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FETHARD HOUSEHOLDERS 1850

ALPHABETICAL LIST COMILED BY MICHAEL O DONNELL.
Owning CarrickonSuir 1998


Introduction:
This list of Fethard Householders of 1850 has been compiled from the Primary Valuation of Tenements for the Civil Parish of Fethard; a work that is more commonly known as Griffith's Valuation. The local Valuator measured and valued all property in the civil parish between December 1849 and August 1850 for the purpose of having a basis on which rates for the upkeep of the Cashel Poor Law Union could be assessed. This return was the first scientific and accurate assessment of property and housing within the parish and has, therefore, a value above and beyond the genealogical. I have used the civil parish in its entirety rather than the town because the former was generally used in the nineteenth century for official returns and so having it defined could, perhaps, help in other studies.
The Civil Parish of Fethard is divided into eleven townlands of which the townland of Fethard encompasses the town. The townland is the smallest administrative division in the country and has existed since the seventeenth century and, especially in the nineteenth century, was a fundamental in a number of surveys. The following are the townlands in Fethard's Civil Parish: The Commons (233 acres, 3 roods and 8 perches) which was that area that stretched along the foot of Market Hill; Fethard (533 acres, 2 roods and 35 perches) which lay mainly to the north of the town and included the town; Garrinch (152 acres, 2 roods and 32 perches) which stretched from Garrinch Bridge to the foot of Market Hill and to the left of the Clonmel Road; Gortagea (16 acres, 2 roods and 4 perches) which lay directly south of Spitalfield; part of Grove (219 acres, 3 roods and 19 perches, but not the demesne); Knockboordan (163 acres, 2 roods and 19 perches) which lay between Grove and Knockbrack; Knockbrack (69 acres, 2 roods and 19 perches); Moanbeg (62 acres, 3 roods and 26 perches) which lay between Gortagea and Garrinch; Moanmore (16 acres, 0 roods and 17 perches) which was north of Knockboordan and along the east side of the Grove Road; and Spitalfield (21n acres, 0 roods and 38 perches) which lay to the south side of the Grove Road.
The town of Fethard (in 1850) comprised the following: Main Street which had 80 dwelling-houses and 13 vacant houses; Watergate Street which had 22 dwelling-houses and 3 vacant houses; Moor Street (this was changed to General Thomas Francis Burke Street in 1886) which had 45 dwelling-houses and 7 vacant houses; Abbey Street which had 46 dwelling-houses and 7 vacant houses; The Green which had 97 dwelling-houses and 15 vacant houses; The Rock (which I think is that roadway that lies opposite Kenny's Supermarket and lead to Strylea Housing Estate) which had 23 dwelling-houses and 3 vacant houses; Barrack Street which had 26 dwelling-houses and 3 vacant houses; Coolnamuck (this was, I think, the laneway that led from Barrack Street to the area known as The Back Green) which had 4 dwelling-houses; Sparagalea or Chapel Lane which had 54 dwelling-houses and 16 vacant houses; Old Chapel Lane which had 5 dwelling houses and 4 vacant houses; Kerry Street (in 1850 this appears to have stretched as far as Garrinch Bridge) which had 76 dwelling-houses and 15 vacant houses; Cashel Road which stretched out to the old Railway Station had had 11 dwelling-houses and 2 ruins; Redcity Road which had 4 dwelling-houses and 1 ruins; The Valley which had 71 dwelling-houses and 17

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vacant houses; and Jesuitsí Walk which had 9 dwelling-houses and 10 vacant houses. Judging from those figures it seems that the civil parish had 18.3 per cent of its housing stock either vacant or in ruins; considering that this was was close to one-fifth of the
housing the town must have presented a dilapidated appearance to any observed. The actual housing figures for the civil parish were: 661 houses occupied, 122 houses vacant and 26 in ruins.
I have quoted reference numbers against each name. For example, Ahern, William, Spitalfield, Ref: 70/1b. The 70 refers to the 1840 survey map (Sheet No.: Co. Tipperary, 70) which covers the parish and some of the surrounding civil parishes. The 1b refers to the position, in Spitalfield, of the particular property on the map and also serves as a reference point if the Primary Valuation lists are consulted for the valuations placed on property, which I have not included here.
To help in indentifying householders within the town area I have made use of the following Trade Directories: Pigot's of 1824 (the earliest to mention Fethard); Slater's of 1846, 1856, 1870 and 1894; Guy's Cork Directory of 1893; and The National Directory of 1894.
I have used the spelling as given in the Valuation List (for example, Croak would today be spelled as Croke), and where I was not certain of ownership of various plots I have listed each owner even though there may have been duplication the same name. Here and there throughout the list there is reference to ìsmall gardenî. This was a plot of ground which the Valuator considered too small to measure, possibly something under 2 perches. While reading though this list it is worth bearing in mind that there were 40 perches in a rood and 4 roods in an acre.

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The Householders:
AHERN, William. Spitalfield.
House, office and garden of 19 perches. Ref: 70/1b.
ALLEN, Daniel. The Valley.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/96.
ALLEN, John. Garrinch.
House and garden of 4 perches. Ref; 70/9d.
ALLEN, John. Barrack Street.
House and yard. Ref; 70/17.
ALLEN, John. The Green.
House, yard and small garden. Ref; 70/47
ALLEN, Judith. Old Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/2.
ALLEN, Patrick. The Green.
House, office and yard. Ref; 70/37.
ALLEN, George. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/27.
ASHE, Charles. Fethard.
Land of 5 acres, 2 roods and 11 perches. Ref; 70/27AB. Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 records Charles Ash of Fethard as being a shopkeeper and dealer in sundries as does the same directory of 1856. Nevertheless, there is no record of his having a house within the confines of the civil parish of Fethard,
ASHFORD, Charles. The Green.
Offices and yard. Ref; 70/94.
ASHWOOD, Charles. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/87.
BALDWIN, Catherine. Old Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref; 70/7.
BARTON, William. Grove.
House, office and land of 219 acres, 3 roods and 27 perches. The buildings were valued at £4. 6s., so this was not his residence which lay outside the bounds of the civil parish. In 1878 his son, Samuel Henry Barton of Grove owned 5,119 acres in south Tipperary. William held land in his own name in Knockboordan and Knockbrack. But he also held considerable property about the town of Fethard which in this survey appeared under the name of the immediate occupier.
BLACK, Thomas. The Rock.
House. Ref: 70/15.
BLUNDEL, Mary. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/45. This may have been the wife of Robert Blundel [the correct form of this name was Blunden] who is listed in Salter's 1846 Trade Directory as having a school in Main Street. Robert Blunden of Sparagalea was listed as schoolmaster in Slater's Directory of 1870.
BLUNDEL, Rbt., Kerry Street,
See MURPHY Patrick, Kerry Street.

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BLUNDELL, Trevor. Main Street.
House, office, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/69.
BOURKE, Thomas. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/29.
BOWE, John. Moor Street.
House. Ref: 70/18. A John Bowe of Moor Street was listed as tailor and outfitter in Guy's Directory of 1893. A Mary Bowe of Moor Street was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 as milliner and dress maker.
BOWE, Patrick. Barrack Street.
House, yard and garden of 12 perches. Ref: 70/30. Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 refers to a Patrick Bowe of The Green, butcher; as does the 1870 Directory
BOWE, William. Barrack Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref; 70/6. According to Slater's of 1846 he was a butcher.
BOWLES, Edmund. Kerry Street.
House, yard and garden of 3 roods and 8 perches. Ref: 70/58.
BRAZILL, Edmund. The Valley.
House hand small garden. Ref: 70/95.
BREEN, Michael. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/10.
BRENAN, James. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/82.
BRENNAN, Ellen. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/11.
BRENNAN, Patrick. Fethard.
House. Ref; 70/61g.
BRENNAN, James. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/30.
BRETON, Catherine. Cashel Road.
House. Ref: 70/15.
BRIEN, Anastasia. The Commons.
House, offices and land of 1acre, 2 roods and 1 perch. Ref: 70/38a.
BRIEN, Eleanor. The Commons.
Land of 2 roods and 23 perches. Ref: 70/5.
BRIEN, James. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/57.
BRIEN, Michael. Jesuitsí Walk.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/3.
BRIEN, Michael. Kerry Street.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/22. Probably the Michael Bryan of Clonmel Road who was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as tailor. He was also listed as tailor in the 1870 Directory.
BRIEN, Michael. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/14.
BRIEN, Patrick. The Green.
A house which was freehold. Ref: 70/15.


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BRIEN, William. The Valley.
House and yard. Ref: 70/71.
BRIEN, William. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/35.
BRIEN, William. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
Store, Ref: 70/76. A garden of 25 perches, Ref: 70/68. A garden of 13 perches, Ref: 70/59. Office and yard, Ref: 70/55. House, offices and yard, Ref: 70/47. All in Chapel Lane.
BRIEN, William. Fethard.
Land of 1 acre, 1 rood and 30 perches. Ref: 70/38.
BRODERICK, Ellen. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/57.
BROHAN, Mary. Kerry Street.
House, yard and garden of 3 roods and 7 perches. Ref; 70/75.
BROUGHAN, Hugh. Cashel Road.
House. Ref; 70/3.
BRYAN, James. Barrack Street.
House and yard. Ref; 70/22.
BRYAN, Jane. Main Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/33.
BRYAN, Pierce. Watergate Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/2. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as shopkeeper and dealer in sundries.
BRYAN, Thomas. Fethard.
House and garden of 1 rood and 24 perches. Ref; 70/62d.
BRYAN, William. The Commons.
House, offices and land of 4 acres, 2 roods and 27 perches. Ref: 70/7A &Ba.
BRYAN, William jun. The Commons.
House. Ref: 70/5b.
BUCKLEY, Thomas. Watergate Street.
House which was freehold. Ref: 70/22.
BULBERT, David. Barrack Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/12. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 a William Bulbert of Cashel Road was listed as tailor.
BULFIN, Mary. Main Street.
House and yard. Ref; 70/85.
BULGER, Thomas. The Commons.
House, offices and land of 29 acres, 0 roods and 13 perches. Ref: 70/20.
BULL, Patrick. The Valley.
House, yard and garden of 1 rood and 14 perches. Ref: 70/64. Also: 5 acres 2 roods and 6 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/48.
BULL, William. Abbey Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/52.

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BURGESS, Francis Carlton, M.D. Moor Street.
House, yard and a garden of 39 perches, Ref: 70/10. House, offices, yard and a garden of 1 rood and 14 perches, Ref: 70/15. He was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as surgeon and physician and similarly in that of 1856. He was also listed in Slater's of 1870.
BURKE, Edmond. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/24. He was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as painter and glazier, but is not listed in that of 1856. He was the father of General Thomas Francis Burke after whom Burke Street is named. The family left Fethard about 1851.
BURKE, Edmund. Fethard.
Land of 3 acres, 2 roods and 19 perches. Ref: 70/63. Possibly that same as the above.
BURKE, James. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref; 70/69.
BURKE, Thomas. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/84.
BUTLER, Bridget. Fethard.
House. Ref: 70/62b.
BUTLER, John. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref; 70/24. John Butler of Clonmel Road was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 as nail maker.
BUTLER, Mary. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/107.
BUTLER, William. Jesuitsí Walk.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/7. A William Butler of Clonmel Road was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 as nail maker.
BUTLER, Widow. Abbey Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/37.
BYRNE, Ellen. The Green.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/120.
BYRNE, Ellen. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/44.
BYRNE, James. Main Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/86. He was listed in Slater's 1856 Trade Directory as boot & shoe maker and meal & flour dealer.
BYRNE, Lawrence. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/77. In Pigot's Trade Directory of 1824 a Lawrence Byrne of Main Street was listed as baker and leather cutter. In that of 1846 as corn merchant, grocer and spirit dealer; and in 1856 as corn merchant, grocer and spirit dealer. In Slater's of 1870 he was listed as corn merchant; and grocer and spirit dealer.
BYRNE, Margaret. Moor Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/8.
BYRNE, Richard. Fethard.
House and a garden of 20 perches. Ref: 70/56a.

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BYRNE, Roger. The Commons.
Land of 3 acres, 2 roods and 0 perches. Ref: 70/31.
BYRNE, Thomas. Watergate Street.
House. Ref: 70/31. Also: two plots of land in The Commons, one of 3 roods and 13 perches, and the other of 16 acres, 3 roods and 27 perches, Ref: 70/14 & 15. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as boot and shoe maker. In Slater's of 1870 a Thomas Byrne of Moor Street was a boot and shoe maker.
BYRNE, William. Watergate Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/17.
BYRNE, William. The Green.
Ruins and a garden of 5 perches. Ref: 70/6.
CAHILL, John. Watergate Street.
House. Ref: 70/23. Possibly the John Cahill of Main Street who was listed as slater and plasterer in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846.
CAHILL, Mary. Kerry Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/12.
CAHILL, Thomas. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/86. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 a James Cahill of The Green was listed as nail maker.
CAIN, Judith. Spitalfield.
House and office. Ref: 70/2b.
CALLAGHAN, Cornelius. Moor Street.
House, office, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/41. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as tailor and the same in that of 1856. He was also listed in Slater's Directory of 1870.
CALLANAN, John. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/33.
CANDY, John. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/34.
CANTWELL, Denis. The Commons.
Land of 6 acres, 0 roods and 38 perches. Ref: 70/23.
CANTWELL, Patrick. The Valley.
House and yard. Ref: 70/78.
CAREW, John. Fethard.
Land of 1 acre, 0 roods and 37 perches. Ref: 70/67.
CAREW, Michael. Main Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/71. He was listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as baker and also as carpenter and wheelwright.
CAREY, Daniel. The Green.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/103.
CAREY, John. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/75.
CAREY, Mary. The Valley.
House, yard and a garden of 25 perches. Ref: 70/76.
CAREY, Mrs. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/88.

CARNEY, Margaret. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/112.
CARROLL, John. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/12.
CARROLL, Michael. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/34.
CARROLL, Thomas. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/53.
CARROLL, William. The Commons.
House, office and land of 11 acres, 3 roods and 3 perches. Ref: 70/22.
CARTHY, Denis. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/81.
CARTY, Daniel. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/60.
CARTY, James. Abbey Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/46.
CARTY, Johanna. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/2.
CARTY, Patrick. The Rock.
House. Ref: 70/1.
CARTY, Patrick. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/50.
CASEY, Andrew. The Commons.
House and land of 1 acre, 0 roods and 29 perches. Ref: 70/25.
CASEY, Michael. Abbey Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/48.
CASHEN, Anne. Main Street.
House, office, yard and garden. Ref: 70/65.
CASHEN, Bridget. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/94.
CLEARY, Lawrence. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/18.
CLEARY, Patrick. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/73. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 a Patrick Cleary of Chapel Lane was listed as carpenter and wheelwright.
CODY, Edmund. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/71.
CODY, John. The Commons.
House. Ref: 70/5c.
CODY, Lawrence. The Green.
House and small garden. Ref; 70/46.
CODY, Michael. The Green.
House, yard and small garden. Ref; 70/114.
CODY, Michael. The Valley.
House, yard and a small garden of 12 perches. Ref: 70/66.

CODY, Patrick. The Commons.
House and land of 2 acres, 0 roods and 22 perches. Ref: 70/29.
CODY, Richard. Sparagalea or Chanpel Lane.
House, offices, yard and a garden of 22 perches. Ref; 70/21.
CODY, William. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/55.
COFFEY, Andrew. Main Street.
House, office, yard and garden. Ref; 70/48. Described in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as grocer and spirit dealer. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 A Michael Coffey of Main Street was listed as baker, and grocer and spirit dealer. In Slater's of 1894 it was Patrick Coffey.
COFFEY, Dr. Main Street.
House, offices, yard and a garden of 14 perches. Ref: 70/18.
COFFEY, John. The Valley.
House and yard. Ref; 70/14.
COFFEY, John. Kerry Street.
Ruins, Ref: 70/1. Land 1 acre, 1 rood and 36 perches, Ref; 70/3.
COFFEY, Mrs. The Rock.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/26.
COLLINS, John. Watergate Street.
House. Ref: 70/20.
COLLINS, Margaret. The Valley.
House and ruins. Ref: 70/25.
COLLINS, Patrick. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/7.
CONDON, James. The Valley.
Ruins and a garden of 18 perches. Ref; 70/69.
CONDON, James. Knockboordan.
House, offices and land of 16 acres, 3 roods and 6 perches. Ref: 70/6.
CONDON, Murtagh. The Valley.
House, yard and a garden of 14 perches. Ref: 70/70.
CONNELL, Daniel. The Rock.
House, Ref: 70/18. House, Ref: 70/19.
CONNELL, Edmund. Garrinch.
House and a garden of 5 perches. Ref: 70/9f.
CONNELL, James. The Valley.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/30.
CONNELL, John. Fethard.
House and land of 1 acre, 1 rood and 3 perches. Ref: 70/47.
CONNELL, Lawrence. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/35.
CONNELL, Mary. The Rock.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/24.
CONNELL, Patrick. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/32.
CONNELL, Richard. The Commons.
House, offices and a garden of 1 acre, 1 rood and 22 perches. Ref: 70/39 & 38c.
CONNELL, Thomas. Fethard.
House and land of 8 acres, 2 roods and 21 perches. Ref: 70/4ABa.
CONNELL, Thomas. The Valley.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/100.
CONNELL, Thomas. The Green.
House, office, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/20.
CONNOR, Mrs. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/53.
CONNOR, Timothy. Moor Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/2.
CONNORS, Edmond. Fethard.
Land of 6 acres, 1 rood and 11 perches, Ref: 70/30. Also land of 19 acres, 1 rood and 19 perches, Ref: 70/32ABCD.
CONNORS, Mary. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/13.
CONNORS, Timothy. Fethard.
Land of 2 acres, 3 roods and 5 perches. Ref: 70/34.
CONWAY, James. Moor Street.
Offices and a garden of 1 rood and 16 perches. Ref: 70/27.
CONWAY, James. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/102. Listed in Slater's 1856 Trade Directory as baker. In Slater's of 1870 Margaret Conway of Main Street was listed as baker.
CORBETT, Patrick. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/49.
CORCORAN, Daniel. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref; 70/50.
CORCORAN, James. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/93. Also; land of 3 acres, 3 roods and 14 perches, Ref: 70/57AB; land of 2 acres, 3 roods and 14 perches, Ref: 70/58; land of 3 acres, 0 roods and 4 perches in Gortagea, Ref: 70/1. Listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as builder; and in the 1856 edition as James Corcoran & Sons bakers, builders and timber merchants. In Slater's of 1870 Thomas Corcoran of Main Street was listed as baker, and timber merchant and builder.
CORCORAN, James. The Green.
House and office. Ref: 70/92.
CORCORAN, Thomas. Barrack Street.
House and office. Ref: 70/25. Possibly the Thomas Corcoran of Fethard listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as sawyer.
CORMACK, John. Moor Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/32.
CORMACK, Mary. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/85.
CORMACK, Mrs. Kerry Street.
House, office, yard and a garden of 33 perches. Ref: 70/93.
CORRIGAN, Mrs. Main Street.
House, office, yard and small garden. Ref; 70/70.
CRADICK, James. Garrinch.
House, offices and a garden of 29 perches. Ref: 70/9g.
CRADOCK, James. The Commons.
Land of 1 acre, 2 roods and 15 perches. Ref: 70/5 & 8.
CRAMPTON, Patrick. Garrinch.
House and a garden of 6 perches. Ref; 70/9c.
CROAK, William. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/12.
CREAN, Ellen. Abbey Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/36.
CREAN, John. Moor Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/50.
CREAN, Michael. Fethard.
House, office and land of 40 acres, 3 roods and 12 perches. Ref: 70/11ABCDa.
CREAN, Michael. The Green.
Garden of 17 perches. Ref: 70/58.
CREAN, Richard. Fethard.
Land of 18 acres, 3 roods and 23 perches. Ref: 70/5.
CREAN, William. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/54.
CUDDIHY, Thomas. Kerry Street.
Garden of 3 roods and 9 perches. Ref: 70/87.
CUDDIHY, William. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/32.
CUDDY, Mary. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/51.
CUMMINS, John. The Valley.
House and yard. Ref: 70/13.
CUMMINS, John. Kerry Street.
House. Ref: 70/83.
CUMMINS, John. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/30. Listed in Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856 as boot and shoe maker. Likewise in Slater's of 1870.
CUMMINS, Mary. Moor Street.
House. Ref: 70/58.
CUMMINS, Michael. Kerry Street.
House, yard and a garden of 2 roods and 35 perches. Ref: 70/54.
CUMMINS, Michael. Fethard.
House. Ref: 70/57Aa.
CUMMINS, Mrs. The Rock.
House. Ref: 70/22.
CUMMINS, Nicholas. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/78.
CUMMINS, Patrick. Redcity Road.
House and small garden. Ref; 70/5.
CUMMINS, Patrick. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/79.
CUMMINS, Patrick. Coolnamuck.
House. Ref: 70/4. Coolnamuck was a laneway leading off Barrack Street.
CUMMINS, Thomas. Cashel Road.
A garden and osiery of 1 acre, 0 roods and 38 perches. Ref; 70/4.
CUMMINS, Thomas. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/87.
CUMMINS, Thomas. Main Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70.57.
CUMMINS, William. Fethard.
Land of 7 acres, 0 roods and 14 perches. Ref: 70/75.
CUMMINS, William. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House, yard and a garden of 22 perches. Ref: 70/13.
CUMMINS, William. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/2.
CUMMINS, William. The Valley.
House, yard and a garden of 11 perches. Ref: 70/39.
CUMMINS, William. Jesuitsí Walk.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/5.
CUMMINS, William. Garrinch.
Land of 8 acres, 3 roods and 33 perches. Ref: 70/10.
CURRIN, Michael. The Valley.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/45.
CUSHEEN, Thomas. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/58.
CUSHEN, Marcus. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/26.
CUSHEN, Thomas. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/48.
DALTON, James. Fethard.
House and land of 11 acres, 0 roods and 23 perches. Ref: 70/43.
DALTON, Mary. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/37.
DALY, Edmund. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/81.
DALY, Thomas. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/92.
DANIEL, Edmund. The Green.
Ruins. Ref: 70/9.
DANIEL, John. The Green.
Office, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/124. Possibly the corn merchant listed in 1846 and 1856 editions of Slater's Trade Directories.
DANIEL, John. Fethard.
House. Ref; 70/41b.
DANIEL, John. Moor Street.
Store and yard. Ref: 70/31. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as meal & flour dealer. Also listed in Slater's of 1870.
DANIEL, John. Moor Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/35.
DANIEL, Maurice. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/98.
DANIEL, Patrick. The Valley.
House and a garden of 1 rood and 6 perches. Ref: 70/89.
DANIEL, Thomas. Barrack Street.
House and yard. Ref; 70/3. This may have been the Thomas Daniels who was listed as cooper [one who made churns, butter casks, tubs, noggins, piggins, and barrels from timber. Often their only tool was the adze] in Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856.
DANIEL, Thomas. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/60.
DEA, John. Barrack Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/24.
DEA, Michael. The Commons.
House and offices. Ref; 70/9a.
DELAHUNTY, Bridget. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/85.
DELAHUNTY, Eleanor. Moor Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/7. Also: land of 3 acres in Fethard, Ref; 70/71. Probably the Ellen Delahunty, Moor Street listed as linen & woollen draper in Slater's 1856 Trade Directory. Listed likewise in Slater's of 1870.
DELAHUNTY, Ellen. Moanmore.
Land of 2 acres, 3 roods and 23 perches. Ref: 70/2.
DELAHUNTY, Ellen. Moneypark.
Land of 6 acres, 3 roods and 12 perches, Ref: 70/2. Land of 5 acres, 0 roods and 20 perches. Ref: 70/3. This, and Ellen of Moanmore, may be the same as Eleanor of Moor Street.
DELAHUNTY, John. The Commons.
House and office. Ref: 70/35b.
DEVANE, James. Main Street.
House and yard. Ref; 70/59.
DEVANE, John. Main Street.
This property was listed as a cess-pool with nil valuation.
DEVERNA, Sarah. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/1.
DEVINE, Thomas. Kerry Street.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/82. Also: a garden of 1 rood and 25 perches in Kerry Street, Ref: 70/79.
DEVLIN, Bernard. Watergate Street.
House. Ref; 70/8.
DIVANE, John. Fethard.
Land of 1 acre, 0 rood and 7 perches, Ref: 70/69. House and land of 1 acre, 3 roods and 36 perches, Ref: 70/70.
DOGHERTY, Thomas. Fethard.
House, office and land of 1 acre, 3 roods and 25 perches. Ref; 70/33.
DOLAN, Patrick. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref; 70/27.
DONNELL, John. Fethard.
Land of 1 acre, 3 roods and 3 perches. Ref: 70/28.
DONNELL, Michael. The Commons.
House, office and a garden of 1 rood and 5 perches. Ref: 70/5a.
DONOB, Denis. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/44.
DONOVAN, Thomas. Abbey Street.
House. Ref; 70/22.
DOOLAN, Ellen. Fethard.
House and a garden of 1 rood and 2 perches. Ref: 70/32Ab.
DOOLAN, Patrick. Spitalfield.
House and land of 2 acres, 3 roods and 39 perches. Ref: 70/1a. Also; land of 3 acres, 0 roods and 36 perches in Moneypark, Ref; 70/6.
DORAN, Mrs. Jesuitsí Walk,
House. Ref: 70/20.
DOUGLASS, Alexander. Watergate Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/25. A Mrs. Jane Douglas, Moor Street was listed among the gentry in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846.
DOWNEY, John. Jesuitsí Walk.
House and yard. Ref; 70/2.
DOWNEY, Michael. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/89.
DUANE, John. Garrinch.
House, offices and land of 10 acres, 3 roods and 11 perches. Ref: 70/6 & 8a.
DUANE, John. The Commons.
Land of 2 roods and 17 perches. Ref: 70/49.
DUANE, Patrick. Cashel Road.
Forge, Ref: 70/1. Also: a house and a garden of 27 perches, Ref: 70/11. A Patrick Dwan of Cashel Road is listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as blacksmith.
DUANE, William. The Commons.
House and land of 3 acres, 0 roods and 33 perches. Ref: 70/32.
DUDLEY, Michael. Moor Street.
Lived in a cellar under Mary Shea's house. Ref; 70/24.
DUGGAN, Catherine. Moor Street.
House. Ref: 70/26.
DUNLEIGH, Thomas. The Valley.
House, yard and a garden of 29 perches. Ref: 70/48.

DUNNE, Mary. Abbey Street.
House and a garden of 12 perches. Ref: 70/40.
DUNNE, Michael. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/46.
DUNNE, Patrick. Kerry Street.
House at rear of John Butler, Kerry Street. Ref: 70/25.
DUNPHY, Joseph.
See SHEA, John, The Green.
DWANE, John. Kerry Street.
Ruins. Ref: 70/48.
DWYER, Cornelius. Watergate Street.
House. Ref; 70/21. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 a Richard Dwyer of Watergate Street was listed as slater and plasterer.
DWYER, Denis. The Valley.
House, offices, yard and a garden of 2 roods and 1 perch. Ref: 70/63. Also: land of 2 acres in Moanbeg, Ref: 70/1; land of 3 acres, 0 roods and 28 perches in Fethard, Ref; 70/65. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 a Maria Dwyer of The Valley was listed as baker, and shopkeeper and dealer in sundries.
DWYER, Edmund. The Valley.
A garden of 1 rood and 24 perches, Ref: 70/61. Also: house and yard in The Valley, Ref: 70/62.
DWYER, Edward. Fethard.
Land of 3 acres, 0 roods and 24 perches. Ref: 70/12.
DWYER, Edward. The Green.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/104.
DWYER, James. Moor Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/28. Possibly the James Dwyer listed in Pigot's 1824 Trade Directory as baker and publican.
DWYER, John. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/41.
DWYER, Michael. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/91.
DWYER, Thomas. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/23.
DWYER, William. Cashel Road.
House. Ref: 70/12. Possibly the William Dwyer, Clonmel Road, who was listed as nail maker in Slater's 1856 Trade Directory.
ENGLISH, James. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/83. Also: house in The Valley, Ref: 70/72.
ENGLISH, William. Main Street.
House, offices, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/66. Listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as cabinet maker.
EVERARD, John. Fethard.
Land of 5 acres, 1 rood and 22 perches. Ref: 70/18AB.
EVERETT, Catherine. The Green.
Ruins. Ref: 70/95.
EVERETT, James. Barrack Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/8.
EVERETT, John. The Valley.
A garden of 1 rood and 22 perches. Ref: 70/82.
FAHY, Ellen. Barrack Street.
House. Ref: 70/19.
FAHY, James. Redcity Road.
House and yard. Ref: 70/1.
FAHY, John. Kerry Street.
House, office and a garden of 28 perches. Ref: 70/43.
FAHY, John. Redcity Road.
Ruins and a garden of 4 perches. Ref: 70/4.
FAHY, Mrs. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/106.
FAHY, Richard. The Green.
House (unfinished. The property of The Town Commissioners). No value. Ref: 70/21. House and small garden Ref: 70/22.
FAINE, James. Cashel Road.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/13.
FANNIN, Thomas. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. ref: 70/66.
FANNIN, Thomas. Jesuitsí Walk.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/6.
FARRELL, Patrick. The Rock.
House. Ref: 70/8.
FARRELL, Robert. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/41.
FAUNT, William. Cashel Road.
House and a garden of 27 perches. Ref: 70/7.
FEEHAN, Honoria. Sparagalea or Chapel lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/74.
FEHAN, James. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/90. Listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as shopkeeper and dealer in sundries.
FENNESSY, Margaret. Main Street.
House, offices, yard and a garden of 1 rood and 9 perches. Ref: 70/19. She also had 1 acre, 0 roods and 29 perches of land on The Commons. Ref: 70/39. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as a baker. In Slater's of 1870 she was listed as inn and public house keeper, and meal and flour dealer.
FERRIS, Rev. Robert. Spitalfield.
Land of 1 acre, 3 rood and 15 perches, Ref: 70/4. Also: house, offices and land of 8 acres, 2 roods and 29 perches, Ref: 70/5; land of 2 roods and 39 perches; all in Spitalfield. Also land in Knockboordan of 8 acres, 2 roods and 30 perches, Ref: 70/2. In Slater's 1846 Trade Directory he was listed as Minister of the Presbyterian Chapel in Moor Street.
FINNANE, Thomas. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/58.
FITMAN, Thomas. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/11.
FITZGERALD, Elizabeth. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/63.
FITZGERALD, John. Kerry Street.
House. Ref; 70/10. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 John Fitzgerald of Clonmel Road was listed as saddler. In Slater's of 1870 Thomas Fitzgerald of Clonmel Road was listed as saddler. In Guy's Directory of 1893 John Fitzgerald of Main Street was listed as saddler.
FITZGERALD, Mary. Main Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/80. Possibly the wife of John Fitzgerald, tobacconist and leather seller, listed in Pigot's 1824 Trade Directory. Mary Fitzgerald was listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as leather seller. She did not appear in the 1856 edition.
FITZGERALD, Patrick. Kerry Street.
House. Ref: 70/2.
FITZGERALD, Patrick. Main Street.
House, offices, yard and a garden of 23 perches. Ref: 70/82. Also: Offices and tan-yard, Ref: 70/51; offices, yard and a garden of 29 perches, Ref: 70.52; both in Main Street. He was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as a tanner.
FITZGERALD, Thomas. Cashel Road.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/9. A Michael Fitzgerald, Cashel Road, was listed as nail-maker in Slater's 1856 Trade Directory; Michael was also listed in Slater's of 1870.
FITZGERALD, Thomas. The Commons.
House and land of 2 acres, 0 roods and 38 perches. Ref: 70/13 and 14a.
FITZPATRICK, Anastasia. Barrack Street.
House, office and yard. Ref; 70/7.
FITZPATRICK, Patrick. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/36.
FITZSIMONS, Thomas. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard, Ref: 70/37. Also: a garden of 2 perches in Sparagalea, Ref: 70/38.Perhaps the same Thomas Fitzsimons who, according to Slater's 1846 Trade Directory, had a school in Watergate Lane.
FLANAGAN, Thomas. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/54.
FLANNERY, Thomas. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/67. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 a John Flannery of Clonmel Road was listed as boot and shoe maker.
FLEMING, John. Garrinch.
House, offices and land of 9 acres, 0 roods and 3 perches. Ref: 70/13. Also; land of 1 acre, 0 roods and 11 perches in The Commons, Ref: 70/1.
FLEMING, John. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/17.
FLYNN, Patrick. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/32. Also: land of 4 acres, 2 roods and 2 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/44. Listed in Slater's 1856 Trade Directory as grocer and spirit dealer.
FOGARTY, John. Fethard.
House. Ref: 70/11Db.
FOGARTY, John. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/45.
FOGARTY, Thomas. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/26.
FOLEY, Daniel. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref; 70/73.
FRANKLIN, Robert. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/101.
FRIEND, John. Fethard.
Land of 7 acres, 0 roods and 30 perches. Ref: 70/7.
GABRIEL, Miss. Moor Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/13. Probably the Ann Gabriel of Moor Street listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as milliner, dressmaker and bookseller. In Slater's of 1856 a Margaret Gabriel of Main Street was listed and milliner and dressmaker.
GALLAVAN, Cornelius. Garrinch.
House and a garden of 1 rood and 2 perches. Ref: 70/9b.
GLEESON, Elizabeth. Garrinch.
House, offices and land of 5 acres, 1 rood and 34 perches. Ref: 70/9a.
GLEESON, John and Elizabeth. Kerry Street.
Ruins and a garden of 3 perches. Ref: 70/8. Also: a ruins and a garden of 16 perches on the Cashel Road, Ref: 70/5; ruins on the Cashel Road, Ref: 70/14.
GLEESON, Mary. Main Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/58.
GLEESON, Paul. Main Street.
House, yard and garden. Ref: 70/63.
GLEESON, Richard. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/1. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as boot and shoe maker.
GLEESON, Thomas. Moanbeg.
House, offices and land of 15 acres, 0 roods and 7 perches. Ref: 70/3.
GLEESON, Thomas, junior. Garrinch.
Land of 13 acres, 2 roods and 20 perches. Ref: 70/3AB.
GOGGIN, David. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/38.
GRADY, Michael. The Valley.
House and yard. Ref: 70/43.
GRAHAM, Thomas. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/41. Probably the son of James Graham, grocer and inn keeper listed in Pigot's 1824 Trade Directory. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1846
a Thomas Graham of Main Street was listed as baker; and in that of 1856 a William Graham, Main Street, was listed as boot and shoe maker.
GRATTAN, Thomas. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/42.
GRAY, Alexander. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/19.
GREADY, Patrick. Fethard.
House and a garden of 8 perches. Ref: 70/18a.
GREEN, James. The Valley.
A garden of 17 perches. Ref: 70/101. Also: house, offices, yard and a garden of 1 acre, 0 roods and 33 perches, Ref: 70/18. He was listed as slater and plasterer in Slater's Trade Directories of 1846, 1856 and 1870.
GREEN, John. Moor Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/9. Listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as slater and plasterer; likewise in those of 1856 and 1870.
GREEN, Michael. Moor Street.
Ruins. Ref: 70/29.
GREEN, Michael. Fethard.
Land of 1 acres, 0 roods and 13 perches. Ref: 70/35.
GUIDREY, John. The Green.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/125.
GUIDREY, Thomas. The Green.
House, forge, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/119.
GUNN, Patrick. The Green.
House, forge, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/8. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as blacksmith; and likewise in that of 1870. A Michael Gunn of The Green was also listed as blacksmith in Slater's of 1870.
HACKETT, James. Fethard.
House and land of 2 acres, 2 roods and 32 perches. Ref: 70/62a.
HACKETT, John. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/16.
HACKETT, Thomas, Esq. Knockboordan.
Land of 4 acres, 2 roods and 5 perches. Ref: 70/7.
HACKETT, Thomas. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/11.
HADE, Michael. Cashel Road.
House and a garden of 23 perches. Ref: 70/10.
HALFPENNY, John. The Green.
House, yard and a small garden. Ref: 70/3.
HALLERN, Alice. The Valley.
House and yard. Ref: 70/11.
HALLORAN, John. The Valley.
House and a small garden. Ref: 70/99. Also: House, Ref: 70/94.
HANLEY, Daniel. Moanbeg.
House, offices and land of 14 acres, 3 roods and 16 perches. Ref: 70/5.
HANLEY, Michael. Watergate Street.
House. Ref: 70/19.
HANLEY, Peter. Moanbeg.
House, offices and land of 14 acres, 3 roods and 15 perches. Ref: 70/6.
HANLEY, Thomas. The Commons.
House, office and land of 5 acres, 1 rood and 14 perches. Ref: 70/18.
HANLY, John. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/39.
HANLY, Patrick. Kerry Street.
A garden of 1 rood and 20 perches. Ref: 70/64.
HANNAN, Timothy. The Green.
House and a garden of 37 perches. Ref: 70/69.
HANNIGAN, John. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/78.
HARMAN, Timothy. Fethard.
Land of 4 acres, 2 roods and 13 perches. Ref: 70/6.
HARNEY, James. The Commons.
Land of 1 acre, 1 rood and 30 perches. Ref: 70/37.
HARTEY, Sarah. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/52.
HARVEY, Mrs. Julia. Abbey Street.
House, offices, flour and corn mill, kiln, yards and a garden of 1 acre, 0 roods and 23 perches. Ref: 70/3. The buildings were valued at £51. 11s. This, today, is the Abymill Theatre. In Pigot's 1824 Trade Directory Robert Harvey was listed as owner of the Abbey Mills and likewise in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846. Also: Mrs. Julia Harvey had a ruins and garden in Kerry Street, Ref: 70/23.
HARVEY, Mrs. Lucy. Fethard.
Land of 12 acres, 1 rood and 10 perches. Ref: 70/45. Also: House, yard and a garden of 1 rood and 20 perches in The Valley, Ref: 70/80.
HARVEY, Robert. Moneypark.
Land of 2 acres, 3 roods and 16 perches. Ref: 70/1.
HASLETT, Samuel. Main Street.
House, offices, yard and a garden of 15 perches. Ref: 70/17. Also in Fethard: land of 9 acres, 0 roods and 14 perches, Ref: 70/52; land of 1 acre, 0 roods and 33 perches, Ref: 70/53. Possibly the son of James Hazlitt of Fethard whose daughter, Arabella, married Richard Wright below. This James Hazlitt was Portreeve of Fethard's corporation in 1788. His father, also James, a farmer living in Fethard, died in 1769.
HASSETT, Thomas. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/89.
HAWE, Edwd. and another. Moor Street.
House. Ref: 70/21.
HAYES, James. Moor Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/17. In Slater's 1856 Trade Directory Thomas Hayes, Moor Street, was listed as painter and glazier.
HAYES, Michael. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/26.
HAYES, Timothy. The Commons.
House and land of 3 acres, 0 roods and 39 perches. Ref: 70/35a.
HEALY, John. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/96.
HEANY, Daniel. Old Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/9. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 a Daniel Heany of Main Street was listed as a boot and shoe maker.
HEFFERNAN, Catherine. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/79.
HEFFERNAN, John. The Green.
House, yard and a small garden. Ref: 70/5. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 a John Heffernan of The Green was listed as carpenter and wheelwright.
HEFFERNAN, Joseph. The Green.
House, yard and a small garden. Ref: 70/17.
HEFFERNAN, Michael. The Green.
House, office, yard and a small garden. Ref: 70/19.
HEFFERNAN, Patrick. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/72. Listed in Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856 as cooper. In Slater's of 1870 William Heffernan of The Upper Valley was listed as cooper; while in Guy's of 1893 W.D. Heffernan and Son of Chapel Lane were listed as coopers.
HEFFERNAN, Patrick. The Rock.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/27.
HENDERSON, Anne. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/98. Listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as linen and woollen draper, and confectioner; and in that of 1856 as linen and woollen draper, confectioner, shopkeeper and dealer in sundries.
HENEY, James. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/43.
HENNESSY, James. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/59.
HENNESSY, Patrick. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref; 70/72.
HERR, John. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/31. Possibly the son of James Herr listed in Pigot's Trade Directory of 1824 as public miller. Slater's 1846 Trade Directory has Roger Herr of Main Street as painter and glazier who was also a process server; in the 1856 Directory this Roger was listed as process server. The 1856 Directory lists Catherine Herr as milliner and dressmaker. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 a Margaret Ellen Harr of Main Street was listed as milliner and dress maker.
HEWETSON, Mrs. Rebecca. The Valley.
House, offices, yard and a garden of 2 roods and 15 perches. Ref: 70/31. Also: a garden of 28 perches in The Valley, Ref: 70/91; land of 3 acres, 3 roods and 29 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/68. Possibly the wife of James Hewetson, apothecary, who was listed in Pigot's Trade Directory of 1824.
HICKEY, Catherine. Kerry Street.
House. Ref: 70/46.
HICKEY, Lawrence. Abbey Street.
House, yard and garden. Ref: 70/13.
HIGGINS, William. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/34.
HOGAN, Denis. Abbey Street.
House, office, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/56.
HOGAN, James. The Commons.
House. Ref: 70/9b.
HOGAN, Mary. Coolnamuck.
House. This was an area off Barrack Street. Ref: 70/6.
HOGAN, Patrick. Main Street.
Office and yard, Ref: 70/44. Also: house, offices yard and a garden of 17 perches, Ref: 70/45; house, office and yard, Ref: 70/46; all in Main Street. Slater's 1856 Trade Directory lists a Michael Hogan, Main Street, as shopkeeper and dealer in sundries.
HOGAN, William. Watergate Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/5. Also: office and yard in Watergate Street, Ref: 70/26; land of 1 rood and 35 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/66A. Possibly the William Hogan, Main Street, listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as inn and public house keeper, and undertaker. Slater's of 1856 has Margaret Hogan, Watergate Street, as inn and public house keeper, and undertaker. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 a Patrick Hogan of Watergate Street was listed as blacksmith.
HOLMES, John. The Valley.
Corn mill, kiln and yard. Ref: 70/90. These were valued at £24. 1s. Possibly the John Holmes, grocer and spirit dealer, listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846.
HOLMES, John. The Green.
House. Ref: 70.72. Also: an unfinished house of no value in The Green, Ref: 70/85. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as nail maker. In Slater's of 1870 James Holmes of The Green was listed as nail maker.
HOLMES, Robert. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/70. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as nail maker.
HOOLAHAN, Patrick. Spitalfield.
House. Ref: 70/2c. Also; land of 2 acres, 1 rood and 18 perches in Knockboordan, Ref: 70/1.
HORAN, Rose. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/61.
HOULD, Henry. The Rock.
House and yard. Ref: 70/10.
HOURAGHAN, Honoria. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/23.
HUDSON, Andrew. Barrack Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/4.
HYLAND, James. The Commons.
House, office and land of 1 acre, 1 rood and 27 perches. Ref: 70/36 & 38b.
HYNES, James. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/22.
JOHNSTON, Henry. The Green.
A garden of 2 roods and 14 perches. Ref: 70/53. Also: house and yard, Ref: 70/33; and in Fethard, land of 1 acre, 2 roods and 30 perches, Ref: 70/29.
JOHNSON, William. The Green.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/30.
JOYCE, Bridget. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/52.
JOYCE, David. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/91.
JULIAN, Judith. Kerry Street.
House, office and a garden of 1 rood and 25 perches. Ref: 70/33.
JULIAN, John. Kerry Street.
House, offices, yard and a garden of 25 perches. Ref: 70/18. Also: office, yard and small garden, Ref: 70/19. Also: ruins and a garden of 31 perches, Ref: 70/97; and land in Fethard of 2 acres, 3 roods and 0 perches, Ref: 70/73. Listed in Slater's 1856 Trade Directory as slater and plasterer.
KAVANAGH, Mary. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/30.
KEATING, Edmund. The Rock.
House. Ref: 70/2.
KEATING, John. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/68. A Martin Keating of The Green was listed as nail maker in Slater's Trade Directory of 1870.
KEATING, John. Kerry Street.
House, yard and a garden of 10 perches. Ref: 70/14. A James Caton [the name Keating was pronounced in Fethard in this way], Clonmel Road, was listed in Slater's 1856 Trade Directory as tailor.
KEATING, Margaret. The Commons.
House and a garden of 2 roods and 4 perches. Ref: 70/9c.
KEATING, Philip. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/71.
KEATING, Thomas. Kerry Street.
House, yard and a small garden. Ref: 70/30.
KEEFFE, Lawrence. Jesuitsí Walk.
House and a small garden. Ref: 70/8.
KEEVAN, Edmund. The Valley.
House and a small garden. Ref: 70/98.
KEEVAN, John. Kerry Street.
House. Ref: 70/59. John Keevan of Clonmel Road was listed in Slater's 1856 Trade Directory as nail maker. In Slater's of 1870 a Thomas Keevan of Clonmel Road was listed as nail maker.
KEHANE, William. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/14.
KELLY, John. The Valley.
House, offices, yard and a garden of 2 roods and 14 perches. Ref: 70/52.
KELLY, Michael. The Valley.
House, yard and a small garden. Ref: 70/5.
KELSO, Anne. Barrack Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/1.
KENDRICK, Edward. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref; 70/14. Possibly the Edward Kendrick of Moor Street listed in Slater's 1856 Trade Directory as tailor.
KENDRICK, Ellen. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/108.
KENDRICK, Patrick. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/26. Listed in the 1846 and 1856 editions of Slater's Trade Directory as tailor. In Slater's of 1870 Edmund Kendrick of Main Street was listed as tailor. In Slater's of 1894 and Guy's of 1893 both Edward and Andrew Kendrick of Main Street were listed as tailors.
KENDRICK, Patrick. Coolnamuck.
House, yard and a garden of 1 rood and 15 perches. Ref: 70/2. This was off Barrack Street. Probably the same Patrick as above.
KENNA, Richard. Moor Street.
House, Ref: 70/3. House, office and yard, Ref: 70/4. Also: a garden of 1 rood and 12 perches in The Valley, Ref: 70/46; land of 2 roods and 32 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/67. Listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as baker and spirit dealer.
KENNEDY, Catherine. Kerry Street.
House, office, yard and a small garden. Ref: 70/13. Also: house and yard in Kerry Street, Ref: 70/90.
KENNEDY, Denis. The Valley.
House, yard and a small garden. Ref: 70/6.
KENNEDY, James. The Commons.
House, office and land of 1 acre, 1 rood and 9 perches. Ref: 70/30.
KENNEDY, Mary. The Commons.
A garden of 31 perches. Ref: 70/35.
KENNEDY, Morgan. The Commons.
Land of 3 roods and 28 perches. Ref: 70/15.
KENNEDY, Patrick. Abbey Street.
Gate Lodge. Ref: 70/5.
KENNEDY, Patrick. The Valley.
House, office, yard and a garden of 1 rood and 37 perches. Ref: 70/79. Also; a garden of 13 perches, Ref: 70/74.
KENNEDY, Patrick. Spitalfield.
Land of 4 acres, 3 roods and 5 perches. Ref; 70/3.
KENNEDY, Terence. The Rock.
House. Ref: 70/7.
KENNEDY, Thomas. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/105. Also; office in Sparagalea or Chapel Lane, Ref: 70/14. Listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as baker, linen and woollen draper, and mason.
KENNY, Lawrence. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/105.
KILFOYLE, Catherine. The Valley.
House, yard and a garden of 13 perches. Ref: 70/67.
KILFOYLE, James. The Rock.
House. Ref: 70/20. This house was freehold and valued at 17s.
KING, Mary. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/64.
KIRBY, Pierce. Knockboordan.
House, offices and land of 9 acres, 3 roods and 11 perches. Ref: 70/4.
KIRVAN, Pierce. Main Street.
House, office, yard and a small garden. Ref: 70/73.
KIRWAN, Pierce. The Commons.
Land of 1 acre, 3 roods and 8 perches. Ref; 70/3. Probably the same as Pierce Kirvan above.
KNOWLES, Henry. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/53.
LAFFEN, Rev. Michael. Main Street.
House, offices, yard and a garden of 32 perches. Ref: 70/21. Parish priest of Fethard from 1823 until his death on 3 or 7 June 1861. He is buried in Holy Trinity Church, Fethard, where there is a placque to his memory. Born Castleiney in 1791. Educated at Carlow College and Maynooth. Ordained 13 March 1814. Served as curate in Gortnahoe, 1815-17 and Thurles, 1817-21. Appointed PP Cappawhite Dec. 1820, but did not take up position. Administrator Thurles Cathedral, 1821-23. In 1823 appointed as parish priest of Fethard. In 1824 promoted Archdeacon. In 1826 he had the parish of Killusty added to that of Fethard. He undertook the interior decoration of Fethard Church. He was very much a political priest and was elected a member of Fethard's Town Commissioners. He did much good work to bring the National School educational system to Fethard.
LAFFIN, Rev. Patrick. Fethard.
Land of 2 acres, 1 rood and 30 perches. Ref: 70/26. He was brother to Rev. Michael above and probably shared a house with him while in Fethard. Rev. Patrick was born at Castleiney on 18 August 1802 to John Laffan and Ellen Sweeney. Educated at Maynooth, and ordained on 9 June 1827. He served as curate Upperchurch, 1827 and Fethard, 1828-50. Appointed parish priest of Holy Cross, April 1850. Transferred to Cashel on July 1861 and at the same time was promoted Archdeacon. He died in early 1868.
LANDY, Edmund. Fethard.
House. Ref; 70/56d.
LATHAM, William. Abbey Street.
House, offices, yard and land of 5 acres, 2 roods and 20 perches. Ref: 70/6. He was nephew to Mrs. Lowe, the owner of the Abbey and the Abbey grounds in Fethard. In 1820 he leased the ruins of the Abbey to Fr. Thomas Condon, osa, to reconstruct as a church. In 1830 he granted the Augustinians outright ownership of the building.
LAUGHNAN, James. The Valley.
House and yard. Ref: 70/12. Also: house in Kerry Street, Ref: 70/103. Possibly the carpenter and wheelwright recorded in Slater's 1846 and 1856 Trade Directories.
LAUNDERS, Martin. Kerry Street.
House, office, yard and a garden of 14 perches. Ref: 70/39. Listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory, but the occupation is not decipherable.
LAUNDERS, Mary. Cashel Road.
House. Ref; 70/2.
LAUNDERS, Michael. Main Street.
House, office, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/79. Also: land of 1 acre, 1 rood and 21 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/37; land of 4 acres, 2 roods and 2 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/36; land of 1 acre, 1 rood and 35 perches in Barrack Street, Ref; 70/26; a freehold house in Barrack Street, Ref; 70/20; an office in Coolnamuck, off Barrack Street, Ref; 70/7; offices, yard and a garden of 31 perches in Sparagalea or Chapel Lane, Ref: 70/51.
LAUNDERS, Pierce. Main Street.
House and yard. Ref; 70/20. Listed in Slater's 1856 Trade Directory as grocer and spirit dealer.
LAWLER, John. Sparagalea or Chapel lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/61.
LAWLER, William. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/36.
LEAHY, Edward. Fethard.
House. Ref: 70/61c.
LEAHY, Henry. Moor Street.
House, office, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/40.
LEAHY, James. The Valley.
House and yard. Ref; 70/85.
LEAHY, James. Moor Street.
House, office, yard and a garden of 10 perches. Ref: 70/45.
LEAHY, John. Fethard.
House and a garden of 37 perches. Ref: 70/2b.
LEAHY, Patrick. Fethard.
House and a garden of 1 rood and 0 perches. Ref: 70/32Aa.
LEAHY, Sarah. Main Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/84.
LEAHY, Timothy. The Rock.
House. Ref; 70/3.
LEARY, Patrick. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/93.
LISMORE, Lord Viscount. Fethard.
Land of 5 acres, 0 roods and 14 perches. Ref: 70/10.
LLOYD, John. The Rock.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/16.
LONERGAN, Denis. Watergate Street.
House, Ref; 70/11; Forge, Ref: 70/12. Listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as Denis Lonergan, Watergate Bridge, blacksmith.
LONERGAN, Rev. James. Abbey Street.
House, offices, yard and a small garden of 25 perches. Ref: 70/1. This was valued at £10. 6s. and may in later years have been the residence of the Patrician Brothers. Also: house, offices, yard and garden, Ref: 70/2. This latter was valued at £5. 16s. Rev. James Lonergan, osa, native of Cahir, was Father Prior of the Abbey Church from 1823 to 1855, except for the four-year period I835-39.
LONERGAN, Michael. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/62.
LONERGAN, Patrick. Garrinch.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/9e.
LONERGAN, Richard. The Green.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/29. Richard Lonergan of The Green was listed as cooper in Slater's Trade Directory of 1870; and likewise in Guy's of 1893.
LONERGAN, Richard. Fethard.
House. Ref: 70/51a.
LONERGAN, William. Main Street.
House, offices, yard and garden. Ref: 70/7. Slater's 1846 Trade Directory listed him as blacksmith; the 1856 Directory listed him as blacksmith, and inn and public house keeper. William was still being listed in Slater's of 1870. Slater's of 1894 shows that Patrick Lonergan was the owner of the business.
LOUGHNAN, Catherine. The Valley.
House and yard. Ref: 70/50.
LOUGHNAN, Philip. Barrack Street.
House, office, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/35. Possibly the turner, carpenter and wheelwright recorded in Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856.
LOUGHNAN, William. The Valley.
House, yard and small garden. Ref; 70/7.
LOUGHNANE, Michael. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/42.
LUTHER, Michael. Main Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/35. Listed in Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856 as hairdresser.
MíCARTHY, James. Moor Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/5. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as boot and shoe maker. Slater's Directory of 1870 lists Charles MíCarthy of Moor Street as boot and shoe maker.
MíCARTHY, John. Moor Street.
House, office, yard and a garden of 1 rood and 20 perches. Ref: 70/49. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as boot and shoe maker. The 1870 Slater's lists Patrick MíCarthy of Moor Street as boot and shoe maker.
MíCARTHY, John. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/83. Also: house, office and yard on Main Street, Ref: 70/36; in Fethard, land 3 acres, and 2 acres, 0 roods and 27 perches, Ref: 70/24 & 25; office and a garden of 12 perches in Sparagalea or Chapel Lane, Ref: 70/60. He was listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as grocer and spirit dealer, and clothes dealer. The 1856 Directory listed him as grocer and spirit dealer, and tanner. According to Slater's of 1870 he was variously occupied as baker, grocer and spirit dealer, leather seller, and ironmonger and hardware dealer; and as corn miller in The Valley. Guy's Directory of 1893 records him as baker and corn merchant.
MíCARTHY, Mrs. Moor Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/30. Listed in Slater's trade Directory of 1856 as Mary MíCarthy, Moor Street, shopkeeper and dealer in sundries.
MíCLELLAND, Robert. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/27. Also: ruins and a garden of 2 roods and 16 perches in The Valley, Ref: 70/87; land of 3 roods and 38 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/64. In Slater's 1846 Trade Directory he was listed as linen and woollen draper, and ironmonger; in that of 1856 as land agent, and ironmonger.
MíCREIGHT, James. The Green.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/4.
MíDERMOTT, Patrick. Kerry Street.
House. Ref: 70/60.
MíEVOY, John. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/27.
MíGRATH, Patrick. The Valley.
House, office and a garden of 1 rood and 14 perches. Ref: 70/103.
MíGRATH, Patrick. The Green.
House, office, and yard. Ref: 70/36.
MíGRATH, Patrick. Moor Street.
House, office, yard and garden. Ref: 70/46. In Slater's 1846 Trade Directory he is listed as boot and shoe maker; and in that of 1856 as shopkeeper and dealer in sundries. These three Patrick MíGraths may be the same person.
MAGRATH, Richard. Barrack Street.
House, office, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/21. This was a freehold.
MACKEY, Dermott. The Valley.
House, yard and small garden. Ref; 70/8.
MACKEY, Mary. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/37.
MAHER, Catherine. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/93.
MAHER, Edmund. Abbey Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/24. An Edmond Maher of Abbey Street was a nail maker in 1870 according to Slater's Directory.
MAHER, James. Moor Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/54. Also: house in Abbey Street, Ref: 70/19; house, yard and a small garden of 12 perches in The Valley, Ref: 70/65. He was listed in Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856 as butcher. He was likewise listed in Slater's of 1870.
MAHER, John. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/106. Possibly the John Maher listed as spirit store owner in Pigot's Trade Directory of 1824. Listed in Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856 as butcher and chandler. According to Slater's of 1870 both Richard Maher and William Maher had seperate butchering businesses on the Main Street.
MAHER, John. Abbey Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/51. May be the same as the above.
MAHER, Mary. Watergate Street.
House. Ref: 70/28.
MAHER, Mary. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/70.
MAHER, Owen. Moor Street.
Lived in a cellar under Mary Ryan's house. Ref: 70/20.
MAHER, Patrick. Watergate Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/4.
MAHER, Patrick. The Valley.
House and yard. Ref: 70/54.
MAHER, Patrick. The Green.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/49.
MAHER, Philip. Cashel Road.
House and a garden of 15 perches. Ref: 70/8. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as boot and shoe maker.
MAHER, Robert. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/50. Robert Maher of The Green was listed as stonemason in Slater's Trade Directory of 1870.
MAHER, Thomas. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/16. Also: house in The Valley, Ref: 70/81; house and yard in Sparagalea or Chapel Lane, Ref: 70/4. Listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as ironmonger and hardware dealers; and in Slater's of 1856 as ironmonger.
MAHER, William. Main Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/104. Also: in Watergate Street he had the pound, weighing-crane, tolls and customs of fairs, Ref: 70/9; five plots of land in Fethard, (i) 8 acres, 2 roods and 31 perches, Ref: 70/13, (ii) 1 acre, 3 roods and 0 perches, Ref: 70/4. (iii) 12 acres, 1 rood and 24 perches, Ref: 70/15AB, (iv) 1 acre, 3 roods and 34 perches, Ref: 70/16, (v) 13 acres, 0 roods and 24 perches, Ref: 70/17; land of 42 acres, 0 roods and 25 perches in Garrinch, Ref: 70/2AB; office and yard in Barrack Street which was rented from the Board of Ordnance, Ref: 70/36; offices and yard in Barrack Street, Ref: 70/31; house in Kerry Street, Ref: 70/74; house and yard in Kerry Street, Ref: 70/16; garden in The Green of 1 rood and 31 perches, Ref: 70/65; also in The Green a ruins, Ref: 70/61, vacant house, Ref: 70/62, a ruins, Ref: 70/63. He was listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as linen and woollen draper, and spirit dealer, Main
Street. In Slater's of 1856 William Maher and Sons were listed as bakers, linen and woollen drapers, spirit dealers, and earthenware dealers.
MAHONY, Catherine. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/88.
MAHONY, James. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/8.
MAHONY, John. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/42.
MAHONY, Lawrence. The Green.
House, yard and a garden of 28 perches. Ref: 70/118.
MAHONY, Thomas. Kerry Street.
House, yard and a small garden. Ref: 70/88. A Michael Mahony of Clonmel Road was a nail maker in 1870 according to Slater's Directory.
MANDEVILLE, Anastasia. Abbey Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/49.
MANGAN, David. The Rock.
House and yard. Ref: 70/11. Also: house and yard in Abbey Street, Ref: 70/21.
MANGAN, John. The Green.
House and yard. Ref; 70/110.
MANGAN, Nicholas. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/31.
MARA, James. The Valley.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/24. Also: land of 13 acres, 3 roods and 39 perches in The Commons, Ref; 70/24.
MARA, John. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/78. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 John Mara of Fethard was listed as tailor. Michael Mara of The Green was listed as tailor in Slater's of 1870; and likewise in Guy's Directory of 1893.
MARNELL, John. Abbey Street.
House, yard and a garden of 16 perches. Ref: 70/20.
MEAGHER, John. Fethard.
Land of 2 roods and 16 perches, Ref: 70/22; land of 3 acres, 3 roods and 39 perches, Ref: 70/23. Possibly the same as John Maher, Main Street, above.
MEAGHER, Richard. Abbey Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/54.
MEAGHER, William. The Commons.
Land of 25 acres, 0 roods and 23 perches. Ref: 70/2 & 9.
MEANY, William. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/95.
MEEHAN, Mary. The Green.
House, yard and a garden of 34 perches. Ref: 70/66.
MEEHAN, Thomas. The Valley.
House and yard. Ref: 70/49.
MILLETT, Susanna. Moor Street.
House, offices, yard and a garden of 1 rood and 1 perch. Ref: 70/37. Also: land in Fethard of 12 acres, 3 roods and 13 perches, Ref: 70/31. She was listed among the gentry in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory. In the 1856 edition her address was Main Street, which may have been a printing error. She was probably the widow of Thomas Millett, The Abbey, Fethard who died in 1845. He had been elected Sovereign of Fethard's corporation in September 1836.
MOORE, James. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/69.
MOORE, John. The Valley.
House, yard and a garden of 1 rood and 28 perches. Ref: 70/80.
MORRISSY, Edmund. Kerry Street,
House and small garden. Ref: 70/21.
MORRISSY, Elizabeth. Barrack Street.
House. Ref: 70/27.
MORRISSEY, John. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/74. Also: ruins and a garden of 4 perches, Ref: 70/48; house, Ref: 70/59. Both in The Green.
MORRISSEY, Mary. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/75.
MORRISSEY, Philip. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/102.
MULLAHY, Edmond. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/83. Listed in Slater's 1846 and 1856 Trade Directories as shoe maker. Listed in Slater's of 1870 as boot and shoe maker.
MULLINS, John. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/16.
MULLINS, Thomas. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/53. Also: office and a garden of 16 perches in The Valley, Ref: 70/4. Listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as baker, and inn and public house keeper. In Slater's of 1856 Ellen Mullins, Main Street, was listed as baker, and inn and public house keeper.
MULLINS, William. Main Street.
House. Ref: 70/81. Also: land of 12 acres, 2 roods and 8 perches in Garrinch, Ref: 70/4. A William Mullins of Main Street was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 as slater and plasterer.
MULROONEY, Anne. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/34.
MURPHY, Edmund. The Valley.
House, yard and a garden of 15 perches. Ref; 70/92. Also: a garden of 30 perches in The Valley, Ref: 70/102.
MURPHY, John. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref; 70/29.
MURPHY, John. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/67. Perhaps the same as the above.
MURPHY, Judith. Garrinch.
Land of 5 acres, 0 roods and 13 perches. Ref: 70/5.
MURPHY, Michael & John. Moanmore.
Land of 13 acres, 0 roods and 34 perches. Ref: 70/1. Also, land of 5 acres, 3 roods and 20 perches held by both in Knockboordan, Ref: 70/3.
MURPHY, Michael & HEFFERNAN, John. Watergate Street.
House, offices and yard which were freehold. Ref: 70/6. Slater's 1846 Trade Directory lists Michael Murphy, Watergate Street, as inn and public house keeper.
MURPHY, Patrick, BLUNDELL, Robert, & another. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/4.
MURPHY, Timothy. Kerry Street.
House. Ref: 70/102.
MURPHY, William. Old Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/8.
MURRAY, James. Main Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/22. Also: yard in Sparagalea or Chapel Lane, Ref: 70/10. Listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as grocer, spirit dealer, and land steward.
NEEDHAM, John. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/103. Also: a cellar in vacant house in Moor Street, Ref: 70/23. Listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as baker; and in that of 1856 as baker, grocer, and spirit dealer. Listed as baker, and grocer and spirit dealer in Slater's of 1870.
NEEDHAM, Thomas. Fethard.
House, and land of 4 acres, 1 rood and 23 perches. Ref; 70/72. Also: land of 1 acre, 3 roods and 23 perches in Garrinch, Ref: 70/7; a garden of 1 rood and 19 perches in Kerry Street, Ref: 70/71; a garden of 39 perches in Kerry Street, Ref: 70/44; ruins and a garden of 12 perches in Kerry Street, Ref: 70/38.
NEILL, Catherine. Moor Street.
House, office, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/39.
NETTLETON, Patrick. The Rock.
House. Ref: 70/6.
NEVILLE, Alicia. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/77.
NEVILLE, Patrick(deceased). Moor Street.
House, office, yard and a garden of 31 perches. Ref: 70/14. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 a Patrick Neville of Main Street was listed as baker, and flour dealer. This may have been an error for Moor Street.
NORRIS, Elizabeth. The Green.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/122. Also: house and yard in The Green, Ref: 70/39. Possibly the Eliza Norris of Abbey Street listed in Slater's 1856 Trade Directory as shopkeeper and dealer in sundries.
NORRIS, John. Main Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/100. In Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856 he was listed as shopkeeper and dealer in sundries. He was parish clerk to the local Church of Ireland.
NORRIS, Robert. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/7.
NORRIS, William. Barrack Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/2. A Robert Norris of Barrack Street was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as whitesmith [generally a worker in iron who finishes or polishes the work]; Robert was also listed in Slater's of 1870,but his address was given as The Green.
O'BRIEN, James. Watergate Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/3. Possibly the James O'Brien of Main Street listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as inn and public house keeper
O'CONNOR, Edmund. Main Street.
Corn-mill and kiln, both freehold. Ref: 70/55. Also: offices and yard. Ref: 70/32; yard in Coolnamuck(this was off Barrack Street).
O'CONNOR, Edward. Main Street.
House, offices, yard and garden. Ref: 70/8. Also: land of 2 acres, 2 roods and 8 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/1. Possibly the son of William O'Connor, spirit dealer, listed in Pigot's Trade Directory of 1824. Edward O'Connor was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as grocer, and spirit dealer.
O'FLYNN, Doctor. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/28. Also: office in Sparagalea or Chapel Lane, Ref: 70/75. Dr. John O'Flynn of Moor Street was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as physician and surgeon.
O'MEAGHER, Patrick. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/49.
O'MEAGHER, Thomas. Main Street.
House, office, yard and garden. Ref: 70/91. Also: land of 2 acres, 0 roods and 16 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/39.
PARKER, Thomas. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House, office, yard and a garden of 23 perches. Ref: 70/70. Listed in Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856 as cooper. He was also listed in Slater's of 1870. In Guy's Directory of 1893 a Lawrence Parker of Chapel Lane was listed as cooper.
PARSON, Bridget. Fethard.
House. Ref: 70/56e.
PHELAN, John. Moneypark.
Land of 12 acres, 0 roods and 23 perches, Ref; 704; land of 9 acres, 3 roods and 18 perches, Ref: 70/5.
PHELAN, Richard. Watergate Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/10. Also: house and land of 13 acres, 2 roods and 0 perches in Gortagea, Ref: 70/2.
POWER, Edmund. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/111.
POWER, Edmund. Fethard.
House and a garden of 3 roods and 35 perches. Ref: 70/56f.
POWER, John. Kerry Street.
House. Ref: 70/108.
POWER, John. The Valley.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/73.
POWER, Margaret. Cashel Road.
House. Ref: 70/6.
POWER, Michael. The Rock.
House. Ref: 70/21.
PRESBYTERIAN MEETING HOUSE, Moor St.
House and yard, valued at £11. Ref: 70/36. In 1846 the minister was Rev. Robert Ferris (see above); and in 1856 Rev. William F. White of Moor Street.
PURCELL, John. The Commons.
House and land. (He shared 8 acres, 2 roods and 4 perches on The Commons with Philip Purcell). Ref: 70/21b.
PURCELL, John. Watergate Street.
House. Ref: 70/16.
PURCELL, Joseph. Abbey Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/17.
PURCELL, Philip. The Commons.
House, offices and land which he shared with John Purcell, above. Ref: 70/21a.
PURCELL, William. The Green.
House, office, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/121.
PURTEL, James. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/65.
PURTEL, Thomas. Kerry Street.
House, office and a garden of 13 perches. Ref: 70/32. Also: ruins and a garden of 21 perches. Ref; 70/31; a garden of 34 perches, Ref: 70/66; a house, yard and a garden of 1 rood and 17 perches, Ref: 70/72; all in Kerry Street. Thomas Purtil of Clonmel Road was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as a tailor, and nail maker. Likewise in Slater's of 1870.
QUIGLEY, Ellen. Abbey Street.
House, yard and a garden of 16 perches. Ref: 70/47.
QUIGLEY, James. The Valley.
House, yard and a garden of 29 perches. Ref: 70/47.
QUIGLEY, John. The Valley.
House. Ref; 70/86.
QUIGLEY, Michael. Fethard.
House. Ref; 70/11Dc.
QUIGLEY, Thomas. Fethard.
House. Ref; 70/8Bc.
QUIGLY, James. Main Street.
House, office, yard and a garden. Ref: 70/62.
QUINLAN, Catherine. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/57.
QUINLAN, John. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House hand yard. Ref; 70/17. Listed in Slater's 1856 Trade Directory as cooper.
QUINLAN, William. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/62. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as carpenter and wheelwright. A John Quinlan of The Green was listed as cooper in Slater's of 1870.
QUINN, John. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/25.
QUINN, Mrs. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/41.
QUIRK, James. Kerry Street.
House. Ref; 70/76.
QUIRK, James. Redcity Road.
House and small garden. Ref; 70/6.
QUIRK, John. The Green.
House. Ref; 70/23.
QUIRK, Michael. The Commons.
House, offices and land of 9 acres, 1 rood and 19 perches. Ref: 70/19.
QUIRK, Thomas. Fethard.
House. Ref: 70/56c.
REEVES, Miss. Moor Street.
House, office and yard. Ref; 70/52.
REILLY, David. The Commons.
House, office and land of 1 acre, 3 roods and 16 perches. Ref: 70/34.
REILLY, Michael. The Valley.
House, offices and a garden of 3 roods and 29 perches. Ref: 70/9.
RIORDAN, Michael. Kerry Street.
House. Ref; 70/5. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 Michael O'Riordan of Kerry Street was recorded as blacksmith, but this survey of 1850 makes no reference to a forge in Kerry Street.
ROBINSON, Cornelius. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/83.
ROCHE, David. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/15.
ROCHE, John. The Rock.
House. Ref: 70/4.
ROCHE, Mary. Abbey Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/53.
ROCHE, Michael. Barrack Street.
House. Ref: 70/23.
ROCHE, Richard. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/34.
RYALL, Lawrence. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/38. In Slater's 1846 Trade Directory a Mr. John Ryall of Moor Street was listed as attorney, and a Dr. George Ryall of Main Street as medical officer.
RYAN, Anastasia. Fethard.
House. Ref: 70/61f.
RYAN, Bridget. Moor Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref; 70/11. Listed in Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856 as inn and public house keeper, and shopkeeper and dealer in sundries. In Slater's of 1870 she was listed as inn and public house keeper.
RYAN, Daniel. The Commons.
House and land of 2 acres, 0 roods and 27 perches. Ref; 70/26.
RYAN, James. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/32.
RYAN, James. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref; 70/84.
RYAN, James. The Valley.
House in rear of Catherine Loughnan's house. Ref; 70/51.
RYAN, James. The Valley.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/97.
RYAN, John. The Rock.
House. Ref; 70/25.
RYAN, John. The Valley.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/56.
RYAN, Mary. Moor Street.
House. Ref; 70/20. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as milliner and dressmaker.
RYAN, Mary. The Rock.
House and yard. Ref: 70/13.
RYAN, Michael. Fethard.
Land of 1 acre, 0 roods and 12 perches. Ref: 70/51.
RYAN, Michael. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/11.
RYAN, Michael. The Green.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/40.
RYAN, Michael. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/15.
RYAN, Michael. Coolnamuck.
House. Ref: 70/3. This was off Barrack Street.
RYAN, Patrick. The Commons.
Land of 1 acre, 1 rood and 18 perches. Ref: 70/28.
RYAN, Thomas. Fethard.
House, office and land of 2 acres, 3 roods and 4 perches. Ref: 70/76. Also: land of 3 roods and 15 perches in The Commons, Ref: 70/2.
RYAN, William. Kerry Street.
House, office, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/96. Also: office, yard and small garden in Kerry Street, Ref; 70/20. A William Ryan and Son of Clonmel Road was listed as nail maker in Slater's Trade Directory of 1870.
RYAN, William. The Commons.
House, offices and land of 6 acres, 0 roods and 23 perches. Ref; 70/3, 4AB, & 39a.
SAUL, Mary. Moor Street.
In cellar under Edward Hawe's house. Ref: 70/21.
SAYERS, Frederick. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/25. Also; office and yard in Sparagalea or Chapel Lane, Ref: 70/3; house and land of 4 acres, 0 roods and 20 perches in Fethard, Ref; 70/20; land of 6 acres, 3 roods and 20 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/19AB. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 he is listed as the local postmaster. He was also land agent,
insurance agent and agent for Bianconi cars. He was listed in Slater's of 1870 as land agent, auctioneer, and ironmonger and hardware dealer.
SAYERS, Henry(deceased). Main Street.
House, offices, yard and a garden of 32 perches. Ref: 70/42. Also: a garden of 31 perches on the Main Street, Ref: 70/43; office and yard on the Main Street, Ref: 70/40; office and yard in Sparagalea or Chapel Lane, Ref; 70/24; land of 20 acres, 3 roods and 34 perches in Fethard, Ref; 70/55. In Pigot's Trade Directory of 1824 he was listed as grocer, and tanner. A Henry B. Sayers of Main Street was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 as grocer and spirit dealer; and in Guy's Directory of 1893 as grocer, agricultural agent, and ironmonger.
SAYERS, Matthew. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/29. This was probably the parish clerk, to the Church of Ireland, listed in Pigot's Trade Directory of 1824. In Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856 Matthew James Sayers is listed as grocer and spirit dealer.
SAYERS, Mrs. Moor Street.
House, office and yard. Ref; 70/55. Probably the Margaret Sayers of Moor Street, milliner and dressmaker, listed in Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856. A John Sayers of Moor Street was listed in Slater's of 1856 as a tailor, and likewise in that of 1870.
SCHOFIELD, Henry. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref; 70/13. Also: office and yard in The Green, Ref: 70/99. Probably the son of William Schofield, tallow chandler, listed in Pigot's Trade Directory of 1824. Henry was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as tallow chandler, and tobacconist; and in that of 1856 as tallow chandler, and grocer and spirit dealer. In Slater's of 1870 he was listed as grocer and spirit dealer, and tallow chandler. In the Royal National Directory of 1894 John Schofield was listed as the owner of this business.
SCHOFIELD, John. Barrack Street.
Ruins. Ref: 70/18. Also: ruins in The Green, Ref: 70/76.
SCHOOL, NATIONAL. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
National school-house, yard and a small garden, all valued at £4. 3s. Ref: 70/19. In 1846 Philip Dwyer was the master here.
SCHOOL, PAROCHIAL. Barrack Street.
School-house, teacher's dwelling, offices, yard, and a garden of 23 perches; the buildings were valued at £11. 14s. Ref: 70/29. This was the Protestant school and the property of the rector, Rev. Henry Woodward. In 1846 John O'sullivan was the master and Jane O'sullivan (his wife?) the mistress.
SCOTT, John. Old Chapel Lane.
Land of 2 roods and 21 perches. Ref: 70/5.
SCOTT, Thomas. Watergate Street.
House. Ref: 70/13. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as boot and shoe maker. In Slater's of 1870 Michael Scott of Main Street was listed as boot and shoe maker.
SCOTT, Thomas. Fethard.
House and a garden of 2 roods and 18 perches. Ref: 70/57Ba.
SCULLY, Judith. The Green.
House and yard. Ref; 70/31.
SERAN, Matthew. The Rock.
House and yard. Ref: 70/5.
SHAUGHNESSY, John. Barrack Street.
House and yard. Ref; 70/34. Also: house, yard and small garden in Barrack Street, Ref: 70/13.
SHEA, Catherine. Moor Street.
House, offices, yard and a small garden. Ref: 70/44.
SHEA, John. Abbey Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/39. Also: office and land of 9 acres, 3 roods and 32 perches, Ref: 70/2a; land of 1 acre, 3 roods and 16 perches, Ref: 70/3; land of 2 acres, 0 roods and 25 perches, Ref: 70/66AB; all in Fethard. Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 lists James Shea (his son?) of Abbey Street as carpenter and wheelwright, and shopkeeper and dealer in sundries. And in Slater's of 1870 James Shea of Abbey Street was listed as carpenter and wheelwright.
SHEA, John. Moor Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/34.
SHEA, John, and DUNPHY, Joseph. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/82.
SHEA, Margaret. Abbey Street.
House. Ref; 70/44.
SHEA, Mary. Moor Street.
House. Ref: 70/24.
SHEA, Philip. Moor Street.
House, offices, yard and a garden of 11 perches. Ref: 70/42. Also: land of 1 acre, 2 roods and 6 perches. Ref: 70/46. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as grocer and spirit dealer, and inn and public house keeper. In Slater's of 1870 a John Shea of Moor Street was listed as grocer and spirit dealer.
SHEA, Richard. Moor Street.
House. Ref: 70/33. Also: offices and land of 12 acres, 0 roods and 21 perches, Ref: 70/4. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as inn and public house keeper.
SHEA, Richard. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/18.
SHEA, Thomas. Abbey Street.
House. Ref: 70/43. Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 recorded Thomas Shea of Moor Street as grocer and spirit dealer.
SHEA, William. Abbey Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/55. Possibly the William Shea of Moor Street listed in Slater's 1846 Trade Directory as a tailor.
SHEEHAN, Edmund. Kerry Street.
House and a garden of 29 perches. Ref: 70/42. Also: land of 1 acre, 3 roods and 12 perches in Garrinch, Ref: 70/8.
SHEEHAN, Thomas. Fethard.
House. Ref; 70/62c.
SHEEHY, Thomas. Jesuitsí Walk.
House and yard. Ref; 70/1.
SHINE, Michael. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/100.
SLOANE, Mary. The Valley.
House and yard. Ref: 70/16.
SMITH, Mrs. Catherine. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/74. Also: ruins and a garden of 12 perches on Main Street, Ref: 70/75; office and orchard of 1 acre, 1 rood and 35 perches on Main Street, Ref: 70/76; office and yard on Main Street, Ref: 70/60; a garden of 24 perches in Sparagalea or Chapel Lane, Ref: 70/64; land of 2 acres, 2 roods and 12 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/21. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as boot and shoe maker, and spirit dealer.
SMITH, James. Main Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/96. Also: land of 1 acre, 0 roods and 2 perches in Old Chapel Lane, Ref: 70/4; land of 1 acre, 3 roods and 33 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/59. Listed in Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856 as Clerk of the Petty Sessions. Likewise in Slater's of 1870 where he was also listed as postmaster.
SMITH, Mary. Moor Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/6. Possibly the widow of Henry Smith of Moor Street who was listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as inn and public house keeper.
SPELLAN, John. Redcity Road.
House and yard. Ref: 70/2.
STAPLETON, Judith. Fethard.
House. Ref: 70/61b.
STAPLETON, Margaret. The Commons.
A garden of 21 perches. Ref: 70/10.
STAPLETON, Tobias. The Commons.
House and land of 2 acres, 2 roods and 26 perches. Ref: 70/33.
ST. JOHN, Edward. Moor Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/53.
ST. JOHN, Mary. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard, all freehold. Ref: 70/77.
ST. JOHN, Michael. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/97.
STOKES, Patrick. Main Street.
Hotel, offices and yard. Ref: 70/9. Also: house, offices and yard in Main Street, Ref: 70/10; house in Main Street, Ref: 70/1; yard in Barrack Street, Ref: 70/14; a garden of 28 perches in Kerry Street, Ref: 70/105; land of 6 acres, 3 roods and 7 perches in Garrinch, Ref: 70/12; two ruins in The Valley, Ref: 70/1 & 2; land of 25 acres, 2 roods and 7 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/8AB; land of 6 acres, 3 roods and 12 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/9AB. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 he was listed as postmaster and stamp distributor. In that of 1856 he is listed as grocer and spirit dealer, and owner of Stokes's Hotel. In Slater's of 1870 Susan Stokes was listed as the proprietoress of the hotel.
STRAP, Patrick. Kerry Street.
House. Ref: 70/49.
SULLIVAN, David. Jesuitsí Walk.
House hand small garden. Ref: 70/4.
SULLIVAN, Pat. and another. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/24.
SULLIVAN, Richard. Kerry Street.
House. Ref; 70/6.
SWEENY, Catherine. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/36.
TEHAN, Denis. The Valley.
House. Ref: 70/55. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 a Denis Tehan of Chapel Lane was a boot and shoe maker.
TIERNEY, Alicia. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/117.
TIERNEY, James. Watergate Street.
House. Ref: 70/15.
TIERNEY, Timothy. The Green.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/7.
TINSLEY, William. The Green.
House and yard. Ref: 70/2. Possibly the notable architect who was born in Clonmel on 7 February 1804 and lived in Clonmel. He designed and constructed a number of properties about Fethard. He left for the United States in September 1851.
TOBIN, Anne. Main Street.
House. Ref: 70/54. Possibly the widow of John Tobin of Main Street listed in Pigot's Trade Directory of 1824 as baker. In Slater's Trade Directory a Patrick Tobin and Co. were listed as linen and woollen drapers.
TOBIN, John. The Valley.
A garden of 37 perches. Ref: 70/104.
TOOHILL, Denis. Kerry Street.
House, office, yard and a garden of 2 roods and 10 perches. Ref: 70/56. Also: land of 2 acres, 3 roods and 7 perches, Ref: 70/74. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 an Owen Twohill of Clonmel Road was listed as carpenter and wheelwright.
TOOMEY, Catherine. Kerry Street.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/28.
TORPY, John. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/25.
TYNAN, Dermott. Kerry Street.
House and yard. Ref; 70/86.
TYNE, Michael. Barrack Street.
House and yard. Ref; 70/28.
TYRELL, James. The Commons.
House, offices and land of 1 acre, 0 roods and 23 perches. Ref: 70/17.
TYRRELL, Henry. The Valley.
House and yard. Ref: 70/77.
TYRRELL, John. The Valley.
House and small garden. Ref: 70/21.
WADE, Mary. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House and yard. Ref: 70/78.
WALL, Judith. Barrack Street.
House. Ref: 70/16.
WALL, Nicholas. Abbey Street.
House and yard. Ref; 70/45. Also: house and yard in Sparagalea or Chapel Lane, Ref: 70/5; house in The Green, Ref: 70/90. Listed in Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856 as a tailor. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1870 a John Wall of Abbey Street was listed as nail maker.
WALSH, Anne. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/99. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 as baker, and grocer and spirit dealer. In Slater's of 1870 an Andrew Walsh of Main Street was listed as shopkeeper and dealer in sundries.
WALSH, Edmond. The Commons.
House, offices and land of 18 acres, 2 roods and 11 perches. Ref: 70/6.
WALSH, Edmund. Spitalfield.
House, office and land of 2 acres, 0 roods and 12 perches. Ref: 70/2a.
WALSH, Edmund. Garrinch.
House, office and land of 22 acres, 2 roods and 7 perches. Ref: 70/11AaB.
WALSH, Edmund. Kerry Street.
House, yard and a garden of 10 perches. Ref: 70/9.
WALSH, Edmund. The Commons.
Land of 17 acres, 1 rood and 21 perches. Ref: 70/5.
WALSH, Edward. Kerry Street.
House, office, yard and a garden of 10 perches. Ref: 70/104.
WALSH, Edward. Main Street.
House, offices and yard. Ref: 70/5. Listed in Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856 as linen and woollen draper, and bacon merchant. In Slater's of 1870 he was listed as linen and woollen draper.
WALSH, James. Kerry Street.
House. Ref; 70/107.
WALSH, Margaret. Moor Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/51. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as shopkeeper and dealer in sundries.
WALSH, Michael. Moor Street.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/59. Also: house, office and yard in Barrack Street, Ref: 70/11; office and a garden of 16 perches in Coolnamuck (off Barrack Street), Ref: 70/1; office and yard in Watergate Street, Ref: 70/7; yard in Watergate Street, Ref: 70/14; house and land of 6 acres, 3 roods and 18 perches in The Commons, Ref: 70/11; land of 5 acres, 1 rood and 24 perches in The Commons, Ref: 70/12; land of 2 acres, 3 roods and 21 perches in The Commons, Ref: 70/10 & 11; office and land of 11 acres, 1 rood and 30 perches in Garrinch, Ref: 70/1ABa; land of 4 acres, 0 roods and 7 perches in Moanbeg, Ref: 70/2AB. In Slater's Trade Directories of 1846 and 1856 he was listed as linen and woollen draper.
WALSH, Patrick. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/35.
WALSH, Richard. Barrack Street.
House and yard. Ref; 70/10. Possibly the carpenter and wheelwright listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846.
WALSH, Thomas. Fethard.
House, office and land of 2 acres, 3 roods and 36 perches. Ref: 70/61a. Also: land of 1 acre, 3 rood and 0 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/60.
WALSH, Thomas. The Commons.
House and land of 1 acre, 1 rood and 24 perches. Ref: 70/27. Also: land of 2 roods and 33 perches, Ref: 70/23.
WALSH, William. Sparagalea or Chapel Lane.
House. Ref: 70/6.
WALSH, William. Abbey Street.
House, offices, yard, osiery and land of 1 acre, 2 roods and 2 perches. Ref: 70/7. Also: a ruins in Abbey Street, Ref: 70/10; a garden of 1 rood and 20 perches in Abbey Street, Ref: 70/35. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as carpenter and wheelwright. In Slater's of 1870 Thomas Walsh of Abbey Street was listed as carpenter and wheelwright.
WALTON, William. Main Street.
House, yard and garden. Ref: 70/64.
WHELAN, Johanna. Watergate Street.
House. Ref: 70/29.
WHELAN, Michael. The Rock.
House and yard. Ref: 70/12.
WHITE, Catherine. The Green.
House. Ref: 70/100.
WHITE, Edmond. The Commons.
House and two parcels of land, one of 2 roods and 25 perches, the other of 1 rood and 31 perches. Ref: 70/16.
WILEY, Patrick. Moor Street.
House, office, yard and small garden. Ref: 70/48.
WILLIAMS, Margaret. Barrack Street.
House and yard. Ref: 70/9. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 an Ellen Williams of The Green was listed as milliner and dressmaker. Ellen Williams of The Green was also listed as milliner and dress maker in Slater's of 1870.
WILSON, Charles. Main Street.
House, offices, yard and garden. Ref: 70/92. Also: house, offices, corn-mill, and land of 2 acres, 1 rood and 21 perches, Ref: 70/41a; land of 11 acres, 0 roods and 3 perches, Ref: 70/40; land of 2 acres, 1 rood and 30 perches, Ref: 70/42; both in Fethard. In Pigot's Trade Directory of 1824 John Wilson was listed as the owner of the Manor Mills as he was in Slater's Trade Directory of 1846. This John Wilson had been elected Sovereign of Fethard's corporation in September 1837 and of him the Tipperary Free Press wrote in relation to his work as Sovereign: ëa more efficient person we have not seen for many yearsí. His daughter, Rebecca, married, on 6 November 1850, James the son of Richard Wright below. Charles Wilson was listed as the owner of the mills in the Directory of 1856. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 Charles Wilson was listed as corn, coal and timber merchant; and in those of 1856 and 1870 as miller, corn merchant, and land agent.
WILSON, Mrs. Elizabeth. Moor Street.
House, offices, yard and a garden of 34 perches. Ref: 70/12. Also: office, yard and a garden of 2 roods and 32 perches in The Valley, Ref: 70/28; land of 10 acres, 1 rood and 11 perches in Fethard, Ref: 70/54. Perhaps she was the mother of Charles above.
WOODS, Thomas. The Green.
House, office and yard. Ref: 70/28. Listed in Slater's Trade Directory of 1856 as nail maker.
WOODWARD, Rev. Henry. Fethard.
House, offices and land of 5 acres, 1 rood and 36 perches. Ref: 70/49. Also: land of 11 acres, 0 roods and 33 perches, Ref: 70/50. Rev. Henry was the Church of Ireland rector in Fethard, and the above was his rectory house and lands. His son, Rev. Thomas, was his curate in 1846. Rev. Henry was the son of Charles Woodward, Bishop of Cloyne and was born in the diocese of Clogher in 1775. Matriculated from Corpus Christi College, Oxford in 1792. Student at Lincoln's Inns in 1794. He was ordained for the diocese of Kilmore in 1799. In 1812 he moved to Fethard as rector where he continued until his death on 14 April 1863. He married in 1797 and had three sons and two daughters. Published his autobiography, Some Passages in my Former Life, in 1847. His father was a pamphleteer and involved in politics in Co. Cork.
WRIGHT, Richard. Watergate Street.
A ruins. Ref: 70/27. According to Pigot's Trade Directory of 1824 he was the local postmaster. In Slater's Trade Directory of 1846 Richard Wright of Main Street was listed with the gentry. Previous to this he had lived at Grove, Fethard. He served as Sovereign of Fethard's corporation in 1807, 1809, 1821, 1825, 1826, 1829, 1833, and 1834.
The family was Cromwellian in origin and an Ireland Wright was living at Killaghy, Mullinahone in 1665. He had a son John. This John's grandson was John Wright of Cloneen who died in 1766 aged 75 years. This latter John married a Sarah Markham of Fanningstown, Piltown, Co. Kilkenny and had 2 sons and 4 daughters. The two sons became Catholics and were disinherited by their father. The second son, Bernard, became a priest. The elder son, John, (who died in 1808 aged 84) married Catherine Shee of Cloran, lived at Cloneen, and had three sons. These were: John who lived at Compsey Cottage, Mullinahone, Bernard who was a teacher in Clonmel (the same who successfully sued Thomas Judkin Fitzgerald the Tipperary High Sheriff for 1798 for an illegal flogging), and Richard the above. Richard Wright married Arabella the daughter of James Hazlitt of Fethard and they had a daughter, Sarah, who married a Bernard Doyle of Kilkenny. The Doyles had children. Richard Wright may have reverted to Protestantism.

The End.

PATRICK MARY O'DONNELL,
ARCHBISHOP OF BRISBANE,
1965 - 1973.

by

Michael O Donnell.

A year before he died the then retired Archbishop Patrick Mary O'Donnell wrote in a special Irish number of the Australian Catholic newspaper The Leader (11 April 1979):
In the heart of man there exists a strong desire that may even be an
instinct to cherish the memory of famous men. History relates their deeds,
monuments commemorate their heroism and their names endure for
centuries. But inevitably the lapse of time dims the lustre, even as it
withers the pages and wears the stone. The name, perhaps like a fading
echo, may linger but the power of it is gone.
We can but hope that this will not be for some years to come at least the fate of Dr. O'Donnell himself. Perhaps already some priest in the Archdiocese of Brisbane is researching his biography and will give us a volume worthy to stand beside those written on his three predecessors.
Patrick Mary O'Donnell (as he himself wrote his name, but in the 1901 Census his father wrote it as Patrick only) was born at Main Street, Fethard, the youngest child of Thomas and Johanna O'Donnell (both of these were born in 1856), on 2 February 1897. The family had a drapery business in the shop that is today O'sullivan's Pharmacy. According to Patrick himself he was the youngest of sixteen children, though the 1901 Census lists only five children: Mary Ellen aged 20 years (she was then assisting her father in the drapery business), James then aged 17 and at school (older residents in Fethard will still remember him), Edmond aged 13 and at school, Sarah aged 9 and at school, and Patrick who was then aged four years. But the others could have been away from home when this Census was undertaken in March 1901. It will be necessary to research the local Catholic parish records on the family to discover when the parents married, how many children they had and when born, and when the parents died. As I write this I have not been able to discover when and why the family abandoned the drapery business. It was not listed in a Trade Directory of 1915.
Archbishop O'Donnell has written that his family came to Fethard from Knockanglass which is that hilly area directly to the north of Moyglass village. According to him a James O'Donnell was born here in 1757 and died in 1810. This James married a Catherine Crehan and had family. In 1850 John O'Donnell of Knockanglass farmed 48 acres which in those times would have been a comfortable farm. And in a Trade Directory of 1889 John (either the same, or a son) was living in Knockanglass, but in the same directory a Thomas O'Donnell is shown as having a drapery business in Fethard. An 1870 Directory does not list Thomas but that of 1881 has him recorded as a linen and woollen draper. We may presume, then, that sometime in the 1870s he set himself up in business in Fethard; by 1880 he would have been 24 years old.
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By 1901 the drapery business in Fethard was well established with Thomas employing an assistant in the shop, John Skehan then aged 31 years (who will also be recalled by older Fethard residents), and his daughter Mary Ellen. Thomas's wife may also have assisted in the shop since they employed a servant, Ellen Nolan aged 23 years. It would seem that the family were a prosperous one and especially so as they could support a son who pursued his education in various part of Ireland and in Rome.
Patrick O'Donnell began his education with the Presentation Sisters in Fethard and then moved across Old Chapel Lane to the National School where the Patrician Brothers taught. The Archbishop had affectionate memories of his time at school in Fethard and on every visit to the town made a point of visiting both teaching orders. In time he moved to The Academy conducted by the Brothers on the Main Street. From here he went to the Jesuits at Mungret College in Limerick and later still he spent a short time in All Hallows College in Dublin.
To finish his education he took up residence in the Propaganda Fide College in Rome where many of his fellow students were to be in later years leaders in the Catholic Church. One such was Cardinal Gilroy, Archbishop of Sydney. Patrick O'Donnell was ordained a priest in Rome in April 1922.
In June of 1922 he returned to Ireland for a short holiday before going to the diocese of Sale, near to Melbourne in Australia. He had been ordained for that diocese. About mid September 1922 he sailed for Australia on the liner Kyber which he probably joined at Liverpool. His ship would have sailed through the Mediterranean and stopped at Port Said at the mouth of the Suez Canal to take on coal. No doubt Patrick wandered around Port Said while the ship was coaling to wonder at the exotic scenes and sights. The liner would then have sailed through the Suez Canal and the Red Sea and then across the Indian Ocean to the port of Colombo in modern-day Sri Lanka. Here, again, the liner would have taken on coal. Like all the passengers he would have explored this city. From here the young priest, probably a little sea-sick, a little home-sick and most likely wondering if he would ever again see Ireland, sailed through the south Indian Ocean and across under south Australia to the port of Melbourne which he reached at the end of October 1922. There was no fast and cheap travel by plane in those days; the voage by liner was expensive and took about seven weeks.
From Melbourne he was taken to the town of Sale which lies about 130 miles north-east of Melbourne and was the principal city in the province of Gippsland in the State of Victoria. When Patrick arrived there the town was not much bigger than Fethard and like Fethard was in the centre of a rich agricultural area with a temperate climate. But the town was increasing in size, by 1949 the population was 6,000 and today the population is about 15,000. His first position was that of curate in Sale Cathedral and he was to serve in this capacity until he was appointed Administrator of the Cathedral in 1930. He continued in the latter until 1937.
In 1937 he was appointed parish priest of Leongatha in the beautiful lake district of south Gippsland and close to the southern coast of Australia. This was in the diocese of Sale. While here, in 1944, he was created a Domestic Prelate by Pope Pius XII and was appointed a Vicar General in the diocese. He seems to have served in Leongatha until about 1946. In this year he was promoted a Monsignor and transferred to the parish of Warragul where he served until 18 December 1948. Warragul is also in the diocese of Sale and somewhat to the east of Melbourne.
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In 1947, while still parish priest in Warragul, he celebrated the silver jubilee of his ordination. To mark the occasion he made his first trip back to Ireland in a quarter of a century. This time he was able to fly by plane and was accompanied by the Apostolic Delegate to Australia, Dr. Pancio. They came via India and the Middle East to Rome where Patrick spent some time before flying to Paris where he met Archbishop Roncalli, the Nuncio to France and later Pope John XXIII. Patrick O'Donnell celebrated his silver jubilee by offering High Mass in the Urban College of Propaganda Fide in Rome.
He was resettled about a year in his parish in Sale when, on 18 December 1948, he received a telegram from Rome notifying him that he had been appointed Titular Archbishop of Pelusium and Coadjutor to Dr. James Duhig, then Archbishop of Brisbane. Brisbane lay about one thousand miles to the north, away in the sub-tropical state of Queensland. On the same day as he received the telegram Patrick wrote to Dr. Duhig: ëI am naturally filled with apprehension. I have been Vicar General long enough to realise the burdens and worries of a bishopí. But his neighbour and fellow Irishman, Dr. Daniel Mannix, Archbishop of Melbourne, wrote to him in a shaky hand (Mannix was then 85 years): ëYou canít keep a good man downí.
On Thursday 17 March 1949, St. Patrick's Day, Patrick Mary O'Donnell was ordained as Archbishop in St. Mary's Cathedral at Sale. The principal ordinand was his classmate from Rome days, Cardinal Gilroy of Sydney who was assisted by two Tipperary men, Bishop Ryan of Sale, Victoria and Bishop Gleeson of Maitland, New South Wales.
On this special occasion he gave utterance for the first time to the heartbreak and the sorrow he experienced on leaving Fethard, his father and mother, his brothers and sisters all those 27 years ago. And with the modesty that was so much a feature of the man he went on:
I do not know why I should be chosen for the dignity of Archbishop, but
I say that it is the loyalty and training of Bishop Ryan (Bishop of Sale) which
has fitted me for it. To leave the priests, the brothers and the laity who have
done so much for me is one of the heart-breaking duties of a priest whose
work is elsewhere, but so it must be. I will never forget you.
On 28 April 1949 he formally presented himself to Archbishop Duhig and received a liturgical reception in St. Stephen's Cathedral in downtown Brisbane. That night a civic reception was held for him in the City Hall at which the Chief Justice of Queensland read an address of welcome.
Dr. O'Donnell was the last Irish-born bishop to be appointed to the Australian Hierarchy which must be seen as a significant tribute to his talents, his popularity and his acceptability both in Rome and in Australia. Since the 1930s it had been Vatican policy, which it had been vigorously pushing, that only native Australians should be promoted to local dioceses.
When Dr. O'Donnell moved north to Brisbane he lived for a short time with Archbishop Duhig, but he then moved to his own residence. This was Glengariff, Derby Street, Hendra, Brisbane which lay to the north-east of the city and in the suburbs. It is immediately to the south of the modern-day airport. This house was a large two-storied brick house with extensive grounds. It had been the property of a Mr. T. C. Beirne until his death on 21 April 1949. The house had five bedrooms and
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quarters for domestic staff. On the death of Mr. Beirne his daughters presented it to the Archdiocese and Dr. Duhig passed it on to his Coadjutor. With his house Dr.
O'Donnell received an annual salary of £1,500 from his Archbishop. Whatever other faults he may have had Dr. Duhig was always generous with money and made certain that Archbishop O'Donnell had sufficient whenever he travelled to Europe and to his beloved Fethard.
In the Archdiocese of Brisbane Dr. O'Donnell was to serve in the shadow of Archbishop Duhig for sixteen years until the latter, who did not retire, died on 10 April 1965 aged 93 years. Though there was no public confrontation or ill-will between the two Archbishops, it has to be said that in private Dr. Duhig was less than supportive of his Coadjutor and often expressed the opinion that Dr. O'Donnell lacked the essentials of leadership. Nevertheless, at all times Archbishop O'Donnell was magnanimous and loyal to his superior and his good humour overcame any private frustration he may have experienced. A touch of this humour may be seen in the comment made by Archbishop O'Donnell when asked for his opinion on the great age of Dr. Duhig: ëAh, God bless us, poor James [Dr. Duhig] will probably die of pneumonia caught at my funeralí.
Following his first visit home in 1947 Archbishop O'Donnell came regularly to Ireland. he was here in 1950 when he blessed the Holy Year Cross on Slievenamon with Canon Ryan of Fethard and preached in Thurles Cathedral. This was on 15 August. Again in 1954 he was the leader of the Brisbane Archdiocesan pilgrimage to Lourdes, Rome and, of course, Ireland. He was in Ireland again in 1961 for the celebrations commemorating the 1,500th anniversary of the death of St. Patrick. On this occasion he left Brisbane on Thursday 23 February 1961 and flew via Singapore, Calcutta, Cairo and on to Rome where he spent a week. When he landed in Dublin he was met by Dr. McQuaid, the Archbishop of Dublin and Fr. Walter Skehan of Clonbrogan, Moyglass who was then parish priest of Loughmore. Dr. O'Donnell attended the Vatican 11 sessions in Rome with his friend the late Archbishop Thomas Morris of Cashel & Emly.
On 10 April 1965 he succeeded as third Archbishop of Brisbane. This sub-tropical city with its beautiful parks and towering buildings was to be his home for the remainder of his life; and in its cathedral, dwarfed by high-rise buildings, he was laid to his final rest.
As Archbishop of Brisbane Dr. O'Donnell returned to Fethard on 30 May 1969 for the consecration of the parish church. Together with native priests from the parish he concelebrated Mass in the church on Sunday 1 June which was Trinity Sunday and the 150th anniversary of the first Mass being celebrated. On that Sunday he was escorted into the town by the St. Joseph's Band from Ferryhouse, Clonmel and boys from the Patrician Brothers Schools formed at guard of honour in the church yard. An aging and honoured son was coming home.
At a special Mass in St. Stephen's Cathedral in Brisbane on 18 April 1972 the Archbishop celebrated the 50th anniversary of his ordination as a priest. He accepted the ruling of Vatican 11 which decreed that bishops and archbishops should retire at 75 years and so on 5 March 1973 he passed on the staff of office. He continued to live at his home at Glengariff, in Derby Street, but Fethard and Clonmel still called him. In July of that year the priests of the diocese of Brisbane laid on a formal dinner which served as a formal farewell to their leader. About one hundred priests attended. Two
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days later Dr. O'Donnell left for Ireland and an extended holiday which he spent with his sister, Mrs. C. Carri, O'Connell Street, Clonmel. He was expected back in Brisbane within a few months, but even by March 1974 he had not returned. However, in mid 1974 he did do so and to the best of my knowledge he never again left Brisbane.
Archbishop Patrick Mary O'Donnell died on 2 November 1980. He was buried in the vault at the side aisle of his Cathedral in Brisbane on the very hot afternoon of 6 November. A simple placque commemorates his memory beside that of his predecessor
Dr. James Duhig. The Irish Government cabled condolences to the Archdiocese. And what he always saw as his church (the parish church in Fethard) held a concelebrated Mass on 6 November at which Fr. William Hayes, who knew the Archbishop well, preached. He described Dr. O'Donnell as a fine priest, a holy man, but a reluctant bishop.
It has been written of Dr. O'Donnell that he was a wonderful preacher with a fine command of the English language. However, his sermons tended to be on the long side. His devout and pious nature together with his command of Christian doctrine, the New testament and Canon Law shone through all his homilies. For the ordinary man and woman seeking spiritual help as they struggled through life he was a caring pastor, and by his loving and out-going nature brought the mercy of a compassionate God to a people in difficulty. He was most virtuous and holy in his personal life, but in the performance of his episcopal duties he tended to be overly conscientious and to bind himself about with Canon Law.
Others have written he he was vacillating and hesitant when he came to making decisions. We should remember, though, that any Archbishop who followed Dr. Duhig -- the Lion of Queensland -- would have had a high bench-mark to aim for. Duhig could ooze confidence even when he was in the wrong, but this Dr. O'Donnell could never do. For all of that he did modernise the diocese of Brisbane and passed it on in a healthy state to his successor.
Though he lived in a beatiful city with a warm, tropical climate and close to sandy beaches and delightful scenery his inner eye only saw the white clouds flying over Slievenamon and his ear heard only the murmuring of the Clashawley. So, while men on a distant continent will judge him as a leader of the Catholic Church, people in Fethard should see him as a native son who never forgot the place that bred and educated him to manhood, the place that for all of his 83 years was his true home. He was a man of humour who had a streak of irreverance in him, a raconteur of style and wit.
The End.


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