Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of Armagh, who designed the fever hospital at Bailieborough, Co. Cavan, begun in 1847, as reported in the Anglo Celt of 2 April of that year:.  'The first stone of the new Fever Hospital for the town of Bailieboro' was laid on Monday last. We have seen the plans which reflect great credit on the architect, Mr. JOHNSTONE JOHNSTONE , of Armagh.'  Mulligan suggests that he may be identified as J.J. JOHNSTONE JOHNSTONE , who designed new wards for the County Infirmary at Armagh in 1843.(1)  See also JAMES F. JOHNSTONE  JAMES F. JOHNSTONE and J.F. JOHNSTON. JOHNSTON.


(1) Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 125,149.

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Date: 1847
Nature: New. First stone laid 29 Mar 1847; 'the plans…reflect great credit on the architect, Mr. JOHNSTONE, of Armagh'.
Refs: Anglo Celt, 2 Apr 1847