mar 23 Oct 1877, St.Francis Xavier's church,
Upper Gardiner St, Dublin,
to Bridget Nixon.
See notice in Leinster Express, October 27, 1877.
See mar cert corrected in 1903.
Bridget was bapt 7 Oct 1855 [Caragh RC par records, Co.Kildare], dau of William Nixon and Margaret Fitzgerald.
William Nixon was of Landenstown, between Prosperous and Caragh (or Carragh), in the N end of Co.Kildare (a long way from Castledermot). She was living Dorset St, Dublin, at mar.
Thomas dies, 1888:
He died at 174 James's St, 7 July 1888, age 33 yrs.
See death notice in Freemans Journal, July 9, 1888.
Funeral 9 July 1888, bur Goldenbridge cemetery, Inchicore, Co.Dublin.
See funeral report in Freemans Journal, July 10, 1888. Attendance included the High Sheriff and Michael Flanagan and Richard McCoy.
Bridget mar 2ndly, Sept 1891, to Tom Burke
[Thomas, of Seskin, Co.Tipperary, born 1861 according to census]
and had further issue.
See the family pub at 174 James's St, Dublin, listed in 1901 census.
See the pub at 174 James's St listed in 1911 census (return in Irish).
Thomas Burke died 24 March 1922, age 61 yrs.
The pub was sold c.1924.
Bridget died 18 Jan 1934, age 78 yrs.
Thomas Cosgrave and Bridget had issue:
List of elected Poor Law Guardians for the South Dublin Union in [Thom's, 1884].
Thomas Cosgrave is guardian for Palmerstown.
Michael Flanagan is the other guardian for Palmerstown.
William Flanagan (Michael's brother) is guardian for Rathfarnham.
Thomas Cosgrave's son W.T. Cosgrave would marry Michael Flanagan's daughter in 1919.
The junction of Mary St and Denmark St / Upper Liffey St on 1887 to 1913 map.
Denmark St is gone today, since the N side of Mary St is vanished under the Ilac Centre.
Upper Liffey St survives.
32 Mary St (yellow spot) is the building at the corner of Mary St and Upper Liffey St, on S side of Mary St.
32 Mary St, still a pub (The Elbow Inn) in 1971.
View is from Mary St looking S down Upper Liffey St.
From Dublin City Council.
32 Mary St is listed as "The Elbow Inn - vacant" in [Thom's, 1973].
The old building at 32 Mary St is now gone and replaced with a new building, no longer a pub. See street view.
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