Cootehill, County Cavan

From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for 1910

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COOTEHILL, CO. CAVAN

Chief Industry is Flax and Corn Mills.
Population, 1,509
Market Days—Friday and Saturday

POST OFFICE, Market Street

—Robert Armstrong, Postmaster; P. Mohan, J. M'Manus, A. Smith, Postmen
Town Commissioners—J. Coyle, chairman; Thos. Brady, J. Smith, J.P.; J. Lennon, Joseph Ronaldson, F. M'Mahon, M. M'Dermott, Jas. Murray
Provincial Bank of Ireland (branch), Market street—W. Kelly, manager
Ulster Banking Company Limited (branch), Market street—William Hall, manager
National School (No. 1)—James Fitzsimons and O. O'Reilly, teachers; No. 2—H. Wallace, teacher
Union Workhouse—19 electoral divisions. Board meets on Fridays—J. Reilly, chairman; Mr. Timney, vice-chairman; J. Graham, clerk and returning officer; Thos. Connolly, master; Miss Jordan, matron
Dispensary—Dr. M'Quaid
Royal Irish Constabulary Barracks, Cavan road—Sergeant and eight men

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Church of Ireland, Chapel of Ease, Dernakish Church
Church of Ireland, parish of Drumgoon—Rev. Rainsford Moore, rector
Presbyterian Church, Bridge street—Rev. W. M. Henry, Monford Manse
Methodist Church, Bridge street—Rev. Mr. Cody
Moravian Chapel, Derrycock—Rev. O. Lang
Friends' Meeting-house, Church street
Roman Catholic Chapel, Chapel lane—Rev. P. Connel, P.P.
St. Michael's Catholic Club

INHABITANTS

Adams, George, farmer, Rathkane
Adams, Miss, draper, Market street
Allister, J., stationmaster
Anderson, P., billposter
Armstrong, R., postmaster and druggist
Berney, E., posting establishment, Bridge street
Biggs, J. Gordon, dentist, Market street
Blood, Smith, A.B., solicitor
Bowden, Joseph, J.P., auctioneer, Cortober house
Boylan, P., grocer, Bridge street
Boyle, A., Riverview
Brady, E., & Co., spirit grocers, Market st.
Brady, John, labourer, Bridge street
Brady, Miss, draper, Market street
Brady, M., labourer, Chapel street
Brady, P., rate collector, Old Bridge
Brady, P., & Co., grocers and drapers, Market street
Brady, S., cattle dealer, Chapel street
Brady, Terence, draper, Bridge street
Brown, J., lodging-house keeper, Chapel st.
Brown, S., newsagent, Bridge street
Browne, Robert, Rockcorry Mills
Burke, James, carpenter, Bridge street
Burns, Miss, dealer, Chapel street
Burns, Miss T., dressmaker, Bridge street
Burns, T., hairdresser, Bridge street
Caldwell, Robert, farmer, Ashfield
Callaghan, Owen, saddler, Bridge street
Campbell, H., hardware stores, Market st.
Campbell, Joseph, painter, Cavan street
Carney, A., grocer, Market street
Carney Bros., publicans, Bridge street
Carney, Mrs., Market street
Carney & Co., spirit dealer, Market street
Cavanagh, James, Cavan street
Clegg, E., carter, Cavan street
Clegg, town postman, Bridge street
Clements, A., druggist, Market street
Clements, Colonel, Ashfield lodge
Clements, Mrs. H. T., Ashfield house
Clements, T. E., Rathkenny house
Connell, J., saddler, Church street
Connell, P., dealer, Church street
Connell, Rev. P., P.P.
Connolly, O., labourer, Church street
Connolly, Thomas, workhouse master
Connolly, W., grocer and newsagent, Market street
Connor, J., cartmaker, Bridge street
Coyle, J., cycle dealer, Market street
Craig, Mrs., lodging-house keeper, Cavan street
Cumiskey, P., blacksmith, Chapel street
Cunningham, J., barber, Cavan road
Dartry, Right Hon. Lord, Dartry Castle
Daves, gas manager
Dawson, W. J., Evelene terrace
Dean, Charles, farmer, Cootehill
Dempsey, C., spirit dealer, Market street
Denning, A., grocer, Bridge street
Diamond, J., shoemaker, Church street
Dierney, E., labourer, Cavan road
Doherty, C., butcher, Market street
Dolan, Mrs., draper, Market street
Donohue, John
Donohue, P., publican, Bridge street
Donohue, Miss, music teacher, Church st.
Donohue, O., grocer and seed merchant, Church street
Donohue, Rev. C., C.C., Cavan street
Dowd. C., shoemaker, Church street
Doyle, P., tailor, Bridge street
Drum, A., blacksmith, Chapel street
Drum, J., painter, Bridge street
Eakins, Alfred J., hardware merchant, Market street
Eakens, T. R., boot store, Market street
Evans, D., Main street
Fay, J. A., publican, Bridge street
Fitzsimon, J., No. 1 National School
Fleming, W. J., draper, Market street
Flood, R. J., Scutch Mills, Killacreeny
Foster, J., carpenter, Bridge street
Forster, Miss, private hotel, Bridge street
Gallaher, John, draper, Main street
Gallaher, J. F., draper, Market street
Gard, V., clerk Provincial Bank
Gartlan, E., grocer, Church street
Germain, J. J., grocer, Church street
Goss, B., summons server, Church street
Graham, John, district registrar of Marriages, Bridge street
Greene, E. H., J.P., Tullyvin house
Hall, William, manager Ulster Bank, Market street
Hanna, J. J., petty sessions clerk
Hannigan, M., lodging-house keeper, Bridge street
Hannigan, P., draper, Market street
Hennessy, J. J., relieving officer, Bridge st.
Henry, Rev. W. M., The Manse, Monforde
Hood, R. J., Tullyvin Mills
Horan, P., J.P., Clementown house
Irwin, Miss, dressmaker, Cavan road
Kelly, James, publican, Church street
Kelly, M., hotel boots, Church street
Kelly, Thomas, publican, Bridge street
Kelly, William, manager Provincial Bank, Market street
King, James, restaurant keeper, Market st.
Lancashire, watchmaker, Bridge street
Lang, W. O., Moravian pastor
Lendrum, Mrs., ladies' nurse, Bridge street
Lennon, W., grocer, Market street
Lepper, R., Caldry house
Levis, G., Freamount house
Livingstone, H., shoemaker, Bridge street
Lynch, Cavan road
Lynch, E., grocer, Market street
Lynch, Mrs., Church street
Lynch, T., coachbuilder
Mackin, P., painter, Church street
Maguire, H., spirit grocer, Church street
Maguire, J., posting, Church street
Maguire, Mrs., Chapel street
Malone, Miss, draper, Market street
Markey, E., draper, Market street
Markey, Rev. Mother, Cootehill Convent
Martin, W., clogmaker, Church street
Martin, W. H., news correspondent
Masterson, J., town sergeant, Church street
Mills, George, tinsmith, Market street
Mills, J., Courthouse caretaker, Market st.
Mohan, P., postman, Bridge street
Moore, Dr., Monage
Moore, James, farmer, Tullmacleduff
Moore, Rev. R., Cootehill Rectory
Moorehead, Dr., J.P., Errigle house
Morgan, R. W., spirit dealer, Bridge street
Morrow, James, butcher, Market street
Mullen, J., grocer, Market street
Mulligan, F., fish dealer, Chapel street
Mulligan, J., fishmonger, Bridge street
Mulligan, P., fruit dealer, Bridge street
Murphy, C. E., solicitor, Market street
Murphy, John, New Grove Mills
Murray, James, grocer, Market street
Murray, J., shoemaker, Church street
M'Alister, John, stationmaster
M'Breen, John, tailor, Bridge street
M'Breen, John, labourer, Cavan road
M'Cabe, J. & N., spirit grocers, Market st.
M'Cabe, Miss, restaurant keeper, Chapel street
M'Cabe, Mrs., spirit store and hotel, Bridge street
M'Cabe, O., labourer, Church street
M'Cartney, Miss, china and delph warehouse
M'Caul, P., grocer, Bridge street
M'Cluskey, spirit dealer, Bridge street
M'Connor, P., pensioner
M'Coy, William, pork buyer, Cavan street
M'Cudden, J., butcher, Market street
M'Cullagh, James, butter and egg dealer, New Cavan road
M'Cutcheon, A., grocer, Market street
M'Cutcheon, James, grocer, Market street
M'Cutcheon, J. J., leather store, Market street
M'Cutcheon, Mrs., spirit dealer, Bridge st.
M'Dermott, J., farmer, Church street
M'Dermott, M., proprietor Whitehorse Hotel, Market street
M'Dermott, P., publican, Market street
M'Eniff, Miss, spirit store, Bridge street
M'Fadden, Mrs., nurse, Bridge street
M'Guire, Hugh, spirit dealer, Church street
M'Gurk, J., mason, Church street
M'Gurk, S., mason, Church street
M'Kay, W., grocer, Market street
M'Kenna, Mrs., lodging-house keeper, Church street
M'Keown, J., butcher, Market street
M'Kew, teacher Darley N.S.
M'Keown, Mrs., butcher, Market street
M'Mahon, F., seed merchant, Bridge street
M'Mahon, J., grocer, Market street
M'Manus, J., postman, Bridge street
M'Michael, T., Bridge street
M'Millen, William, carowner, Market street
M'Minn, Mrs., newsagent, Market street
M'Mullan, N., butcher, Market street
M'Phillips, J., Bridge street
M'Quaid, Dr., Market street
M'Quillen, Mrs., draper, Cavan street
Naughton, Sergeant, R.I.C.
O'Brien, J., spirit merchant, Market street
O'Brien, J., sawyer, Bridge street
O'Brien, J., bootmaker, Cavan street
O'Brien, Mrs., draper, Market street
O'Callaghan, saddler, Bridge street
O'Connell, Rev. P., V.G., P.P., Parochial house
O'Connor, T., spirit store, Market street
O'Donohue, grocer, Church street
O'Reilly, F., Market street
O'Reilly, K., draper, Market street
Platt, J. W., veterinary surgeon, Cavan rd.
Porter, S., restaurant keeper, Market street
Reilly, C., smith, Bridge street
Reilly, F., baker, Chapel street
Reilly, J., tailor, Bridge street
Reilly, James, Cavan road
Reilly, Patrick, cartmaker, Bridge street
Reilly, ladies' nurse, Bridge street
Rice, J., baker, Market street
Rice, P., violin maker, Market street
Rice, W., grocer, Market street
Roc, Colonel, Cabra house
Ronaldson Bros., grocers, Market street
Ronaldson, George, farmer, Cootehill
Rorke, T., carpenter, Chapel street
Rowntree, J., Campston house
Shera, J. G., J.P., Cavan road
Shera, J., & Son, grocers and drapers, Market street
Sheriff Bros., timber merchants
Sherlock, E., nailor, Bridge street
Sherlock, F., nailor, Church street
Shields, James, J.P., Analee house
Smith, A., auctioneer, Bridge street
Smith, A., china dealer, Bridge street
Smith, A., postman, Chapel street
Smith, A. B., solicitor, Market street
Smith, Captain E. P.
Smith, J., saddler, Market street
Smith, J., L.P.S.I., Market street
Smith, J. J., J.P.
Smith, Miss, earthenware dealer, Bridge st.
Smith, Miss, dressmaker, Chapel lane
Smith, Peter, publican, Market street
Smith, P., grocer, Bridge street
Smith, P., sawyer, Bridge street
Smith, Philip, pork butcher, Church street
Smith, P., clerk to Town Commissioners, Church street
Smith, R., contractor, Market street
Smith, Rev. P., P.P., Kill
Steen, Miss, lodging-house keeper, Bridge street
Stephenson, Mrs., restaurant keeper, Market street
Swar, John, bootmaker, Bridge street
Swarbrigg, J., cycle and motor works, Cavan street
Swarbrigg, J., shoemaker, Bridge street
Sweeney, P., tinsmith, Cavan street
Swift, M., greengrocer, Bridge street
Thompson Bros., grocers, Market street
Traion, Miss, dressmaker, Church street
Treacy Bros., timber merchants, Bridge st.
Treacy, J., shoemaker, Bridge street
Treanor, Miss, draper, Market street
Wallace, Hugh, No. 2 N.S., Cavan road
Welsh, Mrs., Island view
White, W. J., law clerk, Bridge street
Wiggins, James, baker, Cavan road
Wilson, E., printer, Bridge street
Woods, P., rate collector
Woods, Thomas, flaxdresser, Church street
Woods, W. H., grocer, Bridge street
Wylie, draper
Young, Rev. M., C.C., Madabawn

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