1755 – Belvoir Park, Newtownbreda, Co. Down

Architect: Christopher Myers / William J. Barre

A Georgian house for Arthur Hill, later Viscount Dungannon, which was added to the North end of an earlier house.

1770 – Ardfry House, Oranmore, Co. Galway

Ardfry was designed as a two-storey house with nine bays but was later renovated in 1826 to include gothic features and became adjoined to an earlier medieval castle on the lands.

1856 – Christ Church of Ireland, Innishannon, Co. Cork

Architect: Joseph Welland

Christ Church was designed by Joseph Welland, architect to the Board of First Fruits and subsequently to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners,

1867 – Lissara Presbyterian Church, Crossgar, Co. Down

Architect: William Barre

The Foundation Stone of the Church was laid on 26 August 1865 by James Sherman Crawford,

1799 – Gate Lodge, Northland House, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone

Architect: Robert Woodgate

The gate lodge of Northland House is all that survives today of the ancestral home of the Earls of Ranfurly in Dungannon.

1867 – Mount Caulfield, Bessbrook, Co. Armagh

Architect: Thomas Jackson & Son

John Grubb Richardson had been responsible for building the nearby village of Bessbrook. He acquired Mount Caulfield,

1927 – War Memorial, Omagh , Co. Tyrone

Architect: Richard Orpen

An obelisk of hammered granite with dressed angles standing on a base reached by three steps.

1922 – War Memorial, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone

Architect: Frederick W. Pomeroy

This memorial commemorates the residents of Dungannon who were killed or missing in World War I (202 servicemen) and World War II (44 servicemen).

1904 – Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Monument, Omagh, Co. Tyrone

Sculptor:Sydney March

English sculptor Sydney March created the sculpted figures of Death, War, and Victory on the memorial in Omagh to the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers who died during the Boer War.

1889 – The Stables, Baronscourt, Newtownstewart, Co. Tyrone

Architect: Joseph Bell

Fine Baronial stables with stepped dormers and small corner turrets on a central archway for James Hamilton,