"Post office, parish of O'DORNEY, 5½ miles from Tralee. The parish has a population of 1,619, the village 250. This place takes its name from the ancient abbey of O'Dorney founded here in 1154 for Cistercian monks. Parish of KILLAHAN (pop. 1,040) served from this poat office. Land of variable quality, portion consists of mountain and bog."
Postal address - Abbeydorney , Tralee
Tralee 5½ miles nearest money order and telegraph office.
Postmistress - Miss Ellen Mahony
Conveyances - Abbeydorney a station on Limerick and Kerry ry; trains five times a day.
Stationmaster - John Horgan
Poor Law - Union of Tralee; Dispensary and Registartion district of Ardfert.
Petty Sessions Court of O'Dorney - fortnightly, on Friday. Pop. of dist. 9,599. quar, Sess, dist. of tralee.
Clerk Petty Sess. - John B Rice
Constabulary district of Tralee. In charge of abbeydorney station-
Sergeant Patrick Murrihy
Fair - O'Dorney, 1 Dec., Tuesday after 1st Jan., and another a fortnight after.
Clergy, Gentry, etc.Brosnahan Rev Thomas H, PP
Pierce Rev Patrick, CC
Rice George T, Rathkenny
Rice John B, CPS
Watson David, Ballysheen
Woods John, Ballysheen
SchoolsNational - Head teachers - male, Martin Finn; Female, Mary Anne Nelan
ShopkeepersHarty Thomas, grocer and vintner
Lovett Jacob, grocer and vintner