87 – 114 O’Connell Street, Clonmel
In present day Clonmel, O’Connell Street numbers range from 1 to 86.
The entries on this page are taken from Slaters Directory, 1846, and show shop numbers running from 1 to 115. Seemingly, in the intervening years, several adjacent shops have been merged together, with the numbering scheme altered accordingly, thus accounting for the reduced total today.
I have shown the 1846 entries of shop owners, from numbers 1 to 86, as occupants of the present-day shops numbered 1- 86, although they may not have been in the same premises then as the same shop number today. This page is an extra, showing the occupants of numbers 87 to 115.
If anyone knows the locations of the shops 1-115 in or around 1846, I’d be grateful for information on this.
Premises Occupants, present and past.
|88||James Myers, 1846, Tallow Maker & Tanner, Currier|
|89||Edward Malone, 1846, Apothecary|
|91||Richard Barrett, 1846, Bookseller|
|92||Patrick Ryan, 1846, Boot & Shoemaker|
|93||Martin Kennedy, 1846, Canvas & Sailcloth, Rope Maker|
|94||Ellen Conway, 1846, Straw Bonnet Maker, Dressmaker|
|95||John McAuliff, 1846, Linen Draper|
|97||Catherine McGrath, 1846, Glass & China|
|98||Christopher Nolon, 1846, Toys|
|99||Francis Ryan, 1846, Baker|
|100||Robert Tuttit, 1846, Grocer|
|101||John Hackett, 1846, ‘Tipperary Free Press’, Bookseller, Printer, Music|
|102||Laurence McGrath, 1846, Linen Draper|
|103||Henry Strene, 1846, Hatter, Draper|
|105||Susan & Georgina Shaw, 1846, Haberdashers|
|107||Ellen & Susan Harwood, 1846, Straw Bonnet Makers, Haberdashers|
|108||John Burchill, 1846, Boot &Shoemaker, Leather|
|109||Martin Smith, 1846, Glass & China|
|110||Jeremiah Legge, 1846, Confectioner, Grocer|
|111||James Barron, 1846, Baker|
|112||Michael Burke, 1846, Hatter|
|113||Thomas Cooney, 1846, Hosiery|
|114||James Kelvin, 1846, Cutler, Haberdasher|
|115||Thomas Stokes, 1846, Public House, Grocer|