Irish News September 27th 1898
IRISH NEWS 27 SEPTEMBER 1898. REVISION COURTS: BELFAST:
The business yesterday at the Revision Courts, though formal, was, nevertheless, important, and good work was done in the interests of Belfast Nationalists. The Catholic Association was represented by Mr. P.J. Magee, solicitor; Mr Patrick Doran, and Mr Reddy. The following is a supplemental list of Nationalist claimants in Shankill and Clifton Wards:-
Mary Creighton, 306 Crumlin Road.
Catherine Steenson, 6 Bray Street.
Norah Killen, 30 Bray Street.
Mary Kennedy, 40 Leopold Street.
Rose Caffrey, 28 Palmer Street.
Annie Crolly, 16 Rosebank Street.
James Donegan, 4 Columbia Street.
Mary Ann Reilly, 23 Glenpark Street.
Margaret Haggans, 25 Glenpark Street.
Margaret O�Neill, 42 Glenpark Street.
Matilda M�Ardle, 65 Glenpark Street.
Anne Jane Morley, 26 Antigua Street.
SUCCESSFUL NATIONALIST CLAIMANTS IN DUNCAIRN WARD.
Bernard Patton, Upper Brick Row.
Joseph Bingham, 6 High Street.
Patrick M�Larnon, Park Row.
Robert Rainey, 6 Catherine Place.
James Healy, Greencastle.
John M�Glone, 8 M�Dowell�s Row.
William John Gillespie, 1 Tate�s Row.
Catherine M�Cormick, 2 Tate�s Row.
Theresa Derry, 2 M�Cormick�s Row.
Margaret M�Cool, Greencastle.
Catherine Brennan, 2 Tate�s Row.