Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Stuccadore and contractor, of Co. Wexford.  According to Thomas Lacy, Sights and Scenes in our Fatherland (1863).Patrick Connor was the contractor for rebuilding the Franciscan church in Wexford Town in the 1820s.   He was also a 'worker in rich and ornamental stucco' and had executed decorative stucco work at Johnstown Castle, Co. Wexford.(1)

It seems likely that Connor was related to the Patrick O'Connor who was contractor for the bell tower of the Wexrford Franciscan church during the 1850s and at around the same time built the church of the Immaculate Conception at Camolin, Co. Wexford (qq.v.).

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(1) Thomas Lacy, Sights and Scenes in our Fatherland (London, 1863), 422-3 (information from Rolf Loeber, Feb 2012).


2 work entries listed in chronological order for CONNOR, PATRICK *


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Building: CO. WEXFORD, WEXFORD, SCHOOL STREET, CHURCH OF SS. JOHN & BRIDGET (RC, FRANCISCAN)
Date: 1830s
Nature: PC contractor for rebuilding of same.
Refs: Thomas Lacey, Sights and Scenes in our Fatherland (London, 1863), 422-3 (information from Rolf Loeber, Feb 2012).
 

Building: CO. WEXFORD, JOHNSTOWN CASTLE
Date: ?
Nature: Decorative plasterwork.
Refs: Thomas Lacey, Sights and Scenes in our Fatherland (London, 1863), 422-3 (information from Rolf Loeber, Feb 2012).