Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

William Loughrey was first proposed by HUGH BYRNE  HUGH BYRNE as a student of the RIAI at a council meeting of the Institute on 10 March 1865. The proposal was seconded by PATRICK JAMES BYRNE  PATRICK JAMES BYRNE and EDWARD P. GRIBBON EDWARD P. GRIBBON . The council decided that the question should be postponed until JAMES RAWSON CARROLL  JAMES RAWSON CARROLL was asked for his opinion of Loughrey, which suggests that Loughrey may have been Carroll's pupil. Carroll's response must have been positive, for Loughrey was duly elected a student on 23 November 1865. Handwritten corrections, apparently dating from the end of 1867, to a copy of the membership list for 1866-67 in the RIAI archives include the deletion of Loughrey's name with the note, 'Left. No address'.

Address: 37 Parkgate Street, 1865; 21 George's Place North, 1866.(1)



References

All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from RIAI council meeting minutes, 10 Mar,15 Apr,11 May 1865, pp.33,35, and general meeting minutes, 10 Jul, 23 Nov, 21 Dec 1865, pp. 162,167,172.

(1) From list of members for session 1866-7.