only), Seapatrick & Tullylish
Downpatrick Ardglass, Ardkeen (1/2), Ardquin, Ballee, Ballyculter, Ballykinler, Ballyphilip,Ballytrustan, Bright, Castleboy, Down, Dromara (1/3), Dunsfort, Inch, Kilclief, Killinchy (1/2), Killyleagh, Kilmegan, Kilmore, Loughinisland, Magheradrool (1/2), Rathmullan, Saintfield (1/2), Saul, Tyrella & Witter
Kilkeel Kilbroney (most), Kilcoo, Kilkeel & Maghera
Lisburn Annahilt, Blaris, Dromara (1/3), Dromore (1/2), Drumbeg, Drumbo, Hillsborough, Killaney, Knockbreda, Lambeg, Magheradrool (1/2), Saintfield
Newry Clonallan, Clonduff, Donaghmore, Drumballyroney (1/2), Drumgath, Kilbroney (i only), Newry & Warrenpoint
Newtownards Ardkeen (1/2), Ballywalter, Bangor, Comber (most), Donaghadee, Dundonald, Greyabbey, Inishargy, Killinchy (1/2), Kilmood, Newtownards, Ballyhalbert & Tullynakill

This is a list of churches in the current phone book

and their addresses

 

Church of Ireland churches  
In Belfast  
Belfast Cathedral Donegall St, Belfast
Church of Ireland Diocesan Office- 61-67 Donegall St, Belfast
Church of Ireland in Queens University- 22 Elmwood Ave, Belfast
St Andrews & Knockbreda Church of Ireland Rosetta Rd, Belfast
St Donards Parish Church 2 Bloomfield Rd, Belfast
St George Parish Church High St, Belfast
St Johns –Malone Church of Ireland Malone Rd, Belfast
St John the Evangelist Church of Ireland 397 Castlereagh Rd, Belfast
St Marys Parish Church Crumlin Rd, Belfast
St Matthews Church of Ireland Bryson St, Belfast
St Patrick’s Parish Church 212 Newtownards Rd, Belfast
St Peters Cathedral St Peters Square, Belfast
St Polycarps Church of Ireland 104 Upper Lisburn Rd, Finaghy, Belfast
St Stephens Parish Church Millfield, Belfast
St Agnes’s Parish 139 Andersonstwon Rd, Belfast
St Dorotheas Church Church of Ireland Gortland Park , Belfast
St Hilda’s Parish Church Seymour Hill, Rowan Drive, Dunmurry, Belfast
St Mary Magdalene Church of Ireland Donegall Pass, Belfast
Church of Ireland - outside Belfast  
Ballyward Castlewellan Rd, Hilltown
Bangor Abbey Parish Office Parochial Hall, Abbey St, Bangor
Bangor Church of Ireland Hamilton Rd, Bangor
Derryvolgie- St. Columbas Church Belsize Rd, Lisburn
Donaghadee Parish Church Church Place, Donaghadee
Down Cathedral English St, Downpatrick
Holy Trinity Parish Church Church St, Banbridge
Kilkeel Parish Church Newry St, Kilkeel
Lisburn Cathedral 24 Castle St, Lisburn
Magheralin Parish Church 12 New Forge Rd, Magheralin, Moira
Movilla Abbey Church of Ireland Movilla Rd, Newtownards
St Comgalls Parish Church Brunswick Rd, Bangor
St Ignatius, Church of Ireland Saintfield Rd, Carryduff
St Marks Church of Ireland Ballymacash Rd, Lisburn
St Marys Church of Ireland Chapel St, Newry
St Molus Parish Church Upper Newtownards Rd, Dundonald
St Joseph’s Church of Ireland Knockbrancken Drive, Carryduff
Presbyterian Churches in Belfast  
Presbyterian Church In Ireland Church House, Fisherwick Place, Belfast
Alexandra Presbyterian Church Castleton Ave, Belfast
Ballygomartin Presbyterian Church- Ballygomartin Rd, Belfast
Bloomfield Presbyterian Church Cyprus Ave, Belfast
Castlereagh Presbyterian Church 79 Church Rd, Castlereagh, Belfast
1st Presbyterian Church, Ballymacarret- 1 Paulett Ave, Belfast
Ballysillan Presbyterian Church 773 Crumlin Rd, Belfast
Duncairn & St Enochs Presbyterian Church 31 Carlisle Circus, Belfast
Belmont Presbyterian Church 92 Sydenham Ave, Belfast
Belvoir Presbyterian Church Dunseverick Ave, Belfast
Fisherwick Presbyterian Church 4 Chlorine Gardens, Belfast
Garnerville Presbyterian Church Old Holywood Rd, Belfast
Gilnakirk Presbyterian Church 161a Gilnakirk Rd, Belfast
Martyrs Memorial Free Presbyterian Church 356 Ravenhill Rd, Belfast
McCracken Memorial Presbyterian Church- Dowling Hall, Malone Rd, Belfast
McQuiston Memorial Presbyterian Church- Castlereagh Rd, Belfast
Malone Presbyterian Church Balmoral Ave, Belfast
Nelson Memorial Presbyterian Church- Annsbro St, Belfast
Orangefield Presbyterian Church 464 Castlereagh Rd, Belfast
Stranmillis Evangelical Presbyterian Church Stranmillis Rd, Belfast
Townsend Rd Presbyterian Church 32 Townsend St, Belfast
West Kirk Presbyterian Church 236a Shankill Rd, Belfast
Westbourne Presbyterian Church Newtownards Rd, Belfast
Windsor Presbyterian Church Lisburn Rd, Belfast
Woodvale Presbyterian Church Woodvale Rd, Belfast
Presbyterian Churches outside Belfast  
Ballyblack Presbyterian Church Ballyblack Rd, Newtownards
Ballygilbert Presbyterian Church Belfast Rd, Bangor, Helen’s Bay
Ballygowan Free Presbyterian Church- Belfast Rd, Ballygowan
1st Ballymoney Presbyterian Church- Meetinghouse Rd, Ballymoney
Ballymoney- St James Presbyterian Church St James Rd, Ballymoney
Ballyroney Presbyterian Church in Ballyroney village; Rev. Noel Ward
Ballywalter Presbyterian Church Main Street, Ballywalter
Banbridge Free Presbyterian Church Ballymoney Hill, Banbridge
Banbridge Presbyterian Church Banbridge Rd, Dromore
Bangor Free Presbyterian Church Clandeboye Rd, Bangor
1st Bangor Presbyterian Church Main St, Bangor
Bangor- Hamilton Rd Presbyterian Church Hamilton Rd, Bangor
Bangor-Trinity Presbyterian Church Main St, Bangor
Bangor- West Presbyterian Church Rathmore Rd, Bangor
Carryduff Presbyterian Church Church Rd, Carryduff
Clough Presbyterian Church The Square, Clough, Seaforde
1st Comber Presbyterian Church High St., Newtownards
Downpatrick Presbyterian Church Fountain St, Downpatrick
Dundonald- Christ Church, Presbyterian Millars Lane, Dundonald
Dunmurry Presbyterian Church Manse, 17 Ashley Park, Dunmurry
Dunmurry Presbyterian Church Trinity Hall Kingsway, Dunmurry
Dunmurry Free Presbyterian Church 1a Larch Hill, Dunmurry
Dunmurry- Kilmakee Presbyterian Church Willow Gardens, Seymour Hill, Dunmurry
Granshaw Presbyterian Church 48 Gransha Rd, Comber
1st Holywood Presbyterian Church Bangor Rd, Holywood
Kilkeel- Free Presbyterian Church Carrigenagh Rd, Kilkeel
Killinchy Presbyterian Church Craigarusky Rd, Killinchy
Legacurry Presbyterian Church Ballynahinch Rd, Baillies Mills
Lisburn-Harmony Hill Presbyterian Church Moss Rd, Lambeg, Lisburn
Lisburn- Hillhall Presbyterian Church 163 Hillhall Rd, Lisburn
Lisburn- Elmwood Presbyterian Church Ballymacash Rd Lisburn
Lisburn- Free Presbyterian Church 38 Richmond Court, Lisburn
Lisburn- Railway Street Presbyterian Church 11 Railway St, Lisburn
Lisnabreen Presbyterian Church Lisnabreen Walk, Bangor
Lissara Presbyterian Church The Square, Crossgar
1st Lurgan Presbyterian Church High Street, Lurgan
Newcastle Presbyterian Church 39 Main St, Newcastle
Newry- Downshire Road Presbyterian Downshire Rd, Newry
Scrabo Presbyterian Church Dakota Ave, Newtownards
Waringstown Presbyterian Church Mill Hill, Waringstown
   
Catholic Church
Addresses
Belfast parishes

PP = parish priest; CC = curate
Corpus Christi
CC- Westrock, Belfast: PP Matt Talbat Presbytery, Belfast
Greencastle PP -824 Shore Rd, Newtownabbey
Holy Cross PP, Holy Cross Retreat, Belfast
Holy Family CC- Holy Family Presbytery, Belfast
Holy Rosary CC- 501 Ormeau Rd, Belfast 7
Kilwee Parochial House, 130 Upper Dunmurry Lane, Dunmurry
Parish of the Nativity CC- Parochial House, Bell Steele Rd, Poleglass
St Agnes CC- 139 Andersontown Rd, Belfast: PP- 143 Andersonstown Rd, Belfast
St Annes PP- Parochial House, Kingsway, Belfast
St Bernadette's PP- 26 Willowbank Pk, Belfast
St Bernard's 165 Antrim Road, Newtownabbey
St Brigid's CC- 40 Derryvolgie Ave, Belfast: PP 44 Derryvolgie Rd Belfast
St Gerard's PP- 722 Antrim Rd, Belfast
St John's CC- 466 Falls Rd, Belfast 12: PP- 464 Falls Rd, Belfast 12
St Macnissi's PP- 1 Christine Rd, Newtownabbey
St Malachy's PP- 24 Alfred St, Belfast
St Mary's on the Hill CC- 142 Carnmoney Rd, Newtownabbey
St Mary's PP- Marquis St, Belfast 1
St Matthew's PP- St Matthews Presbytery, Belfast
St Michael's PP- St Michaels Presbytery, Belfast
St Oliver Plunkett CC- St Oliver Plunkett Presbytery, Belfast
St Patrick's PP St Patricks Prebytery, Belfast
St Paul's PP- St Pauls Presbytery, Belfast
St Peter's PP St Peter's Presbytery, Belfast
St Teresa’s CC- ‘Gartan’, Glen Rd, Belfast
Outside Belfast  
Diocese of Down & Connor)- see below for Dromore  
Ballyholme CC- 45 Ballyholme Esplanade, Bangor
Bangor St Columba’s PP Kilcooley, Bangor
Castlewellan (Kilmegan) PP- Parochial House, Castlewellan
Crossgar (Kilmore) CC- Parochial House, Teconnaught
Downpatrick CC- Ballykilbeg Rd, Downpatrick & PP- Parochial House, Downpatrick
Drumaroad PP- 15 Drumaroad, Seaforde
Drumbo & Carryduff PP- 546 Saintfield Rd, Carryduff
Dundrum (Tyrella) CC- Ballykinler
Dunsford & Ardglass PP- Parochial House, Ardglass
Holywood CC- My Lady’s Mile, Holywood
Kilcoo PP- Parochial House, Rathfriland
Kilkeel (Upper) PP- Greencastle Rd, Kilkeel
Killough - Bright PP- 22 Castle St, Ardglass
Killyleagh PP- 4 Irish Street, Killyleagh
Kircubbin (Ardkeen) PP –46 Blackstaff Rd, Ballycranbeg
Lisburn CC- 27 Chapel Hill, Lisburn
Loughinisland PP- Parochial House, Seaforde
Lower Mourne CC- Parochial House, Ballymartin: PP- 284 Glassdrummond
Rd, Annalong  
Newcastle (Maghera) CC- Main Street, Newcastle
Newry, St Brigids PP- Rooney’s Meadow, Newry
Newtownards PP- 71 North Street. Newtownards
Portaferry (Ballyphilip) PP- Parochial House, Portaferry
Saintfield (Carrickmannon) CC- 79 Carrickmannon Rd, Ballygowan: PP- 33 Crossgar Rd,
Saintfield  
Saul & Ballee CC- 36 Ballycruttle Rd, Ardglass: PP- 10 St Patrick St, Saul
Strangford (Kilclief) CC- 48 Bishops Court Rd, Downpatrick: PP- Shore Rd,Strangford
Diocese of Dromore  
Annaclone PP- Parochial House, Annaclone
Ballynahinch PP- Parochial House, Ballynahinch
Banbridge PP, Parochial House, Banbridge
Barnmeen - Drumgath PP- Parochial House, Barnmeen
Barr PP- Parochial House, Barr
Burren - Dromara PP- Parochial House, Burren
Cabra - Hillsborough PP- Parochial House, Cabra
Craigavon PP- Parochial House, Craigavon
Dromara PP- Parochial House, Dromara
Dromore PP- Parochial House, Dromore
Drumaness CC- Parochial House, Drumaness
Gargory/ Gargarry PP- Parochial House, Gargory, Drumgooland
Gilford PP- Parochial House Gilford
Hilltown- PP- Parochial House, 17 Castlewellan Rd, Hilltown
Kilwarlin PP- Parochial House, Kilwarin
Leitrim PP- Ballydrumman Rd, Ballyward, Drumgooland
Lurgan- St Pauls PP- Parochial House, St Pauls, Lurgan
Lurgan- St Peters PP- Parochial House, St Peters, Lurgan
Magheralin CC- Parochial House, Magheralin
Mayobridge PP- Parochial House, Mayobridge
Newry PP- 58 Armagh Rd, Newry
Newry Cathedral PP- 38 Hill Street, Newry
Rathfriland PP- Parochial House, 17 Castlewellan Rd, Hilltown
Rostrevor CC- Parochial House, Rostrevor
Shinn PP- Parochial House, Shinn
Warrenpoint PP- Parochial House, Warrenpoint
 
 
Other Denominations  
In Belfast  
Apostolic Church 113 Great Victoria St, Belfast 2
Ballynafeigh Church Hall Florence Ville Drive, Belfast
Belfast Central Mission 5 Glengall St, Belfast
Belfast Hebrew Congregation 5 Fortwilliam Gardens, Belfast
Belvoir Christian Fellowship Belvoir Drive, Belfast
Bethshan Tabernacle North Boundary St, Belfast
Bible Society in Northern Ireland Bible House, 27 Howard St, Belfast
Branagh Memorial Church Ballymacarrett Rd, Belfast
Christian Fellowship Church Cregagh- 52 Redcar St, Belfast
Church of God Conway Street, Belfast
Church of God at Glenmachan Glenmachan Rd, Belfast
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 16 Old Cavehill Rd, Belfast
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 32 Annadale Embankment, Rosetta,Belfast
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 403 Holywood Rd, Belfast
Church Missionary Society 61-67 Donegall St, Belfast
City Church 12-24 University Ave, Belfast
Elim Christian Centre, 120a Alexandra Park Ave, Belfast & 20 Kings Rd, Belfast
1st Church of Christ Scientist 6 University Ave, Belfast
1st Church of the Nazarene 140a Skegonell Ave, Belfast
Jehovah’s Witness 9 Belmont Park, Belfast 4
Kinghan Church 13 Botanic Ave, Belfast
Malvern Assembly 152 Agnes St, Belfast
Megain Memorial Church of the Nazarene- 267 Newtownards Rd, Belfast
Metropolitan Tabernacle Shore Rd, Belfast
Paton Memorial Church Lisburn Rd, Belfast
Quakers Religious Society of Friends- Meeting House, Frederick St, Belfast
Salvation Army 110 Cregagh Rd, Belfast
Salvation Army 40 Dublin Rd, Belfast
Salvation Army 30 Nendrum Gardens, Belfast
Shalom Christian Church 197 Beersbridge Rd, Belfast
South Belfast Elim Pentecostal Church 77 Donegall Pass, Belfast
Templemore Hall Assembly 129 Templemore Ave, Belfast
Ulster Temple Ravenhill Rd, Belfast
Outside Belfast  
Ballykeel Gospel Hall Ballykeel Rd, Ballymartin, Kilkeel
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Belsize Road, Lisburn
Church on the Way 35 Ballymaconaghy Rd, Carryduff
Comber Christian Centre Mill Street, Comber
Cornerstone Community Church 80 Ballyreagh Rd, Newtownards
Dundonald Elim Pentecostal Church- 2 East Link Rd, Dundonald
Elim Pentecostal Church Bloomfield Rd, Bangor
Elim Pentecostal Church 46 Belfast Rd, Lisburn
Kings Fellowship 196 Seacliff Rd, Bangor
Lisburn Christian Fellowship 2 Queens Rd, Lisburn
Salvation Army Meetinghouse St, Ballymoney
Salvation Army Albert St, Bangor
Salvation Army 13 Bridge St, Lisburn
Salvation Army 21 Edith Helen Rd, Newtownards
Salvation Army Dundonald, Newtownards
Seventh Day Adventists 9 Newry Rd, Banbridge

 

Methodist Churches
In Belfast
 
Methodist Church in Ireland
3 Fountainville Ave, Belfast
Bloomfield Methodist Church 163-167 Grand Parade, Belfast
Cregagh Methodist Church 28 Cregagh Rd, Belfast
Finaghy Methodist Church Upper Lisburn Rd, Belfast
Jennymount Methodist Church, North Queen St , Belfast
Joanmount Methodist Church 1 Wallasey Park, Belfast
Knock Methodist Church 17 Knock Rd, Belfast
Sydenham Methodist Church 92 Palmerston Rd, Belfast
University Rd Methodist Church Fountainville Ave, Belfast
Outside Belfast  
Cairnshill Methodist Church Primrose Hill, Carryduff
Donaghadee Methodist Church 2-6 Moat St, Donaghadee
Lisburn Methodist Church 46 Seymour St, Lisburn
Baptist Churches
In Belfast
 
Baptist Union of Ireland 117 Lisburn Rd, Belfast
Bloomfield Baptist Church 25 Upper Newtownards Rd, Belfast
Castlereagh Baptist Church Castlereagh Rd, Belfast
Finaghy Baptist Church Black's Rd, Belfast
Great Victoria St Baptist Church 1 Little Victoria St, Belfast
Milltown Baptist Church Milltown Rd, Belfast
Mountpottinger Baptist Tabernacle Templemore Ave, Belfast
Strandtown Baptist Church 1 Clonallen Court, Belfast
Outside Belfast  
Ballykeel Baptist Church Dromara Rd, Dromara
Ballynahinch Baptist Church 24 Lisburn St, Ballynahinch
Banbridge Baptist Church Newry St, Banbridge
Donaghadee Baptist Church 2 Millisle Rd, Donaghadee
Grace Baptist Church Kinross Ave, Tullycarnet, Dundonald
Hamilton Rd Baptist Church Hamilton Rd, Bangor
Kilkeel Baptist Tabernacle 70 Newcastle Rd, Kilkeel
Lambeg Baptist Church 1 Bells Lane, Lisburn
Moira Baptist Church Clarehill Rd, Moira
Newcastle Baptist Church 17 Bryansford Rd, Newcastle
Newry Baptist Church 11 Downshire Place, Newry

 

This is list of current newspapers and their addresses

Name of newspaper address
Banbridge Leader 25 Bridge Street, Banbridge
Banbridge Chronicle 14 Bridge Street, Banbridge
Church of Ireland Gazette 36 Bachelors Walk, Lisburn
County Down Outlook Castle Street, Rathfriland
Down Democrat Market Street, Downpatrick
Down Recorder 2-4 Church Street, Downpatrick
Dromore Leader 30a Market Square, Dromore
Holywood Advertiser 99 Princess Gardens, Holywood
Mourne Observer Castlewellan Road, Newcastle
Newry Advertiser 6 Abbey Yard, Newry
Outlook Press 72 High Street, Kilkeel
Spectator Newspaper 109 Main Street, Bangor
Tee to Green 103 Rubane Street, Kircubbin
Ulster Star 12a Bow Street, Lisburn

 

Topographical Terms

Meaning of some of the suffixes and prefixes of Irish townland names
I've collected this list from many sources over a period of years of research

Prefix or Suffix Irish meaning
annagh or anna marsh
ard height or high
bally a settlement of some sort
beg little
boy yellow
bro or broagh edge of
brae a hill with a road over it
burren rocky area
cahard high bog
cargy/ carrigan/ cargan/ cargin/ creggan rocks
carrick a rock
carrow a quarterland , meaning part of a townland
cashel castle
cill church
clief or cleithe wattle or timber
coinin or coney rabbit
cloch stone
clonta a meadow
coney or coinin rabbit
corragh rugged or pointed
cott wooden boat
craig rocky or crag
creevy many branches; a wooden district
cu - in people's names a champion or graceful, swift, courageous
curragh marsh
darragh bulls
derry oak grove or woods
donagh church
doo black
drin or dron humps or ridges
drum/ drom/ drim translates as back but means a ridge or hill
dun fort of chieftains
eden or edna high brow (of a hill)
fofann a place abounding with thistles
gar short
glas green
inish island
kil / killy a church or sometimes a wood
knock a hill
leggy a hollow
let grave
lis fort
lough lake
maghera a plain
meel ants
money shrubs
more big
na of
naive saint
ness weasel
neve saint
nua new
ra or rae a level place
rath hill fort
rin ridge
ros a promontory or grove
shannagh foxes
slieve mountain
talagh a hillock
tanagh mound or rampart
tieve hillside
tonnagh/ tonagh a field, a woodland
tooder tanner
tullach hill
tully a hill or mound
turk boar

 

This is a list of people who subscribed to a charity in 1836
Co. Down, Ireland

Aghnatrisk Anacloy Aghandunverran Ballyhomra Ballykeel- Artifinny Ballykeel- Ednagonel Ballyworfy
Carnreagh Clougher Corcreeny Dromatihue Ednacullo Hillsborough Castle Hillsborough town
Lisadian Lisburn Magheragarry Maze Lower Maze Middle Maze Upper Newry
Toughblane Tullynore          

 

Aghnatrisk in Blaris parish: Collection for the Poor House James Erwin (10 shillings); John McKeown (10 shillings); William Carlisle ( 5 shillings); Anthony McIntyre (5 shillings); John Watson (4 shillings); Elizabeth Meredith ( 4 shillings) William Cochrane ( 2 shillings and 6 pence); Isaac Gorman ( 2 shillings & 6 pence) ; John Faulkner (2 shillings & 6 pence); John Green ( 12 shillings)

Anacloy in Blaris parish: Collection for the Poor House Alexander Davis (10 shillings); Hugh Martin ( 10 shillings); Bernard Willoughby ( 3 shillings & 9 pence); David Bradshaw ( 2 shillings & 6 pence) ; Harvey Bradshaw (2 shillings & 6 pence); Arthur Bradshaw (2 shilling & 6 pence); Hugh Weir (2 shillings & 6 pence); John Kerr (2 shillings & 6 pence); Bernard Maginis ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); John Stephenson (6 pence); John Steward ( 7 pence ha'penny); Widow McPherson (6 pence); James Davis (1 shilling & 3 pence); William McPherson ( 2 shilling & 6 pence); Thomas McPherson ( 2 shilling & 6 pence); George Bradshaw ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); George Smnyth ( 2 shillings)

Aghadunverran in Hillsborough parish; Collection for the Poor House John McClughan (£1); Abraham Jordan (5 shillings); John Thronton (10 shillings); William McKee (7 shillings); Edward and James Stewart ( 4 shillings); William Mercer (6 shillings); William Thornton ( 4 shillings); Robert Sterling (1 shilling); Hugh Cairns ( 2 shillings); Isaac Archer ( 2shilling & 6 pence); James Dickson ( 4 shillings); Jonathan Archer ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Hugh Sterling ( 4 shillings); Joseph Kelly ( 4 shillings); Thomas Watson ( 5 shillings); George Lawson ( 4 shillings); James & Robert Sterling ( 8 shillings); Alexander Burrowes (2 shillings); James Lawson (2 shillings & 6 pence); Andrew Rankin ( 2 shillings & 6 pence) Abraham Jordan junior ( 4 shillings); William Jordan ( 1 shilling); Robert Matthews (1 shilling); Andrew Jordan ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); William McKee ( 1 shilling & 6 pence);

Ballyhomra in Hillsborough parish: Collection of the Poor House Mrs Corry (10 shillings); William White (5 shillings); William Gardner (5 shillings); David Ferguson (5 shillings); Mrs Gradner (5 shillings); Hugh McDowell ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); George Wilson (1 shilling); Mrs McKibbin ( 2 shillings); Samuel Williamson ( 2 shillings); Samul Milliken ( 1 shilling); James Beaty ( 1 shilling); Edward Armer ( 1 shilling); John Wade ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); William Wilson ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); John Reid ( 1 shilling); Sameul Warner ( 2 shillings); James Walker ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Robert McTeer ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Joseph Harrison ( 2 shillings); James Morgan ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Thomas Waterwork ( 2 shillings); Joshua Harrison ( shillings & 6 pence)

Ballykeel- Artifinney in Hillsborough parish; Collection of The Poor House William Archer (£1); James Chambers (4 shillings); William Gilligan (4 shillings); Alexander Stanfield ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Philip Thornton (4 shillings); Robert Johnson (2 shillings); William Johnson (2 shillings); David Clotworthy (5 shillings); James Gilligan ( 2 shillings); Henry Huston (2 shillings); John Dukey (4 shillings); James Trittrington (2 shillings & 6 pence); Thoasm Hume (15 shillings); James Megahy (15 shillings); James Woods ( £1); Henry Johnson (8 shillings); John Green (8 shillings); Robert McQuiggan (2 shillings); Richard Watson ( 2 shillings); Daniel Mooney ( 2 shillings); John Gorman ( 5 shillings); John Steele ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Samuel Crangle ( 2 shillings); James Wilson ( 2 shillings); Isaac Cox (3 shillings); William McBride ( 4 shillings); James McCarten ( 1 shilling);

Ballykeel- Ednagonel in Hillsborough parish; Collection for the Poor House William Green ( 5 shillings); James Beatty (4 shillings); Joseph Spence (4 shillings); John Turner (4 shillings); George Beatty ( 4 shillings); Robert Carson ( 1 shilling); Samuel Gibson ( 3 shillings); William Chapman ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Richard Wilson ( 2 shilling & 6 pence); James Wright ( 2 shillings); John Wright ( 2 shillings); Stewart Beatty ( 2 shillings); David Gibson ( 1 shilling & 4 pence); Robert Becket (2 shillings); Thomas Beatty ( 2 shillings); Dorothy Beatty ( 4 1/2 pence); in Blaris parish: Samuel McGifford ( 2 shillings & 6 pence);Johnstone Walker ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Robert Galley (1 shilling & 9 pence); Robert Galley junior ( 2 shillings & 3 pence);William Connor ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); John Patterson ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Alexander Mateer ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); William Fowler ( 2 shillings); David Fowler ( 2 shillings); Moses McClelland ( 2 shillings); Thomas Galley ( 2 shillings); Robert Little ( 2 shillings); Henry McCann ( 2 shillings); James Mulholland ( 2 shillings); William McMullan ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); James McGrath ( 2 shillings); James Fowler ( 1 shilling & 1 penny & a half penny); James Ewart ( 1 shilling);

Ballyworfy in Hillsborough parish; Collection for the Poor House Lieut. Cowan (10 shillings); Thomas Neilson ( 10 shillings); James Jefferson ( 4 shillings); William Ball ( 4 shillings); David Coburn ( 4 shillings); Alexander Cordner ( 2 shillings); David Reid ( 1 shilling); John Brown ( 5 shillings); William Dails ( 2 shillings); William Molloy ( 2 shillings & 4 pence); Samuel Morrow ( 12 shillings); John Gibson ( 3 shillings); James Fisher ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); John Rainey ( 2 shillings); Joseph Scott ( 2 shillings); John Crothers ( 2 shillings & 6 pence)

Carnreagh in Hillsborough parish; Collection for the Poor House Mrs Magill (£1); William Greer ( 4 shillings); George Patterson ( 1shilling); John Greeg (2 shillings); Robert McKeown (2 shillings); Robert Emerson (2 shillings); Thomas Davis (5 shillings); John Davis ( 2 shillings); Davis Ewart ( 2 shillings); John Walker ( 2 shillings); Samuel Hazely (2 shillings & 6 pence); John Mercer ( 2 shillings); David Coburn ( 2 shillings); John Dawson ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); Thomas McAtee ( 2 shillings); Collins Hall ( 5 shillings); Thomas Gill ( 2 shillings); James Kirk ( 2 shillings); Matthew Finlay ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); William Finlay ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); John Harrison ( 2 shillings); John Galley ( 2 shillings); John Bell ( 2 shillings & 9 pence); Thomas Walker ( w shillings & 6 pence); John Emerson ( 2 shillings);

Clougher in Hillsborough parish; Collection for the Poor House John Catney (14 shillings); Georger McKee (14 shillings); Edward Maguire (2 shillings & 6 pence); Stephenson mercer (3 shillings); Matthew Balmer ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); William Balmer ( 2 shillings);Isaac Gibson (2 shillings); George McKee (2 shillings & 6 pence); Wilson Beatty ( 2 shillings); Henry Bell ( 2 shillings & 6 pence(; John Hawthorne (5 shillings); Henry Brereton ( 5 shillings); John Drake; 5 shillings); John Feris ( 2 shillinsg & 6 pence); Hugh Drake (5 shillings & 3 pence); James Cargan ( 7 shillings); Peter McKee ( 3shillings): John Cromie ( 5 shillings); George Hamilton ( 4 shillings); Catharine Redmond (5 shillings & 6 pence); John Crothers ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Samuel Wright ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); David Wright ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Alexander McPherson Welsh ( 10 shillings); John McConkey ( 7 shillings & 6 pence); Nichoals Smith (2 shillings); George McKee (1 shilling & 6 pence); James Johnston ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); Hugh Johnston ( 1 shilling & 1 half penny); Hugh Smith ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); John Smith ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); Daniel Murray ( 1 shilling & 6 pence);

Corcreeny townland in Hillsborough parish; Collection of the Poor House Rev. Mr. Zula ( £1); John McLeavy ( £1); John Tittrington ( 15 shillings); Thomas Walker (10 shillings): William Brereton ( 15 shillings); James Tittrington ( 5 shillings); John Malcolm ( 10 shillings); Jacob Welsh ( 2 shillings); Sarah Welsh ( 2 shillings); Henry Welsh ( 2 shillings); William Ellis ( 1 shilling & 3 pence); Mrs, Carlisle ( 1 shilling & 3 pence); John Welsh ( 1 shilling & 3 pence); Henry Welsh ( 1 shilling & 3 pence); John Wilson ( 1 shilling & 3 pence); Mrs Brenna ( 1 shilling); John Lilly ( 2 shillings)p; William Beatty ( 4 shillings); George Cregan ( 4 shillings); Widow Grant ( 2 shillings); James Johnston ( 2 shillings); Andrew Stanfield ( 4 shillings); Thomas Chambers ( 4 shillings); Brereton Stanfield ( 2 shillings); Widdow Johnston ( 2 shillings); John Johnston ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); John McCracken ( 2 shillings & 6 pence): Hugh Johnson ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); Samuel Harper ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); William Harper ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Widow Harper ( 4 shillings)

Dromatihue townland in Hillsborough parish ;Collection for The Poor HouseWilliam Johnston ( 5 shillings); John Halliday ( 5 shillings); John Walker ( 5 shillings); John Boyd ( 5 shillings); James Burrowes ( 5 shillings); James McClure (4 shillings); Arthur Tate ( 3 shillings & 6 pence); Daniel Magee ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Trevor Tittrington ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); John Moore ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); James Lockhart ( 3 hillings); Robert Burrowes ( 2 shillings); William McAlister ( 2 shillings) John McAlister ( 2 shillings); Joseph Chambers ( 2 shillings); William Hamilton ( 1 shilling & 6 pence);

Ednacullo townland in Hillsborough parish; Collection for The Poor House Robert Kairns ( 3 shillings); James Smyth ( 3 shillings); Jeremiah Smyth ( 1 shilling); James Smyth junior (1 shillings & 6 pence); John Faris ( 3 shillings); John Tate (1 shilling); William Smyth ( 1 shillings);Robert Bell ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); William Green ( 5 shillings); William Henry Kain ( 3 shillings); Robert Ford ( 5 shillings); Hugh Rogan ( 2 shillings); Hugh Rogan junior ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); William Wilson ( 2 shillings); Mary Gilmore ( 4 shillings); Thomas Mattison ( 1 shilling & 3 pence); James Mattison ( 2 shilling & 6 pence); Robert Mattison ( 2 shillings); John Kerr ( 1 shilling); Thomas Kerr ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Hercules Kerr ( 2 shillings); Widow McGovney ( 1 shilling); John Murray ( 1 shilling); Robert Emerson ( 3 shillings);

Hillsborough Castle in Hillsborough town- Collection for The Poor House The Marquis of Downshire ( £150) ; the Earl of Hillsborough (£ 25)

Hillsborough town in Hillsborough parish;Collection for The Poor House

William Edmund Reilly Esq. (£10); Hercules Bradshaw Esq. (£ 8); The Archdeacon of Down (£6); John Jefferson (£5); James Henderson (£3); Thomas Parry (£3); Dr. Moorhead ( £2); Daniel Magill (£2); George Crickard ( £2); Samuel Waring (£2); James Scott (£2); Mrs. Stacpoole (£2); Rev. H.J. Dobbin (£1); Francis Farrah (£1); Captain Hodgson (£1); William Nash (£1); John Robinson ( £1); James F. Bradshaw (£); Anthony Scandrett (£ 1); Moses Tate (£): Surgeon Paxton (£1); Charles Adams ( £1); Henry Murray ( £1); Edward McConkey ( £1); Hans Baird ( £1); Thomas Toan ( 10 shillings); William Gibson ( 10 shillings); Thomas Scott ( 10 shillings); John Hatton ( 10 shillings); George Radford ( 10 shillings); Henry May ( 10 shillings); Joseph Hollings( 10 shillings); Joseph Johnton ( 10 shillings); Thomas Robinson ( 5 shillings); James Greer ( 5 shillings); William E. Teague ( 10 shillings); William Carrey ( 7 shillings & 6 pence); Moses Mercer (10 shillings); James Crozier ( 8 shiloings); Alexander Gaw ( 5 shillings); Valentine Ellis (5 shillings); Hugh Patterson (5 shillings); John Carrothers ( 5 shillings); John Hamilton ( 5 shillings); Thomas Hollings( 5 shillings); Surgeon Clealand ( 5 shillings); Moses Mercer ( 5 shillings); John Reid ( 5 shillings); William Ellis ( 4 shillings); Joseph Smyth ( 4 shillings); John Simpson (4 shillings); Thomas Galley ( 4 shillings); James Newlands ( 4 shillings); Timothy Laughlin ( 4 shillings); J. Knoc Millar ( 4 shillings); Isaac Patterson ( 4 shillings); Thomas Stewart ( 4 shillings); James Cregan ( 4 shillings); William Hunter ( 1 shilling); James Hunter ( 2 shillings); Surgein Gilpin ( 3 shillings); Moses Huntre ( 3 shillings); Mrs. McLorn ( s hillings); Kenneth McKenzie ( 2 shillings); Henry Johnston ( 5 shillings); John McDuff ( 5 shillings); John Smyth ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Matthew Wright ( 1 shilling & 3 pence); Joseph Armstrong ( 1 shilling & 3 pence); Robert Carson ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); John Walker ( 10 shillings);

Collection for the Dispensary; Marquis of Downshire (£20); William E. Reilly (£2); Andrew Cowan ( £2.2.0); Archdeacon of Down ( £1.10.0); James Magill (£1.5.0; )John S. Hawkshaw (£1.1.0); J.N. Moorhead M.D. (£1.1.0); Rev. W. Moorhead (£1.1.0); J.K. Clarke (£1.1.0); Thomas J. Smith (£1.1.0); Hercules Bradshaw (£1.1.0); James C. Moreland (£1.1.0); Thomas Parry (£1.1.0); John Henderson (£1.1.0); John Jefferson (£1.1.0); Rev H.J. Dobbin (£1.1.0); Magill & Bradshaw (£1.1.0); Hugh Moore (£1); George Crickard (£1); William Mussenden (£1); Surgeon Marshall ( 10 shillings & 6 pence); William Archer (10 shillings); Henry Murray ( 10 shillings); Rev C. Lett ( 10 shillings); Jeremiah Harvey (10 shillings); Edward McConkey ( 10 shillings); James Henderson ( 10 shillings); Henry Davis ( 10 shillings); John Green ( 10 shillings); John Knox ( 10 shillings); William Nash ( 10 shillings); Samuel Waring (10 shillings); Distillery Company ( 10 shillings); John McClughan ( 10 shillings);

Lisadian townland in Hillsborough; Collection for the Poor House James Archer ( £1); Thomas Scandrett (£ 1.5.0); Isaac Turner (£1); David Erwin (£1); John Turner (10 shillings); Haliday Welsh ( 10 shillings); James Hanna ( 4 shillings); John Dugan ( 4 shillings); James Johnson ( 4 shillings); James Lockhart ( 4 shillings); John Gooley ( 4 shillings); John McClure ( 4 shillings); James Archer juniro ( 8 shillings); R.J. Murray ( 10 shillings); John Livingston ( 4 shillings); William Turner ( 5 shillings); David Burrowes ( 4 shillings); Thomas Borlin ( 4 shillings); Robert Blythe ( 10 shillings); William Sands ( 2 shillings & 6 pence);

Lisburn Charitable Society; Blaris parish; list of subscribers

Castle Street District #1: John Richardson Esq. & Mr Edward Bolton, collectors: Miss Fox ( 10 shillings); James Hogg Esq.(£4); Dr Thompson (£1); Mr Samuel Gamble (10 shillings); Mr William Dillon(10 shillings); Thomas J. Smyth Esq.(£6); Miss Fletcher (£8.6.2.); Mr Hamilton McKay (5 shillings); Mrs Gregg (£1); William Gregg Esq. (£4); Rev Edward Cordner (£4); Rev Dean Stannus (£10); David Legg Esq (£1); Dr Charles Cupples (£1); Dr Thompson ( £3); William Caldbeck Esq (£6.10.0); Miss Crawford (£1);Dr Stewart (£ 5); Mrs Hogg (£3);Mrs Floier (£3); Miss Jones (£2);Samuel Herron Esq (£1); Mr George Boomer ( 10 shillings); Mr John Rogers (2shillings & 6 pence); James G. Richardson Esq (£1.10.0); Mrs Younghusband (£2.10.0); Mr Samuel Kennedy (£1); John Richardson Esq ( £6); Mr Francis Weldon (£1); Mrs Trail (£6);Lucas Warring Esq (£1.10.0); John Birney Esq (£4); Rev Edward Cupples (£5); Mr Hugh Boyd (5 shillings); Mr William Barbour, Hilden (£2); Rev Ralph Bridge (£1); Mrs Corkin (£ 2);Miss Cupples (£2);Mr John Vernon ( 10 shillings); Mr John McDowel (1 shilling & 6 pence);Mr John McConnell (2 shillings & 6 pence);Mr Adam McClure (1 shilling & 6 pence); surgeon Turner (2 shillings & 6 pence); Mr Robert Graham (1 shilling & 6 pence); Mr David Hammond ( 2 shillings & 6 pence);

Market Square district # 2; Mr Robert McClure & Mr David Mack, collectors: Mr Thomas Becket ( 8 shillings); Mr William Murray (5 shillings); Mr E. Neiley (13 shillings & 4 pence); Mr William Singleton (5 shillings); Mr John Singleton ( 10 shillings); Messrs Jefferson (10 shillingbgs); Mr William Graham (£3);Mr John Money ( 6 shillings); Mr Robert McClure (16 shillings); Mr John Sitherwood (6 shillings); Mr Michael Savage (6 shillings); Mr John Millar (£1.10.0);Mr George Phelan (10 shillings); Mr Matthew Mussen (£1.10.); Mr Thomas Mussen ( 8 shillings); Mr John Chapman (10 shillings); Mr John Reid (nil); Mr Hugh Seed ( £1); Mr John Greeves (£); Mr Francis Farrell (nil); Mr John Crosley (£ 1.10.0); Mr Thomas Johnson (16 shillings); Mr James Phillips (nil); Mr J. McGurk (nil); Mrs McCaughtry (nil); Mr Robert Mussen (5 shillings); Mr James Hagan (£1); Mr Thomas Gillespie (10shillings); Mr William Greer (2 shillings);Mr Robert Bailey (4 shillings); Mr T. McKeown (5 shillings); Messrs Coulson (£12); Mr James Mussen ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Mr John Clarke (nil);Mr James Murray ( 2 shillings); Mr James McConnell (4 shillings); Mr John Moore ( £1); Mr George Major (£); Mr George McAfee (4 shillings); Dr Kelso (5 shillings): Dr McDonnell (£1); Mr John Lapper (4 shillings); Dr Wethered (£1.10.0 & gifts £4.10.0); Mr David Mack (16 shillings); Mr A. Lawson (2 shillings & 6 pence); Mr William Burrows (5 shillings); Mr James Ward (£10); Messrs Harlen & Dobbin (nil); Mr George Duncan (£ 1); Mr William Harvey (6 shillings); Mr John Herron ( 10 shillings);

Bow Street district #3; Mr John C. Hill and Mr William Collins, collectors: Mr David Beatty (£ 2); Miss Jane Greer (4 shillings); Mrs Beatty (7 shillings & 6 pence); Mr George Thompson (4 shillings);Mr Parker Major (£1.5.0); Mr Tittertod (2 shillings &6 pence); Mr Hugh McCall (£1); J.N. Richardson Esq (£3.10.0);Mr John Owden (£5);Henry Higginson Esq (£3); Mr Robert Cordner (4 shillings);Mr William Frazer (4 shillings); Mr William Boomer (1 shilling & 6 poence); Mr George Wilson ( 4shillings); Mr Henry Bell ( 5 shillings); Mr William Elliott ( 4 shillings); Mr John McLaughlin ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Mr G. Armstrong (2 shillings); Miss Russel (6 shillings); Mr William Bell ( 2 shillings); Mr John Hicks (£1); Mr Robert McCall (£1.10.0); Mr Robert Stewart (£2); Mrs Mary Richardson (£3); Mr F.H. O'Flaherty (5 shillings); Mr Thomas Dugan ( 1 shilling); Mr John Singleton (2 shillings & 6 pence); Mr James Hanna ( 2 shillings); Miss A. Fulton (£1); Rev Mr Smyth PP (£1);Mr Francis Turner ( 5 shillings); Mr William Collins (£1); Mr Thomas Pattison (10 shillings); Mr John C. Hill (£1); Mrs H.J. Garrett (£1); Mr Reney Boomer ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); Mr James McClure ( 3 shillings); Mr Alexander Brownlee (10 shillings); Mr John Brownlee (3 shillings); Mr William J. Spence ( 2 shillings); Mr Robert Dixon ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); William Whitla Esq (£4); Mr George Armstrong ( 2 shillings); Mr William Dawson ( 5 shillings); Mr Richard Mills ( 1 shilling); Mr John Boomer ( 4 shillings); Mr James Thompson (10 shillings); Mr George Smyth ( 4 shillings); Mr Henry McCarry (£1); Mr Edward Gibson (£1); Mr C.W. Alderdice ( 10 shillings); Mrs Eliza Dawson ( 5 shillings); Mr George Megarry ( 4 shillings); Mr Michael Linn ( 4 shillings); Mr Arthur McCartney ( 10 shillings); Mr John Belshaw ( 3 shillings); Mr J. Moore ( 1 shilling); Mr George Boomer ( 4 shillings);

Bridge Street district #4: Mr Richard Mulholland and John Woods junior, collectors; Cunningham Boyd Esq (£3); Rev A. Henderson (£1.10.0); Rev Mr Armstrong ( 10 shillings); Mr Henry Mulholland ( £1.10.0); Dr Handcock (£1); Mrs Ann Bell (£1); Mr Alexander Bell (8 shillings & 6 pence); Mr James Patterson (8 shillings); Mrs Thompson(8 shillings); Mr James Gordon (nil); Mr William Smyth (1 shilling & 4 pence); Mr Hicks (10 shillings); Mr Henry Bell ( 6 pence); Mr Richard Foote ( 4 shillings); Mr Joy Glenn ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Mr William Ross (6 pence); Mr D. McGourland ( 1 shilling); Mr John Anderson ( 2 shillings); Mr Samuel Pelan ( 6 pence); Mr Robert McAlister (nil); Mrs A.J. Clarke (nil); Mrs A. Sorbey(nil); Mrs George Simpson (nil); Mr William Major ( 1 shilling); Mr John Smyth (1 shilling); Mr George Rollins (nil);Mr George McKee (1 shilling); Mr James McCree (1 shilling); Mr Saywell Clarke (nil);Mr George Dugan ( 2 shillings); Mr William Edgar (4 shillings); Mr William Trimble (nil); Mr John Murphy (nil); Mr James Dornan (nil); Mr David Finlay ( 2 shillings); Mr Henry Kelly (4 shillings); Mr James McGowan (nil); Mr Alexander Magill (nil); Mr Hugh Mulholland (1 shilling); Mr John Young (4 shillings); Mr Arthur Morgan ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Mr Edward Farrell (2 shillings & 6 pence); Mr John Biddulph (2 shillings & 6 pence); Mr James Crawford ( 4 shillings); Mr John Gillen (10 shillings); Mr William McLaughlin ( 2 shillings); Mr John Woods enior ( 7 shillings & 7 pence); John Woods junior (£1); Mr thomas Stewart (1 shillings & 6 pence); Mr Humphrey Boyd (4 shillings & 6 pence); Mr William Woods (10 shillings); Mr Richard Mulholland (£1); Mr Halliday Nelson ( 4 shillings); Mrs Thompson (1 shilling);

Magheragarry townland in Blaris parish; Collection for the Poor House Lieutenant-Colonel Hawkshaw (£3); Lieutenant Clarke (£1); Samuel Clarke (£1); James Taggart (15 shillings); John Kain ( 5 shillings); John Keery ( 10 shillings) Robert Kerr (5 shillings); James McMaster ( 5 shillings); Moses Buchanan ( 5 shillings); Owen McAteer ( 5 shillings); Edward McBride ( 2 shillinhs & 6 pence); John Smyth ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Owen McAteer junior ( 5 shillings);

Maze Lower in Blaris parish; Collection for the Poor House William Shaw (£1.10.0) William Gardner ( 7shillings & 6 pence); Thomas Bunting ( 5 shillings); Mary Singleton ( 5 shillings) ; John Chapman ( 5 shillings); Jonathan Shaw ( 5 shillings); David McBride ( 5 shillings); Arthur Parkinson ( 4 shillings); Silas Singleton ( 3 shillings); George Singleton ( 3 shillings); Samuel Dickson (3 shillings); William Chapman ( 3 shillings); David Cooper ( 3 shillings); James Hare ( 3 shillings); William McCoy ( 3 shillings); John Cherry ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Edward Leathem ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); James McCarthy ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); John Morgan ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); John Morgan junior ( 2 shillings); Francis Singleton (2 shillings); John Hinds ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); George Bradshaw ( 2 shillings); William Singleton ( 2 shillings); John Morgan ( 2 shillings & 2 pence); Thomas McCarthy ( 2 shillings); James McGuigan ( 2 shillings); Ellen McBride ( 2 shillings); Trevor Hare ( 1 shilling); Shaw McKibbin ( 1 shilling);

Maze Middle in Blaris parish; Collection for the Poor House John Knox ( £1); William Carnahan ( 5 shillings); Anthony Loughlin ( 5 shillings); Thomas Stalford (2 shillings & 6 pence); William Carnaghan senior 2 shillings & 6 pence); Thomas Cooper ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); James Kirckland ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); John Dogherty ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Thomas McBride ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); James McBride ( 1 shilling & 10 pence); John Haddock ( 2 shillings & 6 pence);William Buchanan ( 2 shillings); William Topping 2 shillings & 6 pence); Allan Barr (1 shilling); Robert Murphy ( 3 pence); Isaac Dalton ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); Moses Topping (9 pence); Francis Martin (1 shilling); Daniel Martin ( 2 shillings); William Martin (1 shilling); Joseph Buchanan (1 shilling); Robert Martin ( 2 shillings); John Buchanan ( 1 shilling);

Maze Upper in Blaris parish; Collection for the Poor House Thomas Martin (5 shillings); James Phenix (10 shillings); George Bradbury (10 shillings);William Phenix (10 shillings); Robert Kyles ( 2 shillings & 6 pence);Trevor Phenix ( 2 shillings & 6 pence);Thomas Martin junior (1 shilling); Thomas Martin senior (5 shillings); Edward McLeown ( 2 shillings); Samuel Bradshaw (2 shillings);Thomas Merit ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Henry Shaw ( 2 shillings); Lenox Thompson ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Philip Gorman (4 shillings); Samuel Smyth (10 shillings); Henry Watson (2 shillings & 6 pence); John Watson( 2 shillings & 6 pence); William Adair ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Josiah Watson (1 shilling); George Sinclair (1 shilling & 6 pence); John McClure (1 shilling); John Brady ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Richard Thompson ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); John Hill ( 2 shillings & 6 pence);M. Stephenson (2 shillings); Arthur O'Neill (1shilling & 6 pence);John Topping (1 shilling & 6 pence); Ralph Jefferson ( 2 shillings & 6 pence);John Dickson(1 shilling); Wills Phenix ( 10 shillings); John Kyle ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); Edward Flin (5 shillings); William Conlan (10 shillings); Robert Stewart ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Widow Briggs ( 2 shillings & 6 pence);William Stuart ( 2 shillings & 6 pence);Charles Watson ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Henry McClusky (1 shilling); John Jones ( 1 shilling); Moses Atcheson (1 shilling); John Watson junior (1 shilling); William Quarle ( 2 shillings); James Walker ( 2 shillings);Robert Barley ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); James Bell (2 shillings);William Barley ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Edward Martin ( 8 pence); David Thompson ( 5 shillings); John Watson ( 1 shilling); William Carlisle ( 10 shillings);

Newry Town in Newry parish; Subscribers to Workshouse Abbey Yard: Mrs Carlisle (£1); Dr Burden (£ 1); The Misses Corry (£2); Basin Walk: Joseph McMinn £1.2.0); Basin: Robert Purdon (£2); Buttercrane-Quay: Samuel Boyd (£2); Boat Street: Lawrence Ryan (£ 1); Thomas Quinn (£1);Miss Whitaker (10 shillings); Micahel Callan (£1.10.0); Richard Whitehead (£3); Edward Flannigan (2 shillings & 6 pence); Mrs Parks ( 6 shillings); George Ogle (£1.10.0); Michael Adrian (10 shillings); Samuel Fegan (2 shillings & 6 pence); Bridge Street: the Misses Reilly ( £5); Francis Morgan ( 2 shillings); Mrs Hanlon (£ 1.10.); John Lockhart ( 10 shillings); John Byrne ( 10 shillings); David McBlain ( 10 shillings);Castle Street: Dennis Brannigan (£1); Patrick Pullen ( 5 shillings); Mrs Downey (2 shillings & 6 pence); Patrick McLullan (10 shillings); Hugh Quinn (5 shillings); Felix Magee (10 shillings); James Lowry (£1); Thomas Polin (£2);Mrs Conlan ( 5 shillings); Patrick Marren (10 shillings); Bernard Coleman(10 shillings); James Crawford ( 5 shillings); Trevor Corry (£5); Henry McCamley ( £1); Henry Collins (£1); Isaac William Glenny (£3); Richard Culley (10 shillings); Mrs A. Downey (10 shillings); Francis Andrews (10 shillings); Thomas McGrath ( 5 shillings); John Feran ( 12 shillings & 6 pence); Michael Downey (£ 1.10.0); Courtney Hill: Patrick Callan (£2); Church Street: Samuel Alexander (2 shillings & 6 pence); Isaac Torley ( 1 shilling & 3 pence); William Boyd ( 1 shilling & 3 pence); Canal Quay: John T. Carter (£1); John Henry Quinn (£2); Canal Street: Patrick Quinn (£1); Adam Ledlie (£1); Rev. James Shields (£4); John Lockhart (10 shillings); Mrs Atkins ( 10 shillings); Francis Ogle (£ 3); Samuel Ledlie (£1); John Donnelly (£1); Major Bailie (£1); Samuel Reid (£3);Miss Moore (£1); Dr. Mollan (£2);Mrs Jefferson (£1); Joseph Lyle (£5); Robert Medill (8 shillings); David Todd ( £2); John Trainor (10 shillings); James Spence (£1); William Dickson (5 shillings); Michael Walsh (£1.10.0); Corry Square: William Home (£2); John Reid (£ 1); T.B. Swansea (£2); Catherine Street: David Heron ( 5 shillings); Downshire Road: James Waring (£10); R.H. Ashe (£1); Colonel Hamilton (£2); Robert W. Greer (£2); Isaac Glenny (£1); William Forrest (£ 1);Mrs Ball (5 shillings); Samuel Glenny (£1); John Corbett (£ 1); Dromonlane: Rev. John Mitchel (£3); Dublin Road: J. Crampton (£10); Edward Street; John Beunie (10 shillings); Daniel Collins (£1); Kirkwood & McCune (£2); Mr Byrne ( 5 shillings); James G. Quin (£1.10.0); Hill Street: Hugh Small (£1); Henry Kinsey (5 shillings); Nat Weir (£1);the Misses Crozier (7 shillings & 6 pence) ;Mrs Ingram ( 7 shillings & 6 pence); Isaac Ogle Glenny (£1.10.0);Mrs William Corry (£1); John Kennedy (£1);W. Howard (£1);Thomas Cunningham (£ 1); Samuel Bailie (£1.10.0); Edward Clark (£3) ;W.J. Davidson (5 shillings);Mathew Fegan (10 shillings); John Kearney (£2);Mrs McVeigh (£1);George Scott (£1) ;Mrs Frazer (£1); Trimble & Kears (£1);Edward Bell (£1); David Gillis & Co. (£2); Dr Connor (10 shillings); George Parker(£1);Thomas Peden (£1.10.0); William Blackham (£1);Surgeon Grey (£1); Robert Stewart (£2); John Morgan (10 shillings); John McKey(10 shillings); James M'Kitrick (£1); George Blackham (10 shillings);Thomas M'Cullagh (5 shillings); Michael Denvir (£2); Surgeon Morrison (£1.10.0); Mrs Osborne (£1);Stephenson Moore (£2); Patrick Doyle (10 shillings); Thomas Davis (£2);Samuel Bell (£1); Arbuckle Halyday & James T. Halyday (£5);John H. Wallace (£2); Adam Black (£3); Rev. J.C. Moffatt (£1.10.0); Samuel Wallace (10 shillings); John Guy (10 shillings);Alexander Peacock(£1);Peter Murphy (£3); Morgan & Stevenson(£1);Miss Bryden (£1); Right Rev Dr. Blake (£20);Patrick M'Parlan (£5); Captain Seymour (£1); Rev Dr. Campbell (£5); John Boyd (£5): Robert McNeil (£1.6.0); Miss Moore (5 shillings); Thomas Hughes (£1.5.0); Patrick Sharkey (£1.5.0); Miss Thompson (5 shillings); James Wiseman ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Edward Lyons (£1);Dr. Moorehead (£1);Rev Mr Wier (£1); Rev J. Fitzpatrick (£3); Rev Mr Daly ( 5 shillings); Mrs Macartney (5 shillings); High Street; Mrs Fegan (1 shilling); James Ledlie (£1); Henry Magill ( 5 shillings); Richard Harcourt (10 shillings); David Lockhart (5 shillings); John Ellis (£2); Owen Fegan (£1); Thomas Henry senior ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); James Ryans ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); James Norton ( 2 shillings); James Kirnaghan (1 shilling); Mrs Maginnes (1 shilling & 4 pence); Mr Campbell senior (1 shilling); James Orell (1 shilling); James Crilly ( 1 shilling); David Farrell ( 1 shilling); Robert Campbell ( 1 shilling); Mr Handcock ( 1 shilling); Joseph Edgar ( 1 shilling & 1 penny); Kildare Street: James Morgan ( 10 shillings); Thomas Clark ( 5 shillings); Alexander Waddell (£3); John Quinn (£5); Henry Hardin (£1); Kilmorey Street: Arthur Maphet (10 shillings); James Keane ( 10 shillings); Joseph F. Leeson (£1); Dennis Marrom(£1); Patrick Magee (1 shilling); William N. Thompson ( £10); Martin Phelan (£1); Mrs Smith (10 shillings); Thomas Clarke (5 shillings); King Street: Benjamin Scott (£1); Redmond Cosgrove (5 shillings); William Wilson (5 shillings); Joseph Murray (£1); Richard Owen (10 shillings); Lower North Street; Thomas Finley (10 shillings);Edward O'Hanlon (5 shillings); Bernard M'Donald (£1); George Quinn (£1); James Hutton (£1); Patrick Grant (£1); John Fox (5 shillings); John Smith ( 2 shillings & 6 pence);George Magowan ( 5 shillings); William Doyle (£1); Charles Quin (£2); Richard Bloxham (5 shillings); John Cossigan (1 shilling); William M'Neight (1 shilling) ; Hugh Chisholm ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Patrick Elliott (£1); John M'Court (£1); Thomas Madden (£1); William Quinn (2 shillings & 6 pence); James Thompson (£1); Thomas Boyd (5 shillings); Mathew Maginnis (10 shillings); Marcus Square: Joseph Glenny (£1.10.0); Rev Dr. Keenan (£1,16.0); James Williams (10 shillings); Mrs Black (£1); Margaret Square: William Pattison (£1); Henry Magill (£1);Francis White (£1); William Marshall (5 shillings); John Holywood (10 shillings); John Small (£1.10.0); Market Street: James Verdon (£1); James Grant (£1); John O'Hagan & Son (£6.10.0); P.C. Byrne (£2); John Mollan (£2); David Kennedy (5shillings); Mrs O'Hagan (£1); James Ferguson (£1); Patrick Boyle (£ 2); Michael Hamilton (10 shillings); Mrs Rice (£3); Market Square: Thomas Laing (£1); Mill Street: James Ferrigan (£2); J. Dunn (10 shillings); John Boyd (10 shillings); Francis Jennings ( £3); Joseph Grandy (5 shillings); Dominick Sharkey ((£2);Thomas Henry (£2); Charles Murphy (£2);Henry Grant (£1); George Muldoon (10 shillings); Miss Byrne (5 shillings); James O'Brien (7 shillings & 6 pence); Thomas M'Laughlin (£1);Mathew Conlan (2 shillings & 6 pence); John O'Neil (10 shillings); Thomas Gibson Henry ((£5);Daniel Espie (£1);Dominick Daly (£1); Merchant's Quay: Robert M'Cracken (10 shillings); Mr Bradley (5 shillings); John Caraher (£3);George Guy (10 shillings); John Cummin senior (£1); M'Mahon & Cummin (£1);Hugh Moore ( 5 shillings); Monaghan Street; Dennis Caulfield & Co. (£10); D.C. Brady M.P. (£5); Henry Murdoch (10 shillings); James M'Clenahan (£5); Charles Jennings (£3); North Street: Charles Connolly (£1); Henry Savage (£1.10.0); Charles Connolly (£1); Thomas Maginnis (£2); Arthur Collins (£1); Surgeon Waddell (£1); Andrew Jennings (£1.10.0);Christopher Ross(10 shillings); William Duncan (£1);William & James Creek (£2); James M'Alinden (£1.10.0); Patrick Haughey (1 shilling); William Adderly (£1); Patrick Torley (1 shilling); Richard Liddy (£11.0.0); James Savage (£1); William Cowan (£1); Alexander Canning (£2); Thomas King (£1.10.0); Edward Reilly (£1); James M'Kenna (£1); Thomas M'Kenna (£2); Edward Quinn (£1); John Todd (£1); Miss Neale (2 shillings & 6 pence); William Walker (5 shillings); Francis McCann (£3); Robert Hamilton (5 shillings); William Mateer (£1); Michael Corr (2 shillings & 6 pence); James Kennedy (£2); Needham Place: Michael Cunningham (£2); Mrs. C. Moore (£1); Mrs O'Beirne (£1.10.0); Dr Hacket (£1); Needham Street: James Annet (£1); Mrs Guy (10 shillings); Henry Blackham (£1); Joshua Byrom (10 shillings) ; New Street; Alexander McDonnell (£3); William Hancock (£1); S. Ogle (£2); Prospect Place: James Henderson (£1); Adam Guy (£1); Queen Street: John O'Hare (1 shilling); Edward H. Courtney (£3); James Hamill (£1.10.0);Robert Alexander Foster (£1); James M'Henry (£2); Arthur Russell (£2); Mr O'Connor (£2); Quay Street; John Dempsey (5 shillings); River Street; James Bradford (£1); Sugar Island: William Buchanan (10 shillings); John Best (10 shillings); Surgeon Davis (£2); Hugh Dalzell (£2); Francis Carvill (£2); Adam Liddle (10 shillings); William Hancock (£2); John Ritchie (£2); Surgeon Woods (£2); William Millar (2 shillings); Mathew Russell (£1);H. Thompson (£1.10.0); Peter West (5 shillings); George Griffin (7 shillings & 6 pence); Robert M'Minn (£1); Joseph Mitchell (5 shillings); Sandy Street: Rev. N. Sheppard (£1); Thomas Rowan (£1); J. Briggs (5 shillings); Trevor Hill: Samuel Parsons (£5); Mrs Thompson (£2); Thomas Waring (£10); Major Waring (£3); Richard Waring (£3);Miss Waring (£1); William Fletcher (£2); Rev. Daniel Bagot (£2); Mrs Stephens (10 shillings); Turner Hill; Edward Turner (£3); William Street; Armor Boyle (£2); Thomas Turner (10 shillings); Michael Smith (£2); Mr McNamara (£1); Rev Daniel McAfee (£1); Water Street; David Scott (£4); John Kidd (£1); Richard Griffin (5 shillings); Robert Glenny (5 shillings); John Collins (£1); James Black (£1); Isaac Davidson (10 shillings); Rowan McNaghten (£2); George Rodgers (10 shillings); James Heathwood (£1); Residences unknown: Edward Burns (5 shillings); R. Lundy (5 shillings); John Dowling (5 shillings); R. Nicholl (2 shillings & 6 pence); B. McCartney (2 shillings & 6 pence); Patrick Sheeran ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); John Neil ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Joseph Collins (2 shillings); Mrs Hughes (1 shilling); Patrick McGuire (Lower North Street); (1 shilling); Mr Thompson ( 6 pence); John McCoy ( 3 pence); Anonymous: collected by Mr Hamill (11 shillings & 6 pence); per Mr Ritchie (5 shillings); per D. Collins (2 shillings & 6 pence); Mrs Ashe's workmen (£1.16.10.); Non -residents ; Lord Marcus Hill (£40);Earl Kilmorey (£25); Marquis of Downshire (£20);Lord Viscount Acheson (£5);Mrs Donahoe of Warrenpoint (£2); Smithson Corry of Rostrevor (£2);Samuel Bell of Hill Street (£1); William Hudson of Mount Caulfield (£1);

Toughblane townland in Hillsborough parish; Collection for the Poor House Henry Archer (4 shillings); Matthew Stanfield ( 4 shillings); William Smyth ( 4 shillings); Michael Mercer ( 4 shillings); Josiah Archer ( 4 shillings); Bernard Mercer ( 4 shillings); Thomas Stanfield ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); John Stanfield ( 2 shillings 6 pence); Widow Stanfield ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); James Craig ( 2 shillings 7 6 pence); James Craig junior ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Thomas Topping ( 2 shillings & pence); John Fetters ( 2 shillinsg & 6 pence); Joseph Gibson ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Peter McGuigan ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); Isaac Logan ( 2 shillings 7 6 pence); Robert Lilly ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); John Sinclair ( 2 shillings & 6 pence); George Mahood ( 2 shillings & 6 pence: James Woods ( 2 shillings); Henry McCarty ( 2 shillings); Widow Reavy( 2 shillings); William Lee ( 2 shillings); John Lee ( 2 shillings); John Craig ( 2 shillings); Samuel Sinsclair ( 2 shillings); Widow Gibson ( 2 shillings); John Smyth ( 1 shilling & 6 pence); Alexander Stalford ( 2 shillings); Alexander Stalford junior ( 1 shillings); Isaac Gibson junior ( 1 shilling); James Mahood junior ( 1 shillings); George Lilly ( 1 shilling);

Tullynore townland in Hillsborough; Collection for the Poor House John Green ( £1); William Garret ( 10 shillings); Henry Bell ( 15 shillings); James Gregg ( 7 shilloings & 6 pence); John Hanna ( 7 shillings & 6 pence); John Sturgeon ( 7 shillings & 6 pence); William Law Sprott ( 5 shillings); Henry Scott ( 5 shillings); James Patterson ( 3 shillings); Eleanor Ervin ( 3 shillings); Robert Mattison ( 2 shillings); John Hanna junior ( 2 shillings);

Parish Works Program for Blaris parish,Co. Down, Ireland in 1836 (OSM)

Court Leet Proceedings & Presentments in the Manor of Killultagh in Blaris parish were held twice a year. It was composed of a jury, the tenants of the manor who tax themselves for repairs of by-roads and for other purposes.

The seneschal was William Gregg Esq. and the foreman was Thomas J. Smyth Esq. the secretary was Hale O'Flaherty.

19th September 1835

1. to the treasurer of the Fever Hospital to purchase a cupping machine and stomach pump; to be levied off the manor
2. to the treasurer of the Fever Hospital for its benefit; to be levied off the manor
3. to Mr Ward & Mr Harlin to make and pave the side path round the market square, Lisburn & to fill up and level the water table from the late John Smyth's door round the market house in the south to the east wing; to be levied off the town of Lisburn £10
4. to Mr Reid, Mr Mack & Mr John Woods- to repair 56 perches from the centre of the bridge to corner; to be levied off the manor
5. to Henry Mulholland to repair the quay and the street leading to it from Bridge Street, Lisburn; to be levied off the manor
6. to Henry Bell and James Stewart to fill up the ruts in Antrim Lane; to be levied off the manor £2.10.
7. to William Gregg Esq. to get hand bills printed and to pay for advertisements for the grain market on Saturdays; to be levied off the manor £1.10.0
8. to the treasurer of the nightly watch committee for the support of that institution up to 26th August 1836; to be levied off the town of Lisburn £56
9. to the treasurer of the watch committee to purchase coats for the watch-men of the winter nights; to be levied off the town of Lisburn £10
10.to John Sitherwood for an arrear of salary due to him at last leet and then taken off in error; to be levied off the manor £1.14.0
11. to Mr Ward for collecting the manor charge etc. per account; to be levied off the manor £13.6.0
12. To Denis Kennedy for taking care of the butter market; to be levied off the manor £1
13 to William Gregg Esq. for repairs on the weighbridge and other repairs on the market; to be levied off the manor £10
14. To Denis Kennedy for keeping pigs and beggars off the streets of Lisburn; to be levied off the manor £4
15. To Denis Kennedy, as town crier; to be levied off the manor £ 2.2.0
16. To H.T. Higginson Esq. for getting the pump in Pump Lane taken care of; to be levied off the town of Lisburn 15 shillings
17. To Joseph Thornton for ringing the market bell; to be levied off the town of Lisburn £1
18. To Joseph Thornton for winding up the town clock; to be levied off the town of Lisburn £1.10.0
19. To John Sitherwood, for keeping the town clocks in repair and winding up the market house clock; to be levied off the manor £ 4.10.0
20. To the treasurer, William Whitla Esq. for 6 month's salary; to be levied off the manor which sum he always transfers to the poor £10
21. To the secretary for 6 month's salary; to be levied off the manor £5
22. To Mr Henry Mulholland for taking care of the chain at the quay ; to be levied off the manor 10 shillings
23. To John Dowdall for taking acre of the butter market, Lisburn; to be levied off the manor £2.10.0
24. To William Chapman for taking care of the pump in Pump Lane; to be levied off the town of Lisburn 5 shillings

25. To Daniel Magee for summoning the jury of Lisburn and Lissue, to be levied off the manor, 10 shillings. The applotters were Samuel and Thomas Young ; appraisers were William Hodgen and Samuel Young.

26. To John Cannon for taking care of and keeping the court house clean; to be levied off the manor £1
27. To John Cannon for keeping the market house open and clear of carts etc.; to be levied off the manor £1
28. To William Close for taking care of the meat market, Lisburn ; to be levied off the manor £2

29. To William Gregg Esquire, to pay 6 men for taking care of and enforcing the regulations of the market and for their attendance at Glenavy Fair, to be levies off the manor, £14.

30. To William Gregg to keep the fire engines in repair and for working it, to be levied off the town of Lisburn, £4.
31. To the seneschal for money he has to pay for weights and measures for the manor as required by the act; to be levied off the manor £27.10.
32. To Mr Ward & Mr Mack to continue the curbing of the streets of Lisburn; to be levied off the town of Lisburn £50
33. To John Fleming; to be levied off the manor and paid to John Fleming in full of all demands he has as to the old arrear claimed by him or repairs, he having been examined on oath as to same £7.10.0

Court Leet Proceedings & Presentments in the Manor of Killultagh in Blaris parish. The seneschal was William Gregg Esq., the foreman was Richard Rollo Haughton Esq.

28th May 1836

1. to the treasurer of the Fever Hospital; to be levied off the manor £52

2. to the treasurer of the Lisburn nightly watch; to be levied off the town of Lisburn for the support of that institution till 25 th March next £ 66
3. to Mr Ward, high constable, for collecting the manor charge and incidental expenses £13
4. to William Gregg Esq. and Ralph Jefferson for raising & repairing the pavement at the back of the market house in Lisburn; to be levied off the town of Lisburn £7.6.8
5. to William Gregg Esq. and the committee for continuing the curbing of the streets of Lisburn; to be levied off the town of Lisburn £50
6. to William Gregg Esq. to provide 6 coats for the town bailiffs and 2 for Denis Kennedy and John Dowdall; to be levied off the manor £15.15.0
7. to William Gregg Esq. to enable the streets of Lisburn to be kept clean and like sum each half year ;to be levied off the town of Lisburn £ 5.5.0
8.to Messrs. Parker Major & Hugh McCall to repair the grates at the sluice bridge in Lisburn; to be levied off the town of Lisburn £1.
9. to Messrs. Robert Stewart, John Hill and William Whitla to paint, cast and repair the roof of the new market in Lisburn; to be levied off the manor £6.5.0
10. To Mr Bolton to alter the little house in Jackson's Lane by turning the seat from its present situation over the watercourse; to be levied off the town of Lisburn£1.10.0
11. To Mr Gamble to repair the main sewer of Smithfield; to be levied off the town of Lisburn £1
12. To Mr Beatty to lift and repair the bridge leading from Corkin's Lane over the Basin River; to be levied off the town of Lisburn £2.5.0
13.to William Close for taking care of the meat market, Lisburn; to be levied off the manor £3 half yearly
14. To William Gregg Esq. for the half-year's salary of the 6 manor constables for their attendance on the markets and at Glenavy fair and taking care of the fire engines etc.£18.18.0
15. to Dean Stannus, H.T. Higginson Esq. and Mr Robert Stewart to continue sinking a pump in Long Stone, Lisburn, a re-presentment, presented formerly and not paid £10
16. To Christy Welden for keeping the pump in repair; to be levied off the town of Lisburn 15 shillings
17. To the committee of the Fever Hospital to erect pillars and an iron gate at the back of the hospital; to be levied off the manor £6
18. To William Chapman for taking care of the pump in Pump Lane and keeping it in repair; to be levied off the town of Lisburn 10 shillings
19. To Denis Kennedy, his salary as town crier; to be levied off the manor £2.2.0
20 to Joseph Thornton for ringing the market bell; to be levied off the town of Lisburn£1.10.
21. To Joseph Thornton for winding up the town clock; to be levied off the town of Lisburn £1.10.0
22. To John Sitherwood for taking care of the town clocks, keeping them in repair and winding up the market house clock; to be levied off the manor £4
23. To the treasurer William Whitla Esq., his salary; to be levied off the manor (which sum he transfers to the poor) half a year to 1st May, £ 10
24. To the secretary, his salary to be levied off the manor, half a year to 1st May £5
25. To Mr Mulholland, Quay, for taking care of the chain at the quay; to be levied off the manor 10 shillings
26. To John Dowdall for taking care of the butter market of Lisburn; to be levied off the manor £2.10.0
27. To Daniel Magee for summoning the jury of Lisburn and Lissue; to be levied off Lisburn and Lissue 10 shillings
28. To John Cannon for taking care of the court house and keeping it clean; to be levied off the manor £1
29. To John Cannon for keeping the market house open for labourers etc. and clear of carts and cars; to be levied off the manor £1
30. To Mr Whitla to pay printing presentments etc.; to be levied off the manor £2
31. To William Gregg Esq. to pay for keeping the fire engine in repair and for working it; to be levied off the town of Lisburn; £4
32. To Thomas B. Reford and John Turtle to repair and widen Magee's town Lane in Tannyballydonnell, costs to be levied off Lower Ballinderry, £ 5.

33. To Henry Peel and George Higginson to repair that part of the Old Templecormack Road between the burying place and William Maxwell's gate; to be levied off Upper Ballinderry at £2.

38. To John Meares and Francis Hyde, under the inspection of Mr. Watson, to repair the crossroad leading from Brookhill Road to the Church Hill Road, to be levied off Upper Magheragall, £2.

39. To Mathew Watson & Alex Tolerton to repair the lane from Megaberry to Trumery burying ground; to be levied off Magheramesk, £2.10.0; applotters for Magheramesk were Francis Turner & Oliver Hamilton; appraisers Edward Bell & John Belmer;Constable was Bennett Megarry;

40. To William Hill and John Balmer to widen and repair 156 perches of Hill's Lane leading up to the lime kilns and quarries by Balmer's, Glenhead, to be levied off Magheramesk, £2.10.0.

41. To Nathaniel Dickey and John Wardell, to repair the road leading from Mullacarton through Morusk to the new Lurgan Road, to be levied off Lower Magheragall, £5.

42. To John Larmour and James Boyes to put a stone bottom on the new entrance now opened to the Glenavy Mill, to be levied off Lower Glenavy, £ 2.

43. To Harden Byrne and James Johnson to repair the road between Ballinderry Lane end and the mill; to be levied off Upper and Lower Ballinderry £2
44. To Henry Barns and Henry McCorry to repair Derryhanaghan Lane from the main road to Lord Hertford's great moss; to be levied off Aghagallon £ 3

45. ToNathaniel Dickey for gravelling and repairing Buchanan;s hill, to be levied off Lower Magheragall, £3.

46. To Hugh McCaw & David Connor for repairing the road called Lecky's Lane leading from the old meeting house to Moira road; to be levied off Upper Ballinderry £2
47. To John Taylor to repair the lane leading from Keary's house to Ballinderry pound; to be levied off Lower Ballinderry £1

48, to Joseph Corry to repair 1 and a half miles of the road leading through Drumshill and Morusk, commencing near the Low Quarters and ending at Martin's Pipe, to be levied off Lower Magheramesk, £2.

49. To John Turtle and Jacob Douglass to repair the old road leading from John Turtle's to Balney's Bush, to be levied off Magheramesk, £ 2. applotment £7, no deduction

50. To John Larmour to continue the range wall from Glenavy little bridge to William Ferris' house at the entrance of Glenavy Mill, to be levied off Lower Glenavy, £1.

51. To William Watters and John Campbell to repair Kidd's Lane leading from Aghalee to Lisburn; to be levied off Aghalee, Aghagallon and Lower Ballinderry £4

52. To Thomas Boyes and James Culbert to repair the road from Haddock's town to the new road by James Culbert's, to be levies off Lower Ballinderry, £2.

53. To Gaddis Thompson and Sergeant Thompson to repair Thompson's Lane leading through Killuntagh moss; to be levied off Upper Ballinderry £1
54. To John Linn and James Proctor to repair the road leading from Wright's road to McAnally's hill; to be levied off Magheragall £2
55. To Mr Henry Mulholland, Quay, to repair the road leading from Bridge Street, Lisburn to the quay; to be levied off the town of Lisburn£1

56. To John Larmour to repair part of the road leading from the late made Glenavy road and to make a flat pipe, to be levied off Camlin, £ 1.

57. To Denis Kennedy for taking care of the butter market; to be levied off the manor at large £1

 

This is a list of tenant farmers who held

land in Loughriscouse townland, Newtownards parish in 1836 (OSM)

J. Blackstock- 1 acre; J. Brown- 3 acres; F. Chambers- 10 acres; J.M. Dalzel- 5 acres; Widow Dalzel- 12 acres; J. Eddie- 4 acres; John Eddie- 6 acres; G. Edgar- 1 acre; J. Edgar- 10 acres;Widow Edgar- 8 acres; G. Ferguson- 7 acres; Grace Ferguson- 1 acre; H. Ferguson- 7 acres; H. Ferguson- 3 acres; J. Ferguson- 2 acres; P. Ferguson- 5 acres; W. Ferguson- 7 acres; P. Fitzgerrald- 2 acres; J. Francis- 2 acres; Anne Gilmore- 1 acre; J. Kennedy- 4 acres; C. Lannely/Lonnely- 1 acre; H. Lanely-/Lonnely- 1 acre; Thomas McCann- 2 acres; W. McClure- 3 acres; J. McCuchen- 7 acres; Gilbert McCully- 1 acre; S. McCully- 4 acres; Hugh McCutcheon- 12 acres; J. McCutchen- 12 acres; J. McCutchen- 10 acres; John McCutchen- 7 acres; J. McDonnell- 1 acre; J. McDonnell- 3 acres; J. McGimpsy- 2 acres; J. McGimpsy- 2 acres; J. McGimpsy- 5 acres; James McGimpsy- 4 acres; Thomas McGimpsey- 10 acres; B. McGivren- 1 acre; H. McGivren- 1 acre; H. McGivren- 2 acres; Francis McGurren- 2 acres; R. McKee- 9 acres; R. Martin- 6 acres; Thomas Moon- 10 acres; A. Moore- 15 acres; T. Moore- 10 acres; John Pagen- 6 acres; J. Patton- 3 acres; J. Patton- 1 acre; L. Patton- 3 acres; S. Patton- 1 acre; W. Patton- 17 acres; J. Peadon- 6 acres; R. Peadon- 4 acres; W. Pollock- 5 acres; Samuel Robinson- 6 acres; John Stewart- 6 acres; J . Thompson- 1 acre; J. Thompson- 1 acre; S. Wallace- 11 acres; David Warnok- 10 acres; James Waugh- 17 acres; Widow Wilton- 2 acres;

Old Irish Family Naming Patterns


1st son was named after the father's father.
2nd son was named after the mother's father.
3rd son was named after the father.
4th son was named after the father's eldest brother.
1st daughter was named after the mother's mother.
2nd daughter was named after the father's mother.
3rd daughter was named after the mother.
4th daughter was named after the mother's eldest sister.

Obviously the pattern gets muddled if the father & the grandfather had the same name. Names were often reused if the earlier child died


County Genealogy & Heritage Centres

 

 

Newspaper listings held in Downpatrick Heritage Library

name of newspaper dates held
BANNER OF ULSTER Belfast 10 June 1842 ? December 1863
2 January 1869 ? 31 August 1869
BELFAST COMMERCIAL CHRONICLE 18 February 1805 ? 23 December 1812
January 1816 ? December 1817
18 August 1820 ?December 1829
January 1831 ? 30 August 1855
(17 April 1805 ? 21 December 1822 various dates)
BELFAST EVENING POST See Belfast Mercury
BELFAST EVENING TELEGRAPH 20 March 1871 ? 29 June 1918.
Continued as Belfast Telegraph
July 1918 ? January 25 1919
February 18, 1919 ? April 11, 1922
May 1922 ? April 1930
10 May 1930 ? 29 June 2002
1 August 2002 ? 7 January 2006
17 January 2006 ? January 2011
BELFAST MERCURY 1783 ? 1786. Continued as
Belfast Evening Post, 1786 ? 1787
BELFAST MORNING NEWS, predecessor of the Irish News 23 November 1857 ? 27 April 1882. Continued as
Morning News, Belfast 1May -23 July 1882. Continued as
Morning News and Examiner, Belfast 24 July 1882 ? March 1883.
Continued as Morning News, Belfast April 1883 ? September 1892
Irish news and Belfast Morning News October ? December 1892 2
BELFAST NEWSLETTER 19 June 1752 ? 26 December 1754
3 January 1755 ? December 1975. Continued as
Newsletter Belfast January 1976 ? December 1989.
Continued as Ulster Newsletter, Belfast January 1990 ? 16 February 1991.
Continued as News letter (Ulster Edition) 18 February 1991 ? 31 August
2000.
Continued as News Letter Belfast 1 September 2000 December 2008
BELFAST PROTESTANT JOURNAL 4 May 1844 -27 July 1850
BELFAST TELEGRAPH See Belfast Evening Telegraph
COUNTY DOWN SPECTATOR Bangor 3 June 1904 ? 1916
1925 ? 1929
March ? November 1930
December 1930 ? April 1985
9 May ? 22 August 1985
5 September ? 23 December 1985
January 1986 ? September 1991
3 October ? 24 December 1991
January 1992 ? September 1996
3 October 23 December 1996
January 1997 ? June 1998 3
DOWN RECORDER
31 December 1836 ? 28 December 1839
1840 ? May 1856
July 1856 ? 1877
5 January 1878 ? 24 December 1880
1881 ? 1933
6 January 1934 ? 19 December 1936
1937 ? 1947
3 January 1948 ? 24 December 1949
1950
6 January 1951 ? 24 December 1953
9 January 1954 ? 24 December 1955
1956 ? 1959
9 January ? 24 December 1960
1961 ? June 1988
6 July ? 20 December 1988
January ? June 1989
5 July ? 20 December 1989
January ? 19 December 1990
January 1991 ? September 1992
7 October ? 22 December 1992
January - September 1993
6 October ? 22 December 1993
January ? September 1994
5 October ? 24 December 1994
January ? September 1995
4 October ? 20 December 1995
January 1996 - 2009
DOWNPATRICK BOARD OF GUARDIAN MINUTES October 1877 -November 1893
DROMORE WEEKLY TIMES 13 May 1905 -1929
1931 -1950
6 January 1951 ? October 1952
DUBLIN BUILDER 1859 ? 1856
DUBLIN PENNY JOURNAL 1832 ? 1856 vols. 1-4 4
THE GUARDIAN AND CONSTITUTIONAL ADVOCATE Belfast 19 June 1827 -1834
2 January 1835 ? 23 March 1856
ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS 1845 -1851
IRISH BUILDER AND ENGINEERING RECORD DUBLIN 1867 ? 1872
IRISH BUILDER DUBLIN 1873 - 15 July 1877
1 August 1877 ? 15 December 1878
1879 ? 1900
THE IRISHMAN 1819 ? 1821
1822 - 1825
IRISH NEWS 15 August 1891 - 21 July 1922,
21 August 1922 ? 30 March 1926
10 April 1926 ? 30 June 1926
19 July 1926 ? 30 September 1926
11 October 1926 ? 19 January 1971
10 March 1971 ? 29 March 1986
April 1986 ? December 2009
IRISH TOPOGRAPHICAL PRINTS AND DRAWINGS Reels 1 - 3
LAWRENCE COLLECTION Cabinet No. 1 ? 16; No.1 - 9563
Imperial No. 1 ? 6; No. 1 ? 4449
Royal No.1 ? 18; No. 1 ? 11640
THE LEADER, Dromore 1978 ? 1979
4 January ? 19 December 1980
1981 - 1984 5
MOURNE OBSERVER 8th October 1949 ?December 2009
THE NATION 15 October 1842 ? 30 December 1843
6 January 1844 ? 27 December 1845
31 January 1846 ? 24 December 1847
1 January ? 29 July 1848
1 September ?29 December 1849, paper not published July 1848 -
September 1849
5 January 1850 ? 27 December 1851
January ? 25 December 1852
NEWTOWNARDS Board Of Guardians MINUTES April 1846 ? October 1851
April 1853 ? May 1894
NEWTOWNARDS INDEPENDENT AND COUNTY DOWN ADVERTISER 8 July 1871 ? 25 January 1873
NEWTOWNARDS CHRONICLE 1874 ? December 1987
8 Jauary 1987 ? December 2009
NORTHERN STAR 4 January 1792 ? 30 December 1793
2 January 1794 ? 31 December 1795
4 January 1796 ? 19 May 1797
NORTHERN WHIG 23 April 1829
2 January 1832 - September 1963
RENT ROLL OF DOWNPATRICK For 1669
THE ULSTER TIMES 31 March 1836 ? 26 August 1843
17 November 1852 ? 31 January 1859
THE VINDICATOR 1 May 1839 ? 5 February 1848





By Ros Davies