[From Pigot's Directory, 1837]


FORMS the north north-western part of the island, in Michael sheading, and is near five miles in length from east to west, and two in breadth from north to south. The parish church, which is dedicated to St. Patrick, a was erected in 1814, is nearly eight miles north-west of Ramsey, on an elevated site; the living is a vicarage in the gift of the bishop of Sodor and Man. This parish is generally level and fertile. An annual fair for cattle is held on the fifth of April.


Farrant Mr. William, C.P. Ballamoar
Harrison Rev. John Edward (vicar) Vicarage
Thompson Capt. Edward, Summerhill


Caley Daniel, Jurby East
Keruish Allan, Sandy gate
PAROCHIAL, Jurby - John Looney master


Caine David, Ballacaine
Clarke Augustus, West Nappin,
Clarke Thomas, Rhaindoo
Clarke William, West Nappin
Collister John, Ballaconnelly
Corlett John, Barrag
Cubbon Henry, Brew
Kelly William, Ballacurry
Kelly William, Ballahasuey
Leece John, East Nappin
M'Connell Andrew, Ballateare
Morrison John, Ballaworry
Moughtin William, Sarsfield
Tasker William, Ballavarvane
Vondy John, Ballig,


Callister Thomas, blacksmith,Jurby
Carran Thos. blacksmith, Sandy gate
Carran Thomas, publican, Jurby
Clarke John, joiner, Jurby
Collister John, Shoemaker, Ballasalla
Collister Patrick, tailor, Jurby
Collister Thomas,blacksmith, Jurby
Collister Thomas,shoemaker, Jurby
Crossley William, tailor, Jurby
Harrison James, surgeon, Vicarage
Joughin Andrew,blacksmith, Nappin,
Killey Catherine, publican, Jurby
Kinley William, tailor, Coolaway
Lace John, parish clerk, east Nappin
Lewin James, sumner, Jurby
Quayle Philip, joiner, Jurby
Simpson Betsy, dress maker, Ballavarvane
Simpson George, shopkeeper, Ballavarvane


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