Further relevant research - Pigot’s Directory of Pettigo 1824
Pettigo – A Market and Post Town, partly in the Parish of Templecarn, Barony of Lurg, but chiefly in the Barony of Tyrhugh, County of Donegal, is situated on either side of a small river, which divides the counties of Fermanagh and Donegal, about a mile north of the nearest part of Lough Erne. Its vicinity is highly picturesque, from its elevated position a fine view of the Lough Erne is obtained. There is a little or no trade besides that connected with the markets and fairs, which are well attended
READ Thomas, Postmaster
NOBILITY, CLERGY AND GENTRY
ATCHESON, Alexander Grouse Lodge
BARTON, Colonel Hugh, Waterfoot
BARTON, Foliot Warren, Esq., Clonelly
CRUMMER, John, Esq.
GREEN, John, Esq.
HAMMOND, Rev. Peter, Aghapy
MAUDE, Rev. – , Glebe
RYAN, Rev. Neil, Aghapy
PROFESSIONAL PERSONS, INSTITUTIONS, &C.
EDGEWORTH, Henry, Surgeon
MORROW, Henry, Land-Surveyor
National School – John MCCAFFERTY, Master
Parochial School – James COPELAND, Master & Mary COPELAND, Mistress
SMITH, John, Surgeon
SPIRIT AND PORTER DEALERS
HAMILTON, Hazlett, Hotel-Keeper and Posting Establishment
AIKEN, Mary, Grocer
FREEBORN, Thomas, Grocer
HAMILTON, Hezlett, Grocer, ironmonger & c.
MCBRIEN, Henry, Grocer, Draper &c.
MCCREA, Catherine, Grocer and Baker
MCCUTCHEON, Irwin, grocer
REID, Adam, Grocer
REID, Thomas, Ironmonger, Draper &c.
SMYTH, Thomas, Grocer &c.
CUSHORE, Thomas, Blacksmith
DOGHERTY, Peter, Tailor
ELLIS, William, Carpenter
GLENDINNING, Charles, Baker
GLENDENNING, George, Cooper
GORMAN, John, Shoe-maker
MCATEER, Andrew, Saddler
MCGOLDRICK, John, Butcher
MAGUIRE, Hugh, Baker
MURRAY, James, Blacksmith
MYLES, Thomas, Shoe-maker
PLACES OF WORSHIP AND THEIR MINISTERS
Parish Church – Rev. MAUDE, Rector
Roman Catholic Chapel – Rev. Neil RYAN, P. P. & Rev. P. HAMMOND, Curate
Wesleyan and Primitive Methodist Chapels – Ministers various