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Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)

Extracts from Slater's Directory of Ireland 1894
 
Co Carlow

Transcribed by Terry Curran c2008


Tullowmagimma, Urgian Or Rutland, Wells & Tinnahinch


Tullowmagimma

SLATER’S 1894 TULLOWMAGIMMA, a parish in co. Carlow, baronies of Carlow and Forth, union of Carlow, Protestant diocese of Leighlin, Catholic diocese of Kildare and Leighlin, 3 miles south-east from Carlow station on the Great Southern and Western railway; it contains 11 Townlands. For Protestant purposes this parish is united with that of Staplestown. There is a Catholic church and a National school. The area comprises 4,069 acres ; the population in 1891 was 539.

CATHOLIC CHURCH, Tinriland — Rev. James Robinson P.P. ; Rev. Joseph McCrea C.C.

Private Residents.

Commercial

Forbes Captain Purser Richard, blacksmith, Castletown
Kennedy Mrs. Charlotte P. Castletown house Scully John, quarry owner, Graiguenaspiddoge
Kennedy Mrs. Josephine  Castletown castle  
McCrea rev. Joseph c.c. Tinriland Farmers.
Newland Richard, Rathcrogue Dowling J. Linkardstown
Robinson Rev. James P.P Tinriland Norton P. Ballyloo
Watters John, Tinriland  

Urgian Or Rutland

SLATER’S 1894 URGIAN or RUTLAND, a parish in the county and barony of Carlow, union of Carlow, Protestant diocese of Leighlin, Catholic diocese of Kildare and Leighlin, 3 miles north-east from Carlow station on the Great Southern and Western railway, containing IT Townlands and the village of PALATINE. For Protestant purposes the parish forms an union with Killerrig and part of Grangeforth. There is a constabulary police station. The area comprises 3,140 acres; the population in 1891 was 518.

POST OFFICE, Palatine. — Letters through Carlow, which is also the nearest money order & telegraph off

CHURCH OF IRELAND — Rev. Louis Augustus James Barry B.A., LL.D Parochial School, Rutland, Anne Meara, mistress

Private Residents. Commercial.
   
Barry Rev. Louis A. J. LL.D. Rectory Binnions John, steward
Broomfield Major Godfrey, Thornville Hennessy Patrick, blacksmith
Dowse Samuel, Friarstown Loftus Elizabeth, spirit dealer
Duckett Capt. Chas. E. H. J.P. Rutland Weir Isaac, builder
Fitzmaurice Arthur, Johnstown house  
Hannon Henry, Palatine lodge  
   
Farmers. Farmers.
Canning- Patrick J Nolan John
Cummins Walter Nolan John
Hickey Maurice Nolan Patrick
Hickey William Nolan Patrick
Keegan Edward Nolan Thomas
Kinsella Aaron Nolan Thomas
Kinsella Patrick Sheppard James
Murphy William Sheppard James
Murphy William Sheppard Joseph
Nixon Thomas Sheppard Joseph 

Wells

WELLS, a parish partly in co. Carlow, barony of Idrone West, and partly in co. Kilkenny, barony of Gowran, unions of Carlow and Kilkenny, Protestant diocese of Leighlin, situated on the river Barrow, 3 miles south-west from Bagenalstown station on the Great Southern and Western and terminal station on the Dublin, Wicklow and Wexford railways, containing 10 Townlands and the market town of Leighlin Bridge, which see. For Protestant purposes this parish is united with that of Leighlin. There is a Catholic church and a National school. The area comprises 2,730 acres ; the population in 1891 was 749.

Letters through Leighlin Bridge, Bagenalstown

Church of Ireland — Rev. Canon Joseph William Abbott M.A

Private Residents.

McClintock Arthur J.P. Rathwinden house
Vigors Thomas M. C. J.P. Burgage
Webster David
Webster John

Tinnahinch

TINNAHINCH, a village in Co Carlow, in parish of St. Mullins, barony of St. Mullins Lower, union of New Ross, Protestant diocese of Leighlin, 5. miles south-south-west from Borris station on the Great Southern and Western and the Dublin, Wicklow and Wexford railways, on the river Barrow,, here crossed by a bridge to Graiguenamanagh, co. Kilkenny, of which it is a suburb. The area comprises 20 acres ; the population in 1891 was 284.

Transcribed by Terry Curran c2008


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