Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Carpenter, of Dublin, active in the opening years of the nineteenth century, when he was employed by his brother-in-law TIMOTHY MCEVOY. A TIMOTHY MCEVOY. A fter Timothy McEvoy died in 1808, Stubbs continued to work for his son JAMES MCEVOY. B JAMES MCEVOY. B y 1812 he had been dismissed. He claimed that it was because Mrs McEvoy did not approve of his marriage to a Protestant, while the McEvoys maintained that it was because he was taking on outside work while he was employed by them.(1)


(1) TCD muniments, MUN/P/2/201.