From the Directory of Belfast and Ulster
TRADERS AND CO ~ Surnames M - Z
Macoun, Wm. & Jas., cambric handkerchief manufacturers, Brownlow Terrace and Mary Street.
Macoun, John, linen manufacturer, Moyraverty.
Macdonagh, William, cutler, Frederick Place.
Magee, Brown & Liddell, damask, linen and cambric manufacturers, Queen Street.
Magee, Charles, victualler, wine and spirit merchant, High Street and Union Street.
Malcolm, James, power loom factory, manufacturer of lawns and cambric handkerchiefs &c.
Malcolmson, D., grocer and wine and spirit merchant, Market Street.
Martin, Thomas, bookkeeper, North Street.
May, George, watch and clock maker, Market Street.
Matier, Henry & Co., linen and cambric handkerchief manufacturers, High Street.
Mehaffy, Wm., boot and shoe maker, High Street.
Midgley, J., reed maker, Queen Street.
Milligan, William, builder, North Street and Omeath and Banbridge.
Montgomery, Wm., coach builder and jobbing smith, Market Street.
Moore, Dunlop, saddler and harness maker, Main Street.
Morgan, Mary, stationer, William Street.
Morris, W. B., clerk of the petty sessions, Market Street.
Murchie, Archibald, tailor, High Street.
Murphy, Joseph, linen yarn merchant, William Street.
Murray, Edward, Ulster Railway Hotel, posting establishment and livery stables, William Street.
Murray, Wm., publican, grocer and butter merchant, Market Street.
Murrow, R. L., organist of Lurgan Church, Union Street.
McAllister, James & Co., damask manufacturers, Annsbro' House.
McCabe, Edward, William Street.
McCaw & Carlisle, linen manufacturers, Tegnavin.
McCaw, Robert, of McCaw & Carlisle, Tegnavin.
McClure, Wm., wholesale and retail grocery and ironmongery warehouse, High Street.
McConnell, Robert, builder and general contractor, William Street.
McConvill, ? , linen yarn merchant, Market Street.
McCorry, Charles, linen, lawn and cambric manufacturer, Kilmore.
McCorry, James, provision merchant, Market Street.
McCorry, John, publican, Market Street.
McCrory, Jane, bonnet maker, Castle Lane.
McCrory, John, public weighmaster, Castle Lane.
McCullagh, Wm., baker, High Street.
McGeown, P., publican, Church Square.
McIlveen, St. John, baker and general grocer, Church Square.
McKee, James, leather seller and old clothes dealer, Market Street.
McKeown, Alexander, stucco and ornamental plasterer, William Street.
McKeown, Edward, publican, Church Square.
McKeown, Hugh, grocer and leather seller, Market Street.
McKeown, Thomas, stucco and ornamental plasterer, William Street.
McKernan, Hugh, butcher, Market Street.
McMullan, John, tinsmith and china and delf shop, Market Street.
McMullen, Henry, cambric manufacturer, Comecinegar.
McNall, Charles, plumber, North Street.
McVeigh, Jos., blacksmith, Portadown Street.
Neill, Wm., bridewell keeper, William Street.
Nelson, Robert, publican, Church Square.
Nettleton, the Misses, dress makers &c., High Street.
Nicholson, James, manufacturing agent for Hazelton & Sheppard, William Street.
Nicholson, Robert, publican, Church Square.
O'Brien, Edward, grocer and publican, Church Square.
O'Brien, Charles, publican, William Street.
Parkinson, E. J., lapper of linen and cambric goods on commission, Edward Street.
Paul & Co., woollen drapers, haberdashers, hosiers, hatters &c., Market Street.
Paul, Wentworth Wm., of Paul & Co., Market Street.
Pauley, John, manufacturing agent for Samuel McCullagh, High Street.
Pelan, John, builder, Union Street.
Pentland, Allen John, cambric handkerchief manufacturer, William Street.
Pentland, Wm., registrar of marriages, William Street.
Pickering & Richardson, Milltown Bleach Works.
Ridgeway, John, boot and shoe maker, Market Street.
Ritchie, Woods & Co., plain and ornamental stucco plasterers, North Street.
Roberts, Walter, linen lapper, High Street.
Robinson, John, painter and glazier, Market Street.
Robinson, James, painter and glazier, Church Square.
Rogers, Samuel, surgeon and apothecary, Market Street, residence, Hill Street.
Roney, John, chandler and soap boiler, William Street.
Ross, John, representative of the Lurgan Cambric Company, Glasgow, High Street.
Ross, Robert, linen yarn merchant, High Street.
Ross, Wm., publican, Market Street.
Ruddell, George, Market Street, also wine and spirit merchant and general grocer.
Ruddell, James, clerk of the Lurgan Union, Market Street.
Ruddell, Samuel, spirit grocer, Church Square.
Russell, George, provision dealer, William Street.
Russell, Dorah, milliner, Market Street.
Scott, John, grain merchant, North Street.
Shannon, Sandy, foreman of Armstrong & Co.'s steam saw mill.
Shaw, Wm., surgeon and apothecary, Market Street.
Smith, Alexander, grocer and publican, Church Square.
Smyth, Mrs., publican, Market Street.
Smyth, Wm., grocer, Market Street.
Stanley, T. D., publican, Market Street.
Starkey, Charles, saddler, Church Square.
Stevenson & Co., linen bleachers &c., Newforge Green, Magheralin.
Stewart, William, damask manufacturer, William Street.
Summerville, Jane, publican, Castle Lane.
Taaffe, (as in book), Wm., cabinet maker, Market Street.
Tate, Misses, dress makers and milliners, William Street.
Taylor, James, wholesale and retail grocer, wine and spirit merchant, Market Street.
Thompson, Thomas, reed maker, Church Square.
Thompson, J., reed maker, Church Square.
Toner, Bernard, woollen draper and haberdasher, Market Street.
Turkington, Wm., baker, High Street.
Uprichard, James, lawn manufacturer, Church Square.
Uprichard, Leonard, cambric manufacturer, High Street.
Vance, John, publican, Queen Street.
Waite, John, publican, Market Street.
Warren, John, parish sexton, Portadown Street.
Watson, Robert & Sons, cambric handkerchief and damask manufacturers, Flush.
Watson, Jas., grocer and hardware merchant, Market Street.
Wells, David, land steward to Lord Lurgan, Lake Street.
Wells, Matthew, cambric and linen manufacturer and pawn broker, Market Street.
Wilkinson, James, manager of the Ulster Railway Station, William Street.
Wilson, Joseph & Co., linen yarn merchants and manufacturers, Market Street.
Wilson, Joseph, of Joseph Wilson & Co., Derry Lodge.
Young, S. & Co., grocers, wine and spirit merchants, Market Street.
Yauges, Mrs., general refreshment rooms and restaurant, High Street.
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