- Born: - Died: -
Architect and engineer, of Limerick, active in the 1850s. Nagle, who won third prize in the competition for designing Limerick market house in 1852,(1) designed a church at Ballylongford, Co. Kerry,(2) in or shortly before 1858. In 1859 he appeared at the Limerick Assizes, seeking to recover £31 from a local farmer named Dalzell, for whom he had done some work.(3) An Edward B. Neagle, architect and civil engineer, of 2 Upper Cecil Street, Limerick, is listed in Slater's Limerick Directory for 1856.(4) EDWARD P. NAGLE (q.v.) is probably the same person.
(1) B 10, 9 Oct 1852, 645.
(2) B 16, 7 Aug 1856, 539.
(3) DB 1, 1 Aug 1859, 100.
(4) Information extracted from Limerick City directories by Michael Maguire, Limerick City Library.
2 work entries listed in chronological order for NAGLE, -
|Building:||CO. LIMERICK, LIMERICK, MULGRAVE STREET, CORN EXCHANGE|
|Nature:||Placed 3rd in competition (£15 prize)|
|Refs:||B 10, 9 Oct 1852, 645|
|Building:||CO. KERRY, BALLYLONGFORD, CHURCH (RC?)|
|Nature:||New church designed by 'Mr Nagle, CE, Limerick' recently struck by lightning and roof damaged.|
|Refs:||B 16, 7 Aug 1858, 539|