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Architect, of Cork, said to have supervised the erection of the Capuchin Church of the Holy Trinity, Cork, after the death of GEORGE RICHARD PAIN in 1838.(1) This may indicate that he was an assistant of Pain's and perhaps also that he was the father or other close connection of DOMINICK J. COAKLEY who was later entrusted with the design of the tower and spire of the church.
(1) B. Goslin, 'History and descriptive catalogue of the Murray Collection', MA thesis submitted to NUI, Jan 1990, 113.
1 work entries listed in chronological order for COAKLEY, THOMAS
|Building:||CO. CORK, CORK, FATHER MATHEW QUAY, CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY (RC, CAPUCHIN)|
|Nature:||TC said to have supervised erection of church after death of G.R. Pain in 1838.|
|Refs:||B. Goslin, 'History and descriptive catalogue of the Murray Collection', MA thesis submitted to NUI, Jan 1990, pp.|