Businesses in Tuam in 1823


Patrick Egan, Besville
James Henderson, Dublin Road
John Kilkelly, Mossfort
Stephen Leonard, Queen's Fort
Thomas Savage, The Mall


John Madden, Shop Street
Thos. Little (and Surgeon), St. John's Abbey
John Prendergast, Bishop Street


Patrick Clarke, R.N. (and Surgeon), Bishop St.
Michael Kelly, Shop Street
James McCormack, Shop Street


Rev. Thos. Feeney (Principal and Professor of Theology)
Rev. Thos. Keelty (Professor of the belles letters)
Michael Magee (Professor of mathematics and writing masters)
Rev. John Morris (Professor of Philosophy)
Charles O' Callaghan, The Mall Beech, Sandford, Dublin Road


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

Boot and Shoe Makers

James Dalton, Shop Street
Michael Murray, Bishop Street


Chas. B. Blake

Grocers, Spirit Dealers, Etc

Thos. Burke, High St
John Costello, High St
Patrick Keary, High St
Michael Roache, High St
John Walsh, High St
Michael Haddingan, Shop St
Thos. Haddingan, Shop St
William Moran, Shop St
Patrick Tierney, Shop St
John Keary, Bishop St
John Hicks, Vicar St
Pat Whitstad,Vicar St


John Connelly, Shop St
Thos. Hicks, Shop St
John Costelloe (and Leather Merch), High St
Michael Kenny, High St
Michael Haddigan, Bishop St
Francis Waldron, Bishop St
John Hicks (and Haberdasher and trimmer seller) Vicar St

Inns and Hotels

Connaught Hotel, Michael Ormsby, Bishop St
Mitre Inn, W. Jennings, Shop St

Linen and Wollen Drapers

Wm. Martin Burke, Shop St
Wm. Burke, High St
Connor Kelly, High St
John Kelly, Vicar St
Pat Kelly, Bishop St
Pat Kelly (Jun), Bishop St


Tuam Gazette published every Saturday evening by Geoffrey Eager, Vicar St.


Michael Burke, Vicar St
John Graham, Bishop St
Sandy O' Connor, Bishop St
Lewis Ward, Bishop St

Spirit Stores and Publish Houses

Michael Bohan, Vicar St
Gilmore Daniel, Vicar St
Wm. Kelly (Carman's Inn), Vicar St
Francis Ryan, Vicar St
Julia Finnegan, High St
Patk. Grimes, High St
Pat Neiland, High St
Nathl. Quinn, High St
Wm. Quinn, span High St
Pat O' Connor, Bishop St
Edmond Kelly, High St


Patrick Path, Vicar St
Simon Reardon, Ballygaddy Rd

Tallow Chandlers

Joseph Armitage, Vicar St
John Hopkins, Church Lane
James Mannion, Shop St


Hugh Delap
John Martin


Theobald Burke, Shop St
John Keary, Bishop St


Pat Boile, Bishop St
Edward Brady, Bishop St
James Mannion, Shop St


Theobald Burke, sundries, Shop St
Jas. Comber, Surveyor of Exise, Circular Rd
John Dillon, Carpenter
Geoffrey Eager, Printer, Vicar St
Thomas Fraze, Architect, Circular Rd
Thos. Geratty, China Dealer, Shop St
Thomas Edw. Miller, dealer in wine and gunpowder, Vicar St
Robt. Wm. Potter, Linen Inspector, Vicar Street


Belmont Lock - The Canal Coach from Mitre Inn, 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 evenings at six.

Dublin - The Royal Mail from the Connaught Hotel every morning at eleven, Saturdays excepted, through Ballinasloe, Athlone, etc., 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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