Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of Cavan and Dublin. William Hague was born in January or February 1836,(1) the eldest of five sons of WILLIAM HAGUE[1] WILLIAM HAGUE[1] , builder, of Cavan, by his wife, Catherine.(2)   According to a letter which he wrote to Sister Mary Francis Clare Cusack in 1882, he was a pupil of CHARLES BARRY  CHARLES BARRY and spent four years in Barry's office.(3) After practising briefly as an architect in Cavan, he opened an office at 175 Great Brunswick Street, Dublin, in 1861.(4) He established a flourishing practice, particularly as a prolific designer of Catholic churches, designing or altering some forty to fifty throughout the country.(5)  Architect to Armagh cathedral during the 1880s and 1890s, when he went to Rome to select marbles for the building, he was granted a private audience with Pope Leo XIII, who 'imposed upon him an injunction to make such choice as would be worthy of the Cathedral of St Patrick's See'.(6)   His pupils and assistants included HARRY ALLBERRY HARRY ALLBERRY , THOMAS WILLIAM BARRY. DENIS JOSEPH BUCKLEY THOMAS WILLIAM BARRY. DENIS JOSEPH BUCKLEY , JAMES LOUIS DONNELLY JAMES LOUIS DONNELLY , JOSEPH KELLY FREEMAN JOSEPH KELLY FREEMAN , WILLIAM RICHARD GLEAVE WILLIAM RICHARD GLEAVE , HERBERT AUGUSTINE KEATE GRIBBLE  HERBERT AUGUSTINE KEATE GRIBBLE (designer of the Brompton Oratory), WILLIAM HARRISON HARGRAVE WILLIAM HARRISON HARGRAVE , THOMAS EDWARD HUDMAN THOMAS EDWARD HUDMAN , THOMAS ALOYSIUS BURKE LOWEY THOMAS ALOYSIUS BURKE LOWEY , THOMAS FRANCIS MCNAMARA THOMAS FRANCIS MCNAMARA , ARNOLD MITCHELL ARNOLD MITCHELL (7) and GEORGE PATRICK SHERIDAN.  GEORGE PATRICK SHERIDAN.

Hague had become a JP for Co. Cavan by 1885.(8) He died of pneumonia at his house in Upper Mount Street on 22 March 1899 and was buried at Glasnevin Cemetery on 25 March.(9) He was survived by his wife, Anne Frances, only daughter of Vesey Daly, solicitor, of Dublin, whom he had married at St Michan's church on 26 April 1876(10) and by whom he had two sons, William Vesey, the writer and philosopher, and Joseph Patrick Clifford, and four daughters.(11)  After her husband's death, Mrs Hague formed a partnership with his managing assistant, Thomas Francis McNamara,(12) which practised as HAGUE & HAGUE & amp; MCNAMARA  MCNAMARA until at least 1907.

The Irish Architectural Archive holds undated drawings by Hague for proposed additions to the Catholic church at Newbridge, Co. Kildare, in the Carberry Collection, Acc. 85/200.10/1, for a roof at the Convent of Mercy, Athy, Co. Kildare in the Carberry Collection, Acc. 85/200.17/3, for the Church of the Sacred Heat at Stradbally, Co. Laois, Acc. 95/111, and for Sligo Town Hall, Acc. 2004/128. There are also unidentified, undated plans for a large, unidentified church with a spire and tower in the W.H. Byrne & Son drawings collection, Acc. 2006/42, filed with drawings for St Patrick's Catholic pro-cathedral in Dundalk.

RIAI: elected fellow, 21 May 1863;(13) auditor, 1870.(14)
RSAI: elected member, 5 Oct 1864, proposed by David Fielding Joyce.(15)

Addresses:(16) Work: 175 Great Brunswick St & Cavan 1861-1872;(17) 44 Westland Row & Cavan, 1872-1877;(18) 44 Westland Row, 1879;(19) 40 Dawson Street, 1889-81;(20)  62 Dawson St, 1881-1887; 50 Dawson St, 1888 until death.
Home: 21 Upper Mount Street, 1879-1885; 21 Upper Mount St & Kilnacrott House, Ballyjamesduff, Co. Cavan, 1886 until death.(21)

See WORKS.



References

All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 682-684. Ciaran Parker, Loughaveema, Earlsvale Road, Cavan, is preparing a booklet on Hague. Additional information about Hague's marriage and children was communicated by Hugh Casement, Belfast, Jun 2011.


(1) According to the records of Glasnevin Cemetery, he was fifty-nine when he died; however Cavan parish registers record the baptism in February 1836 of William Hague, son of William and Catherine Hague.
(2) DB 5, 1 Sep 1863, 146.
(3) Our Lady's Shrine, Knock, Archive, Cusack-Cavanagh Papers, no. 139 (photocopy in IAA, courtesy of John Kirwan).
(4) He is described as of Cavan in DB 3, 15 Dec 1861, 712, but as of Great Brunswick St in DB 4, 1 Oct 1862, 255.
(5) See WORKS. In his letter of 27 Jul 1882 to Sister Mary Francis Clare Cusack (see note 3, above) he states that he has had 'over forty churches and a dozen Convents' in his charge. 
(6) Irish Times, 22 Aug 1899.
(7) IB 46, 24 Sep 1904, 613.
(8) According to Jones's transcripts from Thom's directories, he is described as JP for Co. Cavan in the 1885 edition only.
(9) W.J. Fitzpatrick, History of the Dublin Catholic Cemeteries (1900), 217.
(10) Anglo-Celt, 28 Apr 1876.
(11) Inscription on gravestone in Glasnevin cemetery. Two daughters, Kathleen and Anne Edith Mary are buried in the same plot.
(12) IB 44, 19 Jun 1902, 1208; this report of the case of Hague v. Hague mentions that the Hagues' daughter Kathleen was a nun at Roehampton in England and refers to Joseph Hague as being at sea.
(13) RIAI council meeting minutes, 8 May 1863, 5; general meeting minutes, 21 May 1863, 127.
(14) RIAI Sessional Papers 1863-4-1869-70, list of members.
(15) JRSAI 8(1864-66), 173.
(16) From Jones's transcripts from Thom's directories unless otherwise stated.
(17) See note 3, above.
(18) IB 14,1 Dec 1872, 316.
(19) IB 21, 1 Nov 1879, 344.
(20) Irish Times, 1 July 1881, 3.
(21) William Hague[1] acquired Kilnacrott but neither he nor his son appear actually to have lived in it (see Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 488).


169 work entries listed in chronological order for HAGUE, WILLIAM [2]


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Building: CO. CAVAN, ASHFIELD LODGE (COOTEHILL)
Date: 1853
Nature: WH writes to Col. H.T. Clements, 1853 about new offices for Ashfield.
Refs: A.P.W. Malcomson, The Clements Archive (Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission, 2010), 629.

Building: CO. CAVAN, BELTURBET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1857
Nature: New church in Gothic style designed by 'Mr William Hague, Jun., of Cavan' FS laid by Lord Lanesborough, who donated site, 20 Aug 1857 1857, when side walls had 'been raised nearly the full height'. Cost: £600. Contractor: James McClean, Belturbet.
Refs: Armagh Guardian, 28 Aug 1857; Anglo-Celt. 12 Sep 1857

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, BALLYBAY, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1857-59;1871
Nature: Proposals invited July 1857. Premiums of £5 and £2 offered. FS laid Nov 1859. Building superintended by George Burnett. Tenders invited for completion of tower and erection of spire, 1871.
Refs: Dundalk Democrat. 25 Jul, 7 Nov 1857, 10 Feb 1871; B 15, 8 Aug 1857, 449; 16, 27 Mar 1858, 214; 17, 17 Dec 1859, 830; DB 1, 1 Dec 1859, 165; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 689-690(illus.);  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 153.

Building: CO. CAVAN, COOTEHILL, BANK (NOW ALLIED IRISH)
Date: 1859
Nature: Listed as attribution by Harron, but cf. Provincial Bank.
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 732

Building: CO. CAVAN, CAVAN, FARNHAM STREET, METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1859
Nature: New church 'erected at the sole expense of William Heel, Esq, JP' (i.e. William Smith JP, of Drumheel House, Cavan?).      
Refs: B 16, 10 Jul 1858, 470;  DB 5, 1 Jun 1863, 96;  Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 728;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 251.

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, BALLYBAY, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1859-78
Nature: New church begun to designs by WH, 1859. Contractor: George Burnett.  Completion of tower, erection of spire and other works, 1877-8. Also parochial house?
Refs: Dundalk Democrat, 10 Feb 1877;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 153-4.

Building: CO. CAVAN, BUTLERSBRIDGE, CHURCH OF ST AIDAN (RC)
Date: 1861
Nature: New church in Early Pointed Gothic style at S end of town immediately fronting main street. Contractor: William Hague[1].  Nave, aisles, transepts indicated by gables rising from aisle walls, chapels, apsidal chancel. Ded. 14 Jun 1863. (Stained-glass window in chancel by unknown artist erected in chancel, 1869, see IB 11, 1 Jun 1869, 129.)
Refs: DB 3, 15 Dec 1861, 712; 4, 15 Oct 1862, 48; 5, 1 Jun 1863, 97; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 691-694(illus.);  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 210, Pl.83.

Building: CO. CAVAN, CAVAN, FARNHAM STREET, PROTESTANT HALL
Date: 1862
Nature: WH's plans not executed?
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 730

Building: CO. CAVAN, CAVAN, PROVINCIAL BANK
Date: 1862
Nature: New 3-storey, Italian renaissance style branch bank with stucco front.
Refs: Signed drawing dated June 1862 in AIB drawings collection;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 254.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, BISHOP STREET, CATHEDRAL OF ST FINN BARRE (CI)
Date: 1862
Nature: Competition entrant. Design exh. at architectural exhibition (where?), 1865.
Refs: DB 7, 15 Jul 1865, 173

Building: CO. DOWN, ROSTREVOR, ANCHORAGE
Date: 1862
Nature: Tenders invited for carrying out sundry works at same.
Refs: Irish Times, 12 Aug 1862; DB 4, 15 Aug 1862, 214

Building: CO. CAVAN, KILLESHANDRA, CHURCH OF ST BRIDGET (RC)
Date: 1862
Nature: New church in French Gothic style, with tower and spire, built of local stone with limestone dressings; 'considerable progress reported by Oct 1862. Clerk of Works: J. Higgins. No builder employed. Stained glass by Mssrs. Casey, Dublin.
Refs: Watercolour perspective view (for reproduction in IB? and B) in NLI (bought Mealy's Auctioneers, Dec 2008, Lot 1101);  DB 4, 1 Oct 1862, 255(illus.); B 16, 18 Sep 1858, 638; 20, 15 Nov 1862, 822(illus.); Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 694-695(illus.);  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 376.

Building: CO. CAVAN, CAVAN, MOYNE HALL
Date: 1862
Nature: Two-storey villa for James Fay on site of Plantation castle. Contractor: George Buchanan.
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 259-60.

Building: CO. CAVAN, CORICK, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1863
Nature: New church.
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 695-6(illus.);  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 557.

Building: CO. CAVAN, MOYNEHALL, CHURCH
Date: 1863
Nature: Works at same, or new church? Contractor: George Buchanan.(Is this really a reference to Moynehall House, q.v., as there is now no church at Moynehall.)
Refs: Anglo-Celt, 21 Mar 1863.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GRANGEGORMAN, RICHMOND PENITENTIARY
Date: 1863
Nature: Wins 3rd prize of £10 in competition for alts. & adds. to female penitentiary. (Competition announced May, 1863, see Freeman's Journal, 16 May 1863.)
Refs: Irish Times, 20 Oct 1863.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GRANGEGORMAN, RICHMOND PENITENTIARY
Date: 1863
Nature: Wins 3rd prize of £10 in competition for alts. & adds. to female penitentiary. (Competition announced May, 1863, see Freeman's Journal, 16 May 1863.)
Refs: Irish Times, 20 Oct 1863.

Building: CO. CAVAN, STAGHALL (BELTURBET), CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1863
Nature: Addition of chancel to existing church of 1846 'possibly by William Hague'.
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 197-8.

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, CLOONEY TERRACE (WATERSIDE), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1863-1866
Nature: WH wins competition (premium £20) for designing church and manse. FS laid 12 Aug 1864. Opened 5 Mar 1866. Builder: Alexander McElwee.
Refs: DB 5, 1 Apr,1 Sep 1863, 63,146-7; B 21, 15 Aug 1863, 584; 24, 24 Mar 1866, 217; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 388;  ILLUS. IN Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 206.


Building: CO. CAVAN, KINGSCOURT, BETHEL CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1864
Nature: -
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 728

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUN LAOGHAIRE, PARK ROAD, BETHEL CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1864
Nature: Proposed new church. WH wins competition out of 16 competitors. (Design not executed.)
Refs: Irish Times, 30 Jan 1864; General Advertiser, 6 Feb 1864; DB 6, 1,15 Apr 1864, 53,61,70

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, O'CONNELL STREET LOWER, O'CONNELL MONUMENT
Date: 1864-1865
Nature: Entrant in 1st competition with design consisting of base, niche or shrine containing statue, surmounted by lantern 'with statuary introduced'. Motto: 'Derrynane Abbey'.
Refs: Freeman's Journal, 18 Feb 1865.


Building: CO. SLIGO, SLIGO, QUAY STREET, TOWN HALL
Date: 1864-1872
Nature: WH wins competition (advertised Jun-Jul 1864) with design in 'modern Italian style'. FS laid 12 Oct 1865. Contractors: Crowe Bros, Gt Brunswick St (£6,863) Clerk of works: James Caldwell.  Completion delayed until 1870s. First meeting of Corporation held in unfinished building, Jul 1872.
Refs: 4 signed undated drawings in IAA, Acc. 2004/128; General Advertiser, 4 Jun 1864; DB 6, 15 Aug 1864, 166; 7, 15 Oct 1865, 250; IB 12, 1 Mar 1870, 52(illus.); 14, 1 Jan 1872, 1; B 22, 20 Aug,17 Sep 1864, 619,690; 23, 19 Aug,28 Oct 1865, 596,769; William Gregory Wood Martin, History of Sligo, county and town, from the earliest ages to the close of the reign of Queen Elizabeth (to the present time) (Dublin, 1882-92), III, 154;  Terence O'Rorke, History of Sligo (1889), 396;  Tadhg Kilgannon, Sligo and its surroundings (Sligo, 1926), 143;  City Hall, Sligo, Ireland, pamphlet [1999].

Building: CO. CAVAN, BALLINAGH, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1865-69
Nature: Proposed enlargement and addition of spire. Tenders invited Apr 1865.
Refs: DB 7, 1 Apr 1865, 96; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 729

Building: CO. CORK, BANTRY BAY (NEAR), HOUSE
Date: 1866
Nature: Agent's house to be built for Lord Charles Pelham Clinton at cost of £1,220.
Refs: DB 8, 1 Apr 1866, 93

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, BAKER'S PLACE, CLOCK TOWER (TAIT MEMORIAL)
Date: 1866
Nature: WH competition entrant. Exhibits design at RIAI conversazione, Dec 1869.
Refs: IB 12, 1 Jan 1870, 4

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, EMATRIS, CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1866
Nature: New church.  Tenders sought for erecting same, 1866.
Refs: Freeman's Journal, 8,11,15,18,26 Jun 1866; DB 8,15 Jun 1866, 161;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 523.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, WILTON PLACE, PEMBROKE ESTATE RENT OFFICES
Date: 1866
Nature: New rent offices, for Earl of Pembroke. Builder: J.H. Askins. £2,250.
Refs: DB 8, 1 Apr 1866, 93

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUN LAOGHAIRE, MARINE ROAD, TOWN HALL & COURT HOUSE
Date: 1866
Nature: Competition entrant. Exhibits designs at RIAI conversazione, 16 Dec 1869.
Refs: IB 12, 1 Jan 1870, 4

Building: CO. CAVAN, TEMPLEPORT, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1866-68
Nature: New church in memory of 'the well-known controversialist' Fr. Thomas Maguire, Ballinamore. Cost: £3,500. 3 Caen stone altars with inlaid spars & crystals. Contractor: Hugh Kelly, Granard. Carving by Sibthorpe & Son, Dublin.
Refs: General Advertiser, 17 Feb 1866; DB 8, 1 Apr 1866, 93; IB 10, 15 Mar 1868, 68,69(illus; original of this perspective view is in collection of Rachel Blissett, Amport, Hampshire)

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, RIVERSDALE
Date: 1866-68
Nature: Extensive alts & adds, including new wing, for William Archdall. (Demolished)
Refs: General Advertiser, 12 May 1866 (tenders); IB 10, 15 Mar 1868, 74

Building: CO. CAVAN, KILNAVART (TEMPLEPORT), CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION (RC)
Date: 1866-68
Nature: New church, built as memorial to the late Fr. Tom Maguire of Ballinamore. Builder: Hugh Kelly, Granard. Eventual cost in region of £3,500. Dedicated 19 Apr 1868.
Refs: DB 8, 1 Apr 1866, 93; IB 10, 15 Mar 1868, 68,69(illus. with engraved perspective view after original drawing in collection of Rachel Blissett, Amport, Hampshire (2008, photograph in IAA); Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 697-699(illus.);  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 552.

Building: CO. LONGFORD, CURRYGRANE HOUSE
Date: 1866;1868
Nature: Extensive alts. & adds. (1866) and new billiard room (1868), for James Wilson, JP. Builder: Hugh Kelly, Granard.
Refs: DB 8, 1 Apr 1866, 93IB 10, 15 Mar 1868, 74

Building: CO. CAVAN, KILLYGARRY, CHURCH OF ST BRIGID (RC)
Date: 1867
Nature: New Gothic Revival church. Contractor: Wiiliam Hague[1].
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 260.

Building: CO. CAVAN, MILLTOWN (BELTURBET), CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1868
Nature: New church with tall belfry.  Dedicated 31 Apr 1868. Builder: Hugh Kelly, Granard.
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 702-3(illus)

Building: CO. CAVAN, DRUMALEE (BELTURBET), CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1868
Nature: Dedicated 6 Sep 1868.
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 700-701(illus.)

Building: CO. CAVAN, DRUMBAR LODGE
Date: 1868
Nature: Adds. for Lord Farnham in progress.
Refs: IB 10, 15 Mar 1868, 74

Building: CO. CAVAN, BALLYMACHUGH, PAROCHIAL HOUSE
Date: 1868
Nature: New.
Refs: IB 10, 15 Mar 1868, 74

Building: CO. CAVAN, DROMKEEN HOUSE
Date: 1868
Nature: Remodelling 'nearing completion', for Llewellyn Traherne Bassett Saunderson.
Refs: IB 10, 15 Mar 1868, 74;  Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 730.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, HARRINGTON STREET, CHURCH OF ST KEVIN (RC)
Date: 1868
Nature: WH competition entrant.
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 729

Building: CO. LOUTH, ARDEE, FILGATE HALL (PROPOSED)
Date: 1869
Nature: Competition entrant.
Refs: P.J. Geraghty, A Heritage in Stone: the life and career of architect John Murray (1994), 51

Building: CO. CAVAN, SWANLINBAR, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1869
Nature: Plans being prepared. Architect: William Hague. To cost £3,000.
Refs: IB 11, 15 Aug 1869, 195

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, STREETE, BOHERQUILL, CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1869
Nature: Alts. & enlargement, including new chapel and sacristy.
Refs: IB 11, 15 Aug 1869, 195; Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 489.

Building: CO. CAVAN, CAVAN, ST PATRICK'S DIOCESAN COLLEGE
Date: 1869
Nature: New diocesan college, replacing St Augustine's Seminary. For Dr Conaty, Lord Bishop of Kilmore. FS laid 27 May 1871. £17,000. Contractor: James Smith, Carrick Villa, Stradone. (According to Mulligan the contractor was William Hague[1].)
Refs: Entire set of drawings for college by WH in W.H. Byrne & Son collection; IB 11, 15 Aug 1869, 195; inscription on trowel presented to Cardinal Cullen at FS laying ceremony (transcript in Jones files); Book of Kilmore Cathedral (RIA, 1947), 74; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 719-721(illus.);  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 259.

Building: CO. LOUTH, ARDEE, TOWN HALL
Date: 1869
Nature: WH competition entrant. Exhibits design at RIAI conversazione, Dec 1869.
Refs: IB 12, 1 Jan 1870, 4; P.J. Geraghty, 'Urban improvement and the erection of municipal buildings in County Louth during the eithteenth and nineteenth centuries', County Louth Archaeological and Historical Journal 23, no. 3 (1995), 300.

Building: CO. CAVAN, BALLINAGH, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1869
Nature: New church.
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 184.

Building: CO. CAVAN, KINGSCOURT, CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION (RC)
Date: 1869
Nature: Large new cruciform church with square tower, replacing pre-Emancipation chapel, E front of which retained as gateway.  Contractor:  Hugh Kelly, Granard.
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 401.

Building: CO. CAVAN, KINGSCOURT, CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION (RC)
Date: 1869-1872(1878?
Nature: New church. Ded. 25 Jul 1869. Opened 1872. Builder: Hugh Kelly, Granard. £5,000.
Refs: Dundalk Democrat, 25 Jul 1864; 25, ? Jul 1869; 16 Jun 1877; IB 11, 15 Aug 1869, 195; 14, 15 Nov,1,15 Dec 1872, 309,316,342; Architect 8, 31 Aug 1872,123 (says consecrated 1872); B 36, 12 Oct 1878, 1058 (says consecrated 1878)

Building: CO. CAVAN, BALLYJAMESDUFF, CONVENT OF MERCY
Date: 1869-70
Nature: Alts. & adds.
Refs: Information from Ciaran Parker, citing A. Leaden, 'The Sisters of Mercy in Kilmore, 1868-1968', Breifne (1970), 566-7

Building: CO. MEATH, RATOATH, PAROCHIAL HOUSE
Date: 1869-74
Nature: New house, for Father John Fulham. Built with loan of £1,000 from Board of Works
Refs: IB 11, 15 Aug 1869, 195; Rev.J. Brady, A Short History of the parishes of the diocese of Meath 1867-1944, 35; Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 461

Building: CO. CAVAN, KINGSCOURT, TOWN HALL
Date: 1870
Nature: Design for same. (Competition entrant?)
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 731

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, MULLINGAR, BISHOP'S HOUSE
Date: 1871
Nature: WH wins competition. (Competition announced, Mar 1871.)
Refs: IB 13, 15 Jun 1871, 151; Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 418; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 721-722

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, THOMAS STREET, NO. 119-122
Date: 1871-1875
Nature: New 7-bay, 3-storey building in granite and brick for Patrick McCabe Fay (wholesale grocer) and and William F. Moloney on site of the Yellow Lion Inn (No. 119) and adjacent shops and tenements.  Builders: M. Gahan & Son.  Ornamental castings: McFarlane Smith & Co. Plumber & gasfitter: William Daniel, Mary St.
Refs: Irish Times, 22 Feb 1875 (which contains detailed description of building);  Freeman's Journal, 21 Sep 1886;  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005) 671;  information from Audrey MacCready, Nov 2013.

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, HILTON PARK
Date: 1872-75
Nature: Extensive alts., portico, refacing of exterior, excavation of ground round basement, &c., for John Madden.
Refs: Set of signed drawings, some dated or postmaked 1872,1873, 1874, at Hilton Park (photographs and handlist in IAA);   letters from WH to John Madden, 1872-75 in Madden MSS in PRONI D3465/J/20 (see PRONI e-catalogue); Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 153; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 722-726(illus.);  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 352-356, Pl.99.

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, MONAGHAN, MARKET SQUARE, WESTENRA ARMS
Date: 1872p
Nature: New hotel. For 4th Baron Rossmore.
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 477.

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, CROM CASTLE (NEWTOWNBUTLER)
Date: 1873;1890
Nature: Addition of extra storey to N wing, 1873. New maids' bedrooms in attic of main block (date?).  New billiard room, 1890. For John Henry Crichton, 3rd Earl Erne.
Refs: PRONI E-catlogue, http://applications.proni.gov.uk/LL_DCAL_PRONI_ECATNI/ResultDetails.aspx, last visited, Nov 2011;  Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 732.

Building: CO. MEATH, CULMULLIN, CHURCH OF ST MARTIN (RC)
Date: 1875-78
Nature: Polychrome Gothic. FS 1875. Dedicated 1 Sep 1878. Builder: Hall & Son. Stained glass by Early & Powell; altar by Neill & Co.
Refs: B 36, 26 Oct 1878, 1130; Rev. J. Brady, Short History of the Diocese of Meath 1867-1944, 18; Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 283; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 704-705(illus.)

Building: CO. OFFALY, BANAGHER, CHURCH OF ST RENAGH (RC)
Date: 1875a
Nature: Gothic tower and spire 'lately erected' to designs of wH.
Refs: T.L. Cooke, The Early History of Birr (1875), 326

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, KINAWLEY, CHURCH OF ST NAILE (RC)
Date: 1876
Nature: New church. Gothic. For Rev. Peter Whelan, PP (1867-76)
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 729; http://www.kinawleyparish.com/virtualtour.cfm

Building: CO. WICKLOW, WICKLOW, ST MARY'S CONVENT (DOMINICAN)
Date: 1876
Nature: Proposed new convent buildings incorporating existing villa occupied by nuns. Proposed L-shaped chapel embracing rear and side of villa, with adjoining cell block and school adjoining far end of cell block.   FS of new convent laid, 1876. (Not clear how much, if any, of Hague's design was executed.)
Refs: Undated drawings formerly in office archives of W.H. Byrne & Son;  Rev. M. Clarke, Wicklow Parish 1844-1944, 30.

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, KILLUCAN, PAROCHIAL HOUSE
Date: 1876
Nature: New parochial house for Rev. Richard J. Kelsh, PP. Tenders invited, Mar 1876. Loan of £1,000 from Board of Works, 17 Oct 1876. (Not built until 1880?)
Refs: Freeman's Journal, 25 Mar 1876;  Rev. J. Brady, A short history of the parishes of the diocese of Meath, 1867-1944, ?

Building: CO. KILDARE, CLANE, CHURCH OF SS PATRICK & BRIGID (RC)
Date: 1876-1884
Nature: New church in Gothic style with nave aisles and sacristy. FS laid Sep 1876. Dedicated 24 Aug 1884. (Attr. to Goldie & Child by Kennedy.)
Refs: IB 18, 15 Sep 1876, 277; 26, 1 Sep 1884, 265; Thomas P. Kennedy, 'Church Building', History of Irish Catholicism, Vol. 5 (1970), 32;  John McEvoy, ed., The Churches of Kildare and Leighlin 2000 AD (Strasbourg: Editions du Signe, 2000), 124.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, KEADY, ST CLARE'S CONVENT
Date: 1877
Nature: Tenders invited for erection of new convent.
Refs: Freeman's Journal, 24,29 Jan,7 Feb 1877

Building: CO. LEITRIM, CARRICK-ON-SHANNON, MORTUARY CHAPEL
Date: 1877
Nature: Tenders invited for erecting mortuary chapel for Edward Costello, Carrick-on-Shannon.
Refs: Freeman's Journal, 17,18,19 Dec 1877.

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, ARDAGHY, CHURCH OF ST MICHAEL (RC)
Date: 1877
Nature: Small Gothic church with bellcote.
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 283.

Building: CO. WICKLOW, BARNDARRIG, CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1877-1880
Nature: Improvements, including windows, 3 new altars, apse, sacristy & new porch, for Rev. Michael Molony, PP. . Tenders invited, Apr 1877. Dedicated 6 Jun 1880. Cost: £2,500.
Refs: Priced bill of quantities for external plastering, May 1878, in IAA, PKS B08/08; Freeman's Journal, 30 Apr 1877;  IB 19, 1 May 1877, 133; Clonliffe College Archive, MS p1/2; inscription on lintel of E entrance, in B.J. Cantwell, Memorials of the Dead: SE Wicklow (1873-75), 48

Building: CO. OFFALY, BANAGHER, CHURCH OF ST RENAGH (RC)
Date: 1878
Nature: New high altar, side altar and communion rail.
Refs: B 36, 5 Oct 1878, 1051

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, SEA ROAD, CHURCH OF ST IGNATIUS (RC, JESUIT)
Date: 1878
Nature: New altar.
Refs: B 36, 5 Oct 1878, 1051

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, MILLTOWN (MULLINGAR), CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1878
Nature: Tenders invited 'for Enlarging, Reroofing and Improving' church, for Rev. Peter Fegan, PP.
Refs: Freeman's Journal, 11,18 May 1878.

Building: CO. LONGFORD, ARDAGH, CHURCH OF ST BRIGID (RC)
Date: 1878-81
Nature: New Gothic church for Very Rev. James Reynolds, PP; 'well massed and richly ornamented' (Casey & Rowan). Tenders invited, Feb-Mar 1878.
Refs: Freeman's Journal, 27,28 Feb,1,2,4-8 Mar 1878;  Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 111; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 705,707-709(illus.)

Building: CO. WICKLOW, ARKLOW, CONVENT OF MERCY
Date: 1879
Nature: FS laid 5 Oct 1879.
Refs: Inscription on trowel used at laying of FS presented to Dr McCabe, Archbishop of Dublin (transcript in Jones files)

Building: CO. CARLOW, CARLOW, ST PATRICK'S COLLEGE
Date: 1879
Nature: New wing at S end, connected to old building by closed cloister intended to serve as play hall. FS laid in summer of 1879.
Refs: B 37, 9 Aug 1879, 898

Building: CO. KILDARE, MAYNOOTH, ST PATRICK'S COLLEGE
Date: 1879
Nature: New buildings on site of wing destroyed by fire in Nov 1878. Builder: Hammond & Co., Drogheda. £9,000.
Refs: IB 21, 1 Nov 1879, 344

Building: CO. KILDARE, MONASTEREVIN, CHURCH OF SS PETER & PAUL (RC)
Date: 1880
Nature: New church completed. 3 altars consecrated 12 Sep 1880.. Builder: Harris, Monasterevan.
Refs: IB 22, 15 Sep 1880, 261

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MALAHIDE ROAD, NO. 057 (O'BRIEN INSTITUTE)
Date: 1880
Nature: Entrant in limited competition.
Refs: IB 22, 1 May 1880, 131

Building: CO. KILDARE, ATHY, CHURCH OF ST MICHAEL (RC)
Date: 1880;1881;1883;
Nature: Roof, 1880; windows, 1883; tower, 1886; 3 marble altars, 1886.
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, MS p1/2

Building: CO. LOUTH, DROGHEDA, WEST STREET, CHURCH OF ST PETER (RC, NEW)
Date: 1881
Nature: WH wins second prize in competition for rebuilding church
Refs: Church records (information from Patrick Carr)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CIRCULAR ROAD NORTH (PHIBSBOROUGH), CHURCH OF ST PETER (RC)
Date: 1881
Nature: Tenders invited for 'taking down and removal of a Terrace of Houses, and for building a New Boundary Wall along the South[sic] Circular Road, and other works in connection with same'. For Very Rev. J. McBride, superior.
Refs: Irish Times, 26 Feb 1881, 8.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, O'CONNELL STREET LOWER, NO. 021-27 (MCSWINEY & CO.)
Date: 1881
Nature: Remodelling and extension, incorporating part of Imperial Hotel site. New warehouse extending from back of Impreial Hotel to Nrelson Lane.. Builder: Joseph Kelly. Work completed Apr 1881.
Refs: Irish Times, 21 Apr 1881, 3.

Building: CO. WICKLOW, RATHNEW, CHURCH OF ST JOSEPH (RC)
Date: 1881-82
Nature: New chapel-of-ease in parish of St Patrick's, Wicklow. Architect 'Haig, Dublin' .
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive MS p1/2

Building: CO. CAVAN, BALLYJAMESDUFF, CONVENT OF POOR CLARES
Date: 1881-83
Nature: New convent and schools. (Now County Museum, 2014.)
Refs: Drawings and correspondence in possession of the nuns at Ballyjamesduff before convent was closed (information from Ciaran Parker, citing G. Brady, 'The Poor Clares in Ballyjamesduff' in The Ring Fort Annual (1993)); Dundalk Democrat, 19 Feb 1881;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 171-2.

Building: CO. MAYO, KNOCK, ST JOSEPH'S CONVENT, SCHOOL & INDUSTRIAL TRAINING HOUSE
Date: 1881-84
Nature: Proposed new Poor Clare convent and schools for Sister Mary Francis Clare Cusack (ie Margaret Anna Cusack, 'The Nun of Kenmare') . Building abandoned before completion.. Builder: Joseph Clarence, Ballisodare.
Refs: Elevation of entrance front from an architectural journal (engraved by Sprague & Co., London) inscr. 'William Hague, archt' , 3 lettersfrom Hague to Sister Mary Francis Clare Cusack, Jul 1882-Jan 1884, and letter from Joseph Clarence to same in Our Lady's Shrine, Knock, Archive, Cusack-Cavanagh Papers, nos. 139,141 (photocopies in IAA, courtesy of John Kirwan); B 44, 24 Mar 1883, 397;  Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 731.

Building: CO. CARLOW, CARLOW, TOWN HALL & MARKET
Date: 1881;1884-86
Nature: Contract first given to Breslau(?) Bros( £2,243) but given in 1884 to Wm. Connolly & Son, Dominick St, Dublin (£2,327), who carried out the work, completed early 1886..
Refs: IB 23, 15 Apr 1881, 127; 26, 15 Dec 1884, 377; 28, 1 Apr 1886, 106

Building: CO. MAYO, KILKELLY (BALLYHAUNIS), DISPENSARY RESIDENCE
Date: 1882
Nature: 'I am now quite close to Ballyhaunis (at Kilkelly, Co. Mayo) carrying out a Dispensary Residence &c.' (William Hague to Sister Mary Francis Clare Cusack, 27 Jul 1882).
Refs: Our Lady's Shrine, Knock, Archive, Cusack-Cavanagh Papers, no. 139 (photocopy in IAA, courtesy of John Kirwan).

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, PRESENTATION ROAD, CHURCH OF ST JOSEPH (RC)
Date: 1882-1886
Nature: New Gothic church, for Rev. Patrick Lally, PP.  FS laid, 22 Apr 1882. Built in limestone by direct labour. Dedicated, 7 Feb 1886.
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 729;  Tom May, Churches of Galway, Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora (Galway, 2000), 144-145(illus.).

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, PRESENTATION ROAD, CHURCH OF ST JOSEPH (RC)
Date: 1882-1886
Nature: New Gothic church, for Rev. Patrick Lally, PP.  FS laid, 22 Apr 1882. Built in limestone by direct labour. Dedicated, 7 Feb 1886.
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 729;  Tom May, Churches of Galway, Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora (Galway, 2000), 144-145(illus.).

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, PRESENTATION ROAD, CHURCH OF ST JOSEPH (RC)
Date: 1882-1886
Nature: New Gothic church, for Rev. Patrick Lally, PP.  FS laid, 22 Apr 1882. Built in limestone by direct labour. Dedicated, 7 Feb 1886.
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 729;  Tom May, Churches of Galway, Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora (Galway, 2000), 144-145(illus.).

Building: CO. LOUTH, TERMONFECKIN, CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION (RC)
Date: 1883
Nature: New church. Dedicated 4 Aug 1883. Builder: P. Callan. (Lawsuit: Callan v. Seagrave)
Refs: IAA, PKS B11/49; IB 25, 1 Aug 1883, 261; Dundalk Democrat, 11 Aug 1883; Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 499

Building: CO. CARLOW, RATHVILLY, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1883-1887
Nature: New Gothic church, for Rev. Patrick C. Nolan, PP.  Builder:  John Harris, Monasterevan.
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 730; John McEvoy, ed., The Churches of Kildare and Leighlin 2000 AD (Strasbourg: Editions du Signe, 2000), 32(illus.)

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, MONAGHAN, CATHEDRAL OF ST MACARTAN (RC)
Date: 1883-4;?
Nature: Completion of spire after death of J.J. McCarthy. Builder: McElhatten Bros, Belfast and Cookstown. Also completion of interior and furnishings, including organ loft, before 1891. Also gate lodge.
Refs: B 44, 24 Mar 1883, 397; 62, 21 May 1892, 406;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 462-5.

Building: CO. KILDARE, KILDARE, WHITE ABBEY, CHURCH (RC, CARMELITE)
Date: 1884-1889
Nature: New church in Early Decorated style.. FS laid 7 Dec 1884. . Dedicated March 1889. Contractor: John Harris & Glyn, Monasterevan. Cost: £3,500.
Refs: IB 26, 15 Dec 1884, 377; 31, 1 Apr 1889, 96;  John McEvoy, ed., The Churches of Kildare and Leighlin 2000 AD (Strasbourg: Editions du Signe, 2000), 97(illus.)


Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, CATHEDRAL ROAD, CATHEDRAL OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1884-86
Nature: Gates & lodge. Contractor: Robert Cullen (sic), Portadown.
Refs: Guide to St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh (1904), 64;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 113.

Building: CO. LEITRIM, MANORHAMILTON, CHURCH OF ST CLARE (RC)
Date: 1885
Nature: -
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 729

Building: CO. CARLOW, RATHANNA, CHURCH OF ST FORTCHERN (RC)
Date: 1885
Nature: New church, for Rev. Patrick Carey, PP. Cost £2,000.  Paid for by Mrs McDonald, Rathanna. Dedicated 24 May 1900. Centenary (of completion?) celebrated 2 Jun 1985.
Refs: John McEvoy, ed., The Churches of Kildare and Leighlin 2000 AD (Strasbourg: Editions du Signe, 2000), 44(illus.).

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, MONAGHAN, BROAD ROAD, ST LOUIS CONVENT
Date: 1885
Nature: 'Contract drawings signed by the local contractors Patrick Nolan and Joseph Woods are preserved in the convent heritage centre;  they correspond closely to the style of William Hague, who at this time was busying himself with the completion of the spire of St Macartan's.'
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 469.

Building: CO. CARLOW, CARLOW, ST PATRICK'S COLLEGE
Date: 1885-88
Nature: New church, dedicated autumn of 1888. Builder: M. Robinson, Carlow.
Refs: IB 30, 1 Nov 1888, 270; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 729;  John McEvoy, ed., The Churches of Kildare and Leighlin 2000 AD (Strasbourg: Editions du Signe, 2000), 12.

Building: CO. CARLOW, RATHOE (TULLOW), CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1885-89
Nature: New. Builder: Daniel Carberry, Athy. FS laid 17 May 1885. Shell of church cost £3,308. Carved oak altar designed and executed by James Quinn, Ballon.
Refs: LL (?Leinster Leader), 30 May 1885; N & LT, 28 Sep 1889; N & LT, 5 Oct 1889 (newspaper references from Professor Thomas P'O'Neill, 1 Kilcolman Court, Upper Glenageary Rd, Glenageary, Co. Dublin); Thomas P. Kennedy, 'Church Building', History of Irish Catholicism, Vol. 5 (1970), 32, says by Goldie & Child;  John McEvoy, ed., The Churches of Kildare and Leighlin 2000 AD (Strasbourg: Editions du Signe, 2000), 26(illus.).

Building: CO. WICKLOW, CASTLETOWN, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1885a
Nature: By 'Hague & Son'. Dedicated 15 Nov 1885. £2,700.
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, MS p1/2

Building: CO. GALWAY, LETTERFRACK, INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS
Date: 1886
Nature: Christian Brothers to erect industrial schools on estate of 2000 purchased from a Mr Hall. Building will form 3 sides of a square, 150' each way, 2-storeys high.. Contractors: Gorham & Stringer, Clifden. £7,000.
Refs: IB 28, 1 Sep 1886, 251

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, MONAGHAN, DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM
Date: 1886-88;1897
Nature: Sanitary annexe(s), boiler house, works at doctor's house. Builder: William Conolly & Son. New wards?, 1897.
Refs: IAA, PKS 0664, B12/41, B13/40, B14/05, B15/11, B18/08, A07 (Oct 1887-May 1891, pp.305,384-386); IB 28, 15 Feb 1886, 60;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 480

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILKENNY, COLLEGE ROAD, CONVENT OF ST CAMILLUS
Date: 1886-90
Nature: Attached to St Patrick's church. Designed by WH for St John of God sisters.
Refs: 2 rolls of drawings, 1896, in IAA, Edward Cullen Collection, Acc. 2004/160 (not on public access);  Correspondence between WH and Bishop Brownrigg in convent (information from Sister Mary Eugenia Brennan, historian of the order in Australia; photocopies in IAA)

Building: CO. KILDARE, KILDARE, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1886a
Nature: Works at same, for Dr Kavanagh, and designs for altars (not carried out because of expense.. (Hague called to give evidence after a statue on cheaper altar which had been erected instead had fallen, killing Dr Kavanagh.)
Refs: IB 28, 15 Oct 1886, 285,289

Building: CO. KILDARE, KILDARE, CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' RESIDENCE
Date: 1886a
Nature: Designed by WH, for Dr Kavanagh.
Refs: IB 28, 15 Oct 1886, 289

Building: CO. KILDARE, KILDARE, SCHOOL (RC)
Date: 1886A
Nature: Designed by WH, for Dr Kavanagh.
Refs: IB 28, 15 Oct 1886, 289

Building: CO. GALWAY, CLIFDEN, CONVENT SCHOOLS
Date: 1887
Nature: Gothic. 2-storey with 2 gabled wings, porch, spirelet.
Refs: Drawings in OPW, D.9.14

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILKENNY, COLLEGE ROAD, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1887
Nature: Entrant in limited competition. Result of competition delayed because of death of Very Rev William Hayden, PP. (Church built 1896-9 to designs by S.F. Hynes)
Refs: IB 29, 1 Mar 1887, 61

Building: CO. KILDARE, MAYNOOTH, ST PATRICK'S COLLEGE
Date: 1887-1891;1899-
Nature: Winner of limited competition for completion of same. Chapel 'to be built immediately'(1887). Opened 24 Jun 1891. Altars by Ryan (Dublin).Mosaic pavement by Burke (London). Organ by Stalhuth (Aix). Organ case by Buckley (Youghal). Stations of the Cross and painted ceiling by N.H.J. Westlake (London). Accessory ornament by Mannix (Dublin). Tower & spire carried out 1899-1901 under supervision of T.F. McNamara.
Refs: Selected competition design exh. Irish Exhibition in London 1888, no. 349; Architect 43, 28 Oct 1887, 259; IB 29, 1 Nov 1887, 306; B 60, ? Jun 1891, 494; 62, 16 Apr 1892, 307; IB 29, 1 Nov 1887, 306; 42, 1 Sep 1900, 468; 43, 26 Sep 1901, 873;  Irish Times, 4,8,13 Mar 1899.

Building: CO. LAOIS, THE HOLLOW (MOUNTRATH), CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART (RC)
Date: 1887a
Nature: New church, for Rev. Edward Brennan, PP. Fve-bay Gothic hall.  Builder: William Egan, Mountmellick. Dedicated Dec 1887.
Refs: John McEvoy, ed., The Churches of Kildare and Leighlin 2000 AD (Strasbourg: Editions du Signe, 2000), 44(illus.).


Building: CO. CAVAN, CROSSERLOUGH, CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1888
Nature: New church for Rev. J. Boylan to replace one burned in 1880 or 1881. Subscription list opened, 1881.
Refs: Irish Times, 5 Mar 1881, 2;  information from Ciaran Parker, citing Anglo-Celt, 29 Nov 1888; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 729;   Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 398-9.

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILKENNY, JAMES'S STREET, CATHEDRAL OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1888
Nature: Extensive additions, including new sacrisities and cloister with conference room above.
Refs: Drawings by WHB, 1888, in W.H. Byrne & Son collection (folder 108)

Building: CO. WEXFORD, WEXFORD, FRANCIS STREET, PRESENTATION CONVENT
Date: 1889
Nature: New wing.
Refs: Centenary…[Wexford's] town churches (1858) (B. of I.)

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, PRESENTATION ROAD, CHURCH OF ST JOSEPH (RC)
Date: 1889
Nature: Altar of Irish & Sicilian marbles in the French Gothic Style, carried out by Harrison & Son.
Refs: IB 31, 1 Apr 1889, 96

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, BAGGOT STREET LOWER, NO. 050 (DANIEL BURKE & CO.)
Date: 1889
Nature: Wholesale grocery premises have just been remodelled. Builder: William Conolly & Son, Dominick St.
Refs: IB 31, 1 Jan 1889, 13

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CLARENDON STREET, CHURCH OF ST TERESA (RC, DISCALCED CARMELITES)
Date: 1889
Nature: St Joseph altar. Also embellishment of sanctuary.
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, MS p1/2;  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 473.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, DRUMCONDRA ROAD LOWER, ARCHBISHOP'S HOUSE
Date: 1889-1891
Nature: £14,500.
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, MS p352/1

Building: CO. KILKENNY, PILTOWN, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1889-1899
Nature: New church by WH.
Refs: Information from Joe Sullivan, Ashgrove, Mooncoin via Waterford.

Building: CO. MEATH, KELLS, CHURCH (RC, 1799)
Date: 1890
Nature: Rebuilding of apse and sanctuary.
Refs: Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 335

Building: CO. ARMAGH, CULLYHANNA, PAROCHIAL HOUSE
Date: 1890
Nature: To be built. Estimated cost: £1,700. Contractor: James Wynne, Dundalk.
Refs: Architect 43, 2 May 1890, supplement p.1; B 60, 23 May 1891, 41

Building: CO. TYRONE, STRABANE, BARRACK STREET, CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION (RC)
Date: 1890
Nature: FS laid 9 Nov 1890. Builder: Collen, Portadown.
Refs: B 59, 15 Nov 1890, 393; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 493; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 709,712(illus.); Simon Walker, Historic Ulster Churches (Institute of Irish Studies, 2000), 145(illus.)

Building: CO. WICKLOW, AUGHRIM, CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART (RC)
Date: 1890
Nature: New church. Rev. John O'Brien bequeathed £1000 towards building same and £200 for marble altar in 1891. Foundation stone laid by Archbishop Walsh, 22 Jul 1890.  Contractor: Michael Clarke (d.1900).
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, MS p1/2;  Irish Times, 23 Jul 1890;  Wicklow Newsletter, 6 May 1891,17 Mar 1900.

Building: CO. TYRONE, COOKSTOWN, CHAPEL STREET, CONVENT OF MERCY & CONVENT NATIONAL SCHOOLS
Date: 1890
Nature: Opened 6 Nov 1890. Builder: McNally & McKee, Cookstown.

Refs: B 59, 15 Nov 1890, 392;  R.W. Oram & P.J. Rankin, Historic Buildings in…Dungannon & Cookstown (UAHS, 1971), 33(no. 84); Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 217. 


Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, DOLPHIN'S BARN, CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF DOLOURS (RC)
Date: 1890-1893
Nature: New cjhurch with rock-faced granite exterior.
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, MS p1/2;  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 627.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, CULLYHANNA, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1890-1903
Nature: Large new cruciform church.  FS laid 18 May 1891. Dedicated 1903. Designs for internal work supplied after WH's death by T.F. McNamara. Builder: James Wynne, Dundalk.
Refs: Architect 43, 2 May 1890, supplement p.1; B 60, 23 May 1891, 411; 85, 10 Oct 1903, 368; Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 309. 

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, MONAGHAN, ST MACARTAN'S SEMINARY
Date: 1890s
Nature: Coach houses.
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 482

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, CLADDAGH, CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC, DOMINICAN)
Date: 1891
Nature: New Norman style church in cut stone (local blue limestone). 110' x 52'. Dedicated 25 Oct 1891. Contractor: J. Costello (Galway).  Cost: £7,000.
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 729;  Tom May, Churches of Galway, Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora (Galway, 2000),  66-67(illus.).

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, CATHEDRAL ROAD, CATHEDRAL OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1891
Nature: New vestry.
Refs: Architect 46, 11 Dec 1891, supplement p.6; IB 33, 15 Dec 1891, 288

Building: CO. DONEGAL, BALLYSHANNON, SHEIL HOSPITAL
Date: 1891
Nature: W.H.Byrne winner of limited competition between himself and William Hague.
Refs: IB 33, 1 Apr,15 Oct 1891, 82

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, CLONES, CHURCH HILL, CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART (RC)
Date: 1891
Nature: Large new church with tower and spire.. Foundation stone laid, 1891.  Contractor: P. Nolan.
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 273.


Building: CO. MONAGHAN, MONAGHAN, PARK STREET, CHURCH OF ST JOSEPH (RC)
Date: 1891-1900
Nature: New church in Gothic style, begun in summer of 1891. Building continued after death of Hague by John Doran. Dedicated 18 Mar 1900. Builder: P. Nolan (Monaghan). Marble altars by E. Sharp, Dublin.
Refs: Material re same? in PRONI, DIORC/1/7 (see PRONI e-catalogue); IB 33, 1 Aug 1891, 179; B 78, 7 Apr 1900, 351; Building News 78, 23 Mar 1900, 400; E. Sharp's publicity booklet (1920s), 38;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 467.

Building: CO. DONEGAL, LETTERKENNY, CATHEDRAL OF ST EUNAN (RC)
Date: 1891-1901
Nature: New cathedral, for Dr Patrick O'Donnell, Bishop of Raphoe. Tenders invited Sep 1890. Begun Sep 1891; opened 16 May 1901. Mountcharles freestone. Builder: McClay, Strabane. Completed under supervision of T.F. McNamara.
Refs: Irish Times, 1,8,10 Sep 1890,24 Jan 1899; IB 33, 1 Jun 1891, 130; 39, 15 Jun 1897, 106; 43, 6 Jun 1901, 754; B 81, 6 Jul 1901, 16; Architect 44, 31 Oct 1890, suppl.p.7; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 342-3; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 713-717(illus.)

Building: CO. MEATH, TRIM, PATRICK STREET, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1891-1902
Nature: New church in Pointed Gothic style, 'one of his finest designs'. FS laid 1891. Opened 12 Oct 1902. To cost about £15,000. Work supervised by W.H. Byrne after WH's death in 1899. Builder: Pat Nolan, Monaghan.
Refs: IB 33, 15 Oct 1891, 236; 44, 23 Oct 1902, 1452; B 61, 24 Oct 1891, 316; 72, 30 Jan 1897, 104; 83, 25 Oct 1902, 375; AJ 16 (1902), 265; Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 518; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 709,710(illus.)

Building: CO. WEXFORD, NEW ROSS, CONVENT OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD
Date: 1891-93
Nature: New Gothic church consisting of nave with side aisles, transept and sacristy. Consecrated on 4 Jun 1893. Builder: Andrew Cullen, New Ross. Altar by T. Ryan & Son, Dublin.
Refs: IAA, W.H. Byrne & Son drawings collection, Acc. 2006/142;  IB 35, 1 Jun 1893, 123

Building: CO. DUBLIN, PORTERSTOWN (CLONSILLA), CHURCH OF ST MOCHTA (RC)
Date: 1891-93
Nature: New church, for Rev. Michael Donovan, PP, Blanchardstown. Tenders invited, Mar 1890. Cost: £5,000.
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, MS p1/2

Building: KEVIN V. MULLIGAN, THE BUILDINGS OF IRELAND: SOUTH ULSTER (2013), 273
Date: 1891-95;1897
Nature: New cruciform  church 'within a few perches' of old chapel. FS laid 13 Sep 1891 by Bishop of Clogher. Dedicated 9 Sep 1895. Contractor: Patrick Nolan, Monaghan. Cost: £14,000. Tower & spire, 1897.
Refs: B 61, 8 Aug 1891, 108; Irish Times, 14 Sep 1891;  IB 33, 15 Sep 1891, 209; 37, 15 Sep 1895, 218; 39, 1 Aug 1897, 150; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 705,706(illus.);  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 273.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ST PETER'S ROAD (PHIBSBOROUGH), ST PETER'S NATIONAL SCHOOLS (RC)
Date: 1891;1897
Nature: FS laid on 8 Mar 1891. Builder: W. Connolly & Sons. Adds., 1897.
Refs: Inscription on trowel used at laying of FS presented to Dr Walsh, Archbishop of Dublin (transcript in Jones file H7); Clonliffe College Archive, MS p1/2

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ASHTOWN, ASHTON HOUSE
Date: 1891a
Nature: Enlargement and remodelling of existing house, addition of billiard room and gate lodge.  For Andrew J. Moore.   Attributed to WH by J.A.K. Dean on stylistic grounds (on basis of similarities to Archbishop's House, Drumcondra Road).
Refs: Information from J.A.K. Dean, citing valuation of 1891.

Building: CO. LAOIS, ABBEYLEIX, CONVENT SCHOOL
Date: 1892
Nature: -
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 732

Building: CO. KILDARE, ATHY, CONVENT OF MERCY SCHOOLS
Date: 1892
Nature: FS stone of schools for 'Convent of Mercy Abbey[Athy]' laid 26 Jun 1892. Builder: D. Carberry.
Refs: Inscription on trowel used in laying FS presented to Dr Walsh, Archbishop of Dublin (transcript in Jones files); 

Building: CO. LONGFORD, GRANARD, CONVENT OF MERCY
Date: 1892
Nature: FS laid 21 Apr 1892. Builder: P. Kelly, Longford.
Refs: B 62, 30 Apr 1892, 344; 59th Report of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland (1892), 223

Building: CO. DONEGAL, RATHMULLEN, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1892
Nature: Dedicated 28 Aug 1892. Builder: James McClay, Strabane.
Refs: B 63, 3 Sep 1892, 193

Building: CO. LAOIS, ABBEYLEIX, CHURCH OF THE HOLY ROSARY (RC)
Date: 1892-1895
Nature: New Romanesque church, for Rev. James Lalor, PP.  FS laid 1893. Dedicated 26 May 1895.  Builder: Stephen Lalor, Kilkenny. Vases on high altar executed to WH's design by Kane & Gunning, silversmiths, Dublin.
Refs: Undated romanesque designs in W.H. Byrne collection, No. 16 and Folder 99; Architect, ? ? 1892, ? (for ref see B of I Laois file); IB 37, 15 Jun 1895, 155;  Irish Times, 30 Nov 1896;  John McEvoy, ed., The Churches of Kildare and Leighlin 2000 AD (Strasbourg: Editions du Signe, 2000), 68(illus.).


Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, THOMAS STREET, CHURCH OF SS AUGUSTINE & JOHN (RC)
Date: 1892-95
Nature: WH superintends completion of unfinished church begun by Pugin & Ashlin in 1862. Opened 15 Dec 1895. Contractor: Conolly & Son, Dublin. Total cost about £60,000.
Refs: Irish Times, 24 May 1892,16 Dec 1895;  IB 37, 15 Dec 1895, 295

Building: CO. CARLOW, BAGENALSTOWN, CHURCH OF ST ANDREW (RC)
Date: 1893
Nature: Addition (or extension) of sanctuary.
Refs: John McEvoy, ed., The Churches of Kildare and Leighlin 2000 AD (Strasbourg: Editions du Signe, 2000), 52;  Thomas McDonnell, 'Thomas A. Cobden, 1794-1842:  an architect in Co. Carlow', Carlow History and Society (Dublin, 2008),  

Building: CO. OFFALY, FERBANE, CHURCH (RC, OLD)
Date: 1893-1902
Nature: Dedicated June 1902. Designed by late WH.
Refs: IB 43, 19 Jun 1902, 1290; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 730

Building: CO. MEATH, DUNSANY, CHURCH OF THE ASSUMPTION (RC)
Date: 1893-94
Nature: New church. Cost £3,080.
Refs: Rev. J. Brady, A Short history of the parishes of the diocese of Meath 1867-1944, 46; Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 282

Building: CO. LAOIS, STRADBALLY, CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART (RC)
Date: 1893-96
Nature: New cruciform church for Rev. Michael Brennan , PP. FS laid 18 Jun 1893. Dedicated 6 Sep 1896. Builder: John Walker, Castlecomer. Cost: £4,000.
Refs: Signed, undated perspective view in church; unsigned, undated plans, section, elevations of sacristy and meeting house above in IAA, Acc. 95/111; IB 35, 15 May,1 Jul 1893, 122,147; 38, 15 Sep 1896, 195; Building News 71, 18 Sep 1896, 410;  John McEvoy, ed., The Churches of Kildare and Leighlin 2000 AD (Strasbourg: Editions du Signe, 2000), 62(illus.).

Building: CO. TYRONE, OMAGH, CHURCH STREET, CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART (RC)
Date: 1893-99
Nature: New church in Decorated Gothic style. Tenders invited, Apr 1892. FS laid 18 Jun 1893. Dedicated 28 May 1899. Contractor: Joseph Colhoun, Strand Rd, Derry. Subject of legal case (contractor's claim for damages) in 1899. Tenders invited for erecting spires, Oct 1899.
Refs: Irish Times, 30 Apr 1892; IB 35, 1 Jul 1893, 147; 41, 1 Jul,1 Aug,1 Oct 1899, 78,96,150; Building News 77, 11 Aug 1899, 160 (account of legal case); Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 444-5; Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 709,711(illus.)

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, CATHEDRAL ROAD, ST PATRICK'S COLLEGE, CEMETERY (RC)
Date: 1894
Nature: Memorial to Archbishop McGettigan in cemetery in grounds in form of 24-ft high Celtic cross executed by H.G. Barnes after design of WH.
Refs: Guide to St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh (1904), 56.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, CATHEDRAL ROAD, CATHEDRAL OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1894-1897
Nature: Sacristy & synod hall. Contractor: James McAdorey, Dundalk.
Refs: Guide to St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh (1904), 15,54,64;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 113.

Building: CO. MEATH, KILMESSAN, CHURCH OF THE NATIVITY OF MARY (RC)
Date: 1894-95
Nature: Early 19c church 'practically rebuilt' by WH for Fr. Barry. Galleries removed, walls raised, new roof. Cost: £2,785.
Refs: Rev. J. Brady, A Short history of the parishes of the diocese of Meath 1867-1944, 47-8; Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 363

Building: CO. GALWAY, GORT, CHURCH OF ST COLMAN (RC)
Date: 1895
Nature: Tower and spire.  Completed 1894.  Contractor: William Conroy, Gort. Cost: £1,050.
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 730;  Tom May, Churches of Galway, Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora (Galway, 2000), 88-89(illus.). 

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PEARSE STREET, ST ANDREW'S PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS
Date: 1895-97
Nature: FS laid 12 May 1895. Builder: Michael Meade & Son, Dublin.
Refs: Insciption on trowel presented to Archbishop Walsh at FS laying ceremony (transcript in Jones file H7); IB 37, 15 May 1895, 129; B 69, 7 Sep 1895, 176; Building News 68, 24 May 1895, 747; Clonliffe College Archive, MS p1/2;  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 455.

Building: CO. WEXFORD, NEWBAWN, CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART (RC)
Date: 1896
Nature: New Gothic church. Ded. 13 Sep 1896. Builder: Andrew Cullen, New Ross. Cost: £3,000 (or £3,500?)..
Refs: IB 38, 1 Oct 1896, 210;  Churches of the Diocese of Ferns (Booklink, 2004), 103(illus.).

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, BALLINAHOWN (ATHLONE), CHURCH OF ST COLUMCILLE (RC)
Date: 1896-1902
Nature: Gothic, for Very Rev. Canon M. Columb. FS laid 11 Oct 1896. Opened 15 Oct 1902. Work taken over by T.F. McNamara after WH's death in 1899.
Refs: B 83, 1 Nov 1902, 399; Catholic Year Book and Souvenir: Parish of Ballinahowen (1939), 11-15(illus.); Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 149

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILKENNY, DUBLIN ROAD, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (RC)
Date: 1896-1908
Nature: New church. Tenders invited, May 1896. FS laid 2 May 1897 by Dr Brownrigg, Bishop of Ossory. Completed by W.H. Byrne. Opened 1908.
Refs: Working drawings formerly in office archives of W.H. Byrne & Son;  2 rolls of drawings, 1907, and drawing of confessional detail, 1908 (also mosaic detail, 1908, by T. & C. Martin)  in IAA, Edward Cullen collection (Acc. 2004/160; closed to public access);     Irish Times, 15 May 1896;  IB 38, 15 May 1896, 115; 43, 4 Jul 1901, 783; 50, 27 Jun 1908, 389; B 72, 8 May 1897, 426;  St John's Parish, Kilkenny, Ireland, http://www.stjohnskilkenny.com/stjohns.html (last visited, Aug 2014).

Building: CO. MEATH, BOHERMEEN, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1897
Nature: Extensive renovations to early 19th-century church. Opened 5 Sep 1897. Builder: Smith Bros, Kells. Cost: £1,510.
Refs: B 73, 18 Sep 1897, 225; Rev. J. Brady, A Short history of the parishes of the diocese of Meath 1867-1944, 111-112

Building: CO. SLIGO, COLLOONEY, TEELING MEMORIAL
Date: 1898
Nature: Listed as attribution to WH by Harron.
Refs: Feargal Tomas Harron, 'William Hague FRIAI: an architectural appraisal', Breifne VIII, no. 32 (1996), 732

Building: CO. WICKLOW, ARKLOW, PAROCHIAL HOUSE
Date: 1898
Nature: -
Refs: Wicklow Newsletter, 2 Jul 1898

Building: CO. OFFALY, TULLAMORE, CHURCH OF THE ASSUMPTION (RC)
Date: 1898-1906
Nature: New. Opened 7 Oct 1906. Designed by WH and carried out under superintendence of T.F.McNamara.
Refs: IB 40, 1 May 1898, 69; 48, 6,20 Oct 1906, 810,850; B 91, 21 Sep 1906, 377

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, CATHEDRAL ROAD, CATHEDRAL OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1899
Nature: Rood screen behind high altar. Continued by T.F. McNamara after WH's death. Executant Prof. Pietro Lazzarini, Carrara.
Refs: Guide to St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh (1904), ?,64

Building: CO. OFFALY, BANAGHER, CHURCH OF ST RENAGH (RC)
Date: 1899
Nature: 'St Reynagh's Chapel'[sic] completely overhauled and remodelled. Builder: Mark Quigley, Birr.
Refs: IB 41, 15 Sep 1899, 129

Building: CO. CARLOW, CARLOW, CONVENT OF THE ASSUMPTION SCHOOLS
Date: 1899-1901
Nature: New girls schools designed by 'the late' WH.. Brought into operation 1901.
Refs: IB 41, 15 Dec 1899, 213; 68th Report of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland (1901), 20

Building: CO. KILDARE, ATHY, CONVENT OF MERCY
Date: ?
Nature: Work at same.
Refs: Signed, undated drawing of roof details in IAA, Carbery Collection, Acc. 85/200.17/3

Building: CO. KILDARE, NEWBRIDGE, CHURCH (RC)
Date: ?
Nature: Proposed additions.
Refs: Signed, undated drawing in IAA, Carberry Collection, Acc. 85/200.10/1

Building: CO. LONGFORD, NEWTOWNFORBES, CONVENT OF MERCY
Date: ?
Nature: New chapel.
Refs: Signed drawing (elevations, sections) in convent (1999); it is undated but address of 50 Dawson Street on drawings indicates date between 1888 and 1899 (photocopy in IAA, courtesy of Sister Immaculata Gallagher)

Building: CO. SLIGO, SLIGO, CLEVERAGH ROAD, CEMETERY
Date: ?
Nature: WH architect of classical gate lodge. Octagonal plan with rectangular wing at rear. Doric portico.
Refs: [Missing ref., Nov 2007];  Illus. in Sligo Cemetery 1 http://franklludwig.com/xsligocemetery.html (last visited 8 Oct 2008)

Building: CO. CAVAN, MOYNEHALL HOUSE (CAVAN)
Date: ?
Nature: Attributed to WH.  Built on site of small castle (see also Moynehall, Church).
Refs: Information from Terry Crowe, Moynehall House, Feb 2009.

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, MONAGHAN, MARKET SQUARE, TOWN HALL
Date: ?
Nature: Attributed to WH by Mulligan on grounds of similarity to Westenra Arms Hotel next door. 
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 477

Building: CO. LIMERICK, MUNGRET, MUNGRET COLLEGE
Date: ?
Nature: Works at same?
Refs: Drawings for same in IAA, Edward Cullen Collection, Acc. 2004/143 (not on public access).

Author Title Date Details
Harron, Feargal Tomas 'William Hague, FRIAI: an architectural appraisal' 1996 Breifne VII, no. 32 (1996), 682-732.