Slaters National Commercial Directory of Lurgan|
1881 ~ Page 10
PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND OFFICES
Office, Union Street.
Chairman—John Hancock, Esq. j.p.
George B. Carrick, Robert Mathers,
James Malcolm, J.P., Edward J.
Parkinson, Thomas Return, William
Baird, John Johnston, J.P., Joseph
Allen, Jno. J. Bell, Jno. W. Olpherts,
M.D., William Mahaffy, Wm. Crawford,
John Black, James Arbuckle
Town Clerk —Thomas Lutton
Inspector of Nuisances and Town Constable—
Thomas Hayes, sub-inspector
Edward Hayes, head constable
Edward st—John Smyth, constable
Queen st—Wm. Drummond.constable
Moira—Michael Shanley, constable
Waringstown—Geo. Donaldson, constable
Lurgan No. 1 — Philip Russell, M.D. medical officer
Lurgan No. 2—Emanuel Jno. Horman, medical officer
Agahlee—J. G. Jefferson, medical officer
Moira—Thomas H. Brownrigg, medical officer
Portadown—William Stewart, medical officer
Tartaraghan—George Dougan, medical officer
Waringstown—William Frier, medical officer
POOR LAW UNION
Workhouse, Union Street.
Schoolmaster—S. J. Turner
Schoolmistress—E. J. Campbell
Protestant Chaplain—Rev. Theophilus Campbell, D.P.
Presbyterian Chaplain — Rev. C. W. Kennedy
Roman Catholic Chaplain — Rev. Jas. M'Kenna
Medical Officer—J. G. Adamson
Clerk to the Board—James Donaldson
Relieving Officers—George Ruddell & John Alexander
REGISTRARS OF BIRTHS, DEATHS AND MARRIAGES.
Superintendent's Office, the Workhouse
Deputy Superintendent—Robt. Taylor
Aghalee—J. G. Jefferson
Lurgan No. 1—Philip Russell, M.D.
Lurgan No. 2—Emanuel Jno. Horman
Moira—Thomas H. Brownrigg
Marriage Registry Office,
20 High Street.
Deputy Registrar—Samuel Mahaffy
Bridewell, William st—David Sheppard, keeper
Cemetery, Union rd
Church of Ireland Reading Room,
Church pi Thomas Faloon & Wm A. Gilbert, hon. secretaries
Church of Ireland Young Men's Association,
Church pi — Christopher Thompson and James Morrison, hon. secretaries
Convent, Edward st—M. G. O'Hagan, superioress
Court House, William st —F. W. Magahan, clerk of petty sessions
Depository of the Hibernian Bible Society, 16 Market st Armstrong & Mathers, agents
Gas Works, William st—Thos. Tallentire, manager
Holy Family Reading Room, Church pi Daniel Dynes, secretary; Chas. M'Davitt, keeper
Lord Lurgan's Estate Office, Middle row, John Hancock, Esq. J.P. agent
Lough Neagh Drainage District Office, Middle row—John Hancock, Esq. j.p. secretary;
William J. O'Neill,
Lurgan Gas Light Co. William st Frederick W. Magahan, secretary;
Thomas Tallentire, manager; Robt. Jones, collector
Mechanics' Institute, Library & News Room, Market st — Lord Lurgan, president;
John Dill, treasurer;
Frederick W. Magahan, hon. secretary; William Setters, librarian
Masonic Lodge (No. 24), Town Hall Thomas Bamber, secretary
Masonic Lodge (No. 134), Mechanics' Institute — Frederick W. Magahan, secretary
Orange Hall, Castle lane
Petty Sessions Court, William st. (held first & third Tuesday in each month)
F. W. Magahan, clerk
Petty Sessions Court, Moira—Arthur Stiinfiold, clerk
St. Joseph's Orphanage, Church pl - Mrs. M. Gertrude O'Hagan, matron
Shankhill Buildings Coffee Rooms . Church pi Mary Graham, manageress
Stamp Office, 16 Market st—Robert Mathers, sub-distributor
Town Clerk's Office, Town Hall, Union st—Thomas Lutton, town clerk
Town Commissioners' Office, Town Hall, Union st
Town Hall, Union st
Upper Bann Navigation Trustees' Office, Middle row—John Hancock,
Esq. J.P. chairman; John A. Hancock, Esq. secretary ; Robert A
Weigh Bridge, Market House—Robert
Kerr, weigh master
CONVEYANCE BY RAILWAY
ON THE GREAT NORTHERN LINE.
Station, William st. LURGAN—James Wilkinson, station master & goods
Station, MOIRA (about three quarters of a mile from the town)—Wm. King, station master
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