Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of Sligo, active in the 1860s. Charles Lynn, a son of JOHN LYNN[1] JOHN LYNN[1] , is named as chief legatee in his father's will. His only work to be noted in the Irish Builder was a manse which was to be built in Sligo in 1867 to designs by 'Charles Lynn esq.'(2)



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(1) Information from Gordon Wheeler, letter to A.M. Rowan, 15 Jan 1999, citing Indices of Wills in PRONI.
(2) IB 9, 15 Feb 1867, 51.


1 work entries listed in chronological order for LYNN, CHARLES


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Building: CO. SLIGO, SLIGO, MANSE
Date: 1867
Nature: New manse opposite Garden Hill House on site donated by John Wynne of Hazelwood.  Tenders sought, Feb 1867.  Foundation stone laid by Mayor, 11 Apr 1867. Contractor: George Kerr, John St.
Refs: IB 9, 15 Feb 1867, 51;  Irish Times, 15 Apr 1867.