||Period & Location
|Likely the Garratt Fitzgerald of Limerick apprenticed to the Dublin silversmith, William Townsend in 1760. He applied for the Freedom of the Dublin Goldsmiths Company, but was refused for failing to complete the full seven year term. Working in Limerick in 1768, deceased, 1780.
|2nd h. 18th C.|
Sign of the Golden, Pearl and Ring, Exchange (1766)
opposite Quay Lane (1771)
|Listed in the 1769 Limerick Directory as O'Halloran. Retired in 1786 and died in 1804. Seemingly a long retirement for the period, but O'Halloran was a wealthy man from a prominent family.
|First mention 1738, received his freedom 1746. Mayor of Cork 1754-55. Died 1771.|
2, Grand Parade (1804, 1810, and 1817)
|Registered in Dublin 1797. Died 1820|
Pump Lane (before 1768)
Quay Lane (after 1768)
|Received freedom in 1748. Retired or died by December 1789. |
|George Robinson Sr.|
&George Robinson Jr.
||2nd H. 18th C.|
|George I noted in 1748 and 1749 and still working in 1784. His son George was a silversmith who received his Freedom in 1759 and was noted as still working in 1775.
||late 17th/early 18th C.|
|Mentioned in various documents as Bailiff or Member of Common Council of Youghal 1690-1712. Another Hercules Beere, also a silversmith, but of Clonmel, was perhaps his son.
Bridge Street (1788)
|In February 1786 he offered lodgings in Quay Lane, perhaps an earlier address. Originally from Dublin, he died in March 1788 and is buried at St. Mary's, Limerick.|
|James or William Heyland|
||James - 39, North Main St. (1795-1810)|
William - 39, North Main St. (1784)
Castle Street (1808-1810)
13, Nile Street (1824)
|James - registered at Dublin, 1784|
William - registered at Dublin, 1808
||6, High Street, (1805-1823)|
57, High Street (1824-1837)
|In partnership with Job Rider (1805-1807), Robert Neill (1809-1818), and Joseph Lee (1818-1837). Registered at Dublin, 1827.