Derryvolgie Avenue, Belfast, Co. Antrim

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

Derryvolgie Avenue

Derryvolgie Avenue

Belfast

Co. Antrim

BT9 6FB

United Kingdom

Derryvolgie Avenue in 1943

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

NumberForenameSurnameOccupation
1HBurrows
3StanleyCopelandContractor
5RSThompsonTea Merchant
7ABlairManager
9OccupiedHM Government
11WelmsleyProfessor
13P or FMaddenWine and Spirit Merchant
15MrsPinkus
17MrsO'Kane
19OccupiedHM Government
21.1JamesMcMullanCivil Servant
21.2Major JMcGowan
21.3MrsGrant
23CharlesMooney
25Sydney HJacksonChartered Accountant
27DavidJeffreyDirector
29JohnGalwayDriver
2MeaMaterGirls' Club
4OccupiedHM Government
6OccupiedHM Government
8The MissesJackson
10Mrs EMClow
12Mrs EMGault
14MrsAndrews
16Mrs DLCorbettMB FRCSI
18Mrs MCMitchell
20WHKirkpatrickLinen Merchant
22FHRogers
24Rev Dr DHMachonachieBA BD
26TJFergusonManager
28Mrs HMLMorrison
30De VCrossleyLinen Merchant
32John HRedmondTimber Merchant
34.1Rev Canon JSmall PP
34.2St Bride's PE School
34.3St Brigid's Roman Catholic Chapel
34.4St Brigid's Roman Catholic Presbytery
42HughDonaghey
44AFWilsonLinen Manufacturer
References

Lennon Wylie

Categories

Co. Antrim

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