1879 – Patrician Monastery, Mallow, Co. Cork

Originally constructed 1879 with a later extension to the rear added at cost of £1,000 in 1922. The tower and spire was removed in the 1960s.

1866 – Chapel, Convent of Mercy, Clonakilty, Co. Cork

Architect: Pugin & Ashlin

The chapel was designed in a Romanesque style to blend in with the existing convent buildings –

1894 – Grand Hotel, Greystones, Co. Wicklow

Architect: William M. Mitchell

An eclectic Victorian seaside hotel designed to take advantage of the railways. Later known as the La Touche Hotel.

1863 – The Royal Fitzwilliam Hotel, Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow

Rathdrum railway hotel was built by the Dublin & South Eastern Railway as The Royal Fitzwilliam Hotel and opened on 26 October 1863.

1835 – Castle Irvine, Irvinestown, Co. Fermanagh

Architect: John B. Keane

Originally a four storey, 16th century castle, a large two storey addition was added between 1830-35 by architect John B.

1740 – Knockballymore House, Newtownbutler, Co. Fermanagh

An unusual smaller country house that was probably constructed around 1740. The main front has a blank attic storey leaving the small pediment stranded above an expanse of un-decorated wall between a string course and cornice.

1858 – First Presbyterian Church, Portadown, Co. Armagh

Architect: William J. Barre

The present building replaced an earlier building of 1822 and opened in August 1858. Extended and altered several times a gallery was added in 1875 and the transepts,

1913 – Harding Memorial Primary School, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Architect: William J. Fennell

Constructed for select vestry of Willowfield parish, Willowfield National School No 2 was opened officially on 5 April 1913.

1877 – St. Clare’s Convent, Keady, Co. Armagh

Architect: William Hague

Small convent similar to many across small towns in Ireland from the 19th century. Later chapel from W.H.

1810 – Market House, Moira, Co. Down

Moira Market House was built about 1810 for Sir R Bateson. It is a two-storey three-bay structure with the central bay breaking forward on each side.