- Born: - Died: -
Architect, of Dublin. Nathaniel Montgomery appears to have been a son or close connection of Richard Montgomery, solicitor, of 9 North Great George's Street. In about 1844 he joined FREDERICK DARLEY in a partnership - known as DARLEY & amp; MONTGOMERY - which lasted until 1849. Montgomery then practised on his own. He prepared survey drawings of Emo Court, Co. Laois, for the Encumbered Estates Commissioners in 1852.(1) He disappears from Thom's directories after 1865, and his address was unknown when he was struck off the list of members of the RIAI in 1866.(2)
RIAI: elected associate, 29 January 1844;(3) assistant secretary, 1849; auditor, 1850-1865; member by 1854; fellow by 1866;(4) struck off, 1866.(5)
Addresses: Work: 26 Fitzwilliam Street Lower, 1845-1849, otherwise as Home.
Home: 9 North Great George's Street, 1846->=1856; 6 Mount Street Upper, 1858-65
See WORKS; see also works of DARLEY & amp; MONTGOMERY.
All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from Pettigrew & Oulton's. Post Office and Thom's directories or Jones's transcripts from the latter.
(1) Incumbered Estates Court sale catalogue for Emo Park. 1852 (copy in IAA, 2010/83).
(2) MS list of names of members to be struck off, 1866, in RIAI archives.
(3) General meeting minutes, 29 Jan 1844, 47.
(4) See note 1, above.
(5) Council meeting minutes, 30 Oct 1866, 60.
2 work entries listed in chronological order for MONTGOMERY, NATHANIEL
|Building:||CO. SLIGO, CLOONAMAHON|
|Nature:||Built 1856 onwards for Capt. T.J. Meredith by architect named Montgomery (i.e. Nathaniel?).
|Refs:||'W. English, MSS var. coll.' (IAA, Edward McParland files, Acc.2008/44); Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 88.|
|Building:||CO. LONGFORD, FARRAGH|
|Refs:||'W. English, MSS var. coll.' (IAA, Edward McParland files, Acc.2008/44)|