SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Hawkin's-street to Creighton-street.

P. St. Mark.—Trinity W. 98 South Dock W.—City.

1 Ryan, Patrick, grocer, tea, wine, coffee, and spirit dealer, and 1 Hawkins's-street, 48l.

2 Boland, James, prov. dealer, and 20 Leinster-market, 28l.

3 Brien, John, tinplate worker and gasfitter, 30l.

4 Wright, Richard, general grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 26l.

5 Johnston & Co. machine bakers, 24l.

Box Entrance to the Theatre Royal

6 Stores—Messrs. Toole and Co. proprietors, and 41 Westmoreland street, 40l.

7 Rothery, Jas. groc.& spirit deal. 23l.

8 Sutton, Edward, prov. dealer, 18l.

9 Shaw, James, & Co. prov. mers. 51l.

10 Etchingham, James, tea, wine, and spirit merchant, 21l.

11 Tenements, 17l.

12 Whelan, J. provision dealer, 17l.

13 Lawless, F. provision dealer, 17l.

14 Newtown Perry, Askeaton Lock, and Corbally mills bakery—J. N. Russell & Son, proprietors, 20l.

15 M'Grath, Matthew, wholesale grocer, tea, wine, and spirit dealer, and 18 Cope-street 33l.

here Stocking-lane intersects

16 Heron, Patk. wholesale grocer, tea, wine, spirit, and prov. dealer, 18l.

17 Tenements, 16l.

18 M'Guinness, E. tinplate worker, 15l.

19 Ryan, John, leather seller, 15l.

20 Dunne, John, provision dealer, 25l.

21 Carlisle coal stores—office, 19 & 20 Great Brunswick-street, 25l.

Westmoreland Lock Hospital—R. H. Emerson, l.r.c.s.i. & e., Thomas Byrne, m.b. f.r.c.s.i. surgeons; Mrs. M. A. Evatt, matron

here Luke-street intersects

22 Connor, Charles, grocer and spirit merchant, 22l.

23 Keatinge, Dr. H. apothecary, 15l.

24 Tenements, 16l.

25 Power, Pat. and Jeffrey, bakers, 44l.

26 Kelly, Patrick, dairy, 17l.

27 The Irish Church Missions, 30l.

28 and 29 Tenements, 12l., 13l.

30 Farrell, James, harnessmaker, 12l.

31 Lesmond, Wm. provision dlr. 17l.

32 Kelch, John, tallow chandler and soap boiler, 23l.

33 Johnson, Richard, hairdresser, 9l.

34 Halton, Thomas, dray and car owner, 13l.

35 Tenements, 10l.

36 Tagart, John and Robert, tea, wine, and spirit merchants, 32l.

37 Rochford, Patrick, prov. deal. 18l.

38 MacNevin, Patrick, pawnbroker and auctioneer, 42l.

39 Byrne, Thomas, prov. dealer, 15l.

40 Dunn, Anne, baker, 8l.

41 Vacant, 8l.

42 Dunne, John, tallow chandler, 16l.

43 Nowlan, Michael, dairy, 16l.

here Moss-street intersects

44 Vacant, 28l.

45 and 46 Tenements, 14l., 10l.

here Bracken's-lane intersects

47 to 49 Tenements, 12l. to 23l.

50 Brady, Patrick, coal factor, 26l.

51 Kenna, John & Wm. prov. dlrs. 17l.

52 Sleeping Asylum of the Irish Church Mission, 30l.

53 Tenements, 20l.

54 Yard attached to brewery

55 to 57 Tenements, 16l., 18l., 100l.

58 Fayle, Thomas and William, merchants and gunpowder agents

Office of the Ballincollig Gunpowder Mills Company

„ Fayle, Thomas, and Templeogue

„ Fayle, Wm. R. and Templeogue

„ Fayle, Mrs. Elizabeth, and Templeogue house

here Prince's-street intersects

59 Delahoyd, F. druggist, 20l.

60 and 61 Tenements, 24l., 27l.

62 & 63 Sheehan, Thomas, rag and bone dealer, 20l.

„ Sheehan, Michael, chandler

64 Hughes, Charles G. merchant, 4l.

65 Hughes, Geo. Robt. merchant, 30l.

65½ Goodfellow, Henry, jun. dealer

66 Reilly, Thomas, builder, 14l.

„ Graham, John, builder

67 to 73 Nolan, John J. carpenter and builder

„ Nolan, John J. Fairview-avenue

here Peterson's-lane intersects

[74 to 75—36l.]

74 Yard—vacant,

75 Tenements,

76 Fegan, Alicia, barm brewery, 28l.

77 Cornwall, Anne, sextoness of St. Mark's church, 16l.

„ Cornwall, William G. builder

„ Loughlin, Aron, builder & contractor

78 Tenements, 16l.

79 Vacant

80 Catholic Dormitory Society of Our Blessed Lady of Charity and Refuge of Sinners—Patrick Roe, sec.

81 Hawthorne, John, tailor, 11l.

82 Langan, Peter, lath manuf. 15l.

83 Jones, Patrick, dairy, 6l.

84 White, Mrs. toy shop, 8l.

85 to 92 Building ground

For 93 to 97, see Creighton-terrace.

98 Dunne, Lewis, forage and provision dealer, 8l.

here Sandwith-street intersects

99 Mulhall, Patk. carpenter & builder, grocer and provision dealer, 16l.

100 Tenements, 17l.

101 Crothers, John, accountant, 12l.

102 Cullen, John, painter & glazier, 14l.

103 Walsh, William, grocer and spirit dealer, 14l.

104 Brennan, Thos. prov. dealer, 7l. 10s.

105 and 106 Tenements, 12l., 16l.

here Maguinness's-court intersects

107 to 110 Tenements, 6l. 10s. to 14l.

111 Murphy, Edward, grocer, and spirit merchant, 25l.

here Lombard-street intersects

112 Barlow, Arthur, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 26l.

113 Ennis, Jas. hay & straw stores, 6l.

114 Ward, Mrs. grocer and spirit dealer, 24l.

115 Ward, Michael, prov. dealer, 13l.

116 Roche, James, prov. dealer, 12l.

117 Thoughbourn, Wm. hairdresser

118 Tenements

119 Malone, Thomas, prov. dealer, 7l.

here Mark's-alley intersects

120 to 122 Tenements, 10l., 11l., 16l.

here Tucker's-court intersects

[123 to 134—5l. to 10l.]

123 to 131 Tenements,

132 Madden, Patk. Guinness's xx wholesale porter bottler,

133 and 134 Tenements,

135 The Irish Church Missions, 26l.

Training school for female servants

136 and 137 Tenements, 8l., 10l.

138 Kelly, William, prov. dealer, 16l.

here Toole's-lane intersects

139 Nangle, M. provision dealer, 13l.

140 Ward, Mrs. A. grocer, spirit, and provision dealer, 114 & 115, 25l.

here Mark-street intersects

141 Egan, M. grocer and spirit dlr. 30l.

142 White, Wm. provision dealer, 18l.

143 Rowen, Wm. house painter, 14l.

144 Clarke, Joseph, corn chandler, 14l.

145 Clarke, John, cabinetmaker, and 30 Great Brunswick-street, 34l.

146 Barlow, John, grocer, tea, wine, and spirit merchant, 33l.

here Shaw-street intersects

147 Duigan, Patrick, prov. dealer, 22l.

148 Pearson, John, board and lodging-house keeper, 14l.

149, 150, and 151, Henderson, John, carpenter, builder, and timber merchant, and chip box manufacturer, Donnybrook, 40l.

152 Tenements, 16l.

153 Downes, John, dairy, 25l.

154 and 155 Halpin, Thomas, grocer and spirit merchant, 20l., 8l.

156 Tenements, 18l.

here Spring-garden-lane intersects

157 and 158 Tenements, 18l., 16l.

159 Salmon, William, prov. deal. 30l.

160 Moore, John, bakery, 28l.

161, 162, & 163 Tenements, 27l., 13l., 13l.

164 Farrell, Mrs. 17l.

165 Tenements, 23l.

166 Bankes, Mr. James, 26l.

167 Clinch, Miles, groc. & spir. mer. 23l.

168 and 169 Codd and Brennan, malt commiss. mers. & corn factors, 40l.

„ Codd, Francis Augustus, merchant, and 9 Corrig-avenue, Kingstown

170 Rothwell, Thos. sen. chandler, 17l.

171 Tenements, 10l.

172 Kelly, Patk. spirit & prov. dlr. 16l.

173 Tenements, 13l.

here Tennis-court intersects

174 Magrath, Michael, hairdresser, 16l.

175 & 176 Tenements, 18l., 17l.

177 Curran, M. dairy, 10l.

here Fleet-market intersects

[178 to 184—13l. to 26l.]

178 to 180 Tenements,

181 Brown, T. gasfitter and tin-plate worker,

182 to 184 Tenements,

185 Doolan, Thomas, locksmith, 12l.

186 and 187 Halpin, Alex. marine stores, each 12l.

188 and 189 Tenements, 11l., 12l.

190 Murphy, Edward, locksmith, 12l.

191 Tenements, 12l.

192 Pedrische, Signor, artist and modeller, 11l.

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