Coffees (Coffey, Coffy) in County Roscommon Townlands in Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Ireland, 1870

The following information was acquired from the CD book Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Ireland, 1870 (Connaught section). It is part of the Trinity college of Dublin Library Collection. This CD ROM is available through Archive CD Books Ireland and is part of their Archive CD Books Project.

This CD includes an "Historical Account of Connaught Province" and Towns in its five Counties: Mayo, Roscommon, Sligo, Galway and Leitrim.

The Towns in County Roscommon that are covered in this Book CD are Ballinasloe, Boyle, Carrick-on-Shannon, Castlerea, Elphin, Strokestown and Roscommon with Ballina More and Athleague.

Ballinasloe was listed as being "partly in the Parish of Creagh, Barony of Moycarn, County of Roscommon, but chiefly in the Parish of Kilcloony, Barony of Clonmacnowen, County of Galway." (Slater, 1870;2008, p.8). The River Suck is the dividing line between the two counties.

Carrick-on-Shannon lies "partially in the Parish of Killuken, Barony of Boyle, County Roscommon but chiefly in the Parish of Kiltoghart, Barony and County of Leitrim." (Slater, 1870;2008, p.19).

Name Street/Town Job Description/Title
Coffey, Robert /Castlerea Baker
Coffey, Robert /Castlerea Grocer

(Slater, 1870; 2008, p. 27).