Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Builder, of Dublin, listed as such in Wilson's Dublin Directory with an address at 22 South King St, 1820-22, and at 16 Parliament Street, 1823-26. He may be the 'Mr J. Crosbie' who was a subscriber to Thomas Bell's An Essay on the origin and progress of Gothic Architecture in Ireland (1829).




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Building: CO. DUBLIN, SANTRY, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1809
Nature: Proposed new glebe house to be built to designs of 'Mr Crosby'(perhaps James Crosbie) for Rev. Dr Thomas Smyth.
Refs: Letter from Thomas Smyth to Charles Agar, Archbishop of Dublin, re same, 2 May 1809, in PRONI, T3719/C/43/85 (see PRONI e-catalogue, last visited Nov 2011).