Maritime trades in Dublin 1761

Almanack Registry Dublin

In Gilbert Library, Pearse Street - Maritime trades in Dublin 1761

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Name Trade Address
Luke Burke Sailmaker City Quay
Richard Brien Sailmaker Smithfield
Burgess Anchormaker Georges Quay
Clement Clinton Ropemaker Rogersons quay
Coughlan Jane Ropemaker New row Thomas st
Wm Cormick Anchormaker Georges quay
Wm Dudley Sailmaker Smithfield
Thomas Finegan Sailmaker Smithfield
Thomas Fleming Sailmaker Smithfield
Grace John Sailmaker Smithfield
Heron Anthony Sailmaker City Quay
Kinch Sobieski Shipwright & Grocer City Quay
Mc Nally Sailmaker Smithfield
John Robison Ship Broker Temple bar
JamesReilly Sailmaker Chanel row
   
Name Trade Address
Luke Burke Sailmaker City Quay
Richard Brien Sailmaker Smithfield
Burgess Anchormaker Georges Quay
Clement Clinton Ropemaker Rogersons quay
Coughlan Jane Ropemaker New row Thomas st
Wm Cormick Anchormaker Georges quay
Wm Dudley Sailmaker Smithfield
Thomas Finegan Sailmaker Smithfield
Thomas Fleming Sailmaker Smithfield
Grace John Sailmaker Smithfield
Heron Anthony Sailmaker City Quay
Kinch Sobieski Shipwright & Grocer City Quay
Mc Nally Sailmaker Smithfield
John Robison Ship Broker Temple bar
JamesReilly Sailmaker Chanel row
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