Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys,
mar 1926 to Mary Maher [born 8 Dec 1895, her 2nd marriage].
She owned, through her first husband, Hayes' pub, 9 Lower Abbey St, Dublin.
She also owned the "Cock Tavern", Church Street, Howth.
The pub on North Strand Rd
was hit in the
bombing of Dublin by the Germans 30 May 1941.
The pub was badly damaged. There was a suggestion it would have to be demolished, but in the end it was not.
Mary re-developed Hayes' pub, 9 Lower Abbey St,
Dublin, in late 1940s and re-named it "The Flowing Tide".
She sold the "Cock Tavern" 1950.
She lived farm at Kilbarrack, N side of Dublin.
Mary sold "The Flowing Tide" in late 1950s.
The "Five Lamps" pub was sold by someone in the 1966-75 period.
Jack died 9 Dec 1970
[GROI], [burial record],
St.Joseph's nursing home, Raheny,
age 82 yrs.
Grave is wrong to say died 10 Dec.
He was bur Glasnevin with brother Jim.
Mary lived 155 Castle Ave, Clontarf, Co.Dublin.
She died 4 Jan 1978, age 82 yrs, bur Glasnevin.
Jack and Mary had issue:
"The Flowing Tide", 9 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin.
"The Flowing Tide".
The Cock Tavern, Howth, 2001.
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