Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, who was asked by the Grand Jury of Co. Meath in the summer of 1820 to prepare plans and estimates for a gaol in Kells.(1) Nothing seems to have come of this; some years later JOHN HARGRAVE  JOHN HARGRAVE designed bridewells for both Kells and Navan.(2)



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(1) Co. Meath Grand Jury Presentments, Summer 1920 (B of I).
(2) Co. Meath Grand Jury Presnetments, Summer 1831 (B of I).


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Building: CO. MEATH, KELLS, GAOL (PROPOSED)
Date: 1820
Nature: AM asked to prepare plans and estimates for same. Not executed)
Refs: Co. Meath Grand Jury Presentments, Summer 1820 (B of I)