Derryvolgie Avenue, Belfast

Derryvolgie Avenue runs between the busy Lisburn Road and Malone Road in South Belfast. In 1943, it was home to timber yards, merchants and HM Government.

Derryvolgie Avenue

Belfast

BT9 6FB

Northern Ireland

Derryvolgie Avenue in 1943

The following information is taken from the 1943 Belfast Street Directory.

Number Forename Surname Occupation
1 H Burrows
3 Stanley Copeland Contractor
5 RS Thompson Tea Merchant
7 A Blair Manager
9 Occupied HM Government
11 Welmsley Professor
13 P or F Madden Wine and Spirit Merchant
15 Mrs Pinkus
17 Mrs O'Kane
19 Occupied HM Government
21.1 James McMullan Civil Servant
21.2 Major J McGowan
21.3 Mrs Grant
23 Charles Mooney
25 Sydney H Jackson Chartered Accountant
27 David Jeffrey Director
29 John Galway Driver
2 Mea Mater Girls' Club
4 Occupied HM Government
6 Occupied HM Government
8 The Misses Jackson
10 Mrs EM Clow
12 Mrs EM Gault
14 Mrs Andrews
16 Mrs DL Corbett MB FRCSI
18 Mrs MC Mitchell
20 WH Kirkpatrick Linen Merchant
22 FH Rogers
24 Rev Dr DH Machonachie BA BD
26 TJ Ferguson Manager
28 Mrs HML Morrison
30 De V Crossley Linen Merchant
32 John H Redmond Timber Merchant
34.1 Rev Canon J Small PP
34.2 St Bride's PE School
34.3 St Brigid's Roman Catholic Chapel
34.4 St Brigid's Roman Catholic Presbytery
42 Hugh Donaghey
44 AF Wilson Linen Manufacturer
References

Lennon Wylie

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