Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Civil engineer, of Limerick. John Fogerty was a brother of JOSEPH FOGERTY[1]  JOSEPH FOGERTY[1] and the father of JOSEPH FOGERTY[2] JOSEPH FOGERTY[2] and WILLIAM FOGERTY WILLIAM FOGERTY , with whom he was in partnership in Limerick circa 1855-1863 as JOHN FOGERTY & JOHN FOGERTY & amp; SON[1]. He is listed in I. Slater's National Commercial Directory of Ireland (1846) as a millwright and engineer, and in the 1856 edition of the same directory as an architect, builder, millwright and engineer.(1) In the 1870 directory he is described as an architect and in Bassett's Limerick City Directory for 1879 as a retired architect.  See also JOHN FOGERTY [1]. JOHN FOGERTY [1].

Addresses:(2) Roches Street, 1846; 24 Catherine Street, 1856; 97 George Street, 1870; 27 Catherine Street, 1879.





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(1) Information extracted from Limerick City directories by Michael Maguire, Limerick City Library.
(2) See note 1, above.


1 work entries listed in chronological order for FOGERTY, JOHN [2]


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Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, CUSTOM HOUSE (PROPOSED)
Date: 1849
Nature: 'Mr John Fogarty' prepares plans for new custom house to be erected on site of Mountkennett mills, for Commissioners of Customs.
Refs: Architect & Building Operative 2, 3 Jan 1850, 11