Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Surveyor, of Dublin. Charles Owens Carroll was a son of Thomas Carroll, writing and English master, of Leinster Street and Waterloo Road, Dublin, and a brother of THOMAS HENRY CARROLL THOMAS HENRY CARROLL , HOWARD CARROLL  HOWARD CARROLL and JAMES RAWSON CARROLL. JAMES RAWSON CARROLL. (1) He became a pupil of EDWARD P. GRIBBON EDWARD P. GRIBBON , set up his own practice in about 1857, but died after a short illness in the summer of 1859, having 'from his ability made much progress, and from his uniform amiable and courteous demeanour acquired a large circle of friends'.(2) He shared premises with James Rawson Carroll at 56 Mount Street in 1858 and at 180 Great Brunswick Street in 1858 and 1859.(3)


(1) Information from Margaret Osborn, Longboat Key, Florida, great-great-great-grandddaughter of Thomas Henry Carroll, Feb 2012.
(2) DB 1, 1 Jul 1859, 89.
(3) Information from Thom's directories.