REILLY, JOHN LUSHINGTON
- Born: 1775 Died: 1840
Amateur? John Lushington Reilly, eldest son of John Reilly, MP, of Scarvagh House, Co. Down, and his wife Jane Lushington, was High Sheriff of Co. Down in 1810.(1) He later let Scarvagh House and moved to West House, Galway, where he held a position in connection with the port.(2) In 1822 he drew a proposal for a gallery in the church of St Nicholas, Galway.(3)
(1) Landed Gentry of Ireland (1904), 505.
(2) Letter from Reilly's great-grandson H.M.R. Drury to Rolf Loeber, 6 Aug 1972 (IAA, Edward McParland files, Acc. 2008/44).
(3) Drawing by ILR [John Lushington Reilly], 24 Oct 1822, in IAA, Acc. 77/42 (formerly in possession of H.M.R. Drury)
(3) See note 1, above.
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|Building:||CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, MARKET STREET, CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS (CI)|
|Nature:||Proposed gallery and alterations.
|Refs:||Drawing by ILR[John Lushington Reilly], 24 Oct 1822, in IAA, 77/42. (formerly in possession of Reilly's descendant H.M.R. Drury)|