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In relation to the location of “Madden’s” shop, I refer you to the Census of Ireland record of 1901. http://www.nationalarchives.ie – Free site
John Madden is recorded as being the occupier of No. 23 Faugh West in the electoral district of Outerard.
In House and Buildings Form (B1) Page 2 the building is described as a “Warehouse”.
The census record shows family members including Robert’s occupation as “Draper and Grocer.”
No. 22 is Mary Murphy – Hotel owner and No. 24 is Kate Monaghan.
This suggests that the building was in what is known presently as Main Street?
Anybody know where Madden,s shop was in Oughterard 😌
I would like to buy an Oughterard Heritage calendar for 2015, how would I go about that?
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