Town surveyor of Omagh, Co. Tyrone. Thomas T. Hamilton, who had an engineering degree, was appointed to the Omagh surveyorship in 1910 and remained in it until 1942 or later. In 1920 the council proposed that he should be given charge of the town's new housing scheme, but, because of a requirement by the Local Government Board that such schemes should be placed in the hands of fully qualified architects who were members of the RIAI or RIBA, JAMES PATRICK MCGRATH was appointed architect to the scheme instead.
IB 52, 19 Mar 1910, 167.
He is still appears in the post in Thom's Official Directory for 1942, but by 1949 he had been succeeded by Vincent Murnaghan.
IB 62, 14 Aug 1920, 533,536.
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||CO. TYRONE, OMAGH, FAIRVIEW, HOUSES (009)
||9 houses for Omagh UDC. Tender of £3,078 from J.J. Hall, Kelvin Rd, Omagh, for erecting same accepted, Jul 1931.
Architect & Building News 127, 17 Jul 1931, 87; Irish Times, 23 Jul 1931.