Keane, Joseph B. (DNB00)
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Keane, Joseph B.
KEANE, JOSEPH B. (d. 1859), architect, received his education as architect in the office of works at Dublin, and was fellow of the Royal Institute of Architects in Ireland. In 1832 he designed the Roman catholic church of St. Francis Xavier, Dublin, and in 1858 that of St. Lorcan Ua Tuathal, which he did not live to complete. Between 1846 and 1850 the Queen's College, Galway, was built from his designs. Keane died on 7 Oct. 1859.[Dict. of Architecture; Redgrave's Dict. of Artists.]