87 Tullow Street
Tullow Street map
I shot this from the tower of
the Cathedral just after Christmas 1970. - J.J. Woods*
Map of Courthouse
The image on the left is 87 Tullow street
and note the red car coming out of Dempsey's store yard; this was the
Tullow Street entrance for Lawry's Lane which is now called Cathedrial
Place. The map images are from OSi Mapviewer.
J.J. Woods photo: from the bottom of the
picture -the first row of houses are what remained of Lowry's Lane in
1970. The adjoining yard with all the overgrowth belonged to the
Purcell family. The yard at the top of the photo, alongside Purcell's,
was in the ownership of Ina Brennan.
- Lawry's (Lowry's)
Lane used to go through what is now St. Patrick's college to the old
Dublin road somewhere opposite or near the Courthouse. During the 1798 rising
some of the united Irishmen escaped through the lane from Tullow
- This is
another item of Carlow history that should be highlighted for locals
Lane is now the store yard adjoining and owned by Dempsey's Hardware
shop on Tullow Street. Carlow.
Above notes provided by Michael Purcell, J.J. Woods & Carloman2. *Image
from J.J. Woods
The Griffiths Valuation for Carlow County
c.1851/52. Houses in Lawry's Lane Carlow
1901 Census of Ireland
1911 Census of Ireland
Houses in Lawry's Lane Carlow
- Feely - Edward.
- Lacey - Thomas and Margaret, James, Mary,
Bridie, Margaret, Josephine, William, Nellie.
- Mills - John, Martin, William, -
- Lyons - Lucy, Mary, Agnes, Essy, Lucy Whelan.
- Brooks - Margaret, Edward, John, Denis,
Ellen, William, Annie.
- Fleming - Kate, Davis: Annie, Mary.