Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Sculptor and marble cutter, of 11 Cook Street, Cork, listed as such in the Cork Mecantile Directorym for 1863.   Daly executed the monument to the patriot and poet Edward Walsh in St Joseph's cemetery, Cork, which was erected in 1858,(1) and the high altar in St Mary's church, Buttevant, erected in or shortly before 1876.(2)  See also DALY & SON.



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(1)   Cork Examiner, 13 Oct 1858 (information from Roger Herlihy, Cork, Mar 2011).
(2) MS synopsis of Buttevant parochial records and accounts, 1829-1886, by Rev. Cornelius Buckley (information from Mgr James O'Brien, Buttevant, who has photocopy of same, Aug 2010);  James O'Brien, St Mary's Church, Buttevant, Co. Cork: notes on its building history 1828-1886 (2011) (Copy in IAA)45-47.


2 work entries listed in chronological order for DALY, SAMUEL [2]*


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Building: CO. CORK, CORK, ST JOSEPH'S CEMETERY, EDWARD WALSH MONUMENT
Date: 1858
Nature: Monument in form of Celtic cross executed by 'Mr Daly' of Cook St, Cork.
Refs: Cork Examiner, 13 Oct 1858 (information from Roger Herlihy, Cork, Mar 2011).

Building: CO. CORK, BUTTEVANT, CHURCH OF ST MARY (RC)
Date: 1876a
Nature: High altar executed by Samuel Daly, Cork. Cost of £200 discharged on 12 Apr 1876
Refs: MS synopsis of Buttevant parochial records and accounts, 1829-1886, by Rev. Cornelius Buckley (information from Mgr James O'Brien, Buttevant, who has photocopy of same, Aug 2010);  James O'Brien, St Mary's Church, Buttevant, Co. Cork: notes on its building history 1828-1886 (2011) (Copy in IAA), 35-47