So far, on our pub crawl on the north side of The River Liffey, I will strongly recommend one pub. One of the most atmospheric pubs in The Dublin City Centre, with a beautiful Victorian Bar and snug.
Start out at Fallon’s at 1030 or 1100 hours, for an early lunch pint of The Black Stuff.
Michelle Kehoe looks toward family members at the resumption of her murder trial at the Grundy County Courthouse in Grundy Center, Iowa, Tuesday, Nov. Waterloo West's Anthony Ohl talks with area media after placing first at the Boys Cedar Valley Metro Meet at Bontrager Park in Waterloo, Iowa Thursday Sept. A photo of Paddy was taken about this time.16 Paddy and Miriam appeared in a photograph on their wedding day with Doris Hodgson, Joseph Hodgson, Hannah Hodgson, Arthur Hodgson, Mabel Hodgson, Grace Bowman, Stanley Hodgson, Mona (?), Geoff Hodgson, Miriam Hodgson, Rita Hodgson, Norman Hodgson, Colin Hodgson and Mr (?) Petman. Ruth Shaw30 October 1965Ruth Grace Pickard, daughter of Ralph Henry Pickard and Eleanor Grace Blanks, was born on 28 May 1917 at 96 Highbury Road, Luton. Miriam and Paddy appeared in a photograph on their wedding day with Doris Hodgson, Joseph Hodgson, Hannah Hodgson, Arthur Hodgson, Mabel Hodgson, Grace Bowman, Stanley Hodgson, Mona (?), Geoff Hodgson, Miriam Hodgson, Rita Hodgson, Norman Hodgson, Colin Hodgson and Mr (?) Petman. Miriam Osbournedate unknownMiriam Osbourne was born on 23 March 1881 at Island, Knottingley, Yorkshire.5,6 Miriam Osbourne married George Hodgson, son of Robert Hodgson and Susannah Pawson, on 22 January 1898 at the Parish Church, Hedon, Yorkshire, The marriage was solemnized after Banns according to the rites and ceremonies of the Established Church by Edwd. Mary Josephine Mooneydate unknownMary Josephine Kennedy, daughter of Patrick Kennedy and Mary Kehoe, was born on 24 March 1877 in South Street, New Ross, Co Wexford, where her parents lived. Patrick Kennedy was born circa 1846.1 He married Mary Kehoe, daughter of Thomas Kehoe and (?) McGrath, on 19 October 1869 at Galbally, Clonroche, Co Wexford. When your friends show up, and you are working on your third pint, chances are you’re all happy and content. The buildings were numbered consecutively down both sides of the street3,5,6 He married Miriam Hodgson, daughter of George Hodgson and Miriam Osbourne, on 4 September 1935 at the Register Office, Sculcoates, Hull, Yorkshire. 1950Patrick Joseph Mooney was born on 11 February 1875 at Drumboat, Inishkeen, Co Monaghan, where his father was stationed with the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC).6,5,7,8 Paddy married Sarah Giffney, daughter of Michael Giffney and Ellen Nugent, on 5 September 1900 at the Roman Catholic Chapel, Ballinahinch, Ashford, Co Wicklow. Wicklow, to Tony Mooney, dated 15 December 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original) (My ref: tm0360).


3 North City (General Record Office of Ireland (Dublin), photocopy, 1907 September 9) (My ref: tm0332). The details carved on the headstone were still clearly visible.17,18 In 2003 Geoff Hodgson had a photo of his grandfather George Hodgson bringing the Radiant out of King George Dock to go up-river. Her birth certificate records her name as Mary Joseph although she was known as Mary Josephine throughout her life.2 On 8 August 1907she married Paddy Mooney, son of John Mooney and Elizabeth McCabe, at the Roman Catholic Church, Aughrim Street, Dublin, the marriage being celebrated by Francis Farrington CC. The marriage was solemnised at the Roman Catholic Chapel of Galbally according to the rites and ceremonies of the Roman Catholic church by John Scallon. Not a great atmosphere, and the natives let us know, by body language, that we were trespassing. The photo was taken in what is now known as Old Goole at the corner of Cottingham Street and Heber Street. The headstone says that Patrick Joseph Mooney died on 6 May 1959 aged 48 which is obviously in error by one year, St Patrick's Catholic Cemetery, Langthorne Road, London, E11.
The witnessess were Andrew Martin Mooney, the groom's brother, and Sarah Byrne the bride's cousin.9,3,4 Paddy married Mary Josephine Kennedy, daughter of Patrick Kennedy and Mary Kehoe, on 8 August 1907 at the Roman Catholic Church, Aughrim Street, Dublin, the marriage being celebrated by Francis Farrington CC. Paddy and his wife were both described as of full age; he was a widower and she was a spinster.
It is possible that they also had a church wedding as Miriam told her eldest son that when his mother heard that they had married in a register office, she travelled over from New Ross and made them get married properly in a Catholic church in Goole. Miriam's brother Arthur lived there and his house had a back way which led to Herber Street. It is possible that they also had a church wedding as Miriam told her eldest son that when her mother-in-law heard that they had married in a register office, she travelled over from New Ross and made them get married properly in a Catholic church in Goole. Geoff identified it as the Radiant from the hatches which were lighter than usually found on that type of barge.19 Geoff had another photo of the Reliant in drydock for routine maintenance in 1930.
George was described as a bachelor aged 21 and Miriam as a spinster aged 18.1,5 Miriam Osbourne died on 14 July 1918 at 6 Sunny Bank, Preston RD, Yorkshire, soon after her daughter Bessie was born. She also said that they were married in Goole by special licence.7,3,8,9,10,11,12 Paddy died at 50 Empress Avenue on 6 May 1959 at age 49.


Three of the children in the photo, Geoff, Miriam and Rita, still remembered the wedding in 2003. Marlene, who was also present at the time, mentioned that she had gone to London once to find the Reliant which had been sold as a houseboat and shortened to get it through the Thames locks. Miriam and Rita thought the marriage took place at the Catholic church in Old Goole and that the reception was at Arthur's house. Apparently, she went into Hull on a Saturday in 1918 on the local horse and trap, the only means of public transport, and caught the plague ('flu) from which she died.
She died from empyema of the left lung, bronchopneumonia, pulmonary oedema and biventricular failure. The photo was probably taken at Colin Wilson's birthday party.22 About c 1940 George was photographed with Colin Wilson at a birthday party. She was suffering from starvation and malnutrition as she fed what little food she could get to her children and her condition probably contributed to her death. The cause was certified by the coroner of Hitchin District of Hertfordshire after post mortem without inquest. She had gone to Hull to buy butter to sell in a shop but it is not known if it was her own shop. It appears to have been taken in the same place24,25 and soon afterwards a photo was taken of them both outside her sister-in-law, Grace's, house at 67 Rutland Road with Doris Hodgson, Thelma Hodgson, Grace Hodgson, Valerie Hodgson, Miriam Hodgson and Rita Hodgson.26,27 Shortly after her son, Pat, was born she was photographed with her three children, Maureen, Tony and Pat in the garden at 9 South Street. The death record shows that a certificate was received from Joseph R Cardiff MD, Coroner for South Wexford and that the inquest was held on 25 August 1900.1,6,7,8,5 He was buried on 24 August 1900. It is so called because each plot in that section is marked by a single rose plant with orange flowers.



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