Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys,
"Sandymount Park" has been used to refer to two buildings:
The main (Gandon) building
(Strand Road entrance)
The other building
(Newgrove Ave entrance)
|SANDYMOUNT in [Lewis, 1837]||
(residence of Capt. W. Dillon)
|Alphabetic list in [Dublin Almanac, 1838]||
|Algernon Preston, Sandymount Park|
|[Case, 1843]||Makes it clear that the house of William Ashford is Sandymount Park, now held by Capt. Dillon. See extract.|
|SANDYMOUNT in [Pettigrew & Oulton, 1845]||
Sandymount Park, Strand.
Three people listed there:
Captain William Dillon, Michael Dillon, Francis Dillon.
|Algernon Preston, Sandymount Park, Newgrove Ave.||There are two Sandymount Park's, on different roads, with two separate families, and two separate entrances (one on each road).|
|[Gandon and Mulvany, 1846]||Says the Gandon house is Sandymount Park. See extract part 1 and part 2.|
|Alphabetic list in [Slater's directory, 1846]||Algernon Preston, Sandymount Park|
|Sandymount townland in Donnybrook parish in [Griffiths Valuation, 1847]||Michael Dillon at building no.113 on the Strand. Leasing from Dr. William Ashford.||Algernon Preston at building no.182 on Newgrove Ave. Leasing from Dr. William Ashford.|
|Sandymount townland in Donnybrook parish in [Griffiths Valuation, 1848]||Michael Dillon at building no.113 on the Strand.||Algernon Preston at building no.182 on Newgrove Ave.|
|Sandymount townland in Donnybrook parish in [Griffiths Valuation, 1849]||Michael Dillon at building no.113 on the Strand. Leasing from Dr. William Ashford.||Algernon Preston at building no.182 on Newgrove Ave. Leasing from Dr. William Ashford.|
|Griffiths Valuation Township map||Sandymount Park House||Sandymount Park|
Francis Dillon, Captain William Dillon and Michael Dillon.
|Gives Sandymount Park its own separate entry, as if it were an estate of three buildings.|
No house name given.
On the Strand:
Francis Dillon, Major William Dillon and Michael Dillon.
Alphabetic list of people also lists just "Strand" for all three.
|John Robinson, Sandymount Park, no street given.|
|Griffiths Valuation period map from askaboutireland.ie||Park House||Sandymount Park|
|Cavan Observer, October 10, 1857||Refers to Michael James Dillon, late of Sandymount Park, Co.Dublin, and previously of Park House, Sandymount, Co.Dublin.|
Park, Sandymount strand.
Major William Dillon.
|[Thom's, 1865]||Park House, Sandymount strand (vacant).||Joseph Martin, Sandymount Park, Newgrove Ave.|
|[Thom's, 1868]||John Walsh, Park House.||
Joseph Martin, Sandymount Park.
"26" Newgrove Ave.
|[Thom's, 1877]||James A. King, "Roslin park".||
Joseph Martin, Sandymount Park.
28 Newgrove Ave.
|Report of 48th meeting of British Association for the Advancement of Science, pub 1879 (meeting held in Dublin, 1878).||
List of members for 1878 includes:
James H. Owen, Park House, Sandymount (joined 1857).
|Address might be slightly out of date.|
|[Thom's, 1884]||Entry on Sandymount Strand for "Caldwell, James, Roslin park".||Entry for 28 Newgrove Ave as "Martin, Joseph, Sandymount park".|
|1887 to 1913 map||"Rosslyn Park"||Sandymount Park|
Entry on Sandymount Strand for
"Dunn, Joseph, Roslyn park".
Alphabetic index has him at "Roslyn Park, Beach road, Sandymount".
|Entry for 28 Newgrove Ave as "Pugh, Miss, Sandymount park".|
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