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Guy's Directory, 1893


Part 5: Postal Directory of Towns and Villages:
Kilkee:
Official & General Information

R. S. O.
Money order and telegraph office
Postmistress-Miss M Naish
Conveyances-Kilkee a station South Clare ry
Fairs and Markets-2nd Tuesday in Jan, 24 Feb, 3rd Mon in April, 13 May, 10 July, 13 Aug (horses, cattle, sheep, and pigs), 5 Oct, 26 Nov. Pig fairs 2nd Tuesday every month. Markets daily during summer months
Poor Law-Union of Kilrush; Dispensary and Registration district of Kilkee
Medical officer and Registrar-Dr Patrick C Hickey
Relieving officer-Francis Keane
Rate collector-Michl Studdert
Petty Sessions Court-Each alternate Friday; Quarter Sessions dist of Kilrush
Res Mag-Andrew M Harper
Clerk Petty Sessions-Robert H Borough, Kilrush
Civil bill officers-Thos Walsh and John Culligan

Constabulary district of Kilrush.
In charge of Kilkee station-Sergeant Charles O'Sullivan
Coastguard station at Kilkee
Chief officer-Edwin J Brickell

Branch Bank.
Provincial Bank, ltd. Sub-branch to Kilrush; open on Tuesdays and fair days
Places of Worship.
Church of Ireland-Rev William Blood Smyth, A M, vicar
Catholic-Rev Michael Quinlivan, P P; Revs Timothy Brosnahan and John Hannan, curates
Wesleyan-Albert road

Convent.
Sisters of Mercy-Superioress, Mother M Dympna; chaplain, Rev Michael Quinlivan, PP

Schools.
National, head teachers-
Chapel street-Michl J Devine, R U I; Mrs Fanny M Devine
Convent-Sisters of Mercy
Parochial-Miss Mary J Baker

 


Part 5: Postal Directory of Towns and Villages:
Kilkee

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Kilkee: Gentry and Clergy