Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect or builder who prepared the undated 'Plan and elevation of a range of small offices for the Revd. Jno. Cliffe' in the Burgage Collection at the Irish Architectural Archive (Acc. 78/36.B18).(1) The Rev. John Cliffe (1736-1816) of New Ross, Co. Wexford, was the father-in-law of the Rev. Thomas Mercer Vigors of Burgage, Co. Carlow.



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(1) Another drawing in the collection, 'Elevation of the front of a farm house and offices by W.C.y' could possibly be by another member of the Cloumy family.


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Building: CO. WEXFORD, NEW ROSS, HOUSE OF REV. JOHN CLIFFE
Date: ?
Nature: Design for 'range of small offices for the Revd. Jno Cliffe'. 9john Cliffe may have been curate at New Ross , 1779-1793, (see J.B. Leslie, |Ferns Clergy and Parishes| (1936), 224).
Refs: Signed, undated drawing in IAA, Burgage Collection, Acc. 78/36.18