Phibsborough road and cottages

Author
Date1862
SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862
Section

P. of Grangegorman, 1 to 45. P. St. George, 46 to 123.—Arran-quay W.

1 Law, Samuel, vint. & prov. deal. 13l.

2 McCarthy, Nicholas, boot and shoe maker, 7l.

3 Tenements, 10l.

4 Railway Carriage Company, engineers and contractors, Midland Great Western Railway

5 Fay, Mr. William, 4l.

6 Shannon, Martin, M.G. W.R. 6l.

7 & 8 O'Neill, Hugh, engineer, Royal Canal, 17l.

Gannon's Buildings.

9 Bennett, Mr. Thomas, 18l.

10 Osborne, Mr. Henry, 18l.

11 O'Beirne, Redmond Thomas, coach painter, 18l.

12 Gannon, Mr. Henry, 13l.

Glebe house, Rev. Wm. Maturin, rector, 30l.

Grangegorman Church—Rev. Wm. Maturin, rector

Male and Female Schools

14 Mathew, Mr. George, 4l.

15 Browne, Peter, stonecutter, 5l. 10s.

16 Sheehan, Jas. coal factor, 3l. 10s.

17 Kent, Jonath. cabinet male. 5l. 10s.

18 Browne, John, provision dealer, 10l.

here Monck-place intersects

19 Fanning, James, vintner, 21l.

20 Strahan, Rich. cabinet maker, 12l.

21 Ledwidge, Wm. trimming shop, 7l.

22 Hart, James, victualler, 4l.

23 Dignam, Mr. Edward, 10l.

24 Mooney, Mr John, 12l.

25 to 28 Building ground

here Phibsborough and Phibsborough-avenue intersect.

29 Bernard, Jas. drapers' box manufacturer, 3l.

30 Peters, John, coach smith, 11l.

31 & 32 Quinn, John, victualler, 8l., 11l.

33 Murphy, Mr. A. g.p.o. 11l.

34 Magill, Mr. Patrick, 9l.

35 Murray, Mr. Robert, 9l.

36 Ward, Mr. James, 9l.

37 Lynch, Mr. Thomas, 8l.

38 Hussey, Mr. Patrick, g.p.o., 11l.

39 Maxton, John, draper, 13l.

40 Mahon, James, esq. 17l.

41 Malone, Edward, fruiterer, 3l.

42 Bermingham, Felix, victualler, 13l.

43 Silk, M. tailor, 12l.

44 Bernard, Mr. T. 11l.

45 Kennedy, George, m.d. apoth. 11l.

46 Hayden, John, grocer and provision stores, 18l.

46½ Watters, John, confectioner

here Circular-road intersects

47 Molloy, Philip, provision stores

here Maguire's-court intersects

48 Maguire, John, stucco plasterer, 3l.

49 Farrelly, Philip, groceries and provision stores, 18l.

50 Welsh, Mr. William, 13l.

51 O'Hanrahan, Thos. linen & woollen drapery warerooms, 11l.

52 Farrell, Teresa, prov. dealer, 11l.

53 M'Donnell, Mrs. Mary, 7l.

54 Bernard, Mrs. Mary, 7l.

55 Smyth, Charles, dairy, 11l.

56 to 61 Cottages, each 2l. 10s.

here Pentony' s-lane, otherwise Weaver's-lane, intersects.

62 Harding, Mr. 10l.

63 Kerr, Patk. grocer & spirit dlr. 21l.

64 Rooney, Mr. Henry, & 20 Henrietta-street, 14l.

65 Christie, Mr. Greene, 18l.

65½ Ferguson, Mr. Henry, 14l.

66 Tenements, 13l.

67 O'Neill, Valentine, esq. 13l.

68 Ryan, Mr. 11l.

69 Rumbly, Mr. 15l.

70 Beverage, Mr. 11l.

71 Rogers, Mr. John, 13l.

72 White, Mr. John, 12l.

73 Coleman, Mrs. 12l.

74 Dwyer, Mrs. 9l.

75 Tenements, 20l.

76 Dowling, William, grocer and provision dealer, 12l.

77 Shannon, Mr. John, 18l.

Phibsborough Cottages.—(78-87.)

78 Rice, Mrs. 3l.

79 & 80 Cottages in tenem. each 3l. 10s.

81 Dobbs, James, printer, 3l. 10s.

82 to 87 Cottages in tenem. each 3l. 10s.

here Kelly's-lane intersects

88 Brophy, John, grocer, and smith in general, 12l.

89 to 91 Tenements, 6l. to 14l.

[92 to 98—6l. to 14l.]

92 Byrne, John, carpenter,

93 Reddy, John, clerk,

94 Geraghty, Mr. James,

95 Lowe, Richard, clerk,

96 Morgan, Mrs. Mary Anne,

97 Tenements,

98 Boyle, James, dairy,

99 Vacant, 14l.

here Foster-cottages intersect

100 Tenements

Foster Buildings.—(101-104.)

101 Hird, Abraham, wool dealer, 18l.

102 Gowan, Thomas, fish factor, 18l.

103 Shea, Mr. William, 18l.

104 Stritch, Mr. Charles, 18l.

105 to 107 Tenements, 9l., 9l., 14l.

108 Armstrong, Mr. Robert, 14l.

here White's-lane intersects

109 Reid, Mrs.

110 Waste ground

111 to 122 Tenements, 1l. to 2l. 10s.

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