Vicinage Park, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Vicinage Park in north Belfast, Co. Antrim suffered great damage during the Belfast Blitz of April and May 1941. It was home to many Jewish families.

Vicinage Park


Co. Antrim

United Kingdom

Vicinage Park runs off Cranburn Street near the Antrim Road in the north of the city. Several Jewish families lived in Vicinage Park.

The area suffered great damage during the Belfast Blitz.

Vicinage Park in 1943

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

First Name(s) Last Name Occupation
1a Miss McManus
1b J Doherty Upholsterer
1c Gateway
1 John Fagan Joiner
3 Robert Fogarty Foreman
5 Patrick McKenna Electrician
7 Gerald Flynn Publican
9 J McGibbon
11 Miss W McCart
13 Mrs Mary McAuley
15 Vacant
17 J McGarry
19 WH McClure Draper
21 T Cunningham Salesman
23 Joseph McCann Clerk
25 David Hall Royal Ulster Constabulary
27 Mrs Martha Dunlop
29 A Jackson Signwriter
31 D Cahill Royal Ulster Constabulary
33 Garages
2 G Love Fitter
4 P O'Rourke Assistant Librarian
6 Mrs R McDonnell
8 Mrs Mary Kelly
10 Miss J Rogan
12 Joseph O'Doherty Butcher
14 Charles Kearney Manager
16 J O'Loan Clerk
18 Joseph O'Malley Flesher
20 Mrs C Savage
22 Isaac Weaner Cleaner
24 M McHugh
26 Mrs Isabel McClean
28 Joseph Beringer Jeweller
30 JH Williamson Electrician
32 Miss Isa Morris
34 William McAuley Labourer
36 Vacant
38 A Hyman Furniture Manufacturer
40 Vacant
42 Israel Hyman Cabinet Maker