Hello again Joe. I wonder if Dromara used to be spelt Dromaragh as in the book "A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland" c.1836 -
Dromaragh, or Annesborough, a post-town and parish, partly in the barony of Kinelearty partly in that of Lower Iveagh, but chiefly in that of Upper Iveagh, county of Down, 5 miles (E.S.E.) from Dromore. Woodford, formerly the residence of Jas. Black has extensive bleach-works and was once the seat of a flourishing branch of the linen manufacture.
In the Belfast Newspaper index William Adair of Tullycarn, Dromore apparently had an auction of dwellings and bleachmill rented to John Magill on 1 Mar 1771, applications to Joseph Adair, title deeds 25.