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

Belfast

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 NameOccupation
1aMissMcManus
1bJDohertyUpholsterer
1cGateway
1JohnFaganJoiner
3RobertFogartyForeman
5PatrickMcKennaElectrician
7GeraldFlynnPublican
9JMcGibbon
11Miss WMcCart
13Mrs MaryMcAuley
15Vacant
17J McGarry
19WHMcClureDraper
21TCunninghamSalesman
23JosephMcCannClerk
25DavidHallRoyal Ulster Constabulary
27Mrs MarthaDunlop
29AJacksonSignwriter
31DCahillRoyal Ulster Constabulary
33Garages
2GLoveFitter
4PO'RourkeAssistant Librarian
6Mrs RMcDonnell
8Mrs MaryKelly
10Miss JRogan
12JosephO'DohertyButcher
14CharlesKearneyManager
16JO'LoanClerk
18JosephO'MalleyFlesher
20Mrs CSavage
22IsaacWeanerCleaner
24MMcHugh
26Mrs IsabelMcClean
28JosephBeringerJeweller
30JHWilliamsonElectrician
32Miss IsaMorris
34WilliamMcAuleyLabourer
36Vacant
38AHymanFurniture Manufacturer
40Vacant
42IsraelHymanCabinet Maker
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