Tipperary County Directory 1862

From Thom's Irish Almanac and Offical Directory for 1862

TIPPERARY, an inland county in Munster province. Boundaries: N., Galway and King's; E., King's, Queen's, and Kilkenny; S., Waterford; W., Cork, Limerick, Clare, and Galway. Greatest length, N. and S., 70 miles; greatest breadth, E. and W., 40 miles; comprising an area of 1,659 square miles, or 1,061,731 acres; of which 843,887 are arable, 178,183 uncultivated, 23,779 in plantations, 2,359 in towns, and 13,523 underwater. The surface rises into the mountains of Knockmeledown, the Galtees, and Slievenaman in the S., the group of which Keeperhill is the principal in the W., and into the Slievardagh hills, E. The soil of the level country is a rich calcareous loam, of extraordinary fertility, particularly in the tract called the Golden Vein, extending from Limerick to the confines of Kilkenny county, and in the centre of which is Tipperary town, and in another similar tract of level ground, in the Ormond baronies. The Suir and Nore rise in the Devil's Bit mountain, near Templemore; the former, for the greater part of its course, running through the county; the Shannon forms part of its western boundary. The subsoil is clay-slate in the mountain districts, and limestone in the more level tracts, which form part of the great central plain of Ireland, and include some branches of the Bog of Allen. The mineral productions are coal, copper, and lead; zinc in large quantities has lately been discovered at Silvermines; slates of a good quality are extensively raised near Killaloe; copper at Hollyford and lead at Shallee are found most abundantly; the lead is rich in silver. The population in 1841 was 435,553; 364,261 in the rural, and 71,292 in the civic district; and in 1861 the total population of the county was 247,496, being a decrease of 188,057. The occupations are almost wholly agricultural. The produce is principally corn; wheat is grown in large quantities and of superior quality; dairies are numerous, affording an export of large quantities of butter. Flour and meal are also largely manufactured and exported. The woollen trade, which flourished in the southern part, is nearly extinct.

The county is divided into 2 ridings, N. and S.; the North consists of 6 baronies, Ormond Lower and Upper, Owney and Arra, Ikerrin, Eliogarty, and Kilnemanagh Upper. The South Riding has also 6 baronies, Slievardagh, Kilnemanagh Lower, Middlethird, Clanwilliam, and Iffa and Offa East and West, and contains 193 parishes. It is in the dioceses of Cashel, Emly, Killaloe, and Lismore. The principal towns are, Clonmel, population in 1861, 11,104; Nenagh, 6,282; Carrick-on-Suir, 4,986; Thurles, 4,788; Tipperary, 5,907; Cashel, 4,317; Roscrea, 3,543; Fethard, 2,301; Caher, 3,068; Templemore, 2,973. The county returns 4 members to Parliament, 2 for the county at large, constituency in 1859, 9,526; and 1 each for the boroughs of Cashel and Clonmel, constituencies, 147 and 253. It is in the Leinster Circuit. The Assizes for the North Riding are held in Nenagh, and for the South, in Clonmel. The county is within the military district of Cork; and there are Barrack stations at Nenagh, Roscrea, Templemore, Thurles, Caher, Bansha, Caher Castle, Carrick-on-Suir, Cashel, Clonmel, Fethard, and Tipperary.

The net annual value of property in the county under the Tenement Valuation Act, is £665,059.

Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum.
The Right Hon. Lord Viscount LISMORE (1857), Shanbally Castle, Clogheen, in this county; Travellers' Club, London, S.W. *

High Sheriff (1861-62).
Sir WILLIAM OSBORNE, bart, Beechwood, Tipperary.

Members of Parliament for the County.
THE O'DONOHUE of the Glens, Tralee; Reform Club, London, S.W.
LAURENCE WALDRON, esq., a Commissioner of National Education, Killenaule, Thurles; Ballybrack, Dalkey, co. Dublin; Reform Club, London, S.W.

Deputy Lieutenants.
Bagwell, John, M.P., Marlfield, Clonmel; Eastgrove, Queenstown, co. Cork; Kildare-street Club, Dublin; Reform Club, London, S.W. *b
Barker, William Ponsonby, Kilcooly Abbey, Johnstown *
Bayly, John, Debsborough, Tipperary; Aravon, Bray, co. Wicklow; Kildare-street Club, Dublin. *
Bloomfield, Right Hon. Lord, K.C.B , Laughton House, Moneygall; British Embassy, Vienna.
Carden, Sir John Craven, bart., Priory, Templemore
Carden, Richard Minchin, Fishmoyne, Templemore
Clarke, Charles, Graigenoe Park, Holycross
D'Alton, Count Edward, Grenanstown, Nenagh
Dawson, George Massy, New Forest, co. Tipperary; Lota, Booterstown, co. Dublin *
DeChabot, Major-Gen, the Viscount, K.C.H., Thomastown Castle, Golden
Donoughmore, Lieut.-Col. the Right Hon. the Earl of, P.C., Knocklofty, Clonmel; Belmont, Wexford; Carlton Club, London, S.W. *b
Dunalley, Right Hon. Lord, Kilboy, Nenagh *‡
Gough, Hon. Geo. Stephens, Loughcooter Castle, Gort *
Hawarden, Lieut.-Colonel Viscount, Dundrum, Cashel; 5, Prince's Gardens, South Kensington, W.; Carlton Club, London, S.W.
Head, William Henry, Modreeny House, Cloughjordan
Hutchinson, Hon. R. H., Knocklofty House, Clonmel
Lalor, Edmund James Power, Long Orchard, Templetuohy; Army and Navy Club, London, S.W.; Stafford Club, London, W. *
Lalor, Thomas, Cregg, Carrick-on-Suir *‡
Lenigan, James, M.A. (T.C.D.), Castlefogarty, Thurles; Kildare-street Club, Dublin; Athenaeum Club, London, S.W.
Lowe, Richard Butler Hamilton, Cashel ‡
Mathew, Captain William Fitzwilliam, Dublin
O'Meagher, Stephen, Kilmoyler, Caher ‡
Osborne, Sir William Toler, Beechwood, Tipperary &8224;
Otway, Capt. Robert Jocelyn, R.N., Castle Otway, Templederry; United Service Club, London, S.W.
Perry, William, Woodrooff, Clonmel
Ryan, George, Inch House, Thurles *‡
Stuart, William Villiers, Castletown, Carrick-on-Suir
Trant, John, Dovea, Thurles; Carlton Club, London, S.W. *
Waldron, Laurence, M.P., a Commissioner of National Education, Killenaule, Thurles; Ballybrack, Dalkey, co. Dublin; Reform Club, London, S.W. ‡

Chairman of Quarter Sessions.
JOHN HOWLEY, esq. (First) Sergeant-at-Law (1835), 32, Upper Fitzwilliam-street, Dublin.

Magistrates.
Adair, John George, Loughmore Castle
Adams, Samuel Hamilton Goold, Salisbury, Clonmel b
Adams, Thomas Travers, Annagurra, Ballinlanders, Tipperary
Andrews, Thomas, Cashel
Armstrong, George De La Poer, Mealiff, Thurles
Armstrong, Major William, Farney Castle, Thurles
Atkinson, George, Ashley Park, Nenagh
Bagwell, John, M.P., D.L., Marlfield, Clonmel; Eastgrove, Queenstown, co. Cork; Kildare-street Club, Dublin; Reform Club, London, S.W. *b
Baker, George Cole, Ballydavid House, Bansha, Tipperary
Barker, William Ponsonby, D.L., Kilcooly Abbey, Johnstown, co. Kilkenny *
Barrington, Sir William Hartigan, bart., Glenstal, Murroe
Barton, Thomas Barker, Grove, Fethard
Bayly, John, D.L., Debsborough, Tipperary; Aravon, Bray, co. Wicklow; Kildare-street Club, Dublin *
Bayly, John, jun., Debsborough, Tipperary †
Bayly, Richard Uniacke, Dundrum ‡
Bennett, George Latham, Glenafy, Tipperary
Bianconi, Charles, Longfield, Cashel ‡
Biddulph, Nicholas, Congor House, Borrisokane
Birch, James Sayce, Birch Grove, Roscrea
Blackett, Marmaduke Bloomfield, Right Hon. Lord, K.C.B., D.L., Laughton House, Moneygall; British Embassy, Vienna.
Bradshaw, Hugh Wm., Philipstown House, Cappawhite
Bradshaw, Samuel Evans, Tipperary
Briscoe, Henry W., Tinvane House, Carrick-on-Suir
Bryan, Rev. William, Gurteen, Fethard, Tipperary
Bushe, John Macartney, Cashel
Butler, James, Park, Templemore
Butler, James Archer, Garnavilla, Caher
Butler, Thomas, Ballycarron, Cashel
Butler, Thomas, jun., Ballycarron, Golden
Butler, William, Frescati Lodge, Blackrock, co. Dublin; Royal St. George's Yacht Club, Kingstown
Cambie, Solomon Lalor, Killoran, Templemore
Carden, Lieut.-Colonel Henry Robert, Fishmoyne, Templemore
Carden, Richard Minchin, D.L., Fishmoyne, Templemore
Carden, Sir John C., bart., D.L., The Priory, Templemore
Carew, Robert, Wodenstown, Cashel
Carrol, Wm. Hutchinson, Tulla House, Nenagh
Chatterton, Lieut.-Gen. Sir James Chas., bart., K.H., S.F., LL.D., D.L., Colonel of the 5th Royal Irish Lancers, Castle Mahon, Cork
Chaytor, John, Caher
Clanricarde, Most Hon. the Marquess of, K.ST.P., Castle, Portumna; 17, Stratton-street, London, W.
Clarke, Charles, D.L., Graigenoe Park, Holycross
Clarke, Robert, Ironmills, Cappawhite; Portarlington, King's co.
Cooke, John William, Fortwilliam, Borrisoleigh
Cooke, Robert, Kiltinane Castle, Fethard
Cooper, Samuel, Killenure, Cashel
Cust, Leopold, Tipperary
D'Alton, Count Edward, D.L., Grenanstown, Nenagh
Daly, Hon. Bowes, Killough Castle, Holycross, Thurles
Dancer, Sir Thomas Bernard, bart., Modreeny House, Cloughjordan *
Darby, Jonathan, The Leap, Roscrea
Dawson, George Massy, D.L., New Forest, co. Tipperary; Lota, Booterstown, co. Dublin *
Desart, Right Hon. the Earl of, Desart, Kilkenny; Carlton Club. London, S.W.
Despard, William, Corraiganore, Waterford.
Donoughmore, Lt.-Col. the Right Hon. the Earl of, D.L., Knocklofty, Clonmel; Belmont, Wexford; Carlton Club, London, S.W. *b
Dunalley, Right Hon. Lord, Kilboy, Nenagh *‡
Dundas, Major John Hamilton, Nenagh †
Dwyer, Major-Gen. Hen. Ballyquirke Castle, Borrisokane
Dwyer, John Stephen, Castleconnell
Falkiner, Richard Henry, Mount Falcon, Borrisokane
Fennell, William Joshua, Commissioner of Fisheries, Ballybrada, Caher, and Dublin
Finch, William, Tullamore, Nenagh; The Elms, Sevenoaks, Kent
Fitzgerald, Sir Thos. Judkin, bart., Golden Hills, Golden
Ffrench, Hon. Martin (Res. Mag.), Cashel
Fleming, John (Res. Mag.), Nenagh
Franks, John, Ballyscaddane, Knocklong
Gabbett, John, Castle Lake, Sixmilebridge
Galwey, James, Colligan Lodge, Dungarvan
Garvey, George, Thornvale, Moneygall
Going, Caleb, Traverstown, Nenagh †
Going, John, Wilford, Killenaule
Going, John, Bird Hill, Newport, Tipperary †
Going, John Thomas, Newhill House, Littleton
Going, Capt. Richard Pennefather, Ballynonty House, Killenaule
Going, Samuel Murray, Liskeveen House, Littleton
Going, William, Ballyphilip, Killenaule
Goold, George Ignatius (Res. Mag.), Clonmel
Gough, Hon. George Stephens, D.L., Loughcooter, Gort
Gough, Percy, Glenconner, Clonmel b
Graham, John, Castlepark, Cashel
Grene, George, Powerstown, Clonmel
Grene, John, Cappamurra, Cashel
Grene, Nicholas Biddulph, Grene Park, Cashel
Grey, Charles Grey, M.A. (Durham), Ballykisteen, Tipperary
Griffith, Joseph, Roscrea
Grubb, Richard, Caher Abbey, Caher
Hackett, Thomas, Parsonstown
Hamilton, Frederick, Castle Waller, Newport
Hanna, Samuel (Res. Mag.), Carrick-on-Suir
Hartford, Augustus, Wellington Lodge, Templemore
Hawarden, Lt.-Col. the Right Hon. Viscount, D.L., Dundrum, Cashel; 5, Prince's Gardens, South Kensington, London, W.; Carlton Club, London, S.W.
Head, Henry Darby, Ballyguivane, Nenagh
Head, Wm. Henry, D.L., Modreeny House, Cloughjordan
Herbert, Rev. Nicholas, M.A. (T.C.D.), New Inn, Cashel
Herbert, Walter, Pill House, Carrick-on-Suir
Holmes, Waller Bassett, Nenagh †‡
Hone, Joseph, 72, Harcourt-street, Dublin
Howley, Patrick C. (Res. Mag.), Tipperary
Howley, Wm., Rich Hill, Castleconnell, co. Limerick
Hunt, Vere, High Park, Cappawhite
Hutchinson, John Dawson, Timoney Park, Roscrea
Hutchinson, Joseph F., Golden Grove, Roscrea
Jackson, Frederick A., Inane, Roscrea
Jackson, Major George, Rapla, Nenagh
Jackson, John Andrew, Mountpleasant, Nenagh
Jephson, Lorenzo H., Carrick House, Carrick-on-Suir
Jones, John Gore (Res. Mag.), Thurles
Kellett, Richard Orlando, Clonacody House, Fethard
Kenny, Joseph, Clonmel b
Kingston, Right Hon. the Earl of, Mitchelstown
Knox, Lieut.-Colonel, Brittas Castle, Thurles
Lalor, Edmund James Power, D.L., Long Orchard, Templetuohy; Army and Navy Club, London, S.W; Stafford Club, London, W. *‡
Lalor, John, Gurteen, Parsonstown
Lalor, Thomas, D.L., Cregg, Carrick-on-Suir *‡
Lane, James, Sandford, Shipton
Lanigan, John, M.P., Richmond, Templemore; Reform Club, London, S.W.
Lenigan, James, M.A. (T.C.D.), D.L., Castle Fogarty, Thurles; Kildare-street Club, Dublin; Athenaeum Club, London, S.W.
Lidwell, Frederick, Dromard, Roscrea
Lloyd, Charles Henry, Lisheen Castle, Templemore
Lloyd, John Jesse, Lloydsborough, Templemore
Lowe, Richard Butler Hamilton, D.L., Cashel ‡
Lowe, Francis Wise, Kilshane, Tipperary
Lyster, William, Clomanto, Freshford
Maguire, Philip, Kilmoyler, Caher
Maher, Nicholas Valentine, Turtulla, Thurles; Reform Club, London, S W.
Mansergh, John Craven, Tipperary
Mansergh, Richard Martin Southcote, Grenane, Tipperary
Mansergh, Southcote, Gralla, Thurles
Marshall, Rev. Joseph, B.A. (T.C.D.), Baronne Court, Riverstown; University Club, Dublin
Massey, Henry W., Rosanna, Tipperary
Massey, Hugh, Ballywire, Tipperary
Massey, Hugh, Riversdale, Tipperary
Massy, John, Kingswell, Tipperary
Massy, Robert Dawson Bolton, Ballywire, Tipperary
Mason, James, Belwood, Templemore
Mathew, Captain William Fitzwilliam, D.L., Dublin
Maude, Maurice Ceely, Cloughjordan
Millet, Matthew Richard, Kyle
Millett, John, Lismortah, Fethard, Tipperary
Minchin, Charles, Rathelough, Cashel
Minnett, Joshua Robert, Annabeg, Nenagh †‡
Moore, Charles, Moore's Fort, Tipperary
Moore, Stephen Charles, Barn, Clonmel b
Mountcashel, Right Hon. the Earl of, M.A. (Cantab.), F.R.S.. Moore Park, Kilworth, co. Cork; Conservative Club, London, S.W.
Mulcahy, Edmund, Ballymakee, Clonmel
Murphy, William, Ballinamona, Cashel
O'Brien, Denis, Waterloo Cottage, Caher
O'Brien, Francis, Thurles
O'Meagher, Stephen, D.L., Kilmoyler, Caher ‡
O'Neill, Thomas, Carrick-on-Suir
Osborne, Sir William Toler, bart., D.L., Beechwood, Tipperary †
Otway, Capt. Robert Jocelyn, R.N., D.L., Castle Otway, Templederry; United Service Club, London, S.W.
Palmer, Sandford, B.A. (T.C.D.), Ballinlough, Roscrea
Parsons, Henry
Pennefather, Lieut.-General Sir John Lysaght, K.C.B., Colonel of the 22nd Foot, Commanding the Division at Aldershott, United Service Club, London, S.W.
Pennefather, Richard, Lakefield, Fethard
Pennefather, William, Lakefield, Fethard
Pennefather, William, B.A. (T.C.D.), Ballylanigan, Mullinahone
Perry, Samuel, Barona, Clonmel
Perry, William, Newcastle, Clonmel
Perry, William, D.L., Woodrooff, Clonmel ‡
Philips, Richard Gaile, Cashel
Phillips, Richard E., Mount Rivers, Newport †
Poe, Arthur, Harley Park, Callan
Powell, Caleb, Clonshevoy, Barrington's-bridge, Limerick
Purefoy, Capt. Edward Bagwell, Greenfield, Tipperary *
Quinn, William Montgomery, Loughloher Castle, Caher b
Rae, Langford
Reade, Lovick Loftus, Rathbeg, Urlingford
Riall, Samuel, Annerville, Clonmel b
Riall, William Henry, Summerhill, Clonmel b
Robbins, Nathaniel Eyre, Sunville, Golden
Rosse, Right Hon. the Earl of, K.ST.P., F.R.S., LL.D., Castle, Parsonstown; Athenaeum and Carlton Clubs, London, S.W.
Russell, Robert Potter, F.R.C.S.I., Cashel
Ryan, George, D.L., Inch House, Thurles *‡
Ryan, John, Scarteen, co. Limerick
Ryan, W., Ballymakeogh, Newport
Sadleir, Clement, Carrick-on-Suir
Sadleir, Thomas, Ballinderry House, Borrisokane *†
Sadleir, James, Brookville, Tipperary
Sadleir, Richard W. R.
Sankey, Captain Jacob Hiram, R.N., Coolmore, Fethard
Saunders, Henry Owen, Borrisokane †
Scully, Carberry, Carrick-on-Suir
Scully, Francis, Athassal, Tipperary; Reform Club, London, S.W.
Scully, James, Golden ‡
Scully, Roger, Dualla, Cashel
Shine, Roger H., Canner Park, Fethard
Smith, James Ramsey, Carrickbarahane, Kilmacthomas
Smithwick, William, Youghal House, Nenagh
Spaight, James, Derry Castle, Killaloe
Spaight, William, Derry Castle, Killaloe
Stewart, John, Loughveagh House, Church Hill, Letterkenny, co. Donegal
Stoney, Thomas Butler, Portland, Munster Harbour *
Stoney, Thomas George, Kyle Park, Borrisokane
Stradbroke, Right Hon. the Earl of, Lord Lieutenant, Custos Rotulorum, and Vice-Admiral of Suffolk, Bilboa, Pallasgreen; Henham Hall, Wangford, Suffolk; 33, Belgrave-square, London, S.W.
Stuart, Wm. Villiers, D.L., Castletown, Carrick-on-Suir
Taylor, Edwin, Clogheen
Trant, John, D.L., Dovea, Thurles; Carlton Club, London, S.W. *
Trench, Henry, Cangort Park, Roscrea
Tuthill, Captain William
Ussher, Arthur, Ballysaggartmore, Lismore
Waldron, Laurence, M.P., D.L., a Commissioner of National Education, Ballybrack, Dalkey; Killenaule, Thurles; Reform Club, London, S.W. ‡
Wall, James W., Carrick-on-Suir
Waller, Edward, Finnoe House, Borrisokane
Waller, William, Prior Park, Nenagh
Walsh, John, Fanningstown, Pilltown
Warburton, Captain John, Caherville House, Golden
Webb, Charles, Woodville, Templemore
Webb, Daniel James, Woodville Lodge, Templemore
Webb, James Napier, M.A. (T.C.D.)., Knocktoran House, Knocklong
White, John, Cashel
White, Robert William, Springmount, Golden
Willington, James, Kingstown
Willington, John, Killoskehan, Borrisoleigh
Wilson, George Hamilton, Harvest Lodge, Lorrha
Wilson, Thomas Bennett, Carrick-on-Suir

County Officers.
Clerks of the Crown, at Nenagh, James Carmichael, esq. (1843), 87, Stephen's-green, Dublin; at Clonmel, Henry Pedder, esq., Clonmel
Clerk of the Peace, Hon. George Ponsonby Prittie (1842), Oakville, Clonmel.
Deputy Clerk of the Peace, Mr. Thomas Dorney, Queen-street, Clonmel.
Crown Solicitor, Thos. Kemmis, esq. (1852), 45, Kildare-street, Dublin.
Sessional Crown Prosecutor, George Bolton, jun., esq. (1852), Nenagh, and 6, Ely-place, Dublin.
Treasurer, Ambrose Lane, esq. (1819), Clonmel.
Secretary to the Grand Jury, Edwin Sadleir, esq. (1834), Glenview, Clonmel.
County Surveyors, S. R., J. L. Worrall, esq. (1860), Prior Park, Clonmel.—N. R., A. H. Crawford, esq., Nenagh (1845.)
Sub-Sheriff, Gerald Fitzgerald, esq., New-quay, Clonmel.
Sheriff's Returning Officer, Joseph Hanley, esq., 25, Lower Gardiner-street, Dublin
Coroners, Thos. T. Abbott, esq., Nenagh; Thos. O'Meara, esq., Borrisoleigh; J. Ryan, M.D., Tipperary; and James John Shee, esq., Clonmel.

STAMP DISTRIBUTERS.
Head Distributer at Clonmel, G. Fitzgerald, esq.
Borrisoleigh, Michael Chadwick.
Borrisokane, Nat. Powell.
Caher, Samuel Jellico.
Carrick-on-Suir, Miss M. A. Purcell.
Cashel, Mrs. M. Dolan.
Clogheen, Maurice Roche.
Cloughjordan, Patrick O'Reilly.
Fethard, R. T. Wilson.
Killenaule, Thomas Croke.
Mullinahone, * * *
Nenagh, Patrick Cane.
Newport, Rebecca Bassett.
Roscrea, James Gray.
Templemore, W. D. Laffan.
Thurles, M. Quinlan.
Tipperary, R. Heuston.

BARONY CESS COLLECTORS, N.R.
Eliogarty, Richard Lawler, Cambie, Templemore.
Ikerrin, George R. Lloyd, Skehanagh, Templemore.
Kilnemanagh, Half Barony of, George Robins, Glenview, Kinnitty.
Lower Ormond, Richd. Falkiner, Rodeen, Borrisokane.
Upper Ormond, and Owney and Arra, Robert Going, Traverstown Farm, Nenagh.

BARONY CESS COLLECTORS, S.R.
Clanwilliam, Samuel E. Bradshaw, Pegsborough, Tipperary.
Iffa and Offa, east, John Kennedy, Derrygrath,Clonmel.
Iffa and Offa, west, William Perry, Ballybeg.
Kilnemanagh, Half Barony of, George Robins, Dundrum, Cashel; and Kinnitty, King's co.
Middlethird, Owen Lloyd Mansergh, Cashel.
Slievardagh, James Chadwick, Cashel.

CONSTABULARY OFFICERS, N.R.
County Inspector, John Anderson, esq., Nenagh.
Sub-Inspectors' Stations:-
Ballina, Killaloe, Falkner M. Harnett, esq.
Borrisokane, James Carr Wickham, esq.
Borrisoleigh, John Mullarkey, esq.
Lorrha, Andrew Reed, esq.
Nenagh, Robert J. Reamsbottom, esq.
Newport, Wm. Somerset Keogh, esq.
Roscrea, James Healy, esq.
Templemore, William Nowlan, esq.
Thurles, Joseph Bradshaw, esq.

CONSTABULARY OFFICERS, S.R.
County Inspector, William H. Hemsworth, esq., Clonmel.
Sub-Inspectors' Stations:-
Ballynonty, New Birmingham, John Monahan, esq.
Bansha, George MacCarthy, esq.
Caher, William Fosbery, esq.
Carrick-on-Suir, John C. Browne, esq.
Cashel, Thomas Thompson, esq.
Clogheen, Samuel T. McCarthy, esq.
Clonmel, Francis Kitson, esq.
Dundrum, Wm. St. Laurence Tyrrell, esq.
Mullinahone, Gerard Maurice Quill, esq.
Tipperary, William Saville, esq.

PETTY SESSIONS COURTS.
Place where held, Day, and Name of Clerk.
Ardfinan, second Friday; Richard J. Prendergast.
Ballynonty, Killenaule, second Friday; H. Bagnell.
Ballyporeen, Mitchelstown, second Tuesday; Richard Archdeacon.
Bansha, second Monday; John Andrews.
Borrisokane, second Wednesday; Joseph Guilfoyle.
Borrisoleigh, second Monday; Michael Chadwick.
Caher, second Thursday; John G. Fennell.
Cappawhite, second Friday; Patrick Slyne.
Carrick-on-Suir, second Thursday; Patrick Gaule.
Cashel, Wednesday; Denis J. Scully.
Clogheen, second Thursday; Richard J. Prendergast.
Clonmel, second Friday; Thomas M. Grubb.
Clonmel Borough, Wednesday; Thomas M. Grubb.
Cloughjordan, second Friday; Joseph Guilfoyle.
Dundrum, Tuesday; Patrick Slyne.
Fethard, second Monday; James Smyth.
Golden, second Monday; Denis J. Scully.
Lorrha, second Thursday; Edward Petty.
Mullinahone, second Friday; Hamilton Bagnell.
Nenagh, Monday; William H. Bull.
New Inn, Cashel, second Monday; John G. Fennell.
Newport, Friday; Joseph Green.
Roscrea, Monday; Robert Drought.
Templemore, Wednesday; George Patterson.
Thurles, Saturday; Matthew Quinlan.
Tipperary, Thursday; John Andrews.

COUNTY GAOL, N.R., NENAGH.
The Board of Superintendence meets on the first Saturday in every month.
Inspector, T. T. Abbott, esq.
Governor, James Rock, esq.
Chaplain, Rev. Wm. B. Chester.
R. C. Chaplain, Rev. Martin Cleary.
Physician and Surgeon, George Frith.
Apothecary, Mr. Thomas Spain.

COUNTY GAOL, S.R., CLONMEL.
The Board of Superintendence meets on the first Saturday in every month.
Inspector, Rev. James Morton, A.M.
Governor, Isaac Strahan, esq.
Chaplain, Rev. Francis Brady.
R. C. Chaplain, Very Rev. M. Burke, V.G. and P.P.
Physician and Surgeon, Wm. J. Shiell, M.D., F.R.C.S.I.
Apothecary, Mr. Richard Graham.
Clerk, Mr. Robert Grubb.
Clerk to the Board of Superintendence, Mr. R. Legge.
Matron, Miss Susan Woods.

BRIDEWELLS AND KEEPERS.

NORTH RIDING.
Borrisokane, Robert Parker.
Newport, Edward Deane.
Roscrea, John Cooke.
Templemore, John Haughton.
Thurles, Henry Whittaker.

SOUTH RIDING.
Caher, Luke Tully.
Carrick-on-Suir, Joseph Ardagh.
Cashel, Jeremiah Connell.
Clogheen, Joseph Douglas.
New Birmingham, Denis Kearney.
Tipperary, James Jordan.

DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM, CLONMEL.
Established in 1833 for the County of Tipperary. The Board meets on the 1st Tuesday of each month.
Resident Physician and Manager, James Flynn, esq., M.D., T.C.D.
Visiting Physician, Wm. James Shiell, M.D., F.R.C.S.I.
Matron, Mrs. F. C. Bell.
Protestant Chaplain, Rev. F. T. Brady.
Roman Catholic Chaplain, Rev. David Morrisy.
Clerk and Storekeeper, Mr. E. O'Neill.
Visiting Apothecary, Richard Graham.

COUNTY INFIRMARY, CASHEL.
Treasurer, Very Rev. Ogle Wm. Moore, Dean of Cashel.
Surgeon, Robert Potter Russell, A.B., F.R.C.S.I.
Apothecary, James Graham, M.D.
Registrar, John D. White, esq.

Poor Law Unions.

BORRISOKANE UNION
(Co. Tipperary), 13 Electoral Divisions. The Board of Guardians meets on Mondays.
Chairman, Henry Owen Saunders, esq., J.P. Borrisokane.
Vice-Chairman, Thomas George Stoney, esq., Kyle Park, Borrisokane.
Dep. Vice-Chairman, Michael Russell, esq., Lackeen House, Lorrha, Borrisokane.
Treasurer, National Bank, Nenagh.
Clerk and Returning Officer, James Ralph.
Master and Matron, Thomas Dagg and Hannah Smith.
Chaplains:-
Established Church, Rev. Francis P. Studdert.
Roman Catholic, Rev. Peter Nolan, P.P.
Medical Officer, Matthew MacGarvey, Surgeon.
Relieving Officer, Richard Nash, Borrisokane.
Medical Officers of Dispensary Districts:-
Borrisokane, Mathew M'Garvey, surgeon.
Cloughjordan, Arthur D. Walsh, M.D.
Terryglass, Michael Coughlan.

CARRICK-ON-SUIR UNION
(Cos. Tipperary and Waterford), 22 Electoral Divisions. The Board of Guardians meets on Saturdays.
Chairman, Lorenzo H. Jephson, esq., Clareen, Car.-on-Suir.
Vice-Chairman, Hy. W. Briscoe, esq., Tinvane, Car.-on-Suir.
Dep. Vice-Chairman, Jno. Richardson, esq., Brenar, Piltown.
Treasurer, National Bank, Carrick-on-Suir.
Clerk and Returning Officer, Charles Dooly.
Master and Matron, Patrick Horan and Mrs. Horan.
Chaplains:-
Established Church, Rev. F. Foot.
Roman Catholic, Rev. Garrett Connolly, P.P.
Medical Officer, Anthony O'Ryan, M D.
Relieving Officers, Walter Shea, Carrick-on-Suir; John Burke, Bellim, Pilltown; John Mullowney, Market-square, Portlaw.
Medical Officers of Dispensary Districts:-
Carrick-on-Suir, Joseph Edmundson, M.D., L.K. & Q.C.P.I.
Garrangibbon, Patrick Keating, M.D.ED.
Portlaw, James Martin, F.R.C.S.I.
Rathcormack, J. R. Reynett, M.R.C.S.E.
Whitechurch, William O. Briscoe, F.R.C.S.I.

CASHEL UNION
(Co. Tipperary), 24 Electoral Divisions. The Board of Guardians meets on Thursdays.
Chairman, Viscount Hawarden, Dundrum, Cashel.
Vice-Chairman, John M. Bushe, esq., Rockhall, Cashel.
Deputy Vice-Chairman, Thaddeus O'Meagher, esq., West Lodge, New Inn.
Treasurer, National Bank, Cashel.
Clerk and Returning Officer, Martin Ryan.
Master and Matron, Francis Bates and Marianne Bourke.
Chaplains:-
Established Church, Rev. John F. Morton.
Roman Catholic, Ven. Archdeacon Laffan.
Medical Officer, James Graham, M.D.
Relieving Officers, William Flynn, Cashel; Francis S. Wayland, Ballygarrann Cottage, Dundrum, Cashel.
Medical Officers of Dispensary Districts:-
Cashel, Michael P. Cormack, M.D.
Fethard, Francis Burgess, M.D.
Killenaule, Michael Stokes, M.D.
Kilpatrick, Robert Graham, M.D.
Tullemaine, Daniel Molony, L.R.C.S.I., New Inn, Cashel.

CLOGHEEN UNION
(Cos. Tipperary and Waterford), 14 Electoral Divisions. The Board of Guardians meets on Mondays.
Chairman, Right Hon. Lord Viscount Lismore, Shanbally Castle, Clogheen.
Vice-Chairman, James Archer Butler, esq., J.P., Granavilla, Caher.
Deputy Vice-Chairman, Edwin Taylor, esq., J.P., Clashapooka, Clogheen.
Treasurer, Provincial Bank, Clogheen.
Clerk and Returning Officer, Joshua Kettlewell.
Master and Matron, Richard Steele and Margaret O'Shea.
Chaplains:-
Established Church, Rev. John Wm. Foster.
Roman Catholic, Rev. John O'Gorman.
Medical Officer, Thomas Gallogly.
Relieving Officer, John Morrissy, Burgess, Caher.
Medical Officers of Dispensary Districts:-
Ardfinnan, Pierce Barron Stafford, M.R.C.S.E.
Caher, John Stokes, M.R.C.S.E.
Clogheen, Richard Walsh, M.R.C.S.E.

CLONMEL UNION
(Cos. Tipperary and Waterford), 14 Electoral Divisions. The Board of Guardians meets on Thursdays.
Chairman, John Bagwell, esq., M.P., J.P., D.L., Marlfield, Clonmel.
Vice-Chairman, John M. Mulcahy, esq., Summerville, Clonmel.
Deputy Vice-Chairman, John Riall, esq., Clonmel.
Treasurer, National Bank, Clonmel.
Clerk and Returning Officer, John R. Oughton.
Master and Matron, Wm. Murphy and Mary Anne Murphy.
Chaplains:-
Established Church, Rev. Francis T. Brady.
Roman Catholic, Rev. John Baldwin, P.P.
Medical Officer, Thos. Scully, M.D.
Assistant Medical Officer, Richard Sargint, M.B.
Relieving Officer, Michael King, Shambles-lane, Clonmel
Medical Officers of Dispensary Districts:-
Ballymacarbry, Michael Flynn, L.R.C.S.I.
Clonmel, John Ward Dowsley, M.R.C.S.E.
Kilsheelan, T. K. White, M.R.C.S.E.
Kiltinan, Francis C. Burgess, L.R.C.S.I.
Marlfield, Patrick Fitzgibbon, M.R.C.S.E.
St. Mary's, John Heuston Prossor, M.R.C.S.E.

NENAGH UNION
(Co. Tipperary), 28 Electoral Divisions. The Board of Guardians meets on Thursdays.
Chairman, Caleb Going, esq., J.P., Traverstown house, Nenagh.
Vice-Chairman, Jas. Jocelyn Poe, esq., Solsborough, Nenagh.
Deputy Vice-Chairman, John D. O'Ryan, esq., Cloghonan House, Templederry.
Treasurer, National Bank, Nenagh.
Clerk and Returning Officer, John Houston Sheehan.
Master and Matron, Daniel Maher and Teresa Meagher.
Chaplains:-
Established Church, Rev. W. B. Chester.
Roman Catholic, Rev. Martin Cleary, Nenagh.
Medical Officer, O'Neill Quinn, M.D.
Relieving Officers, Ignatius O'Leary, Nenagh; John Considine, Newport.
Medical Officers of Dispensary Districts:-
Nenagh, Edward Kitson, M.D., and Francis Cahalan, M.D.
Newport, William Harris.
Portroe, R. L. Roe, L.R.C.S.I.
Silvermines, O'Neill Quinn, M.D.
Toomavara, Rowan F. Cashell.

ROSCREA UNION
(Tipperary, King's Co., and Queen's Co.), 21 Electoral Divisions. The Board of Guardians meets on Thursdays.
Chairman, Jas. F. Rolleston, esq., D.L., Franckfort Castle, Dunkerrin.
V.-Chairman, Jas. S. Birch, esq., J.P., Birchgrove, Roscrea.
Dep. Vice-Chairman, John Evans, esq., Lowlands, Roscrea
Treasurer, Bank of Ireland, Roscrea.
Clerk and Returning Officer, James Gray.
Master and Matron, Wm. Hayes and Margt. M'Kinstry.
Chaplains:-
Established Church, Rev. Henry Wolfenden.
Roman Catholic, Very Rev. Thomas Blake.
Medical Officer, Samuel J. Woods, Surgeon.
Relieving Officers, Thomas Splint, Roscrea; William Armstrong, Shinrone; William Woods, Barnane, Templemore.
Medical Officers of Dispensary Districts:-
Bourney, Richard Dancer, M.D., Templemore.
Roscrea: John A. Powell, M.R.C.S.E., Roscrea; Thomas Woods, M.R.C.S.E., Parsonstown.
Shinrone: Andrew M'Arthur, L.S.A., Shinrone; Arthur D. Walsh, M.D., Cloghjordan.

THURLES UNION
(Co. Tipperary), 22 Electoral Divisions. The Board of Guardians meets on Tuesdays.
Chairman, George Ryan, D L , Inch House, Borrisoleigh.
Vice-Chairman, Francis O'Brien, esq., J.P., Thurles.
Deputy Vice-Chairman, Samuel Cooke, esq., Brownstown, Thurles.
Treasurer, National Bank, Thurles.
Clerk and Returning Officer, James Fogarty.
Master and Matron, Michael Gleeson and Mary Laffan.
Chaplains:-
Established Church, Rev. Phineas Hunt.
Roman Catholic, Rev. William Wall.
Medical Officer, George Bradshaw, M.D.
Relieving Officers, James Dwyer, Thurles; Thomas Cormack, Curraghmore, Loughmore.
Medical Officers of Dispensary Districts:-
Borrisoleigh, John P. Quinlan, M.R.C.S.E.
Holycross, William Francis Hanly, M.D.
Littleton, George Bradshaw, M.R.C.S.E.
Moyne, Brien Mullally, M.D.
Templemore, R. M. Forsayeth, M.D.ED.
Thurles, John Russell, M.R.C.S.E., L, & L.M.K.Q.C.P.I.

TIPPERARY UNION
(Cos. Tipperary and Limerick), 30 Electoral Divisions. The Board of Guardians meets on Tuesdays.
Chairman, John Massy, esq., J.P., Kingswell House, Tipperary.
Vice-Chairman, Captain Charles W. Massy, Grantstown, Tipperary.
Deputy Vice-Chairman, Denis Kirby, esq., Kilnagooneeney, Oola.
Treasurer, National Bank, Tipperary.
Clerk and Returning Officer, William B. Reardon.
Master and Matron, Michl. Reardon and Margaret Loury.
Chaplains:-
Established Church, Rev. Joseph Gabbett.
Roman Catholic, Very Rev. James Howley.
Medical Officer, Tobias J. Morrisy, M.D., L.R.C.S.I.
Assistant do., Jeremiah Dowling, A.B., M.D.
Relieving Officers, Jeremiah Doherty, Tipperary; Wm. Looby, Shronell.
Medical Officers of Dispensary Districts:-
Bansha, Benjamin W. Bradshaw, M.R.C.S.E.
Cappagh, William J. Power, L.R.C.S.I.
Emly, Thomas B. Ryan, M.R.C.S.E.
Golden, M. S. Kennedy, M.D., L.R.C.S.I.
Grean, John Ryan, M.D.
Tipperary, Thomas Hewitt, M.D.

NOTES:-

*  Have served the office of High Sheriff of the County

† Are members of the Board of Superintendence of the County Prison

‡ Are Governors of the District Lunatic Asylum for the County

b [LibraryIreland editor:- We have been unable to ascertain what this letter beside a name indicates in the original text]

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