Pub on Moore St, Dublin:
He ran pub, 1 and 2 Moore St, Dublin (corner of Henry St, on the E side of Moore St).
Listed as "tea and wine merchant" there in [Thom's] 1910 to 1954, spelt "Humphrys".
He is listed at Moore St in [Census, 2 April 1911], he is listed as "grocer and vintner".
Fought in 1916 Rising:
He took part in 1916 Rising.
Jailed in England.
Irish Times, May 16, 1916, lists "James Humphreys, Moore St, Dublin" among the prisoners removed from Richmond Barracks, Dublin, on 8 May, and lodged in Wandsworth Detention Barracks, London, on 9 May.
A leaflet says "James Humphrys, whiskey bonder, tea and wine importer".
He wit his 1st cousin Edward Lloyd's mar 1925.
He wit his brother Dan's mar 1937.
He didn't marry.
He died at Jervis Street Nursing Home, 29th June 1954 [grave, death notice], age 75 yrs.
See death notice in Irish Independent, June 30, 1954.
Funeral 30 June, bur Glasnevin Cemetery, spelt "HUMPHRYS" on grave.
Jim Humphrys is listed there in
1910 to 1954.
He died 1954.
was sold at auction,
September 16, 1954.
See ad in Irish Independent, Thursday, September 16, 1954.
It was no longer "Humphrys" pub in [Thom's, 1955].
It became Madigans pub, listed at 1 and 2 Moore St in [Thom's, 1973].
Now no longer a pub.
Humphrys' pub in [Thom's, 1910].
The Humphrys pub (1-2 Moore St) is the four windows here of "Ellystar Bazar".
2009 image from Google street view.
The Paddy Power bookmaker is 3 Moore St.
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