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Birr Castle Workmen's Daybook

  • IE OCL P14
  • Fonds
  • 1918-1919

Small bound notebook, ruled for tracking wages of casual labourers. Lists names of workmen, the number of days per week (out of six days) worked, rate of wages and amount earned. Also includes notes on pay increases or bonuses earned. Although there is no mention of the type of work, all employees are male.

Parsons, Laurence, 6th Earl of Rosse

Loughton Estate summary account book

Summary account book containing information regarding cattle sheep dividends, poor rates, repairs and maintenance, sundry expenses, milk record and service fees.

Records of Clavin's Butchers, Tullamore

  • IE OCL P27
  • Fonds
  • 1923-40

Notebook of Thomas Clavin, butcher at 19 William St, Tullamore, detailing animals purchased on fair days indicating price paid and name of vendor. Also includes looseleaf pages recording the meat account, wages paid, sheep slaughtered and a memorandum from the Department of Agriculture.

Clavin's Butchers

Records of Patrick Moore & Sons, Victuallers

  • IE OCL P1
  • Fonds
  • 1905 - 1936

This collection is comprised of the records of Patrick Moore & Sons, Victuallers of Edenderry and Rathangan. They were a family business who sold meat to the surrounding towns including Edenderry, Rathangan, Allenwood, Clonbulloge, Enfield, Kinnegad and Rhode. The collection includes ledgers, cash books, stock books, daily order books and van sales books. There are also documents regarding financial accounts such as bank account books, customer account books, bills of account with local traders, Dublin traders and a trader from Manchester. Also includes documents of their accounts with other businesses and legal costs as well as personal family photographs. A note in ledger P1/C/17 from 1923 recounts that Judge Wakely's house, Ballyburly, near Rhode, was 'burned by irregulars' in 1923.

Individuals and businesses that had an account with Patrick Moore & Sons include:
Coopers & Bailey, Central Market London.
H.M. Hawkins, Seifond, Dorchester.
Doctor Hamilton, Edenderry.
E.J.B. Nesbitt, Rutland Gate, London.
E.J.B. Nesbitt, Penton Lodge, Andover.
D. Alesbury.
Civic Guards, Edenderry.
J. Joly, Clonbologue.

Patrick Moore & Sons had accounts with:
William Bros, Edenderry (Grocery Account)
M.J. O'Brien, Edenderry.
William Bros. (Petrol Account)
Offaly County Board of Health and Public Assistance.

Patrick Moore & Sons, Victuallers

Theodora Trench's personal cash books.

Personal account books and records kept by Theodora Trench. The account book records her spending from 1907 until 1917.

Trench, Theodora Caroline

Trench family's household account books.

7 books and Envelope containing a synopsis of Benjamin Bloomfield Trench's household expenses in June 1872. The majority of the expenses concern food and wages.

Trench, Benjamin Bloomfield