Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Carpenter, of 42 Clarendon Street, Dublin, who appears in Wilson's Dublin Directory for the years 1814-1817.  According to his fellow tradesmen, writing in 1834, James Kirkwood of Clarendon Street set up in business after 1800. Having at one stage employed seven men, his business failed, and by 1834 had become a 'preventive officer'.(1)


(1) Royal Irish Academy, Haliday MS 4B 31;  this manuscript is a copy of a report presented to Daniel O'Connell in 1834 to support the argument for repealing the Act of Union by describing the catastrophic impact the Act had had on the tradesmen of Dublin.