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Extracts from Slater's Directory of Ireland 1870
Tullow & Ballon

Co Carlow

Shopkeepers, Traders, Shopkeepers, Traders, cont...
McNally Andrew, boot and shoemaker, Mill St  Nicholson John, carpenter, Mill st
McNally Michael, hoot and shoe maker Mill St Nolan Denis shoemaker Mill st
Maher Daniel, grocer & spirit dealer, Bridge st Nolan Edward, grocer and spirit dealer, Ballon 
Maher John, grocer, draper and spirit dealer, Mill st Nolan Patrick, nail maker, Tullowbeg 
Maher James, car owner, Bridge Hotel Nolan Richard, shoemaker, Ballon
Mangan Jas. nailmaker, Abbey st Nourse James, baker & provision dealer, Market sq
Mangan Owen, nailmaker, Mill st O'Callaghan Edward M, mineral water manufacturer, Barn Cottage Carlow Rd
Mangan Wm. nailmaker, Barrack st O'Brien John Boot and shoe maker, Mill St
Marshall Henry, car owner, Bridge st O'Neill Andrew, butcher, Mill st
Merner Felix, butcher, Mill st O'Neill Oliver, Provision dealer, Ballon
Moore Margaret, dressmaker, the Course  Roche James, grocer and spirit dealer, Church st
Mooney James, shoemaker, Barrack St Roche John, grocer, spirit, and earthenware dealer, Market sq
Mulhal James blacksmith Abbey st Ryan Andrew, saddler, Mill st
Mulhall Thomas, blacksmith, Tullowbeg Ryan John, dairyman, Bridge st
Murphy Edward, baker, Market sq Sinclair John nailmaker, Hoare's lane
Murphy Kinsella milliner Barrack st Thompson Thomas, watch & clock maker, Barrack st
Murphy Patrick, clothes broker, Bridge st  Thornton Joseph, provision dealer, Mill st
Murphy Thomas, draper & milliner, Market square Tomkins Thomas Earl, auctioneer and emigration agent, Tullowclan
Murphy Wm. butcher, Market sq Whelan Peter, nailmaker, Hoare la
Murphy William & Son, grocers, spirit dealers, and ironmongers, Market square White James boot and shoe maker Chapel lane
Farrell, James, Church st Tullow—Sub Inspector, John Keating, Esq.; head constable,
Charles Palmer: Constable, Patrick Burke
Holden Richard, Church ft Ballon—Patrick Cooney, constable in charge
Hunt Thomas, Mill st  
Lennon Daniel, Abbey st Gas Works, Tullowpeg Wm. Murphy,
Murphy William, the Green Secretary Edward Lynch, manager
Nolan Edward, Ballon  
  Held every third Saturday
AND THEIR MINISTERS. MAGISTRATES Sir John R. Wolseley Bart. Mount Wolseley 
EPISCOPAL CHURCHES:— Sir Thomas Butler, Bart. Ballintemple; 
Tullow—Rev John L, Drapes, rector William Clayton Browne, Esq. Sandbrook Park ; 
Aghada—Rev Robert Cooper, rector Hardy Eustace, Esq., Castlemore; 
Ardoyne—Rev R. McWilliam, rector Joseph Browne, Esq. Knocklow; 
  Edward. Vigors Alcock, Esq. Ballynoe
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPELS: John Jas. Lockey, Esq. Ballykealy; 
Tullow—Rev John Doyle, administrator; Dawson Barrer, Esq. Altamount; 
Rev John Beauchamp and Colonel John H. Keogh, Kilbrlde 
Rev Michael Brennan, curates  Mr Willam Clayton Humfrey, Ardriston, clerk
Adattin—Rev John Boyle, administrator  
Ballon—Rev John Kehoe PP Rev Fever Hospital, Tullowbeg —
James Dunny curate Robert Burnett, M.D.J medical officer; Mary Nolan, matron
Rathoe Rev John Kehoe, PP  
RAILWAY  The nearest Station is Carlow, eight miles distant MAIL CAR
on a branch of the Great Southern and Western Line. To CARLOW, a Mail Car, at half-put one afternoon, and six evening arriving
  from Carlow at twenty-seven minutes past five morning, and half past twelve mid-day

(Thank you to Terry Curran for transcribing this  material)

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