1869 – St. Barnabas’ Church, Upper Sheriff St., Dublin
Designed in a Perpendicular Gothic style, as part of a bequest as a Mariner’s Church costing 4,000 pounds. Demolished in 1969.
“We give with our present number an illustration of the new Church and School-house of St. Barnabas, North Lotts. The schoolhouse has been for some months completed and in use ; the church will not be finished until next month. The material used is limestone, with dressings of Bath stone. The designs were by Mr. A. G. Jones, of Molesworth-street ; the contractors, Messrs. Gahan and Son. The entire cost will be about 5,000.” The Irish Builder, April 15 1869.