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Tradesmen Swords Dublin

A History Of Swords 1900 Tradesmen
Harness Makers      Hanlons And Dorans [Protestants] Main Street.
Carpenters ;  O'Conners, McGonaglee, Farrells of Knocksedan.
Blacksmiths; Donnellys, Dublin Street, Ryans, North Street
Tailors  Patrick Coleman, John Bulger
Shoe Makers  N. Bride, J. Weldon, McGartoll, Shaw & Sons, McKilbrick
Barber Larry McKenna
Nail Maker McEvoy Main Street
Sweep Sooty Savage
Pump Makers & Plumbers Walsh Bros. Main Street & Malahide Road
Painters  Howard Brothers
Coach Builders   Cannon & Sons North Street
Millers  There were three water mills, one in Brackinstown, one large mill long out of use at Brackinstown Road near the Protestant Church, and one in The Green, Pentony's Mill which working untill 1915

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