Mayfield CLONTARF

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Mayfield Terrace on St Lawrence Road

Mayfield on St. Laurence Road Clontarf was a house name within a terrace of 5 red-brick houses built in the mid-1880s. The landlord was the Rt. Hon. Lord Howth (whose family name, St. Lawrence, was given to the naming of the road). 

  • In the 1901 Census, St Lawrence Road was recorded under the townland of "Mayfield" Clontarf East
  • In the 1911 Census, these houses were recorded under "St Lawrence Road" (by number) Clontarf East

In 1910, the house named "Mayfield" at # 89 was the residence of Robert Prunty (Roman Catholic, born in India) Civil Service Clerk in the RIC .

 

In the 1910 Electoral Rolls, the following residents were registered:

# 89   Robert Prunty (Roman Catholic, born in India) Civil Service Clerk in the RIC 

# 90  unregistered (McInerney in 1911)

# 91   Huntley Deyer (home of Michael Bowe in 1911)

# 92   Eliza Godden

# 93  Thomas Hewitt Poole (Church of Ireland) Dublin Civil Engineer BA & BAI

 

 

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ORIENTATION: Clontarf East Ireland VIEW SOURCE
CENSUS 1901: Mayfield CLONTARF Ireland VIEW SOURCE
CENSUS 1901: Mayfield CLONTARF Ireland VIEW SOURCE

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