John Ferrall, Engraver

(fl. 1799-1839)


From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

Worked as an engraver in Dublin for many years. Plates by him are in the "Agricultural Magazine" and elsewhere; but he appears to have worked chiefly as a trade and commercial engraver. He was at Essex Quay in 1799, in which year he married Mary Flood of Camden Street, and his name appears at various addresses—Smock Alley, Temple Lane and Ship Street down to 1839.

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