CROSBIE, JAMES *
- Born: - Died: -
Builder, of Dublin, listed as such in Wilson's Dublin Directory with an address at 22 South King St, 1820-22, and at 16 Parliament Street, 1823-26. He may be the 'Mr J. Crosbie' who was a subscriber to Thomas Bell's An Essay on the origin and progress of Gothic Architecture in Ireland (1829).
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|Building:||CO. DUBLIN, SANTRY, GLEBE HOUSE|
|Nature:||Proposed new glebe house to be built to designs of 'Mr Crosby'(perhaps James Crosbie) for Rev. Dr Thomas Smyth.
Letter from Thomas Smyth to Charles Agar, Archbishop of Dublin, re same, 2 May 1809, in PRONI, T3719/C/43/85 (see PRONI e-catalogue, last visited Nov 2011).