Overseer of public works for Cork Corporation/Cork City, c.1730s - ?1756/1757. Possibly a relation of James Huleatt, Mayor of Cork in 1731. Died or out of office by 1757. Succeeded in office by Hugh Taylor, Feb. 1757.
Archival History ↴
Donated to Archives in 1991 by P. Humphries
Immediate Source Acquisition ↴
Content & Structure
Scope & Content: Huleatt, Jehosephat ↴
MSS. ‘Copy of the Survey of the Town Walls’, by Jehosaphat Huleatt, Overseer of public works. ‘An exact return as possible I could make of the Town Walls of the Citty of Cork August 7th 1733’. Contemporary copy giving written details of properties encroaching on the Cork City wall, such as; North Gate, 76 feet 6 inches; James Dennis and father to the front of their yard, 229 feet; ‘Alderman Cramer the whole built upon on the river side
with a slip and gate the wall standing’, 90 feet; ‘Widow Riggs a large door with a window through the wall’, 44 feet; Peters Church steeple on the wall, 20 feet 9 inches. In total about 100 properties and property owners listed. (Note: textual information only, there is no map or drawing attached).
Appraisal Destruction ↴
1 item – no arrangement applicable
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