Pigot and Co's Directory 1824 Tuam


Nobility, Gentry and Clergy
Beresford Hanbl and Rev. Wm. Glebe
Birmingham, Edward, esq. Lack
Birmingham, Michael. Dalgan
Birmingham, Thomas esq.. Ash-grove
Blake, Captain Anthony, Tuam
Blake, Charles esq. Tuam
Blake, Edward, esq. Tuam
Blake, Edward esq. Castle-grove
Blake, James, esq. Cregg
Blake, James Cuff, esq. Belmont
Blake, Martin Joseph, esq. Brooke Lodge
Blake, Captain Netteaville, HP Birmingham
Blakeney, John, esq. Abbert
Bodkin, John, esq. Anna
Bodkin, John, esq. Kilclooney
Brown, Edward, esq. Ardakermore
Brown, John, esq. Moyne
Brown, John Francis esq. Vicar St.
Burke, Edmond, esq. Tuam
Burke, John esq. Ower
Burke, Rev. Wm. Glebe
Burke, Captain Wm. Mall
Burton, Edmond esq. Mall
Butler, Mrs. Shop Street
Connelly, Rev. Martin Glebe
Crampton, Joshua esq. Car Morris
Donnellan, Dermott esq. Wood Quay
Egan, John esq. magistrate for the county of Galway, Vicar St
Egan, --------. Esq. Mall
French, Robert esq. Beaugh
French, Robert esq. Monivea Castle
Hawkesworth, Rev. Thomas A.M. Shop Street
Hughes, Rev. James P.C. Glebe
Hunt, Captain Thomas Mall
Jennings, John esq. Liskeray
Jennings, Ulick esq. Iron Pool
Kelly, Edward esq. Ardakerbeg
Kelly, the most Rev. Dr. R. C. Archbishop
Kirwan, Francis esq Glann
Kirwan, Captain Henry, HP. Thomastown
Kirwan, James esq. Garden Field
Kirwan, John esq. Castle Hackett
Kirwan, Joseph esq. Hillsbrook
Kirwan, Major Martin, Daigin Park
Little, Thomas esq. St. John's Abbey
Lynch, Dominick esq. Carrabeg
Lynch, John esq. Clooncelay
Marlay Rev., Glebe Annydown
Nolan, Andrew esq. Ballinnagher
Nolan, Gregory esq. Curry
Nolan, John esq. Ballinderry
O'Connor, Roderick esq. New Garden
O'Donovan, Timothy Fitzgerald esq. Placey Lodge
Parsons, Charles esq. Shop Street
Potter, Rev. Lewis, Shop Street
Potter, Samuel esq. Mount Potter
Rawson, Richard esq. Mall
Reddington, Thomas esq. Ray Hill
St. George, Richard Manser esq. Headford Castle
St. George. Stepney esq. Mire Hill
Skerrett, James, esq. Carnacrow
Skerrett, John Dean esq. Ballindriff Castle
Symth (sic) - Smyth? Daniel esq. New Garden
Trench, the Rt. Honbl. and most Rev. Dr. Power, archbishop of Tuam


Corporation: Sovereign, Thomas Savage esq.

Burgesses (all esq.)
Charles Blake, John Brown, Thomas Brown, Dermot Donlan, James Egan, Miles Egan, 
John Keary, Patrick Keary, Denis Kirwan, John Madden, Paul Manion, John Martin,

Consistorial and Metropolitan Court
Vicar General - Rev. Thomas Hawkesworth A.M.
Surrogate - John Galbraith A.M.
Registrer (sic) - Rev. William Le Poer Trench
Deputy Registrer (sic) - Rev. Lewis Potter

Attorneys
Patrick Egan, Hesville
James Henderson, Dublin Road
John Kilkelly, Mos (?) Fort
Stephen Leonard, Queen's fort
Thomas Savage, Mall

Physicians
John Madden, Shop Street
Thomas Little (and surgeon) St John's Abbey
John Prendergast, Bishop Street

Apothecaries
Patrick Clarke, RN, (and surgeon) Bishop Street
Michael Kelly, Shop Street
James McCormick, Shop Street

Academics
Rev. Thomas feeny (principal, and professor oftheology
Rev. Thomas Keelty (professor of the belles letters)
Michael Magee (professor of mathematics and writing master
Rev. John Morris (professor of philosophy)
Charles O'Callaghan, Mall
Beech Sandford, Dublin Road
Seminary of St. Jarlath's, Bishop Street

Bakers
Sarah Halfpenny, High Street
Arthur Hartnett, Shop Street
Hugh Higgins, Shop Street

Boot and Shoe Makers
James Dalton, Shop Street
Michael Murray, Bishop Street

Brewer: Charles Blake, Tuam

Grocers, Spirit Dealers etc.
Thomas Burke, High Street
John Costello, High Street
Michael Haddigan, Shop Street
Thomas Haddigan, Shop Street
John Hicks, Vicar Street
John Keary, Bishop Street
Patrick Keary, High Street
William Moran, Shop Street
Michael Roche, High Street
Patrick Tierney, Shop Street
John Walsh, High Street
Patrick Whitsted, Vicar Street

Hardwaremen
John Connelly, Shop Street
John Costello (and leather seller), High Street
Michael Haddigan, Bishop Street
John Hicks (and haberdasher and trimming seller) Vicar Street
Thomas Hicks, Shop Street
Michael Kenny, High Street
Francis Waldron, Bishop Street

Inns and Hotels
Michael Ormsby, Connaught Hotel, Bishop Street
W. Jennings, Mitre Hotel, Shop Street

Linen and Woollen Drapers
William Martin Burke (and haberdasher), Shop Street
William Burke, High Street
Connor Kelly, High Street
John Kelly, Vicar Street
Patrick Kelly jun. Bishop Street
Patrick Kelly sen. Bishop Street

Newspapers
Tuam Gazette, (published every Saturday Evening by Geoffry Eager) Vicar Street

Saddlers and Harness Makers
Michael Burke, Vicar Street
John Graham, Bishop Street
Sandy O'Connor, Bishop Street
Lewis Ward, Bishop Street

Spirit Stores and Public Houses
Michael Bohan, Vicar Street
Julia Finnegan, High Street
Daniel Gilmore, Vicar Street
Patrick Grimes, High Street
Edmond Kelly, High Street
William Kelly (Carman's Inn), Vicar Street
Patrick Neiland, High Street
Patrick O'Connor, Bishop Street
Nathaniel Quinn, High Street
William Quinn, High Street
Francis Ryan, Vicar Street

Tailors
Patrick Path, Vicar Street
Simon Reardon, Ballygaddy Road

Tallow Chandlers
Joseph Armitage, Vicar Street
John Hopkins, Church Lane,
James Manion, Shop Street

Tanners

Hugh Delap, Tuam
John Martin, Tuam

Tobacconists
Theobald Burke, Shop Street
John Keary, Bishop Street

Watchmakers
Patrick Boile, Bishop Street
Edward Brady, Bishop Street
James Manion, Shop Street

Miscellaneous

Theobald Burke, dealer in sundries, Shop Street
James Comber, surveyor of excise, Circular Row
John Dillon, carpenter, builder etc, Tuam
Geoffry Eager, letterpress printer, Vicar Street
Thomas Frazer, architect, Circular Row
Thomas Gerrarty, china etc dealer, Shop Street
Thomas Edward Miller, dealer in wine and gunpowder, Vicar Street
Robert William Potter, linen inspector, Vicar Street

Stamp Office: Mr. Francis Milott, deputy distributor

Coaches: 
BELMONT LOCK, the Canal Coach from the Mitre Hotel, through Ballinasloe, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning at seven, arrives at the Lock at four the same afternoon, and returns to Tuam every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evening at six.

DUBLIN, the Royal Mail, from the Connaught hotel every morning at eleven, Saturday excepted, through Ballinasloe, Athlone, and Kinnegad, arrives in Dublin every morning at six, and returns to Tuam every day at a quarter past two.

WESTPORT, the Royal Mail, from the Connaught Hotel, every afternoon at three.

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