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☘ 🍷 Cavanagh (Kavanagh), Peter, (1840-) Ireland, Van Brunt corner Partition
383 Van Brunt south east corner at Partition
1870 BE liquor dealers list VAN BRUNT corner Partition.
"1852" January 2 - A couple of itinerant vagabonds entered the liquor store of Mr. Cavanagh on Van Brunt Street and offered a shawl for sale. Cavanagh recognized the shawl as belonging to his wife's sister. He "set" someone to watch the shawl sellers while he went to check with his sister in law. Her shawl was missing. By the time Cavanagh returned the watcher had lost sight of the shawl sellers.
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A Survey of Liquor Dealers in Red Hook mid to Late 1800s
Red Hook Liquor Dealers - The Families
Balfe - Ball - Baumann - Behnken - Bell - Black - Boysen - Bray - Brickwedel - Callaghan - Carberry - Cassin - Collimore - Collins - Coogan - Cordes - Curran - Daly - Dawson - Dempsey - Depperman - Devan - Dixon - Dockery - Donovan - Doran - Ehrichs - Fay - Finkeldey - Fitzgerald - Garahan - Gillen - Graef - Haack - Henry - Higgins, Hugh - Higgins, George - Hoehn - Hoffman - Hughs - Hunold - Hussey - Judge - Kassenbrock - Keleher - Knoop - Krohler - Kuhn - Lamont - Lever - Little - Looney - Madigan - Mahnken - McAvanny - McGee - McGrath - McKenna - McQuade - Meyers - Molloy - Mooney - Moran - Mullady - Munsinger - Murray - Noble - O'Brien - O'Hara - Oberdieck - Powers - Ropke - Schmadeke - Schwanemann - Shea - Sheridan - Siebe - Simmons - Struve - Sullivan - Weinphal - Winkelman