Poverty Before the Famine, County Clare 1835
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Parish Kilmanaheen. Barony Corcomroe.

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

Persons who attended the Examination.
AUSTIN CARRIG, one of the late enumerators under the Commission for the Public Instruction. THOMAS CURRAN, dyer and pawnbroker. JAMES DALY, apothecary and innkeeper. LAWRENCE DOHERTY, labourer. JOHN DONOGHUE, a cottier, holding five acres. Doctor FINUCANE, dispensary surgeon. JOHN HIGGINS, labourer. JAMES KEANE, farmer of 12 acres. THOMAS LYSAGHT, labourer. AUSTIN M’CARTHY, a cottier holding two acres. Rev. Mr. M’NALLY, P.P. PATRICK M’NAMARA, weaver. Mr. MALONE, farmer of nine acres, and tithe collector. JOHN MALONE, a cottier holding four acres. JOHN MORISSY, weaver. JAMES MULQUENY, farmer of five acres. JOHN O’REILLY, publican and farmer. PATRICK QUINN, baker. Widow ROURKE, widow of a carpenter, supporting four orphans. MATTHIAS THYNNE, shopkeeper. Rev. Archdean WHITTY, protestant rector, and justice of the peace. Mechanics, labourers and others, besides the above, were examined by the Assistant Commissioners.


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