DICKIE, WILLIAM #
- Born: 1827c Died: -
Clerk of works, of Wentworth Woodhouse, Yorkshire, employed on the estates of of William, sixth Earl Fitzwilliam. Dickie, who was born in Scotland circa 1827 worked for Earl Fitzwilliam from 1871 or earlier until 1891 or later. According to the census returns of 1871, 1881 and 1891, he was married twice: his first wife Catherine Russell, was a daughter of a Scottish farm worker ; by his much younger second wife, Matilda, he had three children. Dickie designed a new entrance, south range, servants' wing, stables and carriage houses for the sixth earll at Coollattin, Co. Wicklow, in 1875, and also designed double doors for the library in 1884.(1)
(1) See introduction by Knight of Glin to catalogue of Christie's (cancelled) sale at Coollattin, 24-26 July 1980, p.11.
1 work entries listed in chronological order for DICKIE, WILLIAM #
|Building:||CO. WICKLOW, COOLLATTIN HOUSE|
|Nature:||New entrance, South range, servants' wing, stables & carriage houses, 1875; new double doors in library, 1884.|
|Refs:||Knight of Glin in catalogue of Christie's (cancelled) sale at Coollattin, 24-26 July 1980, p.11.|