Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Selected: CO. CORK, CASTLE FREKE

Name: MORRISON, RICHARD (SIR)
Building: CO. CORK, CASTLE FREKE
Date: 1807p
Nature: Unexecuted classical scheme for adding wings to existing 10-bay house and extending stables to form stable court. For Baron Carbery.
Refs: Drawings in NLI, AD 3300,3301

Name: MORRISON, RICHARD (SIR)
Building: CO. CORK, CASTLE FREKE
Date: 1807p
Nature: Castellation, alts. & adds. for John Evans-Freke, 6th Baron Carbery. Still incomplete in 1836.
Refs: 'Fleming, W.I.T gives date as c.1812' (IAA, Edward McParland files, Acc.2008/44); J.P. Neale, Views of Seats III (1820), no. 66; A.M. Rowan, ed., The Architecture of Richard Morrison and William Vitruvius Morrison (IAA, 1989), 58-59(illus.)

Name: PAIN, JAMES
Building: CO. CORK, CASTLE FREKE
Date: 1830
Nature: Proposed entrance front, hall, kitchen, business room, dressing room, bedrooms. With G.R. Pain, for John Evans-Freke, 6th Baron Carbery.
Refs: Drawings, one signed and dated 26 Feb 1830, in Carbery Estate papers in collection of Thomas Pakenham, Tullynally Castle (photographed by IAA; see list in IAA, nos. P48-50)

Name: KAYE-PARRY & ROSS
Building: CO. CORK, CASTLE FREKE
Date: 1900
Nature: Design for library exh. RHA.
Refs: RHA 1900, no. 289.

Name: KAYE-PARRY & ROSS
Building: CO. CORK, CASTLE FREKE
Date: 1910-12
Nature: Restoration ((£13,220) after destruction of house by fire. With James F. McMullen, 30 South Mall, Cork, who prepared the plans. Builder: H. & J. Martin, Dublin.
Refs: Henry Hill and Kaye-Parry & Ross drawings in coll. Myrtle Allen, Ballymaloe; IAA, PKS 0004, B21/68, A08 (Sep 1910), A09(Aug 1912); IB 53, 16 Sep 1911, 629; Building News 101, 29 Sep 1911, 433; Who's Who in Architecture, 1923, 146.

Name: MCMULLEN, JAMES FINBARRE [1]
Building: CO. CORK, CASTLE FREKE
Date: 1910-12
Nature: Restoration ((£13,220) after destruction of house by fire. With Kaye-Parry & Ross. Builder: H. & J. Martin, Dublin.
Refs: Henry Hill and Kaye-Parry & Ross drawings in coll. Myrtle Allen, Ballymaloe; IAA, PKS A08 (Sep 1910), A09 (Aug 1912); IB 53, 16 Sep 1911, 629; Building News 101, 29 Sep 1911, 433; Who's Who in Architecture, 1923, 146.