Coombe, Lower

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

From Francis-street to Meath-street.

P. St. Nicholas Without, 1 to 38. P. St. Catherine, 39 to 49. P. St. Luke, 80 to 129.—1 to 36 Wood-quay W. 37 to 129 Merchants'-quay W.—City.

1 to 4 Tenements, 5l. to 6l.

5 Kilroe, Mr. William, 6l.

7 and 8 Ruins

9 to 13 Tenements

13 Weavers' Alms-house

14 Weavers' Hall, 19l.

South Dublin Penny Bank

15 Williams, Thos. clock maker, 10l.

16 to 21 Tenements, 8l. to 10l.

22 Bolton, Andrew, silk dresser, 12l.

23 Judge, John, silk and tabinet manufacturer, 13l.

24 Tenements, 12l.

25 Flanigan, Denis, grocer and wholesale grocer and importer of dried fruit, & 5 & 6 Hanover-street, 19l.

here Hanover-street, West, intersects

26 Dwyer, James, chandler, 14l.

[27 to 31—6l. to 10l.]

27 Dunne, Jos. prov. dealer,

28 to 31 Tenements,

32 Farrington, C. baker

33 Tenements

34 Coyle, Mat. coal & coke factor, 6l.

35 Segrave, John, locksmith, 6l.

36 Lyons, Denis, grocer, 14l.

here Ash-street intersects

37 Hayden, Patrick, prov. dealer, 5l.

38 to 41 Tenements,

42 Farrell, John, provision dealer

43 Tenements

44 Burke, William, marine stores

45 and 46 Tenements

47 Dunn, Walter, cartwright, 5l.

48 and 49 Hickey, D. tobacconist, 12l.

here Meath-st. and Brabazon-st. intersect.

50 to 54 Tenements

55 Martin, Caleb, weaver utensil manufacturer

56 to 61 Tenements

62 Murphy, Andrew, harness maker

63 to 65 Tenements

66 James, Daniel, millwright, iron foundry, and engineer

67 Ruins

68 Matthews, Richard, Mr.

69 to 78 Tenements

79 Egan, Esther, grocer

Coombe Lying-in Hospital—John Ringland, m.d., and James M. Sawyer, m.d., masters of the hospital; J. J. Nolan, resident apothecary; Wm. Basil Anderson, registrar

80 Kelly, John, corn and coal factor

85 & 86 Flannagan, J. pawnbroker 54l.

87 to 89 Tenements, 6l. to 8l.

here Gallagher's-court intersects

90 Roe, J. turner. 8l.

91 Toole, Elizab. provision dealer, 9l.

92 Tenements, 8l.

here Fordam's-alley intersects

93 Dunne, Walter, cart maker, 7l.

94 Earley, John, dairy, 9l.

95 Mason, Jas. grocer & spirit dlr. 18l.

here Kane's-alley intersects

96 to 98 Coombe Ragged Schools

99 Daly, Owen, board and lodg. ho. 6l.

100 Morgan, George, plumber, 6l.

here Skinner's-alley intersects

101 to 103 Tenements, 6l. to 7l.

104 Adams, Thomas, clock maker, 8l.

105 Bell, John, builder, and Belmont, Maynooth, 32l.

106 & 107 Tenements, 8l., 6l.

here Daniel's-alley intersects

St. Luke's Church—Rev. H. R Halahan, rector

St. Luke's Parish School—James Heagan, parish clerk & master; Mrs. Whitty, schoolmistress; Miss Porter, infant school

Fitzpatrick, Andrew, beadle

Marshall, George, sexton

108 Heagan, James, vestry clerk

109 & 110 Parkes, Jn. Craig, iron, steel, zinc, pipe, and tin plate merch. 18l.

111 Parkes, John C. coffin furniture manuf. die sinker, & medallist, 60l.

112 Mahony, John James, and Son, wholesale brush manufacts. 27l.

113 Beahan, Terence, pump borer, 6l.

114 and 114½ Tenements, each 6l.

here Wall's-court intersects

115 & 116 Murphy, B. lodging-ho. 8l., 6l.

117 Tenements, 10l.

118 Williams, Ed. H. silk dresser, 20l.

119 Tenements, 11l., 15l.

120, 121, and 122 Spencer, Henry, pawnbroker, 30l., 14l.

123 Murphy, D. successor to J. Fox, pump maker & hydraulist, 14l.

124 & 125 Grace, Maryanne, grocer, 18l.

„ Grace, John, cabinetmak. & uphol.

here Grace's-court intersects

126 & 127 Grace, Thos. prov. dl. 15l., 21l.

128 Deering, William, coal dealer, 12l.

129 Dowling, Jas. grocer & spir. dlr. 20l.

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