Poverty Before the Famine, County Clare 1835
 Home | Search Library Catalogue | Search this Website | Copyright Notice
Clare County Library


Parish Kildysart. Barony Clonderalaw.

Examinations taken by
P.F. Johnstone, Esq.
E.B. Molloy, Esq.

Persons who attended the Examination.
JAMES BOURKE, baker. M. CAHILL, a small farmer, with about nine acres. JOHN CARRIG, labourer. ANTHONY CURRY, process-server. Rev. MICHAEL DYNON, roman-catholic curate of Kildysart. The Rev. MICHAEL FITZGERALD, protestant rector of Kildysart. Dr. GEARY, dispensary physician. TIMOTHY GORMAN, a small farmer, with about 12 acres. DENNIS HURLY, shopkeeper. JOHN KINNAHAN, labourer. PATRICK M’CABE, weaver. MARK M’MAHON, grocer in the village of Kildysart. Mr. M’NAMARA, postmaster, and extensive farmer. PATRICK M’MAHON, farmer, steward to Bindon Scott, esq. MICHAEL MYERS, a small publican and labourer. MICHAEL O’BRIEN,* labourer. JAMES O’DEA, broker in the village. DANIEL O’GRADY, esq., an extensive gentleman farmer. MICHAEL O’SHAUGHNESSY, victualler. HENRY ROSS LEWIN, esq., J.P. Serjeant SCOTT, police serjeant. The Rev. P. SHEEHY, roman-catholic rector of Kildysart.
*John Carrig, John Kinnahan and Michael O'Brien have no land attached to their cabins; they take "mock ground," (con-acre) for which they pay from 5l. to 8l., according to the quality of the land.


Back to Poverty Before the Famine, County Clare 1835
 

Back to Kildysert