Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architects of London and Derry City, who designed new premises for John Gallagher in The Diamond, Derry, in 1869-70.(1) Probably JOSEPH LUCAS GODWIN JOSEPH LUCAS GODWIN , with EDWARD WILLIAM GODWIN  EDWARD WILLIAM GODWIN in a nominal capacity only.



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(1) IB 11, 15 Nov 1869, 263; 12, 15 Apr 1870, 98.
(2) J.L. Godwin had a son, Willy, who was a clerk in E.W. Godwin's office and eventually emigrated to Canada; Fred, another nephew of E.W. Godwin (was he also a son of J.L Godwin?), performed the same role; see Susan Weber Soros, ed., E.W. Godwin, Aesthetic Movement Architect and Designer (Yale University Press, 1999), 24,39,177n65,


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Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, DIAMOND (& SHIPQUAY STREET), PREMISES
Date: 1869-70
Nature: Premises known as 'The Golden Fleece' to be entirely rebuilt for John Gallagher, clothier & outfitter. Builder: G. & R. Ferguson, Derry.
Refs: IB 11, 15 Nov 1869, 263; 12, 15 Apr 1870, 98