1893 – Villas, Windsor Park Avenue, Belfast
Constructed for James Hetherington, Esq., as a development of semi-detached and detached villas. “This commodious villa is also faced with the best perforated bricks,
1895 – Auxiliary Hospital, Rotunda Hospital, Parnell Square, Dublin
Constructed as the Auxiliary hospital, later the Thomas Plunket Cairnes wing. The architect Albert E.
1894 – Church, Fennor, Co. Waterford
Constructed out of the ruins of an earlier church. The first church was built in the early 19th Century,
1865 – Railway Station, Shillelagh, Co. Wicklow
Shillelagh railway station opened on 22 May 1865 at the end of a branchline from Woodenbridge via Aughrim and Tinahely. Constructed by the Dublin,
1794 – Wooden Bridge, Waterford
Constructed by Emanuel Coxe, of Boston, from American oak. Begun in April, 1793, and was opened in May,
1890 – Unbuilt Design for St. John’s Church, Malone, Belfast
Unbuilt design by William Batt. Instead in 1894, a church was constructed to designs of Henry Seaver who was the rector’s brother.
1889 – Design for Holy Trinity Church, Cork
“Out of twelve sets submitted, that bearing the motto, “Coronam de lapide pretioso,” by Mr.
1986 – General Accident Building, Donegall Square South, Belfast
Large office building constructed for General Accident Assurance in the mid early 1980s. The facade has four tall red columns interspaced with flat panels of Portland stone.
1962 – Nos. 1-7 Fountain Street, Belfast
Constructed for Norwich Union in the early 1960s. A six storey retail and office building extending to c.37,000 sq ft. Along Castle Street,
1889 – Fountain Street Hall, Belfast
Now demolished. Described in The Irish Builder, January 15 1890: “With this issue we give front elevation,