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Engineer, with the Royal Engineer Department, active in the 1850s. While Samuel Butler was stationed at Athlone circa 1855, he supervised drainage and other improvements at the Quay Road near the Barracks. In about 1859 he moved to the Curragh 'to assist in the formation of an Encampment for 10,000 troops'.(1) A civil engineer named Samuel Butler of 77 Townsend Street, Dublin, appears in the classified section of Thom's directories for 1860, 1861 and 1862.
(1) Westmeath Independent, 26 Dec 1859, with other information supplied to E. McParland by N.W. English (IAA, Edward McParland files, Acc. 2008/44).
2 work entries listed in chronological order for BUTLER, SAMUEL
|Building:||CO. WESTMEATH, ATHLONE, QUAY ROAD|
|Nature:||Drainage and other improvements.|
|Refs:||Westmeath Independent, 26 Dec 1959, with other information supplied to Edward McParland by N.W. English.|
|Building:||CO. KILDARE, CURRAGH CAMP|
|Nature:||SB assists in formation of encampment for 10,000 troops.|
|Refs:||Westmeath Independent, 26 Dec 1959, with other information supplied to E.McP by N.W. English.|