and Donnycarney (from
Thom's Almanac and Official Directory, 1862: County Dublin Directory).
a village and parish in
Coolock barony, Dublin county, three
N. from the General Post Office, Dublin, comprising an area of
954 acres. Population, 457. The village is on the road to Malahide. The
parish, anciently called "Tartaine," for centuries formed part of the
estate of the Hollywood family, and the castle of Artane likewise
belonged to that of the Donnellans, where it is said Archbishop Allen,
in 1533, was murdered for his dislike to the Geraldines. The ruins were
taken down in 1825, and on its site Artane House was erected.
Alley, Thomas, esq. Artane house, 133l.
Baker, Peter, farmer
Barrett, James, solr. Shrubs cottage
Callaghan, Mrs. Ellen, Artane
Connolly, John, esq Kilmore, 801.
Darey, John, National School
Dingwall, George, esq. Prior's
wood, and Talbot-street, 87l.
Farren, Joseph, esq. Belcamp
Forde, Capt. Fras Gracefield, 82l.
French, George Arthur,
esq. and Royal Military Academy, Woolwich
French, Jno.esq. P.L.G.Mornington prk.
French, John, jun. esq.
Josephs, John Charles, esq. Kilmore, and Northumberland
Kemmis, Henry R. esq. Newberry, 54l.
Larkin, H, farmer,Wellington farm, 88l.
Maunsel, Robert, solicitor, Rosemount cottage, 24l.
sol.Woodville, Kilmore, and 25 Gardiner-st. mid. 66l.
Moore, Edwd. esq. railway contractor, Rockfield, 170l.
Moran, Mrs. Margaret, vintner, & post office receiver
Nixon, John, esq.
Kilmore ho. 95l.
OFFICE—Mrs. Moran, postmistrs.
Redmond, James, esq. Artane
Robinson, ST. G. H. esq.
Roper, William, esq. Fairfield,
coal merchant, Avoca villa, Artane, and 19
& 20 Brunswick-street, great
Symes, Geo. esq.
Toody, William, provision
White, Capt. George,
Kilmore lodge, 58l.
White, Mrs. Shrubs hill, 651.
esq. Donnycarney cottage, and 61 Abbey-street, middle
esq. St. John's, and 89 Middle Abbey-st. 50l.
Henry, esq. Jane ville
Thom, Alexander, esq.
Donnycarney house, and 87 Mid. Abbey-st. 156l.