George Ashlin

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George Coppinger Ashlin
Born 28 May 1837
County Cork
Died 10 December 1921
Nationality Irish
Occupation Architect
Known for building many churches and cathedrals, especially Roman Catholic

George Coppinger Ashlin (28 May 1837 – 10 December 1921) was an Irish architect, particularly noted for his work on churches and cathedrals. He had an early association with leading architect E.W. Pugin.

Work[edit]

Catholic Cathedrals[edit]

Catholic churches[edit]

Attributed[edit]

  • Mausoleum, Monivea
  • Bishop’s Palace, Killarney
  • Costello Chapel
  • Rathangan

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