In an 1843 street directory there was a Josias Gawley employed as the clerk for the Petty sessions held at Parkgate Co Antrimwww.lennonwylie.co.uk/bob1843page136.htm
in an1853 street directory for Lisburn there were :-
Gawley, Richard, grocer, Market Square
Gawley, Richd., haberdasher, Bow Street
in an 1861 street directory there were :-
J. Gawley, labourer living in HUDSON'S STREET which is off the Shankill Road.
John Gawley, flax dresser CONWAY STREET
which runs from Falls Road to Shankill Road
Wm. Gawley, a cow jobber living in ROBERT STREET
which runs from Hill Street to Academy Street
During the period 1857- 1866 there are some 90 references to Gawley or the property they leased or sub leased in Ireland in griffiths valuation in www.askaboutireland.ie/griffith-valuation/index
Theres more Gawleys listed in the 1877 street directory
In 1819 in the special part for Lisburn in 1819 Belfast Trades Directory
Pelan, George, chandler, Market Square
Pelan, Richard B., chandler, Market Square
Pelan, Thomas, grocer, Bridge Street
Pelan, James, weaver, Bridge End
Pelan, Mrs. Mary, chandler, Bridge Street
There are Pelans in the 1824 directory etc etc and by1861 in the
In the Lisburn part of the street directory is
Pelan, Bryson, chandler, oil, colour and glass shop, Market Square.
In the Belfast itself 1861 are
Pelan, Robert & Co., Prince of Wales Bazaar and basket manufactory, 6&8 Bridge Street and 37,39&41 York Street.
Pelan, G., clerk, 6 Antrim Place.
Pelan, George, accountant and insurance agent, 46 Donegall Street.
Pelan, James, grocer and publican, 100 Durham Street.
Pelan, George, soap and candle manufacturer, 10 Castle Street.
Pelan, Mrs., boarding house, 5 College Street.
During the period 1857- 1866 there are some 60 references to Pelan or the property they leased or sub leased in Ireland in griffiths valuation in www.askaboutireland.ie/griffith-valuation/index
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