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District surveyor for the Irish Prisons Board in the 1860s. On 18 August 1869, he signed a plan, section and elevation of an iron prison on Spike Island, Cobh, now in the drawings collection of the Office of Public Works in the National Archives, but it is not clear that he actually designed it. He was the father of PATRICK JOSEPH LYNCH.
1 work entries listed in chronological order for LYNCH, PATRICK
|Building:||CO. CORK, SPIKE ISLAND, PRISON|
|Nature:||2-storey, T-plan building with corrugated iron walls and iron superstructure. (Not clear whether designed by PL or not.) £1251.16.11 spent in 1869 on new works an alterations to prison.|
|Refs:||Plan, section and elevation, signed by PL, 18 Aug 1869; 38th Annual Report of Commissioners of Public Works (Ireland) (1869), 23|