Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys,
Thomas Ray, Tom, born 1849,
he ran pub, 42 George Street
(now O'Connell St), Limerick,
Thomas Ray, grocer and spirit dealer, 42 George St, listed in [Bassett's, 1875] to [Bassett's, 1884],
family lived at 42 George Street,
listed as "wine and spirit merchant", 42 George Street, at birth of son 1884,
Thomas Ray, grocer, 42 George St, listed in [Guy's, 1886],
he is mentioned as "Uncle Tom" on holiday in Co.Clare in 1888 in [Lavelle, 1961],
Thomas Ray, grocer and spirit merchant, 42 George St, listed in [Ashe's, 1891],
Thomas Ray, grocer and publican, 1 Cecil St, Limerick, is listed in [Ashe's, 1891],
at death 1892 he was living Park, Corbally, Limerick,
Thomas died 27 Feb [grave]
or Sun morning 28 Feb [newspaper] 1892,
at his residence, Park, Corbally, after a long illness,
age 43 [grave],
(todo) see death of Thomas Ray, Limerick, 1st qr 1892, age 43, [GROI] vol 5 p 350,
funeral 1 Mar 1892, attendance included the Mayor of Limerick, the High Sheriff of Limerick, many local politicians, and Francis Arthur O'Keeffe, MP,
bur Mount St. Lawrence cemetery, Limerick,
see funeral report, Limerick Chronicle, Tue 1st March 1892,
Mary died 29 Nov 1914, age 64 yrs,
at her son's house,
12 Healthfield Rd, Terenure, Co.Dublin
(todo) see Limerick Chronicle, 1 Dec 1914,
bur 1 Dec at Mount St. Lawrence cemetery with husband,
Park View, Corbally, for sale around 1920.
The closest years when 9 June was a Friday would be 1916 and 1922.
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