John Fogerty (engineer)
|Nationality||British / Irish (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland)|
|Occupation||Civil Engineer, Architect, Millwright, Builder|
|Known for||Architect of the Limerick Athenaeum|
John Fogerty was an Irish millwright, architect, builder, civil engineer, active in early to mid-nineteenth-century Limerick.He was the brother of Joseph Fogerty Sr. and the father of engineer and novelist Joseph Fogerty of London, architect William Fogerty of Dublin, and grandfather of architect John Frederick Fogerty. He retired as an architect sometime between 1870 and 1879.
- Limerick Athenaeum
- 1849-1850 (Proposed) New Limerick Custom House for Commissioners of Customs, on site of Mountkennett Mills (the Old Custom House is now the Hunt Museum).
- He is the likely builder of St. John's Square, Limerick.
- Irish Architectural Archive, Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720-1940.FOGERTY, John(Accessed 12 Oct 2010)