JONES, GEORGE FOWLER #
- Born: 1817ca Died: 1905
Architect, of York, England, for whom see Directory of British Architects 1834-1914 (RIBA 2001), I, 1036. In Ireland Jones designed Castle Oliver (alias Glenorthy Castle and Cloghanodfoy or Clonodfoy), Co. Limerick, for the Misses Elizabeth and Mary Isabella Gascoigne of Parlington, Yorkshire, in 1845.(1) He is presumably the 'John Fowler Jones' who entered the Clare County Court House competition in the same year.(2) JAMES RAWSON CARROLL was one of his pupils.
See WORKS, for Irish work only.
(1) Drawings, signed and dated 24 June 1845 in NLI, MS 4824.
(2) Clare Journal, 27 Oct 1845.
2 work entries listed in chronological order for JONES, GEORGE FOWLER #
|Building:||CO. CLARE, ENNIS, GORT ROAD, COUNTY COURT HOUSE|
|Nature:||'John Fowler Jones' a competition entrant, but competition won by Henry Whitestone.|
|Refs:||Clare Journal, 27 Oct 1845; William Garner, Ennis: Architectural Heritage (An Foras Forbatha, 1981), 16,18,19(illus.)|
|Building:||CO. LIMERICK, CASTLE OLIVER (ALIAS CLOGHANODFOY, CLONODFOY, & GLENORTHY CASTLE)|
|Nature:||For the Misses Elizabeth and Mary Isabella Oliver-Gascoigne, of Parlington, Yorks. Tenders invited 'for the executing the skeleton) July, August 1845. Contractor for stonework: Thomas Carroll, Dublin.|
|Refs:||Drawings, s. & d. 24 Jun 1845, in NLI, MS 4824; RHA 1848, nos. 172,180; RA 1849, no. 1099; B 3, 26 Jul 1845, 360; 8, 23 Nov 1850, 448,558-559(illus.); M. Girouard, The Victorian Country House (1979), 426; D. Scott Richardson, Gothic Revival Architecture in Ireland (Oustanding Dissertations in the Fine Arts, 1983), II, 685-688,pls.504-506 .|