26 – 57 Gladstone Street, Clonmel

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As the second most important street in Clonmel, Gladstone St. has been at the heart of Clonmel from early times, and has seen many businesses come and go.


Premises Occupants, present and past.

-26 now demolished
Mrs Cashin,c. 1920, Turf Accountant
James Fleming, 1846, Public House
27 Slatterys Vision Store (closed)
J & G Boyd, mid-1900’s, Hardware & Electrical shop
Miss Butler, 1935, Draper
Mrs C Murphy, c. 1901, Grocer
28 Slatterys Vision Store (closed)
J & G Boyd, mid-1900’s, Hardware & Electrical shop
William Dwyer, c. 1901, Grocer
29 Benetton Kavanaghs, up to 1970’s, Pawnshop, Fishing Gear.
Denis Skehan, c. 1901, Public House
James Desmond, 1846, Publican
30 Glendon Mrs Glendon, mid-1900’s, Sweetshop
E Harney, 1920-1935, China & Glass
Harriet Melville, c. 1901, China & Glass
Richard Goss, 1846, Corn Merchant
31 Thomas O’Brien, 1930’s-60’s, Butchers
Kate O’Brien, 1920’s, Sweetshop
Patrick Prendergast, c. 1901, Public House
John Hurley, c. 1901, Greengrocer
32 Fennessys Hotel Larkins Hotel
W Dwyer & Co, c. 1920, Wine Merchant
33 Specsavers Joseph Minchin, 1935, Hardware & Coal
William Scott, c. 1901, Grocer
William King, 1846, Currier/Leather Merchant
34 Carroll, mid-1900’s, Dentist
Joseph Minchin, 1935, Hardware & Coal
Johanna McGrath, c. 1901, Public House
35 Posthouse Bar The Post House Bookshop, 1990’s, Office supplies
Clonmel Post Office, 1903-198x
Maurice Power, c. 1901, Public House
36 Posthouse Bar The Post House Bookshop, 1990’s, Office supplies
Clonmel Post Office, 1903-198x
William Barrett, 1846, Provisions
37 The Wardrobe
Aisling Jewellers
The Punnet – Carey’s shop, mid-1900’s, Sweetshop/Newsagent
Catherine Murphy, c. 1901, Public House
38 Kick Off Sports
OC Style Boutique
Stokes & Quirke, Auctioneers
McGraths Menswear & Drapery, mid-1900’s, Drapers and Outfitters
T M Simmons, c. 1901, Grocer
Quirkes , c. 1901, Seed Merchant
39 Pearls Chinese & European Cuisine
Abrakebabra Fast Food
Faheys Menswear, 1980’s?, Menswear McGraths Menswear & Drapery, mid-1900’s, Drapers and Outfitters
Smartwear?, 1950’s, Clothes
Thomas Foley, c. 1901, Auctioneer
J Hunter & Sons, c. 1901, Seed Merchants
Thomas Buckley, 1846, Corn Merchant
40 Eircom / Meteor Shop
M Nolan, 1935, Drapers
41 Vacant-old Halifax Bank
Denis Lowry, 1930’s-1980, Hardware Shop
Margaret Nolan, c. 1901, Draper
Hanoria Shanahan, 1846, Pawnbroker
42 Halifax Bank -closed
ACC Bank, 1980’s
Denis Lowry, 1950’s-1980, Hardware Shop
Michael Sutton, 1846, Provisions
43 Carphone Warehouse
Leo Swift Hairdresser, 1960’s-1990’s, “Maison Swift”
John Morris, 1846, Provisions
44 P F Quirke, Estate Agents
James Sharkey, c. 1901-1935, Jeweller & Optician
R J Crean, c. 1901, Solicitor
Thomas O’Shaugnessy, 1846, Cooper
45 “3”, 2011, Moblie Phones
Rafferty Travel 1970’s-1990’s
Paddy Hahessy, 1935, Hairdresser
Michael Glissan, 1846, Grocer
46 Dr. Quirke, 1980’s-2011, Doctor’s surgery
Jeremiah O’Brien, 1935, Draper
Joseph Sparrow, 1846, Provisions/Seeds
47 Mulcahy’s Pub & Hotel
Mulcahy & Co, mid 1900’s, Bonding Store and Brewery
Patrick Keogh, 1924
John Mulcahy, c. 1901, Grocer
Anne Kennedy, 1846, Seed Merchant
48 Mulcahy’s Pub & Hotel
Mulcahy & Co, mid 1900’s, Bonding Store and Brewery
Elizabeth Byrne, c. 1901, Public House
Martin Pender, 1846, Linen Draper
49 Mulcahy’s Pub & Hotel
Matassa Fast Food
Tobin & Power, c. 1920-1945, Draper
Miss F Scanlon, c. 1901, Grocer
Thomas Foley, c. 1901, bookseller
50 Premier Meats
Thomas Morrissey, c. 1901, Grocer
Catherine Delany, 1846, Confectioner
51 Paws, 2011, Pet Accessories
First Edition
A Smith, c. 1920, Tea Rooms
John James Shee, 1846, Auctioneer/Scottish Union Insurance
52 Kevin O’Gorman, 1950’s-2011, Pharmacy
53 Conor Fleming Opticians
Miss Meagher, 1935, Newsagent
P J Conway, c. 1920, Newsagent
54 Tivoli Cards Barretts, 1980’s, Newsagents
Mary O’Sullivan, 1945, Wine & Spirits
Mrs Donoghue, 1935, Grocery & Spirits
P J Conway, c. 1920, Fancy Goods
London & Newcastle Tea Co., c. 1910, Grocers
James & Patrick Smith, c. 1901, Public House
William Sheehy, 1846, Grocer/Saddler
55 Tivoli Cards
Tony Wrixon, 1980’s, Public House
Mary O’Sullivan, 1945, Wine & Spirits
John Barrett, 1846, Hatter
56 Ryan Thomas Jewellers
T Galvin, c. 1910, Grocery & Spirits
57 NailDivas, 2012, Nail Bar (Beauty)
Miriam Halley, 2011, Boutique
Conor Fleming Opticians 1990’s
Widgers’ residence
M Butler, 1935, Bootmaker
Michael Butler, c. 1920, Footwear
-58 not now in existence. The street may have been renumbered after 1846.
-59 not now in existence. The street may have been renumbered after 1846. Richard Miller, 1846, Public House

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15 Neil Sharkey August 8, 2016 at 4:32 pm

Very interesting. May I add the following: No. 44 – My grandfather James Sharkey established the Watchmaking and Jewellery business there in 1895 and it continued until 1959 when Patrick Quirke purchased the premises. My great aunt Margaret Nolan held No. 40 as a Drapery and Millinery shop from c. 1900 to c. 1945 after which my aunts May & Helen Sharkey ran it as a children’s clothes shop (c 1948 – 1953). My cousin Dermot Condon had a pharmacy at the corner into Mitchell St (57 – Widgers) from c. 1960 to about 1990). Premier Meats (No. 50) was Ronans and before that Halleys (I think) before becoming Premier M. No 45 was occupied by Jeremiah O Brien – Agent for Alfa Laval milking machines from c 1890s to c. 1955. I recall Paddy Hahessy’s Hairdresser as being in or about no. 49 not 45. I’m sure I could recall most of the shops on the other side from c. 1900 to 1960


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