Donahey Relieving Officer, William Duffy Ramelton Creamery, James Kelly, manager Stamp Office, F.
Brady, sergeant Dispensary and Fever Hospital - Dr.
Hayes, assistants Ramelton National Male and Female School No. Hamilton, principal; Miss Browne, assistant Solicitors - William Kelly, John Wray PUBLIC OFFICERS Magistrates:- Sir.
Mitchell, Post Office Bakers, Hugh Osborne Barber, John Hilferty Butter Dealers:- H.
Ramelton Randalstown Raphoe Rasharkin Rathfriland Rathmullan Richhill Rockcorry Rostrevor Saintfield Scarva Shercock Sixmilecross Smithboro' Stewartstown Strabane and Lifford Strangford Stranocum Swanlinbar Tanderagee Toomebridge Trillick (Co.
Tyrone) Kilskeery (Trillick) Tynan Upperlands Waringstown and Donaghcloney Warrenpoint Whitehead This town is distant from Derry about twelve miles.
The route is by the Lough Swilly Railway to Fahan Point, thence by steamer, which sails to and from Ramelton, calling at Rathmullan.
Ramelton is prettily situated on the River Lennon, and vessels of ten feet draught can come up Lough Swilly to the quays at high water. Fairs are held for the sale of cattle, sheep, pigs, etc., on the 15th of each month.
The population at the 1911 census was 932 PLACES OF WORSHIP Church of Ireland - Incumbent, W.
Mc Cann; church warden, Samuel Goodwin Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev.
Alfred Torrens PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS Auctioneers - Wm.
Civil Bill Officer - Samuel Cassidy Collector of Poor Rates - David Malseed Commissioners for taking Affidavits - Forrest Mitchell, Chas.