I.T.A. Topographical and General Survey 1942/3
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Tomgraney

Barony of: Tulla, Parish: Kilnoe, Population: 120
Location and Brief Description:
This village is situated on the main road from Scariff to Killaloe being about one mile from Scariff and eleven from the latter town. It is triangular in shape surrounding the village green on which stands the fairly well known Tomgraney rocks.

Brief comments on water supply and sewerage: Village pump. No sewerage scheme.

Public Services
Nearest station: Birdhill
Distance: 11 miles
Bus? Two bus services Scariff - Limerick via Killaloe, Portumna - Limerick via Tulla.
Public lighting by—Electricity? No Gas? No

Dancing
Dance Hall: Yes Proprietor: Mr. Purcell

Churches and Services
Church: Catholic Services (Sundays): At 10 o’clock every Sunday and also at 8 o’clock 1st Sundays of month

Postal Facilities
Location of Post Office: Main St. of village
Business (? M.O., Telegraph, Telephone): All P.O. business with the exception of telephone.

Industries and Handcrafts
Industries: Scariff Creamery is situated in Tomgraney and supply a very large quantity of butter.

Important Public Buildings (Give brief notes on architectural features)
Protestant church notes on which are to be found in Form A.

Schools and Colleges
National Schools (mixed school)

Hospitals
Raheen Hospital

Fairs and Markets; Half-Holiday
Monthly Fairs and Markets: None
Weekly Market Day: None
Half-Holiday: Thursday

Date: 16-7-42
(Signed): Michael A Vaughan Surveyor.
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