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Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)

Extracts from Slater's Directory of Ireland 1894
 
Co Carlow

Fennagh Co. Carlow

FENNAGH, a parish in co. Carlow, Baronies of Forth, Idrone East and Rathvilly, head (with Myshall) of dispensary district in union of Carlow, Protestant diocese of Leighlin, 5 miles south-east from Leighlinbridge, containing 36 Townlands, the villages of Ballybrommell and Ballyknockan and part of the market town of Tullow, with a terminal station on a branch line of the Great Southern and Western railway, which see. For Protestant purposes the parish is in union with Myshall. The area comprises 10,516 acres; the population in 1891 was 2,019.

POST & MONET ORDER OFFICE & SAVINGS BANK James Brady, postmaster

Letters arrive, via Bagnalstown, at 7am & 1.10pm. & dispatched there to at 10.30 a.m. & 6.15 pm

Dispensary Medical Officer & Registrar, William F. Fryer M.D

Fever Hospital, Tullowbeg ; J. J. Nolan L.R.C. P. & S.I.. medical officer ; Margaret Merna, matron

Constabulary Barracks, Michael Burke, sergeant in charge

CHURCH OF IRELANDóRev. Thomas G
J. Phillips M.A. rector

National School, Jas. Mclntyre, master

 

Private Residents. Commercial
Eustace Hardy J.P. Castlemore Brennan Thomas, blacksmith
Fryer William Francis, Clonburn Cullen Thomas, shoe maker, Tullowbeg
Hore Capt. Walter, Upton house Fenagh Co-operative Society Limited, grocers
Pack-Beresford Denis Robert JP, D.L. Fennagh lodge Fryer William Francis M.D. surgeon, Clonburn
Phillips Rev. Thomas, Rectory Gorman William, tailor
Watson Mrs. Frances, Tumclone Kinsella Patrick, tailor, Newtown
Watson Robert F. Ballydarton Lalass Jas. provision dealer, Newtown
  Loma John, blacksmith
  Lynch Ann, grocer
  Marr Simon, tailor
  Mulhall Thomas, blacksmith, Tullowbeg
  Neil Michael, blacksmith, Tullowbeg
  Smith Patrick, grocer, Newtown
   
Farmers. Fennagh Farmers. Fennagh
Agar James Morris Robert
Ashmore Frank Nolan Charles
Bates Robert Nolan Edward
Brennan Robert Nolan Laurence
Byrne Michael Nolan Mary Anne
Cummins Owen Nolan Michael
Jenkinson Thomas Nolan Thomas
Kinsella James Purves John
Lucas Ann Rose Edward
Lucas James Rose Henry
Lucas William Rose Thomas
McDonnell Edward Salass James
  Scanlon Thomas

Transcribed by Terry Curran c2008


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