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Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)

Browne-Clayton Papers.

Carlow Military 1842

By kind permission of Michael Purcell

Browne-Clayton Papers.

Carlow Military 1842.

Map of Carlow Barracks c.1900
Source: OSi Maps

Military Barracks, Cavalry and Infantry,

Barrack Street, Carlow.

District Barrack Master for Carlow, Athy and Baltinglass. - Major Peter Browne

Constabulary Barracks, Burrin Street, Carlow. Inspector  - Abraham Royse,
Sub-Inspector George Browne.
Revenue Police Barracks, Bridewell Lane, Carlow. Inspector, Lieut. - John Reynell Murray

County Gaol, Bridewell Lane, Carlow. Governor - Robert Mc Dowell.

Excise Office, Royal Arms Hotel, Dublin Street, Carlow. Supervisor, - Mr Edward Philip, Esquire.

Stamp Office, 134 Tullow Street, Carlow. Sub-Distributor, - Mr John Church, Esquire. Office at Carlow Court House. Dublin Road, Carlow.

County Treasurer, - Mr Thomas Whelan, Esquire.

Secretary to the Grand Jury,  - Mr Robert Browne, Esquire.

Inspector of Weights and Measures, - Mr David Campion, Esquire.

Lunatic Asylum, Athy Road, Carlow. Governor, - Mr William Parsons, Esquire.

Matron, - Lavinia Parsons.

Barrow Navigation Company, Graigue, Carlow. Secretary, - Mr Peter De La Touche, Esquire.

Comptroller, - Mr Henry Cole, Esquire.

The Barrack Yard showing the Court Martial room people were condemned to death during the Troubles

Source: Michael Purcell c.2009

British Garrison on Parade at Fair Green - date unknown. St Mary's Church Carlow and Carlow Cathedral Steeples clearly visible in background.
Source: Jim Horan

The above is a true and accurate transcript of the original document.

By kind permission of Michael Purcell

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