Did your ancestors live in Limerick, Ireland in the early 1900s? Discover your ancestor in Guy’s Limerick Directory for 1912 and uncover your ancestor’s occupation and residence, as well as information on the city and suburbs where they lived and worked.
There are over 4,500 names in this record set, which includes both transcripts and images of the original directory. While the amount of available information varies, most transcripts include the following:
Images often include additional information, such as your ancestor’s occupation, society and club membership, and residence.
Published in 1912, Guy's Limerick Directory is an essential resource for researching early 20th Century Limerick. Not only does it have a comprehensive business listing but also includes a postal directory for the city and suburbs. Like many other directories it also includes details of public bodies, educational and religious institutions, listings of all the fairs for the province of Munster, and uniquely a comprehensive listing of the Postal and Telegraph services in Ireland.
Supplementing the business listing, the directory is liberally sprinkled with advertisements, providing further information on the local businesses. There is also information regarding currency exchange rates, income and property taxes, and land duties.
These records were sourced from Eneclann.