011a Hunt's Lane off Parnell Street
Hunt’s Lane was situated off what is now Parnell (Nelson) Street running parallel with White’s Lane, Lady’s Lane and Flag Lane. Only Lady’s Lane and Hunt’s Lane still exist though both are used primarily as walk-ways between Parnell Street and Dominic Street. In the 1931 Register of electors there were 24 eligible voters living at No. 2 White’s Lane, 16 in No. 5, while in Hunt’s Lane ten voters lived in No. 1. See Page 10 for paeople who lived in Lady’s Lane, White’s Lane and Flag Lane in the early part of the 20th century. All these houses are long gone.
Living in Hunt’s Lane (pictured) in 1931 were:
1:Hanna Maher, Edward and Nora Plunkett,
John and Mary Hogan, Annie and
Jeremiah Collopy, Nellie and Thomas Hayes,
2:Patrick and Angela Vinners, Mary Casey,
Thomas and Norah Leahy, Michael and
3:Thomas and Lizzie Griffin, Hanora Hifle,
Patrick and Eileen O’Callaghan, Mary Finucane.
4:Martin and John Quinn, John, Joseph, Patrick
and Patrick (Snr.) Staunton, Patrick Murphy,
Joseph, Timothy and Michael Connelly.
5:Margaret and James O’Brien, Thomas and
Joseph Collins, Christina and John Mulcahy.
6:Patrick and Kate Dunphy, Margaret McCarthy.
7: Margaret O’Dwyer, Francis and Margaret Moran,
Richard and Bridget Roberts.
8:Mary, William and Sarah Hayes.
9:James and Agnes Cronin.
LIVING IN HUNT'S LANE IN 1923 WERE:
In the 1923 Register of Electors 63 voters lived in Hunt’s lane. They were mentioned alphabetically so I will name them as they appeared, not where they lived.
Mary Casey, Bridget Clancy, Thomas Collins, Agnes Cronin, James Cronin, Mary Finucane, Bridget Greo, Thomas Greo, Mary Hayes, Nellie Hayes, Thomas Hayes, William Hayes, Hanora Hifle, Catherine Hogan, Christopher Hogan, John Hogan, Mary Hogan, Michael Hogan, Patrick Hogan, Thomas Hogan, Thomas Kirby, Norah Leahy, Thomas Leahy, Margaret Maher, Patrick Maher, Denis and Margaret McCarthy, Denis McCormack, Margaret Mc