Just wondering would anyone know the answer to this...? I've run into a family marriage document that refers to a marriage in St. Andrews Church in Dublin (now the tourist office), and the cert mentions the address of the bride and groom as being 22 Essex Street.
I've checked maps of the area and in recent times, they all refer to Essex Street East and Essex Street West. But the document I have and other marriage documents on www.irishgenealogy.ie that took place around the 1850's, all refer to "Essex Street".
It would seem that at some stage in history, "Essex Street" was broken down into Essex Street East and Essex Street West.
Basically I'm trying to find the current location of 22 Essex Street as it was known as back in 1855!
Any help much appreciated!