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Guy's Directory, 1893


Part 5: Postal Directory of Towns and Villages:
Kilmihil

(Head office, Ennis)
Money order office; Kilrush 10m. nearest telegraph office
Postmaster John Quinlivan
Conveyances Kilrush 10m. (South Clare ry) nearest station
Poor Law Union of Kilrush; Dispensary and Registration district of Kilmihil
Med officer and Regr Dr J B Sullivan, Knock
Relievg officer C Daly, Kilrush
Constabulary district of Killadysert
In charge of Kilmihil station Sergeant James Carew
Schools, National head teachers
Lacken Jn Kiely; Mrs Twomey
Fairs and Markets 7 Jan, 30 Mar, 19 May, 18 July, 15 Aug, 28 Sept, 1 Nov. Butter market every Wednesday

Gentry and Clergy.

Browne, Wm B, Cahermurphy
Darcy, Rev John, C C
McMahon, Rev Thomas, P P
Nolan, Anthony, Lack

Hotels.

Daly, Timothy
Quinlivan, John

Shopkeepers, etc

Clancy, Michael, vintner
Conway, Michael, vintner
Crowley, Thomas, vintner
Daly, Ellen, vintner
Daly, Patrick, grocer and vint
Daly, Timothy, grocer
Ryan, Denis, vintner
Sullivan, George, vintner
Quinlivan, John, posting estab

Farmers.

Breen, Michael, Kiltumper
Crowley, John, Cloonnakilla
Daly, Ellen, Cahercannavan
Daly, Thomas, Cahercannavan
Devine, Thomas, Lack west
Frawley, David, Knockalogh
Hogan, James, Lacken
Kelly, Andrew, Lack west
McDonnell, Patrick, Lack
O'Brien, Daniel, Corraige
O'Dea, Patrick, Lisbawn
Pilkington, Mrs, Ahaga
Reidy, James, Cloonakilla

 


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