Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Overseer of the water works for the north side of Dublin, in the opening years of the nineteenth century. He was dying in April 1812 when WILSON TOMEY  WILSON TOMEY was appointed his successor. Tomey's salary of £120 per annum was raised to £150 after Homan's death, so that an annuity of £30 could be deducted from it for Homan's widow, Nicolina.(1)



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(1) CARD XVI, 319,344.