Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Land surveyor and civil engineer, of Dublin, active in the first quarter of the nineteenth century. Michael Logan, a son of THOMAS LOGAN THOMAS LOGAN , made a town plan of Galway in 1818.(1) The Michael Logan, 'land surveyor and civil engineer', who was working from Ranelagh in the 1840s and 1850s may have been his son.

Addresses: 6 North King Street, 1810-1811; 6 North King Street and 41 Upper Dominick Street, 1812; 86 Capel Street, 1817-19; 19 Beresford Street, 1820-26.


(1) Sarah Bendall, ed., Dictionary of Land Surveyors and Local Map-Makers of Great Britain and Ireland 1530-1850 (2nd edition, 1997), II, 321-2; J.H. Andrews, Plantation Acres Ulster Historical Foundation, 1985), 345.