Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Building contractor, of Dublin, active from the late 1840s until the 1880s. Michael Meade built up his business into a large and successful concern and established sawing, planing and moulding mills in substantial premises on Great Brunswick Street. By 1871(1) he had taken his son JOSEPH MICHAEL MEADE  JOSEPH MICHAEL MEADE into partnership. He was a JP for Dublin from 1874 or earlier.

Addresses: 178 Townsend Street, 1847; 17 Westland Row, 1853-1858; 152-159 Great Brunswick Street, 1863; 153-159 Great Brunswick Street, <=1874->=1883..
Home: St Michael, Ailesbury Road, <=1874->=1883.


All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from Pettigrew & Oulton's (1847), Thom's (1863,1883) and Post Office (1874,1875,1896,1900) directories.

(1) The firm is referred to as 'Meade & Son' in IB 13, 1 Aug 1871, 203.