Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

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Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, ST LUKE'S HOSPITAL
Date:
Nature: See, above, CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM
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Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, BEAUMONT ROAD (DRUMCONDRA), BEAUMONT CONVALESCENT HOME
Date:
Nature: Proposed design for new gate lodge submitted to Dublin Public Board of Health, Nov 1934.
Refs: Fingal County Council, Public Health Housing Collection, no. 320.

Building: CO. KILDARE, NEWBRIDGE, MAIN STREET, MILITARY BARRACKS
Date:
Nature:
Refs: Military Archives Maps, Plans and Drawings Collection , Military Archives.ie IE/MA/MPD/AD119408-003, 

 


Building: CO. WATERFORD, BALLINACOURTY (DUNGARVAN), WYSE'S PIER
Date:
Nature: New pier. Contractors:  David Power (died), Alexander Deane.
Refs: Letters, specifications, reports &c. in NA, OPW 8/367/1-4.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL PASS, MAGADALENE ASYLUM CHAPEL (CI)
Date:
Nature: Chapel opened, 1 Dec 1839. (Damaged by fire, Dec 1898, and replaced, see CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL PASS, CHURCH OF ST MARY MAGDALENE (CI) above.)
Refs: Christian Examiner, I, no. 1, 1 Jan 1840.

Building: CO. KILKENNY, MOTHELL, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1818?
Nature: 'The glebe-house was erected by aid of a gift of £100 and a loan of £900, in 1818, from the late Board of First Fruits…' (Lewis) But Carlisle describes it as 'building' before 1810.
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 394

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, EDEN QUAY, NO. 008 (GLOBE PARCEL EXPRESS)
Date: 1883a
Nature: Street front illus. in advertisement section of Thom's Directory.
Refs: Thom's Directory (1883), advertisements, 63.

Building: CO. KILDARE, KILDARE, ARTILLERY BARRACKS (PEARSE, LATER MAGEE, BARRACKS)
Date: -
Nature: -
Refs: Surveys in NA, OPW drawings coll., nos. 2610-2653 (old ref.)

Building: CO. DONEGAL, BALLYSHANNON, BARRACKS
Date: 1700
Nature: 'It was built at the sole expence of Mr Connolly, and hath been suffered by Neglect to fall into Ruin, insomuch, that excepting the outside Walls of the Buiding, the Whole will require and entire Repair.' Attr. to William Robinson by Loeber.
Refs: Date on datestone; Observations made by the Commissioners on their view of the several barracks throughout…Ireland (1760), Pt. 2, 28

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, GOLA HOUSE
Date: 1703
Nature: 5-bay Palladian house with attic tower rising from apex of roof (similar tto that at Woodlands, Co. Dublin) and single storey wings.  Said to have been built for Joseph Wright in 1703.
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013),531(illus.).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GLASNEVIN, CHURCH OF ST MOBHI (CI)
Date: 1707
Nature: New church, consecrated by Archbishop King in 1707;  plain quadrangular building, 60 x31 ft, attached at W end to tower of earlier date. 'The church is a small structure, rebuilt in 1707, with the exception of the tower, which is overspread with ivy;  the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have recently granted £207 for its repair;  in the churchyard is a memorial tablet to the memory of Dr Delany.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), 297;  Robert Walsh, Fingal and its churches (Dublin, 1888), 222-3;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 297.


Building: CO. CORK, CORK, EXCHANGE
Date: 1708
Nature: Foundation laid.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837),  125.

Building: CO. SLIGO, ANNAMORE HOUSE
Date: 1709
Nature: Monument in demesne erected by Isabella O'Hara, daughter of Sir Francis Gore, May 1709.
Refs: Terence O'Rorke, History of Sligo (1889), I, 462.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, SANTRY, CHURCH OF ST PAPPAN (CI)
Date: 1709
Nature: 'The church, towards the repair of which the the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have granted £264, is a plain neat edifice, rebuilt in 1709, and contains the tombs of many of the Barry and Domville families...'. (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 545;  exterior and interior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 297.


Building: CO. WICKLOW, DONOUGHMORE (BALTINGLASS), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1711?
Nature: 'The church was rebuilt in 1711, and the present tower added to it, in 1821, by aid of a loan of £400 from the late Board of First Fruits.'(Lewis) (but according to Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough it was built in 1765).
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 482;  Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2001), 278. 

Building: CO. KILDARE, MONASTEREVIN, CHURCH OF SS PETER & PAUL (RC)
Date: 1712a
Nature: Altar rails made for church of S. Stefano in Venice, perhaps by member of circle of Giovanni Comin or by Orazio Marinali, brought to Ireland from Italy by Stephen Ram of Ramsfort, Gorey, where they were placed on terrace. Bought by John George Adaire of Rathdare, who sold them to parish priest of Monasterevan in late 1870s.
Refs: Beatrice Whelan, 'From Venice to Monasterevin: the altar rails in the church of Sts Peter and Paul', Irish Architectural and Decorative Studies 5 (2002), 74-89(illus.)

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, FRENCH CHURCH STREET, HUGUENOT CHURCH
Date: 1712ca;1733
Nature: New church built circa 1712 and enlarged 1733. Closed 1813 and taken over by Methodists who built new church on site 1843-45.
Refs: Alicia St Leger, Silver, Sails and Silk - Huguenots in Cork 1685-1850 (1991), 37-38 (nformation from Roger Herlihy, Cork, Jun 2011).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, HILL STREET, ST GEORGE'S CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1714
Nature: New church built as chapel-of-ease in St Mary's parish by Archbishop King and Sir John Eccles. Became parish in 1793. Demolished 1894.
Refs: H.A. Wheeler & M.J. Craig, The Dublin City Churches (1948), 17-18.




Building: CO. CORK, CORK, NORTH GAOL
Date: 1715
Nature: New gaol, 'built by a tax on the inhabitants'.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 125.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, GREEN COAT HOSPITAL
Date: 1715
Nature: New;  'built on a waste piece of ground adjoining  the old church-yard, where the old parish church formerly stood, till it was demolished in the late wars'.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837),

Building: CO. WICKLOW, COOLKENNO, CHURCH OF ST MICHAEL (CI. AGHOLD PARISH)
Date: 1716-1722
Nature: New church. First stone laid 1716. Consecrated, 29 Sep 1722.
Refs: Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 191(illus.),193.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, PARISH OF ST PETER, CHARITY SCHOOLS (002)
Date: 1717-20
Nature: For 40 pupils. School given and endowed by Moses Dean.
Refs: View of Greencoat Hospital & other charitable organizations (1721), ?;   Pigot & Co.'s City of Dublin and Hibernian Provincial Directory (1824), 242;  Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 127.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, SKIDDY'S ALMSHOUSES
Date: 1718
Nature: New premises on site provided by trustees of Green  Coat Hospital.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 126

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, CHURCH PLACE, CHURCH (CI, SHANKILL PARISH, OLD)
Date: 1718p-1725
Nature: New church, consecreated 8 Aug 1725. Steeple added 1736; wooden spire added 1756.
Refs: Clergy of Down & Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 236

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, MARDYKE WALK, HOUSE
Date: 1719
Nature: New walk 'commenced at the private expense of Mr. Edward Webber, who built a house at the west end, where there were good gardens planted with fruit, for the accommodation and entertainment of persons who frequented the walk'.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 126

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, ELIZABETH FORT
Date: 1719
Nature: New barrack built inside fort.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 126.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, JOHN REDMOND STREET, NORTH CHARITABLE INFIRMARY
Date: 1719
Nature: Foundation laid, 1719.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 127.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, KYRL'S QUAY
Date: 1719
Nature: New quay.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 127.

Building: CO. CORK, KILSHANNIG, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1719;1742
Nature: Erected 1719. Partially rebuilt 1742, when spire was raised 19ft (to be exactly like that of Mourne Abbey).' Dragon' presented to crown it. (According to Lewis, spire was taken down in 1815.)
Refs: JCHAS 11 (1905), 56; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 208

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, CHURCH STREET, CHURCH OF ST ANNE SHANDON (CI)
Date: 1720-1729
Nature: New church 'commenced upon the old foundation, where St Mary Shandon stood', 1720 (Tuckey). Nearly finished in Sep 1729. Attributed to John Coltsman by Hodges but by no other sources. Tower added later. Spire erected, 1749.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 127;   R. Caulfield (ed.) The Council Book of the Corporation of the City of Cork (1876), 451,488,653; Richard J. Hodges, Cork and County Cork in the Twentieth Century (1911), ?

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, COVE STREET, CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS (CI, OLD)
Date: 1720-23
Nature: New church replacing earlier one. Founded 19 Jan 1720. Payment made for finishing church, May 1723.
Refs: Marsh's Library, Dublin, MS Z.2.1.7(57); View of the Greencoat Hospital and other charitable organizations in Cork (1721), ?;  Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 127;  R. Caulfield (ed.);  The Council Book of the Corporation of the City of Cork (1876), 415,428;  Roger Herlihy, A Walk through the South Parish (Cork: Red Abbey Publications, 2010), 96.

Building: CO. CORK, BLACKROCK CASTLE
Date: 1720;1723
Nature: 'Built [i.e. restored and remodelled?]' 1720 (Tuckey). Lead cupola proposed, 1723. (Castle became property of Cork Corporation in 1717.)
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 127;  R. Caulfield (ed.) The Council Book of the Corporation of the City of Cork (1876), 343,431

Building: CO. KERRY, ARDFERT ABBEY
Date: 1722ca;1830
Nature: Alts, 1722, to house built between 1650 and 1660. Further alts. in 1830. For Crosbie family (Earls of Glandore). Large Gothick gateway, 'not of a piece with rest of his[Earl of Glandore's] old-fashioned place' seen by Daniel Beaufort, 1788.
Refs: Journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, Aug 1788; JRSAI 21 (1890), 49; Gleanings from an old portfolio (Edinburgh, 1896), 38-39

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, PAUL STREET, ST PAUL'S CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1723-1726;1729
Nature: New church on site granted to Bishop Peter Browne by Cork Corporation. Built by subscriptions of parishioners. Payments by Cork Corporation for building new church, 1723-1726. Corporation Gallery to be made, Apr 1729. Described by Smith, 1749, as a neat, well-built church with a gallery at the W end.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 127;  APSD, C, 147; R. Caulfield (ed.) The Council Book of the Corporation of the City of Cork (1876), 430,451,466,483; ? Smith, History of Cork (1749), ?

Building: CO. TYRONE, NEWTOWNSTEWART, CHURCH OF ST EUGENE (CI, ARDSTRAW PARISH)
Date: 1723-24
Nature: New church.
Refs: Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 442;  illus. in Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 39.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, EMMET PLACE, CUSTOM HOUSE (OLD)
Date: 1724
Nature: 3-storey, 7-bay, red-brick building with stone door and window surrounds and quoins.. Main front has projecting end bays and centrepiece with superimposed Doric and Ionic columns. (Became premises of Royal Cork Institution, q.v., in 1832. Now incorporated into Crawford School of Art)
Refs: Survey plans, 1877, by A.T. Williams in NA, OPW drawings collection, old ref. F.3.4; Complete Irish Traveller (1788), 146; Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 127-8;  Country Life 142, ? Aug 1967, ?; E. McParland, Public Architecture in Ireland: 1680-1760 (2001), 119,120(illus.)

Building: CO. LOUTH, DUNDALK, CHAPEL STREET, ENDOWED SCHOOL (VISCOUNT LIMERICK SCHOOL)
Date: 1725
Nature: New school erected on site of Augustinian monastery. (Closed 1895; Free Library built on site)
Refs: JRSAI18 (1908), 301-2.

Building: CO. DOWN, MOIRA, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1725
Nature: New, 3-bay church with tower and spire, largely financed by Rawdon family.
Refs: Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 220(illus.);  exterior also illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 200.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, CHURCH PLACE, CHURCH (CI, SHANKILL PARISH, OLD)
Date: 1725;1829-32
Nature: '…large whinstone building, corniced with cut stone. The south west gable end (in which is the principal entrance) is handsome and entirely composed of cut stone'. Gothic windows. Tower and wooden spire with bell by John Ruddell, 1794. Plain interior oak cornice, small gallery, 'neatly carved' pulpit.
Refs: Memoir by Thomas McIlroy, 11 Oct 1837, with plan of church, in RIA, OS memoirs, Box 18 (see also Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 113-4);

Building: CO. CORK, DONERAILE, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1726
Nature: Church of 1633 rebuilt by Arthur, Viscount Doneraile.
Refs: Black marble slab with inscription, cited by P. Luckombe, Tour through Ireland (1780), ?, Complete Irish Traveller (1788), ?, J.B. Burke, Visitation of Seats & Arms (2nd ser., 1855), II, 194, and Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 23, no. 99, 19 Nov 1881, 807.

Building: CO. CARLOW, CARLOW, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1726-1732p
Nature: Decision to build new church made at vestry meeting of 18 Jul 1726.  Building came to an end in 1732 because of lack of funds. Arthur Price (Bishop of Ferns and Leighlin, 1730-34) advanced loan of £100 to continue work. Completed building cost £1,168. 18s. 6d.
Refs: Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 219.

Building: CO. CORK, BANDON, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1728
Nature: New meeting house erected.
Refs: D.M.Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 94-96(illus.)

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, SOUTH GAOL
Date: 1728-1730
Nature: EW.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 128.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, DUNBAR STREET, ST FINBARR'S CHURCH (RC, SOUTH PARISH)
Date: 1729
Nature: New slated church replacing one destroyed by fire in 1727.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 128;  Roger Herlihy, A Walk through the South Parish (Cork: Red Abbey Publications, 2010), 77.

Building: CO.ANTRM, DUNEANE (RANDALSTOWN), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1729
Nature: 'The east wall and two side walls ... formed part of a much larger ancinet church.  The present church was downsized by local landlord Major Dobbin in a rebuilding of 1729.   The porch and vestry were added in 1788.'
Refs: Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 224(illus.).


Building: CO. DONEGAL, STRANORLAR, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1729-1733
Nature: Enlargement.
Refs: J.B. Leslie. Raphoe Clergy and Parishes (Enniskillen, 1940), 124.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, BISHOPSTOWN, BISHOP'S CHAPEL
Date: 1730
Nature: Private chapel built by Peter Browne, Bishop of Cork & Ross, in grounds of episcopal residence. Crown & mitre set in centre of courtyard pavement. (Episcopal residence no longer extant; replaced by one in Bishop St?)
Refs: JCHAS (1921), 36

Building: CO. ANTRIM, LOUGHGUILE, CHURCH (CI, OLD)
Date: 1733
Nature: 'The church, a small plain edifice with a tower surmounted by a spire, was rebuilt in 1733, chiefly at the expense of the late Earl Macartney.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 315

Building: CO. KILKENNY, GOWRAN, ALMSHOUSES
Date: 1733-1735
Nature: Almshouse for 4 widows. Square building ornamented with black marble 'near gates of Lord Clifden's demesne'. Inscribed slab records that it was built by James Agar, 1733-1735.
Refs: William Tighe, Statistical Observations relative to the County of Kilkenny (1802), 535

Building: CO. LOUTH, DROGHEDA, NARROW WEST STREET, JAMES BARLOW HOUSE
Date: 1734
Nature: 3-storey, double-pile house with back facade adapted from E.L. Pearce's No. 9 Henrietta Street.  For Alderman James Barlow.   Attr. to Francis Bindon by Knight of Glin in BIGS, 10, Nos. 2 & 3, Apr-Sep 1967, 10;  also attr. to Richard Castle.
Refs: Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 243-4.

Building: CO. KILDARE, CASTLEDERMOT, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1734
Nature: Opened 1734 for 40 children.
Refs: Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack(1750), ?; John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 79; W.W. Seward, Topographia Hibernica (1795), ?

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, IRVINESTOWN, CHURCH (CI, 1734)
Date: 1734
Nature: Rebuilding of 17th cent. church of with square tower, for Rev. Dr. Patrick Delany, rector.. All but tower demolished when new church was built. Inscription on tower reads:'In…1734 this church was rebuilt and the steeple new erected. Patrick Delany, DD, rector.'
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 14: Parishes of Co. Fermanagh 1834-5 (1992), 34; J.B. Leslie, Clogher Clergy and Parishes(1929), 165; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 321

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, GEORGE'S QUAY, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1735
Nature: New meeting house replacing that of 1671.
Refs: David M. Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 117-9

Building: CO. DOWN, BALLYNAHINCH, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1735
Nature: Opened 1735 for 30 children. (Edward McParland suggests that note that Bishop of Dromore is to pay Richard Castle's clerk, 1736/7, in TCD MS 5419 f.30 could refer to building of this school.)
Refs: Gentleman's & Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?; John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 79

Building: CO. LIMERICK, SHANNON GROVE, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1735
Nature: New school opened (for 40, 60 or 100 boys!); 'placed on a high and beautiful situation over the River Shannon and close to the village of Pallas' (Carlisle)
Refs: Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?; John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), ?; Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?

Building: CO. MAYO, MINOLA, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1735
Nature: New charter school for 24 pupils.
Refs: Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?; Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, ST FINN BARRE'S FREE SCHOOL & LIBRARY
Date: 1735
Nature: Free school and library founded by Archdeacon Pomeroy.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 129

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, BISHOP STREET, CATHEDRAL OF ST FINN BARRE (CI, OLD)
Date: 1735-38
Nature: New church replacing decayed mediaeval structure but incorporating lower storey of tower and W doorway. No transepts.Tower and octangular spire at W end. Interior 97 x 57ft. Panelled ceiling resting on Ionic scagliola pillars, N & S galleries on Doric columns. Choir lighted by Venetian window. Principally funded by 5-year tax on coal, levied by Cork Corporation. Construction of new building authorised by Chapter, 9 Apr 1735. Building completed early 1738. (Demolished 1865.)
Refs: J.N. Brewer, The Beauties of Ireland (1825), ?;  Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 128;  APSD, II, C, 147; B 47, ? Jul 1884, 5; JCHAS (1911), 179;  Peter Galloway, The Cathedrals of Ireland (Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies, 1992), 59;  Roger Herlihy, A Walk through the South Parish (Cork: Red Abbey Publications, 2010), 6-7(illus.).

Building: CO. DONEGAL, CASTLE FORWARD (NEWTOWNCUNNINGHAM)
Date: 1735ca-1739
Nature: 9-bay, 2-storey house, for Forward family. 'Building accounts date the house to 1735-9, though the remains look later.'(Rowan). (In ruins.)
Refs: Building accounts, c.1735-39, in NLI, MS 10,470; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 439

Building: CO. MEATH, OLDBRIDGE, BOYNE OBELISK
Date: 1736
Nature: Erected 'by the grateful contributions of several protestants of Great Britain and Ireland' to commemorate the crossing of the river by the forces of William III, 1 July 1690 prior to his defeat of the army of James II at the Battle of the Boyne. FS laid by Duke of Dorset, 1736. (Destroyed, 1922. Only base remains)
Refs: Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 446

Building: CO. TYRONE, AUGHNACLOY, CHURCH OF ST JAMES (CI, CARNTEEL PARISH)
Date: 1736-1740
Nature: New church built at sole expense of Acheson Moore of Ravella from 1736.  Dedicated 1740.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 267;  Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 114.

Building: CO. TYRONE, CASTLECAULFIELD, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1736a
Nature: New school opened, 1736.
Refs: John Angell, A General history of Ireland(1781),?.

Building: CO. CORK, BRINNY (UPTON), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1737
Nature: New church.
Refs: JCHAS (1934), 15

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYCASTLE, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1737
Nature: New school for 25 pupils founded by Hugh Boyd.
Refs: Gentleman's & Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?; John Angel, A General history of Ireland (1781), 79

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BARRACK STREET, BARRACKS (OLD)
Date: 1737
Nature: 2-storey brick building erected 1737, set back from street by 75ft. (Became a fever hospital in 1847 and a ragged school in 1893)
Refs: Ulster Journal of Archaeology (1911), 78

Building: CO. WICKLOW, TEMPLESTOWN, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1737
Nature: New school opened (for 20 or 40 pupils).
Refs: Gentleman’s and Citizen's Almanack  (1750), ?;  John Angell, A General history of Ireland  (1781), 78.

Building: CO. CAVAN, DRUMREILLY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1737
Nature: New church, rplacing earlier one on site.

Refs: Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 252(illus.).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, RATHCOOLE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1738
Nature: New church, consecrated 1 Apr 1738.
Refs: Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2001), 152;   Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 289(illus.) .

Building: CO. MAYO, BALLINROBE, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1738/39
Nature: Opened 1738 for 40 pupils or 1739 for 32 pupils. Described by Daniel Augustus Beaufort in 1787 as 'wretched' building 'in great decay' near the 'new Jail'.
Refs: Gentleman's & Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?; Angel, History of Ireland (1781), 79; Journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, 1787

Building: CO. LIMERICK, KILMALLOCK, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1738a
Nature: Opened 1738 for 20 (or 40?) students. Built at sole expence of Robert Oliver.
Refs: Gentleman's and Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?; John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), ?; William Wenman Seward, Topographia Hibernica (1795), ? 79

Building: CO. DOWN, KILLOUGH, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1738a
Nature: New school for 20 children (Angell says 40) erected by Judge Ward. Opened 1838. (Long ruined by 1878.)
Refs: Gentleman's & Citizen's Almanack (1750); John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 79; James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. LIMERICK, KILFINANE, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1739
Nature: Built at expense of Robert Oliver (d.1745), MP, pf Cloghanodfoy. Opened 1739 for 20 pupils.
Refs: Gentleman's & Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?; John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 79 (gives date of opening as 1738); Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), I, 388

Building: CO. LOUTH, DUNDALK, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1739
Nature: New school for 20 children opened 1739 (Angell says 1738)
Refs: Gentleman’s and Citizen's Almanack (1750), ? (B of I); John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), ? (B of I)

Building: CO. GALWAY, NEWTOWN EYRE, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1740
Nature: Opened 1740 for 40 pupils.
Refs: John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 79; Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?

Building: CO. DONEGAL, RAYMOCHY, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1740
Nature: New school for 27 pupils opened 1740.
Refs: John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 79; Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?; Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?

Building: CO. ROSCOMMON, TYBOHINE (FRENCHPARK), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1740
Nature: New church. 'The church is an ancient building, remarkable for its vaulted roof;  the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have recently granted £240 for its repair.'(Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 599). (Now [2013] Douglas Hyde Centre)
Refs: Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 447(illus.).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ST STEPHEN'S GREEN, NO. 099
Date: 1742
Nature: Nos. 99 and 101 built for or by a Samuel Fairbrother in 1742. (A Samuel Fairbrother was the King's Stationer in 1738.)
Refs: Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 545.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ST STEPHEN'S GREEN, NO. 101
Date: 1742
Nature: Built (with No. 99) by or for Samuel Fairbrother in 1742. (Demolished.  A Samuel Fairbrother was King's Stationer in 1738.)
Refs: Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 545.

Building: CO. DOWN, BALLYNACRAIG (DOWNPATRICK), CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI, INCH PARISH)
Date: 1742;1784;1826
Nature: 'The church, erected in 1742, and enlarged and repaired by a loan from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1831, is a handsome structure, with a tower and spire , added in 1784, and a transverse aisle added in 1826' (Lewis;  but according to Rankin, Rev. F.W. Mant dated tower, spire and transepts to 1835.)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), 14;  Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 128(illus.). 

Building: CO. CLARE, BALLYKETT, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1743
Nature: New school for 40 pupils opened.
Refs: Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack (1750)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CHURCH AVENUE (DRUMCONDRA), CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST (CI, DRUMCONDRA PARISH)
Date: 1743
Nature: New church erectedby Mary Coghill in memory of her brother Marmaduke Coghill. Consecrated, 12 Jul 1743.
Refs: Robert Walsh, Fingal and its churches (1888), 224;  Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2001), 96.

Building: CO. WATERFORD, WATERFORD, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1744
Nature: New school opened in 1744 for 30 pupils.
Refs: Gentleman’s and Citizen's Almanack  (1750), ?;  John Angell, A General history of Ireland  (1781), 80.

Building: CO. WATERFORD, KILLOTERAN, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1744
Nature: New school founded 1744. Endowed by Waterford Corporation.
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?;   J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 555


Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARRICKFERGUS, CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS (CI)
Date: 1745
Nature: Repairs after collapse of roof. (But cf. JRSAI 35 (1905), 317, which says that chancel roof fell in in 1754.)
Refs: Samuel McSkimin, The history and antiquities of the county of the town of Carrickfergus, from the earliest records till 1839 : also a statistical survey of said county (New ed., 1909), 371

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILKENNY, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1745
Nature: New school for 40 pupils completed and opened 1745.
Refs: Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?; John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 70; JRSAI 80 (1950), 51

Building: CO. DOWN, BRIGHT, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1745-1750
Nature: New church on site of ancient one, built at expense of Patrick Delany, Dean of Down; 'not quite finished within' in 1750. Descr. by Lewis as 'a small edifice in the Grecian style, erected in 1745'.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 224; Lady Llanover, ed., Autobiography and Correspondence of …Mrs Delany (1862), II, 587; Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 91(illus.);  exterior also illus. in Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 189.

Building: CO. WICKLOW, ANNAMOE, BRIDGE
Date: 1746
Nature: New bridge opened(?) April 1746.
Refs: Inscription on parapet (G.N. Wright, Tours in Ireland (1823), ?; G.N. Wright, A Guide to the County of Wicklow. Illustrated by engravings after the designs of G. Petrie, Esq.: and a large map of the county (1822), 128.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PHOENIX PARK, PHOENIX COLUMN
Date: 1747
Nature: Erected Apr 1747.
Refs: Faulkner's Dublin Journal, 1-4 Apr 1845; 4-7 Apr 1747

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, LEITRIM STREET, FOUNDLING HOSPITAL
Date: 1747
Nature: New foundation, consisting of large quadrangle with chapel on W side. Opened 1747. Provided for 446 inmates and 872 externs. (Discontinued 1856; site subsequently occupied by Murphy's Brewery.)
Refs: J. Windele, Historical and Descriptive Notices of the City of Cork (1849), ?; JCHAS (1943), 93

Building: CO. CORK, CHARLEVILLE, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1747
Nature: New school for 20 pupils opened 1747. (In 1837 occupied by rector, Rev. J.R. Cotter, inventor of 'a new and very powerful bass wind instrument, called the Basso Hibernico' (Lewis))
Refs: Gentleman's & Citizen's Almanack (1750); John Angell, A General History of Ireland (1781), 80 (which gives date of opening as 1748); S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 325

Building: CO. DONEGAL, CULDAFF, CHURCH OF ST BUADAN (CI)
Date: 1747;1828
Nature: New church, 1747; tower added, 1828.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Derry Clegy and Parishes (1937), 169-70; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 224;  F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 127(illus.).

Building: CO. TYRONE, CALEDON HOUSE
Date: 1747ca
Nature: Root house already built for £5; also lodge consisting of large room with 3 rooms behind 'in the form of Buckingham House' already built. Bone house proposed. For John, 5th Earl of Orrery.
Refs: E.C. Orrery, ed., The Orrery Papers (1903), II, 2-3

Building: CO. DOWN, STRANGFORD, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1748
Nature: New school for 40 children opened 1748.
Refs: Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack (1750); John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 80

Building: CO. KILDARE, CARBURY, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1748
Nature: New school opened 1748 for 40 pupils. Built by Mrs Judith Colley and Mrs Elizabeth Colley.
Refs: Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack(1750), ?; John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 80; W.W. Seward, Topographia Hibernica (1795), ?

Building: CO. GALWAY, MOUNTSHANNON, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1748
Nature: Opened 1748 for 10 pupils.
Refs: Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack(1750), ?

Building: CO. MEATH, TRIM, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1748
Nature: New school for 40 pupils opened 1748.
Refs: Gentleman’s and Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?; John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 80

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, CLONMEL, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1748
Nature: New school for 40 pupils opened 1848.
Refs: John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 80.

Building: CO. WATERFORD, VILLIERSTOWN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1748
Nature: New chapel-of-ease., for John Villiers, 1st Earl Grandison.
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, WORKHOUSE (OLD)
Date: 1748a
Nature: Workhouse completed, 1748.

Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 131.

Building: CO. WICKLOW, ARKLOW, CHARTER SCHOOLS
Date: 1748a
Nature: New school for 40 pupils. Founded by Viscountess Allen, who donated £50 towards its erection and 30 acres of land.
Refs: Gentleman’s and Citizen's Almanack  (1750), ?;  John Angell, A General history of Ireland  (1781),  80; G.N. Wright, Tours in Ireland (1823), ?.
 



Building: CO. LAOIS, MOUNTMELLICK, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1749
Nature: New meeting house replacing that of 1714.
Refs: D.M.Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 75-6(illus.)

Building: CO. CORK, CASTLEMARTYR, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1749
Nature: New school, opened 1749 for 40 pupils.
Refs: Gentleman's and Citizen's Almanack (1750), 66; John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 80

Building: CO. CORK, KINSALE, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1749
Nature: Opened 1749 for 20 pupils.
Refs: Gentleman's & Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?; John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781),80

Building: CO. KILDARE, MAYNOOTH, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1749
Nature: New school built and opened.
Refs: Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?; John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 80

Building: CO. GALWAY, LOUGHREA, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1749
Nature: New school built and opened .
Refs: John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 80; Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, PRESENTATION ROAD, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1749?
Nature: New school. Land given for same. 1747. Erected 1749? (Converted to artillery barracks, 1798 and became Presentation convent, 1814)
Refs: James Hardiman, History of the town and county…of Galway (1820), 287,316-17 (but cf. John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 80, who says school was opened in 1755)

Building: CO. CORK, DUNMANWAY, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1750-51
Nature: New school for 40 children on land given by Sir Richard Cox (at Kilbarry?), who also provided slate, stones and labourers and endowment of £20 p.a. In progress 1750. Opened 1751. Seemed 'nearly ruinous' though inhabited when D.A. Beaufort visited it in 1788.
Refs: Gentleman's & Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?; John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 80; Complete Irish Traveller (1788), ?; Journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, 31 Aug 1788

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, NEWPORT, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1750-51
Nature: New school., largely funded by Lord Jocelyn.  Opened 1751.
Refs: Gentleman’s and Citizen's Almanack (1750), ? ; John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 80; William Wenman Seward, Topographia Hibernica (1795), ?.

Building: CO. CORK, INNISHANNON, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1750-52.
Nature: New charter school for boys in process of erection on site given by Mr Adderley, who also gave £200 towards cost of building. Opened 1752.
Refs: Gentleman's & Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?; John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 80; J.N. Brewer, The Beauties of Ireland (1825), ?

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, BROAD LANE, THEATRE
Date: 1750-53
Nature: 'built by Barry'.
Refs: Complete Irish Traveller (1788), 152; J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 287

Building: CO. LONGFORD, LONGFORD, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1750-53
Nature: New. Opened 1753.
Refs: John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), ?; Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack (1750), ?

Building: CO. ROSCOMMON, ARDCARNE, CHURCH OF ST BEAIDH (CI)
Date: 1750ca
Nature: 'The church is an ancient structure, which was enlarged by a grant of £600 from the late Board of First Fruits, and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have lately granted £234 for its further repair.' (Lewis) 'The present building was constructed around 1750, enlarged in 1828 and repaired in 1859, following a fire the previous year.' (Costegalde & Walker)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837),  I, 43;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 247(illus.).

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, CHAPEL LANE, CHURCH OF ST MALACHY (RC, OLD)
Date: 1750p
Nature: New chapel on land owned by Annesley family. Greatly enlarged c. 1800.
Refs: James Stuart, Historical Memoirs of the City of Armagh (Newry, 1819), ?

Building: CO. CARLOW, RATHVILLY, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1751
Nature: 'The church, built in 1751, though small, is a pretty structure with a handsome spire lately added;  it has been lately repaired by a grant of £315 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 509;  exterior illus. in  Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 291.

Building: CO. KILDARE, RATHANGAN, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1752
Nature: New meeting house, of traditional form.
Refs: D.M.Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 80-81(illus.)

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, PROSPECT ROW, METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1752
Nature: Oldest methodist foundation in Cork, erected 1752.
Refs: J. Windele, Historical and Descriptive Notices of the City of Cork (1849), ?

Building: CO. SLIGO, SLIGO, ERASMUS SMITH CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1752-1755
Nature: New 3-storey school on four acres given by Owen Wynne, 'building' in 1752. Opened 1755 for 80 children. Governors of Erasmus Smith Schools paid Incorporated Society for Promoting English Protestant Schools £500 towards its building and £250 per annum. (School closed in 1854 but building later used for Diocesan School and then for Grammar School.)
Refs: William Wenman Seward, Topographia Hibernica (1795), ?; William Gregory Wood Martin, History of Sligo, county and town, from the earliest ages to the close of the reign of Queen Elizabeth (to the present time) (Dublin, 1882-92), III, 416; Terence O'Rorke, History of Sligo (1889), II, 439.

Building: CO. KILDARE, ELM GROVE (NAAS)
Date: 1752a
Nature: 'large new built house....all well wainscotted, some of it in the Corinthian order, has six room on a floor, a large hall, and some Italian marble chimney and Aegyptian marble pieces, vaults under the house for all kinds of liquor...two large stables and two coach houses, a garden about 2½ acres' &c. To be let.
Refs: Faulkner's Dublin Journal, 7-11 Jan 1752

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, GLENDERMOTT, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1753
Nature: New church
Refs: J.B.Leslie, Derry Clergy and Parishes (Enniskillen, 1937), 233;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 81, and Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 168.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CHRISTCHURCH PLACE, CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL (CI)
Date: 1754
Nature: Old S entrance 'thrown down and a grand one is rebuilding in a uniform handsome manner'.
Refs: Faulkner's Dublin Journal, 17-20 Aug 1754

Building: CO. WICKLOW, BELLEVUE (DELGANY)
Date: 1754
Nature: Property bought in 1753 from Dr Corbet, Dean of St Patrick's, by David La Touche (1703-1785), who built house in 1754.
Refs: John Ferrar, A view of ancient and modern Dublin, with its improvements to the year 1796. To which is added A tour to Bellevue, in the county of Wicklow, the seat of Peter la Touche, Esq.  (Dublin, 1796), 98.

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, BELLANODE, CHURCH OF ST DAVNET (CI, TYDAVNET PARISH)
Date: 1754p;1830
Nature: New church.  'An Order in Coucil for removing the site of the Parish Church [from Tydavnet to Bellanode] is dated Nov. 15, 1754.  The Church was enlarged in 1830 at a cost of £471...'  (Leslie).
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Clogher Clergy and Parishes  (1929), 257;  illus. in Clergy of Clogher  (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2006), 94.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARRICKFERGUS, MARKET HOUSE
Date: 1755
Nature: Arcaded, 2-storey building. (Described by McSkimin as having 3 arches and by Brett as having 4.; converted into Belfast Bank, 1961.)
Refs: Samuel McSkimin, The history and antiquities of the county of the town of Carrickfergus, from the earliest records till 1839 : also a statistical survey of said county (New ed., 1909), 173; C.E.B. Brett, Court Houses and Market Houses of the Province of Ulster (UAHS, 1973), 30; Sheela Speers, Under the Big Lamp(1989), 24(illus.)

Building: CO. ARMAGH, MULLAVILLY (TANDRAGEE), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1755
Nature: Large handsome building with tall spire and steeple, erected in 1755 at the expense of the incumbent at the time. (Lewis says erected by Primate Robinson and not consecrated until 1785.)
Refs: A Tour in Ireland in 1813 & 1814. By an Englishman [John Gough?] (1817), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 410;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 129.

Building: CO. GALWAY, MONIVEA, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1755
Nature: New school opened 1755. ('gone to ruin' when Rev. D.A. Beaufort visited the town in 1787, though 'nursery' remained')
Refs: John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 80

Building: CO. WEXFORD, BALLINTORE (FERNS), QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1756
Nature: Built by Fossie Thackaberry, 'the Preacher', and Joseph Smithson. (Now converted to residential use).
Refs: David Rowe & Eithne Scallan, Houses of Wexford(Ballinakella Press, 2004), no. 83

Building: CO. KERRY, BALLYHORGAN HOUSE (RATTOO)
Date: 1756a
Nature: House 'new built' in 1756. For Anthony Stoughton.
Refs: Charles Smith, Antient and present state of the county of Kerry (1774), ?

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, FARRAGH, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1758
Nature: New school for 60 boys, opened 1758. Built with bequest from Rev. William Wilson, nephew & heir of Andrew Wilson, benefactor of Wilson's Hospital.
Refs: John Angell, A General history of Ireland  (1781), 80;  Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?;  Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 426.

Building: CO. CORK, BALLINADEE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1759
Nature: 'The church is a large edifice, built in 1759, and a square tower has been recently added.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 107.

Building: CO. CORK, INISCARRA, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1760
Nature: New school fo 20 female children opened 1760.
Refs: John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 80

Building: CO. DERRY, GARVAGH, CHURCH OF ST PAUL (CI, ERRIGAL PARISH)
Date: 1760
Nature: 'The church was built in 1760 by George Canning Esquire, ancestor of the present George Canning…It was erected for the purposes of a chapel of ease and has continued to be since the decay of the old church in Ballintemple…'
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 27, 37;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 77.

Building: CO. ROSCOMMON, ROSCOMMON, PROTESTANT CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1760
Nature: New school opened, 1760.
Refs: John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 80.

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, ATHLONE, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1760
Nature: New school, opened 1760.
Refs: John Angell, A General history of Ireland  (1781), 80

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, OLIVER PLUNKETT STREET, THEATRE (OLD)_
Date: 1760
Nature: New theatre opened, 21 Jul 1760.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 138.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, COOLOCK, CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST (CI)
Date: 1760
Nature: New church, consecrated 21 Sep 1760.  On site of earlier structure. (Originally dedicated to St Brendan.)
Refs: Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2001), 84.

Building: CO. DOWN, HILLSBOROUGH, CHURCH OF ST MALACHI (CI)
Date: 1760-1775
Nature: Church of 1662 remodelled and enlarged by Wills Hill, 1st Earl of Hillsborough to designs of an English architect, possibly Sanderson Miller.  Reopened 22 Aug 1773,
Refs: C.E.B. Brett, Historic Buildings…in…Mid Down (UAHS, 1974), 8(illus.),9;  Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 121(illus.); exterior also illus in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 193.

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILKENNY, HIGH STREET, THOLSEL
Date: 1760-61
Nature: New tholsel, costing £1,315.5s.8d. 'It is to be regretted that we have no memorial preserved of the artist who designed the plan of this tholsel. There was a tradition existing in the town down to twenty years since, and still remembered by a few, that the architect was an Italian.' (Could this be Davis Ducart?)
Refs: John Hogan, 'The Three Tholsels of Kilkenny', JRSAI 15 (1879-82), 236-252

Building: CO. LONGFORD, LONGFORD, COLLEGE PARK, TEMPLEMICHAEL GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1760a
Nature: 'The glebe-house is beautifully situated…near the river Camlin, which flows through the demesne; it was built in 1760, and for its improvement various sums were expended between 1763 and 1795, amounting altogether to £2314.'(Lewis)  According to Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh house was built before 1760; £1,388 was spent on it in 1763 and £300 and £600 in 1799. Built by Dean Ryder (i.e. John Ryder). Described by Daniel Beaufort as a small hewn stone house with a 'neat Court before it', having 'more the appearance of an English Country House than any place I have seen'
Refs: Journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, 1787; Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 606;  Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 310(illus.),311;  exterior illus. in National Inventory of Architectural Heritage, http://www.buildingsofireland.ie/niah/search.jsp?type=record&county=LF&regno=13008015 (last visited, Mar 2017).

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, NICHOLAS STREET, DR HALL'S ALMS HOUSE
Date: 1761
Nature: '…in 1761 the present neat and convenient edifice was erected, which contains apartments for thirteen men and twelve women…'
Refs: Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), II, 604-5

Building: CO. DOWN, DONAGHMORE, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1762
Nature: Church enlarged. (congregation formed in 1705.)
Refs: Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 269-70(illus.)


Building: CO. DOWN, CASTLE WARD
Date: 1762ca-1772ca
Nature: New house, for Bernard Ward (later 1st Viscount Bangor). Has one Classical front and one Gothic front. Built of Bath stone. Girouard suggests James Bridges or Thomas Paty, both of Bristol, as architect.
Refs: Lady Llanover, ed., Autobiography and Correspondence of …Mrs Delany (1862), I, 21; Douglas Scott Richardson, Gothic Revival Architecture in Ireland (1983), 114-6; Mark Girouard, 'Castleward, Co. Down', Country Life 130, 23 & 30 Nov 1961, 1260-3,1320-3

Building: CO. KERRY, CASTLEISLAND, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1763
Nature: New school opened 1763.
Refs: John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), ?

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, METHODIST CHURCH (OLD)
Date: 1763
Nature: New; a 'handsome edifice' built near City Court House. Opened 1 May 1763. Cost £600
Refs: J. Ferrar, The History of Limerick…to the year 1787 (1787), ?; Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), II, 564

Building: CO. MAYO, BALLINA, ARDNAREE, CHURCH OF ST MICHAEL (CI, KILMOREMOY PARISH)
Date: 1763
Nature: 'The church ... was built in 1763, by aid of a gift of £300 from the late Board [of First Fruits]...'
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 189;  exterior illus. in  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 271.



Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, BRIDGE STREET, CITY COURT HOUSE (OLD)
Date: 1763-64
Nature: 'sumptuous City Court house commenced on the ground where the old Courthouse stood in Quay Lane, opposite to the Mayoralty House' (Lenihan). Cost £700. (Purchased by Christian Brothers, 1845.)
Refs: J. Ferrar, The History of Limerick…to the year 1787 (1787), ?; Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), II, 580; M. Lenihan, Limerick; its history and antiquities (1866), 355 (quoting from White MSS.)

Building: CO. LIMERICK, KILPEACON, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1763;1820
Nature: Church destroyed by Whiteboys, 1762, rebuilt 1763, enlarged 1820; 'a neat edifice with a square embattled tower' containing handsome monument to Sir William King (Lewis). Church 'very fine…ornamented with a handsome tower' (Fitzgerald)
Refs: Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), ?; Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 198

Building: CO. ANTRIM, GRACEHILL
Date: 1763p
Nature: Moravian settlement laid out from 1763. Included chapel, academy, single women's residence, widows' house, boarding school for girls, shop & inn.
Refs: Plans of settlement and individual buildings (shop, church meeting halls, sisters' house) 1763-1792, and topographical views, 1820, 1829, 1889, in Unitätsarchive der Evangelischen Brüder-Unität Herrnhut, Germany, see http://www.archiv.ebu.de/seiten/de/main_bestand.html  (2 of these plans, TS MP.169.12, TS Mp.170.3 exh. Gebaute Utopien, Franckesche Stiftungen, Halle, Germany, 2010, cat. nos. 5.32,5.33 (information from Dr Holger Zaunstöck, Halle);  J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 474;  Gilbert Camblin, The Town in Ulster (Belfast: Wm. Mullan & Son, 1951), 97.

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, LISBELLAW, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1764
Nature: 'The church, or chapel of ease to the parochial church of Cleenish, is neat edifice, built in 1764 by Lord Rosse [ie. Sir Ralph Gore,cr. 1st Earl pf Ross, 1772] , who was interred in a vault beneath'. (Lewis) Church enlarged and altered between 1841 and 1854 and bell tower added, 1894 (Costegalde & Walker).
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 277;  Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979),356;  illus. in Clergy of Clogher  (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2006), 70;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 151(illus.).

Building: CO. SLIGO, DROMARD, CHRIST CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1764;1818
Nature: The church, a neat plain building with a square tower, was erected by the grandfather of Col. Irwin, and subsequently enlarged in 1818, by aid of a loan of £600 from the same board [Board of First Fruits].' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 504;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 272(illus.).



Building: CO. CORK, CASTLEMARTYR, CASTLE MARTYR
Date: 1764p
Nature: Additions, by 2nd Earl of Shannon (succ. 1764) including dining room (32 x 22ft and drawing room, a double cube 50 x 25 x 25ft., which was much admired by Young in Sep 1776.
Refs: Arthur Young, Tour in Ireland (1780), II, 46

Building: CO. WICKLOW, KILPIPE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1765
Nature: New church built on new site in accordance with Order in council, 13 Dec 1759.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 204;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 458.

Building: CO. DONEGAL, CARRIGANS, CHURCH OF ST FIACH (CI, KILLEA PARISH)
Date: 1765
Nature: New church for Rev. William Law.
Refs: Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), Pt 1, 153(illus.)

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, DUNBAR STREET, ST FINBARR'S CHURCH (RC, SOUTH PARISH)
Date: 1766
Nature: New church consisting of nave and N transept, erected  for Father Daniel O'Brien, PP, following partial collapse of earlier church on site. S transept added and N transept heightened to form T-plan structure, 1809. for Dr Florence MacCarthy, PP.
Refs: 'Ordnance Survey, Cork City' (B. of I.); J. Windele, Historical and Descriptive Notices of the City of Cork (1849), ?; JCHAS (1943), 27;  Roger Herlihy, A Walk through the South Parish (Cork: Red Abbey Publications, 2010), 78-79.

Building: CO. KILDARE, RATHMORE, CHURCH OF ST COLUMBKILL (CI)
Date: 1766
Nature: 'the church is a small plain structure, with a square tower, erected by aid of agrant of £450, in 1766, from the same Board [of First Fruits], which also granted for it, in 1824, £375, as a gift: it has lately been repaired by a grant of £187 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.' (Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 504;  exterior illus in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 324.

Building: CO. DONEGAL, INCH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1766
Nature: New church built as chapel-of-ease in Templemore parish. (In ruins)
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Derry Clegy and Parishes (1937), 235; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 318;   F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999),  146(illus.).

Building: CO. SLIGO, RATHBARRON, CHURCH (CI, KILLORAN PARISH)
Date: 1766-67
Nature: New church on site presented by Charles O'Hara of Annaghmore. 'The church, which is a small building with a square tower, was erected by aid of a gift of 500 from the late Board of First Fruits in 1766.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 152;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Tuam, Killala and Achonry (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 223;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 273(illus.).



Building: CO. KILKENNY, WHITECHURCH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1766ca
Nature: The church is a neat building with a spire, erected by Archbishop Cox, and to which in 1766, the late Board of First Fruits gave £200, and in 1820, £300.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), ii, 714

Building: CO. DONEGAL, CASTLEFINN, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI, DONAGHMORE PARISH)
Date: 1766ca
Nature: Church rebuilt 'about 70 years since [i.e. c.1766]' during incumbency of the Revd Mr Spence[i.e Rev. Nicholas Spence, who succ. his father in 1765?]
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland 39, 34; exterior illus.
F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 131, and Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 171.


Building: CO. CARLOW, TULLOW, BRIDGE
Date: 1767
Nature: Bridge over River Slaney, 'built, according to an inscription on it, in the year 1767' (Lewis).
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 655

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILKENNY, JOHN'S GREEN, COUNTY INFIRMARY
Date: 1767
Nature: Founded or opened 1766; 'it contains two male and two female wards, in each of which are 10 beds…'(Lewis)
Refs: William Tighe, Statistical Observations relative to the County of Kilkenny (1802), 516; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 114; illus. in Tom Boyle, Kilkenny county Council: A Century of Local Government (Kilkenny County Council, 1999), 74

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, COLETRAIN, CHURCH OF ST RONAN (CI, AGHALURCHER PARISH)
Date: 1767
Nature: New church, built 1767. (Rowan says 1762)
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Clogher Clergy and Parishes (1929), 109; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 201;  illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 145.


Building: CO. TYRONE, CALEDON, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1767
Nature: 'New church, 'erected by Primate Robinson, in 1767, during the incumbency of the Rev. C.W. Congreave'.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 244;  illus. in  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 126.

Building: CO. KERRY, TARBERT, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1768
Nature: Opened 1768.
Refs: John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 81

Building: CO. CLARE, NEWMARKET-ON-FERGUS, CHARTER SCHOOL
Date: 1768a
Nature: New school, opened 1768.
Refs: John Angell, A General history of Ireland (1781), 81

Building: CO. CORK, CROSSHAVEN HOUSE
Date: 1769
Nature: For William Hayes. Design appears to be an amalgam of two designs in Isaac Ware's Complete Body of Architecture (1756), Pls. 40,54.
Refs: Datestone on back of entrance front pediment;  Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 95,96(illus.)

Building: CO. DOWN, MAGHERACRANMONEY, ROCKS CHAPEL (RC)
Date: 1769
Nature: New church, completed 31 Oct 1769. Only thatched church in diocese.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. CLARE, CLONLARA, BRIDGE ACROSS CANAL
Date: 1769
Nature: Datestone on bridge. Sheela-na-gig, said to have been removed from Newtown Castle, set into parapet.
Refs: North Munster Antiquarian Journal (1967), 221

Building: CO. DONEGAL, CARNDONAGH, CHURCH (CI, DONAGH PARISH)
Date: 1769;1812;1898
Nature: New church, 1769. Enlarged and re-roofed, 1812. Roof replaced, 1894. Vestry added 1898.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Derry Clegy and Parishes (1937), 190;  F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999),  130(illus.)

Building: CO. CAVAN, STRADONE, CHURCH (RC, LARAGH LOWER PARISH)
Date: 1770
Nature: '…erected in the year 1770 and accommodates about 500 parishioners'. (Replaced by new church, 1837.)
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 40: Counties of South Ulster 1834-8, 41

Building: CO. DOWN, CARROWCARLIN, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1770-1773
Nature: New church.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. WEXFORD, COURTOWN, CHURCH (CI, KILTENNEL PARISH)
Date: 1770p
Nature: Old church at Prospect, built ca 1609, demolished, 1770, and new church built in Courtown demesne..
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 209

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, CHANTER HILL (ENNISKILLEN)
Date: 1770s
Nature: Erected during incumbency of Dr Thomas Smith, 1772-1781. (Smith also planted rows of elms on W & N sides of churchyard.)
Refs: Rev. B.W. Adams, History and description of Santry and Cloghran parishes, Co. Dublin (1883), 73

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DUNDONALD, CHURCH OF ST ELIZABETH (CI, OLD)
Date: 1771;1774
Nature: 'The church, a small edifice, was rebuilt on the site of a former church, in 1771, and a tower was added to it in 1774.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 572;  Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 100.

Building: CO. DERRY, BOVEVAGH, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1772
Nature: New glebe house (Camnish House?).
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Derry Clegy and Parishes (1937), 126

Building: CO. DONEGAL, CLONMANY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1772
Nature: New church built 1772 by Rev. William Chichester. (Dismantled 1927)
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survery Memoirs of Ireland 38 (Institute of Irish Studies, 1997), 14; J.B. Leslie, Derry Clegy and Parishes (1937), 162-3; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 198;  F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 123(illus.).

Building: CO. WEXFORD, CAMOLIN, CHURCH (CI, TOMB PARISH)
Date: 1772-75;1823
Nature: New church, 60 x 22 ft., consecrated 21 Jun 1775. Enlarged in 1823 at cost of £555.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 248;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 346.

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, ROSCREA, ROSEMARY STREET, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1773
Nature: New quaker meeting house opened, 1773, on 'old tenter ground'.
Refs: D.M.Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 122-3(illus.)

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, BARRACKS
Date: 1773
Nature: New barracks.
Refs: APSD, A, 98-99

Building: CO. KILDARE, DONADEA CASTLE
Date: 1773
Nature: 'Elizabethan front' erected in 1773. For Sir Fitzgerald Aylmer (who, according to William Wenman Seward, |Topographia Hibernica| (1795), ?, repaired ruined castle 'at considerable expense')
Refs: J.B. Burke, Visitation of Seats and Arms (2nd ser., 1855), I, 80-81

Building: CO. CORK, CLOYNE, CATHEDRAL OF ST COLMAN (CI)
Date: 1773-1776
Nature: Choir repaired (and lengthened?) by Charles Agar, Bishop of Cloyne, in Gothic/Italian style. New organ screen. Caulfield records order to lengthen choir westward(?), 1773, and taking down of Great Arch(choir arch?), 1774.
Refs: Richard Colt Hoare, Journal of a tour in Ireland, AD 1806 (1807), ?; J. Windele, Historical and Descriptive Notices of the City of Cork (1849), ?; R. Caulfield, Annals of the Cathedral of St Coleman, Cloyne (1882), ?

Building: CO. MEATH, SLANE, MILL
Date: 1773-1776
Nature: New mill: 'a very large edifice, excellently built'. Cost of mill and offices £20,000. (Belonged to a Mr Jebb in 1795.)
Refs: Arthur Young, A Tour in Ireland…Selected & edited by Constantia Maxwell (1925), 12; William Wenman Seward, Topographia Hibernica (1795), ? (gives date as 1763-66)

Building: CO. LIMERICK, BALLYNAGARDE (OR BALLYNAGUARDE)
Date: 1774
Nature: New house with 5-bay pedimented front built on site of an old castle by John Croker. Cost: £10,000. Fine range of offices at rere.
Refs: Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), I, 296; North Munster Antiquarian Journal (1949), 19; Mark Bence-Jones, Burke's Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 25(illus.).

Building: CO. LOUTH, DROGHEDA, LINEN HALL STREET WEST, LINEN HALL
Date: 1774
Nature: Extensive building on piece of land granted by Corporation in 1770. Contains 5 halls. N hall built 1774, additions made subsequently.
Refs: John D’Alton, History of Drogheda (1844), ?

Building: CO. ANTRIM, LISBURN, PROSPECT HILL, QUAKER SCHOOL
Date: 1774ca
Nature: New school built with money from the bequest of John Hancock, 1766. In progress in 1774. Became Friends Provincial School in 1792.
Refs: JRSAI 98 (1968), 55; D.M. Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 168

Building: CO. LAOIS, STRADBALLY, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI)
Date: 1774p
Nature: New church in town of Stradbally.
Refs: Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 301(illus.),303.


Building: CO. CORK, DROMORE (KILSHANNIG)
Date: 1775p
Nature: 'Lord Muskerry [m. 1775; cr. baron. 1781] expended £30,000 on a great house, 120 x 80ft, part of which was finished and furnished in the most elegant & superb stile. He has been content to cut down the woods & to pull down the house & sell its materials to raise £1000 or £1,500. A few walls still remain & exhibit from a distance a lofty ruin' (Beaufort, 1788)
Refs: Journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, 1788; JCHAS (1905), 36

Building: CO. CORK, OLD DROMORE (MALLOW)
Date: 1776
Nature: New house for Sir Robert Tilson Deane, described as 'a very large house, building' by Arthur Young, 14 Sep 1776. Dismantled and materials sold soon after it was built.
Refs: Arthur Young, Tour in Ireland (1780), II, 29

Building: CO. KILDARE, KILLADOON
Date: 1776
Nature: Although Clements was an amateur architect house 'lacks the characteristics of the houses known to be by him or convincingly attributed to him' (Bence-Jones)
Refs: Arthur Young, A Tour in Ireland…Selected & edited by Constantia Maxwell (1925), 7; Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 169(illus.)

Building: CO. LIMERICK, BRUFF, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1776
Nature: New church, on site of earlier one. 'The church, a large edifice in the early English style, with a tower surmounted by a lofty octagonal spire of stone, contains an ancient monument of the Hartstonge family rather in a neglected condition…'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 227; Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 25, 430

Building: CO. CORK, DONERAILE COURT
Date: 1776a
Nature: New granary with flue in walls for a fire to air building and dry corn, 'so completely built that not a mouse can possibly get in'. For 1st Baron (later viscount) Doneraile.
Refs: Arthur Young, Tour in Ireland (Dublin, 1780), II, 24

Building: CO. CORK, ROSTELLAN CASTLE
Date: 1776a
Nature: 'The view [over Cork harbour] is seen in great perfection from the windos of two very good rooms, 25 by 35, which his Lordship [William, 4th Earl of Inchiquin] has built in addition to the old castle.' (Arthur Young, 21 Sep 1776)
Refs: Arthur Young, Tour in Ireland (Dublin, 1780), 64; Mary Cecilia Lyons, Illustrated Incumbered Estates Ireland, 1850-1905 (1993), 197(illus.)

Building: CO. CORK, BLARNEY, CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION (CI, GARRYCLOYNE PARISH)
Date: 1776ca;1835
Nature: New church, described by Lewis as 'a handsome building of the Doric order'. Enlarged in 1835. Described by an Windele as being' of plain cruciform plan' and spireless.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), 212,650; J. Windele, Historical and Descriptive Notices of the City of Cork (1849), ?;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 365(illus.).

Building: CO. DERRY, TOBERHEAD, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1777
Nature: New meeting house consisting of single 3-bay room and porch. Originally thatched.
Refs: D.M. Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 192-3(ILLUS.)

Building: CO. LOUTH, DRUMCAR HOUSE
Date: 1777
Nature: New 5-bay, 3-storey over basement house for John McClintock, MP.
Refs: J.B. Burke, A Visitation of the seats and arms of the noblemen and gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland (2nd ser., 1855), I, 49; Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 112(illus.); Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 250

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, TUCKEY STREET, GUARD HOUSE
Date: 1777
Nature: FS laid 11 Sep 1777.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 176.

Building: CO. DOWN, SAINTFIELD, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1777
Nature: New church, 1777;  interior renovated (removal of box pews, &c.), 1890.  see also CO. DOWN, SAINTFIELD, MEETING HOUSE.
Refs: Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 221(illus.)

Building: CO. DOWN, SAINTFIEDL, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1777.
Nature: New church built 1777. Interior renovated 1890.
Refs: Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 221.

Building: CO. DOWN, SAINTFIELD, MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1778
Nature: Tendered for on 4 Aug 1778. (Is this the Presbyterian church?)
Refs: Belfast News Letter (B of I)

Building: CO. TYRONE, CROSSDERNOTT (POMEROY), CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS (CI, POMEROY PARISH)
Date: 1778-1782
Nature: New church. 3-bay hall with tower with blind arcaded parapet. Parish formed out of Donoughmore, 1775. Site granted, 1778. Church consecrated, 1782. 'The church, built in 1775[sic]...is a handsome edifice, yet, though spacious, it does not afford sufficient accommodation for the congregation during the summer months.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 462;  Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 456;  illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 129.
 

Building: CO. CORK, CROSSHAVEN, CHURCH OF ST MATTHEW (CI, TEMPLEBRADY PARISH)
Date: 1778-79
Nature: 'The church is a large edifice, in the early English style of architecture, with a turret and spire, erected in 1778, near the site of a former church…on the summit of the highest ridge that rises west of the mouth of the harbour, and being whitewashed, it forms a conspicuous and well-known land-mark.' (Lewis) Estimated cost: £288.9s.6d. (Replaced by  Holy Trinity Church, Crosshaven, q.v., and dismantled 1968, leaving walls and turret)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 601; Holly Bough (Cork Examiner, 1952), 6; D. O'Murchada, History of Crosshaven (1967), ?

Building: CO. OFFALY, EDENDERRY, CHURCH (CI, CASTROPETRE OR MONASTERORIS PARISH)
Date: 1778a
Nature: New church on new site in Edenderry given by Marquess of Downshire. Consecrated, 1778. Cost £685.14s.11¼d, of which £400 was given by Board of First Fruits.
Refs: Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 321(illus.)

Building: CO. CORK, YOUGHAL, MALL, MALL HOUSE
Date: 1779
Nature: 'The Mall-house, in which the borough courts are held and the public business of the corporation is transacted, is a handosme structure, built by the corporation in 1779, on a site reclaimedfrom the slab: it contains, besides the court-rooms, an assembly-room, a reading-room a, and the Mayor's offices: adjoining it is an agreeable promenade.' (Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 728; Illustrated London News 7, 7 Nov 1846, 293(illus.; this illus. shown in http://vassun.vassar.edu/~sttaylor/FAMINE/ILN/FoodRiots/FoodRiots.html)

Building: CO. DONEGAL, DESERTEGNEY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1779
Nature: Church with 3-bay nave and tower. To seat 100. For Rev. Edward Hart. (In ruins)
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survery Memoirs of Ireland 38 (Institute of Irish Studies, 1997), 25; J.B. Leslie, Derry Clegy and Parishes (1937), 180; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 230-31;  F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999),  129(illus.).

Building: CO. CORK, SPIKE ISLAND, BATTERY
Date: 1779
Nature: Battery of 21 24-pounder guns finished.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 180

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, BRUNSWICK STREET, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1780
Nature: New church. Enlarged, 1837. (This church is now incorporated in the Augustinian church, Washington St.)
Refs: F.H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork remembranced (1837), 352

Building: CO. DOWN, MAGHERALLY, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1780
Nature: Built 1780 partly at expense of incumbent and partly with gift from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 334

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, MARLFIELD (CLONMEL)
Date: 1780
Nature: 'The Grecian style mansion on the River Suir was built in 1780 by Col. John Bagwell.'
Refs: J.B. Burke, A Visitation of the seats and arms of the noblemen and gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland (2nd ser., 1855), II, 115.

Building: CO. TYRONE, RICHMOND LODGE (BALLYGAWLEY; FORMER ERRIGAL KEEROGUE GLEBE HOUSE)
Date: 1780
Nature: New 3-bay, 3-storey, double pile house on semi-basement. Cost: £784.14s.1d.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Armagh Clergy & Parishes (1911), 300; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 290.

Building: CO. TYRONE, CAPPAGH (OMAGH), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1780
Nature: New church with spire built by rector, Dr Wood Gibson, who, according to Beaufort, paid £750 towards total cost of £1500. (Dr Wood Gibson also built glebe house and curate's house, 'a neat thatched cabin'..)
Refs: MS. journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, 1787-8;  J.B. Leslie, Derry Clergy and Parishes (1937),141;  Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 429;  Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), Pt 1, 51(illus.).  

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, MAGAZINE STREET UPPER, 1ST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1780
Nature: New Classical church opened in 1780.
Refs: Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 197(illus.).


Building: CO. TYRONE, TAMLAGHT, CHURCH OF ST LUKE (CI)
Date: 1780-82
Nature: New 2-bay church built by Primate Robinson, using some wall stones from old ruin. Consecrated 27 Sep 1782.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Armagh Clergy & Parishes (1911), 414; illus. in Tamlaght Church of Ireland http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tyrone/photos/churches/ch-tamlaght-coi.html (last visited 1 Dec 2008).

Building: CO. CORK, DONERAILE, BARRACKS
Date: 1780a
Nature: Erected on remains of old castle.
Refs: P. Luckombe, Tour through Ireland (1780), ?

Building: CO. ARMAGH, TYNAN, CHURCH OF ST VINDIC (CI)
Date: 1780ca
Nature: New church;  'rather out of repair' in 1838. (Date given as 1784 by Lewis.)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 664;  E.A. Williamson, 22 Jan 1838, in OS Memoirs, see Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 131;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 566(illus.).

Building: CO. CAVAN, SHERCOCK, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1780ca; 1830s
Nature: 'The church adds much to theappearance of the village;  it was built about 50 years since, and a tower has been recently added to it.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 553;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 532;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 240.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, DOAGH, SCHOOL
Date: 1780P
Nature: Commodious school house built by Doagh Book Club, founded 1770, which appoied for site in 1780.
Refs: Ulster Journal of Archaeology (1909), 158

Building: CO. DOWN, MOYALLON, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1781
Nature: New meeting house replacing that of 1736.
Refs: D.M. Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 182-3(illus.)

Building: CO. DONEGAL, CAVANGARDEN (BALLYSHANNON)
Date: 1781
Nature: New house on site of earlier one. For Thomas? Atkinson.
Refs: R.M. Young, Belfast and the Province of Ulster (1909), 282; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979),130

Building: CO. LIMERICK, ASH HILL TOWERS (KILMALLOCK)
Date: 1781
Nature: Old mansion taken down. New house built 1781.
Refs: J.B. Burke, A Visitation of the seats and arms of the noblemen and gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland (2nd ser., 1855), 231

Building: CO. LEITRIM, MANORHAMILTON, CHURCH (CI, CLOONCLARE PARISH)
Date: 1781?
Nature: Addition of spire to church of circa 1730 (but cf. Lewis, who says that spire was erected in 1804). Church built on site of former barrack square with bastions.
Refs: RIA, Ordnance Survey memoirs, Box 28 (B of I files);  Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 352;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 240.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, CASTLE DILLON (ARMAGH)
Date: 1782
Nature: 60 ft high obelisk, erected by Sir Capel Molyneux 'to commemorate the glorious revolution which took place in favour of the constitution of the kingdom, under the auspices of the volunteers of Ireland'. (i.e. legislative independence).
Refs: Inscription on obelisk, given in A Tour in Ireland in 1813 & 1814. By an Englishman [John Gough?] (1817), ?; J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 710

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMONEY, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI)
Date: 1782
Nature: 'The church, a large plain edifice with a tower and cupola, was built in 1782, near the site of an ancient church, of which there are still some remains.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 150;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013),  217.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLYMONEY, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI)
Date: 1782
Nature: 'The church, a large plain edifice with a tower and cupola, was built in 1782, near the site of an ancient church, of which there are still some remains.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 150;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013),  217.


Building: CO. DONEGAL, GREENCASTLE, CHURCH OF ST FINIAN (CI, MOVILLE LOWER PARISH)
Date: 1782
Nature: New church with 1-bay nave and tower. For Augustus Hervey, Earl Bishop of Derry. Chancel and robing room, new seating, pulpit &c.
Refs: Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 316; F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999),  167 (illus.).

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, BISHOP STREET, BISHOP'S PALACE (CI)
Date: 1782-1786
Nature: New residence for bishop to replace former dilapidated one. 3-storey block with fanlighted doorway. Carpenter's agreement dated 8 Apr 1782. Completely finished and fit for residence, 30 May 1786.
Refs: MS 'Cork, Cloyne & Ross, extracts from PRO' in RCB Library, (G 6)

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, MOATE, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI, KILCLEAGH PARISH)
Date: 1782;1819
Nature: 'The church was built in 1782, enlarged by a gift of £300 and a loan of 500 from the late Board of First Fruits, and lately repaired by a grant of £228 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 60; exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 313.

Building: CO. DOWN, RATHFRILAND, NEWRY ROAD, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1783
Nature: New meeting house, consisting of 3-bay hall and porch, replacing one of 1722.
Refs: D.M. Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 186-7(illus.)

Building: CO. DOWN, BALLYCRUTTLE, CHURCH OF ST JOSEPH (RC)
Date: 1783
Nature: New church erected for Rev.. D. McAlea on site obtained from John Spear of Downpatrick.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. ARMAGH, SELSHION, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1783
Nature: New roughcast stone church, 63 x 28½ ft. Holds 2,000. Mud floor. Repairs, 1831.
Refs: Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9,

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, PATRICK ST
Date: 1783
Nature: Watercourse arched over to form Patrick St, 1783.
Refs: Bryan A. Cody, The river Lee, Cork, and the Corkonians (1859), 69

Building: CO. ROSCOMMON, ROSCOMMON, COUNTY INFIRMARY
Date: 1783
Nature: Built at sole expense of Mrs Mary Walcott (sister of Lord Chief Justice Caulfield).
Refs: J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 715

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, NORTH MAIN STREET, CHURCH OF ST PETER (CI)
Date: 1783-1788
Nature: New church replacing one which probably originated in mid-13th cent. Begun 3 Feb 1783.
Refs: F.H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork remembranced (1837), 185-6; J. Windele, Historical and Descriptive Notices of the City of Cork (1849), ?; APSD, C, 147; JCHAS (1943), 31

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CHAPEL LANE, CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1783-84
Nature: New church consisting of 3-bay pedimented centre with projecting single-bay wings on both sides. Set back from road. Entrace by two gates on either side of 3-bay sacristan's cottage. Opened 30 May 1784.
Refs: Rev. Patrick Rogers, The story of Old St Mary's(1941), 22(illus.)-23

Building: CO. CORK, GLANMIRE, CHURCH OF ST MARY & ALL SAINTS (CI, RATHCOONEY PARISH)
Date: 1784
Nature: New church. £50 paid to Archdeacon Corker towards bulding of new church in Lower Glanmire, Jul 1784. Described by Beaufort as 'neat outside bu ill-contrived within' and by Lewis as 'a plain neat edifice, with a tower and spire'.
Refs: MS journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, Sep 1788; R. Caulfield (ed.) The Council Book of the Corporation of the City of Cork (1876), 992; Horatio Townsend, Statistical Survey of the County of Cork, 1810 (1815), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 493

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, DAME STREET, DRINKING FOUNTAIN
Date: 1784
Nature: 'The first of these elegant fountains, with which this great city is to be decorated, will in a few days be erected in the center of Dame-street, opposite Palace-street. It will fonsist in a grnd antique urn, in the base of which a gorgon's head will spout the water; on the top…a handsome lamp-iron will be fixed…The whole to be secured from the carriages by a circular ring of posts with chains between them.'
Refs: Faulkner's Dublin Journal, 9-11 Sep 1784

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1784-1786;1810
Nature: '…a handsome popish chapel almost ready…'(Beaufort)
Refs: APSD, L, 134; Journal of the Rev D.A. Beaufort 1787-88 (B. of I.)

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, THURLES, ST MARY'S AVENUE, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1784-1789;1812
Nature: New church. Board of First Fruits loans money for works on same, 1812.
Refs: Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 109(illus.)110-111;   Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 337 (illus.).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, RATHFARNHAM, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1784-89
Nature: Built 1789. Consecrated 7 Jun 1795.
Refs: B.H. Blacker, 'Sketches of Irish Churches' in Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 14, no. 159, 21 Aug 1872, 175;  Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2001), 153.    

Building: CO. ANTRIM, MEGABERRY, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1784;1826
Nature: New meeting house with 4-bay hall erected, 1784, to replace one of 1714. Re-roofed 1826.
Refs: D.M. Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004),

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, KILLUA CASTLE
Date: 1784ca
Nature: New house built by Sir Benjamin Chapman, consisting of hall, dining room, oval drawing room, breakfast parlour, front and back stairs. Also new stable yard, barn and haggard.
Refs: MS notes by Lady Chapman, 1930s?, in possession of Eugene Sheridan, Killua (photocopy in IAA, RPD 141.10)

Building: CO. CORK, DOUGLAS, CHURCH OF ST LUKE (CI, OLD)
Date: 1784p
Nature: Cork Corporation grants £50 towards building of new church, Jul 1784, provided seats erected for Mayor and Corporation.
Refs: R. Caulfield (ed.) The Council Book of the Corporation of the City of Cork (1876), 992

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARDMORE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1785
Nature: New church built in townland of Derryadd.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 89;  Fred Rankin, ed.,  Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 169 (illus.);  exterior of church also illus. in  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 169.

Building: CO. DOWN, KILCLIEF, CHURCH OF ST MALACHY (RC)
Date: 1785
Nature: New church, for Rev. John Fitzsimons in townland of Ballywooden.
Refs: Datestone on church; James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?; G.P. Bell, C.E.B. Brett, R. Matthew, Portaferry & Strangford (UAHS, 1969), 36 (no. 161)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, INNS QUAY, DRINKING FOUNTAIN
Date: 1785
Nature: 'The third fountain is now finished, on the Inn-quay, an elegance to which every other city in the British Empire is a stranger.'
Refs: Faulkner's Dublin Journal, 31 Mar-3 Apr 1785

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, DORSET STREET UPPER, BETHESDA METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1785
Nature: 'The Methodist meeting house, in Dorset Street is almost finished and makes a handsome appearance. It is built on the plan of Mr.Whitefield's Orphan house in Georgia, which after that too is called by the favorite name of Bethesda.'
Refs: Faulkner's Dublin Journal, 5-8 Nov 1785

Building: CO. WEXFORD, KILLURIN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1785
Nature: New church, built with grants from Parliament of £400 in 1782 and £250 in 1783. ()Gallery erected at expense of Charles Martin of Penzance, Anthony Cliffe, iof Bellview, and Edward Beatty of Heathfield, 1821. Church enlarged 'by the addition of accommodation for 3 families at their expense', 1828 (but is this the gallery?)
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936),191;  exterior ilus. in Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 454.

Building: CO. TYRONE, CALEDON, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1785
Nature: Addition of tower to church of 1767.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 244;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 126(illus.).

Building: CO. LEITRIM, KILTUBRID, CHURCH OF ST BRIGID (CI)
Date: 1785
Nature: 'The church is a plain building, erected by the aid of a gift of £440 from the same Board [of First Fruits], in 1785;  and recently repaired by a grant of £168 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 216; exterior illus. in Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008) and in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 251. 

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, SS. PETER & PAUL PLACE, CHURCH OF SS. PETER & PAUL (RC, OLD)
Date: 1786
Nature: Church built 1786.
Refs: J. Windele, Historical and Descriptive Notices of the City of Cork (1849), ?

Building: CO. WATERFORD, STRADBALLY, CHURCH OF ST JAMES (CI)
Date: 1786
Nature: 'The church is a neat structure, with a tower and spire, rebuilt in 1786 by aid of a gift of of £500 from the late Board of first Fruits.'(Lewis)  According to Costegalde & Walker church was built (i.e. rebuilt?) in 1802 and enlarged in 1830.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 579;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 341(illus.). 

Building: CO. OFFALY, AGHANCON, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1786
Nature: 'The church is a neat edifice in good repair:  it was built in 1786 at the joint expense of Dr. Pery, then Bishop of Limerick, and Jonathan Darby, Esq.,with the aid of a gift of £2390 from the late Board of First Faruits.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 17.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, MONEYGLASS (TOOMEBRIDGE), CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1786-1798
Nature: New church, started 1786 and roofed 1798. Improved 1826.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. DONEGAL, CONVOY, CHURCH OF ST FINIAN (RC)
Date: 1786ca
Nature: New church.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survery Memoirs of Ireland 39 (Institute of Irish Studies, 1997), 18; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 213

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARRICKFERGUS, CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS (CI)
Date: 1787
Nature: Vestry added.
Refs: JRSAI 35 (1905), 317

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, HAWKINS STREET, DUBLIN SOCIETY
Date: 1787
Nature: New stores being completed. Building consists of one long room, for the committee, and two others 'for the reception of such improvements in such arts as facilitate agriculture or manufactures and do not occupy much space'.
Refs: Faulkner's Dublin Journal, 28-30 Jun 1787

Building: CO. GALWAY, BALLYNAHINCH, CHURCH (CI, OLD)
Date: 1787
Nature: '…Saw the new church just built here but not finished…'(Beaufort)
Refs: Journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, 1787

Building: CO. MEATH, RORISTOWN
Date: 1787
Nature: 'Mr Drake is building a good new house at Roristown and points it to the river.' (Beaufort)
Refs: Journal of D.A. Beaufort, August 1787; Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 523

Building: CO. DOWN, PORTAFERRY, CHURCH OF ST JAMES (CI, BALLYPHILIP PARISH)
Date: 1787
Nature: 'The church. situated in the town of Portaferry, is a neat modern edifice, erected in 1787, and has been lately repaired by a grant of £343 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.'
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 160.

Building: CO. GALWAY, ORANMORE, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1787-78ca
Nature: Rev. D.A. Beaufort noted 'new chapel building of elegant shape and great size.
Refs: Journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, 1787-78

Building: CO. DERRY, TAMLAGHTARD, CHURCH OF ST CADAN (CI)
Date: 1787?
Nature: 'The parish church…measures 72 by 30 feet on the outside., was built in 1787 at the supposed cost of £700.' (Date given as 1784 in Clergy of Derry & Raphoe.)
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 11 (1991), 84-5 (RIA, OS Memoirs Box 45);  Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 98(illus.).

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, BANQUETING HOUSE
Date: 1787a
Nature: 'The banqueting house which LordB[ristol] built twice over is not finished except the large room & all is going to Rack. In that are some good chiaroscuro boys and landscapes in brown & in blue - a very fine chimney piece of Enniskillen marble & over it in Gilding two doves a billing. The Garden which joins it cost £2,000, which the next bishop must pay - now neglected…'
Refs: Journal of the Rev D.A. Beaufort, 1787-88 (B. of I.)

Building: CO. CLARE, DOONASS
Date: 1787a
Nature: Sir Hugh Dillon Massy (1st Bt) 'has lately built a fine square of offices & the wing of a new edifice - very plain' (Beaufort)
Refs: Journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, 1787-8; J.B. Burke, A Visitation of the seats and arms of the noblemen and gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland (2nd ser., 1855), I, 152

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, NEWPORT, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1787a
Nature: 'A small village well situated with ... the shell of a very handsome church of uncommon form, but very far from being finished within'. For Robert Waller? Note on survey drawing, 1866, gives date of original dedication as 14 Jul 1772.)
Refs: MS journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, 1787-8.

Building: CO. WEXFORD, NEW ROSS, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1788
Nature: Large new meeting house.
Refs: D.M.Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 77-78

Building: CO. CORK, DUNMANWAY, INN
Date: 1788
Nature: Beaufort saw 'good-looking' new inn, not yet finished, in Aug 1788.
Refs: Journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, 31 Aug 1788

Building: CO. CORK, FORT ROBERT (BALLINEEN)
Date: 1788
Nature: New weather-slated house for Robert Longfield Conner. Of 2 storeys over basement and 8 bays. (In ruins.)
Refs: J.B. Bukre, Vistation of Seats and Arms 2nd ser., 1855, I, 178

Building: CO. CORK, MIDLETON, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1788
Nature: '…walked to D. Laws new glebe house begun this spring and the attick story already finished…the house 48 x 42 - a very odd plan without a door in front…'
Refs: Journal of Rev. D.A. Beaufort, 11-12 Sep 1788

Building: CO. CORK, MIDLETON, BOULTING MILL & STORE
Date: 1788
Nature: 'Great boulting mills are building at the town by some gentlemen from Cork & vast store houses building on the little hill ¼ m from town…'
Refs: Journal of Rev. D.A. Beaufort, 11-12 Sep 1788

Building: CO. CORK, RAHAN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1788
Nature: 'The church is a small neat structure with a low square tower, toowards the erection of which, in 1788, the late Board of First Fruits gave £500, and it was also aided by Sir J.L. Cotter, to whose memory and that of his lady it contains a neat mural monument; the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have lately granted £142 for its thorough repair.'(Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 480

Building: CO. KILDARE, BRANNOXTOWN, BRIDGE OVER RIVER LIFFEY
Date: 1788
Nature: Built by member of the La Touche family.
Refs: J.B. Malone, The Open Road (1950), 107`

Building: CO. KILKENNY, INISTIOGE, ALMSHOUSE
Date: 1788
Nature: 2-storey building, for 7 (or 8) poor women, built on similar plan to one at 'Ross'[New Ross?] by Mrs Sarah Tighe, 1888
Refs: William Tighe, Statistical Observations relative to the County of Kilkenny (1802), 536; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 18

Building: CO. KILDARE, STRAFFAN, CHURCH OF ST BRIGID (RC)
Date: 1788
Nature: 'A handsome chapel is just finished at Straffan near Leixlip, on the estate of Mr. Henry [Hugh Henry of Lodge Park?] which has been erected at the sole expense of that gentleman for the accommodation of persons professing the Roman Catholic religion in this neighbourhood.'
Refs: Faulkner's Dublin Journal, 23-27 Aug 1788

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, RINGSEND BRIDGE
Date: 1788
Nature: Builidng in progress. Contractor: Mr Black.
Refs: Faulkner's Dublin Journal, 18-21 Oct 1788

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, FOWL MARKET (1788)
Date: 1788
Nature: New meat, fish, poultry, and vegetable markets opened, 1 Mar 1788.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 199.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, FISH MARKET
Date: 1788
Nature: New meat, fish, poultry, and vegetable markets opened, 1 Mar 1788.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 199.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, VEGETABLE MARKET (1788)
Date: 1788
Nature: New meat, fish, poultry, and vegetable markets opened, 1 Mar 1788.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 199.

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, NEWCHAPEL, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1788-1790
Nature: New glebe house for Rev. Mr Aldwell.
Refs: Unsigned estimate, dated Nov 1788, in Hampshire Record Office, Normanton Papers, 21M57 B14/2; Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 428

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, KILMORE, CHURCH OF ST AIDAN OR ST LUKE (CI)
Date: 1788-1790
Nature: New church.  'The church is a plain edifice with an elegant tower, erected in 1788, and for the repair of which £109 was lately granted by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.'(Lewis) 'Church re-built 1790' .(Leslie)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 186;  J.B. Leslie, Clogher Clergy and Parishes  (1929), 216;  illus. in Clergy of Clogher (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2006), 65;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 189-90.



Building: CO. CORK, RINEEN MILLS (CASTLETOWNSEND)
Date: 1788-89;1796
Nature: Addition of returns to dwelling (1788); stable and carthouse (1788); 'cabbins nigh the Pond' (1789); 'Western Corn Store joining the Mill' (1789); 'Easter Store Joining & over the Kiln' (1796).  Builder (or proprietor?): William Clark.
Refs: Valuation and measurement in MS. copy book of bills, estimates, bills of measurement, valuations &c. kept by William Deane, 1797-1809,  in IAA, Acc. 2009/91 (microfilm in NLI).


Building: CO. CORK, CASTLE COR (KANTURK)
Date: 1788a
Nature: Additions, for Edward Deane Freeman (who inherited in 1775 and m. 1781) consisting of 'a large square centre, flanked at each angle by four turrets' (Neale, but cf. description in Bence-Jones)..
Refs: Complete Irish Traveller (1788), ?; William Wenman Seward, Topographia Hibernica (1795), ?; J.P. Neale, Views of Seats III (1820), no. 65(illus.); Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 65; Mary Cecilia Lyons, Illustrated Incumbered Estates Ireland, 1850-1905 (1993), 46(illus.)

Building: CO. CORK, DRIMOLEAGUE, CHURCH (CI, OLD)
Date: 1788a
Nature: Descr. by D.A. Beaufort, 1788, as 'a well-looking new church' in Aug 1788. (cf. Lewis, who says it was built in 1790)
Refs: Journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, 31 Aug 1788; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837),

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, SHRONEHILL (TIPPERARY)
Date: 1788A
Nature: 'At a little distance from Tipperary town is a large unfinished house of Lord Milton's (ie. Joseph Damer, 1st Baron Milton of Shronehill) at Shronhill[sic].'
Refs: The Complete Irish Traveller (1788), ?.

Building: CO. KERRY, GROVE (DINGLE?)
Date: 1788ca
Nature: 'Grove, where the collector has almost finished an immense house in a low situation close to the River Leigh…'
Refs: Journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, Aug 1788

Building: CO. DOWN, NEWRY, CHAPEL STREET, CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1789
Nature: Church of 1789 repaired. Former high altar of cathedral installed. (Rose window, 1927; re-roofed 1931)
Refs: E. Campbell, Ecclesiastical Buildings in the Diocese of Dromore (1940), 5

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, GLENDERMOTT, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1789
Nature: Addition of 3-stage battlemented ttower.  (Wooden and copper spire added in 1794 but blew down in 1831.)
Refs: Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 195.

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, TEMPLEMORE, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1789
Nature: 'The church is remarkably handsome, both internally and externally;  it was erected about 50 years since, and has a fine spire;  the interior is highly finishedand very commodious, and furnished with a good organ, the gift of the late baronet [Sir Arthur Carden];  the window over the altar is enriched with a representation of the Crucifixion in stained glass;  the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have lately granted £169 for the repairs of the church.'(Lewis)  According to Costegalde & Walker church was built in 1789 and consecrated in 1794 by Archbishop Charles Agar.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 610;  Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 99(illus.)-101;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 337.



Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CARLISLE BRIDGE (OLD)
Date: 1789-1791
Nature: 'The building of the new bridge, from the Batchelor's-walk to Aston's-quay is now going forward in earnest.the foundation of the abutments are digging' &c., Oct 1789. Caisson for 2nd abutment laid, Oct 1790.
Refs: Faulkner's Dublin Journal, 10-13 Oct 1789; 24-26 Aug 1790; 9-12 Oct 1790;26-28 May 1791; 21-23 Jun 1791

Building: CO. MAYO, CASTLE GORE
Date: 1789-1792
Nature: New 3-bay, 3-storey over basement mansion for lst Baron Tyrawley, 'said to be built from the year 1789 to the year 1792'. Severely damaged in 1798 rebellion.
Refs: Bolger MSS NA/PRO 1A 58 126,127; Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 69(illus.)

Building: CO. LIMERICK, GLIN CASTLE
Date: 1789p
Nature: House built following marriage of John Bateman Fitzgerald in 1789. Plain classical building with two shallow bow windows and 2 3-sided bays facing gardens.
Refs: Mark Girouard, 'Glin Castle, Co. Limerick - II', Country Life 135, 5 mar 1964, 502

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, CLONMELLON, CHURCH OF ST LUCY (CI, KILLUA PARISH)
Date: 1790
Nature: Church built c. 1790.
Refs: MS notes by Lady Chapman, 1930s?, in possession of Eugene Sheridan, Killua (photocopy in IAA, RPD 141.10)

Building: CO. WICKLOW, STRATFORD-ON-SLANEY
Date: 1790
Nature: New village established by 2nd Earl of Aldborough for encouragement of woollen manufacture. Town intended to have 4 squares and 12 streets with large reservoir in centre.  Only partly built. Date given as 1783 by Price.
Refs: G.N. Wright, Tours in Ireland (1823), ?;  Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 580;  J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 750;  E.P. O'Kelly, 'Historical notes on Baltinglass in modern times', Journal of the Kildare Archaeological Society 5 (1906-8), 334.; L. Price, Place names of Co. Wicklow (1945), 142.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, RANDALSTOWN, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (OLD CONGREGATION)
Date: 1790
Nature: Oval church with hexagonal porch, built 1790.
Refs: Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 335(illus.).
 

Building: CO. TYRONE, KILSKEERY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1790
Nature: 'The church, an elegant structure in the Early English style, with a square tower surmounted by an octagonal spire, was built in 1790, at an expense of £1060, defrayed by the Rev. Dr. Hastings;  the original spire was taken down and the present one erected in 1830, at the expense of the parish.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 210; illus. in Clergy of Clogher  (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2006), 66(illus.);  also illus.in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 

Building: CO. CARLOW, FENAGH, CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS (CI)
Date: 1790;1798p
Nature: New church, built in 1790 and  consecrated19 Aug 1792. Destroyed in rebellion of 1798 and rebuilt.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I618;  Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 240(illus.),242.

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, CHARITY SCHOOL
Date: 1790ca
Nature: New school founded about 1790 'for the education of indigent [Catholic] boys'.
Refs: James Hardiman, History of the town and county…of Galway (1820, reprinted 1926), 317

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, BRACKLYN HOUSE
Date: 1790ca
Nature: New house for James (?) Fetherstonhaugh. (Has rockwork grotto gateway.)
Refs: Mark Bence-Jones,  Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 46(illus.) ;  Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 212 gateway illus. Pl. 93.

Building: CO. KERRY, SNEEM, CHURCH OF THE TRANSFIGURATION (CI, KILCROHANE PARISH)
Date: 1790ca
Nature: 'The church at Sneem is a plain structure, erected abouit 1790, for which purpose £390 was granted by the late Board of First Fruits, and £100 was granted at the same period towards the erection of the glebe-house.'(Lewis) (Renovated and named after Feast of Transfiguration, 1967.)
Refs: For curious plan of this church, see drawing in Representative Church Body Library, RCB Library - Architectural Drawings, https://archdrawing.ireland.anglican.org/items/show/167 (last visited, Feb 2016); Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 75;   J.B Leslie, ed. D.W.T. Crooks. Clergy of Limerick - Clergy of Ardfert and Agahadoe: biographical succession lists (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2015), 151(illus.);  J.A. Murphy, The Church of Ireland in Co. Kerry (2016), 111(illus.),112..

Building: CO. DUBLIN, MONKSTOWN, CARRICKBRENNAN ROAD, PAROCHIAL SCHOOL (CI)
Date: 1791
Nature: New schoolhouse in church grounds, opened 1791.
Refs: Étain Murphy, A Glorious Extravaganza: the history of Monkstown Parish Church(2003), 214-7(illus.)

Building: CO. WATERFORD, WATERFORD, O'CONNELL STREET, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1791
Nature: New meeting house, replacing that of 1763 in Bowling Green Alley.
Refs: D.M.Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 128-9

Building: CO. DOWN, DUNSFORD, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1791
Nature: New church built by Rev. Edward Mulholland.
Refs: Inscription on wall, cited by James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, BLACKROCK ROAD?, DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM (1791)
Date: 1791
Nature: New asylum begun, 1791. Converted into cavalry barracks, 1851.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 205; B 9, 31 May 1851, 346

Building: CO. CORK, GLYNNATORE
Date: 1791
Nature: Built 1791 by Robert Warren Gumbleton.
Refs: J.B. Burke, Vistiation of Seats and Arms (2nd ser, 1855), II, 126

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BALLINTOY, GLEBE HOUSE (MOUNT DRUID)
Date: 1791
Nature: 'The glebe-house was built by the present incumbent [Rev. Robert Traill, d. 1842 aet.87] in 1791, and is situated on a glebe of 40 acres…' (Lewis). Begun May 1789; completed Nov 1791.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 119; C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of County Antrim (UAHS, 1996), 121(illus.)

Building: CO. WICKLOW, TINAHELY, CHURCH (CI, KILCOMMON PARISH)
Date: 1791
Nature: Decision by vestry to build tower and spire (but tower only built?).
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 144.


Building: CO. CARLOW, NURNEY, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1791-92
Nature: New church costing £1,107.13s.10d., of which £461 was gift of Board of First Fruits.  Consecrated, 19 Apr 1792.
Refs: Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 281(illus.),283;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 350.


Building: CO. DERRY, AGHADOWEY, GLEBE HOUSE (BLACKHEATH)
Date: 1791-94
Nature: New 2 storey house with 3-bay front and 5-bay back built by Sir Henry Hervey Bruce, Bt, at cost of £1,756. (Sculpture of Socrates discovering Alcibiades over drawing-room mantelpiece brought from Italy by Lord Bristol; purchased by Bp. William Alexander in 1884 and brought to Armagh.)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 15; J.B. Leslie, Derry Clegy and Parishes (1937), 89; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 105

Building: CO. MEATH, KELLS, TOWER OF LLOYD
Date: 1791a
Nature: Proposed design for same, in form of a Doric column.  (Unexecuted. Gothic tower built to designs of Henry Aaron Baker in 1791.)  For Thomas Taylour, 1st Earl of Bective.
Refs: Unsigned, undated elevation in IAA, Guinness Collection, Acc. 96/068.3/3/09.

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, CLONMEL, MARKET STREET, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1792
Nature: Large new meeting house next to Butter Market. (Demolished)
Refs: D.M.Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 99-102(illus.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, HANNAHSTOWN, SCHOOL
Date: 1792
Nature: New school house, also used as a church.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. KILKENNY, COOLCULLEN, CHURCH (CI, MOTHEL PARISH)
Date: 1792-94ca
Nature: New church built - but not properly finished - by aid of gift of £500 from Board of First Fruits; enlarged 1814; reroofed 1828 (but cf. Lewis: 'the church is a neat edifice, with a tower, built by aid of a loan of £600 from the…Board [of First Fruits], in 1817; for its repair the Ecclesiastical commissioners have recently granted £115.')
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 394;  J.B. Leslie, Ossory Clergy and Parishes (1933), 323;  Clergy of Ossory (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2013), 46(illus.) ; National Inventory of Architectural Heritage, http://www.buildingsofireland.ie/niah/search.jsp?type=record&county=KK&regno=12401108 (last visited, Nov 2016;  for additional images see http://www.buildingsofireland.ie/niah/search.jsp?type=images&county=KK&regno=12401108. 

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, MERCANTILE COFFEE ROOM
Date: 1792;1820
Nature: Opened 1792. 2 reading rooms opened in 1820.
Refs: James Hardiman, History of the town and county…of Galway (1820), 313

Building: CO. WICKLOW, GLENEALY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1792a
Nature: New chapel of ease in parish of Wicklow. Consecrated, 14 Oct 1792.
Refs: Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2001), 288;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 303. 


Building: CO. ARMAGH, RICHHILL, IRISH ROAD, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1793
Nature: New meeting house on site provided by William Richardson.
Refs: D.M. Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004),188-190(illus)

Building: CO. WICKLOW, RATHDRUM, CHURCH OF ST SAVIOUR (CI)
Date: 1793-1796?
Nature: 'The church, situated in the town, was erected in 1796, aided by a private loan and voluntary subscriptions to the amount of £1000;  it is now in a dilapidated state, and it is in contemplation to take it down and rebuild it, for which purpose the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have granted £1058.'(Lewis). Date of church given as 1793 in Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough and Costegalde & Walker.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 496;  Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2001) , 318;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 303.


Building: CO. ARMAGH, POYNTZPASS, CHURCH (CI, ACTON PARISH)
Date: 1793;1829
Nature: Built 1793. Enlarged and repaired, 1829. but cf. OS Memoirs which say that church is 'altogether much out of repair' although 'rebuilt and slightly repaired, 1835'.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 7;  J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 692; Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 6;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 512-13;  illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 120.

Building: CO. CORK, TEMPLEMARTIN, CHURCH OF ST MARTIN (CI)
Date: 1793?
Nature: 'The church is a plain building, with a square tower 50 feet high, erected by aid of a gift of £500, in 1793, from the same Board [i.e.of First Fruits].'(Lewis) (But according to Townsend it was erected in 1802. Costegalde & Walker state that tower dates back to 1718.)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 605; Horatio Townsend, Statistical Survey of the County of Cork, 1810 (1815), ?;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 369(illus.).

Building: CO. CORK, AHERCAGH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1794
Nature: New church built.
Refs: Horatio Townsend, Statistical Survey of the County of Cork, 1810 (1815), ?

Building: CO. LOUTH, KILCURRY, CHURCH (RC, OLD)
Date: 1794
Nature: T-plan, crenellated, with turrets.. For Rev. Bernard Kenan.
Refs: Plaque on church (B of I, citing An Foras Forbatha: Buildings of Architectural Interest in Co. Louth)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, KILLESTER AVENUE, KILLESTER HOUSE
Date: 1794
Nature: New greenhouse, peach-house, grape-house, portico, ceiling cornice, Gothic mouldings to windows, Gothic window stools for Sir William Newcomen measured by Bryan Bolger 2 Aug 1794.  Builder: William Waldron.
Refs: NA/PRO, Bryan Bolger Papers, Letter N, Box No. 16

Building: CO. WEXFORD, TOMACORK, CHURCH OF ST BRIGID (RC)
Date: 1794
Nature: New T-plan church, originally thatched..
Refs: Churches of the Diocese of Ferns (Booklink, 2004), 50(illus.).

Building: CO. WATERFORD, CURRAGHMORE, CHURCH (CI, CLONEGAM PARISH)
Date: 1794
Nature: 'The church, situated on the side of a  hill, was rebuilt by the grandfather of the present marquess [of Waterford] in 1794;  it is an elegant small edifice;  the windows are of stained glass, and the west window is particularly fine, representing in its various compartments some of the most interesting subjects of sacred history.'(Lewis) (According to Costegalde & Walker, original church was built in 1741 for Sir Marchus Beresford.).
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 358;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 339.


Building: CO. CORK, DUNGOURNEY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1794?
Nature: Erected in 1794 according to Townsend, but cf. Lewis, who describes it as 'a palain building, with a shingled spire, erected by a gift of £500 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1800' for the repair of which the Ecclesiastical Commissioners had recently granted £119.
Refs: Horatio Townsend, Statistical Survey of the County of Cork, 1810 (1815), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 582

Building: CO. DERRY, BALLINDERRY, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1795
Nature: 'The glebe-house, nearly adjoining [the church], was built at an expense of £980, of which £100 was a gift from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1795.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 112

Building: CO. DERRY, CASTLEDAWSON, OBELISK
Date: 1795
Nature: Built on site of barracks by Earl Bishop of Derry, 1795. (Gone.)
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 6, 89

Building: CO. WATERFORD, BALLYNATRAY HOUSE
Date: 1795-97?
Nature: 'The house is modern, having been completely remodelled in the early part of this [19th] century' by Grice Smyth (1762ca-1816). House dated to 1795-7 by Betjeman.
Refs: J.B. Burke, A Visitation of the seats and arms of the noblemen and gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland (2nd ser., 1855), II, 100;  Penelope Betjeman, 'Rural rides in Ireland', Country Life 86, 9 Sep 1939, 262.

Building: CO. WICKLOW, DUNRAN HOUSE
Date: 1795?
Nature: New house (for - Knox?)  'built with taste both as to situation and architectural propriety'.In 1820s was the property of the Rev. Dr. John Joseph Fletcher, DD.., perpetual curate of Killiskey parish, 1817-1843. Oval cottage or banqueting room in grounds
Refs: G.N. Wright, Guide to Co. Wicklow (1822), 52;  G.N. Wright, Tours in Ireland (1823), ?.

Building: CO. KILDARE, FURNESS
Date: 1795a
Nature: Improvements, including creation of 2-storey wing to left of entrance front. For Richard Nevill, MP (son of Arthur Jones Nevill).
Refs: William Wenman Seward, Topographia Hibernica (1795), ?; Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 129(illus)

Building: CO. CAVAN, KILDOAGH (TEMPLEPORT), CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1796
Nature: New 'barn' church built 1796 for Rev. Patrick Maguire. Separate entrances and galleries for men & women.
Refs: Irish Times, 2 Dec 1975; Ann Foras Forbatha handlist of buildings of historic interest in Co. Cavan

Building: CO. KILDARE, ATHY, CHURCH (RC, OLD)
Date: 1796
Nature: '…a spacious and handsome edifice, built in 1796, principally by a donation from the late Maurice Keating , Esq., of Narraghmore, on an acre of land given by the Duke of Leinster, who also contributed towards its erection' (Lewis) Overall cost £1,500. Accommodated congregation of 1,200.
Refs: Rev. James Hall, Tour through Ireland (1813), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 91

Building: CO. KILDARE, BALLYSONNON, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1796
Nature: 'The church, a plain structure, was built ins 1796 by aid of a gift of £500 from the late Board of First Fruits, and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have lately granted £196 for its repair.'(Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 167

Building: CO. KILKENNY, LISTERLIN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1796
Nature: 'the church was built in 1796, by aid of a gift of £500 from the…Board [of First Fruits], and has been recently repiared by a grant of £207 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 288

Building: CO. KILKENNY, ODAGH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1796
Nature: 'The church, a neat building, was erected about the year 1796, abnd for that purpose the late Board of First Fruits made a free grant of £500.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 446

Building: CO. DERRY, KILLALOO, CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY (CI, CUMBER LOWER PARISH)
Date: 1796
Nature: Classical three-bay hall with low tower. (Norman belfry added in late 19th cent.; also chancel.)
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 28, 32-33;  J.B. Leslie, Derry Clergy and Parishes (Enniskillen, 1937), 175;  illus. in Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 61;  Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 190

Building: CO. TYRONE, AUGHNACLOY, CHURCH OF ST JAMES (CI, CARNTEEL PARISH)
Date: 1796
Nature: '...in 1796 his [i.e. Acheson Moore's] daughter and heiresss, Mrs Malone, added a tower, surmounted by a lofty octagonal spire' (Lewis).
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 267;  illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 122.

Building: CO. LAOIS, KILLERMOGH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1796
Nature: 'The church, which is a neat building, but not in good repair, was erected1796 by aid of a gift of £500 from the late Board of First Fruits, which also gave £100 and lent £550, in 1817, for the erection of the glebe-house...'. (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 142;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 259.

Building: CO. KILDARE, MAYNOOTH, ST PATRICK'S COLLEGE
Date: 1796-1801
Nature: FS of new buildings, i.e. wings to existing house, laid 20 Apr 1796. Large payments for building made until 1801.
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, Maynooth payments, 1796-1846, MS p125/1; T.K. Cromwell, Excursions through Ireland (1820), ?; J.N. Brewer, The Beauties of Ireland (1825 & 1826), II, ?; J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 640

Building: CO. DOWN, MILECROSS, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1796-1806p
Nature: New meeting house, consisting of 2-bay hall and semi-circular porch.
Refs: D.M. Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 179-180(illus.)

Building: CO. WEXFORD, ROSSDROIT, CHURCH OF ST PETER (CI)
Date: 1796;1930.
Nature: New church, 69 x 28 ft, built beside ruins of old one. Cost £646 of which £461 was gift of Board of First Fruits. Consecrated 10 Aug 1805. tower rebuilt and church repaired 1830 at cost of £130 using quoins from Franciscan Friary at Enniscorthy.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 235;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 470.

Building: CO. TYRONE, DUNGANNON, DRUMGLASS RECTORY
Date: 1796?
Nature: Papers relating to building, 1796, in Armagh Public Library.
Refs: Armagh Public Library, MS. G.111.1

Building: CO. CAVAN, ASHFIELD, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1796ca;1820
Nature: New church for perpetual curacy in parish of Killesherdoney.  'The church is a handsome edifice, with a a lofty spire, occupying a very elevatedsite;  it was built with a gift of £500 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1795, and, in 1818, the Board also granted £500, of which one half was a gift and the; other a loan.'(Lewis).   Costegalde & Walker give date as 1796 and date of tower and spire as 1820.  Mulligan gives date of 1797.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), 241;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 291;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 241(illus.).241(illus.).


Building: CO. KILKENNY, ANNAGHS CASTLE
Date: 1797
Nature: 'Mr Murphy, at Annise or Anaghs, near Rosbercon, has made a residence which ornaments the country, three sides of his house are faced with Portland stone; he has formed a new road leading to it, 42 feet wide, the ditches...have offsets on which elms are planted...' (Murphy made a fortune in Spain)
Refs: William Tighe, Statistical Observations relative to the County of Kilkenny made in the years 1800 and 1801 (1802), 588.William Tighe, Statistical Observations relative to the County of Kilkenny made in the years 1800 and 1801 (1802), 588; J. Hall, Tour through Ireland (1813), ?; Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 4

Building: CO. DOWN, KILWARLIN, LIGHTHOUSE
Date: 1797
Nature: New? lighthouse lighted 25 Mar 1797.
Refs: Letter from T. Rogers to Marquess of Downshire, 27 Mar 1798, in PRONI, Downshire MSS.

Building: CO. CORK, BANDON, BARRACKS
Date: 1797
Nature: Barracks with accommodation for 8 offices, 119 NCOs and men, and 61 horses. (Ruins remained beside town square, 1970.)
Refs: PRO(Kew) HO 100/108/61-2D; RIA, Ordnance Survey Memoirs, Box 20; J. O'Donoghue, History of Bandon (1970), ? (source of date)

Building: CO. DERRY, AGHADOWEY, CHURCH OF ST GUAIRE (CI)
Date: 1797
Nature: Church of c.1760 rebuilt 1797 with tower and spire by Earl Bishop of Derry. Spire struck by lightning 1826 and taken down , when tower was embattled with 4 pinnacles.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 15; J.B. Leslie, Derry Clegy and Parishes (1937), 89; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 105;  illus. in Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), and Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 165.
 

Building: CO. MEATH, KENTSTOWN, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1797
Nature: Tower erected by Sir James Quayle Somerville.
Refs: Inscription on plaque above door: Sir James Quayle Somerville Baronet Built this Steeple Anno Domini 1797.

Building: CO. ROSCOMMON, ROSCOMMON, COUNTY GAOL (OLD)
Date: 1797ca
Nature: New gaol, replaced in 1817 because of its 'want of arrangement and space for the necessary classification of prisoners and of wholesome ventilation'.
Refs: Report by Francis Johnston on whether the gaol would be suited for conversion into a lunatic asylum (with plan) in Minutes of Commissioners for General Control…and for Superintending…the Erection…of Asylums for the Lunatic Poor, 13? Dec 1817 (information from Brendan O'Donoghue)

Building: CO. CORK, BALLYMACOTTER, SIGNAL TOWER
Date: 1797p
Nature: One of several erected after French invasion attempt at Bantry Bay in 1797. Weather slated.
Refs: JCHAS (1913), 62

Building: CO. CORK, CAPE CLEAR ISLAND, SIGNAL TOWER
Date: 1797p
Nature: Erected after French invasion of 1797.
Refs: JCHAS (1918), 53

Building: CO. CORK, KINSALE, SIGNAL TOWER
Date: 1797p
Nature: Castle-like structure erected after French invasion at Bantry Bay, 1797.
Refs: JCHAS 18 (1912), 139

Building: CO. CORK, MILLSTREET, CHURCH OF ST ANNE (CI, DRISHANE PARISH)
Date: 1798
Nature: 'The parish church of Drishane stands on an eminence above the town; it is a handsome edifice, built in 1798 at the expense of J. Wallis, Esq., of Drishane Castle, the owner of the eastern part of the town…' (Church deconsecrated, 1958.)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 370

Building: CO. CORK, CORK HARBOUR, CARLISLE FORT
Date: 1798
Nature: Erected on Hill of Glenagow, 1798.
Refs: J. Windele, Historical and Descriptive Notices of the City of Cork (1849), ?

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, PARK BRIDGE
Date: 1798ca
Nature: New bridge leading to Corbally.
Refs: M. Lenihan, Limerick; its history and antiquities (1866), 473,475

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, NILE ST
Date: 1799
Nature: Has stream which was arched over, Sep 1799
Refs: F.H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork remembranced (1837), 212; J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842),288

Building: CO. KILKENNY, JOHNSTOWN, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI, FERTAGH PARISH)
Date: 1799
Nature: Church built 1799. (Incorporates 14th cent. chancel window and door taken from ruins of old church.)
Refs: JRSAI 14 (1876-78), 392n1;  J.B. Leslie, Ossory Clergy and Parishes (1933), 260;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Ossory (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2013), 31.

Building: CO. WATERFORD, WATERFORD, HOUSE OF RECOVERY
Date: 1799a
Nature: On elevated position in suburbs with piece of ground annexed; range of houses adjoining and to front of it.  Opened Aug, 1799.
Refs: Account of the origin and plan of an association formed for the stablishement of a house of recovery (1801), 101?

Building: CO. DOWN, TYRELLA HOUSE
Date: 1800
Nature: Materials taken from Tyrella old church for building additions and erecting garden wall.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. CORK, GLENVILLE, CHURCH (CI, ARDNAGEEHY PARISH)
Date: 1800
Nature: New church built. Described by Lewis as 'a neat, modern edifice, situated at Glenville, for which the late Board of First Fruits gave £500 in 1798.'
Refs: Horatio Townsend, Statistical Survey of the County of Cork, 1810 (1815), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837),I, 55

Building: CO. CORK, KILMAHON, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1800
Nature: New church, described as 'lately built' by Carlisle, while Lewis describes it as 'a remarkably neat edifice…built in 1800' for the repair of which Ecclesiastical Commissioner had latel granted £147.
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 169

Building: CO. CORK, WHITECHURCH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1800
Nature: 'The church, rebuilt in 1800, is a spacious structure in the early English style, with a square tower surmounted by a low spire.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 712

Building: CO. KILKENNY, ODAGH, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1800
Nature: 'the glebe-house, towards the erection of which the late Board of First Fruits contributed a gift of £100, in 1800, is a neat residence…'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 446

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, KILLUA CASTLE
Date: 1800
Nature: Ruin in shrubbery built using stones from Multyfarnham Abbey. For Sir Benjamin Chapman.
Refs: MS notes by Lady Chapman, 1930s?, in possession of Eugene Sheridan, Killua (photocopy in IAA, RPD 141.10)

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, KILLUA CASTLE
Date: 1800
Nature: Temple Lodge and gates and new approach to house from Clonmellon. For Sir Benjamin Chapman. (Gates moved to market square, Clonmellon, 1845.)
Refs: MS notes by Lady Chapman, 1930s?, in possession of Eugene Sheridan, Killua (photocopy in IAA, RPD 141.10)

Building: CO. DOWN, DRUMBALLYRONEY, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1800
Nature: New church with tower. (Deconsecrated, 20 Feb 1976. Now Bronte Heritage Centre.)
Refs: Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 186(illus.)

Building: CO. KILKENNY, UPPERCOURT (FRESHFORD)
Date: 1800a
Nature: Sir Wm Morres, has erected a new and handsome house at Uppercourt, the portico of which consists of pillars, each a single block of fine limestone, raised on his demesne.'
Refs: William Tighe, Statistical Observations relative to the County of Kilkenny made in the years 1800 and 1801 (1802), 588.William Tighe, Statistical Observations relative to the County of Kilkenny made in the years 1800 and 1801 (1802), 588.

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILFANE HOUSE
Date: 1800a
Nature: 'To Kilfane, Mr Power has added a new front and other improvements, which render it not only an excellent house, but a good specimen of architecture.'
Refs: William Tighe, Statistical Observations relative to the County of Kilkenny made in the years 1800 and 1801 (1802), 588.William Tighe, Statistical Observations relative to the County of Kilkenny made in the years 1800 and 1801 (1802), 588.

Building: CO. KILKENNY, BISHOPSHALL
Date: 1800ca
Nature: 'Mr Boyce has just finished at Bishopshall, a most excellent house and extensive gardens' (Tighe)
Refs: William Tighe, Statistical Observations relative to the County of Kilkenny made in the years 1800 and 1801 (1802), 588.

Building: CO. DERRY, BROOK HALL (DERRY)
Date: 1800ca
Nature: New house with oval entrance hall; 'a modern edifice, lately finished on a very elegant plan…' (Sampson). For the Rt. Hon. George Fitzgerald Hill.
Refs: G. Vaughan Sampson, Statistical Survey of the County of Londonderry (1802), 432; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 402; Edith Mary Johnston Liik, History of the Irish Parliament 1692-1800 (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1992), IV, 423

Building: CO. DONEGAL, GLENTOGHER (CARNDONAGH)
Date: 1800ca
Nature: New house and demesne, for Henry Alexander: 'the house is almost finished…He [Henry Alexander] is determined, in the course of three years, to change the lowering gloom of every prospect from this house into a lively variety of trees, irrigating rivers, and all the charms of verdant pasturage and production.'
Refs: James Macparlan, Statistical Survey of the County of Donegal(1802), 19

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, PROSPECT HILL, COUNTY INFIRMARY
Date: 1800ca
Nature: Plain 7-bay, 3-storey building opened circa 1800.
Refs: James Hardiman, History of the town and county…of Galway (1820), 304

Building: CO. TYRONE, DRUMQUIN, CHURCH (CI, LANGFIELD UPPER PARISH)
Date: 1800ca
Nature: 'The church, which was erected soon after the separation of the parish [in 1795], is a small neat edifice with a square tower;  the late Board of First Fruits gave £500, in 1800 towards its erection.'(Lewis)  Erected under the direction of Rev. Francis Gouldsbury (rector, 1798-1803, who also built glebe house, 1801) at cost of £500 (OS Memoirs).
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds. Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 5: Parishes of Co. Tyrone 1 (1990), 131;  Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 244;  Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), Pt 1, 87(illus.).

Building: CO. CORK, LOTA PARK (GLANMIRE)
Date: 1801
Nature: 2-storey over basement house erected for John Power, 1801. Said to have cost not less than £4,000. (Wings containing ballroom and library added by James Roche (1770-1853) at cost of £3,000.)
Refs: J.B. Burke, Visitation of seats and arms (2nd ser., 1855), II, 4-5; Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 191; Mary Cecilia Lyons, Illustrated Incumbered Estates Ireland, 1850-1905 (1993), 189-190,191(illus.)

Building: CO. DERRY, TERMONEENY, CHURCH OF ST CONLUS (CI)
Date: 1801
Nature: New church built at cost of £600. (In very bad repair by 1836)
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 6 (1990), 121-22 (RIA, OS Memoirs, Box 47);  exterior of church illus. in Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 104.

Building: CO. MAYO, BALLAGHADERREEN, INFANTRY BARRACKS
Date: 1801
Nature: Described as small and new (not yet occupied) in report of 12 Nov 1801.
Refs: NA/PRO (Kew) HO 100/108/61

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CITY MARSHALSEA
Date: 1801
Nature: New city marshalsea proposed. Estimates invited for building Walls of a proper Elevation for enclosing the same, pursuant to the plan thereof', May 1802. For Dublin Corporation.
Refs: Freeman's Journal, 8 May 1802

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, BALLYBAY, CHRIST CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1801
Nature: New church for new parish created from Aughnamullen and Tullycorbet in 1798, built at expense of Henry Leslie, opened 1801. (Gallery added in 1816.)
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Clogher Clergy and Parishes  (1929), 119;  illus. in Clergy of Clogher  (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2006), 20;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 146(illus.)

Building: CO. MAYO, FOXFORD, CHURCH (CI, STRAID PARISH)
Date: 1801
Nature: New church, 1801. Tower and spire added, 1826.
Refs: Exterior illus. in Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 229, and in Clergy of Tuam, Killala and Achonry (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 229;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 271 (illus.)


Building: CO. LAOIS, CASTLETOWN (MOUNTRATH), CHURCH OF ST ABBAN (CI, KILLEBAN PARISH)
Date: 1801
Nature: New church.
Refs: Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 255(illus.),257.

Building: CO. MEATH, TRIM, ST LOMAN'S STREET, CATHEDRAL OF ST PATRICK (CI)
Date: 1801-1803;1827
Nature: 'The church, with the exception of the tower, which is of great antiquity, and partly covered with ivy, was rebuilt in 1803, at and expense of £738, raised by assessment and a gift from the bishop; in 1827 a gallery was added, at an expense of £350, a loan from the late Board of First Fruits, and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have recently granted £100 for its repair.'(Lewis) Casey and Rowan give date as 1803.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837),, II, 644;  Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 514. 

Building: CO. LAOIS, MOUNTRATH, CHURCH OF ST PETER (CI, CLONENAGH PARISH)
Date: 1801a
Nature: New church on site donated by Earl of Mountrath, 1796ca. Consecrated 20 May 1801. Cost £969 (cf. Lewis who wasy that church was erected by aid of gift of £900 and loan of £500). Enlarged, 1832, by aid of loan of £1500 from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 359;  Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 225;  exterior illus. in  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 342.


Building: CO. DUBLIN, ROEBUCK, HOUSES?
Date: 1801ca
Nature: B. Bolger measures 'sundry works for Mr Ambrose Moore at his New Buildings in Rhoebuck, by John Russel'.
Refs: NA PRO 1A 58 126.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, DERRIAGHY, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1802
Nature: Rebuilding of church of 1745. Much reduced in size by 1878.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. DOWN, KILCOO, CHURCH (RC, OLD)
Date: 1802
Nature: New church built by Rev. Hugh Smith. Date inscribed on lintel of E. door.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. DOWN, KILLOUGH, CHURCH OF ST ANNE (CI)
Date: 1802
Nature: New church with tower and wooden spire. 'The church, which had been rebuilt in 1716, and had subsequently fallen into a state of dilapidation, was again rebuilt in 1802, by the munificence of the Rev. J. Hamilton, who died in 1797, and bequeathed £1200 for that purpose. It is a neat edifice, on the site of the former, in the early English style, with a tower surmounted with an octangualr spire, affording an excellent landmark for mariners enterin the port.' (Lewis) Spire blown down in Great Wind of Jan 1839.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 154;  Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 134-5(illus.);  exterior of church also illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 189.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, COURT HOUSE (OLD)
Date: 1802
Nature: 'a neat stone building (49 feet long and 48 feet broad) with gothic windows…it was since repaired and enlarged and has cost altogether £1,663 pounds, which was defrayed by the county'. Old bridewell beneath, unused by 1837.
Refs: Memoir by Thomas McIlroy, 11 Oct 1837, in Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 114

Building: CO. DERRY, CASTLEDAWSON, COTTON FACTORY
Date: 1802
Nature: Extensive 3-storey range, with 2-storey drying house, store house &c. and other single-storey buildings. Established 1802 by John Vance of Belfast and others and subsequently enlarged.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 6, 66

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, WILLIAMS GATE, MEAT MARKET
Date: 1802
Nature: New market on site of upper citadel with spacious entrance from street.
Refs: James Hardiman, History of the town and county…of Galway (1820),

Building: CO. GALWAY, LOUGHREA, LINEN HALL
Date: 1802
Nature: Built by 2nd Lord Clonbrock.
Refs: J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 626

Building: CO. DONEGAL, ARDS HOUSE
Date: 1802a
Nature: 'splendid mansion' described by McParland: 'consists in front of two principal rooms, 40 feet by 30 each, brilliantly lighted by lofty and bowed windows; the middle compartment between those two rooms is a very fine hall…lighted at the top by a large glass dome; this opens into a light handsome staircase, which leads to two stories of suitable sleeping rooms'. Wing, consisting of breakfast room, &c.
Refs: McParlan, Statistcal Survey of Co. Donegal (1802), 12

Building: CO. DERRY, THE OAKS (CLONDERMOTT)
Date: 1802a
Nature: 'Oaks, the neat lodge of Mr Acheson, is a spot of singular beauty…Mr Acheson is not building an excellent house, upon a most commodious plan, on the opposite bank, where he means shortly to reside…'
Refs: G. Vaughan Sampson, Statistical Survey of the County of Londonderry (1802), 434

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILKENNY, CASTLE ROAD, SWITZSIR'S ASYLUM
Date: 1803
Nature: Classical building. founded and endowed by James Switsir for poor Protestant and Catholic widows
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 114

Building: CO. LONGFORD, ABBEYLARAGH, CHURCH (CI, 1803)
Date: 1803
Nature: New 'neat, plain edifice'.
Refs: William Shaw Mason, A statistical account, or parochial survey of Ireland III, (1819), ?; Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 3

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, PATRICK STREET, THEATRE
Date: 1803
Nature: New theatre opened, Feb 1803, 'after having been considerably altered'.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 218.

Building: CO. CARLOW, CLOYDAGH, CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST (CI)
Date: 1803
Nature: New church, with gift of £461 from Board of First Fruits., probably incorporating stones from old church on same site.
Refs: Clergy of Cashel, Emly and Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 229(illus.),230.

Building: CO. DONEGAL, RAYMUNTERDONEY, CHURCH OF ST PAUL (CI)
Date: 1803-1805
Nature: New church.
Refs: F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 172(illus.) give date of 1821 for N aisle, following J.B. Leslie, Raphoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 120, but cf. drawings by Welland & Gillespie in RCB Library, portfolio 25.

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, KILLUCAN, CHURCH OF ST ETCHEN (CI)
Date: 1803-1815
Nature: 'The church, for the erection of which the late Board of First Fruits gave £100 and granted a loan of £1200, in 1816, is handsome edifice with a well-proportioned spire, and contains the sepulchral vault of the Pakenham family.'(Lewis) Built between 1803 and 1815.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), 156;  Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 361;  exterior illus. in  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 317.


Building: CO. DUBLIN, ST EDMUNDSBURY (LUCAN)
Date: 1803a
Nature: Bryan Bolger measures extensive work, including erection of portico, for Thomas Needham.
Refs: NA/PRO Bolger MSS. 1A/58/126; Mary Cecilia Lyons, Illustrated Incumbered Estates Ireland, 1850-1905 (1993), 32(illus.)

Building: CO. WEXFORD, ADAMSTOWN, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1803a
Nature: 'Archdeacon Barton seems to havwe built a Glebe house, which was newly erected in 1803 (|Parl. Rep.|)'
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 104; David Rowe & Eithne Scallan, Houses of Wexford(Ballinakella Press, 2004), no. 4

Building: CO. WEXFORD, KILNAMANAGH, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1804
Nature: 'The Glebe house was built in 1804, Rev. R.E. Cane being granted a certificate charging £507.10s.9d. on his successor.'
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 197

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, BRIDGE (PROPOSED)
Date: 1804
Nature: 'The plan and elevation of a new bridge intended tlt be thrown across form the Nort-abbye to the corner of Grenville-place were approved of:  this bridge however was never built'.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 222.

Building: CO. CAVAN, MOUNT NUGENT, CHURCH OF ST BRIDE (CI)
Date: 1804
Nature: Erected on ground gifted by Oliver Nugent of Bobsgrove (Farren Connell).
Refs: Inscription on plaque over entrance cited by Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 487;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 314.

Building: CO. LAOIS, CURRACLONE, CHURCH OF ST PETER (CI)
Date: 18044
Nature: New church.

Refs: Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012),n 231(ILLUS.),232..


Building: CO. DONEGAL, BUNCRANA, CHRIST CHURCH (CI, FAHAN LOWER PARISH)
Date: 1804;1816;1836ca
Nature: Built 1804, enlarged, 1816, 'and being still too small, is again about to be enlarged, for which the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have recently granted £370.6.8'
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 230,611;exterior illus. in F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999),138.

Building: CO. DONEGAL, ROSAPENNA HOUSE
Date: 1804a
Nature: Rebuilding, for Rev. Archibald McCausland and Rev. Mr Porter.  Builder: George Kennedy, Cloncarney, Letterkenny.
Refs: A.P.W. Malcomson, The Clements Archive (Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission, 2010), 590.

Building: CO. CORK, BERE ISLAND, BATTERY & MARTELLO TOWERS
Date: 1804ca
Nature: Circular battery and 4 martello towers at 'proper intervals' erected c.1804.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 24

Building: CO. LAOIS, MOUNTMELLICK, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1805
Nature: Large new meeting house attached to earlier meeting house of 1709.
Refs: D.M.Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 73-74(illus.)

Building: CO. CAVAN, COOTEHILL, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1805
Nature: New meeting house. 3-bay hall with pointed windows.
Refs: D.M. Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 157-8

Building: CO. WEXFORD, LISKINFERE, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1805
Nature: New glebe house for Rev. Wensley Bond, who spent £1,504 on it.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 211

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, RUTLAND STREET, COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
Date: 1805
Nature: '…erected at the expense of the Mercantile Body of Limerick in 1805: it contains one of the most spacious and elegant Coffee-rooms in Ireland, and a number of fine aparments appropriated to the business of the Chamber of Commerce' (Fitzgerald) (Became town hall in 1843)
Refs: Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), II, 590; M. Lenihan, Limerick; its history and antiquities (1866), 414

Building: CO. ROSCOMMON, ARDCARNE, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1805
Nature: Erected in 1805 by the Rev. John H. Gouldsbury, A.M.
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, CLONMEL, MARY STREET, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1805
Nature: Choir shortened by 29 ft. New porch at west end mostly built of materials from White mortuary chapel; top storey of tower removed and octagonal addition substituted. Church covered with roughcast & lime wash. Gallery  and Corporation gallery removed.
Refs: W.P. Burke, History of Clonmel (1907), 263.

Building: CO. WEXFORD, MONART, CHURCH OF ST PETER (CI)
Date: 1805-1808;1827;1909
Nature: New church with nave and belfry for perpetual curacy formbed out of Templeshanbo parish. Built on old site for £500 given by Board of First Fruits. consecrated 17 Sep 1808. Transepts added 1827 by loan of £500 from Board of First Fruits. Renovation costin £420 in 1909.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 215;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 464.

Building: CO. CORK, KILMAHON, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1805-1809ca
Nature: New church, described as 'just finished' by Carlisle, while Lewis writes that it 'was built by aid of a gift of £210 from the late Board of First Fruits in 1805'.
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 169

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, CLONMELLON, CHURCH OF ST LUCY (CI, KILLUA PARISH)
Date: 1805;1823
Nature: Ruin (in form of a window?)in churchyard erected by Sir Benjamin Chapman, 1805. Struck by lightning and re-erected by Sir Thomas Chapman 1823.
Refs: MS notes by Lady Chapman, 1930s?, in possession of Eugene Sheridan, Killua (photocopy in IAA, RPD 141.10)

Building: CO. DOWN, SAINTFIELD, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1806
Nature: New church erected 1806 by Rev. Hugh Green. (Later enlarged.)
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. CAVAN, COOTEHILL, MARKET HOUSE
Date: 1806
Nature: 'the market house, a large, ablong, commodious building was erected in…1806, and during the propsperity of the linen trade the upper range was used for the measuring and stamping of linen whilst the lower was, and still is, employed as the general mart of potatoes amd cprm. The upper portion of the buisling has been occasionally rented to the government as a barrack for a company of infantry.'
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 40: Counties of South Ulster 1834-8, 4

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, PARLIAMENT BRIDGE
Date: 1806
Nature: New, single-arch limestone bridge, built at cost of £4,000;  'believed to have been designed by Abraham Hargrave' (Herlihy).
Refs: J. Windele, Historical and Descriptive Notices of the City of Cork (1849), ?; APSD II, C, 147;  Roger Herlihy, A Walk through the South Parish (Cork: Red Abbey Publications, 2010), 75.

Building: CO. CORK, SPIKE ISLAND, BARRACKS
Date: 1806
Nature: New barracks.  Roofed by Sep 1811.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837),  240;  J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 746

Building: CO. WEXFORD, ADAMSTOWN, CHURCH OF ST PETER (CI)
Date: 1806
Nature: New church, costing about £700, £500 being granted by Board of First Fruits. Dedicated and consecrated 7 Aug 1806.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 104

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, KILLUA CASTLE
Date: 1806-7
Nature: Obelisk to Lord Nelson..
Refs: MS notes by Lady Chapman, 1930s?, in possession of Eugene Sheridan, Killua (photocopy in IAA, RPD 141.10)

Building: CO. WICKLOW, KILTEGAN, CHURCH OF ST PETER (CI)
Date: 1806;1826
Nature: New church,  licensed for worshop after rebuilding, 28 Jan 1806 and opened for service, 23 Jul 1806. Cost: £756, of which £461 was gift of Board of First Fruits. Enlarged in 1826 at a cost of £1200, half of which was defrayed by Board.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837) ,II, 212;  Wicklow Newsletter, 21 Apr 1906;   C.M. Drury, 'West County Wicklow notes', Journal of the Kildare Archaeological Society 5 (1906-08), ?;  Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 266(illus.,267);  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 351.
    

Building: CO. KILKENNY, ULLARD, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1806a
Nature: 'newly erected…Rev. George Alcock, incumbent (1806) is resident'.
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?

Building: CO. WEXFORD, TEMPLESCOBIN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1806ca
Nature: New church, built ca 1806 or soon after, by aid of gift of £800 from Boare of First Fruits. Consecrated as St Busk's, 6 May 1818.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 243

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILFANE, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1807
Nature: 'The glebe-house was erected by aid of a gift of £100 and a loan of £500, in 1807, from the late Board of First Fruits…' (Lewis). Described by Carlisle as 'building'.
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 89

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, CUSTOM HOUSE
Date: 1807
Nature: Small plain building, built in 1807.
Refs: J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 448

Building: CO. KERRY, DINGLE, CHURCH OF ST JAMES (CI)
Date: 1807
Nature: Built 1807 on site of previous church with gift of £1100 from Board of First Fruits; '…a plain structure…about to be enlarged and thoroughly repaired; for which purpose a grant of £317.17.4 has been recently made by the Ecclesiastical Board'. (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 461;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 391, and J.B Leslie, ed. D.W.T. Crooks. Clergy of Limerick - Clergy of Ardfert and Agahadoe: biographical succession lists (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2015), 142.

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, MULGRAVE STREET, ARTILLERY BARRACKS
Date: 1807
Nature: Completed 1807.
Refs: Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), II, 593.

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, BARONSTON, SCHOOL
Date: 1807
Nature: New school for 100 boys and 80 girls, built by Richard Malone, 1st Baron Sunderlin.   Opened Dec 1907.
Refs: Thomas Cromwell, Excursions through Ireland (1820), ?.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, MARDYKE WALK, BAND FIELD, PUBLIC CONVENIENCES
Date: 1807
Nature: 'A beautiful new gate was erected at the entrance of the dyke, with two handsome lamps constructed over it.'
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 231.

Building: CO. CORK, PASSAGE WEST, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI, MARMULLANE PARISH)
Date: 1807-08
Nature: 'The church…was a small edifice, built in 1684. but it was considerably enlarged in 1808, at the expense of the dean and chapter, aided by local contributions; it is, however, much too small, and is about to be replaced by one which will afford better accommodation to the increasing population.'(Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 344 (information repeated in J. Windele, Historical and Descriptive Notices of the City of Cork (1849), ?); C.A. Webster, Town of Passage West, 5

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, GAOL ROAD, TOWN GAOL
Date: 1807-1810
Nature: 3-storey building, facing river on south side of county gaol. FS laid 1807. Opened for prisoners, 27 Dec 1810.
Refs: James Hardiman, History of the town and county…of Galway (1820), 301.

Building: CO. DONEGAL, INVER, CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST (CI)
Date: 1807;1917?
Nature: New church built 1807.
Refs: Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 320;  F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 148(illus.);  exterior also illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013),173.

Building: CO. WEXFORD, TEMPLEUDIGAN, CHURCH OF ST PETER (CI)
Date: 1808
Nature: New church, 45 x 25 ft, built 1808 at cost of £600 and consecrated as St Peter's, 21 Aug 1812.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 246

Building: CO. GALWAY, MOYLOUGH (OLDCASTLE), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1808
Nature: 'The church, a neat edifice with a handsome tower, was erected in 1808, for which purposes the late Board of First Fruits advanced a loan of £200.'
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 404

Building: CO. GALWAY, OUGHTERARD, CHURCH (CI, KILCUMMIN PARISH)
Date: 1808
Nature: 'The church…is a small neat building, for the erection of which the late Board of First Fruits gave £600 in 1808' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 77

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, HENRY STREET, ROCHE'S HANGING GARDENS
Date: 1808
Nature: Terraced gardens on arched vaults, devised by William Roche, stretching from behind his house (No. 99 O'Connell St) down to Henry St. Cost £15,000.
Refs: Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), 614-617

Building: CO. DOWN, DROMORE, CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE REDEEMER (CI)
Date: 1808
Nature: 'The church...is a plasin neat edifice...it was thoroughly repaired, enlarged and modernmosed in 1808, when the tower was taken down, and the original oaken roof replaced with one of slate, cjoef;u at the expense of Bishop Percy...' (Lewis).
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), i, 508.

Building: CO. GALWAY, SHANBALLYMORE, SCHOOL
Date: 1808-09
Nature: New school.
Refs: 75th Report of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland (1908-09), 16

Building: CO. KILDARE, MAYNOOTH, ST PATRICK'S COLLEGE
Date: 1808-1810;1819
Nature: Additional buildings. Contractor: John Curran.
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, Maynooth payments, 1796-1846, MS p125/1

Building: CO. LOUTH, DROGHEDA, MILLMOUNT, RICHMOND FORT & BARRACKS
Date: 1808;1831
Nature: Fort erected about 1808. Guardhouse at entrance to barracks erected 1831.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 500

Building: CO. CORK, GLANWORTH, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1809
Nature: Built by incumbent at cost of about £2000, aided by gift of £100 and loan of £1000 from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 655

Building: CO. CORK, TEMPLEMICHAEL-DE-DUAGH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1809
Nature: 'The church is a small handsome edifice, in the early English style, built in 1809 by aid of a gift from the same Board [of First Fruits]'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 607

Building: CO. ANTRIM, RAMOAN, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1809
Nature: '…the glebe-house was built in 1809, at an expense of £480, of which £369 was a gift , and £110 a loan, from the late Board of First Fruits…'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 483

Building: CO. CARLOW, CLONMORE, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1809
Nature: New church, built 1809 at cost of £553.
Refs: Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 226,227(illus.); exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 351. 

Building: CO. CORK, KILCASKIN, CHURCH OF ST PETER (CI)
Date: 1809-1810
Nature: 'The church is a small edifice with a low square tower, situated at the base of therugged mountain of Ardrigoole; it was build in 1809, at an expense of £500, a gift fom the late Board of First Fuits, and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have recently agranted £190 towards its repair.'(Lewis)
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?;S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), 59; JCHAS (1923), 37

Building: CO. CORK, KILLEAGH, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1809-1810
Nature: New. Board of First Fruits gave £100 and lent £1,000 towards erection of same.
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 134

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRYNOYD LODGE (DRAPERSTOWN)
Date: 1809;1816 &ca.
Nature: 'The house was first built in 1809 on a very small scale. It remained thatched until the year 1816, when the roof was slated and a series of additions and enlargements commenced. These were carried on occasionally until the original cottage has become[1836] a large 2-storey house…but with the architecture, as might be expected, rather irregular.' (Demolished.)
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 31, 6

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, LA MANCHA
Date: 1809ca
Nature: Unfinished additions to William Wynn's house, La Mancha, measured by Bryan Bolger, 1809.
Refs: Bolger MSS NA/PRO 1A 58 126,127

Building: CO. GALWAY, BALLINAKILL (LOUGHREA), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1809ca
Nature: In process of being built.
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CREBILLY, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1810
Nature: New church erected 1810.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. DOWN, SPA, PUMP ROOM
Date: 1810
Nature: Erected by David Ker. Pumps by J. Bramah & Son, London.
Refs: C.E.B. Brett, Historic Buildings…in…Mid Down (UAHS, 1974), 43 (no. 2)

Building: CO. CLARE, MILTOWN MALBAY, SPANISH POINT, HOTEL
Date: 1810
Nature: Large hotel 'erected, in 1810, by a company, consisting of the Morony family and other gentlemen, and, besi;des the usual accommodations…contains hot and cold baths, billiard rooms and a spacious assembly room' (Lewis). Cost £7,000 and has 90 beds (Binns).
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 371; Jonathan Binns, The Miseries and Beauties of Ireland (1837), 398

Building: CO. CORK, COBH, CHURCH (CI, TEMPLEROBIN PARISH)
Date: 1810
Nature: 'The parish church…is a large and elegant edifice, in the early English style of architecture, with stained glass windows, and was built in 1810, by aid of a load of £2000 from the late Board of First Fruits.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 431

Building: CO. CORK, MURRAGH, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1810
Nature: 'The glebe-house is a handsome and commodious residence, built by aid of a gift of £100, and a loan of £850, in 1810, from the late Board of First Fruits; it is situated in a beautifully picturesque part of the vale of Bandon, and is designed and embellished with much taste.'(Lewis)
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 416

Building: CO. CORK, MURRAGH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1810
Nature: 'The church, situated at Farren-Thomas, is a large neat edifice, in the early English style of architecture, with a square tower…erected by aid of a loan of £550 from the same Board [of First Fruits], in 1810.' (Lewis)
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 416

Building: CO. KILDARE, FONTSTOWN, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1810
Nature: 'The glebe-house was built by aid of a gift of £10, and a loan of £400, from the late Board of First Fruits, additions to which have been made at a cost of £600.'(Lewis)
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 632

Building: CO. KILKENNY, BURNCHURCH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1810
Nature: 'The church is a neat edifice with a steeple, built by aid of aloan of £600, in 1810, from the late Board of First Fruits.' (Lewis) Described as being in the process of being built by Carlisle.
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 232

Building: CO. KILKENNY, BURNCHURCH, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1810
Nature: 'the glebe-house was built by a gift of £100 and a loan of £1500, in 1815, from the same Board [of First Fruits].'(Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 232

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BILLY, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1810
Nature: 'The glebe-house was built in 1810, by the Rev. T. Babington, vicar, aided by a gift of £350 and a loan of £450 from the…Board [of First Fruits].'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 206

Building: CO. GALWAY, GORT, CHURCH OF ST COLMAN (CI, KILMACDUAGH PARISH)
Date: 1810
Nature: 'The parish church of Kilmacdaugh was erected in 1810, on land given by the first Lord Gort. It is an elegant cruciform structure, with a conical spire; the fittings of the interior, which were renewed in 1828, are handsome and well kept.'
Refs: I. Slater's National Commercial Directory of Ireland (1846).

Building: CO. KERRY, TRALEE, BALLYMULLEN, BARRACKS
Date: 1810
Nature: 'The barracks, at Ballymullen, about half a mile from the town, and capable of accommodating 17 officers, and 456 non-commissioned officers and privates, and 6 horses, with an hospital for 30 patients, form a substantial building, erected in 1810 at an expense of £20,000.' (Lewis; but described as 'mean and shabby when compared with those in some of the other counties' by Rev. James Hall, |Tour through Ireland| (1813), ?)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), 641

Building: CO. DOWN, CASTLEWELLAN, MARKET HOUSE
Date: 1810
Nature: Proposal for same.
Refs: Unsigned ground-floor plan, Oct 1810, in PRONI, D1503/10/1 (see PRONI e-catalogue).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, FINVOY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1810
Nature: 'The present church was erected on the site of the original structure, by aid of a gift of £200 and a loan of £400 from the late Board of First Fruits; and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have lately granted £129 for its repair.'
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 631.

Building: CO. MAYO, DUNFEENY, CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST (CI)
Date: 1810
Nature: 'The church is a large building in good repair, erected by aiod of a loan of £850 from the late Board of First Fruits.'
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 574;  illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 270.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, CASTLEKNOCK, CHURCH OF ST BRIGID (CI)
Date: 1810
Nature: Church 'was rebuilt by a loan of £1000 from the late Board of First Fruits, and large subscriptions, in 1810, replacing one that had been built, in 1609, on the site of an Augustinian abbey for Canons Regular'.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 300;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013) 287.
 

Building: CO. LAOIS, LEA, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1810
Nature: 'The church, , a small neat edifice, , was built by subscription, aided by a loan of £350 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1810;  and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have recently granted £375 for its repair.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 248;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 325.



Building: CO. WATERFORD, KILROSSANTY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1810
Nature: 'The church was built in 1810, by a gift of £500 from the same Board [of First Fruits], and has been recently repaired by a grant of £240 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 204.

Building: CO. CORK, TIMOLEAGUE, CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION (CI)
Date: 1810-11
Nature: New church built on foundations of earlier one. Consecrated 25 May 1811.
Refs: J.N. Brewer, The Beauties of Ireland (1825 & 1826), II, ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 626; JCHAS (1922), 73;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 374(illus.).

Building: CO. LONGFORD, FORGNEY, CHURCH OF ST MUNIS (CI)
Date: 1810-13
Nature: Church 'enlarged, in 1810, by a donation from th Countess Dowager of Rosse, and to the repairs of which the Ecclesaistical Commissioners have lately granted £316.' (Lewis)  Addition at W end of three-stage tower flanked by battlemented vestibules with rounded ends.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 633; Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 142.

Building: CO. CORK, RATHCORMAC, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1810a
Nature: Church described as 'in repair' by Carlisle. (Possibly this refers to enlargement by William Tonson, 2nd Baron Riversdale (1775-1818), mentioned by Brewer, which included addition of chapel and gallery.)
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?; J.N. Brewer, The Beauties of Ireland (1825 & 1826), II, ?

Building: CO. GALWAY, KILLINANE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1810a
Nature: 'lately built, but not quite finished'.
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), ?

Building: CO. CORK, KILMEEN, CHRIST CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1810ca
Nature: 'The church is a very neat edifice with a square tower, for the erection of which the same Board [of First Fruits] granted a loan of £460, in 1810.' According to Costegalde & Walker, it was consecrated in 1811.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 177;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 367.

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, BROOKEBOROUGH, CHURCH OF ST LASAIR (CI, AGHAVEA OR AUGHAVEA PARISH)
Date: 1810ca
Nature: Rebuilt after fire in 1806. In process of being rebuilt 'under the direction of the Rev. James Webster and Henry Leslie, Esq.' c.1810. Completed 1813?
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810); J.B. Leslie, Clogher Clergy and Parishes (1929), 113; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 149;  illus. in Clergy of Clogher  (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2006),  16;  illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 145.


Building: CO. LONGFORD, ARDAGH, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI)
Date: 1810ca
Nature: 'The church is a plain commodious building with a square tower, for the erection of which the late Board of first Fruits of £900, in 1812, and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have lately granted £301 for its repair.' (Lewis).  Costegalde & Walker say that church was 'constructed by 1810'.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 41;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 250(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, PORTGLENONE HOUSE
Date: 1810p
Nature: New house built on site of old castle by Nathaniel Alexander, DD, Bishop of Meath.
Refs: J.P Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 690; James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. KILKENNY, CALLAN, AUGUSTINIAN FRIARY CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1810p
Nature: New church, 90 x 30ft with 90ft high tower. 'The chapel or…church of the Augustinian friary was erected through the exertions of the very Rev. John Rice, at an expense of £4000: the building , which was commenced in 1810 and completed in a few years, is of hewn stone, in the ancient English style of architecture, and has a beautifully groined ceiling: the altar-piece is the copy of a design by Domenichini, by an Italian artis; and on each side of the altar is a niche, in which is intended to place two marble statues, now in progress of executeion at Rome by Mr Hogan.' (Lewis) Egan gives dates as 1819-1821.
Refs: Catholic Directory (1836), 117; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 245; P.M. Egan, The illustrated guide to the city and county of Kilkenny [1884?], 282

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FREDERICK STREET, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1811
Nature: New meeting house.
Refs: D.M.Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 140-142(illus.)

Building: CO. CORK, ROCKMILLS, CHURCH (CI, NATHLASH PARISH)
Date: 1811
Nature: 'The church, a small neat struxture with a tower and spire, is at Rockmills: it was erected in 1811, by aid of a gift of £800 from the late Board of First Fruits.'(Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 420

Building: CO. KILKENNY, SHANKILL, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1811
Nature: 'The church, towards the erection of which, in 1811, the late Board of first Fruits contributed a gift of £800, is a plain but neat edifice.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 551

Building: CO. DOWN, DROMARA, CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST (CI)
Date: 1811
Nature: 'The church is a small handsome edifice, with a tower and clock in good repair, built in 1811, at the expense of the parishioners.' This was a reconstruction of the existing church of 1744.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), 503;  Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 184(illus.);  exterior also illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 198.


Building: CO. WEXFORD, EDERMINE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1811
Nature: New church built. (Disused in 1936.)
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 149

Building: CO. CLARE, DOONASS
Date: 1811
Nature: House 'considerably enlarged in 1811 by the late Sir Hugh Dillon Massy (2nd Bt), uncle to the present owner. It is a fine residence, built in the style of an English villa…'
Refs: J.B. Burke, A Visitation of the seats and arms of the noblemen and gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland (2nd ser., 1855), I, 152

Building: CO. LIMERICK, KILMURRY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1811
Nature: New 'substantial' church with tower and spire of hewn stone built 1811 on former site. Spire damaged in gale 15 Nov 1811. Grant of £580 from Board of First Fruits, 1812.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 191; M. Lenihan, Limerick; its history and antiquities (1866), 415-6

Building: CO. LOUTH, DROGHEDA, LAURENCE STREET, METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1811
Nature: Church built in 1811, FS having been laid by Dr Adam Clarke; ''a square two-storey building, with pointed windows…remarkable for the simplicity of architectural effect, which is a characteristic of the churches of the Methodist body throughourt Ireland'. Ground floor used for Sunday school, upper storey for worship. 'The walls are in light tint with outlined panels of deep blue'.
Refs: George Henry Bassett, Louth County Guide and Directory (1886), 100-101

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, CLONMEL, IRISHTOWN UPPER, HOUSE OF INDUSTRY
Date: 1811
Nature: New building, funded by Grand Jury and priVate subscriptions.( Adapted for use as as workhouse, 1841, and as auxiliary lunatiuc asylum, 1861-62.)
Refs: Eamonn Lonergan, St Luke's Hospital, Clonmel,1834-1984 (1984?), 29;  Sean O'Donnell, Clonmel 1840-1900: Anatomy of an Irish Town (1999), 37.

Building: CO. KERRY, KENMARE, CHURCH (CI, OLD)
Date: 1811-14
Nature: 'The church is a neat structure with a steeple, built in 1814, partly by subscription and partly by a loan of £520 from the late Board of First Fruits: it is situated on a gentle eminence about half a mile east of the town, at the termination of a fine avenue of trees extending nearly the whole of the distance…' (Replaced by new church on different site, 1858)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 38;

Building: CO. KERRY, KILFLYNN, CHURCH OF ST COLUMBA (CI)
Date: 1811;1830s
Nature: 'The church, a plain structure, was erected in 1812, for which purpose £800 was given by the late Board of First Fruits;  and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have lately granted £217 for its repair and the erection of a tower.' (Lewis) (Closed and deconsecrated, 1975, and turned into cultural centre, 1988.)
Refs: Survey plan, ca. 1860, in RCB Library, see RCB Library - Architectural dDrawings, www.archdrawing.ireland.anglican.org (last visited, Feb, 2016);  Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), 94-95;  illus. in J.B Leslie, ed. D.W.T. Crooks. Clergy of Limerick - Clergy of Ardfert and Agahadoe: biographical succession lists (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2015), 153;.
J.A. Murphy, The Church of Ireland in Co. Kerry (2016), 115(illus.), 116.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LOUGHGILLY, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI)
Date: 1811?;1828
Nature: 'The church is aa spacious and handsome edifice with a tower, originally built at an expense of £1384.12s.3¾d., a loan from the late Board of First Fruits, and rebuilt in 1828 by aid of a gift of $830.15s. from the same Board.' (Lewis).  According to Costegalde & Walker the church was first built in 1811.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 314;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 128(illus.).
 

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, MULGRAVE STREET, COUNTY INFIRMARY
Date: 1811A
Nature: New hospital finished 1811. Cost: £7000.
Refs: Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), II, 593-5; M. Lenihan, Limerick; its history and antiquities (1866), 415n

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, FREE SCHOOL
Date: 1812
Nature: 'very neat', built 1812 for £850. repairs, 1834.
Refs: Memoir (with plan) by Thomas McIlroy, 5 Oct 1837, in Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 115

Building: CO. CORK, HODDERSFIELD, MILL
Date: 1812
Nature: Mill near entrance gates.
Refs: D. O'Murchada, History of Crosshaven (1967), ?

Building: CO. KILDARE, DONADEA CASTLE
Date: 1812
Nature: 'handsome porch'. For Sir Fenton Aylmer. (Is this Richard Morrison's work?, see Bence-Jones)
Refs: J.B. Burke, Visitation of Seats and Arms (2nd ser., 1855), I, 80-81

Building: CO. KILKENNY, ROSSBERCON, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1812
Nature: 'The glebe-house was erected in 1812, bu aid of a gift of £450, and a loan of £88, from the late Board of First Fruits.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837),

Building: CO. ANTRIM, RAMOAN (BALLYCASTLE), CHURCH OF ST JAMES (CI)
Date: 1812
Nature: 'The church is a small edifice, and was rebuilt in 1812, at an expense of £369, a loan from the ... Board [of First Fruits].'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 483

Building: CO. DOWN, HOLYWOOD, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1812
Nature: '…the glebe house was built in 1812, by a gift of £450 and a loan of £50 from the late Board of First Fruits…'. (Rebuilt, 1872.)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 6;  Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 15, no. 164, 23 Jan 1873, 274.

Building: CO. LIMERICK, DREHIDTARSNA (ADARE), CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1812
Nature: New church consecrated 13 Aug 1812.
Refs: M. Lenihan, Limerick; its history and antiquities (1866), 419

Building: CO. LIMERICK, BRUREE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1812
Nature: 'The church is a neat edifice, in the early English style, with a square tower and octangular spire of hewn stone; it was built near the site of the old church, by aid of a gift of £800 from the late Board of First Fruits' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 228.

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LOUGHILL, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1812
Nature: Small church with square tower on new site built with loan of £800 from Board of First Fruits. Stone imported from Bath by Stephen Rice of Mount Trenchard. Consecrated 1812.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 315; M. Lenihan, Limerick; its history and antiquities (1866), 416

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, O'CONNELL STREET, METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1812
Nature: New church with stone façade, steps and iron balustrade.
Refs: Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), II, 564; M. Lenihan, Limerick; its history and antiquities (1866), 688.

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, LANCASTERIAN SCHOOL
Date: 1812
Nature: FS of new school laid by William Beamish, 4 May 1812.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), 242.

Building: CO. KILDARE, NEWBRIDGE, CAVALRY BARRACK
Date: 1812
Nature: Proposals invited for erecting new cavalry barrack for Barrack Board, Feb 1813.
Refs: Freeman's Journal, 3 Feb 1813.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, TANDRAGEE, CHURCH OF ST MARK (CI, BALLYMORE PARISH)
Date: 1812
Nature: 'The church is a spacious and handsome structure, in the early English style, with an embattled tower crowned with pinnacles, and was erected in 1812, at an expense of £2200, of which £1500 was aloan from the late Board of First Fruits.' (Lewis)
Refs: Date recorded on plaque in entrance lobby (information from Dr David Lawrence, Gladestry, Powys, Jul 2012);  Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 152

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, LATNAMARD, CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC, AGHABOG PARISH)
Date: 1812
Nature: New church for Fr. Patrick Coyle.
Refs: Diocese of Clogher http://www.clogherdiocese.ie/2012/11/bishop-macdaid-mass-of-celebration-st-marys-church-aghabog/ (last visited, Jan 2014);  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 497.

Building: CO. DOWN, KILLYLEAGH, CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST (CI)
Date: 1812
Nature: New church on site of 17th-century predecessor, built by Lord Dufferin and Ava with loan of £2000 fro Board of First Fruits;  tower and spire added, 1824.
Refs: Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 136(illus.)


Building: CO. DOWN, BRYANSFORD, CHURCH (CI, KILCOO PARISH)
Date: 1812
Nature: Addition of tower to church thought to be of 1712
Refs: Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 198(ilus.)

Building: CO. CAVAN, KILNALECK (NEAR), CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI, KILDRUMFERTON PARISH)
Date: 1812
Nature: New church, built in 1812 and consecrated in 1816.  Cost: £1,200. 'The church is a very neat structure, rebuilt in 1812, for which the late Board of First Fruits granted a loan of £550, and recently repaired by aid of a grant of £114 from the Eccleasiastical Commissioners.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 89;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 398;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 243.


Building: CO. DUBLIN, KILSALLAGHAN, CHURCH OF ST DAVID (CI)
Date: 1812
Nature: 'The church, rebuilt in 1812, by a loan of £768 from the same Board [of First Fruits], is a neat small edifice.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 206;  exterior of church illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 297.

Building: CO. KERRY, KILLARNEY, CHURCH (CI, 1812)
Date: 1812
Nature: 'The church, to the erection of which the late board of First Fruits contributed a loan  of £700, was built in 1812, and has been recently repaired by a grant of £282 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners:  it is a neat but irregular structure, with a tower surmounted by a slated spire, and contains several mural tablets, among which are two to the Earls of Kenmare, whose family vault is beneath;  the east window is embellished with  a painting oc Christ and the two diciples at Emmaus in stained glass.'.(Lewis)  According to Leslie this work was the completion of the church of 1797.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 128;  James B. Leslie, Ardfert & Aghadoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 122. 

Building: CO. KERRY, CASTLEGREGORY, CHURCH OF ST BRENDAN (CI, KILLINEY PARISH)
Date: 1812
Nature: 'The church is a small plain structure, for the rebuilding of which the late Board of First Fruits gabr £800 in 1812, and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners lately granted £159 for its repair.' (Lewis)  According to Leslie it was built beside ruins of old church. (Restored, 1961, and dedicated to St Brendan.)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 138;  James B. Leslie, Ardfert & Aghadoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 127;  illus. in  J.B Leslie, ed. D.W.T. Crooks. Clergy of Limerick - Clergy of Ardfert and Agahadoe: biographical succession lists (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2015), 160;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 391.



Building: CO. CARLOW, MAYO, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1812
Nature: New church, built with gift of £738 from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 255(illus.),257.

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, BORRISOKANE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1812
Nature: 'The church is a plain structure, built by aid of a loan of £500 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1812, and for the repairs of which the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have recently granted £631.17.2.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 933;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Killaloe, Kilfenora, Clonfert and Kilmacduagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2010), 47, and in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 393.

Building: CO. KILDARE, CELBRIDGE, CHRIST CHURCH (CI, KILDROUGHT PARISH)
Date: 1812-13
Nature: New church with tower and spire, erected by loan of £1500 from late Board of First Fruits (Lewis). Descr. in |Architect| as 'conventicle kind of structure' with 4 square walls, flat plastered ceiling, galleries on 3 sides and parlour. High backed pews, 8 of of which had fireplaces.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 320; Architect 30, 20 Sep 1884, 188

Building: CO. ANTRIM, GLENAVY, CHURCH OF ST AIDAN (CI)
Date: 1812-14
Nature: New church with square tower built. Lewis gives date of 1814, Lawson of 1812. Marquess of Hertford subscribed £100, Board of First Fruits gave £200 and lent £250.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 658; J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 463 (or 403?)

Building: CO. DOWN, KILWARLIN (MOIRA), CHURCH OF ST COLMAN (RC)
Date: 1812-14
Nature: New church in Magheralin parish. FS laid 7 Nov 1812 by Marquess of Downshire. Dedicated 24 Oct 1814.
Refs: E. Campbell, Ecclesiastical Buildings in the Diocese of Dromore (1940), 14; photograph of datestone in http://www.lisburn.com/churches/Lisburn-churches/magheralin-parish-churches.htm (2008)

Building: CO. CAVAN, DENN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1812-1815
Nature: New 3-bay hall and tower type church. Plaque over door records date of 1815.  'The church...was rebuilt by aid of a loan of £600 from the same Board [of First Fruits] in 1812.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 450;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 211-12[  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 246.
 

Building: CO. KERRY, KNOCKANE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1812;1825
Nature: 'The church, a plain structure with a square tower, was built in 1812 with a gift of £800 from the same Board [of First Fruits]; but having been burnt during the disturbances in 1822, it was rebuilt in 1825, by a loan of £240 from the Board of Public Works.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 237.

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, NELSON STREET, LYING IN HOSPITAL (OLD)
Date: 1812a
Nature: New hospital opened 1 May 1812.(Later moved to Henry St).
Refs: Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), II, 598; M. Lenihan, Limerick; its history and antiquities (1866), 416n,429

Building: CO. CORK, CLENOR (KILLAVULLEN), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1812ca
Nature: 'The church is a neat modern edifice, with a square tower...built in 1811 with the aid of a gift of £800 from the late Board of First Fruits' (Lewis). (Magner gives date as 1813.)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 339;  Mehaul Magner, 'Clenor Church of Ireland Church', Mallow Field Club Journal 20 (2002), 104-113.

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, CLONMELLON, CHURCH OF SS PETER & PAUL (RC)
Date: 1812ca;1835ca
Nature: New church built ca 1812; belfry added, ca 1835 (but cf. Casey & Rowan).
Refs: MS notes by Lady Chapman, 1930s?, in possession of Eugene Sheridan, Killua (photocopy in IAA, RPD 141.10);  Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 212.

Building: CO. CORK, BRINNY (UPTON), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1813
Nature: Enlargement (Lewis says 'wholly rebuilt')
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 225; JCHAS (1934), 15

Building: CO. CORK, KNOCKMOURN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1813
Nature: 'The church was rebuilt by a loan of £300 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1813.' (Described as 'repairing' in Nicholas Carlisle, |A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland| (1810).)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 240

Building: CO. KILDARE, DONADEA, CHURCH OF ST PETER (CI)
Date: 1813
Nature: 'The church, a neat edifice in the later English style, was erected in 1813, by a loan of £1000 from the late Board of First Fruits and contains a curious monument to Sir Gerald Aylmer, the first baronet, and his lady [in Aylmer family chapel].'(Lewis) (cf. Donadea Castle).
Refs: J.N. Brewer, The Beauties of Ireland (1825 & 1826), II, ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 463;  exterior illus. in ;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 320.

Building: CO. KILKENNY, GRAIGUENAMANAGH, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1813
Nature: New church inserted into remains of Cistercian abbey.
Refs: Mark Bence-Jones, 'Arcadia', Country Life153, 24 May 1973, 1450-52;  John McEvoy, ed., The Churches of Kildare and Leighlin 2000 AD (Strasbourg: Editions du Signe, 2000), 48(illus.).

Building: CO. KILKENNY, WHITECHURCH, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1813
Nature: 'The glebe-house was built in 1813, by aid of a gift of £400 and a loan of £316 from the …Board [of First Fruits]…'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 714

Building: CO. ANTRIM, GLENARM, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1813
Nature: '…the glebe-house, which is situated about 1½ mile from the church;, near the sea-shore, was built in 1813 by aid of a gift of £450 and a loan of £46 from the late Board of First Fruits…'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 624

Building: CO. DERRY, KILREA, ERASMUS SMITH SCHOOL
Date: 1813
Nature: New male and female schools. Cost: £800.
Refs: Unsigned, undated plan, elevation and site plan in Erasmus Smith drawings collection, the High School, Zion Road, Rathgar, Dublin;

Building: CO. WEXFORD, NEW ROSS, CHURCH STREET, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1813
Nature: Church rebuilt 1813 but new church only covered part of site of old church, leaving walls of old chancel and transepts unroofed. Cost partly met by loan of £2,400 from Board of First Fruits.(See Francis Johnston.)
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 228;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 467;  exterior and interior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 348.


Building: CO. WEXFORD, RATHMACNEE, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1813
Nature: New church, 40 x 20 ft, built by gift of £738 English from Board of First Fruits and consecrated 15 Jun 1817 as St John's church (patron of old church was St Martin)..
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 233

Building: CO. SLIGO, AHAMPLISH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1813
Nature: New church, dedicated 5 Dec 1813; loan of £700 from Board of First Fruits; gift of £100 from Lord Palmerston.
Refs: Information from RCB Library, portfolio 16; Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837),

Building: CO. SLIGO, BALLYMOTE, BRIDEWELL
Date: 1813
Nature:

Built 1813. Cost £600.  Grand Jury gave grant to Bridgeman and Richard Gethin, Motherwell.

Refs: James Christopher McDonagh, History  of Ballymote and the parish of Emlaghfad (Dublin, 1936), 139

Building: CO. SLIGO, BALLYMOTE, COURT HOUSE
Date: 1813-14
Nature: Built 1813 and/or 1814. Cost £600, 'the only building of note preceding the purchase of Sir Robert Gore Booth'.
Refs: RIA, MS Ordnance Survey memoirs, Box 50;  Terence O'Rorke, History of Sligo (1889), II, 172.

Building: CO. CORK, KNOCKMOURNE, CHURCH OF ST LUKE (CI)
Date: 1813-1815
Nature: 'The church was rebuilt by a loan of £300 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1813.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 240.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, BALBRIGGAN, CHURCH OF ST GEORGE (CI)
Date: 1813-1816
Nature: New church. FS laid 23 Jul 1813. Completed and consecrated as Chapel of St George, 20 Oct 1816. Church built on land granted by Rev. G. Hamilton, who also endowed it. Cost: £3018.2s.2d, of which £1,400 given by Board of First Fruits, £478.15s.2d. raised by subscriptions and £1139.7s. given by Hamilton and his family.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 100; Robert Walsh, Fingal and its churches (Dublin, 1888), 251-2

Building: CO. WEXFORD, KILNAHUE, CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST (CI)
Date: 1813-1817
Nature: New church built 1813 (Lewis) and consecrated, 15 Jun 1817. Gift of £800 from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837),II, 196;  J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 198; exterior illus. in  Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 198..

Building: CO. SLIGO, BALLYMOTE, CHURCH (CI, EMLAGHFAD PARISH)
Date: 1813-1818
Nature: New church on new site, described by Lewis as 'a good building in the early English style, remarkable for the beauty of its tower and spire'. For Rev. John Garrett. Payments of £176.14s.1d. made to unknown payee in 1813 and 1814 for finishing church and steeple. Payment of £30 to John Lynn, 1818, for new sashes.  (Church completed 1848 through munificence of Sir R. Gore-Booth.) 
Refs: RCB Library, 'An account of of all sums of money levied for building and repairing of churches...June 1824' (information from Frank Keohane); Terence O'Rorke, History of Sligo (1889), II, 172;  James Christopher McDonagh, History  of Ballymote and the parish of Emlaghfad (Dublin, 1936), 133;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Tuam, Killala and Achonry (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 217 Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 273.  

Building: CO. WEXFORD, KILNAMANAGH, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1813-1819
Nature: New church, 'built in 1813', consecrated 10 Aug 1819. Cost £609 British; £503 contributed by Board of First Fruits, remainder contributed by Robert Doyne.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 197;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 344.

Building: CO. LEITRIM, CARRICK-ON-SHANNON, COUNTY GAOL
Date: 1813a;1823a
Nature: New prison, described by James Hall in 1813 as 'one of the most splendid buildings in the town' with 'the drops, the pulleys, the spikes on which to put men's heads etc., painted blue'. Polygonal (Lewis). Addition completed by 1823.
Refs: Rev. James Hall, Tour through Ireland (1813), ?; letters from Robert Robinson, Board of Works, and Francis Johnston re alterations to gaol, May 1820, in NA/CSO/RP/1051;  4th Report of the Association for the Improvement of Prisons in Ireland (1822), ?;Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 276

Building: CO. CAVAN, REDHILLS (NEAR), CHURCH (CI, KILLOUGHTER PARISH)
Date: 1813ca
Nature: New church.
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 516;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 241(illus.).


Building: CO. CORK, FERMOY, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1813ca?
Nature: New church, 90 x 45ft exclusive of chancel and steeple, erected on site given by John Anderson, who also contributed £500. Classical. Overall cost: £8,000. 'Fretted work' (i.e. altar-piece?) by Mr Church.
Refs: A Tour in Ireland in 1813 & 1814. By an Englishman [John Gough?] (1817), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 623-4; J.R. O’Flanagan, The Blackwater in Munster (1844), 82.

Building: CO. DOWN, DRUMGOOLAND, SCHOOLMASTER'S HOUSE
Date: 1814
Nature: Built by Drumgooland parish vestry on plot of ground granted by Countess of Clanwilliam.
Refs: JRSAI 17(1885-86), 322

Building: CO. CORK, AGHADOWN, CHURCH OF ST MATTHEW (CI, OLD)
Date: 1814
Nature: New church built on site of earlier one, consecrated 20 Sep 1814. (Lewis says church was built in 1812 with grant of £500 from Board of First Fruits.)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 92; JCHAS (1923), 29

Building: CO. CORK, BANDON, SHANNON STREET, REPOSITORY SCHOOL
Date: 1814
Nature: New industrial school for 400 children. FS laid by Countess of Bandon, 14 Mar 1814. Described by Lewis as 'large and handsome'.
Refs: Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837), (1837), 244; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 180

Building: CO. CORK, CLOYNE, CROW'S CHARITY SCHOOL
Date: 1814
Nature: School house erected at upper end of town.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 383; J. Windele, Historical and Descriptive Notices of the City of Cork (1849), ?

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARNMONEY, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1814
Nature: 'The glebe-house is a handsome building, erected by aid of a gift of £300 and a loan of £500 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1814.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837),I, 267

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, KILLUA CASTLE
Date: 1814
Nature: Alts. to dining room, including dome, with pantries and greenhouse adjoining. For Sir Thomas Chapman (who also enlarged lake in grounds, 1812-13 and 1818-19).
Refs: MS notes by Lady Chapman, 1930s?, in possession of Eugene Sheridan, Killua (photocopy in IAA, RPD 141.10)

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, CLONMELLON, SCHOOL
Date: 1814
Nature: Built by Margaret, Lady Chapman.
Refs: MS notes by Lady Chapman, 1930s?, in possession of Eugene Sheridan, Killua (photocopy in IAA, RPD 141.10)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, PORTGLENONE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1814
Nature: Proposed enlargement. of church dating from 1835.
Refs: Letter from John Gordon to Earl of Massereene, 6 Oct 1814, re proposed enlargement of church in PRO, D562/2878 (see PRONI e-catalogue).

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, TATTYKEERAN (BROOKEBOROUGH), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1814
Nature: New Georgian Gothic church. 3-bay hall with bellcote, porch and finials on gables. Stone on E. gable inscribed: 'Erected by the Rev. B. Brooke, 1814'. (Church closed, 1992.)
Refs: Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 150-151;  illus. in Clergy of Clogher  (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2006), 88.

Building: CO. CAVAN, BELTURBET, CHURCH (CI, ANNAGH PARISH)
Date: 1814
Nature: 'The church is a handsome edifice, for the repairs and enlargement of which the late Board of First Fruits granted £2600, in 1812 and 1814; and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have recently granted £112 for its further repair.'(Lewis)  According to Costegalde and Walker 17th century church was 'rebuilt'  on cruciform plan with 3 galleries in 1828, tower having already been added in 1814, but cf. Mulligan.. .
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 28;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013),  239;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 193.  
  

Building: CO. LEITRIM, CARRIGALLEN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1814
Nature: 'The church, a good building with a square tower, and in excellent repair, was erected in 1814, by aid of a loan of £1500 from the late Board of First Fruits.' (Lewis; according to Costegalde & Walker church was built between 1812 and 1814 and cost £1,384.)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 279;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 239. 

Building: CO. WICKLOW, BALLYNURE, CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION (CI)
Date: 1814
Nature:  'The church, a small neat edifice with a square tower crowned with pinnacles, was erected by aid of a gift of £800 from the late Board of First Fruits in 1814.'
Refs:  Samuel Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 160;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 207.

Building: CO. LIIMERICK, ADARE, SCHOOL
Date: 1814
Nature: Refectory of Augustinian Abbey roofed and converted into school house.
Refs: B.H. Blacker, 'Sketches of Irish Churches' in Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette14, no. 156, 23 May 1872, 109.

Building: CO. KERRY, BALLYHEIGUE, CHURCH OF ST JAMES (CI)
Date: 1814
Nature: New church on site of earlier structure.by aid of a gift of £800 Irish from Board of First Fruits. (Closed, 1958, and demolished, 1961.)
Refs: James B. Leslie, Ardfert & Aghadoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 62.

Building: CO. KERRY, DUAGH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1814
Nature: New church  built with gift of £838 from Board of First Fruits. (Demolished before 1940.)
Refs: James B. Leslie, Ardfert & Aghadoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 95

Building: CO. KERRY, KILLEENTIERNA, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1814
Nature: New church built beside ruins of old one by gift of £738 from Board of First Fruits. Destroyed by fire about 1880.
Refs: James B. Leslie, Ardfert & Aghadoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 1234.

Building: CO. OFFALY, GEASHILL, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1814
Nature: 'The parochial churchis a plain neat edifice, rebuilt in 1814 by aid of a loan of £1500 from the late Board of First Fruits, and for the repairs of which the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have lately granted £182.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 652;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 322.

Building: CO. GALWAY, AHASCRAGH, CHURCH OF ST CATHERINE (CI)
Date: 1814
Nature: 'The church is a neat building, erected at an expense of £1500, of which £1000 was granted on loan by the late Board of First Fruits, in 1814.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 23;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Killaloe, Kilfenora, Clonfert and Kilmacduagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2010), 212. 

Building: CO. WICKLOW, COOLKENNO, CHURCH OF ST MICHAEL (CI. AGHOLD PARISH)
Date: 1814-1815
Nature: Board of First Fruits grants £350 to build addition. New gallery to be built at E end, 1815.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 20; Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 191(illus.),193.


Building: CO. TIPPERARY, ARDMAYLE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1814-1815
Nature: 'The church, with the exception of the old tower crowned with an embattled turret, was rebuilt by aid of a gift of £800 and a loan of £150 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1815.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 54;  Clergy of Cashel and Emly (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 28(illus.), 29.

Building: CO. DONEGAL, RATHMULLEN, CHURCH OF ST COLUMB (CI, KILLYGARVAN PARISH)
Date: 1814-1831
Nature: New church begun 1814. Loan of £500 and gift of £300 frim Board of First Fruits. Consecrated (and dedicated to St Peter) 23 Sep 1831.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.,.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 38: Parishes of Co. Donegal I, 1833-5 (1997), 39; J.B. Leslie, Raphoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 94-95;F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 155(illus.);  exterior also illus in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 175.

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, RATHASPICK, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1814;1821
Nature: 'The church is a neat structure, with a square tower, built in 1814 by aid of a gift of £100, and enlarged by a loan of £200 from the same Board [of First Fruits].' (Lewis)   According to Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh church cost £738 9s 2¾d.  According to Costegalde and Walker additions consisted of single-storey vestibules on either side of tower.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 488;  exterior of church illus. in Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 298(illus.),299;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 252(illus.).
 

Building: CO. LOUTH, KILSARAN, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1814;1856
Nature: Church built, 1814, for Rev. Eugene O'Daly. Entrance fron with tower, 1854 (or 1856?)
Refs: Nicholas Carlisle, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1810), 308; An Foras Forbatha: Buildings of Architectural Interest in Co. Louth; Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 186

Building: CO. LAOIS, RATHSARAN, CHURCH OF ST COLUMBA (CI)
Date: 1814a
Nature: 'According to Lewis the modern church was built in 1797, but the Eccl. Commrs. report of 1837 says in 1807.  It was consecrated on Sep 23. 1814.'(Leslie)
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ossory Clergy and Parishes (1933), 341;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Ossory (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2013), 51;  National Inventory of Architectural Heritage, http://www.buildingsofireland.ie/niah/search.jsp?type=record&county=LA&regno=12802704 (last visited, Dec 2016).

Building: CO. DOWN, CASTLEWELLAN, MARKET HOUSE
Date: 1814ca
Nature: Plan for market house 'about to be built' on site of lime kiln.
Refs: Unsigned, undated drawing in PRONI, D1503/10/3 (see PRONI e-catalogue).

Building: CO. DONEGAL, CLONMANY, CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1814ca;1833;1843
Nature: New church built c.1814 for Rev. Charles O'Haggerty. Enlarged, 1833. Tower added, 1843.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survery Memoirs of Ireland 38 (Institute of Irish Studies, 1997), 14; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 197

Building: CO. TYRONE, EGLISH (DUNGANNON), CHURCH OF ST COLUMBA (CI, DERRYGORTREAVY PARISH)
Date: 1815
Nature: New church erected for £800 on a hill, half a mile from ancient church of Eglish.
Refs: Unsigned undated plan (of this church or a proposed later one?) in RCB Library, portfolio 2A; J.B. Leslie, Armagh Clergy & Parishes (1911), 210; North West Ulster, 274

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, PEACOCK LANE, CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' SCHOOL
Date: 1815
Nature: School with residence and 6 schoolrooms, 'no less remarkable for the judicious order of its arrangements than its architectural elegance'.
Refs: Catholic Directory (1837), 256; Francis H. Tuckey, The County and City of Cork Remembrancer (Cork, 1837),  (1837), 236.

Building: CO. CORK, INCHIGEELA, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1815
Nature: 'The church, for the repairs of which the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have recently granted £168, is a very neat edifice, with a square tower, built, by a loan of £250 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1815.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 15

Building: CO. CORK, TEMPLEMARTIN, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1815
Nature: 'The glebe-house was built by aid of a gift of £450 and a loan of £50, in 1815, from the late Board of first Fruits.' (Lewis).
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), 605

Building: CO. KILKENNY, MOYNE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1815
Nature: 'The church was built in 1815, by aid of a gift of £800 from the…Board [of First Fruits]'.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 405

Building: CO. KILKENNY, MOYNE, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1815
Nature: 'The glebe-house was erected by aid of a loan of £675 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1820.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 405

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CAIRNCASTLE, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI)
Date: 1815
Nature: New church; ; '…a small plain edifice with a lofty spire,…built on the site of a former church by aid of a loan of £350, granted in 1815 by the late Board of First Fruits'. Consecrated, 1815.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 264;  Clergy of Connor (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1993), 162;  C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of County Antrim (UAHS, 1996), 46(illus.)

Building: CO. WEXFORD, DUNCORMICK, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1815
Nature: 'A practically new church was built on the old site in 1815 'at an expence os £184 12s 3¾d the cost of which…was defrayed by the lay impropriator, who has bound himself, his heirs and successors , to be at one half the expense of all future necessary repairs…'
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936),

Building: CO. GALWAY, MUTTON ISLAND, LIGHTHOUSE
Date: 1815
Nature: Built 1815 on site of old Franciscan Abbey. 45 ft high.
Refs: J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 449

Building: CO. KERRY, CAHIRCIVEEN, CHURCH OF ST FINNIAN (CI, CAHIR PARISH)
Date: 1815
Nature: 'The church is a neat plain edifice, built in the year 1815 by aid of a loan of £540 from the late Board of First Fruits.' (Later rebuilt, see photograph in J.B Leslie, ed. D.W.T. Crooks. Clergy of Limerick - Clergy of Ardfert and Agahadoe: biographical succession lists (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2015), 139.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 237

Building: CO. LIMERICK, THE ISLAND (CASTLECONNELL)
Date: 1815
Nature: 'The present mansion, Doric in style, the seat of Sir Richard de Burgho, Bt., was erected in 1815 by Sir John Allen de Burgho' (Burke). Joned to mainland by battlement causeway. Descr. by Bence-Jones as single storey house with portico.
Refs: J.B. Burke, A Visitation of the seats and arms of the noblemen and gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland (2nd ser., 1855), II, 19; Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 159

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ?, MASONIC ORPHAN ASYLUM
Date: 1815
Nature: Estimates being prepared for same.
Refs: Newry Commercial Telegraph, 25 May 1813

Building: CO. WICKLOW, BALLYARTHUR
Date: 1815
Nature: 'We went out of the demesne through an elegant new entrance which Mr Symes is building at Newbridge.'
Refs: William Smith, Journal of an excursion to Co. Wicklow, 22 July 1815, 35.

Building: CO. WICKLOW, KILTIMAN
Date: 1815
Nature: New house, for William Eccles, 'building' in Jul 1815.
Refs: William Smith, Journal of an excursion to the West of Wicklow, 22 Jul 1815 (incomplet reference from B of I files)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, RATHLIN ISLAND, CHURCH OF ST THOMAS (CI)
Date: 1815
Nature: 'The church, towards the erection of which the late Board of First Fruits contributed a gift of £800, is a neat small edifice with a square tower, erected in 1815.'
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 502.;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 215.,

Building: CO. LEITRIM, MOHILL, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1815
Nature: New church partly on site of old abbey.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837) II, 376;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 251 (illus.), which says that church was merely enlarged in 1815.

Building: CO. LAOIS, RATHDOWNEY, CHURCH OF ST ANDREW (CI)
Date: 1815
Nature: 'The church, towards the erection of which the late Board of First Fruits granted a loan of £1000 in 1815, is a handsome edifice in the later English style, with a well proportioned spire.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 494;  exterior and interior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 343.

Building: CO. CORK, DONERAILE, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1815-16
Nature: 'The church, at the north end of the town, is a neat and commodious edifice with a tower, formerly surmounted by a spire which was blown down about 12 years since. It was erected in 1816[sic, but date of 1815 carved over E window], by aid of a loan of £2000 from the late Board of First Fruits…'.(Lewis)   (Design attr. to James Pain by Bill Power.)
Refs: J.N. Brewer, The Beauties of Ireland (1825), ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 478;  Bill Power, 'A treasury of churches: North Cork churches of James Pain', Mallow Field Club Journal 22 (2004), 80.

Building: CO. DERRY, TYANEE, CHURCH (CI, TAMLAGHT O'CRILLY LR)
Date: 1815-16
Nature: New church on site of predecessor, with 3-storey belfry. 3 windows on S side, 1 at E end, replacing church of 1775..
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 18 (1993), 89;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 101.

Building: CO. TYRONE, LECKPATRICK, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI)
Date: 1815-16
Nature: New church erected, 1815-16, consecrated, 1821, and enlarged, 1834.
Refs: J.B.Leslie, Derry Clergy and Parishes (Enniskillen, 1937), 257;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 90.and Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013),  90.

Building: CO. KILKENNY, STONEYFORD, CHURCH OF ST PETER (CI, ENNISNAG PARISH)
Date: 1815-16
Nature: New church for English  Protestant workmen at nearby Merino Factory. Grant  from Board of First Fruits for building same on site of old church ruins requested in memorial of Timothy Nowlan, Thomas Shaw and Robert shaw dated 9 Oct 1814.  Church built by aid of gift from Board of First Fruits of £830 and consecrated, 30 Jun 1816.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ossory Clergy and Parishes (1933), 258;  Clergy of Ossory (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2013), 30(illus.). 


Building: CO. DERRY, DUNGIVEN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1815-17
Nature: New cruciform church erected 1815 with loan of £1,200 from Board of First Fruits. Date of 1816 on plaque on tower probably date of completion.  Tower still unfinished in 1835. Very large pews.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 15, 4; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 581;  Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 266;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 74, and Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 168.


Building: CO. SLIGO, TAUNAGH (RIVERSTOWN), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1815-18
Nature: New hall-and-tower type church, begun in 1816 and consecrated in 1818. Site donated by coopers of Coopershill
Refs: Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 247(illus.)..

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILKENNY, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1815-18
Nature: New church in ruins of Priory of St John the Evangelist. Lease of site granted by corporation, 24 Apr 1815. Consecrated, 2 Aug 1818.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ossory Clergy and Parishes (1933), 351;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Ossory (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2013), 39.


Building: CO. MAYO, MULLAFARRY, GLEBE HOUSE (BALLYSAKEERY PARISH)
Date: 1815-1820
Nature: New glebe house for Rev. Joseph Verschoyle; design approved by by Bishop of Killala, 1 Aug 1815.  'The glebe-house, a handsome residence, was built by aid of a gift of 400 and a loan of £400 from the late Board[of First Fruits].'(Lewis)
Refs: Plans and elevations of new glebe house and offices for Rev. Joseph Verschoyle, endorsed 'I approve of this Plan and authorize the Vicar to commence the work 1st August 1815 Jas Killala', in Representative Church Body Library, Dublin, GH/14 (attached note also approves vicar's plan fo enclose glebe, garden and office yard with walls),

Building: CO. CAVAN, TEMPLEPORT, CHURCH OF ST PETER (CI)
Date: 1815-19?
Nature: New church with tower and spire. 'The church, a very neat edifice, beautifully situated on the margin of the lake, and for the repair of which the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have recently granted £120, was erected in 1815, for which purpose the late Board of First Fruits granted a loan of £1500.'(Lewis)   According to Costegalde & Walkker, church was built in 1819 at cost of £1,382. 
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 613;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 613(illus.).


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BILLY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1815a
Nature: New church with tower. 'The church, a plain substantial building, was erected on the site of a former structure, by aid of a gift of £800 and a loan of £500, in 1815[consecration], from the late Board of First Fruits.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 206; Clergy of Connor (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1993), 124; Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 222(illus.).

Building: CO. CORK, CREAGH CASTLE (DONERAILE)
Date: 1816
Nature: New house, perhaps incorporating part of Castle Saffron, formerly on site. For Capt. W.J. Brasier-Creagh.
Refs: Richard J. Hodges, Cork and County Cork in the Twentieth Century (1911), 105; Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 94(illus.); Anna-Maria Hajba, Houses of Cork I (2002), 131-2(illus.)

Building: CO. CORK, TEMPLEMICHAEL-DE-DUAGH, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1816
Nature: ''The glebe-house was built by aid of a gift of £300 and aloan of £500, in 1816, from the late Board of First Fruits…'(Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 607

Building: CO. CORK, TIMOLEAGUE, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1816
Nature: 'The glebe-house, a neat villa residence, was erected by aid of a gift of £100 and a loan of £900 , in 1816, from the late Board of First Fruits…'(Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837),II, 626

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, KNOCKBREDA, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1816
Nature: Built by gift of £100 and loan of £825 from Board of First Fruits. Incumbent: Mervyn Pratt.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 238

Building: CO. DERRY, ARDMORE (LIMAVADY), CHURCH (CI, BALTEAGH PARISH)
Date: 1816
Nature: New church built by Hugh Wright. In bad condition by 1823 when it was repaired and enlarged.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 9, 3.;   Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 355;  illus. in Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 455.



Building: CO. DERRY, TAMLAGHT O'CRILLY, CHURCH (CI, TAMLAGHT O'CRILLY UPR PARISH)
Date: 1816
Nature: New church close to old church. 54 by 24 ft, with 3-storey belfry with pinnacles. Built 1816 at cost of £1000 Irish.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol 18 (1993), 89; Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999),101(illus.)

Building: CO. KERRY, ANNASCAUL, CHURCH (CI, BALLYNACOURTY PARISH))
Date: 1816
Nature: '…a small plain edifice with a square tower' built with loan of £600 from Board of First Fruits. (Closed, 1958, and demolished, 1963.)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 30; J. King, Kerry Past & Present (1931), ?.

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, PENNY WELL, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1816
Nature: New T-plan church replacing one of 1750. (Improved, 1835. Erection of school-house at eastern side, c.1860.)
Refs: M. Lenihan, Limerick; its history and antiquities (1866), 679

Building: CO. WEXFORD, BANNOW HOUSE
Date: 1816
Nature: 'The building of the house was begun in 1816 by Samuel Boyse who had inherited the estate of 4.500 acres.'
Refs: David Rowe & Eithne Scallan, Houses of Wexford(Ballinakella Press, 2004), no. 207(illus.)

Building: CO. SLIGO, KILMACTRANNY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1816
Nature: 'he church is a small modern building, forthe erection of which the late Board [of First Fruits] gave £800, in 1811; and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have lately granted £305 for its repair.'(Lewis)  According to Costegalde a& Walker, church was built in 1816 at cost of £738.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 168;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 247 (illus.).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, HOWTH, CHURCH (CI, OLD)
Date: 1816
Nature: 'The church, a neat edifice on an eminence at the entrance to the town, was erected by a gift of £800 and a loan of £600 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1816.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 11.

Building: CO. KERRY, TEMPLENOE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1816
Nature: 'The church, a small plain building, ituatiod about three quarters of a mile to the west of the ancient edifice, was erected in 1816 at an expense of £700, of which £100 was contributed by the late Mr Mahony, of Dromore, who also gave the site, and the remaining £600 was a gift from the late Board of First Fruits:  it is fitted up with teak wood from the wreck of a vessel.'(Lewis)  (Church closed circa 1987.)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 611;  exterior illus. in J.B Leslie, ed. D.W.T. Crooks. Clergy of Limerick - Clergy of Ardfert and Agahadoe: biographical succession lists (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2015), 172..


Building: CO. MEATH, OLDCASTLE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1816
Nature: 'The church is a plain substantial bulding, with a tower and spire, in very good repair;  it was rebuilt by a loan of £1000 from the same board [of First Fruits] in 1816, and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have recently granted £284 for its repair:  the spire was erected at the expense of J.L.W. Naper, Esq., of Loughcrew, lord of the manor.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837),II, 448;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 314.

Building: CO. WICKLOW, MOYNE, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1816
Nature: New church for perpetual curacy in Hacketstown parish, consecrated 25 Aug 1816.
Refs: Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 176(illus.);  exterior illus in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 351. 

Building: CO. KERRY, CASTLEMAINE, CHURCH OF ST CARTHAGE (CI, KILTALLAGH PARISH)
Date: 1816
Nature: 'The church is a small plain edifice with a square tower, rebuilt in 1816, for which purpose the late board [of First Fruits] granted a loan of £600.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 211; exterior and interior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 390.
 

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, LORRHA, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1816
Nature: 'The glebe-house, towards the erection of which the late Board of First Fruits contributed a gift of £400 and a loan of £1200, in 1816, is a handsome reesidence;  the glebe comprises 2¾ acres.'(Lewis); 
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 312;  exterior illus. in National Inventory of Architectural Heritage, http://www.buildingsofireland.ie/niah/search.jsp?type=record&county=TN&regno=22400413 (last visited, Feb 2017).

Building: CO. DOWN, NEWTOWNARDS, CHURCH OF ST MARK (CI)
Date: 1816-17
Nature: New church built, largely at expense of Viscount Castlereagh. Perpendicular Gothic. 'The church, a handsome cruciform edifice, was built in 1817, at an expense of £5446, of which £831 was a gift and £3692 a loan from the…Board [of First Fruits]'(Lewis).
Refs: Date 1817 on downpipe at SW corner of church; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 436; Douglas Scott Richardson, Gothic Revival Architecture in Ireland (1983), 196-7,198,240(n.27); Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 150(illus.);  exterior also illus in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 194.

Building: CO. LOUTH, DROGHEDA, ST JOHN'S ALMSHOUSE
Date: 1816-17
Nature: Rebuilt at cost of £1,521.12s.1d.
Refs: John D'Alton, History of Drogheda (1844), ? (B of I)

Building: CO. WICKLOW, DUNLAVIN, CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS (CI)
Date: 1816-17;1835
Nature: 'The church, a neat edifice in the later English style, was erected in 1816, by a loan of £1300 from the same Board [of First Fruits], and enlarged in 1835,  by a grant of £460 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.'(Lewis).  Consecrated, 24 Oct 1817.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), 583;  Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2001), 284;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 301 . 

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, O'CONNELL STREET, CHURCH (RC, AUGUSTINIAN)
Date: 1816?
Nature: Theatre (built 1810) purchased in or by 1816? for £400 by Prior, who spent £600 on alts. and imps. to convert it into church. These included wooden entrance portico with four columns, erected 1816. (Is this the church described by James Hall, in his |Tour through Ireland| (1813) as 'one of the most extensive and showy of all the religious buildings in the Kng's dominions'?)
Refs: Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), II, 569-70; M. Lenihan, Limerick; its history and antiquities (1866), 425,439,442,425

Building: CO. MAYO, TURLOUGH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1816New church on site donated by fitzgerald famil
Nature: New church with tower on site donated by Fitzgerald family.
Refs: Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 266(exterior illus.).


Building: CO. KILKENNY, CALLAN, CHURCH OF THE ASSUMPTION (RC)
Date: 1816p
Nature: New chapel on site of older one. Commenced 1816 under Fr. Forristal and finished by Fr. Herneberry.'(Egan). 'The chapel at Callan is a spacious edifice, not quite finished, in the southern part of the town; the interior is very neat, and the ceiling is chastely and handsomely carved.' (Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 245; P.M. Egan, The illustrated guide to the city and county of Kilkenny [1884?], ?

Building: CO. ARMAGH, NEWTOWNHAMILTON, ERASMUS SMITH SCHOOL
Date: 1817
Nature: New school, 'rather a spacious building…capable of holding much more pupils'. Erected by Counsellor Hamilton, proprietor of the town, for £800.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 98

Building: CO. KILDARE, CLANE, PATRICIAN ORPHAN SOCIETY
Date: 1817
Nature: Extensive school house for 130 boys erected on Lancasterian plan. (Institution founded 1750 at Ballybrack; subsequently moved to Clane. (Lewis says built in 1819 at a cost of £300.)
Refs: Catholic Directory (1836), 105; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 328

Building: CO. KILKENNY, FIDDOWN, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1817
Nature: Built in 1817 with aid of gift of £100 and loan of £1500 from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 629

Building: CO. WEXFORD, HOLLYFORT, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI, KILNEHUGH PARISH)
Date: 1817
Nature: New parish church, 40 x 20 ft, built on new site for £800 donated by Board of Frist Fruits. Tower repaired, 1821.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 198

Building: CO. WEXFORD, KILSCORAN, CHURCH OF ST PETER(CI)
Date: 1817
Nature: New church, costing £533 British. (Repaired in 1930s.)
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 206;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 460.


Building: CO. FERMANAGH, CROCKNACRIEVE (ENNISKILLEN)
Date: 1817
Nature: 'Crocknacrieve, the residence of Mrs Johnston, is a neat and handsome building of modern architecture…It was built and the demesne laID out in 1817…the offices, which are attacehed to the house are very commodious…and there is a small but very neat conservatory attached to the south side of the house'
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds., Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 14: Parishes of Co. Fermanagh 1834-5 (1992), 95; Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 95

Building: CO. LIMERICK, NANTINAN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1817
Nature: 'The church…is a neat edifice , in the Early English style, with a square embattled tower surmounted with an octagonal spire; it was rebuilt in a1817, for which purpose the late Board of First Fruits granted a loan of £800.'
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 419

Building: CO. WICKLOW, NUN'S CROSS (ARKLOW), CHURCH (CI, KILLISKEY PARISH)
Date: 1817
Nature: New church, complted 1817, 'a remarkably neat structure in the Later English style', largely financedt by Francis Synge, Esq. (of Glanmore Castle) 'assisted by a gift of £800, and a loan of £1000 from the late Board of First Fruits'.  Consecrated 28 Oct 1817. (NB. Francis Synge employed William Farrell to design outbuildings at Glanmore in 1815.) (Corbels and plasterwork said to be by plasterer named D'Arcy of Ashford, who had worked at Dublin Castle.)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 144;  Wicklow Newsletter, 2 Nov 1917;  W.J.R. Wallace, ed., Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2001), 300;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 303;  Patricia Butler, Nun's Cross Church, Co. Wicklow, and its treasures (2016), 37-48(illus.),57.

Building: CO. LEITRIM, KILLEGAR, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1817
Nature: New church. Cost of £1,100 met by John Godley of Killegar.  Not consecrated until 1837.
Refs: National Inventory of Architectural Heritage, http://www.buildingsofireland.ie (last visited, Apr 2015);  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 243(illus.).

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, RATHASPICK, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1817
Nature: New glebe house. Cost: £461 10s 8¼d.
Refs: Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 299.

Building: CO. GALWAY, AUGHRIM, CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY (CI)
Date: 1817
Nature: 'the church is a neat edifice, erectedby aid of a loan of £1500 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1817.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 98;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Killaloe, Kilfenora, Clonfert and Kilmacduagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2010), 214..

Building: CO. SLIGO, SLIGO, FEVER HOSPITAL
Date: 1817-1822
Nature: New. 3-storey neo-classical block with 3-bay centre and 1-bay wings. Inscribed: 'Erected at the joint expense of the county and Edward Syge Cooper Esqre MP 1822'.
Refs: William Gregory Wood Martin, History of Sligo, county and town, from the earliest ages to the close of the reign of Queen Elizabeth (to the present time) (Dublin, 1882-92), 160; Tadhg Kilgannon, Sligo and its surroundings (Sligo, 1926), 147.

Building: CO. CORK, RATHCORMAC, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1817ca
Nature: New church on site given by Lord Riversdale. Described by Lewis as 'a large cruciform edifice, with a small square tower at the south transept, erected in 1816. Date given as 1818 by Brewer.
Refs: J.N. Brewer, The Beauties of Ireland (1825 & 1826), II, ?; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 494

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, MULLAGHDUN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1817ca
Nature: Chapel-of-ease for new district curacy.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Clogher Clergy and Parishes (1929), 238

Building: CO. GALWAY, GORT CASTLE
Date: 1817ca
Nature: Gothic castle built of cut stone. One third finished in 1817 but progressing rapidly. Terrace partly finished. 100 workmen employed.
Refs: John Bernard Trotter, Walks through Ireland…in 1812, 1814 and 1817 (1819), ?

Building: CO. CAVAN, KILLINKERE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1817ca
Nature: New church. 'The church, for the erection of which the late Board of First Fruits granted £900 as a gift, and £1200 as a loan, in 1817, is a very neat structure.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 140;  exterior illus in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 246.

Building: CO. WEXFORD, NEW ROSS, SCHOOL
Date: 1818
Nature: New school
Refs: Plan & elevation, dated Sep 1818, in collection of Church of Ireland Training College, Rathmines

Building: CO. TYRONE, UPPER GRANGE, QUAKER MEETING HOUSE
Date: 1818
Nature: New meeting house, next to earlier meeting house of 1756.
Refs: D.M. Butler, The Quaker Meeting Houses of Ireland (2004), 195-6

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARRICKFERGUS, CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS (CI)
Date: 1818
Nature: Windows repaired.
Refs: Samuel McSkimin, The history and antiquities of the county of the town of Carrickfergus, from the earliest records till 1839 : also a statistical survey of said county (New ed., 1909), 371

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CORREEN, SCHOOL
Date: 1818
Nature: School for 42 children founded 1818. Stone and lime. 26 x 16 ft, 7 ft high on side wall.
Refs: 6th Report of Commissioners of National Education in Ireland (1839), 146

Building: CO. ARMAGH, TYNAN, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1818
Nature: Plain rectangular building. Schoolhouse 'in course of erection' in chapel yard, 1838.
Refs: E.A. Williamson, 22 Jan 1838, in OS Memoirs, see Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 131

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILMACOW, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1818
Nature: 'the church is a neat edifice with a handosme spire, for rebuilding which the late Board [of First Fruits] lent £850, in 1818.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 166

Building: CO. LIMERICK, BALLYBROOD, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1818
Nature: Built by aid of a gift of £100 and a loan of £1500 from the…Board [of First Fruits]…' (Lewis); 'suitable offices built by the present [1826] incumbent, Rev. Geo. Madder' (Fitzgerald).
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 125; Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), I, 283

Building: CO. LOUTH, MULLARY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1818
Nature: Church and glebe house built 1818. (Glebe house similar to Darver glebe.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Armagh Clergy & Parishes (1911), 329;

Building: CO. TYRONE, CLOGHER, CATHEDRAL OF ST MACARTAN (CI)
Date: 1818
Nature: Remodelling 'in Grecian style', for Dean Richard Bagwell.
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Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland(1837), I, 344; JRSAI 16 (1883-84), 158;  Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979),191.

Building: CO. TYRONE, CLOGHER, CATHEDRAL OF ST MACARTAN (CI)
Date: 1818
Nature: Remodelling 'in Grecian style', for Dean Richard Bagwell.
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Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland(1837), I, 344; JRSAI 16 (1883-84), 158;  Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979),191.

Building: CO. DOWN, RATHFRILAND, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI, DRUMGATH PARISH)
Date: 1818
Nature: Rebuilding of church of 1733.
Refs: Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 187(illus.);  exterior also illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 198.


Building: CO. SLIGO, CASTLECONNOR, KILLANLEY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1818
Nature: New church on site grated by Edward Wingfield.  Consecrated, 3 Oct 1818.
Refs: Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 271 (illus.).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, COOLOCK, CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST (CI)
Date: 1818
Nature: Church 'partly rebuilt and enlarged, by aid of a loan of £500 from the late Board of First fruits, in 1818'. 
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 398;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 294. 


Building: CO. TIPPERARY, INISLONAGH (OR INNISLOUNAGH), CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI)
Date: 1818
Nature: 'The church, which was built by the present incumbent in 1818, by aid of a loan of £600 from the late Board of First Fruits, is on the site of the ancient abbey, part of which is incorporated in the present building; and the old churchyard remains.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 23.

Building: CO. LAOIS, AGHABOE (OR AGHAVOE), CHURCH OF ST CANICE (CI)
Date: 1818
Nature: New church built in 1818 on site of chancel of ancient parish church. Loanm of "£500 from Board of First Fruits.of

Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837),, I, 11;  J.B. Leslie, Ossory Clergy and Parishes (1933), 192.

Building: CO. CORK, INNISCARRA, CHURCH OF ST SENAN (CI)
Date: 1818
Nature: New church, built with gift of £1000 from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 19;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 365.

Building: CO. LEITRIM, CARRICK-ON-SHANNON, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1818
Nature: New glebe house. Cost £1,384, of which £92 6s 1¼d was gift of Board of First Fruits. Sold 1886 and replaced by Rectory (q.v.).
Refs: Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 287.

Building: CO. GALWAY, CLONTUSKERT, CHURCH OF ST MATTHEW (CI)
Date: 1818
Nature: 'The church, which is at Glenlahan, is a very neat building, with a spire of hewn stone;  it was erected in 181, by aid of a gift of£900 from the late Board of First Fruits.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 378;  exterior illus. in
Clergy of Killaloe, Kilfenora, Clonfert and Kilmacduagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2010), 223.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, ANTRIM, CHURCH (RC, OLD)
Date: 1818-1820
Nature: FS laid 19 Nov 1818; consecrated, 19 Jun 1820.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. ANTRIM, ANTRIM, CHURCH (RC, NEW)
Date: 1818-1820
Nature: Consecrated, 30 Oct 1870.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. LAOIS, ROSKELTON, CHURCH (CI, )
Date: 1818-1820
Nature: New church for district curacy in parish of Clonenagh. Half acre site granted by John Hawkesworth, Forest Lodge, 11 May 1818. Church built in 1820 aat cost of £1356, of which £461 was gift from Board of First Fruits and remainder a loan.
Refs: Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012),222(illus.),225.

Building: CO. CORK, MALLOW, CHURCH OF ST JAMES (CI)
Date: 1818-1824
Nature: New church. Board of First Fruits granted loan of £3,500, 1818; consecrated 1824. Cost £3,415. 'It is a handsome structure, in the later English style, with a tower and well-proportioned.' (Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 341; JCHAS (1925), 7;  Bill Power, 'A treasury of churches: North Cork churches of James Pain', Mallow Field Club Journal 22 (2004),82-84(illus.).

Building: CO. CORK, MALLOW, CHURCH OF ST JAMES (CI)
Date: 1818-1824
Nature: New church. Board of First Fruits granted loan of £3,500, 1818; consecrated 1824. Cost £3,415. 'It is a handsome structure, in the later English style, with a tower and well-proportioned.' (Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 341; JCHAS (1925), 7;  Bill Power, 'A treasury of churches: North Cork churches of James Pain', Mallow Field Club Journal 22 (2004),82-84(illus.).

Building: CO. WEXFORD, WEXFORD, TEMPERANCE ROW, CHURCH OF ST SELSKAR (CI)
Date: 1818-1826
Nature: Church rebuilt at cost of £1,384 British, of which £830.15s.4¾d was gift from Board of First Fruits. consecrated 9 Nov 1826. Tower formed part of ancient monastery of SS Peter & Paul.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 255

Building: CO. CORK, DRINAGH (DUNMANWAY), CHURCH (CI, OLD)
Date: 1818-19
Nature: 'The church is a small neat edifice, in the early English style, erected in 1818 by aid of a gift of £900 from the late Board of First Fruits.'(Lewis)  According to parish history, new church was capable of holding 120 persons gift of £830 15s. 41/2d towards building of same received from Board of First Fruits. (Demolished, 1896.)
 
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 497;  Church of Ireland: Fanlobbus Union of Parishes, http://fanlobbus.ie/Christ-Church-Drinagh.htm (last visited, Jan 2017).

Building: CO. CORK, BALTIMORE, CHURCH OF ST MATTHEW (CI, TULLAGH PARISH)
Date: 1818-19
Nature: New church built with loan of £600 from Board of Frist Fruits. Consercrated Sep 1819.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 650; JCHAS (1923), 34

Building: CO. WEXFORD, TAGHMON, CHURCH OF ST MUNNA (CI)
Date: 1818-19
Nature: New church on new site.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 241;  Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 472.

Building: CO. WEXFORD, TEMPLECOBIN, CHURCH OF ST PAUL (CI)
Date: 1818a
Nature: New church, consecrated and dedicated to St Busk, 6 May 1818. Built about 1806 or soon after by aid of of a gift of £800 from Board of First Fruits. (Dedication later changed.) (According to Lewis it was completed in 1817.)
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 243;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008),

Building: CO. CORK, BALTIMORE, GLEBE HOUSE (TULLAGH PARISH)
Date: 1818ca
Nature: 'The glebe-house was built about 1818, when £100 was given and £825 lent by the lat Board of First Fruits…' (Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 650

Building: CO. LOUTH, CASTLETOWN (DUNDALK), BRIDGE
Date: 1818ca
Nature: Presentment of £4,838 made at 1818 Spring Assizes to David Heney and William Brown to build bridge over Castletown river on road from Dundalk to Newry
Refs: Tempetst's Annual (1910

Building: CO. CAVAN, COOTEHILL, CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS (CI, DRUMGOON PARISH)
Date: 1818ca
Nature: 'The church...is a large and handsome structure with a tower and spire, rebuilt by aid of a loan of £3200, in 1817, from the late Board [of First Fruits].' (Lewis).  Mulliogan gives date of 1819 and Costegalde & Walker of 1818.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 516;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 287;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 241(illus.).

Building: CO. DOWN, LEITRIM, SCHOOL
Date: 1818p
Nature: Drumgooland vestry book records grant of £10 to assist in building a schoo-house at Leitrim, 1818
Refs: JRSAI 19 (1889), 323

Building: CO. DOWN, LOUGHBRICKLAND, CHURCH OF ST MELLAN (CI, AGHADERG PARISH)
Date: 1819
Nature: Tower and spire added to existing late seventeenth century church.
Refs: Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 161(illus.);  exterior of church also illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 196.

Building: CO. DOWN, SHEEPTOWN, CHURCH OF ST JOSEPH (RC)
Date: 1819
Nature: New church in parish of Saval, replacing one of 1803, dedicated 10 Oct 1819.
Refs: E. Campbell, Ecclesiastical Buildings in the Diocese of Dromore (1940), 13

Building: CO. CAVAN, MULLAGH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1819
Nature: New church built 1819 at expense of £1107 loaned by Board of First Fruits (Lewis).  'presumably the work of John Bowden' (Mulligan).
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 409;  JRSAI 78 (1948), 114-5;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 492, Pl.74;  also illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 240.

Building: CO. CORK, AGHADA, SCHOOL
Date: 1819
Nature: New school, built and endowed by John Roche of Aghada House.
Refs: Cork Almanack (1888)

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILMOGANNY, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1819
Nature: 'There is a glebe-house, for the erection of which the late Baord of Firs Fruits, in 1819, gave £450 and lent £50.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 180

Building: CO. ANTRIM, GLENAVY, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1819
Nature: 'The glebe-house, in the parish of Camlin, was built in 1819, on a site given by the Marquess of Hertford, at an expense of £1072, of which £500 was a loan and £300 a gift from the late Board of First Fruits.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 658

Building: CO. DONEGAL, CLONMANY, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1819
Nature: New glebe house 'built in 1819 by aid of a gift of £100 and a loan of 675 from the late Board of First Fruits' (Lewis). For Rev. John Dobbs.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survery Memoirs of Ireland 38 (Institute of Irish Studies, 1997), 2(illus.),4; Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 368

Building: CO. CARLOW, CLONEGAL, CHURCH OF ST FIACE (CI)
Date: 1819
Nature: New church. Loan of £1,300 Irish from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 138; illus. in http://www.rootsweb.com/~irlcar2/Clonegal_church.gif (2008);  exterior illus. in Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 437;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 344.

Building: CO. LIMERICK, TULLYBRACCA, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1819
Nature: New church; 'an elegant edifice in the later English style, with a lofty square tower crowned with pierced battlements and pinnacles: it cost £2500, of which £1200 was contributed in two grants from the late Board of First Fruits and the remaining £1300 was a donation from Lord Guillamore' (Lewis). Standish O'Grady, Chief Baron of the Exchequer (later Lord Guillamore spent £2000 on decoration (Fitzgerald).
Refs: Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), I, 319; Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 657

Building: CO. LEITRIM, MANORHAMILTON, COURT HOUSE
Date: 1819
Nature: New court house costing £2,400. Contained 3 prisoners' rooms, 1 court rooom, 2 'Petit Jury' and 1 'Grand Jury' room.
Refs: RIA, OS memoirs, Box 28 (Buildings of Ireland files)

Building: CO. LOUTH, DUNLEER, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1819
Nature: 'The glebe house was built by a gift of £100 and a loan of £1125 from the late Board of First Fruits…' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 584; J.B. Leslie, Armagh Clergy & Parishes (1911), ?

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, KILLESHER, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1819
Nature: Addition of transepts, chancel, tower and spire to church of 1791ca.
Refs: Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 301;  illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 244.

Building: CO. SLIGO, SKREEN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1819
Nature: 'The church is a neat building with a square tower, and was erected in 1819, near the ruins of the former [church], by aid of a loan of £1200 from the late Board of First Fruits.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 560; Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 272(illus.)



Building: CO. OFFALY, SHINRONE, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1819
Nature: 'The church, a handsome building, was erected in 1819, for which purpose the late Board of First Fruits granted a loan of £2,300.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 554;  exterior and interior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 397. 

Building: CO. KERRY, MILLTOWN, CHURCH (CI, KILCOLMAN, OR KILCOLEMAN, PARISH)
Date: 1819-1822
Nature: 'The church, at Milltown, is a neat edifice, with a lofty square tower, surmounted by octangular pinnacles;  it was erected in 1822, on a site presented by Sir Joh Godfrey, by aid of two loans of £900 and £100 from the late Board of First Fruits. The glebe house was erected about the same period, for which the Board granted £450 as a gift, and £50 as a loan; the glebe comprises eight acres.'  (Church closed, 1984.)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 63; J.B Leslie, ed. D.W.T. Crooks. Clergy of Limerick - Clergy of Ardfert and Agahadoe: biographical succession lists (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2015), 149(illus.).

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, AGHADRUMSEE, CHURCH OF ST MARK (CI)
Date: 1819-1824
Nature: Built as chapel-of-ease to Clones, 1819, Church tower inscr. 'To the Glory of God, 1820'. Consecrated 1824.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Clogher Clergy and Parishes (1929), 102(illus.);   illus. in  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 145;  illus. in Clergy of Clogher  (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2006), 14.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, DRUMNASOLE HOUSE
Date: 1819ca
Nature: New house for Francis Turnly.
Refs: G.N. Wright, Tours in Ireland (1823), ?; C.E.B. Brett, Historic Buildings…in the Glens of Antrim (UAHS, 1971), 22 (no. 27),26(illus.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, DRUMNASOLE, ERASMUS SMITH SCHOOL
Date: 1819ca
Nature: New 2-storey, 5-bay schoolhouse, surmounted by a belfry cupola, for 40 girls and 40 boys.. Built by Francis Turnly, of Drumnasole House.
Refs: C.E.B. Brett, Historic Buildings…in the Glens of Antrim (UAHS, 1971), 22(no. 28), 26(illus.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARRICKFERGUS, CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS (CI)
Date: 1820
Nature: Gallery erected.
Refs: Samuel McSkimin, The history and antiquities of the county of the town of Carrickfergus, from the earliest records till 1839 : also a statistical survey of said county (New ed., 1909),

Building: CO. DOWN, STRANGFORD, CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1820
Nature: New church erected 1820 on land given by Lord Henry Fitzgerald and built almost entirely at his expense. Ornamental crosses also given by Lord Henry in 1824.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. WATERFORD, WATERFORD, ABBEY ROAD (FERRYBANK), ABBEY CHURCH (CI, KILCULLIHEEN PARISH)
Date: 1820
Nature: 'The church was built by aid of a loan of £900, in 1820, from the late Board of First Fruits, and has recently been repaired by a grant of £300 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 77

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DUNDONALD, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1820
Nature: 'The glebe-house, a handsome residence, was sbuilt in 1820 by a gift of £300 and a loan of £500 from the late Board of First Fruits…'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 572

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CONNOR, CHURCH OF ST SAVIOUR (CI)
Date: 1820
Nature: New church, 'erected by aid of a gift, in 1815, from the…Board [of First Fruits]".. 'Probably no modern Gothic Church in Ireland dates before that built 1820 at Connor, Co. Antrim.' (APSD)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 394; APSD (B. of I.; incomplete ref.);  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 223.

Building: CO. DERRY, CLAUDY, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC, OLD)
Date: 1820
Nature: New cruciform church for 600 persons with Gothic windows opened 1820; 'indifferently built'. Cost £300.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 28, 7

Building: CO. KERRY, BALLYMACELLIGOTT, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1820
Nature: 'The church is a spacious and substantial building with an embattled tower crowned with pinnacles; it was erected on the site of the old parish church, by aid of a gift of £466 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1820.'
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 144

Building: CO. ANTRIM, ARMOY, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI)
Date: 1820
Nature: The church...was rebuilt in 1820, for which a loan of £415 was obtained from the late Board of First Fruits:  it is a neat plain edifice, and has been lately repaired by a grant of £128 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.'
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 76.

Building: CO. CAVAN, KNOCKBRIDE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1820
Nature: 'The church,, a small but very neat edifice in good repair, was built by a gift of £100 and a loan of £550 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1820.'(Lewis)  According to Costegalde & Walker, it was built in 1825 and enlarged ih1858 and 1870 by addition of transepts and vestry.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 239;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 240(illus.) 

Building: CO. KILDARE, RATHMORE, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1820
Nature: The glebe house was built by aid of a loan of £200 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1821...' (Lewis)
Refs: Unsigned, undated (early 19th cent.) floor plans for proposed extension to house in Representative Church Body Library, GH/8;  Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 504.

Building: CO. LEITRIM, DRUMSNA, CHURCH OF ST ANN (CI, ANNADUFF PARISH)
Date: 1820
Nature: 'The church is a neat edifice, in the later English style, with a square tower crowned  withe minarets, for the erection of which the late Board of first Fruits, in 1815, granted a loan of £1600.'(Lewis)  According to Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh, it was built in 1820 at a cost of ££1476.18s.5½d.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 28;  Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 242(illus.),243;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 251, which gives date as 1820.


Building: CO. SLIGO, EASKEY, CHURCH OF ST ANN (CI)
Date: 1820
Nature: New church replacing one of 1768p but incorporating tower of old church. Loan of £1349 from board of First Fruits.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 594; Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013),272(illus.).



Building: CO. SLIGO, KILMACSHALGAN, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1820
Nature: 'The church is a neat edifice with a square tower, for the erection of which the late Board [of First Fruits] lent £1300, in 1820.'
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II 167 ;  illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 272.

Building: CO. KERRY, BALLYNAHAGLIEH (TRALEE), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1820
Nature: Church of 1619 repaired with gift of £900 from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837) I, 156.

Building: CO. CARLOW, URGLIN (ALIAS RUTLAND), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1820
Nature: Rebuilding of church of 1669. Described by Lewis as 'a small neat building with a spire [not extant], erected in 1821 by aid of a loan of£700 from the late Board of First Fruits'.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 670;  Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 316-7(illus.).

Building: CO. CARLOW, HACKETSTOWN, CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST (CI)
Date: 1820
Nature: 'The church is a neat building, with a square embattled tower surmounted with pinnacles, which was erected and the church roofed anew, in 1820, by a gifrt of £600 and a loan of £500 from the late Board of First Fruits.;  it has recently been repaired by a grant of £559 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.'(Lewis)  According to Clergy of Leighlin cost of rebuioding was £1015, of which £553 was a gift of Board of First Fruits.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837) II, 1; Clergy of Cashel and Emly; Clergy of Leighlin (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 249(illus.), 250.

Building: CO. DERRY, DESERTMARTIN, CHURCH OF ST COMGALL (CI)
Date: 1820-21
Nature: New church with 4-bay nave, square tower and vestry room on N side. Cost: £950.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds. Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 31, 54; Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), Pt 1, 64(illus.); J.B. Leslie, Derry Clegy and Parishes (1937), 183; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 231; Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), Pt 1, 64(illus.)

Building: CO. KILDARE, BALLYMORE EUSTACE, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1820-22
Nature: New church built adjacent to old one; 'a plain building with an embattled tower surmounted with pinnacles, erected in 1820 by the late Board of First Fruits, at a cost of £900' (Lewis). Consecrated, 15 Sep 1822.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 152; John D’Alton, The History of the county of Dublin (1838), ? (George Henderson, 'Extracts from Glendalach Architects Reports, 1872', says church was built in 1810);  Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2001), 262;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 300. 

Building: CO. LOUTH, DUNDALK, RODEN PLACE, COUNTY GAOL (OLD)
Date: 1820-23ca
Nature: Additions and alterations.(Exchange/Town hall later built on site.)
Refs: 4th Report of Association for Improvement of Prison Discipline (1823), ?; Thomas Reid, Travels in Ireland in the year 1822 (1823), 231

Building: CO. DONEGAL, FALCARRAGH, CHURCH (CI, TULLAGHOBEGLEY PARISH)
Date: 1820;1840
Nature: New(?) church at Killult (replacing church of 1792?),consecrated 1820. Roof fell in 1834. Rebuilt 1840 (£619). (Rowan dates church to 1792, Leslie to 1820)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 650; J.B. Leslie, Raphoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 135; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 291; F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 178(illus.).

Building: CO. LIMERICK, ISLANMORE
Date: 1820a
Nature: House finished 1820.
Refs: 'The Estate Market', Country Life 121, 13 Jun 1957, 1235; Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 159.

Building: CO. WATERFORD, CAPPOQUIN, CHURCH OF ST ANNE (CI)
Date: 1820a
Nature: New church, 'a neat edifice with a spire' built as chapel of ease to Lismore church.(Lewis)  According to Costegalde & Walker it was consecrated in 1820.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 252;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 341. 



Building: CO. CAVAN, BALLYCONNELL, CHURCH (CI, TOMREGAN PARISH)
Date: 1820ca
Nature: 'The church, with its spire, built of stone, in the Gothic order, is a handsome building, and was finished about three years ago.' (Pigot)   According to Costegalde & Walker this was an enlargement of a church dating from 1756ca.
Refs: Pigot and Co.'s City of Dublin and Hibernian Provincial Directory (1824), 338;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013),  243(illus.)
 

Building: CO. CLARE, ENNIS, COUNTY GAOL
Date: 1820ca
Nature: New prison, built at cost of £16,000.
Refs: 4th Report of the Association for the Improvement of Prisons in Ireland (1822); survey plans by E.T. Owen, 1880, in NA, OPW drawings collection, old. ref. E.12.2

Building: CO. LIMERICK, CAHERCONLISH HOUSE
Date: 1820ca?
Nature: New house built 'a few years since' (Fitzgerald) by Maj. William William Wilson .
Refs: Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), I, 286; Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 239

Building: CO. CAVAN, LAVEY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1820ca?
Nature: New hall and tower church.  'The church, a very neat edifice, was erected by aid of a gift of £900 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1817.'(Lewis)   Costegalde & Walker give date as 1822 and amount of gict as £830.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), 247;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 537;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 241.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BUSHMILLS, CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST (CI, DUNLUCE PARISH)
Date: 1821
Nature: New church with 3-bay nave and projecting W tower; 'erected by aid of a gift of £900 and a loan of £300 from the…Board, in 1821, on the site of an ancient church, which was a ruin in 1625' (Lewis). Consecrated, 1821.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 585; Douglas Scott Richardson, Gothic Revival Architecture in Ireland (1983), 243; Clergy of Connor (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1993), 149;  C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of County Antrim (UAHS, 1996), 47(illus.);   exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 224.


Building: CO. ARMAGH, EGLISH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1821
Nature: Large handsome edifice with square tower with pinnacles. cost £2,000, partly by subscription, partly by loan of £1,000 from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 596;  illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 122.

Building: CO. CAVAN, CLIFFERNAGH, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1821
Nature: New church in Laragh parish, accommodating 500-600 people.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 41

Building: CO. CORK, DUNMANWAY, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI, FANLOBBUS PARISH)
Date: 1821
Nature: 'The church of Fanlobbus is a handsome edificel erected in 1821, at an expense of £1100, by aid of a loan from the late Board of First Fruits; and a square tower has recently been added to it.' (Lewis). Plaque on tower of church inscr. 'H. Cox 1821'. (Lewis says that late 'H. Cox, Esq.' built Manor House. DPJ says that church was erected by by 'Mr J.H. Cox'.)
Refs: Dublin Penny Journal 2 (1834), 262; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 586;  exterior illus.. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 366.

Building: CO. CORK, KILNAGROSS, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1821
Nature: 'The church, which was built in 1821, is a small plain edifice.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837),

Building: CO. CORK, TEMPLETRINE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1821
Nature: 'The church, a very neat edifice in the early English style, wityh a square tower, situated on the summit of a hill…was erected in 1821, at an expense of £900, a gift from the late Board of First Fruits.' (Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 616

Building: CO. CORK, TEMPLETRINE, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1821
Nature: '…the glebe house was built in 1821, on which occasion the late Board of First Fruits contributed a gift of £100 and a loan of £825…' (Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 616

Building: CO. KILKENNY, LISTERLIN, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1821
Nature: 'theglebe-house was erected in 1821 by aid of a gift of £300 and a loan of £500 from the late Board of First Fruits…'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837),II, 288

Building: CO. DERRY, COLERAINE, BERESFORD PLACE, IRISH SOCIETY SCHOOLS
Date: 1821
Nature: Rebuilding of schools founded in 1705. Schoolhouse consists of 2 large schoolrooms with apartments for male and female teachers. 90 x 50ft. Residence of John Claudius Beresford, Irish Society's agent, 'forms the other front of the house'.
Refs: A. Day, P. McWilliams & L. English, eds., Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 33, 57

Building: CO. GALWAY, LOUGHREA, COURT HOUSE
Date: 1821
Nature: '…erected in 1821'
Refs: I. Slater's National Commercial Directory of Ireland (1846).

Building: CO. WEXFORD, BANNOW, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1821
Nature: New glebe house for Rev. William Hickey, who contributed £164.6s.1d towards cost. Loan of £304.12s.3d and gift of £369.4s.7d. from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 130

Building: CO. LEITRIM, CLOON, CHURCH (CI, OLD)
Date: 1821
Nature: 'The church, a plain edifice in the Early English style, was erected by aid of a loan of £1,500 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1821; the former church had several portions of the old abbey incorpoated with it, but it has been entirely removed to make rook for the present structure.' (Parish church was replaced by 1871 by chapel of ease built 1852-3 at Farnaght in Lough Rynn demesne, and was subsequently demolished apart from tower.)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), 378

Building: CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, BEDFORD ROW, PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1821
Nature: New church 'built of cut stone, in the Gothic style, with iron balustrade and handsome entrance' (Lenihan)  Attribution to James and Reorge Richard Pain suggested by Lee & Jacobs, but no compelling stylistic evidence for this. (Later converted into Grand Central Cinema.)
Refs: Patrick Fitzgerald & John James McGregor, The history, topography, and antiquities, of the county and city of Limerick (Dublin, 1826-7), II, 565; M. Lenihan, Limerick; its history and antiquities (1866), 689;  David Lee & Debbie Jacobs, James Pain, architect (Limerick Civic Trust, 2005), 175.

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, KILFITHMONE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1821
Nature: 'The church was rebuilt in 1821, for which the late Board of First Fruits granted a loan of £500. The same board, in 1794, gave £100 towards the erection of the glebe house.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 94 (sub Kilfithmone);  exterior illus. in Clergy of Cashel and Emly (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012),  and in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 337.

Building: CO. ROSCOMMON, BOYLE, SCHOOL
Date: 1821
Nature:

New school house for Viscount Lorton built in1821 for £400.

Refs: NLI, reports on private collections, No. 105

Building: CO. LOUTH, BALLYMASCANLON, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1821
Nature: New cruciform church, possibly incorporating part of of earlier one.
Refs: Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 144;  exterior illus. in  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 125.

Building: CO. CAVAN, BALLINAGH, CHURCH (CI, BALLINTEMPLE PARISH)
Date: 1821
Nature: New church completed 1821, with aid of a loan of £1200 from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 117; illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 244.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, RATHFARNHAM, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1821
Nature: 'The church was enlarged and a tower and spire added to it, in 1821, being a loan from the Board of First Fruits...' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 497;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 294.

Building: CO. WICKLOW, DONOUGHMORE (BALTINGLASS), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1821
Nature: Tower added.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 482;  Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2001), 278;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 301.

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, CASTLEPOLLARD, CHURCH OF ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS (CI, RATHGRAFFE PARISH)
Date: 1821
Nature: 'The church is a handsome building, surmounted with a spire, in the Gothic style, and in excellent repair, having been rebuilt in 1821, at the cost of £2769, being a loan from the late Board of First Fruits, one third of which is repayable in annual instalments by the Earl of Longford and W.D. Pollard, Esq., the remainder by the united parishes...'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 499; exterior and interior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013),

Building: CO. KILDARE, KILL, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1821
Nature: 'The church is a very neat structure, with a square tower and lofty spire, built in 1821 by aid of aloan of £2000 from the late Board [of ~First Fruits], and recently repaired by a grant of £144 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners:  it has an organ, whih was given by the Earl of Mayo.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 117;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 324.


Building: CO. WESTMEATH, KILLUA CASTLE
Date: 1821-1826
Nature: Addition of large round tower, 1821, and another tower, 1823. Library tower, staircase tower, back door tower added and castellation completed, 1825-26. For Sir Thomas Chapmanl  'very probably to designs by James Shiel, whose coarse but not ineffective Gothic castle manner is documented in the additions of 1840 at Killeen, which Killua resembles' (Casey & Rowan).
Refs: MS notes by Lady Chapman, 1930s?, in possession of Eugene Sheridan, Killua (photocopy in IAA, RPD 141.10);  Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 212-3.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARGAN, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1821-1829
Nature: New church. Begun(?) 1821. Dedicated 29 Jun 1829.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. DOWN, BALLYWARD, CHURCH (CI, DRUMGOOLAND PARISH)
Date: 1821-22
Nature: New church on piece of ground granted by William Beers. FS laid 18 Jun 1821 . Consecrated 1822.
Refs: JRSAI 19 (1889), 323-4;  Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 189(illus.);  exterior also illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 198.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, GAOL SQUARE, COUNTY GAOL
Date: 1821-22
Nature: '…a considerable addition has been made to it during the last twelve months…the plan was originally bad, and no alteration can make it good' (Thomas Reid in Jun 1822).
Refs: Thomas Reid, Travels in Ireland in the year 1822 (1923), 165

Building: CO. CORK, BANDON, BRIDGE STREET, METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1821-22
Nature: New church with wooden Doric porch. FS laid 12 Apr 1821. Opened 1822. Date of 1821 inscribed on building.
Refs: Notes by Rory O'Donnell (B. of I.); A.J. O'Donoghue, History of Bandon (1970), ?

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, NEWTOWNBUTLER, CHURCH OF ST COMGALL (CI, GALLOON PARISH)
Date: 1821-22
Nature: New church built after previous one was accidentally burnt in 1819. Cruciform, incorporating tower built in 1814.(Formerly Drummully parish church; transferred to Galloon, 1823)
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Clogher Clergy and Parishes (1929), 202,274-5; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 437;  illus. in Clergy of Clogher  (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2006), 57, and Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 150.
 


Building: CO. ARMAGH, BALLYMOYER, CHURCH OF ST LUKE (CI)
Date: 1821-22
Nature: 'The present church, a large and handsome edifice with a lofty square tower, was built in 1822 by aid of a gift of £900 from the late Board of First Fruits.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 154.

Building: CO. DOWN, KILMOOD, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1821-22
Nature: New church with 120 ft spire, built with aid of grant of £900 from Board of First Fruits.  FS laid in 1820 by David Gordon of Florida Manor. Opened for worship, 1822. (Top of spire damaged in 1839 and 1909; subsequently reduced in height.)
Refs: Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 138(illus.);  C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of North County Down (UAHS, 2002), 42-43(illus.);  exterior also illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 193. 

Building: CO. SLIGO, SLIGO, MALL, CHURCH (CI, CALRY PARISH)
Date: 1821-23
Nature: New church built as chapel-of-ease to St John's parish.  Decision to build same made by Owen Wynne and other churchwardens, 1821. Stone quarried on site. Opened 1823. Consecrated 1824. Cost: £3000 (but Costegalde & Walker give cost as £5,246).Tower and spire added later.
Refs: Charles Tyndall, St John the Baptist, Sligo, ?;  William Gregory Wood Martin, History of Sligo, county and town, from the earliest ages to the close of the reign of Queen Elizabeth (to the present time) (Dublin, 1882-92), 318; Terence O'Rorke, History of Sligo (1889),318; Tadhg Kilgannon, Sligo and its surroundings (Sligo, 1926), 137;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 248 (illus.).

Building: CO. CORK, CORKBEG, WHITEGATE HOUSE?
Date: 1821-24;1824-1828
Nature: Farm offices built at Corkbeg 1821-24 for £1,472-1s-2d, and mansion house built at same 1824-28 for £7,585-19s-3d.( for member of the Penrose family?)
Refs: Account for building farm offices, 1821-4, and mansion, 1824-28, at Corkbeg in Cork City and County Archives, Penrose Fitzgerald estate papers, U 257;  also notebook containing notes of building expenditure, 1821-24 and 1824-28 in UCC Archives, Penrose Fitzgerald Estate papers, BL/EP/PF 4.

Building: CO. LEITRIM, GLENCAR, CHURCH (CI, KILLASNET PARISH)
Date: 1821ca?
Nature: New church;  'a neat plain building' (Lewis);  'constructed around 1821' (Costegalde & Walker).
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837),  II, 131;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013),  240.

Building: CO. GALWAY, MOUNT DELVIN, SCHOOL
Date: 1821p
Nature: Proposed school house.
Refs: Rough plan on paper watermarked 1821 in collection of Church of Ireland Training College, Rathmines

Building: CO. ARMAGH, TYNAN, CHURCH OF ST VINDIC (CI)
Date: 1822
Nature: Enlargement of church including transepts to give it a cruciform plan.
Refs: Slater's Irish Directory (1846)

Building: CO. CAVAN, NORTHLANDS (SHERCOCK)
Date: 1822
Nature: New 2 storey, 3-bay house with projecting porch 'in the plain English style of building' built by Very Rev. Samuel Adams, Dean of Cashel.
Refs: J.B. Burke, Visitation of Seats and Arms, 2nd ser. (1855), II, 93; Bebce Jones, 226

Building: CO. CLARE, MILTOWN MALBAY, BRIDGE
Date: 1822
Nature: New bridge.
Refs: Jonathan Binns, The Miseries and Beauties of Ireland (1837), 395

Building: CO. CORK, TEMPLETRINE, SCHOOL
Date: 1822
Nature: 'The parochial schools, near the church, consist of a centre, serving as a residence for the master, and two wings used as the schoolrooms, built in 1822 partly by a grant from the Lord Liutenant's fund and partly by the rector…'(Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 617

Building: CO. DONEGAL, CASTLEFINN, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1822
Nature: New church built at cost of £250 on site donated by a Protestant lady.
Refs: 'DAJ 1969, p.104'. (B of I)

Building: CO. DONEGAL, FAHAN, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1822
Nature: Erected 1822 by aid of a gift of £100.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I611

Building: CO. WEXFORD, BANNOW, CHURCH OF ST PAUL (CI)
Date: 1822
Nature: New church built 'from the exertions of Captain Boyce [Henry Samuel Hunt Boyse]'.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 124;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 433.

Building: CO. GALWAY, FORT EYRE (GALWAY)
Date: 1822
Nature: 'Spacious and handsome modern building' erected by Rev. Edward Eyre Maunsell. 'Attached to it is a square tower about seventy feet in height; an embattled screen thickly covered with the giant leaved ivy comp;letely masks the offices.'
Refs: J.B. Burke, Visitation of Seats and Arms (2nd ser., 1855), II, 32

Building: CO. MEATH, NOBBER, CHURCH (RC, OLD))
Date: 1822
Nature: New church to accommodate 600 persons. £100 from Viscount Gormanston, remainder from parish.
Refs: Rev. J. Brady, A Short history of the parishes of the diocese of Meath 1867-1944, 273

Building: CO. WICKLOW, PREBAN (AUGHRIM), SCHOOL
Date: 1822
Nature: New school built by George Coates, Esq. Cost: "210.3s.7½d. Builder: Hussey?
Refs: NA/PRO BR.WICK.19;  Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), 472.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, MALAHIDE, CHURCH ROAD, CHURCH OF ST ANDREW (CI)
Date: 1822
Nature: 'The church was erected in 1822 at an expense of £1300, of which £900 was a gift and £300 a loan from the from the late Board of First Fruits, and £100 a gift from Lord Talbot de Malahide;  it is a neat edifice, in the later English style, and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have recently granted £112 for its repair.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), 338;  ; exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 294.

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, BENOWN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1822
Nature: 'The church, a neat plain structure, was erected in 1822, by aid of a gift of £600 from the late Board of First Fruits in 1818.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 205.exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 313.

Building: CO. WATERFORD, ANNESTOWN, CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST (CI, DUNHILL PARISH)
Date: 1822
Nature: 'The church at Annestown was rebuilt in 1822, by aid of a gift of £900 from the late Board of First Fruits, and there is a chapel of ease at Guileagh.'(Lewis).  (According to Costegalde & Walker church 'was completed in 1856'?)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 582;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), i, 582. 

Building: CO. LAOIS, DONAGHMORE, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI)
Date: 1822
Nature: New church. Cost  £480, £460 of which was loan from Board of First Fruits and remainder raised by sale of materials from old church. Consecrated, 8 May 1823.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ossory Clergy and Parishes (1933), 239;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Ossory (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2013), 28.



Building: CO. TIPPERARY, LOCKEEN, CHURCH (CI)1822
Date: 1822
Nature: New church, dated to 1822 by Costegalde & Walker and described by Lewis as 'a neat modern edifice' erected by a gift of £300 from the Board of First Fruits.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 291; exterior  illus. in Clergy of Killaloe, Kilfenora, Clonfert and Kilmacduagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2010), 129;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 391.

Building: CO. DOWN, DECHOMET (BANBRIDGE), CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1822-1836
Nature: New church in parish of Drumgooland Lower, replacing one of 1803. Dedicated 2 Oct 1836. Illus. in http://www.lisburn.com/books/dromore-diocese/parish-drumgooland.html (2008)
Refs: E. Campbell, Ecclesiastical Buildings of the Diocese of Dromore (1940), 12

Building: CO. GALWAY, TUAM, CATHEDRAL OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1822-23
Nature: Payments amounting to £800 for repair and enlargement, 1822-23. Additional payment of £5 to 'Myles Higgins, for balance due him for repairing the slating', 1823.
Refs: RCB Library, 'An account of of all sums of money levied for building and repairing of churches...June 1824' (information from Frank Keohane).

Building: CO. KILDARE, MAYNOOTH, ST PATRICK'S COLLEGE
Date: 1822;1825;1827;1829-1833
Nature: Large payments for building work made (including part of enclosure wall, ball courts, second refectory and second chapel)
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, Maynooth documents, MS p125/1 (includes specification, 26 Apr 1822, for adds. to S wing of college including external entrance & 2 granite staircases)

Building: CO. CORK, CLOGHANE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1822?
Nature: New church, erected in 1822 (or 1828?) by gift of £830 from Board of First Fruits. In ruins by 1946.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 340 (gives date as 1828); R. Hayward, In the Kingdom of Kerry (1946), ? (gives date as 1822)

Building: CO. KERRY, AGLISH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1822ca
Nature: 'The church is a neat structure, with an octagon tower on a square base, and for its erection the late Board of First Fruits gave £600, in 1822. The glebe house was built about the same time, the Board having granted a gift of £337 and a loan of £142…' (Lewis). Roof coverd with iron (Lawson)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 21; J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 12

Building: CO. DONEGAL, CONVOY, CHURCH OF ST NINIAN (CI)
Date: 1822ca-1824ca
Nature: New church for newly created perpetual curacy on site granted by Robert Montgomery, jr., of Convoy House, 1822. Cost about £1,200.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 394; Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survery Memoirs of Ireland 39 (Institute of Irish Studies, 1997), 18; J.B. Leslie, Raphoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 54; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 213;  exterior illus. in F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 124, and Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 171.

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, NENAGH, BARRACKS
Date: 1823
Nature: Proposed new barrack for 4 officers and 72 privates. (The Barrack Department's architect in 1823 was Henry Brownrigg)
Refs: Drawing signed by John Todd, draftsman, Dublin Nov 1823, in National Archives (Kew) WO 55/838

Building: CO. DOWN, DUNDRUM, HARBOUR
Date: 1823
Nature: Elevations of proposed inn, lodging houses, store houses, Dundrum pier, in Downshire MSS. (By Samuel Harrison?)
Refs: Elevations, dated Sep 1823, in PRONI, Downshire MSS, D671/P5/1

Building: CO. KILKENNY, EIRKE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1823
Nature: '…a plain building, erected in 1823, towards which the late Board[of First Fruits] lent £650.' (Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 597

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, LETTERKEEN HOUSE (DRUMKEERAN)
Date: 1823
Nature: Built by the Rev. John Richardson, 1823. 'It is a well sized and comfortable , medium-built house, stands about 150 yards north east of Kesh bridge on a rising ground,…'
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 14: Parishes of Co. Fermanagh 1834-5 (1992), 65

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, DERRYLIN, CHURCH (CI, KINAWLEY PARISH)
Date: 1823
Nature: '…a neat structure built of cut stone quarried in the neighbourhood…the church has a lofty tower with pinnacles and is finished in a chaste stile of architecture. It is capable of holding from 3 to 400 people and was erected about the latter end of 1823 at the expense of the Board of First Fruits' (Lewis)  Replaced earlier church at Callowhill.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 4: Parishes of Co. Fermanagh 1834-5 (1990), 115; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 226;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 97, andClaude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 245.

Building: CO. LIMERICK, BALLYBROOD, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1823
Nature: 'The parish chur;ch, built…in 1807, was burnt by the Rockites in 1822'; and the present handsome edifice, in the early English style, with a tower surmounted with an octagonal spire, was erected in the following year'.(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 124-5

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, LANCASTERIAN FREE SCHOOL (PROPOSED)
Date: 1823
Nature: Proposed new school. Builders invited to submit 'Plans, Specifications & Proposals, for the erection of a School House, on the Lancasterian System, at the Lombard Barrack Premises' by 1 Sep 1823. Funds not forthcoming. Not executed?
Refs: Connaught Journal, 14 Aug 1823, 5 Jan 1824;

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, CUSTOM HOUSE
Date: 1823
Nature: Tenders invited by Commissioners of Customs 'for erecting certain Works on the Custom-House Concerns at Galway, agreeably to a Plan and Specification thereof, to be viewed in the Collector's office'.
Refs: Connaught Journal,1 Sep 1823

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, TYRRELLSPASS, SCHOOL
Date: 1823
Nature: Small schoolhouse on Green. Gift of Countess of Belvedere aided by parliamentary grant.
Refs: Plaque on building (information from Christine Casey, Buildings of Ireland files

Building: CO. MEATH, TARA, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1823
Nature: 'Michael Miles, Contractor of the new church' paid £147.9s.3d. (Old church had been re-thatched in or by 1820.) New church 'conspicuously sited on the hill of Tara' (Lewis).
Refs: RCB Library, 'An account of of all sums of money levied for building and repairing of churches...June 1824' (information from Frank Keohane);  Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 596.


Building: CO. KERRY, AGLISH, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1823
Nature: Built at cost of £536. (Sold when parish was united with Kilcoleman.)
Refs: James B. Leslie, Ardfert & Aghadoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 56.

Building: CO. SLIGO, ACHONRY (TOBERCURRY), CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST CRUMNATHY (CI)
Date: 1823
Nature: New church replacing mediaeval cathedral. Cost: £1500 including grant of £1066 from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 207(illus.),208.

Building: CO. KILDARE, FONTSTOWN, CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST (CI)
Date: 1823 or1827
Nature: 'The church is a very neat structure, with a tower and spire, in imitation of the later English style of architecture, built in 1823[sic], an an expense of £1400, of which £1200 was a gift from the late Board [of First Fruits].' (Lewis) Church consecrated 24 Jun 1827.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 632; Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2001), 286   exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 299. 

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CUSHENDALL, SCHOOL
Date: 1823a
Nature: 'Handsome' school house erected on site of rath (Court McMartin) by Francis Turnly, ante 1823.
Refs: G.N. Wright, Tours in Ireland (1823), ?; Dublin Penny Journal 2 (1833), 131; W. Hamilton, Letters concerning the North Coast of Co. Antrim (1839), ?

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CUSHENDALL, PRISON
Date: 1823A
Nature: Tall, square, tapering turret at crossroads, only a few feet in diameter, erected by Francis Turnly 'as a placeof confinement for idlers and rioters' (Wright).
Refs: G.N. Wright, Tours in Ireland (1823), ?; Dublin Penny Journal 2 (1833), 131

Building: CO. WICKLOW, TINNY PARK (OR TINNAPARK)
Date: 1823a
Nature: 'the seat of Mr Jessop, where a very excellent house has lately been erected bu much too near the road'.
Refs: G.N. Wright, Tours in Ireland (1823), ?.

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, MONEA, DEVENISH RECTORY
Date: 1823ca
Nature: '…a neat, square, stone bulding of 2-storeys and basement, erected about 12 years since by the last incumbent at the cost of £1000'.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 14: Parishes of Co. Fermanagh 1834-5 (1992), 53

Building: CO. ANTRIM, RANDALSTOWN, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1824
Nature: Addition of nave and other alts to church of 1784.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. DOWN, KIRCUBBIN, MARKET HOUSE
Date: 1824
Nature: Erected by Robert Ward, proprietor of the village.
Refs: Pigot and Co.'s City of Dublin and Hibernian Provincial Directory (1824),

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, PEMBROKE STREET, SAVINGS BANK (LATER SMALL LOAN FUND BANK)
Date: 1824
Nature: New bank; small elegant structure, adjacent to Commercial Buildings, with portico and pediment supported by 2 Ionic columns. Semicircular interior. Contractor: Thomas Deane. (Closed in 1842 when it became Small Loan Fund Bank.  In 1857 became post office. Demolished in 1900 when post office on Oliver Plunket St was extended into Pembroke St.)
Refs: NA/SPO CSORP 1824/9620 (IAA, Edward McParland files, Acc.2008/44); J. Windele, Historical and Descriptive Notices of the City of Cork (1849), ?;  DB 5, 15 Mar 1863, 49; JCHAS (1917), 181; photographs of entrance front and of survey plan of 1868 in NA, OPW drawings collection, old ref. E.4.4.;  information from Roger Herlihy, Cork, Oct 2011.

Building: CO. KILDARE, LEVITSTOWN, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1824
Nature: New church.
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, MS p1/2

Building: CO. KILKENNY, INISTIOGE, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1824
Nature: 'the church, a handsome structure in the early English style, harmonising with the tower of the ancient monastery, with which it is incorporated, was rebuilt in 1824 by a gift of £900 from the late Board of First Fruits and by subscription.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 18;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Ossory (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2013), 34;  exterior and interior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 342.

Building: CO. WEXFORD, MONAMOLIN, CHURCH OF ST MOLIING (CI)
Date: 1824
Nature: New church built. Cost: £1000. Petition for consecration of church dated 17 Oct 1828 (cf.  Preban church).
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 214; extrior illus. in  Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 462;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 344.

Building: CO. CARLOW, CLONEGAL, CHURCH OF ST BRIGID (RC)
Date: 1824
Nature: New church for Rev. Martin Doyle, PP.  Builder:  Hickey, Kilcarry.
Refs: John McEvoy, ed., The Churches of Kildare and Leighlin 2000 AD (Strasbourg: Editions du Signe, 2000), 28(illus.).

Building: CO. WICKLOW, BRAY, MAIN STREET, CHURCH OF THE HOLY REDEEMER (RC)
Date: 1824
Nature: New 'Great Chapel', 95 x 42 ft, enclosing older one. 3-bay Gothic front with crenellated tower in centre. Cost £1,838.  FS laid by Rev. Mr Doyle, 1824.
Refs: Clonliffe College archive, MS p131/3

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, MAGHERACLOONE, CHURCH OF ST MOLUA (CI)
Date: 1824
Nature: Church rebuilt on ancient site, 1824 (Leslie; but cf Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 331: 'The church is a neat modern structure, built in 1835, at an expense of £738. 9s. 2¾d., being a loan from the same Board [of First Fruits].')
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Clogher Clergy and Parishes  (1929), 222;  illus. in Clergy of Clogher  (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2006), 72, and Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 146.

Building: CO. LONGFORD, BALLYMAHON, CHURCH OF ST CATHERINE (CI, SHRULE PARISH)
Date: 1824
Nature: Enlargement of existing church (of circa 1800?). Cruciform, with tower and spire. Cost: £1052 6s 1¾d.
Refs: Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 303(illus.),304.

Building: CO. KERRY, BALLYMACELLIGOT (TRALEE), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1824
Nature: Church rebuilt on site of old parish church by gift of £500 and loan of £646 Irish from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: James B. Leslie, Ardfert & Aghadoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 65;  illus. in J.B Leslie, ed. D.W.T. Crooks. Clergy of Limerick - Clergy of Ardfert and Agahadoe: biographical succession lists (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2015), 136.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, RATHMINES ROAD LOWER, CHURCH OF SS MARY & PETER (RC)
Date: 1824-1830
Nature: New Gothic church on land purchased from Earl of Meath, 1824, for new parish of Rathmines. Cost: £5000. Consecrated by Archbishop Murray, 15 Aug 1830.
Refs: History of Rathmines Parish, http://www.rathminesparish.ie/about-us/parish-history (last visited, Feb 2013).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, RATHMINES ROAD LOWER, CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF REFUGE (RC)
Date: 1824-1830
Nature: New Gothic church for Canon William Stafford on site purchased from Earl of Meath, 1824.  FS laid by Lord Brabazon. Church dedicated by Archbishop Murray, 15 Aug 1830, while still only a shell. Replaced by Classical church designed by Patrick Byrne.
Refs: Engraving of front eleveation in IAA, Acc. 80/10.18 (repr. in Deirdre Kelly, Four Roads to Dublin: a history of Rathmines, Ranelagh and Leeson Street (Dublin: O'Brien Press, 1995), 187;  Brendan Grimes, Majestic Shrines and Graceful Sanctuaries: the church architecture of Patrick Byrne 1783-1864 (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2009), 105-107.

Building: CO. KILDARE, KILCULLEN, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1824;1836ca
Nature: New church consecrated 23 May 1824. Erected with aid of grant of £1000 from Board of First Fruits. Enlarged to 'render it cruciform' with grant of £238 from Ecclesiastical Commissioners c 1836 (but existing church has no N transept). Enlargement 'tentatively attributed to [Frederick] Darley[2] by O'Brien.
Refs: Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2001), 295; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 76;  Colm O'Brien,'The churches of Frederick Darley Jnr:  identification and attribution', Irish Architectural and Decorative Studies 16 (2013), 89;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 322. 


Building: CO. ANTRIM, ANTRIM, ANTRIM CASTLE
Date: 1824a
Nature: 'The gate house, leading from the town of Antrim to the Castle court has also been added by the present possessor [Thomas Henry Skeffington, Viscount Ferrard] and is remarkable for the sympathetic hinges on which the massive gates are opened and closed'. Tudor style.
Refs: J.P. Neale, Views of Seats (2nd series), II (VIII) (1825), no. 55; for description see also Irish Penny Journal, 17 Apr 1841, 329-30; J.B. Burke, Visitation of Seats and Arms, 2nd ser. II (1855), 70.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, ANTRIM, ANTRIM CASTLE
Date: 1824a.
Nature: Undergoing repairs, 1823 or 1824. For Thomas Henry Skeffington, Viscount Ferrard. 'The exterior towards the Court has been recently restored by the present possessor to the character of the period in which it was originally erected.' Demolished, 1970.)
Refs: Pigot and Co.'s City of Dublin and Hibernian Provincial Directory (1824), ?; J.P. Neale, Views of Seats (2nd series), II (VIII) (1825), no. 55; for description see also Irish Penny Journal, 17 Apr 1841, 329-30; J.B. Burke, Visitation of Seats and Arms, 2nd ser. II (1855), 70.

Building: CO. DOWN, DONAGHADEE, HIGH STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1824ca
Nature: Classical, with tetrastyle portico.
Refs: Pigot and Co.'s City of Dublin and Hibernian Provincial Directory (1824), ; Hugh Dixon, Kenneth Kenmuir , Jill Kennett, Historic Buildings…in Donaghadee and Portpatrick (UAHS, 1977), 13(illus.),16 (no. 10p)

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARDMORE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1825
Nature: Addition of vestry.
Refs: Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 169.

Building: CO. DOWN, BALLYMARTIN, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1825
Nature: Rebuilding of existing church.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. DOWN, CLANVARAGHAN, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1825
Nature: New church replacing one of 1785.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. DOWN, WARRENPOINT, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1825
Nature: New church, licensed for worship, 19 Jun 1825.  'The church, situated in the town, and about a mile distant from the mother church [Clonallon], is a small building in the early English style: it was erected in 1825 by Roger Hall, Esq., at an expense of £830.15.4½. British, being a gift from the late Board of First Fruits.' (Lewis) Inscr. over entrance: 'This chapel was endowed by the Rev. John Davis in 1825'. Halls and DPJ give date as 1827. Private gallery for Roger Hall erected in 1834.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 675; Dublin Penny Journal 3 (1834), 64; Mrs & Mrs S.C. Hall, Ireland (1841-3), III, 3;  Fred Rankin, ed.,  Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 242(illus.);  exterior also illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 197.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, CASTLE LANE, WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1825
Nature: Stone building, which cost £250. Plain, unceiled interior. Gothic windows.
Refs: RIA, OS memoirs, Box 18 (see Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 114.)

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, HIGH STREET, METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1825
Nature: Stone building, which cost £700. Repaired 1835. (Bassett gives date as 1826.)
Refs: RIA, OS memoirs, Box 18 (see Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 115.); George Henry Bassett, The Book of County Armagh (1888), 351

Building: CO. CORK, DONERAILE COURT
Date: 1825
Nature: Addition of curved, 9-bay conservatory to garden front. For 3rd Viscount Doneraile.
Refs: Anna-Maria Hajba, Houses of Cork I (2002), 144

Building: CO. CORK, RATHBARRY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1825
Nature: 'The church, a handsome and spacious structure in the later English style, with a square tower, was erected in 1825, at an expense of £1900, of which £900 was a gift from the late Board of First Fruits, and the remainder was defrayed by Lord Carbery; it is finely situated in the demesne of Castle Freke.'(Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 489; JCHAS (1922), 79

Building: CO. LIMERICK, RATHRONAN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1825
Nature: 'the church, a neat building, was erected in 1825, on the site of the old church, at the sole expense of the lady of Gen. Sir Wm. Meadows, who endowed it with the interest of £1800, payable at the death of a Mrs Meadows.'
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 508

Building: CO. LONGFORD, GRANARD, GLEBE HOUSE (1825)
Date: 1825
Nature: New glebe house built with gift of £100 and loan of £900 from Board of First Furits.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 669

Building: CO. DONEGAL, STRANORLAR, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1825
Nature: New gallery built with gift of £300 from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: J.B. Leslie. Raphoe Clergy and Parishes (Enniskillen, 1940), 124.

Building: CO. KERRY, KILGOBBIN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1825
Nature: 'The church, for the erection of which the late Board of First Fruits granted a loan of £850, is a handsome building, with a square tower surmounted with pinnacles.  There is aglebe house, for the erection of which the same Board  gave £250 and lent £550, in in 1820; the glebe comprises ten acres.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 99;  illus. in  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 391, J.B Leslie, ed. D.W.T. Crooks. Clergy of Limerick - Clergy of Ardfert and Agahadoe: biographical succession lists (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2015), 155, and J.A. Murphy, The Church of Ireland in Co. Kerry (2016), 123 .


Building: CO. TIPPERARY, BORRISNAFARNEY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1825
Nature: New church, dated to 1825 by Costegalde & Walker and escribed by Lewis as 'a neat modern building with a metal roof,  situatied contiguous to the Lughton demesne and erected under the patronage of T.R. Pepper, Esq., to whose memory it contains a handsome marble tablet'.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I. 233;  exterior illus. in   Clergy of Killaloe, Kilfenora, Clonfert and Kilmacduagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2010), 45, and in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 393.

Building: CO. DOWN, ARDQUIN, CHURCH (CI, KNOWN AS THE ABBACY)
Date: 1825-1827
Nature: New church with 3-bay nave and square tower.   Foundation stone laid in May 1825;  consecrated 19 Jan 1827.
Refs: Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 34(illus.).

Building: CO. WEXFORD, CLONMORE, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1825-1828
Nature: New church, 53 x 26 ft, on site granted by Mr & Mrs Henry Alcock of Kilgobbin, 25 Jul 1825. Church consecrated 1828.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 141

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BARLEY HILL, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1825-26
Nature: New church. Commenced 1825 and dedicated 8 Oct 1826.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. DONEGAL, PORTNOO, CHURCH OF ST CONAL (CI, INNISKEEL PARISH)
Date: 1825-28
Nature: New church, consecrated Jun 1828.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Raphoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 75; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 457; Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 147(illus.)

Building: CO. GALWAY, GORT, BARRACKS
Date: 1825;1839;1850
Nature: -
Refs: Plans in NA, OPW drawings collection, nos. 2341-2349

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, FATHER MATHEW QUAY, CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY (RC, CAPUCHIN)
Date: 1825?
Nature: Classical design for same. Competition entry?
Refs: Unsigned, undated ground plan in Allen Collection, Balymaloe, Co. Cork.

Building: CO. LIMERICK, RATHKEALE, CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY (CI)
Date: 1825?-1831
Nature: 'The church is a very handsome edifice, in the early English style, with a lofty square tower, embattled and crowned with crocketed pinnacles: it was erected in 1831, near the site of the former church, and is built of black marble raised  from a quarry on the river's bank near the town…'
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 500;  Adrian Hewson, ed., Inspiring Stones: a history of the Church of Ireland Dioceses of Limerick, Ardfert, Aghadoe, Killaloe, Kilfenora, Clonfert, Kilmacduagh & Emly (1995), 150-152(illus.), which gives date as 1825;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 388. 


Building: CO. ANTRIM, HANNAHSTOWN, GLEN ROAD, CHURCH OF ST TERESA (RC)
Date: 1826
Nature: New church for Rev. Charles Hendron. Consecrated 30 Sep 1827.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. CORK, AGHERN, BRIDGE
Date: 1826
Nature: 3-arched bridge built.
Refs: Richard J. Hodges, Cork and County Cork in the Twentieth Century (1911), 110

Building: CO. CORK, CASTLEHAVEN, GLEBE HOUSE (CASTLEHAVEN HOUSE)
Date: 1826
Nature: An 'elegant glebe-house, standing on a glebe of 15 acres' (Lewis). Main block of 4 bays and 2 storeys extended by lower range also of 4 bays and 2 storeys. Entrance in porch at end of house.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 297; Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 70

Building: CO. CORK, UNION HALL, CHURCH (CI, MYROSS PARISH)
Date: 1826
Nature: New church, built at cost of £830. (Lewis describes it as 'a very handsome cruciform edifice with a tower' erected on a new site in 1827, at a cost of £900, a gift from the late Board of First Fruits'.)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 416; JCHAS (1923), 32

Building: CO. KILDARE, BALLYSAX, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1826
Nature: 'The church, a neat edifice, with a square embattled tower crowned with pinnacles, was erected by aid of a loan from the late Board of First Fruitsl in 1826, and the Ecclesaiastical commissioners have ltely granted £249 for its repair.' (Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 164

Building: CO. KILDARE, MAYNOOTH, PRESENTATION CONVENT SCHOOLS
Date: 1826
Nature: Founded by Marquess of Kildare, 15 Jul 1826.
Refs: Clonliffe College Archive, MS p428

Building: CO. DOWN, DRUMBEG, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1826
Nature: '…the glebe-house was built in 1826, by a gift of £415 and a loan of £46 (British) from the late Board of First fruits, excl;usively of £450 expended by the incumbent in building and improvements'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 511

Building: CO. ARMAGH, PORTADOWN, CHURCH OF ST MARK (CI)
Date: 1826
Nature: New chapel-of-ease in parish of Drumcree, 'a handsome edifice in the early English style, with a tower at the east end'. (Originally dedicated to St Martin)..
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 514

Building: CO. DERRY, MUFF, TEMPLEMOYLE AGRICULTURAL SEMINARY
Date: 1826
Nature: New model agricultural school, built 1826 on plan of establishment founded by Philipp Emmanuel van Fellenberg (1771-1844) at Hofwyl, near Berne, Switzerland. Classical two storey, with frontage of 112 ft. 3-bay centre, with pedimented single bay advanced wings on each side. Erected in 6 or 7 weeksl 'greatly to the astonishment of the neighbouring peasantry' at cost of £2,400. Opened 1827.
Refs: Report on the Agricultural Seminary at Templemoyle, Established May 1827 (Derry, 1836); A. Day, P. McWilliams & L. English, eds., Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 36, 23,39-40(illus.)

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, DIAMOND, CORPORATION HALL
Date: 1826
Nature: Building of 1692 designed by Francis Neville largely rebuilt at cost of £5,500.
Refs: APSD, L, 134

Building: CO. DONEGAL, DUNKINEELY, CHURCH OF ST PETER (CI, KILLAGHTEE PARISH)
Date: 1826
Nature: Tower & hall type church with 2-bay nave 'erected in 1826, at a cost of £1000, granted by the late Board of First Fruits'(Lewis); 'tower of square coursed stone unusually elongated and breaking into very unorthodox corbels, battlements, and shafts above the belfry' (Rowan).
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 118; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 269;  F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999),  52(illus.);  exterior also illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 173.
 

Building: CO. CARLOW, MAYO, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1826
Nature: New church.  Attributed to T.A. Cobden by Kennedy.
Refs: Thomas P. Kennedy, 'Church Building', History of Irish Catholicism, Vol. 5 (1970), 30;  John McEvoy, ed., The Churches of Kildare and Leighlin 2000 AD (Strasbourg: Editions du Signe, 2000), 19(illus.)

Building: CO. LOUTH, ARDEE, CHURCH OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1826
Nature: Addition of aisle. Tenders invited by Churchwardens.
Refs: Drogheda Journal, 9 Aug 1826

Building: CO. WATERFORD, KILLEA, PIER
Date: 1826
Nature: New pier. 600 ft. long. Cost: £100,000.
Refs: JRSAI 42 (1912), 277.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CHURCH ROAD (FINGLAS), RECTORY
Date: 1826
Nature: 'The glebe-house was erected in 1826, by aid of a gift of £550 and a loan of £450. from the late Board of First Fruits.' (Lewis)
Refs: Unsigned and undated front elevation, plans and specification for 3-bay, 2-storey over basement house with label mouldings over front door and windows in Representative Church Body Library, GH/5;  Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 629.

Building: CO. LONGFORD, BALLYMACORMICK, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1826
Nature: 'The church, a neat bulding with a square tower, was erected in 1826, by a gift of £900 from the late Board of First Fruits'.(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837),  I, 145;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013),  25(illus.).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, SANDFORD ROAD (RANELAGH), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1826
Nature: 'The name of this place [Sandford] is derived from the cicumstance of Lord Mount-Sandford [Henry Sandford, 2nd Baron Mount Sandford] having, in 1826, erected and endowed an spiscopal chapel, under the provisions of an act  of 11th and 12th  of Geo. III. Though not possessed of any property in the neighbourhood, sympathising with a large population destitute of any place of worship for Protestants, his lordship liberally expended about £5000 in building a church, parsonage , and school-houses, besides securing an endowment of £50 per annum to the chaplain.  These buildingsoccupy a very interesting site;  the church is fitted up in a very chaste and simple style and is capable of accommodating 900 people...' (Lewis)   According to Costegalde & Walker the church was built 'thanks to the initiative of local banker and evangelist Robert Newenham'.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 544;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 296.  

Building: CO. CORK, SKIBBEREEN, CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1826-1832p;1841
Nature: New church, nearly completed, Dec 1832. For Dr Michael Collins, Bishop of Ross. Described by Lewis in 1837, as 'a spacious and handsome edifice in the Grecian style, erected in 1826, at an expense of £3000; the interior is fitted up with great taste, and the altar, which is ornamented with a painting of the Crucifixion, is very chaste'. New entrance proposed, 1841.
Refs: Cork Mercantile Chronicle, 12 Dec 1832; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 558; Cork Total Abstainer, 6 Mar 1841

Building: CO. CORK, DONERAILE, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1826-27
Nature: 'The chapel is a handsome and spacious edifice, erected by subscription in 1827; it consists of a nave lighted on each side by lofty windows and surmounted by a cupola...' (Lewis) FS laid 15 Jun 1826 by Lord Doneraile (who gave site and contributed £50).
Refs: Cork Mercantile Chronicle, ?15 Jun 1826; S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 478

Building: CO. DERRY, BALLYRASHANE, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1826-27
Nature: 'The church is a plain small edifice, in the later English style, erected by aid of a grant of £900 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1826.'(Lewis)  Consecrated, Apr 1827.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 162;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 216(illus.). 

Building: CO. DERRY, PORTSTEWART, MAIN STREET, BATHS
Date: 1826;1832
Nature: Erected by John Cromie. Enlarged, 1832.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 33, 3

Building: CO. WATERFORD, TALLOW, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1826;1899
Nature: FS of new church laid, Jul 1826. Restoration completed in summer of 1899, resulting in 'as beautiful and aristically finished a house of God as can be found in Ireland'.
Refs: P.M. Egan, History, guide and directory of county and city of Waterford [1894], 581;  IB 41, 1 Aug 1899, 93.

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, BELLEEK, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1826ca
Nature: 'The Glebe House stands about three-quarters of a mile west of the church and about 150 yards north of the road from Belleek to Pettigo. It was built about the year 1826 and is a comfortabe, compact dwelling.'
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 14: Parishes of Co. Fermanagh 1834-5 (1992), 4; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 143

Building: CO. ANTRIM, GLENSHESK, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1827
Nature: Erected by Rev. Hugh Maccartin , PP of Ramoan, on site given by Mrs Cuppage.
Refs: 'Benmore'[John Clarke], St Brigid's Abbey (1926), 37

Building: CO. ARMAGH, TAMNAMORE, NATIONAL SCHOOL
Date: 1827
Nature: 'neat slated schoolhouse' erected 1827.
Refs: Memoir by J. Cumming Innes, 12 Oct 1837, in Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 115

Building: CO. CORK, CREAGH CASTLE (DONERAILE)
Date: 1827
Nature: Battlemented Gothic entrance gates consisting of central arch flanked by two smaller ones. For Capt. William Brasier-Creagh.
Refs: Richard J. Hodges, Cork and County Cork in the Twentieth Century (1911), 105; Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 94; Anna-Maria Hajba, Houses of Cork I (2002), 132

Building: CO. CORK, SKIBBEREEN, CHURCH (CI, ABBEYSTREWRY PARISH)
Date: 1827
Nature: 'The parochial church of Abbeystrowry is situated in Bridgetown; it is a large edifice in the early English style, with a tower at the east end, erected in 1827, at an expense of £1200, towards which £900 was contributed by the late Board of First Fruits.' (Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 558;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 373.

Building: CO. DONEGAL, MALIN, CHURCH (CI, CLONCHA PARISH)
Date: 1827
Nature: New church, 'built in 1827, by aid of a loan of £200 from the late Board of First Fruits, and a gift of £100 each from Bishop Knox and Mr. Harvey of Malin Hall' (Lewis) FS laid by Mrs Harvey of Malin Hall, 27 Jul 1827.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 352; J.B. Leslie, Derry Clegy and Parishes (1937), 154-5;  F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999),117(illus.);  exterior also illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 173.
 

Building: CO. WEXFORD, ARDCOLM, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1827
Nature: Tower erected at cost of £138.9s (ie bellcote?  No sign of tower remains)
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 112;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 430.

Building: CO. WEXFORD, KILLEGNEY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1827
Nature: New church, consecrated 1 Oct 1827, built with loan of £830 from Board of First Fruits (cf. Clonmore, Clone, Preban). Spire added post 1834. New chancel, 1906. General restoration, 1912.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 183; exterior illus in Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 451;  exterior and interior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 347.

Building: CO. WEXFORD, TEMPLESHANBO, CHURCH OF ST COLMAN (CI)
Date: 1827
Nature: Church of 1815 rebuilt and enlarged on old site and cons. 22 Aug 1827. 74 x 26 ft.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 245;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008),

Building: CO. SLIGO, BALLYMOTE, METHODIST CHURCH
Date: 1827
Nature:

Built 1827 (Wood Martin gives date as 1829.) Land given by Lord Kirkwall.

Refs:

RIA, Ordnance Survey memoirs, Box 50;  William Gregory Wood Martin, History of Sligo, county and town, from the earliest ages to the close of the reign of Queen Elizabeth (to the present time) (Dublin, 1882-92), III, 149.


Building: CO. FERMANAGH, GARRISON, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1827
Nature: New chapel-of-ease in Devenish parish, replacing earlier church, erected with gift of £900 from Board of First Fruits. 2-bay nave with pinnacled tower at W end.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837)  I, 459;  J.B. Leslie, Clogher Clergy and Parishes  (1929), illus. in Clergy of Clogher  (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2006), 203.


Building: CO. ARMAGH, AGHALEE, CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY (CI)
Date: 1827
Nature: Replacement  of spire of church of 1667.

Refs: Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 163.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, TEMPLEPATRICK, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI)
Date: 1827
Nature: 'There was no church from the time of the Reformation till the year 1827, when the present church, a small edifice with a tower at the west end, was erected on an elevatiod site, and at expense of £830 British, a gift from the late Board of First Fruits.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837),  II, 613.;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 339.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, ISLANDMAGEE, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1827
Nature: Renovation of late 16th century church, including shortening and reroofing; ' a small edifice, rebuilt in 1827, on the foundations of an ancient and more extensive structure' (Lewis).
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 28;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 229(Illus.);  Larne Historic Church Trail,. http://www.causewaycoastandglens.com/portals/2/downloads/ChurchTrailBooklet.pdf  (last visited, Feb 2015).

Building: CO. WEXFORD, TEMPLETOWN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1827-28
Nature: New church, 40 x 20 ft, built on site of old church, consecrated 13 Jul 1828. (In ruins)
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 245

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1827/28
Nature: Large stone building, 63ft x 47ft 6in. cost £2,200. Interior handsomely fitted up with large gallery in front of which is a good clock; 'handsome lustre suspended from the centre of the ceiling'. Seats 1000. Bassett says church was opened in 1827.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 114-5; George Henry Bassett, The Book of County Armagh (1888), 349

Building: CO. WICKLOW, PREBAN (AUGHRIM), CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1827a
Nature: New church, 52 x 22 ft, built on new site granted by Earl Fitzwilliam for perpetual curacy formed circa 1824 'through the laborious exertions of Mr Geo. Coates'. Described as 'a handsome edifice in the Early English style with an embattled tower crowned with pinnacles' by Lewis.  Grant of £900 from Board of First Fruits. Consecrated 14 Oct 1827. (cf. Monamolin).
Refs: NA/PRO BR.Wick.19;  Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 472; J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 231;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 469.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, TANDRAGEE, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1828
Nature: 'plain rectangular building' 200 yards to the west of the lower end of Mill Street.
Refs: RIA, OS memoirs, Box 18 (see Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 3)

Building: CO. CARLOW, CARLOW, ST PATRICK'S COLLEGE
Date: 1828
Nature: Addition (N wing), costing £13,000 and providing room for 200 students.
Refs: J.P. Lawson, Gazetteer of Ireland (1842), 201-2

Building: CO. CAVAN, CROSSDUFF, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1828
Nature: New church built as chapel-of-ease in 1828.( Closed, 1979.)
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Clogher Clergy and Parishes (1929), 151; Clergy of Clogher  (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2006), 34(illus.) 

Building: CO. CORK, RATHCORMAC, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1828
Nature: 'The church, an ancient building was much enlarged and improved in 1828, by a loan of £250 from the late Board of First Fruits.'(Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 494

Building: CO. ARMAGH, DRUMCREE, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1828
Nature: 'A large and handsome glebe-house was erected by the Rev. C. Alexander, in 1828, aided by a gift of £100 from the late Board of First Fruits.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 514

Building: CO. DOWN, HOLYWOOD, CHURCH (RC, OLD)
Date: 1828
Nature: 'In the R.C. divisions the parish forms part of the union or district of Belfast, and has a chapel, which was built in 1828.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 6

Building: CO. DERRY, PORTSTEWART, MAIN STREET, HOTEL
Date: 1828
Nature: 'The hotel…is a good house with convenient accommodation and furnished with suitable office houses. It was built in 1828 by Mr [John] Cromie at an expense of 2,300 pounds, which sum comprehends 500 pounds for the purchase of a house which forms now part of the hotel, and was repaired and added to at the time.'
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 33, 3.

Building: CO. DONEGAL, GLENCOLUMBKILLE, CHURCH OF ST COLUMBA (CI)
Date: 1828
Nature: New church and glebe house built for £553.16s. and £738.8s respectively.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Raphoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 71; Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 141(illus.);  exterior also illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 171.

Building: CO. MONAGHAN, DRUM, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1828
Nature: 'A chapel of ease to Currin church was built by a grant of £830 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1828.'
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 510;  illus. in Clergy of Clogher  (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2006), 44.

Building: CO. WEXFORD, KILLINICK, CHURCH OF ST ENOCH (CI)
Date: 1828
Nature: New church, costing £1,119, built on old site and consecrated 18 May 1828. Described by Lewis as 'a plain modern structure with a square tower' which had been lately 'condemned as unsafe'. (Was tower removed at this point?)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 149;  J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 189;  photograph of exterior of existing church in Clergy of Waterford, Lismore and Ferns (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 453;  National Inventory of Architectural Heritage, http://www.buildingsofireland.ie/niah/search.jsp?type=record&county=WX&regno=15704789 (last visited, Dec 2016).


Building: CO. WESTMEATH, KILLUA CASTLE
Date: 1828
Nature: Gothic lodge and new approach, 1828. For Sir Thomas Chapman.
Refs: MS notes by Lady Chapman, 1930s?, in possession of Eugene Sheridan, Killua (photocopy in IAA, RPD 141.10)

Building: CO. DONEGAL, GARTAN, GLEBE HOUSE (OLD)
Date: 1828
Nature: New. Cost: £780.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Raphoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 68; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979),

Building: CO. DONEGAL, KILCAR, CHURCH OF ST CARTHAGH (CI)
Date: 1828
Nature: 'The church is a small handsome building, erected in 1828.' (Lewis) (Closed in 1960; now derelict.)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 58; F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999),  151 (illus.).

Building: CO. DONEGAL, RAMELTON, TULLYAUGHNISH GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1828
Nature: New glebe house & offices, for Rev. Dr Cornelius Henry Ussher. Cost: £6,000. 'It contains the best library in the county. The house is a stolid mass of building with good stables, garden and orchards, standing about 220 feet above the sea, in about 120 acres of ornamental grounds. Dr Ussher's inclome is 1,100 pounds and 4 glebes worth about 400 pounds more.' (OS Memoir)
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 38: Parishes of Co. Donegal I, 1833-5 (1997), 89; J.B. Leslie, Raphoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 138.

Building: CO. MAYO, CASTLEBAR, CHURCH STREET, CHRIST CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1828
Nature: Rebuilding of church of 1739.  'The church, a handsome structure in the later English style, with a lofty square embattled tower, was erected in 1828, by aid of a gift of £2000 from the late Board of First Fruits.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 289;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 266(illus.).
 

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, GAOL SQUARE, COUNTY GAOL
Date: 1828
Nature: Tenders invited for erecting wall round additional graound.
Refs: Newry Telegraph, 22 Feb 1828

Building: CO. ARMAGH, ARMAGH, TONTINE BUILDINGS
Date: 1828
Nature: Tenders invited for carrying out repairs and alterations.
Refs: Newry Commercial Telegraph, 15 Feb 1828

Building: CO. SLIGO, SLIGO, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1828
Nature: New chapel in domestic Gothic style with 3-bay, 2-storey facade and chimneys on gable;  illus. in Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006),  244.

Refs: Tadhg Kilgannon, Sligo and its surroundings (Sligo, 1926), 137.

Building: CO. LAOIS, MOUNTMELLICK, CHURCH OF ST PAUL (CI)
Date: 1828
Nature: 'Here is a chapel of ease to the parish of Rosenallis, a handsome edifice, lately repaired by a grant  of £110 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.'(Lewis)  (According to Costegalde & Walker it was built in 1828 at a cost of £1828.)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 395; Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 323(illus.).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, HOWTH, CHURCH STREET, ANCHORAGE
Date: 1828
Nature: New bugalow next to ruins of St Mary's Abbey for Benjamin Newcombe.
Refs: Irish Times (property section), 5 May 2011.

Building: CO. LEITRIM, DRUMKEERAN, CHURCH (CI, INNISMAGRATH PARISH)
Date: 1828-1830
Nature: 'The church is a neat building, erected by aid of a gift of £923 from the late Board [of First Fruits], in 1830, and recently repaired by a grant of £127 from the Ecclesiastical Commkissioners.'(Lewis).   According to Costagalede & Walker church was constructed in 1828 at a cost of £1,115.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 24;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013),  240(illus.).

Building: CO. LIMERICK, NEWCASTLE WEST, CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION (RC)
Date: 1828-1837
Nature: New church consisting of nave and transepts built by public subscription by Rev. Thomas Coll, P.P on site given by Earl of Devon, who also contributed towards the cost of the church. Still in progress in 1837. Estimated cost £5000.
Refs: Catholic Directory (1837), 429; Catholic Directory (1839), 296

Building: CO. SLIGO, MULLAGHMORE, HARBOUR
Date: 1828-1844
Nature: Further, mprovements by Lord Palmerston, including construction of S pier. £20,000. Sand planted with bent grass, pine and other young trees.
Refs: DB 6, 15 Sep 1864, 180;  Terence O'Rorke, History of Sligo (1889), II, ?;  Noel P. Wilkins, Alexander Nimmo, Master Engineer, 1783-1832: public works and civil surveys (Irish Academic Press, 2009), 342.

Building: CO. DOWN, KILLOUGH, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1828A
Nature: New church consecrated 1828.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, SULLIVAN'S QUAY, ST NESSAN'S CHRISTIAN BROTHERS SCHOOL
Date: 1828a
Nature: New 2-storey school building with classrooms on first floor and shops at ground level to provide income for school. Opened 1828.
Refs: Roger Herlihy, A Walk through the South Parish (Cork: Red Abbey Publications, 2010), 102-104(illus.).

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, TYRRELLSPASS, CHURCH OF ST SINAN (CI, CLONFAD PARISH)
Date: 1828a?
Nature: 'The church is a handsome edifice in the later English style, with a tower surmounted by a well-proportioned spire...the late Board of First Fruits lent £250 in 1828, and the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have recently granted £147 towards its repair.'(Lewis|)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 361;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 320.   

Building: CO. DONEGAL, DESERTEGNEY, SCHOOL
Date: 1829
Nature: 'five-bay, single-storey Tudor hut with label moulding, now a byre'.
Refs: Unsigned, undated plan & elevation on paper watermarked 1821 in collection of Church of Ireland Training College, Rathmines; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 231

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BROUGHSHANE, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (CI, RATHCAVAN PARISH)
Date: 1829
Nature: Adds. to church erected by Charles O'Neill of Shane's Castle,1765ca.
Refs: B.H. Blacker, 'Sketches of Irish Churches' in Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 13, no. 150, 22 Nov 1871, 232.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, DERRIAGHY (NEAR), CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1829
Nature: Church erected 1829 known as 'Rock Chapel' after nearby rock where mass was formerly celebrated. Still in use and recently redecorated in 1878.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. ARMAGH, MIDDLETOWN, COURT HOUSE
Date: 1829
Nature: New court house clock and cupola with market house below, erected by Trustees of Bishop Sterne's Charities.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 126,132; C.E.B. Brett, Court Houses and Market Houses of the Province of Ulster (UAHS, 1973), 41(illus.),42

Building: CO. CORK, INNISHANNON, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1829
Nature: 'built at an expense of £1500, in 1829, on a site of 2 acres presented by E. Hale Adderley, Esq.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 21

Building: CO. KILDARE, MONASTEREVIN, BRIDGE OVER GRAND CANAL
Date: 1829
Nature: 'an elegant cast-iron drawbridge over the canal'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 386

Building: CO. CORK, BALLYDEHOB, CHURCH OF ST MATTHIAS (CI)
Date: 1829
Nature: 'At Ballydehob is a very handsome church, in the later English style, erected in 1829 as a chapel of ease [in parish of Schull], at an expense of £600, a gift from the late Board of First Fruits' (Lewis)  (Chancel and western bays of nave added later.)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 561;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 364(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARRICKFERGUS, NORTH STREET, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1ST)
Date: 1829
Nature: New Classical church opened 8 Feb 1829, replacing T-paln church of 1724.
Refs: Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 174(illus.);
Sheela Speers, Under the Big Lamp(1989), 35(illus.), gives date of openeing as 1827.

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILKENNY, HIGH STREET, THOLSEL
Date: 1829
Nature: Small building at rear, including Mayor's offce, round, room, and closet ver it with spiral stairs connecting both. Bears plaque inscr. 'Posuit Anno Dom. 1829 Nat Alcock MD Praefectus'.
Refs: John Hogan, 'The Three Tholsels of Kilkenny', JRSAI 15 (1879-82), 236-252;

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, STRANMILLIS ROAD, FRIAR'S BUSH CEMETERY
Date: 1829
Nature: Entrance gate and lodge.
Refs: Belfast News Letter, 11 Aug 1829

Building: CO. DERRY, CASTLEDAWSON, CHRIST CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1829
Nature: Chapel of ease on Dawson estate (built 1760?) repaired at cost of £150 and reopened for service. Cost defrayed by George Robert Dawson.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 6, 47.

Building: CO. DERRY, CLAUDY, SESSIONS HOUSE & POLICE BARRACKS
Date: 1829
Nature: Plain single-storey building erected 1829 by John Browne, of Cumber House.
Refs: C.E.B. Brett, Court Houses and Market Houses of the Province of Ulster (UAHS, 1973), 84; Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 28, 7

Building: CO. GALWAY, LOUGHREA, CARMELITE CONVENT
Date: 1829
Nature: 'There is also a convent for nuns of the Carmelite order, founded about the year 1680, and removed to its present site in 1829, when the building, including a chapel, was erected, under the direction of the prior of the abbey at a cost of £5,000, defrayed from the funds of the nunnery.'
Refs: I. Slater's National Commercial Directory of Ireland (1846).

Building: CO. FERMANAGH, CHURCH HILL, BENMORE, GLEBE HOUSE (INISHMACSAINT PARISH)
Date: 1829
Nature: New 3-storey, 4-bay house with stone porch for Rev. H. Hamilton, 'a gentleman of profound erudition and very superior taste', who also built church.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, eds.Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 14: Parishes of Co. Fermanagh 1834-5 (1992), 74; J.B. Leslie, Clogher Clergy and Parishes (1929), 278; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 187.

Building: CO. DONEGAL, KILLYBEGS, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1829
Nature: 'The church, a neat small edifice, was built on rising ground to the east of the town in 1829, at an expense of £1000.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 158; F.W. Fawcett and D.W.T. Crooks, eds., Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), 154(illus.); exterior also illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 154.

Building: CO. LONGFORD, KILLASHEE, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1829
Nature: New church built by Fr. Richard O'Ferrall on site donated by canal company.
Refs: James MacNamee, History of the Diocese of Ardagh (1954), ?

Building: CO. LAOIS, BALLYFIN
Date: 1829
Nature: Design for 9 pane sash window, with curved upper sash.
Refs: Unsigned design inscr 'Office window with cut stone facings / at Ballyfinn 1829' in Victoria & Albert Museum, RIBA Drawings Collection, SD46/14, see British Architectural Library Catalogue, http://riba.sirsidynix.net.uk/uhtbin/cgisirsi/6l4DVU8NFC/MAIN_CAT/237720086/13 (last visited May 2009).

Building: CO. WEXFORD, GRANTSTOWN, CHURCH OF SS. MARY & AUGUSTINE (RC)
Date: 1829
Nature: New church on site of 1734 mass house. 4-bay hall.
Refs: Churches of the Diocese of Ferns (Booklink, 2004), 39(illus.)

Building: CO. WICKLOW, REDCROSS (AVOCA), CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY (CI)
Date: 1829
Nature: New church, licensed for Divine Service, 2 Jan 1830.  Consecrated, 1 Sep 1834. A 'small, neat edifice without tower or spire...on a spot which...was gratuitously presented by the Earl of Wicklow' (Lewis).
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 511;  Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2001), 321; exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 301.  

Building: CO. LONGFORD, AUGHNACLIFFE, CHURCH OF ST THOMAS (CI, PARISH OF COLUMBKILLE)
Date: 1829
Nature: 'The church  stands nearly in the centre of the parish, and is in good repair,and ornamented with minarets:  it was erected in 1829, by aid of a gift of £830 from the late Board of First Fruits.'(Lewis).
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 443;  illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 239.

Building: CO. SLIGO, BALLYSUMAGHAN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1829
Nature: 'The church is a neat building, erected about six years since on a site in the demesne of Castle Neynoe given by Col.Neynoe; the Ecclesiastical Commissioners have lately £181 for its repair.' (Lewis)  According to Costegalde &  Walker the church was built in 1829 fir £1,233, including a 'substantial gift' from Col. Neynoe.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 167;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 247 (illus.).  

Building: CO. LEITRIM, DRUMSHANBO, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI)
Date: 1829
Nature: 'The second church for the parish [Kiltogher] is in this village, and was erected by a loan of £1107.13. from, the late Board of First Fruits in 1829.  It is a gothic structure ornamented with a tower and pinnacles...'.(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 521.

Building: CO. LEITRIM, CARRICK-ON-SHANNON, CHURCH OF ST GEORGE (CI, KILTOGHART PARISH)
Date: 1829
Nature: Rebuilding of church of 1698:  ' a handsome structure with a spire and clock, which was given by C. Manners St George, Esq.:  this gentleman also presented, in 1837, a fine painting of the Nativity by [Carl Gustaf?] Plagemann'.(Lewis) (for complicated history of this painting, now in St George's Heritage and Visitor Centre, see Arthur Laird, 'The Nativity Painting', Leitrim Guardian, 2001, 67, http://www.leitrimguardian.ie (last visited, Mar 2017).   Cost £2,500; loan of £2000 from Board of First Fruits;
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 276;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 285(illus.),287;  exterior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 251 (which gives date of 1827 and cost of £2,500).

Building: CO. SLIGO, KILGLASS, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1829
Nature: 'The church is a neat bulding with a spire, erected in 1829 by aid of a gift of £900 from the late Board of First Fruits.' (Church closed, 1880.)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 98;  Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 22, no. 14, 15 May 1880, 284.

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, KILCOOLEY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1829
Nature: New church built in 1829 with grant from Board of First Fruits. Replaced church of 1791.
Refs: Clergy of Cashel and Emly (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012), 69(illus.)70;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 337(illus.).

Building: CO. WATERFORD, KILMACTHOMAS, CHURCH (CI, ROSSMIRE PARISH)
Date: 1829
Nature: 'The church is a modern structure, towards tehe erection of which the late Board of First Fruits granted a loan of £750 in 1831...' (Lewis).  According to Costegalde & Walker church was built in 1829.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 538;  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 341.

Building: CO. OFFALY, BANAGHER, CHURCH (CI, RYNAGH PARISH)
Date: 1829
Nature: 'At the entrance to the town is the parish church, a handsome edifice in the anceint English style of architecture, with a tower and spire, built in 1829 at an expense of £2286, of which £2030 was granted on loan by the late Board of First Fruits.'(Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 175;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Killaloe, Kilfenora, Clonfert and Kilmacduagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2010), 248.  

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, KILLOSCULLY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1829
Nature: 'The church, a neat edifice, for the erection of which the late Board of First Fruits gave £900, and to which Lord Bloomfield also contributed, was built in 1829, near the Keeper mountain.'(Lewis) (Church demolished, 1858, and replaced.)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 153.

Building: CO. DERRY, COLERAINE, FERRYQUAY STREET, POOR HOUSE & MENDICITY INSTITUTION
Date: 1829-1830
Nature: Rebuilt 1929 by Marquess of Waterford. Opened 1830. 2 storeys, 73 x 22ft , with projection at rear 18x16ft.
Refs: A. Day, P. McWilliams & L. English, eds., Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 33, 57

Building: CO. ANTRIM, DERRYKEIGHAN (DERVOCK), CHURCH OF ST COLMAN (CI)
Date: 1829-1831
Nature: New church.  'The original church was a very small and incommodious building;  but in 1831[sic] G. Macartney, Esq., [of Lissanoure] gave an Irish acre of land, which he enclosed with a stone wall, Close to the town of Dervock, as a site for the erection of a new church, towards the building of which he contributed also £150;  a sum was raised by subscription in the neighbourhood, and the late Board of First Fruits granted a loan of £600.and with these sums the present church was completed.  It is a spacious and handsome structure in the later English style of architecture, woth a lofty square embattled tower, crowned with pinnacles;  being too small for the congregation it is about to be enlarged by the addition of transepts...'.  FS laid, 1829;  consecrated 9 Sep 1831.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 453-4;  C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of County Antrim (UAHS, 1996), 50(illus.);   Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 222.

Building: CO. ARMAGH, DERRYMACASH, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC, SEAGOE PARISH)
Date: 1829-1832
Nature: New church. (Marble decoration of interior, 1913-1915.)
Refs: E. Campbell, Ecclesiastical Buildings in the Diocese of Dromore (1940), 13

Building: CO. ARMAGH, LURGAN, NORTH STREET, CHURCH OF ST PETER (RC, SHANKILL PARISH)
Date: 1829-1833
Nature: New church, dedicated 1 Sep 1833 on site presented by Lord Lurgan. Cost £1,500. Decorated with 'minarets'. Gothic windows. Large and 'handsomely finished' gallery. Interior unfinished in 1837.
Refs: RIA, Ordnance survey memoirs, Box 18 (see Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 1: Parishes of Co. Armagh, 1835-9, 114); E. Campbell, Ecclesiastical Buildings in the Diocese of Dromore (1940), ?

Building: CO. KILDARE, CLANE, VICARAGE (OLD)
Date: 1829-1839
Nature: New vicarage.
Refs: [William Sherlock, ed.], Church of St Michael and All Angels, Clane (Dublin, 1894), 10

Building: CO. KILKENNY, CASTLECOMER, COLLIERY CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1829a
Nature: New chapel of ease in Castlecomer church for use of miners. Site granted by Countess of Ormonde in 1806. Consecrated 10 Oct 1829. For Rev. Henry Richard Dawson, rector of Castlecomer.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ossory Clergy and Parishes (1933), 226;   Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 341(illus.).

Building: CO. DOWN, KILLINCHY, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1830
Nature: New church consecrated by Bishop Richard Mant, 14 Oct 1830.
Refs: Fred Rankin, ed., Clergy of Down and Dromore (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1996), 132.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARRICKFERGUS, CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS (CI)
Date: 1830
Nature: N transept restored by Marquess of Donegall.
Refs: JRSAI 35 (1905), 317

Building: CO. ANTRIM, HOLESTONE HOUSE (DOAGH)
Date: 1830
Nature: 2-storey, 5-bay classical house in Scottish sandstone with two bow windows in centre of deer park created by Marquess of Donegall in mid-18th century.
Refs: R.M. Young, Belfast and the Province of Ulster (1909), 230; W.D. Girvan & A. Rowan, Historic Buildings…in West Antrim (UAHS, 1970), 20 (no. 52)

Building: CO. DOWN, BRYANSFORD, CHURCH (RC, OLD)
Date: 1830
Nature: Rebuilding by Rev. J. O'Heggarty of church erected 1760 by Rev. Robert Taylor.
Refs: James O’Laverty, An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient and Modern (1878), ?

Building: CO. CORK, DURRUS, CHURCH OF ST JAMES (CI)
Date: 1830
Nature: Tower of church of 1792 'considerably raised and embattled in 1830'.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 591

Building: CO. CORK, KILCOE (SKIBBEREEN), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1830
Nature: Church built 1830. Described by Lewis as small.
Refs: JCHAS (1923), 30

Building: CO. CORK, LISLEE, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1830
Nature: 'The church is a neat edifice in the early English style, with a square tower, erected in 1830 at the expense of the parish, aided by a loan of £900 from the Board.'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 282; JCHAS (1922), 76

Building: CO. CORK, YOUGHAL, GASWORKS
Date: 1830
Nature: 'The gas-works, on the strand adjoining the northern entrance to the town, were built in 1830 under the provisions of the act of the 9th of Geo. IV.'(Lewis)
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 726

Building: CO. KILDARE, BLANCHVILLE
Date: 1830
Nature: Built 1830 for Lt Gen Sir James Kearney.
Refs: J.B. Burke, Visitation of Seats and Arms (2nd ser., 1855), II, 95

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILMOGANNY, CHURCH OF ST MATTHEW (CI)
Date: 1830
Nature: 'the church, which is a handsome structure, was built in 1830 by a loan of £730 from the…Board [of First Fruits].'
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 180;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Ossory (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2013), 44. 

Building: CO. DERRY, AGHADOWEY, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1830
Nature: 5-bay gabled hall; '…a large spacious building of dark stone with a handsome gate…built in the year 1830 by an architect from Garvagh' (OS Memoir)
Refs: A. Day & P. McWilliams, eds., Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 22, 5; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 105

Building: CO. DERRY, CASTLEDAWSON, GRAIN MARKET
Date: 1830
Nature: New grain market, consisting of walled market place with 2-storey storage range on 1 side. £300, raised in shares of £20, of which 5 were taken by George Robert Dawson, the landlord.
Refs: Angélique Day & Patrick McWilliams, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 6, 89

Building: CO. WEXFORD, GLENDINE HOUSE (ARTHURSTOWN)
Date: 1830
Nature: Built as dower house for Dunbrody Park.
Refs: David Rowe & Eithne Scallan, Houses of Wexford (Ballinakella Press, 2004), no. 497(illus.)

Building: CO. WESTMEATH, TAGHMON, CHURCH (RC, OLD)
Date: 1830
Nature: New church built on site of predecessor, 1830. Parochial house added to it, 1844.
Refs: Rev. J. Brady, A short history of the parishes of the diocese of Meath, 1867-1944, 390;  Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 453.


Building: KEVIN V. MULLIGAN,
Date: 1830
Nature: Enlargement and remodelling.  'The church, a neat edifice near the castle, was rebuilt in 1830, at an expense of £1787, of which £1035 was defrayed by the incumbent [Rev. Samuel Blacker], £200 by the Earl of Gosford, £100 by the Lord-Primate, £32 by public subscription, and £400 by parochial assessment.' (Lewis).  (Blacker also paid for 'handsome' glebe house erected in 1829.) John Bowden suggested as architect by Mulligan.
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 410;  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 446;  illus.in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 129.


Building: CO. SLIGO, TUBBERCURRY, CHURCH OF ST GEORGE (CI)
Date: 1830
Nature: New chapel of ease. 'The chapel is a neat building with an octagonal tower, erected in 1830 by aid of a gift of £900 from the late Board of First Fruits:  it is built of limestone (procured in a local quarry in the parish) in th Gothic style, and stands on a commanding eminence.' (Lewis)
Refs: Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 648;  exterior illus. in Clergy of Tuam, Killala and Achonry (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 252, and in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 273. 

Building: CO. WEXFORD, BALLYHUSKARD, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1830-1832
Nature: New church on site granted by Arthur Annesley of Bletchington Park, Oxford, on 7 Jun 1830. Church, measuring 53 x 23 ft, consecrated 9 Sep 1832. Loan of £900 from Board of First Fruits.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Ferns Clergy and Parishes (1936), 118

Building: CO. DOWN, BARR, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1830-1835
Nature: New church in Deraghmore parish begun 1830 and dedicated 21 Jun 1835.
Refs: E. Campbell, Ecclesiastical Buildings of the Diocese of Dromore (1940), 10

Building: CO. GALWAY, OUGHTERARD, CHURCH (RC)
Date: 1830-1837
Nature: New church first opened 'in a temporary way' 25 Dec 1830. Consecrated 24 Aug 1837. Cost £3000; 'justly considered one of the handsomest places of worship in Ireland'
Refs: Catholic Directory (1840), 312-3

Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, CHURCH OF ST PATRICK (RC)
Date: 1830-1842
Nature: New church. foundation stone laid 1830. Damaged by storm, 1839. Opened 1842. For Father B.J. Roche.
Refs: The Mantle 6 (1903), 15

Building: CO. DONEGAL, ROSSKNOWLAGH, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1830-31
Nature: New church, consecrated 21 Sep 1831.
Refs: J.B. Leslie, Raphoe Clergy and Parishes (1940), 65; Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North West Ulster (1979), 479; Clergy of Derry & Raphoe (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999), Pt. 1, 173(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CULFEIGHTRIN, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1830-31
Nature: 'The church, a neat edifice, in the later English style, was erected in 1830, on the site of the ancient structure, by a loan of £600 from the late Board of First Fruits.'(Lewis)   Consecrated 1831.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 441; Clergy of Connor (Ulster Historical Foundation, 1993), 136

Building: CO. ANTRIM, MAGHERAGALL (LISBURN), CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1830-31
Nature: New church, begun Jun 1830 and consecrated by Bishop Mant 2 Jun 1831. Cost £1000.
Refs: http://www.magheragall.connor.anglican.org/History.html (2008);  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013),  227 (illus.).

Building: CO. DERRY, COLERAINE, STRAND ROAD, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (CI, KILLOWEN PARISH)
Date: 1830a;1834
Nature: New church. 3-bay hall with Gothic windows. Subscriptions opened 1826. Completed Jun 1830. Cost £988. New gallery and S aisle proposed, 1834; arch opened in S wall to allow for new aisle.
Refs: A. Day, P. McWilliams & L. English, eds., Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol. 33, 159

Building: CO. GALWAY, PORTUMNA, CHRIST CHURCH (CI, LICKMOLASSY PARISH)
Date: 1830ca
Nature: New church.  Consecrated 9 Sep 1882  after being used for divine service for nearly 52 years but ‘by some
oversight not legally set apart for that purpose until now’ (Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette)
Refs: Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette  24, no. 143, 23 Sep 1882, 660exterior illus. in Clergy of Killaloe, Kilfenora, Clonfert and Kilmacduagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2010), 242.

Building: CO. CAVAN, BALLYMACHUGH, CHURCHOF ST PAUL (CI)
Date: 1830s
Nature: Addition of N aisle, funded by Maxwell family.
Refs: Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013) 243(illus.), who give date of 'around 1837), while Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 144, describes church as 'recently enlarged'.

Building: CO. KILKENNY, PILTOWN, MARKET HOUSE
Date: 1830s?
Nature: 2-storey, 3-bay building with arcaded ground floor, square-headed windows with label mouldings above and semi-circular stairwell at rear. 'A patent for a market has been obtained, but it is not yet established; a handsome building, erected at the expense of the [3rd] Earl of Besborough and intended for the market house, is appropriated to the use of the R.C. day-school, the Protestant Sunday-school., and all public meetings: it is also used for performing the evening church service.' (Lewis) Derelict by 1926.
Refs: Survey plan and elevation, 1926, in NA, OPW drawings collection, old ref. D.3.8; Samuel Lewis, A Topographical dictionary of Ireland (1837), II, 461

Building: CO. LEITRIM, DROMOD, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1830s?
Nature: Chapel of ease in Annaduff parish, built at expense of Francis Nisbett of Derrycarn.
Refs: Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh (Ulster Historical Foundation, 2008), 243

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PIGEON HOUSE ROAD, REVENUE HOUSE
Date: 1831
Nature: Proposed Revenue House and 'Dead House' (mortuary?).
Refs: Plans and sections, dated 1831, with authorizing signature of 'Pat D. Caldey/Capt & Major Comg. R Engr./Leinster District/1 June 1835' in National Archives (Kew), WO 55/836

Building: CO. LAOIS, PORTLAOISE, BARRACKS
Date: 1831
Nature: New barracks (as built).
Refs: Plan, sections and elevation of 'Proposed Barrack at Maryborough' , with authorizing signature of Major General Robert Pilkington, Dublin, 21 Apr 1831, in National Archives WO 55/839

Building: CO. ANTRIM, CARRICKFERGUS, CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS (CI)
Date: 1831
Nature: Pillars at front erected.
Refs: Samuel McSkimin, The history and antiquities of the county of the town of Carrickfergus, from the earliest records till 1839 : also a statistical survey of said county (New ed., 1909), 371

Building: CO. ANTRIM, TAMLAGHTMORE, CHURCH OF