Pigot's Directory of Lurgan 1824 Page 1
Post office. Main street, Lurgan.
Mrs. Ann Morris, Post Mistress.
Letters from Dublin and all parts of the South of Ireland, also
from England, arrive every morning at eight, and are dispatched
every evening at six.
Letters from Belfast and Donaghadee,
arrive every night at a quarter past eight, and are dispatched
every morning at five.
Letters from Enniskillen arrive at midnight, and are dispatched every night at a quarter past eight.
NOBILITY, GENTRY AND CLERGY
Blood Mrs. (Hoop-Hill)
Brownlow. Charles Esq MP
Cuppage. Thomas. (Silverwood)
Dobbin. Rev. Hamilton
Douglas. Thomas (Grace Hall)
Ford. James (Roughlan)
Kent. Rev. Edward
Murdoch. Rev. Archibald
O’Brien. Rev. – PC
O’Kelly. Rev. John. PP
Richardson. Mrs. (Springfield)
Stewart. Lieut. Col. Benjamin
Stewart. Col. Robert. HP
Stothard. Mathew (Drumnabreeze)
Waring. Rev. Holt (Rector Waringstown)
Waite. John (Woodville)
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