Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of Limerick, London, New York and Dublin. William Fogerty was born in 1833 or 1834, the second son of JOHN FOGERTY [2]  JOHN FOGERTY [2] of Limerick, and younger brother of JOSEPH FOGERTY[2] JOSEPH FOGERTY[2] . He was a student at Queen's College, Cork in the winter of 1850-51, when he drew up a plan by C.W. LAW for a new road to the college.(1) He commenced practice as an architect in Limerick with his father in the 1850s, exhibiting a design for a villa and a design for a town hall at the Limerick Art Exhibition in 1858.(2) In 1863 or 1864 he moved to Dublin. After making a tour of Italy in the autumn of 1869 with THOMAS HENRY LONGFIELD THOMAS HENRY LONGFIELD ,(3) he moved circa 1870 to London, where his brother, with whom he had already collaborated,(4) was practising as an architect. From London he emigrated to New York, probably in the winter of 1872-3,(5) returning to Ireland some time between 1 December 1874, when he delivered a paper to the American Institute of Architects in New York, and 1 Feb 1875, when the Council of the RIAI read a letter from him in which he offered to read a paper on architecture in America.(6) On 1 March 1875 he announced in the Irish Builder that he had resumed practice at 23 Harcourt St.(7) He continued to practise from 23 Harcourt Street until his untimely death from smallpox at the age of fourty-four on 22 May 1878, having been 'in excellent health up to the period of the fatal attack'. He was buried in the graveyard of St Munchin's Church, Limerick. He was survived by a young son, JOHN FREDERICK FOGERTY JOHN FREDERICK FOGERTY , who also became an architect.

AAI: admitted member, 1875;(8) president, 1876-77.(9)
RIAI: elected fellow, 21 May 1863;(10) council member, 1867,1868;(11) reads various papers;(12) tenders resignation 'owing to removal from Dublin', 14 Mar 1870, but resignation postponed 'in the hope that he may be induced to withdraw it as he intends practising in Ireland';(13) tenders resignation again on removal to London, 5 Jan 1871;(14) resigns definitively 28 Nov 1871.(15)
RIBA: elected fellow, 20 Jan 1868, proposed by CHARLES LANYON CHARLES LANYON , THOMAS NEWENHAM DEANE  THOMAS NEWENHAM DEANE and H.J. Paull.(16)

Addresses: 97 George's St, Limerick, 1861-1863;(17) 23 Harcourt St, Dublin, 1864;(18) Harcourt St, Dublin, and Westminster Chambers, Victoria, London, 1869;(19) 8 Buckingham St, Strand, London, 1872;(20) 63 Fifth Ave, New York, & 8 Buckingham St, Strand, 1873;(21) 113 Broadway, New York, 1874;(22) 23 Harcourt St, Dublin, 1875.(23)

See WORKS, BIBLIOGRAPHY BIBLIOGRAPHY ; see also JOHN FOGERTY & JOHN FOGERTY & amp; SON.



References

All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from the obituary of Fogerty in IB 20, 1 Jun 1878, 163. Another obituary is in the Irish Times, 28 May 1878.


(1) B 9, 18 Jan 1851, 46.
(2) Nos. 275 & 276 (IALE I, 241).
(3) See IB 12, 1,15 May,1 Jun,1 Jul 1870, 100,115,126,147, and measured drawing by Longfield and Fogerty of tomb of Archbishop de Longis at the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Bergamo, published in IB 15, 15 Dec 1873, 332.
(4) On the design of a villa at Beckenham, Kent; see IB 11, 15 Jul 1869, 168(illus.).
(5) He is said to have spent 2 years there, see IB 17, 1 Mar 1875, 68.
(6) RIAI council meeting minutes, 1 Feb 1875, 289.
(7) IB 17, 1 Mar 1875, 71.
(8) IB 18, 1 Jan 1876, 9.
(9) IB 18, 1 Jun,1,15 Dec 1876, 164,367,339.
(10) RIAI council meeting minutes, 8 May 1863, 5; annual general meeting minutes, 21 May 1863, 127.
(11) Thom's Directories.
(12) These were nearly all published, see BIBLIOGRAPHY; his delivery of an unpublished paper, 'Description of the lunatic asylum now in course of construction' is recorded in RIAI general meeting minutes, 17 ?Dec 1863, 234.
(13) RIAI Council meeting minutes, 14 Mar 1870, 141.  Another unpublished paper, 'Some notes on the designs for the new Palace of Justice, London', was read to the Institute's Association for Architectural Study on 1 Apr 1867 (Freeman's Journal, 1 Apr 1867).
(14) RIAI council meeting minutes, 5 Jan 1871, 153.
(15) RIAI council meeting minutes, 28 Nov 1871, 251; IB 13, 1 Dec 1871, 311.
(16) Directory of British Architects 1834-1900, 316.  The RIBA Library, Ref. no. LC/(card index), holds six letters from WF, 1869-1870, lodging complaint against T.N.Deane for not observing professional scale of charges.
(17) RHA Exhibitors Index.
(18) See note 17, above.
(19) IB 11, 1 May 1869, 104-105.
(20) RIBAJ 22 (1871-72), list of members?; IB 14, 15 Jan 1872, 27.
(21) RIBAJ 23 (1872-73), ?list of members.
(22) RIBAJ 24 (1873-74), ?list of members.
(23) See note 7, above.


64 work entries listed in chronological order for FOGERTY, WILLIAM


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Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, PROTESTANT ORPHAN SOCIETY HALL
Date: 1855-56
Nature: New Collegiate Gothic hall.
Refs: B 13, 18 Aug 1855, 395; 14, 19 Jan 1856, 26,27(illus.); IB 20, 1 Jun 1878, 163 (obituary of WF)

Building: CO. CLARE, ENNIS, WESTBOURNE HOUSE
Date: 1856
Nature: New villa, for Alexander Bannatyne. Design exhibited at RHA, 1861.
Refs: RHA 1861, No. 616;  Michael C. O'Laughlin, Families of County Clare, Ireland [1996ca.], 29.

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, O'CONNELL STREET, CANNOCK, TAIT & CO.
Date: 1858
Nature: Rebuilding of premises by WF with E.P. Gribbon. Builder: Quin, Dublin.
Refs: B 16, 10 Apr 1858, 250; DB 1, 1 Feb 1859, 17

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, O'CONNELL STREET, THOMAS REVINGTON & CO.
Date: 1858-59
Nature: 'extensive operations'
Refs: DB 1, 1 Feb 1859, 17

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, O'CONNELL STREET, JAMES HOGG & CO.
Date: 1858-59
Nature: Remodelling.
Refs: DB 1, 1 Feb 1859, 17

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, CATHERINE STREET UPPER, CHURCH OF HOLY TRINITY (CI)
Date: 1858-59
Nature: Addition of apse. Cost about £500.
Refs: DB 1, 1 Feb 1859, 17

Building: CO. LIMERICK, ATHEA, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1858-59
Nature: New church. Opened Jan 1859. Built by Rev. Frederick Goold.
Refs: B 17, 1,22 Jan 1859, 15,68; DB 5, 1 Mar 1863, 35(illus.)

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, SHELBOURNE ROAD, UNION WORKHOUSE
Date: 1859-1863
Nature: Adds. including hospital. Conversion of school-room into chapel. Contractor for latter: Mr Day. Cost: £540.
Refs: DB 1, 1 Jan,1 Feb 1859, 9,17; 5, 1 Mar 1863, 43

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, MACCURTAIN STREET, TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1861
Nature: WF unsuccessful competition entrant.
Refs: RHA 1861, no. 563; DB 3, 1 Jan,1 Mar,15 May 1861, 390,439,507

Building: CO. LIMERICK, KILLEEDY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1862-63
Nature: New church, replacing one burnt down in 1822 by Rockites. 4-bay rectangle, lit by lancets, with bellcote at W. end. For Rev. Thomas Willis. Nave begun 1863; to be completed when funds available.  Subscriptions solicited for addition of 'neat gable with Roman belfry', Nov 1863, 'otherwise the contractor must finish the building without the slightest indication of the purpose to which it is devoted'. Opened, 1 Sep 1864.  Contractor: Patrick Scanlan, Cecil Street, Limerick. Funds provided by A. Findlater, 'leaving only a few seats, prayer desk and pulpit to be provided for'.
Refs: Drawing(s), signed and dated 'Wm. Fogerty, Limerick & Dublin, Nov. 1862' in RCB Library, portfolio 22;  Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 4, no, 31 (15 Jan 1862), 373; no. 52 (15 Oct 1863(), 888; 6, no. 56 (17 Feb 1864), 43; 6, no. 64 (19 Oct 1864), 216;  DB 5, 15 May,1 Oct 1863, 90,165;  Irish Times, 5 Nov 1863.

Building: CO. LIMERICK, CROOM, SCHOOLS & TEACHER'S RESIDENCE
Date: 1862-64
Nature: Gothic, for H. Lyons. To be built at cost of £1,200. Builder: P. Scanlan, Bruff.
Refs: DB 4, 1 Aug 1862, 199; design exh. RHA 1863, no. 497; North Munster Archaeological Journal (1959), 90

Building: CO. LIMERICK, FOYNES, AGENT'S HOUSE
Date: 1863
Nature: Agent's house being constructed for Thomas Spring Rice, 1st Baron Monteagle (of Mount Trenchard). Archt: W. Fogerty. Contractor: M. Walsh, Foynes.
Refs: DB 5, 1 Apr 1863, 63

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, MULGRAVE STREET, DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM
Date: 1863
Nature: Works, including detached Gothic RC chapel and Turkish bath. Builder: P. Lacy, Limerick. Cost £1,300.
Refs: DB 5, 1 Mar 1863, 43

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, SHELBOURNE ROAD, UNION WORKHOUSE
Date: 1863
Nature: Works, including additions to hospital, new chapel. Total cost about £1,600.
Refs: DB 5, 1 Mar 1863, 43

Building: CO. LIMERICK, ADARE, COURT HOUSE
Date: 1863
Nature: Gothic, with clock tower. For 3rd Earl of Dunraven.Public room on 1st floor, constable's room on ground floor. Builder: M. Walsh, Foynes
Refs: Mentioned in letters dated 1859-65 in Dunraven papers PRONI D3196/J/16/1-20; DB 5, 1 Apr 1863, 63

Building: CO. LIMERICK, ATHEA, GOOLD MEMORIAL CROSS
Date: 1863
Nature: Ancient Irish cross in memory of Thomas F. Goold, erected by his father, Archdeacon Frederic Goold, who also built the church near which it stands. Inaugurated Jan 1863, Contractor: Walshe, Foynes. Sculptor: Purcell.
Refs: B 17, 1,22 Jan 1859, 15,68; DB 5, 1 Mar 1863, 39(illus.)

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, MONAGHAN, DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM
Date: 1863
Nature: WF unselected entrant in competition won by J. McCurdy.
Refs: RHA 1864, no. 419,421; Irish Industrial Exhibition 1864, no. ?; DB 5, 15 Apr,1 May,1 Apr 1863, 66,79,144; B 22, 18 Jun 1864, 448

Building: CO. CLARE, BROADFORD, SHOOTING LODGE
Date: 1863
Nature: Gothic-style shooting lodge, entrance and keeper's lodge. For Col. Henry White, on his 'recently purchased estate'; 'incourse of erection', 1863. Local sandstone with cut limestone dressings.
Refs: RHA 1863, no. 465,492; DB 5, 1 Mar 1863, 43

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, BRUNSWICK STREET, CANNOCK, TAIT & CO.
Date: 1863-64
Nature: New 2-storey furniture & carpet dept facing Brunswick St. Front and sides finished in Portland cement, window openings arranged in arcades, Contr: Malone & Cavanagh. Cost: £2000.
Refs: DB 5, 1 Oct 1863, 166; 6, 1 Mar 1864, 35

Building: CO. CLARE, ENNIS, GALWAY ROAD, DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM
Date: 1863-66;1869
Nature: By W. Fogerty of Dublin, erected under joint superintendence of John Fogerty, Limerick, & A.C. Adair. Tenders invited, Apr1863.  Builder: Michael Meade. Clerk of Works: Fitzgerald. (Mssrs. Ryan of Limerick originally named as contractors for erection of wall)
Refs: Set of contract drawings, signed A.C. Adair, Ennis, 1866, in OPW drawings, folder A.3.5 (old ref.); IAA, PKS B05/03, A03 (Aug 1869-Jan 1870, p.100Av), L1 (pp.468,478,486-93,496 &c.);  Freeman's Journal, 18,20 Apr 1863;  Irish Times, 18 Aug 1863;  B 21, 5 Sep 1863, 636; 24, 3 Mar 1866, 152; DB 5, 1 Apr 1863, 63; 8, 15 Mar 1866, 71,72; design exh. RHA 1864, no. 403 IAA, PKS B05/03;  Civil Engineer & Architect's Journal 29, 1 Apr 1866, 119. 

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, O'CONNELL AVENUE, WELLINGTON TERRACE, HOUSES
Date: 1864
Nature: Subrban houses called Wellington Terrace just erected on Military Rd by Edward Cruise.
Refs: DB 6, 20 Jan 1864, 16

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, SOUTH HILL
Date: 1864
Nature: Restoration after fire in summer of 1863, for Peter Tait. Cost about £1,500.
Refs: DB 6, 1 Mar 1864, 35

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, EDEN TERRACE
Date: 1864
Nature: Row of 12 detached houses 'treated architecturally', for Thomas Revington.
Refs: DB 6, 20 Jan 1864, 16

Building: ENGLAND, IPSWICH (SUFFOLK), TOWN HALL
Date: 1864
Nature: WF unsuccessful entrant in competition won by Bellamy & Hardy.
Refs: RHA 1865, no. 463; B 22, 11,25 Jun,2 Jul 1864, 433,471,500; 23, 6 May 1865, 319; DB 7, 1 May 1865, 111

Building: CO. SLIGO, SLIGO, QUAY STREET, TOWN HALL
Date: 1864
Nature: WF unselected entrant in competition won by W. Hague. (Competition announced, Jun 1864, see Freeman's Journal, 2 Jun 1864.)
Refs: RHA 1865, no. 457; DB 6, 15 Aug 1864, 166; 7, 1 May 1865, 111B 22, 20 Aug,17 Sep 1864, 619,690

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, CHURCHFIELD
Date: 1864
Nature: Italianate villa with campanile, for Edward J. Collins, RM, on the Revington estate.
Refs: DB 6, 20 Jan 1864, 16; RHA 1864, no. 465

Building: CO. DUBLIN, BLACKROCK, AVOCA AVENUE, PRIORY LODGE
Date: 1864
Nature: Neat villa, for Thomas Martin. Builder: Gregory Murphy, Williamstown. Cost about £1000.
Refs: DB 6, 1 Apr 1864, 61

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUN LAOGHAIRE, PARK ROAD, BETHEL CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1864
Nature: Proposed new church. WF placed 2nd in competition out of 16 entrants.
Refs: RHA 1865, no. 464Irish Times, 30 Jan 1864; General Advertiser, 6 Feb 1864; DB 6, 1,15 Apr,1 May 1864, 52,61,70,82; 7, 1 May 1865, 111

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, DAME STREET, NO. 039 (WEST OF ENGLAND LIFE & FIRE INSURANCE CO)
Date: 1864-65
Nature: New palazzo-style headquarters.  Builder: William Connolly.
Refs: Letters re proposed alterations, Sep-Oct 1864, in IAA, Acc. 92/106; DB 7, 1 May,1 Aug 1865, 120,188,189(illus.);  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 415.

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, CIRCULAR ROAD, ARDHU HOUSE
Date: 1865
Nature: Italian villa style, for Thomas Revington. Builder: Patrick Scanlan, Limerick. £4,500.Also lodge (illus. in IAA; lodge now demolished)
Refs: DB 7, 1 Mar,1 May 1865, 62,63(illus.),111; IB 20, 1 Jun 1878, 163 RHA 1865, no. 459

Building: CO. CLARE, BALLYLINE HOUSE
Date: 1865
Nature: Rebuilding 'on a grander scale' after fire, for Augustine Butler. Italian Style. Builder: Meade, Dublin. Cost: £3,000.
Refs: DB 7, 15 Dec 1865, 299; design exh. RHA 1866, no. 524

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, ENNISKILLEN, WAREHOUSE (WHITLEY BROS)
Date: 1865
Nature: In course of erection. Frontage ca 65 ft, lower storey arcaded, upper storeys faced with Belfast brick. Builder: William Hague, Cavan.
Refs: DB 7, 15 Dec 1865, 299

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, PATRICK STREET, NO. 030
Date: 1865
Nature: Alts. Builder: D. O'Callaghan, Killarney
Refs: DB 7, 1 May 1865, 120

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, DRINKING FOUNTAINS (002)
Date: 1865
Nature: 2 drinking fountains being erected, 1 Gothic, 1 Italianate. Total cost £600. Contractor: Wallace & Son, Limerick
Refs: DB 7, 15 Dec 1865, 299

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, WESTMORELAND STREET, QUEEN'S INSURANCE OFFICE
Date: 1865
Nature: Builder: W. Connolly.
Refs: DB 7, 1 May 1865, 120

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, COLLEGE GARDENS, METHODIST COLLEGE
Date: 1865-68
Nature: WF wins limited competition for new school for 200 pupils with additional collegiate department providing accommodation for students attending Queen's College. Left side for collegiate dept, right side for school with rooms used in common in centre.. FS laid 24 Aug 1865 by William McArthur, London. Opened 19 Aug 1868. Builder: James Henry, Belfast. Estimated cost £12,688. Final cost: £24,000. WF's fees subject of arbitration, Aug 1869.
Refs: RHA 1865, no. 458,462; DB 7, 15 Jan,1 May,1 Aug,1 Sep 1865, 26,111,183,194,208; IB 9, 15 Jan 1867, 21; 10, 15 Jan,1 Sep 1868, 21,217; 11, 1 Jan,15 Aug 1869, 9,189; B 23, 14 Jan,23 Sep 1865, 27,680-681; 24, 28 Apr 1866, 309-310; 26, 29 Aug 1868, 644; 27, 28 Aug 1869, 691; Building News 12, 28 Jul 1865, 530,533(illus.);  Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal 29, 1 Jun 1866, 152;  Irish Times, 19 Aug 1869;  A.J. Rowan & C.E.B. Brett, Queen's University (UAHS, revised edition 1975), 31,35(illus.); Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 33 (no. 66, illus.)

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, BAKER'S PLACE, CLOCK TOWER (TAIT MEMORIAL)
Date: 1866
Nature: WF wins 2nd prize in competition.
Refs: B 24, ? ? 1866, 311

Building: CO. CLARE, KILRUSH, HOUSES (004)
Date: 1866
Nature: 4 semi-detached villas 'in course of erection'. Builder: P. Scanlan, Limerick.
Refs: DB 8, 15 Feb 1866, 54

Building: CO. WICKLOW, WICKLOW, METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1866
Nature: New 'very neat little church' with classroom at rear.  Dublin brick with jambs and bands of Belfast and Enniscorthy red brick.  Dalkey granite dressings and Bath stone rose window..  FS laid 17 Mar 1866.
Refs: B 24, 24 Mar 1866, 218; DB 8, 15 Feb,1 Apr 1866, 44,45(illus.),82

Building: CO. WICKLOW, BRAY, HERBERT ROAD, VIOLET HILL
Date: 1866
Nature: New 12-bedroomed house in gabled Tudor Gothic style for Edward L. Griffin. Builder: George Moyers. Cost: about £5000 including garden wall.  Projected stable offices will cost about £1200.
Refs: Design exh. RHA 1868, 327; DB 8, 15 Aug 1866, 209; IB 10, 1 Apr,15 Aug 1868, 89,197; 11, 1 Mar 1869, 53,57(illus.); illus. in  Buildings of Ireland, http://www.buildingsofireland.ie/ (last visited Feb 2010).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, HENRY STREET (& DENMARK STREET), HAWKINS, ROBERTSON & CO.
Date: 1866
Nature: Extensive mart to be erected. Builder: John Nolan.
Refs: DB 8, 1 Jun 1866, 147; B 24, 23 Jun 1866, 474

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, HENRY STREET, NO. 060-62 (HAZLETON, SCOTT & CO)
Date: 1866
Nature: New drapery mart at corner of Denmark St.. Builder: John Nolan. £6000.
Refs: DB 8, 1 Jun 1866, 147; IB 9, 15 May 1867, 126; 10, 15 Aug 1868, 197; B 24, 23 Jun 1866, 474; 27, 28 Aug 1869, 691; RHA 1868, no. 329

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, RANELAGH ROAD, HOUSES (004)
Date: 1866
Nature: Block of 4 houses near railway bridge, approaching completion. Builder: James Beckett.
Refs: DB 8, 15 Feb 1866, 54

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUN LAOGHAIRE, MARINE ROAD, TOWN HALL & COURT HOUSE
Date: 1866
Nature: Competition entrant.
Refs: B 24, 23 Jun 1866, 469

Building: CO. LIMERICK, CASTLECONNELL, WATERPARK
Date: 1866-69
Nature: New house in front of existing one, which has been converted into subsidiary offices. For John Lecky Phelps. Design exh. RHA 1866. Builder: Wallace & Son, Limerick.Cost: £4,000.
Refs: RHA 1865, no. 527; IB 11, 1 May 1869, 104,105(illus.); 20, 1 Jun 1878, 163.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, PATRICK STREET, NO. 030 (MUNSTER ARCADE)
Date: 1866a
Nature: Arcade recently completed for Mssrs. Robertson, Ledlie, Ferguson & Co., drapers of Belfast & Waterford. Fontage 25ft, depth 150ft, max. width 70ft. Builder: Dan O'Callaghan, Killarney.
Refs: RHA 1866, no. 525; DB 8, 15 Apr 1866, 100,102(illus.); obituary of WF in IB 20, 1 Jun 1878, 163

Building: CO. LIMERICK, CAHERCONLISH HOUSE
Date: 1867
Nature: Alts. & adds., new wide-eaved roof, wings, portico, for Lt. D.F. Gabbett. Builder: James Cavanagh, Limerick. Amount of tender: £2640. Actual cost: £4000.
Refs: IB 9, 15 Feb 1867, 51; 14, 15 Jan 1872, 22,27(illus.); B 25, 9 Feb 1867, 104

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, APPIAN WAY, NO. 007 & 8
Date: 1867
Nature: 2 semi-detached villas, for John Sibthorpe.
Refs: Perspective view, signed 'William Fogerty Arch. 8 Buckingham Street, Strand, London, WC' and dated 1867 in coll. James Gorry, Molesworth St, Dublin, 1996.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CAPEL STREET, WAREHOUSE (HUGH MOORE & CO)
Date: 1867
Nature: Four story building with pilasters at the ground floor. Not executed. Contractor: Crowe, Dublin. WF sued Moore for recovery of fees, Feb 1868.
Refs: Water colour elevation entitled 'Warehouse designed for Messrs Hugh Moore & Co., Capel Steet, Dublin, 1867. W. Fogerty, Architect.' in collection of John Hart, Holt, Norfolk (information from Rolf Loeber); B 25, 30 Mar 1867, 232; IB 9, 1 Apr 1867, 90; 10, 1 Mar 1868, 58,59; 12, 1 Jan 1870, 4;   Irish Times, 19 Feb 1868;  RHA 1869, no. 226

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, NENAGH, CASTLE STREET, LECTURE HALL
Date: 1867-69
Nature: New hall for Young Men's Literary Association. Site given by Anthony Parker, Castlelough. Tenders sought Nov 1867. Completed and handed over to builidng committee by Feb 1869. Cost: £1,300. Builder: George Moyers.
Refs: IB 9, 15 Aug,1 Nov 1867, 215,287; 11, 15 Feb 1869, 51

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ABBEY STREET LOWER, UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1868
Nature: New church in Geometric Gothic style. Granite with limestone and freestone dressings. FS laid 6 May 1868. Opened 4 Apr 1869. Builder: Crowe & Sons. £4,800.
Refs: IB 9, 15 May 1867, 127; 10, 15 May,15 Aug 1868, 124,125(illus.),197; 11, 15 Apr 1869, 98;  Irish Times, 7 May 1868;  RHA 1868, no. 382;  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 136-7.

Building: CO. WICKLOW, ARKLOW, FERRYBANK, METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1868-69
Nature: Opened May 1869.
Refs: Plan & perspective view, signed 'W. Fogerty, Arch' and dated 1868 in coll. James Gorry, 20 Molesworth St, Dublin, 1996; IB 11, 15 May 1869, 125

Building: ENGLAND, BECKENHAM (KENT), EDEN PARK ESTATE, VILLA
Date: 1869
Nature: By J. & W. Fogerty. 1 of 5 villas, each costing about £4000. Builder: Bracker & Son, Great Ormond St.
Refs: IB 11, 15 Jul 1869, 168(illus.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, VICTORIA STREET, NO. 080 (TOWN HALL & MUNICIPAL OFFICES)
Date: 1869
Nature: Fogerty & Drew competition entrants. Design exh. at RA; |Builder| critic admired 'clever planning of a triangualr site' but thought design was of 'a commonplace Roman type'.
Refs: RHA 1869, nos. 215,219,222,238,391,392; 1877, no. 329; IB 11, 1 May 1869, 104; 12, 1 Jan 1870, 4; B 28, 21 May 1870, 400

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ?, WORKMEN'S HALL
Date: 1869
Nature: Design exh. RHA.
Refs: RHA 1869, no. 212

Building: UNITED STATES, NEW YORK, CHURCH (EPISCOPALIAN)
Date: 1873ca
Nature: New church, described as 'magnificent' in Irish Times.
Refs: Irish Times, 28 May 1878;  IB 20, 1 Jun 1878, 163

Building: CO. CLARE, MOYRIESK HOUSE
Date: 1875
Nature: Rebuilding after fire, for J.F. Vesey Fitzgerald. Tender of J. & J. Hayes (£2,373) accepted Aug 1875.
Refs: IB 17, 1 Jun,15 Aug 1875, 154,221; B 33, 21 Aug 1875, 764

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, JAMES'S STREET, CHURCH OF ST JAMES (CI)
Date: 1876-77
Nature: Restoration of tomb of Sir Toby Butler. Contractor: J. & W. Beckett.
Refs: IB 18, 1 Jun 1876, 167; 19, 1 Jan 1877, 13

Building: CO. WEXFORD, KYLE COURT
Date: 1877-9
Nature: Farm offices, for T.H. Revington. Builder: Redmond, Wexford. £2165.
Refs: IAA, PKS B06a/70, B08/21, A06 (Mar 1879); IB 19, 1 Jul 1877, 197

Building: UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (DC), PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Date: 1877a
Nature: Design exh. at RHA.
Refs: RHA 1877, no. 318

Building: CO. CLARE, BALLYKILTY HOUSE (QUIN)
Date: 1878
Nature: House to be rebuilt for John Blood. Builder: Cavanagh, Limerick (£1856).
Refs: IB 20, 1 May 1878, 141

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, STRAND HOUSE
Date: 1878
Nature: Adds. & alts. for Mrs Gabbett.
Refs: IB 20, 1 Feb 1878, 44

Building: CO. LIMERICK, ?, METHODIST CHURCH
Date: ?
Nature: Small hall, E. English style, with entrance porch on S side.
Refs: Perspective view in Hill Collection, Cork Museum, ref. G301 (photocopy in IAA, R.P.B.19.2)

Building: CO. LIMERICK, RATHRONAN, SMITH O'BRIEN MAUSOLEUM
Date: ?
Nature: -
Refs: IB 20, 1 Jun 1878, 163

Author Title Date Details
Fogerty, William 'The architecture of ancient Egypt' 1866 DB 8, 15 Feb 1866, 45; RIAI Sessional Papers 1863-4 to 1869-70, Session 1865-66, 25. (Paper read to RIAI, 18 Jan 1866.)
Fogerty, William 'On the planning of lunatic asylums' 1867 Paper read to RIAI, published in IB 9, 15 Feb 1867, 39.
Fogerty, William 'Notes of an Architectural Tour in Italy in the Autumn of 1869' 1870 IB 12, 1,15 May,1 Jun,1 Jul 1870, 100,115,126,147; RIAI Sessional papers 1863-4 to 1869-70, Sessional Papers 1869-70, 23; (Paper read to RIAI on 21 Apr 1870.)
Fogerty, William 'On some differences between British and American architectural practice' 1875 IB 17, 1,15 Mar 1875, 68-69,82-84. (Paper read to New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, 1 Dec 1874.)
Fogerty, William 'On the condition and prospects of architecture in the United States' 1875 IB 17, 15 May,1 Jun 1875, 132-134,146-147. (Paper read to RIAI, 15 Apr 1875.)
Fogerty, William 'Hints from American practice' 1876 IB 18, 1,15 Feb 1876, 34-35,47;B 34, 26 Feb 1876, 189-191; Architect 15, 26 Feb 1876, 126-7. (Paper read to AAI, 27 Jan 1876.)
Fogerty, William 'The past and present of architecture in Ireland' 1876 B 34, 16,23 Dec 1876, 1223-4,1238-9; IB 15 Dec 1876, 359-361; Architect 16, 23 Dec 1876, 371. (Paper read to AAI, 7 Dec 1876.)
Simonin, L. 'The City of New York'. 1876 IB 18, 1,15 Sep,1,15 Oct,1 Nov 1876, 252-5,267-8,292-3,304-5,317-8. (Translation with notes of article(s) by M.L. Simenon in Revue des Deux Mondes.)