Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of Cork. Richard Notter of Rock Island, Goleen, Co. Cork, married Mary, the sister of THOMAS DEANE THOMAS DEANE , on 8 August 1818(1) and by 1824 was established as an architect in Cork; he is listed as such in Pigot & Co.'s City of Dublin and Hibernian Provincial Directory (1824), 248, with an address at Sunday's Well Road, and in Connor's Cork Directory for 1828. He became Deane's business partner and with Deane supervised the building of Dromore Castle, Co. Kerry.(2) He died circa 1851.



References

All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (1997), 6,11,549n.

(1) Southern Reporter 8 Aug 1818; on 2 Sep 1817 the same paper announced the death of Ann, wife of Richard Notter, Esq., of Rock Island, Co. Cork.
(2) J. Binns, Miseries and Beauties of Ireland (1837), 340.


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Building: CO. CORK, CORK, SOUTH MALL, NO. 032 (BANK OF IRELAND)
Date: 1839
Nature: Builder, as partner in Thomas Deane & Co., of Bank of Ireland, South Mall, Cork.
Refs: Articles of agreement between Thomas Deane, Kearns Deane and Richard Notter (Thomas Deane & Co.) to build same, 1 Jan 1839, in IAA, Acc. 81/050.3.

Building: CO. KERRY, DROMORE CASTLE
Date: ?
Nature: Castellated. With Thomas Deane, for Rev. Denis Mahony.
Refs: Model (Acc. 95/66) and building accounts (Acc. ?) in IAA; J. Binns,Miseries and Beauties of Ireland(1837), II, 340; J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 175.