1931 Trade Directory, Co. Kildare

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Directories set out to record the ‘principal inhabitants’ of a community, particularly those in trade or the professions. Directories were put together by individuals and publishers for commercial purposes at intervals during the late 18th and 19th centuries. Here is the 1931 Trade Directory, exclusive to From-Ireland.net:

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NameAddressOccupationTown
Byrne's Hotel J. J.KilcullenHotelKilcullen
Callaghan T.North Main streetHairdressersNaas
Campbell J.Leinster streetSaddlersAthy
Candy M.Leinster streetCarpentersAthy
Carbery D. & J.St. John'sBuilders & ContractorsAthy
Carbery T.Bleach CottagesCarpentersAthy
Carolan B.The SquareStationersAthy
Carolan B. J.The SquareTobacconistsAthy
Carroll J.Main streetGrocers, Wine & Spirit MerchtsNewbridge
Carroll Mrs.North Main streetConfectionersNaas
Carroll Mrs.North Main streetFruiterersNaas
Central HotelLeinster streetHotelsAthy
Central HotelMain streetHotelsNewbridge
Christian SchoolSt. John'sSchoolsAthy
Clarke M., Mrs.Leinster streetGrocers, Wine & Spirit DealersAthy
Clarke Mrs.North Main streetStationersNaas
Club House HotelDublin streetHotelsKildare
Coady Edmund, F.R.C.S.I.Infirmary HousePhysicians & SurgeonsKildare
Cogan & ByrneKilcullenAuctioneersKilcullen
Coleborn J.South Main streetWatchmakersNaas
Coleman JohnDuke streetTailorsAthy
Colton WilliamAbbey roadBlacksmithsKildare
Commercial HotelMarket squareHotelsKildare
Commercial HotelNorth Main streetHotelsNaas
Conlan F.Edward streetRestaurantsNewbridge
Conlan FrancisEdward streetConfectionersNewbridge
Conlan J. J.Bride streetVictuallersKildare
Conlan T.Duke streetGrocers, Wine & Spirit DealersAthy
Conlon F., Mrs.Edward streetStationersNewbridge
Connolly JosephThe SquareVictuallersKildare
Connolly P.Railway Hotel - PropHotelsKildare
Conway D.South Main streetVictuallersNaas
Conway J.South Main streetChemists & PharmacistsNaas
Conway M. N., M.R.C.V.S.KeredernVeterinary SurgeonsNaas
Coonan-SolicitorsNaas
Coonan E. A., & SonsNorth Main streetAuctioneersNaas
Co-Operative StoresClaregate streetProvision MerchantsKildare
Coote J. W.Market SquareTailorsAthy
Coote J. W.Market SquareTobacconistsAthy
Corbally HerbertDublin roadMotor GaragesNaas
Corbally HerbertNewbridge roadCycle AgentsNaas
Corcoran & HylandFriary roadCoal ImportersNaas
Corcoran DenisFriary roadBuilders & ContractorsNaas
Corcoran M., MissNorth Main streetStationersNaas
Corcoran WilliamDuke streetGrocers, Wine & Spirit DealersAthy
Cosgrove J. J.LisleaVeterinary SurgeonsKildare
Cosgrove J. J., L.R.C.S. & P.I.McElwaine terracePhysicians & SurgeonsNewbridge
Cosgrove's Medical HallCharlotte streetChemistsNewbridge
Cox PatrickMain streetGrocers, Wine & Spirit MerchtsNewbridge
Crawley M.William streetDrapersAthy
Crawley M.Woodstock streetGrocers, Wine & Spirit DealersAthy
Crawley W.William streetGrocers, Wine & Spirit DealersAthy
Crawley WilliamWilliam streetBakersAthy
Cross W. S.Duke streetPlumber & GasfitterAthy
Crown Hotel Edward streetHotelsNewbridge
Cunningham M.Duke streetGrocers, Wine & Spirit DealersAthy
Cunningham M.Leinster streetRestaurantsAthy
Cunningham M.Leinster streetRestaurantsAthy
Cunningham MichaelRound Tower HotelCab & Car ProprietorsKildare
Cunningham MichaelRound Tower HotelGrocers, Wine & Spirit MerchtsKildare
Cunningham Ml.Round Tower Hotel - PropHotelsKildare
Cunningham Mrs.Prop - Commerical HotelHotelsNaas
Cunningham Mrs.South Main streetProvision MerchantsNaas
Cunningham P., Mrs.North Main streetGrocers, Wine & Spirit MerchtsNaas
Cunningham's Bakery South Main streetBakersNaas
Darby Mrs.Leinster streetRestaurantsAthy
Darby Mrs.Leinster streetRestaurantsAthy
Darling F.Leinster streetHairdressersAthy
De Loughrey D.South Main streetPublicansNaas
Dillon & SonsBarrow quayGrocers, Wine & Spirit DealersAthy
Dillon GeorgeLeinster streetVictuallersAthy
Dillon MissNorth Main streetStationersNaas
Dolan JohnEdward streetTobacconistsNewbridge
Dolan M., Mrs.Edward streetStationersNewbridge
Donegan T.Duke streetConfectionersAthy
Donegan T.Duke streetStationersAthy
Donegan T.Duke streetTobacconistsAthy
Donnelly & O'NeillDuke street & BallytoreSolicitorsAthy
Donnelly J. J.Main streetStationersNewbridge
Donnelly J. J.Main streetTobacconistsNewbridge
Donohoe M. J.Poplar squareDrapersNaas
Dooley & SonsLeinster streetBakersAthy
Dooley MissLeinster streetConfectionersAthy
Dooley MissLeinster streetRestaurantsAthy
Dooley MissLeinster streetRestaurantsAthy
Doran J.South Main streetGrocers, Wine & Spirit MerchtsNaas
Dowling E. S.South Main streetGrocers, Wine & Spirit MerchtsNaas
Dowling E. StaplesSouth Main streetWhiskey BonderNaas
Dowling F.William streetGrocers, Wine & Spirit DealersAthy
Dowling J.Barrack streetGrocers, Wine & Spirit MerchtsNaas
Dowling J.Main streetGrocers, Wine & Spirit MerchtsNewbridge
Dowling J.Main streetVictuallersNewbridge
Dowling T. & P.Barrack GateMotor GaragesNaas
Doyle & SonLeinster streetAuctioneersAthy
Doyle & SonLeinster streetPawnbrokersAthy
Doyle A.Edward streetVictuallersNewbridge
Doyle Bros.-Grocers, Wine & Spirit DealersAthy
Doyle Bros.William streetGeneral MerchantsAthy
Doyle Mrs.William streetGeneral MerchantsAthy
Doyle Peter P.Woodstock streetBrick & Tile ManufacturersAthy

In Ireland, many of the towns had a square, and around the square were houses (homes) with one or two shops or business’s. The streets of the town all went from that square. Most towns had a ‘Main street’ – some called it a High street, and it was usually on that main street that the majority of shops and businesses were located. Shops had one or two large windows depending on the size of the shop. Many Public houses had a grocery section. You walked in the door and the grocery section was at the front of the shop with the pub at the back – usually a wooden division separating both. The Grocer or Publican may have had a field or more behind the building, cows were milked and the milk was sold to those who would bring in their ‘Jimmy’ cans. Most business men/people had more than one occupation. The Publican as described above was also the Grocer and if he sold milk then he could also be described as a Dairy man. As you go through this list of names you will see that many.

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