mar pre-1925 to Amelia McGrath [born 1897 or 1898, of Boher].
They lived at Humphrys' pub, 6 Upper Gerald Griffin St, Limerick. Children born there. It was a big GAA pub.
Around 1946 he moved Humphrys' pub next door to 5 Upper Gerald Griffin St (the old Punch's pub). They continued living in number 6.
Canon Tim English met a man who was complaining about how Tim ran his pub. The man said he had arrived to find the pub locked but some noise inside. It turned out Tim had locked the doors and got all the patrons to kneel down and say the Rosary.
Tim retired. He sold pub in number 5 (it became Nicholas Bros). Lived in number 6.
Amelia died 1975 or 1976, age 78 yrs.
Tim died 1976 or 1977, age 86 or 87 yrs.
They had issue:
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