JACKMAN, SAMUEL 
- Born: - Died: -
Architect, of the Diamond, Derry, listed as such in Directory of Belfast and the Province of Ulster (1852), 580. He is presumably the Samuel Jackson who designed Gwyn's Charitable Institution in Derry, which was opened in 1840.(1) See also SAMUEL JACKMAN.
(1) Derry Sentinel, 14 Sep 1839; Robert Simpson, The Annals of Derry (1847), 251
1 work entries listed in chronological order for JACKMAN, SAMUEL 
|Building:||CO. DERRY, DERRY, BROOK PARK, GWYN'S INSTITUTE|
|Nature:||New school consisting of central building with two large wings extending to rear. Portico supported by 2 substantial columns (Ionic tetrastyle portico was originally intended.) Architect: SJ. Contractor: John Lynn. FS of institute laid 11 Sep 1839. School opened 1840. Also gate lodge. (Institute burnt out, 1973.)|
|Refs:||Derry Sentinel, 14 Sep 1839 (information in letter from A.McGurk, City Engineer, Derry City Council, 25 Feb 1999); Robert Simpson, Annals of Derry (1847), 250-251|