DOWLING ONE NAME STUDY

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Michael Dowling1

M, #12551, b. 4 November 1871, d. DECEASED

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Michael Dowling was born on 4 November 1871.1
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Michael Dowling had reference number 12551.
  • Occupation: He was a Fitter at Engineers Department of Guinness Brewery (ID 11208) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, between 28 November 1906 and 2 July 1910.1

Narrative

The Engineers’ Department was one of the largest departments in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. The Engineers’ Department was responsible for all building construction and maintenance as well as mechanical and electrical engineering projects in the Brewery. The Engineer’s Department supervised the construction of all Brewery buildings and brewing machinery. By the 1960s, there were over 1100 people employed in the Engineers’ Department, including skilled craftsmen such as boilermakers, patternmakers, carpenters, painters, scaffolders, bricklayers, plumbers, blacksmiths and coppersmiths as well as professionals such as architects and engineers.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Patrick Dowling1

M, #12552, b. 7 November 1884, d. 2 September 1942

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Patrick Dowling was born on 7 November 1884.1
  • Death: He died on 2 September 1942, at age 57.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Patrick Dowling had reference number 12552.
  • Occupation: He was a Labourer at Cooperage of Guinness Brewery (ID 11985) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 6 May 1910.1

Narrative

The Cooperage Department was one of the largest departments in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. The Brewery employed c.300 highly skilled coopers, who made a thousand new wooden casks a week and repaired thousands more. Coopers were the most highly skilled tradesmen in the Brewery, and had to undergo a seven year apprenticeship to become a qualified cooper. The coopers in the Cooperage Department were supported by over 600 hundred labourers, who helped the coopers by preparing the wooden staves and stacking the finished casks into pyramids.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Patrick J Dowling1

M, #12553, b. 4 May 1918, d. 26 October 1976

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Patrick J Dowling was born on 4 May 1918.1
  • Death: He died on 26 October 1976, at age 58.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Patrick J Dowling had reference number 12553.
  • Occupation: He was a Timekeeper in Brewing Department of Guinness Brewery (ID 19505) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 8 May 1933.1

Narrative

The Brewhouse was the largest brewing department in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. In the Brewhouse, the first three ingredients, water, malted barley and hops, are mixed together to make a liquid known as ‘hopped wort’ which is then fermented to create GUINNESS stout. The Brewhouse was managed by a senior brewer, and in the 1960s had a work force of c.170 employees. Until the advent of automation, work in the Brewhouse was very manual. Men employed in the Brewhouse worked in eight hour shifts, seven days a week, to ensure continuous brewing.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Patrick Dowling1

M, #12554, b. 20 March 1878, d. 1 July 1912

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Patrick Dowling was born on 20 March 1878.1
  • Death: He died on 1 July 1912, at age 34.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Patrick Dowling had reference number 12554.
  • Occupation: He was a Boatman at Forwarding Department of Guinness Brewery (ID 8681) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 1 May 1900.1

Narrative

The Forwarding Department was one of the many transport departments in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. The Forwarding Department was responsible for the transport of wooden casks of GUINNESS stout from the Brewery to customers by horse and dray and early motorised vehicles. The Forwarding Department purchased horses for the Brewery, purchased feed for the horses, managed the stables and the draymen. With the introduction of motorised delivery vehicles in the early 1900s, some of the draymen became lorry drivers, delivering casks of GUINNESS stout around Dublin city.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Patrick Dowling1

M, #12555, b. 9 July 1882, d. DECEASED

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Patrick Dowling was born on 9 July 1882.1
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Patrick Dowling had reference number 12555.
  • Occupation: He was a Messenger in Works Department of Guinness Brewery (ID 7589) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, between 26 February 1897 and 6 January 1899.1

Narrative

The Works Department was part of the engineering function in the St. James’s Gate Brewery in the early 1900s. The Works department under W.W. Wilson was responsible for all civil engineering works in the Brewery. This included the construction of several key Brewery buildings including the Guinness Storehouse building. The Works Department would have exclusively employed men, as the work was very physical and labour intensive. The Works department was amalgamated into a new Engineering department, to include electrical and mechanical engineering, in 1906.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Raymond Dowling1

M, #12556, b. 13 October 1896, d. 1 May 1988

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Raymond Dowling was born on 13 October 1896.1
  • Death: He died on 1 May 1988, at age 91.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Raymond Dowling had reference number 12556.
  • Occupation: He was a Fitter at Engineers Department of Guinness Brewery (ID 15797) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 10 March 1919.1

Narrative

The Engineers’ Department was one of the largest departments in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. The Engineers’ Department was responsible for all building construction and maintenance as well as mechanical and electrical engineering projects in the Brewery. The Engineer’s Department supervised the construction of all Brewery buildings and brewing machinery. By the 1960s, there were over 1100 people employed in the Engineers’ Department, including skilled craftsmen such as boilermakers, patternmakers, carpenters, painters, scaffolders, bricklayers, plumbers, blacksmiths and coppersmiths as well as professionals such as architects and engineers.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Richard Dowling1

M, #12557, b. 17 December 1926, d. 23 July 1946

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Richard Dowling was born on 17 December 1926.1
  • Death: He died on 23 July 1946, at age 19.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Richard Dowling had reference number 12557.
  • Occupation: He was a Special Post at Brewhouse of Guinness Brewery (ID 21010) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 15 April 1941.1

Narrative

The Brewhouse was the largest brewing department in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. In the Brewhouse, the first three ingredients, water, malted barley and hops, are mixed together to make a liquid known as ‘hopped wort’ which is then fermented with yeast to create GUINNESS stout. The Brewhouse was managed by a Senior Brewer, and in the 1960s had a work force of over 170 employees. Until the advent of automation in the 1970s, work in the Brewhouse was very manual. Men employed in the Brewhouse worked in eight hour shifts, seven days a week, to ensure continuous brewing.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

William John Dowling1

M, #12558, b. 12 September 1879, d. DECEASED

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: William John Dowling was born on 12 September 1879.1
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: William John Dowling had reference number 12558.
  • Occupation: He was a Labourer at Cooperage of Guinness Brewery (ID 9575) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, between 18 December 1901 and 14 August 1902.1

Narrative

The Cooperage Department was one of the largest departments in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. The Brewery employed c.300 highly skilled coopers, who made a thousand new wooden casks a week and repaired thousands more. Coopers were the most highly skilled tradesmen in the Brewery, and had to undergo a seven year apprenticeship to become a qualified cooper. The coopers in the Cooperage Department were supported by over 600 hundred labourers, who helped the coopers by preparing the wooden staves and stacking the finished casks into pyramids.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Christopher Doolan1

M, #12559, b. 26 January 1904, d. 29 November 1960
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Christopher Doolan was born on 26 January 1904.1
  • Death: He died on 29 November 1960, at age 56.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Christopher Doolan had reference number 12559.
  • Occupation: He was a Motor Driver for Traffic Department of Guinness Brewery (ID 15818) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 24 March 1919.1

Narrative

The function of the Traffic Department was to distribute GUINNESS stout into trade by various forms of transport, rail, road, sea. The Traffic Department was also responsible for maintaining and servicing all road transport and ships, administered by the Traffic Manager. Traditionally GUINNESS stout was transported within the city and suburbs of Dublin by horse and cart, later replaced by motorised vehicles and bulk transport. GUINNESS barges loaded wooden casks at Victoria Quay and discharged them at Dublin Port, where GUINNESS stout was transported by ship to Manchester and Liverpool. The canals were also used for distribution of GUINNESS beer in Ireland.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Mary 1

F, #12560, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Mary died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Mary had reference number 12560.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Edward Doolan1

M, #12561, b. 13 September 1876, d. 7 April 1929
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Edward Doolan was born on 13 September 1876.1
  • Death: He died on 7 April 1929, at age 52.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Edward Doolan had reference number 12561.
  • Occupation: He was a Policeman for Brewhouse Department of Guinness Brewery (ID 17971) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 30 April 1923.1

Narrative

The Brewhouse was the largest brewing department in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. In the Brewhouse, the first three ingredients, water, malted barley and hops, are mixed together to make a liquid known as ‘hopped wort’ which is then fermented with yeast to create GUINNESS stout. The Brewhouse was managed by a Senior Brewer, and in the 1960s had a work force of over 170 employees. Until the advent of automation in the 1970s, work in the Brewhouse was very manual. Men employed in the Brewhouse worked in eight hour shifts, seven days a week, to ensure continuous brewing.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Ellen1

F, #12562
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Ellen had reference number 12562.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Francis Doolan1

M, #12563, b. 1883, d. 17 November 1952

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Francis Doolan was born in 1883.1
  • Death: He died on 17 November 1952, at age ~69.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Francis Doolan had reference number 12563.
  • Occupation: He was a Cleaner at Engineers Department of Guinness Brewery (ID 15382) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 28 January 1919.1

Narrative

The Engineers’ Department was one of the largest departments in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. The Engineers’ Department was responsible for all building construction and maintenance as well as mechanical and electrical engineering projects in the Brewery. The Engineer’s Department supervised the construction of all Brewery buildings and brewing machinery. By the 1960s, there were over 1100 people employed in the Engineers’ Department, including skilled craftsmen such as boilermakers, patternmakers, carpenters, painters, scaffolders, bricklayers, plumbers, blacksmiths and coppersmiths as well as professionals such as architects and engineers.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Patrick J Doolan1

M, #12564, b. 17 May 1912, d. 22 September 1986
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Patrick J Doolan was born on 17 May 1912.1
  • Death: He died on 22 September 1986, at age 74.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Patrick J Doolan had reference number 12564.
  • Occupation: He was a Labourer in Engineers Department of Guinness (ID 22379) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 29 November 1945.1

Narrative

The Engineers’ Department was one of the largest departments in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. The Engineers’ Department was responsible for all building construction and maintenance as well as mechanical and electrical engineering projects in the Brewery. The Engineer’s Department supervised the construction of all Brewery buildings and brewing machinery. By the 1960s, there were over 1100 people employed in the Engineers’ Department, including skilled craftsmen such as boilermakers, patternmakers, carpenters, painters, scaffolders, bricklayers, plumbers, blacksmiths and coppersmiths as well as professionals such as architects and engineers.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Annie 1

F, #12565, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Annie died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Annie had reference number 12565.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Francis Doolin1

M, #12566, b. 29 September 1908, d. 18 July 1971
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Francis Doolin was born on 29 September 1908.1
  • Death: He died on 18 July 1971, at age 62.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Francis Doolin had reference number 12566.
  • Occupation: He was a Slater in Engineers Department of Guinness Brewery (ID 19438) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 1 October 1932.1

Narrative

The Engineers’ Department was one of the largest departments in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. The Engineers’ Department was responsible for all building construction and maintenance as well as mechanical and electrical engineering projects in the Brewery. The Engineer’s Department supervised the construction of all Brewery buildings and brewing machinery. By the 1960s, there were over 1100 people employed in the Engineers’ Department, including skilled craftsmen such as boilermakers, patternmakers, carpenters, painters, scaffolders, bricklayers, plumbers, blacksmiths and coppersmiths as well as professionals such as architects and engineers.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Bridget 1

F, #12567, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Bridget died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Bridget had reference number 12567.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

James Doolin1

M, #12568, b. 1 December 1873, d. 29 July 1934
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: James Doolin was born on 1 December 1873.1
  • Death: He died on 29 July 1934, at age 60.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: James Doolin had reference number 12568.
  • Occupation: He was a Messenger in Cask Department of Guinness Brewery (ID 7747) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 29 October 1897.1

Narrative

The Cask Department was one of the largest departments in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. The Brewery employed over 300 highly skilled coopers, who made a thousand new wooden casks a week and repaired thousands more. Coopers were the most highly skilled tradesmen in the Brewery, and had to undergo a seven year apprenticeship to become a qualified cooper. The coopers in the Cask Department were supported by over 600 hundred labourers, who helped the coopers by preparing the wooden staves and stacking the finished casks into pyramids.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Mary Ellen1

F, #12569
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Mary Ellen had reference number 12569.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

John Doolin1

M, #12570, b. 1864, d. 22 March 1938

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: John Doolin was born in 1864.1
  • Death: He died on 22 March 1938, at age ~74.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: John Doolin had reference number 12570.
  • Occupation: He was a Labourer at Cooperage of Guinness Brewery (ID 5135) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 15 February 1888.1

Narrative

The Cooperage Department was one of the largest departments in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. The Brewery employed c.300 highly skilled coopers, who made a thousand new wooden casks a week and repaired thousands more. Coopers were the most highly skilled tradesmen in the Brewery, and had to undergo a seven year apprenticeship to become a qualified cooper. The coopers in the Cooperage Department were supported by over 600 hundred labourers, who helped the coopers by preparing the wooden staves and stacking the finished casks into pyramids.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Patrick Doolin1

M, #12571, b. 2 March 1923, d. 2 June 1997
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Patrick Doolin was born on 2 March 1923.1
  • Death: He died on 2 June 1997, at age 74.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Patrick Doolin had reference number 12571.
  • Occupation: He was a Storekeeper at Traffic Department of Guinness Brewery (ID 23149) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 12 April 1943.1

Narrative

The function of the Traffic Department was to distribute GUINNESS stout into trade by various forms of transport, rail, road, sea. The Traffic Department was also responsible for maintaining and servicing all road transport and ships, administered by the Traffic Manager. Traditionally GUINNESS stout was transported within the city and suburbs of Dublin by horse and cart, later replaced by motorised vehicles and bulk transport. GUINNESS barges loaded wooden casks at Victoria Quay and discharged them at Dublin Port, where GUINNESS stout was transported by ship to Manchester and Liverpool. The canals were also used for distribution of GUINNESS beer in Ireland.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Mary 1

F, #12572, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Mary died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Mary had reference number 12572.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Thomas Doolin1

M, #12573, b. 27 February 1870, d. 3 November 1931
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Thomas Doolin was born on 27 February 1870.1
  • Death: He died on 3 November 1931, at age 61.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Thomas Doolin had reference number 12573.
  • Occupation: He was a Labourer at Brewhouse of Guinness Brewery (ID 6937) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 27 March 1895.1

Narrative

The Brewhouse was the largest brewing department in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. In the Brewhouse, the first three ingredients, water, malted barley and hops, are mixed together to make a liquid known as ‘hopped wort’ which is then fermented with yeast to create GUINNESS stout. The Brewhouse was managed by a Senior Brewer, and in the 1960s had a work force of over 170 employees. Until the advent of automation in the 1970s, work in the Brewhouse was very manual. Men employed in the Brewhouse worked in eight hour shifts, seven days a week, to ensure continuous brewing.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

Kathleen1

F, #12574
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Kathleen had reference number 12574.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.

John Dooling1

M, #12575, b. 1864, d. 22 March 1938

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: John Dooling was born in 1864.1
  • Death: He died on 22 March 1938, at age ~74.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: John Dooling had reference number 12575.
  • Occupation: He was a Labourer at Cooperage of Guinness Brewery (ID 5135) in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, on 15 February 1888.1

Narrative

The Cooperage Department was one of the largest departments in the St. James’s Gate Brewery. The Brewery employed c.300 highly skilled coopers, who made a thousand new wooden casks a week and repaired thousands more. Coopers were the most highly skilled tradesmen in the Brewery, and had to undergo a seven year apprenticeship to become a qualified cooper. The coopers in the Cooperage Department were supported by over 600 hundred labourers, who helped the coopers by preparing the wooden staves and stacking the finished casks into pyramids.

Citations

  1. [S687] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: "Guiness Storehouse". Database. Trace Your Guines Roots. Trace Your Guines Roots. http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/ : 2011.