DOOLEY, PHILIP *
- Born: - Died: -
Bricklayer and builder, of Dublin. active from 1817 or earlier until 1839 or later. Philip Dooley, son of PHILIP DOOLEY  was a student at the Dublin Society's School of Drawing in Architecture, winning one of two second-class prizes on 3 April 1794 and one of two first-class prizes on 7 May 1795.(1) Following his father's death circa 1816, he took over the family business but gave it up because of lack of trade.(2)
Addresses:(1) (as bricklayer) 74 Townsend Street, 1818; Shaw Street. 1823-1824; Lombard Street, 1825-1831; (as builder) 3 Sherrard Street, 1832-1834 ; 3 Upper Sherrard Street, 1835-37; 1 St Mary's Place, Dorset Street, 1839.
See WORKS; see also PHILIP DOOLEY.
(1) MS. transcript from RDS minutes of School of Drawing in Architecture admissions and prizewinners (in IAA).
(2) Royal Irish Academy, Haliday MS 4B 31; this manuscript is a copy of a report presented to Daniel O'Connell in 1834 to support the argument for repealing the Act of Union by describing the catastrophic impact the Act had had on the tradesmen of Dublin.
(3) From Wilson's Dublin Directory and Post Office Dublin Directory.
1 work entries listed in chronological order for DOOLEY, PHILIP *
|Building:||CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, HARDWICKE PLACE, ST GEORGE'S CHURCH (CI)|
|Nature:||PD paid over £700, 1809-11 for vaulting under the church and other work|
|Refs:||Papers relating to St George's Church, Dublin…Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be Printed, 29 April 1825, 10,19 (copy in IAA, RP.D.130.10)|