Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of Drumcondra, Dublin, active in the 1840s. In 1844 John Tassie exhibited three elevations for 'a Tudor Villa of the the time of Henry VIII' at the Royal Hibernian Academy.(1)   When he exhibited his designs he was living at Elm Lodge, Drumcondra, which was the address of WILLIAM TASSIE.& WILLIAM TASSIE.& #160; By 1853 only a Mrs Tassie was living in the house.

A John and Hugh Tassie, of Bridge Street, Dublin, were in business as building contractors circa 1820 when they bid unsuccessfully for the contract to building the Gothic bridge at Poulaphouca, Co. Wicklow.(2)

Address: Elm Lodge, Burnet Place, Drumcondra, <=1844->=1848.(3)


(1) Nos. 447, 453, 456 (RHA Index, III, 200).
(2) See NA CSO/RP/1822/2003.
(3) Transcript from Thom's(?) directory for 1848 (B of I).