10th C. – Round Tower, Kilmacduagh, Co. Galway
An unusual round tower with several unique features – the doorway is extremely high off the ground; there is a number of windows around the top;
12th C. – Round Tower, Kildare, Co. Kildare
The 32-m (round tower in Kildare is the second tallest in Ireland. The tower was most likely rebuilt in the 12th century onto the granite block foundation of the original structure dating from the sixth or seventh century.
1878 – St. James’s Church, Donagheady, Co. Derry
In the late 19th century urgent repairs to the existing St. Michael’s Church which was constructed in 1790.
1826 – Bank of Ireland, Trevor Hill, Newry, Co. Down
Sometimes ascribed to Francis Johnston. Built as a bank in 1826, it was the first branch of the Bank of Ireland to be established in Ulster.
1935 – Capitol Cinema, Antrim Rd., Belfast
Suburban Art Deco cinema with cafe on the first floor. The cinema was closed in early 1975 due to a downtown in cinema goers.
1900 – Arnott & Co., Bridge St., Belfast
Department store constructed between 1897-1900, on the corner of Bridge and High Street. The store was originally designed by Thomas Jackson and built 1857 – 1858,
1877 – Design for St. Patrick’s Church, Dungiven, Co. Derry
A design for a new church, replacing that of 1819. A church was not built until 1883-4,
1862 – Library, Holywood, Co. Down
Now converted into the town library, this fine building was constructed as the Sullivan National School in 1862. The clocktower and a large hall were added around 1877 in the same polychomatic brick.
1876 – Parochial National Schools, Holywood, Co. Down
After tenders to construct the building were examined, it was decided that the budget did not exist to construct this design and it was dropped.
1180 – Jerpoint Abbey, Co. Kilkenny
Jerpoint Abbey is a ruined Cistercian abbey, constructed by around 1180, by Donogh O’Donoghoe Mac Gilla Patraic, the King of Osraige.