1931 Trade Directory, Co. Meath

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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
Collier LaurenceWatergate streetVictuallersNavan
Conaty BrothersTrimgate streetCycle AgentsNavan
Conlan A. & Co.Castle streetDrapersKells
Conlan A. & Co.Castle streetTailorsKells
Connell J.Farrell streetGrocers & Spirit DealersKells
Connell PeterWatergate streetBoot & Shoe MerchantsNavan
Connell PeterWatergate streetDrapersNavan
Cooke JosephLudlow streetTailorsNavan
Cooney George, Ltd.Bective streetMotor & Cycle AgentsKells
Cooney George, Ltd.Cross st. & Kenlis plIronmongersKells
Cooney George, Ltd.Cross streetSeed MerchantsKells
Cowley T.Haggard streetSaddlersTrim
Coyle C.Haggard streetGrocers & Spirit DealersTrim
Coyle Mrs.AthboygateGrocers & Spirit DealersTrim
Coyle PatrickChapel streetBootmakersOldcastle
Crean JohnThe SquareDrapersOldcastle
Cregan J.Maudlin streetVictuallersKells
Crinion E.Market squareGrocersNavan
Crinion see Central HotelMarket squareHotelsNavan
Crosbie A.Farrell streetTobacconists & NewsagentsKells
Crosbie G.Farrell streetTailorsKells
Crosbie T.Cannon streetTailorsKells
Cullen see Smith &Cavan streetGrocers & Spirit MerchantsOldcastle
Cullen ThomasCavan (sic)Grocers & Spirit MerchantsOldcastle
Cunningham & Ward Farrell streetGrocers & Spirit DealersKells
Daly E.The SquareGrocers & Spirit MerchantsOldcastle
Daly's HotelCavan streetConfectioners, Tea Rooms &c.Oldcastle
Daly's HotelCavan streetHotelsOldcastle
Darcy ThomasMarket streetVictuallersTrim
Delaney FrankAcademy streetBuildersNavan
Delany P.Market squareTobacconistsNavan
Delany PeterMarket squareBuildersNavan
Delany PeterMarket squareNewsagents & TobacconistsNavan
Denning JohnWatergate streetPlumbers & GasfittersNavan
DenverSt. Finian's TerraceTailorsNavan
Dolan PatrickFennorBuilders & ContractorsOldcastle
Donegan T.Climber HillGrocers & Spirit DealersKells
Doran JohnAthboygateGrocers & Spirit DealersTrim
Doyle Andrew & SonMarket streetBuilders & ContractorsKells
Doyle's HotelMarket streetHotelsKells
Duffy F.Flower HillGrocersNavan
Duffy J.Trimgate streetVictuallersNavan
Duffy JamesMarket streetDrapersTrim
Duncan W.The SquareGrocers & Spirit MerchantsOldcastle
Dunne T.John streetSaddlersKells
Durr M. K.Trimgate streetTailorsNavan
Dwyer JohnTrimgate streetMotor EngineersNavan
Egan BrothersEmmett streetGrocers & Spirit DealersTrim
Egleston ThomasRailway streetWellboring & Pump ContractorNavan
Electric Cinema The SquareCinemaOldcastle
Elliott JoshuaBlackwater Saw MillsTimber MerchantNavan
Elliott JoshuaThe MolliesSawmillsNavan
Everard JamesMarket squareGrocersNavan
Fagan J. F., Dr.Lennox streetPhysicians & SurgeonsOldcastle
Farrelly M.Church streetGrocers & Spirit DealersKells
Farrelly's B. Ltd.Castle streetSeed MerchantsKells
Farrely BryanCastle streetIronmongersKells
Feely BrothersMarket streetGrocers & Spirit DealersTrim
Feely Mrs.Central HotelHotelsTrim
Feely WilliamMarket streetAuctioneersTrim
Finegan J.Trimgate streetWine & Spirit MerchantsNavan
Finegan JosephCorn MarketTurf AccountantsNavan
Finegan PatrickTrimgate streetVictuallersNavan
Finegan PeterLudlow streetGrocersNavan
Finegan PeterLudlow streetIronmongersNavan
Finegan PeterLudlow streetSeedsmenNavan
Finegan WilliamLudlow streetChemistsNavan
Finnear RobertLennox streetCoal MerchantsOldcastle
Finnear RobertLennox streetGrocers & Spirit MerchantsOldcastle
Finnear RobertLennox streetIronmongersOldcastle
Finnegan L. J. P., M.D.MoatlandsPhysiciansNavan
Finnegan ThomasLudlow streetGeneral MerchantsNavan
Finucane J. & SonLudlow streetTailorsNavan
Finucane JamesLudlow streetDrapersNavan
Fitzsimons F.Suffolk streetBlacksmithsKells
Fitzsimons Peter & SonsCross st. & Castle st.BakersKells
Fitzsimons Peter & SonsCross streetGrocers & Spirit DealersKells
Flanagan Mrs.Chapel streetConfectioners, Tea Rooms &c.Oldcastle
Flood P.Watergate streetGrocersNavan
Fox MissNewmarket streetDrapersKells
Fox P.Market streetDrapersKells
Fox see Preston &The SquareAuctioneerOldcastle
Fox'sThe SquareConfectioners, Tea Rooms &c.Oldcastle
Gaffney MatCavan streetBlacksmithOldcastle
Gallagher PatrickTrimgate streetTurf AccountantsNavan
Galligan BartholomewFennorBlacksmithOldcastle
Garry BrothersMarket streetGrocers & Spirit DealersTrim
Garry BrothersMarket streetIronmongersTrim
Gaughran P.Watergate streetDrapersNavan
Gaughran PeterWatergate streetBoot & Shoe MerchantsNavan
Gavigan T.Newmarket streetDrapersKells
Gavin P.MoynaltyPhysiciansKells
Geraghty PatrickChapel streetDrapersOldcastle
Giblin E. J.Farrell streetBoot WarehouseKells
Gibney JamesLennox streetGrocers & Spirit MerchantsOldcastle
Gibney JamesMarket squareGrocers & Spirit MerchantsOldcastle
Gibney JamesThe SquareBakersOldcastle
Gibney JamesThe SquareCoal MerchantsOldcastle
Gibney JamesThe SquareIronmongersOldcastle
Gibney LukeBrew's HillCattle DealersNavan

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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